Fiber Optic Technology
Wall-Mountable Connector Housings (WCH)
Part #: IT-WCH-04P
Dimensions: 13.5"H x 16.06"W x 4.06"D
The optimized design provides your network with interconnections or cross-connections capabilities between optoelectronics and outside-plant, riser and distribution cables.
Greenlee 580XL Singlemode Laser Source
Part #: GL-580XL-FC
The 580XL 1310/1550nm Laser Source provides stable calibrated and continuous wave and modulated outputs and can have fixed connector interface for FC, SC or ST. Installers use this laser source in conjunction with the GL-560XL. The 580XL emits the laser and the 560XL detects the breaks or losses.
Kingfisher KL 9600 Series Power Meters
Part #: KI-9600-GE
With 9 traceable calibration wavelengths and tough dust and drop-resistant construction, these power meters are perfect for testing singlemode and multimode fiber optic systems in harsh environments.
MicroCare Fiber Connector Cleaning Sticks
Part #: MCC-S25
Description: 2.5mm Cleaning Sticks, Qty 50
MicroCare’s FiberCare™ Cleaning Sticks are designed with a molded fibrous polymer tip instead of a cloth or foam based tip, which can leave behind lint or other fibers.
Device Technologies Fast-Drop™ Fiber Optic Radius Control Modules
From $2.07 each
Fast-Drop™ Bend Radius Control Modules are a simple and convenient way to avoid micro-bends in your fiber optic applications. The simple “latch on” system attaches to any sheet metal edge up to 0.104” thick and is held horizontally by a zinc plated carbon steel clip.
Black Box Fiber Optic A/B Switches
CableOrganizer.com offers Black Box Fiber Optic A/B Switches and A/B Switches with Loopback. These micro-mirror optical devices are ideal if you need ultra-secure, critical-circuit switching. They are used to switch between two networks or remote devices from a single PC. These Fiber Optic AB Switches are ideal for government, healthcare, financial, or other applications where a private, data-sensitive network connects to a publicly accessible network.
16-Bay Media Converter Chassis - Signamax
This media converter chassis by Signamax can handle high density large business or telco installations in a minimal amount of work space by fitting nicely in only 2 rack spaces.
Fiber Optic Patch Cord Facts
Fiber Optic cabling is made with glass fibers. Provide very little variation in the signal they carry over long distances. The full potential speed fiber optic cabling can carry has not been reached even with Gigabit technology. These cables have greater bandwidth than electrical transmission through wires.
Fiber Optic cabling is constructed of three concentric layers: The "core" is the central region of an optical fiber through which light is transmitted.
Singlemode Patch Cords
Singlemode Patch Cords
Ideal for use in Ethernet, fiber channels, InfiniBand and ATM applications, these individually-packaged patch cords are fully tested to Telcordia standards before leaving the factory.
Megladon Single Mode Scratch Resistant Fiber Optic Patch Cords
Perfect for CATV and high-speed video, these patch cords feature angled-polish connectors (APC) and scratch-resistant technology for excellent performance and long life.
Panduit Fiber Optic Patch Cords – Singlemode
Designed for reliable connections in telecommunications rooms, data centers and offices, these cables are 100% tested for insertion loss, and each cable comes packaged with its own test results.
Multimode Patch Cords
Multimode (50/125um) Patch Cords
Designed to support Ethernet, internet protocol and other lower-speed, shorter-distance applications, these cords are available with five different connector types to suit virtually any application.
Multimode (62.5/125um) Patch Cords
Available in custom colors and lengths with the connectors of your choosing, these made-to-order patch cords are fully tested to Telcordia standards for insertion loss and back reflection.
Megladon Multi Mode Scratch Resistant Fiber Optic Patch Cords
Ideal for use in rough environments, these dust and scratch-resistant patch cords feature a tempered mating surface, are easy to clean, and require less maintenance than other cables.
Megladon 10 Gigabit Multi Mode Scratch Resistant Fiber Optic Patch Cords
Able to deliver speeds up to 10 gigabits for faster network performance, these patch cords are built to withstand several reconnections without signal loss, and are scratch resistant for longer life.
Panduit Fiber Optics Patch Cords – MultiMode
Built to provide reliable, low-maintenance networks, these RoHS-compliant patch cords meet all applicable TIA/EIA, IEC, ISO, UL and NFPA standards, and are pre-tested to ensure quality connections.
Bend-Insensitive Patch Cords
Megladon HLC Scratchguard Bend Insensitive Fiber Optic Patch Cords
Built to withstand harsh environments, these dust and scratch resistant patch cords stand up to potentially abrasive contaminants, and are able to form tighter bends without radius-related loss issues.
- What is Fiber Optic Cable and How Does it Work?
Fiber optic cabling is based on optical fibers, which are long, flexible, hair-width strands of ultra-pure glass. Optical fibers are formed when preform blanks – portions of specially manufactured glass – are heated to between 3000 and 4000 degrees and then drawn out at a rate of up to 66 feet per second.
- Top 5 Reasons to Use Fiber Optic Cables
Are you trying to decide between fiber optic and coaxial cabling for your computer networking application? If the not-so-mere fact that fiber optics have completely revolutionized communications over the past couple of decades isn’t enough for you, CableOrganizer.com would like to share a few more reasons why you should definitely consider fiber optic cable.
- Fiber Optic Cable Jackets and What They Identify
Fiber optic cable jacket colors can make it fast and simple to recognize exactly which type of cable you are dealing with. For example, the color yellow clearly identifies a single mode cable, while orange indicates multimode.
- Fiber Optic Testing
When you’re installing a fiber optic network, one of the most important steps in the operation is testing the newly installed and terminated optical fiber cables, to be sure that they’re functioning properly. Before the testing and certification of a fiber network can begin, there are a couple of points you’ll need to have covered, to ensure that the job is accurately and successfully completed.