This section of the site presents several models of fiber-optic cables that can be used to build various types of networks, both indoors and outdoors. By the way, such a cable is used in optical-to-home networks, which provide all of us with high-speed Internet access.
We recommend set eye on the OKVo distribution indoor fiber optic cable intended for use as a distribution cable in local networks for connecting communication equipment with a trunk cable and for terminal wiring. Indoor installation in vertical pipelines, vertical shafts, in buildings between floors.
The optical cable is capable of transmitting information using light. The optical cable has no braid, since the cable does not have a metal core. No interference or electromagnetic waves are capable of distorting the light signal passing through such a cable. Through them, light is transmitted for tens of kilometers with minimal losses. The cable consists of optical fibers in a dense 900 µm buffer, surrounded by aramid filaments, enclosed in a common sheath. The design of a cable with more than 12 fibers includes a dielectric central strength element. Due to the fact that the entire cable is a dielectric structure, it is not affected by electromagnetic radiation. A special fiber is used that is completely insensitive to bending.
Also, you can buy on our website OKVr distribution indoor fiber optic cable that is used as a distribution cable in local networks to connect communication equipment with a trunk cable. Indoor installation in vertical pipelines, vertical shafts, in buildings between floors. It is allowed to lay between buildings for short distances in protective polyethylene pipes.
The cable contains a bundle of optical fibers in a buffer coating, on which a layer of reinforcing aramid threads is applied. The cable sheath is made of a flame retardant, halogen-free, low-smoke polymer composition.
The sheath of the OKVr indoor cable is produced in white. Sheathed cable for universal installation is manufactured with a light-resistant black sheath. Signal attenuation in a 1 km cable at different wavelengths.
• high speed of information transfer (from 1 to 10 Gbit / s at a distance of 1 km);
• small losses;
• high noise immunity (immunity to various kinds of interference);
• small overall dimensions and weight;
• the ability to increase the distance between transmitting and receiving devices up to 400-800 km.
All products presented by us can be used for stationary laying of cable systems or local networks to the workplace. Just contact us, and we will help you to choose your perfect cable.