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Fiber Optic Splice Closure is the scientific name for fiber optic splice closures, also known as fiber splice closures, fiber splice closures, and fiber splice closures. The fiber optic junction box is a passive component that provides a reliable guarantee for fiber optic connections. Optical fiber junction boxes are widely used in network systems, CATV cable TV, fiber network systems, etc., and are an integral part of fiber-optic communication networks. In the use case, Fiber Optic Splice Closure is divided into overhead, pipeline and direct burial; the connection between the fibers is divided into mechanical connection and heat-shrink connection, and mechanical connection is used to mechanically disconnect the fiber that needs to be docked and passed through the connector. The concentricity aligns the core wires, and the core wires are thermally fused by the fusion splicer to the fibers to be joined together, and are fixed and protected by heat shrinkable tubes. Since the additional attenuation caused by the heat-shrink connection is small and has little impact on the entire network, most current heat-shrink connections are used to improve the communication capabilities of the network. The internal connection method uses two straight-through connection boxes: the straight-through connector connects two fibers of the same core number, that is, connects the same number of fibers when connecting for long distances. In the latter case, the large core number of fibers are separated from one or more small core numbers or a plurality of fibers are cross-linked. Generally, the direct connection mode is applied to the backbone network, and the differential connection mode is applied to the access layer network. The fiber optic splice box is mainly divided into a plastic case and a stainless steel case. The general market is mainly plastic casings. information about Fiber Optic Splice Closure : https://www.greentelftth.com/product/fiber-optical-splice-closure/

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