- Fiber-Optic Jumpers and Patch Cords
- MTP MPO Patch Cables
- MTP® Pro Jumpers
MTP® Pro Jumpers
These MTP patch cables are designed for 40G QSFP+ SR4, 40G QSFP+ CSR4 and 100G QSFP28 SR4 optics. Use for direct connect or as jumpers for high density data center applications.
MTP PRO OM3 jumpers offer the ultimate in MTP performance in a field-reconfigurable package. The fastest, easiest, and safest way to change polarity and pin configuration in the field. Change polarity in 3 seconds, change polarity and pin configuration in 10 seconds.
- 3mm OFNP rated jacket
- The most advanced MTP/MPO connector technology available
- Made in the USA
- Add tool kit and pin keepers for full field configuration
- Other lengths, fiber types, and cable types available
Your network needs to be operational 100 percent of the time. Look for a fiber cable assembly manufacturer that uses the highest quality components and that has the equipment and expertise to guarantee exceptional product.
USConec MTP® Pro Connector Technology
USConec is the leader in MPO connector technology. The MTP Pro is their most innovative connector to date. Combining leading ferrule performance with field swappable polarity and pins, the MTP Pro is the most versatile multi fiber connector.
Ferrule Type: MTP Elite
Connector Housing Color: Aqua
Insertion Loss (IL): <0.35dB
OFS fiber offers unsurpassed optical and mechanical characteristics while maintaining world class quality standards.
UL OFNP rated 12 fiber micro distribution style cable offers a compact 3mm OD cable design in a flexible plenum rated jacket.
Equipment and Expertise
When quality components are combined with expertise in termination, polish, inspection, and verification, you can be sure that you are getting a product that will not only perform well today, but will continue to perform for years to come. Understanding the latest innovations in the equipment required to truly ensure all optical parameters are optimized is necessary to produce top quality fiber assemblies. Inspecting end face geometries and polish quality are vital to creating fiber assemblies that will function at a high level for the life of the product. Utilizing the proper insertion loss and back reflection meters helps certify that the assemblies meet optical parameters.