Opticonx intros micro-distribution cables

Sept. 17, 2013
Opticonx, Inc., a Putnam, CT, based manufacturer of passive fiber-optic cable systems, has introduced a new line of micro-distribution cables. These high-density, compact, and cost-effective micro-distribution cables will provide customers with a wider selection to better meet their needs, the company says.

Opticonx, Inc., a Putnam, CT, based manufacturer of passive fiber-optic cable systems, has introduced a new line of micro-distribution cables. These high-density, compact, and cost-effective micro-distribution cables will provide customers with a wider selection to better meet their needs, the company says.

The new micro-distribution cables are designed for high-density pre-terminated MTP trunks, hybrid MTP/LC trunks, and LC/LC trunks for data center network applications. They can also be field terminated when used with Opticonx’s line of breakout kits.

“The addition of these cable designs complement our ribbon cable offering and provide our customers with a more complete choice for their pre-terminated, field-terminated, or fusion-spliced installation,” said Brian Keane, vice president of Opticonx.

Opticonx offers three new cable versions including: optical fiber nonconductive plenum (OFNP) indoor cables, optical fiber conductive plenum (OFCP) indoor armored cables, and optical fiber nonconductive riser (OFNR) indoor/outdoor cables from 2 to 72 fibers. All are available with OS2 singlemode fiber and OM1 – OM4 multimode fibers and can be customized for hybrid singlemode/multimode combinations.

All cables are available for immediate purchase.

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