ASU Fiber Optic Cable ASU is a self-supporting dielectric cable that contains a single loose tube, with the capacity to have up to 12 optical fibers, which are protected from moisture using jelly to fill the tube and hydro-expandable material to fill the core, therefore, the ASU cable is a dry cable (S).

ASU Fiber Optic Cable self-supporting dielectric
ASU Fiber Optic Cable self-supporting dielectric

The 2~24 Fibers ASU Cable(AS80 and AS120) is a Self-Supported Optical Cable, It was developed to provide the connection between devices, being indicated for installation in urban and rural networks, in spans of 80m or 120m. Because it is self-supported and totally dielectric, it has FRP strength member as a traction element, thus avoiding electrical discharges in the networks. It is easy to handle and install, eliminating the need to use strings or grounding.

It is mainly used in the communication route of overhead high voltage transmission system, and can also be used in the communication line under the environment such as lightning zone and long distance overhead line.

Compared with the stranded ADSS fiber optic cable, This fiber optic cable can not only save the use of imported aramid yarn, but also reduce the manufacturing cost due to the reduction of the overall structure size. Compared with the common 150-meter span ADSS-24 fiber optic cable , the price of the This cable of the same specification can be reduced by 20% or more.

Description:

ASU Fiber Optic Cable The fibers are positioned in a loose tube made of a high modulus plastic. The tubes are filled with a water-resistant filling compound.FRP rods  filled . The cable is completed with a polyethylene (PE) sheath.

Application:

· Outdoor aerial and duct application;
Features:

  •  FRP Filled element make cable hight tension
  • Tube filling gel
  •  Loose tube stranded
  • PE sheath outdoor cable
  • Anti water yean protect cable from water

 

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