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LC connector(Lucent Connector) A miniaturized version of the fiber-optic SC connector. It looks somewhat like the SC, but is half the size with a 1.25mm ferrule instead of 2.5mm. See SC connector.
|LC and SC Connectors|
|LC and SC optical connectors use a push-pull plug similar to audio and video plugs and sockets.|
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On its Web site, LumaCon describes itself as "a developer of core optical interconnect technologies that will allow system designers to deploy next generation SFF (small form factor) solutions into dense and severe environments." The company makes rough-duty devices compatible with an industry standard LC connector
. The LC is a push-pull connector with a 1.25 mm ferrule.
The enclosures accept FJ, FC, SC, ST, E2000 and LC connector
styles, and offer integral cable management with bend radius control.
The LC connector
series provides the extremely low insertion loss and return loss for reliable gigabit ethernet, fiber channel, ATM and other voice and data networks.
The fiber optic adapter is available with a fixed LC connector
or SFP options.
* Detachable feature with a duplex LC connector
for each module