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LC to SC OM5 100G Multimode Duplex Fiber Patch Cable - Beyondtech
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LC to SC OM5 Fiber Cables Beyondtech (WBMMF) UPC
- The future of Multimode Fiber is now... OM5 Fiber patch cables are the new generation of multimode fiber optics. with the introduction of four wavelengths. This multimode fiber is designed to complete the task that the single-mode fiber had over years, in medium-reach applications as the new standard of 40 Gbps and 100 Gbps.
- The Beyondtech OM5 50/125 LC to SC Fiber Patch Cable is designed with the TIA/EIA 492AAAE and IEC60793-2-10 A1a.4 standards and meet the environmental RoHS specifications.
- OM5 has the color: Green Lime jacket with a 3.0mm diameter.
- The advantage is that OM5 Fiber is backward compatible with the OM4 Fiber and OM3 Optical Fiber cables. More bandwidth can be achieved in short spaces.
- LSZH cables produce very low levels of smoke compared to the PVC Fiber cables, very useful for specific indoor or low ventilation areas.
LC and SC duplex assemblies are attached with easy-removable clips.
All our 50/125 OM5 UPC (Ultra Polished) LC to SC Fiber Patch Cables are individually examined and tested to be in the optimal and recommended Optical IL (Insertion Loss).
- Green Lime Jacket.
- LC and SC Connectors.
- Low Smoke Zero Halogen LSZH (Fca) Rate.
- Compatible with future 100Gb/s and 400G/s applications.
- Cable Jacket (900µm buffer or 3.00mm).
- Operating Temperature: -4° to 158° F (-20° to +70° C).
- OM5 50/125 Microns - Bend Insensitive Fiber.
- Standard Zip Cord Duplex.
- Polarity: A(Tx) to B(Rx).
- Multiple Sizes Available (1m, 3m, 5m, 10m, 20m).
• For additional information please contact your Beyondtech Sales Representative.
• The Information in this document is correct as of February 20, 2020.