Cisco Compatible DAC Cable For 10Gigabit Ethernet

FS.COM, the professional interconnect manufacturer formally announced the expansion of its high-speed 10-Gigabit products which have established a reputation for premium quality, proven performance and competitive prices. Cisco compatible DAC cables for 10-Gigabit Ethernet provided by Fiberstore can save your money. This article is going to introduction Fiberstore DAC cable to you.

Overview of DAC Cable

10G SFP+ Direct Attach Cable (DAC), twinax cable with SFP+ connector, is designed to work with equipment with 10G SFP+ interface, and the pirce is low. For example: Cisco SFP-H10GB-CU1M compatible SFP to SFP copper direct attach cable only needs US$ 18.00, which is introduced in FS.COM Interconnect Compatible Solutions. This cable offers the same function with Cisco SFP-H10GB-CU1M and it is fully compatible with Cisco devices. It provides a low cost, low power and low latency interconnect solution for 10-Gigabit Ethernet. In addition, it is direct attached compliant and fully compatible with the SFP+ MSA specifications. For more information about compatibility, please refer to All About Compatibility: Third-Party vs. Brand Optics.

Different Types of DAC Cable

FS.COM offers Cisco compatible DAC cables for 10-Gigabit Ethernet:

SFP+ Twinax Copper Cables

SFP+ DAC Cable

Figure 1. 10G SFP+ Twinax Copper Cable.

SFP+ copper twinax direct attach cables are suitable for very short distances data transmission applications, and they offer a cost-effective way to connect within racks and across adjacent racks. The passive twinax cables are available in lengths of 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3 and 5 meters, and active twinax cables are available in lengths of 7 and 10 meters. The following table shows the detailed information about Cisco sfp+ twinax copper cables.

10g sfp to sfp DAC cable

SFP+ Active Optical Cables

10G SFP+ Active Optical Cable

Figure 2. 10G SFP+ Active Optical Cable.

SFP+ active optical cables (AOC) are direct attach fiber assemblies with SFP+ connectors. They are commonly used for short distances data transmission applications, and they provide a cost-effective solution for connections within racks and across adjacent racks. You can get detailed information about SFP+ active optical cables offered by FS.COM in the table below.

10g sfp to sfp aoc cable

Conclusion

If you are in the market for high speed copper cables, such as CX4 cables, HD Mini-SAS cables, SFP+ cables, QSFP cables, today is the perfect time to buy with the 30% saving. These cables are 100% compatible with major brands like Cisco, HP, Juniper, Enterasys, Extreme, H3C and so on. And FS.COM offers customized service for cable length. They provides 10G SFP+ cables, including 10G SFP+ copper passive / active cable and 10G SFP+ AOC cable, in various lengths according to requirement of customers.

12 Fibers MPO/MTP Fiber Optic Cable

To satisfied high-density cabling requirement in data center, data center managers are more likely to choose network components characterized by saving space. MPO/MTP components are now widely used around the world. They not only allow for more fiber ports per unit of rack space, but also satisfies the need of parallel optical interconnections for multi-fiber connection. This article is going to introduce 12 fibers MPO/MTP fiber optic cable, which is popular in high-density cabling.

Overview of 12 Fibers MPO/MTP Connector

Before we come to 12 fibers MPO/MTP fiber optic cable, let’s have a brief overview of 12 fibers MPO/MTP connector. In theory, the 12 fibers MPO/MTP connector can deliver 6x10G transmit fibers and 6x10G receive fibers. However, it actually only delivers 40G since the transceivers and the equipment are only capable of supporting 40G data rates. That means 33% fibers of the connector are not being used, only 8 fibers are being used at the transceiver while the other 4 fibers are just spares. From the figure below, you can have a better understanding of this. Accommodating 12 fibers, the 12 fiber MPO/MTP connector provides up to 12 times the density, thereby it can save space in the rack. It is the first connector which has enough repeatable performance to be accepted in data centers.

12 Fibers MPO/MTP Connector

Overview of 12 Fibers MPO/MTP Fiber Optic Cable

MTP is the high dense degree of optical fiber pre-connect system,which is generally use in three areas: the data center application with high dense degree environment; the optical fiber to the building and the internal connector application in fiber equipment. Terminated with MPO connectors, Fiberstore’s MPO/MTP fiber optic cable is compliant to IEC-61754-7 and TIA-604-5(FOCIS-5) standard. It utilizes factory finished MPO plugs, low smoke zero halogen (LSHZ) jacket and push-on/pull-off latching connector. In addition, each MPO connector is polished according the polished end-face quality specification standard. It can provide easy connection and disconnection. MPO/MTP fiber optic cable is commonly applied in local area networks, data centers, campus networks and storage area networks.

