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Fiber Optic Connectors

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ENDICOTT, N.Y., Aug. 4, 2022 — Fiber Optic ConnectorsThe Amphe-Lite connector series from Amphenol Industrial Operations has been enhanced to meet the needs of fiber optic interconnection applications in the medical, oil and gas, security, and grid industries.

Amphe-Lite fiber optic termini transmit an optical laser with high speed, high reliability, immunity to electromagnetic and radio frequency interference, and digital data transmission in harsh environments. Designed to interconnect fiber optic channels by providing precise alignment, tight contact, and strong protection, the solution is lightweight, features an acceptable insertion loss when the distance is over 1 km, and offers 200 and 600 MHz/km of bandwidth.
Aug 2022
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