Bending insensitive fiber optic cables is less attenuated when bent or twisted, which makes the installation and maintenance of fiber optic cables more efficient. It also saves more space for high-density cabling in data centers and other enterprise networks.
|LC UPC to LC UPC
|125 ± 1 µm
|G.657.A1 (Compatible with G.652)
|Minimum Bend Radius
|-40 ~ 75°C
The G.657 access network with bending attenuation insensitive single-mode fiber optic cable characteristics” is the standard that ITU-T issued in November 2006.
G.657 Fiber is the latest fiber variety developed based on G.652 fiber to achieve the goal of fiber-to-the-home. The main characteristic of this type of fiber is its excellent bending resistance, which achieves a bending radius of 1/4 to 1/2 of the conventional G.652 fiber. G.657 fiber sub-A, B two subcategories, in which G.657A fiber performance and its application environment and G.652D type fiber similar, can be in the 1260 to 1625nm wide wavelength range (i.e. O, E, S, C, L5 working bands) work The G.657B fiber mainly works at 1310nm, 1550nm and 1625nm 3 wavelength windows, which is more suitable for the transmission of FTTH information, installation in the interior or building and other narrow places.
Features and benefits
The terminal is designed and tested according to the telcordia GR-326.
Insertion loss is less than or equal to 0.25 dB, exceeding industry standard
Support for industry standard single-mode connectors
Single-mode G.657.A1 and A2 bendinsensitive fiberglass
Available in single-man, double-circular and double zip line configurations
Compact sheath design minimizes cable build-up
Industry standard terminals include ST, SC, FC, LC
Indoor bend insensitive LC fiber jumpers provide an economical solution for deploying fiber in any fiber network. Stable environment, low insertion loss, minimal back reflection, all components are 100% tested.