The 1x1 Fiber-optic Rotary Joint is the basic and the most popular type of rotary joints. It can either transmit the light from the sources to the sample and/or from the sample to a photodetector.
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The 1x1 Fiber-optic Rotary Joint is the basic and the most popular type of rotary joints. It can either transmit the light from the sources to the sample and/or from the sample to a photodetector. When fiber-optic patch cord connectors are inserted in the rotary joint receptacles, the fiber tips are at the focal planes of the respective collimating lenses, and the beam is parallel between the lenses. 1x1 Fiber-optic Rotary Joints are typically used with optical fibers with a core diameter of 200 µm and an NA of up to 0.5.
• The compatible holder for the 1x1 Fiber-optic Rotary Joints is sold separately (Holder_FRJ_small).
• The output fiber-optic patch cords are sold separately.
• An optional gimbal holder can be used to simultaneously pivot and rotate the rotary joint around an axis (GH_FRJ).
|Maximum variation||+/- 3% of the mean|
|Input NA||0.22 to 0.50|
|Output NA||0.22 to 0.50|
|Start up torque||20 µN·m|
|Outer Diameter||17 mm|
|Holder||Holder_FRJ_small (Sold separately)|
|Note||Tested with 200 µm core NA 0.22 fiber-optic patch cords|
A gimbal holder allows pivoting the rotary joint along two additional axes, further reducing the mechanical stress on the animal.