10.18.2007 08:55 AM
Belden Brilliance fiber-optic cable stands up to rugged environments

Belden has launched its redesigned Brilliance Tactical Fiber-Optic cables for rigorous outdoor applications.

Easily transportable in mobile trucks, the small, lightweight tactical fiber-optic cables offer a rugged, yet flexible construction that makes them well suited for electronic newsgathering (ENG) vehicles, outdoor sports and other public events with digital camera transmission.

Designed to military standards, Belden Tactical Fiber-Optic cables are ruggedly constructed to ensure maximum performance and reliability over a broad range of outdoor temperatures and weather conditions. The single-mode, tight, buffered cables feature an aramid yarn strength member and tough, sunlight-resistant polyurethane outer jacket. This makes them highly resistant to environmental conditions, as well as to abrasion, crushing and cut-through.

For more information, visit www.belden.com.


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