What is a fiber optic terminal box?
Fiber optical terminal boxes is boxes to manage fiber optics cable and pigtails and to protect and distribute fiber optic links in fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) networks. One end is a fiber optic cable and the other end is a pigtail.
It means that a device that splits a fiber optic cable into a single fiber. Fiber optic terminal boxes are compact fiber optic cable management products used in FTTx (including FTTH, FTTB, etc.) cabling system. In some cases, fiber optic terminal boxes can be considered as small fiber optic adapter panels and Optical Cable Terminal Box.
What is Rack Mounted Optical Cable Terminal Box
Rack Mounted Optical Cable Terminal Box is standard 19” box installed in a cabinet for fiber cable management. A typical fiber optic terminal box has 12 or 24 ports,36-port, 48-port, and 96-port fiber optic terminal boxes. The fiber optic terminal box is made of cold-rolled steel and the case is electrostatically sprayed. It usually terminated with SC, LC FC or ST adapter.