4 6 8 12 Core Single mode G657A1 Multimode Outdoor Armored Fiber Optic Patch Cord
Armored tactical cable features strong tensile strength, strong pressure resistance and good flexibility characteristics. Besides, it is bending resistant, oil resistant, wear resistant and flame retardant. Therefore, armored tactical cable is ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications, such as rapid wiring or repeated retrieval in military field or connecting the networks of two buildings either through the use of an underground conduit or not.
Outdoor Armoured Fiber Patch Cord Introduction:
1. Outdoor patch cord, FC/UPC-LC/UPC, armored cable(outdoor type), 6 cores, 5.0mm(0.6mm inside), LSZH jacket; with metal fanout kit, without armor tube on breakouts.
2. Outdoor patch cord, FC/UPC-LC/UPC, armored cable(outdoor type), SM G657A1, 12 cores, 5.8mm(0.6mm inside), 20m, LSZH jacket; with metal fanout kit, without armor tube on breakouts.
3. Armored patch cord can be laid in all kinds of environmental extremes. It is used without protection
tube which saves space and is quite convenient for maintenance. Also it has the construction including
stainless steel tube which protects optical fiber and provide better security for the whole system.
1) Protection of stainless steel tube with small caliber.
2) Avoid the damage of torsion.
3) High tensile coefficient and stress coefficient.
4) Convenient for application, highly security.
5) Application without damage to cable.
6) Manufacture without damage to cable.
7)Cost cutting for maintenance.
Structure of the armored cable:
Packing & Labeling
Eco-Friendly Packaging & Labeling
This easy to take and well-protected fiber optical cable package has been labeled and marked by FOCC as default. Customized label or package solution are available on request.
Questions & Answers
Are these cables compatible with a variety of modules?
Yes, LC cables can be compatible with SFP, SFP+ (BIDI SFP+), XFP. SC cables can be compatible with BIDI SFP, GBIC, X2 and XENPAK.
What's the difference between orange fiber optic cable and aqua? By Joseph Smith
Both OM1 and OM2 are typically orange, the difference being the size, which is why you see both orange 50 and 62.5 micron cables. OM3 and OM4 are typically aqua. Higher speed applications require OM3 and OM4 (or better) for certain distances. And they have different data rate. OM1 and OM2 can support 1Gb and 10Gb speeds, OM3 and OM4 can support 1Gb to 100Gb speeds.