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Fibre optic patch leads are fibre optic cable terminated at either end with connectors to allow the lead to be rapidly connected to telecommunication equipment, such as switches, routers or SFPs.
Our patch cords are constructed from a core with a high refractive index, surrounded by a coating with a low refractive index, that is strengthened by aramid yarn and surrounded by a protective jacket. Transparency of the core permits transmission of optic signals with little loss over great distances. The coating's low refractive index reflects light back into the core, minimizing signal loss. The protective aramid yarns and outer jacket minimizes physical damage to the core and coating.
|Item||Unit||Single Mode||Multi Mode|
|Attenuation||dB/km||1310nm≤0.41550nm≤0.3||850 nm≤3.51300 nm≤1.5|
|Bandwidth||MHz·km||50/125um 62.5/125um850nm≥200 850nm≥1601300nm≥200 130nm≥200|
|Zero Dispersion Wavelength||Nm||1300~1324|
|Zero Dispersion Slope||Ps/nm.km||≤0.095|
|Fibre Cutoff Wavelength||Nm||≤1260|
|Mode Field Diameter||Um||9.2±0.4|
|Mode Field Concentricity||Um||<=0.8|
|Coating/Cladding Concentricity Error||Um||≤12.5||≤12.5|
|Bending, Dependence Induced Attenuation||1550nm 1 turns32mm diameter 100 turns 60mm diameter||850nm1300nm 100 turns75mm diameter|
|Storage or Transportation:||-20~60℃|
|Fibre Count||Outer Jacket Material||OD (mm)||Nominal Weight (kg/km)||Max. Tension - Short Term||Max. Tension - Long Term||Max. Crushing Resistance (N/100) Short Term||Max. Crushing Resistance (N/100) Long Term|
|2||LSZH||(2.68—2.85) x (5.30-5.80)||13.5||300||160||1000||200|
To get a better idea of your pre-terminated fibre requirements, please fill out our Pre-Terminated Fibre Checklist and one of our fibre experts will be in contact with you shortly.