Fibre optic patch panel, splice only, 24 fibre stranded, 1RU, left pivot, mid, rear mount

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This subrack is typically used in Optical Fibre Termination Frames, or Customer cabinets, to provide a reliable, low loss permanent connection between optical fibre cables for DWDM or similar systems.

The main functions of the subrack are to provide: a managed standard fibre installation, reticulation, interconnection and distribution activities at a common point. It also allows for fibre testing and fault finding activities.

A major feature of this subrack 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 the subracks tray is opened.

  • 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 provided 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 – in large, smooth curves
  • Entry and exit loose/transport tubes are guided by 30mm radius removable guides
  • An easily accessible, hinged cover, with a fusion splice recording label is provided at the front of the tray
  • Supplied with mid and rear mounting brackets and mounting hardware
  • Hook and loop style fasteners supplied
  • Heat shrink splice protectors, Pack of 25, supplied
  • An accessory kit of items is supplied, including a clear plastic cover
  • Purchase as a unit
Dimensions 462/490mm (W)(Body/Guides) x 45mm (H) x 280mm (D)
Weight 4.04kg
Materials Steel and Plastic
Colour Light Grey

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