Local Area/Campus Networks
The mobility network is changing. It needs the bandwidth, reliability, and flexibility of fiber. OFS brings innovative solutions for fiber in the cell network, including for Small Cells and Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS).
OFS has a wide variety of products for campus and outdoor applications. From small, ruggedized drop cables to fiber distribution devices, there’s a product set to meet even the most stringent performance requirements.
Low fiber count outdoor cables: OFS has a low fiber count cable for most applications Aerial, underground in duct, direct buried, dielectric metallic, indoor/outdoor:
- Mini LT Flat Drop Cable (Aerial,Self-Support)
- Toneable Mini LT Flat Drop Cable (Aerial,Self-Support)
- PowerGuide TTH ADSS Cable (Single-Jacket)
- Indoor/Outdoor Drop Cable
- Mini CT DT Cable (Armored, Metallic)
- Fiber Count
- Up to 12
- Up to 12
- Up to 30 (6 fibers/tube)
- Up to 24
High fiber count indoor/outdoor cables: OFS has a low fiber count cable for most applications Aerial, underground in duct, direct buried, dielectric metallic, indoor/outdoor:
- OPTION1 Loose Tube Cable – Outdoor/indoor plenum-rated performance with fiber counts to 288
- PlenumXcel™ Loose Tube Cable – Outdoor/indoor plenum-rated performance with fiber counts to 144
- AccuRibbon® DC TL Cable – Craft-friendly outdoor-indoor performance with fiber counts to 432
- Wall Mount 400A Up to 36 remotes
- SlimBox™ Customer Splice Point (CSP)
OFS brings a variety of connectorization options for MDU environments.
- All distribution systems, HomeRun Indoor and Outdoor MDU Cabling, V-Linx™ components, and riser cables are available in a variety of pre-connectorized lengths
- Pigtails, jumpers and patch cords are also available in customized lengths and configurations for no additional charge
Fusion splice-on connectors (FSOC) or Mechanical splice-on connectors (MSOC) can be installed on-site in the field. The main advantage of a fi eld installable connector is to eliminate slack management issues.
- Fusion Splice-on Connectors use a cleaver and fusion splicer to splice a connector to the fiber. Available in a variety of connector ends with two different connector types.
- Mechanical Splice-On Connectors only need a cleaver for installation. Available in a variety of common connector ends
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