The design of SU fiber optic wire fully considers the mechanical and application environment requirements of overhead fiber wire. Under tertiary meteorological conditions, ASU fiber optic wires can meet most application scenarios with spans below 250 meters. The two FRPs contained have sufficient tensile strength, and at the same time can resist the sheath retraction and the additional attenuation caused by temperature changes.
Aerial Self-Supported ASU Fiber Optic Cable has a loose tube structure and water-resistant gel compound to provide crucial protection for the fiber. Over the tube, water-blocking material is applied to keep the cable watertight. Two parallel fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) elements are placed on the two sides. The ASU fiber optic cable is covered with a single PE outer sheath.
The fiber cores of ASU Fiber Cable is from 2 cores to 24 cores. The main idea of the aerial fiber optic cable design is to use two rigid FRP and a single loose tube to mix and twist, and the three-in-one steady-state twisting unit includes both tensile elements and optical units. Due to the existence of a certain pitch when twisting, the bendability of the aerial cable is ensured.
ASU Fiber optic cable has 80 & 120 Meter spans, 1-12 fiber count available in 80M span, and up to 24 Fibers in 120M span. ASU fiber optic cable adopt proven all-dielectric loose tube construction. Dual integrated FRP strength elements. This fiber optic cable adopt round cable profiles minimize wind and ice loading. The ASU Fiber optic cable is stable and compact in structure, and also has excellent performance in other performances such as crushing, impact, and torsion, and conforms to the existing technical standards for outdoor overhead optical cables.
AUS aerial fiber optic cable is covered with a single PE outer sheath. It is especially suitable for installation in aerial for short-distance communication. The pole span no more than 120m. ASU aerial Cable with small span is an important part of the distribution line, among which the main force of self-supporting aerial optical cable is ADSS and ASU fiber optical cable.
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All-dielectric self-supporting (ADSS) cable is a type of optical fiber cable that is strong enough to support itself between structures without using conductive metal elements.
UnitekFiber can supply ADSS fiber optic cable with 100-800 meter pole span.
Dielectric means it has non-conducting properties of a non-metallic, insulating material that resists the passage of electric current.
ADSS cables should be placed in Aerial and duct, but can not be direct-buried.
Pulling this through ceilings and in conduit - this is fantastic cable. Flexible doesn't hold shape. very nice to crimp as well.