Glasfaser - WAN
- Kataloge / Links
- Schränke & Baugruppen
- Fiber Guide
- Glasfasermuffen / LWL Muffen
- FTTH Netzabschluss
- C - Rail
- Pigtails, Patchkabel & Kupplungen
- Break-Out Kabel & IFC
- Wellenlängen Multiplexer (WDM)
- Glasfaser Werkzeuge
- LWL Kabel
Kupfer - WAN
- Mechanische Muffen
- Werkzeug & Zubehör
Datacenter - LAN
- AMP MPOptimate
- AMP MRJ21
- AMP Sigma-Link Quick-Fit System
- AMP TWIST 6AS SL Jack
- AMP TWIST 6S SL Jack
- Core VSM für Cisco Nexus 7010
- RJ-45 System Patchkabel
- Rohr-, Röhrchen-Abdichtsysteme
Single-mode connectorized break-out cable
A break-out cable contains individual fibers (each with kevlar and individual jacketing) together with a strength member which are bundled in an outer jacket. It can be preconnectorized at one or both ends.
Break-out cable is typically used indoors
- between an optical distribution frame and an electronic equipment rack.
- between two electronic equipment racks.
A break-out cable design can offer advantages over standard patchcords because it eliminates the need for a fiberoptic ducting system.
These cables are particularly effective when equipment racks are distributed over a large area (for example several floors in a large building).
The end of the break-out cable behaves like a standard single pigtail. The outer jacket of the cable can be stripped back in the field to offer additional flexibility.
Cables are available with a wide variety of fiber counts and connector types.
They are delivered on a drum to facilitate a fast, safe and easy installation.
All break-out cable assemblies are compatible with the TE Connectivity FIST system.