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What is the essential difference between a fiber optic terminal box and a fiber optic splice box?

- Dec 27, 2018 -

The fiber optic terminal box is the final connector of a fiber optic cable. One end is a fiber optic cable and the other end is a pigtail. It is equivalent to a device that splits a fiber optic cable into a single fiber optic cable. The user-installed fiber optic cable terminal box installed on the wall is provided. The fusion of the optical fiber and the optical fiber, the fusion of the optical fiber and the pigtail, and the handover of the optical connector. It also provides mechanical protection and environmental protection for the fiber and its components, and allows for proper inspection to maintain the highest standards of fiber management.

The fiber optic cable connection box is also called a connector box, and can also be called a fiber optic cable terminal box. Its function is to connect two fiber optic cables. The terminal box is the place where the end of the optical cable is connected, and then accesses the optical switch through the optical jumper. Therefore, the terminal box is usually mounted on a 19-inch rack and can accommodate a large number of fiber optic cable ends.

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