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Rail Overhead Electrification and Fiber Optic Systems
High Speed Rail, Light Rail, Streetcar, Trolley, Electric Trolley Bus and 3rd Rail applications
Alumoweld® Cable Benefits Brochure
Alumoweld®'s high strength, excellent conductivity, superior corrosion resistance and compatibility with solid aluminum wire makes AFL’s aluminum clad steel products highly desirable.
AFL, in partnership with Dura-Line, worked with Atlanta-based Cleveland Electric to provide the system-wide DAS upgrade for MARTA.
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.
Rodent Deterrence in All-Dielectric Cables
Optical cables are exposed to a variety of mechanical and environmental hazards including gophers, squirrels, rats and mice.
Atlanta Streetcar Project Snapshot
AFL’s supply consisted of 61 different types of Assemblies, consisting of over 116 different types of Components.
Detroit Streetcar Project Snapshot
AFL’s supply consisted of 13 different types of Assemblies, consisting of over 84 different types of Components.
FASTConnect® or FUSEConnect®—Which Should You Choose?
Field-installable connectors provide a convenient method for terminating fiber optic cable at remote job site locations.
AFL Showcasing Rail Transit Solutions at APTA Expo
Stop by booth #8320 to see AFL’s newest product solutions including Rail Transit OCS Assemblies, Rail Transit OCS Components, harsh environment fiber optic cable, the Fujikura 70S fusion splicer...
Railway Network Infrastructure Upgrades
AFL's, Craig Stratton, discusses railway infrastructure upgrades and how our products and solutions can help. Learn more on our Transportation industry page: http://bit.ly/1J2faYM
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Requirements for Optical Cables in Transit Applications
Fire prevention, especially in confined areas such as underground tunnels and subterranean platforms/stations, must be addressed to protect the general public form harm.
Cincinnati Streetcar Project Snapshot