Applications: Whether primarily for indoor or outdoor use, we have an impressive choice of products that have the ability to route from either a plenum or riser building space to an outdoor run. This eliminates the costly and space-consuming transition point at the building entrance and improves the system loss budget. These cables are most efficient when used to directly connect equipment rooms (on any floor) in different buildings or to connect a manhole location to an equipment room. Range of Products: Indoor/outdoor fiber optic cables include loose tube (gel-filled) and tight buffer (900um) designs. These are available in a variety of configurations and jacket types to cover riser and plenum requirements for indoor cables and the ability to be run in duct, direct buried, or aerial/lashed in the outside plant. The following catalog pages provide information on proper interbuilding and intrabuilding applications. Features: These products reduce the system cost by eliminating splice points, simplifying cable handling and gaining flexibility with the choice of building entrances. All cables meet appropriate NEC requirements and are listed with ETL or UL. Tight buffer designs allow direct termination of fibers with industry standard connectors and techniques. Loose tube designs provide more fiber protection in harsh outdoor environments are are readily spliced to existing outside plant cables. Most indoor/outdoor fiber optic cables utilize Dry Water Block technology in the cable core to protect the fibers and provide fast, clean fiber preparation. As with all NextGen fiber optic cables, splitter kits are available to reinforce and assist in preparing the fibers for termination. Products Spec Sheet Now Available!