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Introduction to SC UPC adapter
SC/UPC stands for Subscriber Connector/Ultra Physical Contact. Due to its compact size and low insertion loss, SC/UPC is a popular choice for multimode fiber optic networks.
The duplex design of the adapter allows for two-way communication over a single fiber optic cable. The SC connector’s UPC polish provides low insertion loss, ensuring high-performance data transmission. Typically constructed with high-quality materials, they can provide long-lasting reliability. Their easy-to-use and high performance make them popular for many fiber optic network applications.
Features of SC/UPC Multimode Duplex Fiber Optic Adapter
Critical features of SC/UPC Multimode Duplex Fiber Optic Adapters include:
High-performance: The UPC (Ultra Physical Contact) polish of the SC connector ensures low insertion loss and high-performance data transmission.
Durable: typically constructed with high-quality materials, such as metal or ceramic, providing long-lasting reliability.
Plug-and-play: SC/UPC multimode duplex fiber optic adapters are simple to install and use, making them a popular choice for many multimode fiber optic network applications.
Thus, SC/UPC multimode duplex fiber optic adapters provide a compact, high-performance, and cost-effective solution for connecting fiber optic cables in multimode networks.
SC UPC adapter Specification
|Fiber mode||Multimode (OM2, OM3, OM4)|
|Insertion Loss||< 0.3 dB|
|Return Loss||> 45 dB|
|Durability||>1000 mating cycles|
|Operating Temperature||-40 to 85 °C|
FAQs on SC UPC adapter
Is there any difference in application between the singlemode and multimode adapters?
Singlemode fiber optic adapters are designed to couple singlemode fiber optic cables via singlemode patch cords or singlemode fiber optic connectors. Singlemode fiber optic cables have a small core diameter of about 9 microns, just like a strand of human hair, and are commonly used for long-haul, high-speed data transmission, such as in transoceanic cabling.
Multimode fiber optic adapters, on the other hand, are designed to couple multimode fiber optic cables, which have a larger core diameter of 50 or 62.5 microns. These multimode fiber optic cables are used for shorter-distance data transmissions applications, such as in local area networks (LANs), data centers, and storage area networks (SANs).
Always use the perfect match of the specific adapters for a particular application because using the wrong adapter can result in decreased performance, loss of signal, or even complete failure of the communication system.