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|Model No.:||GYTS||Type:||Single-mode Fiber|
Coated Steel Tape Outdoor PE GYTS Fiber Optical Single Mode 12 Cords OS2 Outdoor Cable
Mechanical & Environmental Characteristics
|Max. Tensile Load (Short Term)||3000N|
|Max. Tensile Load (Long Term)||1000N|
|Max. Crush Load (Short Term)||3000N/100mm|
|Max Crush Load (Long Term)||1000N/100mm|
|UL Fire Rated||OFNR|
|Operating Temperature||-20°C to +60°C|
|Storage Temperature||-40°C to +85°C|
|Sheath Material||Standard: PE Optional: LSZH or other|
Of all the differences between multimode & singlemode fiber, the most fundamental differences are the
size of the fiber's core and the associated attenuation or loss and bandwidth of the fiber. The smaller the
core diameter, the higher the fiber's bandwidth and the lower the attenuation (loss in dB per kilometer).
The fiber's attenuation and bandwidth are also dependent on wavelength.
Singlemode was for high-speed longdistance transmission and multimode (in either the 50 µm or 62.5 µm
core diameters) was used for lower speed short distance applications. Multimode 50 µm fiber had a lower
cost and higher modal bandwidth than multimode 62.5 µm core fiber. Bandwidth is a measurement of the
data carrying capacity of the fiber. A higher bandwidth fiber carries more data. See table below.