Optical ribbon-cable assemblies

Dec. 1, 1997
A line of fiber-optic ribbon-cable assemblies comes with colored tubing to match the fiber color. The assemblies can also be supplied with numbered subunits to facilitate fiber identification. Constructed of pvc, ofnr-jacketed cable for singlemode or 62.5-micron multimode fiber, the ribbon-cable assemblies are available in 6- and 12-fiber counts. The ribbonized loose-tube cables enable mass splicing of fibers onto a cable assembly. The removable matrix allows for individual splicing of fibers. T

A line of fiber-optic ribbon-cable assemblies comes with colored tubing to match the fiber color. The assemblies can also be supplied with numbered subunits to facilitate fiber identification. Constructed of pvc, ofnr-jacketed cable for singlemode or 62.5-micron multimode fiber, the ribbon-cable assemblies are available in 6- and 12-fiber counts. The ribbonized loose-tube cables enable mass splicing of fibers onto a cable assembly. The removable matrix allows for individual splicing of fibers. The assemblies can be used to pigtail fibers directly into patch panels.

Radiant Communications Corp.

South Plainfield, NJ

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