When installing Fiber Optic Patch Cords, we must pay attention to the bending of the cable can not be greater than its bending radius, otherwise it will cause light leakage, resulting in loss, the greater the bending amplitude, the greater the loss of optical signal. Then, this fiber patch cord is undoubtedly not suitable for the high-density wiring area of the data center. How to solve the high-density wiring problem in the data center? Bending insensitive fiber patch cords are an ideal solution for high-density cabling. They have excellent bending resistance and the same mechanical and optical properties as common fiber patch cords.
The bending radius refers to the maximum degree of bending when the cable can maintain its normal working performance. The smaller the bending radius, the better the bending resistance of the cable. Usually, the static bending radius of the cable is 10 times the outer diameter of the cable, and the dynamic bending radius is 20 times the outer diameter of the cable. The bending radius of ordinary fiber jumpers on the market is generally 30mm, and the bending radius of the bend-insensitive fiber jumper is much smaller, only a few millimeters. Bending insensitive fiber patch cords are mainly bend-insensitive single-mode fiber jumpers and bend-insensitive multimode fiber jumpers.
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