FC to SC Fiber Optic Patch Cord
Optical fiber connector (also known as jumper) refers to the light at both ends of the connector plug, used to achieve optical road mobile connection; A plug at one end is called a tail fiber. Fiber optic connector connector types include FC, SC, ST, LC, MTRJ, MU, E2000, etc., and terminal contact modes include PC, UPC, APC. The jumpers with different connector types or contact surfaces at both ends are called fiber optic switching jumpers. NCC fiber optic jumper adopts advanced technology and equipment for large-scale production, with excellent product performance and stable and reliable quality.
Telcordia (formerly Bellcore) GR-326-CORE Generic requirements for
Single mode optical connectors and Jumper assemblies.
IEC 874-1 Generic specification for fiber optic connectors and cables
ANSI/TIA-568-C.3, ISO/IEC 11801 2nd Ed., CENELEC EN 50173, UL94V-0
Cable flame resistant rate: OFNR or IEC60332-3 standard
1. 100% tested on optical performance . (Insertion Loss Customer specified length & Return Loss)
2. Standard colour is Yellow, Orange, Aqua or Purple, other colours available upon request
3. Cable outer jacket available in PVC, Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) PC, UPC, APC connectors type available
4. High concentricity 2.5mm ceramic ferrule for FC, ST, SC and 1.25mm ceramic ferrule for LC and MU
5. Available in G652D, G657A, OM1, OM2, OM3 and OM4
6. Position A/Position B markings
7. Available in 0.9mm, 1.6mm, 1.8mm, 2.0mm, 3.0mm sizes
Link Distance (m)
Optical Performance Data
Insert Loss/connector (single Fiber)
0.2dB Max. (0.15dB typ.)
|0.3dB Max. (0.25dB typ.)|
Insert Loss/MTRJ Connector
0.5dB Max. (0.45dB typ.)
|0.5dB Max. (0.45dB typ.)|
Multimode fiber optic jumpers are used for jumpers from equipment to fiber optic wiring links. It has a thick protective layer and is generally used for the connection between the optical end machine and the terminal box.
1. Low insertion loss
2. Good repeatability
3. High return loss
4. Good interplug performance
5. Good temperature stability
Application of editing
1. Optical fiber communication system
2. Optical fiber access network and fiber optic data transmission
3. Optical fiber catv .
4. Local area network (LAN)
5. The device under test
6. Optical fiber sensor use note: fiber optic jumper at the ends of the module to send and receive the wavelength of the light must agree, that is to say the ends of the optical fiber must be the same wavelengths of light module, a simple way to distinguish is the color of light module. In general, the short wave light module USES multi-mode fiber (orange) and the long wave light module USES single-mode fiber (yellow) to ensure the accuracy of data transmission. Do not over bend or wrap the fiber in use, which will increase the attenuation of light in the transmission process.
The difference between multi-mode fiber and single-mode fiber
Multimode fiber: the core is relatively thick (50 or 62.5 m), can transmit a variety of modes of light. However, the inter-mode dispersion is large, which limits the frequency of digital signal transmission and becomes more serious as the distance increases. Therefore, the transmission distance of multimode optical fiber is relatively short, generally only a few kilometers. Single-mode fiber: the center core is very thin (core diameter is generally 9 or 10 m), only one mode of light transmission. Therefore, the inter-mode dispersion is very small, which is suitable for remote communication, but there are also material dispersion and waveguide dispersion, so the single-mode fiber has higher requirements for the spectral width and stability of the light source, that is, the spectral width should be narrow and the stability should be better.