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When dealing with Fiber Optics cables, the plethora of available options can certainly be overwhelming. There are just so many types of cables that one could get lost amongst that vast diversity.
When it comes to Fiber Optics, cables tend to come off as the most important piece of equipment. At the end of the day, this item is what makes connections happen. Nonetheless, Fiber Connectors are actually what makes those cables useful. They represent their beginning and their end -and everything in between.
There is a plethora of Fiber Connectors, to the point that it could certainly get daunting for any Telecom professional to decide on a particular connector for FTTH. Even when a Technician can already know what he needs exactly for his installation, there are just so many manufacturers and alternatives worldwide, that getting to that decision gets significantly harder.
SFP+ DAC Cables are a great Telecom solution. But are they able to work at extreme temperatures? In this video we put our BEYONDTECH ® SFP+ DAC Cables to the test!
Fiber Optics Cleaner 101:
Cleaning fiber optic is a subject that has been unfairly overlooked. Since dirty connections are essentially the main cause of problems and failures in Telecom installations, the lack of that practice could translate into negligence.
Video Surveillance is one of those areas where fiber optics cables play a significant role. Its relevance lies in the relatively recent need of data transmission in digital video systems, which have gone through an impressive evolution in terms of resolution, speed and reliability.
Fan Out Kits are very important components in Telecom installations and projects. Their presence is explained by the vast quantity of large cables that these projects usually ask for. In order to ensure proper connections, Fan Out Kits are often needed.
Fiber Optic Patch Panels are typically made of a metal structure that accommodates adapter panels while at the same time leaving space to store the potential excess of long fiber cables. This setup incorporates an array of ports that allows its connection with other types of Telecom equipment that may be placed in further instances of your Optical installation.