Outdoor fiber optic splice closure provides ample space and protection for splicing and jointing fiber optic cables, ensuring seamless connections that are crucial for efficient and reliable operations.
You can count on our product to deliver the performance you need, even in harsh conditions where vibration, impact, tensile cable distortion, and extreme temperature changes can occur.
There are various things to take into account when selecting a fiber optic splice closure, including:
To protect fibre splice points from external physical damage, it is common to place the spliced fibers in fusion trays in an orderly manner and then place the trays inside a fibre optic splice closure to provide adequate protection.
There are many different types and sizes of fibre optic splice closure available on the market today, with different applications for which they are suitable.
As shown in the diagram below, the dome type cable splice closure is a cylindrical structure that can use for overhead, direct burial, pipeline laying and is mostly used for holding poles.
Horizontal splice closure is a flat column structure, commonly used for overhead and buried.
Dimension and capacity
|Outside dimension (Height x Diameter)||387mm×279mm×197mm|
|Weight (excluding outside box)||About 2850g|
|Number of inlet/out ports||Fiber cable 10 pcs|
|Diameter of fiber cable||Main fiber cable Φ7~Φ16mm, |
B ranch cable Φ5~Φ11.5mm
|Capacity of FOSC||Bunchy: 12-96cores|
|YD-||Splice Closures Type||Port Config uration(Exit)||Structure||Inlet Port(s)||Outlet Port(s)||Material||Surface materials||color|
|PSC=Splice Closures||D=Dome type||012=12core||1=Mechanical seal||1=1||1=1||1=PP||1=Smooth Surface||1=White|
|H=Horizontal type||024=24core||2=Heat shrinkable sealing||2=2||2=2||2=PC||2=Frosted Surface||2=Grey|
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