Welcome to Moog Protokraft

Moog Protokraft designs and manufactures high-speed optoelectronic components and communication subsystems for use in harsh environment networking equipment applications. The company provides optoelectronic components and subsystems for short and intermediate reach harsh environment optical networks, including optical network switches, optical enterprise and storage area networks (SAN's) and tactical optical access networks. These active optical subsystems integrate the functions of optical transceivers into the natural structure of a passive optical connector. 

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  • Moog Protokraft designs and manufactures miniaturized, lightweight electro optical converters for use in harsh environments such as military, avionics and other rugged industrial applications.

  • Moog Protokraft designs and manufactures small, lightweight and rugged Fast, Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet media converters for use in most rugged environments, e.g. military, avionics and other extreme industrial applications.

  • The Moog Protokraft Ethernet switches support Fast, Gigabit and 10 Gigibit Ethernet and are designed for applications in the harshest environments such as military, avionics and other extreme rugged industrial applications.

  • Moog Protokraft has designed video media converters to easily extend the link length of typical video signals in rugged applications, such as military, avionics and other rugged industrial applications. Currently supported protocols are ARINC 818, DVI, SMPTE 424 (3 G-SDI), RS-170 and base mode camera link, but other protocols are in design.

  • Moog Protokraft’s interface adapters are designed for an easy but rugged link extension of serial, parallel or other data formats in military, avionics and other harsh industrial environments.

  • Moog Protokraft designs 3U 19-inch rack based systems that allows the user to select I/O cards that meet satcom data, timing and specialty requirements. The design allows for field upgrades and additions by simply adding or swapping the interface cards in the rack. Compact size, flexible configuration, field upgradability and specialty I/O are benefits of this system approach.