ICC expands fiber optic jumpers

July 6, 2001
July 6, 2001--ICC, a manufacturer of structured cabling solutions for the Telecom Room and Work Area, announced the addition of the MT-RJ line of Fiber Optic Jumpers to its line of Fiber Optic Jumper assemblies

ICC, a manufacturer of structured cabling solutions for the Telecom Room and Work Area, announced the addition of the MT-RJ line of Fiber Optic Jumpers to its line of Fiber Optic Jumper assemblies.

The MT-RJ Jumper assemblies are available in an assortment of lengths (1, 2, 3, & 5 meters) and configurations (MT-RJ-to-MT-RJ, MT-RJ-to-SC & MT-RJ-to-ST), addressing a wide variety of installation requirements. The MT-RJ Jumper series satisfies the need for higher port density in the telecom room, and offers twice the port density of traditional SC and ST fiber connectors. ICC's Fiber Optic Jumpers utilize OFNR (non-conductive optical fiber riser cable), with each connector individually inspected for flaws and tested to meet or exceed Industry Standard requirements. Other available assemblies include SC-to-SC, ST-to-ST and SC-to-ST Jumpers.

As part of a complete MT-RJ "end to end" solution, ICC provides a full line of distribution products for the telecom room, which includes Wall Mount Distribution Boxes, Rack Mount Distribution Enclosures and Patch Panels. The boxes and enclosures accommodate multimode and singlemode MT-RJ adapter panels as well as other Fiber Optic adapter panel types, while the Patch Panels accept a variety of Fiber Optic adapters, including the new MT-RJ adapter module.

For the Work Area, ICC offers an extensive selection of faceplates, which accepts the new line of MT-RJ adapter modules and bezels, as well as the ST and SC connector types. Together, ICC's Fiber offerings for the telecom room and work area provide a complete end-to-end Fiber Optic solution.

About ICC:

ICC, an ISO 9001 company, offers a copper and fiber connectivity solutions for voice data and video, as well as solutions for cable management, raceway and a complete line of associated tools and accessories. For more information, visit www.icc.com.

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