All our mode conditioning cables are proudly made in the USA and come with individual test results! Lead times vary, but are usually about 2-3 business days for production. Click on the configurations below for pricing and to purchase.
Design your custom Mode Conditioning Cable by choosing a connector and equipment side below:
|SC Equipment Side:||LC Equipment Side:||MT-RJ Equipment Side:|
|How do I run Gigabit Ethernet (LX) over my existing multimode fiber optic cable plant?||Use a Mode Conditioning Cable.|
|Is there a distance cutoff to where mode conditioning is not required?||Generally, Mode Conditioning patch cords are required for link distances greater than 984 feet (300 meters). We have heard some case stories where that distance has been lesser or greater. To our experience, the distance of 984 feet (300 meters) is just a benchmark. Your results may vary according to various different equipment and field conditions.|
|What is the stock and availability situation with mode conditioning patch cables?||All of our mode conditioning cables are custom made to order . By industry standards, our lead times are very short . The lead time will vary according to the quantity desired , and the production load at the time of the order. Average lead times are as follows:
1 - 2 days for orders of 1 to 12 cables,
3 - 5 days for orders of 12 to 40 cables,
1 week for orders of 40 to 100+ cables.
|Where can I find an equivalent to the CAB-GELX-625= for my Cisco Gigabit Network Equipment?||Our 3 meter SC to SC Mode Conditioning patch cable is 100% compatible with the CAB-GELX-625= cable as specified Cisco for their Gigabit equipment, including the Catalyst family.|
|Do all multimode fiber types require mode conditioning?||Some manufacturers of the newer "high end" multimode fibers claim that that their premium line cables will not require mode conditioning. Contact the manufacturer of your installed cable for the answer.|
|When I hold the yellow Singlemode cable up to a light, the light does not come through on the other side. Does this indicate that I have a defective cable?||The core of the Singlemode cable is so small than it does not gather enough light for it to be visible without a microscope on the other side. this is a normal condition for any Singlemode cable .|
|Can I use a mode conditioning cable to convert Singlemode to multimode or visa-versa?||No. Conversions of multimode and Singlemode require Media Converters.|
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