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Optics & Photonics -> Optical Systems Test & Measuring Equipment -> Fiber Optic Organizer

Fiber Optic Organizer

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Fusion Splice Protector is offered in 2 different ODs.

Fusion Splice Protector is offered in 2 different ODs.

Greene Tweed & Co.    Kulpsville, PA 19443 0305
May 09, 2003 Fiber optic SpliceGuard™ utilizes proprietary Hermacrimp™ seal to protect fusion splice from water, humidity, corrosive environments, and particulate contamination. With operating temperature range of -40 to +150°C, product handles pressures to 500 psi. Available in 0.150 and 0.100 in. 0Ds with 1.5 in. lengths, product allows for maximum utilization of space and is color-coded for various types and sizes of fiber.

Polishing Fixture/Film suits fiber optic installers.

Polishing Fixture/Film suits fiber optic installers.

Ideal Industries, Inc.    Sycamore, IL 60178
Dec 19, 2002 With grooved face, plastic polishing fixture Model 45-342 is suited for use with ST, SC, and FC connectors with 2.5 mm ferrules. Precision manufactured center hole diameter assures that ferrule is kept perpendicular to polishing surface. Aluminum oxide polishing film provides consistency resulting in repeatable connector finishes on ceramic, stainless steel, plastic, and composite ferrules. Single sheet yields range of 10–20 connectors when used in 3-step process.

Splice Tray System provides place for safe splicing.

Splice Tray System provides place for safe splicing.

Richco, Inc.    Chicago, IL 60680
May 14, 2002 Optical Fiber Splice Tray System (OFST/OFSTH) provides protective environment where excess fiber can be stored and splices may occur without damage to fiber. Splice tray is offered in 2 styles: OFST-1-P for plain tray, and OFST-1-M for managed tray with specific dark fiber storage area. Connected together, trays can be stacked to any height. Trays offer 1 slot on their long side for fiber routing from tray to tray and can be opened from either side.

Splice Shelves suit high-density applications.

Fons Corp.    Northboro, MA 01532
May 02, 2002 HRC Shelves accommodate up to 288 fibers and are utilized where splicing within rack or frame is preferred. They are available in 72, 144, 216, and 288 configurations for individual fiber splicing. Higher density capacity can be achieved by using mass fusion splicing within shelf. Shelves can be used as stand-alone units, or can be stacked with other interconnect optical cross connect shelves.

Fiber Cabinet holds up to 216 fibers.

Fons Corp.    Northboro, MA 01532
Apr 24, 2002 Rack-mounted HRC suite, for high density applications such as Fiber-in-the-Metro (FITM) and Fiber-to-the-Business (FTTB), has bend radius controls at all exit ports, strain relief protection, and space for easy access to individual adapters and assemblies. Cabinet can be configured for variety of installation approaches, from pre-terminated to splicing on frame, while retaining maximum rack density. Splicing can be done at factory.

Two-Prong Saddle holds fiber optic cable.

Two-Prong Saddle holds fiber optic cable.

Richco, Inc.    Chicago, IL 60680
Dec 11, 2001 Mini Optical Fiber Network Saddle snaps into square hole providing anti-rotational benefit. It has small footprint for tight board space and board storage constraints. Low profile allows airflow to move freely over circuit board for cooling components. Saddle design applies little to no stress on fiber when installing.

Fiber Network Saddle holds fiber without stress.

Fiber Network Saddle holds fiber without stress.

Richco, Inc.    Chicago, IL 60680
Dec 11, 2001 Model MOFNSB comes with adhesive backed base for easy placement. Entry point allows almost no resistance to loading based on nominal diameters, placing little to no stress on optical fiber. Low profile allows for better airflow over board, and takes up very little space. Because of its small size, it allows boards to be placed close together.

Optical Fiber Bracket holds up to eight jacketed cables.

Optical Fiber Bracket holds up to eight jacketed cables.

Richco, Inc.    Chicago, IL 60680
Dec 11, 2001 OFB3P-4-19 bracket has four slots for routing up to eight 3 mm jacketed fiber cables. It snaps into 0.187 in. dia hole in 0.064 in. thick panel for secure mechanical mount, and has anti-rotation pin requiring 0.125 in. dia hole. Bracket is made from V-0 rated flame retardent material.

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