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How to Install Fiber Optic Cable- Installing Fiber Optic Cable-How To Install A Fiber Optic Cable Between Buildings- How To Install Fiber Optic Cable In Your Home- How To Add To Extend Your CAT 5e Network

From Your Home Office or Desktop

-to another commercial building

-to another building- or residential locations-resorts-boat docks-garages

Or Placing Your CAT 5e Cable Underground

 

All Our Cables Have A

American Data Supply has created this "How to Install Fiber Optic Cable, How To Install A Fiber Optic Cable Between Buildings, How To Install Fiber Optic Cable In Your Home, How To Add To Extend Your CAT 5e Networkand How To Add To Extend Your CAT 5e Network more than 300 feet as a courtesy to our customers and visitors to our website. While we provide 175,000 products from fiber optic able to data center equipment to residential Smart Home Systems- and all have one thing in common- to make your life easier through providing products to imrove the world's communication. Below we will explain to you in layman terms how to install fiber optic cable. In this section we will aid you in determining what equipment you will need to install fiber optic cable as well as the cost and part numbers in installing your fiber optic cable.

American Data Supply can assist not only commercial installation of fiber optic cable - but we can also assist developers (FTTH- more info) in planning a revenue generating program for the lifetime of the development by installing not only finer optic cable- but the entire infrastructure of cable to each and every home in their development. In this section American Data Supply will assist you the homeowner to install your own fiber optic cable so you may extend your ethernet and computer service further than 300 feet - to another remote building. We get quite a few requests each week on how to extend computer networks or ethernet signals more than the industry standard of 90 meters. To assist the homeowner or home based businessman , boat owner, rural property owner, resort operator, etc.how to extend the ethernet signal- we created this simple -layman's terminology to explain in black and white how anyone can install a fiber optic cable themselves and save a lot of money.

American Data Supply will also discuss with you the benefits and or drawbacks of installing fiber optic cable overhead- via an aerial method or underground. Any fiber optic cable that you decide to use should be rugged and or UV resistant- depending how you plan on installing your fiber optic cable. Whether you buy from us or not- remember that any fiber optic cable that you may buy from us or anyone else must be an 'indoor -outdoor " rated fiber optic cable.This means that if you are going from outside your home or office and into your home or office (see picture below) that you should always use the indoor outdoor rated type of fiber optic cable.

Installing Indoor Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable into a home- Picture illustrates drilling a hole to enter the house with the fiber optic cable

We have included below a simple Q&A's - questions and answers along with examples on how to install your fiber optic cable and CAT 5e aerial cable, CAT 5e underground cable, and extend your CAT 5e and CAT 5E cable and ethernet network when wireless will not work. We will also explain that one should not extend the signal more than the EIA-TIA 568 A-B specifications and standards allow the extension of an ethernet signal for a maximum of 90 meters or 290 feet. There are exceptions where the local provider of services will 'guarantee' the signal traveling more than 290 feet- including Wideband that has equipment designed to carry an ethernet signal more than 600 feet. We do not however recommend your trying to go more that 290 feet unless you have the proper equipment and professional guidance. We will make this so simple for you that you will be playing soccer with your children before you know it!

All our cables carry a 15 year Warranty

NOW WE GET TO WHERE THE RUBBER MEETS THE ROAD - THE INSTALLATION OF A Building A To Building B- Length 1000 Feet -FIBER OPTIC ABLE THAT WILL TIE IN YOUR COMPUTER SYSTEM. WHETHER YOU NEED TO EXTEND YOUR NETWORK IN A COMMERCIAL AREA OR A RESIDENTIAL AREA- THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS ARE REQUIRED.

(1) FIRST STEP Attach your computer network to a fiber optic media converter - You would need to get a patch cable first to tie in your computer's router to the fiber optic media converter. Plug the patch cord into your router and into one end of the fiber optic media converter. Please visit our CAT 5E and CAT 6 Patch Cords Page: we have lengths from 1 foot to over 200 feet. In some applications if the run is short enough- you may want to run our pre- assembled outdoor rated CAT 5E cable from your computer network to your remote computer. Please find below our pricing and engineering specifications on outdoor rated CAT 5E cable.

STEP 1

Attach a patch cable between your router and the fiber optic media convertger- we carry all lenghts of CAT 5e and CAT 6 Patch cords-at MUCH LOWER prices that Circuit City, Best Buy or any of the major chains. More Info - we will assist you in getting the right part numbers- we need to know the LENGTH or distance between your equipment.

STEP 2 GETTING THE RIGHT FIBER OPTIC MEDIA CONVERTER

Fiber Optic Media Converters-More Info on media converters - we will assist you in getting the right part numbers-we need to fist determine the total length of the fiber optic cable run, the speed, and then we have to determine if the fiber cable will be singlemode or multimode and then the fiber optic connectors you will be using. We will find a cost effective solution for your network.

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(3) STEP THREE -Connect Your Router via a CAT 5E or CAT 6 Patch Cord Into Your Fiber Optic Media Converter

Your CAT 5e or CAT 6 Patch Cords will plug directly into your fiber optic media converter

STEP 4 - Installing Your Fiber Optic Cable

Installing your Fiber Optic Cable Via Aerial means or direct bury underground or in conduit. We provide pre-cut lengths that are tested- ruggedized and ready to install into your fiber optic media converters . Our fiber optic assemblies or fiber optic patch cords are made into pre-determined lengths with the fiber optic connectors already placed and terminated on the ends of the cable along with a 'pulling eye'. The pulling eye enable you to pull the fiber optic cable several hundred - and thousand feet without damaging your cable- REMEMBER- NEVER PULL ON THE ENDS OF THE CABLE WHILE HOLDING ONTO THE CONNECTORS!!

