Fibre Optics – Cabling & Optic Termination

Elam has been the experts in the installation and maintenance of fibre optic cabling for 20 years

Elam Is Your Fibre Optics Specialist

Elam has been the experts in the installation and maintenance of fibre optic cabling for 20 years. For organisations that want both speed and reliability with their communications infrastructure, fibre optics is an essential investment. .

We are specialists in installing fibre cabling to the desktop, between floors, between buildings, in data centres or linking your computer rooms together

We can install for emerging 40Gb and 100Gb links, test and give a 20-year warranty on all of our fibre optics cabling.

There are many advantages of Fibre optic over copper links.

  • Speed of transmission (10 gig, 40 gig, 100 gig and beyond).
  • No interference from existing equipment, such as nearby lights, power, or other electromagnetic forces
  • Ability to carry fibre optic network signals over much longer distances with less signal degradation.
  • Less maintenance
  • Longer Warranty period (15 years)
  • Proper fibre optic termination will protect the fibres from dirt or damage while in use and prevent excessive loss of light, therefore making a network run more smoothly and efficiently.

Fibre Optic Cable Installation: Supply, Installation, Optic Termination, and Testing by Expert Technicians

Our expert team of fibre optic cable technicians will supply, install, terminate, and test all types of fibre optic cable length.

For a more detailed description of each of those fibre cabling options, click on the relevant links above.

Naturally, our team will be on hand to conduct a survey of your infrastructure to help determine which fibre optics solution is right for you.

Understanding Your Infrastructure: Determine the Right Fibre Optic Solution

Our full suite of services also extends to maintenance, and we’re able to diagnose and repair any breaks or signal loss that you might be experiencing with your fibre optic termination.

We understand that the technology behind fibre optics can be overwhelming. That’s why we are committed to guiding you through every step of the fibre optic installation process and subsequent maintenance in plain, easy-to-understand language. Your comfort and confidence in our solutions are our top priority.

We want to ensure that you’re comfortable with the fibre cabling solution that you’re getting, and the results that it will deliver.

Proven Expertise for Enhanced Efficiency and Performance

For Sydney metropolitan customers, we can also guarantee that we will be the most cost-effective fibre cable solution. We will match any genuine written quote on quality fibre optic installations

With our years of proven expertise to back us up, we will be an invaluable partner to the efficiency and performance of your businesses system.

Skilled Fibre Optic Technicians

Elam boasts a team of highly skilled fibre optic cable technicians with extensive expertise in fibre optics installation and termination. With years of hands-on experience, our technicians are well-versed in all aspects of fibre and optical fibres deployment.

From supplying the necessary equipment to conducting meticulous testing, our experts ensure that every fibre optic installation is executed with precision and efficiency.

We understand the importance of a reliable fibre cable network, and our team’s in-depth knowledge enables us to deliver top-notch solutions tailored to your specific requirements.

Trust Elam for unparalleled expertise in fibre optic cable installation and termination, empowering your business with seamless connectivity and optimal performance.

Fibre Optic FAQs

Fibre optic installation refers to the process of setting up and deploying fibre optic cables in a network infrastructure. It involves tasks such as cable routing, fibre optic splicing, connector termination, and testing to ensure proper functionality.
Fibre optic installation offers several advantages, including faster data transmission speeds, greater bandwidth capacity, improved signal quality, immunity to electromagnetic interference, longer transmission distances, and enhanced network reliability.
Fibre optic termination is the process of connecting individual fibre strands to connectors or splicing them together to create a continuous optical pathway. Proper termination ensures efficient signal transmission and minimises signal loss.
Fibre optic splicing is the process of permanently joining two fibre optic cables together to establish a continuous optical link. There are two main methods of splicing: fusion splicing, which uses heat to fuse fibres together, and mechanical splicing, which utilises a mechanical splice connector.
Choosing the right fibre optic cable depends on factors such as transmission distance, bandwidth requirements, environmental conditions, and budget. Single mode fibre (OS1/OS2) is suitable for long-distance transmissions, while multimode fibre (OM3/OM4) is commonly used for shorter distances.
Fibre optic testing involves using specialised equipment to verify the performance and integrity of the fibre optic installation. It includes tests such as optical power measurement, attenuation testing, reflectance testing, and dispersion testing to ensure proper signal transmission.
Yes, fibre optic cables can be installed in existing infrastructure. However, the process may require careful planning and considerations, such as cable routing, accessibility, and potential disruptions to the existing network during installation.
Properly installed and maintained fibre optic installations can have a lifespan of 20 to 30 years or more. Fibre optics are known for their durability and resistance to environmental factors that can degrade copper-based cabling.
Fibre optic installation and termination require specialised knowledge, tools, and equipment. It is recommended to enlist the services of trained professionals who have expertise in fibre optic installations to ensure proper installation, termination, and testing for optimal performance.

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