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Be ready for the future: Draka Datacom Solution
Modern networks face stiff demands. They must be fast and reliable, resist fire
and not interfere with other equipment.
UCFIBRE
Optical Fibre Cable –
a fast, reliable and always
available part of the
Draka Datacom Solution
Who is Draka Communications?
Draka Communications — a member of Draka Holding N.V. located in Amsterdam —
offers a versatile and reliable range of copper and optical fibre cables for the
transmission in the data and telecommunication industry.
Our long-lasting expertise in cable and fibre business has been the basis for us
holding a major market position today. Draka Communications is located in more
than 30 countries in Europe, Asia, North America and South America.
For many decades, we have been designing,
ever it is a question of professional and
developing, manufacturing and selling a
undisturbed data, voice, audio and video
variety of high-quality copper and optical fibre
transmission.
cables in order to offer you cable solutions
The range of UCFIBRE as described in this
for present and future challenges – let it
brochure has been designed for data
be standard product or tailor-made special
transmission and offers a high-capacity and
cables.
flexible cable concept with best future
In the communication infrastructure, our
prospects to our customers from within the
well proven products are always in use wher-
industry, trade and service sector.
How can we help you build your network?
Value Innovation is a way of looking at the
world. By combining market insight with
technological know-how and building strong,
long-lasting relationships, we add value to
your business with advanced communication
solutions and services that are designed to
last. No matter how complex your challenge,
we have a product or solution that will do
more than meet your needs. New applications,
breakthrough cables or complete networkdesigns - it's all part of what we call Value
Innovation, and it's what drives us.
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Application of UCFIBRE
LAN
When it comes to data transmission cables,
designed to meet the requirements of all
more and more users decide for fibre tech-
structural levels of local networks — you are
nology. It is the undisputed number one in
on the safe side for the future.
today’s Local Area Networks (LAN) –
structured cabling in campus and riser net-
Transmission rates are developing exponen-
works. There is a trend to Fibre-to-the-desk,
tially. New transmission protocols follow
e.g. optical fibre cables in horizontal
in ever shorter periods of time. The present
networks.
standard is 10 Gigabit Ethernet with ten billion
bits per second (10Gbit/s). With its outstan-
The decision to use either fibre optic or
ding transmission performance, fibre optic
copper data cables as an ideal solution for
cables of Draka Communications provide
horizontal networks depends on many factors
the ideal basis for the application of future
like application environment, previous net-
transmission protocols.
work basis and future needs.
Whatever you decide for, with fibre optic
data cables of the UCFIBRE series — specifically
horizontal cable (FTTD)
horizontal distributor
office 1
office 2
building service riser for cables
building distributor
WAN access point
campus distributor
campus backbone cable
building backbone cable
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Data Centre
Every data centre is a unique structure. There are various segments of different
requirements which need to be understood before creating any solution.
Data centre backbones are already
technology that is also part of the 40 Gigabit
This fibre technology is available in Draka
equipped with optical fibre technology. It is
Ethernet and likewise 100GbE development
cable designs to meet the specific needs of
state-of-the-art and offers lowest attenuation
program, which will be based on multi lane
data centre infrastructures, let it be a single
at highest data rates which is a prerequisite
structures of OM3 channel links. A data
core cable or the popular shotgun cable
for backbone data links. With data centres it
centre backbone in OM3 can therefore be
design with figure-8 shape, the break-out
forms one of the most demanded components
easily expanded to the Next Generation
cable for multiple fan outs or loose tube cable
due to the highly aggregated data traffic
Ethernet and secures investments for a
design with high fibre counts for trunk lines.
there.
longer pack-off time.
As soon as 10 Gigabit Ethernet comes to the
Draka’s patented PCVD fibre manufacturing
fibre connector, which requires small cables
capable of 10GbE to link between Access and
technology enables high-precision refractive
to fit the planar structure of its fibre
Distribution level turns into a real bottleneck.
index profiles which are the key to laser
management as well as its outer dimensions.
Despite the fact that copper data cables are
launched high-speed links. This makes the
Draka’s specifically designed MPO cable is
capable of covering a distance of up to 100m
difference between MaxCap300 exceeding
made for interconnects of 40GBase-SR4
at 10Gbit/s, the preference in this place
by far OM3 specifications and traditional
channels which is one of the next options
should be laser optimized multimode fibre
multimode fibres like OM1 and OM2.
into a data centre’s infrastructure of the
according to OM3 specification. Today’s
recommendation is clearly to take this future
proof solution which is the only short-link
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More and more in use is the MPO-style optical
agenda at Client level, a data centre backbone
future.
