Passive Optical Systems

This passive optical system features a patch cable with MTP end options and a single or double port adaptor with keying options for proper alignment.

FEATURES

  • MTP male or female end options
  • 12 or 24 fibers
  • 3, 10 and 100 meter standard cable lengths
  • 3.00 mm round jacketed cable
  • Single or double port adaptor
  • Keying options for proper alignment

SERIES

FOPC

Optical Patch Cable Assembly

Features
  • Samtec’s equivalent of an industry standard MTP patch cable
  • 12 or 24 fibers
  • MTP male or female end options
  • 3, 10 and 100 meter standard cable lengths
  • Other lengths are available with longer lead times
Optical Patch Cable Assembly

OPA

Optical Patch Adaptor

Features
  • Single and dual port available
  • Compatible with industry standard MTP/MPO
Optical Patch Adaptor

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