Miscellaneous Panels

Fiber Optic Managed Patch Panel supports evolving datacenters.

Addressing datacenter demand for higher optical port density and accelerated installation, PatchView(TM) Xlight(TM) MPO-MPO Tray helps datacenters prepare for migration to next-generation 40G/100G network by using 12-fiber cabling systems and MPO connectors. It lets installers work with MPO cords, is fully compatible with 40G and 100G IEEE 802.3 applications, and is comprised of MPO adapters in...

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Flexible Optical Cables serve wind turbines, solar plants.
Electric Cable

Flexible Optical Cables serve wind turbines, solar plants.

Used for communication and control, High Flex Fiber Optic Cables are offered in Plastic Optical Fiber (POF), Plastic Coated Fiber (PCF), HCS, and glass variants. These customized infrastructure cables and assemblies, depending on choice, can survive temperatures down to -40°C or up to +70°C. Torsion approved and tested, plug-and-play solutions are available with UV-resistant and...

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Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Optic Cables target wind turbines and solar PV systems.

Torsion approved and tested, High-Flex Fiber Optic Cables for SCADA are available in low-temperature models down to -40°C as well as high-temperature versions up to +70°C. Plug-and-play solutions are UV-resistant and rodent proof and are offered with Fastbus, Fast Ethernet, and V Pin connections. Applications include communication and control in solar plants and both onshore and...

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Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies

Plastic Optical Fiber Cables exhibit optimal flexibility.

Available for indoor and outdoor use, polymer optic fiber (POF) cables feature fiber core and cladding, both made of polymer, for optimal flexibility and EMC security. Cables do not exhibit any crosstalk and deliver clear galvanic separation. Product can be used to bridge distances up to 70 m, and it can also cover distances to 150 m by selecting suitable active components. Options include...

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Active Optical Cable Assemblies operate up to 10 Gbps/lane.
Fiber Optic Cable

Active Optical Cable Assemblies operate up to 10 Gbps/lane.

Designed with internally terminated optics, PARALIGHT QSFP+ cable assemblies have passively cooled design and fully integrated optical engines. Cable management is facilitated via 3.0 mm dia and tight bend radius. Electrical-optical and optical-electrical conversion are built into connector shell. Cables feature 7 transmit and 4 receive channels for InfiniBand standard SDR, DDR, and QDR...

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Electric Cable

Sify Becomes the First ICT Player to Have Submarine Cable System

CHENNAI, India- Sify Technologies Limited (Nasdaq NM: SIFY), a leader in Enterprise and Consumer Internet Services in India with global delivery capabilities today announced its readiness to activate their capacities in the Europe India Gateway (EIG) submarine cable system, thus becoming the first ICT player to do so. Sify has made a strategic investment in EIG capacities to support their...

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Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Optic Cable exhibits stability over temperature range.

Designed with standard size and optical performance in compliance with ITU - T G652, Phase Stabilized Optical Fiber (PSOF) Cable is used for transmitting base band signals in synchronized measurement systems. Cable, constructed with aramid strength members and outer PVC jacket with 2.8 mm dia, is buffered with liquid crystal polymer, which has negative thermal expansion coefficient. Thermal...

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Electric Cable

New Additions to Robot Cable Range

Cable carrier expert, igus®, has introduced twistable hybrid, bus, motor and fiber-optic cables to its torsion resistant Chainflex® robot cable range. The line includes five with a PUR outer jacket. CF-Robot 9 is a hybrid control cable that is available shielded or unshielded. CF-Robot 8 is a shielded bus cable, while CF-Robot 4 is a shielded position-feedback cable. CF-Robot 6 and...

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