AFL-200 ANALOG/DIGITAL OEM FIBER OPTIC LINK
|AFL-200 Analog Fiber Optic Link is an OEM product designed especially for manufacturers who want to isolate analog signals inside or between their systems. The AFL-200 Analog Fiber Optic Link was designed for applications where low size, low power consumption and low cost are important. The unit transfers 1 analog signal and 2 digital signals to one direction. Analog signal may be within +/-10V @ DC-5KHz. bandwidth.The distance between the 2 boards can be from 0 to 1.6 mile (30 miles optional with Single Mode fiber).|
Excellent signal isolation.
Prevents ground loops and computer noise effects on your Analog Signals.
Transfers analog signals to distances of up to 1.6 Km (50Km. Optional).
Linearity: better than +/-0.05%.
Low noise; S/N ratio: 72 dB.
Input signal: Up to ±10 Volt @ DC-5 KHz.
Low Offset Temperature Drift: Better than 50 ppm/deg.C
Very small size: only 46 x 46 mm
Low cost: $320.- per pair (Rx + Tx) (@ minimum 10 pcs.). Samples available at $430.- per pair.
Differential Option with 1-100 gain for low level signals and better noise immunity.
Optical budget with Single Mode transceivers: 30 dB
Low noise transfer of analog or digital data , particularly beneficial in electrically noisy environments and for transmission over long distance.
For medical tests: the patient is isolated from data acquisition system and from any other high voltage source.
Optional instrumentation amplifier input stage provides a differential input, with an adjustable gain of 10-500,
for direct connection of any sensor such as: strain gage, piezo, EEG & ECG, temperature, humidity, pressure, etc.
Isolates delicate test equipment from computer-generated noise and spikes: noises from computer do not
return into your system.
Eliminates the formation of "ground loops" (when two instruments are connected to separate power lines or have a difference between their ground voltage potentials).
Total protection of signal processor's input stage from accidental sensor malfunction (e.g. short to mains
voltage or a lightning shock).
Replaces bulky coaxial cables with compact fiber optic cables - especially important when rewiring existing ducts.
Transfers analog signals to distances of up to 1.6 km - with very high accuracy.
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