Component Racks

Component rack with overlength box 19" 3+1U/84HP

  • Component rack with overlength box 19" 3+1U/84HP

Component rack for use of high fiber count cables and loose tube cables. Up to 144 fibers can be divided between 12 individual modules. Cable reserves can be neatly arranged and stored in overlength box located underneath. Box can be conveniently pulled out towards the rear, allowing the fibers to remain neatly arranged in the event of expansion/upgrades or subsequent work. A patch panel is affixed to the front of the compartment via cable clamps in order to permit cable routing. The
insertion modules can be completely pulled out. Mounting is done by using threaded strips. This enables simple and quick assembly. 1HP division means the modules can be combined as desired.
Cable feed takes place via M20 inlets on the reverse side of the overlength compartment. The component rack can be completely closed by using a cover (special accessory). Add-on accessory: With the help of a BGT add-on set (consisting of 1 x component rack, 2 x plates and M20 glands), 2 component racks can be combined to form a 2x4U/168HP unit.

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Plug-in modules for component racks 19" 3U/7HP splice module

  • Plug-in modules for component racks 19" 3U/7HP splice module

Couplings, splice cassette and overlengths are all housed in a minimal amount of space while complying with the minimum bending radius of > 50 mm. All modules can be loaded with all common simplex and duplex couplings and are able to carry a maximum 24 fibers. Splice cassettes and overlength cassettes are assembled onto the module rack. Unused breakouts can be covered with dummy plugs. Module
fixing with captive screws.

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FODH Slot module for FO trunk cable

  • FODH Slot module for FO trunk cable

FODH slot module for equipping module racks (pages 38-40, 126). The FODH slot module can be equipped with FODH variant 2 and variant 3. The slot modules are affixed to the module rack via 2 screws on the panel side. The cable is clamped directly on the insert module housing.

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