Cables usually comprise of two or more wires running side by side or being twisted with one another. When we talk about Multicore Cables, we refer to electrical cables having multiple cores that are typically made of copper wire.
What Is Flexible Muticore Cable?
A flexible Multicore Cable is generally used for wiring in control panels and heavy-duty machines. This type of electrical cable is manufactured using annealed pure copper conductor and outer PVC jacket that may can firmly withstand oil, grease and different types of chemical agents. Continue reading Flexible Multicore Cable
Fiber cabling is the modern-day cabling solution that enables network operators, enterprises and installers to cost-effectively set up a fiber infrastructure. The specialty of Optical Fiber Cables is that they are available in single-mode as well as multimode; thereby, easily fit almost any application at the same time as supporting the scalable bandwidth and the advanced broadband transmission.
The application areas of Optical Fiber Cables include:
* Data centers
* Telecommunications carriers
* CATV and video operators
* Enterprises & government agencies
* Nuclear power generation plants
* Municipalities (federal, state, and local)
The Construction: Filling Compound:
The interstices between the fiber optic unit and the cable are filled using an appropriate compound so as to reject moisture ingress or linear water passage along the Optical Fiber Cable or inside the fiber optic unit. Continue reading A Brief Overview Of Fibre Cabling