\nhttps://www.cbo-it.de/de/produkte/blueoptics/transceiver/qsfp.html\n\nFiber Optic technology use pulses of light to transmit data into optical fiber cables, therefore it is very important to have a component at the end of these fibers to precisely propagate the transmitted light to its destination.
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Fiber Optic technology use pulses of light to transmit data into optical fiber cables, therefore it is very important to have a component at the end of these fibers to precisely propagate the transmitted light to its destination.
Most of these connectors are made with high quality ceramic components or composite plastics to satisfy a reliable connection between fiber optic networks.
A thin cylindrical component that is usually made from ceramic or high quality plastic. It is used to hold the glass fiber. Generally, hold one strand of fiber in its center and the end of it, is also the end of the fiber.
It is the structure that holds the ferrule, primarily made of plastic or metal. It is a housing that supports the fiber cable.
A part of the connector body that provides the mechanism to keep the connector intact when attached into equipment, couplers or ODF (Optical Distribution Frames). It may be a latch type, snap-in, a nut or screwed-on.
It is used for sheathing and support of the fiber from mechanical and physical handling. It is attached at the connector body by crimping.
Primarily made of soft plastic to protect the cable from stress and mechanical damage. Located at the joint of the cable and connector body and act as a jacket for protection.
A plastic cover to protect the ferrule and the fiber strand from any contamination (dust, dirt, oil, etc.), comes out of the box and usually at the end of the connector.
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