|Aplication:||Data Centers,pre-terminated Installations||Front Panel:||LC , SC , ST , FC , E2000|
|Product Name:||24 Fiber Rack Mounted MPO/MTP Fiber Optic Patch Panel||Tray:||12/24/48/72/96 Fiber|
|Product Type:||Slide-out Drawer Enclosure With Splice Trays||Dimensions:||1.75"H X 17.0"W X 14.0"D,485mmx294mmx44mm|
fiber optic parts and accessories,
fiber optic accessories
1U 2U 3U black standard size LC / SC / ST / FC port fiber optic panel
1. Standard size, light weight and reasonable structure
2. Splice tray inside changeable
3. Can be used in 19'', 23'' standard distribution frame
4. Suitable for ribbon and single fiber
5. Various panel plate to fit different adapter interface
6. Front mark on the plate is easy for identification and operation
7. 24C, 36C, 48C, 72C optional, with or without fiber optic pigtails and adapters
8. Easy for management and operation
1U 2U 3U black standard size LC / SC / ST / FC port fiber optic panel include MPO / MTP cable and adapters are also known as fiber distribution panels. They make it easy to terminate fiber optic cables and provide access to the cable’s individual fibers for cross connection.
A basic fiber optic panel is typically a metal enclosure that encloses the adapter panels and fiber splice trays. Splice trays allow fibers to be fused together with fiber optic pigtails which in turn are plugged into the fixed inside ports of the adapter panels.
The inside ports of the panel is usually fixed, meaning that the cables aren’t disconnected at any point. The outside ports of the panel is reserved for fiber patch cables that can be plugged and unplugged frequently to arrange the connections between devices as needed.
Fiber patch panel has two compartments. One contains the bulkhead receptacles or adapters, and the other is used for splice tray and excess fiber storage.
slide-out rack mount fiber optic enclosure, loaded with 3 pcs of LC multimode duplex adaptor and splice tray ... 6 port 19-inch slide-out rack mount fiber optic closure, loaded with 6 pcs of ST singlemode adaptor and splice tray.
There different models to fit for 12 core fiber,24 core fiber,36 core fiber,48 core fiber, 72 core fiber,96 core fiber,144 core fiber applications. They can be with different adapter interface including the SC, ST, FC, LC MTRJ,e2000 etc . Related fiber accessories and pigtails are optional.
1. Telecommunications subscriber loop
2. Fiber to the home (FTTH)
Mechanical and environmental characteristics:
|rack mount||12 /24 /48 /96 core||1U||430*354.1*44mm|
For fiber links to properly send data, the transmit signal (Tx) at one end of the cable must match the corresponding receiver (Rx) at the other end. The purpose of any polarity scheme is to ensure this continuous connection, and this becomes a bit more complex when dealing with multi-fiber components. Industry standards call out three different polarity methods—Method A, Method B and Method C. And each method uses different types of MPO cables.
Method A uses Type A straight-through MPO trunk cables with a key up connector on one end and a key down connector on the other end so that the fiber located in Position 1 arrives at Position 1 at the other end. When using Method A for duplex applications, making the transceiver-receiver flip is required in a patch cord at one end.
Method B uses key up connectors on both ends to achieve the transceiver-receiver flip so that the fiber located in Position 1 arrives at Position 12 at the opposite end, the fiber located in Position 2 arrives at Position 11 at the opposite end and so on. For duplex applications, Method B uses straight A-B patch cords on both ends.
Method C uses a key up connector on one end and a key down on the other end like Method A, but the flip happens within the cable itself where each pair of fibers is flipped so that the fiber in Position 1 arrivers at Position 2 at the opposite end and the fiber in Position 2 arrives at Position 1. While this method works well for duplex applications, it does not support parallel 8-fiber 40 and 100 Gig application and is therefore not recommended.
With three different polarity methods and the need to use the correct type of patch cords for each, deployment mistakes can be common. Thankfully, Fluke Networks’ MultiFiber™ Pro allows users to test individual patch cords, permanent links and channels for correct polarity.
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