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TIA TIA-492C000 EN-Sectional Specification for Class IVa Dispersion-Unshifed Single-Mode Optical Fibers
TIA TIA-492CA00 EN-Blank Detail Specification for Class IVa Dispersion-Unshifted Single Mode Optical Fibers
TIA TIA-492CAAA EN-Detail Specification for Class IVa Dispersion-Unshifted Single-Mode Optical Fibers
TIA TIA-492CAAB EN-Detail Specification for Class IVa Dispersion-Unshifted Single-Mode Optical Fibers with Low Water Peak
TIA TIA-492E000 EN-Sectional Specification for Class IVd Nonzero-Dispersion Single-Mode Optical Fibers for the 1550 nm Window
TIA TIA-492EA00 EN-Blank Detail Specification for Class IVd Nonzero-Dispersion Single-Mode Optical Fiber for the 1550 nm Window
TIA TR-42 specifies singlemode fiber optic cable for premises applications. OS1 or OS2 fiber for outdoor or indoor/outdoor applications is specified for a maximum attenuation of 0.5 dB/km at either 1310 05 1550 nm. For indoor applications, OS1 or OS2 fiber is specified for a maximum attenuation of 1.0 dB/km at either 1310 05 1550 nm.
50 μm 492AAAE
Type A1a.4 G.651.1 TIA 492AAAE OM5
OM1 is legacy 62.5/125 micron multimode fiber standardized for data by IBM in the mid 1980s, adopted by FDDI in the late 1980s and standardized for TIA-568 in the early versions of the premises cabling standard.
OM2 is legacy 50/125 micron multimode fiber standardized for data for gigabit multimode networks in the late 1990s in TIA-568.
OM3 and OM4 are higher bandwidth versions of 50/125 fiber used for faster data networks and for longer distance links.
OM5 is a wideband 50/125 micron multimode fiber standardized for use with short wavelength WDM with VCSEL sources in the range of 850-950nm.
Here is more information on the nomenclature and use of multimode fibers.
Fiber types are identified by color codes for cable jackets and/or connectors.
More information on fiber optic color codes.