Different Types of 12 Fibers MPO/MTP Fiber Optic Cables

After knowing about MPO/MTP fiber optic cable in general, the following part will introduce three types of 12 fibers MPO/MTP fiber optic cables to you.

12 Fibers MPO/MTP Fiber Optic Cable Single-mode 9/125μm

The two connectors on each end of the cable is Female MPO connector which has no pins and Male MPO connector which has pins. You can have a better understand of this structure from the figure below. The MPO connector standard accords to IEC 61754-7 series. The fiber type is OS2 9/125μm and fiber polish is UPC. Fiber rating is LSZH. The color of the cable is yellow.

12 Fibers MPO/MTP fiber optic cable single-mode 9/125μm

12 Fibers MPO/MTP Fiber Optic Cable Multimode OM2 50/125μm

The two connectors on each end of the cable is Female MPO connector which has no pins and Male MPO connector which has pins. You can have a better understand of this structure from the figure below. The MPO connector standard accords to IEC 61754-7 series. The fiber type is Multimode OM2 50/125μm and fiber polish is UPC. Fiber rating is LSZH. The color of the cable is orange.

12 Fibers MPO/MTP Fiber Optic Cable Multimode OM2 50/125μm

12 Fibers MPO/MTP Fiber Optic Cable 10G OM3 50/125μm

The two connectors on each end of the cable is Female MPO connector which has no pins and Male MPO connector which has pins. You can have a better understand of this structure from the figure below. The MPO connector standard accords to IEC 61754-7 series. The fiber type is Multimode 10G OM3 and fiber polish is UPC. Fiber rating is LSZH. The color of the cable is aqua.

12 Fibers MPO/MTP Fiber Optic Cable 10G OM3 50/125μm

Conclusion

MPO/MTP multi-fiber system is designed for the reliable and quick operations in data centers, where the obvious benefits are less space requirements and improved scalability, which providing significant space and cost savings. Fiberstore provides various types of MPO/MTP fiber optic cables and other MTP components. If you want to know more details, you can visit our site.

Next-Generation OM3 Multimode Fiber

We know that conventional datacom links use single-mode fiber (SMF) for long-distance, high-speed links and multimode fiber (MMF) for shorter links. Early datacom applications, including ESCON, Token Ring, FDDI, Ethernet, and ATM, operated at relatively slow data rates (4-155 Mbit/s), using low-cost infrared light-emitting diode transmitters (LEDs). And this article will focus on OM3 multimode fiber.

The Development of MMF

The earliest fibers, called Optical Multimode 1 (OM1), featured a large core than is used today and a bigger numercial aperture. As the technology matured, smaller core MMF was typically rated for a minimum bandwidth-distance product around 160 MHz*km for 62.5/125 micron fiber at 850 nm wavelength; 500 MHz*km for 50/125 micron fiber at this wavelength; and 500 MHz*km for both fiber types at 1300 nm wavelength. This fiber was compatible with various industry standards, including CCTIT recommendation G.652, and was defined by the ISO standards as “optical multimode 2” (OM2) fiber; it is also commonly known as “FDDI grade” fiber, The fiber bandwidth was measured using an overfilled launch (OFL) test procedure, which replicated the large spot size and uniform power profile of a LED. Since a LED consistently fills the entire fiber core, the fiber bandwidth is determined by the aggregate performance of all the excited modes. However, LED sources typically have a maximum modulation rate of a few hundred Mbit/s; with the growing demand for higher data rates, laser sources operating over SMF were required.

Issues Related to VCSELs

Single-mode links using Fabry-Perot or distributed feedback lasers operating at long wavelength (1300nm) tend to be higher cost due to their tighter alignment tolerances and higher performance characteristics. There is lower cost alternative; the recent deployment of short-wave (780-850 nm) vertical cavity surface emitting lasers (VCSELs) has made it possible to use MMF at higher data rates over longer distance. Compared with LEDs, VCSELs offer higher optical power, narrower width, smaller spot size, less uniform power profiles, and higher modulation data rates. This means that a VCSELs will not excite all of the modes in a MMF; the fiber bandwidth is determined by a restricted set of modes, typically concentrated near the center of the core. Older MMFs experienced significant, often unpredictable variations in bandwidth when used with VCSEL sources due to defects or refractive index variations in the fiber core and variations in the number and power of excited modes due to fluctuations in the VCSEL output or between different VCSEL transmitters.

