Fiber Optics Connector ST/UPC Simplex Single Mode (10 Pack) - Beyondtech
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Fiber Optics Connector ST/UPC Simplex Single Mode
- Beyondtech's single mode ST/UPC epoxy-polish connectors are especially designed to provide low insertion loss and back reflection, along with high precision and mechanical stability.
- Our male ST UPC connectors have 2.5mm pre-polished zirconia ceramic ferrules with convex end-faces, which makes them able to provide superior performance. ST connectors' stick and twist mechanism provides easy installation.
- ST/UPC connector's body is made of nickel plated metal, which resist corrosion. They come with black boots suitable for either 0.9mm or 3mm cable diameters.
- Beyondtechrecommends using the adhesive Loctite 648 and the accelerators Loctite 7471 or 7649.
- These connectors comply with IEC 61754-2 and TIA 604-2-B, FOCIS-2 and conform to RoHS environmental requirements.
- Beyondtech ST/UPC single mode connectors are suitable for Local Area Networks (LANs), Storage Area Networks (SANs), Wide Area Networks (WAN), Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN) data center, business, premises, security, FTTH, FTTP, FTTA, high EMI, and commercial applications.
Beyondtech's single mode ST/UPC simplex connectors can be attached to cables with the epoxy polish termination method.
Each connector is individually and rigorously tested and certified to be within accurate optical insertion loss.
- Color: Black.
- Ultra Physical Contact (UPC).
- Single mode (9/125).
- Complies with IEC 61754-2, TIA 604-2-B and FOCIS-2
- RoHS, REACH SvHC compliant
- Operating temperature: -20°C to +70°C.
- LAN, WAN, SAN and FTTx applications.
- 3 mm or 0.9mm
• For additional information please contact your Beyondtech Sales Representative.
• The Information in this document is correct as of February 20, 2020.