Bonelinks has been producing SC patch cords with separate APC and UPC connection endfaces for 10+ years, with a focus on quality and improvement. These cords are designed for use in racks, patch panels, transceivers, and crossover boxes with SC fiber connectors or adapter ports. To ensure ease of use, the SCAPC connector has a green housing, while the SCUPC connector has a blue housing to avoid misplacement and abnormal return loss.
With 6 Sigma quality control and a commitment to lean production, Bonelinks has achieved a 99.97% qualification rate for its finished patch cords, and has received zero customer complaints for three consecutive years. In addition to SC patch cords, Bonelinks also offers LC, FC, ST, MTRJ, and MPO jumper connectors. Our goal is to provide reliable quality support and services to our engineering cablers, contractors, operators, brands, and distributors, and help our customers succeed to the best of our ability.
- High Bandwidth: SC to ST Fiber Patch Cables have a large bandwidth capacity, which enables them to transmit high amounts of data at high speeds.
- Low Signal Loss: The optical fibers used in these cables are designed to minimize signal loss and ensure clear and accurate transmission of data.
- Durable: SC to ST Fiber Patch Cables are designed to withstand harsh environmental conditions and are resistant to temperature, moisture, and physical damage.
- Easy Installation: These cables are relatively easy to install and maintain, making them ideal for use in a variety of applications.
- Data Centers: SC to ST Fiber Patch Cables are widely used in data centers to connect servers, switches, and other networking equipment.
- Local Area Networks (LANs): These cables are commonly used in LANs to connect computers and other network devices.
- Storage Area Networks (SANs): SC to ST Fiber Patch Cables are used in SANs to connect storage devices to servers and switches.
- Video and Broadcast Applications: These cables are used in video and broadcast applications to transmit high-definition video signals over long distances.