Many Mikrotik routers now come with a single or multiple SFP cage for fiber connectivity capability. Modern network equipment ustilises the lightning speed of fiber optics which has neither capacity nor distance limits within the building. The normal CAT5/6 cable presents challenges for connections over long indoor distances (loop limitation) as well as capacity. On top of that the heavy weight, high price of CAT 5/6 is also another negative factor. On the other hand Splicing of fiber cable presents a huge problem. Our Spliceless Fiber Optic Cable module resolves this problem, easily. Just get our modules & connect them up with our Dual Fiber Fast connectors & the possibilities are limitless.
- Good mechanical and environmental characteristics
- Flame retardant characteristics meet the requirements of relevant standards
- The mechanical characteristics of jacket meets the requirements of international standards
- Soft, flexible, easy to lay and spliceless, and with big capacity data transmission
- Tight buffer fiber is produced as that fiber is sheathed by buffer material, for top-quality fiber.
- Good uniformity of the outer diameter of tight buffer fiber and excellent strip ability
- Good performance of flame-retardant and low induced attenuation within the operating temperature ranges
- PVC, LSZH, Plenum, PU or Hytrel outer sheath and diameter of tight buffer: 900um, 650um or 600um
Indoor Optical Cable Description
With the fast development of fiber optic communication technology and the trend of FTTX, indoor fiber optic cables are more and more required to be installed between and inside buildings. Typical indoor fiber optic cable types include GJFJV, GJFJZY, GJFJBV, GJFJBZY, GJFDBV and GJFDBZY. Compared with outdoor use fiber cable, indoor fiber optic cable experience less temperature and mechanical stress, but they have to be fire retardant, emit a low level of smoke in case of burning. And indoor fiber cables allow a small bend radius to make them be amendable to vertical installation and handle easily.
Most indoor fiber optic cables are tight buffer design, usually they consist of the following components inside the cable, the FRP which is non-metallic strengthen member, the tight buffer optical fiber, the Kevlar which is used to further strength the cable structure, making it resist high tension, and the cable outer jacket. The trend is to use LSZH or other RoHS compliant PVC materials to make the cable jacket; this will help protect the environment and the health of the end users. Usually the single mode indoor fiber optic cables are installed between the buildings where the distance is more than 100 meters, while multimode indoor fiber optic cables are used shorter distance connections. We supply SMF and MMF indoor fiber cables with various structures for different applications.