Camplex Brings Out Lower Cost Lightweight Fiber Cables For Broadcast

US maker of broadcast fiber optic cable Camplex has introduced lightweight options for patching, device interconnection, field production, and permanent installations, designed to lower costs while including rugged features for field operation.

The Camplex LT series of compact, lightweight fiber cables are designed for patching, device interconnection and field production, as well as ongoing operation in data centers.

Incorporating rugged cable retention and pull-proof design for repeated mating, these cables are flexible and crush resistant for indoor and outdoor installation in areas with limited space. Available in 2 or 4 channels, single mode or multimode, with LC, SC, or ST configurations in a variety of lengths as well as pre-spooled on reels.

Part of Tower Products Incorporated, Camplex opened its fiber manufacturing facility in Saugerties, New York, in 2013. Since then it has become a leading broadcast industry manufacturer of fiber solutions and fiber termination services for the Broadcast, Pro-Audio and Pro-AV markets. Products include custom opticalCON, tactical, SMPTE, plenum, and hybrid fiber cables in a COCA (Certified opticalCON Cable Assembler certified and LEMO and Canare trained fiber facility.

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