Timbercon adds bare fiber processing

Jan. 2, 2007
JANUARY 2, 2007 -- Timbercon Inc. has announced the availability of bare fiber processing designed to optimize bare fiber coupling efficiencies for a variety of precision optical applications.

JANUARY 2, 2007 -- Timbercon Inc. (search for Timbercon) has announced the availability of bare fiber processing designed to optimize bare fiber coupling efficiencies for a variety of precision optical applications.

Timbercon bare fibers offer a specialized and highly customizable option for applications requiring precision conical, chiseled, angled, or flat fiber tips. In addition to improving coupling, bare fibers can be lensed to eliminate the need for discreet lens systems for some applications. Traditionally used for optoelectronic and passive device termination, custom bare fibers are now being used in a number of communications, medical, and sensing applications.

Bare fiber processing is an extension of Timbercon's existing custom product and service offerings, focused on providing customized offerings for a wide range of application specific requirements.

"By adding bare fiber processing to our existing capabilities, we can provide our customers with a complete menu of options for highly specialized fiber prep, device termination or pigtailing applications," states Sean Gitt, marketing director for Timbercon.

Timbercon bare fibers are available in singlemode, multimode, and polarization-maintaining fiber types with a variety of standard and custom polishes, angles, and lensed end finishes.

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