Reliable Connectivity

MTP/MPO Fiber Patch Cables

Welcome to our selection of MTP/MPO Fiber Patch Cables, designed to deliver high-performance fiber optic connectivity for your networking needs. Our MPO/MTP Patch Cords are designed to support a wide range of applications, ensuring reliable and efficient data transmission. Whether you need MPO to MPO or MTP to MTP patch cables, we offer a variety of options to suit your specific requirements.

MPO to MPO Patch Cables

Explore our extensive range of MPO to MPO Patch Cables, perfect for high-density networking environments. Our selection includes various configurations to meet your network infrastructure needs, featuring Single Mode MTP MPO Patch Cord and Multimode MPO MTP Patch Cord (OM4, OM5) options. Choose from Type A and Type B polarity, 12 core MPO MTP Patch Cord and 16 core patches, all ideal for 40G, 100G, and 400G interconnections.

MTP to MTP Patch Cables

Our MTP to MTP Patch Cables offer unmatched performance and flexibility for modern data centers and high-density fiber networks. MTP is a brand of MPO connectors developed by US Conec, featuring several design improvements for better performance. Each cable is engineered for reliability and efficiency. Similar as MPO to MPO Fiber Optic Patch Cords above this section covers Single Mode (OS2) and Multimode (OM4, OM5) options, Type A and Type B polarity, 12-fiber and 16- MPO Fiber Optic Patch Cord.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an MPO Cable?

An MPO (Multi-Fiber Push On) cable is a type of fiber optic cable that uses an MPO connector to interconnect multiple optical fibers, typically 12 or 24 fibers, within a single interface. It is widely used in high-density network environments, such as data centers, for efficient and scalable optical networking.

What is MTP Cable?

An MTP (Mechanical Transfer Pull Off) cable is a high-performance fiber optic cable with an advanced MPO (Multi-Fiber Push On) connector. It features superior design for enhanced performance, including lower insertion loss and higher reliability, making it ideal for high-density data centers.

MTP vs MPO Cable?

MTP cables are an enhanced version of MPO cables developed by US Conec with superior performance and precision, offering lower insertion loss and higher reliability. While all MTP cables are MPO cables, not all MPO cables have the advanced features of MTP.

Can you recommend Cisco QSFP-40G-SR4 MPO Cable?

To interconnect two Cisco QSFP-40G-SR4 modules from switch to switch, you should use MPO-MPO-OM4-12B or MTP-MTP-OM4-12B patch cables. These cables ensure high-speed 40Gbps data transmission with optimal performance and reliability.

Can you recommend Cisco MPO-12 Cable?

To provide a precise recommendation, we need more details about the application. Are you using single-mode or multimode transceivers? Is it a direct switch-to-switch connection or through a patch panel? Typically, for interconnecting two Cisco QSFP-40G-SR4 or QSFP-100G-SR4-S modules, MPO-MPO-OM4-12B or MTP-MTP-OM4-12B patch cables are suitable.

What are the differences between MPO Cable Type A B C ?

Type A (Straight-Through): Fibers are in the same position at both ends.
Type B (Crossed): Fibers are reversed (1 to 12, 2 to 11, etc.).
Type C (Pair Flipped): Each pair of fibers is flipped (1 to 2, 3 to 4, etc.).
These types ensure proper polarity for different network setups.