Indoor Optical Fiber Cable
All types of indoor fiber optic cables and constructions for vertical and horizontal network within buildings at factory prices. Get an optimized fiber cable solution for your indoor optical network from Uni-fibercable. Fiber Optic Cables For Indoor Application
These indoor fiber optic cables are used exclusively within buildings and must have a flame-retardant jacket to fit this purpose. Flame resistant cable may be deployed in-duct (conduit) or cable tray. When routing a cable within a building, you will also need to factor in fire prevention requirements. These requirements differ per country and region of the world. Characteristics of Indoor Optical Cable
Outdoor optical cables
- 1. The indoor optical cable is a kind of optical cable formed by optical fiber (optical transmission carrier) through a specific process. It mainly consists of optical fibers (glass filaments as thin as hair), plastic protective sheaths, and plastic casings.
- 2. There is no gold, silver, copper, or aluminum in the optical cable, and it generally has no recycling value.
- 3. The indoor optical cable is a kind of communication line that is formed by a certain number of optical fibers in a certain way, and some are wrapped with a sheath or an outer sheath to realize optical signal transmission.
- 4. Indoor fiber optic cables have low tensile strength and poor protection but are more portable and economical.
- 5. Indoor optical cables are mainly used for building wiring connections between network equipment.
- 6. The indoor optical cable is mainly suitable for horizontal wiring and backbone subsystems.
have higher tensile strength and a thicker protective layer and are generally packaged with armor.
Outdoor optical cables are primarily used in building complex subsystems and can be used on the occasions such as outdoor burial
, pipeline, overhead and underwater laying, and other events.
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|FTTH Fiber Cable
It is the last mile fiber optic cable in the FTTH network. It connects the distributed fiber optic cable from communication system and the multimedia box in households or offices.
|Breakout Fiber Cable
Sometimes the terminals require large fiber optic network access, such as apartment or commercial buildings. A huge fiber count of breakout fiber optic can help with this situation.
|Distribution Fiber Cable
In data center or server room, it requires high density of fiber distribution and connection in high standard. Provides all specs of tight buffer distribution fiber cables.
Distribution cables are offered in plenum and riser versions for flame resistance, as well as in unitized and non-unitized constructions that fit a wide array of environments.
|Tight Buffer Fiber Cable
Tight-Buffered Fiber Cables are optimized for indoor, enterprise applications, including intra-building backbones and horizontal and vertical installations.
|Ribbon Fiber Cable
Relative to cable size, Flexible Ribbon Cable provides the highest connectivity density to make every square foot count.
Ribbon Fiber Cables' small OD and superb flexibility make it easier and faster to handle, creating installation possibilities in narrow pathways and small conduit.
|Simplex Fiber Optic Cable
Simplex fiber is most often used for applications that only require one-way data transfer. Digital data read outs, interstate highway sensor relays, and automated speed and boundary sensors (for sports application) are all great uses of simplex fiber optic cable.
|Duplex Fiber Optic Cable
Duplex fiber cable is carefully structured in a zip-cord arrangement, which is most often used for duplex communication between devices where require simultaneous, bi-directional data transfer. Larger workstations, fiber switches and servers, fiber modems, and similar hardware tends to require duplex fiber cable.
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These fiber optic FR cables are used exclusively within buildings and must have a flame-retardant jacket to fit this purpose.
|Zero Halogen Fiber Cables
LSZH cables eliminate toxic gases produced when water interacts with a burning cable jacket.
Plenum is defined as any enclosed area that facilitates environmental air handling. Cable jackets used in plenum spaces are rated for both flame and smoke generation. Plenum cables dielectric strength members provide tensile strength with a specially formulated flame-retardant outer jacket.
Riser-rated cable jackets are held to a lower standard than plenum cables.The specially formulated,flame-retardant outer jacket and rugged construction of these cables facilitates routing through riser shafts and long horizontal runs inside buildings.
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