Introduction: The Air Blown Stranded Fiber Cable “ABC” is ultra-lightweight with and small diameter and designed for metro feeder or access network to be blown into a micro duct by air-blown installation. As the cable allows the deployment of currently required fiber count, the micro cable provides a lower initial investment and the flexibility to install and upgrade to the latest fiber technologies after the initial installation. The outer PE layer provides a high level of protection and excellent installation properties and perfect blowing performance. Application: The Air Blown Stranded Fiber Cable bundles assemblies consist of a between 12~288 core, that enables installation of air blown fibers cables. The fiber assemblies are bundled with outer sheath is a PE layer that is of low friction. The design makes the fiber cable are suitable for the following applications. • Outdoor connections • FTTH and last mile connections • Distribution networks with dense fiber capacity • Backbone network connections Operation Features: The Air Blown Stranded Fiber Cable “ABC” bundles for FTTx systems are dedicated for the outdoor network infrastructure. The small diameter is suitable to be used in projects requiring large number of slots and the fiber number between 12~288 core optical fiber cable which can be routed into micro-ducts. The external diameter is between 5.8mm and 11.2mm, and optical fiber cable with the following features • Smaller diameter • Excellent environmental properties • Perfect cable structure with high fiber density • The outer sheath is a PE layer • Fiber count between 12~288 core • fiber bundle diameter: 5.8 – 11.2 mm • Singlemode or Multimode • Greater blowing distance • Fiber: G.G652D, G.657A1, G.657A2 Temperature Performance: Storage and Transportation [°C]: -40 to +60 Installation [°C]: -20 to +50 Operation [°C]: -30 to +60 Mechanical Performance Test compliance: Tension: IEC 60794-1-21 Method E1 Bend: IEC 60794-1-21 Method E11 Crush: IEC 60794-1-21 Method E3 Marking: ABC assemblies have markings showing the cable type and fiber number, Year of manufacture, Length marking. The individual fiber core is identified by their color according to the standard fiber colors.