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Launch fiber / Connectors & Terminations

IDIL Fibres Optiques provides launch fiber (spools) with single-mode (SMF) and multi-mode fibers (MMF). Different types and lengths are available both for SMF and MMF.

Launch fiber summary

IDIL Fibres Optiques proposes three types of packaging:

  • Launch fiber case : robust & compact.
  • Launch fiber cover : very useful & compact
  • Launch fiber box (with or without pigtails) : robust & compact.

The cover of launch fiber can easily be put in the cover of a reflectometer.

The OTDR fiber enables easiest transportation of optical fibers that are used for testing applications for example.

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    • Customizable length, connector style and fiber type
    • High quality protection box
    • Low insertion loss
    • High reliability and stability
    • Compact and rugged
    • User friendly packaging solutions
    • Fiber network test applications
    • OTDR dead zone
    • Insertion loss, reflectance of the near-end connection measurements
    • Telecom simulation
    • Time delay
    Singlemode fiberType : G652D, G655, G657 A&B
    Length : 500 m, 1000 m, 2000 m, custom
    Multimode fiberType : 50/125 (OM2, OM3, OM4), 62.5/125
    Length : 150 m, 500 m, custom
    Launch fiber case210 x 167 x 90 mm³
    Launch fiber cover150 x 150 x 40 mm³
    Launch fiber box (with or without pigtails)120x100x30 mm³
    160x120x30 mm³
    Fiber typesingle-mode, multi-mode
    ConnectorWith or without connectors : SC, LC, ST, FC, E2000, others
    Insertion lossDepending on fiber type and length. Please contact us.
    How it works

    Also named OTDR fiber, Launch Cable, Receive Cable or Fiber Ring, a Launch Fiber is used to identify faults in the total fiber length. How to use?

    • Connect the fiber between an OTDR and the fiber link under test. In this configuration, the loss of the near-end connection can be measured.
    • Connect the fiber to the far-end connector of your fiber link under test. In this configuration, the loss of the far-end connection can be measured.
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