Each MTP Breakout Cable is available with 8 to 144 fibers and are most commonly used to assist in upgrading existing 10G networks to higher performing 40G and 100G rates.
|Connector A||MTP||Connector B||LC/SC/FC/ST|
|Fiber Mode||OM4 (OM3) 50/125μm||Wavelength||850/1300nm|
|40/100G Ethernet Distance||150m at 850nm||10G Ethernet Distance||400m|
|MTP Connector IL||0.35dB||LC Connector IL||≤0.2dB|
|MTP Connector RL||≥20dB||LC Connector RL||≥30dB|
|Attenuation at 850nm||≤2.3dB/km||Attenuation at 1300nm||≤0.6dB/km|
|Cable Diameter||3.0mm||Breakout Leg||2.0/0.9mm|
|Cable Jacket||OFNP/LSZH||Minimum Bend Radius||7.5mm|
|Installation Tensile Load||100 N||Long-Term Tensile Load||50 N|
|Operating Temperature||-10°C to +70°C||Storage Temperature||-40°C to +85°C|
1. Low insertion loss;
2. Good repeatability;
3. High echo loss;
4. Good interpolation performance;
5. Good temperature stability;
6. Strength resistance.
Patch cables are used for connections to CATV (Cable Television), telecommunication networks, computer fiber networks and fiber test equipment. Medical communication,Applications include communication rooms, FTTH (Fiber to The Home), LAN (Local Area Network),FOS (fiber optic sensor), Fiber Optic Communication System, Optical fiber connected and transmitted equipment, Defense combat readiness, etc.