891818OS2DXXXMR2 - TAA Compliant Fiber Patch Cable, LC-LC, UPC, Singlemode 9/125 Micron OS2 Fiber, Senko Uniboot & 3 sets of Pull Tabs (44mm, 64mm, 84mm)2.0mm OFNR Rated

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Inspection DataThe LightWave Senko Uniboot LC-LC Uni-boot Singlemode OS2 Fiber Optic Patch Cable is a perfect combination of high performance, low data loss and cost efficiency. Now featuring a rigid Push-Pull Tab that allows for connector insertion as well as diconnect. When it comes to telecommunications applications, this is a cable that can easily match the demands of your business and budget.

 

Technical Drawing - LC to LC Fiber Optic Patch Cable

The LC-LC fiber optic cable features a UPC polish and can send data over a 9/125 micron glass fiber 1Gbps link a distance of up to 10,000 meters at a wavelength of 1310nm. For a 10Gbps link, you can transfer data a distance of up to 5,000 meters at a 1310nm wavelength or up to 30,000 meters at a 1550nm wavelength.

Inspection DataThis LC-LC singlemode cable, along with all other LightWave brand fiber optic patch cables, is assembled to meet and exceed industry performance standards, and each product is individually tested to make sure you receive the highest possible quality, and those test results will be included with your cable.

 

Features

  • Push-Pull Tab
  • Singlemode OS2 9/125 micron glass
  • Easy disengagement in dense spaces
  • Duplex assembly
  • UPC Finish

 

Optical Characteristics

Fiber Description & Type Typical Attenuation (dB/km)) 1 Gbps Ethernet Distance (Meters) 10 Gbps Ethernet Distance (Meters)
Singlemode, Tight Buffer 1310nm 1383nm 1550nm 1625nm 1310nm 1310nm 1550nm
900 Micron 0.65 --- 0.65 --- 10,000 5,000 30,000
2mm/3mm Breakout 1.00 --- 1.00 --- 10,000 5,000 30,000
NOTES: Non-standard colors are special order custom cables and require a 5-7 day lead time. These are Non-Cancelable and Non-Returnable once they go into production.

Dust caps on the connector tips are there for the protection of the fiber in the ferrules.