I have some fiber cable I have to run in a building for someone. There was a guy who know all about this and was going to order the cable then I would help him put it in. He has just disappeared. Anyways, I need to order the cable and someone else will help me install it. Pulled through conduit 20 feet then 20 feet of attack then outside on awning for 40 feet then back to an attic for 20 feet. So, a cable that is pulled through a similar location in the building says.
Optical cable - 300m/10g OM3 Optical Fiber OFNP E319478 (UL)
I take it OFNP means
"OFNP Cables: OFNP stands for Optical Fiber Nonconductive Plenum. OFNP cables have fire-resistance and low smoke production characteristics. They can be installed in ducts, plenums and other spaces used for building airflow. This is the highest fire rating fiber cable and no other cable types can be used as substitutes."
Do you know what type of plugs these are on the fiber cable? it says F on the switch 9F 10F.
I just found this. Multipair black and 500 feet. Should be good for outdoor.
Will this cable work? Or is there something else we should get?
Raw cable only so we would have to pay someone to add the ends but that is fine. What should it cost to pay someone to install the same type ends that are plugged into 9F. Just a ball park price so we do not get ripped off when we are looking for someone.