In response to these problem, the datacom industry developed a new type of laser-optimized or laser-enhanced MMF specifically designed to achieve improved, more reliable performance with VCESLs. Precise control of the refractive index profile minimizes modal dispersion and differential mode delay (DMD) with laser sources, while remaining backward compatible with LED sources (the dimensions, attenuation, and termination methods for laser-optimized and conventional fiber are the same). The first laser-optimized fibers, introduced in the mid-1990s, were available in both 50-microns and 62.5-micron varieties and designed for 1-Gbit/s operation up to a few hundred meters. These fibers were not always capable of scaling to higher data rates; with the increased attention on 10-Gbit/s links, never types of reaching about 35 meters at 10-Gbit/s, it became apparent that the smaller core diameter and reduced number of modes in 50 micron fiber made it the preferred choice for these data rates. Today, laser-optimized fiber is commonly available only in 50-micron versions, with an effective bandwidth-distance product around 2000 MHz*km for 850 nm laser sources. The bandwidth must be measured using a restricted mode launch (RML) test, instead of the conventional OFL method. This fiber was defined in the TLA-568 standard as “laser-optimized multimode fiber, ” and in the ISO 11801 (2nd edition) by its more common name, “optical multimode3” (OM3) fiber. Click to buy OM3 fiber patch cables.

Colors of Fiber Cables

An early example of laser-optimized fiber is the Systimax Lazer SPEED fiber introduced by Lucent, which uses a green jacket to distinguish it from existing multimode (orange) , single-mode (yellow) , and dispersion-managed (purple) fiber cables. Attenuation is about 3.5 dB/km at 850 nm and 1.5 dB/km at 1300 nm; bandwidth is 2200 MHz*km at 850 nm (500 MHz*km overfilled) and 500 MHz*km at 1300 nm (no change when overfilled) . Another example is the Corning Infini-Core fiber, which typically uses an aqua-colored cable; the CL 1000 line consists of 62.5-micron fiber made with an outside vapor deposition process that achieves 500-m distances at 850 nm and 1 km at 1300 nm. Similarly, the CL 2000 line of 50-micron fiber supports 600-m distances at 850 nm and 2 km at 1300 nm. Here is a figure of OM3 multimode fiber for you.

OM3 multimode fiber

Applications of OM3

Most recent installations of Ethernet, Fibre Channel, InifiniBand, and other systems use the preferred OM3 multimode fiber (for example, the OM3 SC to LC), and many legacy systems including ESCON are compatible with this fiber. In order to avoid the associated with installing new fiber, most standards attempt to accommodate various types of MMF. While the idea of backward compatibility works reasonably well up to 1 Gbit/s (distances of a few hundred meters can be achieved) , it begins to break down at higher data rates when the achievable distance is reduced even further. Designing a future-proof cable infrastructure under these conditions becomes increasingly difficult; at some point, new fiber needs to replace the legacy MMF. Although SMF should be a good long-term investment, the short-term cost premium for SMF installation and ports on many switches, servers, and storage devices remains a concern. Since the cost of short-wave transceivers is presently lower than long-wave transceivers, there is still some question as to the preferred fiber to install and the best mixture of 62.5-micron and 50-micron MMF. In general, 50-micron fiber has been widely deployed in Europe and Japen, while North America has primarily used 62.5-micron MMF until recently. The IEEE has recommended using 62.5-micron MMF in building backbones for distances up to 100m, and 50-micron fiber for distances between 100 and 300 m.

Conclusion

Mixing OM2 and OM3 fibers in the same link results in an aggregate bandwidth proportional to the weighted average of the two cable types. Care must be taken not to mix 50-and 62.5-micron fibers in the same cable plant, as the resulting mismatch in core size and numerical aperture creates high losses. This can make it difficult to administer a mixed cable plant, as there is no industry standard connector keying to prevent misplugging different types of MMF into the wrong location.

