Surface mount box for 10G screened network cabling

Sept. 28, 2007
September 28, 2007 -- Siemon has introduced its MAX line of surface mount boxes, designed to support the company's 10G 6A F/UTP network cabling platform.

September 28, 2007 -- Siemon has introduced its MAX line of surface mount boxes, designed to support the company's 10G 6A F/UTP network cabling platform. The product allows users to bring screened category 6A connectivity to areas requiring surface mount installation.

Available in one, two, four and six-port configurations, the surface mount boxes offer multiple built-in cable management features to ensure proper bend radius and strain relief for both copper and fiber. The box also allows sufficient clearance for a wide range of cable sizes, including screened and fully shielded network cables as well as large diameter category 6A UTP cable

The box's cover features a simple, secure release latch and designation areas for color-coded icons and write-on designation labels. Multiple breakout areas on the sides and bottom allow flexible cable and raceway entry. Mounting options include concealed screw and flush-mount magnets. Various color options are available.

The product also supports the company's range of flat MAX modules, including its 10G 6A UTP MAX modules, category 6, category 5e, and category 3 MAX outlets, as well as coax, video and fiber-optic connector modules. The box will also accommodate the Siemon category 7A/class FA TERA cabling system.

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