A. Main Distribution Frames - MDF
(For copper networks housed in the central office or in equipment rooms)
Leading the market in terms of customization, we supply freestanding or wall mount set ups, integrated splitters, and blocks for xDSL applications.
MDF is a frame whereby interconnections are made between the transmission network and the copper system. A main distribution frame is often found at the local exchange, and used to terminate the copper cables running the site. The frame allows these cables to be cross connected to other equipment.
Corning MDF products are well regarded for transmission characteristics and density as well as highest standards in quality and reliability.
Our portfolio comprises a full range of products, including pre-connected solutions. All our systems are geared to protect the line cards against high-voltage and current fluctuations. They also allow the operator of the system to physically break the lines and measure them.
B. Distribution boxes
C. Rocker blocks
D. Cross connection cabinets
(for voice and data applications)
We deliver a complete line of sealed terminal blocks and modules based on insulation displacement technology (IDC). We deliver factory-tailed terminal blocks that best fit for cross connect, building entrance, and distribution terminal applications.
Suitable connection and distribution components for a wide range of applications such as telecommunications, CATV, and ADSL
Availability of Cat3, Cat5 and Cat6 distribution components
Usability in main distribution frames, RDLU shelters, ONU, cross-connection cabinets and distribution boxes
Provision of over-voltage / over-current protection to avoid damage caused
by over-voltage / over-current (i.e. the most common causes of malfunctions in communication devices)
Availability of two connection options (conventional wiring or quick connect through connectorization)
Among our latest additions, our state-of-the-art Mini-Rocker blocks or modules consist in a groundbreaking innovation.
Thanks to our solutions, our customers are able to monitor and qualify xDSL copper cabling, to test DSL systems and measure their interference spectra, and to determine quality of service during IP based transmission of voice, data and video (triple play) from an end user's perspective.
F. Splice Equipment
A comprehensive range of splice equipment and tools are offered to cover all installer's needs during a network implementation phase. Corning fusion splicers and accessories are divided into different classes to match the field requirement:
High-end three-axis fusion splicers using Light-Injection-Detection LIDTM and / or CDS technology
A compact fixed v-groove fusion splicer with excellent price performance ratio
A mass splicer that can splice up to 12-fibre ribbons
Quick / easy to use single- and mass-fibre one-step cleavers
A fast heat-shrink oven ensuring high daily splice through-put
A simple and effective crimp protection solution
Transport cases that can serve as workstation platforms
Common tools needed for installing and maintaining optical networks