The VOAPXIe is a reliable, fast and high density attenuation solution that seamlessly integrates with the PXI Platform.
This innovative module enables new mixed-signal testing capabilities for PXI users. Each VOAPXIe module has an integrated power meter for precise output power control, even with fluctuating input.
Fast attenuation speed
Low insertion loss
Built in power monitoring
Constant power output mode
Wide coverage of operational wavelength
Seamless integration with PXIe chassis
1 or 2 attenuators per module
CWDM8 broadband or narrow wavelength range
Polarization-maintaining fiber compatible
VOAPXIe is designed to be used in continuous production environments. It is built to the highest standards using components with high Mean-Time-Between-Failure (MTBF) specifications to minimize downtime.
Stable power output
The built-in power meter and power stabilization function lets you set and maintain the output power stability even when the input power fluctuates. You will get reliable and repeatable test results each and every time.
Select the best fit for your application
You can choose the broad wavelength range model for versatility or the narrow wavelength models for the best accuracy and performance.
VOAPXIe power control
This graph illustrates how quickly Coherent Solutions’ VOAPXIe moves to the desired setpoint.
VOAPXIe power stability – power mode
This graph illustrates the power output stability of < 0.005 dB RMS at various power setpoints.
1 year product warranty
This product comes with a 1 year warranty.
Download Spec Sheet
For more information, please download the VOAPXIe Spec Sheet which includes full technical specifications.
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