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Fiberstore Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing Devices

CWDM mux/demux is a flexible solution that enables operators make full use of available fiber bandwidth in local loop and enterprise architectures. The wavelengths used with CWDM implementations are defined by the ITU-T G.694.2, listing 18 wavelengths from 1270nm to 1610nm with 20nm increased. CWDM solution takes the most important advantage of low price which is typically 1/3rd lower than the equivalent DWDM optics. FS.COM introduces its new generation of coarse wavelength-division multiplexing (CWDM) devices boasting increased functions and improved performance to extend the reach of CWDM metropolitan networks. The following text will introduce CWDM Mux/Demux, CWDM OADM, and optical port configuration used in CWDM network.

FS.COM CWDM MUx/Demux

The CWDM Mux/Demux in FS.COM is a universal device capable of combining up to 18 optical signals into a fiber pair or 9 optical signals into a single fiber. It is designed to support a broad range of architectures, ranging from scalable point-to-point links to two fiber-protected rings.

Besides, FS.COM CWDM Mux/Demux is a passive device which allows for any protocol to be transported over the link, as long as it is at a specific wavelength (i.e. T1 over fiber at 1570nm transported alongside 10Gbps Ethernet at 1590nm). This allows for long-term future proofing of the networking infrastructure because the multiplexers simply refract light at any network speed, regardless of the protocol being deployed. The following image shows FS.COM 8 Channels 1470-1610nm Dual Fiber CWDM Mux Demux.

8 Channels 1470-1610nm Dual Fiber CWDM Mux Demux

FS.COM CWDM Mux/Demux With Different Optional Port Configurations

FS.COM also provides CWDM Mux/Demux with different optional port configurations such as, express port, monitor port, 1310nm pass band port and 1550nm port for these multiplexers according to customer choice.

  • Monitor Port: Our CWDM Mux/Demux is optional to equip with monitor port that allows our customer connect optical meter or OSA to monitor and troubleshoot the network. It is simple to operate. Add the monitor port to an existing, multiplexed link. A small sample, of each signal, is “leaked” to the outputs, then connect measurement/monitoring equipment, such as power meters or network analyzers, to the module outputs. When finished monitoring, disconnect the instruments. The network is left undisturbed. (Monitor port tap percentage is 5% as default.)
  • Expansion/Express Port: The Expansion Port (EXP) enables the cascading of two CWDM Mux/Demux modules, doubling the channel capacity on the common fiber link. For example, two 4-Channel MUX/DEMUX modules can be cascaded to create an 8-Channel fiber common link. (Express port isolation is 15dB as default.)
  • 1310 Pass Band Port: The 1310 pass band port allows a legacy 1310nm signal to pass through the CWDM MUX DEMUX module. The port can be used to combine an existing legacy 1310nm network with CWDM channels, allowing the CWDM channels to be overlaid on the same fiber pair as the existing 1310nm network. (Note: When you choose 1310nm pass band port, the CWDM 1310nm wavelength channel is NOT available on the CWDM MUX modules.) Besides, the 1310nm port can be used in this way as an optical supervisory channel (OSC) and its range is 1270nm-1350nm (1310nm±40nm). (Note: When you choose 1310nm pass band as an OSC, the available range of wavelength is 1370nm~1610nm on the CWDM MUX modules.)
  • 1550 pass band port: The 1550 pass band port allows a legacy 1550nm signal to pass through the CWDM Mux/Demux module. The 1550nm port can also be used in this way as an optical supervisory channel (OSC) and its range is 1510nm-1590nm (1550nm±40nm). When you choose 1550nm pass band as an OSC, the available range of wavelength is 1270nm~1490nm on the CWDM MUX modules.

Note: that standard (or native) 1310nm and 1550nm wavelengths are not the same as CWDM 1310nm and CWDM 1550nm wavelengths. The center wavelength tolerances for legacy 1310nm and 1550nm are much wider than the CWDM equivalents, and therefore not precise enough to run through CWDM filters. When implementing a CWDM network, a standard wavelength can be converted to CWDM wavelength, or a CWDM Mux with a pass band port can overlay the standard wavelength onto the CWDM common link. A pass band port is an additional channel port on a CWDM MUX that allows a legacy 1310nm or 1550nm signal to pass through the network within a reserved band. The legacy device is connected directly to the pass band port via fiber cabling. Standard wavelengths can be converted to CWDM wavelengths using CWDM Small Form Pluggable (SFP) transceivers, transponders, and media converters that support SFPs.

