TechLogix bulk fiber is getting a lot of attention, especially in the audio-visual and security markets where signal bandwidth and distance is a common concern.
Historically, fiber optic cable was expensive, fragile and very hard to handle; however, TechLogix's unique SSF™ technology has reinvented fiber installation, allowing integrators with limited experience and limited budgets to successful integrate fiber-based systems.
What makes TechLogix bulk fiber different?
Strength during installation....10,000x more strength than traditional fiber to be specific....
An innovative polymer coating on the fiber core provides a 3mm bend-radius, allowing the fiber to literally be tied in knots without breaking. Traditional fiber features a bend radius of up to 30mm and tends to break when bent or coiled.
That same polymer restricts cracks from forming and spreading during handling and weathering, ensuring TechLogix fiber survives rough installations and years of use in tough environments.
Integrated kevlar yarn provides a 220 lb. pull-rating.
TechLogix fiber won't shatter or shard during installation, even when cutting and cleaving the fiber strand.
In fact, TechLogix SSF™ fiber is so safe the actual fiber strand can be handled with bare hands, including the removal of the 250um acrylate/soft peel protective coating.
Safety means speed and TechLogix fiber reliably terminates in under 1 minute with only basic training.
Plus, the integrated polymer completely eliminates the need to clean and polish the fiber strand prior to termination.
Lower cost of installation...
Traditionally, integrators would pull multi-strand fiber when only simplex or duplex was required. Multiple strands provided redundancy when fibers would break during installation -- a common problem due to the fragile nature of glass. TechLogix's innovative polymer coating provides industry-leading strength, durability and pliability thereby eliminating the need to pull redundant strands.
Easier handling also means less tools and a complete basic termination kit only costs around $500.
Not convinced? See TechLogix fiber in action.
TechLogix offers SSF™ bulk fiber in a wide range of formats and constructions. The most popular versions are duplex riser and duplex plenum; however, micro-distribution, tactical, direct burial and simplex are also available through our online configurator.