MU connectors and adapters

Nov. 7, 2001
Nov. 7, 2001--Alliance Fiber Optic Products Inc. (AFOP) has unveiled its MU fiber connector series, featuring high impact-resistant, non-flammable polymer; push-pull operation; and scalable high-package density connections.

Alliance Fiber Optic Products Inc. (AFOP) has unveiled its MU fiber connector series, featuring high impact-resistant, non-flammable polymer; push-pull operation; and scalable high-package density connections.

Small and lightweight, the connectors are available in either 2-mm or 900-micron fiber type. They are designed for a variety of applications, including high-speed data-communications, CATV networks, test equipment, and high-density DWDM telecommunications.

The MU adapters are available in simplex or vertical duplex in either ceramic or metal sleeves. They are designed and tested to comply with Telcordia 326 standards for performance and reliability.

Founded in 1995, Alliance Fiber Optic Products Inc. (Sunnyvale, CA) designs, manufactures, and markets a range of fiber-optic components and integrated modules. For more information, visit the company's Web site at http://www.afop.com.

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