The large-scale use of FTTH Fiber Optic Drop Cable in FTTX projects mainly uses two splicing methods: one is optical cable cold splicing technology (physical splicing) based on cold splices, and the other is hot-melting technology using fusion splicers as tools.
Special bending-resistant optical fiber provides greater bandwidth and enhances network transmission performance;
Two parallel FRP or metal reinforcements make the fiber optic drop cable have good compression resistance and protect the optical fiber;
The fiber optic drop cable has a simple structure, light weight and strong practicability;
Unique groove design, easy to peel off, easy to connect, simplify installation and maintenance;
Low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant polyethylene sheath or flame-retardant PVC sheath;
The FTTH fiber optic drop cable can be matched with a variety of field connectors, and can be completed on site;
The optic drop cable has small outer diameter, light weight, low cost, and low construction cost;
The cold connection technology is adopted, which is fast, flexible and fast;
The FTTH drop cable has high flattening resistance and tension resistance, and the self-supporting structure can meet the flying span of less than 50 meters;
For indoor wiring, end users directly use fiber cables;
Used for building optical fiber cable;
It is used for indoor wiring in FTTH.
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This cable can work with single mode or multimode LC/SC fast connectors and also can be pre-terminated by LC/SC/ST/FC connectors.
Yes, the optical fiber usually is single mode (9/125) G657. It is also can be G652D. You can use cold splicing tool to add fast connectors LC/SC/ST/FC(UPC/APC) to it.
Yes, UnitekFiber can provide LC fast connectors to terminate FTTH drop cable.
The main application for FTTH drop cable is Fiber to The Home project.
Yes, it is suitable for outdoor application with 70meters pole span.
The strength member for FTTH drop cable can be FRP or steel wire.
FRP is a Fiberglass-Reinforced Plastic material that has the strength of steel at the fraction of the weight, the FRP makes cable strong tension and anti-bend advantages.
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