Duplex FC Fiber Patch Cord

Optical FC Jumper Patch Cable Features: 1. Low insertion loss 2. High return loss 3. Good repeatability 4. Good interchangeability 5. Good environmental adaptability
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Duplex FC Fiber Patch Cord

The FC fiber jumper is similar to the coaxial cable except that there is no mesh shield. The center is the light-transmitting glass core. In a multimode fiber, the core has a diameter of 15 μm to 50 μm, which is roughly equivalent to the thickness of a human hair. The single-mode fiber core has a diameter of 8 μm to 10 μm. The outside of the core is surrounded by a glass envelope having a lower refractive index than the core to protect the fiber in the core. Next to it is a thin plastic jacket to protect the envelope.

FC Duplex Patch Cable Specs

Single modeMultimode
Insertion Loss≤0.2dB(APC), IL<=0.3dB(PC);≤0.25dB
Return Loss≥50dB(PC), ≥65dB(APC)
Repeatability≤0.1
Durability≤0.2dB typical change, 1000 matings
Interchangeability≤0.2dB
Tensile strength>70N
Operating Temperature-40°C to +85°C-20°C to +70°C

 

Corning or YOFC Fiber


Corning/YOFC Fiber

CCTC Ceramic ferrule

CCTC Ceramic ferrule


Optical FC Jumper Patch Cable Applications
CATV

CATV

FTTA

FTTA

FTTH


FTTH


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CE

CE

CPR

CPR

ISO

ISO

RoHS

ROHS


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Fiber Optic Factory Manufacturer OPTICO

7-15 DAYS

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How To Manage And Maintain Duplex FC Fiber Patch Cord?

Method / Steps:

1. Pay attention to the bending radius of the fiber jumper. Generally speaking, fiber benders with diameters of 1.6mm and 3.0mm can withstand a bending radius of not less than 3.5cm, while MPO fiber jumpers can withstand a bending radius of not less than 10 times their diameter;


2. Do not pull or squeeze the fiber jumper. When installing fiber patch cords, excessive force may stress the fiber jumpers and connectors at both ends, affecting performance. It's worth noting that if you need to use a lot of effort to pull a fiber jumper, there may be some problems in the middle;


3. Route the jumpers according to the path of the fiber jumper. If the existing jumper length matches the current application, the jumper can be reused, but you still need to remove the jumper from the fiber distribution frame and reinstall the jump according to the new path. line. This is the only way to ensure that the jumper is not knotted, not bent and not stretched. In order to effectively route the jumpers, a suitable path should be found for the jumpers between the two ports, while avoiding the jumpers intertwined and crowded;


4. Managing fiber jumpers in a bundle or tie can make the panels look neat, but if you bundle them too tightly or tie the fiber jumpers, you increase the risk of over-squeezing. To avoid this problem, you can properly "unbundle" the fiber jumper to allow the fiber jumper to move freely;


5, labeling is a very necessary job, but also one of the most important tasks of network system administrators. It is necessary to properly label any management point (including the wiring panel) of the network cabling infrastructure so that network technicians can accurately find the start and end points of the cable;


6. Check the fiber patch cord for physical damage, including indentation and connector damage due to sudden bending of the sheath. The above related management tools and complete solutions are available from OPTICO.


FC Duplex Patch Cable Specs

Single modeMultimode
Insertion Loss≤0.2dB(APC), IL<=0.3dB(PC);≤0.25dB
Return Loss≥50dB(PC), ≥65dB(APC)
Repeatability≤0.1
Durability≤0.2dB typical change, 1000 matings
Interchangeability≤0.2dB
Tensile strength>70N
Operating Temperature-40°C to +85°C-20°C to +70°C

 


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