GigaLine® Duplex Fig 0, 600N - Dca, Fibre optic indoor cable, semi tight, buffer, duplex figure O, KL-I-V(ZN)HH 2 G50/125 10GBE550 OM4 bendable, Outer sheath: halogen-free, flame-retardant compound (FRNC) Colour outer sheath: Heather violet, RAL-4003,
The 2FO (1x2) Indoor Breakout Fiber Optic Cable SM MM OM4 Fig.O Dca FRNC 600N KL-I-V(ZN)HH Heather Violet (Part number: LKD8DA720050000) from KERPEN DATACOM with 2FO. Riser fiber optic cable is used in indoor and outdoor optical networks, more specifically in LAN backbone, access and riser zone. Riser cables are being used more and more in big projects outdoor that's why this type of cable benefits from a special jacket for different necessities.
Fibre optic indoor cable,with semi tight buffered fibres, duplex fig. 0
OM4 (Optical Multimode 4) is a type of multimode fiber defined by the G.651.1 standard. It has a core diameter of 50 microns and is designed for high-bandwidth applications over longer distances than OM3, supporting up to 10 Gbps over distances of up to 550 meters and 40 Gbps over distances of up to 150 meters. OM4 is commonly used for data center and enterprise networks and is optimized for use with VCSEL sources, offering lower attenuation and higher bandwidth than OM3.
FRNC (flame-retardant, non-corrosive) is a jacket material that is designed to limit the spread of fire and reduce the emission of toxic fumes. It is used in environments where safety is a primary concern, such as hospitals, schools, and public buildings. FRNC is highly resistant to moisture and chemicals, making it suitable for harsh environments. It is also non-corrosive, which means it will not degrade over time or cause damage to other materials. However, it may be more expensive than other cable jacket materials.