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Pre-terminated SWA Armoured Fibre Optic Cable
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Pre-terminated SWA Armoured Fibre Optic Cable

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Pre-terminated SWA armoured loose tube fibre optic cable available in single mode OS2 or multi-mode OM1, OM2, OM3 and OM4 with up to 96 cores. (Read more)

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Pre-term fibre optic cable is a great way to access all the benefits of a professional fibre optic installation without requiring any advanced skills or professional termination equipment.

Our pre-terminated fibre is available as standard tight buffered or loose tube fibre for everyday use or as CST and SWA for more rugged installations. Each type of cable is available as single-mode OS2 for longer cable distances or multi-mode OM1, OM2, OM3 or OM4 for shorter high bandwidth installations and with fibre counts of 8 to 96 cores.

You can select to have your pre-term fibre terminated using either standard ST, SC, LC or FC fibre connectors or APC variants of the connectors for highly sensitive applications.


Durability

To ensure durability of the fibre cable during installation the cable has an epoxy bonded gland on each end with a Kevlar strain relief yarn and a protective sleeve protecting the connectors. This makes the cable extremely tough and protects the cable from the high-tension loads experienced such as when pulling the cable through ducting.


Installation

Installation of pre-terminated fibre is quick and easy and requires no special skills or equipment. Simply remove the protective sleeve and thread the connectors through the cable entry hole in the fibre enclosure. Secure the gland to the drawer to provide additional protection after installation and connect the connectors into the outlets in the enclosure. If cable channelling is available within the enclosure it is advisable to lay the inner fibre cores into the channelling for further protection.


Loose tube SWA fibre

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In a loose tube fibre cable the inner fibre cores are suspended in a gel. This provides protection from moisture and temperature, prevents freezing and allows the cable to expand and contract with changes in temperature without damaging the inner cores. Loose tube fibre cable is ideally suited for outdoor installation. Despite being moisture resistant however loose tube cable is not recommended for installation underwater. 

For a lighter slightly more flexible outdoor fibre option where less protection is necessary you can select a CST armoured cable as an alternative.

Loose tube SWA fibre cables are extremely tough, thick and very rigid which makes them less suited to installation indoors where more flexible tight buffered cables would be a better choice.


Fibre Optic Cable Recommended Installation Distances

Different fibre optic cables are capable of achieving faster speeds over longer distances. Depending on your application use the table below as a guide to selecting the right cable for your installation.


Single Mode
OS2
9/125µm
Multi-mode
OM1
62.5/125µm
Multi-mode
OM2
50/125µm
Multi-mode
OM3
50/125µm
Multi-mode
OM4
50/125µm
100 Mbs
40 km
2 km
2 km
2 km
2 km
1 Gbs
100 km
275 m
550 m
800 m
1100 m
10 Gbs
40 km
33 m
82 m
300 m
550 m
40/100 Gbs
40 km
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100 m
125 m


Fibre Connector Choices

Selecting the right connector is often governed by compatibility with the equipment that is being connected. For new installations the compact LC connector is a good choice thanks to it's small size and common use on modern networking hardware.


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ST Connector

Locking fibre connector found on legacy devices such as switches and data-communications equipment.


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SC Connector

Still widely used in fibre installations although newer hardware typically has switched to the more compact space saving LC alternative.


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LC Connector

More compact connector found in high density installations and on modern switches and transceivers. This is the most common type of connector currently in use.


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FC Connector

Telecommunications connectors with good mechanical isolation although now mostly replaced by SC and LC connectors.


SPECIFICATIONS
Loose Tube Fibre Specifications
JacketFire retardant FRNC/LSZH
Rodent proof
Water and UV resistant
IEC 60332-1, IEC 61034, IEC 60754
Fibre modes
Single mode OS2 / Mulit Mode OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4
Max tensile strength4000 N
Crush resistance4000 N / 10 cm
Impact resistance3 Impacts (w/30N.m)
Min bend radius
15 x Cable diameter
Min bend radius load
20 x Cable diameter
Moisture resistancePassed
Compound flow30 cm / 24hr / 70°C
Temperature rangeInstallation -15°C to +50°C
Operation -20°C to +70°C
Storage -30°C to +70°C
Nominal weight180 kg/km
Standard put-up length2100m
Loose tube diameter3.0mm
Inner jacket thickness1.0 +/- 0.2mm
Outer jacket thickness1.4 +/- 0.3mm
Cable outer diameter10.7 +/- 0.4mm
USEFUL FILES AND LINKS
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Files
  Loose tube SWA armoured fibre datasheet
  Pre-terminated fibre datasheet
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Connectix support site

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PRODUCT Q&A

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Pre-terminated SWA armoured fibre optic cable
I need to place the cables into a duplex SPF transceiver - Do you supply the small matiing plastic connector to hold the two single cables to make it easier to insert?
Its a small plastic holder if I have not explained it see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5VH2tZEoDQ

thanks
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We only supply these as part of a fiber drawer system as with pre terminated cables should be fed into one of these. They consist of a protective metal box and have a row of these couplers on the front. This protects the individual fibers as they are very delicate and allows you to plug in a fiber patch lead fro the drawer to your hardware.
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