We recommend using HDPE innerduct- high density polyethylene duct to place your CAT 5e -CAT 6 or Fiber Optic Cable into for additional protection which we can supply you in rolls. Unlike PVC that you buy at Home Depot or Lowes- our innerduct comes in a roll with pull rope for easy pulling of your cable. Also many areas have rodents that can mack a lunch out of your cable- so we always receommend using innerduct for your cable installation needs.

Fiber Optic Assembly-fiber optic assemblies- Please visit the link to the left to see the various stock lengths we carry. American Data Supply can make multimode or simglemo fiber optic assemblies complete with a pulling eye in 1-2 days. LEt us do the work for you. You will not have to mess with connectors, test equipment, etc-we do it all.These fiber optic assemblies (again these cable can be several kilometers in length) are placed between the two fiber optic media converters-this could be from 50 feet to several kilometers- NEVER PULL THE CABLE WHILE HOLDING ONTO THE CONNECTORS!!

Always use a Fiber Optic Pulling Eye to pull your fiber optic assembly in the conduit or innerduct. The pulling eye is designed to take the stress off the cable while pulling the fiber optic cable -More Info we supply you the fiber assembly complete with the pulling eye protective attachment that you cut off after you have the fiber cable installed.

Additional How To Install Fiber Optic Cable Installation Tips!

Never leave fiber optic cable or data cable lying on the ground-it's pretty obvious isn't it?

On Aerial Fiber Optic Cable Installs: If you are installing fiber optic cable via aerial means- between building and amongst other cable types- ALWAYS LABEL your fiber cable- so you know which one is carrying the signal.

Never Pull your fiber cable on an offset- or angle! This may damage the fiber cable- connectors-or both

STEP 5- Getting Your Fiber Optic Cable Inside Your House Or Business

When installing into another house or going through a wall- always make sure there is no power cable or electrical cable in the way. Always make sure that the hole is big enough for the fiber optic cable to fit through the hole. Always secure the fiber optic cable on BOTH SIDEs of the entry and exit way.

(6) STEP SIX - Plugging In Your Fiber Optic Cable and Connetor to Your Fiber Optic Media Converter

LAST STEP- Plug in Your Fiber Optic Assembly into the other fiber optic media converter - and then plug a CAT 5e or CAT 6 patch cord or cable between the fiber optic media converter and the computer and your are done! You have just saved yourself thousand dollars of installation costs! Call us at (866) 342-3721 for assistance.

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Additional Links and TIPS On Fiber Optic Cable and Installing Fiber Optic Cable

1. The Fiber Optic Data Communications Link For the Premises Environment
2. The Fiber Optic Data Communications Link, End-to-End
3.Fiber Optic Cable - A History That Goes Back To Yes-1854!
4.Transmitter - How Fiber Signals Are Transmitted
5. Receiver -How Fiber Signals Are Received
6.Connectors
7. Splicing
8.Analyzing Performance of a Link- Testing Fiber Cable
9.The Complete Fiber Optic Tutorial
10.The Belden Cable Company's Fiber Tutorial
11. Fiber 101 by Corning Glass
12. Illustrated Fiber Optic Glossary
13. In Depth Fiber Optic info
14.WDM basics (Wavelength Division Multiplexing)
15. Reference sites directory on Optical Networks and IP over DWDM
16. Illustrated Fiber Optic Glossary
17. Fiber Optic Media Converters- From Fiber To Copper
18. How Do I Install Fiber Optic Media Converters?

 

HANDLING FIBER OPTIC CABLE

REDUCING LOSS BY PROPERHANDLING
Like all cable, fiber optic cable must be handled properly to minimize any installation-induced signal losses (the attenuation, or deterioration, of the light signal during transmission). Of course some losses are intrinsic, or out of the installer'scontrol; these include effects from internal absorption,scattering, fiber core variations, and microbends. But extrinsic losses related to workmanship can and should be controlled; these include connections, splices, end finishes, microbends and macrobends.Installing fiber optic cables can usually be done with a minimal amount of effort if certain basic guidelines are followed.

GENERAL INSTALLATION TIPS
• Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines forminimum bend radius and tension. Failure to do so may result in high attenuation and possible damage to the fiber optic cable. Guidelines are normally supplied with the cable manufacturer specification sheets. If the bend radius specifications are unknown, the industry de facto standard is to maintain aminimum radius of 20X the diameter of the fiber optic cable.
• Manufacturers may give two specifications for bothradius and tension. These are called Static and Dynamic specifications. "Dynamic" is the specification during the cable installation or while cable is under load, and "Static" is the specification for after installation is complete.
• If using tie-wraps, remember not to distort the shape of the fiber optic cable, as this adds pressure onto the optical fibers.
• Install fiber cables in a sequence that applies the least amount of strain on the cable.
• Identify fiber cable at all likely access points (ceiling access, etc.).
• Sharp bends increase cable tension, so it is best to install optic cable in sequences that minimize stress.
• Use sheaths and cable guides to maintain recommended cable bend radius.
• Monitor tension, and maintain racking bend radius.
• Protect exposed fiber cables from vehicular and public traffic.
• Prior to installation, double-check actual fiber count.
• Always follow engineering and construction placement and route plans.
• Always follow National Electrical Code guidelines, as well as local and state codes.
• Maintain good communications between installation personnel.
• When installing loose-tube cable, use a silicone injection or sealer to prevent gel migration.
• For underground installation, center-pull long cables. Store excess cable in vaults/manholes, and identify optical cables with markers.
• Aerial installation: Use proper hardware matchingcable, span and tension requirements. Use correct cable jacket.
• Buried Cable Installations: Identify cable locations with surface markers. Anticipate obstructions

PULLING FIBER LONG DISTANCES
When pulling fiber over long distances or lots of bends, use the Center Pulling technique:
1. Pull longest section into assigned duct. For long pulls, use a mid-point to evenly distribute the pulling lengthand tension.
2. From mid point, pull cable into conduit from shipping reel.
3. Remove remainder of cable from shipping reel by hand, and carefully lay into figure-eight loops one upon another.
4. Hand-feed the end of the cable into the conduit and continue pulling. Communication is necessary to assure that no damage occurs to the fiber.

