Optical fiber connectors are the most widely used optical passive components in optical fiber communication systems. Most optical fiber connectors are composed of three parts: two optical fiber connectors and a coupler. Two optical fiber connectors are installed into the two optical fiber tail ends; the coupler acts as an alignment sleeve. In addition, the couplers are mostly equipped with metal or non-metal flanges to facilitate the installation and fixation of the connectors.
-Low insertion loss and back reflection loss;
-Ferrule end surface pre-domed;
-Precision anti-rotation key and corrosion resistant body;
-UL-rated plastic housing;
-Telcordia style boots;
-Free-floating ceramic ferrule;
-Zirconia sleeves or Phosphor bronze sleeves;
-D-shaped easily installs into panel mount;
-Fiber Optic Telecommunications;
-LAN (Local Area Network);
-FTTH (Fiber To The Home);
-High speed transmission systems;
-Fiber optic sensing;
-Industtial, Mechanical and Military.