Understanding Direct-Burial Fiber Optic Cable
Direct-burial fiber optic cable is a type of cable that is specifically designed to be buried underground without the need for a protective conduit or duct. The rugged design ensures it can withstand moisture, temperature fluctuations and physical stresses, maintaining reliable signal transmission. It’s commonly used in situations where overhead or indoor installation is not feasible or practical. To ensure optimal performance, strategic installation guidelines must be followed, specifying specific burial depths and spacing requirements.
Support 12x channels or data streams simultaneously, ideal for applications requiring high bandwidth.
Transmit signals more efficiently over longer distances, with lower attenuation and interference.
Swiftly connect and disconnect with LC connectors, ensuring a quick, plug-and-play setup.
Ensure the connection points are spread out and not concentrated in one area, minimizing cable strain.
Provide added protection to the cable by enhancing its resistance to crushing, pulling, and bending.
Eliminate the need for installing additional underground infrastructure such as conduits or ducts.