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4x12MTP-4x12MTP-om3-cable

MTP® Cable Assemblies MTP brand cable assemblies are multi-fiber patch cords suitable for high-density back plane and PCB solutions. MTP brand patch cords offer up to 12 times the density of traditional patch cords, providing significant space and cost savings.
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    MTP® Cable Assemblies MTP brand cable assemblies are multi-fiber patch cords suitable for high-density back plane and PCB solutions. MTP brand patch cords offer up to 12 times the density of traditional patch cords, providing significant space and cost savings.

    MPO/MTP® Cable Assemblies

     

    Description

    MTP brand cable assemblies are multi-fiber patch cords suitable for high-density back plane and PCB solutions. MTP brand patch cords offer up to 12 times the density of traditional patch cords, providing significant space and cost savings.

    MTP® Cable Assembly Configurations

     

    There are several configurations for MTP brand cable assemblies. The most popular is a MTP brand connector to MTP brand connector patch or trunk cable that connects an MTP brand cassette to another MTP brand cassette. Or, if you have an MTP brand adapter panel installed in a patch panel, then you can use a MTP brand cable to MTP brand cable in that case, as well.

    Another configuration is MTP brand connectors to LC. You have one MTP brand connector on one end and you have a breakout (usually 3 feet) of 12 LC connectors on the other side. You can use these for a few different applications for both back end and front end. In a MTP brand adapter panel, for instance, you can plug in one MTP brand connector in to the back and plug a MTP brand cable to a LC cable in the front and have the 12 LC connections go to your equipment. Or, let's say you have an MTP brand cassette that you want to be lit up by using a 12-fiber LC adapter panel. Plug in each of the 12 LC connections in the LC adapter panel and then have the MTP brand side plug into the back of the cassette. There are other applications, as well, depending on how your network is set up. Increase your transfer speed with 10 Gig 50 Micron multimode cable or increase the distance your signal can travel using singlemode. Cables may be constructed of ribbon fiber, small form factor loose tube assembly cable, or subgrouped trunking cable. Your options are only limited by your application.

    To reiterate, the MTP brand cable assemblies can be both Multimode and Singlemode, and there are also keyed secure options. Contact us today if you're unsure of what you need and we'll be happy to assist you.

     

    Features

    US Conec MTP® connector,

    Senko MPO Plus® premium connector

    Corning/YOFC fibers OS2, OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4, OM5 available

    Elite low loss connector 0.35dB

    Allow easy migration from 10GbE to 40GbE or 100GbE

    Pulling eyes are provided as an option to protect the fiber ends

     

    Standards Compliance

    RoHS, REACH and ISO9001 Compliant

    Telcordia GR-326-CORE Standards

    IEC61754-7

    TIA 605-4(FOCIS 5)

    YD/T1272.5-2009

     

    MTP® Cable Assembly Specifications

     

    Basic

    Characteristics

    Unit

    SM

    Low Loss SM

    MM

    Insertion Loss (IL)

    dB

    <0.75

    <0.35

    <0.75

    Return Loss (RL)

    dB

    >55

    >20

    Endurance (500 remates)

    dB

    ΔIL<0.3

     

    Endface

    -

    8° Angle Polish

    Flat Polish

    Operating Temperature

    °C

    -10 ~ +60

     

    Storage Temperature

    °C

    -40 ~ +70

    Axial Pull For Jacketed Cable

    N

    100

     

    Transmission

    Characteristics

    Unit

    SM

    Std. 50um

    62.5

    OM2

    OM3

    Max. Attenuation

    dB/km
    (nm)

    0.4/0.3
    1310/1550)

    2.8
    (850)

    3.0
    (850)

    2.8
    (850)

    2.8
    (850)

    Min. Bandwidth

    MHz•km
    (nm)

    -

    500/500
    (850/1300)

    200/200
    (850/1300)

    750
    (850)

    2000
    (850)

    Dispersion Coefficient

    ps/
    nm²•km

    <3.0
    (1310nm)

    -

    -

    -

    -

     

    Professional Test Equipment

     

    Interferometer Testing for Multimode Cable Assembly

     

    Sample Reading:

     

    PASS

    Max. Diff. Height All Fib. (nm)

    297

    X Endface Angle (°)

    -0.16

    Max. Diff. Height Adj. Fib. (nm)

    178

    Y Endface Angle (°)

    -0.113

    Flatness Deviation (nm)

    -300

    X ROC (mm)

    8853

    Max. Core Dip (nm)

    51

    Y ROC (mm)

    181

    Valid Pixels Ration (%)

    85

     

    Interferometer Testing for Singlemode Cable Assembly

     

     

    Sample Reading:

     

    PASS

    Max. Diff. Height All Fib. (nm)

    146

    X Endface Angle (°)

    -0.107

    Max. Diff. Height Adj. Fib. (nm)

    57

    Y Endface Angle (°)

    8.013

    Flatness Deviation (nm)

    -54

    X ROC (mm)

    -24559

    Max. Core Dip (nm)

    n/a

    Y ROC (mm)

    163

    Valid Pixels Ration (%)

    90

     

    What is Polarity

    In any installation, it is important to ensure that the optical transmitter at one end is connected to the optical receiver at the other. This matching of the transmit signal (Tx) to the receive equipment (Rx) at both ends of the fiber optic link is referred to as polarity.

     

    Polarity Overview

    Two types of fiber links are outlined in the TIA standard: serial duplex signals connections and parallel signals connections. This paper discusses the impact of polarity as it pertains to serial duplex signals and parallel signals.

     

    12fibers MTP®/MPO Trunk patch cord

    There are three different 12-fiber MPO/MTP®-to-MPO/MTP® backbone cables defined in the TIA standard. The three different cables: Type A, B and C are used for the three different connectivity Methods A, B and C respectively.

     

     

     

    24fibers MTP®/MPO Trunk patch cord

    There are three different 24-fiber MPO/MTP®-to-MPO/MTP® backbone cables defined in the TIA standard (TIA-568.3-D). The three different cables: Type A, B and C are used for the three different connectivity Methods A, B and C respectively.

     

    8fibers MTP®/MPO Harness patch cord

     

    There are two different 8-fiber MPO/MTP® breakout cables: Type A and Type B.

    12fibers MTP®/MPO Harness patch cord

    There are two different 12-fiber MTP®/MPO breakout cables: Type A and Type B.

     

     

    20fibers MTP®/MPO Harness patch cord

    There are three different 20-fiber MTP®/MPO breakout cables: Type A, Type B and Type C.

     

    24fibers MTP®/MPO Harness patch cord

    There are three different 24-fiber MTP®/MPO breakout cables: Type A, Type B and Type C.

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    MTP®/MPO Fiber Adapter

    There are two types of array adapters, Type A and Type B.

     

    Type A MTP®/MPO adapters

    Type A adapters shall mate two array connectors with the connector keys key-up to key-down (keys opposed).

    Type B MTP®/MPO adapters

    Type B adapters shall mate two array connectors with the connector keys key-up to key-up (keys aligned).

    MTP®/MPO Trunk cables

     

    Insert the MTP®/MPO Connector into Transceiver Module

    Note: When installing, align they key on the connector body with the keyway on the transceiver.

     

    Insert the MTP®/MPO Connector into Fiber Adaptor Panel

     

     

     

    Note: The male connector is mated to the female side for panels connection.

     

    Connect the MTP®/MPO Cable with MTP®/MPO -LC/SC Cassettes

     

     

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