Available in Single-Mode with UPC polish type

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    SC Fiber Pigtail, 6 Strand Jacketed, 3 Meter (9.84 feet)

    Available in Single-Mode with UPC Polish Type and Multimode OM1

    Fiber pigtails are a great solution for fusion splicing inside of a fiber optic enclosure. Each strand is terminated on one end and the other end is left blunt so that it can be spliced to your drop cable to eliminate the need of pesky field terminations. Our fiber pigtails come with a partial outer jacket to help protect the tight buffer fibers from being damaged. If space is a premium, the outer jacket can easily be removed, allowing the pigtails to have a tighter bend radius and take up less space. These SC pigtails are available in a single mode and multimode pigtail design.

    Be sure to take a look at our splice trays to ensure that your fusion splices are well protected. We also offer all of the fiber optic termination tools that you would need.

    Features of the SC Fiber Optic Pigtail

    • Protective outer jacket, which can easily be removed for tighter spaces.
    • Pre-terminated fiber to reduce installation time and ensure accuracy.
    • Available in single-mode UPC & multimode OM1 (62.5/125).
    • 6 SC connectors ready to plug directly into an adapter panel.

    SC Fiber Pigtail Specifications

    Connector Type
    Strand Count
    6 fibers
    3 Meter / 9.84 feet
    Available Mode
    • Single-mode UPC
    • Multimode OM1 (62.5/125)

    Additional Information for Fiber Optic Pigtails

    Fiber pigtails are great for splicing inside of wall mount fiber enclosures and fiber patch panels. Also, ensure the protection of your fusion splices by using a splice tray and fusion splice sleeves.

    Other helpful tools when working with fiber optic pigtails: