12-24-48 Core GYTS Steel Tape Layer Loose Tube Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable?
12-24-48 Core GYTS Aerial and Duct Steel Tape Layer Loose Tube Outdoor Optical Fiber Cable These cables are constructed with a multiple tube filled with water blocking jelly giving very high fiber count up to 144 fiber stranded fiber optic cable, they form the backbone of high speed networks.
They give flexibility and versatility to networks and can be used for duct and direct burial applications.Metallic/ Non metallic FRP strength members in the cable give it good tensile strength, water blocking jelly in the tube and tape over the tube give it excellent water and moisture resistance.
A corrugated steel Armored and PE sheath give this cable excellent tensile strength, mechanical, rodent, ultraviolet and environmental protection. They come in larger delivery length, so can also be used in long distance communication system, building interconnections, trunk lines, LAN, distribution networks.
The tubes are filled with a water-resistant filling compound. A steel wire, sometimes sheathed with polyethylene (PE) for cable with high fiber count, locates in the center of core as a metallic strength member.
Tubes (and fillers) are stranded around the strength member into a compact and circular cable core. The PSP is longitudinally applied over the cable core, which is filled with the filling compound to protect it from water ingress. The cable is completed with a PE sheath.
Of all the differences between multimode & singlemode fiber, the most fundamental differences are the size of the fiber’s core and the associated attenuation or loss and bandwidth of the fiber. The smaller the core diameter, the higher the fiber’s bandwidth and the lower the attenuation (loss in dB per kilometer). The fiber’s attenuation and bandwidth are also dependent on wavelength.
Singlemode was for high-speed longdistance transmission and multimode (in either the 50 µm or 62.5 µm core diameters) was used for lower speed short distance applications. Multimode 50 µm fiber had a lower cost and higher modal bandwidth than multimode 62.5 µm core fiber. Bandwidth is a measurement of the data carrying capacity of the fiber. A higher bandwidth fiber carries more data. See table below.
Complied With Or Exceeds Standard
. ITU-T G652.D . ITU-T G651.1 OM1 OM2 OM3 OM4
. ITU-T G657.A . IEC60793-2-10 type A1a.1/A1b OM1/OM2
. IEC60793-2-10 type A1a.2 OM3 . IEC60793-2-10 type A1a.3 OM4
. ISO/IEC 11801 , ISO/IEC 24702 . IEEE 802.3z Gigabit Ethernet
. ANSI/TIA/EIA 568C.3 . ROHS Compliant Directive 2011/65/EU(ROHS2.0)
Mechanical & Environmental Characteristics
|Max. Tensile Load (Short Term)||3000N|
|Max. Tensile Load (Long Term)||1000N|
|Max. Crush Load (Short Term)||3000N/100mm|
|Max Crush Load (Long Term)||1000N/100mm|
|UL Fire Rated||OFNR|
|Operating Temperature||-20°C to +60°C|
|Storage Temperature||-40°C to +85°C|
|Sheath Material||Standard: PE Optional: LSZH or other|
ANSI/TIA/EIA-598-B Standard Fiber Color Code
Fiber 13 and higher The color code is repeated with added black stripe or dash
Note: Fiber Tube color will be followed with same order.
|Fiber Type||Max. Attenuation (dB/km)||Min.Overfill Launch|
Link Distance (m)
Part Number: OC-XX-ABCDCL
|Cable Type||Jacket||Fiber/Tube||Fiber Count||Fiber Type(FXX)||Jacket Color(CL)|
|No. Of Fiber|
|As noted in|
Color code chart
|OC-GYTS-312144G652DBK||144 cores Singlemode G652D GYTS Fiber Optic Cable,|
12 Fiber/Tube, PE jacket, Black color.
|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||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|