D-Series Distribution - Field Broadcast Cables

Applications:

  • Deployable cable that is ideal for use in harsh environments where deployment and retrieval for reuse are required

Features:

  • Extremely strong, lightweight, rugged, survivable tight-buffered cables are designed for broadcast field use and commercial applications
  • Compact, round cable design for ease of transportation and deployment
  • Core-locked jacket for improved mechanical performance
  • Designed for use in adverse environments where reduced size and weight are important
  • Helically stranded cable core for flexibility, survival in difficult pulls, and exceptional mechanical protection for the optical fibers
  • Cables have been tested and are in use in broadcast 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
  • Crush resistant and resilient with a thick layer of aramid strength members
  • Polyurethane jacketed for abrasion, cut and chemical resistance
  • Most commonly used with ruggedized multiway military tactical field connectors, for maximum connector retention (400lbs.)
  • Tactical Polyurethane (C) outer jacket materials is standard; Flame-Retardant Tactical (V) and Low-Smoke Zero-Halogen (G) outer jacket materials are available
OCC Provided Options:
  • Broadcast cables pre-spooled on deployable reels for a ready-to-use product
  • Broadcast cables can be pre-terminated with single-fiber or ruggedized multichannel connectors upon request
  C Jacket V Jacket G Jacket
Operating Temperature -40°C to +85°C -40°C to +85°C -40°C to +85°C
Storage Temperature -70°C to +85°C -70°C to +85°C -70°C to +85°C
Crush Resistance 1,800 N/cm 1,800 N/cm 1,800 N/cm
Impact Resistance 1,500 impacts 1,500 impacts 1,500 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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