4 Core LC-LC Multi Mode Diameter Outdoor GYFJH- FTTA CPRI Base Station 7.0mm LSZH Fiber Optic Patch Cord Cable
Mainly used in wireless base station horizontal and vertical cabling.
1, Good mechanical and environmental characteristics;
2, Flame retardant characteristics meet the requirements of relevant standards;
3, The mechanical characteristics of jacket meet the requirements of relevant standards;
4, Soft, flexible, water blocked, UV resistant, easy to lay and splice, and with big capacity data transmission;
5, Meet various requirements of market and clients
Min. Bend Radius
Range of Temperature
Note: 1. All the values in the table, which are for reference only, are subject to change without notice;
2. The cable dimension and weight are subject to the simplex cable of 2.0 outer diameter;
3. D is outer diameter of the round cable;
Core-Cladding Concentricity Error
Numerical Aperture (NA)
0.200 + 0.015
Step( mean to bidirectional measurement)
Irregularities Over fiber length and point discontinuity
Difference backscatter coefficient (bidirectional measurement)
OFL Bandwidth (MHz.km)
Effective Modal Bandwidth@850nm(MHz.km)
Application support distance on
10Gigabit Ethernet SX
Gigabit Ethernet SX
Gigabit Ethernet LX
1m, 2m….. any length optional.
Length and tolerance
-40C ~ +85C
-40C ~ +85C
High Quality Fiber Optic Cable Guarantee
End face test, insertion loss test and other tests of fiber patch cable ensure high-speed Ethernet network equipment connections.
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.
Questions & Answers
Are these cables compatible with a variety of modules?
Yes, LC cables can be compatible with SFP, SFP+ (BIDI SFP+), XFP. SC cables can be compatible with BIDI SFP, GBIC, X2 and XENPAK.
What's the difference between orange fiber optic cable and aqua? By Joseph Smith
Both OM1 and OM2 are typically orange, the difference being the size, which is why you see both orange 50 and 62.5 micron cables. OM3 and OM4 are typically aqua. Higher speed applications require OM3 and OM4 (or better) for certain distances. And they have different data rate. OM1 and OM2 can support 1Gb and 10Gb speeds, OM3 and OM4 can support 1Gb to 100Gb speeds.