Reusable fiber-optic connectors

March 1, 1997
The Pegasus series reusable, epoxyless, crimpless fiber-optic connectors use an internal nylon sleeve and a tapered, threaded housing to affix the connector to a fiber without creating a micro- or macro-bend. The connectors have an average insertion loss of 0.4 decibels, with repeatability of 0.2 dB.

The Pegasus series reusable, epoxyless, crimpless fiber-optic connectors use an internal nylon sleeve and a tapered, threaded housing to affix the connector to a fiber without creating a micro- or macro-bend. The connectors have an average insertion loss of 0.4 decibels, with repeatability of 0.2 dB.

Northwest Fiberoptic Technologies

Fife, WA

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