Singlemode duplex reduced flange shielded LC/APC Fiber optic adapter with shutter

Item No.: TP-3001-SM2LCALCA-SF2
Reduced flange | shielded | LC/APC | Connects two fiber optic connectors in the fiber optic lines
  • Color: Green
  • Brand: Neutral / OEM / TAEPO
  • Packing: 50pcs/blister, 60blisters/ctn=3000pcs/ctn, gw 11kg/ctn, 46.5*31*31.5cm/ctn
  • MOQ: 5000pcs
  • Delivery: 7-14 days
  • Description


    A fiber optic adapter (TP-3001-SM2LCALCA-SF2) also known as fiber optic couplers, are devices used to connect two fiber optic cables or connectors together to create a continuous optical link. They play a crucial role in fiber optic networks by providing a reliable and efficient means of joining fibers.
    LC Adapter (Lucent Connector): The LC adapter is a small, square-shaped connector that uses a ferrule with a 1.25mm ceramic sleeve. It offers high density and is widely used in data centers, enterprise networks, and telecommunications applications.



    • Data Centers: LC adapters are extensively used in data centers where high-density connectivity is crucial. Their small size allows network engineers to pack more connections into limited rack space, enabling efficient and organized cabling within data center environments.
    • Enterprise Networks: LC adapters are deployed in enterprise networks, providing reliable and efficient connections between switches, routers, and other network devices. Their high performance ensures seamless data transmission across the network infrastructure.
    • Telecommunications: LC adapters are employed in telecommunications systems, including telephone networks and broadband services. They facilitate the interconnection of various optical components and ensure smooth transmission of voice, data, and video signals.
    • Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) and Fiber-to-the-Building (FTTB): In FTTH and FTTB deployments, LC adapters play a vital role in connecting optical fibers from the central office to individual homes or buildings, enabling high-speed internet access and other communication services.
    • CATV (Cable Television) Networks: LC adapters are used in CATV networks for distributing television signals over optical fibers, ensuring enhanced signal quality and reducing signal loss.
    • Local Area Networks (LANs): LC adapters are employed in LAN environments, enabling reliable connections between network switches, routers, and end-user devices.
    • Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs): In MANs, LC adapters are utilized to interconnect network nodes and provide high-speed communication between different areas within a city or metropolitan region.
    • Test and Measurement Equipment: LC adapters are used with test equipment to measure the performance of optical fibers and verify the integrity of fiber optic links.
    • Military and Aerospace Applications: Due to their small size and high reliability, LC adapters are used in military and aerospace applications, including aircraft and spacecraft communication systems.
    • Industrial Networking: LC adapters are utilized in industrial environments for connecting fiber optic cables in automation and control systems, ensuring robust and secure data transmission.

        Main Features    

    • Small Form Factor: LC adapters are known for their compact size, which is approximately half the size of SC connectors. Their small form factor makes them ideal for high-density applications, allowing network designers to maximize the number of connections in limited space.
    • High Performance: LC adapters offer excellent optical performance, with low insertion loss and minimal return loss (reflectance). This ensures efficient signal transmission and minimal signal degradation, making them suitable for both single-mode and multimode fiber optic systems.
    • Push-Pull Latching Mechanism: LC adapters use a push-pull latching mechanism, similar to SC connectors. This design allows for easy insertion and removal of the connector without the need for special tools. The push-pull action ensures a secure and reliable connection, reducing the risk of accidental disconnection.
    • Single-mode and Multimode Compatibility: LC adapters are available in both single-mode and multimode versions. They support different core sizes and are compatible with a wide range of fiber optic cables, making them versatile for various network applications.
    • Duplex Configuration: LC duplex adapters can accommodate two LC connectors in a single housing, allowing for duplex communication over two fibers. This feature simplifies connections in applications requiring bidirectional data transmission, such as in Ethernet or fiber channel links.
    • PC and APC Polishing Options: LC adapters are available with different ferrule polish types: PC (Physical Contact) and APC (Angled Physical Contact). The PC polish is suitable for standard applications, while the APC polish reduces back reflections, making it ideal for applications requiring low reflectance, such as CATV and FTTx systems.
    • Color Coding: LC adapters are often color-coded to differentiate between single-mode and multimode versions. The color-coding helps network technicians and installers quickly identify the appropriate adapters for their specific applications, enhancing ease of use.
    • Connector Type: LC adapters are available in both simplex and duplex configurations. The simplex LC adapter accommodates one LC connector, while the duplex LC adapter can hold two LC connectors side by side for bidirectional communication.


        Schematic Diagrams    

    Schematic Diagrams for reduced flange shielded LC/APC Fiber optic adapter

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        Order Data    

    Item No Descriptions
    TP-3001-SM2LCALCA-SF2 Fiber optic adapter, singlemode, duplex, LC/APC-LC/APC, reduced flange, shielded