FS.COM CWDM OADM

Since adding new fiber optic cables for signal transmission of the devices would cost too much, IT managers would turn to use OADM in CWDM network, which can couple two or more wavelengths into a single fiber as well as the reverse process, saving a lot of money and installation time when they want to add or drop signal on a single fiber. FS.COM provides a wide selection of CWDM OADM which can add or drop fiber count of 1, 2 and 4. And these OADMs can be categorized into three type with different package form factors: plug-in module, pigtailed ABS box and rack mount chassis. The plug-in modules can be installed in empty rack enclosures. Three CWDM OADM types with different package form factors are shown below.

plug-in module, pigtailed ABS box and rack mount chassis

Conclusion

CWDM is a popular technology which can provide cost-effective solutions for users to upgrade their network using the least fiber strands. FS.COM provides a series of devices used in CWDM network, like CWDM Mux/Demux with different optical port configurations, CWDM OADMs, CWDM transceiver modules, etc. For any requirement, please visit FS.COM.

Several Types of Fiber Optic Tool Kits

Every professional fiber optic installer needs a complete set of fiber optic tools and test equipment. The tools used in the kits are thoughtfully assembled and are stored in high quality cases, keeping them safe, neat and in proper working order. This article will introduce several types of fiber optic tool kits.

Kits for Fiber Optic Splicing
HW-6300N

This professional tool kit is ideal for optical fiber fusion splicing. It includes Clauss Fiber Optic Strippers (CFS-2), Fiber Optic Kevlar Cutter (KC-1), Optical Fiber Jacket Stripper (HW-108), 7″ Lineman’s Pliers, 6″ Side Cut Pliers 130mm, 6″ needle Nose Pliers 135mm, Steel Wire Cutter (HWC-6), Monkey Wrench, Metal Saw (small), Precision Tweezers, Straight Screwdriver (mid-sized), Cross Screwdriver (mid-sized), Fiber Optic Cleaning Swab, Fiber Optic Cable Stripper (horizontal 3-32mm),Pen Style Fiber Optic Cutter, Strraight Screwdriver (small), Cross Screwdriver (small), RCS Fiber Optic Cable Stripper (horizontal and vertical), Precision Screw Set (6pc), Hex Key Set (9pc), Black Marker, Utility Knife, Measuring Tape, Blow Brush, Alcohol Bottle (no alcohol included), Rugged Carrying Tool Case (430mm X 330mm X135mm).

Fusion Splicing Tool Kit HW-6300N

FS-04U

FS-04U tool kit is mainly used for construction, inspection and maintenance of fiber optic cable (aerial, duct and direct buried fiber optic cable, etc) in Telecommunications, Power, Defense and IT infrastructure. It provides in service stripping and solves the difficulty of stripping loose tube.

The equipment could be still in operation after the jacket and loose tube is stripped. By placing with main standby fiber, it will avoid service interruption or shorten the interruption span. According to its characteristics of maintenance and construction of fiber optic cable, emergency repair on fiber optic cable is under three conditions: restore and replace fiber optic cable; restore the broken fiber; split fiber optic cable.

In the premise of no communication interruption, it improves maintenance quality of fiber optic cable and minimizes economic loss to the maximum. The suitcase is made of once forming high strength plastic, strong, shock-proof and of long use life.

Kits Content: Fiber optic stripper CFS-2, KEVLAR Scissor KC-1, Fiber Jacket Stripper HW-108, Pocket Visual Fault Locator (Optional), High Precision Fiber Cleaver (Optional), Universal fiber Cable Slitter (3.2-35mm), Longitudinal Cable Sheath Slitter KMS-K, Ideal 45-162 Buffer tube stripper, 6-IN-1 Mini Pen-style Scredriver, 4-IN-1 Magnetic Quick Change Scredriver, 6″ Needle Node Pliers 135mm, 6″ Side Cut Pliers 130mm, Round Cable Cutter (HW-19c), 7Pcs Folding type hex key set (inch), 6″ Adjustable wrench, Fiber Optic Splice Protection Sleeve-Single Fiber 60mm 100PCS, 250ml Bottle of Alcohol with Lock, 2.5mm Foam Tipped Fiber Optic Swab 50/pkg, Pre-Moistened Alcohol Wipes 10PCS, 3M Electrical Tape, Blow Brush (MS-15C), Utility knife, 3.5M Tape Measure, Precision tweezer, Black Marker, Carrying Tool Case (430×330×135mm).

