Ribbon Fanout Pigtails

A fiber optic pigtail is a short length of optical fiber cable that has one end terminated with a fiber optic connector and the other end left as a bare fiber. Pigtails are commonly used for splicing or connecting optical fibers to devices, such as transceivers, switches, and routers. The connector types on the terminated end of the pigtail are typically the same as those used for fiber optic patch cords, such as SC, LC, ST, or FC types. The bare fiber end of the pigtail can be fusion spliced to another fiber or attached to a splice tray or connector panel. Fiber optic pigtails are available in various fiber types, lengths, and connector configurations to meet specific network requirements.


Product Characteristics

  • 100% tested assemblies and traceable test data
  • Good interchangeability and durability, stable optical performance, high reliability
  • Low insertion loss and high return loss
  • Compliant with GR-326, IEC61754, TIA/EIA 568 Standard

Product Parameters

Fiber Type SM(9/125um) MM(50/125um,62.5/125um)
Insertion Loss(Typical) ≤ 0.3dB ≤ 0.3dB
Return Loss ≥50dB ≥60dB ≥20dB
3D Radius of Curvature:10-25mm(PC/UPC), 5-12mm(APC)
Apex offset:0-50um
High fiber:±100um
Repeatability 1000 times typical change value≤ 0.2dB
Interchangeability ≤ 0.2dB
Cable Diameter 0.9mm
Jacket Material Type LSZH, OFNP, OFNR, PVC
Fiber Model G652D, G657A, G657B, OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4
Operating Temperature ﹣20~﹢70°C
Storage Temperature ﹣40~﹢85°C



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