Fibconet offers high-quality outdoor fiber optic distribution boxes that are built to withstand harsh environmental conditions.
Our fiber distribution boxes are designed to accommodate simplex or duplex adapters for your fiber-to-the-home (FTTH), fiber-to-the-building (FTTB) or fiber-to-the-curb (FTTC) project.
You can choose from a range of IP ratings, from IP65 to IP68, depending on your specific needs.
As a professional manufacturer, our tech team can provide highly customized fiber distribution box designs to suit your market requirements. Feel free to contact us for more information.
The client wiring apparatus in the FTTH optical network known as an optical fiber distribution box. It serves the optical transmission terminal’s end fusion, splitting, wiring output and other duties primarily.
Fiber distribution box can manage, terminate, and safeguard the optical fiber line effectively. It is a piece of gear require for network transmission.
One of our key accessory items, the fiber optic terminal box, has excellent sealing and stability. It has a competitive price, economical and structurally sophisticated.
In accordance with your engineering requirements, we can offer customize fiber terminal boxes.
In the telecom industry, distribution boxes are essential components used in various fiber optic architectures, including FTTH (in the floor or in the wall), FTTB (in the wall), and FTTC (usually on poles). They are also commonly use in local area networks, data centers, video transmission, fiber sensing, and other applications where optical signals need distribute to end-users.
Distribution boxes serve as interconnection points for raiser cables and drop cables in buildings for FTTH deployments. We usually it for connecting splitters, connectors, or splices to ensure reliable and efficient signal transmission.
This requires us to consider the structure within the distribution box. Some have splice trays, some have splitter trays, and still others have a combination of both as well as support for adapters to allow direct connections inside the box.
Outside connectors are accessible on some distribution boxes. This saves time and keeps the box from being opened each time a change is made, enabling dust and moisture to enter.
When we choosing a fiber optic distribution box, there are several factors that we need to consider. Below are some points for your reference,and hope it can help you well when you choosing fiber splicing box:
When we choosing a fiber distribution box,determine the number of fiber optic cables and connectors you will need to accommodate.8 cores or 16 cores or 32 cores or other cores fiber distribution box. Choose a distribution box that can handle the required capacity, ensuring that there are enough ports available.
Determine the size and mounting options that best suit your installation environment. Distribution boxes come in various form factors such as rack-mount, wall-mount, and pole-mount. Consider the available space and installation requirements.
Consider the environmental conditions where the distribution box will be installed. Choose a box with a suitable protection rating, such as IP65 or higher, to protect against dust, moisture, and other elements.Generally speaking,IP65 is basic.
Material is also very important when we look for fiber splicing box.Normal material are PP,ABS,ABS+PC,SMC.The differences between these materials are density, impact resistance, temperature resistance and flame retardancy.ABS is most suitable for conventional environments and SMC for extremely harsh environments.
|Operation Conditions||Working environment|
|Humidity ：||≤85% (+30℃)|
|Relative humidity||70kPa ~106kPa̓|
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