Fiber Optic Cable Fusion Splicing Tool Kit FS-04U

Kits for Fiber Optic Polishing

The fiber optic polishing tool kit FS-03E is a kind of kit that including Fiber optic stripper CFS-2, KEVLAR Scissor KC-1, Cabide Scibe Tool TTK-174A, Fiber Jacket Stripper, Universal Connector Crimp Tool, 200x Deluxe fiber microscope HW200ME, Epoxy Application Syringe 3ml, 5μm Polish Film,1μm Polish Film, 0.5μm Polish Film, 2.5mm Universal Polish Puck, Rubber Polish Pad, Glass Polish Plate,Safety Glasses, IPA Cleaning Wipes(PreMoistened), LintFree Wipes, Cleaning Swabs 25pcs/bag, Water Bottle Black Marker, Carrying Tool Case(385×275×110mm).

fiber optic polishing tool kit FS-03E

Kits for Fiber Optic Testing

The FTTH fiber optic test tool kit FS-1001 is a kind of kit that including Precision Fiber Cleaver, Optical Power Meter, Visual Fault Locator (10km), Round Cable Slitter, Fiber Optic Kevlar Cutter, Fiber Optic Stripper CFS-2, 6″Side Cut Pliers, 250ml Alcohol dispensing bottle with locked, Kim Wipes, Carrying Tool Case (385x275x110mm).

FTTH fiber optic test tool kit FS-1001

Kits for Fiber Connector Termination

Fiber connector termination tool kit FB-3601—fiber optic polishing and fiber termination tool kit, contains all of the latest popular fiber optic tools and consumable material necessary for epoxy and polish connector terminations (SC/ST/FC and LC connectors). Here is a figure for you.

Kits Content: Fiber optic stripper CFS-2, KEVLAR Scissor KC-1, Cabide Scibe Tool TK-17A, Fiber Jacket Stripper HC-18, Universal Connector Crimp Tool Jw-336J, IDEAL 45-162 Buffer tube stripper, Round Cable Jacket Stripper HE-335, LC/MU adapter for 400x Microscope, Flexible piano wire, 4-IN-1 Magnetic Quick Change Scredriver, Precision tweezer, 24 Port Connnector, Hot Oven (AC110v or AC220v), Epoxy Application Syringe 3ml, 5μm Polish Film 10pcs, 1μm Polish Film 10PCS, 0.5μm Polish Film 10PCS, 2.5mm Universal Polish Puck, LC/MU polish puck, 5.9″ Rubber Polish Pad, 5.9″ Glass Polish Plate, Large Black Work Mat (15″×11″), 10 IPA Fiber Cleaning Wipes(Pre-Moistened), KimWipes 280piece/box, Cleaning Swabs 50/pkg, 3M Electrician Tape, Utility knife, Utility component box, Black Marker, Carrying Case (430x330x135mm).

Fiber connector termination tool kit FB-3601

Kits for Optical Fiber Construction

There are many different kinds and models of tools in this optical fiber construction tool kit CTN-226 which are very important in the fiber optic installation and maintenance works.

Kits Content: Coaxial cable stripper, 3m Tapeline, Powerful plier, Powerful straight scissors, Powerful bent scissors, Black Marker, Mini torch, Cable stripping plier, Utility knife, 8″adjustable wrench, Wire cutter, 6PCS insulated screwdriver set, Multi socket & screwdriver set, 9PCS hex key set, Cleaning ball, 6″flat nose plier, 6″long nose plier, 6″diagonal cutting plier, Test screwdriver, 8PCS precision screwdriver set, Tweezer, Pipe cutter, Screwdrivers, +6Χ150mm -6Χ150mm, Aluminum-make tool case.

optical fiber construction tool kit CTN-226

Conclusion

Fiber optic splicing kits include mechanical splice kit and fusion splicing kit which are used in fiber optic splicing. Fiber optic test tool kit is used to inspect fiber optic equipment during the production or for trouble shooting. Fiber termination kit is used for fiber termination and contains tools those used to strip, prep, terminate, crimp, polish and inspect fiber optic cable connectors. FS.COM provides various types of fiber optic tool kits including mechanical splice kits, fusion splicing kits, fiber optic test tool kits, fiber termination kits, optical fiber construction tool kits and fiber optic polishing tool kits. If you want to know more details, you can visit our site.