Solid Core End Glow Sheathed Fiber Optic Cable Spool

Solid Core End Glow Sheathed Fiber Optic Cable Spool

Solid Core End Glow Sheathed Fiber Optic Cable Spool

Special Price $229.50 Regular Price $250.00
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SKU
LLH-PEOF
Overview

Solid core end emitting fiber cable consists of a Poly-Rubber fiber core surrounded by a UV stablized protective sheathing for mechanical protection. Cables are normally attached to a fiber optic end emitting fixtures.
Standard spool length is 100meter. If you need the fibers less than 100m, contact us!

The core the fiber is made from a flexible polymerised gel. The gel is clad in an outer layer of Teflon. Jacketing with clear PVC on the basis of common solid core side light, it is becoming PVC solid core side light optic fiber. By jacketing with 2mm black PVC sheath, it is PVC solid core end light, the lighting of the end of the optic fiber will be more brightness. It is a rugged, non-conductive, water resistant, bendable, monofilament cable. Solid core fiber is wide used in architectural and signage lighting for neon replacement, cove lighting, accent lighting, landscape lighting, pool and fountain lighting. With the expansion of the scope of application, we can see it be used in daily life, such as LED shoelace, LED pet necklace etc.

Model Core Diameter (mm)
Outer Diameter (mm) Spool Length
Minimun Bending Radius
Outer Jacket
PEOF-2 2 3 100m 18mm Black PVC
PEOP-2.5 2.5 4 100m 24mm Black PVC
PEOP-3 3 4.5 100m 27mm Black PVC
PEOF-4 4 5 100m 30mm Black PVC
PEOP-5 5 7 100m 42mm Black PVC
PEOF-6 6 8.8 100m 54mm Black PVC
PEOF-8 8 10 100m 60mm Black PVC
PEOF-10 10 13 100m 78mm Black PVC
PEOF-12 12 14 100m 84mm Black PVC

Large Core End Lit Fiber - How it works:

Large core end lit fiber works in same manner as traditional optical fiber and offers some advantages over some traditional fiber optic designs.

There are physical limitations associated with traditional plastic and glass fibers; both must be made in small diameters to maintain flexibility. Therefore, these fibers are gathered in “bunches” to make larger working diameters. Because large core fibers use a single large core, they do a better job coupling light from large focal spot devices. (See illustration below)

A single large solid core fiber transmits light over the area shown in pink.
The same diameter fiber, made by bundling smaller fibers, transmits less light. The spaces formed by individual fiber strands do not transmit energy. Typical loss from this arrangement is about 12% on average. Furthermore,cladding surrounding every fiber (in yellow) does not transmit light. cladding makes up about 17% of the area. The two losses are considerable (27% when combined).
 

 

 
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