Bulk Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Optic Cable 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2
Today more companies and installers are transitioning from copper cables to Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Optic Cable 9/125 OS1 OS2. This is simply because this fiber offers the transmission of data at a higher capacity and it is capable of retaining every light pulse’s fidelity over huge distances. Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Cable 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 offers low fiber attenuation compared to multimode fiber cable.
Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 has a much smaller core than multimode fiber. Generally SM fiber is 8 to 10 microns. Indoor Single-Mode Fiber Optic Cable is usually 9/125 in construction. This means the core to cladding diameter ratio is 9 microns to 125 microns. The smaller diameter core allows only one pathway of light to disseminate. With only a single wavelength of light passing through its core, Singlemode realigns the light toward the center of the core instead of bouncing it off the edge of the core as it does with multimode. This smaller core diameter lowers attenuation and creates the ability for the signal to travel faster and further. Single-ModeFiber Optic Cable 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 gives you a higher transmission rate and up to 50 times more distance than multimode. Thus Singlemode fiber is more expensive due to its capabilities.
Bulk Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Optic Cables 9/125 OFNR are available in OS1 and OS2. The main difference between OS1 and OS2 is a different cable construction rather than in fiber performance. OS1 is more appropriate for tight buffered cable construction and OS2 is more appropriate for loose tube construction.
Single-Mode Fiber Optic Cable 9/125 OS1 OS2 also has disadvantages. The small diameter core makes it more difficult to couple the light into the core, making the acceptable tolerance levels for installing single-mode connectors and splicing the fiber more challenging. Single-mode fiber has an issue of irregularity at 1550 nm. To address this issue, a non-zero dispersion-shifted fiber (NZ-DSF) was developed and introduced to address this issue. NZ-DSF is the Singlemode fiber of choice for installations today. Corning’s SMF 28 is the most popular choice.
Bulk Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Cable 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 provides for easier installation and helps to strengthen LAN (Local Area Network) infrastructures, premise wiring installations and the wiring hubs in which this fiber is utilized. Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Cable is typically used by those who require longer distances and higher bandwidth such as Telecommunications companies, Cable TV companies and Colleges and Universities.
Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Optic Cable 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 is used in many different applications. Typically, this fiber can be found in structured cabling installations, indoor distribution fiber cabling installs, LAN fiber cable installations, premise wiring and central office installations. Additionally, it is also found in enterprise and campus backbone installations. This fiber can also be used in Intra-building and inter-building installations, data center cabling rooms, and equipment cross-connects. Single-Mode Riser Fiber Optic Cable is also found in long distance network connections that spread out over extended areas in excess of a few miles. As an example, Telecommunication companies use Indoor Singlemode Riser Fiber Optic Cables for connections between switching offices.
The type of Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Optic Cable 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 used in an installation will vary depending upon the locations where the fiber will be installed. The Singlemode Riser fiber can be placed in vertical areas between floors and non-plenum spaces. Single-Mode Riser Fiber Optic Cables 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 that are tight buffered construction, such as Simplex, Duplex, and Zipcord, as well as breakout and distribution styles are placed in areas where users require flexibility with installation and maintenance. Indoor ribbon, loose tube (LT) Indoor and interlocking armored (ILA) fiber is placed in areas where users require pulling capability and ruggedness.
Depending upon the specific requirements of a project, Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Optic Cable 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 is manufactured as a Simplex fiber cable, Duplex fiber cable, Zipcord fiber cable, or multi-fiber cable. Bulk Single-Mode Riser Fiber Cable 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 can be constructed as a distribution style fiber optic cable, breakout fiber cable or ribbon fiber cable. Additionally the construction of the fiber may be tight buffered fiber cable or loose tube fiber cable. Ribbon fiber optic cables and Loose Tube fiber optic cables, are also referred to as LT cables.
Bulk Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 can also be used for the manufacturing of Single mode fiber jumpers, Singlemode fiber patch cables, as well as Single-mode fiber pigtails and can use all of the common fiber connectors such as LC, SC, ST, etc.
Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Optic Cable 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2 can also be constructed as unitized fiber cables. This is where the fibers are sub-grouped or sub-unitized into standard distribution fiber cables. These sub-unitized or sub-grouped fiber optic cables refer to multi-fiber cables within an individual 900μm jacket for ease in termination. These buffered fibers are typically grouped into 6-fiber or 12-fiber jacketed subunits which makes it easier for installation and identification.
Discount Fiber stocks a wide selection of Bulk Indoor Single-Mode Riser Fiber Optic Cable 9/125 OFNR OS1 OS2. Please contact us with any questions you may have or to request a quote.