HSS’s FIC contains red-lighted window and fiber winding window, facilitating connection under visible condition to ensure 100% connectivity.
Shenzhen, China (PRWEB) October 29, 2012
FTTH (Fiber to the home) is a popular topic in the telecommunication industry over the recent years. “It is the delivery of a communications signal over optical fiber from the operator’s switching equipment all the way to a home or business, thereby replacing existing copper infrastructure such as telephone wires and coaxial cable” defined by FTTH council Americas.
Field Installable Connector (FIC) is regarded as the perfect solution for field working in FTTH connection, as it enables quick assembling in field with stable performance. Requiring no epoxy and polishing, FIC facilitates field engineers to install, maintain and repair the FTTH networks and indoor terminal in a highly efficient and convenient manner.
Hangsen Star, a leading optical passive device manufacturer, has launched a new patented FIC featured by its unique design and structure. Its dimension is arguably the smallest in the market, with better fitting into the wall socket, according to Davis Li, CEO of Hangsen Star, “it contains red-lighted window and fiber winding window, facilitating connection under visible condition to ensure 100% connectivity. With average insertion loss≤0.3Db and return loss≥45db, its innovative structure on the lock-up device significantly enhances the stretching resistance on the terminal fiber while allowing easy disassembly. It greatly improves on-site installation efficiency.”
“Certification is what proves the performance of the products in the high-tech industry” said Davis, “HSS’s FIC reaches the requirements defined in YD/T 2341.1-2011 (Onsite FIC connector, Chapter 1: Mechanical).The product has passed TLC certification.”
Hangsen Star is a Hi-Tech company specializing on research and production of optical passive devices. It offers a wide range of products including WDM, PLC Splitter, FIC (Field Installable Connector), Collimator, FA (Fiber Array) and Pigtail.
For more information about Hangsen Star, visit http://cnhstar.com/en/index.html