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Network FutureCom™ S/FTP 800/23 with Diffusion Barrier Cable - Corning

The FutureCom™ S/FTP 800/23 outdoor cable with diffusion barrier is designed for applications up to 1000 MHz and its transmission characteristics exceed Category 7 specifications according to EN 50288-4-1 and IEC 61156-5. High system margins for the complete link according to ISO/IEC 11801 AMD:2 (2010) and EN 50173 (Series) will be achieved by using corresponding hardware together with this high-end copper cable. Due to the very low delay skew between the pairs these FutureCom cables are especially suitable for Gigabit Ethernet and also for transmission of digital data for future applications up to 10 Gigabit Ethernet according to IEEE 802.3an. Each pair is individually foil shielded. The stranded pairs (PiMF) are also sheathed with a braid shield (S/FTP), which guarantees outstanding shielding characteristics. The cable satisfies Class B interference radiation standards according to EN 55022, as well as immunity according to EN 55024, which enables the realisation of CE-compatible networks.

Optical fiber cable

Optical fiber cable is a cable containing one or more optical fibers that are used to carry light palses. The optical fiber elements are typically individually coated with plastic layers and contained in a protective tube suitable for the environment where the cable will be deployed. Different types of cable are used for different applications, for example long distance telecommunication, or providing a high-speed data connection between different parts of a building. Choosing a fiber optic cable for any given application requires considering installation and environmental requirements plus long-term fiber requirements to cover expansion to newer communications networks. Installation requirements include where and how the cable will be installed, such as pulled in conduit outdoors or placed in cable trays in a building. Long term requirements need to consider moisture or water exposure, expected temperature range, tension (aerial cables), or other environmental factors. Optical Fiber cables are comprised of layers to protect the fibers. Most all start with standard fiber with a primary buffer coating (250 microns), Tight buffer Cables, loose tube cables, zip cords, Breakout cables, Distribution cables, Ribbon Cable, Aerial cable, Air-Blown Fiber, Hybrid and Composite Cables To RFQ, please contact us.

Fiber Optic Patch panels

Fiber optic patch panels are also known as fiber distribution panels. Patch panel’s function is to terminate the fiber optic cable and provide access to the cable’s individual fibers for cross connection. A basic fiber optic panel is typically made up of a metal frame that encloses the adapter panels, the connector couplers and a splice tray. The fiber optic cables connect to the panels through the couplers. One side of the panel is usually fixed, meaning the cables aren’t disconnected at any point. The other side of the panel is reserved for cables that can be connected and disconnected to arrange the wire circuits as needed. The splice tray allows cables to be neatly arranged in the fiber optic panel. Fiber optic patch panels are commonly use fiber optic management unit. When you install and manage the fiber optic links, you may encounter hundreds or even thousands of fiber optic cables and cable connections. There are two types of fiber-optic panels: wall-mounted and rack-mounted. Wall mount fiber optic patch panel use the inside fiber optic adapters and patch cables, fiber optic pigtails to realize the function of optical fiber distribution. They are also used for protective connections for the fiber cables and pigtails. Wall mount fiber patch panels are mainly used in fiber optic cabling and user terminal applications. Rack mount fiber optic patch panels are used to terminate and distribute optical fiber cables, they are convenient equipment to organize and connect the fiber optic links. Not all fiber network cables use the same type of cables or connectors, so fiber optic panels usually have several adapter types to accommodate for this. If the fiber optic panel doesn’t provide the type of adapter, one will have to be added between the adapter on the panel and the cable with the different adapter type. This can be done using either a conversion cable or a hybrid adapter. A conversion cable is simply a cable with the two different types of adapters on either end, and the hybrid adapter is one piece that connects directly to the panel. Fiber optic panels usually have several adapter types built in, and higher-end panels often have the majority of the hybrid adapters already installed.

Network Copper Cable - FutureCom™ S/FTP 800/23, Category 7

The FutureCom™ Industrial S/FTP 800/23 cable with polyurethane jacket is particularly suitable for industrial applications. It is recommended in conjunction with FutureCom metal outlets for industrial networks. This cable is designed for aplications up to 1000 MHz and his transmission characteristic exceed Category 7 specifications according to EN 50288-4-1 and IEC 61156-5. High system margins for the complete link according to ISO/IEC 11801 AMD:2 (2010) and EN 50173 (Series) will be achieved by using corresponding hardware together with this high-end copper cable. Due to the very low delay skew between the pairs these FutureCom cables are especially suitable for Gigabit Ethernet and also for transmission of digital data for future applications up to 10 Gigabit Ethernet according to IEEE 802.3an. Each pair is individually foil shielded. The stranded pairs (PiMF) are also sheathed with a braid shield (S/FTP), which guarantees outstanding shielding characteristics. The cable satisfies Class B interference radiation standards according to EN 55022, as well as immunity according to EN 55024, which enables the realisation of CE-compatible networks.

Fiber Optic pigtails

Fiber optic pigtail is a piece of optical cable with connectors only on one side of the cable; it is as simple as that. Fiber pigtails types are dependent on the connector types and the fiber optic cable. Usually the fiber optic pigtail is with 0.9mm outer diameter cable. Pigtails are usually used inside the fiber optic management equipment, the connectors on the pigtail can link to the adapter or other devices, the other end of the pigtail which does not contain the connectors, is used to link bare fiber via fusion splicing. Most commonly used type fiber optic pigtails are simplex types, but there are multi fiber pigtails. These fiber optic pigtails are with fan out structure ribbon cable or bundle cables. For such pigtails, their structure is like 1XN or NXN, for example 1 MTP to 8 LC fiber pigtail cable. The single-mode and multimode fiber optic pigtails shall be available in 3-meter or 2-meter lengths, made of OFNR fiber optic cable, and be compliant with TIA-568-C.3. Single-mode pigtails shall come in E2000, ST, SC, and LC connector styles, and offer UPC and APC polish types. Insertion loss shall average 0.3dB, but not exceed 0.5dB at 1310 nm and 1550 nm per mated pair. Multimode pigtails shall come in ST, SC, and LC connector styles, and offer 50 μm (10G, 300 m) lazer optimized, and 62.5 μm core styles. Insertion loss shall average .3dB, but not exceed 0.5dB at 1300 nm per mated pair.

FutureCom™ S/FTP 550/23, blue - Corning

The FutureCom™ S/FTP 550/23 cable is designed for applications up to 550 MHz and its transmission characteristics exceed Category 6A specifications according to EN 50288-10-1 and IEC 61156-5 High system margins for the complete link according to ISO/IEC 11801 (Edition 2.2: 2011) and EN 50173 (Series) will be achieved by using corresponding hardware together with this high-end copper cable. Due to the very low delay skew between the pairs these FutureCom cables are especially suitable for Gigabit Ethernet and also for transmission of digital data for future applications up to 10 Gigabit Ethernet according to IEEE 802.3an. The cable has a streamlined construction and low weight. Each pair is individually foil shielded. The stranded pairs (PiMF) are also sheathed with a braid shield (S/FTP), which guarantees outstanding shielding characteristics. The cable satisfies Class B interference radiation standards according to EN 55022, as well as immunity according to EN 55024, which enables the realisation of CE-compatible networks.