Introducing to Fiber Optic Assembly & Array (FOA)….

Numerous optical fibers are arranged in a certain order into the required geometric shape to form an optical fiber array device.

Optical fiber array devices are mainly used to transmit images directly, and are used in planar optical waveguides, arrayed waveguide fibers, active/passive array fiber devices, MEMS and multi-channel optical modules. In a multi-channel fiber optic system, the outstanding advantage of utilizing an array of fibers rather than multiple individual fibers is the ease of installation without requiring a lot of effort.

For example, if an optical fiber must be installed with collimating optics, collimator installations for all fiber channels can be done at once, rather than installing each fiber individually. In view of the fact that fiber arrays have many advantages in use, fiber arrays are widely used in various optical systems. Therefore, it is necessary for those skilled in the art to know the development status of the optical fiber array in order to improve or optimize the optical fiber array to obtain a better optical fiber array.

There are two main types of fiber array devices, 1D fiber array (Linear) devices 2D fiber array (Matrix) devices. Its optical performance indirectly or directly affects the performance of the entire optical system.

Single Mode Fibers (ITU-T G65x, or IEC 60793)
Multi-Mode Fibers (Graded Index, Step Index)
Polarization Maintaining Fiber (UV/VIS/NIR)

Other fiber type is also available, you can simply send us the requirement you want to reach. We will find the fiber type suitable for your applications.

1D & 2D Fiber Array >
– Fiber Assemblies into [1 x n] or [m x n] array
– Low Misalignment (0.5um or 1um)
– V-Grooves Packing is available

Fiber Array Coupled to Microlens Array >
– 2d fiber array coupling to Micro lens Array
– Stocked Mircolens array available