Glass Fiber Optic Cables

Our Glass Fiber Optic Cables contain multiple strands of very thin glass fiber that are bundled together in a flexible sheath. They are typically more durable than plastic fibers and are able to withstand higher temperatures. Most cables are available with a choice of PVC or flexible stainless steel sheathing.

Glass Fiber Optic Cables
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Features

  • High degree of chemical resistance
  • Individual (transmitted beam) and bifurcated (reflective) fiber styles
  • Wide range of specialty fiber optic cable tips available
  • Standard cable length of 0.9 meters (36 in.)
  • Standard glass cable with stainless steel sheathing temperatures: -40...260 °C (-40...500 °F)
  • Standard glass cable with PVC sheathing temperatures: -40...96 °C (-40...200 °F)
  • Custom glass cables for high temperatures: -40...482 °C (-40...900 °F)

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Product Certifications

Certifications apply when product is marked. See our Product Certification site for Declarations of Conformity, certificates and other certification details.

Configuration & Selection Tools

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Other Resources

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Applications

Typical applications for the Glass Fiber Optic Cables include:

  • Material handling
  • Packaging
  • Food processing
  • Transportation

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