Fiber Jack


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Fiber Jack

A duplex fiber-optic connector standardized by the TIA (FOCIS-6). It allows two fibers to mate in a snap-lock type of plug and socket similar in size and convenience to an RJ-45 connector. See Opti-Jack.
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First introduced in 1997 by Panduit, the TIA FOCIS-6 Fiber Jack is the leader in small form factor fiber-optic connectivity for both single-mode and multimode applications.
has chosen the Panduit Opti-Jack Fiber Optic Connector (TIA FOCIS-6 standard "Fiber Jack" design) to provide the key fiber optic connectivity portion of the cabling system for its new corporate campus construction project.
A short time after he signed the agreement, a Google Fiber team came to the property to install fiber jacks in each unit and run wires.