Fibre Optic Installers
Whether you need a fibre optic backbone for a data cabling system, fibre to the desk, wind turnbines, solar farms, links between buildings across your school, or between floors within a building, we have the expertise to undertake any project.
Based in Lincolnshire working around the UK we can offer fibre optic cable installation services on renewable sites for Single mode OS1 and Multi-mode OM1 OM2 OM3 fibre optic cables with full OTDR testing services for a complete solution.
If you require a repair to any fibre optic Network, using our state of the art OTDR devices we can quickly identify issues. When the breakage has been identified we can field-joint the cable using our latest fusion splice equipment ensuring minimal db loss. This means that when we test the fibre it will still meet the industry standards and the fibre bandwidth will not be compromised.
Our Fibre optic engineers are fully equipped with the Fibre optic fusion splicing equipment and ODTR test equipment to ensure your fibre cable installations are installed to the highest quality for optimum performance.
Termination of fibre optic cables is completed by our in house fibre optic engineers, who is a specialists in working with a wide range of connector types. These include, ST, SC, LC, MT-RJ, as well as being fully trained to splice fibre optic cables and pigtails using the latest fibre optic splicers.
Fibre optic cable is a ground breaking technology that utilises threads of glass that are as thin as a human hair to send data from one source to another. Each individual glass thread within the cable is capable of sending amazing amounts of data via light waves.
Looking set to replace the existing metal cables, fibre optic cable has many advantages in that they have the ability of sending huge amounts of data over an increased bandwidth. This data is also sent digitally so there is no need for a modulator to decode the analogue data into digital data.
Where metal cable is vulnerable to electronic interference from other electric signals, fibre optic cable is far less susceptible. The cable is also much thinner than metal cable.Optical connection
The ever expanding internet and its natural ability to consume huge amounts of data is forcing the need to move to fibre optic cable. Internet users are demanding more data requirements to cope with the need to download High definition video, multimedia applications and Cloud Computing.