Armored Fiber Optic Cable Stranded Loose Tube Light Armored Cable

GYTS armored fiber optic cable is the most commonly used outdoor fiber optic cable for network transmission. The cable has a plastic-coated steel tape layer to prevent moisture and tearing, and a metal reinforcement bond in the center to provide tension and tension support, and is commonly laid in underground pipes or trenches for direct burial. With flame retardant, anti-rodent, and armored, it is also suitable for mines, tunnels, shafts, and roadways. To different user access, Bonelinks design and production of GYTS fiber optic cable minimum core number can be 2 cores, the maximum number of cores can support up to 312 cores, and can be pre-terminated fiber optic connectors according to demand to do branch network node cabinet links.


  • The loose tube stranding technology makes the fibers have good secondary excess length and allow
  • The fibers free movement in the tube, which keeps the fiber stress-free while the cable is subjected to longitudinal stress.
  • Corrugated steel tape armored and PE outer sheath provide property crush resistance and gun shot resistance features.
  • Metal strength member provides excellent strain performance.

Mining, FTTH, FTTx, Backbone

UV resistance; moisture-proof; High bending resistance

Design Properties


Cable Cores


Fiber per Tube


Cable Sheath


Dielectric Strength Member

Steel Wire

Additional Strength Member

PE Coated Steel Tape

Loose Tube Diameter


Drum length

500m,1000m & 2000m(±3%)

Temperature Range



-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )


-30℃ to 70℃ (-22°F to 158°F )


-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )

Mechanical Properties


Crush Resistance

Short Term (100 N/100mm); Long Term (300 N/100mm)

Min. bending radius

Without Tension (10.0×ODmm); Under Max Tension (20.0×ODmm)

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