Plug & Play
Cabling directly from the subscriber wall box to the panel in the technical room. A 2-fiber, white subscriber cable is used. In one end there is a pre-terminated subscriber wall box with two SC/PC connectors. In the other end, the subscriber cable is terminated with a reinforced breakout with two LC/PC connectors. This is one of the smallest connectors and enables pulling through small ducts. The end with the breakout is also supplied with a protective pulling sock.
You can connect up to 12 pcs. subscriber wall boxes to each panel. When connecting to the panel, the cable is simply attached with strips and connectors are plugged into the ready-made LC/PC duplex adapter panel. Since a 2-fiber cable with connectors is used, the Plug & Play solution can be easily used in both 1-fiber and 2-fiber communication solutions.
SUBSCRIBER WALL BOX
The subscriber wall box with pre-terminated cable is delivered on a cardboard box with a drum and the wall box connected to the inner end of the cable. After measuring the cabling lengths, you can order different lengths of cable on the drums. An excess length must be added in the order. This excess length is handled in the technical room either with storage units in the panels or in a coiling management frame.
In smaller buildings where the need for capacity is lower, this small wall cabinet is an alternative to a rack. Inside the fiber cabinet it is mounting profiles inn aluminum, this gives an unique flexibility. The mounting profiles can be adjusted in depth and adapted to individual needs. In the cabinet, you can use additional equipment such as bend limiter, routing guide, power outlets, shelves etc.
TOOLS FOR ASSEMBLY
One-Click connector cleaner used for professional cleaning of optical connectors. Over 500 cleanings per unit (One-Click). Efficient cleaning of optical connectors can prevent losses and reflections which in turn can cause communication errors.
For Plug & Play, this is all the fiber tool you need. An end face fiber microscope can also be used to check the surfaces of the contacts.