B-Series Breakout - Mil-Tac Cables

Applications:

  • Ground-tactical cables are ideal for use in harsh environments where deployment and retrieval for reuse is required
  • Ideal for applications that require termination of the subcables to a connector

Features:

  • Extremely strong, lightweight, rugged, survivable tight-buffered cables designed for military tactical field use and commercial applications
  • Polyurethane jacketed for abrasion, cut and chemical resistance
  • Core-locked jacket for improved mechanical performance
  • Breakout cable design with individual color-coded subcables protecting each optical fiber
  • Crush resistant and resilient, with two seperate layers of aramid strength members in the subcables for individual single-fiber connector and termination pin, and overall for termination to multiway connector backshells or other housing
  • Helically stranded cable core for flexibility, deployment survivability and exceptional mechanical protection for the optical fibers
  • Cables have been tested and are in use in military data communications applications worldwide
  • Can be used outdoors for temporary deployment directly on the ground, in all terrains, including severe environments
  • Suitable for industrial, mining and petrochemical environments - chemical resistant
  • Round cable design for easy installation and survivability
  • Ideally suited for use with MIL-C-38999 style military connectors - subcables terminate to individual pins and overall aramid strength member terminates to backshell
  • 2.0 mm subcables standard
  • Tactical Polyurethane (C) outer jacket material is standard. Flame- retardant tactical (V) and Low-Smoke Zero-Halogen (G) outer jacket materials are available
  • Ultra-Fox Plus fiber used for the ultimate environmental and mechanical protection
OCC Provided Options:
  • Mil-Tac cables prespooled on deployable reels for a ready-to-use product
  • Mil-Tac cables can be pre-terminated with single-fiber or ruggedized multichannel connectors upon request
  C Jacket V Jacket G Jacket
Operating Temperature -55°C to +85°C -55°C to +85°C -55°C to +85°C
Storage Temperature -70°C to +85°C -70°C to +85°C -70°C to +85°C
Crush Resistance 440 N/cm 440 N/cm 440 N/cm
Impact Resistance 200 impacts 200 impacts 200 impacts
Flex Resistance 2,000 cycles 2,000 cycles 2,000 cycles
These specifications are subject to change without prior notification.

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