Polarity simply means that the Tx on one side should connect to the Rx on the other side and vice-versa. In any installation, it is important to ensure that the transmitter at one end matches the corresponding receiver at the other end. FS provides a number of intelligent solutions that can help you manage and optimize your network and its connectivity.
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Base-8 infrastructure requires Type B components to maintain the correct polarity scheme. Base-8 MTP®/MPO is SR4 ready, meaning that the backbone connectivity has the same fiber count as the SR4 transceiver. Please note, although SR4 is an 8 fiber interface, the Base-12 MTP®/MPO connector is still compatible with it.
The TIA-568-C.0 standard Method A uses a single module type wired in a "straight-through" configuration and two different patch cords in an optical circuit. But, with our type A and type AF cassette, not need for A-to-A patch cable any more.
Method B employs key up to key up adapters to link straight-through key up to key up cables to fiber cassettes. The fiber channel is completed by flipping the second cassette. Both type B1 and type B2 cassette are needed in this solution.
A Type A (1-13, 2-14...11-23, 12-24) MTP®/MPO Trunk cable is highly recommanded choice for Base-24 solutions. With our type A and type AF cassette, not need for A-to-A patch cable any more.
When connecting arrays for parallel signals, the Type-A backbone is connected on each end to a patch panel. On one end of the optical link, a Type-A array patch cord is used to connect patch panel ports to their respective parallel transceiver ports. On the other end of the optical link, a Type-B array patch cord is used to connect panel ports to their respective parallel transceiver ports. In each optical path there shall be only one Type-B array patch cord( as figure 1 showded). When connecting parallel signals, the Type-B backbone is connected on each end to a patch panel. Type-B array patch cords are then used to connect the patch panel ports to their respective parallel transceiver ports( as figure 2 showded).
Provide crucial insight into the status of each connection in your 10G/40G/100G environment.
Unique polarity design considerations to ensure reliable system performance.
Supporting the performance guarantee and the applications warranty for the entire solution.
Incorporated into the TIA-568-C.0 standard to facilitate use of MTP® connectorized optical cables.