Fiber-optic enclosures

Oct. 1, 1997

Fiber-optic enclosures

The cpe-12 and cpe-24 fiber-optic enclosures are suitable for use in buildin gentrances, wiring closets, remote hubs, and lan applications. The cpe-12 holds 12 fibers, while the cpe-24 holds 24 fibers. These low-profile, stackable enclosures have separate service provider and customer sides. The service provider side has a lock and key, while the customer side has a captive push-pull fastener with a lock and key option. Accessory kits are available for clamping, grounding, and dust protection.

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Hickory, NC

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