1x2 Fiber-optic Rotary Joints - Intensity Division
1x2 Fiber-optic Rotary Joint - Intensity Division is a connectorized joint that splits the light from an input optical fiber on a fixed side equally to two output optical fibers on a rotating side. All three connector receptacles are of the FC type. The 50:50 split is crucial for bilateral optogenetics stimulation experiments.Notes: A compatible holder and the output fiber-optic patch cords are included. An optional gimbal holder pivots the joint and smooths out the tethered animal's pulling.
Transmission > 40% per output
tested with 200 µm core, NA 0.22 fiber-optic patch cords
Variation in Rotation +/- 3% of the mean Split Ratio < 5 % difference between output A and B Input NA 0.22 Output NA 0.22 or 0.50
Start up torque 30 µN·m Length 53 mm Outer Diameter 31 mm Mass 54 g Holder Holder_FRJ_large included
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