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OPTIX cable STRONG ZKS-XOTKtsFf 48x9/125 4T12F ITU-T G.652D 2.5kN

Manufacturer: Optix
Code: ZKS-XOTKTSFF-48X652D
Product model: ZKS-XOTKTSFF-48X652D
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OPTIX Cable STRONG ZKS-XOTKtsFf 2.0-3.0kN#

DUCT CABLE#

OPTIX Cable STRONG ZKS-XOTKtsFf 2.0-3.0kN
9/125 ITU-T G.652D
FEATURES
  • Improved rodent protection
  • Solid HDPE jacket
  • Water blocking construction
  • Designed for direct access in the ground
  • Resistance to high and low temperatures
  • Enhanced by corrugated steel tape
  • Practical and thin Ripcord

CABLE CONSTRUCTION#

  1. FRP rod
  2. Optical fibres in 0.25mm coloured coating
  3. Hydrophobic jelly
  4. Loose tube
  5. Ripcords to tear the outer jacket
  6. Filler
  7. Water blocking tape / yarns
  8. Corrugated steel tape
  9. HDPE outer jacket (black)

OPTIX STRONG ZKS-XOTKtsFf cable (Steel tape): an outdoor opto-telecommunication cable meant for installation in sewage canalisation as well as direct burial into the ground, a solid multi-tube construction with a dry sealed core, great durability against dragging, a central strengthening element (FRP rod), loose tube, gel and a water blocking construction (WB), armoured by a corrugated steel strip, HDPE shell -UV radation resistant, temperature range between -30°C and +70°C - an equivalent to the ZKS-XOTKtsFf. Maximum installation tension: 2000N-3000N.
All fibres and tubes of the cable adhere to the "EIA/TIA-598" colour coding standard. Each tube containing up to 12 fibres is filed with a hydrophobic gel to protect against moisture and vibrations. The cable core is safeguarded against water penetration by moisture absorbing yarns (WSY) and/or an anti-humidity tape' The cables tubes and filler elements are twisted along a central strengthening element - the FRP rod. Two threads molten into the cable shell (ripcords) ease the removal of the cables outer layer. The cables are meant for installation in sewage canalisation by pneumatic (cable blowing) and mechanical (cable pulling) means, as well as for direct burial into the ground, their construction provides protection of the glass fibres rodents and mechanical damage.
Product information
Cable
version
The total
amount of
fibres [pcs]
Weight
[kg/km]
(±10%)

Cable
[mm]
(±0.5)

Tube
[mm]
(±0.15)
Supporting
element/
Peripheral
reinforcement
Reinforcing
element
[mm] (±0.1)
Coating
material
& thickness
[mm] (±0.2)
Temp.
range
instalation
Temp.
range
operating
transport
Minimum
bending
radius
temporary
permanent
1T12F 12 150 11.3 1.5/2.1 Steel tape FRP(2.3) HDPE(1.5) -30° to +70°C -20° to +70°C 20D/10D
2T6F 12 150 11.3 1.5/2.1 Steel tape FRP(2.3) HDPE(1.5) -30° to +70°C -20° to +70°C 20D/10D
2T12F 24 150 11.3 1.5/2.1 Steel tape FRP(2.3) HDPE(1.5) -30° to +70°C -20° to +70°C 20D/10D
4T6F 24 150 11.3 1.5/2.1 Steel tape FRP(2.3) HDPE(1.5) -30° to +70°C -20° to +70°C 20D/10D
4T12F 48 150 11.3 1.5/2.1 Steel tape FRP(2.3) HDPE(1.5) -30° to +70°C -20° to +70°C 20D/10D
6T12F 72 150 11.3 1.5/2.1 Steel tape FRP(2.3) HDPE(1.5) -30° to +70°C -20° to +70°C 20D/10D
8T12F 96 185 12.5 1.5/2.1 Steel tape FRP inPE coat (2.5/3.5) HDPE(1.5) -30° to +70°C -20° to +70°C 20D/10D
12T12F 144 260 15.0 1.5/2.1 Steel tape FRP inPE coat (2.5/6.3) HDPE(1.5) -30° to +70°C -20° to +70°C 20D/10D

Mechanical parameters EN standard IEC standard 12F 24-96F 144F
Tensile Strength Installation EN 187000 IEC 60794-1-2-E1 2000N 2500N 3000N
Tensile Strength Operation EN 187000 IEC 60794-1-2-E1 1000N 1250N 1500N
Crushing resistance EN 187000, m.504 IEC 60794-1-2-E3 3000N (100x100mm) for 60 sec.
Repeated bending EN 187000, m.507 IEC 60794-1-2-E6 30 cycles [(20xD), 1kg]
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