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IP68-Rated Fiber Interconnects

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NORTH ANDOVER, Mass., Sept. 18, 2020 — IP68-Rated Fiber InterconnectsL-com’s IP68-rated fiber connectors, adapters, and couplers address extreme environment networking applications.

The ruggedized IP68 fiber connectors include single- and multimode MPO 12 and 24 connectors with various size crimp options, and IP68-rated SC fiber connectors that support single- and multimode applications. The adapters, couplers, and dust caps that mate with the new connectors feature options that include bulkhead and inline style.

The devices are designed for use in industrial networking applications involving fiber with exposure to chemicals, physical stress, and extreme environments.
Sep 2020

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