Industry
Ethernet – the classic office application –
Ethernet Applications at 850 nm
is increasingly accepted also in industrial
OM4* MaxCap 550
50 µm 10G / 550m
automation. In addition to bus solutions still
to be encountered, Ethernet makes it possible
40Gb/s
to manage communication. It is possible to
(40GBASE-SR4)
selectively access every single point in the
10Gb/s
network which makes adjustments and
(10GBASE-SR)
modifications much easier and in the end
OM3 MaxCap 300
50 µm 10G / 300m
OM2 50 µm
500 / 500 MHz.km
OM1 62.5 µm
200 / 500 MHz.km
300 m**
100 m
-
-
550 m
300 m
86 m
33 m
1100 m
900 m
550 m
275 m
1Gb/s
(1000BASE-SX)
leads to a reduction of idle times and an
Table 1: Ethernet applications and permissible channel lengths with MaxCap multimode fibre
increase in productivity.
FIBRE
Fibre optic cables of series UC
are the
*)
=
draft IEC standard
**)
=
future IEEE work item
first choice for Ethernet in a rough industrial
environment. Here the cables prove their
superiority as to mechanical, chemical and
climatic capacity – and, of course, you don’t
have to care about electromagnetic interferences.
International Standards
ISO/IEC 11801 (2002)
Generic cabling for customer premises
ISO/IEC 24702 (2005)
Generic cabling systems – Industrial premises
ISO/IEC 15018 (2005)
Generic cabling systems – Residential premises
Class
European Standards
EN 50173-1 Generic cabling systems
- General requirements
Mechanical
M1
M2
M3
Chemical
I1
I2
I3
Climatic
C1
C1
C1
Electromagnetic
E1
E2
E3
EN 50173-2 Generic cabling systems
- Office premises
EN 50173-3 Generic cabling systems
- Industrial premises
EN 50173-4 Generic cabling systems
- Residential premises
EN 50173-5 Generic cabling systems
- Data centres
Mice Matrix
MICE is the heading under which the demands for wiring are covered in standardization.
Herewith a set of requirements is defined which consists of mechanical (M), chemical
ingress (I), climatic (C) and electromagnetic (E) components. These requirements
address different environments which are distinguished in three classes:
Office, Light Industry, Heavy Industry
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Optical fibre principle
Utmost accuracy during the manufacturing process — this is the “secret” of a
high-capacity optical fibre. Only top quality permits an optimum data transmission
— especially in the new high-speed networks. The necessary processes such as
the plasma-activated deposition (PCVD) require state-of-the-art manufacturing
techniques as well as a special know-how of our employees.
Sophisticated PCVD process
Primary coating
This fibre coating can easily be removed
It is the highly accurate process of the so-
The fibre coating consists of a double layer
over a wide range of ambient temperatures.
called plasma-activated deposition (PCVD)
of UV cured acrylate of type DLPC9.
that makes our fibre optic cable exceptionally
No coating residues will be left on the fibre
after removal.
proven for future requirements.
Beside the perfect performance of fibres
Transmission protocols like 10 Gigabit
with this coating in unit cores, also an easy
All fibres coated with DLPC9 show extremely
Ethernet require fibre qualities that also work
application in cable cores with central
good parameters regarding mechanical
under laser launch. For this purpose, the
tubes has been considered. Thus the micro-
strains. This allows the safe application of
dispersion needs to be minimized over the
bending properties have been improved in
these optical fibres also in a rough
whole diameter of the fibre. This is expressed
an elegant way.
environment.
by the term Differential Mode Delay (DMD)
and is best achieved by the PCVD process
which is, of course, applied to all fibres of
series UCFIBRE.
The PCVD process
requires clean-room conditions: Thousands
of thin glass layers are applied to the inner
surface of a silica glass tube. The individual
layers slightly differ from each other due to
the varying percentage of germanium dioxide
in the surrounding silica glass, thus creating
the desired refraction index.
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Fibre designs
Users of fibre technology have the choice
between multimode (MM) fibres with a big
optical core and singlemode (SM) fibres
with a very small core where only one single
“light beam“ can propagate.
Graded index fibre(GI)
Single-mode fibre(E)
Application strengths
Compared to multimode fibres, singlemode fibres have excellent transmission
properties. However, its use requires more
demanding transmission elements as well
as narrow tolerance connecting components. Due to their strengths, multimode
fibres are therefore mainly applied in local
networks where short lengths dominate.
However, in broadband access networks,
for long distances and especially in telecom
transmission networks, only singlemode
fibres are applied.
Grade-index profile
Step-index profile
A multimode fibre must have a refraction
Compared to other light waves, there
index with a gradient profile. Only by
are no delay skews with singlemode
this way the different light beams will
fibres. Decisive for transmission
arrive at the receiver in sequence.
bandwidth are rather material-related
Otherwise, the modal dispersion would
dispersion mechanisms. A typical value
impede the safe separation of quickly
for the band width is 10GHz/km.
succeeding pulses. The longer the fibre
Singlemode fibres enable wavelength
length, the stronger this effect is.
ranges with the lowest attenuation at
Therefore, every fibre is characterized
1550 nm and beyond this up to 1625 nm.
by a specific length limit. High-quality
optical fibres have a high length limit.
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HighCap Access — MAXCAP 550TM
Even with long distances, UCFIBRE cables have a low attenuation and a high bandwidth. They ensure an excellent transmission potential for dynamic data networks. Also the other advantages are convincing: maximum link distances for
a cost-effective design of the central network management, no electromagnetic
interference, no crosstalk, safe potential separation and increased tap proof.
