Fiber Optic Cabling

An optical fiber cable is a cable containing one or more optical fibers that are used to carry light.
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Fiber Optic Cabling

Fiber Optic cabling provides a far greater bandwidth than copper and is typically used for backbone connection between localized networking equipment and is increasingly becoming the preferred choice for high quality and reliable analog and digital communications.

Fiber Optic Cable Design & Installation

Action CTI has installed fiber optic cabling for several school districts in and around Houston, TX. Although its higher cost can be prohibitive for desktop applications, fiber optic cabling provides a high security link, with immunity from electromagnetic interference (EMI). It is also the solution for inter-building links and other connections beyond the maximum 90m for Category 5e copper cabling.

ACT carries out the design, installation, testing & maintenance of Fiber Optic systems including Fusion Splicing & Termination of multimode & singlemode fiber cables, both internal & external work including repair work.

All types of fiber optic cabling systems are offered including:
  • Multimode 62.5/125 (OM1) Datacomms
  • Multimode 50/125 (OM2) Video & Datacomms Systems
  • Multimode 50/125 (OM3) Gigabit Ethernet an 10 Gig Ethernet for up to 300m
  • Singlemode 8/125 (OS1) Gigabit Ethernet and 10 Gig Ethernet for up to 2km.
  • All cables are internal/external grade.
  • Fiber Optic Termination & Testing

Our Fiber Optic termination and testing service is offered to corporate end users as well as other communication providers who prefer to use our skilled services rather than invest in expensive test equipment and costly engineer training. Both methods of termination are offered either direct termination or fusion splicing of pre-manufactured pigtail assemblies.

Let us work with you to develop a Network Management system you can use to manage all of your cable plant, including all the connectivity, connectors, pathways, and device relationships to truly visualize and understand your network’s infrastructure. Let’s get started today, just give us a call.
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