LC to FC Fiber Patch Cords

LC to FC fiber patch cords is designed and manufactured for use in CATV, broadcast systems or fiber optic patch panels where LC and FC ports need to be connected so that optical signals can be transmitted in the 850nm, 1310nm and 1550nm wavelength bands. Single-mode LC to FC patch cords are typically made with yellow PVC or LSZH jacketed fiber optic cable to match the green pigtail on the APC contact side and the blue or black pigtail on the UPC contact side, while multimode LC to FC patch cords is typically made with orange OM2 LSZH jacketed fiber optic cable to match the beige LC and black FC connector pigtails to distinguish the fiber type. In order to ensure the signal source has stable and excellent static reflection in the working wavelength, the LCAPC to FCAPC fiber connector uses 8° angled APC tip to ensure stable transmission of the reflected light source inside the fiber to achieve stable signal transmission.

Bonelinks strictly controls the physical performance of each fiber and each connector in each fiber patch cable, not only testing the cleanliness of the end face during the manufacturing process, but also testing the attenuation, return loss value and 3D deflection after the finished product. For network transmission projects requiring APC patch cords with insertion loss less than 0.15dB and return loss greater than 65dB, Bonelinks is able to use high precision cores and grinding processes to help communications engineers, contractors or distributors achieve reliable and consistent network speeds.

Patchcord Type

Singlemode or Multimode

Patchcord Cores

Simplex or Duplex

Connector

LC FC

Connector Endface

APC/UPC

Operating Wavelength (nm)

850/1310/1550

Fiber Type

G652D/G657A/OM2

Patchcord Color

Yellow/Orange

Cable Jacket

LSZH or PVC

Length (m)

From 0.5 to 10

Output Length (m)

From 0.5 to 10

Temperature Range

Installation

-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )

Operation

-40℃ to 85℃ (-22°F to 185°F )

Storage/Transport

-40℃ to 85℃ (-40°F to 185°F )

Mechanical Properties

Insertion Loss (dB)

Typical Values≤0.3; Max Values≤0.35

Mating (times)

≥1000

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