Fibre bandwidth
tion arrives at the receiver. The attenuation
The cost-effective 10 Gbit Ethernet at 850nm
Fibre optic cables of Draka Comteq set
curve of a fibre optic cable looks like a roller
is ideally supported by MaxCap 300TM, the
standards with regard to bandwidth. The
coaster. This strange curve is due to reso-
high-quality OM3 multimode fibre of the well
decisive performance criterion of a multi-
nance, dispersion and absorption in the glass.
proven PCVD process.
mode fibre is the modal bandwidth. The
Areas showing a particularly low attenuation
more the bandwidth decreases the more
are called „optical windows“. Therefore, fibre
The OM3+ Highend fibre MaxCap 550TM offers
the fibre length increases. This is mainly
optic data cables are optimized for these
optimal prospects for the future. Without
due to the different dispersion ways of the
wavelength ranges.
re-installations, idle times and additional
light which lead to mode dispersion. This
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investments, it makes distances possible
mode dispersion again results in a pulse
Maximum link distances due to
which allow the change to the next faster
expansion and limits the pulse rate. If the
laser-optimized fibres
transmission protocol by using the existing
pulses are no longer separable, no signal
For the application in new high-speed net-
network structure on the same infrastructure.
identification is possible. Therefore Draka
work protocols with 1 Gbit Ethernet, our
It does not matter whether it concerns the
only applies fibres characterized by a mini-
fibre optic cables have been laser-optimized
frequently used applications with light emit-
TM
mum pulse expansion.
— as documented by the HiCap certificate.
ting diodes (LED) or new processes on the
At a wavelength of 1310 nm, they enable a
basis of VCSE lasers or the high-quality
Fibre attenuation
distance of 2000 m which is twice as much
Fabry-Perot lasers for backbone applications
The lower the attenuation the more informa-
as proposed by the IEEE.
with highest data rates of up to 10 Gigabits/s.
Draka’s MaxCap 550TM blue print for new
Still permanent growth
OM4 standard:
100 Gbit/s
/
/s
OM4 multimode fibre is ideal for 10G link
10GBase-T
applications requiring a higher power bud10 Gbit/s
/
/s
get, for example when more connectors are
ATM UNI
required, which is the case in Data Centres.
FC
1 Gbit/s
/
/s
1000BaseT
They are also perfect for 10G applications
future proof, especially for 40 Gb/s and
100 Gb/s Ethernet solutions.
These new system applications are currently
Transmission rate
(up to 550 meters). Finally, OM4 fibres are
FDDI
100 Mbit/s
/
/s
requiring a longer distance than 300 meters
100BaseTX
Ethernet
ATM
10 Mbit/s
/
/s
Token Ring
IBM 3270
1 Mbit/s
/
/s
100 Kbit/s
/
/s
V.11(RS422)
under development by IEEE802.3ba, where
10 Kbit/s
/
/s
an extended distance version is considered
up to 250 meters using OM4 multimode
V.24(RS232)
1 Kbit/s
/
/s
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fibre above the currently agreed 100 meters.
1970
1980
1990
2000
2010
In addition, Fibre Channel is considering
using OM4 multimode fibre for its future
high speed solutions.
Ethernet applications
at 850 nm
The evolution of fibre optic technology
Ethernet applications
at 1300 nm
100Base
SX
1000Base
SX
10GBase
SR
100Base
SX
1000Base
LX
10GBase
LX4
Standard
62,5 um
200/600 MHz.km
300 m
275 m
35 m
2000 m
550 m
300 m
as they steadily progress towards 10Gb/s
OM2
Premium
50 um
600/1200 MHz.km
300 m
550 m
86 m
2000 m
550 m
300 m
applications and upwards to 40Gb/s and
OM1+
HiCap
1G/1000 m
300 m
500 m
65 m
2000 m
1000 m
450 m
300 m
750 m
110 m
2000 m
2000 m
900 m
300 m
900 m
300 m
2000 m
550 m
300 m
300 m
1100 m
550 m
2000 m
550 m
300 m
Class
Type
OM1
through new manufacturing techniques and
processes is revolutionizing data networks
100Gb/s Ethernet solutions.
Draka is already able to conform to OM4
TM
specifications with its MaxCap 550 multimode fibre, putting it in the forefront in
62,5 um
OM2+ HiCap
1G/2000 m
50 um
OM3
MaxCap 300
10G/300 m
50 um
OM3+ MaxCap 550
10G/550 m
50 um
replying to industry requirements for cable
that can extend link distances in next
generation data communications networks.
.
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Singlemode fibres
Today, the singlemode fibre according to the ITU-T G.652 standard is considered
to be ‘a classic’. It meets international standards and is to be found in countless
communication networks. Its transmission performance is excellent. Singlemode
fibres of series UCFIBRE are based on the matched-cladding principle. Thus an
optimum splicing performance is achieved that is compatible with all fibres
known on the market.
