Multilink’s Slim Tap was developed for use where a minimal amount of connections are needed and space is limited. The housing has a removeable adapter panel that allows access to the rear of the connections to check, repair or reseat a connector if a problem arises. The pigtail is available with a variety of ...
Multilink’s Optima™ closures offer unparalleled accessibility, reducing the time and effort required to perform installation, drop deployments and maintenance. Communications providers spend too much time and money sending technicians to perform service jobs, but our Optima™ closures practically eliminate this ...
Multilink’s forward-thinking Fiber Tap™ system has revolutionized Fiber to the X (FTTX) implementations by simplifying the design, installation and maintenance processes network systems. Fiber Tap™ is able to connectorize, splice, split and distribute fiber all from a single point. Connectorization can be ...
Starfighter Fiber Optic Dome Splice Enclosures are an “all parts” inclusive hermetically sealed splice enclosures designed for ease of assembly and re-entry. The closures are designed with a gasketed split end plate for mid-access cable applications and includes an integrated slack storage basket, interlocking ...
The Starfighter Series are high capacity splice closures designed for major splice points in the network. The closures support both Inline and Butt configurations and are expandable utilizing an optional cable expansion kit. The closures utilize gasketed sealing along with a patented cable seal which allows for ...
Multilink’s Starfighter™ Optical Terminal Enclosure (OTE) is an Inline terminal enclosure designed to support both traditional and optical drop splicing, with a durable and impact-resistant polyethylene material specifically crafted for outside plant environments. This terminal boasts four ports on each end, ...
The securing, storing and supporting of fiber optics and splices makes up an important step of fiber optic deployments in the field. Whether connecting to aerial or underground cables, telecommunications companies rely on fiber optic closures to protect and facilitate splices and regular maintenance in Fiber to the Home (FFTH) and other indoor and outdoor applications.
Because every fiber optic network needs terminal enclosures, streamlining installations can increase the speed of fiber drop deployment. One of the best ways to shorten the installation process and lower costs involves choosing fiber optic splice closures that are easy to connect and service in the field.
At Multilink, we provide a number of easy-to-deploy fiber optic joint closure systems. With plenty of sizes and types to choose from, you can find the fiber enclosure that's right for your network. Learn what makes Multilink's boxes popular with a diverse array of telecommunications companies and their technicians below.
Multilink’s Starfighter line offers Inline and Dome splice enclosures that improve the efficiency of all your FTTX solutions. Starfighters are capable of accommodating 12-288 single fusion splices and up to 1,152 mass fusion splices, and can be configured with a multi-grommet sealing system that allows for fast installations with a wide variety of fiber sizes.
Different networks have different needs when it comes to fiber optic joint closures. At Multilink, we have a variety of closures to meet these needs, including inline types and drop terminals. In our selection, you can find the following termination enclosures for use with different cable sizes and numbers of drops:
Optima™: The Optima™ is our most accessible fiber optic terminal/closure with ease of use and fast install times. It's optimized for streamlined, cost-effective deployment in outside plant and Fiber to the X (FTTX) applications and features a re-enterable housing for easy maintenance and a versatile mounting system. Choose between pigtail models and splice terminals to fit the specific needs of your network.
Fiber Tap™: Multilink's FTTH system accommodates most cable and construction styles and allows you to connect, split, splice and distribute a signal from a single point, making it ideal for future network upgrades and maintenance.
Starfighter Dome Enclosure: This dome splice enclosure features factory-installed hardware and a no-special-tool sealing system to make setup as simple as possible. Dome fiber optic closures are primarily used for splicing, but this model is suitable for mid-span access applications as well.
Starfighter Inline Enclosure: For major splice points in your company's network, consider a Starfighter Inline. These splice enclosures support a large number of splices and have room to grow with an optional expansion kit.
Optical Terminal Enclosure: This aerial, pole or wall-mounted enclosure holds and protects both traditional and optical fiber drop splices. It can function well indoors or outdoors, though its damage-resistant polyethylene construction was designed with outdoor plant use in mind.
Basic Fiberglass Enclosures: For a simple solution to fiber optic splice closure, we also offer a basic fiberglass enclosure. This secure box can safely house fiber optic distribution points either indoors or outdoors.
Though we offer many types of fiber optic joint closures, they all feature high-quality construction and easy connection. Most also meet Telcordia® GR-771 requirements for aerial weather tight closures.
With more than 35 years of experience, Multilink is a leader in the telecommunications industry. We make innovative products and help our customers succeed by providing high-quality equipment that's laboratory tested and proven to perform.
Telecommunications companies often have unique requirements for their equipment. If you have a specific fiber optic closure design in mind, our team of engineers can modify or custom-make a system that aligns with your vision.
Browse our selection of fiber optic closures online and contact us for a free quote today.
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