ST Male-Female Attenuator

A fiber optic male to female attenuator is a device used to reduce the power level of an optical signal in a fiber optic communication system. It is typically inserted between two fiber optic connectors, one male and one female, to decrease the signal strength passing through it. This is useful in situations where the signal is too strong and can cause distortion or damage to the receiving equipment. The attenuator works by absorbing or scattering some of the light energy in the signal, reducing its power level. It is a small, passive device that does not require external power and is easy to install.


Product Characteristics

  • Excellent changeability and directivity
  • 100% Insertion Loss tested
  • Accurate attenuation and low polarization related loss
  • Standard sleeve, LC,SC,FC,ST,MU type optional

Product Parameters

Item Parameter
Connector Type LC,SC,FC,ST,MU
Fiber Type SM MM
Color Blue, Green, Metallic Beige, Metallic, Aqua
Testing Wavelength 1310nm, 1550nm 850, 1300nm
Insertion Loss 0~30dB
Return Loss PC≥50dB, APC≥60dB PC≥25dB
Attenuation Tolerance 0~5dB(±0.5dB)
Maximum Input Power 200mW
Housing Material Plastic or metal
Alignment Sleeve Ceramic(ZrO2) or customized
Operating Temperature ﹣20~﹢70°C
Storage Temperature ﹣40~﹢85°C



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