FTTH Fiber Optic Cross Connection Cabinet
Fiber optic cross connection cabinet is a network device used for fiber optic communication, which is used to connect multiple fiber optic lines together for data transmission and communication. It typically consists of one or more fiber optic ports, one or more cross connected devices, one or more storage, and one or more power supplies.
The fiber optic cross connection cabinet is used to connect different fiber optic lines or fiber optic networks for data transmission and communication. It can connect multiple fiber optic transceivers, fiber optic modems, fiber optic bridges, and other fiber optic devices. By connecting multiple fiber optic lines together, the coverage of the fiber optic network can be expanded, and the performance and reliability of the fiber optic network can be improved.
Fiber optic cross connection cabinets typically have high levels of manageability and scalability, and can be configured and expanded as needed. It can be connected through fiber optic or copper cables and supports various data transmission protocols and standards, including FDDI, IEEE 802.3, FTP, HTTP, etc.
The fiber optic cross connection cabinet needs to have high reliability, waterproof, dustproof, and windproof characteristics to ensure its durability and reliability in harsh environments. In addition, the fiber optic cross connect cabinet also needs to have sufficient storage capacity and transmission speed to meet the data storage and transmission requirements of the fiber optic network.