Fiber Optic Splice Tray

Fiber optic splice tray serve as an essential component for managing individual or mass fusion spliced fibers. These compact and lightweight trays are designed for installation within fiber optic enclosures and patch panels. They offer versatility with a range of splice holding chip and cover options to meet diverse requirements.

Splice trays are pre-configured to accommodate standard heat shrink fusion splices, ensuring efficient and reliable fiber splicing. The typical splice chip configurations available are 12 or 24 fibers, providing flexibility for various installation needs.

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Fiber Optic Splice Tray: Lightweight and Compact Solution for Fiber Optic Splicing

The fiber optic splice tray serves as a convenient and efficient solution for holding multiple cores of fiber optic splices. It can be easily installed in various communication equipment such as fiber optic terminal boxes, fiber optic distribution boxes, racks, joint boxes, and closures.

To ensure outdoor stability, reduce weight, and optimize operational costs, the fusion tray is typically manufactured using injection-molded ABS plastic. This production method creates a single-piece core capable of accommodating 12 or 24 fiber optic splices. The fusion trays are designed with reserved locking mechanisms, enabling easy stacking to facilitate core expansion in optical communication equipment.

Depending on the specific installation environment, Bonelinks offers a range of options to meet diverse requirements. This includes mini 12 core splice trays, ideal for replacing or expanding core numbers in compact joint boxes or distribution boxes with limited space. For data centers and server rooms, flame retardant 24 core splice trays are available, ensuring enhanced safety during fiber splicing operations. Additionally, 24 core splice trays specifically designed for splicing drop cables in FTTH joint boxes provide customers with a comprehensive application solution and product selection.

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Feature

Fiber splice trays are essential components designed to facilitate efficient management of splices in fiber optic networks. Here are the key features of these trays:

  • Lightweight Plastic-Molded Tray: The splice trays are crafted using lightweight plastic materials, ensuring durability while keeping the overall weight minimal. This construction allows for easy handling during installation and maintenance activities.
  • Ultra-Compact Size: These splice trays are specifically engineered with an ultra-compact size. This compactness optimizes space utilization, making them an ideal choice for installations where space is limited, such as in crowded data centers or tight telecommunication enclosures.
  • Snap-On, Snap-Off Lid for Stacking: The splice trays feature a convenient snap-on and snap-off lid mechanism. This design enables seamless stacking of multiple trays, allowing for easy scalability and adaptability as network requirements evolve.
  • Rounded Ends for Easy Fiber Routing: The splice trays are designed with rounded ends, ensuring smooth fiber routing within the tray. This feature allows for easy and efficient management of fiber cables, minimizing the risk of bends or damage to the delicate fibers.
  • Built-in Splice-Sleeve Holder: Each splice tray incorporates a built-in splice-sleeve holder. This holder provides a secure and organized location to hold splice sleeves, ensuring proper protection and management of spliced fibers. It streamlines the splicing process and enhances overall fiber management within the tray.
Installation Temperature Range

-45℃ to 110℃ (-49°F to 230°F )

Operation Temperature Range

-45℃ to 110℃ (-49°F to 230°F )

Storage/Transport Temperature Range

-45℃ to 110℃ (-49°F to 230°F )

Plastic Material

ABS

Cores

12 or 24

Weight(kg)

0.15 to 0.45

Pcs per Carton

100

Durable

10 years

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