Tripp Lite N366-01M-AP Duplex Singlemode 8.3/125 Fiber Patch Cable (LC to SC/APC) 3 Feet

ITEM #: TRL-N366-01M-AP MFG #: N366-01M-AP

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    N366-01M-AP - Overview

    Tripp Lite's 3-foot, singlemode duplex fiber optic LC to SC/APC patch cable is manufactured from 8.3/125 zipcord fiber. The cable has SC Angle Physical Polish connectors on one end, LC connectors on the other, a PVC jacket, and is FDDI and OFNR rated. Duplex single mode fiber is most commonly used in LAN applications. The Angled connector face prevents light entering the fiber to bounce back into the laser, destabilizing it. Check your fiber transceivers user manual to see if an APC cable is warranted.

    • Features:

      • LC to SC/APC (Angle Physical Contact), 1Meter Fiber Patch cable
      • Manufactured from 8.3/125 duplex (zipcord) fiber
      • PVC jacket
      • Length: 3-foot
      • Connectors: 2 SC (Green ) and 2 LC connectors on each end
      • Insertion loss testing performed on every connector (0.2db typical) and provided with cable
      • Beveled edge on ends of glass makes insertion of plug a breeze
      • Fiber made from glass (not a polymer)
      • Fiber optic distributed data interface (FDDI) rated
      • OFNR (riser rated)
    • Specifications:

      • Clad Diameter: 125
      • Core Diameter: 8.3
      • Number of Fibers: 2
      • Cable Length (ft.): 3.3
      • Cable Length (m): 0.9
      • Color: Yellow
      • Side A - Connector 1: LC DUPLEX (MALE)
      • Side B - Connector 1: SC DUPLEX (MALE)
      • Product Warranty Period (Worldwide): Lifetime limited warranty
    • Item Includes:

      • 3-foot Duplex SMF 8.3/125 Patch Cable, LC to SC/APC
    • Warranty:

      • Lifetime
    • GTIN:


    N366-01M-AP - Required Accessories

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