DIN MOUNT FOBOT 12 Fibre SC SPX or 24 Fibre LC DPX

Item Number: WB-12/24MOD-DIN
Packaging Unit: 1 / each
Compact size makes them very easy to install and remove
Kit contains a Splice Cassette
Accommodates up to 12 x SC Simplex or 12x LC Duplex through adaptors
Allows for fusion splicing pigtails to incoming loose tube cable
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Mini  DIN Mount Fibre Optic Breakout Box

The mini DIN rail mounted wall has a compact design which gives it the ideal form factor for installation into densely populated industrial cabinets.

Mini Wall Box Features
• Small size making it very versatile
• Accommodates up to 12 x SC or LC duplex adapters
• Ideal for housing pre-terminated loose tube and tight buffered cables
• Allows for fusion splicing of up to 24 fibres, 
• Several Cable Entry Points cable entry to suit installation environment

MPO/MTP compatible

• Process automation and control
• Intelligent transport system
• Rail signalling and control networks
• Power systems and control
• Pre-terminated cabling solutions
Accessories Available:
• Pigtails
• Splicing consumables
• Termination consumables
• Pre-tailed fibre optic cable assemblies available
Size: (HxWxD) 155Hmm x 55.5Wmm x 110Dmm
Weight: 0.67kg
Maximum Number of Splices: 12
Maximum Fibre Count (Front Panel): 12 SC and LC
Incoming Cable Ports: 1 top and bottom
Material and Colour: Powder coated 1.6mm zinc annealed steel – dark grey
Standard Accessories: Cable gland, central strain relief post, DIN rail mounting clip, laser badge, fibre clips and through adapters

Enclosure Type: Din
Fibre Count: 24
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