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Fiber Optic Splice Enclosure In A Communication System Application

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Many people using FOC (fiber optic cable) may be very familiar with this. It is called a fiber optic splice closure. In fact, in addition to underground applications, the fiber optic connector is also used for the FTTH "tap" position of the antenna, fiber optic cable, and the drop cable into the drop cable. It is commonly used for outdoor fiber optic cables to provide space for outdoor fiber optic cables. The inside of the fiber optic splice case and the fiber tray will protect the splice fiber and the outdoor fiber optic cable splice section.

The horizontal type of fiber optic splice closure looks like a flat or cylindrical box, providing space and protection for fiber optic connectors and connectors. They can be installed in antennas, buried or underground applications. Most horizontal fiber optic connectors can be fitted with hundreds of fiber optic connections. They are designed to be waterproof and dustproof. They can be used in the temperature range of -40 ° C to 85 ° C and can accommodate pressures from 70 to 106 kPa, and the housings are usually made of high-strength construction plastic. The vertical type of fiber optic connector closure looks like a dome. This is why they are also called domed. They specified the same specifications as the horizontal type. They are usually designed for buried applications.

Application headers provide room to connect outdoor fiber optic cables together. Optical splice tray is also needed. They provide perfect protection for external plant fiber cable glands. Optical fiber connector box can use both ribbon and round cable. Each type (ribbon or round cable) meets the requirements of different fiber splicing counts. They are widely used in optical fiber communication systems.

Fiber optic splice closure can accept loose stranded, unidirectional or ribbon cable armor or dielectric configurations and can be used in docking or in-line configurations. The LG-55 closure uses a unique cable clamp design to seal the cable, allowing the two half-covers to be removed without interfering with the contents. In addition, AFL's peel and gasket systems are incorporated to ensure tight connections across a wide range of cable diameters, completely sealing and protecting the fibers while eliminating cumbersome tape and gaskets - making installation quick and easy.


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