Ultra Low Loss 24-MT/MPO solutions

Solution to Challenges of Data Center and Network Operators

The Ultra Low Loss connector expands optical power margin which can be turned to offset excess attenuation of improper installation or insufficient cleaning by reducing insertion loss when applying multi-connection points, over 3 to 5, in between transmitter and receiver. Saving the installation time and reducing the labor skill can lower the total ownership cost of fiber optic network.



Assures 24 fibers random connection

Low deviation

Provides Ultra Low Loss with low deviation

Lynx MPO

Splice on connectors available

Typ. Insertion Loss < 0.1 dB Gives Advantages to Multi-stacked Connection

Achieves high quality insertion loss with little variation and suppresses loss increase not only in single connection, but also in multi-stacked connections.

Ultra Low Loss in random mating of single connection

  • Typ. IL < 0.1 dB, Max. IL < 0.25 dB at λ = 1310nm

  • Standard deviation of IL for n=432 is < 0.05


Lower IL in random mating of multi-stacked connection

  • IL < 0.60 dB for 3-stacked connections

    at λ = 1310nm

  • Average IL = 0.32 dB, Standard

    deviation = 0.11 dB


Various Lineup for Ultra Low Loss Connectivity



Conventional MPO Connector with 24 Fibers

  • Max. IL < 0.25 dB of random connection
  • Typ, IL = 0.1 dB with standard deviation of 0.05 dB

Small Foot Print MT Interconnect for On-board Use, NanoPlug™-MT

  • Coupled a pair of MT ferrule without housing or adapter
  • 1/10 in volume and 1/5 footprint in comparison with MPO
Lynx MPO

Splice on type 12 Fiber MPO connector

  • Just in length installation on-site
  • Realize qualified Ultra Low Loss for connector assemblies by 3rd parties

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From Materials to measurement, we have all capabilities in-house to offer the optimal interconnect solution.


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