SPSH Cassette Splicing Module (ver. inglese)
The splicing module is the first transition element between the external cable arriving from the network and the internal interconnection elements. It is therefore used to organise the distribution of the fibres in order to route them to the patching functions. The elementary module is available for OPTEASTAR frames (600 mm or 900 mm width). The sub-rack module is designed for standard frames
StandardsInternazionale : Nexans specification
In terms of structuring of the internal cabling, the SPSH cassettes splicing module is used for :
The splicing module is a basic chassis composed of many levels used to receive the cassette trays for storage and management of splices or couplers.
Each level can have :
The maximum capacity of each module is 288 fibres for ETSI formats, 384 for 19" and 23" formats spliced in accordance with the chosen splice protection tubes and pigtails type. The module is compatible with the various formats on the market, namely 19", ETSI, 23", etc.
For cabling configurations necessitating a front pigtail ouput, a device for pigtail management is delivered pre-mounted at the output of the splicing cassette.
The module is of the swiveling type, in order to optimise accessibility while also allowing minimum movement of the pigtails and of the fibres when opening the module.
This is used to guarantee a minimum transient loss effect.
The module is composed of:
Informazioni di vendita
|Height||Depth||Rear larger||Front larger||Front cover depth|
|19"||3 U||238 mm||433 mm||465.10 mm||37 mm|
|23"||3 U||238 mm||490 mm||566.70 mm||37 mm|
|ETSI||99.20 mm||238 mm||433 mm||515 mm||37 mm|