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Year product warranty. If there are any
defects due to workmanship, World Cord Sets will accept liability for the purchase price of the
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MTP is the Multifiber Connector that is commonly used in prefabrication plants, or for ribbon cables. The polymer ferrule can support 24 fibers in a single ferrule. Multifiber connectors are not currently designed for field fit applications, so these are mainly used for lab termination. In high density data centers they are used extensively, in SM and MM wavelength applications. It features a pull tab locking mechanism, and can only be plugged into the opposing connector. In data centers this is commonly used in break-out cable applications with several single fiber connector types connected to this one multi fiber connector for easy repatching.
The fourt type of multimode fiber cable, identified by an aqua blue jacket per industry standards, has a core size of 50μm. It is designed for Laser transmission in order to support 10G, 40G and 100G Ethernet Speeds. OM3 and OM4 are the current industry standard, but are quickly being outdated by the new OM5 fiber for its SWDM capabilities. An inconvenience of this cable is there is no easy identifier between OM3 and OM4 fiber.