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- Jason Roscoe
April 13, 2006, 6:17 pm
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I have a 3Com fiber optic board with SC connectors. I need to somehow
convert this to a single MT-RJ style connector via the use of an adapter
or cable of some sort. Can someone recommend a possible solution here?
I am new to fiber optic networking and have been inundated with
different connector styles and modes, etc. but I believe what I need is
62.5/125 Duplex Multimode.
Basically, from the fiber switch I have a run of fiber that is
terminated with MT-RJ style connectors. I need to hook this into the SC
connector on the back of my fiber board.
I know there are cables that do this sort of conversion, but I am mainly
confused about the MT-RJ female/male connectors. Most of the ones I
have found available are all male. I would assume that I would need a
female connector on the other end of the adapter/cable so I can plug the
fiber from the switch into it. Can someone shed some light on this?
Thanks for any suggestions.
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