At TANGPIN, Various types of fiber optic patch cords can be customized according to customer requirements, such as SC patch cords, LC patch cords, FC patch cords, ST patch cords, E2000 patch cords, MT-RJ patch cords, MPO/MTP patch cords; FTTH (Fiber to Home) patch cables, FTTA (Fiber to Antenna) patch cables, or armored patch cables, etc. Whether you need single mode fiber (SMF) or multimode fiber (MMF) patch cords, APC polishing or UPC polishing, simplex or duplex, we will provide you with services.
TANGPIN has worked with over 500+ customers, and over 60% of our clients are telecom carriers & internet service providers. In our domestic market, we've contracted with some FTTH projects of China Mobile and China Telecom, and won some tenders, Zhengzhou Metro station project, Hunan Radio, and Television Broadcast Network projects & University town Project, and so on. Our overseas customers are mainly from Southeast Asia, Europe, and Africa, such as Telkom, T-Mobile, AsiaCell, AWCC, PMCL, FiberNet, etc.
Fiber patch cable also can be referred to as fiber patch cord/lead, or fiber optic jumper. It is a piece of fiber optic cable with connectors at both ends. Normally, it is connected to optical transceivers in routers, switches or other telecommunication equipment such as optical network terminals (ONT) or optical line terminals (OLT).
Network Cable Classification And Explanation
A network cable, a medium that transmits information from a network device (such as a computer) to another network device, is the basic component of a network connectivity. In our commonly used local area networks, there are many types of network cables used. Under normal circumstances, a typical local area network generally does not use a variety of different types of network cables to connect network devices. In large networks or wide area networks, different types of network cables are used to connect different types of networks together. Among the many types of network cables, the specific network cable to be used should be selected according to the network topology, network structure standards and transmission speed.
Fiber Patch Cable Standards
TIA 604 (FOCUS)
Structure of the Fiber Optic Patch Cable
Fiber Major components of a fiber cable are the core, cladding, Kevlar, and jacket.
Connector The connector is the piece that plugs into the equipment. It usually features some kind of locking mechanism, such as a tab.
Fiber + Connector Fiber patch cables are the combination of fiber optic cables with connectors on each end.