Rugged Fiber Optic Cables

Aug. 14, 2007
High-performance fiber optic cables are designed for the most demanding industrial environments. These cables feature specially selected materials and proprietary manufacturing processes that contribute to ruggedness and durability.
Ruggedness is increased through the use of a pressure-extruded, Core-Locked, or tightly bound, outer jacket that firmly binds all the fibers together so that the cable moves as a single, solid, rope-like unit. Cables can greatly exceed minimum industry standard requirements with flex resistance of thousands of cycles, crush resistance of 2200N/cm, the ability to withstand 1,000 impacts, and tensile load rating exceeding a ton.

Optical Cable Corp.


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