Corning Cable Systems Introduces New Tactical Cable
Jan 24, 2007 8:00 AM
Corning Cable Systems has introduced its new LANscape Solutions Tactical Cable. The cable is ideal for routing in all environments or conditions between buildings and modular telecommunications gear for secure and dependable communications, data or video.
The cable uses 900µm buffered fiber surrounded by dielectric strength members and protected by a rugged yet flexible polyurethane outer jacket. The jacket provides superior environmental and mechanical protection, and the cable’s small diameter and bend radius allows easy installation in space-constrained areas.
Tactical cable can be deployed in a variety of applications, including tactical deployments for temporary or permanent communications systems, military mobile telecommunication systems for deployments between modular systems, and harsh and industrial environments with extreme environmental conditions such as abrasive atmospheres, chemicals, and high crush environments. The cable is also ideal for use in broadcast video applications for temporary setups at events, and traffic and video control applications for optical feeds in rugged or harsh environments.
The cable’s flexibility facilitates its deployment and retraction onto a reel. The TBII buffered fibers enable easy and consistent stripping and field terminations, and the all-dielectric cable construction requires no grounding or bonding. Corning Cable Systems Tactical Cable is designed to the criteria of MLF-PRF-85045F and MIL-PRF-85045F/8A.
For more information, visit www.corningcablesystems.com.
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