OS2 Fiber LC to ST Fiber Patch Cable 7 Meter

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Looking to make a reliable LC ST Fiber connection in a high activity environment? The ST may be answer for you. The bayonet style twist and lock mechanisms of these connectors ensure that once your connection is made, it won't be going anywhere on accident. The LC connectors on the opposing end are well known for their low loss connections and space saving proportions (with small form factor ferrules measuring 1.25 mm in diameter). The single-mode fibers themselves enjoy separate yet attached jacketing ensuring a neat installation ideal for systems set up to transmit and receive data simultaneously. So try our Single Mode LC to ST fiber cables and save on high quality at Cables For Less!


  • Low back reflection and insertion loss
  • Premium quality UPC ceramic ferrule for best performance
  • Cable Material: PVC
  • Fiber Type: Single-mode
  • Insertion Loss (Typical): 0.15 dB
  • Insertion Loss (Maximum): 0.30 dB
  • Return Loss (SM): <=-50 dB (UPC)
  • Operational Temperature: -20*C to +70*C
  • 100% Fully Tested
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Please contact us for different colors or jacket types

Do you want or need to learn a bit more about fiber optics before filling your shopping cart? Take some time to navigate our Fiber Optics Explained pages and gather some information to get oriented and make decisions with confidence!

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  • 5

    Posted by DOUG BLEVINS on Jul 24th 2018

    Excellent product at a very low price. Just do the comparisons.

  • 5
    Excellent Product

    Posted by Scott on Apr 4th 2018

    Excellent product, for a low price!

  • 5
    Incredible prices

    Posted by N/A on Sep 10th 2017

    Great prices, products and service. I'll be back again and again.

  • 5
    Great functionality!

    Posted by Susan on Nov 1st 2015

    I found what I needed quickly, at a good price and works as it should - what's not to like?