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FO splice closure(24 to 576 fiber)

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Brand Name: Qianhong
fiber type: suitable for both single fiber and ribbon
Place of Origin: Sichuan China
fiber capaticy: 24 to 576 fiber
model: dome FO CLOSURE
cable entries in base: total 5 to 7 holes
Model Number: GJS03
Delivery Detail: 10 days after payment
Packaging Detail: CARTONS
Selling Units: Single item
Single package size: 60X60X60 cm
Single gross weight: 6.0 KG
Chengdu Qianhong Communication Co., Ltd.
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FO splice closures  are widely apply for the connecting of optical cable.

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Per closure can accommodate up to 24--576 fiber.

 

1. The material of FOSC body:ageing resistance and ultraviolet radiation resistance
2. Base-to-dome seals on FOSC are mechanical and heat-shrinkable for ease of installation and reentry.
3. Compatible with most cable types(single fiber or ribbon), and cable constructions(loose tube, central core,

slotted core, modular). And the product can be used in any environment (aerial, buried, handhole, manhole)and in

many applications(tap-off, expressed, branch, and repair)
4. No special tools are needed to open the closure, and it can be opened and used repeatedly.

 

4 small holes +1 oval hole

5 small holes +1 oval hole

6 small holes +1 oval hole

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Technical Parameter:
1. Working Temperature: -40 degrees centigrade~+70 degrees centigrade
2. Atmospheric Pressure: 70~150Kpa
3. Axial Tension: >2000N/1min
4. Stretching Resistance: 2500N/10 square centimetre(1min)
5. Insulation resistance: >2*104MΩ
6. Voltage Strength: 15KV/1min, no arcover or breakdown
7. Pressure in the water: 50m/72hours
8. Splice tray with optical taking-in radius≥40mm. Low optical loss
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