For extremely long pulls, the cable can be removed at a manhole further down the installation route. Figure-eight or zigzag the cable while the pulling equipment is moved to the next manhole site.

Remember, optical cables are lightweight and very flexible, but take care not to exceed their flexibility by physical abuse of the cable.

Following these guidelines should help to make thecable installation uneventful and successful.

Below find different fiber cable types

Simplex and Zip Cord: Simplex cables are one fiber, tight-buffered (coated with a 900 micron buffer over the primary buffer coating) with Kevlar (aramid fiber) strength members and jacketed for indoor use. The jacket is usually 3mm (1/8 in.) diameter. Zipcord is simply two of these joined with a thin web. It's used mostly for patch cord and backplane applications, but zipcord can also be used for desktop connections.

Distribution Cables: They contain several tight-buffered fibers bundled under the same jacket with Kevlar strength members and sometimes fiberglass rod reinforcement to stiffen the cable and prevent kinking. These cables are small in size, and used for short, dry conduit runs, riser and plenum applications. The fibers are double buffered and can be directly terminated, but because their fibers are not individually reinforced, these cables need to be broken out with a "breakout box" or terminated inside a patch panel or junction box.

Breakout Cables: They are made of several simplex cables bundled together. This is a strong, rugged design, but is larger and more expensive than the distribution cables. It is suitable for conduit runs, riser and plenum applications. Because each fiber is individually reinforced, this design allows for quick termination to connectors and does not require patch panels or boxes. Breakout cable can be more economic where fiber count isn't too large and distances too long, because is requires so much less labor to terminate.

Loose Tube Cables: These cables are composed of several fibers together inside a small plastic tube, which are in turn wound around a central strength member and jacketed, providing a small, high fiber count cable. This type of cable is ideal for outside plant trunking applications, as it can be made with the loose tubes filled with gel or water absorbent powder to prevent harm to the fibers from water. It can be used in conduits, strung overhead or buried directly into the ground. Since the fibers have only a thin buffer coating, they must be carefully handled and protected to prevent damage.

Ribbon Cable: This cable offers the highest packing density, since all the fibers are laid out in rows, typically of 12 fibers, and laid on top of each other. This way 144 fibers only has a cross section of about 1/4 inch or 6 mm! Some cable designs use a "slotted core" with up to 6 of these 144 fiber ribbon assemblies for 864 fibers in one cable! Since it's outside plant cable, it's gel-filled for water blocking.

Armored Cable: Cable installed by direct burial in areas where rodents are a problem usually have metal armoring between two jackets to prevent rodent penetration. This means the cable is conductive, so it must be grounded properly.

Aerial Cable: Aerial cables are for outside installation on poles. They can be lashed to a messenger or another cable (common in CATV) or have metal or aramid strength members to make them self supporting.

Even more types are available: every manufacturer has it's own favorites, so it's a good idea to get literature from as many cable makers as possible. And check out the little guys; often they can save you a bundle by making special cable just for you, even in relative small quantities.

In the diagrams below please find below pictures indicating the PC tower or File Server ethernet signal being converted and extended via fiber optic cable. Click On The Pictures Below For Specific Information On How To Use Your Outdoor CAT 5E Cable Using The Aerial Method Or the Underground Method.

From Your Home Office or Desktop

-to another commercial building

-to another building- or residential locations-resorts-boat docks-garages

Or Placing Your CAT 5e Cable Underground

 

All Our Cables Have A

To RUN YOUR ETHERNET SIGNAL MORE THAN 300 FEET WITHOUT WIRELESS- By USING FIBER OPTIC CABLE Here Are Some Simple Steps and Recommendations- If you run into problems- feel free to call us at (866) 342-3721 for FREE engineering assistance

To Extend Your Computer Signal More Than 300 Feet Using Fiber Optic Cable- (How To Install A Fiber optic Cable)

(1) Diagram (1)In this diagram below you see two networks-the GRAYLINE indicating a LAN that ties in any commuter system using CAT 5e or CAT 6 ethernet UTP copper cable to a media converter and or a switch and the RED LINE or LINK Below indicating up to a 2 kilometer link using fiber optic cable. The fiber optic cable in this diagram shows using singlemode fiber optic cable. In many situations one can use multimode cable that is rated as an 'indoor- outdoor' fiber optic cable as well- instead of a singlmode cable. The other important components in designing your system in knowing the length of your cable runs- and always include a minimum of 10% additional cable for "overage" or miscalculation. You would hate to have a 1000 foot custom fiber optic cable made - only to find out you needed 1025 feet! You also need to let us know what type of fiber optic CONNECTORS you ned that will connect the FIBER OPTIC MEDIA CONVERTER to the FIBER CABLE. Typically most people use SC or ST, LC being used mostly for commercial applications which use Cisco routers or other higher end switches and routers.

 

(2) Diagram (2) In this diagram you clearly see the PC on the left- it could be your office , home or any locations. The PC is plugged into your ethernet switch or router (or sometimes both).Then there is an ethernet CAT 5e patch cord or CAT 6 patch cable tying the ethernet switch to the fiber optic media converter.The signal goes into the fiber optic media converter- GETS CONVERTED into digital light pulses which go through the other end of the fiber cable into your other media converter. The fiber optic media converter can be from 10Mbps-100- 1000 or a multi use media converter with several speeds. The YELLOW LINE indicates a fiber optic cable which can be mulitmode or singlemode- and this distance can be from 100 meters to 80 kilometers. You also need to let us know what type of fiber optic CONNECTORS you ned that will connect the FIBER OPTIC MEDIA CONVERTER to the FIBER CABLE. Typically most people use SC or ST, LC being used mostly for commercial applications which use Cisco routers or other higher end switches and routers.

