Subscriber sockets and sets

Sockets and subscriber sets are the elements of telecommunication installations constituting the end point of the subscriber line.

They enable connection of a terminal device (ONT- Optical Network Terminal). The construction of the sockets and cables is designed to protect the cable fibres, adapters and pigtails inside and enable the safe laying and routing of the optical fibre.

The subscriber sockets and sets enable straightforward installation at the subscriber’s premises, often without the need for the installer to be present. Durable casing protects against mechanical damage, ensuring continuity of network operation.

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CTB2-A-S-000-SCA-L1-7A2-2,8-35-WH Subscriber socket CTB2-A
Max. Number of cable inputs
4
Fibre type
G.657B3
Pigtail length [m]
35
CTB2-A-S-000-SCA-L1-7B3-2,8-35-WH Subscriber socket CTB2-A
Max. Number of cable inputs
4
Fibre type
G.657B3
Pigtail length [m]
35
CTB2-A-P-JK7 Subscriber socket
Max. Number of cable inputs
4
Fibre type
G.657A2
Pigtail length [m]
2
CTB2-A Subscriber socket
Max. Number of cable inputs
4
Max. Number of commutation fields
2
CTB2 Subscriber socket
Max. Number of cable inputs
4
Max. Number of commutation fields
2
GAP-A-S-000-SCA-L1-7A2-2,8-35-IV Subscriber socket GAP
Max. Number of commutation fields
2
Fibre type
G.657A2
Pigtail length [m]
35
GAP Subscriber socket GAP
Max. Number of cable inputs
7
Max. Number of commutation fields
2