Fiber Patch Cable

             Fiber optic jumper refers to a desktop computer or equipment directly connected to the fiber, to facilitate the connection and management of equipment. Used to make a jump connection from a device to a fiber-optic wiring link. There is a thicker layer of protection, generally used in the optical transceiver and the connection between the terminal box.Patch Cable

             The fiber jumper is similar to coaxial cable, except that there is no mesh shielding layer. The center is a glass core that spreads light. In multimode fibers, the diameter of the core is 15μm~50μm, roughly equivalent to that of the person's hair. The diameter of the Single-mode fiber core is 8μm~10μm. The outer core is surrounded by a glass envelope with a lower refractive index than the core, so that the fiber remains in the core. The outside is a thin plastic coat to protect the envelope.Patch Cable

             Fiber jumper According to the different transmission medium can be divided into common silicon fiber single-mode, multimode jumper, as well as other plastic as the transmission medium of fiber jumper; According to the structure of the connector can be divided into: FC Jumper, SC jumper, St jumper, LC Jumper, MTRJ jumper, mpo jumper, mu jumper, SMA jumper, FDDI jumper, E2000 jumper, DIN4 jumper, D4 jumper and so on various forms. More common fiber jumper can be divided into FC-FC, FC-SC, FC-LC, Fc-st, SC, sc-st and so on. Single-mode fiber (Single-mode Fiber): General fiber jumper with yellow, the connector and protective sleeve is blue, the transmission distance is longer. Multimode fiber (multi-mode Fiber): The general fiber jumper is expressed in orange, some are in gray, the joints and protection are beige or black, and the transmission distance is short.Patch Cable