Fiber optic distribution boxes, also known as fiber optic cable joint boxes or splice enclosures, are essential components of fiber optic networks. These boxes provide a safe and organized environment for splicing, distributing, and connecting fiber optic cables. SMC fiber optic distribution boxes are widely used in telecommunications, data centers, CATV networks, and other industries that require reliable and high-speed data transmission.
SMC fiber optic distribution boxes are designed to withstand harsh outdoor environments and provide excellent protection for fiber optic cables and equipment. The boxes are made of high-strength SMC (Sheet Molding Compound) material, which is resistant to corrosion, impact, and UV radiation. The SMC material also provides good insulation and thermal stability, preventing condensation and maintaining a stable temperature inside the box.
The box doors of SMC fiber optic distribution boxes are equipped with special sealing mechanisms, waterproof locks, and three-point door latches, ensuring a secure and reliable seal against moisture and dust. The boxes can be equipped with 12-core fusion splicing and distribution modules, allowing for easy and efficient cable management. They also support the installation of FC/SC fiber optic adapters for easy connection to fiber optic cables.
SMC fiber optic distribution boxes come in different sizes and capacities to meet the needs of different applications. The capacities range from 144 cores to 576 cores, with options for single-fiber and ribbon-fiber splicing. The boxes can be installed as floor-mounted or wall-mounted, depending on the installation requirements.
Main Features Of SMC Optical Distribution Box :
- Robust Body: The box is thick and robust, with excellent insulation to prevent condensation inside the box. It is capable of withstanding severe weather conditions and harsh working environments.
- Special Sealing: The box door is equipped with a special sealing mechanism, waterproof locks, and a three-point locking system for safety and reliability. The sealing performance is excellent.
- Integrated Module: The box can be equipped with a 12-core fusion splicing and distribution module for easy installation and management of fiber optic cables.
- Adaptable Adapters: The box can be used for installation of FC/SC fiber optic adapters.
- Cable Protection: The box is equipped with reliable cable fixing and grounding protection devices.
- Suitable for Single Core and Ribbon Fibers: The box is suitable for splicing and termination of both single core and ribbon fibers.
- Different Capacities: The box comes in different capacities, ranging from 144 to 576 fiber optic cores.
- Multiple Installation Methods: The box can be installed in various ways, including floor-standing and wall-mounted, to meet different installation requirements.
- Complies with Standard: The box complies with YD/T988-2007 standard.
- Operating Temperature: -40°C to +60°C.
- Relative Humidity: ≤ 95% (at +40°C).
- Atmospheric Pressure: 70Kpa to 106Kpa.
- Withstand Voltage: ≥ 3000V(DC)1min without breakdown or flashover.
- Insulation Resistance: ≥ 1000MΩ ,500V(DC).
- Mechanical Strength: Withstands pressure greater than 980N perpendicular to the surface.
- Meets FVO Level of GB11020-89.
- Service Life: More than 15 years.
In conclusion, the SMC Optical Distribution Box is an ideal solution for splicing and distribution of fiber optic cables in various settings. It offers robust protection, reliable sealing, easy installation, and multiple installation methods to meet different requirements. With its various capacities and adaptable adapters, it is an ideal choice for different fiber optic networks. The SMC Optical Distribution Box complies with the YD/T988-2007 standard and meets all necessary technical specifications for reliable and long-lasting use.
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