Leviton upgrades Fiber Raceway System

July 10, 2010
JULY 9, 2010 - Leviton has enhanced its Fiber Raceway System—an adaptable cable management solution for routing, protecting, and storing fiber—such that customers are better able to tailor the system to their specific application.

JULY 9, 2010 - Leviton has enhanced its Fiber Raceway System—an adaptable cable management solution for routing, protecting, and storing fiber—such that customers are better able to tailor the system to their specific application.

The Fiber Raceway System is available in three standard colors: yellow, orange, and black. Grey is available by special order. Experienced Leviton engineers are available to offer design support to help customers incorporate the raceway system into their networks. In addition, Visio stencils of components and application notes are now available at Leviton.com.

The Fiber Raceway System incorporates a wide selection of components, from ducting
and drop-off kits to reducers, storage loops, and mounting hardware. The components
snap together, simplifying installation and maintenance. Standard sizes are available in
2x2-, 4x4-, 4x8-, or 4x12-inch sizes, while 2x4- and 2x8-inch components are available by special order.

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