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AddOn 5m Cisco CAB-MCP50-SC-5M Compatible SC (Male) to SC (Male) Orange OM2 & OS1 Duplex Fiber Mode Conditioning Cable

SKU: CAB-MCP50-SC-5M-AO

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          AddOn 5m Cisco CAB-MCP50-SC-5M Compatible SC (Male) to SC (Male) Orange OM2 & OS1 Duplex Fiber Mode Conditioning Cable

          This is a 5m Cisco CAB-MCP50-SC-5M Compatible SC (male) to SC (male) orange duplex riser-rated fiber mode conditioning cable. OM2 & OS1 eliminates differential mode delay signals by aligning the single-mode launch away from the center of a multimode fiber core. This creates a transmitted signal that is similar to typical multimode light emitting diode (LED) launches. This optical fiber, nonconductive, riser (OFNR) cable is best suited for use in interior fiber-optic applications. A duplex cable is a two-strand fiber optic patch cable that works best with transceivers that both transmit and receive. Our patch cables are 100% compliant for all of your networking needs. Our products are guaranteed by federal law to not affect or void OEM warranties.


          • Allows you to access all of the networked data, swiftly and securely

          • Features Fiber Optic cable type

          • Fully compatible with network devices

          Product Type: Network Cable
          Product Color: Orange
          Country Of Origin: United States
          Brand Name: AddOn
          Manufacturer: AddOn
          Product Model: CAB-MCP50-SC-5M-AO
          Product Name: CAB-MCP50-SC-5M-AO Fiber Optic Duplex Network Cable
          Manufacturer Part Number: CAB-MCP50-SC-5M-AO
          Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.addoncomputer.com
          Limited Warranty: Lifetime
          Weight (Approximate): 0.40 lb

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