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Single-Mode Cable MTP-LC 12 Fiber Cable
  • Single-Mode Cable MTP-LC 12 Fiber Cable
  • Multimode Cable MTP-LC 12 Fiber Cable
  • Single-Mode Cable MTP-LC 24 Fiber Cable
  • Multimode Cable MTP-LC 24 Fiber Cable
  • Single-Mode Cable MTP-LC 48 Fiber Cable
  • Multimode Cable MTP-LC 48 Fiber Cable
  • Single-Mode Cable MTP-LC 72 Fiber Cable
  • Multimode Cable MTP-LC 72 Fiber Cable

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    MTP Fanout/Breakout and Trunk Cables

    Our MTP Fiber Optic Cable allow you to harness the power, durability and space-saving capabilities, Our MTP breakout/fanout and trunk cables compact design tackles the dual challenge of high fiber-count applications and limited space restrictions.

    Our MTP cables are constructed using top of the line fiber, and come in three different glass types, including:

    • 50 Laser-Link 550 OM4 Multimode
    • 50 Laser-Link 300 OM3 Multimode
    • SM Futureguide SR-15e bend-insensitive OS2 Singlemode

    Our MTP-LC fiber optic cables are assembled in the USA, and are individually tested to make sure you receive the highest possible quality, and the results of each test are included with the product. In addition to high standards of American-made quality, These MTP cables also fully comply with standards of the Trade Agreements Act (TAA), making these cables eligible for U.S. Federal Government use.

    To complete your fiber network we also carry a wide veriaty of supporting fiber optic solutions including MTP® Adapter Panels, MTP® Cassettes/Modules and Fiber Patch Panels. We also have a large assortment of fiber optic tools, testers and cable management accessories that will help make your installation fast, smooth and organized. If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call.



    MTP to MTP Trunk Cables
    Fiber Count Connector A Connector B
    12 Fibers 1 MTP Connections 12 MTP Connections (Female or Male)
    24 Fibers 2 MTP Connections 24 MTP Connections (Female or Male)
    48 Fibers 4 MTP Connections 48 MTP Connections (Female or Male)
    72 Fibers 6 MTP Connections 72 MTP Connections (Female or Male)
    96 Fibers 8 MTP Connections 96 MTP Connections (Female or Male)
    144 Fibers 12 MTP Connections 144 MTP Connections (Female or Male)
    MTP to LC Breakout/Fanout Cables
    Fiber Count Connector A Connector B
    12 Fibers 1 MTP Connections 12 LC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    24 Fibers 2 MTP Connections 24 LC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    48 Fibers 4 MTP Connections 48 LC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    72 Fibers 6 MTP Connections 72 LC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    96 Fibers 8 MTP Connections 96 LC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    144 Fibers 12 MTP Connections 144 LC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    MTP to SC Breakout/Fanout Cables
    Fiber Count Connector A Connector B
    12 Fibers 1 MTP Connections 12 SC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    24 Fibers 2 MTP Connections 24 SC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    48 Fibers 4 MTP Connections 48 SC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    72 Fibers 6 MTP Connections 72 SC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    96 Fibers 8 MTP Connections 96 SC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    144 Fibers 12 MTP Connections 144 SC Connections (Duplex or Simplex)
    MTP to STP Breakout/Fanout Cables
    Fiber Count Connector A Connector B
    12 Fibers 1 MTP Connections 12 STP Connections
    24 Fibers 2 MTP Connections 24 STP Connections
    48 Fibers 4 MTP Connections 48 STP Connections
    72 Fibers 6 MTP Connections 72 STP Connections
    96 Fibers 8 MTP Connections 96 STP Connections
    144 Fibers 12 MTP Connections 144 STP Connections
    MTP to MTRJ Breakout/Fanout Cables
    Fiber Count Connector A Connector B
    12 Fibers 1 MTP Connections 12 MTRJ Connections (Female or Male)
    24 Fibers 2 MTP Connections 24 MTRJ Connections (Female or Male)
    48 Fibers 4 MTP Connections 48 MTRJ Connections (Female or Male)
    72 Fibers 6 MTP Connections 72 MTRJ Connections (Female or Male)
    96 Fibers 8 MTP Connections 96 MTRJ Connections (Female or Male)
    144 Fibers 12 MTP Connections 144 MTRJ Connections (Female or Male)

    MTP High Density Cable

    With up to 12x the density, industry experts agree that MTP will eventually replace ST, SC, MTRJ, LC, FC and all other fiber connector types on the market today. Using MTP connectors, a 1U rack mount patch cable can supply data for an entire 288-port switch. Combined with an MTP cassette, this is a true plug-and-play solution.

    MTP vs. MPO

    MTP is the trademarked version of the generic MPO connector type, featuring significant advantages. Its removable housing makes the MTP easier to rework than an MPO connector, allowing for gender changes and interferometric scanning. The MTP also has increased ferrule float which allows mated ferrules to remain in physical contact while connected. In contrast to the pins on an MPO connector, the MTP has elliptical shaped guide pins to reduce wear on guide holes for the purpose of reducing debris that would cause additional loss through self contamination. Guidance is also improved. Another advantage of the stainless steel pin design is its adherence to tight tolerances controlled during the manufacturing process. For post manufacture precision, a pin clip holds the pin guide in place. Other advantages of the pin clip is the elimination of lost pins and centering the spring force to eliminate damage caused by an un-centered spring.

    Polarity Types

    The polarity type determines which fibers connect from each end. With 12 fiber positions, these are the three types:

    Method Type A MPO/MTP Trunk Cables

    also referred to as straight through, connects fiber 1 in the first cassette to fiber 1 in the second cassette, following this pattern through each of the 12 fiber positions—see table 1.0 below. One end is key up and the other end is in the key down position.

    Table 1.0 | Polarity Method Type A


    Method Type B MPO/MTP Trunk Cables

    also referred to as cross or flipped, connects fiber 1 in the first cassette to fiber 12 in the second cassette, following this pattern through each of the 12 fiber positions, with the last being 12-1—see table 1.1 below. Both ends are in the key up position.

    Table 1.1 | Polarity Method Type B


    Method Type-C MPO/MTP Trunk Cables

    also referred to as cross pair or rollover, connects fiber numbers in pairs, starting with 1-2 and 2-1 on one end, 11-12 and 12-11 on the other end—see table 1.2 below for all of the fiber pairings. One end is key up and the other end is in the key down position.

    Table 1.2 | Polarity Method C