Fiber Optic Networking Equipment

Fiber Optic Networking Equipment are typically used for a wide variety of applications in the network equipment mark. Fiber optics are used as the internal components or interconnects associated with the end product.

With the increasing bandwidth requirements of  broadband services and FTTx more and more network equipment manufacturing companies are using all-fiber transport externally and internally for switch, SAM, director, router,  and NAS applications. All these are fiber systems offerversatile connection medium to other commonly used devices at the end user premises. As a matter offact, these applications uses the fiber interconnects and cabling designed around the industry standards. Howbeit, some of the applications and/or equipments require fibre cabling products to be customized so as to ensure maximum performance and meet physical constraints limitations or meet space. At Almiiratechstores, we thrive in having a wider variety of products to suit various within the network equipment sphere. We specialize in manufucturing and developing solutions for everequirement intesive and most specialized applications. We are the suppliers, dealers and installers of Fiber Optic and fiber Equipment. Our Products ranges from Fibre and Accessories, Multimode, Media Converter, Outdoor Cable,  and Single Fiber Equiment, 4 Core, 2 Core, 12 Core, 8 core and 24 core fiber,201m, 10m, 3m, 2m, 1m fiber Pathcord, 48 ports, 24 Ports, 8 Ports Fiber Patch Panel, LC, FC Fiber adapters, SC_SC Patchcord, LC-LC, SFP Modules ETC, SC-LC, ST-SC, Fiber Switches We are dealers and suppliers of fibre optic cables and other equipment. As recognized dealers and suppliers of fibre equipment, we have a team of professionals who are skilled in the installation of the same. The products are selected to ensure the most comprehensive range for responding to all the installation needs and aspects of a fibre optic network. In this category, we have Multimode and Single Fibre Equipment, fibre cables, Fibre Switches, fibre adapters,  analysers, and SFP Modules among other things. These products are selected from the best range of international standard and high quality products that accredited for use in fibre optic connections. We have deals with certified installers that help  us ensure the quality of our products while at the same time providing top of the line service to all our customers.  You can get an express delivery as well as a certified installer who will not leave until your fibre optic network is up and running. We also provide servicers for mapping and testing of fibre optic networks to ensure optimal performance. Media converters Media converters are a key component of the fibre networks. They are useful in convertible the optic signals from the network to other forms that can be interpreted by the computers and other networking equipment. We have a wide range of fibre media converters that are accredited for optimal functionality in different types of fibre optic networks. We have fibre media converters from manufacturers such as TP-Link and D-Link that are meant to ensure that you get optimum use of your fibre connection in linking it to the Ethernet for internal usage. We offer different types and sizes of media converters that are sought from verified suppliers for authenticity and reliability. Adapters We stock a wide range of fibre adapters such as the 4 Duplex SC adapters (8 fibres) and fibre optic adaptor plates that can be used in different settings depending on the size of the fibre network connections being made. We also stock LC Fibre adapters and fibre trays of up to 24 ports with duplex adapters. Fibre trays with SC simplex adapters are also a part of the accessories  that we stock from high quality suppliers in order to provide the best connections for fibre optic cables. Fibre cables If you are looking for high quality fibre optic cables, look no further. We have different types and sizes of fibre optic cables that range from 2 Core and 4 Core to the 8 Core, 12 core and 24 core fibres that are used for different functions. The fibre  cables are verified with the local service providers to ensure that they are compatible and reliable in transmitting their networks.  We sell the different types of cables on a per meter basis to ensure that you avoid wastage by purchasing only what you need. We also have tools for splicing and fusion of fibre optic cables to ensure that you avoid wastage at all costs. Patch cords and Patch panes We stock SC-SC fibre optic patch cords both single and multimode. We have patch cords of varying lengths such as 1m, 2m, 3m, 10m, and 20m depending on your fibre needs. We stock patch panes for different fibre optic connections of varying sizes. These include the 8 ports, 24 Ports, and 48 Ports Fibre Patch Pane. The patch cords and panel of different capacities are stocked to ensure that the best outcome is achieved for your network. Other accessories We also deal in other fibre optic accessories such as SC connectors, fibre connect panels, protective fibre sleeves, indoor fibre enclosures,  outdoor fibre enclosures, and fibre sliding drawers. These accessories are stocked from manufacturers such as Giganet and Siemons. These are trusted manufacturers and suppliers of fibre optic equipment and they provide a guarantee for ensuring the reliability of the fibre networks. These accessories are selected based on their effectiveness in providing a strong fibre connectivity for the users. Ease of use and quality of the products are other key elements of the considerations made in picking the right products to stock and market on our platform. We also stock tools such as field strength meters that are useful in assessing the strength of the fibre network. We also provide other equipment for analysing fibre optic  network connections such as optical power meters, portable optical spectrum analysers, visual fault locators, and kits for optical fibre fusion and splicing. We have a wide range of tools for fibre optics analysis from Promax such as the Pro-Lite 105 optical power meter. These devices are certified and used all over the industry with a guarantee of reliability and accuracy for the user as well as the end customer. Where you are buying for your own usage or for an organization, our warranties will ensure that you get value for money.

