How to use fast connectors?

The wide application of the fiber to the home (FTTH) promotes the rise of the optic connector. This product has the characteristics of small size and fast connection, and caused small loss, high stability, it’s essential fiber connection devices for fiber system. Today will introduce the use instruction of fiber fast connector.

About fiber fast connector

Fiber fast connector is a kind of innovative field end connector, currently the fiber fast connector can be terminated with a diameter of 250μm, 900μm, 2.0mm and 3.0mm SM fiber and MM fiber on the market.

 Features and applications of fiber fast connector

Main features

Good stability

Small insertion loss

Low use cost

Installation speed is very fast

Installation and maintenance is very simple

Main applications

Optical fiber communication applications

Fiber to the home (FTTH) applications

Wire TV application

Use steps of fiber fast connectors

Although the use of fiber fast connector is very simple, we still have to follow the correct steps. Overall, the installation of the fiber fast connector is as follows:

Step 1: Prepare fiber fast connector, fiber stripping pliers, fiber cutting knife, fiber cleaning tools etc;

Step 2: Put connector tail sleeve on the optical cable;

Step 3: Using fiber stripping pliers stripping the outer sheath of the cable, clean optical fiber, and then cut the bare fiber with the fiber cutting knife, the length of the bare fiber is reserved according to the specific circumstances.

Step 4: Inserting the optical fiber into the fiber fast connector;

Step 5: Press down the cover to lock fiber;

Step 6: Put tail sleeve on the fiber fast connector.

The operation of fiber fast connector is convenient and fast, connection cost is low, access anytime and anywhere, will play an irreplaceable role in fiber to the home (FTTH) access network.

Author: Fiber-MART.COM

eShop of Fiber Optic Network, Fiber Cables & Tools

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