Project Description


All Dielectric Self-Supporting Fiber Optic Cables are designed for aerial installation.  It does not need support or messenger wire for installation which makes it a cost-effective and simple way of setting up fiber optic networks.
The aramid yarn helps the cable to have good tensile performance and temperature performance under extreme weathers.
This cable contains G.652D fibers made of high pure silica and germanium doped silica. UV curable acrylate material is applied over fiber cladding as optical fiber primary protective coating.

Cable Construction:

~ Central Strength Member (FRP)
~ Water Blocking Yarn(s)
~ PBT Loose tube(s)
~ Optical Fibers
~ Filler(s)
~ Water Blocking Tape
~ Aramid Yarn(s)
~ Ripcord(s)
~ Outer Sheath (HDPE)

Application & Standards:

~ For installation on poles or in ducts
~ Fully dielectric cable
~ Self-supporting aerial cable with aramid reinforcement
~ IEEE Std P.1222 – Standard construction of composite
fiber for use on electric utility power lines
~ IEC 60793-1 – Optical fiber Part 1: Generic specifications
~ IEC 60793-2 – Optical fiber Part 2: Product specifications
~ IEC 60794-1-2 – Optical fiber cables – Part 4: Sectional
specification – Aerial optical cables along electrical power lines
~ EIA/TIA 598 – Color code of fiber optic cables
~ ITU-T G.652 – Characteristics of a single-mode optical fiber cable

Parameter Value
Fiber Type G.652.D
Fiber Count 288
Tube Count 24
Filler count 0
Rate Tensile Strength (kN) 8.7
Cable Diameter (mm) 17.5
Cable Weight (kg/km) 219
Preview Data Sheet

The above design is only a sample of the options available. Contact our sales team for other specifications. Our policy of continuous improvement may result in a change of specifications without notice.