Item Number : MBN-FOSC-A1
Horizontal (Inline) fiber optic splice closures 144 Core with Mechanical Sealing by gland are made of excellent engineering plastics. Optical Fiber Splice Closure is applied in the junction and protecting of the fiber. It can be suitable for protecting optical fiber splices in straight-through and branching applications, and can be used in the aerial, duct and direct buried fiber optic cable projects.
MBN-FOSC-A1 Fiber Optic Splice Closure Mechanical Sealing By Gland Up to 144 Cores
Fiber Optic Splice Closure Description
Horizontal (Inline) Fiber Optic Splice Closures are used for the protective connection of two or multiple optical cables and optic fiber distribution. It is one of the commonly used equipment of the user access point. It is used for the outdoor connection between optical distribution cable and optical in room cable. Available for aerial, duct, direct buried application.
Fiber Optic Splice Closure Features
1.Horizontal / Inline type, 2 in 2 out, a total of 4 ports, suitable for 7~25mm cable.
2.Max capacity up to 144 cores, with 6 X 24F trays.
3. MBN-FOSC-A1 Fiber Optic Splice Closure main body uses the mechanical seal, is suitable for the Aerial and Pipeline installation.
4. The closure body is designed with buckles around it, which can be opened and used repeatedly without screws, simple in structure and easy in operation.
5 Cable sealed by nuts, cable application range, and with high mechanical performance.
6.Endure harsh conditions such as vibration, impact, tensile cable distortion, and strong temperature changes
7. High-strength engineering plastic shell.
8.It does not require special tools, easy to install, and open the duplicate.
Fiber Optic Splice Closure Application
Optical fiber communication
Fiber optic network convergence
Optical fiber access network
Fiber Optic Splice Closure Specification
|Name||Fiber Optic Splice Closure|
|Cable Hole||2 In 2 Out, 4 ports|
|Sealing Structure||Sticky cincture|
144 Cores, 6 x 24F Tray
Aerial, Pipeline, Direct-bury, Wall mount
Fiber Optic Splice Closure Parts in Details