Fibre Patch Leads
Browse below through the UK's largest range of singlemode fibre patch cables and multimode fibre optic leads – also known as fibre patch cords or fibre patch cables.
Single mode fibre patch cables OS1, and multi mode patch fibre lead, OM1, OM2, OM3 & OM4, stocked in many lengths.
Ready for next day delivery, same day or collection, dependent on stock availability. Highly competitive prices and manufactured to exacting quality standards
Select a sub-category below to view all fibre patch leads; or categories filtered by fibre connector type, fibre cable mode type, or specialist type.
Should be unable to find the right configuration of fibre lead, try our made to order fibre cable service, but if at any point you need any help, do not hesitate to contact us on 01702 443810.
What are Fibre Patch Leads and Multimode Fibre Optic Cables?
Fibre patch leads are essentially cables that allow light to travel at high speeds with low attenuation and disruption. Multi mode cables are effectively a light-carrying pipe with a large bore – making it comparatively easy to get light in and out.
Multimode Fibre Optic Cable vs. Single Mode
Singlemode optic cable has a smaller diameter core and as the name implies it can support only one mode or path. The small core is comparatively difficult to get light into but supports longer transmission distances. Multimode fibre optic cable in contrast has a larger diameter core and allows multiple modes of light to be transmitted and is rapidly becoming the solution of choice where speed, efficacy and reliability are required. At MCL Data Solutions we offer both singlemode and multimode fibre optic solutions and if at any point you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our experienced technical staff.
Buy Fibre Patch Leads at Competitive Prices from MCL Data Solutions
The choice of fibre patch leads, cords and cables can at times be overwhelming and managing these cables onsite can also be problematic. At MCL Data Solutions we offer a wide range of different connector configurations and lengths to ensure your installation is neater and day to day management of your fibre optic cabling is easier.