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Also known as fiber patch cord, fiber optic jumper is a length of fiber cable with connectors at both ends which can be LC, SC, MTRJ or ST. Fiber optic jumpers or cables can be multimode or single mode and are used to connect devices or hardware to the cabling system.Get more news about Fiber Jumper,you can vist our website!

SFCable offers a range of multimode and single mode duplex, fiber optic Adaptors and connectors, attenuator, and MTP fiber patch cables. Various Made in USA duplex are also available.

We provide very competitive rates for our fiber optic jumpers without compromising their quality. All our products are sourced from ISO 9001-2000 registered manufacturers. We also offer lifetime technical support on the products.Choosing your fiber jumpers is no easy task. The fiber optic jumper cable you pick can affect how quickly data is transmitted from point to point.

This is the 10th in a Telect blog series, entitled The A-B-Cs of Cable Management. Product Specialist Alex Sankey takes a look at what jumpers you need for your fiber optic network.

A fiber jumper—more commonly called a fiber patch cord—is a length of fiber cable that connects end devices or network hardware to your structured cabling system. The cable is terminated with LC, SC, MTRJ or ST connectors at each end.

Jumpers come in simplex or duplex and should be chosen based on your network needs. Figuring that part out is as easy as knowing the difference between its and it's when you're writing blog posts.

Simplex vs duplex jumpers
Simplex cables, a single strand of glass encased in plastic, are generally used when a data transmission needs to travel in only one direction. They're a great choice for connections within buildings or across large areas like cable TV networks.

Duplex cables, two strands of fiber in a single cable, are like a two-lane highway. The signal needs to go both ways, called bi-directional communication, between your active gear.

One cable is transmitting the signal, while the other is receiving it. Duplex cables are typically used in larger work stations, switches, servers and on major networking hardware.Duplex cables also come in zipcord or uniboot construction. In zipcord, two fiber strands are fused together but are easily torn apart when it's time to mine out either the transmission or receiver strand.

For uniboot, the two fibers merge into a single connector at either end, making replacement and maintenance a bit more difficult and costly than zipcord cables.

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