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1 Adela Technology Company Presentation

2 Introduction Shenzhen Adela was established in 2008, major in fiber optical cable. After many years of development, we provide quality products to many many telecom companies for backbone network,metropolitan area network and FTTx applications. Providing the best solution and service is our prior goal. The best solution - we have a senior engineer team who are experiences in up to date technology; Service - we are always ready to provide our best possible service to our customer and guarantee them with great satisfaction while constantly seeking to enable technologies and solutions to help our customers to cope with changing environment and requirements. We wish to help you staying competitive by constant innovation and suitable design. Sincerely wish we can work with you and develop together in this dynamic world.

3 Development experience Establis hed 2008 cable up to 144 fiber 2009 cable up to 288 fiber 2010 Develop ADSS cable 2012 Develop micro tube cable 2013 Develop New Techn ology

4 Product Category 1.Aerial cables 2.Building cables 3.Direct buried cables 4.Drop cables 5.Duct cables 6.Micro-duct cables

5 Our Product - Aerial cables 1. Figure 8 central loose tube self-supporting Non metallic tape cable (GYXTC8Y) 2. Figure 8 central loose tube self-supporting with steel tape cable (GYXTC8S) 3. Loose tube figure 8 self-supporting cable (GYTC8S) 4. All Dielectric Self-supporting Aerial Cable (ADSS)

6 Figure 8 central loose tube Non-metallic tape cable (GYXTC8Y) Characteristics: 1. Stainless steel or gaivanized steel self-supporting. 2. Central loose tubes with jelly compound inside to protect the cladding fiber 3. The cross-section in figure 8 shape 4. Up to 24 fibers Application: 1. Outdoor, Long distance and local area network communication. 2. Self-support aerial installation. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

7 Figure 8 central loose tube self-supporting with steel tape cable (GYXTC8S) Characteristics: 1. Stainless steel or gaivanized steel self- supporting. 2. Central loose tubes with jelly compound inside to protect the cladding fiber 3. Corrugated steel tape laminated with plastic at both sides bonding to PE sheath. 4. The cross-section in figure 8 shape 5. Up to 24 fibers Application: 1. Long distance and local area network communication. 2. Self-support aerial installation, decrease cost. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

8 Loose tube figure 8 self-supporting cable (GYTC8S) Characteristics: 1. Stainless steel or gaivanized steel self- supporting. 2. Loose tubes with jelly compound inside to protect the cladding fiber 3. Corrugated steel tape laminated with plastic at both sides bonding to PE sheath. 4. The cross-section in figure 8 shape. 5. Up to 144 fibers Application: 1. Outdoor, Long distance and local area network communication. 2. Self-support aerial installation. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

9 All Dielectric Self-supporting Aerial Cable (ADSS) Characteristics: 1. Small cable Dia, light weight, 500m span, low attached load on tower. 2. Non-metal structure, good insulation, anti- thunder. 3. Fine production technology, even force for aramid fiber, with superior stress flexibility. 4. Anti gun fire and electro-corrosion. Adapt for bad climate. 5. May construct without power cut, a power line failure doesn’t influence cable’s normal transfer. 6. Loose cover GYTA cable core, non-metallic core reinforced. 7. Tension units are elastic modulus aramid fiber. 8. Electric trace resistant outer sheath is adopted to run safely under a circumstance of space electric field (E) ≤25KV/m. Application: 1. Erect on the same pole with power line in new and old power line. 2. A long span. 3. Areas of strong electric field, multi-thunder, etc.

10 Our Product - Building cables 1. Central Loose Tube Outdoor Cable (GYXTW) 2. Central Tube Non-metallic armored Cable (GYFXTY) 3. Loose Tube Non-metallic armored Cable (GYFTY) 4. Loose tube stranded cable with steel tape (GYTS) 5. Loose tube stranded cable with aluminum tape (GYTA) 6. Simplex drop cable 7. Duplex drop cable 8. Indoor mini break out cable 9. Indoor mini break out cable (2-48 core)

11 Central Loose Tube Outdoor Cable (GYXTW) Characteristics: 1. The two parallel round steel wires enhance tensile strength and crush resistance. 2. Excellent mechanical and environmental performance. 3. Small outer diameter, lightweight, tight structure, excellent bending property and suitable to installation and operation. 4. Up to 24 fibers Application: 1. Long distance and local area network communication. 2. Suitable for aerial. pipeline laying method. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

12 Central Tube Non-metallic armored Cable (GYFXTY) Characteristics: 1. Non-metal strength member. 2 Filler protect loose tube fiber. 3. Non-metal strength has an excellent anti-electromagnet ability 4. Up to 24 fibers Application: 1. Adapted to Outdoor distribution. 2. Access network and local network in high electromagnetic interfering places. 3. Adapted to trunk power transmission system. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

13 Loose Tube Non-metallic armored Cable (GYFTY) Characteristics: 1. Non-metal strength member. 2. Filler protect loose tube fiber. 3. Non-metal strength has an excellent anti-electromagnet ability. 4. Up to 288 fibers Application: 1. Adapted to Outdoor distribution. 2. Access network and local network in high electromagnetic interfering places. 3. Adapted to trunk power transmission system. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

