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Fremont, CA, United States, 2009/04/10 - Total Cable solutions (TCS) announced today a new product, Uniboot fiber patch cable. The Uniboot patch cord places both simplex fibers into one jacket while still terminating into a duplex LC or SC connector.
Typical fiber optical cables use a zip-cord approach, which means that both fibers are jacketed separately. The typical size of the jacket is 3mm which would result in a total of 6mm in width for a zipcord. The creative design of the Uniboot reduces the entire width of the cables to just 3mm. This design gives a space savings of 50%.
“Our customers’ feedback has been overwhelming about Gillaspy offering the Uniboot patch cables. The new Uniboot cables offer improved airflow and visibility of equipment in today’s high density networks. This has definitely had a positive impact,” said Joe Gillaspy, owner of Gillaspy Associates. ”The Uniboot product demonstrates our focus on bringing the best of breed products to the market. Customers are telling us that they like the unique serial number, part number, and length that are labeled on both ends of the cable for easy identification. This also helps cut installation time in half for most customers.”
The Uniboot cables have the following options:
• Termination: LC and SC
• Jacks Material: Plenum, Riser, and LSZH
• Fiber Types: Laser optimized 10G OM3, OM2 in MM50/125 and MM62.5/125, Single Mode
Pricing for the Uniboot fiber patch cable, available only from our distributors, starts with a list price of $26.20.
About Total Cable Solutions (TCS)
TCS (totalcablesolutions.com) specializes in private labeled and custom network connectivity products including: fiber patch cords, pre-terminated multi-fiber trunk cables, CAT5e and CAT6 patch cables along with fiber and copper patch panels, keystone jacks, and other accessories. Our ultimate goal is to provide the highest quality products and unsurpassed customer service while maintaining industry leading prices and rapid delivery to our OEMs, VARs and distributors.