Fiber Patch Cord is a fiber optic cable capped at either end with connectors that allow it to be rapidly and conveniently connected to CATV, an optical switch, or other telecommunication equipment. Having a thick layer of protection, it is used to connect the optical transmitter, receiver, and the terminal box. This is known as “interconnect-style cabling”
Full traceability and test certification supplied with each assembly.
Ultra polish (UPC) is supplied as standard and Angle polish (APC) is also available.
Qualified to Telcordia GR326 and IEC 61300 standards and RoHS compliant materials. properties.
Can be supplied with many different connector types such as FC, SC, ST, E2000, LC, DIN, and others on request.
Available in single-mode and multimode (50/125 and 62.5/125).
Many fiber types are available including single-mode, multimode, low loss & bend-insensitive fibers.
Standard thickness, LC-LC(2m), LC-others (3m).
All connectors are supplied with ceramic ferrules.
Optical fiber CATV
MPO patch cord is a type of fiber optic cable use for high-speed data transmission. MPO means”Multi-fiber Push-On/Pull-off”，
as a connector type that allows multiple fibers to be connected and disconnected at once.
MPO patch cord typically consists of a single cable with an MPO connector on each end. The connector designing to plug into a corresponding MPO port, which is typically found on high-density fiber optic equipment such as switches, routers, and servers.
MPO/MTP patch cable, MPO/MTP trunk cable, and MPO/MTP breakout cable are the three main kinds. They are perfect for high-density cabling networks and offer better network capacity and flexibility.
In data centers, MPO/MTP patch cables are frequently used to link high-speed MPO/MTP optical transceiver.
MPO/MTP trunk cables are frequently used in data centers with high-density fiber connections to consolidate cabling.
An MPO/MTP adapter panel is used to link the trunk cable to various MPO/MTP patch cords. Similar to MPO/MTP patch cables, MPO/MTP trunk lines can be single-mode or multimode; multimode is more frequently used in real-world applications.
The MPO/MTP trunk cable accommodates a maximum of 144 or 288 fibers and can integrate up to 12x 12-core or 24-core MPO/MTP cables.
MPO/MTP Breakout cables are typically used in situations where low bandwidth needs to be upgraded to high bandwidth. As the data center grows, all of these situations call for the use of MPO/MTP breakout cables to link one high-speed optical transceiver to four or eight low-speed optical transceivers.
The different types of MPO/MTP cables in fiber cabling suitable for different devices and scenarios. We hope you could make it clear about MPO series products after reading this article.
MPO patch cord quality control entails ensuring that the cords meet certain performance, reliability, and durability standards. Here are some steps that may be involved in MPO patch cord quality control:
Each MPO patch cord should be visually inspected to ensure that there are no defects, such as cracks or damage to the connector or cable.
Insertion and removal testing: The MPO patch cord should be tested to ensure that it can be inserted and removed from connectors multiple times without causing damage or performance degradation.
Optical testing: An optical power metre should be used to test the MPO patch cord to ensure that the connector is properly aligned and that there is minimal signal loss.
Testing for polarity: The MPO patch cord should be tested to ensure that the correct polarity is maintained throughout its length.
Tensile strength testing should be performed on the MPO patch cord to ensure that it can withstand a certain level of tension without breaking or degrading in performance.
Temperature cycling testing: The MPO patch cord should be tested to ensure that it can withstand temperature changes without damage or performance degradation.
Manufacturers can ensure that their MPO patch cords meet the required quality, reliability, and durability standards by performing these tests and inspections.
For MPO patch cord, the TIA standard defines three different line sequences, which are Polarity A/B/C. Different polarities also correspond to different connection modes. In the following,FIBCONET will share it with you:
Polarity A (straight through) : The positions of the fibers on both ends of the MPO patch cable are the same, it means, the “1” on one end corresponds to the “1” on the other end, and the “12” on one end corresponds to the “12” on the other end. The keys at both ends face opposite directions. “key up” corresponds to “key down”.
Polarity B (staggered type) : The positions of the fibers on both ends of the MPO patch cable are opposite, that is, the “1” on one end corresponds to the “12” on the other end, and the “12” on one end corresponds to the “1” on the other end. The key orientation at both ends is the same, that is, “key up” corresponds to “key up”, and “key down” corresponds to “key down”.
Type C (paired staggered type) : MPO patch cord cross a pair of adjacent fibers. That is, core “1” on one end corresponds to “2” on the other end, and core “12 “on one end corresponds to “11” on the other end. The keys at both ends face opposite directions. “key up” corresponds to “key down”
1.Unit product packing
2.Master carton packing
3.Packing data (For reference only)
Model NO.： Fiber Optic Cable Trunk Core Multicore
Certification： RoHS, CE, ISO9001
Sheath Material： PVC
Model Name： Pigtails Cables PVC Patch Code
Operating Temperature：-40℃ to + 70℃
Transport Package： Individual Box or According to Customer
Specification：FTTH FTTB FTTX Network
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