BPEO S2 CDP Splice Closure KIT, the kit contains all the accessories necessary to perform up to 268 splice fusions, expandable up to 336.
The Corning Splice Closure BPEO S2 CDP equipped for 264F (Part number: N501757A) from brand Corning is an Optical Fiber Splice Closures with 256 fibers.
Fibre Closures BPEO size 2 and size 3 are high-capacity closures designed for use within the trunk and feeder segments of a fibre network. The organiser in a BPEO size 2 closure can accommodate up to 28 splice trays (5 mm). It has a typical capacity of 336 fusion splices when using the standard-density 5 mm tray. This amount can double when using G.657D fibre and the high-density 5 mm tray. The BPEO size 3 organiser contains 48 slot positions for splice trays (5 mm). It has a typical capacity of 576 fusion splices when using the standard density 5 mm tray. This amount can double when using G.657 fibre and the highdensity 5 mm tray. Both closures are watertight and can be pressurized for applications in all environments and mounting locations – buried, within a manhole, on the wall, or on a pole.
IP68 is an Ingress Protection (IP) rating that indicates an electrical enclosure's ability to resist the ingress of solid objects and water. The 6 in IP68 refers to its level of protection against solid objects, while the 8 indicates protection against continuous immersion in water beyond 1 meter. This rating is commonly used in marine and underwater environments, where equipment must be able to withstand long-term exposure to water. Devices with an IP68 rating can withstand complete and continuous immersion in water, making them ideal for use in harsh environments where protection from the elements is critical.
Wall-mount is a type of mounting system designed specifically for telecommunication equipment, such as routers, switches, and servers. It features adjustable brackets, cable management options, and sufficient ventilation to ensure optimal performance and longevity of the equipment. Wall-mounts are commonly used in server rooms, data centers, and other networking environments.
Dome/butt fiber closure is a type of enclosure used in the telecommunications industry to protect and manage fiber optic cables. It has a dome-shaped or cylindrical design with a hinged or removable cover for easy access to the cables. The closure typically features a sealing mechanism that ensures the cables are protected from environmental factors such as water, dust, and debris. Dome/butt fiber telco closures are used in a variety of applications, including aerial, buried, and underground installations.
Grommet cable sealing is a process that involves using a rubber or plastic grommet to protect and seal cables as they pass through an opening or a panel. The grommet creates a tight seal around the cables, preventing dust, moisture, and other contaminants from entering the protected area. This technique is commonly used in the automotive, aerospace, and electronics industries to safeguard cables and wiring from environmental damage and to ensure reliable and long-lasting performance.