Molex debuts flame-retardant Polymicro FR optical fibres

Molex has developed a flame-retardant version of its Polymicro optical fibres. Molex Polymicro Flame-Retardant (FR) Optical Fibres meet the UL 94 V-0 flammability standard for component materials used in telecommunications and industrial applications where a low flammability rating is essential.

Molex updates zSFP+ interconnect system to support 56G channels

Molex says its zSFP+ Interconnect System now supports channels with individual lane data rates up to 56Gb/s PAM-4, providing enhanced signal integrity for next-generation Ethernet and Fibre Channel applications.

The cages and cable assemblies that make up the zSFP+ Interconnect System come in a stacked 2xN configuration to meet the needs of OEMs requiring high-density interconnects. The product range includes EMI-protected ganged cages, which are available in multiple port sizes from 2x1 through 2x12.

Molex shows high-density optical EMI shielding adapters

When optics moves onto the line card, systems developers need to find ways to manage electromagnetic interference (EMI) through the front panel. That’s where Molex’s high-density optical EMI shielding adapters come in. The company displayed its new line of multi-port EMI adapters with internal laser protection shutters on its booth, 3218, at OFC 2017, on 21–23 March in Los Angeles.

Molex OptoConnect custom optical enclosures

Molex Incorporated recently launched its OptoConnect Custom Optical Enclosures. Designed to simplify complex fibre optic mapping issues, OptoConnect fibre routing system using integrated FlexPlane optical circuitry provides a complete end-to-end optical management system that interfaces with various manufacturers of high density telecom and datacom equipment used in communications systems.

FlexiBend MPO/MTP flexible-boot cable assemblies

Molex has introduced FlexiBend MPO/MTP flexible-boot cable assemblies, designed to optimise cable routing and support low profile installations where cabinet doors or front panels might interfere with traditional straight style bend limiting boots. These optical cables can be used in datacom, telecommunications, medical, and industrial equipment cabinets and rack-to-rack applications, the company says. 

The assemblies feature flexible bend limiting boots which allow cable exits in varying positions from straight to a 90-degree angle. 


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