72 Fiber MTP Cables
72 Fiber MTP Cables
These premium 72 Fiber MTP Cables are most commonly used to establish 100G links between devices, such as using CPAK to CPAK transceivers to establish a CPAK-100G-SR10 connection with multimode fiber (OM4). Additional compatible transceivers and applications include CFP2 to CFP2 for a 100GBASE-SR10 link and CXP to CXP link for CXP-100G-SR10 or CXP-100G-SR12. The single-mode (OS2) fiber may be utilized with CPAK to CPAK transceivers to create a CPAK 10x10G0LR link.
72 Fiber MTP Cables are constructed with higher performing MPO connectors known as MTP fiber connectors. Each MTP® Fiber Cable reduces the amount of insertion loss, device wear and tear, and maintains a secure physical connection. As the amount of fiber cables increase in a network, the amount of insertion loss may eventually reduce performance and reliability.
Each 72 Fiber MTP-MTP Cable is available with pinned (male) to pinned, non-pinned (female) to non-pinned, or pinned to non-pinned connectors in order to ensure compatibility with numerous networking devices. These are constructed with two configurations; six 12 fiber MTP fiber connectors, or three 24 fiber MTP connectors. This allows for compatibility with a wide range of devices, and may help reduce the amount of individual fiber cables within a network. Common MTP fiber cable lengths range from 1 to 150 meters, and additional lengths are available upon special request. MTP fiber connector polish includes the standard Ultra Polished Connector (UPC) or Angle Polished Connector (APC).
SanSpot MTP / MPO network design engineers can evaluate your unique situation and recommend a suitable complimentary cable configuration, including determining MTP polarity methods. Please feel free to contact us at toll-free at 1-800-720-3860 or email email@example.com.
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