FTTH Drop Fiber Optic Cable

WELINK FTTH Drop Fiber Optic Cable

FTTH Drop Fiber Optic Cable adopts G.657 small bending radius optical fiber, which can be laid with a bending radius of 20mm, it is suitable for entering the house by means of pipes or wiring in the building.

Types of FTTH Drop Fiber Optic Cable

The Basic of FTTH Drop Cable

  • Special bend-resistant optical fiber provides greater bandwidth and enhances network transmission performance;

  • Two parallel FRP or metal strength members make the optical cable have good compression performance and protect the optical fiber;

  • The optical cable has simple structure, light weight and strong practicability;

  • Unique groove design, easy to peel off, easy to connect, simplify installation and maintenance;

  • Low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant polyethylene sheath or flame-retardant PVC sheath, environmentally friendly.

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