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|Product Name:||Fiber Optic Cable||Conntctor Type:||MPO|
|Core:||12 Fiber||Cable:||Ribbon Fiber|
12 Fiber MPO to LC Fiber Optic Patch Cord, Single Mode OS2 Breakout Cable Assembly
These multi-fiber ribbon cables provide great advantages in size by offering up to 12 times the density when compared to the same size SC connector! Factory terminated and tested, these Multimode fiber optic cables provide significant installation time savings. A push-pull design is utilized for easy mating and removal. Fan-out assemblies are ideal for making connections within rack mounted or wall mounted fiber enclosures that utilize single fiber connectors. Available in 6 or 12 count MPO to MPO versions as well as MPO to fan-out assemblies utilizing LC, SC or ST connectors. MPO cassettes are also available.
Fan Out Length
|2=2Fiber||SU(A)=SC/UPC(APC)||SU(A)=SC/UPC(APC)||F=Flex 1060||2=Φ2 mm||10=100cm||C=PVC||10=100cm|
Typical Technical Parameter
|Connector||/||FC ST … SC LC|
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Type A - Straight (key-up to key-down): Straight-through polarity is typically for connecting patch panels. They are wired in a mirrored configuration, going from Pin 1 on one connector end to Pin 1 on the opposite end, etc.
Type B - Rollover (key-up to key-up): Rollover polarity is used primarily for connecting to switches and transceivers in 40Gb applications. In a 12-strand rollover polarity, the cable is wired from Pin 1 on one connector end to Pin 12 on the opposite end. Then 2 to 11, and so forth.
Type C - Flipped: Pair-Flipped polarity is the most commonly used polarity type for this cable, and typically used in cassette-to-cassette applications. Pin 1 on one end goes to Pin 2 on the opposite end, and 2 to 1, 3 to 4, 4 to 3, and so on. This is the default polarity option, but you can select your desired polarity from our drop-down menu above.