We can pre-terminate your fiber cables for your particular application with a vast selection of connector types such as LC, SC, ST, FC and even MTRJ or MTP connectors.
Called Lucent Connectors, Little Connectors or Local Connectors, these snap-in connectors are typically used for high density connections and are compatible with plug-and-play devices such as SFP modules and XFP transceivers.
Referred to as Subscriber Connectors, Square Connectors or Standard Connectors, these push-pull connectors are the most common choice for FTTH (fiber to the home) applications in use for Datacom and Telcom. GBIC modules also require this connector type.
These Straight Tip connectors utilize a bayonet-style coupling type, enabling a simple twist-on and twist-off installation.
Mechanical Transfer-Registered Jack ("MTRJ") closely resembles an RJ-style modular plug, even getting part of its name from the resemblance and are always duplex in that they hold two fibers.
Ferrule Connectors ("FC") utilize a screw-on coupling type to be used in high-vibration environments and are commonly used for datacom, telecom, measurement equipment and single-mode lasers. They are slowly becoming less common in today's expanding fiber optic world.
The MTP ("Multifiber Termination Push-on") connector is a multifiber connector developed by USConec that contains up to twelve optical fibers within a single ferrule. Each MTP contains 12 fibers or 6 duplex channels in a connector smaller than most duplex connections in use today. It is designed as a high-performance version of the MPO and will interconnect with MPO connectors.