Low Water Peak: Singlemode fibres
wide and Dense Wavelength Division Multiplex)
attenuation – are exactly adjusted to these
according to ITU-T:G.652.D
as well as for combinations of new and tra-
wavelengths between 1530 nm and 1625 nm.
This singlemode fibre is attenuation-optimi-
ditional transmission systems. This optical
Draka fibres of this type exceed the interna-
zed over the whole range from 1260 nm to
fibre type complies with and even exceeds
tional standard IEC 60793-2-50 Type B.4/B.5.
1625 nm. Same as with fibre types according
the IEC 60793-2-50 Type B 1.3 Optical Fibre.
to ITU-T G.652 B, the attenuation values at
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With these fibre properties, costs for ampli-
1310 nm and 1550 nm are kept at a very low
Dispersion-optimized singlemode fibre
fiers and particularly for Dispersion
level here. Also for the wavelength 1385, the
according to ITU-T G.655.E/G.656
Compensating Modules (DCM) can be saved
classic water peak region, optimum atte-
This NZD singlemode fibre has been spe-
especially in metro and city networks, but
nuation values are achieved.
cifically developed for the application of the
also in many trunk networks. High system
Dense Wavelength Division Multiplex (DWDM)
reserves can be reached with these NZD
Thus, this new fibre type offers high flexibi-
from 1530 nm to 1625 nm (C and L band).
fibres as to bit rates, e.g. 10 to 40 GBit/s
lity for the application in modern optical
Hence, the ideal optical parameters – such
per channel, and distances, e.g. 40 to 80 km.
transmission technologies (single channel,
as a defined dispersion optimum and low
BendBrightxs
The key feature in the fibre design that
dB/km
allows for such significant improvement in
macro bending performance is the insertion
amplification
of a field confining “trench” in the fibre
0,50
cladding. This trench reduces the optical
0,40
power in the region just outside the guiding
G.652.A/B
0,60
EDFA
RAMAN FA / SOA
0,30
core, which is very beneficial in keeping the
G.652.C/D
0,20
band
signal inside the fibre when the fibre is
O
bent. Using a trench to achieve this level of
0,10
performance is only possible using Draka’s
0,00
E
1260 / 1310 nm
versatile Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition
1200
1300
S
C
CWDM
1400
L
1625 nm
1500
1600
1700
nm
(PCVD) process.
As the figure below depicts, BendBrightxs
exceeds the bend loss requirements of ITUT G.657.B, the most stringent bending standard in the industry. This is an order of
magnitude improvement over Draka’s 1st
generation bend-insensitive fiber,
BendBrightxs, as well as conventional ESMF.
BendBrightxs is fully compliant with both the
A and B classes of the ITU-T G.657 bend
insensitive fibre standard, established in
2006. The fibre is also fully compliant with
ITU-T G.652.D low water peak singlemode
fibre specification.
Why BendBrightxs ?
• 100x bending improvement over SMF
• Exceeds toughest bending standards;
ITU-T G.657.B
• Fully backwards compatible with SMF;
Long-distance Networks
G.652.D compliant
• Over 250 million meters sold since 2006
• Deployed in over 30 countries worldwide
3R
Optical DWDM
XC mesh
Backbone/regional
kb
/
transport carriers
• Greater than 10 million splices and
connectors
MAN/METRO
Regional Networks
• Used everywhere in the network!
O-ADM
.
OXC
Hybrid
ring/mesh
Optical ring
Access Networks
Private
PSTN/cellular
Regional ISP
Corporate/enterprise
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Indoor cables
Indoor cables must be flexible and light, though rugged and reliable in order to
be suitable for the installation in buildings or the application as a flexible
connecting cable. Strain relieved with highly resistant Aramid yarns and sheathed
with a resistant LSHF compound or with PUR – in case of highly flexible applications
– the mechanical properties of the cables are ideally combined.
Protecting LSHF sheath
High-quality LSHF materials with considerably
Improved fire protection characteristics
Data cables – often installed ‘open’ in buil-
improved characteristics in case of fire are
– No spread of fire (fire propagation), e.g.
dings and facilities – can cause fire propa-
a proven and future-oriented alternative to
gation, i.e. a spread of the fire. Thus, flame
the traditional PVC cables. The highest pre-
retardancy has been among the minimum
cautionary measures as to the cabling apply
requirements of indoor cables for many
at crowded places (e.g. hospitals, airports,
years. Already today, responsible network
schools, department stores, hotels), in
the cables
– No emission of corrosive gases, possibly
creating acid with extinguishing water
– Very low smoke development
designers prepare for greater safety
buildings with a high concentration of com-
– No Dioxin in the fire remains
requirements in buildings and facilities.
modity values and wherever a breakdown
– Considerably low toxicology of fire gases
would involve high expenses (e.g. industrial
plants, electric power stations, EDP centres,
banks, power plants) as well as in alarm,
signal and control systems.
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transmission of the local fire alongside
UCFIBRE I FL N DA LSHF 0.4kN
UCFIBRE I T N DA LSHF 0.4kN
Mechanical properties
2G
Cable diameter
mm
3.0 /6.2
kg/km
16
Bending radius during installation mm
50
Weight
during operation
mm
25
N
400
Tensile force
Applications
Mechanical properties
2G
Cable diameter
mm
Weight
3.8 /6.8
kg/km
32
Bending radius during installation mm
60
during operation
Tensile force
mm
30
N
400
Applications
The duplex cable acc. to IEC 60794-2-10 with aramide strength
The duplex fibre cable with Aramide strength members with
members with flame-retardant, halogen-free outer sheath
flame-retardant, halogen-free outer sheath (LSHF) can be
(LSHF) can be mounted to all common connectors and therefore
mounted to all common connectors and therefore is suitable for
is suitable for pigtails or interconnections. Data centre cabling
pigtails or interconnections. Data centre cabling 10-40Gbit
10-40Gbit solution acc. to TIA942 in all areas, especially for the
solution acc. to TIA942 in all areas, especially for the Equipment
Equipment Distribution Area.
Distribution Area.
UCFIBRE I B N DA LSHF 0.8kN
UCFIBRE I DI N DA LSHF 0.8kN
Mechanical properties
Cable diameter
4G
6G
8G
12G
Mechanical properties
mm
7.2
9.9 12.5
12.9
Cable diameter
kg/km
54
74
136
130
Weight
Bending radius during installation mm
130
150 250
250
100
150
Weight
during operation
mm
Tensile force
N
75
150
800 1200 1600 2000
4G
6G
8G
12G
6.5
mm
5.0
5.5
5.5
kg/km
20
25
25
31
Bending radius during installation mm
100
100
100
130
50
50
50
75
500 600 600
700
during operation
Tensile force
mm
N
Applications
Applications
Due to the tensile relief of each core and to single sheaths, FO
Mini-Breakout cables (distribution cables) are used in universal
connectors can be connected right away. For rising and distribu-
cabling systems. Applications are short distance connections,
tion purpose (plenum) the cables can be split individually by
rising cables or distribution cables. The distribution cables with
opening the outer sheath. The cables with LSHF material accord
maximum 12 semi-tight fibres and glass yarn strength members
to the UL/NEC and IEC fire proofing requirements. Data centre
have a flame-retardant and halogen-free outer sheath.
cabling 10-40Gbit solution acc. to TIA942 in all areas, especially
for the Equipment Distribution Area.
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Universal cables
At the transition from the inside of the building to the access network between
buildings, there is often a requirement profile that demands indoor as well as
outdoor properties from the cables.
Therefore, universal or drop cables of series
FIBRE
UC
I/O CT can be applied as buried or
per core permits a high packing density of
the fibres, thus facilitating the fibre mana-
– Extended ambient temperatures
duct cables and as riser cables in the inte-
gement in the distribution facilities. The
– Electromagnetic influence both on the
rior of the building at the same time. Up to
cables are UV-resistant, non-metallic, resis-
24 fibres are available for constructions
tant to rodents, longitudinal water-tight, have
with central tubes, which permit a cost effi-
a very high tensile strength and are halogen-
cient and small sized cable design. The
free flame-retardant. They are suitable for
with stranded single elements are designed
cables
both direct burial and indoor installation.
for harsh environment. Due to the tensile
are UV-resistant, non-metallic, resistant to
rodents, longitudinal watertight, have a high
cable and caused by the cable
Fibre optic cables of series UCFIBRE I/O ST
relief of each core, FO connectors can be
In an industrial environment – both inside
connected right away. For rising and distri-
tensile strength and are halogen-free flame-
and outside the buildings – conditions are
bution purposes, the cables can be split
retardant. They are suitable for both direct
much rougher. In general, the cables are in
individually by opening the outer sheath.
burial and indoor installation.
fact watertight. However, additional aspects
These cables are UV-resistant, non-metallic,
such as the following have to be considered
rodent-protected, halogen-free flame-retar-
Fibre optic cables of series UC
FIBRE
I/O ST
when choosing the right cable:
with stranded loose tubes are often applied
in the campus and building backbones where
a higher number of fibres is required. The
compact loose tube design with 12 fibres
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with the application e.g. in drag chains
dant, longitudinal watertight with a high
tensile strength and therefore suitable for
– Chemical substances such as oils,
solvents, etc.
– Permanent movements or vibration
indoor riser installation and for outdoor
duct or direct buried installation.
UCFIBRE I/O CT D DA LSHF 1.5kN
UCFIBRE I/O CT D DA LSHF 1kN
Mechanical properties
24G
Cable diameter
mm
Mechanical properties
6.5
Cable diameter
kg/km
45
Weight
Bending radius during installation mm
150
Weight
during operation
mm
100
N
1000
Tensile force
24G
mm
8.0
kg/km
60
Bending radius during installation mm
160
during operation
mm
100
N
1500
Tensile force
Applications
Applications
FO indoor/outdoor cables with central loose tube design is UV-
FO indoor/outdoor cables with central tubes are suitable for out-
resistant, non-metallic, rodent protected, halogen-free flame-
door duct and indoor riser installation. The cable is UV-resistant,
retardant, longitudinally watertight with tensile strength and
non-metallic, rodent-protected, halogen-free flame-retardant,
therefore suitable for indoor riser installation as well as outdoor
longitudinally watertight with tensile strengthening.
duct installation or direct burial.
