PD IEC/TR 61292-4:2010 - Optical amplifier technical reports. Maximum permissible optical power for the damage-free and safe use of optical amplifiers, including Raman amplifiers

PD IEC/TR 61292-4:2010

Optical amplifier technical reports. Maximum permissible optical power for the damage-free and safe use of optical amplifiers, including Raman amplifiers

Status : Revised, Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : August 2012 Replaced By : PD IEC/TR 61292-4:2014

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IEC/TR 61292-4:2010(E) applies to all commercially available optical amplifiers (OAs), including optical fibre amplifiers (OFAs) using active fibres, as well as Raman amplifiers. Semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOAs) using semiconductor gain media are also included. This technical report provides a simple informative guideline on the threshold of high optical power that causes high-temperature damage of fibre. Also discussed is optical safety for manufacturers and users of optical amplifiers by reiterating substantial parts of existing standards and agreements on eye and skin safety. This edition constitutes a technical revision with updates reflecting new research in the subject area.




Standard NumberPD IEC/TR 61292-4:2010
TitleOptical amplifier technical reports. Maximum permissible optical power for the damage-free and safe use of optical amplifiers, including Raman amplifiers
StatusRevised, Superseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 August 2012
Withdrawn Date30 November 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ITU-T Recommendation G. 664, IEC 60825-1:2007, IEC 60825-2:2006,

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