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Communication Systems & Equipment -> Fiber Optic Communication Systems & Equipment -> Optical Cables

Optical Cables

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ADSS Cable features 100% gel-free construction.

OFS    Norcross, GA 30071
Jul 01, 2014 With span length capability up to 1,500 ft and fiber counts from 2–288 fibers, double jacket PowerGuide® DT All-Dielectric Self-Supporting Cable accelerates deployment by minimizing cable preparation time. Flexible buffer tubes facilitate routing and management within closures, but are rugged enough to pass IEEE 1222 sheave test for installation durability. Applications include power distribution networks, FTTH deployments, self-supporting aerial use, and direct use in ducts.

MPO Fiber Products comprise cables, coupling, and cleaner.

MPO Fiber Products comprise cables, coupling, and cleaner.

L-Com    North Andover, MA 01845
Jun 24, 2014 With push-pull design for facilitated mating/removal, dense multi-fiber round cables use 4 channels of MPO connector to receive and 4 to transmit. Each channel is 10gig rated using OM3 cable. MPO fiber optic coupler enables connection of one male MPO cable to one female MPO cable. By joining 2 cables and cross wiring them, coupler lets users change cable from straight to crossed or vice versa. Also available, SENKO dry cloth cleaner removes oil and dust contaminants from MPO fiber connectors.

Fiber Optic Trunk Cables/Assemblies serve wireless applications.

Fiber Optic Trunk Cables/Assemblies serve wireless applications.

RF Industries    San Diego, CA 92126 4202
May 16, 2014 Factory terminated fiber optic trunk cables utilize Corning FREEDM™ One fiber trunk cable. Available with 6 strand single mode or multi-mode, 12, 24, or 36 strand single mode configurations, trunk cables are flame retardant and UV resistant and can be used for indoor, outdoor, or direct burial applications. Fiber optic trunk cables are terminated with Corning LC or SC connectors with 2 m fanouts in standard or custom lengths.

Optical Cable supports Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt 2 devices.

Other World Computing    Woodstock, IL 60098
Jan 21, 2014 OWC Thunderbolt™ Cable, in lengths of 10, 20, and 30 m, allow noisy storage appliances to be moved into equipment closet to promote quiet and productive work environment. In addition to supporting 10 Gbps Thunderbolt and 20 Gbps Thunderbolt 2 devices, cables support 4K video transfers and 4K display capabilities via DisplayPort 1.2. Cables allow for daisy-chaining of up to 6 Thunderbolt devices and can be used for Target Disk Mode between 2 Macs that support Thunderbolt.

Ruggedized Fiber Jumpers ensure reliable wireless performance.

Ruggedized Fiber Jumpers ensure reliable wireless performance.

RF Industries    San Diego, CA 92126 4202
Dec 03, 2013 Featuring IP66/67 ratings, LC-LC Duplex Fiber Jumpers are manufactured with Corning FREEDM® One cable and terminated with harsh environment connectors with strain reliefs that exceed 56 lb of pull. Operating from -40 to +70°C, assemblies are suited for wireless systems with remote radio head designs that are installed outside and require ruggedized fiber-to-the-antenna cabling.

HDMI Cable Assemblies feature 45° angle connectors.

HDMI Cable Assemblies feature 45° angle connectors.

L-Com    North Andover, MA 01845
Dec 02, 2013 With connectors molded at 45° angles, HDMI Cable Assemblies allow for angled connectivity in tight spaces without damaging cable or port. Units include PVC and Low Smoke Zero Halogen versions with either right or left exit. Cables are suited for audio/video applications including home theater, digital signage, desktop displays, and projectors.

Industrial Cabling features crimp and cleave connectors.

OFS, Specialty Photonics Division    Avon, CT 06001
Nov 27, 2013 Featuring Low Smoke Zero Halogen cable construction, Graded Index HCS® Optical Fiber Cabling with SC Crimp and Cleave connectors operates from -20 to +105°C while offering resistance to abrasion, vibration, and industrial chemicals. Cable systems support fast (100 Mbps) and Gigabit Ethernet (1,000 Mbps) data rates and are compatible with most common GBIC transceivers. Suited for indoor and outdoor use, cabling requires no power, epoxy, gel, or polishing for termination process.

