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|Operating:||-40℃ ～+80℃||Insertion Loss:||Low|
|Type:||MU Fiber Optic Pigtail||Diameter:||Ø0.9, Ø2.0, And Ø3.0 Mm|
patch cord pigtail,
lc fiber pigtail
Indoor Pigtail Terminated Fiber Optic Patch Cable Low Insertion Loss Multimode
Low insertion loss, high return loss; High environmental stability; Available fiber cable diameters: Φ0.9, Φ2.0, Φ3.0mm; Simplex, duplex or multi-fiber Pigtail Types: Bundle, Ribbon, Waterproof; Armored Connector Types: LC, FC, SC, ST, MU, MTRJ, E2000, MPO, MTP Fiber cores: Simplex, Duplex, 4 fibers, 6 fibers, 8 fibers, 12 fibers, 24fibers, 48fibers etc. Fiber Mode: Singlemode (G.652), Multimode (OM1/OM2/OM3/OM4) Compliant to IEC, TIA/EIA, NTT and JIS specifications
Lower labor costs
Factory guaranteed high quality
A fiber pigtail is a single, short, usually tight-buffered fiber optic cable with a factory-installed connector on one end, and un-terminated fiber on the other end.
Fiber optic pigtails are used to terminated fiber optic cables via fusion splicing or mechanical splicing as shown in the picture below.
The end of the pigtail is stripped and fusion spliced to a single fiber or a multi-fiber trunk. Splicing of pigtails to each fiber in the trunk "breaks out" the multi-fiber cable into its component fibers for connection to the end equipment.
High quality fiber pigtails combined with correct fusion splicing practices offer the best performance for fiber optic cable termination.
99% of single mode applications use pigtails, but pigtails are also used in many multimode applications.
|Patch cord Type||MU Fiber Optic pigtail|
|Insertion Loss (dB)||≤0.2||≤0.25|
|Return Loss (dB)||≥45||≥50||≥60||N/A|
|Repeatability (dB)||IL≤0.2 RL≤5||IL≤0.1|
|Vibration (dB)||IL≤0.2 dB RL≤5dB||IL≤0.2 dB|
|Exchangeability (dB)||IL≤0.2 dB RL≤5dB||IL≤0.2 dB|
|Operation Temperature (℃)||-40℃ ～+80℃|
|Ferrule Material||Zirconia Ceramic|
|Cable Diameter (mm)||Ø0.9, Ø2.0, Ø3.0|
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