RMOR1220-40 Rackmount Fiber Optic Receiver


The RMOR1220-40 is a rackmount fiber optic receiver for receiving optical RF signals and distributing them in an RF system such as a CATV system or a PON network. This one-way node receives optical signals at 1310 – 1550 nm with a wide window of -8 to +2 dBm. The node has an output level of 40 dBmV while maintaining excellent distortion characters.

The RMOR1220-40 is built in a 1RU rackmount chassis with dual redundant power supplies to ensure operation even if one power supply were to fail. The chassis features an external cooling fan that is field replaceable without taking the receiver out of service or having to remove it from the rack.

Setup and control of the receiver can be accomplished via a front panel display and controls or by use of a IP connection.

The RMOR1220-40 is ideal for FTTX applications as well as anywhere a rack mount optical receiver is needed.

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  • 1RU Rackmount
  • Receive Only Optical Node
  • 45-1220 MHz Bandwidth
  • 40 dBmV Output
  • SC/APC Optical Connector
  • 1100-1600 nm Optical Input
  • -8 to +2 dBm Input Window
  • AGC Range -6 to +2 dBm
  • 90-240 VAC Powering
  • Dual Redundant Power Supplies
  • Field Replaceable Cooling Fan

Additional information

Weight 9 lbs
Dimensions 19 × 21.6 × 1.75 in


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