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White / Orange ST Fiber Optic Pigtail , 50 / 125 Simplex 2M Fiber Pigtail Connector
|Place of Origin||China|
|Brand Name||OMC or OEM|
|Certification||ROHS and ISO|
|Model Number||ST OM2 MM 50/125 Simplex 0.9mm 2M LSZH|
|Minimum Order Quantity||5 pcs|
|Packaging Details||one piece in a plastic bag, several pieces in a master bag, then packed in a carton of 54*36*35cm|
|Delivery Time||3 days after payment comfirmed|
|Payment Terms||T/T, Western Union,MoneyGram,paypal,credit card,alipay|
|Supply Ability||1000000 pcs per month|
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|Quality Level||IEC Grade C||Insertion Loss||<0.2dB(Typical), 0.3dB (Max)|
|Return Loss||PC>35dB||Package||Single Pack|
|100% 3D Interference Tested||Available||Clean End Face Ferrul||100% Clean,no Dust, No Water,no Scratch|
|OEM Service||OEM Is Avaiable||Company Certification||ISO 9001:2008|
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ST Fiber optic pigtail MM 50 / 125 simplex tight buffer 900um 2M LSZH White / orange
Pigtails are used for splice applications when terminating outside plant cable. It’s consists of a connector and a special length of fiber cable. Meets Telcordia GR-326 Core and ROHS requirements. All of OMC pigtails are factory inspected and tested, with available interferometer data upon request.
- Low insertion loss, Low back reflection loss
- Flexible and easy to strip fiber buffering
- Identifiable fiber buffer colors under all lighting conditions
- Reduces installation time
- Avoids incorrect patching by possible fiber flipping
- Clean and Scratch-Free End Face
- Proportional geometric test is applied to the normal production.
- 100% interferometer check is available under special requirement.
|Connector A||ST||Connector B||Unterminated|
|Fiber Category||Multi-mode (50/125)||Fiber Count||Simplex|
|Jacket Material||PVC/LSZH/OFNR/OFNP||Jacket Color||12 different colors|
|Operating temperature||-40~75°C||Storage temperature||-45~85°C|
Geometric Specification (only for 3D interferometer tested)
|Test items||Connectors||PC End-face||APC End-face|
|Radius of Curvature||ST||10~25 mm||5~12 mm|
|Apex Offset||≤50 um|
|Fiber Spherical Height||+/- 50 nm|
|Angular Offset||------||8°± 0.2°|
OMC also provides a full set of OEM services, such as fiber connector, length, color, fiber grade, specification, material, package etc.
Fiber Optic Pigtail for Fusion Splicing
Fiber pigtail cables provide a fast way to make factory terminations in the field.
How to Choose The Right Fiber Optic Cable Type?
PS:The difference of OM4 and OM3 fiber mode as the following
1. OM4 was developed specifically for VSCEL laser transmission and allows 10 Gig / second link distances of up to 550 Meters (compared to 300M with OM3).
2. The effective modal bandwidth for OM4 is more than double that of OM3.
3. For OM4 patch cable it is 4700 MHz.km while for OM3 it is 2000 MHz.km.
|Designation||Fiber Dia.(μm)||Type||Fast Ethernet 100BASE-FX||1 Gigabit Ethernet 1000BASE-SX||1 Gigabit Ethernet 1000BASE-LX||10Gbps Ethernet 10GBASE||40Gbps Ethernet 40GBASE SR4||100Gbps Ethernet 100GBASE SR4|
|OM1||62.5/125||Multimode||2000 Meters||275 Meters||550 Meters||33 Meters||Not supported||Not supported|
|OM2||50/125||Multimode||2000 Meters||550 Meters||550 Meters||82 Meters||Not supported||Not supported|
|OM3(Laser Optimized)||50/125||Multimode||2000 Meters||550 Meters||550 Meters||300 Meters||100 Meters(SR4)||100 Meters(SR4)|
|OM4(Laser Optimized)||50/125||Multimode||2000 Meters||550 Meters||550 Meters||400 Meters||150 Meters(SR4)||150 Meters(SR4)|
How to correctly choose between PVC, LSZH and OFNP?
Fiber patch cables are now widely used for indoor applications like buildings, factories, office parks ,campuses and so on. Whether you choose PVC, LSZH or OFNP jacket depends on where you're going to run the cable.