Preconnectorized cable

Oct. 1, 1996

Preconnectorized cable

Factory-terminated cable assemblies allow quick installation of cables or intrabuilding networks without time-consuming field terminations. These loose-tube, riser-rated, preconnectorized cable assemblies are suited for linking transmission equipment and OSP cable. OSP preconnectorized cable assemblies can be directly routed into the distribution frame. The riser-rated cables are available in fiber counts of 2 to 216, while OSP cable assemblies come in a variety of sheath configurations with fiber counts of 2 to 240. Both singlemode and multimode fiber types are available. Cables can be factory-terminated on one or both ends with a variety of connectors, including FC, SC, ST, D4 and Biconic, with Super PC, Ultra PC and angled PC polishes. Cables with different connectors on the same end are also available.

AT&T Fitel

Carrollton, GA

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