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Fiber Optic Cable Flame Resistant Levels

Fiber optic cables are used in a wide variety of applications, including telecommunications, data networking, and security systems. In some of these applications, it is important for the cables to be flame resistant. This is because a fire can cause significant damage to a building and its occupants, and flame resistant cables can help to…

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Fusion splice vs. Mechanical splice

Fusion Splicing vs. Mechanical Splicing Fiber optic splicing is the process of joining two optical fibers together. There are two main types of fiber optic splicing: fusion splicing and mechanical splicing. Fusion Splicing Fusion splicing is the most common type of fiber optic splicing. In fusion splicing, the two fibers are joined by melting them…

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