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.
pre-assembled fiber optic cables and pigtails in different configurations
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.
Launch Fiber for OTDR applications in various lenght and connector assamblies are available.
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.
MIS-1HE19LA-WEB 19" 1 HE Standard Spleißbox
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.