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Bulk Fiber Optic Cables Assembly

Bulk Fiber Optic Cables Assembly

Bulk fiber optical cable assemblies are convenient and economical fiber cable devices to running multiple patchcords or individual fiber cables. The bulk cables can be 4 to 144 fibers and distribute data channels. As important part of Plug & Play fiber cabling system, bulk fiber jumpers feature high-density, factory terminated & tested. More>
This fiber optical connectivity solution allows connection from central patch locations to work areas in a quick, simple and cost effective way, and with no need for unnecessary splicing or terminations in the field. They are commonly used in FTTC, FTTB, FTTH, FTTA, data center, industrial, robotic, health-care fields, etc..

UnitekFiber is a industry-leading manufacturer and provides high-quality pre-terminated bulk cables for indoor and outdoor applications. We are providing various type of connectors to meet customers’ demands. Such as MPO/MTP, SC, LC, FC, LX.5 and MU etc. Our fanout kits are including armourd tube, round type, Pulling eye type, box type and barrel type, etc. And with alternertive of cable diameters 0.9mm, 1.2mm, 2.0mm, 3.0mm, etc.  

All our bulk fiber optical cable products can meet customers’ specific requirements.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us when you need any support. Our email is sales@unitekfiber.com
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