Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Optic Cable

Optical Cable supports Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt 2 devices.

OWC Thunderbolt™ Cable, in lengths of 10, 20, and 30 m, allow noisy storage appliances to be moved into equipment closet to promote quiet and productive work environment. In addition to supporting 10 Gbps Thunderbolt and 20 Gbps Thunderbolt 2 devices, cables support 4K video transfers and 4K display capabilities via DisplayPort 1.2. Cables allow for daisy-chaining of up to 6 Thunderbolt devices...

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Ruggedized Fiber Jumpers ensure reliable wireless performance.
Fiber Optic Cable

Ruggedized Fiber Jumpers ensure reliable wireless performance.

Featuring IP66/67 ratings, LC-LC Duplex Fiber Jumpers are manufactured with Corning FREEDM® One cable and terminated with harsh environment connectors with strain reliefs that exceed 56 lb of pull. Operating from -40 to +70°C, assemblies are suited for wireless systems with remote radio head designs that are installed outside and require ruggedized fiber-to-the-antenna cabling.

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HDMI Cable Assemblies feature 45° angle connectors.
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HDMI Cable Assemblies feature 45° angle connectors.

With connectors molded at 45° angles, HDMI Cable Assemblies allow for angled connectivity in tight spaces without damaging cable or port. Units include PVC andÂ- Low Smoke Zero Halogen versions with either right or left exit. Cables are suited for audio/video applications including home theater, digital signage, desktop displays, and projectors.

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Industrial Cabling features crimp and cleave connectors.

Featuring Low Smoke Zero Halogen cable construction, Graded Index HCS® Optical Fiber Cabling with SC Crimp and Cleave connectors operates from -20 to +105°C while offering resistance to abrasion, vibration, and industrial chemicals. Cable systems support fast (100 Mbps) and Gigabit Ethernet (1,000 Mbps) data rates and are compatible with most common GBIC transceivers. Suited for...

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Due to the inherent complexity of glass fabrication, many professionals seeking glass services know exactly what kind of part is needed, but are unclear on the intricacies of the actual manufacturing process. PEG's exclusive guide is designed to help professionals navigate the custom glass manufacturing process with valuable information.

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Patch Cables pass longwave GbE applications over MM fiber.

Mode Conditioning Patch Cords allow longwave (1,310 nm) Gigabit Ethernet applications to function over MM (multi-mode) fiber. ProductsÂ- enable transceiver to launch directly into SM (single-mode) fiber, which is offset spliced in MM fiber of choice. This allows for optimized signal launch into MM fiber. Modified hybrid-glass patch cord allows for extended range of...

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Optical Fiber Cables deliver tactical durability.

At 0.8 mm dia, Micro-Links (Â-µlinx™) cables deliver tactical durability for use in manned/unmanned vehicles. Aircraft-specific µlinx Avionics cables weigh 0.7 g/m and feature braided aramid yarn and -65 to 150°C performance range. ETFE cable jacket resists abrasion and chemicals. With Hytrel® jacket over underlying aramid yarn, µlinx Tether cables suit ground...

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Sumitomo Electric to Demonstrate Industry's First 25G EDR Technology Using Anritsu MP1800A BERT During OFC/NFOEC

- Technology Leaders to Showcase Key Component Technology Used in EDR Active Optical Cable - ANAHEIM, Calif. - Anritsu Company (booth #2519) will be part of a demonstration of the world's first 25G EDR technology that will be conducted in the Sumitomo Electric Industries (SEI) booth (#2318) during OFC/NFOEC 2013, beginning today in Anaheim, CA. The Anritsu MP1800A BERT will be used in the SEI...

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Active Optical Cables support distances up to 100 m.

Available with QSFP+ and CXP form factors, AOC Connects Cables feature maximum aggregate bandwidth of 120 Gbps. Providing benefits over copper cables designed for InfiniBand QSFP SDR/DDR/QDR/FDR/EDR and 40/100 Gbps Ethernet applications,Â- units support distances up to 100 m while minimizing weight, density, and power consumption over traditional copper alternatives.

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AEPONYX Showcases Easiest and Most Future Proof WDM-PON Solution with 40 Channels on a Single Fiber at OFC/NFOEC 2013

BREA, Calif., MONTREAL and DAEJEON, South Korea - AEPONYX inc. will be showcasing at the OFC/NFOEC2013 Exposition in Anaheim on March 19-21, 2013 the industry's easiest and most future proof, long-reach, single fiber, 40 channels WDM-PON solution. AEPONYX has achieved another world first; a truly standalone single fiber WDM-PON Solution composed strictly of WDM-PON Passives and small form...

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Bend-Optimized Fibers enable smaller cables, higher fiber count.

Without compromising fiber strength or long-term reliability, AllWave® FLEX and FLEX+ Bend-Optimized Single-Mode Fiber withÂ- 200 micron coating enable MiDia® 2FX microcables to minimize cabled diameters for use in congested duct networks. AllWave FLEX maintains low bending loss across full usable spectrum of wavelengths, from 1,260–1,625 nm, and can be coiled...

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