What Is 4 Core Armored Figure 8 Self Supporting Aerial Fiber cable GYTC8S Fiber Optic Cable Armor Stranded Loose Tube Steel Wire Strength Waterproof Figure 8 Self Supporting Outdoor?
4 Core Armored Figure 8 Self Supporting Aerial Fiber cable GYTC8S Fiber Optic Cable Armor Stranded Loose Tube Steel Wire Strength Waterproof Figure 8 Self Supporting Outdoor GYTC8S cable, single-mode/multimode fibers are positioned in the loose tubes, which are made of high modulus plastic, while the loose tubes strand together around metallic central strength member into a compact and circular cable core, and the water-blocking materials are distributed into interstices of it. After a PSP moisture barrier is applied around the cable core, this part of cable accompanied with the stranded wires as the supporting part are completed with a PE sheath to be a figure-8 structure. This kind of cable is specifically used for self supporting aerial installation.
The mental strength member is made up of stranded wires as the supporting part are completed with a polyethylene(PE) sheath to be figure 8 structure. Corrugated steel tape armored and PE outer sheath providing crush resistance and gun shot resistance features. The steel-wire strength member as the central strength improves the tensile strength and it is surrounded by the loose tube and water blocking system. The impact structure ensures excellent mechanical and environmental performance.
Figure 8 Cables are Self -Supporting cable designed for aerial installation. The cable design provides easy and economical one -step installation and stable performance over a wide temperature range and is compatible with any telecommunication grade optical fibre. The strength member is designed to withstand the tensile forces of the installation and may be metallic or non-metallic. The design configurations of this cable consists of central tube or stranded loose tube.
Figure-8 self-supporting optical Fibre cable greatly simplifies the task of placing Fibre optic cable on an aerial plant. It incorporates both a steel messenger and the core of a standard optical Fibre cable into a single jacket of “Figure-8” cross-section. The combination of strand and optical Fibre into a single cable allows speedy one-step installation and results in a more durable aerial plant.
Aerial optical cables are suspended in the air from poles and/or support structures. Most often aerial cables are supported between poles by being lashed to a wire rope messenger strand with a small gauge wire. The strand is tensioned to satisfactorily withstand the weight of the cable for the span length it will be used on plus any climatic loading such as ice, snow, and wind. The objective is to keep the cable and Fibre in as low a state of stress and strain as possible while maintaining sag limitations in the aerial cable that is safe and within limits prescribed.
Figure-eight cables carry their own messenger and do not require a separate messenger strand for support. They get their name from their shape. The messenger is in the top portion of the figure-eight cross-section which has an extruded over jacket. The cable is supported from the messenger strand portion of the cable with a thin plastic web. As with lashed cable, the messenger strand component must be properly tensioned to resist the expected loading
- – Excellent mechanical and environmental performance.
- – Small cable diameter, self-supporting, easily to install.
- – Low dispersion and attenuation.
- – Corrugated steel tape armored and PE outer sheath providing crush resistance and gun shot resistance features.
- – Cross section shows figure 8.
- – Stranded wires as self supporting member providing excellent strain performance and convenient installation.
- – Steel-wire strength member provides good tensility,ensures tensile strength.
- – Water blocking system to improve the water proof ability.
- – Suitable for aerial duct and buried method
- – Long distance and local area network communication
- – CATV & computer networks system
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