MPO/MTP Field

Transform your MPO/MTP patchcord into a environmental connector New!

Key features
  • Sealed against fluids and dust (IP68)
  • Shock, vibration proof
  • Number of Channels: 12 or 24
  • Typical Insertion Loss: 0,5dB in MM and SM
  • Durability 500 mating/unmating cycles (changes for<0,2 dB)
Applications
  • Military communication
  • Base Station
  • Navy
  • Railways
Technical information

The system allows use of a standard MPO/MTP patchcord in a metallic plug, which will protect it from shock, dust and fluids. There is no need for field termination.
This metallic plug is connected into a receptacle, using a Tri Start Thread coupling mechanism (MIL-DTL-38999 Series III type) with anti-decoupling device for high vibrations.

The system allows the use of a standard MPO/MTP patchcord in a metallic plug to protect it from shock, dust and fluids. There is no need for field termination.
 

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The high bandwidth capabilities and low attenuation characteristics make optical fiber ideal for gigabit transmission and beyond.

Greater bandwidth, higher speed
Fiber optic cables are able to transmit much more data than copper cables of the same diameter.

Security
Since fiber optic systems do not emit RF signals, they are difficult to tap into without being detected.

Less attenuation (signal loss) over greater distances
Copper cables require a booster after just 328 ft. (100 meters) while single-mode fiber cables reliably can go thousands of feet before an amplifier or repeater is needed.

Decreased size, weight and cost in the long run
Compared to copper conductors of equivalent signal carrying capacity, fiber optic cables are easier to install and maintain, require less duct space, weigh 10 to 15 times less and cost less than copper.

No sparks or shorts
Fiber optics do not emit sparks or cause short circuits, which is important in explosive gas or flammable environments.

Electromagnetic/Radio Frequency Interference Immunity
Optical fibers are immune to electromagnetic interference and emit no radiation.

Grounding
Fiber optic cables do not have any metal conductors; consequently, they do not pose the shock hazards inherent in copper cables.

Discover our Fiber Optics solutions (termini, connector, cordsets, cables, drums) dedicated to harsh environment military and aeronautical applications. If you need any assistance in selecting the right Fiber Optics interconnect solution for your requirements, please contact our Technical Support Team.

 

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