D-Series Distribution - MSHA-Rated Deployable Cables

Applications:

  • Can be installed in locations that require compliance with MSHA's Part 7, Subpart K of Title 30 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) signal cables
  • Suitable for temporary deployment and retrieval applications

Features:

  • Most rugged, high-strength cable design
  • Excellent for use in deployment/retrieval applications
  • Designed for use in adverse environments
  • Core-locked jacket for improved mechanical performance
  • Helically stranded cable core for flexibility, survival in difficult pulls, and mechanical protection for the optical fibers
  • Crush-resistant and resilient with additional strength members
  • Exceptional crush and impact resistance, flexibility, deployment/retrieval, twist temperature, chemical resistance from the cable jacket, strength members, and fiber buffer coatings
  • UV resistant, water and fungus resistant
  • Multiple 900 µm tight-buffered fibers stranded with common strength members within a tight-bound outer jacket
  • Ideal distribution cable configuration for most demanding applications - crush, impact, twist, bend, flex continuous movement, deployment/retrieval, etc.
  • Flame-retardant - MSHA approved to Part 7, Subpart K of Title 30 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
OCC Provided Options:
  • Mil-Tac Style MSHA cables can be pre-spooled on deployable reels for ready-to-use product
  • Mil-Tac Style MSHA cables can be pre-terminated with single-fiber or ruggedized with multi-channel connectors upon request
  Mil-Tac Mining Cables
Operating Temperature -40°C to +85°C
Storage Temperature -70°C to +85°C
Flame Retardancy MSHA- approved 30CFR 7.408 Signal Cable
Crush Resistance 1,800 N/cm
Impact Resistance 1500 impacts
Flex Resistance 2,000 cycles
These specifications are subject to change without prior notification.

OCC's D-Series Distribution MSHA-rated deployable cables meet the functional requirements of the following standards:

  • MSHA Approved 30CFR 7.408 Signal Cables
  • Part 7, Subpart K of Title 30 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)

  • TIA-568
  • TIA-598

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