Troy firm rolls out new fiber optic cable assemblies

Troy—NAI, a manufacturer of connectivity products for the manufacturing, telecom, data and medical industries, has introduced a series of new fiber optic cable harnesses designed specifically for hyperscale computing in data centers.

The fiber optic cables are pre-terminated at one end with LC or MPO connectors, although customers can specify any fiber optic connector. The harness is then spooled onto a crate reel at customer-specified lengths. NAI recommends a minimum length of 50 feet, and the length limit is generally defined by the reel dimensions needed for safe handling and transportation.

The pre-terminated end solution reduces field terminations and eases installation, especially in cramped data centers.

NAI currently offers the following assemblies and fiber counts:

288F – 288 fibers

576F – 576 fibers

1,728F – 1,728 fibers

3,546F – 3,456 fibers (most recent capability added)

The pliable single mode ribbon cable is OFNR Riser rated and ideal for high density space requirements. A flame-retardant PVC sheath provides a rugged, yet flexible, cable for indoor riser applications. The UV acrylate coated fibers are color coded per TIA-359 and TIA-598. Each fiber ribbon consists of 12 primary fibers aligned in parallel. The ribbon is intermittently separated for pliability. All ribbons are placed in a single, non-filled, flame retardant PVC buffer tube. A cable sheath covers the buffer tube and consists of a layer of fiberglass yarns and a layer of rigid FRP strength elements for tensile strength required for installation and service loads. The PVC jacket is colored yellow for Single Mode designation.

For more detailed cable and connector specifications, visit www.nai-group.com.

Established in 1993, NAI offers fiber optic and copper cable assemblies used in  wide variety of industries.

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