1. Single-mode fiber: The general fiber jumper is yellow, the connector and protective cover are blue, and the transmission distance is long.
2. Multi-mode fiber: General fiber jumper is indicated by orange, and some are indicated by gray. The connector and protective cover are in beige or black; the transmission distance is short. Optical fiber usage NOTE The optical transceivers at both ends must have the same transmit and receive wavelengths. That is, both ends of the optical fiber must be optical modules of the same wavelength. The simple method of distinguishing the optical modules is the color of the optical module. In general, short-wavelength optical modules use multimode optical fibers (orange fibers), and long-wavelength optical modules use single-mode fibers (yellow fibers) to ensure data transmission accuracy.
Do not excessively bend and circulate the fiber during use. This will increase the attenuation of light during transmission.
After the fiber jumper is used, it must be protected by a protective sleeve to protect the fiber connector. Dust and oil contamination will damage the fiber coupling.
Fiber jumper features:
Low insertion loss
3 large return loss
4. Good interoperability
5. Good temperature stability
Fiber patch cord application:
1. Optical fiber communication system
2. Optical fiber access network
3. Optical fiber data transmission
4. Fiber CATV
5. Local area network (LAN)
6. Test equipment
7. Fiber optic jumper production and processing equipment - fiber mill