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How to Assemble and Use a Fiber Optic Termination Enclosure (Video Transcript)

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Products referenced in this video tip:

36 Port Rack Mount Fiber Panel These durable rack mount cabinets feature interchangeable mounting brackets to accommodate both 19" rack mounting and come complete with front and rear cable management fixtures installed as well as front, rear and side access holes. Constructed of rugged 16 gauge steel and finished in durable beige powder coat finish. These cabinets accept the FSP series fiber connector sub panels and are available in size to accommodate 36ports. The FRP3600 accepts up to 6 sub panels.
72 Port Rack Mount Fiber Panel These durable rack mount cabinets feature interchangeable mounting brackets to accommodate both and 23" rack mounting and come complete with front and rear cable management fixtures installed as well as front, rear and side access holes. Constructed of rugged 16 gauge steel and finished in durable beige powder coat finish. These cabinets accept the FSP series fiber connector sub panels and are available in size to accommodate 72 ports. The FRP7200 accepts up to 12 sub panels.

Step 1
First, feed the fiber distribution or breakout cable through the entry point on the FRP3600 and FRP7200 fiber termination enclosure.

Step 2
Next, connectorize the distribution cable as shown or prepare it for use with splices.

Step 3
Install an appropriate snap-in fiber optic sub-panel into the enclosure.

Step 4
At the back of the enclosure, install the connectorized distribution cable.

Step 5
Now at the front of the enclosure, attached the fiber optic cables to the fiber optic sub-panel.

Step 6
Finally, reinstall the sliding top cover and the faceplate. You have now successfully installed fiber cables into the fiber termination enclosure.

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