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Duplex Multimode Fiber Coupler (LC/LC)
Model Number: N455-000
- Dual LC/LC coupler for extending existing cables
- High precision mating structure with low insertion loss
- Duplex adapter accepts two simplex connectors or one duplex connector
This coupler provides a simple and easy way to link together two fiber optic cables with LC connectors. Can be used with duplex or simplex cable assemblies.
- Dual LC female connectors
- For 62.5/125 or 50/125 multimode fiber
- Two cables with LC fiber optic connectors
- Duplex LC to LC fiber optic coupler
|Connector A||LC (FEMALE)|
|Connector B||LC (FEMALE)|
|Product Warranty Period (Worldwide)||Lifetime limited warranty|
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