USA: SEA CON Develops Extensive Range of Hybrid Optic Connectors

As organizations within the subsea industry develop more applications with hybrid optic connector technology in mind, there has been a dramatic increase in the quantity and complexity of hybrid optic connector configurations needed to fit these applications.

As fiber optic communication continues to evolve the SEA CON® Group has developed a comprehensive and extensive range of optical hybrid connectors. SEA CON®’s hybrid optic range is designed and manufactured to meet the specific and varied environmental conditions imposed on connectors today.

SEA CON®’s standard dry-mate hybrid optic products are based around three of SEA CON®’s hybrid connector ranges; the MSS (Metal Shell Series), MINI-CON and the latest OPTI-CON series which was developed in response to a need for a standard high quality hybrid connector.

With over 13 years experience in underwater hybrid optic connector technology, SEA CON® can offer optical dry-mate, wet-mate, underwater mateable connectors, optical penetrators and optical fiber management systems.

Subsea World News Staff , November 30, 2011;  Image: SEA CON

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