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Why Use Fiber?

Fiber Optic Networking Equipment
Fiber Optic Networking Equipment

If fiber is more expensive, Is there something they know we don’t? why have all the telephone networks been converted to fiber? Are their networks that different? And why are all the CATV systems converting to fiber too? Telcos use fiber to connect all their central offices and long distance switches since it has thousands of times the bandwidth of copper wire and can carry signals hundreds of times further before requiring repeater. The CATV companies commonly uses fiber since it gives them a greater opportunity and reliablity to present new services such as Internet connections and phone services. Both CATV and Telcos operators uses fibe since it is economical. However, their cost justification needs adoption of new network architectures to take the advantage inherent in fiber strength. A premises that is designed properly can also be less expensive when done in fibre instead of copper. There are various sound reasons of fiber being less expensive thus, let us examine them

Industrial Networks

In an industrial environment, electromagnetic interference (EMI) is often a big tragedy. Relays, motors, welders and other industrial products generate alot of noise that can cause a major problem with copper cables especially the unshielded ones like cat %. For you to run a copper cabling in an industrial setup, it is imperative to pull it through a conduit pipe for you to hav proper shielding. Howbeit, with fiber optics, you have the complete immunity to EMI. One only needs to chose the type of the cable that is rugged enough for the installation with breakout cable being the best choise for its heavy duty construction. The fibre optic cable can be easily installed from PTmP, passing next to the major sources of EMI with no effects. The conversion from copper networks is easy with gadgets, media converters that converts most types of fiber optics. With the cost of media converters, the fiber optic networks will be less than that of copper run in conduit.

Long Cable Runs

Most of the networks are designed around the confines of cabling per TIA/EIA 568 standards. The standards calls for 295 feet of permanently installed UTP cable and 33 feets for the patchcord. But suppose you need to connect two buildings or more? The distance often exceeds the 90 meters by the time you include the runs between the buildings plus what you need inside each building. By the time you buy underground waterproof cable or special aerial and repeaters, more time will be spent with more resources if bought outside the fiber optic cable plant and a couple of inexpensive media converters. It is guaranteed cheaper if you go more than 2 links (180kms)

Centralized Fiber LANs

When most end users and contractors look at Cat 5e versus fiber optics for LAN, they compare the same old copper LAN where the fiber directly replaces the copper links. The fiber optic cable is more expensive than cat 5e and the terminations are more expensive. However, the big difference comes if a centralized system is used shown on the right hand of the diagram. Since the fiber does not have distance limitation of the Unshielded cable, all electronics can be placed in one location in or near the computer room.The telecom closet is only used for passive connection of backbone fiber optic cables, so no power, UPS, ground or air conditioning is needed. These auxiliary services necessary with cat 5 hub cost a large amount of money. In addition, having fiber optic hubs in one location means utilization of the hardware with fewer unused ports. Since ports in modular hubs must be added in 16 or 8 module, it is common with a hub in telecom closet to have many ports in a modlue empty. With a central fiber system, you can add modules more efficientllyas you are supportin g many more desktop locations but need never have more than one module with open ports.

High Speed Networking

It was over a year after Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) became available on fiber optics that it finally become available on Cat 5e. It took another couple of years before GbE on copper became significantly less expensive. To get GbE to work over Cat 5e, the electronics we must havecomplicated electronics and consequently as expensive as fiber. Bottom Line Sowith the costs, looking at the componet of the cabling cost may not be a good way of analyzing the total network costs. consider the total systems in place and therefore you may find fiber looks alot more attractive. Pre-terminated fiber optic cable assemblies are gaining steam as organizations begin to favor the ease of use provided by factory termination. Instead of purchasing raw fiber and necessary equipment and having to cut, terminate and test it in the field, organizations can use pre-terminated fiber assemblies to purchase the samefiber they needed. The pre-terminated fiber is a plug and play solution with factory polished and tested connectors ready for immediate installation.

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