Over the years, fiber optics has revolutionized the telecommunication industry. They have become a vital part of a structured cabling system. With further advancement of technology, their demands will increase. Integrated Systems Installers, Inc. (ISI) has been in the business of fiber optic installations since 1996. We are known to provide a high-quality product along with exemplary workmanship to our customers. Our optic cables and the server room setups are done in such a way to bring out the maximum efficiency. Our team is competent enough to provide a network to every sized network, be it small offices or large data centers. Technicians at ISI are trained to install, splice, and certify both single-mode and multi-mode fiber cables, repair, and terminate fiber optic cabling and to test the cables after the installation process is complete. It is because of our attention to details that the people of Fort Collins, Cheyenne, Littleton, Denver, Boulder, and Englewood CO trust us. With our cables you will be safer since they don’t carry electric current nor do they radiate a signal; thus these are future-proof, easily upgradable and more economical than copper wires.
Below we have mentioned a few key considerations for fiber optic installations. Take a look.
- Minimum bend radius
The ‘bend radius’ defines the extent of how sharply a cable can safely bend up to any given point. It is very important to keep this radius at the minimum while installing. If it’s bent tighter than it’s supposed to be, then the fibers might end up breaking and hamper the flow of information.
- Keep connectors capped
The tips of a fiber optic cable can get damaged easily. You should always put a cap on them as these cables are expensive. Since light travels through these cables, finger smudges or dust settling on the tip can pose as a threat to the cables and make them less efficient.
So, if you are looking to install a fiber optic cable, you can get in touch with our technicians on 303-765-1255.