Fiber optic connectors make repeatable connections possible and are therefore generally used where flexibility is needed at termination points when an optical signal is routed. Examples of this include connections from receivers to equipment pigtails, normal termination, or when re-configuring systems. Fiber optic connector’s repeatable connections make it easy to meet changing requirements and simplify system reconfigurations. In this blog, we will discuss eight of the most common types of fiber optic connectors and their unique characteristics.
With a seemingly infinite selection of electrical connectors at your disposal, the process of finding the right one can be daunting. Differentiating between circular, header, and PCB receptacles, or power connectors, RF connectors, and more, can quickly become overwhelming. To help expedite the process, here are seven questions you should ask yourself when searching for a connector.
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