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1. Product introduction:

Leather cable is commonly known as indoor suspension wiring cable. With the domestic optical fiber access market showing a good momentum of development, optical fiber access has become a hot spot in the field of optical communications. In the optical fiber access project, the indoor wiring close to the user is a complicated link. The bending performance and tensile performance of traditional indoor optical cables cannot meet the requirements of FTTH (fiber-to-the-home) indoor wiring. The access network uses a dish cable (for indoor wiring), where the optical communication unit (optical fiber) is centered, and two parallel non-metallic strength members (FRP) or metal strength members are placed on both sides to extrude black or colored poly vinyl chloride. (PVC) or LSZH material (LSZH, LSZH, flame retardant) sheath.

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2. Structural characteristics of leather cable

1. Butterfly optical cable is divided into indoor and indoor (indoor) and outdoor. The prices of the two are quite different. The price of the outdoor type is about twice that of the indoor type. The price factor should be considered when making a specific design plan. Usually, Ordinary optical cables (GYTA-G652D) are still used outdoors, and indoor butterfly optical cables are used indoors, and the two are transitioned through fiber distribution boxes or splice boxes.

2. The butterfly optical cable has the characteristics of small curvature radius, light weight, relatively good bending resistance, easy fixing, and easy termination in the 86 terminal box.

3. There are two forms of butterfly fiber optic cable: non-metallic strengthening member and metal strengthening member. Considering the factors of lightning protection and anti-strong electric interference, the butterfly cable with non-metallic strengthening member should be used indoors.

4. Indoor butterfly optical cables have specifications such as 1 core, 2 cores, 3 cores, and 4 cores. Residential users should use single-core cables to access butterfly optical cables; business users can access butterfly optical cables according to 2–4 Core cable design.