Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Optic Calibration Cables are performance-tested.

Master Calibration Cables combine functionality and connectivity options of fiber optic cable assemblies with strict performance/mechanical specification tolerances. Red jacketed fiber promotes differentiation from standard fiber cables and serialization allows matching to accompanying performance/test documentation. Cables come in single mode or multimode, simplex or duplex configurations with...

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Gel-Free Cable uses super-absorbent polymer technology.
Electric Cable

Gel-Free Cable uses super-absorbent polymer technology.

Available in fiber counts of 288, 360, and 432, SST-UltraRibbon(TM) Gel-Free Cable consists of outdoor ribbon cable, in which dry water-blocking materials replace gels previously used. Design eliminates gel-cleaning solvents from workplace and need for cable damming procedures. Cable is fully compliant to ICEA outside plant cable standard and Telcordia GR-20-CORE Issue 2 requirements. It fits in...

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Fiber Optic Cables meet ruggedized fiber requirements.
Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies

Fiber Optic Cables meet ruggedized fiber requirements.

Constructed with protective plastic jacketing, Light ARMOR cable assemblies provide increased protection while minimizing weight. Crush-resistant, bend-limiting, waterproof products incorporate functionality of traditional fiber cable with durability and longevity of ruggedized cable. They are available in simplex and duplex construction with LC, ST, SC, FC, MU, MIL ST, and MIL termination...

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Optical Profinet Structures Using Plastic Fiber-Optic Cables
Fiber Optic Cable

Optical Profinet Structures Using Plastic Fiber-Optic Cables

Fiber-optic cables are used in industrial communication networks for installations subject to electromagnetic interference or when zero radiated emission is desirable, if there are potential differences or for outdoor installations. Siemens Automation and Drives (A&D) is now supplementing its range of Profinet cabling components with plastic fiber-optic cable technology for optical communication....

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Wire Cable and Fiber Rope Assemblies

OSP Cable System suits below-ground and aerial applications.

Targeted for outside plant LANs, Plug & Play(TM) OSP System consists of optical cable pre-installed with network access points at customer-specified intervals. Access points feature overmold closure and flat drop tether cable terminated with environmentally hardened MT connector. Drop options include 12-fiber MTP® Connector, standard connector type, or OptiSheath(TM) Advantage MultiPort...

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Fiber Optic Cable

Cables are suited for premises security applications.

FREEDM® Fan-Out Cables utilize flame-retardant 900 micron buffered 2.9 mm fiber subunits surrounded by water-resistant, dielectric strength members and protected by flame-retardant, UV-resistant black outer jacket. Indoor/outdoor temperature-resistant cable provides environmental protection and eliminates need for transition splice when entering building. Cables meet application requirements of...

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Electric Cable

Fiber Ribbon Cable holds up to 1,008 optical fibers.

Offering alternative to central tube cable design, Outside Plant fiber ribbon cable products are available in all-dielectric and armored constructions. They utilize stranded tube design, which can contain up to 12 fiber optic ribbons per tube and 144 optical fibers per tube. Design facilitates separation of optical fibers within cable, as multiple tubes can be combined within product to carry...

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Cable System eliminates fiber polarity concerns.
Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies

Cable System eliminates fiber polarity concerns.

To streamline process of deploying optical network infrastructure, Plug & Play(TM) Universal System features pre-terminated trunks, extender trunks, harnesses, modules, and patch cords. Suited for data center applications, system has no polarity components, avoiding polarity problems caused by incorrect placement of modules and jumpers. Modules and harnesses are wired the same to simplify system...

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Fiber Optic Cables meet limited combustible standards.
Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Optic Cables meet limited combustible standards.

UL-Listed Adventum(TM) LC Cables feature dry loose tube construction and utilize GIGAlite(TM) multimode and singlemode optical fibers. They help minimize potential fuel load and produce up to 20 times less smoke than plenum-rated cables. Carrying fire hazard classification listing of FHC 25/50, cables meet NFPA 255 Standard Test Method of Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials, and...

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