Professional Fiber Optic Cable Manufacturer & Supplier
- Outdoor Fiber Cable
- ADSS Outdoor Cable
- Armored Fiber Cable
- Indoor Fiber Cable
- FTTH Drop Cable
Bwinners is a professional manufacturer of Fiber Optic Cable. Bwinners manufactures & supplies quality fiber optic cables for the connection of network system devices. Besides the common fiber optic cables, we also accept fiber optic cable OEM service depending on your requirement in length and material. About the type of fiber optic cables, we are specialized in the production of Outdoor Fiber Cable, ADSS Outdoor Cable, Armored Fiber Cable, Indoor Fiber Cable and FTTH Drop Cable. For more details, please feel free to contact us.
96F Fiber Enclosure Box
96F In Line Splice Closure
48 Cores 8 Ports SC Fiber Closures
96F Dome Closure
288 Cores Mechanical Sealing Dome Enclosure
288F Heat Shrinkable Splice Closure
Bwinners has more than 15 years of experience in designing, developing, and manufacturing various fiber optic equipment, equipped with advanced machines in our production lines. We also believe “Quality is first, business based on sincerity. “, thus we focus on producing quality fiber optic products, testing all of them before delivery. We highly value every customer, and provide the best pre-sales and after-sales service
Bwinners has Over 10 Years of experience in the Fiber Cable Management Production line.
Bwinners has bulk fiber cable management in stock, delivery after ordered.
Passed ISO9001, GB/T24001-ISO14001, and GB/T28001-2001 certificates.
Bwinners provide OEM and design drawing for Fiber Cable Management Products as your request.
There are three types of fiber optic cable, each with its own set of characteristics. Single-mode fibers have a narrow core and a large number of strands, and their index of refraction changes less than that of multimode fibers. Light travels in a straight line and has very little pulse dispersion. Single-mode fibers are the most common type of cable used in telecommunications, as telephone networks install millions of kilometers of them each year. Tight-buffered cable is generally used inside buildings, and loose-tube cable is used in most outside-plant installations in North America.
What is fiber optic cables?