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The Flexi Rack series is specially designed for termination and management of many fiber cords. This lightweight rack is made of aluminum and has 19”or ETSI profiles that allow flexible height adjustment when you install an ODF system. The system can also be delivered with cable organizers that are integrated into the framework for routing and storing patch cords. Flexi Rack is supplied as standard in 1 to 6 frames and is mounted directly on the wall or on the floor.

The rack can be used as a pure fiber rack or as a combined fiber and electronics rack. This system is suitable for fiber to the home market (FTTH). Due to the aluminum frames, the rack is reasonably light, from 13 kg (1 section 2200 mm frame). It is delivered flat-packed and splitted into several packages, so that one person can easily carry and mount the rack alone.
The open front-mounted system is user-friendly and it is easy to perform maintenance in the network.


• With integrated vertical cable organizers for easy and effective administration of patch cords

• Suited for installing all FOSS panels/ODF’s

• Standard sizes in 1 to 6 sections racks

• Available as wall mounted and floor standing rack

• A large range of accessories as Bend Controllers and Cord Guides etc.

• Custom sizes available on demand

• ETSI variant available 



The wall cabinet has Flexi profiles that enable stepless height adjustment of the equipment. The Flexi profiles can be adjusted in depth to provide the necessary space for fiber cords. We offer a range of bend limiters, cable trays and storage units for a clean installation.

  • 19” Wall cabinet with Flexi profiles
  • Cable entry at the top and bottom
  • Passively ventilated side plates
  • Is prepared for bend limiters

This compact distributor simplifies this function and offers a quick, secure and flexible solution.

Enables easy adjustment of the rack to adapt to uneven floors.

Click-in mount onto the vertical cord guide’s side grooves,keeping cords in securely in their place..

A click-in mount to the post beside the ODF to avoid tight bends on patch cords.

Guides patch cords between sections that are located apart from each other.