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Optic Distribution

Wall boxes act as the interface between the optical access network of the service provider (drop cable) and the internal "In-the-Home" network (FTTH). A passive connection enclosure at the Building Entry Point (BEP) is used for splicing, routing, or connecting fibers.

The Optibox family of products offers a comprehensive enclosure portfolio to address a large variety of applications. From large buildings such as multi-dwelling units (MDU) to single family homes, with patching, splicing and splitting capabilities, the Optibox family satisfies the most demanding applications.

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Wall box types

Features of OPTIBOX 4:

  • Up to 4 adapters of SC shape
  • Easy-to-use splicing and patching box, consisting of base, fiber tray and cover
  • Radius protected fiber management with a minimum bending radius of 28 mm
  • Dedicated storage area for unused fibers
  • 2 different levels for managing up to 24 splices
  • 1 cable entry and 4 cable exits (one of which is bend-radius protected through the enclosure)
  • Optional lock available
  • Dedicated area to accommodate gas blockers if required

Features of OPTIBOX 4i:

  • Up to 4 adapters of SC shape
  • Radius protected fiber management with a minimum bending radius of 28 mm
  • Dedicated storage area for unused fibers
  • Two different levels for managing up to 24 splices
  • 1 cable entry and 2 cable exits (one at the top and one through the enclosure)
  • Outside cable entries and exits are sealed with polymer cable glands
  • Harsh environment protected ODC-2 (2 fibers) sockets mountable for creating external connections
  • Optional lock available
  • Enclosure suitable for outdoor applications (IP67)
  • Dedicated area to accommodate gas blockers if required

Features of OPTIBOX 6:

  • Up to 6 adapters of SC shape (LC, LX.5, SC, E-2000TM)
  • Installer-friendly splicing and patching box, consisting of base, tray and cover
  • Storage area for uncut fibers
  • Radius protected fiber management with a minimum bending radius of 25 mm
  • Special strain relief for incoming fiber optic cable
  • Up to 12 splices distributed on two levels
  • Cable input and outputs are sealed with rubber half-shell
  • Optional lock available
  • Dedicated area to accommodate gas blockers if required

Features of OPTIBOX 12:

  • Patch panel up to 48 adapters
  • Splice cassettes up to 24 modules
  • Modular and flexible configurations
  • Midspan system for multi-tube distribution cables
  • 2 midspan cable entries
  • 6 output hinged half-shell grommets cable entries
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