Fiber Optic Cables
Fiber Optic Cables

Fiber Optic Cables

The unsurpassed performances of the Optoskand high-power fiber optic cables make them the number one choice for most industrial lasers on the market. Thanks to a well-developed technology featuring quartz block, mode stripper and internal water cooling, the fibers can withstand high power levels and offer extremely low transmission losses.

In order to fulfill your needs for fiber optic cables there is a number of different fiber connector solutions available. Depending on which kind of connector interface wanted, power level and laser type used, we will try to find you the best solution!

Looking for multi-mode fiber optic cables that will withstand high-power levels, you might be interested in the QBH, RQB or QD.

Searching for high quality cabling for single-mode optical fibers, look into the QCS and QCR fiber solution.

Features

  • Robust design
  • Extreme power loss capability
  • Low transmission losses (1-2%)
  • Plug and play within 10 µm
  • High-reliability safety interlock

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QBH
RQB
QD
QCR
QCS
Mode stripper
Yes
Quartz block
Yes
Water-cooled
Yes
No*
Yes
No
No
Integrated collimating lens
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Integrated sensors
No
No
Yes
No
No
AR-coatings
1030-1090 nm 780-1100 nm 510-550 nm
1030-1090 nm
1030-1090 nm 1530-1570 nm
Fiber core
SM-1000 µm,round/square
SM-300 µm
SM, LMA
Max. power (CW)
10 kW
1.5/3.0 kW
20 kW
750W
300W
Transmission losses
< 3%, typical 1%
Compatible interface
LLK-Q HLC-8/LC-8
LLK-D LCA LLK-Auto
Ø30 mm
Ø14 mm


*External cooler available **z-plane moved 25 mm
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