Patch Cables pass longwave GbE applications over MM fiber.

Megladon Manufacturing Group, Ltd.    Austin, TX 78758
Oct 30, 2013 Mode Conditioning Patch Cords allow longwave (1,310 nm) Gigabit Ethernet applications to function over MM (multi-mode) fiber. Products enable transceiver to launch directly into SM (single-mode) fiber, which is offset spliced in MM fiber of choice. This allows for optimized signal launch into MM fiber. Modified hybrid-glass patch cord allows for extended range of transmission and prevents Differential Mode Delay (DMD) issues from occurring.

Optical Fiber Cables deliver tactical durability.

OFS, Specialty Photonics Division    Avon, CT 06001
Aug 06, 2013 At 0.8 mm dia, Micro-Links (µlinx™) cables deliver tactical durability for use in manned/unmanned vehicles. Aircraft-specific µlinx Avionics cables weigh 0.7 g/m and feature braided aramid yarn and -65 to 150°C performance range. ETFE cable jacket resists abrasion and chemicals. With Hytrel® jacket over underlying aramid yarn, µlinx Tether cables suit ground vehicles. Both designs are available with bend-resistant single-mode, 50 µm multimode, or 62.5 µm multimode graded index optical fiber.

Active Optical Cables support distances up to 100 m.

Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.    White Plains, NY 10601
Mar 27, 2013 Available with QSFP+ and CXP form factors, AOC Connects Cables feature maximum aggregate bandwidth of 120 Gbps. Providing benefits over copper cables designed for InfiniBand QSFP SDR/DDR/QDR/FDR/EDR and 40/100 Gbps Ethernet applications, units support distances up to 100 m while minimizing weight, density, and power consumption over traditional copper alternatives.

Bend-Optimized Fibers enable smaller cables, higher fiber count.

OFS    Norcross, GA 30071
Feb 27, 2013 Without compromising fiber strength or long-term reliability, AllWave® FLEX and FLEX+ Bend-Optimized Single-Mode Fiber with 200 micron coating enable MiDia® 2FX microcables to minimize cabled diameters for use in congested duct networks. AllWave FLEX maintains low bending loss across full usable spectrum of wavelengths, from 1,260–1,625 nm, and can be coiled into 20 mm dia loop with less than 0.5 dB incurred loss at 1,625 nm and less than 0.2 dB incurred loss at 1,550 nm.

Fiber Optic Cables are suited for commercial aircraft systems.

OFS, Specialty Photonics Division    Avon, CT 06001
Feb 11, 2013 FlightLink™ 50 µm OM3 can support 100 Gbit Ethernet up to 100 m. For applications that require single mode performance, FlightLink Bend Optimized Single Mode offers enhanced bend performance combined with standard-sized mode field. Incorporating OFS fibers, buffer, braided strength members, and outer jacket, all avionics cables are qualified to 200°C and designed with identical tight buffer construction that eliminates kinking.

Loose Tube Fiber Cable has dense, compact fiber arrangement.

Prysmian Fiber Cable - a Division of the Prysmian Group    Claremont, NC 28610
Jan 15, 2013 With buffer tube bend radius of 20 mm and fiber bend radius of 7.5 mm, bend-tolerant LT2.0 BBXS outside plant loose tube cable enables more cables to be placed in duct. Design enables use of smaller reels and promotes handling efficiency in field. Up to 456 fibers fit in 1 in. duct, and ITU G.652.D- and G.657.A2-compliant cable is backwards compatible with existing single-mode fibers. Product is also compliant with North American cable standards GR 20 and RUS / RDUP PE 90.

Fiber Optic Patch Cord helps minimize data center cabling.

Fiber Optic Patch Cord helps minimize data center cabling.

