Spartanburg, SC - AFL is setting a new standard for indoor / outdoor breakout fiber optic cables. Suitable for rugged applications and installations requiring increased performance, AFL’s breakout cables feature a UV- and fungal-resistant semi-pressure extruded outer jacket. The jacket extrusion technology provides superior crush resistance, protecting a helically-stranded core of sub-units. The sub-units measure 2.5mm, allowing for easy termination, and use a water-blocking aramid which further protects the tight-buffered cable.
Previously, AFL only offered indoor / outdoor distribution cables and indoor breakout cables. This innovative, new design combines the ruggedness of an indoor / outdoor cable with the functionality of a breakout cable. The new design is riser-listed and available in fiber counts from two to 12. MSHA qualification is currently in process.
For additional information on this product and other fiber optic cables and accessories, visit www.AFLglobal.com.
AFL is an industry leader in providing fiber optic products, engineering expertise and integrated services to the Electric Utility, Broadband, Telco, OEM, Private Network and Wireless markets. It has operations in the U.S., Mexico and the U.K. AFL is a division of Fujikura Ltd. of Japan.
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