The difference between OS1 and OS2

2019-03-22

     The OS1 single-mode fiber is used for the ø-band (original band original): 1325 to 1360 and the Ç band (conventional band - conventional): 1530-1560mm, while the OS2 single-mode fiber overcomes the water peak effect of 1383 mm. Its applicable band is expanded to four, namely: O band (original band - original): 1325-1360mm, E band (extended band - extended): 1360-1460mm, S band (short band - short range): 1460 -1530mm and C-band (conventional band - conventional): 1530-1560mm, except for the application of wavelength, the transmission distance and channel bandwidth are different. OS2 fiber completely replaces OS1 fiber from working wavelength and parameters.

 

 

  • Single mode OS2 9/125 cable , high performance Vs OS1 9/125 : wavelength , transmitting distance. the insert loss can be as low as 0.25dB in short distance by both 1310 and 1550nm.
  • Fiber core: 9/125 jacket: PVC complies with OFNR, outer diameter 0.9/2.0/3.0mm
  • Compliant with IEEE 802.3z standards for Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet applications
  • Insert loss≤0.25dB Return loss ≥50dB Temperature -40 to 80 Antitensile strenghth≥9.0 Fiber bending radius 30 G652D