Ortronics introduces raceway for fiber-optic cabling
Mighty Mo Fiber Raceway is an overhead system that routes and protects fiber-optic cabling and cords between termination equipment, patch panels and fiber-optic splicing cabinets or frames.
Legrand Ortronics has introduced Mighty Mo Fiber Raceway, an overhead fiber pathway that routes fiber-optic cabling and cords between termination equipment, patch panels and fiber-optic splicing cabinets or frames. The company says the system is easy to install and configure above equipment racks, or below runway or cable trays.
The raceway complements Legrand Ortronics' OptiMo fiber-optic product line as well as Mighty Mo racks and cabinets.
Fiber Raceway is made of Noryl, which is a halogen-free, zero-dust plastic, the company explains. The product is fire-retardant, metal-free and RoHS-compliant, and is certified to UL 2024A. The product line comprises 300 SKUs across 23 product groupings. Those groupings include solid and slotted straight duct; fittings such as joiners, vertical elbows, horizontal tees, vertical tees, storage loops and end caps; side drop-offs; adapter kits; wall-mounting kits; mounting hardware; and raceway tooling. This wide variety of parts, as well as a range of five available sizes, equips Fiber Raceway to support fiber-optic cabling and cords in such environments as data centers, telecommunications exchanges, universities and hospitals. The company also notes that the system allows additional pathway elements to be added - safely and easily in the field - even after fiber-optic cable has been installed.