Loose-tube optical cable

Nov. 1, 1998

Loose-tube optical cable

SMART Simple Midspan Access Reversal technique loose-tube cable has a modified core construction allowing taut-sheath entry at any location along a cable length. Designed for use with 24-inch free-breathing aerial splice closures, the cable features the manufacturer`s DriCore water-blocking technology. The cables are available in both all-dielectric and steel-armored designs, and come in fiber counts to 60.

Sumitomo Electric Lightwave Corp.

Research Triangle Park, NC

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