Configurable cabinets manage fiber-dense infrastructure

Belden’s DCX cabinet system for optical fiber distribution houses 3840 terminations per DCX cabinet, for 1280 terminated fibers per square foot. Starting with modular frames that serve as building blocks, the DCX system maximizes signal integrity through bend radius control for incoming and outgoing cables.

Front-access cabinets are completely configurable and scalable by assembling side by side and/or back to back in left or right configurations. Patch cord access is via pull-out trays with ample clearance around each connector. The DCX system also supports many fiber termination methods and migration from any combination of 8-fiber or 12-fiber pre-terminated adapter frames without infrastructure changes.

Adapter frames and cassettes maximum ROI by migrating networking technologies in the same housing, such as the assembly of two (Base-24), four (Base-12), or six (Base-8) cassettes per housing tray. Rack-mount patch panel housings are available in 1U, 2U, and 4U configurations.

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