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Fiber Optical Patch Cable

A fiber optic patch, also known as a fiber optic patch cable or jumper, is a type of cable that is used to connect two devices with fiber optic connectors. The cable consists of one or more strands of glass or plastic fibers encased in protective jackets, and each end is terminated with a connector that allows it to be plugged into a device.

Fiber optic patches are commonly used in data centers, telecommunications networks, and other high-speed networking applications where reliable, high-bandwidth connectivity is required. They can be used to connect network switches, servers, routers, and other devices together, and are available in a variety of lengths and connector types to suit different applications.

Because they transmit data using light instead of electrical signals, fiber optic patches offer several advantages over traditional copper cabling, including faster speeds, longer distances, and immunity to electromagnetic interference.

Features: 
·Low insertion and back reflection loss
·Good exchangeability
·Good durability
·High temperature stability
·Standard: TIA/EIA 568-A compliant

Applications
·Data center infrastructure
·Storage area network
·Emerging 40 and 100Gbps protocols
·Premise installations
·Gigabit Ethernet
·Parallel Optics
·Video and military active device termination

 Applications

·Telecom Network
·Local Network
·Optical Fiber Sensor
·Optical Fiber Test Equipment
·Optical Fiber Communication System
·FTTH,LAN,PON & Optical CATV

APPLICATIONS
·Datacentre and Colocation
·CATV / VIDEO
·Passive Optical Network PON
·FTTX
·ATM, SONET and WDM
·Military applications

Application:

·CATV , and Multimedia
·Telecommunication networks
·Active device interface
·Telecommunication networks
·Gigabit Ethernet
·Data processing networks
·Interconnection for O/E modules

Product Description:

–FC SC LC fiber optic patch cord

·SC,LC,FC,ST,MU,MTRJ,D4,DIP,E2000
·2.0.9mm / 2.0mm / 3.0mm
·3.SM/MM SX/DX

–LC/UPC-LC/APC 9/125 single mode 2meter fiber optic patch cord      

Features:
·Stainless steel tube & metal braid under outer LSZH jacket
·Micro diameter stainless steel tube for protection
·High resistance of tensile strength, pressure, rodent bite
·Without damage by construction
·Ensure transmission power and avoid additional attenuation
·Prevent optic fiber from destroy by harsh environment
·Prevent optic fiber from destroy by improper operation

Application:

·optical fiber communication system

· optical access network

·Optic-fiber Date Communication

·Optical-fiber CATV

·A local area network (LAN)

·Test Equipment

·MPO cables are best choice for high density fiber networks.

·It’s specifically designed for fast ethernet, fiber channel, data center and gigabit ethernet applications.

·The harness cable is used for connecting 10G SFP+ into a MPO adapter panel and MPO trunk

1、What are fiber optic patch cables used for?

Fiber optic patch cables are used to connect two devices with fiber optic connectors. They are commonly used in data centers, telecommunications networks, and other high-speed networking applications where reliable, high-bandwidth connectivity is required.

Some specific uses of fiber optic patch cables include:

Connecting network switches: Fiber optic patch cables can be used to connect network switches together, allowing them to communicate with each other and with other devices on the network.

Connecting servers and storage devices: Fiber optic patch cables can be used to connect servers and storage devices to the network, allowing them to access and share data with other devices.

Interconnecting routers: Fiber optic patch cables can be used to interconnect routers, allowing them to exchange routing information and manage network traffic.

Connecting telecommunications equipment: Fiber optic patch cables are commonly used in telecommunications networks to connect equipment such as optical line terminals (OLTs), optical network terminals (ONTs), and optical amplifiers.

2、What is the difference between fiber cable and fiber patch cord?

Fiber optic cable and fiber patch cord are both types of cables used in fiber optic networks, but they serve different purposes.

A fiber optic cable is a multi-fiber cable that is designed to transmit large amounts of data over long distances. It typically consists of multiple strands of glass or plastic fibers encased in protective jackets, and it may include additional layers of insulation, strength members, and other features depending on the intended application. Fiber optic cables are commonly used in telecommunications and networking applications, including high-speed internet connections.

A fiber patch cord, on the other hand, is a single-fiber cable that is generally used for shorter distance connections between equipment or devices. It typically consists of a single strand of glass or plastic fiber enclosed in a protective jacket, with connectors at each end that allow it to be plugged into equipment or patch panels. Fiber patch cords are commonly used to connect devices such as switches, routers, servers, and storage devices in data centers and other network environments.

In summary, fiber optic cable is used for longer-distance transmission of data over a network, while fiber patch cords are used for shorter-distance connections between equipment or devices within the network.

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