FC Connector

FC connectors are a type of cable connector designed for use in a wide range of applications. They are used mainly in test environments and for single-mode fiber optic cables. The FC connector is designed to provide a reliable, fixed connection between two cable ends.

FC connectors are typically cylindrical in shape, with the two ends having a threaded barrel housing. This housing is designed to securely hold the connector in place, and it also helps to protect the cable from any external damage that may be caused by vibration or movement. The two ends of the connector are then locked together with a locking nut, which ensures a secure connection.

FC connectors are commonly used in fiber optic cables due to their secure connection and reliable performance. The connector’s threaded housing also allows for easy installation and removal of the connector. This makes it ideal for use in environments where the cable needs to be regularly connected and disconnected.

FC connectors are typically available in two versions: single-mode and multi-mode. Single-mode FC connectors are designed for use in single-mode fiber optic cables, and are used for short-distance connections. Multi-mode FC connectors, on the other hand, are designed for use in multi-mode cables, and are used for longer distances.

FC connectors are a reliable and secure way to connect cables. They are easy to install and remove, and are designed to last for a long time. They are also designed to provide excellent electrical performance and a high degree of resistance to external forces. This makes them ideal for use in a wide range of applications, from test environments to long-distance fiber optic cables.