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ArmD™ HUV and ArmD™ HWF Hard Polymer-Clad Fibers

Highest silica fiber numerical apertures are provided by ArmD™ HUV and ArmD™ HWF hard polymer-clad fibers, which can be used for a variety of applications, including photodynamic therapy and remote illumination.

This high-quality fiber offers a more affordable alternative to silica/silica fiber for wavelength range 350-2200nm. Fiber core size, NA, and jacket styles can be customized to meet your needs.

Core diameters range from 100 - 2000µm and NA up to 0,57.


  • Cost-effective (compared to silica/silica fibers) 
  • High concentricity
  • High numerical apertures (0.37, 0.48, 0.52, 0.57)
  • Reduced static fatigue
  • Lower micro bend losses
  • Biocompatible materials
  • Sterilizable by ETO and other methods
  • Manufactured at ISO 9001 compliant facility

Applications Medical

  • Medical diagnostics
  • Laser delivery
  • Photodynamic Therapy


  • Photolithography
  • Nuclear plasma diagnostics
  • Analytical instruments
  • Laser diode pigtailing
  • Pyrometry
  • Semiconductor capital equipment
  • Spectroscopy
  • Remote illumination
  • Sensors
  • Laser welding/soldering/marking
  • Laser delivery

ArmD™ HUV and ArmD™ HWF Hard Polymer-Clad Fibers

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