Next generation CATV network upgrades, including Remote PHY (R-PHY), MAC-PHY, Node + 0, Node + N, etc., are placing increasing thermal and space demands on outside plant pedestal housings. New R-PHY optical nodes are being engineered to dissipate 160 Watts of power; significantly greater than prior generations of pedestal housings were designed to accommodate.
Amphenol Louvered Low-Profile Housing provides mounting facilities and security for amplifiers, nodes and other equipment.The louvered vents provide excellent heat dissipation with louvered protection.
Amphenol’s Louvered Vertical Plastic Pedestals provide mounting facilities and security for line extenders, amplifiers and other equipment. The louvered vents provide excellent heat dissipation with louvered protection.
The Amphenol Non-Louvered Vertical Plastic Pedestals provide mounting facilities and security for taps, splitters and line extenders. These pedestals are molded from a polyethylene specifically designed to resist impact, ultraviolet and environmental degradation.
The Amphenol HDPE Below Grade Enclosures (HBGE) are lightweight, molded polyethylene handholes. Designed for light duty placements (parkway/greenway applications), these sturdy below grade enclosures serve a variety of purposes in telecommunications, wireless, utility, Broadband CATV and municipality networks.
Z24 Generation II Low-Profile Housing with Extended Depth Base
The Amphenol Z24 pedestal housing was engineered specifically to meet the demands of next generation CATV network architectures and equipment. It is built to withstand the harsh elements typically found in outside plant deployments. Leveraging our expertise in outside plant enclosure engineering, thermal analysis, design and testing, the Z24 is capable of supporting R-PHY compliant equipment across all regions in the USA.
The Amphenol Multi-Purpose Housing CMPH-7C is widely deployed across wireline and wireless service providers, cable television operators and utility companies. The enclosure is designed for new provisioning installations as well as rehabilitation of existing access enclosures. The superior structural strength, outstanding environmental protection and ease of installation combine to create a long-life housing that reduces operational expenses.
The R02 pedestal has a round profile dome which is self-latching for reduced chance of being left unlocked. The depth of the dome provides sufficient clearance to support the bend radius of fiber drops exiting a fiber terminal or coax drop cables exiting the RF directional tap. The dome’s height provides ample space for stacked interconnected directional taps with splitters and directional coupler housings in a single pedestal. These pedestals are molded from a polyethylene resin specifically designed for outside plant environments, resisting impact, ultraviolet and environmental degradation.