FTTH 12 Core Drop Fiber Optic Cable
12 Core Drop Fiber Optic Cable FTTH (Fiber to the home) drop cable, the outer skin is generally black and white, the diameter is relatively small, and the flexibility is good; the cross section is 8-shaped, the reinforcing member is located at the center of the two circles, and the metal or non-metal(KFRP) structure can be used, and the optical fiber is located at the geometric center of the 8-shaped shape.
The fiber inside the 12 Core Drop Cable self support is mostly G.657A2 small bending radius fiber, which can be laid at a bending radius of 20mm. It is suitable for entering the house by pipe or distribution openly.
The unique 8-shaped structure of the drop cable can realize the field end in the shortest time. Drop cable, as an important part of FTTH network, forms the final external link between the subscriber and the feeder cable.
Choosing the right FTTH drop cable termination or interconnect solution will directly affect network reliability, operational flexibility and the economics of FTTH deployment. So between the two cable termination methods. FTTH fiber drop cables with FRP, KFRP, metal or non-metal strength members that designed for high-capacity indoor/outdoor FTTH networks.
FTTH 12 core drop fiber optic cable is a type of optical fiber cable that is specifically designed for use in fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) networks. It is used to connect homes and businesses to the fiber optic distribution network and typically consists of 12 individual fibers enclosed in a single protective jacket.
The 12 core drop fiber optic cable is designed to be lightweight, flexible, and easy to install. It is typically installed by running it from a fiber distribution hub or splice point to the customer’s premises, either aerially or underground.
The cable jacket is usually made of a durable and weather-resistant material, such as polyethylene or polyvinyl chloride (PVC), to protect the fibers from damage due to environmental factors like moisture, UV radiation, and temperature fluctuations.
The 12 individual fibers within the cable are color-coded to make it easy to identify and terminate them correctly. Each fiber is designed to transmit data at high speeds over long distances, using light signals that are carried through the fiber optic core.
Technical Parameters of 12 Core Drop Fiber Optic Cable
|Cable Count||Out sheath Diameter||Weight||Minimum allowable Tensile Strength (N)||minimum allowable Crush Load （N/100mm)||Minimum Bending Radius (MM)||Storage temperature|
|（MM)||（KG)||short term||long term||short term||long term||short term||long term||（℃）|
|Fiber Sort of 12 Core DropCable||Multimode||G.651||A1a:50/125||Graded-index fiber|
|G.652D||B2: Zero dispersion shifted|
|G.655||B1.2 :Cut-off wavelength shifted|
|G.657（A1、A2 、B3）||B4: Main technical data for positive dispersion shifted single-mode fiber|
Overall, the FTTH 12 core drop fiber optic cable is a reliable and cost-effective solution for connecting homes and businesses to the fiber optic network. It provides high-speed data transmission, low signal loss, and high durability, making it an ideal choice for a wide range of applications.