We can supply you with all part numbers and have everything pre-configured and pre- assembled from the patch cords to the fiber optic cable to the media converters- ALL WE NEED TO DO IS ASK YOU A FEW questions: You need to tell us is what lengths you need, the speeds, and the throughput. We will design at NO COST to you a solution the SAME DAY and typically ship the SAME DAY the product to you-provided you do not require customization in your network. A typical network would be something like this:

 

Due to severe fluctuations in the cost of oil, copper and raw goods- please call us first to get latest pricing on all CAT 5e and CAT 6 Patch Cords and patch cable copper cables

There are several ways to extend your Ethernet signal via fiber optic able from your home or office computer ETHERNET signal to another location. Whether you have a home office in the suburbs or out in the country-or want to extend your ethernet signal to a remote building such as a garage-or another remote building our outdoor rated CAT 5e cable is specifically designed for this purpose. You can purchase our outdoor CAT 5e direct bury cable or our outdoor rated shielded and outdoor aerial cable in pre-cut lengths which is already terminated and tested. All you have to do is plug it in and your system will be up. All our outdoor rated cables are guaranteed to work for lengths up to 290 feet. Per EIA/TIA specifications, all ethernet based equipment is manufacturer to work up to 90 meters. There are instances where you may want to extend the signal.In this case you may want to consider using fiber optic cable to extend your signal .

 

We Now Offer Outdoor Cat 5e Patch Cords-Cut Custom To Your Needs Please See Our Outdoor CAT 5e Cable Specifications-SPECS- Our Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords and Outdoor Patch Cables are pre-cut to a specific length- then terminated on both ends - tested and shipped the same day

There are several ways to extend your home or office computer ETHERNET signal to another location. Whether you have a home office in the suburbs or out in the country-or want to extend your ethernet signal to a remote building such as a garage-or another remote building our outdoor rated CAT 5e cable is specifically designed for this purpose. You can purchase our outdoor CAT 5e direct bury cable or our outdoor rated shielded and outdoor aerial cable in pre-cut lengths which is already terminated and tested. All you have to do is plug it in and your system will be up. All our outdoor rated cables are guaranteed to work for lengths up to 290 feet. Per EIA/TIA specifications, all ethernet based equipment is manufactured to work up to 90 meters. There are instances where you may want to extend the signal.In this case you may want to consider using fiber optic cable to extend your signal .Please click here for more information.HOW TO EXTEND YOUR ETHERNET SIGNAL USING FIBER OPTIC CABLE

 

Outdoor rated CAT 5e patch cords-outdoor rated patch cables- outdoor CAT 6 patch cords are used to extend the ethernet (your computer signal) outdoors over aerial cables, underground through HDPE or pvc conduit, or direct bury with our direct bury rated CAT 5e cables.

Please See Our Outdoor CAT 5e Cable Specifications SPECS- Our Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords and Outdoor Patch Cables are pre-cut to a specific length- then terminated on both ends - tested and shipped the same day

Part Number
CAT 5e Outdoor Rated Patch Cords Description
Color
Price
560-125-015-OSP
15 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 25.00
560-125-020-OSP
25 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 27.00
560-125-035-OSP
35 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 30.00
560-125-040-OSP
40 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 35.00
560-125-050-OSP
50 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 38.00
560-125-100-OSP
100 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 48.00
560-125-125-OSP
125 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 72.00
560-125-150-OSP
150 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 80.00
560-125-175-OSP
175Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 88.00
560-125-200-OSP
200 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 108.00
560-125-225-OSP
225 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 118.00
560-125-250-OSP
250Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 128.00
560-125-275-OSP
275 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 138.OO
Custom Lengths-Call
Custom Outdoor Patch Cords- Call
Black
CALL

This all weather Super CAT 5e cable is an outdoor rated CAT 5e cable that can be installed directly in the ground, inside a duct or aerially lashed to a support member. We carry several varieties of outdoor CAT 5e cable from the CMX direct bury for underground uses, the CMXT for UV above ground, aerial and in conditions where a light shielding is required, and the CMXFT CAT 5e outdoor cable for aerial applications. The CMX CAT 5e direct bury cable is fully flooded and has a tough UV and abrasion resistant black polyethylene jacket. The cable is designed to withstand temperatures as low as -70degrees C (Celsius) and as high as 75 degrees C. Data transmission rates are up to 100Ms/second. These cables are the ideal solution for connecting LAN terminal locations outside the main building such as portable classrooms without the need to use expensive optical fiber systems .Optional aluminum or steel shielding systems provide additional protection for EMI and damage caused by rodents. SEE THIS PAGE FOR CONSTRUCTING LAN TO LAN NETWORK IN ANOTHER BUILDING.

Outdoor CAT5e Cable-Outdoor CAT6 Cable-We Now Offer Outdoor Cat 5e Patch Cords-Cut Custom To Your Needs!

