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The PK3000 is the ideal solution for DWDM projects that require amplification and management without compromising competitiveness.

It is a plug-and-play platform with unified management and performance monitoring capabilities for your cards.

It comes in 1U and 2U chassis sizes for 19” racks, allowing you to scale your DWDM network while saving space.

Each chassis can accommodate up to two AC or DC hot-swappable redundant power supplies, ensuring high availability and robustness for the system.

multiplexador pk3000 dwdm


The comprehensive solution
for your network

PK3000 Customizable DWDM

with various features


PK3000 DWDM 4U

PK3000-NMC-2DWDM-EDFA-1U vista frontal
PK3000-NMC-2DWDM-EDFA-1U vista traseira

PK3000 DWDM 1U

PK3000-NMC-2DWDM-EDFA-2U vista frontal
PK3000-NMC-2DWDM-EDFA-2U vista traseira

PK3000 DWDM 2U

The solution also offers numerous other features, including:
Placa-OLP (optical line protection)


(Optical Line Protection)

The line protection card that enables redundancy on two fiber routes.

Placa-NMC (network manager control)


(Network Manager Control)

A management board equipped with OSC, facilitating the monitoring and management of all boards, even from remote locations.

placa DCM (dspersion compensation)


(Dispersion Compensation)

A chromatic dispersion compensator designed for various distances, mitigating the effects of chromatic dispersion in the fiber.

placa OADM (optical add/drop multiplexer)


(Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer) Allows for opening or adding channels along the link.

EDFA (Erbium doped fiber amplifier)


(Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier) Booster and pre-amplifier cards designed for various distances.

DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing)


(Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) Modular Mux/Demux cards available with 4, 8, 16, or 40 channels.

placa OTU (OEO) (óptico elétrico óptico)


(Optical to Electrical to Optical) Used to convert protocols in the presence of an SDH or Fiber Channel network.


Do you know which elements best suit your project?
Our DWDM engineers are here to answer for you.
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