Cover over 37,000 miles or 1.5 times around the earth with Chainflex® FOC cables.
Users of data-transmission systems (bus systems) with high data rates, long transmission distances, or strong electro-magnetic loads frequently rely on fiber-optic cables (FOC).
Many users are not yet aware that Chainflex® fiber-optic cables for cable carriers offer more advantages than standard FOCs.
Copper-based data-transmission systems characterize themselves primarily through two basic disadvantages:
The maximum transmission distances are limited by the transmission systems (between 16 and 160 ft cable length). 2
The copper-based cables used in cable carrier systems often display an increase in dampening values after a high number of cycles, which again has a negative effect on the maximum range.