Fibre optic patch panel, Splice/Patch, SC/A, 24 fibre, 1RU, left pivot

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This subrack is typically used in Optical Fibre Termination Frames.

The main functions of the subrack are to provide: a managed standard fibre installation, reticulation, interconnection, distribution, re-arrangement and maintenance activities at a common point. It also allows for fibre testing and fault finding activities. Typically an external optical fibre cable is fusion spliced to pigtails, which are connected to patch cords. Typically the patch cords can cross-connect (in a FTF) or connect to transmission equipment.

A major feature of this tray is the minimum amount of movement that occurs to loose tubes and optical fibre cords, as the tray opens and closes. This ensures a very high degree of protection for working services. Also, the fusion splices are located in a protected position, because there is very little chance of them being disturbed when patch cords are being installed, as the subracks tray only needs to be opened a very small amount.

  • Splice/Patch LH pivot open Subrack (1RU), for 24 optical fibres, rear mounts in a 19“ rack
  • Maintains fibre bending radii throughout, for terminated optical fibres at 30mm
  • Supplied with 1 set of 2 high 12 fibre, splice tray assemblies (Part No: TC251S-2AX), for 24 fusion splices
  • Two splice protector clips are located on each splice tray
  • Optical fibre tubes are fed to the trays RHS entry securing point, then around the rear of the body under a guiding/protection plate, to pass around the LHS guiding cylinder to the splice trays, through smooth, large curves
  • Provides patching connection for up to 24 optical fibres, with A/SC (IEC Grade “A”) connectors, using 3 x 8 position angled patch panels
  • Entering/leaving fibre cords are guided by 30mm radius removable guides
  • A hinged front cover, with a patch panel label is located in front of the patch panels. Cover secured with magnetic catches
  • A guiding cylinder is provided, at LHS front on swing out tray, to guide entering loose tubes to splice trays
  • RHS rear entry, cable break-out to loose tubes that flow along rear and LHS of subrack to guiding cylinder, then onto splice trays, through large, smooth curves. Cable is secured at RHS entry point
  • Rear mounts in a 19” rack
  • 24 x A/SC (IEC Grade “A”) through adaptors provided; they have a ceramic zirconia sleeve
  • Pigtails ( 900 μm) and simplex A/SC (IEC Grade “A”) through adaptors, supplied
  • Supplied with 19” rear mounting brackets and mounting hardware
  • Hook and loop style fasteners supplied
  • Included in accessory kit are items such as: a small subrack entry bracket for holding a 16mm dia convoluted tube retaining clip; plus mounting screws and nuts. This enables the LH 1RU subrack to be mounted and used in HDODF’s
  • Heat shrink splice protectors (Part No: 65404004 – Pack of 25); are supplied
  • Purchase as a unit

440/482mm (W)(Body/Mounts) x 44mm (H) x 278mm (D)

Weight 3.8 kg
Materials Steel, Plastic and Optical Fibre
Colour Light Grey

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