Pass-through-branch enclosure allows you to connect the fiber of an easy access cable with a pigtail leading to a subscriber's socket. It can be used in a series of trays with dimensions: 70 x 45 [WxD] [mm]
The RISER cable wall box, up to 14 thermal or mechanical splices FL-2529, 65x215x41 (WxHxD), FR ABS, color RAL9010 (Part number: KLD-BOX-F) from brand FCA is an Optical Fiber Splice Closures with 12 fibers.
Splicing box for indoor riser cable.
IP40 is an IP rating that indicates a level of protection against solid objects. The rating system, known as Ingress Protection, is a standardized way to describe the level of protection that a piece of equipment has against dust, dirt, and other solid materials. An IP40 rating means that the equipment is protected against the ingress of objects that are larger than 1mm in diameter. The higher the IP rating, the greater the level of protection against solid objects and liquids, making it an important consideration for products used in outdoor or industrial settings.
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.
In-line closure style refers to a method of organizing and protecting fiber optic cables that involves placing the fiber splices and terminations within a compact, in-line enclosure. This style of closure is often used in outdoor or harsh environments where fiber cables may be exposed to the elements or subject to physical stress. The in-line design allows for easy access to the cable for maintenance and repair, while also providing protection against water, dust, and other contaminants. In-line fiber closures can be used in a variety of applications, including telecommunications, cable TV, and internet service provider networks.