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13 May 2014

Firecomms to showcase 530nm long-reach RedLink transmitter and vertical packages

On the MEV booth (hall 9 booth 260) at PCIM (Power Conversion Intelligent Motion) Europe 2014 in Nuremberg, Germany (20–22 May), Firecomms Ltd of Cork, Ireland and Tongxiang, China (which manufactures fiber-optic solutions and optical transceivers for communications networks) will showcase its full line of RedLink, OptoLock and LC products. The firm will highlight its newest products: the 530nm DC-1 Mb RedLink transmitter for applications requiring extended link lengths over plastic optical fiber (POF), and its vertical-style packages in which its full line of RedLink transmitters and receivers are available.

Operating in the green spectrum at 530nm, the FT01MHNG DC-1Mb transmitter is suitable for sensing, CANbus/RS485/RS232 links, gaming, Smart Meter or other industrial command and control applications. The firm says that the transmitter opens up new possibilities for the equipment designer to replace more expensive silica-based solutions with POF, remove repeaters that are no longer needed, and implement new designs requiring galvanic or optical isolation where costs or distances have been previously prohibitive.

Firecomms’ vertically aligned RedLink industrial transmitters overcome the challenge of installing devices in large industrial enclosures where final cable assembly can be difficult when the products are horizontally aligned with the internal PCB.

Firecomms will also showcase its full line of 125Mb and 250Mb transceivers in OptoLock and new compact LC connectors.

See related items:

Firecomms' RedLink transmitters and receivers available in vertical package options

Firecomms launches 530nm long-reach RedLink transmitter for 1Mb applications over 200m of POF

Firecomms' RedLink optical transceivers for industrial applications enter full production

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