multimode optic fiber patch cord

  • Singlemode Patch Cord

    Singlemode Patch Cord

    Fiber patch cords are fiber-optic cables with connectors on both ends that can be connected directly to a computer or other network device. Fiber patch cords are commonly used to connect light emitting devices, light receiving devices, and fiber optic terminal boxes. Single-mode fiber patch cord cores are particularly small in diameter, typically only 9 μm, and have only one light propagation path. It is for this reason that light can only be transmitted along the axis of the fiber, thereby completely avoiding the waste of dispersion and light energy.
  • Multimode Patch Cord

    Multimode Patch Cord

    The optical fiber connectors (commonly we call patch cord ) is a length of optical cable with connectors fixed on two ends to realize the optical patch active connection. Pigtail is a length fiber cable with only one connector fixed on one end. If both sides of the connector or its end- face are different, we call it hybrid patch cord. According to the transmission medium, it divides single mode and multimode; according to the connector structure type, it divides FC, SC<, ST, MU,D4, E2000, and LC etc.; according to the polished ceramic end-face, it divides PC, UPC and APC.
  • Multimode Patch Cord

    Multimode Patch Cord

    The optical fiber connectors (commonly we call patch cord ) is a length of optical cable with connectors fixed on two ends to realize the optical patch active connection. Pigtail is a length fiber cable with only one connector fixed on one end. If both sides of the connector or its end- face are different, we call it hybrid patch cord. According to the transmission medium, it divides single mode and multimode; according to the connector structure type, it divides FC, SC<, ST, MU,D4, E2000, and LC etc.; according to the polished ceramic end-face, it divides PC, UPC and APC.