Optical Cable's 10-gigabit multimode, ruggedized, tight buffered fiber-optic cable is designed for harsh environments
Optical Cable's 10-gigabit multimode, ruggedized, tight buffered fiber-optic cable is designed to withstand harsh industrial environments. Built to offer bend, crush, impact, and chemical resistance, the cables are designed to speed installation, reduce attenuation loss and maximize network uptime. In addition to the primary fiber coating, each tight buffered fiber has a secondary buffer that, together with the primary coating, is made to reach “heavy weight” proportions such as 387 microns.
A pressure-extruded (Core-Locked) or tightly bound outer jacket is designed to bind all the fibers together so that the cable moves as a single, solid unit. The fiber-optic cables are made to withstand environmental insults such as chemicals, moisture and fungus, UV exposure, and operating temperatures ranging from -55 to +124° C.