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ADC Krone’s OmniReach cable line allows for tight bend radius

ADC Krone has announced the availability of its OmniReach reduced bend radius multiple dwelling unit (MDU) drop cables for fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) applications.


September 1, 2008  


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ADC Krone has announced the availability of its OmniReach reduced bend radius multiple dwelling unit (MDU) drop cables for fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) applications.

The cables can be bent at a smaller radius than traditional fiber, providing long-term reliability through improved insertion loss (IL) performance for 90-degree bend locations found in MDU environments.

According to the company, they allow for a tight bend radius without compromising the attenuation characteristics of the cable. In addition, the cables deliver the performance required in a typical MDU environment without the higher expense of alternative products designed for MDU applications.

Through the use of standard cabling staples for installation strain relief, technicians are able to quickly secure cables to most surfaces and around tight corners without compromising IL performance.

ADC Kronewww.adckrone.com