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With its intuitive, ergonomic action, the LC BladePatch completely eliminates the need to access a latch during installation and removal, avoiding any disruption or damage to adjacent fibre connectors in the tightest fitting fibre patching environments.

Siemon claims to have taken high density fibre patching to a whole new level with a number of important patent-pending features: First is the push-pull boot design that enables precise control of the latch away from the point of termination, enhancing installation and removal in the highest density applications. The rotating latch eliminates potential connector and cable damage during polarity changes, whilst clearly indicating that a polarity change has been made. Plus the new jumper has an overall smaller diameter uni-tube cable design that reduces cable pathway congestion for improved airflow, energy efficiency and easy cable management.

Available with Siemon XGLO OM3 and OM4 50/125 multimode and OS2 singlemode (UPC) optical fibre with OFNR, OFNP and LSOH constructions, the LC BladePatch is ideal for supporting high speed 10 Gigabit fibre applications over extended distances and next generation backbones. It features a superior connector polish that meets stringent Telcordia and ISO/IEC end face specifications and exceeds all ANSI/TIA and ISO/IEC insertion loss and return loss requirements.

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