Directional Coupler DIN-Female Used to separate or combine optical power of the same wavelength. It works by fusing conical fiber Directional Coupler DIN-Female. For multi-mode optical fibers, the Directional Coupler DIN-Female ratio depends on the length of the directional coupler and the thickness of the cladding. For single-mode fiber: the two fibers disappear and the energy exchange field overlaps.

The same signal is divided into two or more channels using a power divider, and two or more signals are merged into one using a combinator. The POI is a circuit breaker where the Directional Coupler DIN-Female adjusts and distributes the power required by the port. To ensure that when the node arrives, the power is what you want it to be. The device that connects the shaft of the drive and the follower is called a coupling. There are constant speed connectors for connecting the motor shaft to the device shaft, and variable speed connectors. The speed of the motor can be changed by means of a coupling and then transmitted to a device, such as a hydraulic coupling.

Directional Coupler DIN-Female