Adapters & Attenuators

Connect the dots

Optical fiber adapters (coupling pieces) are used to connect optical fiber patch cables with pigtails. The adapters are high-quality products with a 100% ceramic ferrule which, through an adapter, can be equipped with various attenuators. These optical attenuators weaken the light signal to the required level, for example to calibrate the signal level between sender and receiver. Infraconcepts supplies a broad range of Single & Multi-Mode adapters and attenuators that distinguish themselves by their quality and specifications. We supply, for example, simplex, duplex, and Quartel adapters standard from stock. We use high-quality products from manufacturers such as Corning Cable Systems and CommScope.

Applicability

Our high-quality optical fiber adapters and attenuators are applied in data centers, hospitals, schools, businesses, telecom operators, carriers, the Dutch office for water engineering Rijkswaterstaat, CATV, railways, LAN-networks, Fiber to the Home, Fiber to the Premises, and Micro-POPs. For all optical fiber patch cables and pigtails Infraconcepts has a fitting adapter or attenuator.

You decide

  • Various types of single-mode (APC, PC) and multi-mode (OM1, OM2, OM3 or OM4) adapters for various areas of application.
  • Adapters for SC/APC, LC/APC, E2000/APC 8 degrees, SC/PC, LC/PC and MU/PC.
  • Attenuators of 1-25 dB available (LC, ST, SC, FC).
  • Adapters with low loss also available with valve.
  • Pigtails, patchcables, and optical fiber drawers are also available.

Your advantages

  • Fast: speedy supplies.
  • Competitive: The best quality against a competitive price.
  • Flexible: Client-specific solutions are possible (for example for FTU and High Density ODFs).
  • Service: Expert advice from experienced professionals.
  • Quality: 100% ceramic ferrule so top-quality is guaranteed.

More information

For more information or advice about Adapters & Attenuators from Infraconcepts you can contact one of our advisors at all times.

 

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