One of the most popular cables today is fiber-optic cables. Due to its excellent characteristics (almost complete safety and perfect quality of the transmitted information), it is used in various branches of communications and communications. Fiber optic cable fittings are one of the most popular in the market. Any optical cable should be laid using special clamps.
Anchor fittings are reliable and easy to install. Anchor suspension clamps allow you to hang the wire on buildings, poles, and other supports, even with turning lines.
The clamps allow rigidly and solidly attached insulated wires on the supports, pillars, etc. In the process of choosing and purchasing a cable clamp, it is necessary to take into account the features of a particular model. The differences include the following characteristics:
● a type;
● body material;
Despite the listed features, manufacturers produce anchor clamps for power lines for long-term operation. In the process of use, it works properly, does not break or fail, ensures uninterrupted and safe data transfer.
Anchoring clamps help to make the necessary tension on the cable line. Usually, they are installed in pairs on a pole: at the beginning and at the end of the line, as well as on every 5th support. On our online shop you can find quality products for laying communication lines, including clamps for cables that are resistant to environmental influences and mechanical endurance.
Clamps type 8, that is, clamps for fiber optic cable are designed to hold the power element in them. This eliminates the deforming effect on the part of the cable in which the optical fibers are located.
In our catalog, you can find a large selection of clamps for cable type 8. But it is the wedge type tension clamp H3D anchor clamp that is an improved model that can last a long time and save you from long fiddly installations. We are sure that this model is worthy of being used for quality installation work.
The H3d clamp is a quality cable support tool that is made of high quality plastic.
Recently, the construction of fiber-optic lines on subscriber access networks has intensified. This is due to the increasing competition in the provision of broadband services to subscribers. Optical cable brought to the house, fiber brought to every entrance, and even better - to every floor or to every apartment become the key to successful networking and the provision of high-speed Internet services, cable TV (analog or digital), telephony. At the same time, the bandwidth of optical fibers is used only partially, and it remains possible to subsequently organize the operation of new services over the same fiber.
However, laying an optical cable in residential areas of cities is sometimes a rather big problem. It turns out that the traditional way of laying in cable ducts is not always acceptable.