ADC fiber access terminals provide a robust, user friendly and cost-effective platform for delivering fiber optic service drops in FTTX deployment.
The rugged polypropylene housing is forgiving and resilient, providing protection from temperature extremes, rodents and high impact.
- Provides intuitive, flexible fiber cable management--meeting all bend radius specifications.
- Supports efficient service deployment, management and technology upgrades.
- Includes grounding for armored cables, copper equipment, towable conduit.
- Features a separate, secure compartment for splicing access
- Uses standard 216B tools.
- Meets GR-13 and NEMA 6 requirements.
- Features a self-locking, tool-less dome latch.
- Removing the dome is quick and easy - a quarter turn with a can wrench releases the top for immediate access.
- Tough resin housing ensures maximum durability.
- Self-supporting ribbed base - provides much greater stability with less leaning, twisting and/or lifting of the pedestal base. Prevents lifting of base in cold climates where ground frost occurs.
- Built-in dome handles for ease of handling.
- Standard split base allows for easy placement over existing cables and in pedestal rehab applications.
- Intelligent Design - smart cable management system maximizes performance, prevents damage and allows for future growth.
- Rugged - withstands extremes in temperature and conditions.
- Secure - self-locking dome ensures that the product will not be accidentally left open.
- Practical - Matches optical node terminal deployment to service request.
- Accepts up to 216 loose tube or 288 ribbon fiber distribution cable.
- Provides 1 to 24 drops via termination/splice or splicing only.
- Supports express pass-through, branch or taper splicing.
- Accommodates loose tube or ribbon fiber, dielectric and armored cables
- Holds 1x4, 1x8, 1x16 or 1x32 splitter modules.
Fiber Panel Type A: 12-termination connector drop
Fiber Panel Type B: Spliced drop - pass-through
Fiber Panel Type C: Spliced drop - pigtails