OCC Introduces Ultra-HD Fiber Optic Cables

  • Fiber Cable
  • OCC
ROANOKE, VA - Optical Cable Corporation (OCC) introduced a new family of ultra-high-density fiber optic cables this week at the BICSI 2012 Winter Conference & Exhibition in Orlando, FLa. The new HC-Series cables, available in fiber counts from 24 fibers to 288 fibers, feature tight-buffered 12-fiber units that combine the ruggedness of OCC’s tight-buffer technology with high-fiber density.

The HC-Series have an outer diameter much smaller than conventional cables that use loose-tube construction. They offer up to a 20 percent reduction in diameter and weight relative to conventional loose-tube cables, which allows for greater fiber density and cable packing within ducts. Suitable for direct pulling with wire mesh grips, the HC-series cables can help reduce costs by eliminating the need to splice outdoor cable to indoor cable at the building entrance. As a result, they offer a good solution for campus networks and indoor-outdoor installations.

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