Shenzhen Xindingou Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. is a state-level high-tech enterprise specializing in the development, production and sales of plastic optical fiber products, and providing plastic optical fiber supporting services. The company was established in June 2009 and is located at 501D, Block D, Fortune Port, Baoyuan Road, Bao'an District, Shenzhen.
As a leading domestic plastic optical fiber application service provider, Xinding Ou Electronics develops, manufactures and manufactures optical fiber cables, fiber optic modules and connectors, three-network converged network equipment, optical fiber industrial control jumpers and other plastic optical fibers according to the relevant product requirements of domestic and foreign customers. Product and related application solutions. In addition, Xin Ding Ou Electronics also provides comprehensive and in-depth supporting services to provide customers with a perfect service experience through careful communication with customers at each stage of pre-sale, sale and after-sales. At present, the business has involved three networks, smart home, industrial automation, electrical automation, transportation and communications, aerospace, medical sensing, new energy and many other fields, and has successfully obtained 13 self-developed utility model invention patents and 2 items. Independently researched invention patents.
MOST data transfer uses 512 b frames, as well as blocks of 16 frames. The frame repetition rate is 44.1 kHz, and each frame contains synchronization, asynchronous, and control data in addition to the preamble and other internal management bits. The bus is fully synchronized, and the designer can designate any device within the network as the master device, and all other nodes get their own clock from the master device. The network is completely plug-and-play, and there is a process of finding a device when power is turned on or when there is a connection change. The central registry of the connected device is maintained on the primary node.
The personnel studied the mechanical properties of the plastic optical fiber POF. Research has focused on the attenuation caused by bending, tensile or torsional stresses. Unlike glass fibers, plastic fiber POFs are made of plastic and have a Young's modulus that is almost two orders of magnitude lower than that of quartz fibers (PMMA POF is about 2.1 GPa). For this reason, even a typical optical fiber structure, even a POF with a diameter of 1 mm, is quite soft and can be installed. The minimum bend radius of a plastic optical fiber POF is also small because plastic is softer and easier to bend than quartz. The transmission rate of a plastic optical fiber POF also depends on certain mechanical properties. For example, if the elongation of the POF reaches 10% of its length, the attenuation increases by less than 0.1 dB. Other factors can also change the optical properties of the POF. For example, periodic bending causes a change in attenuation, which causes the attenuation to reach a certain limit (1 mmPMMA POF has a bending radius of 50 mm and a decay of <0.15 dB after 1,000 bends).
Plastic optical fiber, Plastic Optical Fiber. At present, the optical fiber used in the communication optical cable is basically made of quartz fiber, and is composed of high-purity silica SiO2 and an appropriate amount of dopant. In recent years, plastic optical fiber (POF) has also been gradually developed. It is an optical fiber made of a light-transmissive polymer. Because it can utilize the simple drawing process of mature polymer, the cost is relatively low, and it is relatively soft, strong, and diameter. Larger (about 1mm), the connection loss is lower. There are two main types of materials for making POF: one is Polymethyl Polymethmethacrylate, and the other is Perfluorinated Polymer.
Plastic optical fibers are light, soft and resistant to damage (vibration and bending). Plastic optical fibers have excellent tensile strength, durability and small footprint. These advantages make the successful application of plastic optical fibers in automobiles. The weight and cost of a typical luxury car are at least a few kilometers from copper and copper. No such thing as airplanes, trains and all other means of transport