Please contact us via email, we will issue INVOICE based on your purchase order.
Bank wire transfer is the only way for us to receive payment.
All the quotations we made are EXW price.
Normally there is MOQ 5pcs, for some special items, the MOQ is negotiable.
Our plant in Guangdong, CHINA is the only place for production and shipment. Most of our products are tailored based on the client's demand, it is hard to keep stock unless clients requested in advance.
Yes. MEISU can fabricate PM fiber into 1D fiber array or 2D fiber array, and ribbonize individual PM fiber array to a ribbon as well.
Lidless is linear fiber array fabricated only with V-groove substrate, no lid, it can be as thin as 0.53mm.
Ultra-thin fiber array are assembled with both v-groove and lid, but the thickness can be as small as 0.5mm and 0.1mm respectively; Because of the lid covering fibers and adhesive, ultra-thin fiber array is with better reliability, if the fiber array will be exposed to air, we suggest using ultra-thin FA.
Ceramic faceplate: fiber pitch tolerance<2um; No developing cost, better for sample orders.
Glass faceplate: fiber pitch tolerance<1um; high developing cost at early stage, more economical for mass production.
It depends on the fiber cladding diameter. Normally the minimum fiber pitch is 2um more than the fiber cladding diameter.
Smaller fiber pitch can be realized by packing fibers closely into fiber bundle.
Yes, top of the adhesive (stress relief area) is lower, making it easier to couple to PIC.
Technically, we can assemble fiber array with any fiber, as long as the fibers are available in the market.
Fiber bundle is made by packing all the fibers closely together, the fiber core pitch is the fiber cladding diameter; 2D fiber array is made by inserting fibers into small holes with certain requested core pitch.
Yes, we can fuse UHNA PM fiber to regular PM fiber.
Different capacity for different type of fiber array, we can have the capacity ramp up to meet your demand as long as customer give us a demand schedule one month ahead.