Moog has been developing rugged, subsea fiber-optic multiplexer systems for over 25 years. The expertise gained designing military telemetry systems for naval towed arrays in the 1980s led to several successful commercial product lines for video/data multiplexing in Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs). Standard multiplexer systems are now available in several sizes, ranging from the Eurocard-based Model 903 system to smaller form factors, such as the PC/104-based Model 907 and the Model 914 - modular. All systems are based on digital signal transmission using pulses of light through optical fibers. Both legacy multimode fiber cables and higher bandwidth singlemode fibers are supported.
Model 914 - Modular
The Model 914 media converter and multiplexer technology enables the transfer of high definition 3G/HD-SDI video, analog composite video, 10/100/1000 Base-T(X) Ethernet, serial data signals, along with specialty data types over a fiber optic communication channel.
Model 907 - PC/104 Cards
PC/104 card-based modular multiplexer system stacked with standoffs. Typically cards are installed in existing enclosures but are also available with housings and pressure tolerant configurations.
Model 903 - 3U Eurocards
3U Eurocard-based modular system with slide-in card replacements. Suitable as standalone sub-racks or for 19” rack installations. Easy front panel access to all I/O and fiber.