What Is Traceable Fiber Patch Cable?
Traceable fiber patch cables feature an integrated exceptionally bright LED light for easy identification. With a simple press of a button on the low-profile plug, the LED flashes on both ends of the patch cords for easy port identification. Having the ability to trace the ends of cable assemblies eliminates the chance of accidently unplugging or moving the wrong jumper. This is a must in high-density environments where cable congestion can create a challenge in tracing patch cords, and finding the other end of a cable, across a bay or for inter-bay connections.
Features and Benefits
The unique features and benefits of traceable fiber patch cables make them an exceptional alternative to other fiber patch cables on the market. Traceable fiber patch cords offer quick and accurate method of identifying the termination point of optical patch cords. Each end of trace fiber patch cord features a flashing light allowing technicians to visually trace individual patch cord from one end to another without pulling or affecting the patch cord. The features and benefits of traceable fiber patch cords are as below.
|LED indicator at both ends of jumper.||Visual indication of the far end of the jumper.|
|Simple LED tool to apply power to one end of jumper to easily identify the far end of a jumper in connected area.||Eliminates errors due to mislabeling, missing labels or confusion in high density frames.|
|Assemblies are available in single-mode bend insensitive fiber (BIF) and multimode OM3 and OM4 fiber types.||Reduced insertion loss while routing cable through congested fiber trough and tray, dense frames or between equipment.|
|All assemblies meet TIA/EIA and IEC intermateability standards. RoHS compliant.||Reduce OPEX cost by reducing installation, maintenance and trouble shooting time.|
|Available in a wide variety of connector types and lengths. Custom configurations available upon request, including multiple boot styles, colors and angle options.||Simplify and speed up deployment and cross connect. Eliminate errors during move and adds of fiber capacity. Simple ordering process of the right product for the application.|
Traceable Fiber Patch Cable Selection Steps
When selecting the traceable fiber patch cables, please always follow the steps below.
Step 1: Make sure the fiber type of traceable patch cords, single-mode or multimode ones. The single-mode traceable fiber patch cables are used for longer-distance transmission, while the multimode traceable fiber patch cables are used for shorter-distance transmission. Usually, the OM1 and OM2 cables are usually used in 100 Megabit Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet applications with transmission distance up to 300 meters and 550 meters respectively. The OM3 and OM4 cables can be used in 10 Gigabit Ethernet applications with transmission distance up to 300 meters and 550 meters respectively.
Step 2: Simplex or duplex. The simplex traceable patch cables consist of a single fiber, and are used in applications that only require one-way data transfer. However, the duplex traceable patch cables consist of two fibers, and are used in applications that require simultaneous, bi-directional data transfer.
Step 3: Connectors on both ends. The connectors types of traceable fiber patch cables usually include LC, SC, ST, FC, etc. Choose the suitable ones by your requirements.
Containing a bright LED light on each plug allowing to trace cables instantly in complex wiring systems, the traceable fiber patch cables dramatically reduce downtime by providing instant cable identification for efficient mistake resolution and maintenance. FS.COM provides various types of traceable fiber patch cables, including single-mode ones and multimode ones. Moreover, OEM and custom service are also available by your special requirements. For more details, please visit www.fs.com or contact us over email@example.com.