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|FIber Grade:||G657A1 OS2 12F||Connector:||SC/LC/FC/ST/E2000|
|Insertion Loss:||<0.3dB||Return Loss:||UPC>50dB|
|Quality Level:||IEC Grade C And IEC Grade B||Endface Standard:||Telcordia GR-326.Core|
|OEM Service:||Available||Package:||Individual PE Bag Or Customer OEM Package|
100% 3D Interference tested LC SM Mini-Breakout 0.9mm Fiber Pigtail
LC fiber optic pigtail, only one end is the connector, but the other end is an optical fiber breakage which is connected with the other by welding. It often appears in the optical fiber terminal box for the connection between cable and the terminal device. Pigtail is classified to multimode and single-mode. Multi -mode pigtail usually is orange and wavelength is 850nm for short-distance interconnection. Single-mode pigtail usually is yellow, there are two wavelengths, 1310nm and 1550nm, and transmission distance are 10Km and 40Km.
|Item||LC Fiber optic pigtail|
|Optical Fiber||Single Mode(SM)||Multimode(MM)|
|Optical fiber cable outer diameter||0.9mm/2.0mm/3.0mm||0.9mm/2.0mm/3.0mm|
|Insertion Loss(dB)||PC<0.30;UPC<0.30 ;APC<0.30||PC<0.30|
|Radius of curvature (mm)||10-25||7-20||5-12|
Fiber optic depression
The angle offset
Fiber optic diameter
Adopt durable waterproof splices, easy and reliable for installation.
Choose difference cores according to need.
General and waterproof, acceptable for field for all environment
Perfect tensile strength and good performance
Easy for installation, simple and reliable
Low insertion loss
Great repeatability and interchangeability
Emergency lock mechanical structure, High alignment accuracy
Tensile strength structure design
Using UL94V-0 plastic material
Products meet ROHS standard
1. Single-mode 9/125um, Multi-mode 50/125um and 62.5/125um fiber.
2. Simplex Cable diameter 0.9mm, diameter2.0mm and diameter 3.0mm
Duplex Cable 2x2.0mm, 2x3.0mm, indoor and outdoor multi-core cable, etc
Length tolerance: 0-5M: +5cm/-0cm ; 5-100m:+10cm/-0cm
Two Important Methods for Fiber Optic Pigtail Splicing
Fiber optic pigtail assemblies are utilized in terminating fiber optic cables via fusion or mechanical splicing.