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Fiber Optic Cables Edition 2018 HUBER+SUHNER Excellence in Connectivity Solutions

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Optimize your data communication

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Your partner for system solutions HUBER+SUHNER is a leading international producer and supplier of electrical and optical interconnectivity components and systems. Core capabilities in radio frequency, fiber optic and low frequency technology are united under a single roof. HUBER+SUHNER offers a wide range of fibre optical cables, optimized for fix or mobile applications at indoor and outdoor areas. Due to new market demands innovative products are developed and tested according to international standards, which fulfil high mechanical and thermal conditions as well as fire requirements.

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Fiber types/terms and definitions Testing procedure 170 HUBER+SUHNERExcellence in Connectivity Solutions

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Fiber Optic Cables

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HUBER+SUHNER offers a range of different fiber optic cables, that are used in various applications. 1 On ships and offshore platforms 2 On railway infrastructures 3 In machinery and automation 4 In homes FTTH/FITH 5 In office buildings/LAN 6 Cables for antennas (FTTA) 7 In wind turbines and wind farms 8 In technical building, power plants and power transmission stations 9 For mining and construction sites 10 In mobile vehicles and equipment 11 In central offices, data center HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables 7

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Optical characteristics single-mode fiber Conditions Single-mode fibers used for preterminated indoor cable fulfils standard ITU-T G.652.D and ITU-T G.657A1. 11 For cables with semi-tight and tight tubes: 1310 nm < 0.40 dB/km 1550 nm < 0.30 dB/km 1625 nm < 0.50 dB/km HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables

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Geometrical characteristics HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables 9

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Optical characteristics multimode fiber Fiber class 1 With specified fiber parameters for wave length multiplexing between 850 nm and 950 nm. 11 OM3 and OM4 BendOptimised is a HUBER+SUHNER standard 10 HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables

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Geometrical characteristics a...a) specifies fibers with traditional macrobend loss performance levels; the suffix "b" (A! a...b) specifies fibers with enhanced macrobend loss performance levels. HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables 11

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Optical characteristics multimode fiber Fiber class 12 HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables

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Geometrical characteristics HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables 13

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Optical characteristics multimode step index fiber (HCS) 14 HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables

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Terms and definitions CH-tube (semi-tight tube) without jelly 0.9 mm Standard tube for pigtails CW-tube (semi-tight tube) jelly-filled 0.9 mm Standard tube for simplex, duplex and breakout cables tube Ø 0.9 mm coloured fiber 250 µm dry tube Ø 0.9 mm fiber 245 µm jelly filling Features • Easiest stripping up to 2 m • No cleaning (jelly free) • No memory effect • High kink resistance Features • Easiest stripping up to 1 m • Good thermal and mechanical features • High flexibility • Small bending radius F-tube (tight tube) 0.9 mm For various cable designs, e.g. riser, drag chain tube Ø 0.9 mm...

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ble jackets. Properties and resistance for cables cannot be Information given in this table is based on plastic materials used for ca derived from it. 1) This information is meant as decision guidance to the best of our today's knowledge, it is based on typical values. The resistance of cables has to be verified due to the wide variety of oils and fuels. 2) Depending on the cable design different types of LSFH™ materials are used for the cable jacket. 3) The UV resistance depends highly on the colour of the plastic used, black offers the best resistance. 16 HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables

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Colour code for fiber according to standard Semi-tight tubes 0.9 mm according to HUBER+SUHNER 4) E9/125 G50/125 G62/125 G50/125 OM3 G50/125 OM4 G50/125 OM5 1) H+S standard, unless otherwise specified 4) Standard, unless otherwise specified HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables 17

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total number of optical fibers in cable, always indicated with two or three digits single-mode fiber low bend 9/125/245 pm A2 ringle-mode fiber low bend 9/125/245 pm A3 semi-tight tube 0.9 mm, jelly-filled ; tube, jelly free - dry block 0 2.80 m ; tube, jelly free - dry block 0 2.20 m ; tube, jelly-filled ; tube, jelly-free strain relief for each separate optical fiber central strength member, non-metallic de-centralized strength member, non-metallic strain-relief, non-metallic (aramide glass roving for strain relief/rodent protection steel wire armouring outer jacket material LSFH™ outer...

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Rules • For cables where each 0.6 or 0.9 mm tube is individually strain relieved (code = J) , the termination diameter is specified. For cables where all tubes have a common strain relief (code = ZN or ZNG) the cable diameter is specified. By individual and common strain relief in the same cable, the termination diameter gets specified. • The fiber colour is only indicated if not standard • All options follow the basic code : basic key - 1st - 2nd - 3rd - 4th - 5th option • The cable code has no spaces • Items not used are left out classes please see under section "Fiber types" Fiber and...

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20 HUBER+SUHNER Fiber Optic Cables

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Conformity and certificate RoHS conformity The HUBER+SUHNER companies aim to comply with all relevant legal requirements at all time. This also holds true for the European Union Directive 2011/65/EU restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment commonly referred to as the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive or RoHS. We are proud to state that we are able to supply components fully compliant with the RoHS directive. This directive restricts the use of six hazardous materials: Lead (Pb), Mercury (Hg), Cadmium (Cd), hexavalent Chromium...

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Test procedures Tensile performance Examines the behaviour of the attenuation and/or the fiber elongation strain as a function of the load on a cable design which may occur during installation (short term load or maximum specified load for the cable) and operation (long term load). This method is intended to be non-destructive. Standards: IEC 60794-1-21 E1 (former IEC 60794-1-2 E1) Crush resistance Examines the ability of an optical fiber cable to withstand crushing (transverse compression load) for long term (operation) and for short term (installation) loads. The load is uniformly applied...

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