Network Infrastructure
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Network Infrastructure

The basic requirement for communication between computers or active components is an operational network infrastructure. A network infrastructure consists of various hardware components such as patch cords and pigtails, connectors, plug-ins, and rack systems (such as 19” slots) including cable management and splice boxes. Laser 2000 also offers products specially designed for use in harsh environments.



EKS-FIMP-XX

High-quality and robust splice boxes in different dimensions and designs as well as for all common coupling variants. All boxes are equipped with splices and guarantee a time-saving, simple installation due to their flexible mounting options.

FOV-Vorlauffaser-Ring

Lead and lag fibers are used to adapt the meter to the target. The use of a launch fiber protects the adapters on the meter and evaluates the start or end events.

MIS-BEP24-IP66-WEB

IP66 wall splice box 24 x FO - The Laser 2000 BEP-24 wall splice box has been designed for a maximum of 24 FO plugs.

The optical socket ORM1 is designed for termination an optical network via 2–4 optical fibers in a customer terminal point. Can be connected to a PC, different peripheral equipment or to another equipment via optical patchcords. It is designed for indoor wall mounting.

The ORM 2 is designed for termination of 2 to 4 optical fibers in a customer terminal point or for interconnection of optical cables. It can be connected to a PC, different peripheral equipment or to another equipment via optical patchcords. The distributor is designed for indoor wall mounting. Inputs and outputs can vary by used panels.

The ORM 3 L/2 optical distribution box is designed for the placement of 2 optical connectors both indoors and outdoors. The distribution box may be complemented by a simple bracket, which enables it to be post-mounted.

ORM 4 Wall-mounted Optical Distribution Box The ORM 4 optical distribution box is designed for the placement of 4 optical connectors both indoors and outdoors. The distribution box may be complemented by a simple bracket, which enables it to be post-mounted.