Fiber Optic Splice closure is a protective device to connect and store optical fibers in outside plants or inside buildings.
It provides ample space and protection for spliced fiber optic cables, ensuring that splice closure is undamaged by the harsh environment.
Fibconet splice closure offers the following features:
Made of PC, ABS or PPR to ensure durability in harsh conditions, such as
Solid structure, perfect outline and resistance to thunder and erosion.
Strong and reasonable structure that can be opened and reused after sealing.
IP68 protection against water and dust, with a unique grounding device to ensure sealing performance and easy installation.
Suitable for various applications, with good sealing performance and high-strength engineering plastic housing, that is resistant to aging, corrosion, high temperature and high mechanical stress .
Most splice enclosures are made of high-strength plastic or stainless steel and feature designs that allow for easy installation.
Enclosures come in various types to accommodate placement in both outdoor and indoor settings, with options for aerial and direct-bury approaches.
Hybrid fiber enclosures are also available to suit above and below-grade applications.
Dimension and capacity
|Outside dimension (Height x Diameter)
|Weight (excluding outside box)
|Number of inlet/out ports
|Fiber cable 10 pcs
|Diameter of fiber cable
|Main fiber cable Φ7~Φ16mm,
Branch cable Φ5~Φ11.5mm
|Capacity of FOSC
There are three main types of fiber optic closures, intended for different placement options. Both types of closures can have a lot of variation in terms of trays and capacities, but they use similar materials like durable plastics and protective mechanisms such as seals made of gels, gaskets or pull-and-shrink tubing.
The most versatile splice enclosure option is the horizontal design, which can be cylindrical or flat in shape.
It can be aerially or buried underground mount, and have great capacity. A standard closure can have several splice trays, each with its own capacity for handling cables.
Common tray capacities include 12 and 24, though higher-capacity closures can handle many more.
Regardless of design, a horizontal splice enclosure must be waterproof, dustproof, and able to withstand compression.
If attached to a pole or wiring, it must be securely fastened to prevent damage from weather and wind.
The vertical splice enclosure design is intended for both buried and above ground applications.
These closures come in different configurations and capacities, with variations in the number of trays and inlet/outlet ports to match cable capacity.
Vertical enclosures must also protect against the elements, especially if used underground where exposure to water and dirt poses a risk to the cables. Seals and waterproof technology are essential to keep out insects, dirt and moisture.
The hybrid fiber enclosure is the most versatile of the enclosures, capable of securing network fiber in any weather, temperature, or location. This flexibility allows for wall, aerial or cell installations, as well as pedestal mounting and below-grade applications.
Other benefits of the hybrid enclosure include:
The equipment packaging is designed to be moisture-proof and earthquake-proof, with accessories packed in plastic bags and sealed in boxes. Boxes are marked with moisture-proof and earthquake direction signs.
During transport, it is important to:
When storing the equipment, it is important to: