Typical Cross section of 24 Fibre

Cable Construction Details

  • Up to 48 enhanced low water peak single mode fibres in full compliance with ITU-T-G.652.D (also available with G655 / G656 / G657 SM Fibre and OM1 / OM2 / OM3 & OM4 MM Fibre)
  • —Metallic anti-buckling steel rod as strength member.Embedded in outer sheath (also available with non metallic strength member FRP rod)
  • —Loose buffer tube fully filled and centrally placed in the cable
  • Water blocking tape wrapping
  • Electrolyte chrome plated, corrugated steel tape armoured
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Cable Construction Details

  • Up to 48 enhanced low water peak single mode fibres in full compliance with ITU-T-G.652.D (also available with G655 / G656 / G657 SM Fibre and OM1 / OM2 / OM3 & OM4 MM Fibre)
  • —Metallic anti-buckling steel rod as strength member.Embedded in outer sheath (also available with non metallic strength member FRP rod)
  • —Loose buffer tube fully filled and centrally placed in the cable
  • Water blocking tape wrapping
  • Electrolyte chrome plated, corrugated steel tape armoured

Typical Cross section of 24 Fibre

Repeated Bending (IEC 60794-1-2-E6) 30 Cycle, r= 20 X D, 5 Kg Load, D = Cable D
Torsion Resistance (IEC 60794-1-2-E7) 10 Cycle (± 360°) 5 Kg Weight, L= 2 Mtr
Crush Resistance (IEC 60794-1-2-E3) 2500 N (100 X 100 mm) for 600 sec
Impact Resistance (IEC 60794-1-2-E4) Height 500 mm, Weight = 5 Kg, 3
Nos
Kink Resistance (IEC 60794-1-2-E10) 10 x D, D = Cable D
Water Penetration (IEC 60794-1-2-F5B)
10 x D, D = Cable D 1 Mtr Water Head, 3 Meter Cable Sample, 24 Hours

Drum Length

  • 2000/ 3000/ 4000 meters ± 5%