In the world of modern technology, the emphasis is typically on establishing a secure network. An initial step in obtaining a thriving network is first establishing physical security within your fiber optic applications. Fiber Optic Splice Trays not only provide a protective space, they also provide organization for fusion splices.
Plastic or Aluminum?
The Fiber Splice Tray, 12 Single Fusion Splices, Plastic, 0.5”x7”x4.75” is made to safely organize and store fiber optic splices, while remaining compliant with industry specifications. This Fiber Splice Tray, manufactured of plastic with a blue base and a clear cover, accommodates up to a dozen single fusion splices. Moreover, this particular Splice Tray is fully compliant with Telecordia GR-769 and fits standardized patch panels and wall mount enclosures.
We also offer the Fiber Splice Tray, 24 Single Fusion Splices, Aluminum, 0.5”x12.25”x4” for larger scale fiber networking applications. This fiber splice tray secures up to 16 mechanical splices or 24 single fusion splices; adhesive backed fiber insert-holders and assorted cable ties are included with this unit that is manufactured of black aluminum.
Consider Our Fiber Patch Panels to Enhance Your Network’s Level of Security
No fiber network is complete without rack mount fiber patch panels, such as the Fiber Patch Panel, Slide-Out, Up to 36 Ports, 1U. This product is designed to support patching and splicing in one unit, accommodating up to 36 fibers; additionally, there is a slide out master panel with an integrated “tray stop” to prevent the over extension of fiber cable as well as drawer slides that are nylon, which makes the drawer slide in and out with ease.
Our informative and experienced representatives are ready to assist you with any questions that you might have, regarding your fiber optic network. We offer a superior selection of quality products as well as competitive pricing to help get your project completed and under budget. Thank you for visiting our website!
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