Fiber Optics MTP® assemblies
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Fiber Optics MTP® assemblies

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High performance and reliability

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General information Connector type identification (colour coding boot) 10 General information MTP portfolio The HUBER+SUHNER standard portfolio for fiber optic assemblies includes all most common jumpers and trunks. The items published in this catalogue are all made to order, and are coming in the HUBER+SUHNER standard packaging for MTP assemblies. For other lengths, configurations or special packing, please contact your HUBER+SUHNER representative. Partner benefits The HUBER+SUHNER Group is a leading global supplier of components and systems for electrical and optical connectivity. Our...

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Connecting a wide range of market segments HUBER+SUHNER provides high performance and innovative products and services for the rapidly evolving data center market. We leverage over 25 years of experience in creating tailored connectivity solutions which deliver business-critical services safely and reliably. Our solutions are relevant regardless of the environment or application, and whenever there is a demand for quality, you can rely on us. Colocation companies around the world rely on our high-density fiber management systems to connect incoming carriers to their valued customers. Our...

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MTP® MTP is a connector designed for high-density patching. The colour-coded housings show the differentiated fiber types, polish types and/or connector grades. Our boot colouring offers a fast identification during installation with regards to fiber count. Removable housing allows quick gender change and easy re-polishing. High fiber count guarantees low space consumption in ducts and racks. The patented floating MT ferrule design ensures fiber contact integrity. The elliptical guide pin tip enhances mating abilities. The high precision guide pins combined with a tightly controlled ferrule...

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MTP gender MTP connectors are available as a male (with pins) and female (without pins). A male connector must always be mated to a female connector so that light transfers from one fiber to another. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in a dark connection and potential permanent damage to the connector end-faces. MTP transceivers of any form factor (QSFP, QSFP28, CFP, CFP2, CXP, etc) are typically supplied with a male interface, ensuring the final equipment connection shall be with a female connector. Transceiver damage can occur if this is not adhered to. If in doubt, please...

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Polarity information MTP 8 Polarity A In accordance with TIA-568.3 MTP 8 Polarity B In accordance with TIA-568.3 MTP 8 Polarity C In accordance with TIA-568.3 MTP 12 Polarity A In accordance with TIA-568.3

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Polarity information MTP 12 Polarity B In accordance with TIA-568.3 MTP 12 Polarity C In accordance with TIA-568.3 MTP 24 Polarity A In accordance with TIA-568.3 MTP 24 Polarity B In accordance with TIA-568.3

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MTP connector type identification Due to the increasing use of MTP connectors with different fiber counts, we use a colour coding system which allows the user to recognise the number of fibers by the boot colour. * Customer specific assemblies are marked with a x at the end.

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MTP® jumpers Jumper cables are used to make the final connection from patch panels to transceivers, or they are used in the centralised cross connect as a means of connecting two independent backbone links. Jumper cables are available with LC connectors or MTP connectors depending on whether the infrastructure is serial or parallel. Generally, jumper cables are short length assemblies because they only connect two devices within the same rack. However, in some cases jumper cables can be longer, such as middle-of-row or end-of-row distribution architectures. HUBER+SUHNER manufactures jumper...

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Optipack jumpers MTP-MTP Characteristics • Colour-coded connector boots by fiber-count • Ultra compact cable diameter • Bend-optimised fiber and flexible construction • Available as Base-8, -12 or Base-24 types • Robust construction Base-8 MTP jumper cables Base-8 MTP jumpers are used to connect fiber optic patch panels with servers and switches in 4-lane parallel architectures. They can also be used to connect two independent trays or modules within centralised cross-connects. Base-8 is the most common interface for 40G data rates and new developments in transceiver technology which means...

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Note: Multimode MT elite ferrule as tested with proposed encircled flux launch condition on 50 pm fiber and 850 nm per IEC 61280-4-1 Single-mode MT elite ferrule compliant with IEC 61755-3-31/grade B

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Ordering information MTP8 female to MTP8 female jumper cable, single-mode APC, polarity B elite 0 2.0 mm Housing colour grey HUBER+SUHNER FO MTP assemblies 15

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Ordering information MTP8 female to MTP8 female jumper cable, multimode OM3, polarity B elite 0 2.0 mm Cable OptiPack 8 2.0 mm aqua MM G50 (OM3) Gender female Connector colour aqua

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Ordering information MTP8 female to MTP8 female jumper cable, multimode OM4, polarity B elite 0 2.0 mm Cable OptiPack 8 2.0 mm heather violet MM G50 (OM4) Polarity Gender female Connector colour black Boot grey HUBER+SUHNER FO MTP assemblies 17

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Ordering information MTP12 male to MTP12 female jumper cable, single-mode APC, polarity A elite 0 2.0 mm Cable OptiPack 12 2.0mm yellow G.657.A2 male/ female Connector colour green

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Ordering information MTP12 male to MTP12 female jumper cable, multimode OM3, polarity A elite 0 2.0 mm Polarity Gender male/ female Connector colour aqua Boot black Cable OptiPack 12 2.0 mm heather violet MM G50 (OM4) male/ female Connector colour black

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Ordering information MTP1 2 female to MTP12 male jumper cable, single-mode APC, polarity A elite 0 3.0 mm legacy MTP12 female to MTP12 male jumper cable, multimode OM3, polarity A elite 0 3.0 mm legacy MTP1 2 female to MTP12 male jumper cable, multimode OM4, polarity A elite 0 3.0 mm legacy

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Ordering information MTP24 female to MTP24 female jumper cable, single-mode APC, polarity A elite 0 3.0 mm Connector colour Gender female Connector colour aqua

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