Spacer ring and insert modules

July 1, 1997
The fiber storage/spacer ring attaches to the back of a flush-mount, double-gang multimedia outlet system (mos) wallplate. It stores one meter of 2-strand jacketed fiber. The angled insert fits single- and double-gang mos wallplates and can be configured with any combination of duplex ST or SC couplers, Category 3/Category 5 snap-in modular jacks, and bnc or F-type coaxial-cable bulkheads.

The fiber storage/spacer ring attaches to the back of a flush-mount, double-gang multimedia outlet system (mos) wallplate. It stores one meter of 2-strand jacketed fiber. The angled insert fits single- and double-gang mos wallplates and can be configured with any combination of duplex ST or SC couplers, Category 3/Category 5 snap-in modular jacks, and bnc or F-type coaxial-cable bulkheads.

Leviton Telcom

Bothell, WA

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