Fiberguide Industries, Inc. Datasheets for Light Guides

Light guides conduct the flow of light from a light source to a point of use in areas that are too small or too hazardous to permit the installation of a light bulb. There are two basic types of light guides: liquid and fiber optic.  Light guides are sometimes called light pipes (lightpipes).
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An optical fiber in which the polarization planes of light waves launched into the fiber are maintained during propagation with little or no cross-coupling of optical power between the polarization...
An optical fiber operating in the mid-infrared wavelength range is fabricated using ZrF4-based fluoride glass.
Erbium is a metallic rare earth element that is used to amplify light signals sent along fiber optic cable. If this chemical element is doped in a glass fiber and...
Fiberguide has been supporting the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) in taking their concepts and ideas to market since 1977. Our staff of engineers, technical sales professionals and experienced production team...
In the 1990's Fiberguide developed 2-dimensional arrays of single mode fibers to meet extraordinarily demanding specifications of Lucent Technologies' Bell Laboratories. They needed the centerlines of 361 fibers in a...
Multimode, step-index optical fibers offer the most efficient and flexible delivery of high power laser beams. The correct components should be selected for minimizing beam quality degradation and optimum robustness.
Optical fibers are typically manufactured from a preform consisting of a silica core which may be doped silica or pure silica and a cladding classically of silica having a lower...
Simplex, Duplex ROUND AND DUPLEX ZIP, single mode (SM) and multi mode (MM) patch cords and fiber pigtail assemblies built to your specification. AVAILABLE WITH FC, SC, ST, MT-RJ, LC,...
Tapered optical fibers can be made either by fusing a short tapered section onto a longer fixed diameter fiber, or, by very carefully controlling the drawing process to produce a...
These multimode step index fibers have a chalcogenide core and chalcogenide cladding of lower refractive index, transmitting light from 1µm - 6µm. Are flexible and do not suffer from serious...
When looking for a high quality fiber with superior transmission and a numerical aperture (N.A.) of 0.22 for efficient light coupling, the Anhydroguide™AFS is the fiber of choice. The Anhydroguide™
When looking for a high quality, general purpose, fiber with superior transmission and a numerical aperture (N.A.) of 0.22 for efficient light coupling, the Superguide™ SFS is the fiber of...
When looking for a low cost fiber with a high numerical aperture (N.A.) for more efficient light coupling, the Anhydroguide™ PCS is the fiber of choice. With an N.A. of...
When looking for a silica core and silica clad fiber with a hard polymer coating that allows a high core-to-clad ratio and a numerical aperture (N.A.) of 0.22 for efficient...
When looking for low cost fiber with a high numerical aperture (N.A.) for more efficient light coupling, The Superguide™ PCS is the low cost fiber of choice. The pure fused...
While graded index silica/silica fibers are available from a number of suppliers with standard polymer coatings, Fiberguide is unique in offering these fibers with high performance buffers/coatings of aluminum, gold...
While single mode silica/silica fibers are available from a number of suppliers with standard polymer coatings, Fiberguide is unique in offering these fibers with high performance buffers/coatings of aluminum, gold...
With numerical aperture (N.A.) of 0.39 and a hard polymer cladding that allows a high core-to-clad ratio, the Anhydroguide™ APCH is the low cost fiber of choice. The pure fused...
With numerical aperture (N.A.) of 0.39 and a hard polymer cladding that allows a high core-to-clad ratio, the Superguide™ SPCH is the low cost fiber of choice. The pure fused...
Custom Configurations
Custom packaged assemblies of optical fibers
Extremely high break strength
Manufactured for simplex cables, or duplex cables.
Tight buffer 600mm-900mm (tight, semi tight or easy strip)