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Fiber Optic Connector E2000

Product Name: Fiber Optic E2000 Connector
Brand: R&M, H&S
Raw Materials: 
Using Life:20 Years
Loading Port: Shenzhen, Shekou
MOQ: 100pcs
Packing: Carton Box
Shipping Mark: Anfkom
Lead Time: 15-20 days
Country of Origin: China

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  • Product Detail

E2000 connector is a high-performance connector which is developed by Diamond. Its excellent design and strict manufacturing process make it reach a high standard. Diamond’s two-component ferrule includes a zirconium-ceramic sleeve and a titanium insert, that allows for the centring of the fiber core with the mechanical axis of the ferrule. This unique process is called Active Core Alignment (ACA). Through ACA, the insertion loss can be reduced to a minimum value of 0.1dB. Meanwhile, the E2000 has a Spring-loaded protective cap which provides increased safety protection. These features make the E2000 connector widely used in many applications, even though it is rather expensive than most other fiber connectors.

E2000 connector is a latched push-pull connector with an automatic shutter that fully protect the ferrule from dust and scratches.

In the market, there are two famous brands, R&M (Reichle & De-Massari) and H&S (HUBER+SUHNER), their E2000 connectors are manufactured under the license of Diamond SA, CH-6616, Losone, Switzerland.

Anfkom provides R&M and H&S E2000 connectors, and E2000 cable assembly, PC and APC, single-mode and multimode. All are compliant with European (EN 186270) and International (IEC 61754-15) standards.

Features :

The connectors are comply with IEC, Telcordia-GR-326-Core standards;
Different size & color boot option;
Low insertion loss; High return loss;
100% interferometer measurement;
Typical IL≤0.20dB;
Max IL≤0.25dB;
RL SM≥50dB, APC≥60dB, MM≥20dB.
Durability(500mating time): IL≤0.25dB.
Operating / storage temperature:- 20~+70°C

Application :

Telecommunication networks;
Local area networks; CATV;
Active device termination;
Datacenter system networks





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