|Origin:||Made In China|
|Category:||Electronics & Electricity / Optical Fiber, Cable & Wire / Optical Fiber|
|Label:||GYTC8A , Self-Supporting Cabl , fiber optic cable|
The GYTC8A figure 8 self-supporting cable sets 250μm coated optic fibers into a high-modulus loose tube which contains water blocking compound inside, and then a certain amount of loose tubes and filler rods are stranded around a metallic central strength member to form the cable core. After longitudinally covered byaluminum polyethylene laminate (APL), the cable core is integrated with stranded steel wires in a figure 8 PE sheath.
Optical Parameters of Figure 8 Self-Supporting Cable
Structural Parameters of Figure 8 Self-Supporting Cable
|Model||Fiber count||Tube No.||Filler rod No.||Cable diameter (mm)||Cable weight (kg/km)||Tensile strength (long/short term, N)||Crush strength (long/ short term, N/100mm)||Bending radius (static/ dynamic, mm)|
1. Our figure 8 outdoor aerial cable boasts extremely high tensile strength owing to the implementation of steel wires, so it suits for self-supporting aerial installation which could cut down the installation cost.
2. The loose buffer tube is characterized by good hydrolysis resistance and high mechanical strength, and a special gel is filled inside to protect optical fibers.
4. This loose tube figure 8 cable shows superior mechanical property, and it is able to deliver stable performance over a wide temperature range.
5. We take the following measures to guarantee our self-supporting cable's reliablewaterproofness:
a. Single steel wire as the central strength member
b. Water blocking material inside and between loose tubes
c. APL outside the cable core
Our GYTC8A Figure 8 Self-Supporting Cable is compliant with IEEE 1222-2004 and IEC 60794-1 standards.
The GYTC8A Figure 8 Self-Supporting Cable is commonly utilized in core network, access network, metropolitan area network and other network systems where self-supporting installation is required.
|Payment Terms:||TT / LC|