Fiber Optic Cable

Indoor fiber optic cable is a kind of fiber optic cable used in indoor horizontal cabling such as data center backbone network, building vertical horizontal cabling such as building weak well, and LAN network. Due to the relatively stable indoor environment, considering the safety of use and indoor fire requirements, the indoor fiber optic cable used in server rooms and data centers generally uses LSZH or OFNP grade jacket; indoor fiber optic cable for building occupants generally uses PVC or OFNR grade jacket (compared with LSZH or OFNP jacket, PVC or OFNR jacket surface is brighter and smoother).

Indoor Fiber Optic Cable

GJPFJH (Unitized Tight-Buffered Distribution Cable)

Cores: 4 to 144
Fiber: Singlemode or multimode
Structure: Central strength member
Outer Sheath: LSZH, PVC or TPU
Working Temp: -30℃ to 60℃
Storage Temp: -30℃ to 60℃
Application: Distribution network; building cabling

Indoor Fiber Optic Cable

GJFJV (Single-Mode Indoor Fiber Optic Cable)

Cores: 2 to 24
Fiber: Singlemode or multimode
Structure: Central tube
Outer Sheath: OFNP, LSZH, OFNR
Working Temp: -30℃ to 60℃
Storage Temp: -30℃ to 60℃
Application: Network access splicing, data center

Indoor Fiber Optic Cable

GJBFJV Indoor Breakout Fiber Optic Cable

Cores: 4 to 48
Fiber: Singlemode or multimode
Structure: Central strength member
Outer Sheath: LSZH, PVC
Working Temp: -30℃ to 60℃
Storage Temp: -30℃ to 60℃
Application: Building weak well, data center, server room

Outdoor fiber optic cable generally refers to a cable that can ensure the normal transmission of optical signals in harsh environments such as wet, dry, high and low temperatures. It is often used because of its high abrasion resistance, water resistance, tensile strength and stability. Bonelinks designs and manufactures fiber optic cables that can withstand wildlife bite damage and have a life expectancy of over 25 years in both cold and wet environments.

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

ADSS (All-dielectric Self-supporting Cable)

Cores: 6 to 96
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Sulf-spporting for long span
Outer Sheath: PE or AT
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Power System, backbone network

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

Microduct Cable

Cores: 2 to 288
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Stranded tube for small diameter
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Air blowing cabling

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

Air Blown Fiber Cable

Cores: 2 to 288
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central loose tube strength member
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Backbone network construction, FTTH

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYFTA (Non Self-supporting Aeral/Duct Optical Cable)

Cores: 2 to 300
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central loose tube+APL armour
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Underground pipeline, roof hanging

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYFTY ( Armor Fiber Optic Cable )

Cores: 2 to 288
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central loose tube
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Power transmission systems, strong minefields and high EMF areas

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYFTY53 (Direct Buried Armored Fiber Optic Cable )

Cores: 2 to 288
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central strength member with PSP armour
Outer Sheath: Dual PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Wet environment direct burial and preset

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYHTY (Non-metallic Cable)

Cores: 4 to 36
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central strength member with loose tube
Outer Sheath: Dual PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Wet environment direct burial and preset

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYTA (Non-metallic Non-armored Cable)

Cores: 2 to 288
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central strength member with APL armour
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Backbone, metro network

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYTC8A (Self-supporting Aerial Fiber Optic Cable)

Cores: 2 to 60
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Steel wire as additional self-spporting strength member, central loose tube with APL armour
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Backbone, metro network

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYTS (Stranded Loose Tube Armored Cable)

Cores: 2 to 322
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central loose tube with PSP armour
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Ftth, Fttx

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYTY53 (Stranded Loose Tube Armored Cable)

Cores: 2 to 216
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central strength member with PSP armour
Outer Sheath: Dual PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Wild aerial overhead hanging

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYXTC8S (Self-supported Figure8 Cable)


Cores: 2 to 24
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central loose tube with PSP armour and steel wire strength member
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Ftth, Fttb, backbone network

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYXTPY (Outdoor Overhead Fiber Optic Cable)

Cores: 2 to 12
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central loose tube with steel wire strength member
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Fttx

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYXTW (Stranded Loose Tube Armored Cable)

Cores: 2 to 24
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central loose tube with steel wire strength member and PSP armour
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Secondary, tertiary aerial trunk network

Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable

GYXY (Central tube Non-armored Cable )

Cores: 2 to 24
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central loose tube with FRP strength member
Outer Sheath: PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: Short distance overhead deployment

As the last distance of fiber optic cable into the home, the ftth drop cable will generally be terminated at one end with a quick connector to connect with the splitter in the building distribution box, thus leading out of the network. The other end is introduced into the indoor, through the fusion with scapc pigtail, so as to achieve onu connection, after the photoelectric signal processing conversion, to achieve the user side of the network connection use.

FTTH Fiber Cable

GJYXFCH (Drop Cable )

Cores: 1 to 12
Fiber: Singlemode G652D or G657A
Structure: Steel wire and FRP strength member
Outer Sheath: LSZH
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: FTTH, FTTR, FTTB

FTTH Fiber Cable

GJXFH ( Fiber Optic Drop Cable)

Cores: 1 to 12
Fiber: Singlemode G652D or G657A
Structure: Dual FRP strength member
Outer Sheath: LSZH
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 70℃
Application: FTTH, FTTR, FTTB

Submarine fiber cable, also known as subsea or underwater fiber cable, is a cable that is laid directly on the bottom of the sea, rivers or lakes and has strong tensile strength, tidal traction resistance and anti-tearing characteristics for network signal transmission. Bonelinks’ submarine cables are designed not only to provide maximum protection for the internal fiber, but also to be manufactured with different lengths of fiber optic cable units as required for construction.

Submarine Fiber Cable

GYTA53 (Non-metallic Non-armored Cable)

Cores: 2 to 216
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central strength member+APL+PSP
Outer Sheath: Dual PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 60℃
Application: River, shallow waters, underground

Submarine Fiber Cable

GYTA33 (Steel Wire Armored Cable)

Cores: 2 to 72
Fiber: Singlemode G652D
Structure: Central strength member+APL+Steel Wire
Outer Sheath: Dual PE
Installation Temp: -20℃ to 60℃
Working Temp: -40℃ to 60℃
Application: River, shallow waters

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