Cable Management System features swing and slide platform.

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Providing fiber management and slack storage in single- and dual- gang wall outlet spaces, OptiMo Swing-Away Fiber Manager utilizes mud rings to facilitate installation of work area devices. Swing-and-slide work platform acts as third hand to assist with fiber installation. Unit accommodates up to 6 m of 900 micron buffered fiber on storage spool while also incorporating cable strain relief. It slides out of wall to allow access and can be pushed back when storage is complete.



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Ortronics/Legrand Introduces New Swing-Away Workstation Fiber Manager



NEW LONDON, Conn., Jan. 20 -- Ortronics/Legrand, a global leader in high performance fiber, copper and wireless structured cabling solutions, introduces the OptiMo Swing-Away Fiber Manager. The patent-pending Swing-Away is an innovative workstation slack storage solution that provides easier, faster and more cost-effective fiber installation at the workstation.

The Swing-Away Fiber Manager offers unique fiber management and slack storage for superior optical performance in single gang and dual gang wall outlet spaces, eliminating the need for large, obtrusive surface mount enclosures and cumbersome electrical boxes. This new concept capitalizes on the common use of mud rings as a means of facilitating installation of work area devices and adds significant advantage to the installer with a novel swing and slide work platform that acts as a "third hand" to assist with fiber installation. For easier access during fiber termination, the Swing-Away Fiber Manager conveniently slides out of the wall and swings open to the left or right. Cable strain relief is an integral component of the fiber manager. When termination and fiber storage are complete, simply swing the assembly back towards the wall and slide it into place for an attractive and secure flush mounted installation.

With Ortronics' Swing-Away Fiber Manager, terminated fibers are better protected because they are stored behind the wall similar to copper twisted- pairs. The Swing-Away Fiber Manager accommodates up to 6 meters of 900 micron buffered fiber on its handy fiber storage spool, while ensuring proper bend radius control for longer fiber life and maximum optical performance. Additionally, Swing-Away is fully compatible with Ortronics' broad range of Series II and TracJack fiber workstation modules (LC, SC, ST and MT-RJ) and is compatible with most standard Ortronics Series II and TracJack faceplates.

For more information contact:
Ortronics/Legrand, 125 Eugene O'Neill Drive, New London, CT 06320
Sales: 860-445-3900 or 800-934-5432,
Fax: 888-282-0043 or 860-405-2992
E-mail: connect@ortronics.com, Internet: www.ortronics.com

Background for Editors:

Ortronics/Legrand, headquartered in New London, Connecticut USA, is a global leader in commercial Category 5e, Category 6, fiber optic, wireless and residential/MDU high performance, high capacity structured cabling systems, including patch panels, patch cords, workstation outlets, cable management systems, 110 cross-connect systems and more. Ortronics/Legrand also offers engineering and technical support, systems planning, training programs and a 25-year extended products warranty and applications assurance warranty program.

Ortronics parent company Legrand is the world's leading specialist in residential housing and commercial building products and systems for electrical installations and information networks. With net sales close to $4 billion in 2004, the Legrand group employs 27,000 people globally, has operations in 60 locations worldwide and sells in more than 160 countries.

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