Variable Attenuators

Precise Levels of Attenuation with the Flexibility of Adjustment

Timbercon Variable Attenuators are ideal for adjusting OEM systems in production as well as laboratory applications.

Variable Attenuators from Timbercon produce precision levels of attenuation, with the added flexibility of adjustment. By using simple adjustment controls, the attenuation can be easily modified to any level required by your specific project. These devices are ideal for adjusting OEM systems in production as well as laboratory applications. These attenuators also exhibit low back reflection and good temperature stability in any application. Timbercon Variable Attenuators are available in both manual and automatic motor driven packages for a variety of light sources and wavelengths.

Timbercon’s Automated Variable Optical Attenuator (AVOA) allows for precise levels of attenuation, with the flexibility of programmable control. Get a quote to beging getting in touch with a Timbercon Solutions Expert.


  • Single Mode and multimode versions
  • Core off-set, air gap, and filtered versions
  • Low insertion loss and back reflection
  • Compact size
  • Multiple packaging options
  • PC, UPC, and APC polish types
  • Available with FC, SC, ST, LC, MU, and MIL termini



  • Adjustable attenuation levels
  • Wavelength insensitive
  • Ruggedization options
  • Customization available


  • DWDM applications
  • Aerospace industries
  • Telecom industries
  • Security connections
  • Testing
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