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Pre-terminated Fiber Cabinets Save Time and Money

May 23, 2007 8:00 AM

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Customized to each user's specifications, the Axcess Solutions Series by Preformed Line Products features Coyote wall-mount and rackmount pre-terminated cabinets designed to reduce installation labor costs. Fiber assemblies are 100 percent tested and labeled using ISO-certified procedures, and each unit is ready for splicing right out of the box, according to the company.

The Axcess Solutions series of pre-terminated fiber cabinets are designed to provide secure splice protection and interconnection for customer demarcation and remote site applications. For maximum protection, all Coyote pre-terminated cabinets are made from 16-gauge steel, protected with a powder-coat finish. Craft-friendly Coyote splice trays, pigtail bundles, and adapter modules accommodate up to 200 fibers in the following configurations:

  • Wall-mount cabinets feature a lockable inner door to secure the splicing compartment and a gasketed inner door to provide dust protection. All cabinets include mounting hardware, tie-off brackets, grounding posts, and hardware to secure splice trays.
  • Rackmount cabinets come with universal mounting brackets to fit 19in. or 23in. racks or enclosures. The clear front door and access panels are removable for easy entry. Smaller rackmount cabinets have keyhole slots for optional wall mounting, and the splice-in-back option saves rack space.

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