Demand for power continues to increase at an alarming rate, forcing utilities to put greater and greater electrical loads on their existing lines. However, most existing transmission circuits have been designed for operation at or below 93˚C. Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced (ACSR), the most commonly used conductor, cannot handle the higher temperatures resulting from increased current loads. With the increasing de-regulation pressures, rising construction costs and right-of-way scarcity, another option is needed.
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This guide walks through some typical FTTx network solutions,by which AFL offers unmatched end-to-end solutions to meet the demands of a fiber-to-the-x project.
Take a virtual tour of our Accessories plant in Duncan, South Carolina
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Keeping you in the know with our virtual trade show booths.
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This white paper explores the options electric utilities have to bring fiber deeper into their networks and AFL's FOLLOW THE POWER® approach.
This paper will further explore some of the advantages of using ADSS cable as opposed to a strand and lash fiber cable for aerial electric utility applications.
Alternate cable stub options and how they could be used to lower overall FTTx deployment costs to provide rural Americans with access to reliable, high-bandwidth internet.
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Video on AFL's optical ground wire (OPGW) applications and what type might be best for your project.
AFL provides this Quick Reference Guide to provide highlights of OPGW installation instructions needed in the field.
AFL's AccessWrap™ is catching up in popularity with SkyWrap® for aerial fiber optic cable in Europe.
AFL is exhibiting at ICUEE in Louisville, KY, October 3-5, booth #2654 with its newest product solutions including Swage Grounding, Swage Bus and Compression accessories.
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