What is indoor fiber optical cable
The indoor optical cable is the optical cable laid in the building, which is mainly used to connect communication equipment, computers, small switches and end user equipment in the building to transmit information.
Because the indoor optical cable is limited by the building environment, laying conditions, connecting equipment, etc., the structural design of the indoor optical cable is complicated, the materials used are diversified, and the mechanical properties and optical performance of the optical cable are emphasized. Therefore, the diversity of indoor optical cable requirements has resulted in a wide variety of indoor optical cables.
The indoor optical cable has the characteristics of flame retardancy, small size, softness, flexibility, high bandwidth, high reliability data transmission and convenient connection.
Structure of indoor fiber optical cable
Indoor fiber optical cable is mainly consisted of tight buffered fiber, Kevlar yarn and PVC or LSZH jacket. The cable types are simplex, duplex fiber cable, distribution fiber optical, breakout fiber optical cable and ribbon fiber cable.