The difference between LC Uniboot connector and Normal LC connetor

What are the features of the LC uniboot connector over the normal LC Connector

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A common LC duplex connector consists of two LC single-core connectors through clasps. Each connector is a single optical fiber. LC Uniboot connector is an improved LC duplex connector. Two optical fibers are placed in a 2.0mm or 3.0mm sheath at the same time to achieve the function of single tube and dual-core, which can significantly reduce the space requirement of wiring. So what is the difference between LC uniboot connector and normal LC connector?

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—LC Uniboot connector:Compact design to meet the needs of high density applications

Adopts the design of double fiber, single tube and one tail sleeve to eliminate the need for double chain line. Compared with ordinary LC duplex connector, it is more compact ,saves space, which reduce the overall bulk wiring nearly up to 40%. At the same time, it is beneficial to the wiring system heat dissipation,  to maximize its function.

—LC Uniboot connector:Convertible polarity, easy to operate

Do you know what is fiber polarity? Fiber polarity refer to the direction of optical signal propagation, the normal signal sending end (Tx) and receiving end (Rx).LC Uniboot Fiber connector Set the fiber connector to switch the position of the plug to achieve polarity swap, which helps users to easily reverse the polarity of the optical fiber. Without any tools, clients can easily open the cutting sleeve and switch polarity.

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