Pre-Terminated Cables

Pre-terminated fibre and copper cables supplied to individual project requirements

At MSS Data Solutions, we provide end-to-end solutions for the needs of any fibre optic and communications project. Our engineering and production facility in Melbourne is certified to ISO 9001 and utilises the latest technology to manufacture pre-terminated cables and cable assemblies.  

Why Pre-Terminated Cables?  

With a short lead-time and 100% fully tested before they leave our lab, our pre-terminated MSS Fibre Systems and MSS Copper Systems cables can be produced to meet any networking application requirements. Designed for quick and easy installation, we supply to your specific length, core count, colour and connector type. Our pre-terminated cables are manufactured to short lead times and are an ideal solution for installers looking to reduce waste, save installation time on site, and lower their overall costs. 

We also have the facility to terminate your existing fibre and copper cables. Provide us with your cable and we will terminate it to your requirements.

All fibre and copper cables are terminated and tested in our Melbourne manufacturing facility and provided with a test report for each cable assembly.  

Fibre Cables

Our fibre optic cables are available in loose tube, indoor/outdoor riser and MilSpec, and are an ideal solution for installers without fibre optic experience quoting for projects involving fibre cabling.  

Need help choosing the right fibre cable? Download our selection guide for assistance. Or give us a call on 1800 328 200. 

Complete the fibre order form and one of our expert sales team members will get in touch to discuss your requirements.  

Copper Cables

Cables can be manufactured to suit your individual project requirements with the range expanding to include Cat6 and Cat6a with RJ plugs, Keystone or Clipsal/HPM outlets on one end or both.  
  
Complete the fibre order form and one of our expert sales team members will get in touch to discuss your requirements.  

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