This is large-capacity optical cable (ribbon or loose tube cable, 144F/288F/432F or higher) for configuring urban optical networks.
This is a medium-capacity optical cable (loose tube cable, mostly 12F~144F) for configuring the access optical network.
This is an optical cable (mostly 1F~12F) used in the last section (drop section) of an optical network.
This is an indoor optical cable (Tight Buffer or Loose Tube type, mostly 1F~48F) applied to the fiber network inside buildings.
This is a solution for configuring an optical network by installing ABC (Air Blown Cable, 12F~288F).
This is a solution for configuring an optical network by installing ABF (Air Blown Fiber, 2F~12F).
This is installed in the communication room for installing communication equipment and optical connection panels.
This is a connection closure for protecting the panels for optical cable connection and optical connector works, and the access points between optical cables.
This is a connection box for protecting the access points between optical cables. This is used for manholes and buried/overhead cables.
This is an optical element that evenly distributes the light signals in a single optic fiber on a network to several optic fibers.
This is an outdoor cabinet-type optical connection/distribution box. In general, as a splitter is installed, this is used as a large-capacity distribution box.
This is an outlet installed inside a building. It is connected to the optical connection termination box (TB) and the end of the cable that connects the connection cable and the drop cable.
This is a cord used for connecting near optical devices. It has optical connectors (SC, LC, etc.) at both ends.