96 Fibers Inline Splice Closure for Optical Fiber Cable

96 Fibers Inline Splice Closure for Optical Fiber Cable ensure reliability and long-lasting protection for optical fibers and splices, while also being easy to install and maintain. A variety of closures are available that cater to different types of networks. You can order specific versions depending on your needs like the number of fibers/cables, cable diameter, or type of optical cable – single or ribbon fiber. And finally, you have the option to order splice cassettes separately which allows for more flexibility and efficiency down the line.

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Specification Of 96 Fibers Inline Splice Closure for Optical Fiber Cable

Witdh (mm)445
Height (mm)220
Input Cable Dimension2x15mm
Output Cable Dimension4x10mm

Features of 96 Fibers Inline Splice Closure for Optical Fiber Cable

  • Branching and straight through joints

  • Wall, pole or stand mount

  • Manhole, buried and aerial joints

  • All ultra-high speed networks

  • Ultra small, suitable for allapplicat

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