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|Model Name::||24 Core Fiber Optic Patch Cord Pigtails||Connector Boot Size:||4.0mm Or Customize|
|Cable Jacket:||PVC/LSZH/OFNR/OFNP||Cable Structure:||0.9mm,4.0mm Cable|
|Ferrule End Face:||APC Or UPC||Fiber Count:||1/2/4/6/8/12/24 Core|
|Fiber Type:||SM 9/125 G652D, G657A1 Etc||Application:||FTTH FTTB FTTX Network|
|Cable Length:||Customized||Quality Control:||100% Test Before Shipping|
0.9mm SC / APC 24 Core Fiber Optic Patch Cords Pigtails With 4.0mm Boot
Geehe fibre optic patch cords are one of the most commonly used components of the fibre optic network.
In fiber optic cable installation, how cables are attached to the system is vital to the success of network. If done properly, optical signals would pass through the link with low insertion loss and high return loss. pigtail offers an optimal way to joint optical fiber, which is used in 99% of single-mode applications. This post contains some basic knowledge of pigtail, including pigtail connector types, pigtail classifications, and pigtail splicing methods.
pigtail has fiber connector installed at only one end, and the other end is left empty. Hence the connector side can be linked to equipment and the other side melted with optical fiber cables. While both ends of a fiber patch cord are terminated with fiber optic connectors.
Pigtails are typically used to terminate a optical fiber cable in an ODF (Optical Distribution Framework), and are spliced on the feed-cable. Patchcords are usually deployed to link through patch panels, and to connect patch panels with the optical devices of the final user.
|IL||dB||SM: ≤0.3；MM ≤0.1|
|MM||dB||≥36(Exclusive APC Connector)|
|Operating Temperature||℃||-40~ +80|
|LA:FC/APC LC:FC/UPC LP:FC/PC||LA:FC/APC LC:FC/UPC LP:FC/PC||09:0.9mm 20:2.0mm 30:3.0mm||0:G652D 1:G657A 2:50/125 3:62.5/125 4:others||0.5:0.5m
|Fiber Mode||Connector Type||Conector Type||Cable Diameter||Fibe Type||Fibe Length|
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