Three Simple Rules of Proper Fiber Management System
First, it needs to be fully accessible, enabling the end-user to access the connectors in a safe way, without disturbing neighbouring fibres.
Secondly, it should ensure that fibre cables maintain proper bend radius when they enter and exit the fibre management enclosure.
Thirdly, the FMS should have a compact design, small enough to maximise the use of valuable rack or wall space, but not too small where accessibility and proper bend radius are sacrificed.
Additionally, an excellent FMS will also have the ability to be deployed in multiple applications and provide optimised routing paths for jumpers.
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