AFL provided structured cabling installation management and performed all terminations to achieve a certified copper and fiber network with a 25-year warranty. AFL also took on the task of installing, terminating and certifying the ControlNet (or PLC) coax network.
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Rack Mount Panels Selection Guide
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Splicing 900 µm Loose Buffer Fiber
Eliminate frustrations and increase productivity by understanding the unique characteristics of this fiber type and its interaction with standard splicing equipment.
Using a 70S to Align Fibers for Reel Testing
The procedure for setting up a splice mode in the Fujikura 70S so that the fusion splicer can be used to align the test jumper to the fiber under test
Connector Selection Guide
Choose the connector with features important to you. As the only company capable of providing every termination option, AFL let’s you be the termination expert.
Rack Mount Panels Selection Guide
With a collection of available rack mounted panels, AFL provides options for different termination methods and densities, allowing you to choose what is best for your organization.
Ohio Department of Transportation
AFL and Dura-Line micro-technology cabling infrastructure provides the Ohio Department of Transportation with an easily upgraded optical platform to support their Smart Mobility project.
TruEvent® OTDR Event Analysis
TruEvent helps AFL OTDR provide users with highly accurate and reliable automated event tables.
FASTConnect® or FUSEConnect®—Which Should You Choose?
Field-installable connectors provide a convenient method for terminating fiber optic cable at remote job site locations.
288 Fiber Ultra-High Fiber Density Micro-Duct Cable with Extreme Operating Performance
The micro-duct cable is designed to protect the fibers during installation and operation, withstanding over 300 pounds and extreme temperatures.
Next Generation of Fiber Optic Loose Tube Cable
AFL has developed the next-generation of high-performance 600-lb rated micro-loose tube cable for the communications cabling infrastructure market.
eABF®—The New Approach to Enterprise Fiber Optic Cabling
The new technology, eABF Enterprise Blown Fiber, is revolutionary in its design approach and offers the network cabling system engineer a highly scalable, flexible and smart solution.
Fujikura 70S+ Fusion Splicer from AFL
Fujikura 70S+ Fusion Splicer sets the new standard for splicers. Learn more: http://bit.ly/70S-Splicer
Splicing AFL's Wrapping Tube Cable (WTC) with SpiderWeb Ribbon® (SWR)
Instructions for splicing AFL's Wrapping Tube Cable with SpiderWeb Ribbon using a Fujikura 70R Fusion Splicer. Learn more on our website: http://bit.ly/wtc-swr
AFL Launches Heavy Duty Outside Plant MicroCore® Cable
Designed for use in standard HDPE ducts, aerial messenger systems and bundled micro-duct pathways, the cable has a diameter up to 50 percent smaller than traditional loose tube cables.
Delivering end-to-end fiber optic solutions for enterprise networks
From Enterprise and Colocation Data Centers, to Campus Local Area Networks, to Wide Area Networks, we work closely with our customers to design, build, and manage successful AFL solutions.
5 Best Practices for Certifying Next Generation Networks: Encircled Flux
Encircled flux is the method of distributing power among the modes of the fiber by controlling the launch spot size and angular distribution.
AFL FlexScan OTDR Product Demonstration
The AFL FlexScan OTDR, the world's smallest OTDR, offers technicians everything they need to locate and resolve optical network issues. NOW SUPPORTING PON or point-to-point networks.
Aeros Cloud Based Workflow Management Solution