Brugg Cables will participate at Defexpo India 2012 Land, Naval and Internal Security Systems Exhibition in New Delhi from 29 March to 1 April 2012.
The BU Defence & Security of Brugg Cables is the supplier of tactical fibre-optic cable solutions for military, homeland security and broadcast applications. The product range covers tactical cables on reels of various sizes. Brugg provides small hand reels for short cable lengths and backpack reels for medium size applications to large drums measuring 5km or more for vehicle deployment. Brugg cables are assembled with the connectors according to customer’s requirement and are ready to use out of the box.
Beside the tactical cable assemblies a large range of accessories like adapting cables, cable clamps, telescopic masts etc. are delivered. For life cycle management and the long life span of the cables we offer deployment training, measurement tools, repair cases along with specific training according to our customer’s individual needs.
At booth 18 in Hall 15 our representative in India, Amtrak Technologies, will show case Brugg Cables Defence and Security range of tactical fibre-optic cables and solutions.
For the first time Brugg will display at the Defexpo India the following ruggedised terminal equipment:
- Media converter: for conversion from fibre 1000 Base-LX to copper Ethernet 1000 BaseT. The device is designed for outdoor applications and can withstand harsh military environments. It can be used to extend an Ethernet network by tactical fiber-optic cables over very long distances
- Hybrid table distributor: for distribution of data and power from a BRUpowermil hybrid cable to several users in a headquarters or command post LAN
Beside this, Brugg will also display their range of tactical fiber-optic cables to include BRUpowermil, tactical hybrid cable, which is in use at many Defence and Security Organisations in India. The display will include military lens connectors manufactured according to MIL standards and accessories like the wedge clamps used during cable laying.