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04
Aug

OFNP, OFNR, OFNG: Which to Use?

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Article 770 of the NEC (National Electrical Code), also known as NFPA 70, covers requirements that specify cables used in premises, both commercial and residential to be “listed for the purpose” by a NRTL (Nationa More...
20
Jul

From OM1 to OM5: How Multimode Fiber Developed?

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12
Jul

FHX Ultra High-Density Fiber Patching Solution

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In today’s data centers, space is often at a premium, making density more critical than ever. So using a comprehensive solution of high-density fiber enclosures with either adapter panels or fib More...
30
Jun

Three Critical Focuses on OM5 Fiber Optic Cable

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As data centers scale to ever larger sizes in recent years, the demand for great bandwidth and higher speed is growing too. Recently, OM5 has been approved to be a new type of multimode fiber ( More...
18
Jun

Multimedia Modular Panel–Flexible Solution for Mixing Fiber and Copper Cabling

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No matter we are constructing a copper network or a fiber optic network, inline coupler or fiber adapter always plays an important role in terminating or connecti More...
14
Jun

Using Ultra Low Loss Fiber Cable for Data Center

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As the most commonly used components in optical transmission system, the performance of fiber optic cable and connector is critical to signals transmission. Sub-standard patch cords and fiber More...
31
May

Ultra Low Loss BIF & LC Uniboot Cables Assist in High Density Cabling

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Since the requirements for bandwidth keep growing all the time, more and more fiber optic cables are being installed in telecommunication area within a given space. What cha More...
30
Mar

FS.COM Cat6/6a Pre-Terminated Trunk Cables Pass Fluke Test

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Cat6/6a jack to plug pre-terminated trunk cables offered by FS.COM have passed fluke test. These network cables deliver fast and easy installation, but with fairly-low cost. Which greatly en More...
22
Mar

Single-mode Cabling Cost vs. Multimode Cabling Cost

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Recently, a topic about SMF and MMF is hot in the forum. And lots of people have expressed their own views, which can be checked in this link: single-mode fiber vs multimode implementation r More...
01
Mar

Should We Choose Punch Down or Feed-through Patch Panel?

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Copper patch panels provide a useful solution for cable management in data centers and other high-density environments. In the market, two types are offered like punch down and feed-thr More...
02
Feb

Use 28AWG Copper Patch Cords in Data Center

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Most people use copper patch cords with 24AWG copper conductors today. AWG, short for American Wire Gage, is an index which shows the cross-sectional area of a round wire. But 24AWG copper patch co More...
26
Jan

Use Patch Panels for Better Cable Management

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Patch panels are mounted hardware assemblies that contain ports used to connect and manage incoming and outgoing LAN cables. They are usually attached to network racks, either above or below netwo More...
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