Offer Valid with 25 or more boxes sold- see terms and conditions

CAT 5E DIRECT BURY GEL FILLED CABLE

CAT 5e Outdoor Rated Cable -Standard-Part Number: ATSK5E-1KUTP-CMX-BK CAT5E 350MHz, Cable, 24AWG, UTP, 4 Pairs, Solid, 1000', UV Jacket for Outdoor Use, (CMX) Cable, Black

Cost $ 179.00 /1000 FT -Please Call For Discounts! (866) 342-3721

  • 4-pair shielded twisted pair cable
  • Easy to read Numbered Foot Marking On Outside Of Cable Jacket
  • 24AWG solid bare copper conductor
  • Pairs are wrapped in a Thixatropic water protective gel
  • Meets or exceeds Cat5e specifications
  • High-density polyethylene insulation, PVC jacket
  • Foot-marked cable packaged in EZ pull box
  • Ideal for 10Base-T(IEEE 802.3), 100Base-TX(IEEE 802.3u), 100 Vg-AnyLAN(IEEE 802.12), Token Ring(IEEE 802.5), TP-PMD(ANSI X3T9.5), 350 Mbps CDDI, ATM 155 and voice
  • CM/CMR rated for use in walls and conduit in ceiling
  • verified compliant with EIA/TIA standards by UL and ETL
  • UL/CSA listed

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PRICING-Ask For Quantity Discounts
Quantity (1) Cost $ 189.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity (2-5) Cost $ 179.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity (6-10) Cost $ 175.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity 10+ Please Call (866) 342-3721

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CAT 5e OSP Rated -UV Rated- ALUMINUM SHIELD CABLE

Part Number: ATSK5E-1KUTP-CMXT Mylar CAT 5e Aluminum Shielded Cable CAT5E 350MHz, Cable, 24AWG, UTP, 4 Pairs, Solid, 1000', Outdoor Aerial/Duct Cable, Mylar Foil & Water Proof Tape, FRPE Jacket, Direct Burial, (CMX) Cable, Pull Box, Black.

  • 4-pair shielded twisted pair cable
  • Easy to read Numbered Foot Marking On Outside Of Cable Jacket
  • 24AWG solid bare copper conductor
  • Pairs are wrapped in a mylar foil aluminum shield/wrap
  • Meets or exceeds Cat5e specifications
  • High-density polyethylene insulation, PVC jacket
  • Foot-marked cable packaged in EZ pull box
  • Ideal for 10Base-T(IEEE 802.3), 100Base-TX(IEEE 802.3u), 100 Vg-AnyLAN(IEEE 802.12), Token Ring(IEEE 802.5), TP-PMD(ANSI X3T9.5), 350 Mbps CDDI, ATM 155 and voice
  • CM/CMR rated for use in walls and conduit in ceiling
  • verified compliant with EIA/TIA standards by UL and ETL
  • UL/CSA listed

Cost $ 189.00 /1000 FT -Please Call For Discounts! (866) 342-3721

PRICING-Ask For Quantity Discounts
Quantity (1) Cost $ 189.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity (2-5) Cost $ 179.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity (6-10) Cost $ 175.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity 10+ Please Call (866) 342-3721

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CAT 5e OSP Rated Direct Bury -AERIAL CABLE WITH MESSENGER

OUTDOOR AERIAL

PRICING-Ask For Quantity Discounts
Quantity (1) Cost $ 189.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity (2-5) Cost $ 179.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity (6-10) Cost $ 175.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity 10+ Please Call (866) 342-3721

DUCT CABLE: Part Number: ATSK5E-1KUTP-CMXFT CAT5E 350MHz, Cable, 24AWG, UTP, 4 Pairs, Solid, 1000', Outdoor Aerial/Duct Cable, Flooded Core, With Drain Wire, Direct Burial, FRPE Jacket, (CMX) Cable, Pull Box, Black

  • 4-pair shielded twisted pair cable
  • Easy to read Numbered Foot Marking On Outside Of Cable Jacket
  • 24AWG solid bare copper conductor
  • Pairs are wrapped in a mylar foil aluminum shield/wrap
  • Meets or exceeds Cat5e specifications
  • High-density polyethylene insulation, PVC jacket
  • Foot-marked cable packaged in EZ pull box
  • Ideal for 10Base-T(IEEE 802.3), 100Base-TX(IEEE 802.3u), 100 Vg-AnyLAN(IEEE 802.12), Token Ring(IEEE 802.5), TP-PMD(ANSI X3T9.5), 350 Mbps CDDI, ATM 155 and voice
  • CM/CMR rated for use in walls and conduit in ceiling
  • verified compliant with EIA/TIA standards by UL and ETL
  • UL/CSA listed

Cost $ 189.00 /1000 FT -Please Call For Discounts! (866) 342-3721
PRICING-Ask For Quantity Discounts
Quantity (1) Cost $ 189.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity (5-10) Cost $ 179.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity (10-15) Cost $ 175.00 /1000 Feet/each
Quantity 10+ Please Call (866) 342-3721

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We Ship Custom CAT 5e OSP Cables Same Day!

CAT 5e Outdoor Rated Patch Cord Pricing-Outdoor Rated CAT 5e Patch Cords- Not Molded

American Data Supply will Custom Cut Your OSP Cable and Custom Connectorize Your Outside Plant Cable- and SHIP IT THE SAME DAY! ( for an additional cost)

CAT 5e Outdoor Rated Patch Cords

Part Number
CAT 5e Outdoor Rated Patch Cords Description- NOT Shielded
Color
Price
560-125-015-OSP
15 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 25.00
560-125-020-OSP
25 Foot dOutdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 27.00
560-125-035-OSP
35 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 30.00
560-125-040-OSP
40 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 35.00
560-125-050-OSP
50 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 38.00
560-125-100-OSP
100 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 48.00
560-125-125-OSP
125 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 72.00
560-125-150-OSP
150 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 80.00
560-125-175-OSP
175Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 88.00
560-125-200-OSP
200 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 108.00
560-125-225-OSP
225 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 118.00
560-125-250-OSP
250Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 128.00
560-125-275-OSP
275 Foot Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords
Black
$ 138.OO
Custom Lengths-Call
Custom Outdoor Patch Cords- Call
Black
CALL

