MTP®/MPO cable assembly use MPO or MTP® multi-fiber connectors. MTP®/MPO Fiber Patch Cord greatly saves space and is very convenient to use. Based on single ferrule MT technology, the MPO Fiber Patch Cord assemblies provide up to 72 fiber connections in a single point, reducing the physical space and labor requirement, while providing the same bandwidth capacity of a multi-fiber cable with individual fiber connector terminations per cable.
Typically with MT series like MTP®/MPO fiber connectors, these MTP®/MPO Patch Cord features multi-fiber connections in the same single-core fiber optic patch cord. Except for Standard MTP/MPO cable assemblies including MTP®/MTP® harness cable, shuffle cable, hydra cable and trunk cable, we also provide other types like IP68 MTP®/MPO fiber cable, MTP®/MPO loopback adapter and so on for different applications.
T & S MTP® / MPO cable assemblies meet the requirements of IEC61754, IEC61755, TIA568, GR1435 and other standards, and adopts a push-pull locking structure with male and female heads to ensure butt tightness and low loss. Single head loss of SM product: conventional product IL ≤ 0.75db, RL ≥ 60dB; elite product IL ≤ 0.35db, RL ≥ 60dB. Single head loss of MM product: conventional product IL ≤ 0.60db, RL ≥ 20dB; elite product IL ≤ 0.35db, RL ≥ 20dB. The optical fiber channel is used for termination and supports high bandwidth applications. It is specially designed to save cable management time and high-density fiber distribution area. The outer diameter of the optical cable can match the pre-termination of Ø 2.0 ~ 5.5mm, and the spring elasticity of 9.8N and 20n can be matched; mm supports 10g, 40g, 100g and 400g applications.
MPO To MPO Fiber Cable Assemblies
MPO cable assemblies are also referred to multi-fiber push-on cable assemblies, which are fiber connectors with multiple optical fibers. It is also acknowledged as an array connector with more than 2 fibers. Generally, in the common data center uses, MPO Connectors are typically available with 8, 12 or 24 fibers. Most MPO fiber optic cable assemblies have 12 fibers arranged along the center of a rectangular ferrule. They are paired in the same way as the traditional LC, SC, and ST connectors, except that the MPO connector needs a male connector to connect to a female connector.