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Secure Your Equipment with Great Lakes Secure PON Enclosures

by Teddi Strassburger on November 4, 2016

Keeping your equipment safe is paramount. Enclosures are a great way to ensure the security of your equipment. However, what do you do when you need to install equipment that connects with the equipment in the enclosures? You could drill a hole in the enclosure, but that would compromise the security and integrity of the enclosure. Great Lakes offers a solution that allows you to install equipment when needed while still maintaining the security of the enclosure. 

GLCC PONThe Great Lakes Secure PON enclosure facilitates not only deployment of ONTs in a passive optical network, but it has evolved to also function as a zone enclosure in multiple military and government applications. By using the Secure PON enclosure, you can run multiple conduits or flex connection securely into the enclosure. Plus, it provides a patching location, reducing the amount of cable routing in to the interior equipment. 

The features of the Great Lakes Secure PON enclosure include: 

  • circular provisions for one fiber input and 32 outputs; input and outputs are on opposite enclosure sides
  • clamshell cover plates cover the 32 output provisions
  • set of 3 RMU, #10-32 mounting brackets for 19" EIA equipment mounting
  • four cable management rings pre-installed for fiber slack
  • rubber cushioned loop clamps to organize split fiber
  • two quarter-turn locks for security with optional use of hasp lock
  • recessed lock compartment with perforated, sliding cover, allowing visual inspection of lock without removal for easy maintenance 
  • concealed spring-pin hinges to allow door removal for easy maintenance
  • 2' x 2' enclosure designed for ceiling, floor or wall mount applications
  • available in steel or aluminum construction: steel is ideal for floor applications, whereas aluminum is ideal for ceiling and wall mount installation 

The Great Lakes Secure PON enclosure has received CCTA approval and underwent minimal risk assessment analysis for specific military PDS applications. 

Click here to learn more about Great Lakes.

Click here to contact your local Accu-Tech representative. 

Topics: Great Lakes Case & Cabinet great lakes glcc enclosures pon

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