CENTRAL OFFICEA HIGH-PERFORMANCE DISTRIBUTION CENTRAL OFFICE IS THE BASIS FOR EVERY FTTX STRATEGY
Network operators who can rely fully on their hubs can be proactive and confident when conducting business on the market. An uncomplicated out-of-the-box solution is ideal for them. They should be able to set up big distributors effortlessly, expand them seamlessly and operate them trouble-free. And they can do just that thanks to perfectly coordinated modular systems and planning assistance from FibreConneX.
The ODF SCM (optical distribution frame with the single circuit management system) is the main component of the distribution system. It is configured in five minutes, set up with a flick of the wrist and fitted with pre-terminated modules. The ODF SCM then hits the starting line all set to go. The distribution system is suitable for P2P, P2MP and xWDM applications. All standard commercial FO cable types today can be connected trouble-free to
the main distributor frame. Moreover, high packing densities involving more than 2,300 fibres can be easily accommodated & handled.
The raceway system is like a racetrack for the fibre optic cables in the hub. It can be used to guide cables safely between distributors, active units, inputs and outputs.
THE COMPONENTS CAN BE JOINED TOGETHER WITH THE GREATEST OF EASE, BASED ON THEIR MODULAR DESIGN.
The FibreConneX foxs line has the appropriate components for every conceivable application. Splitters can be integrated per splice or simply per connector, no matter whether the single circuit management (SCM) system is employed with its handy modular and tray technology or tried-and-tested 19’’ units are used.
For WAN, back-haul and backbone cabling, the range offers 19’’ Unirack inserts, among other options. In cases involving hybrid cabling, like: bonding, vectoring, G.Fast etc., network operators can turn to the copper connection technology from the VS range at FibreConneX, moreover remote powering for the active devices is perfectly supported.
OUTSIDE PLANTOUT IN THE FIELD EVERYTHING HAS TO BE EVEN SAFER, MORE STABLE AND EASIER TO MAINTAIN.
Outside plant cabling regularly faces the biggest challenges of all. FibreConneX has a complete lineup of correspondingly sturdy street cabinets, closures and small distributors incorporating top-grade connection and distribution technology. The platforms support all cable types, topologies and expansion strategies for fibre optic networks.
Street cabinets and cable distributors are the milestones on the road to FTTX and key distribution points for entire towns or neighborhoods. They are equipped with the same compact distributor modules as are used in the central office. With this approach, FibreConneX reduces the expense and effort that go into planning, training and installation. There are “design-in-solutions” for existing housings and quick-assembly retrofit kits. FibreConneX provides adaptations and pre-
terminated modules for special applications, proprietary standards and national specifications. The HD cable distributor has a packing density of more than 3,000 splice connections, which could well be a record. Optimum use can therefore be made of valuable sites requiring permits.
FibreConneX has developed the sturdiest enclosures to meet the toughest conditions of use in manholes, on facades and poles. They meet the conditions above the ingress protection rating of IP68. Up to 1,152 splice connections can be safely stored in the compact covers. Fibre and subscriber management remains convenient and straightforward in spite of this extraordinary packing density. As a result, network operators enjoy tremendous freedom in the approach they take to covering the last mile. Any set of cable inputs can be selected for the bottom of the enclosure. The enclosures also serve as housings for mass splices to connect back-haul or WAN applications.
CUSTOMERCONNECTION TO HIGH-RISES AND RESIDENTIAL COMPLEXES.
A connection to one building can open the way to a large number of customers. Access providers can find appealing market opportunities for fibre optic packages in high-rises and large residential complexes. However, they need a scalable cabling system that can be easily adapted to the specific situation of the building. Above all, this system has to simplify fibre and subscriber management so that new subscribers or services can be added and connected quickly.The FibreConneX flexible solutions for big buildings ensure success every time.
The versatile Venus Boxes serve as building entry points and are available in varying sizes. They also provide a compact platform for splice and splitter cabling as well as for patch and CWDM cabling in the building. Up to 864 fibres can be supplied with one Venus Box. Cable inputs at both sides of the front simplify installation in riser zones. Stories or apartments can be connected in no time with the fibre optic outlets from FibreConneX. The outlets for splice cabling on customer premises is an ideal solution with its effective fibre guidance, rear- side storage space for excess cable lengths and integrated dust protection. The pigtails are safe and sound in a separate chamber next to the connection panel. Ingenious quick-assembly technology helps installers to save time. One click and the Fibre Outlet is solidly connected to the mounting frame.
CUSTOMERCABLING FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS.
If a network operator wants to supply a large number of small buildings with fibre optic connections, it needs extremely efficient and fast solutions. The task is to hook up entire housing developments in the shortest possible time. FibreConneX has the right solutions, from the small Venus Box for the building entry point to the professional home network.
One highlight in the range is the field-terminable connector as an alternative to fusion splicing. It can be connected with fibres in no time at all. This procedure requires no specialized knowledge and can be carried out by an experienced
installer on site. The FO mini- outlet is especially made for the use of field terminable connectors. This ultra-flat outlet offers robust protection for the connector and sufficient space for extra fibres.
Fibre optic cabling throughout buildings and homes is the wave of the future. Today, people often still select hybrid infrastructures and continue using the coax and twisted-pair copper cabling already in place. FibreConneX has also developed suitable distributors and connection outlets for this approach. That means customers can use different services while at the same time preparing their buildings or homes for subsequent migration to Fibre in the Home.