What are the features of LC Uniboot compared to traditional LC fiber connectors?

The traditional LC duplex fiber optic connector is generally composed of two LC simplex connector through a clip, with a single fiber inside each connector. The LC Uniboot connector is a modified LC duplex connector. The two fibers are simultaneously placed in a 2.4mm or 3.0mm jacket to achieve a single-tube dual-core function, which significantly reduces cabling space requirements. So what is the difference between an LC uniboot connector and a traditional LC fiber connector?

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Compact design for high-density applications
LC Uniboot optical connector adopts single-tube dual-core, half-surround tab end to reduce the number of fibers. Compared to traditional LC duplex jumpers, the uniboot connector effectively reduces installation volume by 50%, including improved cable management, airflow, and cabling.

Easy polarity revisable
What is fiber polarity? The polarity of optical fiber is the direction of optical signal propagation in the optical fiber. Normally, there are a transmitting signal terminal (Tx) and a receiving signal terminal (Rx). The Uniboot connector is an innovative design that allows the fiber polarity to be switched without the need for special tools.

A push-pull tab design
HYC’s LC Uniboot connector is an exclusive patent design with a push-pull tab, which ensures easier release from the high-density environment. The fiber optic connector with a push-pull tab is easy to insert or remove even in high-density environments. A half-surround tab end avoids the cable ganged each other.