MPO TRUNK CABLE ASSEMBLIES

Number of Fibers: 12,24,36,48,72,96,144 Cable Jacket Color: Yellow- Singmode(OS1\OS2) Orange- Mulimode 50/125(OM1) 62.5/125(OM2) Aqua- 10Gig 50/125(OM3、OM4)

General Details

MTP/MPO Trunk cable is good for fast data center or fiber infrastructure implementation. It is used to bridging among MTP/MPO cassette or fan out fiber patch cable among MDA, HAD and EDA. The high efficient plug and play patch cable structure remarkably reduced the initial installation and daily maintenance cost. Tarluz MTP/MPO trunk cable adopts selected fiber cable and MTP/MPO components, with low insertion loss, high return loss, fully meet the requirement of high speed data network.

Standard

  • Meets IEC Standard 61754-7& JIS C5982
  • Structured cabling per TIA-568-C
  • Parallel Optics
    • Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) Compliant
    • Infiniband Compliant
    • 10G Fiber Channel Compliant
    • 40G and 100G IEEE 802.3
    • QSFP
Features
  • Backbone installation
  • Choice of either, Both ends with pins(Male type) or both ends without pins(female type)
  • Fiber counts available in 12/24/36/48/72/96/144 fibers
  • Round & mini-core cable structure to eliminate bend sensitivity
  • Available in single mode (9/125um), multimode (50 or 62.5/125um) and 10Gig fiber
  • Optional pulling eye design to fit for different installation environment
Specifications

MPO Connectors

Optical Parameters
Insertion Loss (dB) SM Standard SM Elite MM Standard MM Elite
≤0.7 ≤0.35 ≤0.7 ≤0.35
Return Loss (dB) ≥60 ≥20
Durability  (dB) ≤0.2   500 times mating
Tensile Strength (kgf) 10
Working Temperature (℃) -20 ~+70
Measurement Wavelength (nm) 1310 850
Geometry Parameters
Item X-axis Y-axis
Min Max Min Max
Radius of Curvature (mm) 500 50
Polishing Angle 0-0.2 0+0.2 8-0.2 8+0.2
Item Min Max
Fiber Height (nm) 1000 3000
Max Fiber Height Error  (nm) 600
Adjacent Fiber Height Error (nm) -300 +300
Avg. Fiber Height Error (nm) -300 +300
Central Concave  (nm) 300
Applications
  • Backbone installation
  • Optical switching interface connections
  • High fiber density card edge access
  • Array trunk cables
  • Datacenter cabling