LC/UPC-LC/UPC Duplex 2.0mm PVC OM5 Fiber Patch Cords
What is OM5
According to ISO / IEC 11801, OM5 fiber provides a wider wavelength range between 850nm and 953nm. It was created to support Short Wavelength Division Multiplexing (SWDM), which is one of many new technologies developed to transmit 40Gb / s and 100Gb / s. In June 2016, the new broadband multimode fiber standard ANSI / TIA-492AAAE was approved for publication. In October 2016, OM5 fiber was announced as the official name of the wiring that includes WBMMF (Broadband Multimode Fiber) in ISO / IEC 11801. Since then, OM5 may become a potential new option for data centers that require greater link distance. Higher speed..
|Connector Type||LC/SC||Polish Type||UPC to UPC|
|Fiber Mode||OM5 50/125μm||Wavelength||850/1300nm|
|40G Ethernet Distance||440m at 850nm||100G Ethernet Distance||150m at 850nm|
|Insertion Loss||≤0.3dB||Return Loss||≥20dB|
|Fiber Grade||Bend Insensitive||Minimum Bend Radius||7.5mm|
|Attenuation at 850nm||3.0 dB/km||Attenuation at 1300nm||1.0 dB/km|
|Effective Modal Bandwidth (at 850nm)||≥4700 MHz·km||Effective Modal Bandwidth (at 953nm)||≥2470 MHz·km|
|Fiber Count||Duplex||Cable Diameter||2.0mm|
|Cable Jacket||PVC||Polarity||A(Tx) to B(Rx)|
|Operating Temperature||-20~80°C||Storage Temperature||-40~80°C|
Smart & Reliable - Bendable Optical Fiber
The industry standard duplex fiber connector meets EIA/TIA 604-2 with ceramic ferrule for high speed cabling networks.
Bend Insensitive Fiber-
BIF Cable can be stapled and bent around corners without sacrificing performance.
7.5mm Minimum Bend Radius-The bend performance improves duct utilization, enabling smaller enclosures.
Zirconia Ceramic Ferrule-Optimum IL and RL ensure stable signal transmission, protecting your network safety.
OM4 and OM5: What is the difference?
Since OM1 and OM2 optical fibers cannot support data transmission speeds of 25 Gbps and 40 Gbps, OM3 and OM4 are the main choices for multimode optical fibers that support 25G, 40G and 100G Ethernet. However, as bandwidth requirements increase, the cost of fiber optic cables supporting the next-generation Ethernet speed migration is also increasing. In this context, OM5 fiber was born to expand the advantages of multimode fiber in the data center.
The key difference between them is that at 4700 MHz-km, the EMB of the OM4 fiber is only specified at 850 nm, while the OM5 EMB value is specified at 850 nm and 953 nm, and the value at 850 nm is greater than OM4. Therefore, OM5 fiber provides users with longer distances and more fiber options. In addition, TIA has designated lime green as the official cable jacket color for OM5, while OM4 is the water jacket. OM4 is designed for 10Gb / s, 40Gb / s and 100Gb / s transmission, but OM5 is designed for 40Gb / s and 100Gb / s transmission, which can reduce the number of optical fibers for high-speed transmission.
In addition, the OM5 cable can support four SWDM channels, each channel carrying 25G data, using a pair of multimode fiber to provide 100G Ethernet. In addition, it is fully compatible with OM3 and OM4 fibers. OM5 can be used in a variety of enterprise environments worldwide, from campus to building to data center. In short, OM5 fiber is better than OM4 in transmission distance, speed and cost.
Packing & Labeling
Eco-Friendly Packaging & Labeling
This easy to take and well-protected fiber optical cable package has been labeled and marked by FOCC as default. Customized label or package solution are available on request.