Fan Out Kits: What, When & What for?

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.

July 30, 2020 by Beyondtech Team

Fiber Patch Panels: versatile, convenient and important pieces of Telecom equipment


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.

June 30, 2020 by Beyondtech Team

Beyondtech’s Own Fiber Optic Adapters / Couplers: Why?

Fiber optic couplers are components that have been unfairly overlooked in telecom, since they play an essential role in the operation of optical networks. These elements basically enable the coupling of light from one or several input fibers to one or several output fibers.

June 03, 2020 by Beyondtech Team

We are launching a new DAC Series!

DAC BEYONDTECH

Beyondtech is very proud and excited to announce its brand new Series of SFP DAC Cabling with the launch of our 10G SFP+ Direct Attach Cable (DAC): a high-performance, cost-effective and versatile solution for network applications. 

April 07, 2020 by Beyondtech Team

Is my SFP compatible with my connection?

As we already explained in a previous post, DAC’s are basically transmitters of data through ports or line cards in dynamic hardware, like switches and other similar or related network equipment -like servers.

March 30, 2020 by Beyondtech Team

What is a Direct Attach Copper (DAC) Cable?

A Direct Attach Copper link or a DAC link is a Twinax copper cable that firmly links the ports (or line cards) inside a piece of dynamic hardware, such as switches, network equipment, servers or any other type of device that stores -or connects- information.

March 13, 2020 by Beyondtech Team

Why you should care about better fiber optics?

Doing some research online we found this article in the Fhys.org Website, The original article was delivered by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

June 07, 2019 by Beyondtech Team

What You Should Know About LSZH and PVC Jackets

LSZH AND PVC FIBER CABLES

Let us start by talking about LSZH, for starters it stands for Low-Smoke Zero-Halogen, which means it’s made of a non-halogenated material therefore making it flame-retardant the low-smoke part refers to the amount of smoke it generates when burnt. 

November 12, 2018 by Beyondtech Team

The Beyondtech Guide for Fiber Optics Testing (PART III): Toys! or what equipment we need?

The Beyondtech Guide for Fiber Optics Testing (PART III): Toys! or what equipment we need?

The other day I was walking down the street minding my own business when all of a sudden I see this small classroom where kids were having a test, at this moment I couldn’t help but notice one of the kids was scrambling through his backpack trying to find a pencil, and that got me thinking about what equipment we need when testing a Fiber Optics Network.

September 10, 2018 by Beyondtech Team

The Beyondtech Guide for Fiber Optics Testing (PART II): Insertion Loss

The Beyondtech Guide for Fiber Optics Testing (PART II): Insertion Loss

So, you may be walking by the street and stumble on some random Fiber Optic cable somebody lost and now all of a sudden, you’re thinking about Loss or as it is also known “dB Loss”, “attenuation”, as well as “Insertion Loss”.

July 26, 2018 by Beyondtech Team