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CampusLink™ LT Gel Indoor/Outdoor Fiber Riser with Corrugated Armor

CampusLink Gel Fiber Riser Cable Assemblies w/ Corrugated Armor

Get the extra protection with corrugated armor for demanding or tricky applications. Fiber riser cable is great for long haul applications but can become tricky to install. Indiviaully gell buffered tubes and corrugated armor not only help ease installment but offer superior long term protection in demanding environments where relaibility is critical. dielectric 12-62.5/125 multimode fibers per buffer tube for a combined 48 fibers total consistently deliver 10 GbE at long distances. 

 

 

F DRLTD Blank 12 G6 048 M2
1 - Length Markings 2 - Product  Family 3 - Construction 4 - Fiber Grouping 5 - Fiber Type 6 - Fiber Count 7 - Fiber Grade

 

Choose from a range of single-mode and multi-mode fiber connector options, or order pigtails. You can also specify fiber count (01-96), cable assembly length (001-999), and more.

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CampusLink LT Gel Fiber Riser Cable with Corrugated Armor is for use in indoor-outdoor cable applications. This cable is DRLTD series and OFCR/FT4. The OFCR rating is an identifier that shows this is optical fiber, conductive, riser. The fiber count for this cable is 2 to 144.

 

PART NUMBER CONSTRUCTION for GEL FIBER RISER CABLE WITH CORRUGATED ARMOR

 

1. Length Markings

F = feet

M = meters

 

2. Product Family

Riser/FT4 ⎸Gel Filled Buffer Tubes ⎸OFCR/FT4

  • DRLTD = Indoor/Outdoor Riser Armored (double jacket) OFCR / FT4

 

3. Construction

(blank) = none

AJ = Jacketed Aluminum (use with DRLTB)

SJ = Jacketed Steel (use with DRLTB)

 

4. Fiber Grouping

12 = 12f per unit or tube


 

FIBER INFORMATION

 

5. Fiber Type

Single-Mode

HB = Single-Mode (ITU G.652 C & D) Low Water Peak

ES = Enhanced Single-Mode (ITU G.652 C & D)

CE = Corning™ SMF28e+ Single-Mode

B1 = Bend-Insensitive Single-Mode (ITU G.657.A1 & G.652.D)

B2 = Bend-Insensitive Single-Mode (ITU G.657.A2 & .B2, & G.652.D)

 

Multi-Mode

Wavelength (nm)

Bandwidth (MHz)

1 GbE Dist

(m)

10 GbE Dist (m)

G6 = OM1 (62.5μm)

850/1300

200/500

300/550

33/___

G5 = OM2+ BIF (50μm)

850/1300

700/500

800

150/___

G3 = OM3 BIF (50μm)

850/1300

1500/500

1000

300/___

G4 = OM4 BIF (50μm)

850/1300

3500/500

1100

550/___


 

6. Fiber Count

002 to 144 fibers

For full specs on per fiber count, see fiber optic cable spec table below

 

7. Fiber Grade

 

 

Single-Mode

Attenuation (dB/km)

Wavelength (nm)

Fiber Type

E1 = 0.40/0.40/0.30

1310/1383/1550

HB, ES, or CE

E3 = 0.35/0.35/0.25

1310/1383/1550

HB, ES, B1, B2 or CE
 

 

Multi-Mode

Attenuation (dB/km)

Wavelength (nm)

M2 = 3.5/1.0

850/1300

M3 = 3.0/1.0

850/1300

 

Temperature Range

  • Shipping and Storage: Riser -58°F to +158°F (-50°C to +70°C)
  • Installation: Riser +14°F to +140°F (-10°C to +60°C)
  • Operation:  Riser -58°F to +158°F (-50°C to +70°C)
  • Mechanical Specifications:
    • Maximum installation load: 600 lbf (2670 N)
    • Maximum operation load: 180 lbf (801 N)

 

 

Fiber Count # Buffer Tubes Outer/Inner Layer Fibers per Unit or # of Units Diameter Inches (mm) Cable Weight lb/kft (kg/km) Bend Radius Load Inches (cm) Bend Radius No Load Inches (cm)
2 to 60 5 12 0.63 (16.0) 194 (289) 12.6 (32.0) 6.3 (16.0)
62 to 72 6 12 0.66 (16.8) 209 (311) 13.2 (33.6) 6.6 (16.8)
74 to 84 7 12 0.71 (18.0) 237 (353) 14.2 (36.1) 7.1 (18.1)
86 to 96 8 12 0.74 (18.8) 257 (383) 14.8 (37.6) 7.4 (18.8)
98 to 108 9 12 0.78 (19.8) 285 (424) 15.6 (40.0) 7.8 (19.9)
110 to 120 10 12 0.80 (20.3) 303 (451) 16.0 (40.7) 8.0 (20.4)
122 to 132 11 12 0.84 (21.3) 329 (490) 16.8 (42.7) 8.4 (21.4)
134 to 144 12 12 0.88 (22.4) 358 (533) 17.6 (44.7) 8.8 (22.4)

 

  • Cable damage may occur if installation temperature limits are exceeded; therefore, Prysmian Group recommend storing I/O cables in appropriate temperature conditions ≥ 24 hours prior to placement.*9