BS EN 62496-1:2009 - Optical circuit boards. General

BS EN 62496-1:2009

Optical circuit boards. General

Status : Current   Published : July 2009



IEC 62496-1:2008 applies to optical circuit boards possessing all of the following general features:

- transmit patterns with straight, cross, bending optical paths and input and output optical ports in plane;

- optical paths consisting of optical fibres and/or optical waveguides;

- controlled lengths of the optical paths, if required;

- may be combined with a printed electric circuit board, the functionality of which is outside the scope of this standard;

- to interconnect between optical components and the ability to mount components.

Standard NumberBS EN 62496-1:2009
TitleOptical circuit boards. General
Publication Date31 July 2009
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 20286-1 1993, IEC/TR 61930, EN 60027, IEC/TR 61931, EN 60825-2:2004, IEC 60825-1, ISO 8601, EN ISO 1101:2005, EN 61300, EN 60825-1:2007, EN 60695-11-5:2005, ISO 286-1, IEC 60617-DB, IEC 60050-731, IEC 60695-11-5, IEC 60825-2, IEC 60027, IEC 61300, ISO 1101:2017, ISO 129-1:2018
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 61754-2:1996, IEC 61754-13:1999, IEC 60793-1-1:2002, IEC 60869-1, IEC 60410, IEC 61754-4:1997, IEC 61753, IEC 62005, IEC 60068, IEC 61073-1, IEC 60874
International RelationshipsEN 62496-1:2009,IEC 62496-1:2008
Draft Superseded By07/30162389 DC
DescriptorsFibre optics, Fibre optic connectors, Identification methods, Electronic equipment and components, Printed-circuit boards, Marking, Classification systems, Specifications, Circuits, Optoelectronic devices, Optical fibres, Specification (approval)
Title in FrenchCartes à circuits optiques. Généralités
Title in GermanOptische Leiterplatten. Fachgrundspezifikation
ISBN978 0 580 58435 0
File Size1.02 MB

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