1*8 Bare Fiber PLC Splitter 40*4*4mm Steel Package 250um Bare Fiber 1m No Connectors G.657A1 Fiber


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Fiber Optic PLC Splitter is an essential passive component in Fiber to the Home network.
The full name of PLC Splitter is Planar Lightwave Circuit Splitter. It adopts silica optical waveguide technology and is used for optical power allocation from central office to customer premises in FTTx and FTTH networks.
PLC Splitter offers a cost effective and space saving networking solution in optical transmission system.

Bare Fiber PLC Splitters are not terminated with fiber optic connectors and could be spliced with optical fibers in distribution cables and drop cables. Bare Fiber PLC Splitters as passive optical splitters are widely used for FTTH Passive Optical Network, including EPON (as EPON Splitter) and GPON (as GPON Splitter) .


  • Uniform power splitting
  • Compact package dimension
  • Low polarization dependent loss
  • Good channel-to-channel uniformity
  • Low Insertion Loss and high Return Loss
  • Environmentally and mechanically stable
  • Wide operating wavelength range from 1260nm to 1650nm


  • Telecommunication networks
  • PON (Passive Optical Network)
  • FTTX, FTTH (Fiber to the Home)


  • Telcordia GR-1209 and GR-1221


Note: All measurements are done at room temperature without connectors.

Port Configuration 1×8
Operating Wavelength (nm) 1260~1650
Insertion Loss (dB) Typ. 10.0
Max. 10.5
Loss Uniformity (dB) Typ. 0.5
Max. 0.8
Return Loss (dB) 55
PDL (dB) Typ. 0.1
Max. 0.3
Directivity (dB) 55
Fiber Type SM G.657A1
Wavelength Dependent Loss (dB) Typ. 0.2
Max. 0.3
Temperature Stability (-40~+85°C) (dB) Typ. 0.3
Max. 0.5
Operating Temperature (°C) -40~+85°C
Storage Temperature (°C) -40~+85°C


Weight 0.083 kg
Dimensions 18 × 14 × 0.9 cm
Output Fiber:

Separate 8 Fibers, 2 sets of 4 Fibers Ribbon


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