UCFIBRE I/O ST D DA LSHF 1.8kN
UCFIBRE I/O CT D DA LSHF 3.0kN
Mechanical properties
Cable diameter
24G
mm
Weight
9.5
kg/km
85
Bending radius during installation mm
160
during operation
mm
100
N
3000
Tensile force
Mechanical properties
Cable diameter
72G
mm
Weight
10.5
kg/km
120
Bending radius during installation mm
300
during operation
mm
210
N
1800
Tensile force
Applications
Applications
FO indoor/outdoor cables with stranded tubes are required for
FO indoor/outdoor cables with stranded tubes are required for
access networks in case a high number of fibres is necessary.
access networks in case a high number of fibres is necessary.
They are suitable for outdoor duct and direct buried installation.
They are suitable for outdoor duct and indoor riser installation.
UCFIBRE I/O ST D DA LSHF 6.0kN
UCFIBRE I/O B D DA LSHF 3.0kN
Mechanical properties
Cable diameter
72G
mm
Weight
13
kg/km
170
Bending radius during installation mm
300
during operation
Tensile force
mm
180
N
6000
Applications
Mechanical properties
Cable diameter
6G
mm
Weight
11.5
kg/km
120
Bending radius during installation mm
200
during operation
Tensile force
mm
120
N
3000
Applications
FO indoor/outdoor cables with stranded tubes are required for
FO indoor/outdoor cables are made for harsh environment.
access networks in case a high number of fibres is necessary.
Due to the tensile relief of each core and to single sheaths, FO
They are suitable for outdoor duct and direct buried installation.
connectors can be connected right away. For rising and distribution purpose the cables can be split individually by opening
the outer sheath. They are suitable for outdoor duct and direct
buried installation.
> 15
Outdoor cables
A sudden impact with the installation, a hammer accidentally falling down, extreme
temperature changes, small cable ducts, humidity in the installation area –
UCFIBRE outdoor cables guarantee best transmission performance also under extreme
conditions. Of particular importance for an efficient and easy installation and
network maintenance: smooth handling of the connectorisation and during the
splicing process.
Outdoor cables of series UCFIBRE O ST with
and have a very high tensile strength. They
completely equipped with standard cables.
stranded loose tube serve as buried or
can be blown in and are suitable for direct
Compact and robust designs offer proven
duct cables and are applied in the campus
burial.
backbone where more than 24 fibres are
16 <
network solutions specifically where shortages of space for the cable routing prevail.
required. The compact loose tube design
Micro-cables for blow-in systems
We offer a complete series of innovative
with 12 fibres per core permits a high packing
Draka’s micro-cables for blow-in systems
cables, thus achieving highest possible fle-
density of the fibres, thus facilitating the
are not only a technical advancement or a
xibility for the cabling within broadband
fibre management in the distribution facilities.
system in order to plan and build new net-
networks. The system is based on blow-in
The cables are UV-resistant, non-metallic,
works, it also offers clear cost advantages
technology and links distances meanwhile
resistant to rodents, longitudinal watertight
compared to the traditional installation
going far beyond the “last mile”.
UCFIBRE O CT D DA PE 3.0kN
UCFIBRE O CT D DA PE 1.5kN
Mechanical properties
Mechanical properties
Cable diameter
Weight
mm
7.5
Cable diameter
kg/km
45
Weight
Bending radius during installation mm
during operation
160
mm
100
N
1500
Tensile force
mm
9.5
kg/km
75
Bending radius during installation mm
during operation
Tensile force
160
mm
100
N
3000
Applications
Applications
FO outdoor cables with central tubes are required for LAN
FO outdoor cables with central tubes are required for LAN
backbones and access networks in case a high number of fibres
backbones and access networks in case a high number of fibres
is necessary. The cable is UV resistant, metal free, rodent
is necessary. They are suitable for outdoor duct and direct
protected, longitudinal water tight, tensile strengthened and
buried installation. The cable is UV resistant, non-metallic,
suitable for direct burial installation.
rodent protected, longitudinal watertight with high tensile
strength and suitable for direct burial.
