Indoor Fiber Optic Cable

Overview of indoor fiber optic cable

Indoor optical cable is a cable core composed of a certain number of optical fibers in a certain way, covered with a sheath. It is the fiber cable used for communication equipment, computers, switches, and end-user equipment in buildings to transmit information. Because it is used indoors, there is no need to have a waterproof structure, but the optical cable has better flexibility and high bending performance. It has the characteristics of fast transmission speed, clear and stable signal, good interference, and a large amount of transmitted data.

Classification of indoor fiber optic cable

  • According to the use environment and location, it can be divided into three types: indoor trunk optical cable, indoor distribution optical cable and indoor relay optical cable. The indoor trunk optical cable mainly provides the channel between the inside and outside of the building, the indoor distribution optical cable and the indoor relay optical cable are used to transmit information to specific locations respectively.
  • According to the number of fiber cores, it can be divided into three types: single-core, double-core and multi-core. Indoor optical cables usually contain 1-36 cores, and there are also large-core optical cables larger than 36 cores, and even ultra-large core-count high-density optical cables. The optical fibers in the cable include single-mode optical fibers, multi-mode optical fibers, dispersion-shifted optical fibers and polarized optical fibers and plastic optical fibers.
  • According to the shape of the optical fiber, there are flat, round and other indoor optical cables (different according to the requirements of the laying environment)
  • According to the position of the optical fiber in the cable or the structure of the optical cable, there are commonly used central loss tube type, twisted type, and skeleton type.
  • According to the sheath material, there are flame-retardant and non-flame-retardant indoor optical cables.

Indoor Fiber Optic Cable

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

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

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

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