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Stay in control with our new range of Industrial Control Cables

Garland has added to the range of RS-485 cables for industrial, bus and DMX application. These new Industrial Control cables push the product set towards more sophisticated data protocols used in the industrial sector. The addition of these Industrial Control cables to the existing range, is designed for common applications and includes cables for Data…

Garland has an expanded fibre range with Tight Buffer Fibre Cables

Garland’s new Tight Buffer Indoor/Outdoor fibre cable is a high-quality addition to the Garland fibre range. Made with a LSZH construction and a UV rated jacket, the cables can be used for indoor and protected outdoor applications. Available in all standard fibre types including single mode and OM1, OM3 and OM4 multimode, the jackets are…

COVID-19: An Important Update For Our Customers

Dear Valued Customer, As we all work through the COVID-19 outbreak pandemic, we want to assure you Madison will continue to provide high-quality solutions and products by continually evolving our response as our customers’ needs and the landscape changes.We’re committed to reducing the risk of exposure to our team members and customers. We are following…

New range of Garland RS-485 cables

Garland is proud to announce the launch of a new range of RS-485 cables, as part of our existing data cables collection. The cables have been produced using the latest manufacturing processes and are a significant addition to Garland’s data cable range. The true 120 Ohm impedance of these cables allows maximum distances to be…

When it comes to Cat6A, Garland has you covered.

If you need Cat6A cable or connectivity, Garland Cables has an extensive range of products to meet your needs. Our LSZH cables are designed for ease of termination and come in a range of colours for easy identification. They can be matched with Garland’s TS series jacks, using Garland’s TS series tool. Garland TS series solutions…

Going Stranded for your IP camera? Make sure you don’t lose your picture

With the increasing popularity of IP cameras and high quality field terminated plugs, there has been a trend to move from solid to stranded conductor cable for horizontal cabling. The use of stranded conductor cabling offers the advantage of increased flexibility when connecting an IP camera with Pan/Tilt functions and removes the need to have…

Garland releases New 48 Fibre FOBOT

Garland is proud to release the new 24 port, 48 fibre 1RU sliding FOBOT. The MT30903A is the latest evolution of its successful fibre optic range of products.It replaces the older MT30903, and features the following upgrades: Capacity doubled to 48 fibres Improved metalwork Extra heavy duty roller slides Redesigned drawer locks Upgraded faceplate clips…

Build your outdoor fibre optic cables with the best suited jacket

Outdoor optical fibre cables come in a variety of constructions or “finishes”. In this article we attempt to throw some light on the differences and what advantages each one offers.

Garland PreTerm Tight Buffer Cables are Here

Garland is proud to announce the expansion of its fibre range with the introduction of pre-terminated tight buffer cables. Installers can eliminate the need to perform connector terminations on-site, making their next installation easy and reducing their outlay of specialist termination and test equipment. Garland Terminated Tight Buffer (GTTB) cables are built with staggered connectors…

Media Converters

Media converters are used to convert signals from 1 medium (copper) to another (fibre) and vice-versa. Whilst their function is well understood, their actual application in the real world is not.
A pair of media converters and a suitable length of duplex fibre optic cable can convert the copper signal with its 90m limit to an optical fibre signal that can go much longer distances. Depending on what type of fibre is used, the link can go up to 500m with multimode or up to several kilometres with Single mode.