CORNING Fiber Optic Cable 24F OFNP MM 62.5 MTP !
BULK REEL - NOS 2004
BULK CABLE SURPLUS !
RUGGEDIZED MTP ASSY
PLENUM RATED APPLICATIONS
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Cable Systems’ High-Performance Multimode MTP Cable Assemblies provide
a reliable, low loss connection for up to 12 multimode optical fibers
in a compact, push-pull housing. Two MTP connectors are mated using a
low-profile bulkhead or PC card-mounted adapter; alignment is achieved
with precision guide pins. Connection is assured by the spring-action
side latch housing – simply push on and pull off. Assemblies are
available in ribbon, ribbon interconnect, flame-retardant, and outside
Ruggedized USE Guidelines
Optical fiber cables are designed to provide optimum performance over their service life when
deployed in applications for which they are intended. When selecting an optical fiber cable
design, a number of factors must be considered to ensure that the best-fit cable design is
selected for a particular application. The primary considerations in selecting an appropriate
cable design are the installation method, the environment (including the potential for extreme
weather or the need to span diverse environments), system performance requirements, fiber
count, and termination method.
Outside Plant Environment
Outside plant cables must be capable of withstanding a variety of environmental and
mechanical extremes. Such cables must offer excellent attenuation performance over a wide
range of temperatures while providing protection from water ingress,
solar radiation (ultraviolet protection) and the effects of lightning
or gnawing rodents. Waterblocking capabilities must be provided to
ensure that water cannot migrate through the cable and freeze or seep
into sensitive electronics. The cable must be sufficiently rugged to
endure the rigors of installation. These cables are designed to comply
with ICEA-640, “Standard for Fiber Optic
Communications Cables,” in accordance with TIA/EIA-568-B.3, “Optical Fiber Cabling
Components Standard,” for outside plant applications.
Inside Plant Environment
Unlike outside plant cables, inside plant cables generally experience a controlled, stable
environment. The cables must meet the stringent flame-resistance and/or smoke generation
requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) and local building
codes, dependent upon their installed location and be marked for the
intended application as OFN/OFC (general purpose), OFNR/OFCR (riser),
or OFNP/OFCP (plenum). The cables should be easy to terminate and must
be available in fiber counts required by the network architecture.
These cables are designed to comply with ICEA-596, “Standard for Fiber
Optic Premises Distribution Cable,” in accordance with TIA-568-B.3 for
inside plant applications.
Indoor/Outdoor Optical Fiber Cables
It is often advantageous to install a single cable in both the indoor and outside plant
environments of a network. The system designer can reduce complexity
and cost by eliminating a transition splice or cross connect point
where the cable transitions from the outside plant into the building.
Cables suited for both indoor and outdoor applications must be
specifically constructed to withstand the harsh environmental
conditions of the outside plant and to pass the rigorous industry flame
testing requirements for building safety. These indoor/outdoor cables
are designed to comply with ICEA S-104-696, “Standard for
Indoor-Outdoor Optical Fiber Cable.” ICEA-696 is a newly published
industry standard which establishes requirements for indoor/outdoor
cables. Prior to ICEA-696 there was no industry standard for optical
fiber cables installed in indoor/outdoor applications.