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Photo-electronic Components

Applying TATSUTA’s original optical fiber technology to explore
the future in the medical and lighting industries.
Manipulating various optical wave lengths to
freely combine them and create new added value.

Independently developed by TATSUTA, our processing technology in fiber optics has been the base of a history of working together with our customers for more than 20 years. From visible light to light that is invisible to the naked eye, a wide spectrum of optical wave lengths can be manipulated to create not only individual product units with more unique characteristics, but also with combinations of these units, TATSUTA is able to propose and realize products utilized in a broad range of fields from medical treatment to sensing and analysis.

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  • Imaging and lighting
    Projectors
    Control of the three primary colors to help create a stable image
  • Medical applications
    OCT equipment for eye retina examinations
    Vivid tomographic imagery based on the principle of interference of light
  • Analysis
    Semiconductor film thickness measurement
    Also applicable for semiconductors requiring special wavelengths
  • Sensing
    Solutions for the next generation
    Increasing detection accuracy to meet a diverse range of needs

Optic Fiber Characteristics

Optic fibers are as fine as human hair, but are capable of containing light signals that remain robust while propagated over long distances.
By utilizing the low transmission loss and broadband advantages they provide, high capacity transmissions are possible regardless of the distance. They are also highly resistant to electrical noise, as well as vibration and changes in temperature, making them a good candidate for use in harsh conditions.

Optic Fiber
  • High resistance to vibration,
    shock and change in temperature
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    With optic fiber modules, even if external vibration, shock or change in temperature occurs, the light properties are not affected.
  • Stable propagation regardless of distance
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    Because the light signal is enclosed within the optic fiber, it is possible to transmit to another location at some distance, while maintaining a robust signal. Distance has no effect on it.
  • Detecting and identifying
    the position of an external force
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    The fiber optic sensor is able to not only detect an external force (vibration, shock, etc.) exerted on it, but can also identify the location of the source.
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