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What is LGX PLC Splitters?

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What is LGX PLC Splitters?


LGX PLC splitters integrate the splitter with an LGX type module, thus this product can be used stand alone or with fiber optic patch panels. The strong metal body protects the parts and splitters components inside the closure, while there are per-teminated adapters on the LGX box to connect to outside equipment.

1*2 LGX PLC splitter

1*2 LGX PLC splitter

1*4 LGX PLC splitter

1*4 LGX PLC splitter

1*8 LGX PLC splitter

1*8 LGX PLC splitter

1*32 LGX PLC splitter

1*32 LGX PLC splitter


The PLC Splitters is branching devices that is used to distribute optical signals to multiple locations for processing. In optical networks, it is often necessary to split an optical signal into many identical signals, or to combine many signals into a single signal. It provides a low cost power distribution solution with small form factor and high reliability, wide operating wavelength range and good channel-to channel uniformity, and is widely used in PON net.. Angnet provides whole series of 1*N and 2*N splitter products that are tailored for specific applications.

This PLC Splitters are packaged in an international standard size module, installed in a rack mount LGX Chassis. LGX Box PLC Splitters are widely used for FTTH Passive Optical Network as passive optical splitters, including EPON (as EPON Splitter) and GPON (as GPON Splitter) in the central office of FTTH network.

Fiber optic splitters, also referred to as optical splitter, or beam splitter, is an integrated wave guide optical power distribution device that can split an incident light beam into two or more light beams, and vice versa, containing multiple input and output ends. Optical splitter has played an important role in passive optical networks (like EPON, GPON, BPON, FTTX, FTTH, etc.) by allowing a single PON interface to be shared among many subscribers.


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