Fibre Optic Cable

Fibre Optic cabling is the future of data cabling. As well as significant increases in connection speed, fibre optic networks offer a tremendous capacity to keep up with any new technological advances. Once the basic fibre optic infrastructure is in place, it can be rearranged and the end point electronics upgraded when necessary, to deliver even higher capacity. It can do this far more effectively than existing wireless or copper based systems.

The advantages of using fibre optic cable:

  1. Fibre optic cables provides a much greater bandwidth which means that it can transmit more data than metal cables.
  2. Fibre optic cables are more immune than metal cables to electromagnetic interference such as radios, motors or other nearby cables.
  3. Fibre signals travel along with less loss than metal cables.
  4. Fibre Optic cables cost much less to maintain.
  5. Data can be transmitted digitally (the natural form for computer data) rather than analogically.

Fibre Optic Systems deliver a highly scalable and reliable performance option for high bandwidth and mission critical infrastructures. These include fibre optic cables, connectors (RJ45), adapter modules, adapter panels, cassettes, enclosures, patch cords, cable assemblies, cable distribution products and accessories for both single mode fibre optic cable and multimode fibre optic cables.

Fibre Optic Installation

Longer Distances & Faster Speeds for your network

Fibre Optic Cable Installation

Fibre optic Cable is a benchmark in any communication system. The distance capabilities, low loss, light weight, flexibility and increased bandwidth of optical fibre makes it more desirable than any competing systems for the communication of both digital and analogue signals. If you agree that Fibre Optics are the way forward, we can design a fibre optic cabling route or network to meet your project needs and requirements. Our technicians will work with you to advise the best type of cable to meet your project and budget needs.As well as installation of new Fibre Optic systems, we can do fibre optic testing and repair. Assuming the current system has been properly installed and terminated, we will conduct test for continuity, end-to-end loss and then troubleshoot the problems.