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Next Generation of Fiber Optic Loose Tube Cable

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LM200-Series OSP MicroCore® Cable


  • 24 to 432 fibers
  • Robust, kink-resistant buffer tubes reduce time and handling issues associated with enclosure build-outs
  • Low-friction jacketing system allows for longer jetting distances
  • Designed for use in bundled micro-duct pathways allowing for future, optical circuit additions
  • Toneable option includes a low-resistance copper wire that allows cable/pathway to be located using standard electromagnetic detector devices


  • Long-haul, Local Loop FTTx, Campus Backbone connections for 10G, 40G and 100G network transmission speeds
  • Air-jetted into bundled micro-ducts
  • Congested pathway over-ride installations
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Product Description

The product design integrates 200 μm buffered single-mode fiber which allows for reduced diameter cables compared to traditional OSP micro-cables. The foundation of the design is the multi-fiber-set, gel-filled buffer tube construction. The kink-resistant buffer tube contains multiple 12-fiber sets of color-coded fibers. Each set within the buffer tube is grouped using dual color-coded binder threads. The dry-blocked core is made up of six buffer tubes SZ-stranded around a central strength member. The low-friction, high-strength overall jacketing system protects the cable-core while providing an optimized cable package supporting high-speed, long-distance jetting performance. The LM200-Series is the right choice for use in bundled micro-duct pathways allowing for future, incremental cable additions as network circuits and bandwidth requirements increase.

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