All Systems Sm Dx BIF 2mm Blue, 30m, sc/apc-sc/apc; Part #ASBJE2R2S77030M
All Systems Broadband
Fiber Jumper Sm Dx BIF 2mm, Blue Jacket w/green boots,
sc/apc-sc/apc, 30 meters; RoHs Compliant;
Singlemode Duplex- Singlemode is typically used in long-haul network connections
spread out over extended areas--longer than a few miles. For example, telcos use it for
connections between switching offices. Singlemode cable features a 9-micron
glass core. Duplex cable consists of two fibers, usually in a zipcord (side-by-side)
style. B/I stands for bi-directional transfer of information, both sending and receiving.
BIF- stands for Bend Insensitive Fiber. Bend insensitive fiber is typically used in
data centers or any space constrained area where tight bends and flexibility are
OFNR- stands for Optical Fiber Nonconductive Riser. This is a cable containing only glass
fiber with no copper conductive elements. It is generally intended for vertical runs between
floors as part of a fiber backbone. This type of cable complies with the Underwriters
Laboratories (UL) fire safety test Riser/1666.
Connectors: SC/APC-SC/APC- SC is a type of fiber optic connector with snap (push-pull
coupling) coupling type and a 2.5 mm diameter ferrule, which is popularly used in single mode
duplex system for its high performance and accurate alignment. SC APC vs SC UPC: What Refers
to APC and UPC? SC APC connector is commonly used in applications that are much more
sensitive to return loss, and requires for high precision signal, such as FTTX (Fiber To The X),
video delivery through RF signal, WDM (wavelength division multiplexing) applications and
analogue equipment like CCTV.
We Also Recommend