Fibre Optic Cabling Midlands – We are fully trained and qualified to install Fibre Optic backbone systems and network links. We are able to supply, install and test all common types of optical fibre, including Multimode & Singlemode, with LC, ST and SC Connectors.
All of our Fibre Optic installations are carried out using the latest mechanically splicing technology. This ensures that insertion loss of the fibre cable is kept to a minimum.
Fibre Optic Cabling Midlands
Upon completion of our Fibre Optic Cabling installations, we provide full test results for each link installed, giving our customers peace of mind that their fibre optic link has been installed and terminated correctly but more importantly, will provide them with optimum performance.
Advantages of Fibre Optic Cabling:
- Faster Bandwidths over Longer Distances
- Offers Increased Security over Fibre
- Faster than Copper Cabling
- Reliable Data Transmissions
Fibre Testing – We are also available to test any of your existing fibre optic cables for faulty or suspected broken links. Upon locating any defected links, we are to repair or replace and provide full test results.
Our Fibre Cabling Services:
- OM1, OM2, OM3 and OM4 Multimode Fibre Links
- OS1, OS2 Singlemode Fibre Links
- Optical Fibre Backbone Cabling
- Fault Finding
- Fibre Optic Repair Service
- Cabinet to Cabinet Fibre Links
- Building to Building & Campus Links
- Pre-terminated Fibre Service
- Fibre Terminating & Testing
We take pride in ensuring that high levels of service, quality, health and safety practices are adhered to through all stages of our projects. Our team of engineers are all have CSCS cards and are uniformed, personable and work in a professional manner. We often carry out installations in working environments, such as schools, busy offices and factories.
Our staff are trained on a regular basis to ensure they are all up to date with changing industry practices and cabling standards.
The below table offers a guide to which type of fibre solution would suit your application.
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