The biggest difference between armored fiber optic patch cord and traditional fiber optic patch cord is that it is designed and produced for the shortcomings of fiber being easy to break and damage. It is especially designed with a small, flexible stainless steel sheath to protect the fiber, and therefore has good characteristics such as strong tensile strength, resistance to lateral pressure, bending and repetitive bending, and anti-rodent. Additionally, an flame-retardant PVC coating is added to the sheath to achieve functions such as moisture and fire prevention.
Furthermore, the unique design makes the fiber construction and deployment more convenient, reduces losses during the construction process, and improves the service life of the fiber connectors.
Stainless steel protective armor, with the advantages of strong tensile strength, resistance to lateral pressure, bending and repetitive bending, anti-rodent, etc.
Good flexibility, and similar diameter to ordinary jumpers, saving space.
When external forces act on armored fiber optic patch cord, stresses on the fiber can be avoided to ensure stable operation of the fiber optic system.
Can be easily used like wires, making wiring work easier.
High-strength aramid reinforcement ensures that the fiber has no tension strain. The outer layer diameter is the same as the standard optical cable, and is suitable for various connector applications. It uses flame-retardant, environmentally friendly or high-temperature-resistant cable covering materials, with a small outer diameter, light weight, and good bending performance, and has high flexibility.
Suitable for direct laid cables along the wall, ceiling, sandwich panel and conduit indoors and outdoors. Communication equipment tail fibers and active connection lines, which are designed and produced with standard and rugged structures, can be directly used for the connection between equipment.
Indoor horizontal wiring, vertical wiring in buildings, LAN, suitable for connection of multiple information points, and recommended for use in direct connection with end users.
Building backbone network wiring between outdoor buildings; outdoor wiring is directly introduced into the indoor area to reduce costs.
Used as the tail cable of the backbone network, directly connected from the backbone network to the equipment inside the building to isolate lightning and improve system reliability.
Has a small minimum bending radius, and can be used for large-capacity, multi-client indoor overall laying, unit wiring, and can be used for independent branching, and can be easily connected with various end devices.
Recommended for high-density wiring, installation space and small installation curvature.