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This MPO/MTP® Cassette Module is compatible with all LGX patch panels.
MPO/MTP® to LC Cassette Module, Multimode OM3 50/125, Type A, 24 LC Ports
The 12 and 24 fiber MPO/MTP® to LC cassette is built specifically for high density fiber cable data solutions. This LGX style MPO/MTP cassette will match the LGX universal footprint and fits most LGX style fiber patch panels.
The MPO/MTP® cassette comes pre-terminated with either 12 of 24 LC connections on the front panel and one 12 fiber MPO/MTP® connection or two 12 fiber MPO/MTP® connections in the back. Inside the MPO/MTP® cassette there is either one or two 12 fiber harnesses that breakout from the LC connector in the front to the MPO/MTP® connector in the back, giving a quick and easy plug-and-play data solution.
- Type A Polarity
- MPO/MTP® to Duplex LC Connections
- Multimode OM3 50/125 Fiber Type
- Available in 12 or 24 Fiber Counts
- LGX Style Footprint
- quick and easy plug-and-play data solution
Width: 5.12" (130mm)
Height: 1.14" (29mm)
Depth: 506" (128.6mm)
MTP® High Density Cassettes
A cassette is a packaged, pre-terminated cabling assembly that transitions from multi-fiber cables and array connectors to traditional single-fiber connectors. Our cassettes are fitted with 12 or 24 LC Connections on the front and one or two 12-fiber MTP®/MPO adapters on the back depending on if they are 12 or 24 fiber. The type of adapter mounted at the rear of a cassette defines it as either a Type A or Type B MTP®/MPO modular cassette.
Type A Cassette
Type A MTP®/MPO cassette uses a “key up to key down” adapter connection between the internal MPO/MTP® connector and the MPO/MTP® array cable connector.
Type B Cassette
Type B MTP®/MPO cassette uses a “key up to key up” adapter connection between the internal MPO/MTP® connector and the MPO/MTP® array cable connector.
Note: Method A cassette works for both single-mode and multimode channels, while there is a limitation of Method B cassette: it doesn’t allow the use of an angled polished (APC) single-mode connector.