Fiber-optic connector

May 1, 1997

Fiber-optic connector

The collet retention mechanism of the FiberGrip connector provides reliable, high-performance field termination without requiring epoxy, glue, or other adhesives. The connector yields an average insertion loss of 0.25 dB. The complete termination process takes less than 5 minutes and requires no electricity, curing ovens, or UV lamps.

Amphenol Fiber Optics Products

Lisle, IL

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