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Gel-Free Riser Single-Jacket Single-Armor Loose Tube (LV Series Gel-Free SASJ)

Features:

  • Gel-free buffer tubes reduce fiber prep termination time
  • SZ-stranded cable core for easy mid-span access of fibers
  • Improved crush and rodent resistance in direct-bury installations reduce the need to use inner-duct or metal conduits
  • OFNR-listed saves labor and material by eliminating the need to add a transition point when entering riser-pathways within a building
  • FR UV-stabilized outer jacket for longterm performance in OSP applications
  • 6 to 288 fibers allow for specific cable choices for multiple applications
  • Standards compliance: - ANSI/ICEA S-104-696 - UL-1666 - CSA OFN FT-4 22.2

Product Description

AFL LV-Series Gel-Free Indoor/Outdoor Single Jacket Single Armor fiber optic cables are designed for enterprise networking applications. The cable construction uses the latest in material technologies to offer a cable fully suited for OSP applications yet possess excellent flame retardant properties allowing for transitioning to inside-plant riser pathways. The corrugated steel armor layer adds additional crush and cut-through resistance making this product line suitable for direct-bury installations. The product line incorporates the latest dry water-absorption technology within the fiber-containing buffer tubes which results in user-friendly handling of fibers during routing and termination within the splice enclosures.

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