SC to SC Multi Mode Fiber Optic Patch Cord
Fiber optic Fc patch cord is a fiber optic cable capped at either end with connectors that allow it to be rapidly and conveniently connected to CATV, an optical switch, or other telecommunication equipment. Having a thick layer of protection, it is used to connect the optical transmitter, receiver, and the terminal box. This is known as "interconnect-style cabling".
1). Telecommunication networks
2). CATV Networks
3). Active device termination
4). Local area networks
1). PC/UPC/APC Polishing
2). High return loss and low insertion loss3).0.9mm, 2.0mm, 3.0mm cable available
4). High temperature stability
5). Good interchangeability
6). Simplex and duplex patch cords, fan-out, and pigtail available
7). FC/SC/ST/LC/MU/MT-RJ/MPO/E2000 available
Fiber optic pigtails and fiber optic jumpers, two common networking devices in fiber optic networks, have a lot in common, so many people confuse and confuse them. In fact, the most intuitive difference between the two is that only one end of the pigtails has a connector, while both ends of the jumper have a connector.
Fiber optic jumper: also called fiber optic connector, both ends have connector. Similar to coaxial cable, but without mesh shielding, used for jumper wiring from equipment to fiber optic wiring links. Generally used for the connection between the optical terminal and the terminal box.
Several commonly used optical fiber jumpers in network engineering include:
1. FC type fiber optic jumper: metal sleeve is used for external reinforcement, and screw buckle is used for fastening. It is generally used on the ODF side. (most used on distribution racks)
2. SC type fiber optic jumper: connector to connect GBIC light module. Its housing is rectangular. (most used on router/switch)
3. St-type optical fiber jumper: it is often used in optical fiber distribution frame, with round shell and screw fastening. For a 10base-f connection, the connector is usually of type ST. Commonly used in optical fiber distribution frame)
4. LC type fiber optic jumper: connector to connect SFP module, which is made of convenient modular jack (RJ) latch mechanism. (commonly used by routers)