Plastic fibre optics

key facts

brand:

core material:

coating material:

core refractive index:

numerical aperture:

storage temp.:

operation temp.:

Mitsubishi

PMMA resin

fluorinated polymer

1.49

0.5

-55℃ to 70℃

60℃

Model details

ITEM

CORE DIAMETER

coating DIAMETER

APPROX. WEIGHT

TRANSMISSION LOSS

(650nm collimated light,10-1m cutback)

CK-10

CK-20

CK-30

CK-40

CK-48

CK-60

CK-80

CK-100

CK-120

240μm

486μm

738μm

980μm

1180μm

1470μm

1960μm

2450μm

2950μm

250μm

500μm

750μm

1000μm

1200μm

1500μm

2000μm

2500μm

3000μm

0.06g/m

0.3g/m

0.6g/m

1g/m

1.4g/m

2.2g/m

4g/m

6g/m

9g/m

1g/m

≤350dB/km

≤250dB/km

≤200dB/km

≤200dB/km

≤200dB/km

≤200dB/km

≤200dB/km

≤200dB/km

PMMA fibres are softer, lighter, cheaper and more flexible than glass fibres, more and more popularly used in lighting industry.

High-quality Mitsubishi CK-series optical-fibers are amongst the best in the industry. Suitable for excellent indoor, outdoor & underwater lighting. The cladding material is superior to other plastic PMMA fibre. A better coating means a better refractive index, hence more light is transmitted to the end-point. Other suppliers may claim equivalent performance but only the highest quality Japanese-made fibers can achieve the above stated optical transmission performance.

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