An MTP-MTP conversion harness provides a way for converting MTP backbone cables to the MTP type which matches their active equipment. The MTP conversion cable provides an alternative to conversion modules because they eliminate one mated MTP pair across the link.
Many of today’s legacy fibre infrastructures are built using a Base-12 MTP backbone design, although this connector is rarely used on higher data rate switches or servers. Currently, Base-8 is the preferred connector for 40G transceivers (SR4) and Base-24 is the preferred connector for 100G transceivers (SR10).
With the wide variety of MTP connector types being used in modern data centres there has been some confusion in identifying the different base types. HUBER+SUHNER MTP-MTP conversion harnesses are supplied with colour-coded boots so that users can quickly identify the connection type, this colour coding is also used within the HUBER+SUHNER IANOS fibre management system.
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