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Four common categories of indoor optical cable

A vertical lifting optical cable (Riser)

After the optical cable enters the building, it is necessary to provide the connection between the entrance equipment, equipment room or computer room and the communication cabinets on different floors, called "vertical wiring system". At this time, the wiring optical cable is mostly located in the vertical pipe (Riser) of the shaft between floors. For this reason, the optical cable needs to withstand a greater tensile force (maximum dead weight).

Two single-core and double-core interconnection indoor optical cables (Interconnectcable)

Indoor optical cable with tight-sleeve single-core, tight-sleeve 8-character double-core, tight-sleeve 2-core to 4-core round structure. Due to the use of tight-sleeve structure with very good flexibility and high-load aramid yarn around the tight-sleeve fiber, the size of the cable Small, good flexibility, can withstand a small bending radius, no inventory marks, is fiber optic to the workstation, communication cabinet plug-in wiring, pigtails, jumpers, the communication cabinet to the indoor wall terminal, the terminal to the transceiver application Ideal for interconnecting optical cables. They are directly equipped with standard connectors, and play the role of interconnection between optical end equipment and backbone (vertical) optical cables in communication cabinets, distribution boxes, protection boxes, and equipment boxes. This type of optical cable is convenient and easy to install in a limited space. It is an ideal network cable solution for limited space wiring and plug-in flexible cords in buildings.

Three Inflatable Optical Cable (Plenum)

In indoor applications, when the optical cable needs to pass through the pipeline, high-pressure inflatable space or air treatment system to transfer information, you need to use Plenum-level indoor optical cable. This special use environment places stricter requirements on the flame retardancy and corrosion resistance of optical cables. Therefore, the tight sleeve material and the outer protective material of the indoor optical cable used are more strict. The tight sleeve is PVC material, and the outer sheath material is UL certified flame retardant added PVC material or hard fluoropolymer. PVC design is better than fluoropolymer. Because PVC is soft and easy to bend, there is no trace of inventory, and it can be stored in a circle.

Four anti-rodent optical cable

The single-core or multi-core tight-sleeved optical fiber cable protected by stainless steel hose has strong side pressure resistance, bending resistance, high tensile strength, and excellent rodent resistance. It can be used in places where trampling occurs, such as laying under the carpet or the limited space needs to be bent frequently or there is a rat injury.