OSW 1022

2 x 2 Fiber Optic Switch


CWDM, Fiber, SDI 1.5G, SDI 270MBit, SDI 3Gbit


Product Documentation


  • Compact 1 slot yellobrik module
  • Two optical connection paths: State 1 and State 2
  • Non-latching and latching mode
  • 2 x GPI for path selections
  • 2 x GPO for connection path monitoring
  • 4 x dip switches for local control
  • 2 x LEDs to display connection path status
  • 1 x LED to display power status
  • 1 x mini USB for PC control and configuration via yelloGUI
  • Singlemode fiber connection with LC connector



The OSW 1022 is an optical 2×2 switch that provides connection paths between two pairs of fiber optic. The compact OSW 1022 switch is suitable for a wide range of applications such as fiber line emergency switchover, route diversity, optical networking system protection, and reconfiguration.

It allows the selection of passive optical paths via GPI control, or local dip switches, or PC/Mac. The GPIs and GPOs provide selection and monitoring of connection paths State 1 & State 2.

It also provides latching and non-latching mode. In the latching mode, the optical switch maintains the current optical connection path (state) and does not change on power failure. In the non-latching mode, the optical switch switches to State 1 connection path upon power failure. When the power is restored, the switch will revert to the connection path set by the dip switch or to the state set by the GUI.


XLR 1000 yellobrik XLR power adapter cable

XLR 1000

4 Pin XLR Camera Battery Adapter Cable

Ordering Information

UPC / EANModelDescription
4250479327443OSW 10222 x 2 Fiber Optic Switch
4250479310001RFR 10001RU 19" Chassis for 14 yellobriks
4250479315013RFR 1001 Single Module Mounting Bracket
4250479314016P-TAP 1000P-TAP Battery Power Adapter Cable
4250479314009XLR-1000 4 Pin XLR Battery Power Adapter Cable
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