CAT 5e Shielded Patch Cords

Part Number-Shielded

Shielded CAT 5e Outdoor UV Rated Rated Patch Cables With Mylar Shielding & Drain Wire
Color
Price
560-125-015-OSP
15 Foot Shielded Outdoor Rated CAT 5e Patch Cables
Black
$ 30.00
560-125-250-OSP
25 Foot Shielded Outdoor Rated CAT 5e Patch Cables
Black
$ 35.00
560-125-030-OSP
30 Foot Shielded Outdoor Rated CAT 5e Patch Cables
Black
$ 38.00
560-125-050-OSP
50 Foot Shielded Outdoor Rated CAT 5e Patch Cables
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We Now Offer Outdoor Cat 5e Patch Cords-Cut Custom To Your NeedsPlease See Our Outdoor CAT 5e Cable Specifications-SPECS- Our Outdoor Rated CAT 5e patch cords and Outdoor Patch Cables are pre-cut to a specific length- then terminated on both ends - tested and shipped the same day

OUTDOOR Rated CAT 5e CABLE CAT 5e Outdoor Cable: Part # American Data Supply 763108 CAT 5e Outdoor Cable-1000' Outdoor Rated Category 5e Heavy Duty Industrial Grade Ethernet Cable - Sunlight/UV/Oil Resistant Jacket Suitable for Burial - Unshielded with Unbonded Pairs - Black Coat, PC Connection's Enhanced Category 5e Flooded Outdoor Ethernet cable is made from 4-pair, 24AWG solid copper wire, enclosed in an outdoor rated, moisture and chemical resistant black polyethylene jacket. Flooding compound surrounds the twisted pairs, providing additional moisture protection. This cable is engineered to meet or exceed ANSI/TIA/EIA 568-B.2 performance criteria for 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet applications-Extreme outdoor gel filled, UV rated, plenum, Cat 5e cable. Perfect for extreme weather conditions. Can be ran exposed or buried.

Part # American Data Supply 763108 List Price $310.00 per 1000 ft

Our Price $ 189.95/1000 feet CALL FOR VOLUME DISCOUNTS

OUTDOOR Rated CAT 6 CABLE CAT 5e Outdoor Cable: Part # American Data Supply 765108 CAT 6 Outdoor Cable-1000' Outdoor Rated CAT 6- Category 6-Heavy Duty Industrial Grade Ethernet Cable - Sunlight/UV/Oil Resistant Jacket Suitable for Burial - Unshielded with Unbonded Pairs - Black Coat, PC Connection's Enhanced Category 5e Flooded Outdoor Ethernet cable is made from 4-pair, 24AWG solid copper wire, enclosed in an outdoor rated, moisture and chemical resistant black polyethylene jacket. Flooding compound surrounds the twisted pairs, providing additional moisture protection. This cable is engineered to meet or exceed ANSI/TIA/EIA 568-B.2 performance criteria for 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet applications-Extreme outdoor gel filled, UV rated, plenum, Cat 6e cable. Perfect for extreme weather conditions. Can be ran exposed or buried. THIS IS CATEGORY 6 -CAT 6 Outdoor cable. CAT 6 Cable Specifications Click Here

OUTDOOR CAT 6 Part Number American Data Supply 765108 List Price $590.00 per 1000 ft

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Part # 765108 CAT 6 Outdoor Cable Spec's- Outdoor Cat 6 pdf

OUTDOOR Rated CAT 5e CABLE CAT 5e Outdoor Cable CAT 5e Outoor Cable - NON- Shielded- Ideal for simple pulls or installations for underground or aerial applications- No Rodent or Strength Member Requirements(miminum 1,000 Foot Order)

American Data Supply Part Number American Data Supply 763108 List Price $310.00 per 1000 ft

Our Price $ 189.95/1000 feet CALL FOR VOLUME DISCOUNTS

ALUMINUM SHIELDED OUTDOOR Rated CAT 5e CABLE CAT 5e Outdoor CableAmerican Data Supply 763208 Aluminum Shielded Cable (Call For Minimum Order) -Aluminum Shielded Cable (Call For Minimum rder)-1000FT OSP Broadband Cat5e Steel Shielded Cable - 4 pair-Category 5e OSP cables are designed to provide extension of the LAN beyond the premises. AluminumShielded for protection against EMI/RFI. A variety of constructions are available to suit multiple environmental needs.

STEEL SHIELDED OUTDOOR Rated CAT 5e CABLE CAT 5e Outdoor CableAmerican Data Supply 763308 Steel Shielded Cable (Call For Minimum Order)-1000FT OSP Broadband Cat5e Steel Shielded Cable - 4 pair-Category 5e OSP cables are designed to provide extension of the LAN beyond the premises. Steel Shielded for protection against EMI/RFI. A variety of constructions are available to suit multiple environmental needs.The ultimate in OSP rated CAT 5e cable.

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American Data Supply 763108 CAT 5e Outoor Cable-1000' Outdoor Rated Category 5e Heavy Duty Industrial Grade Ethernet Cable - Sunlight/UV/Oil Resistant Jacket Suitable for Burial - Unshielded with Unbonded Pairs - Black Coat, PC Connection's Enhanced Category 5e Flooded Outdoor Ethernet cable is made from 4-pair, 24AWG solid copper wire, enclosed in an outdoor rated, moisture and chemical resistant black polyethylene jacket. Flooding compound surrounds the twisted pairs, providing additional moisture protection. This cable is engineered to meet or exceed ANSI/TIA/EIA 568-B.2 performance criteria for 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet applications-Extreme outdoor gel filled, UV rated, plenum, Cat 5e cable. Perfect for extreme weather conditions. Can be ran exposed or buried.

ListPrice: $ 310/1000 feet, Our Price $ 189.99/1000 Feet- Discount Available!!Call (866) 342-3721

Our American Data Supply 763108 CAT 5e Outoor Cable-1000' Outdoor Rated Category 5e Heavy Duty Industrial Grade Ethernet Cable is not the same as you can buy at 'retails stores that is rated as "indoor-outdoor'- this is the real mccoy and can be direct buried into the ground.

