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DIAMOND|24 January 2018

The DiaLink Fibre-Optic Connector

Featuring an intelligent circular design, the DiaLink connector (patent pending) is setting new standards in fibre-optic cable connections.

Featuring an intelligent circular design, the DiaLink connector (patent pending) is setting new standards in fibre-optic cable connections.

Its numerous positive characteristics ensure that there are almost no limits to the way it can be used, whether its in medical applications, measurement technology or fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) cabling.

The connector allows for simple adaption to a wide range of applications. This is also reflected in Diamond’s wide range of possible connector configurations.

The DiaLink comprises a male and a female connector side. Due to its user-friendly design and the push-pull system, the connector can also be used in extremely confined conditions such as a device interface or with a high-packing density without any problems.

Properties and advantages:

  • Suitable for use in medical facilities and clean-room environments and can be sterilised using ethylene oxide (EtO)
  • Vacuum-packed (on request), cleanroom ISO class 7
  • Low risk of breaching protective gloves and no corners or edges
  • Variant for heavily magnetised environments and it cannot be magnetised
  • Neutral weight distribution
  • Suitable for applications with high speeds (rotary joints)
  • Very easy to use, with push-pull locking
  • Resistant to contamination and damage, as it permanently protected ferrules
  • Integrated mating adapter with connections for two components
  • Ideal for use in confined conditions with a connector diameter only 5mm

The E-2000™ EtO-Sterilization Proof Connection with optional IP 65 protection has been designed to meet today's requirements for safety, reliability and quality within several markets...
The flourishing growth of fibre-optics beyond the original telecom industry into other fast-emerging fields has significantly expanded the requirements of optical fibre interfaces. 
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