Optic Patch Cord (Dual LC Core)
LC Opitcal Patch Cord is a fiber optical 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
LC Opitcal Patch Cord are designed to interconnect or cross connect fiber networks within structured cabling systems. Typical fiber connector interfaces are SC, ST, and LC in either multimode or single-mode applications. shall meet an optical return loss equal to or better than -25dB per mated pair for PC polish, equal to or better than -55dB for UPC polish, or -65dB for APC polish. Insertion loss shall not exceed .4dB per mated pair for both multimode and single-mode.
The LC connectors used are small formfactor fiber optic connectors resembling miniature SC connectors with high quality 1.25mm zirconia ferrules and push-pull latching mechanism. They are fully compatible with existing LC hardware.
The LC connectors used are small formfactor fiber optic connectors resembling miniature SC connectors with high quality 1.25mm zirconia ferrules and push-pull latching mechanism. They are fully compatible with existing LC hardware. In addition to basic testing, some mechanical and environmental tests per IEC or Telcordia are also performed periodically to guarantee the best quality. For standard patch cords, sampling check is performed on ferrule geometry to ensure high percentage of polished connectors meeting GR-326 requirements. For premium grade, ferrule geometry is tested on all patch cords to meet these GR-326 requirements. Other than standard single mode and multimode fibers, G655, OM2, and OM3 fibers are also available upon request. Flame retardant grade cable sheathing options are offered. Riser rated cable will be provided as standard. LSZH and Plenum can be provided upon request.
■ Small form factor design
■Non-optical disconnect performance
■ High quality zirconia ferrules
■ Materials meet RoHS requirements
■ Riser, Plenum, and LSZH cables available
■ Computer networks
■ CATV networks
■ Active device termination