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FutureLink® SFU Fiber NID


Fiber enclosure, 9"H x 10"W x 2.9"D, Drop Terminal w/ one SC/APC adapter, 7.3"H x 3.8"W x 1.7"D, Stackable U Channel, 24.6"H x 2.2"W x 1.7"D, UL94V-0 (indoor) and UL 94-5VA (outdoor) flame retardant PBT/PC blend thermoplastic construction, light gray finish

Product Group
  • Fiber,
  • Asia / Pacific,
  • Europe,
  • Latin America,
  • Middle East / Africa,
  • North America,
Network Solution
  • Premises,
  • Outside Plant / Distribution Network,
  • UL,
Solution Set
  • Single Dwelling Unit (SDU),
  • Indoor,
  • Outdoor,
Product Type
  • Enclosures,
Product Sub-Type
  • N/A

The FutureLink® SFIT SFU Fiber NID is a compact, installer-friendly enclosure for service distribution to residential and commercial customers. Its flexible design makes it ideal for a variety of FTTH deployments. Designed to offer a seamless transition point from the OSP hardened cable to the indoor premise distribution cable, the SFIT includes slack storage management and a number of other useful features including:

• One SC/APC adapter, with space for a second

• Adapter mounting clip can be rotated to place adapter inside or outside the cable loops

• Fiber guides for both feed and distribution cables

• Typical slack capacity: 30’ of outside drop and 15’ of 3mm inside

• Molded-in splice chip holds two fusion-splice tubes

• Terminal post for tracer wire tie-down and testing

• Strength member tie-down (two possible mounting locations)

• Feed-through grommet in base allows inside cable to enter wall • Two external cable ports equipped with flat rubber grommets

• Cable tie-downs are integrated into the ports

• Molded feet for easy wall mounting

• Door has push-to-latch, locking hasp, and 216-tool security bolt

• Slack Storage enclosure can be coupled to bottom for added capacity

• Pole mountable with Pole Mount Bracket kit (SFIT- POLEMTG-10)

• A variety of cable port nozzles are available

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