Designed based on thousands of hours of customer feedback, Corning's Closet Connector Housings (CCHs) offer more than two dozen innovative features that make installation and troubleshooting of fiber optic connectivity faster, easier and more cost effective. From fiber and cable routing and strain relief, to port labeling and termination, these housings reduce the risk of error that can disrupt networks.
Closet Connector Housings (CCHs) provide interconnect or cross-connect capabilities between outside plant, riser or distribution cables and opto-electronics. Like all LANscape Solutions hardware, the housings accept CCH connector panels. In addition, the housings accept CCH cassettes and CCH modules.
The units are designed for rack mounting in 19-in (48 cm) racks or optional 23-in (58 cm) equipment racks (1.75-in EIA hole spacing). They are available in rack space options of 1U (two panels, cassettes or modules), 2U (four panels, cassettes or modules), 3U (six panels, cassettes or modules) and 4U (twelve panels, cassettes or modules). The 1U, 2U and 3U options feature a slide-out tray and see-through, removable top covers. The CCH-04U features a clear door, removable front and rear enclosures and a platinum-painted interior for maximum visibility and access.
Every CCH housing is shipped complete with strain relief brackets, routing clips and guides, and mounting brackets for proper installation. Documentation labels are provided and components can be added as needed to construct a fiber distribution frame for any application. All housings include a removable tinted polycarbonate front door. All size housings have field-installable lock kits available for both front and rear doors.
All CCH housings can also be upgraded for pigtail splicing to full fiber capacity and easy, modular fiber management through the use of CCH Splice Cassettes (CCH-CS), or for easy, modular fiber management when using field-installable connectors through the use of CCH Slack Cassettes (CCH-CF).