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An important component of the digital drive are the cables. These materials are widely used across numerous applications and industries.
The global cable market would expand in response to the rising use of cables in the power, telecommunication, automotive, and construction sectors.
The market for manufacturing communication and energy cables comprises companies, partnerships, and sole proprietors who sell communication and energy cables, as well as insulated fibre optic cable and insulated nonferrous cable made from nonferrous wire produced in other facilities.
The Global Bulk Cable market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
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Bulk cable is primarily utilised for long-distance connectivity or as a raw material in the manufacture of cables.
Bulk cable can be used for runs of a few feet or a few miles, depending on the application. Whatever its length, cable is a crucial component of structured communications, so its characteristics are important.
The extensive selection of bulk cable offered by L-COM is divided into six different technologies, including bulk cable for audio-video, coaxial, multi-conductor, ethernet, fibre optic, and USB. Due to their reliability and performance, 50 Ohm coax, ethernet, and fibre optic cables are the most widely used types.
Although bulkier cables are more difficult to work with, they are better for long runs because they have minimal loss.
An OM1 62.5/125 bulk cable from L-com with a duplex zipcord construction is called FOB16OM1PSZ-M. The fibre cable’s 1.6mm outer diameter makes it compatible with all types of common fibre optic connectors.
The flame-retardant, plenum-rated (OFNP), slate-colored jacket makes this cable perfect for deployments in data centres and other locations where regulations require this rating. This kind of cable is perfect for patch cable construction and for joining duplex devices, like transceivers.
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