Plastic Optical Fibers

June 7, 2007
IEEE 1394-approved Eska plastic optical fibers serve in applications ranging from lighting/illumination to sensing and data transmission.

The RoHS-compliant, thin strands of plastic fiber and related cables come in many fiber diameters and cable jackets. Features include EMI/RFI immunity, ease of installation and termination, large core-to-clad ratio, and visible transmission range. The optical fibers support design, engineering, and manufacturing, including cutting, assembly, termination, and shaping of fibers and cables.

Mitsubishi International Corp., 655 Third Ave., New York, NY 10017, (212) 605-2392,

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