The tight buffered fiber drop cable are generally constructed with 0.9mm tight buffered fibre surrounded by Aramid yarn or glass yarn strength members jacketed in an LSZH outer jacket. The tight buffered fiber drop cable can be used both indoors and outdoors application and are designed in such a way that the tight buffer material is in direct contact with the fibre. This structure protects individual fibre during the handling, routing and connecting process.
The tight buffer fiber drop cable specifically designed for both indoor and outdoor applications, This tight buffer fiber drop cable features a durable construction that can exposure to sunlight, moisture, and temperature variations, ensuring reliable performance in any environment. With tight buffer fiber drop cable small diameter and tight buffer design, it offers flexibility and easy installation in tight spaces like duct or wall grooves. The indoor/outdoor tight buffer fiber drop cable guarantees dependable connectivity, enabling high-speed data transmission.
The Indoor/outdoor fiber drop cables usually use aramid yarn or glass yarn.
Aramid yarn has excellent tensile strength and rigidity, which can effectively increase the durability and tensile capacity of fiber optic cables. When external force or tension is applied, aramid yarn plays a role in dispersing and absorbing stress, effectively preventing the fiber optic cable from being broken or damaged.
Glass yarn is also a commonly used reinforcing material with high hardness and compression resistance, which can provide an extra layer of protection to prevent some rodents (such as mice) from chewing fiber optic cables, causing signal interruption or fiber damage.
1. OFNR (Optical Fiber Nonconductive Riser) are designed for riser applications. They are used in spaces inside a building that connect floors, such as vertical zones or spaces between floors. These OFNR fiber optic cables are engineered to prevent the spread of fire from one floor to another within a building.
2. OFNP (Optical Fiber Nonconductive Plenum) are used inside buildings in plenum areas, the areas between a ceiling and the floor above it, where space is reserved for the circulation of air. At the same time, this OFNP fiber optic cable will not emit toxic smoke or steam.
|No. of cable||2|
|Strength Member||Material||Aramid yarn|
|Tight buffer||Material||L SZH|
|Thickness ( ±0.03) mm||0.32|
|Diameter ( ±0.05) mm||0.9|
|Inner Sheath||Material||L SZH|
|Thickness ( ±0.05) mm||0.45|
|Diameter ( ±0.1 ) mm||2.9|
|C Duter Sheath||Material||LSZH|
|Thickness ( ±0.1 ) mm||0.5|
|Cable Diameter (±0.1 ) mm||4.5|
|Cable Weight (±2) kg/km||20|
|Min. bending radius||Without Tension||15 X Cable-Φ|
|Under Maximum Tension||30 X Cable-Φ|
|Temperature range (°C)||Installation||-20~+60|
The indoor/outdoor fiber drop cable can withstand outdoor conditions while also meeting requirements for indoor use.
The difference between tight buffered and loose tube fiber optic cables is the construction. In tight buffered fiber optic cables, there isn't a gap between the fibre coating and cladding layers. Whereas loose tube fiber optic cables have a gap, either filled with gel or are loose in the cable.
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The indoor/outdoor fiber drop cable is 4.5 to 4.8 millimeters in diameter.
For aerial installation, the indoor/outdoor fiber drop cable can be hung from an existing utility pole.
The fiber drop cable was easy to install and terminate, and I've had no issues with signal loss or interference.
The fiber drop cable's flexibility and versatility make it easy to route through both indoor and outdoor environments, and the termination process is straightforward.
The fiber drop cable has excellent transmission capabilities and can handle a wide range of applications.
There is without any issue with the fiber optic cable. Highly recommended to use.
The indoor/outdoor tight buffer fiber drop cable has exceeded my expectations in terms of durability and performance.