Waterproof Pigtail Cable in Highly Reflective Fiber Optic Connector SC

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waterproof pigtail cable in Highly reflective fiber optic connector SC 


waterproof pigtail cable typical performance

Connector type

FC/ST waterproof pigtail cable

Optical fiber

single mode

Fiber optic cable diameter

dia 11.8

Insertion loss

PC≤0.30dB, APC ≤0.30dB

Echo loss

PC≥40dB, APC≥60dB

Working environment

-30degree to +75 degrees temperature

Storage environment

-40 degree to +85 degree temperature
Temperature cycling test-40 degree - +75 degree temperature,2 cycles, constant temperature for 1 hours, recovery time 2 hours, changes less than 0.2dB
High temperature test+75 degree temperature, constant temperature for 2 hours, Ecovery time need one hour, changes less than 0.2dB


allowed minimum bending radius: Interior of not less than five times the cable diameter

Outside of not less than 10 times the cable diameter

Products in accordance with the appropriate standards of production(GB/T1486-93;GB/T11138-97;JISAnd the U.S. military standard),Attenuation, interference is strong, structural asked Tung electrical performance is good, with good resistance to gas properties.


Waterproof Pigtail Cable in Highly Reflective Fiber Optic Connector SC

Waterproof Pigtail Cable in Highly Reflective Fiber Optic Connector SC

Waterproof Pigtail Cable in Highly Reflective Fiber Optic Connector SC

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Q:Is this the correct SATA cable?
Yes that is the correct cable that plugs into the motherboard SATA ports. Regarding the power cable. Some SATA drives have both the old style 4-pin power connector (like on the IDE drives) as well as the newer SATA power cable. If it has both, DO NOT plug both in at the same time or it can damage your PC. You can use one or the other but not both.
Q:Buying a Xbox 360 without a Hard Drive, Power Cable, AV Cables, and so on.?
The retail units only come as a set, and you shouldn't trust any unit that doesn't come with accessories, because it's either broken, repaired, or stolen. Just get the best deal and toss or sell the leftovers. (A 360 Arcade will be just fine for your purposes, the only real difference is the accessories included in the box.)
Q:Why do some houses in the UK have orange Electrical Conduit Pipe over the power cable?
It is to protect the cable and people and animals. It stops animals chewing and protects in case of hitting the cable.
Q:What size gage is the PS3 Power cable?
Any standard computer power cable will do. The same kind you plug into a standard power supply or a monitor. I swap them all the time.
Q:Otocinclus eating heater power cable?
It's probably just scraping algae off the cable, not eating the insulation. It could eventually chew through the insulation, it were really determined, but it would take a fish the size of an oto a really long time to do that. You probably have nothing to worry about.
Q:my xbox has 1 red light, when i turn the xbox on and the ac power cable adaptor thing light is orange? please?
you need to find out the error code and find a solution to it.
Q:6-Pin Cable for Graphics Card?
Is it the AGP model or the PCI-e model? You don't need a separate power cable for an AGP card. The 4 pin and 6 pin power connectors on the newer motherboards are for PCI-e video cards. Do you even have an AGP slot? If so, then I doubt your motherboard even has a 4pin or 6pin SLI power connector. Just plug the card into your AGP slot and that's it. If it's the PCI-e model, then see if your MB even has a 4pin or 6pin SLI power connection on it. If so then see if your power supply has a 4pin or 6pin power cable and plug it into that slot. Depending on the power supply, you may not even need the extra power connect unless you are running 2 SLI cards at once.
Q:can a Power supply electrocute you?
I'm willing to bet that there's people out there who'll debate me on this, but the answer is a nutshell both yes and no. Part I: As for having the power supply out in the open the answer is generally no, assuming you have it on a non-conductive surface such as a sheet of cardboard, assuming your carpet has any grade of nylon in it, and assuming the wiring in your house is well-grounded. Part II: I doubt it, but it'd be a better idea if your plugged it into the motherboard first, then to the power supply, then the wall. Part III: Both yes and no. It really depends on a small number of factors like how well grounded (electrically) it is. However, liquids and electricity of any type are NEVER a good mix. Part IV: Don't even think about it. Aside from something extreme like oh say a fire, there's no surer way to kill a motherboard than to disconnect the connector while powered-up.
Q:ribbon cable power button?
Soldered where ? Most ribbon cables are never soldered.. They are designed for push / cold-weld fit to connectors And soldering the cable risks melting the insulation between the cores in it (as they are not designed for heat) if you solder the motherboard, you risk damaging the wires (and vires) in the several layers of printed circuits (they are quite fine, multi layered not dual external visible only) I suspect you have damaged the cable (internally) update: from those pictures, it is clearly meant to be purchased 'as an already assembled' piece What I suspect has happened, is that there is a small sliver of solder etc (or dirty flux) between the tracks. Those are really low current, circuits, so does not take much 'leakage' to cause a contact to 'appear' closed. Repairing such things, often requires a very very narrow soldering bit and also fine solder / flux. I have seen most people use a microscope to do those repairs before - due to the likelyhood of small bits getting in the wrong place (and tracking unexpectedly occur). A good flux remover / cleaner would be useful ? Is the cost a replacement button complete with cable not cheaper to buy (OKorder is my favorite location for PC parts, shipped in from HK typically)
Q:Why do we need to transpose the cable in power system?
If the adjacent line induces current in a nearby cable that would be a problem. Transposing results in one section having an induced current with a certain phase but the next section (after the transposition) has an induced current with the opposite phase. Over the length off the cable, the opposing induced currents will cancel each other out.

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