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Wrapping Tube Cable (WTC) with SWR®


  • Access Ready Construction (ARC)
  • SpiderWeb Ribbon (SWR) optical fiber technology
  • Significantly higher fiber density compared to traditional ribbon cables
  • Smaller cable diameters and cable weights
  • Completely dry water-blocking technology
  • Compact ribbon bundles
  • Armored and non-armored packages
  • Fully qualified to Telcordia GR-20


  • Data Center Inter-building Connections
  • Access Provider Metro Rings
  • Service Provider FTTx
  • Cable TV Subscriber Networks
  • Metro Rail Track-side Network Links
  • Suitable for Aerial Lashing, Pulled-in-duct, Air-Jetted-in-Duct
  • Campus LAN
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Product Description

The 250 µm Wrapping Tube Cable (WTC), with SpiderWeb Ribbon® (SWR®), is an ultra-high density outside plant cable designed specifically for fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) or access markets. It is compliant with the latest issue of the outside plant cable standard, Telcordia GR-20. With an ultra-high density and a new ribbon technology called SpiderWeb Ribbon®, WTC provides the smallest cable diameter and lowest weight, high-fiber count ribbon cable in the industry. WTC with SWR® cables are available in fiber counts from 144 to 3,456.
SWR® is a bonded fiber ribbon design allowing for either a highly efficient ribbon splicing or an individual fiber breakout splicing process. This flexibility allows for a single cable design to cover a diverse set of applications from access networks to high-fiber count mass fusion splicing. With the ability to roll and conform, the SWR® provides for ultra-high density packaging in the WTC.

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