ST (SM Zirconia) 3mm boot - (126um Int)

ST (SM Zirconia) 3mm boot - (126um Int)

Features include:
  • Bayonet coupling for quick interconnect, keyed for repeatable performance
  • MM & SM versions
  • Low insertion loss, < 0.5dB max, < 0.3dB typ
  • Low cost
  • High performance ceramic ferrule, physical contact
  • Durable all-metal body
  • Easy assembly process
  • Super PC single mode performance
  • Standard crimp tool (fits ST, FC and SC connectors)
  • Boot options for 3MM, 2mm cable and 900mm buffered fiber
  • Meets Telecordia Specifications
  • Special all brass configurations for ruggedized applications.
Applications:
  • Local Area Networks (LAN)
  • Telecommunications Networks
  • Automation & Control Systems
  • Premise Installations
  • Active Device Termination
  • Instrumentation

Technical Specifications:

Characteristics Description
Materials Ferrule: ceramic, glass, stainless steel
Body parts: Brass or die cast zinc
Strain relief boot: plastic and flame retardant plastic
Ferrule Diameter MM: 2.5mm O.D.
SM: 2.5mm O.D.
Abuttment Stainless steel spring loaded ferrule, pre-radiused, physical contact
Coupling Style Bayonet lock, keyed
Body Design One-piece, brass - nickel plated
Termination Method Epoxy - Crimp - Polish
Cable Crimp Longer crimp sleeve for cable strength member. Special sizes to accommodate 2 or 3MM cables.
Mating Life 500 cycles min
Vibration (Drop Test) 10 to 55 Hz
Impact Height 5 ft (1.5 m) possible
Operating Temperature -40 to 167° F
-40 to 75° C
Storage Temperature -40 to 185° F
-40 to 85° C
Compatibility With all ST style optical connectors
Termination Time 6 min avg. excluding epoxy curing

Knowledgebase: ST Connectors have a bayonet twist-lock connection with a 2.5mm ferrule and feature reliable and durable field installation. These connectors allow installers to crimp the back of the body directly onto the cable jacket and Kevlar to eliminate cable pull-away for a strong termination. Specifications: Singlemode, Simplex housing, 126mm Fiber Size, Zirconia ferrule, .1dB Typical Loss.