CABLExpress    Syracuse, NY 13221
Dec 05, 2012 Featuring 2 mm diameter, Skinny-Trunk® Fiber Optic Patch Cord ensures that critical airflow paths in data center are not blocked and allows for substantial data center infrastructure cabling reduction without altering existing technology. Connector body is also shortened, further optimizing flexibility and manageability. In addition, cord features maximum insertion loss of 0.15 dB per LC.

Indoor MDU Cabling Solution reduces installation requirements.

OFS    Norcross, GA 30071
Sep 28, 2012 HomeRun™ accelerates and facilitates lower loss fiber deployment in multiple dwelling unit (MDU) buildings. Using drop cabling bundled in factory with low friction sheath, 6 or 12 compact drop cables can be pulled up riser and down hallway in one step. Mini-cord breakout cable (7 or 10 mm dia), which contains 6 or 12 EZ-Bend® fibers in 1.6 mm cords in one low-friction sheath, has one end terminated with SC or LC connectors plugged into FOX Solution® 144 FDH, 64 min-FDH, or Slimbox™ terminal.

Laser Connectors offer power handling capabilities to 750 W.

Fiberguide Industries, Inc.    Stirling, NJ 07980
Aug 31, 2012 Constructed from all-silica optical fibers with core sizes from 100-1,500 µm, FD-80 high power keyed connector assemblies are designed for power requirements of industrial laser systems used for cutting, drilling, marking, and welding. Epoxy-free cantilevered nose design isolates fibers from connector, allowing safe dissipation of thermal energy without burning surrounding material. Laser polished fiber face promotes power transmission while reducing risk of damage to end face.

CWDM Modules transmit multiple wavelengths down single fiber.

CWDM Modules transmit multiple wavelengths down single fiber.

Megladon Manufacturing Group, Ltd.    Austin, TX 78758
Jun 14, 2012 Ultra Dense CWDM modules are used to transmit multiple wavelengths down a single fiber eliminating need for multiple long haul trunk cables. Module houses dual, bidirectional 1 x 8 CWDMs built on LC connector foundation. This is accomplished in 2RU frame that can hold up to 19 modules which provides density of 38 1 x 8 CWDMs in 2RU of rack space. By incorporating LC connector, port count is increased to 342 in ½ the size.

Optical Routing Solution enables nearly invisible fiber in home.

OFS    Norcross, GA 30071
Feb 22, 2012 Fostering fiber routing inside homes and MDUs, EZ-Bend® InvisiLight(TM) Optical Solution features 1 mm dia optical micro-cord that blends with interior decor. Installers can roll and adhere micro-cord into grooves between ceilings and walls, walls and moldings, corners between walls, or directly on moldings, while EZ-Bend® fiber enables solution to conform to contours and corners in residences with negligible signal loss. Auto-slack storage and plug-and-play connectors accelerate deployment.

IR Fiber Optic Cables suit military and industrial environments.

IRphotonics    Hamden, CT 06518
Feb 02, 2012 Offered in various lengths, HE Series hermetically sealed, fiber in metal tube cables feature flexible squarelock conduit and optional PVDF lining. Products are suited for housing Mid Infrared Fibers (iGuide(TM)) and shielding them against physical and environmental conditions. Cables are suitable for use in defense and aerospace applications that use indium fluoride fibers and remote spectroscopy applications in harsh industrial environments. Various optical fiber connectors are available.

Mode Stripping SMA Cables suit high power laser systems.

Fiberguide Industries, Inc.    Stirling, NJ 07980
Oct 07, 2011 Along with passive, air-cooled design, mode stripping SMA cable assemblies have integrated mode stripper that dissipates up to 25 W of power from cladding. This ensures clean output and enables power handling to 100, 250, and 350 W for 100, 200, and 400 µm cores, respectively. Epoxy-free, cantilevered nose design isolates optical fiber from ferrule, preventing thermal and contamination issues. Cables contain all-silica fiber, and fiber tips are laser polished for optimal transmission.

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