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© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 1 X-BEAM Connector Up to 4 channels SM and MM optical connections based on Expanded Beam technology
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 2 The product X-BEAM OLC (Optical Lenses connector) X-BEAM OLB (Optical Lenses Bulkhead)
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 3 Expanded Beam Technology The expanded beam technology uses an optical system consisting of lenses. The X-BEAM physically expands and collimates the transmission signal into an optical beam, which will then be reflected back onto the core of the receiving fiber. –This concept provides an easy alignment and makes the transmission less sensitive to particles of dirt on the lens surface
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 4 Assembly and functioning
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 5 Features of the SM version Better IL values thanks to Diamond Technologies –Thanks to the patented Diamond ferrule technology and the core alignment with the crimping tools, the position of the light bundle is optimized, in order to obtain the best Insertion loss value. Active Core Alignment system Diamond Ferrule front face 8° APC
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 6 Features of the SM version As a first step the ferrules are inserted into the metal holder and the positions of the light bundles are located, measuring eccentricity and angle (e ; Θ ) θ e
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 7 Features of the SM version Thanks to the 2nd crimping tool, the eccentricity parameters, which allow to improve the position of the luminous bundle and therefore decrease attenuation, are optimized In the second step.
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 8 Construction & dimensions Cable connector Panel connector Front view 2 and 4 channels Front view 2 and 4 channels
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 9 Optical and mechanical specifications ValuesUnitsTest conditions Insertion Loss (IL) SM typ 0.9 max 1.6 dB IEC 61300; 1300/1550nm Return Loss (RL) SM min 30 dB IEC 61300; 1300/1550nm Insertion Loss (IL) MM typ 0.7 max 1.3 dB IEC 61300; 1300nm; CPR 18dB Return Loss (RL) MM min 18 dB IEC 61300; 1300nm Vibration, sinusoidal 10 -500Hz 3 dir., 0.75 mm ampl., 10g acc. Free fall 500 falls on concrete; severity 1.2 m Coupling endurance 2500 couplings Operating Temperature -55 / + 85 * °C Storage Temperature -55 / + 85 * °C Damp heat, cyclic + 55 * °C * May be further limited by cable specifications.
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 10 Features & Benefits Rugged construction –Highly reliable optical connection IP 67 rated enclosure, IEC 60529 compliant –Dust and water protection (1m depth, 35 min) High tolerance connector housings –Easily mated, repeatable low loss connections Integrated expanded beam lens system –Protects the fiber end-face, reduces influence of contamination and improves optical performances in harsh environment applications Genderless design –Simplifies mating Keyed self-aligning, connector housing –Helps when “blind mating” applications
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 11 Typical application Tactical applications Navy and avionics optical networks Field-deployable communications Mobile diagnostic units Security systems Industrial machine networks
© DIAMOND SA / X-BEAM / 11-07 / 12 Example of application and references Diamond SA homologated a special version of the X-BEAM OLC/OLB connector with the Swiss army –1-Channel SM connector with mechanical coding (guide post) –The coding operates via a coding-pin and coding-hole with 4 possible codes –The coding system enables a conformant connection system
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