What is the “weakest link” of a connectorized cable assembly?
In terms of long-term reliability, the “weakest link” of a connectorized cable assembly is the area within the ferrule which contains the strip “transition point” (where the buffered fiber is stripped down to bare fiber) and the majority of the injected epoxy.
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Answered by AskFOC Technical Team September 5, 2018
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