Tough CAT1000 Data Cables- Outdoor Rated CAT 6 Cable-For industrial and harsh environments- There are minimum purchasing requirements - please call (866) 342-3721 for details.Part Number: American Data Supply 1105508-Plenum Part Number: American Data Supply 1005508-RiserPart Number: American Data Supply 1105708-PatchToughCAT1000 Data Cables-For industrial and harsh environments / TIA/EIA Category 6 UTP / 4 pair 23 AWG plenum and riser / 24 AWG patchcord

RATINGS & SPECIFICATIONS
Exceeds TIA/EIA-568-B.2-1 Category 6, ISO/IEC 11801; Plenum meets CMP, FT-6; Riser meets CMR, FT-4

Outdoor Cables


D700L, D703L, D740L, D750L, R700L, DR700L, R740L, DR740L, S423L, S448L, C227L and C1017L series Outdoor Cables-Long-haul cables-Aeria Cables- Burieal Cable-Cable Duct and low temperature conditions .

Chromatic Technologies offers over 200 versions of outdoor cables. They are designed to handle everything Mother Nature can throw at them and keep a network running. They're designed for long haul networking, interbuilding, campus LAN, trunking and local loop applications for interbuilding, above or below ground conduit, direct buried or lashed installations. They handle IEEE 802.3 for 1000 Base SX/LX (1000 Mbps), 100 Base F (100 Mbps) and 10 Base F (10 Mbps); ATM 155 Mbps, 622 Mbps, 1.2/2.4 Gbps; Fibre Channel FC-PH (1062 Mbps); IEEE 802.5 (16 Mbps); FDDI (100 Mbps); ICEA 83-596; TIA/EIA-568B; BellCore GR-409 & GR-20; RUS 1753F-601 (PE 90).

Options include:

Loose buffered armored and armored single jacket (D700L & D703L)
Loose buffered dielectric single jacket and double jacket (D740L & D750L)
RUS-listed loose buffered armored flooded and armored dry blocked (R700L & DR700L)
RUS-listed loose buffered dielectric flooded and dry-blocked (R740L & DR740L)
Loose buffered single and double jacket low temperature (C227L & C1017L)
Single tube loose buffered dielectric and armored (S423L & S448L)


Features:
Loose buffered designs
Dry blocked core eliminates the need to clean the cable, saving installation time
Loose tube S-Z stranded for mid span access
Singlemode, multimode and hybrid fiber cables available
Color coded for easy identification
FDDI, ATM, Fibre Channel, Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet and Token Ring guaranteed performance

Multi Mode Cables
Outdoor OSP
Military Cables
Security Cables
Coax Cables
Dielectric Cables
Datacom/Central Office Cables
Video Conferencing

Our outdoor rated CAT 5e cable is available in 500 foot- 1000 foot reels as well as custom lengths- since the outdoor rated CAT 5e cable is based on the cost of oil-you need to call us at (866) 342-3721 to get the latest pricing. Generally the outdoor rated CAT 5e Cable costs from$ 150-$ 195 per 1000 foot reel. With custom lengths of the outdoor rated CAT 5e cable there is also a cut charge. We can normally ship the same day of order is placed before 1pm Pacific Time.

American Data Supply Carries thousands of types of cables from the below manufacturers for CAT 5e cable, CAT 5e Plenum, CAT 6 plenum, CAT 6 cable and Outdoor Rated CAT 5e Cable

American Data Supply 763208 Aluminum Shielded Cable (Call For Minimum Order) -Aluminuml Shielded Cable (Call For Minimum rder)-1000FT OSP Broadband Cat5e Steel Shielded Cable - 4 pair-Category 5e OSP cables are designed to provide extension of the LAN beyond the premises. AluminumShielded for protection against EMI/RFI. A variety of constructions are available to suit multiple environmental needs.

American Data Supply 763308 Steel Shielded Cable (Call For Minimum Order)-1000FT OSP Broadband Cat5e Steel Shielded Cable - 4 pair-Category 5e OSP cables are designed to provide extension of the LAN beyond the premises. Steel Shielded for protection against EMI/RFI. A variety of constructions are available to suit multiple environmental needs.The ultimate in OSP rated CAT 5e cable.

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CAT 5e Bulk Cable- CAT 6 Bulk Cable- Wholesale CAT 6 Cable

American Data Supply Carries a complete line of stub cable, transition cable, and PE 89 direct bury copper telephone cables including the Seal Pic FSF PE 89 and Seal Pic FSF PE 39 cables which come in 25 pair PE 89 to 200 pair PE 89 configurations. The PE 89 or Seal Pic FSF PE 89 and Seal Pic FSF PE 39 cables are used for distribution and long distance networks. The Seal Pic FSF 89 comes in 22 gauge and 24 gauge copper cable. The Seal Pic FSF 39 cables come in 19 gauge and 22 gauge coper. These cables are installed into ducts. One of our manufacturers, Hesfibel provided the majority of the recent Times Warner build out and operates on the principle of minimum error and the provision of high quality products and total customer satisfaction. Hesfibel has been awarded the TSE-ISO 9002 quality certification since 1993.

