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Introduction to 12 cores Fiber Optic Tray
12 core Fiber Optic Tray are designed to provide a location to store and to protect the fiber cables and the splices. Each 12 core Fiber Optic Tray provides space for mounting fiber splice protectors and excess fiber. 12 core Fiber Optic Tray’s divided into common splice tray, module integration and splitter tray. Optical fiber glass inside the 12 core Fiber Optic Tray can be melt with any other strand optical fiber in the 12 core Fiber Optic Tray, thus different fiber optic cables can be melt connected directly via the tray. 12 core Fiber Optic Tray can also be melted with the fiber optic pigtail end, and via pigtail it can connect out to other fiber optic equipment.
Clear and smart design
Easy to installation
12 cores capacity
Excellence in fiber protection
Durable injection-molded plastic trays and covers
Center holes for mounting of the tray
Optical distribution frame
Fiber optic terminal box and FTTH terminal box
12 cores Fiber Optic Tray Specification
|Fiber Type||Single Fiber|
|Appliation||Dome Fiber Splice Closure|
FAQs on 12 cores Fiber Optic Tray
Q: How the 12 core Fiber Optic Tray actually works?
A: The incoming cable is brought into the splicing center where the outside jacket of the cable is stripped away. The fibers are then looped completely around the 12 core Fiber Optic Tray and into a splice holder. Different holders are available for different types of splices. The fibers are then spliced onto the outgoing cable if it is an intermediate point or on to pigtails if it is a termination point. These are also looped completely around the 12 core Fiber Optic Tray and then fed out of the 12 core Fiber Optic Tray.