ProLabs WDM transceivers are the perfect solution to enable greater flexibility from fiber infrastructures. Due to their wavelength stabilising technology, the new range of transceivers can endure temperatures as low as -40°C to as high as +85°C which enable them to perform even in the most demanding environments.
Most commercial temperature rated (0°C to 70°C) products can resist some fluctuations in temperature at initial deployment; however, high and low temperature cycles over time can cause instability in WDM circuits, causing the wavelengths to drift off of the centre wavelength, potentially causing network interruptions. Wavelength stabilisation technologies prevent instability, therefore ensuring trouble free operations over the life of a network.
CWDM and DWDM transmission allow service providers the ability to utilize existing infrastructure to drive fiber optics deeper into the network, closer to the customer. In addition, ProLabs new iTemp WDM transceivers now offer service providers the ability to deploy worry-free WDM services outside the climate controlled locations, closer to the customer.
“ProLabs customers are in the midst of a remarkable network transformation”. Ray Hagen, Product Manager at ProLabs commented “We listened to the needs of our customers to deploy WDM services in environments not historically hospitable for WDM technologies. We are pleased to have worked together to solve this issue and ensure stable and trouble free environments in their network”.