• Ribbon design enables smaller cable outer diameter (OD) and reduced weight versus comparable flat ribbon designs
  • Rollable ribbon structure helps facilitate efficient mass fusion splicing and easy access to individual fibers for mid-span splice access
  • Loose tube design enables rugged installation performance and easier ribbon access versus alternative rollable ribbon cable designs
  • Gel-free design helps facilitate faster cable preparation
  • Robustness suitable for OSP design
  • Outstanding carrying capacity for ultrahigh-density applications
  • Rugged loose tube design features OFS rollable ribbon technology in individual polypropylene buffer tubes
  • Completely gel-free design
  • Fiber counts of 432, 576, 864, 1728 and 3456
  • Standard ribbon print marking with numbers and blocks for identification
  • Meets the mechanical and optical requirements of Telcordia GR-20 Issue 4 and ANSI/ICEA S-87-640 for outside plant (OSP) fiber optic cables
  • 432, 576, 864 and 1728 fiber count available in Dielectric or Armored Versions
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    This AccuTube+ RR Cable features Rollable Ribbons, OFS’ newest optical fiber ribbon design. To form these ribbons, individual 250 μm fibers are partially bonded to each other at intermittent points. This design allows for highly efficient ribbon splicing and easy individual fiber breakout. This ribbon design may also be "rolled” (compacted) and routed like individual fibers to facilitate use in smaller closures and splice trays.

    This cable’s completely gel-free water-blocking design also helps to reduce the time required to prepare cable ends and mid-span access which can help with reduced labor and splice costs.

    With up to 3456 fibers in a single cable, AccuTube+ RR Cable offers exceptional carrying capacity for high-growth, high-bandwidth applications. Optimized to help users achieve easy and cost-effective mass fusion splicing, this ultra-high-density cable helps to simplify installation and save on labor costs. In addition, this cable’s significantly greater fiber density offers the ability to expand the capacity of existing pathways and allows the use of smaller, lower-cost duct systems. For example, the 1728 fiber count cables have the ability to be routed in existing 1 1/4-inch pathways, while the 3456 fiber count cables are suited for 2-inch pathways.

    Cable Outer Diameter = 0.73 inches (18.6mm)