4mm Cable 2 Fiber

The 4mm cable is an outdoor waterproof non-metallic cable design. The cable contains a central jell-filled tube with a wrapping of aramid-yarn for tensile strength. The outer sheath is black polyprolylene.

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The 4mm cable is an outdoor waterproof non-metallic cable design. The cable contains a central jell-filled tube with a wrapping of aramid-yarn for tensile strength. The outer sheath is black polyprolylene.

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ID

12022

Features

Outdoor rated
Waterproof
Small in diameter, flexible and lightweight
Can be zipped into VDC or blown into conduits
Durable design

Specifications

Construction:
Test procedures — IEC 60794-1-2
Application — Outside
Strain relief — Yes
Number of fibres — 2
Number of fibres per optical element — 2
Number of cores — 1
Optical Element — Loose tube, gel filled
Fibre type — Single mode
Optical fibre standard — ITU-T G.657.A1
Type of strain relief — Aramid fibre
Material outer sheath — Polypropylene
Colour outer sheath — Black
Characteristics for use:
Halogen free (acc. EN 50267-2-2) — Yes
UV resistant — Yes
Cable metal free — Yes
Outer sheath thickness — 0.25 mm
Outer diameter approx. — 3.9 mm
Nominal Cable Weight — 12kg/km (8 lb/1000 ft)
Bending radius during installation — 55 mm
Bending radius after installation — 45 mm
Bending radius fiber (1 turn acc. to ITU rec.) — 30 mm
Tensile load short term (Tm) — 320 N
Tensile load Long Term (Tl) — 80 N
Technical characteristics:
Storage: -30° to +70°
Installation: -10° to +50° C
Operation: -30° to +70° C
Attenuation @ 1310 nm — 0.36 dB/km
Attenuation @ 1550 nm — 0.21 dB/km
Attenuation @ 1625 nm — 0.24 dB/km
Crush resistance acc. meth.E3A — 1000 N/dm
Impact strength — 4.5 J
Bending stiffness — 0.014 Nm²
Torsion resistance — 1800 °/m
Kink resistance — 40 mm

Applications

This durable cable design is ideal for access networks. The reduced size and flexibility of this cable allows for slack to be stored in a very compact space. The cable can be blown into conduits or zipped into the VDC family of conduits.