Fiber Optic Products
The FAC 3200 outdoor cabinet is an environmentally-controlled enclosure constructed of powder-coated aluminum. The FAC 3200 cabinet’s equipment compartment features a 23”, 18RU equipment mounting rack front and rear, accommodating up to 32RU of active electronics equipment. The FAC 3200 provides up to 432 internal fiber distribution ports for subscriber PON deployments along with splitter capacity. The FAC 3200 accepts local AC power and uses a door mounted integrated air-to-air heat exchanger and DC-powered fans to cool the equipment inside the cabinet. A vented, integrated-cabinet compartment below the equipment chamber houses optional batteries.

Technical Specifications

Specification Description
Dimensions 38”W x 43”D x 55”H

560 lbs. (Equipped with Northstar 170 AH batteries: 1000 lbs.)

Mounting Options Pad, Pole, H-frame, Wall, 3rd Party Pedestal
AC Power Center Options Power feed: 240 VAC single phase, 60-Amp service with UL listed service disconnect. Redundant
AC feeds to rectifier. Redundant DC feeds to systems. Low voltage DC disconnect. (–42V). High power
AC surge protection (Joslyn).
AC/DC Rectifier Option Eltek CC9S-ANL-VC Compact Power System 120 Amp max. total capacity (90A N+1). Rectifier modules: (4) 30 Amp modules supported (Configured part numbers include two default)
Cooling/Environmental 1800 watt cooling capacity with Dantherm door mount heat exchanger, as per GR-487 generic requirement
Ambient temperature (per GR-487): -40°F to +115°F (-40°C to +46°C)
Wired Capacity Fiber: Up to 432 subscriber fiber terminations utilizing bulkhead option. Up to 14 integrated PON
Copper: Up to 576 copper lines with MS2 or 710 splice options
Fiber Management Options 12-/24-position Clearfield fiber splice and distribution on 19/23” mount. Support for in-cabinet GPON
and ActiveE fiber management: Up to 432 position fiber distribution in 12-, 24-, 48-, or 96-port
increments assemblies; SC/APC connector, loose tube or ribbon. Up to fourteen integrated 1x2, 1x16,
1x32 GPON Splitters (optional).
Copper Protection Options Standard 5-pin protection blocks — modular in 48-pair increments. Up to (12) 48-pair protection blocks.
Available Rack Units 32RU 23” rack with optional 19” vertical frames
Safety and Compliance UL-60950, Standard for Safety, Issue 1, April 1, 2003 CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950 EMC FCC Part 15
Class A ICES-003 Class A
Telcordia, GR-63-CORE, NEBS Telcordia, GR-487, Generic Requirements for Electronic Equipment

Features & Benefits

  • The FAC 3200 can accommodate equipment in the front compartment, as well as auxiliary and complementary options in the rear compartment and the splice chamber. The 23” equipment racks in front, rear and splice compartments, allow for a variety of deployment options.
  • Designed to accommodate a variety of standard options that are expected in remote cabinets, such as the rectifier system, battery warmers and field upgradeable fiber bulkheads
  • Supports a variety of cabinet mounting options including pad, pole, wall or H-frame, eliminating concern with right-of-way issues and problematic installation locations
  • Telcordia GR-487 compliant and UL-60950/UL-50 spec
  • Environmentally sealed design protects internal equipment investment from dust and rain
  • Rated for deployments in harsh environments from –40°F to +115°F (-40°C to +46°C)(per GR-487)
  • Provides 3-point latching doors for quick access to all three compartments
  • Designed to allow access to all complementary elements of a remote outdoor cabinet deployment such as the copper or fiber cables, fiber splicing and distribution modules, power and DC distribution systems, AC power and battery charge breakers, AC outlet, etc.
  • Door security and hardware features designed to protect from vandalism and theft
  • The FAC 3200 is designed for modular expansion, allowing for cost effective expansion of services in the future
  • Cabinet engineered features designed to ensure ease of maintenance and eliminate service interruptions
  • Provides an ideal platform for the migration of copper access services to fiber access infrastructure and electronics