UCFIBRE O ST D DA PA 1.8kN
UCFIBRE O ST D DA PE 6.0kN
Mechanical properties
Cable diameter
72G 108G 132G
Mechanical properties
72G 96G 144G
mm
16.0 16.0
18.0
Cable diameter
kg/km
205 205
260
Weight
Bending radius during installation mm
240 240
270
Bending radius during installation mm
100
100
Weight
during operation
Tensile force
mm
N
100
1800 1800 1800
Applications
mm
kg/km
during operation
Tensile force
mm
N
13.0 14.5
17.5
140
170
260
250 250
320
160
210
180
6000 6000 6000
Applications
FO outdoor cables with stranded tubes are required for LAN
FO outdoor cables with stranded tubes are required for LAN
backbone and access networks in case a high number of fibres is
backbone and access networks in case a high number of fibres is
necessary. The cables are also suitable for direct burial where
necessary. The cables are also suitable for direct burial where
only light rodent protection is needed and where soil conditions
only light rodent protection is needed and where soil conditions
are not difficult.
are not difficult. The cable is UV resistant, non-metallic, rodent
protected, longitudinal watertight with high tensile strength.
> 17
Optical properties
Fibre types
Quality
MM 50/125 µ
B
NA = 0,20
A
HiCapTM
OM 2+
MM 62,5/125 µm
B
NA = 0,27
A
HiCapTM
OM 1+
MaxCap300
MaxCapH550
Fibre types
SM 9/125
OM 3
OM 4
18 <
α ≤ 0.8 dB/km
–
B ≥ 500 MHz·km
B ≥ 800 MHz·km
–
α ≤ 2.5 dB/km
α ≤ 0.7 dB/km
–
B ≥ 600 MHz·km
B ≥ 1200 MHz·km
–
α ≤ 2.5 dB/km
α ≤ 0.7 dB/km
B ≥ 600 MHz·km
B ≥ 2000 MHz·km
–
α ≤ 3.2 dB/km
α ≤ 1.0 dB/km
–
B ≥ 200 MHz·km
B ≥ 500 MHz·km
–
–
1)
α ≤ 3.0 dB/km
α ≤ 0.9 dB/km
–
B ≥ 200 MHz·km
B ≥ 600 MHz·km
–
α ≤ 3.0 dB/km
α ≤ 0.7 dB/km
B ≥ 200 MHz·km
B ≥ 2000 MHz·km
–
α ≤ 2.7 dB/km
α ≤ 0.5 dB/km
–
–
–
1)
B ≥ 1500 MHz·km
B ≥ 500 MHz·km
1GbE R > 900 m
R > 550 m
10GbE R > 300 m
R > 300 m
α ≤ 2.5 dB/km
α ≤ 0.7 dB/km
–
B ≥ 3500 MHz·km
B ≥ 500 MHz·km
–
R > 300 m
1300 nm
1550 nm
1625 nm
G.652.A/B
α ≤ 0.36 dB/km
α ≤ 0.25 dB/km
–
CD ≤ 3.5 ps/km·nm
CD ≤ 18 ps/km·nm
–
G.652.C/D*
α ≤ 0.36 dB/km
α ≤ 0.25 dB/km
–
CD ≤ 3.5 ps/km·nm
CD ≤ 18 ps/km·nm
–
–
α ≤ 0.25 dB/km
α ≤ 0.35 dB/km
–
CD ≤ 1 ps/km·nm
CD ≤ 10 ps/km·nm
α ≤ 0.39 dB/km
α ≤ 0.25 dB/km
CD ≤ 3.0 ps/km·nm
CD ≤ 18 ps/km·nm
Quality
λ cc < 1400 n
G.657 B
λ cc < 1260 nm
α ≤ 2.7 dB/km
R > 550 m
G.655
SM 9/125
1550 nm
1GbE R > 1100 m
λ cc < 1270 nm
SM 9/125
1310 nm
10GbE R > 550 m
λ cc < 1270 nm
SM 9/125
850 nm
–
1)
=
Measurement method in preparation: IEC60793-1-49
α
=
Attenuation
CD
=
Chromatic dispersion
*)
=
a ≤ 0,4dB/km in the entire wavelength range 1285 nm < λ < 1625 nm
NA
=
Numerical aperture
R
=
Distance
λ cc
=
SM cable cut-off wavelength in the cable (cut-off)
B
=
Overfilled modal bandwidth
1GbE
=
1Gibagit Ethernet
10GbE
=
10Gigabit Ethernet
Cable description
UC FIBRE_ I/O_ CT_ D_ DA_ LSHF-FR_ 1kN_
12_ MM52
Draka Communications –
Cables in Copper and
MM52
MM53
MM54
MM6 1
MM62
SM2D
SM7B
Multimode 50/125 OM2
Multimode 50/125 OM3
Multimode 50/125 OM4
Multimode 62,5/125 OM1
Multimode 62,5/125 OM2
Singlemode 9/125 G.652 D
Singlemode 9/125 G.657 B
Optical Fibre Technology for:
Office Communication
Central Office Switching
Data Centre
N Number of total Fibres, N = X × n;
X = number of elements,
n = number of fibres per element
xkN
0 - 9 kiloNewton
Home Networks
Industry
Studio
CATV
Long-distance networks
LSHF-FR
LSHF
PE
PUR
PR
PF
PA
Low Smoke Halogen Free-Flame Retardent
sheath IEC 60332-3 C
Low Smoke Halogen Free
sheath IEC 60332-1
PE sheath
PUR sheath
Plastics Rubber
Plastics Fluroplastics
PA sheath
Subscriber networks (FttX)
Telecommunication networks
Mobile telephone systems
OPGW
Signalling cables
DA Dielectric Armour
MA Metallic Armour
D
