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1x2 Fiber-optic Rotary Joints - Wavelength Division

 FRJ_1x2w_473/590_FC-2FC

The 1x2 Fiber-optic Rotary Joints are used to divide the light coming from a single input optical fiber on a fixed side to two output optical fibers on a rotating side.

The 1x2 Fiber-optic Rotary Joints are used to divide the light coming from a single input optical fiber on a fixed side to two output optical fibers on a rotating side. The 1x2 Fiber-optic Rotary Joint - Wavelength division splits the spectral band originating from the input receptacle and sends each band to the corresponding rotating fiber receptacles. In some optogenetics experiments, it can be used for instance to separate the 473-488 nm blue light (activation signal) and the 590 nm orange light (inhibition signal). This rotary joint can also be used in the opposite direction as a spectral combiner.

Notes:
• A compatible holder is included with the 1x2 Fiber-optic Rotary Joints (Holder_FRJ_large).
• The output fiber-optic patch cords are included.
• An optional gimbal holder can be used to simultaneously pivot and rotate the rotary joint around an axis (GH_FRJ).