SC to SC OS1 Single Mode Duplex UPC Fiber Patch Cable - Beyondtech
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Beyondtech OS1 SC to SC UPC Fiber Patch Cords
- High-quality Single mode 9/125 OS1 G.652 Fiber is crafted for fast Ethernet, Fiber Channel, Gigabit Ethernet Speeds, data center, premises, Local Area Networks, SAN, commercial¸ 10GBASE-L (1310 nm), 10GBASE-E (1550 nm), 1000BASE-LX (1300 nm) and ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) applications. It supports video, data and voice services.
- Our single mode 9/125 fiber patch cables comply to the ITU-T G.652A or ITU-T G.652B and the IEC 60793-2-50 Type B1.1 standards and meet the RoHS environmental standards.
- Singlemode fiber patch cords have a (0.25 dB/km attenuation at the 1550 nm) / (0.35 dB/km at 1310 nm).
- Beyondtech PureOptics Patch Cables operate at -4° to 158° F (-20°C to +70°C) and have a minimum installation bending radius: 5.0 cm for regular use and a long-term bending radius of 3 cm.
- OS1 patch cables are ideal for connections between fiber patch panels and network/ server equipment. Single mode 9/125 cords are regularly used in passive components (GPON, FTTX, and Local Area Networks).
- Beyondtech Connectors feature dust caps on the tips for protection of dust and other contaminating agents.
- SC duplex assemblies are attached with a easy-removable clips.
All our 9/125 OS1 SC to SC fiber patch cables are individually examined and tested to be within the optimal optical IL (Insertion Loss).
- Yellow Color Jacket.
- Indoor Use.
- SC Connectors.
- Bend Radius - Minimum / 5cm.
- Cable Jacket Material: Polyvinyl chlorid (PVC)
- Cable Jacket size: 3.00mm.
- Recommended Temperature: -4° to 158° F (-20° to +70° C).
- Single mode 9/125um.
- Regular Zip Cord Duplex.
- OS1 fiber comply to ITU-652.D, TIA/EIA 492 CAAA.
- Multiple Lengths Available.
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• The Information in this document is correct as of February 20, 2018.