Internal/External Ruggerdised MTP Trunk Cables fitted with MTP connectors at each end, made to your specification
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Intex pre-terminated assemblies are an innovative evolution of the popular Starlight MTP assemblies. The unique connector housing (patent pending) not only prevents damage to the connector during installation, but also provides a rugged pulling eye. Then, once installed, the cap incorporating the pulling eye can be removed and the housing becomes a permanent protection cover for the MTP connector, locking onto specially designed panel mount bulkheads with a simple twist action.
The integrated strain relief gives the added benefit of allowing the use of standard internal / external loosetube cables – offering a wide range of cost effective cable types ranging from OM1 (62.5/125) through to OM4 (50/125) and OS1 (9/125).
The CCS Starlight® Pre-terminated Plug and Go Fibre System provides the Rapid Fibre Deployment market with an extremely cost effective, expandable and high speed system.
Starlight® utilises MTP® brand pre-terminated assemblies to ensure optimum performance is achieved when interconnecting pre-terminated Starlight® cassettes and panels.
Assemblies are available in 12 & 24 fibres, and micro and ruggedised cable in multimode OM1 62.5/125, OM2 50/125, OM3 50/125, OM4 50/125 and singlemode OS1 9/125 options.
The Starlight® System is manufactured in our own advanced fibre termination facilities under stringently controlled laboratory conditions, and is quality controlled to rigorous standards using advanced fibre interferometer testing equipment.
Starlight® pre-terminated assemblies surpass the high standards required for datacomms and CATV applications.
We can manufacture any kind of MTP cable to your exact configuration, please contact us for more information and prices
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The following table shows the speed & recommended maximum distances for each fibre type: