Our Indoor Plenum Interlocking Armored preterminated fiber optic assemblies help save money and time in indoor applications where innerduct or conduit is necessary, or in heavy traffic areas which require extra protection. Although this option is priced higher than standard indoor cable, it outweighs its overall price when compared the cost of purchasing innerduct, indoor fiber, and installation for both.
The Interlocking Armored Assemblies are standard cables inside a spirally wrapped aluminum interlocking armor which provides superior crush resistance. This type of cable is also useful for attic areas where the presence of rodents may exist. The jacket is rated for plenum spaces, and the fiber optic strands are exclusively Corning fiber.
QuickTreX® brand, custom "Fiber whips™" Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assemblies have a longstanding reputation for quality and reliability. When we receive your custom order, we build the assembly to your specifications using the finest materials to our exacting standards. The assembly is made in the USA by skilled technicians under controlled conditions and comes to you fully tested and ready for immediate installation.
Choose QuickTreX® brand, custom "Fiber whips™" for all of your Fiber Optic Cable installations because they are among the finest and most reliable that you can get anywhere.
>>> INDOOR (PLENUM) Best Suited for: This cable is rated for all indoor installations, including plenum rated spaces. A cable rated for plenum installation will have low-smoke characteristics as defined by the NFPA (National Fire Protection Agency).
Lead time: Varies usually between 1 to 3 days. Call or email Sales at 888-568-1230 option 1 for a current estimated time.
NOTE: Due to the fact that this is a custom made cable assembly, it is non-cancelable and non-returnable. Please choose your product description and specifications carefully.
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