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 credit-card-size Model 914. 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 - 1/2 PC/104 Cards
Credit card size boards (1/2 PC/104) suitable for small vehicles and other tight spaces. Typically cards are installed in existing enclosures but are also available with housings.
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.