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Fiber Optic Cable
Fiber Optic Cable Types: Single Mode & Multimode
Fiber Optic Cables (sometimes spelled "fibre optic") come in two fiber optic cable types, single mode fiber or multimode fiber. Cables.com offers a wide variety of ready-made Fiber Optic Cables, Fiber Optic Patch Cables, Fiber Optic Connectors, Fiber Optic Cable in Bulk and Custom Made Fiber Cables for any application and installation in professional and home environments. If you are new to Fiber Optics, you can read a basic overview in our blog of How Does A Fiber Optic Cable Work?
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One of the most basic details you need to know about Fiber Optic Cables is what the different color jackets represent:
- OS2 Yellow Fiber Optic Color, also known as Singlemode
- OM1 Orange Fiber Optic Color, 62.5 Micron
- OM2 Orange Fiber Optic Color, 50 Micron
- OM3 Aqua Blue Fiber Optic Color, 50 micron, 10GB Rated
- OM4 Aqua Blue Fiber Optic Color 50 Micron, 40GB Rated
These fiber optic cables are strong and perfect for any project.
Our collection includes MTP 12-strand fiber, 10-Gig OM4 Aqua Fiber, 10-Gig OM3, 9/125 Single-mode cables, 50u/125 cables and 62.5u/125 cables. We carry many of these in stock as well as in warehouses across the country, ready for same day shipment (for orders placed before 2pm in your local time)! Need a non-standard length of fiber optic cables? With Datacomm Cables’ (Cables.com’s) unique, online custom configurator you can choose the length, cord and connector of your choice and place your order. You can also choose between a 6, 12 or 24 multi-strand system with all related connectors and accessories. We make it easy to buy high quality network cables, power cords and accessories in bulk, so you save money and find the items you need. You can read more about fiber optic cables in our blogBuy Fiber Optic Cables in bulk and save!
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT FIBER OPTIC CABLES
What is a fiber optic cable?
A fiber-optic cable, also known as an optical-fiber cable, is an assembly similar to an electrical cable, but containing one or more optical fibers that are used to carry light (per Wikipedia.
What are the different fiber optic cable types?
There are basically two main types of fiber optic cable: Single Mode and Multimode with a much less used plastic optical fiber (POF).
What does OS2 mean in Fiber?
Single mode OS2 fiber cable is an outdoor and loose tube fiber that is best utilized for outdoor use where there is less stress to the optical fibres. Placed inside fiber enclosures these Fiber Optic Cables will last a lifetime.
What is OM2 Fiber?
OM2 Fiber, typically an orange jacket and uses an LED light source but with similar core sizes of its counterparts. It supports up to 10 Gigbit Ethernet and lengths of up to 82 meeters or 246ft.
What is OM4 Fiber?
OM4 Fiber is a multimode fiber optic cable that is laser optimized and suitable for high banddwith applications.
Is Fiber Optic faster than 5G?
YES. Fiber optic cables have a higher bandwidth than 5G
Is Fibre Optic faster than WIFI?
YES. Fiber optic cables have faster transmission rates than wireless networks which become slower during peak usage.