The fiber optic connector (also known as the jumper) means that the connector plug is installed at both ends of the light to realize the optical path active connection; the plug is called the pigtail at one end. Single-mode fiber connector connectors are available in FC, SC, and ST. The end contact methods are PC, UPC, and APC. Jumpers with different connector types or contact faces at both ends are called single-mode transfer jumpers. Guangzhou Tongmai Communication Technology Co., Ltd uses advanced technology and equipment to carry out large-scale production, with excellent product performance and stable and reliable quality.
Multimode fiber patch cords are used to make patch cords from the device to the fiber optic cabling link. There is a thicker protective layer, which is generally used for the connection between the optical transceiver and the terminal box.
1. Low insertion loss
2. Good repeatability
3. Large return loss
4. Good inter-plug performance
5. Good temperature stability
1. Optical fiber communication system
2. Optical fiber access network
3. Optical fiber data transmission
4. Optical fiber catv
5. Local area network (lan)
6. Test equipment
7. Optical fiber sensor use.
Note: The optical transceivers at both ends of the optical fiber jumper must have the same wavelength. That is to say, both ends of the optical fiber must be optical modules of the same wavelength. The simple distinguishing method is that the colors of the optical modules are consistent. In general, short-wavelength optical modules use multimode fiber (orange) and long-wavelength optical modules use single-mode fiber (yellow) to ensure data transmission accuracy. Do not bend or wrap the fiber in use, which will increase the attenuation of light during transmission.