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Fiber Type Color Code
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Multimode (50/125) (OM2) Orange Orange OM2, 50/125
Multimode (50/125) (850 nm Laser-optimized) (OM3, OM4) Aqua Undefined OM3 or OM4, 850 LO 50 /125
Multimode (50/125) (850 nm Laser-optimized) (OM5) Lime Green
Multimode (62.5/125) (OM1) Orange Slate OM1, 62.5/125
Multimode (100/140) Orange Green 100/140
Single-mode (OS1, OS1a, OS2) Yellow Yellow OS1, OS1a, OS2, SM/NZDS, SM
Polarization Maintaining Single-mode Blue Undefined Undefined (2)
Users have been installing hybrid (MM+SM) cables in the backbone for years. With the premises fiber optic cabling now including two varieties of 50/125 fiber, 62.5/125 and singlemode fibers, managing the cable plant is more difficult. We have already seen instances of users and installers being confused and getting bad test results, as well as having problems with networks operating when connected over the wrong fiber type.
Fiber Color Codes
Inside the cable or inside each tube in a loose tube cable, individual fibers will be color coded for identification. Fibers follow the convention created for telephone wires except fibers are identified individually, not in pairs. For splicing, like color fibers are spliced to ensure continuity of color codes throughout a cable run.
Fiber Number Color
Note: For 16 fiber MPO connectors, fibers 13-16 are specified as follows: 13: Olive, 14: Magenta, 15: Tan, 16: Lime.
There is a publicly available document that defines the twelve TIA/EIA colors for fiber conductors