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What Are Yellow Fiber Optic Cables?
Yellow Single Mode Fiber Optic Optical Fiber Cables
Yellow fiber optic cables are single mode cables, which means they transmit data through one slender string of fiberglass rather than multiple. Single mode cables are capable of near unlimited bandwidth.
by Vikas Dayal • September 15, 2023
Yellow fiber optic cables are single mode cables, which means they transmit data through one slender string of fiberglass rather than multiple. Single mode cables are capable of near unlimited bandwidth. Learn from Cables.com when you might consider investing in single mode fiber optic cable for your home or business data center.
As mentioned in our last blog, one of the most important things to learn about fiber optic cables is that they’re color-coded to identify their purpose. For example: an orange cable jacket indicates that the cord is an OM1 or OM2 cable, while yellow identifies a cable as OS1, or Single mode. Previously, we discussed multi mode orange and aqua fiber optic cables and their uses. This time we're going to take a look at yellow cables.
When should you consider purchase single single mode fiber optic cable rather than multi mode fiber cable? You might believe that more is better, and so multi mode optical fiber will operate father and more efficiently than single mode - but you would be mistaken! Believe it or not, single mode fiber's single transmission mode is capable of carrying higher bandwidth. When it comes to transmission distance, single mode emerges the victor by a long shot - its single glass fiber strand transmit 1 to 10 gigs of data and 1080p resolution up to twice as far as OM1, OM2, OM3, or OM4 fiber optic cables. Though a single mode cable's fiber core is significantly smaller than a multi mode cable core, it packs a real punch.
Investing in OS2 Optical Fiber Cables for Your Home or Business
Cables.com offers a broad variety of high-quality cables and accessories for your single mode cable setup. Beginning with the basics, our Singlemode LC to LC 9/125 Micron fiber optic cables are built to ensure that your network functions reliably. These cables contain ceramic ferrules designed for optimal data transfer and include the highest quality corning glass available, meeting industry standard loss in Insertion and Return, in lengths from 1 meter to 20 meters. You can find these fiber optic cables here at Cables.com for the lowest prices online, delivered with the best service you'll find compared to any other retailers.
Like our multi mode orange and aqua cables, our complete line of OS2 Single Mode Fiber Optic Cables are available in the 9/125 LC/LC Micron, 9/125 LC/SC Fiber Optic Cables, 9/125 LC/ST Fiber Optic Cables, and 9/125 SC/SC Fiber Optic Cables as well as flexboot and simplex cables in varying lengths and configurations.
Our Cables are built to perform beyond expectations, exceed industry standards, and last a lifetime.
Bulk Fiber Optic Cable and Custom Color Cables
For your convenience, our 9/125 OS1 Single Mode Patch Cables can also be ordered in custom lengths and configurations by using our unique, Cable Configuration tool . Fiber optic cable is not cheap, but you can minimize your overhead by buying bulk fiber optic cable from Cables.com. We carry bulk network cable in 1000-ft rolls for installation professionals who go through a lot of cable in the installation and/or maintenance of their applications and projects. Instead of paying premium prices for piecemeal materials, stock up and pay less per foot with your bulk fiber cable order. You can even choose smaller multipacks of 50 to 101.
Which Yellow Single Mode Fiber Optic Cable is Right for You?
Unsure of what cables are best for you? Visit our Quick Patch Finder for Network Cables and Power Cordsfor some assistance. This handy engine allows you to browse a variety of lengths and uses based on you and/or your organization's particular needs. You can also reach out to us directly at 631-617-5190, or at (800) 372-3725 Toll Free. To contact us online, fill in the form and we'll message you in response so we can get to work meeting your data needs.