91-X2122-2011 11m MTP-MTP ModLink Fiber Cable Assembly, MTHD A OFNP Plenum, OM1 12 Fibers
11m MTP-MTP ModLink Fiber Cable Assembly, MTHD A OFNP Plenum, OM1 12 Fibers
Part No: 91-X2122-2011
Molex Plug and Play Advanced Fiber Optic Systems offer premium factory-controlled optical performance, enable flexible system configuration and fast, economical installation. ModLink™ is ideal for mission critical applications such as Data Centres and Storage Area Networks, applications where fast installation is paramount and environments where moves adds and changes are frequent or managed in-house.
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Features & Benefits
- Round, flexible outer jacket is easy to bend, route and install
- Plenum (OFNP + CSA FT6) flame rating or Low Smoke Zero Halogen allows for routing cables in any indoor environment where local code allows
- Industry-leading low insertion loss (0.50dB) Maximum
- ModLink Advanced Fiber Optic Cables are 100% tested
- Pulling eyes installed to protect the assembly during installation
MTP Connector Specifications
Maximum Insertion Loss: OM1 Models: 0.50 dB
Attenuation Multimode OM1: 3.5dB@850nm/1.5dB@1300nm
Durability: 500 cycles
Nominal Outside Diameter: 4.5mm (0.18 in)
Cable Weight: 19 kg/km (24.8 lb/kft)
Minimum Bend Radius: 6.4cm (2.5 in) short term, 3.2 cm (1.25 in) long term
Operating Temperature: 0º to 70ºC (32ºF to 158ºF)
Storage Temperature: -40º to 70ºC (-40ºF to 158ºF)
Installation Temperature: 0º to 70ºC (32ºF to 158ºF)
Jacket colors: Multimode OM1: Orange
Fiber Type: 62.5/125µ
ISO Classification: OM1
Bandwidth (MHz/km): 200/500
*Measured via Overfilled Launch per TIA/EIA-455-204
Computing Link Loss
Compute the cable loss using the maximum attenuation per km and multiply the length of the cable. Add the maximum insertion loss of the cassettes to the total cable loss to determine your maximum budget. Remember, the insertion loss of all the connectors on the ModLink Cable is included in the cassette insertion loss figure. Test reports are available for each ModLink Cable and Cassette. Actual loss can be determined from those optical test reports.
ModLink systems are designed to support a variety of high-speed network topologies including:
IEEE 802.3 10GBase-SR/SW 10Gbps
IEEE 802.3 10GBase-LX4 10Gbps
Fiber Channel 400-M5-SN-1 4Gbps
Fiber Channel 1200-M5E-SN1 10Gbps
Fiber Channel FC-PH 1Gbps
IEEE 802.3 1000Base-SX/LX 1Gbps
IEEE 802.3 FOIRL 10Mbps
IEEE 802.3 10Base-F 10Mbps
ATM 155 Mbps, 622 Mbps, 1.2 Gbps. 2.4 Gbps
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