iber-optic route protection switch

June 1, 1998

iber-optic route protection switch

The poc912 fiber-optic 1:2 bypass switching system allows automated switching of primary to secondary fibers while protecting mission-critical equipment. For protective support of fiber-optic data links or network systems, the switch operates in either multimode or singlemode without modification to existing fiber-optic equipment. An alarm connection is included to signal the user that a switch to a secondary path has occurred.

Physical Optics Corp.

Torrance, CA

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