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Fiber Optic Accessory

Syntex offers a comprehensive portfolio of technically advanced fiber products to meet the demands of virtually any network application. From the desktop to the ocean, Syntex optical fiber is enabling voice, data, and video communications literally at the speed of light.

   

Fiber Patch Cords

Syntex Fiber Patch Cords including single mode and multimode fiber patch cables of 62.5/125, 50/125, and 9/125, and fiber distribution products used in high tech networking.  We offer a huge selection and inventory of Fiber Optic Patch Cables.  Singlemode and multimode fiber optic jumper and patch cords are available at factory direct pricing levels.  9/125, 50/125, 62.5/125, 10Gb OM3, OM2

Fiber Adaptors

Syntex Fiber optic adapters (also called couplers) are designed to connect two fiber optic cables together. They come in versions to connect single fibers together (simplex), two fibers together (duplex), or sometimes four fibers together (quad). Adapters are designed for multimode or singlemode cables. The singlemode adapters offer more precise alignment of the tips of the connectors (ferrules).

Fiber Cables

Syntex Indoor/Outdoor cable assemblies are designed for general outdoor applications, yet they are riser rated and can be used indoors without the restrictions imposed upon loose tube cables. These cables are composed of 900um tight buffered fibers, water blocking aramid fiber strength members and a black UV resistant PVC jacket. We often recommend these cables for indoor installations where the additional protection is appropriate for the environment or the extended pulling distance. Plenum jacketing is also available.

Fiber Panels and Enclosures

Syntex carry a complete line of enclosures for fiber optic cable terminations. These can be wall mount or rack mount, indoor or outdoor, or six fiber up to 144 fiber.

We feel these are particularly important when bringing a long distribution cable into a user area. By terminating the distribution cable into the enclosure and running patch cables between the enclosure and the individual equipment, it will reduce opportunities for damage to the more critical distribution cable as users connect or change equipment.

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