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Fiberstore release the new product-Military Grade fiber optic patch cables
On November 5, Fiberstore upload a batch of Military Grade fiber optic patch cables which is built with specialized Military Tactical fiber cable that features impact and crush resistance characteristics which comply with Military requirements.
Military Grade fiber optic patch cables are built with specialized Military Tactical fiber cable that features impact and crush resistance characteristics which comply with Military requirements. Additionally, these robust assemblies are rated for operating temperatures of -40º to +75º Celsius. Three versions are available including Duplex ST, SC and LC styles. These assemblies are excellent for use in military vehicles and with field deployed communications equipment.
FiberStore Military Grade fiber optic patch cables are apllication to Military networks, Industrial Ethernet,Harsh environment applications, Combat vehicles.
Military Grade fiber optic patch cables are used to connect communications equipment that utilize ST, SC or LC OM1 62.5/125 Multimode fiber interfaces; Cable meets Military requirements for crush and impact resistance & rugged Polyurethane jacket; protects against cuts, abrasions and chemicals;
Impact Resistance: EIA/TIA-455-
Multiple off the shelf lengths provide design flexibility and FiberStore's Custom Cable Configurator can be used to create your own lengths and/or connector combinations;
Military-grade fiber optics could help fine-tune fracking. Such as, Drilling companies often fire the mixture of chemicals, sand, and water more or less blindly at rocks that hold oil and natural gas to create fissures and extract the seeping fuel. Fracking each well takes 15 stages of mixture-firing, costing about $100,000 each. Yet success is difficult to determine: 80 percent of North American production comes from about 20 percent of the stages. This year alone, drillers will spend $31 billion on possibly sub-optimal fracking stages across 26,100 wells in the U.S. Installing the Military-grade fiber optics can cost several hundred thousand per well. Halliburton contractors are already using sensory cables, and with the world’s largest oil and natural gas producers testing these lines in fracking wells, the $586 million market for distributed fiber-optic lines will almost double in the next three years.
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