Tight-Buffered Simplex

Applied inside buildings and premises, in trays, cable channels, in duct, tubes and blocks. It is also applied on outer sides of buildings and for opticalal cords manufacturing.

Tight-Buffered Simplex

  • 4
    Halogen free flame-retardant jacket
  • 3
    Aramid yarns
  • 2
    Tight-buffer
  • 1
    Optic fiber

Advantages

Compact and flexible

Cable can be terminated with a standard connector

Perfect solution for manufacturing of opticalal cords

Flame-retardant

UV-resistant

All-dielectric construction

High crush resistance to 50 N/cm

Allowable tensile strength up to 180 N

Features

Optical Fiber Specifications
Optical Fiber Color Identification


Crush — from 29 lb/in
Tensile strength — 40 lb


Fiber count11
Cable diameter, in0.1100.071
Cable weight, lb/ft0.0050.002
Min bending radius, in1.1020.709

At Customer’s request Incab can provide specifications for any range of fiber optic cable.

Operation parameters
Operation temperature range*-10°С…+50°С
Installation temperature range-10°С…+50°С
Transportation and storage temperature range-60°С…+70°С
Min bending radius10xcable diameter
Life time25 years
Warranty lifetimeas specified in the supply agreement, min 2 years

* Operation temperature range can be increased on request.

Local cables can be produced in versions (A)-HF, (А)- HFLTx and (А)-FRHFLTx.


(A)-HF — cable jacket is made of a polymer material, flame retardant in a group laying, with low smoke emission, halogen-free.


(A)-HFLTx — the cable jacket is made of a polymer material, flame retardant in a group laying with low toxicity of combustion products.


(A)-FRHFLTx — the cable jacket is made of a fire-resistant polymer material, flame retardant in a group laying, not emitting corrosive gases when burning and smoldering with low toxicity of combustion products.