Fiber Optic Cable

Armored Fiber Optic Cables come in variety of configurations.
Fiber Optic Cable

Armored Fiber Optic Cables come in variety of configurations.

Designed to withstand twisting, kinking, crushing, and prevent rodent damage, Armored Fiber Optic Patch Cords feature stainless steel armored flexible tube with tensile strength greater than 20 Kgf inside outer jacket. They come in 9/125, 50/125, and 62.5/125 Â-µm sizes and offer insertion loss of less than 0.2 dB. Available with SC, ST, MTRJ, FC, MU, E2000, SUS, and other connector types,...

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Active Optical Cable meets needs of HPC deployments.

Operating at less than 20 mW/Gbps, low power Blazar 40G Active Optical Cable combines CMOS photonics technology and single-mode fiber to support long reach connectivity of over 4,000 m and utilizes embedded germanium photodetectors with associated receiver logic to detect cable intrusion attempts. Additionally, low power Blazar uses high performance bend insensitive fiber to achieve fiber bent...

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Megladon® Announces Node Tails with HLC® SCRATCHGUARD(TM) Terminations Are Sold Exclusively Through Draka Communications

Austin, Texas, October 27, 2009 - Megladon Manufacturing Group announced an exclusive agreement with Draka Communications to private label BendBrightXS node tails with HLC SCRATCHGUARD terminations. Integrating the HLC connector mating surface with Draka's bend insensitive glass has provided the fiber optic market with a superior product that minimizes insertion loss, optical return loss and bend...

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Fiber Optic Cable

Draka Cableteq USA Awarded $3.2 Million Grant from DOE to Develop Next Generation Downhole Cable

November 2, 2009 - North Dighton, MA - Draka Cableteq USA, manufacturer of wire and cable products since 1905, announced today that it has received a $3.2 million grant from the United States Department of Energy to support the development of a new generation of tools that will allow Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) to supply the United States with much clean, carbon-neutral electrical power....

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Fiber Optic Cable

Tactical Fiber Optic Cables are field rugged and reusable.

Suited for use in outdoor broadcasting applications, MaxiBend cables are offered in 8 standard variants in single- and multi-mode constructions, with up to 12 fibers, and variety of special options including glass type, fiber count, and jacket color and material. Tight buffered cables feature aramid yarn strength member and sunlight-resistant polyurethane outer jacket. Resistant to abrasion,...

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Drop Cables are tensile rated for 300 lb.

GR-20 and RUS standards compliant, ezInterconnect(TM) MDU Drop cables are offered with 3 different levels of bend insensitive fiber including BendBright, BendBright-XS, and BendBright-Elite. Drop cable is available from 1-12 fibers, gel or dry tube, is round in shape, armored, bends in any direction, and contains single tube. Offered with indoor or outdoor style connectors and with HLC...

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Corning Cable Systems to Highlight Innovation in Fiber-to-the-Antenna Solutions at the 2009 Wireless Infrastructure Show

HICKORY, N.C. - Corning Cable Systems LLC, part of Corning Incorporated's (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, will feature its innovative Evolant® Solutions for Wireless Networks including fiber-to-the-antenna at the 2009 Wireless Infrastructure Show, Sept. 21-24, in Nashville. In its exhibit (booth #521), Corning will display its wireless solutions, and customers will be able to see...

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Corning Cable Systems' LANscape Pretium® 550 Cable Solutions Meet the New OM4 Multimode Fiber Industry Standard

HICKORY, N.C. - Corning Cable Systems LLC, part of Corning Incorporated's (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, announces that its Pretium® 550 cable solutions are OM4 compliant, meeting the new OM4 standard for laser-optimized, high-bandwidth, 50 micron fibers approved by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) in August 2009. Bandwidth requirements for the new OM4 standard are...

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Corning Cable Systems to Highlight Innovative LAN and Data Center Solutions at BICSI 2009 Fall Conference

HICKORY, N.C. - Corning Cable Systems LLC, part of Corning Incorporated's (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, will highlight its innovative local area network (LAN) and data center solutions at the 2009 BICSI Fall Conference, Sept. 21-24 in Las Vegas. In its interactive exhibit (booth #601), Corning Cable Systems will provide hands-on demonstrations of its new LANscape® Pretium®...

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Fiber Optic Cable

Patch Cables feature high bend radius.

Single-mode macrobend/high-bend-radius patch cables utilize bend-insensitive Corning® SMF28e® XB full-spectrum, single-mode fiber that is compliant with ITU-TG.652.D and G.657.A standards. Cables are available with LC, SC, ST, or FC termination; APC or UPC polishes; and jacket thicknesses of 2 or 3 mm. Product has minimum bend radius of only 10 mm and is designed to be used in all...

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