Comsouthern Fiber Optics

fiber optic products manufacturing since 1995

outdoor fiber optic cables

adssADSS fiber optic cable
ADSS (all dielectric self supporting) fiber Optic Cable is used by electrical utility enterprises as a communications medium, installed along existed overhead transmission lines and usually sharing the same support structures as the electrical conductors. The tubes are filled with a water-resistant filling compound. The tubes (and fillers) are stranded around FRP(Fiber Reinforced Plastic) as a non-metallic central strength member into a compact and circular cable core. we make custom ADSS fiber optic cables, depending on customer specific needs for the voltage, span, fiber types, fiber core numbers and length, etc. we have single mode and multimode versions adss fiber optic cables.
gyfty GYFTY fiber optic cables
GYFTY fiber optic cable is a non-metallic cable used for power transmission networks, excessive thunder regions and high electromagnetic interface. Its mainly use is for aerial or duct applications. The cable tubes, which are filled with filling compound, are stranded around the strength member. Then the aramid yarn is applied over water proof material, the cable is made with a PE sheath. we make GYFTY from 4 fiber cores to 24 fiber cores. Both single mode type and multimode types are available. We also provide Customized Service such as fiber core number, fiber jacket color and cable jacket types, etc.
gyxtw53 GYXTW53 fiber optic cables
GYXTW53 fiber optic cable is outdoor distribution cables suitable for aeial, duct and pipeline laying, it can be used in long distance communications or local networks. GYXTW53 full cross-section water-blocking structure ensure good water blocking and moisture resistance, its loose tube is filled with special ointment for a key fiber protection. The double-sided vertically-clad corrugated steel-tape armor effectively improves the resistance to lateral pressure and provide long working lifetime. we supply custom made GYXTW53 cables according to customers' requirement.
gyxtwGYXTW fiber optic cables
The fibers of GYXTW optical cable are positioned in a loose tube made of a high modulus plastic. The tubes are filled with a water-resistant filling compound. The tube is wrapped with a layer of PSP longitudinally. Between the PSP and the loose tube water-blocking material is applied to keep the cable compact and watertight. Two parallel steel wires are placed at the two sides of the steel tape. The cable is completed with a polyethylene (PE) sheath.
gyxtc8yGYXTC8Y fiber optic cables
GYXTC8Y fiber optic cable is a light weight self-supporting cable with the figure 8 structure in the cross section, designed for installation in aerial environment for long haul communications. High tensile strength of stranded wires meet the demand of self-supporting. It can also be used for duct and buried method.
gyxtc8s GYXTC8S fiber optic cables
GYXTC8S fiber optic cable is a figure 8 structure cable designed for installation in aerial environment for long haul communications. This optical cable is self supported structure, 2cores to 24 cores types available. GYXTC8S fiber optic cable features the centrally situated loose tube with nice excess length and minimize the influence of lateral crush. The water resistant tape provides water tight property. Corrugated steel tape armor and the PE outer jacket of GYXTC8S fiber optic cable offer crush resistance and gun shot resistance.
gyty53 GYTY53 fiber optic cables
The GYTY53 optical cable has its fibers, either of single-mode or multimode type, positioned in a loose tube made of a high modulus plastic. These tubes are filled with water-resistant filling compound. A steel wire sometimes sheathed with polyethylene (PE) for cable with high fiber count, located in the center of core as a metallic strength member.
gytsGYTS fiber optic cables
GYTS fiber optic cable featuer the good mechanical and temperature performance, it has high strength loose tube that is hydrolysis resistant. Its tube filling compound to ensure a critical fiber protection. PE sheath protects cable from ultraviolet radiation. GYTS cables use the steel wire as the central strength member, 100% cable core filling and APL moisture barrier can ensure the cable watertight.we make custom GYTS cables with different cable core numbers, cable jacket types and jacket colors.
gytc8sGYTC8S fiber optic cables
GYTC8S is a commonly used self supporting outdoor fiber optic cable, suitable for aerial cable installations; The mental strength member is made up of stranded wires as the supporting part are made with a polyethylene(PE) sheath to be figure 8 structure. Corrugated steel tape armored and PE outer sheath providing crush resistance and gun shot resistance capability.
gyta53GYTA53 fiber optic cables
GYTA53 fiber optic cable is the steel tape armored outdoor optical cable used for direct buried. They are also suitable for installation in ducts where the rodent resistance is required or the moisture resistance is required. GYTA53 max core is 144 cores. Dual-jacket structure make cable have nice properties of moisture resistance and crush resistance. Dual armor structure provide cable good property of rodent- resistance and moisture resistance.
gytaGYTA fiber optic cables
GYTA fiber optic cable is used for duct or aerial fields. These aluminum tape armored cables are suitable for installation for long haul communication and LANs, especially suitable for high requirements of moisture resistance environment. GYTA is the stranded loose tube fiber optic cable with compact structure; the cable jacket is made of strong Polyethylene; High strength loose tube that is hydrolysis resistant.
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