F
N
S
T
FL
DI
B
CT
ST
Dry, unfilled (waterblocked with waterswellable materials)
Jelly Filled
Not waterblocked
Single cable
Twin duplex cable
Flat duplex cable with additional outer sheath
Distribution (Mini-Break-Out)
Break-Out cable
Central Tube cable
Stranded Tube cable
I
Indoor
I/O Indoor/Outdoor
O
Outdoor
UCFIBRE
Universal Cable FIBRE
> 19
We make communication technology work, by serving you
in every way to realize your leading edge network solution
Draka Communications has offices and production facilities all over the world. To get in touch with us and find out how we can help you build
your network, visit our website at www.draka.com or contact us at:
Our European
Production Centres:
Austria
• Trillergasse 8
A-1210 Vienna
Phone: +43 1 294 0095 16
Telefax: +43 1 294 0095 97
[email protected]
Germany
• Bonnenbroicher Strasse 2-14
D - 41238 Moenchengladbach
Phone: +49 21 66 134 0
Telefax: +49 21 66 134 1000
[email protected]
Denmark
• Priorparken 833,
DK-2605 Broendby,
Phone: +45 43 48 20 50
Telefax: +45 43 48 26 59
[email protected]
Netherlands (HQ – Comteq Cable Division)
• De Boelelaan 7 – Building Officia I
1083 HJ Amsterdam
Phone: +31 20 56 89 865
Telefax: +31 20 56 89 409
[email protected]
Finland*
• Kimmeltie 1
FI - 02110 Espoo
Phone: +358 10 56 61
Telefax: +358 10 56 63 394
[email protected]
*)including: The Baltic, Poland, Ukraine,
Belarus, Georgia and Armenia.
Netherlands (HQ - Comteq Fiber Division)
• Zwaanstraat 1
5651 CA Eindhoven
Phone: +31 40 295 87 00
Telefax: +31 40 295 87 10
[email protected]
France
• Le Sophocle - Parc de Algorithmes 9,
Avenue du Marais
95100 Argenteuil
Phone: +33 1 34 34 41 30
Telefax: +33 1 30 76 40 12
[email protected]
Germany
• Friedrichshagener Strasse 29-36
D - 12555 Berlin
Phone: +49 30 65 485 760
Telefax: +49 30 65 485 602
[email protected]
Germany*
• Piccolomini Strasse 2
D - 51063 Cologne
Phone: +49 221 67 70
Telefax: +49 221 67 73 890
[email protected]
*)including: Switzerland
www.draka.com
We are an equal opportunity employer
Netherlands*
• Zuidelijk Halfrond 11
2801 DD Gouda
Phone: +31 182 59 21 00
Telefax: +31 182 59 22 00
[email protected]
*)including: Belgium, Luxembourg
Norway*
• Kjerraten 16
3013 Drammen
Phone: +47 32 24 90 00
Telefax: +47 32 24 91 16
*)including: Sweden and Iceland
Romania*
• NK Cables Ltd.
10, Montreal Place, WTC
Entrance F, 1st Floor
011469 Bucharest
Phone: +40 21 202 3057
Telefax: +40 21 202 3100
[email protected]
*)including: Bulgaria, Greece and Moldovia
Russia
• Neva Cables Ltd.
8th Verkhny pereulok, 10,
St.Petersburg, 194292
Phone: +7 812 592 84 79
Telefax: +7 812 592 77 79
[email protected]
Spain
• Av. de Bilbao 72
39.600 Maliaño - Cantabria
Phone: +34 942 24 71 00
Telefax: +34 942 24 71 14
[email protected]
Spain*
• Can Vinyalets núm. 2
08130 Sta. Perpetua de la Mogoda –
Barcelona
Phone: +34 935 74 83 83
Telefax: +34 935 60 13 42
[email protected]
*)including: Portugal and Italy
Turkey*
• Ebulula Cad. 4.
Gazeteciler Sitesi A 14-4
Levent-Besiktas
Istanbul
Phone: +90 212 280 25 59
Telefax: +90 212 280 32 08
[email protected]
*)including: All other countries in Africa
and Middle East
United Kingdom*
• Crowther Road, Crowther Industrial
Estate,
Washington, Tyne and Wear, NE38 0AQ
Phone: +44 191 415 50 00
Telefax: +44 191 415 82 78
[email protected]
*)including: Ireland
Denmark
- Broendby
Finland
- Oulo
France
- Calais Cedex
- Haisnes Cedex
Germany
- Berlin
- Nurenberg
- Moenchengladbach
Netherlands
- Eindhoven
- Delfzijl
Russia
- St. Petersburg
Slovakia
- Presov
Spain
- Santander
United Kingdom
- Washington, Tyne and Wear
Draka Datacom Solution
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