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OFS offers a series of "all dry" cables for FTTx deployments in the distribution network. These cables are configured with the AllWave® FLEX ZWP or AllWave® ZWP Fiber to minimize loss performance over all wavelengths.

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AccuRibbon® DC Cable N/A AccuRibbon® DC Cable N/A Duct FTTx N/A
  • Totally gel-free fiber optic cable design for cleaner, faster installations
  • A significantly lighter weight cable for faster and easier cable deployment
  • AccuRibbon core maximizes optical fibers per duct and supports mass-fusion splicing
  • Metallic and dielectric sheath options support lashed aerial direct buried, and duct installations
  • Deploy up to 432 optical fibers in a one-inch ID duct
  • RDUP (formerly RUS) listed; compliant with ANSI/ICEA, Telcordia Technologies, and IEC specifications for reliable performance
  • Avaialble with OFS AllWave® Zero Water Peak (ZWP) Single-Mode Optical Fiber, as well as TrueWave® RS Low Water Peak (LWP) Single-Mode Optical Fibers
AccuRibbon® DuctSaver® FX Cable N/A AccuRibbon® DuctSaver® FX Cable N/A Duct FTTx N/A
  • Specifically designed for air-blown microduct installations
  • HDPE jacket improves friction coefficiency to optimize air-blown deployment performance
  • AccuRibbon cable core supports mass fusion splicing
  • All-dielectric construction provides safer cable installation and maintenance
  • Compliant with ICEA, Telcordia, and IEC specifications for reliable performance
  • Standard with OFS AllWave® Zero Water Peak (ZWP) Single-Mode Fiber
AllWave® + ZWP Fiber N/A AllWave® + ZWP Fiber N/A Campus Backbones FTTx Local Access Long Haul Metro Access Metro Edge Mobile backhaul N/A
  • Low optical loss across the entire 1260-1625 nm spectrum
  • 50% greater usable spectrum than conventional single-mode fiber
  • Reduced bend loss across the bend-sensitive 1460-1625 nm S, C and L Bands
  • Industry's tightest geometric control for ultra-low splice loss and improved connector performance
  • High purity synthetic silica for long-term attenuation stability and mechanical reliability
  • Ultra-low fiber PMD for speed and distance upgrades
AllWave® FLEX ZWP Fiber N/A AllWave® FLEX ZWP Fiber N/A Analog Video Any application with transmission speeds of 40 Gb/s and beyond At the customer premises Closures Drop Cables Field management/storage apparatus located throughout the network FTTx High-Power Applications Microcables The Central Office N/A
  • Improved bend performance saves space, time and money even for L-Band wavelengths up to 1625 nm
  • ZWP Fiber for 50% increase in usable optical spectrum enables 16-channel CWDM and DWDM support
  • Coiled into a 10 mm radius loop, fiber incurs loss of < 0.5 dB at 1625 nm and < 0.2 dB at 1550 nm
  • Easier to install, handle and store in space-constrained applications
  • Tight geometry for very low splice loss and improved connector performance
AllWave® Zero Water Peak (ZWP) Fiber N/A AllWave® Zero Water Peak (ZWP) Fiber N/A Campus Backbones FTTx Local Access Long Haul Metro Access Metro Edge N/A
  • 50% increase in usable optical spectrum enables 16-channel CWDM and DWDM support
  • Minimizes attenuation across the full wavelength spectrum and provides low, stable loss in the 1400 nm band
  • Ultra-low PMD allows speed and distance upgrades
  • Macrobend performance superior to the G.652.D standard
  • Long-term attenuation reliability by using high-purity synthetic silica
Fortex™ DT Cable N/A Fortex™ DT Cable N/A Aerial Duct Fast Installation N/A
  • Totally gel-free fiber optic cable design for cleaner, faster installations
  • Easy to handle and install
  • Highly durable and reliable for duct and lashed aerial installations (including duct-to-lashed aerial) as well as general OSP installations
  • Smaller, more flexible buffer tubes for easier installation and routing
  • Optical fiber counts to 288
  • RDUP (formerly RUS) listed and compliant with ANSI/ICEA, Telcordia, and IEC specifications for reliable performance
  • Available with OFS AllWave® Zero Water Peak (ZWP) Single-Mode Optical Fiber, TrueWave® RS LWP Single-Mode Optical Fiber, and multimode optical fibers
  • Light Armor and Armored Versions provide added protection from rodent attack
MiDia® FX PLUS Cable N/A MiDia® FX PLUS Cable N/A Duct FTTx N/A
  • Optimized for air-blown, microduct installations, including networks in heavily congested metropolitan areas
  • Lower deployment costs with fast and easy installation
  • Reduced diameter and high fiber density ratio maximize capacity in limited spaces
  • Deferred build costs with fiber deployed only as needed
  • DryBlock design for quicker, cleaner cable preparation for jointing
  • Meets Telcordia Technologies GR-20 standards for environmental and mechanical performance
  • 300 pound/1335 nm Maximum Rated Cable Load (MRCL)
  • Available with OFS application-specific fibers, including AllWave® Zero Water Peak (ZWP) Single-Mode Fiber, TrueWave® RS Low Water Peak (LWP) Single-Mode Fiber and Multimode Fibers
PowerGuide® ShortSpan DT Cable N/A PowerGuide® ShortSpan DT Cable N/A ADSS Aerial FTTx N/A
  • 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)
  • Lighter weight, dry cable helps cut cable end preparation time
  • Enables significant cost savings from the use of less costly attachment hardware
  • Allows up to a 10% greater span length capability
  • 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
PowerGuide® TTH Cable N/A PowerGuide® TTH Cable N/A ADSS Drop FTTx N/A
  • Excellent, cost-effective alternative for short aerial cable spans and FTTH applications
  • Lightweight and easy to handle and install for duct and aerial use
  • Single, durable PE jacket for fast and convenient cable preparation
  • Fiber counts up to 30
  • Small nominal cable diameter and bend radius for easy deployment in aerial-to-underground installations
  • All-dielectric construction with a maximum of six fibers per buffer tube
  • RDUP (formerly RUS) listed
  • Available with AllWave® ZWP and AllWave® FLEX ZWP Single-Mode Fiber, TrueWave® RS LWP Single-Mode Fiber and Multimode Fibers
S178 Fusion Splicer N/A S178 Fusion Splicer N/A Backbone Data center Enterprise FTTx LAN Long Haul OEM N/A
  • Internal Battery Charging
  • Illumination lamp lights
  • User-friendly LCD display
  • Displays immediate results
  • Rugged and compact handheld design
  • Fast splicing and fast heating
  • 200 cycles
  • Available for all METRO/LAN/FTTx fibers
  • Splicer is compatible with the OFS, Diamond, and Seikoh Giken Splice-on-Connectors (SOC)
  • Easy maintenance
  • Easy software upgrade
  • Easily exchanged fiber holder systems
  • PC interface software
  • Auto-start
  • Improved Graphical User Interface (GUI)
  • Simplified splicer and heater
  • Large memory
  • RoHS compliant
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