Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies

Fiber-Optic Patch Cables meet ANSI/UL standard.
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Fiber-Optic Patch Cables meet ANSI/UL standard.

Fiber-Optic Patch Cables are available in 1 m, 2 m and customized lengths. Units offer strong optical and mechanical transmission properties and meet UL and IEC standards. Products are suitable for electrical or electronic applications and consist of cable and connector. Offering speed up to 10 Gbps, connectors are available in LC-Duplex, SC-Duplex, B-FOC (ST), SC-RJ, and FSMA variations.

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High Quality Fiber Optic Cables, Made in the USA, Custom Lengths Available

Electro Standards Laboratories (ESL), Cranston, RI, offers all types of high quality, terminated Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies in any length.  Fiber Optic Cables offer near-unlimited bandwidth at high speeds over long distances and are totally immune to electrical interference.  These cables are critical components in telecommunications, networking, broadcast communications, and many industrial...

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Northwire Expands HD Broadcast Offering with LEMO SMPTE Fibre Optic Assembly Certification
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Northwire Expands HD Broadcast Offering with LEMO SMPTE Fibre Optic Assembly Certification

Benefit from end-to-end interconnectivity:  LEMO connectors, NWI cables, assemblies repair OSCEOLA, WI.  – Northwire, Inc., (NWI), a leading custom cable and assembly manufacturer and subsidiary of The LEMO Group, announced it is officially certified by LEMO to build and repair SMPTE hybrid fibre optic cable assemblies.  With more than 30 years as the leader in high performance fibre optic...

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Managing the New FGD Wastewater Regulations
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Managing the New FGD Wastewater Regulations

EPA Steam Electric Power Generating Effluent Limitations Guidelines, or ELG’s, impact coal-fired power plant operations and their wastewater management. Specifically, the ELG’s impose limits for suspended solids, arsenic, mercury, selenium, and nitrate/nitrite for Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) wastewater. These regulations drive the need for technology based solutions that address and adapt to variables such as the nature of wastewater streams, types of contaminants, contaminant loading, and costs. In this guide you will learn about the best available technologies for complying with the new standards. One of the leading contenders in this process is the Fluidized Bed Reactor or FBR, which removes soluble selenium and other metals from FGD wastewater. Advantages of fluidized bed reactors include optimum microorganism efficiency, smaller overall footprint, steady-state operation, lower hydraulic residence times, system robustness, and lower costs. Download this guide for additional information on FBR technology for treating FGD wastewater, including pilot studies and tests, and polishing selenium removal options.

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USB 3.0 Cable Assemblies feature right angle design.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

USB 3.0 Cable Assemblies feature right angle design.

Capable of 4.8 Gbps, Right-Angle USB 3.0 Cable Assemblies are specifically designed for high-speed data applications in tight spaces. Cables also support high-resolution cameras used in USB3 Vision applications. Available in 6 stock lengths with up or down exits and Type A, B, and Micro-B configurations, products feature molded connectors with 30 µin. gold-plated contacts and are fully shielded...

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Test Reference Cables support network verification.

Available in singlemode and multimode versions, HLC® SCRATCHGUARD® Test Reference Cables feature hardened lens contact technology. Laser process produces tempered mating surface that extends life span of assembly. Shipped with optical performance data, interferometric data, and Fiberchek inspection data, cables are suited for fiber optic performance testing, manufacturing lines, fiber loss test...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Connector and Termination Kit hasten fiber optic repair/install.

Attaching to cable via mechanical means, LC Crimp and Cleave Connector utilizes optical and mechanical properties of HCS® (Hard Clad Silica) and Graded Index HCS® optical fibers. GiHCS® optical fiber in Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) cable construction with Crimp and Cleave LC connectors accelerates fiber optic cable installation/repair by technicians without any power, epoxy, gel, or polishing...

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MPO Fiber Products comprise cables, coupling, and cleaner.
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MPO Fiber Products comprise cables, coupling, and cleaner.

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...

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Fiber Optic Trunk Cables/Assemblies serve wireless applications.
Electronic Components & Devices

Fiber Optic Trunk Cables/Assemblies serve wireless applications.

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...

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Basalt America announces FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)
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Basalt America announces FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)

Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), represents a truly groundbreaking advancement is structural reinforcement. Lightweight, strong, and green, they are changing the way the construction industry thinks about rebar. Unlike steel, FRPs dont rust and are far stronger than standard rebar. To learn why Fiber Reinforced Polymers are poised to change the way the world builds, see our video.

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