1.8mm Simplex Fiber Optic Cable
The armored fiber optic cable is protected by flexible stainless-steel tube. Compared with the regular fiber cable, it has advantage performance of High compression & impact resistance, anti-bug. With fixed standard 3mm fiber optic connector, it is widely used in various outdoor applications.
• Good mechanical and environmental characteristics;
• Flame retardant characteristics meets the requirements of relevant standards;
• The mechanical characteristics meet the requirements of relevant standards;
• Soft, flexible, easy to splice, and with big capacity data transmission;
• Meet various requirements of market and clients.
Used in Indoor and Outdoor distribution;
• Used in pigtails and patch cords;
• Used in optical connections in optical communication equipment rooms and optical
• Used in optical connections in optical apparatus and equipment.
Tight-buffered fiber: SM or MM available 0.6mm PVC tight-buffered fiber *2
Color: SM/ White or yellow MM/Blue or orange
General attenuation: SM:1310 nm≤0.4dB/km;1550 nm≤0.3dB/km MM:850 nm≤3.0dB/km;1300 nm≤1.0dB/km
Flexible steel tube: material：SUS204 Outer diameter：1.80±0.05mm Insider diameter: 1.25±0.05mm Gap：0.15±0.05 mm Compression resistant strength: ≥3000N/100MM
Aramid yarn: model:1000DEN Number:5 branches outside the stainless-steel tube Tensile strength: Short term: ≥500N Long term: ≥200N.
Jacket: Material：PE Color: SM/blue; MM/grey or other Thickness：0.50±0.05 mm Outer diameter：3.3±0.1mm Minimal Bending radius：≥30D Cable weight：16kg/km approx. Operating temperature: -40℃～+80℃ Storage temperature: -40℃～+80℃
Printing: Optical Cable SM or MM 3.3mm Duplex PE XXXXm
|Out Diameter (MM):||3.0|
|Storage Temperature (C)||-20+60|
|Min Bending Radius (MM)||Short Term||10D|
|Min Bending Radius (MM)||Long Term||20D|
|Min Allowable tensile Strength (N)||Long Term||300|
|Min Allowable tensile Strength (N)||Short Term||1000|
|Crush Load (N/100mm)||Long term||500|
|Crush Load (N/100mm)||Short Term||1000|
Diamond Optics fiber optics tactical cable consists of a rugged, flexible polyurethane outer jacket and either 2, 4, 6, 8 or 12 Hytrel tight buffered fibers surrounded by Aramid yarn and an Aramid ripcord. The jacket is pressure extruded over the strength member which allows the pulling device to be attached directly to the cable’s outer jacket. This will transfer the pulling force directly to the strength members with no slippage. The dielectric cable construction is non-conductive, requires no grounding, and its smaller diameter and low bend radius allow easy installation in space constrained areas. In addition, the Singlemode and 50um OM3/OM4 versions of the cable utilize advanced bend insensitive fibers. This also allows the fan-outs to benefit from a smaller diameter bend radius.