Fiber Optics Training system
(CM - 001)
  • Setting up Fiber Optic Analog Link
  • Setting up Fiber Optic Digital Link
  • Amplitude Modulation
  • Frequency Modulation
  • Pulse Width Modulation
  • Study of Propagation Loss in Optical Fiber
  • Study of Bending Loss in Optical Fiber
  • Numerical Aperture Measurement
  • Characteristics of Fiber Optics Communication Link
  • Setting up of Fiber Optics voice link using Intensity Modulation
  • Setting up Fiber Optics voice link using Frequency Modulation
  • Setting up of Fiber Optic Voice Link using PWM
  • Two cable with light insertion and different angles
  • Different light sources in fiber optics cable
  • Fiber cables different finishes
  • Sending and receiving characters by fiber optics
  • Sending and receiving string by fiber optics
  • Morse Code with fiber optics
  • Kit to PC Communication via Fiber Optic cables
  • PC to Kit Communication via Fiber Optic cables
  • PC to PC Communication via Fiber Optic cables
  • Faults Simulation
  • Fiber Optics Training system (CM - 001)
    • 1x Set of Simplex Cable with PMMA Fiber.
    • 1 X Set of USB Cables
    • 1 X Power Cable
    • 1 X Set of 2mm banana Cables
    • 1 X Microphone
    • 1 X Headphone
  • Hard Copy User manual

The fiber optics kit tend to demonstrate to the trainee different design of the optic fiber systems, and the method of changing the current electrical system to fiber optics.

                                     
  • simplex cable
    • The simplex cable with PMMA fiber finds application for short distance analog and digital signal transmission. The step index fiber has a large area of cross section and a high numerical aperture facilitating easy coupling with transmitting and receiving devices. The light is guided along a fiber of one millimeter approximately to distances of a few tens of meters. The other main applications of PMMA fiber are in sensors light guides and displays.
    • Core Material: PMMA (Poly methyl methacrylate)
    • Cladding Material: Fluorinated Polymer
    • Fiber Structure: Step index type
    • Core/Cladding  Diameters: 940 micron/1000 microns
    • Core Refractive index: 1.492
    • Cladding Refractive index: 1.417
    • Numerical Aperture: 0.47 (typical)
    • Acceptance Angle: 55degree - 60degree
    • Attenuation at 660nm: Typically, 0.22 dB per meter
    • Jacket Material: Polythene (black, 2.2 mm OD)
  • Fiber Optics 660 nm LED
    • Operating at 650nm, it couples 10 to 120 mw of power into a 1000f micron PMMA fiber. The LED is terminated with an optical SMA connector (nickel plated).
    • The LED is suitable for speeds above 1000 KHz.
    • Material: In Ga AIP
    • Wavelength: 650nm
    • Spectral Line Width: 20nm
    • Forward Voltage Vf : 1.5 to 2.6V
    • Reverse Voltage (Vr): 5 Volts
    • Capacitance: 52 pf (approx.)
    • Forward Current: 9mA-80mA(max)
    • Optical Power: -6.2dBm
    • Turn- on-turn-off-time:
      • T-rise (10% - 90%) = 14nS
      • T-fall (90% - 10%) = 16nS
    • Termination: Red sleeve is Anode
    • Electrical Leads: No sleeve; is Cathode
  • Fiber Optics photo Transistor
    • The fiber optics phototransistors used in this trainer has a response of 50 ma/mw of incident light at 650 nm, when coupled to a 1 mm PMMA fiber. The device is terminated with an optical SMA connector nickel plated.
    • The phototransistor is suitable for speeds up to 100 KHz.
    • Peak Response: 850 nm
    • Spectral Range: 400 to 1100 nm
    • Dark Current: 1nA – 10nA (max)
    • Spectral Response: 50ma/mw-660 nm
    • CE Breakdown Voltage: 30 V (min)
    • Vce (sat): 0.2 V (typical)
    • Rise/ Fall Time: 10 ms (typical)
    • Connector: SMA (905)
    • Electrical Leads: Black sleeve is Emitter