O-m6 patchcords and pigtails are made from top-of-the-line materials. Their uncompromising design provides for reliable utilization in most applications. They are available in a wide range of connectors and fibres. Standard products come in 900 μm, 2 mm and 3 mm jackets. They can also be customized to suit specific applications, such as outdoor use, harsh, high-temperature and high-power environments, etc.

  • The best optical performance in the industry.
  • Highly robust connectors.
  • Latest-generation fibre used in most products.
  • Our products have passed the most stringent testing specified in TELCORDIA GR-326-CORE.

Technical characteristics

The Series + includes the geometric qualification report.

  • Lower insertion loss option available.
  • All connectors are inspected to meet IEC standards.
  • All connectors are tested at 850 nm (MM) and 1550 nm (SM), test data supplied.
  • Products are designed to meet or exceed the TELCORDIA, GR-326-CORE standards.

Other relevant information

Procedure for cleaning


  • Keep connectors clean.
  • Put the protective cap back on when not in use.
  • The fibre’s bend radius must always be greater than 30 mm.
  • Do not touch the ferrule prior to installation.
  • Make sure each connector is installed properly.


  1. Wipe around the ferrule twice using lens paper soaked in 99% isopropyl alcohol.
  2. Repeat using a wipe intended for delicate tasks.
  3. Place a tissue soaked in alcohol on a smooth surface. Keeping the connector perpendicular (at an angle for an APC polish), lightly wipe the surface of the ferrule.
  4. Wipe the connector to soak up the excess alcohol. Use a wipe intended for delicate tasks.
  5. Hook up the connector or put the cap back on.

Cassettes and motorized cleaners also yield acceptable results.

Before you inspect a connector, always make sure the light source is turned off.

How to order ?

All products ordered from O-m6 can be customized to meet your requirements.

Questions? | Contact us at 450 979-2275 | inf@om6.com

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