LIBERTY LAKE, Wash., May 25, 2017 /CNW/ -- Telect has solved the challenge of on-frame splicing for high-density networks.
Telect, a fiber connectivity company based in Washington State, recently released its LTX series with multiple configurations, including patch and splice.
Network engineers previously have encountered problems with on-frame splicing in high-density environments because the splice panels take up too much room, limiting the number of possible terminations.
Telect has designed the LTX series to maximize port density in a small footprint, offering 72 terminations in a 1RU, 144 in a 2RU and a market-leading 288 in a 4RU.
"The LTX series eliminates the need for a splice vault or rack, minimizing the amount of equipment you need to get the outside plant cable into your data center or central office," says Aaron Monheim, Telect Product Manager for its fiber portfolio.
Each panel also comes with the superior cable management features for which Telect is known:
- Routing ears to maintain bend radius and overall cable protection
- Slack cable storage, critical for ongoing access
- Labelling to easily identify optical terminations
The LTX series, which can be mounted in any standard equipment rack, features a pre-terminated solution that is easy to install, allowing for rapid deployment in network expansions and eliminating the time and cost dedicated to on-site fiber terminations.
The panel is also available in patch or with splitter modules and MPO options.
Download the LTX data sheet.
Telect challenges the status quo and looks beyond what is possible in fiber optic network connectivity. Since 1982, we've designed and manufactured products that link networks together and protect our customers' fiber investments. Our products and solutions are found across communications service provider networks, data centers and utility networks around the globe.
For further information: Jonathan Petkevich, Telect Manager of Product Management and Marketing, Jonathan.Petkevich@telect.com, (509) 992-4045, http://www.telect.com/LTX