Optical Fiber Connectors

FC Connectors

Optic Fiber Connectors

An Optic fiber Connector terminates the end of an optic fiber cable and enables quicker conenction and disconnection.

The connectors mechanically couple and align the cores of fibers so that light can pass. Better connectors lose very little light due to reflection or misalignment of the fibers.

A variety of optical fiber connectors are available, but SC and LC connectors are the most common types of connectors on the market. Typical connectors are rated for 500–1,000 mating cycles.The main differences among types of connectors are dimensions and methods of mechanical coupling.Different connectors are required for for multimode, and for single-mode fibers.





  • High Precision Ceramic Ferrule
  • High Precision Polymer housing
  • Simplex or Duplex
  • High Precision Nickel plated brass housing
  • APC Green Polymer housing with 900μm and 3mm strain relief boot
  • Low Insertion Loss
  • Low Return Loss
  • Ease of installation
  • Low cost
  • Reliability
  • Low environmental sensitivity
  • Ease of use



  • Measure : FC Connector
  • Insertion Loss dB (Single and Multi Mode) : < 0.3  Single mode and Multi mode
  • Return Loss : > 55dB UPC Style Ferrule     > 60dB APC Style Ferrule
  • Pigtail Boot : 900μm black (Multi mode)  blue(Single mode)
  • Cable Boot : 3mm black (Multi mode),  blue (Single mode)  2mm upon request
  • Mating Cycle : Up to 1000 times
  • Ferrule Diameter : 2.5mm ± 0.001
  • Ferrule Tolerance Single Mode : 126 ± 0.5μm internal
  • Ferrule Tolerance Multi Mode : 127 ± 0.5μm internal
  • Finish : Pre-radiused PC end, radius 10 to 25mm
  • Operating Temperture : - 40°C to + 85 °C 
  • Meet standard : IEC61754-20 Optical Fibre Connector Interface
  • Durability : IEC61300-2-2 Fibre Optic Interconnecting Devices
  • Performance : IEC61753-1 Optical Fibre interconnecting devices and passive components performance standard



  FC Connectors

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