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MTP/MPO Cables

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MTP® vs MPO Cable: What Are They?

● MPO (Multi-Fiber Push On) cables are capped with MPO connectors at either end. MPO fiber connector is for ribbon cables with more than 2 fibers, which is designed to provide multi-fiber connectivity in one connector to support high bandwidth and high-density cabling system applications. MPO connector is compliant with the IEC 61754-7 standard and the U.S. TIA-604-5 standard. At present, MPO connectors are typically available with 8, 12, 16 or 24 fibers for common data center and LAN applications, and 32, 48, 60, 72 fiber counts are also possible in large scale optical switches for specialty super high- density multi-fiber arrays.

● MTP® cables, short for (Multi-Fiber Pull Off), are equipped with MTP® connectors at either end. MTP® connector is a trademark by US Conec for a version of the MPO connector with improved specifications. So MTP® connectors are fully compliant with all generic MPO connectors and can interconnect directly with other MPO based infrastructures. However, the MTP® connector is a multiple engineered product enhancement to improve mechanical and optical performance when compared to generic MPO connectors.

MTP® vs MPO Cable: What Are the Differences?

● The key difference between MTP® and MPO fiber optic cables lies in their connectors. As the improved version, equipped with MTP® connectors have better mechanical designs and optical performances.

Pin Clamp and Spring

● MPO connector is usually equipped with inferior plastic pin clamps, which may lead to effortless breaking of pins with constant cable mating, while the MTP® connector has a metal pin clamp to ensure a strong clasp on the pins and minimize any inadvertent breaking when mating connectors. In the MTP® connector, the oval spring is used to maximize the gap between fiber ribbon and spring, which can protect the fiber ribbon from damages during inserting. The MTP® design includes a recessed pin clamp and oval spring will ensure a secure spring seat, and greater clearance between the spring and the ribbon cable in order to reduce the risk of damage to the MTP® cable.


Guide Pins

● The guide pins adopted by MTP® and MPO connectors are also different. The MTP® connector uses tightly held tolerance stainless steel elliptical
guide pin tips to reduce the amount of debris that may fall into the guide pin holes or on the ferrule end face. However, the chamfered shaped guide
pins adopted by MPO connectors will produce more debris when used.

Guide Pins

Removable Housing for MTP® Cable

● MPO connectors do not guarantee removable housing. However, the MTP® connector is designed to have a removable housing which allows users to
re-work and re-polish the MT ferrule and quickly get access to performance testing and to smoothly change the gender a

Removable Housing for MTP® Cable​