The FieldSmart FEC is built on a modular platform scaling 288 fiber splices at a time. Multiple entry/exit points allow for multiple distribution and OSP fiber sheaths to enter into the FEC from top, bottom, or sidewalls transitioning from conduit, overhead fiber tray or raised flooring. A removable splice block, holding twelve 24-fiber splice trays, allows the user access and prep away from the cabinet. Intuitive buffer tube and subunit slack routing prevents cable tie-in’s with a clockwise routing scheme allowing quick and easy re-entry after initial deployment or to add additional capacity. The FEC can be ganged together, in modular fashion, allowing scalability up to 864 fiber splices and beyond if vertical real estate is available.

Each cable entrance plate will support cable diameters up to 1 inch. Lockable cupboard style doors allow for easy access with minimal swing clearance required for tight aisle clearances.

Technical Specifications

Specification Description
Dimensions 17.5” H x 34.5” W x 8.25” D
Ratings Compliant to Telcordia GR-449
Cable Types Indoor Riser, Indoor Plenum, Indoor/Outdoor, Outdoor (Riser/Non-Rated), Outdoor Armored (Riser/Non- Rated), FieldShield®
Splice Capacity 288 heat shrink fusion (HSF) loose tube or 864 mass fusion (MF) ribbon splices
Storage Capacity One meter of 900 μm fiber and five meters of exposed buffer tube
Material 16 gauge cold rolled steel with almond powder coating

Features & Benefits

Integrity

  • Industry standard splice tray
  • Sturdy construction using 16 gauge steel

Protection

  • Piano hinged doors, with removable hinge pin provides extra stability
  • Ruggedized cable clamps protect against twisting and pistoning at the assembly breakout point
  • Full bend-radius protection throughout cabinet

Access

  • Multiple entry/exit points allow distribution and OSP fiber sheaths to enter from top, bottom or sidewalls
  • Cable entrance plates support cable diameters up to one inch
  • Removable splice trays provide technicians access to prep outside of the cabinet
  • Intuitive, clockwise fiber management routing scheme prevents cable tie-in
  • Ability to store five meters of exposed buffer tubes
  • Removable hinge pin allows for easy door removal

Investment

  • Splice trays supports both loose tube and ribbon constructions for single and mass fusion (ribbon) splicing
    • Maximum of 24 splice per tray Loose Tube (288)
    • Maximum of 72 splice per tray Ribbon (864)
  • FECs can be ganged together in a modular fashion when vertical real estate space permits