FTTH Drop Cable Patch Cord VCELINK

Fiber Patch Cord -BKC
$99.99

Features:

  • SC-SC connector
  • APC ferrule end-face
  • Insertion times more than 1,000
  • Provide bulk customization service
  • After-sales service: 12-month warranty
$99.99
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DESCRIPTION

FTTH Drop Patch Cable VCELINK

Adapter Type: SC/APC-SC/APC

Outer Sheath Material:

LSZH
Sheath Member Material: Steel Quantity of Fibers: 1 Core
Insertion Loss: ≤0.3db Return Loss: ≥50db
Cable Length: 5m~100m, or customized Durability: ≥1000 times
Storage Temperature -40℃-60℃ Operating Temperature: -40℃-60℃
Minimum Order Quantity: 10 Pieces Delivery Time: 5-7 Days After Payment


FTTH optical patch cord features bend sensitivity ability to meet various customer needs. This fiber cord will help you easily realize the FTTH, simple to install, good product performance, and higher bandwidth to achieve faster networks.
VCELINK supports various customization. Feel free to contact us or send us an inquiry

High Bandwidth & Excellent Communication

-The insertion loss of this fiber jumper is less than 0.2db, so the signal barely decreases during propagation

-High bandwidth, meet the demands of a faster network

Durable Structure

- The SC/APC patch cord is located in the center and equipped with two parallel steel strength member to protect the fibers.

- Its simple structure makes it highly practical. So it is easy to install and has good bending resistance.

LSZH Outer Sneath

Considering security issues, the outer sheath is made of Low Smoke Zero Halogen. This kind of material does not contain halogen, in the case of combustion, does not release halogen-containing gas, and the smoke concentration is low, which can avoid and reduce the fire and the secondary damage caused by fire.

Learn more from Fiber Optic Cable Types: What You Should Know

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