You have probably heard about fibre optic products when people talk about Internet connection, telephone or TV systems. The fibre optic lines are made of pure glass which are thin as human hair. These products have capability to deliver information through very long distance. They are used for medical imaging and in mechanical engineering inspections. If you have not worked with fibre optic products, then you will be certainly amazed with what they can offer. The best thing is that with all improvements, simplification and enhancements regarding these products, the basic technology has not changed.
Here are few more facts you must know when it comes to fibre optic products.
- Fibre optic products are very thin and small which means fewer data blockages.
- Anyone who use fibre optic products knows the advantage of their lightweight. The fact that even NASA use these products in its space shuttles along with the companies that build airplanes, says enough.
- Fibre optic products provide high level of security, more than any other product used for the same purpose.
- These products are binary, they are greatest medium for trade digital data and the ON or OFF function works much better.
- Fibre products use less energy. They upgrade the equipment on both ends of fibre wire that leads to a better performance.
- Fibre optic products are “green”, which means they are completely safe and do not harm the environment. The lower energy consumption means lover price and lower carbon footprint, which certainly is appreciated by network owners and their customers.
- Optic fibre products use light so you certainly would not get burned. Also, because there is no electrical passing through the cable, there is no heat as well.
- Fibre optic products are resistant to weather conditions. Because these products use light instead of electricity, they aren’t affected by the changes in temperature, cold, rain or any other weather condition.
- These products are much faster. The light doesn’t travel faster, but data is transmitted very fast because of the improved capacity of optic fibre products.