What is the purpose of Fiber Splice Enclosure？
If you want to protect your fiber optic cable splices, you will need a fiber splice enclosure. Also known as patch & splice panels, these enclosures contain devices that connect fiber optic cables. There are several types of Outdoor Fiber Splice Enclosure, Bwinners have many types for your options. They are designed to protect and preserve the integrity of fiber optic cables and are commonly used in telecommunications and CATV.
Bwinners Fiber Splice Box are designed for outdoor centralized splice applications. They are suitable for DAS, MTU commercial business, and residential fiber network applications. In addition to their centralized splice management capabilities, Splice Enclosure also feature a cable port accessories that increase splice storage density. In order to get the most out of a fiber splice enclosure, it’s important to choose a product that fits your network’s needs.
Usually, a fiber splice enclosure is placed on an exterior plant at patch panel points. In indoor applications, fiber splice trays are integrated into patch panel boxes. The enclosures protect splices in different ways, depending on the type of splices being performed. The fiber splice tray can accommodate a variety of fiber splice types, including mechanical and fusion splicing.
Bwinners is a provider of fiber optic joint closure systems. The Starfighter series of fiber enclosures includes dome and inline splice enclosures. Both are expandable and feature gasketed sealing. Both of these enclosures feature gasketed sealing and cable seals.