The OPTOKON SC patchcords are manufactured according to JIS, IEC, EIA/TIA and ANSI specifications for intermateability and optical performance. The SC patchcords are offered for both SM applications, with PC and APC polishing method. All OPTOKON connectors now come with the laser printed OPTOKON logo and patchcord cables are produced by OPTOKON Kable factory and have a LSZH (Low Smoke Zero Halogen) cable jacket, are 0.9 mm Easy Strip buffer type and bend insensitive ITU-T G.657.A2 fiber. Customized patchcord cable diameter and color according to demand is available. Set of twelve colored pigtails are packed in a plastic bag, individually tested (label with test results and product description on bag) and come with a lifetime guarantee.
The LSH connector patchcords are offered for MM or SM applications with PC and APC polishing method. LSH integrated protective cap made from zinc alloy protects ferrule from dust and rules out any laser light emissions. The LSH connector is compatible with E2000TM connector standards. High power version available.
The one piece DIN connectors feature a single unit body with spring-loaded free-floating zirconia ceramic ferrule. This unique connector offers superior performance in a compact, DIN 47256 compatible design suitable for a variety of applications. The DIN connectors are manufactured with a precision screw machined brass for consistent performance and durability.
The DIN connectors are available in either single or multimode and are fully intermateable with DIN 47256 type products. Both the singlemode and the multimode connectors use a zirconia ceramic ferrule featuring a pre-polished "PC" profile with an enhanced convex spherical end. This allows fast polishing of the fiber and enables the installer to achieve low optical loss with high perfor¬mance physical contact and ensuring maximum repeatability.
ESCON Series duplex fiber optic interconnect products are fully compatible with ESCON I/O interfaces as defined in IBM document SA22-7202-00. The Enterprise Systems Connection Architecture ESCON is a channel interconnection environment developed by IBM to take advantage of fiber media and dynamic connectivity. ESCON connector is available in singlemode and multimode versions.
The FDDI connector features a sliding keyway which is integrated into the connector body. The keyway is indexed to achieve the prescribed FDDI keying positions. Key positions A and B are used with dual attach stations. M and S keying positions are used when a network concentrator is connected to a single attached station. M key is inserted at the concentrator and the S key at the station end. The type S or “slave” key position will mate with any connector regardless of key style.