Distribution Cable GJFJV

General Details

The fiber optic cable consists of a bundle of glass threads (fiber core), each of which is capable of transmitting messages modulated onto light waves. featured with the following advantages compared with traditional copper cable: Fiber optic cables have a much greater bandwidth to carry data than copper cables. Fiber optic cables are less susceptible than copper cables to interference. Fiber optic cables are much thinner and lighter than copper wires.

02~24 fiber, Φ900μm Tight buffer fiber, Aramid yarn, PVC Jacket (LSZH, Plenum available).

Installation method
Aerial, Duct and direct burial.

Standards
Comply with Standard YD/T 1258.4-2005, ICEA-596, GR-409, IEC794, etc; and meet the requirements of UL approval for OFNR.

Features
  • Soft, flexible, easy to splice, and with big capacity data transmission.
  • Good mechanical and environmental properties.
  • The mechanical and physical characteristics of the outer jacket make
  • the cable can be used in riser environment.
  • Kevlar yarn material ensure a good performance of tensile strength.
  • 900µm tight buffer protect the fiber well.
Specifications

Transmission Characteristics

G.652G.65550/125μm62.5/125μm
Attenuation
(+20℃)
@850nm≤3.0 dB/km≤3.0 dB/km
@1300nm≤1.0 dB/km≤1.0 dB/km
@1310nm≤0.36 dB/km≤0.40 dB/km
@1550nm≤0.22 dB/km≤0.23dB/km
Bandwidth (Class A)@850nm≥500 MHz·km≥200 MHz·km
@1300nm≥1000 MHz·km≥600 MHz·km
Numerical Aperture0.200±0.015NA0.275±0.015NA
Cable Cut-off Wavelengthλcc≤1260nm≤1480nm
Cable CountOutter Sheath
Diameter (mm)
Weight (kg)Minimum Allowable Tensile Strength
(N)
Minimum Allowable Crush Load (N/100mm)Minimum Bending Radius
(mm)
Storage/Operating
Temperature
short termlong termshort termlong termshort termlong term
0 ~ +60
65.1±0.2524660200100030020D10D-20 ~ +60
85.6±0.2526660200100030020D10D-20 ~ +60
105.8±0.2530660200100030020D10D-20 ~ +60
126.2±0.2535660200100030020D10D-20 ~ +60
248±0.2558660200100030020D10D-20 ~ +60
Applications
  • Indoor cabling and distribution (raiser distritbution)
  • Interconnection of fiber optic equipment, especially ODF
  • Used in patch cords and pigtails
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