14 Loose tube stranded cable with steel tape (GYTS) Characteristics: 1. Loose tubes (or some fillers) standed around the metal central strength member. 2. Bound by corrugated longitudinal steel tape with outer PE jacket. 3. The tube is made of good temperature property material. 4. Good moisture-resistance and ultra violet radiation resistant property. 5. Up to 288 fibers Application: 1. Adapted to Outdoor distribution. 2. Long distance and local area network communication. 3. Suitable for aerial.pipeline laying method. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

15 Loose tube stranded cable with aluminum tape (GYTA) Characteristics: 1. Loose tubes (or some fillers) stranded around the metallic central strength member. 2. Tubes are stranded around the central strength member into a compact and circular cable core. 3. An aluminum polyethylene laminate is applied around the cable core and further sheathed with high density polyethylene. 4. Good moisture-resistance and ultra violet radiation resistant property. 5. Up to 288 fibers Application: 1. Adapted to Outdoor distribution. 2. Long distance and local area network communication. 3. Suitable for aerial.pipeline laying method. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

16 Simplex drop cable Characteristics: 1. High strength yarn member. 2. Small outer diameter, lightweight, flame- retardant, soft and easy to strip 3. High quality tight buffered or loose tube. 4. O.D. 1.4mm-4.0mm avaiable 5. Easy bending fiber G657A Application: 1. As building to building connecting cable. 2. As indoor soft cable along the wall, ceiling, between layers and in conduits. 3. As pigtails, movable, connectors and patch cord for communication equipment. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

17 Duplex drop cable Characteristics: 1. High strength aramid yarn member. 2. Small outer diameter, lightweight, flame- retardant, soft and easy to strip 3. High quality tight buffered or loose tube. 4. O.D. 1.4mm-3.0mm avaiable 5. Easy bending fiber G657A Application: 1. As building to building connecting cable. 2. As indoor soft cable along the wall, ceiling, between layers and in conduits. 3. As pigtails, movable, connectors and patch cord for communication equipment. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

18 Indoor mini break out cable (12~144 core) Characteristics: 1. Composed of 6 units of multi-core buffered cables SZ stranded around the central strength member, each unit has independent strength member and jacket. 2. Easy splicing, suitable for large capacity data transmission. 3. Outer jacket’s color varies according to the types of optical fibers(indoor use),black color is recommended for outdoor use. 4. Up to 144 fibers 5. Easy bending fiber G657A Application: 1. For indoor cabling, as fan-out cable. 2. Can be used as lead cable into buildings. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

19 Indoor mini break out cable (2-48 core) Characteristics: 1. High strength yarn member ensures high tensile strength and long term stability in transmission. 2. Small outer diameter, lightweight, flame- retardant, soft and easy to strip 3. Direct splicing between tight buffered cable and need no tie-in box or pigtail. 4. Suitable for installation, operation and convenient for maintenance. 5. Up to 48 fibers 6. Easy bending fiber G657A Application: 1. As building to building connecting cable. 2. As indoor soft cable along the wall, ceiling, between layers and in conduits. 3. As pigtails, movable, connectors and patch cord for communication equipment. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

20 Our Product - Direct buried cables Double sheathed with steel tape armored loose tube cable (GYTY53) Double sheathed with metal-free tape armored loose tube cable (GYFTY53)

21 Double sheathed with metal-free armored loose tube cable (GYFTY53) Characteristics: 1. FRP strength. Filler protect tube fiber. Steel tape armored. 2. Good ultra violet radiation resistant property. 3. Double sheath.Good moisture- resistance. 4. Up to 144 fibers Application: 1. Adapted to Outdoor distribution. 2. Long distance and local area network communication. 3. Suitable for aerial, duct and buried method. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

22 Double sheathed with steel tape armored loose tube cable (GYTY53) Characteristics: 1. Steel wire strength. Filler protect tube fiber. Steel tape armored. 2. Good ultra violet radiation resistant property. 3. Double sheath.Good moisture- resistance. 4. Up to 144 fibers Application: 1. Adapted to Outdoor distribution. 2. Long distance and local area network communication. 3. Suitable for aerial, duct and buried method Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

23 Our Product - Duct cables Loose tube stranded cable with steel tape (GYTS) Loose tube stranded cable with aluminum tape (GYTA)

24 Loose tube stranded cable with steel tape (GYTS) Characteristics: 1. Loose tubes (or some fillers) standed around the metal central strength member. 2. Bound by corrugated longitudinal steel tape with outer PE jacket. 3. The tube is made of good temperature property material. 4. Good moisture-resistance and ultra violet radiation resistant property. 5. Up to 288 fibers Application: 1. Adapted to Outdoor distribution. 2. Long distance and local area network communication. 3. Suitable for aerial.pipeline laying method. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

25 Loose tube stranded cable with aluminum tape (GYTA) Characteristics: 1. Loose tubes (or some fills) stranded around the metallic central strength member. 2. Tubes are stranded around the central strength member into a compact and circular cable core. 3. An aluminum polyethylene laminate is applied around the cable core and further sheathed with high density polyethylene. 4. Good moisture-resistance and ultra violet radiation resistant property. 5. Up to 288 fibers Application: 1. Adapted to Outdoor distribution. 2. Long distance and local area network communication. 3. Suitable for aerial.pipeline laying method. Standards: IEC 61754; TIA/EIA 604-5

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