MDODF, 600mm x 300mm

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A$3,259.28 Incl. GST
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The main functions of the MDODF (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 MDODF is usually located at the end of a suite of equipment racks. The MDODF can also be installed back to back or side by side at a MOF installation.

MDODF’s hold up to 9 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 the adjacent 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 up to720 fibres. Also accepts ribbon fibre cables with tubes housing 72 fibres 
  • Is easily added to existing HDODF and ODF installations 
  • The MDODF can also be installed: stand-alone or back to back or side by side 
  • 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 
  • Fitted with CEMT (Cable Element Management Tray) to fasten cables CSM and run cable elements in flexible transport tubes to each subrack position
  • Outgoing patchcords travel in an organised, protected manner, along a designated route, from each subrack, until they leave the MDODF at the top LHS, through a convoluted tube to the overhead ducting system 
  • Allows for storing excess patchcord length (of 2500mm) in a neat and organized manner 
  • 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. 2RU splice/patch (72f); or 2RU patch/patch subracks 
  • 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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