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FC/PC Fiber Connectors: Multimode, Stainless Steel Ferrule
Connector with Ø250 µm Bore Size
Additional Strain Relief Boots / Crimp Sleeves and Caps can be Purchased Separately
Connector with Ø1050 µm Bore Size
301050G3 Connector Shown Used in a Patch Cable
Thorlabs offers FC/PC connectors with 2.0 mm narrow keys and drilled stainless steel ferrules. These connectors come with bore sizes ranging from Ø125 µm to Ø1580 µm, providing compatibility with various multimode fibers. Each connector package includes a fiber connector cap, crimp sleeve, and strain relief boot compatible with Ø3 mm furcation tubing. Strain relief boots for Ø2 mm furcation tubing and additional connector caps can be purchased separately below. We also offer stainless steel sleeves designed for mating connectors to our stainless steel tubing. Please refer to stainless steel tubing and sleeves for more information.
If you need a bore size that is not listed below, please e-mail Tech Support for a quote on custom-drilled connectors.
As an alternative to buying and assembling separate optical fiber, connectors, and furcation tubing, Thorlabs also offers custom pre-built patch cables using the connectors sold on this page. See our Custom Fiber Patch Cable Configurator to place an order.
Thorlabs offers strain relief boots and dust caps that can be purchased separately from our fiber connectors. The black strain relief boots sold here include a crimp sleeve and are compatible with FC/PC and FC/APC connectors and Ø2 mm furcation tubing (our stock connectors do not include a boot compatible with Ø2 mm tubing).
The CAPF Clear Plastic Dust Caps are for use with all Ø2.5 mm fiber connector ferrules and FC connectors, and the CAPFM Threaded Nickel-Plated Brass Dust Caps are for use with narrow-key FC connectors. Dirt on the fiber tip can result in permanent damage to the fiber connector, which can increase coupling losses or create undesirable mode structures in the output light. To prevent damaging the connectorized fiber, clean before each use with an appropriate fiber and connector cleaning product and use a fiber connector cap to protect the end face of the connectorized fiber when it is not in use.