Data Center HOW-TO

How to choose the right MPO Cassette


24 core MPO CasstteLow Insertion Loss. The lower the insertion loss, the more MPO cassettes that can be used in the channel—and the greater flexibility you have in your DC topology.

Compatibility with Low-DMD Fibers. A cassette using low-DMD fiber is already compatible with systems using low-DMD fiber. This allows the ISI penalty to be reallocated to the channel insertion loss.

Internal Fiber Management. The cassette should have internal guides to keep the fibers from bending too tightly.

Comprehensive Performance Documentation Conveniently Displayed. The cassettes should be supplied with factory test results. Because such data is often misfiled, lost, or located inside the cassettes, Ortronics/Legrand now affixes the performance data to a label on the outside of the housing.

Protected Array Connection. Many cassettes are designed so that the array connections stick out from the back of the cassette, increasing the chance they will be inadvertently bumped or damaged. Cassettes that have the connection located in a recess in the cassette housing provide better protection.

Choice of patchcord connectors. The LC interface is the most popular (and recommended) because it allows the best combination of high-density, low loss, and compatibility with equipment vendors. Some users may prefer other options, such as the SC or MT-RJ.

The MPO module Cassettes is maninly used to divide the 12 or 24 fibers MPO connector of the pre-assembled terminal end to the simplex or duplex standard connector. By using the simplex or duplex patchcord, the output of the module can be directly connected with the equipments, frame or the client’s end.

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MPO faceplate can be upgraded easily.
All the front port are with mark no. , easy to indentify.
Quick and easy installed, flexible in configuration and easy to management