Stub Cable- Transition Cable-PE 89, 25 Pair PE 89, Copper Telecom Cables,Seal Pic FSF PE 89- Transition Cables- Seal Pic FSF PE 39- Stub Cables- Direct Bury Copper Telecom Cables-Icky Pick

American Data Supply Carries PE – 89 Communication Cable which comes in a six (6) pair cable configurations up to 2400 pairs manufactured for the purpose of direct burial systems communication applications in accordance with the National Electric Code.Conductor construction is soft drawn bare copper meeting the requirements of ASTM Specification B-3. The conductors are 22 awg solid copper.The conductors are insulated with polyethylene (PE) in distinctive colors to facilitate pair identification and are twisted into pairs with varying lays to minimize crosstalk.The interstices between the pairs are filled with an 80 C filling compound and covered with a low density, high molecular weight black polyethylene (PE).American Data Supply Carries a complete line of stub cable, transition cable, andPE 89 direct bury copper telephone cables including the Seal Pic FSF PE 89 and Seal Pic FSF PE 39 cables which come in 25 pair to 200 pair PE 89 configurations. The PE 89 or Seal Pic FSF PE 89 and Seal Pic FSF PE 39 cables are used for distribution and long distance networks. The Seal Pic FSF 89 comes in 22 gauge and 24 gauge copper cable. The Seal Pic FSF 39 cables come in 19 gauge and 22 gauge coper. These cables are installed into ducts. One of our manufacturers, Hesfibel provided the majority of the recent Times Warner build out and operates on the principle of minimum error and the provision of high quality products and total customer satisfaction. Hesfibel has been awarded the TSE-ISO 9002 quality certification since 1993.

 

For More Information On Any of the Products Below- Just click on the Pictures -More Information and Specifications For PE 39 and PE 89 Below

PE 89 Application:
For use in wet environments where protection from moisture is required. Approved for direct burial, duct or aerial installations when supported by a messenger.PE 89 Conductors:
Solid soft bare annealed copper. Individual conductors are twisted into pairs with varying lay lengths to minimize crosstalk.PE 89 Insulation:
Dual layer of foamed polyolefin and solid polyolefin.PE 89 Filling Compound:
Cable core is filled with an extended thermoplastic rubber (ETPR) filling the interstices between the pairs and under the core tape.PE 89 Core Wrap:
Non-hygroscopic, dielectric tape with overlap.PE89 Shield:
Corrugated, copolymer coated, 8-mil aluminum tape longitudinally applied with overlap. The shield interfaces are flooded with an adhesive compound to provide a moisture barrier and inhibit corrosion.PE 89 Jacket:
Black, sunlight-resistant, linear low-density polyethylene.Additional Standards:
• ANSI/ICEA S-84-608-1994 • RUS 7 CFR 1755.890 (formerly REA PE-8

Stub Cable Stub Cable- Stub Cable is factory process filled cable that is cut to customer specified lengths eliminating time-consuming cable preparation at the customer job site. The Stub Cable features a factory installed pneumatic cable "block" on one end of the cable (a variety of cable types are available; 22, 24, 26 gauge cable with pair counts from 50 to 1800 pair sizes). The cable block prevents air and/or filling compound leakage from pressurized cable plant to non-pressurized cable plant. The cable block is typically located 120 inches from one end of the cable and is sealed using state of the art blocking compounds. The cable block is small in diameter relative to the cable diameter to minimize obstructions and clearances from adjacent cable plant. Transition cable- Transition Cable is a factory processed filled cable that is pre-cut to custom lengths. This eliminates time-consuming on-site preparation and the use of hazardous cleaning chemicals in the field. Additionally, cables can be provided with optional factory-installed connector modules and pulling eyes.

American Data Supply Carries PE – 89 Communication Cable which comes in a six (6) pair cable configurations up to 2400 pairs manufactured for the purpose of direct burial systems communication applications in accordance with the National Electric Code.Conductor construction is soft drawn bare copper meeting the requirements of ASTM Specification B-3. The conductors are 22 awg solid copper.The conductors are insulated with polyethylene (PE) in distinctive colors to facilitate pair identification and are twisted into pairs with varying lays to minimize crosstalk.The interstices between the pairs are filled with an 80 C filling compound and covered with a low density, high molecular weight black polyethylene (PE).Part Numbers: Please Note after ATSPE89 or ATSPE39 is the "number of copper cables" PE 89 Cables: ATSPE89-50PE 39 Cables: ATSPE39-50

Application:

Suitable for use as direct burial communication applications where protection against water and moisture entry is a critical requirement. PE – 89 is recommended where rodent attack is possible.SEAL PIC-FSF  is designed as a duct, aerial or direct burial cable in either exchange area service or trunk service.  The core is filled with an 80 degree Centigrade filling compound and the sheath interfaces  are flooded with a flooding compound.  The polymer coating provides additional corrosion protection for the aluminum shield.

Construction:

Conductor: Soft drawn bare copper (ASTM Spec. B-3). Solid (22 awg)

The assembly is then wrapped with two metal shield tapes:

- A corrugated .008" thick polymer coated aluminum tape and a corrugated .006" polymer coated steel tape.

REA PE-89

  • CONDUCTOR:    Solid annealed bare copper, sizes 19 AWG (.9mm ), 22 AWG  (.64mm), and 24 AWG (.5mm).

    INSULATION:    Inner layer of foamed natural polyolefin covered by outer layer of solid colored polyolefin, color coded in accordance with standard telephone industry code.

    TWISTED PAIRS:    Individual conductors twisted into pairs with varying lays to minimize crosstalk and with specified color combinations to provide pair identification. 

    CABLE ASSEMBLY:    Cables having 25 pairs or less are assembled in a single group.  Cables having more than 25 pairs are assembled in units, each individually identified by color coded unit binders.  The interstices between the pairs are filled with an 80 degree Centigrade filling compound.

    CORE COVERING:    Non-hygroscopic dielectric tape.

    SHIELD:     SEALPIC-FSF-Electrically continuous 0.008 in. (0.2mm) thick polymer coated, corrugated aluminum tape applied longitudinally with overlapped edges and flooded with a flooding compound.

    JACKET:    Black polyethylene.

  • IDENTIFICATION AND LENGTH MARKING:    Manufacturer's identification, pair count, conductor size, and year of manufacture are surface marked on the jacket at 2ft. intervals.  Sequentially numbered length markings are located at alternate 2 ft. intervals.

 

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