In the past, the optical fibers used in optical telecommunications buildings were typically located at about 100 cores or less in consoles aggregated to some aggregate fiber optic equipment panels, others taking the initiative to reduce battery capacity. Therefore, in the past there were many shortcomings in communications. In order to improve optical fiber communications, many suppliers have stepped up their research and production in this area. Optical fiber closure is one of them. Fiber closure is a passive device that provides good protection for fiber splices. Can be airborne assembly, pipe assembly and underground embedding.
It is an important optical communication system accessories, mainly for fiber optic cable terminal connections, fiber optic adapter installation, fiber optic cable channel balance, cable balanced hub and optical cable protection. The operation and adaptability in use play an important role. Basically, the optical fiber connector package has three advantages, so accepted by the buyer. First, if you talk about speed, you can not tolerate agnosticism if you own it. Second, it has other capabilities to bridge farther distances and to facilitate the proper distance of connections. Third, and more importantly, there will be no accidents during its construction.
The fiber closure is made of special industrial grade high strength plastic with a reliable moisture barrier. They are also optimized to resist material aging due to factors in the natural environment such as UV light. It is often used with outdoor fiber optic cables to provide room for outdoor fiber optic cables to be spliced together. 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. In general, fiber optic splice cases are dome-shaped and horizontal, and horizontal fiber splice cases are more commonly used.
Most horizontal fiber closures accommodate hundreds of fiber connections. Vertical type fiber optic connectors meet the same specifications as horizontal types. They are designed for buried applications. Vertical fiber splice box made of high-quality engineering plastics, and with a different number of fiber core. Fiber optic splice boxes for cable, telecom and fiber optic networks. You know, it uses both ribbon and round cables. Each type (ribbon or round cable) meets the requirements of different fiber splicing counts.