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Totally Gel-Free, ADSS Cable Enables Faster and Less Costly Installation for FTTH and Power Network Deployments

Product Description


If your cable isn't dry, things could get "sticky." Why not join the "Dry Revolution" with our groundbreaking, totally gel-free PowerGuide™ ShortSpan DT All-Dielectric, Self-Supporting (ADSS) Loose Tube Cable?

PowerGuide™ ShortSpan DT Cable helps enable faster deployment and reduced installation costs to offer an ideal, cost-effective solution for short cable spans ranging up to 1,150 feet (350 meters) (Maximum span range from 400 feet to 1,150 feet, depending on loading conditions, fiber counts, installation conditions and clearance requirements. Contact OFS for specific details for your application.), including FTTH deployments, distribution networks and duct installations.

Features and Benefits:
  • Industry-first, gel-free ADSS cable for cleaner, faster and less costly deployments
  • Efficient, cost-effective solution for short cable spans ranging up to 1,150 feet (350 meters) (Maximum span range from 400 feet to 1,150 feet, depending on loading conditions, fiber counts, installation conditions and clearance requirements. Contact OFS for specific details for your application.)
  • Lighter weight, dry cable helps cut cable end preparation time by up to 80% (Based on field studies examining the time required to prepare cable ends for splicing and terminations for similar gel-filled ADSS cables as compared with PowerGuide™ ShortSpan DT Cable.)
  • Enables significant cost savings from the use of less costly attachment hardware (For a typical 250-foot cable run, under NESC Medium Loading Conditions, the gel-free cable construction allows for the use of light duty attachment hardware, which costs on average 40% less per pole. Lighter duty and less costly attachment hardware may be used due to lower loading tensions made possible by the lighter weight, gel-free cable design.)
  • Allows up to a 10% greater span length capability (Fortex DT Loose Tube Cable was a Fiber Optic Technology 2003 Tech Award Winner.)
  • Fiber counts up to 144
  • Single polyethylene outer jacket for fast, convenient cable preparation (suitable for distribution and low-voltage applications)
  • Cleaner work environment helps support faster splicing with higher yields
  • Small round profile minimizes wind and ice loading
  • Environmentally-friendly cable helps reduce waste and the need for special cleaning solvents
  • Single cable outer diameter for fiber counts of 2 to 60 for simplified hardware selection and splicing
  • Available with OFS AllWave® Zero Water Peak (ZWP) Single-mode, TrueWave® RS Low Water Peak (LWP) and multimode fibers
  • Highly durable and reliable for short spans including FTTH deployments, distribution networks, direct use in ducts, aerial-to-duct transitions and aerial-to-underground installations
Unit of Measure

Specifications

Applications

N/A ADSS Aerial FTTx

Construction

N/A Loose Tube

Aerial or Underground

N/A Aerial

Dielectric or Metallic

N/A Dielectric

Waterblocking Component

N/A Gel Free

How To Order:

Order From Location

N/A 1 Brightwave Blvd.Carrollton, GA 30117, USA 1-770-798-5555 from outside the USA 1-888-fiberhelp (1-888-342-3743) from inside the USA CARROLLTON LOCATION