Beam Fiber Optic Connectors its founding in June 2001, Fostec Co., has been consistently driven by the needs of its customers to become a company that will always find new innovative solutions to problems many clients face. Fostec commits to further its growth into a company that specializes in all fiber optic needs, achieving productivity improvement through management, based on the importance of relationships between its company and others.
The company’s expanded beam connector is a reliable and affordable solution for many applications in outdoor environments that require consistent and repetitive operation.
The expanded beam connector minimizes the need for continuous maintenance, an important attribute for harsh environment applications such as those found in the broadcasting, renewable energy and military markets.
Fostec’s expanded beam connectors are primarily used in the networking, telecommunications, computing, military and aerospace, transportation and broadcasting industries. They feature single mode and multimode options along with other features, such as low profile and forward flange options for bulkhead. Also, they are light weight and cost effective. D38999 series III derived expanded beam fiber optic connectors have been designed for use in the most demanding civil and military electronic equipment interface applications. The connector features the generic ML-DTL-38999 series III tri-start thread and one-turn self-locking anti-vibration coupling mechanism making it ideal for use in vehicle, aircraft and navel environments.

They feature single mode or multimode along with other features, such as low insertion loss / high return loss. They are made with aluminum, nickel aluminum bronze or stainless steel shell options. There are copper and optical hybrids available as well. | Blog Magazine of korean electronics, brands and Goods

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