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GYTA53 fiber optic cable fibre optic from cabinet to house

GYTA53 fiber optic cable fibre optic from cabinet to house

Professional fiber manufacturer from Guangdong province, China. The structure of GYTA53 optical cable is to insert a single-mode or multi-mode optical fiber into a loose tube made of a high modulus polyester material, and the casing is filled with a waterproof compound. A fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) locates in the center of core as a non-metallic strength member.

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Self supporting Pre terminated Drop Cable

Self supporting Pre terminated Drop Cable

The structure of the self-supporting pre-terminated drop cable is based on the Butterfly cable, and a metal suspension unit is added. With the continuous extension of the optical fiber like the user end, in order to meet the different uses and requirements, and expand the use range of the butterfly-introducing cable, on the basis of the Pre-terminated Drop Cable, a derivative product of the butterfly-introducing has emerged, the most typical one being The Self-supporting Pre-terminated Drop Cable is introduced into the optical cable.

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China supply SFP DWDM LC 80Km optical module

China supply SFP DWDM LC 80Km optical module

DWDM (DWDM: Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) is a combination of a set of optical wavelengths that can be transmitted by one fiber. DWDM SFP is a wavelength division multiplexing technology that can couple different wavelengths of light into a single-core fiber for transmission. The channel spacing of the DWDM SFP is 0.4 nm, 0.8 nm, 1.6 nm, etc., and the spacing is small, requiring additional wavelength control devices. A key advantage of the DWDM SFP is that its protocol and transmission speed are irrelevant. The DWDM-based network can transmit data using IP protocol, ATM, SONET/SDH, and Ethernet protocols, and the processed data traffic is between 100Mb/s and 400Gb/s. In this way, a DWDM-based network can transmit different types of data traffic at different speeds on a single laser channel. From a QoS (Quality Service) perspective, DWDM-based networks respond quickly to customer bandwidth requirements and protocol changes in a cost-effective manner.

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Singlemode Patch Cord

Singlemode Patch Cord

Fiber patch cords are fiber-optic cables with connectors on both ends that can be connected directly to a computer or other network device. Fiber patch cords are commonly used to connect light emitting devices, light receiving devices, and fiber optic terminal boxes. Single-mode fiber patch cord cores are particularly small in diameter, typically only 9 μm, and have only one light propagation path. It is for this reason that light can only be transmitted along the axis of the fiber, thereby completely avoiding the waste of dispersion and light energy.

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Optical Fiber Adapter

Optical Fiber Adapter

Fiber optic adapters, also known as fiber optic couplers, are a special type of passive component designed to fit or connect the ends of a fiber optic cable with high precision. They are sometimes named as matching sleeves and hybrid adapters. The mating sleeve means that the fiber optic adapter is used to connect the same type of fiber optic connector, and the hybrid adapter is the type of fiber optic adapter used to connect different types of fiber optic connectors. The fiber adapter is paired with two ends of different fiber connectors to realize conversion between different connectors FC, SC, ST, LC, MTRJ, MPO, E2000, and the like. They are widely used in optical distribution frames (ODF), fiber optic communication equipment and equipment, with excellent performance and good stability.

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Optical Fiber Connector

Optical Fiber Connector

Optical Fiber Connector is a reusable passive device used to connect two fibers or cables to form a continuous optical path. It has been widely used in optical fiber transmission lines and fiber distribution frames. And optical fiber test instruments and meters are the most used optical passive components. According to different classification methods, optical fiber connectors can be divided into different types. According to different transmission media, they can be divided into single-mode fiber connectors and multi-mode fiber connectors. According to different structures, they can be divided into FC, SC, ST, and D4. , DIN, Biconic, MU, LC, MT and other types; according to the pin end face of the connector can be divided into FC, PC (UPC) and APC; according to the number of fiber cores, there are single core, multi-core.

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GYFTA Fiber Optic Cable Regular Type Outdoor Duct

GYFTA Fiber Optic Cable Regular Type Outdoor Duct

GY: Outdoor optical cable for communication F: Non-metallic reinforcing member T: Filled structure A: Aluminum-polyethylene bonding layer The GYFTA fiber is single/multi mode fiber, stranded loose tube cable with aluminum and steel tape. It can be used for duct and direct buried application. Particularly suitable for occasions where good mechanical properties and rodent resistance are expected.

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Breakout Patch Cord

Breakout Patch Cord

Breakout fiber patch cord is used to split 12-core MTP connectors terminated on trunk cable into simplex or duplex connectors. MPO/MTP connector is connected with trunk cable, while simplex or duplex connector on the other side can provide a different fan-out length which is convenient for device connection. Can also say this breakout patch cord is a fiber optic cable capped at either end with connectors that allow it to be rapidly and conveniently connected to CATV, an optical switch, or other telecommunication equipment. Having a thick layer of protection, it is used to connect the optical transmitter, receiver, and the terminal box. This is known as "interconnect-style cabling".

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