A fiber jumper, sometimes called a fiber optic patch cord is a length of fiber cabling fitted with LC, SC, FC,MTRJ or ST fiber connectors at each end.The LC, a smaller form factor fiber optic connector, is most commonly used. Fiber jumpers also come in hybrid varieties with one type of connector on one end and another type of connector on the other. Jumpers are used in the same manner as patch cords, to connect end devices or network hardware to the structured cabling system.
Fiber optic patch cords come in either single mode or multimode and should be selected to match
the structured cabling system.
The only exception to this is mode conditioning fiber optic patch cords (also known as mode
conditioning fiber jumpers) that are required when transmitting gigabitsignals over 200m on 62.5
micron multimode fiber. When a fiber channel is tested, it is called a channel test if patch cords are
included, but a permanent link test otherwise.
patch cord are with a very low insertion loss value.Most fiber optic patchcord are widely used in CATV,
LANs, telecommunications networks, Gigbit applications, ATM Ethernet etc.
We have Singlemode, Multimode fiber optic patchcord, here below are our standard patchcord
FC/UPC-FC/UPC Singlemode Simplex Fiber Optic Patchcord
LC/UPC-LC/UPC Singlemode Duplex Fiber Optic Patchcord
LC/UPC-MTRJ Singlemode Duplex Fiber Optic Patchcord
LC/PC-LC/PC Multimode Duplex Fiber Optic Patchcord
SC/PC-SC/PC Multimode Duplex Fiber Optic Patchcord
ST/PC-ST/PC Multimode Duplex Fiber Optic Patchcord
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