Fiber Optic Cables
OPGW is a type of fiber optic cable used in high voltage lines. It has high resistance to wind, ice load and pull forces. OPGW cable has two functions. In the first one, it acts like a normal earth wire and protects the line against lightning effects and phase faults. In the other, it meets the communication requirements.
Loose tube design (All Dielectric Self-Supported (ADSS)) It works flawlessly even in the most difficult environmental and electrical conditions. It is designed to provide uninterrupted service even on extra high voltage lines. Qualification and acceptance tests are carried out in various environments to ensure the performance and durability characteristics of the optical cable.
Used in lake or river crossing industrial applications. It is used in outdoor applications and is specially designed to protect the optical fiber from unexpected mechanical or environmental factors.
WTC (World's Highest Density)
Underwater cables have been developed as an alternative to metal conductors for transmission in fiber optic communication systems. The rapid and big change in voice, data and video communication has increased the demand for more economical, high quality and large capacity systems. Microwave (radiolink) systems and satellite systems only bring a temporary relief to the increasing demand. Systems using light as an information carrier have attracted considerable attention lately.
Wide range of coaxial cables typically used in conventional telecommunication infrastructures (approx. Ø 6.5 mm-7 mm).
The most stringent coaxial cable: the situation driven by the Digital Dividend sets some minimum requirements for the rejection of interfering signals (new LTE/4G cell phone services). That is why the shielding of these cables is especially relevant for the final quality of the installation, not forgetting attenuation.
Protecting people is out responsibility: therefore, our cables meet the CPR requirements (Euroclass B2ca to Fca).