Multimode Fiber Patch Cable 62.5 125 LC SC 3M 10 ft

Duplex Multimode 62.5/125 Fiber Patch Cable (LC/SC), 3M (10-ft.)

Model Number: N316-03M

  • Premium PVC 62.5/125µm multimode patch cables
  • Attenuation loss meets or exceeds the latest industry standards

Tripp Lite's 3-meter multimode duplex fiber optic SC/LC patch cable is manufactured from 62.5/125 zipcord fiber. The cable has LC to SC connectors, a PVC jacket and is FDDI and OFNR rated. Duplex multimode fiber is most commonly used in LAN applications.

Key Features

  • Manufactured from 62.5/125 duplex (zipcord) fiber
  • PVC jacket
  • Length: 3-meter connectors: 2 SC/LC connectors on each end
  • Insertion loss testing performed on every connector (0.2db typical) and provided with cable
  • Beveled edge on ends of glass makes insertion of plug a breeze
  • Fiber made from glass (not a polymer)
  • Duplex multimode fiber is most commonly used in LAN applications where links are typically 10 feet or less
  • Fiber optic distributed data interface (FDDI) rated
  • OFNR (riser rated)

System Requirements

  • Any fiber optic hardware or NIC card requiring multimode duplex cable with SC/LC connectors

Package Includes

  • 3M Duplex MMF Cable LC/SC 62.5/125 Fiber


Fiber Type 62.5/125 - OM1
Cable Type Multimode


Cable Length (ft.) 10
Cable Length (m) 3


Color Orange


Network Speed 1Gbps


Connector A LC DUPLEX (MALE)
Connector B SC DUPLEX (MALE)
Connector C LC DUPLEX (MALE)
Connector D SC DUPLEX (MALE)
Number of Connectors 4


Certifications ROHS


Product Warranty Period (Worldwide) Lifetime limited warranty

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