3m (10ft) SC to ST Mode Conditioning 62.5 Micron, LSZH Fiber Optic Patch Cable

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    Internal Reference: FIZMC-SC/ST-3

    SC SM 9/125μm Equip to ST OM2 50/125μm Mode Conditioning Patch Cable

    CABLEK supplies standard and customized mode conditioning patch cables (MCP) in 62.5/125 and 50/125 , which are specified for 1000BASE-LX/LH and 10GBASE-LRM transceivers transmitting in the 1300nm window and applicated over multimode plants.

    Launching a singlemode laser into the center of a multimode fiber can cause multiple signals to be generated that confuses the receiver at the other end of the fiber. These multiple signals, caused by Differential Mode Delay (DMD) effects, severely limit the cable distance lengths for operating Gigabit Ethernet. A mode conditioning patch cable eliminates these multiple signals by allowing the singlemode launch to be offset away from the center of a multimode fiber.

    • Connector SC to ST
    • Fiber Mode 9/125μm and 50/125μm
    • Connector Polish UPC to UPC
    • Operating Wavelength 850nm and 1310nm
    • Insertion Loss ≤0.3dB@1310nm (SM to MM Plus Connector loss)
    • Return Loss >55dB (SM connector)
    • Coupled Power Ratio 12dB≤CPR≤20dB
    • Jacket OD 2.0mm
    • Jacket Materia lPVC
    • Durability 1000 times
    • Operating Temperature -40 to 75°C
    • Storage Temperature -40 to 85°C

    SC Equip to ST OM2 Mode Conditioning Fiber Optic Patch Cable

    Compliant with IEEE 802.3z standard, MCP Cable is specially used for singlemode and multimode interconnection and applicated over multimode plants in Gigabit Ethernet.

    Different Connector Colors Design

    Blue for singlemode and Creamy-white for multimode, different connector colors design is easier for recognition and installation.

    Low Insertion Loss Connectors

    The tightly tolerance ceramic ferrules ensure consistent low loss to make your network operate smoothly.

    Centerline Offset Splice

    It can help avoid Differential Mode Delay effects, which severely limit the cable distance lengths for operating Gigabit Ethernet.

    Mode Conditioning Patch Cable Installation over Multimode Cable Plant

    Mode Conditioning Patch Cable utilizes both singlemode and multimode fiber enabling a singlemode signal to be correctly sent through a multimode network. For this application, the singlemode end of a mode conditioning cable should always be connected to the equipment side, while the multimode end should be connected to the plant side.

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