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  • Basic Requirements for Storage Optical Cables

    Basic Requirements for Storage Optical Cables

    What are the basic requirements for storage optical cables? As an optical cable manufacturer with 18 years of production and export experience, GL will tell you the requirements and skills for storaging fiber optic cables. 1. Sealed storage The label on the fiber optic cable reel must be seale...
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  • Introduction of Air-Blown Micro Optical Fiber Cable

    Introduction of Air-Blown Micro Optical Fiber Cable

    Today, we  mainly introduce Air-Blown Micro Optical Fiber Cable for FTTx Network. Compared with optical cables laid in the traditional ways, air-blown micro cables have the following merits: ● It improves duct utilization and increases fibre density The technology of air-blown micro ducts and mic...
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  • What is the difference between a 250μm loose-tube cable and a 900μm tight-tube cable?

    What is the difference between a 250μm loose-tube cable and a 900μm tight-tube cable?

    What is the difference between a 250μm loose-tube cable and a 900μm tight-tube cable? The 250µm loose-tube cable and the 900µm tight-tube cable are two different types of cables with the same diameter core, cladding, and coating. However, there are still differences between the two, which are emb...
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  • The Difference Between GYXTW53, GYTY53, GYTA53Cable

    The Difference Between GYXTW53, GYTY53, GYTA53Cable

    GYXTW53 structure: "GY" outdoor fiber optic cable, "x" central bundled tube structure, "T" ointment filling, "W" steel tape longitudinally wrapped + PE polyethylene sheath with 2 parallel steel wires. "53" steel With armor + PE polyethylene sheath. Central bundled double-armoured and double-sheat...
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  • The Difference Between GYFTY and GYFTA/GYFTS Cable

    The Difference Between GYFTY and GYFTA/GYFTS Cable

    Generally, there are three types of non-metallic overhead fiber optic cables, GYFTY, GYFTS, and GYFTA. GYFTA is a non-metal reinforced core, aluminum armored fiber optic cable. GYFTS is a non-metal reinforced core, steel armored fiber optic cable. The GYFTY fiber optic cable adopts a loose-layer ...
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  • Types Of Anti-rodent Fiber Optic cables

    Types Of Anti-rodent Fiber Optic cables

    Nowadays, many mountain areas or buildings need to lay optical cables, but there are many mice in such places, so many customers need special anti-rat optical cables. What are the models of anti-rat optical cables? What kind of fiber optic cable can be rat-proof? As a fiber optic cable manufactur...
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  • ADSS Cable Transportation Guide

    ADSS Cable Transportation Guide

    The matters needing attention in the transportation of ADSS optical cable are analyzed. The following are some points of experience sharing; 1. After the ADSS optical cable has passed the single-reel inspection, it will be transported to the construction units. 2. When transporting from the big b...
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  • Direct Buried Optical Cable Laying Method

    Direct Buried Optical Cable Laying Method

    The direct buried optical cable is armored with steel tape or steel wire on the outside, and is directly buried in the ground. It requires the performance of resisting external mechanical damage and preventing soil corrosion. Different sheath structures should be selected according to different u...
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  • The difference between GYFTY and GYFTA, GYFTS cable

    The difference between GYFTY and GYFTA, GYFTS cable

    Generally, there are three kinds of non-metallic overhead optical cables, GYFTY, GYFTS, GYFTA three kinds of optical cables, if non-metallic without armor, then it is GYFTY, layer twisted non-metallic non-metallic optical cable, suitable for power, as guide, lead in optical cable. GYFTA is a non-...
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  • OPGW Cable is packaged in an all-wood or iron-wood structure fiber optic cable reel

    OPGW Cable is packaged in an all-wood or iron-wood structure fiber optic cable reel

    Before starting the work, you must first understand the type and parameters of the optical cable (cross-sectional area, structure, diameter, unit weight, nominal tensile strength, etc.), the type and parameters of the hardware, and the manufacturer of the optical cable and hardware. Understand th...
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  • What are the advantages of OPGW cable?

    What are the advantages of OPGW cable?

    OPGW type power optical cable can be widely used in transmission networks of various voltage levels, and is inseparable from its high-quality signal transmission, anti-electromagnetic interference and other characteristics. Its use characteristics are: ①It has the advantages of low transmission s...
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  • OPGW Cable Stress Detection Method

    OPGW Cable Stress Detection Method

    OPGW Cable Stress Detection Method               The OPGW power optical cable stress detection method is characterized by comprising the following steps: 1. Screen OPGW power optical cable lines; the screening basis is: high-grade lines must be selected; lines ...
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  • How To Choose OPGW Cable?

    How To Choose OPGW Cable?

    Reasonably choose the outer sheath of the optical fiber. There are 3 kinds of pipes for optical fiber outer sheath: plastic pipe organic synthetic material, aluminum pipe, steel pipe. Plastic pipes are cheap. In order to meet the UV protection requirements of the plastic pipe sheath, at least two...
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  • What is LSZH cable?

    What is LSZH cable?

    LSZH is the short form of Low Smoke Zero Halogen. These cables are constructed with jacket material free from halogenic materials such as chlorine and fluorine as these chemical have toxic nature when they are burned. Benefits or advantages of LSZH cable Following are the benefits or advantages o...
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  • Problems Existing In ADSS Cable Application

    Problems Existing In ADSS Cable Application

    The design of the ADSS cable fully considers the actual situation of the power line, and is suitable for different levels of high-voltage transmission lines. For 10 kV and 35 kV power lines, polyethylene (PE) sheaths can be used; for 110 kV and 220 kV power lines, the distribution point of the op...
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  • Features of OPGW cable

    Features of OPGW cable

    OPGW optical cable can be widely used in transmission networks of various voltage levels, and is inseparable from its high-quality signal transmission, anti-electromagnetic interference and other characteristics. Its use characteristics are: ①It has the advantages of small transmission signal los...
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  • Is The Voltage Level Parameters Important To ADSS cable Price?

    Is The Voltage Level Parameters Important To ADSS cable Price?

    Many customers ignore the voltage level parameter when choosing ADSS optical cables, and ask why voltage level parameters are needed when inquiring about the price? Today, Hunan GL will reveal the answer to everyone: In recent years, the requirements for the transmission distance have been greatl...
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  • What Is The Transmission Distance Of The Fiber Drop Cable?

    What Is The Transmission Distance Of The Fiber Drop Cable?

    The professional drop cable manufacturer tells you: The drop cable can transmit up to 70 kilometers. However, in general, the construction party covers the optical fiber backbone to the door of the house, and then decodes it through the optical transceiver.   Drop cable: It is a bending-resist...
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  • 432F Air Blown Optical Fiber Cable

    432F Air Blown Optical Fiber Cable

    In current years, while the advanced information society has been expanding rapidly, the infrastructure for telecommunication has been building expeditiously with various methods such as direct burial and blowing. GL Technology continues to develop innovative and various type of optical fiber cab...
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  • What Are The Differences of OM1, OM2, OM3 and OM4 cables?

    What Are The Differences of OM1, OM2, OM3 and OM4 cables?

    Some customers cannot make sure which type of multimode fiber they need to choose. Below are the details of different types for your reference. There are different categories of graded-index multimode glass fiber cable, including OM1, OM2, OM3 and OM4 cables (OM stands for optical multi-mode). &...
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