Home  >  News  >  FAQ

What is a fibre enclosure?

Time: 2021-10-12 Views: 723

A fibre enclosure or FOBOT as it is also known is a tray, box or dome designed for breaking out and terminating fibre optic cable. Fibre enclosures usually are fitted out with splice trays and thru-adaptors and allow a point in the network for mass termination, splicing and patching of cables.

You Might Interested
What is a fibre enclosure? Analysis on the development and technical characteristics of optical fiber connectors Conflict Mineral Declaration KOC 21th Anniversary Celebration Can I convert Multimode to Singlemode and vice versa? What is OM4 fibre Cable? GITEX 2012, Dubai. October 14 - 18 Anga Cable, Cologne. June 12 - 14 What is the difference between multimode and singlemode fibre? What is a fusion splicer?