LC UPC to LC UPC Duplex 2.0mm PVC(OFNR)
OS2 Singlemode Bend Insensitive Fiber Patch Cable
"Single-mode fiber" Explanation: Generally, when v is less than 2.405, only one peak in the fiber passes, so it is called a single-mode fiber. Its core is very thin, about 8-10 microns, and the mode dispersion is very small. It affects fiber transmission. The main factor of band width is various dispersions, and mode dispersion is the most important. The dispersion of single-mode fiber is small, so it can transmit light in a wide frequency band for a long distance.
LC UPC to LC UPC 9/125 OS2 Single Mode Bend Insensitive Fiber Optic Cable
Single-mode fiber has a core diameter of 10 micron, which can allow single-mode beam transmission, which can reduce the limitations of bandwidth and Modal dispersion. However, because the single-mode fiber core diameter is too small, it is difficult to control the beam transmission, so Extremely expensive lasers are needed as the light source body, and the main limitation of single-mode optical cables is material dispersion. Single-mode optical cables mainly use lasers to obtain high-frequency bandwidth. Since LEDs will distribute a large number of light sources with different bandwidths, material dispersion requirements Very important.
Single-mode fiber can support longer transmission distance than multimode fiber. In 100Mbps Ethernet or 1G Gigabit network, single-mode fiber can support transmission distance of more than 5000m.
LC UPC to LC UPC
125 ± 1 µm
G.657.A1 (Compatible with G.652)
Minimum Bend Radius
-40 ~ 75°C
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Smart & Reliable - Bendable Optical Fiber
|G. 657. A1 Bend Insensitive Fiber|
v BIF Cable can be stapled and bent around corners without sacrificing performance.
Zirconia Ceramic Ferrule
Optimum IL and RL ensure stable signal transmission, protecting your network safety.
10mm Minimum Bend Diameter
The bend performance improves duct utilization, enabling smaller enclosures
Bend Insensitive Fiber Optic Cable Structure
Single-mode fiber core diameter is much thinner, only 8 ~ 10μm. Because only one mode is transmitted, there is no inter-mode dispersion, the total dispersion is small, and the bandwidth is wide. Single-mode optical fiber is used in the wavelength range of 1.3 ~ 1.6μm. By appropriately designing the refractive index distribution of the optical fiber and using highly pure materials to prepare a cladding 7 times larger than the core, it can achieve the lowest loss and Minimum dispersion.
Single-mode fiber is used in long-distance, large-capacity fiber optic communication systems, fiber local area networks, and various fiber sensors.
Innovative Design for Smaller Denser Cabling
Standard fiber cable can be damaged when cabling in tight spaces and sharp corners. But BIF solves the problem and protects your cable's installation and running.
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.
Single-mode fiber classification
Types of standards stipulated by ITU for optical fiber:
G.651 is a multimode fiber.
G.652 is a conventional single-mode fiber with a zero dispersion point at 1300nm, which has the smallest dispersion; at the same time, it is divided into four types of G.652A, B, C, and D according to PMD.
G. 653 is a dispersion-shifted fiber (DSF), with 1550nm as the zero dispersion point. The principle is to shift the dispersion through waveguide dispersion, so that low loss and zero dispersion are at the same operating wavelength. But at the same time, zero dispersion is not conducive to multi-channel WDM transmission, because when the number of multiplexed channels is large, the channel spacing is small, then a nonlinear optical effect called four-wave mixing (FWM) will occur. The effect mixes two or three transmission wavelengths, creating new and harmful frequency components, resulting in crosstalk between channels. If the dispersion of the optical fiber line is zero, the interference of FWM will be very serious; if there is a small amount of dispersion, the interference of FWM will be reduced. In response to this phenomenon, scientists have developed a new type of optical fiber, NZ-DSF.
G. 654 optical fiber is ultra-low loss optical fiber, mainly used in transoceanic optical cable, its core is pure silica, and the ordinary fiber core should be doped with germanium. The loss around 1550nm is the smallest, only 0.185dB / km, but the dispersion in this area is relatively large, about 17 ~ 20 ps / [nm * km], and the dispersion in the 1300nm wavelength area is zero.
G. 655 fiber is a non-zero dispersion-shifted fiber (NZ-DSF), which is divided into 655A, B, and C. The main feature is that the dispersion at 1550nm is close to zero, but not zero. It is an improved dispersion-shifted fiber to suppress four-wave mixing.
G. 656 fiber is the future-oriented fiber, and the operating wavelength of G656 has been significantly increased, including S, C and L bands (1460 to 1625nm).
G.657 optical fiber, the International Telecommunication Union ITU-T released in December 2006 the standard recommendations of "Characteristics of bending loss-insensitive single-mode optical fiber and optical cable for access network", namely the G.657 optical fiber standard. G.657 optical fiber is divided into A type and B type optical fiber. At the same time, according to the principle of minimum bendable radius, the bending grade is divided into 1, 2, and 3 grades, of which 1 corresponds to a minimum bending radius of 10mm and 2 corresponds to 7.5 mm minimum bending radius, 3 corresponds to 5mm minimum bending radius. Combining these two principles, G.657 fiber is divided into four subcategories, G.657.A1, G.657.A2, G.657.B2 and G.657.B3.