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12 Fibers Multimode 50/125 OM2, Riser, Indoor Tight-Buffered Breakout Fiber Optical Cable
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12 Fibers Multimode 50/125 OM2, Riser, Indoor Tight-Buffered Breakout Fiber Optical Cable

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12 Fibers Multimode 50/125 OM2, Riser, Indoor Tight-Buffered Breakout Fiber Optical Cable
Breakout Cable has individual subcables within a primary outer cable sheath, and each fiber has its own aramid strength member for connector tie-off. It's the easiest fiber cable to install where direct termination of connectors to sub-units and direct run to panels and equipment is desired.

Cable TypeTight-Buffered Breakout TubeFiber Count12 Fibers
Flammability RatingRiser (OFNR)Fiber TypeMultimode 50/125 OM2(Orange)
Out Sheath Diameter12.2mmSubcable Diameter2.0mm
Strength Member MaterialSteel WireWeight140.0kg/km
Tensile Strength (long/short term)600/1500NCrush Load (long/short term)300/1000 (N/100mm)
Bending Radius (long/short term)10D/20D(mm)Operating /Storage Temperature-20 to +60°C
Feature And Application

Durable outer jacket for pulling 900µm tight buffered fibers support fast and robust field terminations Subcabled fiber is environmentally and mechanically protected Non-metal FRP central strength member, anti-electromagnetic interference
Used for pigtails and patch cordsIdeal for backbone, horizontal, and intrabuilding runsPerfect for horizontal distribution for Fiber-to-the-deskUsed in optical connections in optical apparatus and equipment
Ideal Solution by Using Breakout Cable
Breakout cables are used anywhere multiple fibers must be run from one point to another. Since each fiber is protected by strength members and a jacket, breakout cables are often used in horizontal spaces between work areas and a telecom or equipment room. They are also used within the building fiber backbone for connecting the telecom room to the equipment room in a hierarchical topology. Breakout cables can be used between patch panels or plugged directly into equipment.
Packaging & Labeling
FS offers two types of cable package. Package 1 is usually for indoor, light weight cables. Package 2 is usually for outdoor, heavy weight cables. Usually we only attach Test Report on the out package of the cable, but we could also mark as your requirements.

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