Lux-Beam #12

Single Expanded Beam termini EN4869

Key features
  • Single Expanded Beam Termini
  • Enables upgrades from optical physical contact technology to optical contactless technology
  • Size 12 series III for MIL-DTL-38999 / EN3645 / EN4165
  • Battlefield Communication
  • Grounded vehicles
  • Military avionics Industrial
Technical information


  • Expanded Beam technology Surface expanded bundle >140X
  • Reduced sensitivity to dust No degradation of the optical face
  • Easy cleaning Low maintenance
  • Compatibility Cavity #12 MIL-DTL-38999 series III TV/CTV, EN3645 EN 4165 (SIM)
  • Accept ARINC 801 or dia. 1.25 mm optical termini

Other benefits:

  • Easy installation and replacement as a FUSE (without optical wiring)
  • Realignment Patented, for compatibility with multisources connectors
  • Possibility to mix with Electrical contact for Hybrid solutions

Lux-beam is easy to clean, and is less sensitive to pollution by dust or debris. The contactless coupling of Lux-Beam is not subject to degradation of performances resulting from friction of optical surfaces as it usually is on traditional butt joint termini. Check out the Lux-Beam video


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Greater bandwidth, higher speed
Fiber optic cables are able to transmit much more data than copper cables of the same diameter.

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Less attenuation (signal loss) over greater distances
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Decreased size, weight and cost in the long run
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No sparks or shorts
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Optical fibers are immune to electromagnetic interference and emit no radiation.

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