Camplex Introduces Armored Fiber Patch Cables

Camplex is now shipping a new line of armored fiber optic patch cables that feature bend insensitive fiber for flexibility and a stainless-steel tube that is wrapped around the fibers for durability.

Camplex said the riser-rated cables with a flame retardant PVC jacket are moisture, crush and rodent-resistant while maintaining the flexibility found in standard fiber optic cables.

Lightweight and easy to handle, Camplex armored patch cables are designed for intrabuilding applications that require long-term, reliable protection such as data centers and patching backbone trunks to high-speed network devices.

Available as simplex and duplex with singlemode, OM4 multimode or OM1 multimode fiber and LC and ST connector configurations in one to 10-meter lengths. 

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