Black Box Fiber Optic Patch Network Cable

Black Box Fiber Optic Patch Network Cable

  • $ 31.99

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Product Description

Black Box's premium line of OM4 50/125 Laser-Optimized Multimode Cabling is constructed to exceed TIA/EIA industry standards, providing premium performance for your ultra-high-speed 10/40/100G networking applications. With support for 10Gbase-SR, 40Gbase-SR4, and 100Gbase-SR10, you can connect all of your 10G SFP+, 40G QSFP+, and 100G QSFP28 transceivers while maintaining backward compatibility with existing OM2 and OM3 50/125 multimode equipment.

Constructed of uniboot zipcord-style OFNR PVC cabling, these cables feature an ultra-slim design that reduces clutter and increases airflow in tight-fitting, high-density applications. Compliment that with Push-Pull Tab connectors, and these cables make installation in cramped environments a breeze. Simply use the long-length Push-Pull Tab connector to quickly insert a cable into highly condensed areas or to easily remove it from spaces where fingers have trouble fitting with the aid of the quick-release pull tab.

To offer even greater ease of use, these cables have Duplex LC connectors that feature a reversible-polarity design, allowing you to adapt them for the needs of your environment. We also perform 100% testing of each cable during production to ensure premium performance and reliability.

  • Easily insert and remove cabling from high-density applications with Push-Pull Tab connectors
  • Ultra-slim uniboot design reduces clutter and increases airflow in high-density applications.
  • Reversible-Polarity connectors let you easily adapt the cable to your network.
  • Backward compatible with existing OM2 and OM3 50/125 MMF equipment
  • Supports data transfer rates up to 10 Gbps, 40 Gbps, and 100 Gbps
  • 10GBase-SR SFP+, 40Gbase-SR4 QSFP+, and 100Gbase-SR10 QSFP28 compliant
  • Premium cabling designed to exceed industry standards.

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