FOSC-S03 Splitter type Fiber Optic Splice Closures
Dome Splitter type fiber optic splice closures, max. 24 adapter panel, 1:8 or 1:16 plc splitter, 5 cable ports
In the Fiber Optic network, generally cables are limited to have 2km or 3km per reel, thus it requires a device to extending the fiber cable in the long haul cable network, CATV HFC network, FTTH PON network, etc. A traditional fiber optic splice closures with multiple ports for cable entry in and with ports for cable extending, distributing, branching, etc. inside the box body, there is space with fiber optic splice tray installed for holding, protecting and managing the fiber cable after cable been spliced. There are in-line type, some times we say horizontal type fiber optic splice closures, and dome type or vertical type, butt type. However, recently closures are with more function than cable protection and joint, but splitting, thus splitting type fiber optic splice closure is very popular now, all this joint closures are made of high strength plastic, with excellent waterproof, dust proof, features. Tarluz offered various of FOSC, please feel free to contact for more product information.
- Applied for bunchy fiber
- Dome type/cap type/butt type
- Splicing trays are layered and easy to be dis assembled, convenient installation.
- Easy to install and re-entry with a common can wrench.
|Sealing Structure||mechanical sealing|
|Splice Capacity per Tray||24 fibers (Single Fiber) (Tray No.: 035)|
|Max. No. of Trays||2 pieces|
|Max. Capacity||Single Fiber: 48 fibers|
|No. of Cable Ports||5 ports|
|Max. Cable Diameter||10~17.5mm|
|Max. Adapter Quantity||18pcs|
|Applicable Splitter||1pc of 1*16 or 2*16 Splitter|
|1||Mounting Hoop||1pc||For pole mounting|
|2||Wrench||1pc||Fix or fasten nuts|
|3||Nylon Tie||As per capacity||Fix fiber|
|5||Fiber Splice Protective Sleeve||As per capacity||Protect fiber splices|
|6||Insulation Tape||1pc||Enlarge cable diameter for easy fixing|
- Aerial, Duct, Direct Bury and Wall mounting application
- FTTH PON network, CATV network, other fiber optic network