Outdoor Armored Direct Buried Fiber Optic Cable

GYTY53 armored fiber optic cable is an outdoor fiber optic cable suitable for the harsh environment of pipeline laying, direct burial deployment and overhead use. Double PE sheath and PSP steel tape wrapping make this outdoor stranded loose tube cable not only anti-static, good resistance to pressure, but also prevent field animals from tearing and damaging the internal fiber. According to different area connection and user number access requirements, Bonlinks designs and produces GYTY53 armored outdoor fiber optic cable with a minimum core count of 2 cores and a maximum core count of 216 cores, and can produce different lengths of spools according to actual loading and cabling requirements.


  • Good mechanical and temperature performance.
  • High-strength loose tube that is hydrolysis resistant.
  • Special tube filling compound ensures critical protection of fiber.
  • Crush resistance and flexibility.
  • Two parallel steel wires ensure tensile strength
  • Small diameter, lightweight and friendly installation
  • Long delivery length
  • PSP enhancing moisture-proof


Wild overhead hanging


UV resistance; Waterproof; Moisture-proof; High tensile strength

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Are you looking for more choices in armored fiber optic cables? Check out our Armored Fiber Cables for seamless networking. If you need fiber cables that are custom-made for your specific needs, take a look at our Custom Fiber Cables section for personalized connectivity solutions.

Cable Cores


Fiber per Tube


Cable Sheath

Dual Polyethylene

Dielectric Strength Member

Steel Wire

Additional Strength Member

PE Coated Steel Tape

Loose Tube Diameter


Drum length

500m,1000m & 2000m(±3%)

Installation Temperature Range

-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )

Operation Temperature Range

-30℃ to 70℃ (-22°F to 158°F )

Storage/Transport Temperature Range

-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )

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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