Discount Low Voltage has sold 15,000+ pre-terminated fiber assemblies over 10+ years. We provide the custom fiber you need now at wholesale prices. We've assembled pre-terminated fiber cables for Government Agencies, School Districts, Private Companies, Contractors, Telephone Companies, Military, Home Installers and more.
We can provide you with just about any pre-terminated fiber cable you may need. Our state of the art facility can terminate multimode 62.5 or 50 micron (OM2, OM3, OM4) as well as singlemode fiber. Standard connector options include LC, SC, and ST. We can also terminate other connector types such as MTRJ, FC, and APC type.
Pre-terminated fiber cables are used for a variety of applications. With our wide variety of fiber optic cables available we can fulfill your requests for Broadcasting, Mining, Wireless, Building to Building, Transportation, Oil and Gas and more.
Your installation times will be reduced by 75% or more with a pre-terminated fiber cable from Discount-Low-Voltage.com. These assemblies eliminate the need for on-site termination and expensive tools. These are great for beginners and professionals alike. No more expensive testing equipment to buy. With every order we provide professional test results for your customers needs. Interferometer test results are available for an additional fee. Ordering has never been easier.
How To Order:
For a single pre-terminated fiber, select the length desired from the drop down field, and click "Add to Cart". Once the pre-terminated fiber is in the Shopping Cart, you may change the fiber to any length required (10ft-2000ft+). If you need multiple pre-terminated cable assemblies, follow above instructions, then return to the item page and repeat. Multiple lengths of the same cable will be combined in the shopping cart. Please let us know what lengths you need in the "Comments" box during checkout.
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