Draka Announces MDU Fiber Cables

  • Draka
  • Fiber Cable
  • MDUs
CLAREMONT, NC - A new line of fiber cables for residential multi-dwelling units (MDU) and commercial multi-tenant units (MTU) was announced by fiber optic cable manufacturer Draka Communications Americas. This riser-rated product, which is available immediately, comes in color-coded 6-fiber or 12-fiber units and is intended for use with wall-mounted conduit systems typically found in residential hallways or office corridors.

The newest addition to the ezINTERCONNECT cable solution family,  Indoor Bundle Drop is part of Draka's continuing expansion of MDU fiber cable products aimed to reduce the time and cost of deploying fiber in apartments, condominiums and retail centers. The Indoor Bundle Drop can provide time and cost savings by enabling efficient and rapid deployment to multiple locations on the same floor.

This product uses Draka’s bend-insensitive optical fiber technology, including BendBright-Elite, which provides low loss in radii as small as 5mm. The Indoor Bundle Drop may be preconnectorized for plug-and-play applications and fitted with a pulling sock to facilitate routing through wall penetrations. The product is lightweight, flame retardant and individual subunits are uniquely identified for traceability.

"The Indoor Bundle Drop provides a fast, simple and craft-friendly way to establish service connections for an entire building in short order," says Dean Yamasaki, applications and technology manager for Draka Communications Americas. 

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