WDM transceivers from ProLabs can operate beyond commercial temperatures
ProLabs’ range of wave division multiplexing (WDM) transceivers perform even in the most demanding environments. The iTemp range of WDM transceivers operate over -40 to +85 degree C, to ensure the performance over temperature throughout the life of the network, says ProLabs.
The range of high performing, industrial temperature transceivers enable greater flexibility from fibre infrastructures, says ProLabs. Due to the wavelength stabilising technology, the iTemp range of transceivers can endure temperatures as low as 40 to +85 degree C. Most commercial temperature rated (0 to +70 degree C) products can resist some fluctuations in temperature at initial deployment. High and low temperature cycles over time can cause instability in WDM circuits, causing the wavelengths to drift off of the centre wavelength, potentially causing network interruptions. Wavelength stabilisation technologies prevent instability and ensure trouble free operations over the life of a network.
Coarse wave division multiplexing (CWDM) and dense wave division multiplexing (DWDM) transmission allow service providers the ability to use existing infrastructure to drive fibre optics deeper into the network, closer to the customer. ProLabs’ iTemp WDM transceivers now offer service providers the ability to deploy WDM services outside the climate controlled locations, closer to the customer.
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