The plastic buffer tube is used to house the individual fibers in a loose tube cable construction like ADSS, where the fibers are loosely placed in each buffer tube. Increasing the fiber count in each individual buffer tube to 24 fibers reduces the size, weight, and cost of the ADSS cable.
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A white paper discusses using Anti-rotational devices (ARD) in optical ground wire (OPGW) installations.
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The white paper explores the advantages and typical applications of single-jacket and double-jacket ADSS cable designs.
Video that shows AFL OPGW installation. This type of cable can be installed using typical conductor and shield wire stringing methods.
Carlos Escobar, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Sales Manager for Utilites for AFL, elaborates on how the new configurations of the Flex-Span® ADSS cable benefit the customer.
Selecting the best bonding assembly configuration is dependent on proximity from the termination or suspension hardware to the support structure, terrain and wind conditions and tower hardware.
Flex-Span designs are optimized for a broader combination of fiber counts and span lengths, providing ADSS system designers more flexibility in their product selection.
This Quick Reference Guide is intended to provide highlights of ADSS installation instructions needed in the field.
AFL provides this Quick Reference Guide to provide highlights of OPGW installation instructions needed in the field.
AFL Optical Ground Wire (OPGW) applications and what type might be best for your project.
For more than 30 years, AFL has provided electric utilities with aerial cable systems that include OPGW and ADSS fiber optic cable plus associated attachment hardware.