Fiberdyne Labs Introduction to Attenuators

Introduction to Attenuators

    Introduction:
    An Attenuator is a passive optical device that reduces the amplitude or power of a signal without distorting its waveform. Fiberdyne Labs, Inc. carries a complete line of Attenuators at our Frankfort, New York, facility. The in-line and variable attenuators are patchcord style and can have any style connector applied to each fiber end. Attenuation occurs about mid-span within the fiber. The fixed attenuators are approximately the size of a connector with a ferrule on one side and a port to accept a connector on the other side. (male/female). These are used in the receive port of equipment. The bulkhead attenuators are approximately the size of 2 mating sleeves put together end to end. They accept connectors on both ends (female-female).

    Features:
  • - Singlemode and Multimode
  • - Fixed, Variable, In-line, and Bulkhead
  • - Fiber Pigtails are available
  • - Medium and Heavy Duty Cable

Fiberdyne Labs, Inc. carries a complete line of Attenuators at our Frankfort, New York, facility. Call your Fiberdyne Sales Representative at 800-894-9694 or email us at

An Introduction to Attenuators