HDODF, 1200mm x 300mm x 2200mm (100 series)

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TC4050100
A$3,745.68 Incl. GST
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The main functions of the HDODF (and mounted subracks) 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. The HDODF is usually located at the entrance to an Exchange or CO, where entering external optical fibre cables are terminated. The HDODF’s can also be installed back to back or side by side at a MOF installation, to terminate a large number of fibres (e.g. ~ 15,000) in a compact and organised space. 

HDODF’s hold up to 18 x splice/patch subracks, where outdoor/external optical fibre cables are fusion spliced to pigtails that connect to patch cords at a patch panel. The patch cords subsequently connect to transmission equipment, located in a nearby suite of racks.

A major feature of the subrack is the minimum amount of movement that occurs to loose tubes and optical fibre cords, as the subrack opens and closes. This ensures a very high degree of protection for working services. Also, the fusion splices and pigtails 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

  • Accepts loose/tight buffered cable types from 12 fibres upwards. Also accepts ribbon fibre cables with 144 fibre tubes maximum 
  • Is easily added to existing HDODF and ODF installations
  • The HDODF’s can also be installed: stand-alone, back to back or side by side at a MOF installation 
  • Allows for storing excess patch cord length (of 2500mm) in a neat and organized manner in LHS cord running unit 
  • Fitted with CEMT (Cable Element Management Tray) to fasten cables CSM and run cable elements in flexible transport tubes to each subrack position 
  • Can be installed on a raised floor or under overhead superstructure, for bottom and top cable entry respectively 
  • External cable entry has its own compartment that is separate from outgoing optical fibre cords 
  • Outgoing patch cords travel in an organised, protected manner, along a designated route, from each subrack, until they leave the HDODF at the top LHS, through a convoluted tube/s to the overhead ducting system 
  • Top and bottom high capacity ducting (raceway) allow side to side and back to back cross patching 
  • Accepts a variety of LH pivot, 19” rear mount subracks e.g. 1RU, 2RU splice/patch (72f), or 3RU; or 2RU patch/patch subracks, etc. 
  • Has insulated, adjustable feet, and anchoring brackets, supplied with floor securing fasteners
  • Fitted with ESD earthing point and cable connection to building earth system 
  • Optional 2 point locking doors available separately. They can be removed quickly, and are flush fitting 
  • Optional side panels slide forward for installation and removal, when installed next to adjacent obstructions 

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