Singlemode Patch Cables
Megladon uses the highest quality raw materials to ensure every SM cable has reference grade performance. All Singlemode (SM) Patch Cables are terminated using the HLC® process, and have best in class IL and ORL, as well as GR-326 compliant geometry. We terminate all major connector and glass types, and are committed to build the highest quality cables available in the market.
Multimode Patch Cables
Multimode (MM) Patch Cables manufactured by Megladon are built to reference grade performance and geometrical standards. We build with both standard and bend-insensitive fiber types, and have selected industry recognized connectors to maintain high performance standards. Our assemblies are designed to support the trend of higher data rates and will prepare your network for 10gig and beyond.
LC High-Density Products
The LC Products manufactured by Megladon are designed to support the density needs of the modern data center and telecom environments. Every cable is built from the highest quality materials from the top manufacturers in the industry, and all assemblies are factory-terminated and tested to standards beyond industry requirements.
1.2mm Singlemode Patch Cables
Megladon 1.2mm Singlemode (SM) Patch Cables satisfy the needs of ultra-dense environments without compromising the physical durability of the cable. The 1.2mm cable requires 1/3 of the routing space of a typical 2.0mm cable, but without any compromise in durability and cable strength.
Fiber Optic Attenuators
Megladon Fiber Optic Attenuators are used in a variety of applications where a specified amount of attenuation is required. System performance is optimized by controlling the signal power through the introduction of attenuation. Megladon’s fixed attenuators provide highly-accurate attenuation values that translate into repeatable performance.
Mode Conditioning Cables
Megladon’s Mode Conditioning Cables are designed to allow for longwave (1310nm) Gigabit Ethernet applications to function over MM fiber. When Gigabit transceivers launch directly into MM fiber, multiple modes (light pathways) are utilized that do not always have the same transmission length or characteristics, causing Differential Mode Delay (DMD). Mode conditioning cables prevent this from occurring by allowing the transceiver to launch directly into a SM fiber that offset spliced in the MM fiber of choice, allowing for a controlled launch into the MM fiber.