EPIC DATA FFC connectors for GOF fibre-optic cables

Friday, 10 November, 2023 | Supplied by: Treotham Automation Pty Ltd

EPIC DATA FFC connectors for GOF fibre-optic cables

Digitalisation in the industry is increasing rapidly. Data volumes are also rising quickly. A futureproof communication infrastructure in factories with glass fibre cables is therefore essential. Recent additions to Treotham’s range include the site-assembly EPIC DATA FFC-LC connector and EPIC DATA FFC-SC connector for GOF fibre-optic cables. These connectors simplify the establishment of a pluggable glass fibre connection and offer a high level of flexibility.

181 zettabytes (the number 181 followed by 21 zeros) is the prediction for the amount of digital data generated worldwide by 2025. How can this gigantic amount of data be transferred in a quick and stable manner? The solution is light, namely via fibre-optic, cables.

Fibre-optic cables transport data at up to 40 Gbps over different wavelengths simultaneously and are resistant to electromagnetic interference. As a result, there is no signal interference and no data loss. Furthermore, considerably longer installation lengths are possible than copper. Glass fibre cables can easily achieve 40 Gbps over 40 km at 1550 nm. This enables synchronised real-time capability and, therefore, efficient production through fast communication, even at very high data transmission rates such as those found in digital twins, robot AI and Industry 4.0.

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