Yup - that's them.
Looks to me that these are the de-facto standard for consumer grade FTTP connectors.
There are umpteen types of fibre connector.
The APC suffix versions means the fibre tip is polished at an angle and not flat across as per a UPC.
Supposed to improve back reflection at the join but at a cost of a worse insertion loss.
APC's are preferred where you are passing analog signals like RF video while UPC's are preferred for digital signal transmission.
Edited by zom22 (Tue 13-Jan-15 18:45:11)