Tight Buffer Distribution Plenum Fiber Optic Cable, Single Mode, Indoor/Outdoor
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Bulk Fiber, Single Mode, 9/125, Distribution Cable, OFNP Plenum Rated, Indoor/Outdoor, Tight Buffer, Black Outer Jacket
Indoor/Outdoor Plenum Distribution cables are specified for campus network cabling between buildings where interbuilding lengths are short enough that the installer can recognize savings from the lower costs of terminating tight buffered cables.
For indoor applications the cable is OFNP listed. For outdoor applications the cable is manufactured with an outer jacket that incorporates a UV stabilizer for protection against exposure to the sun plus an anti-fungus protection for use in underground applications.
- Cables are water blocked and exceed water penetration requirements of ICEA S-104-696 and GR-20-CORE (this helps ensure that any damage to the cable and subsequent water ingress is restricted to a repairable length of several meters and minimizes overall replacement cost).
- Outer jacket is moisture-resistant, fungus-resistant and UV resistant suitable for outdoor use.
- With an overall OFNP (Plenum) rating, this cable is suitable for installations in most spaces requiring UL flame ratings: Plenum, Riser, General Purpose and outside plant
- ICEA S-104-696
- Telcordia GR-409-Core Issue II Weatherized Cable
- EIA/TIA 568
- RoHS/REACH Compliant
Single Mode Fiber Information
Single mode fiber cable (Synonyms mono-mode optical fiber, single-mode fiber, single-mode optical waveguide, uni-mode fiber) is a single strand of glass fiber with a diameter of 8.3 to 10 microns that has one mode of transmission. Single mode fiber has a relatively narrow diameter, through which only one mode will propagate typically 1310 or 1550nm wavelengths. Single mode fibers carry higher bandwidth than multimode fiber, but require a light source with a narrow spectral width. Single-mode fiber gives you a higher transmission rate and up to 50 times more distance than multimode. The small core and single light-wave virtually eliminate any distortion that could result from overlapping light pulses, providing the least signal attenuation and the highest transmission speeds of any fiber cable type.