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Camplex 2-Ch opticalCON DUO LITE to 2 ST Single-Mode Fiber Tactical Patch Cable (6')

BH #CAHFOCL2SST6 • MFR #HF-OCL2S-ST-06
Camplex 2-Ch opticalCON DUO LITE to 2 ST Single-Mode Fiber Tactical Patch Cable (6')
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Camplex HF-OCL2S-ST-06 Overview

Neutrik opticalCON LITE DUO Singlemode to Dual ST fiber breakout cables by Camplex provide a semi-rugged alternative to opticalCON Advanced systems when the action calls for a compact, lightweight solution. The cable is designed to allow higher bend radius performance typically used in rack interconnects, camera cranes, steadicam rigs, truck bays and other similarly controlled environments. Best of all, It is fully compatible with standard opticalCON DUO connections.
The DUO delivers a ruggedized 2-channel fiber optic connection system for semi and permanent installation. Mated connections are waterproof acc. to IP65 safety standards and the reliable push-pull locking mechanism assures there is never an accidental disconnect. All connections are compatible with standard opticalCON DUO chassis NO2-4FDW-A connectors.

Key Features
  • 2-channel singlemode tactical patch cable
  • Dust and waterproof according to IP65 in mated condition
  • Bend insensitive fiber
  • Rugged push-pull locking mechanism with rubber caps
  • Lifetime 2500 mating cycles
  • Easy to clean shutterless connectors
  • Rugged cable retention utilizing aramid yarn strength member
  • Extremely flexible and crush resistant
  • Lightweight plastic housing

Camplex HF-OCL2S-ST-06 Specs

Key Specs
Connector 2
2x ST Male
Cable Length
6' / 1.83 m
Fiber Type
Single Mode
General
Connector 2
2x ST Male
Coupling Type
OpticalCON DUO
Cable Length
6' / 1.83 m
Fiber Type
Single Mode
Physical and Environmental
Environmental Protection
Dust/Water-Resistant (IP65)

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