What Is Indoor Simplex Fiber Optic Cables?
Indoor Simplex Fiber Optic Cables has only one tight buffered (or loos) SM MM-9/125 OS1-OS2-OM1 62.5/125- OM2-OM3-OM4 50/125 optical fiber inside the cable jackets. Simplex fiber optic cables are typically categorized as interconnect cables and are used to make interconnections in front of the patch panel.They are designed for production termination where consistency and uniformity are vital for fast and efficient operation. Simplex fiber cable can be available in single-mode, multimode OS1 OS2 OM1 OM2 OM3 OM4, or polarization maintaining, and they can meet the strength and flexibility required for today’s fiber interconnect applications. We also supply PVC Riser, Plenum rated constructions and LSZH jacket.
A simplex fiber only consists one single strand of glass of plastic fiber. Simplex signals are sent in one direction. It is much like what we said “one-way-street”. If a signal is transmitted from device A to device B over a simplex fiber optic cable, it cannot return from device B through the same cable.
A simplex fiber cable consists of a single strand of glass of plastic fiber. Simplex fiber is most often used where only a single transmit and/or receive line is required between devices or when a multiplex data signal is used (bi-directional communication over a single fiber).