Answers to Your Fiber Optic Questions

Fiber-optic cable is used in many industries, like Telecommunications, Video, and Fire Alarm. In Fire, for example, connections are made between the fire alarm control panels via fiber to avoid the troubles associated with running copper underground between buildings.

As the use of fiber becomes more prevalent in the Fire Alarm industry, there are many questions about different fiber specifications, power budgeting, termination, and product listings. In July 2015, we answered many of those fiber questions during our webinar, Myth Busting Fiber – Part II. You may view the entire webinar by clicking here.

To learn more about fiber and solutions that utilize fiber, please visit www.firelite.com.

 

About the Author
Richard Conner is the Director of Marketing for Fire-Lite Alarms, Silent Knight and Honeywell Power. Richard joined Honeywell in 2002 and has over 15 years of experience in the fire alarm industry in Marketing, Engineering, and Product Support positions. Richard is responsible for developing brand strategy and marketing programs for all brands.

One thought on “Answers to Your Fiber Optic Questions”

  1. I think that the underground cables is a good idea but you need to be careful so that you accidently don’t cut it when you dig in the ground. I also think that with the wires being underground that you don’t have to worry about them getting in the way. They are basically safe underground.

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