The Fiber Optic Pigtail is normally a tight buffered fiber cable with a connector pre-terminated on one end and exposed fiber on the other. The stripped or pre-terminated end is intended to be connected to the terminated end of a single mode or multimode fiber through a fusion or mechanical splicing process. The Fiber Optic Pigtail can be fitted with either male or female connectors on the end opposite of the pre-terminated end. Female connectors can be mounted in a patch panel, while male connectors can be plugged into optical transceivers.
Heighten Transmission Through a Prime Connection
When utilized properly, the Fiber Optic Pigtail allows light signal transmission with minimal return loss and low attenuation. The pre-terminated fiber reduces installation time and ensures accuracy. Make sure your network is reinforced with Fiber Savvy’s Fiber Pigtails, as ours are manufactured of unsurpassed quality materials.
The Fiber Optic Pigtails, SC, 12 Strand Jacketed, 3 Meter (APC, UPC, OM1, OM3) are available in both single and multimode versions with either APC or UPC polish types. Our Fiber Pigtails come with a partial outer jacket, protecting the tight buffers from damage. If installed in a high-density application, the outer jacket can be easily removed to accommodate a tighter bend radius for the pigtails; pre-terminated fiber reduces installation time, ensuring accuracy.
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