Fiber bundle air-blown microcable (GYCFSY)

The GYCFSY microcable structure is a structure in which a single mode optical fiber or a multimode optical fiber is placed in a tube made of UV curable resin material, and the tube is filled with a waterproof compound. At the center of the cable core is a non-metallic reinforced core (FRP), for certain number of cores, the non-metallic reinforced core is extruded with a layer of polyethylene (PE). The tube (and filler rope) is twisted around the central reinforcing core to form a compact circular cable core, the gaps in the cable core are filled with water blocking filler, and the polyethylene outer layer is finally extruded to form the cable.

Product standards

GYCFSY optical cable complies with YD/T 1460.4 and IEC 60794-1 standards.

Product features

• Small diameter, light weight, moderate hardness, suitable for air blowing laying

• Fiber density is high, making full use of pipe hole resources

• Micro cable air blowing speed of 30-70 m/min, and one air blowing distance of 1200 m, cable layout efficiency is high

• The cable can be blown in batches with the growth of communication business volume, and the investment is carried out step by step to reduce the initial investment

• The micro cable can be blown out to facilitate the replacement of new optical fiber and cable in the future. Stay ahead in technology

• Suitable for construction in crowded METROPOLITAN area network pipelines, avoiding destructive excavations in the past, and no longer having to pay high fees for laying rights

• Suitable for backbone network, metropolitan area network and access network applications

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