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3m (10ft) LC to SC OM2 Mode Conditioning PVC (OFNR) Fibre Optic Patch Lead
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3m (10ft) LC to SC OM2 Mode Conditioning PVC (OFNR) Fibre Optic Patch Lead

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FS P/N: MC-LCE-SC-OM2-3M
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LC SM (Equip) to SC OM2 50/125μm Mode Conditioning Fibre Patch Cable


Mode conditioning patch cables (MCP) are used to adapt the single mode output of a Gigabyte Ethernet (1000BASE-LX) transceiver to a 50/125 multimode cable plant. FS supplies standard and customised mode conditioning patch cords in 62.5/125 and 50/125, which are specified for 1000BASE-LX/LH and 10GBASE-LRM transceivers transmitting in the 1300nm window and applied in multimode plants. They are fully compliant with IEEE 802.3z application standards, and applied in Telecommunication Systems, Metropolitan Area Networks and LANs.
ConnectorLC to SCFiber Mode9/125μm and 50/125μm
Connector PolishUPC to UPCOperating Wavelength850nm and 1310nm
Insertion Loss< 0.5 dB@ 1310 nm
(SM to MM Plus Connector loss)
Return Loss> 55 dB
(SM connector)
Coupled Power Ratio12dB≤CPR≤20dBJacket OD2.0mm
Jacket MaterialPVCDurability1000 times
Operating Temperature-40 to 75°CStorage Temperature-40 to 85°C

Product Details

LC Equip to SC OM2 Mode Conditioning Fiber Optic Patch Cable

Compliant with IEEE 802.3z standard, MCP Cable is specially used for singlemode and multimode interconnection and applicated over multimode plants in Gigabit Ethernet.

Mode Conditioning Cables  LC Equip to SC OM2 Mode Conditioning Fiber Optic Patch Cable

Mode Conditioning Cables Different Connector Colors Design
Different Connector Colors Design

Blue for singlemode and Creamy-white for multimode, different connector colors design is easier for recognition and installation.

Low Insertion Loss Connectors

The tightly tolerance ceramic ferrules ensure consistent low loss to make your network operate smoothly.

Mode Conditioning Cables  Low Insertion Loss Connectors
Mode Conditioning Cables Centerline Offset Splice
Centerline Offset Splice

It can help avoid Differential Mode Delay effects, which severely limit the cable distance lengths for operating Gigabit Ethernet.


Mode Conditioning Patch Cable Installation over Multimode Cable Plant

Mode Conditioning Patch Cable utilizes both singlemode and multimode fiber enabling a singlemode signal to be correctly sent through a multimode network. For this application, the singlemode end of a mode conditioning cable should always be connected to the equipment side, while the multimode end should be connected to the plant side.

Mode Conditioning Cables  Mode Conditioning Patch Cable Installation over Multimode Cable Plant

Application in Data Center

Collocated with 1000BASE-LX or 10GBASE-LRM transceivers Mode Conditioning Patch Cable can apply to singlemode and multimode interconnection of internal Data Center.

Mode Conditioning Cables  Application in Data Center

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