The boxes have a set of options that allow installation on pole, wall and cable.



Faced with the new challenges of improving connectivity and implementation times of optical networks, increasing the efficiency of the installation process and reducing operational costs, Fibramérica launched its FAB-PRECON line of preconnectorized solutions.

The products of Fibramérica’s FAB-PRECON line feature innovative technology that enables fast connection through pre-assembled cable technology with bayonet-type connectors and external adapters that, as a whole, offer greater speed for the deployment of FTTx networks, providing agility and time savings in the installation process.

It also offers a fast learning curve for the technical team in the field and a great reduction in construction costs related to labor costs. They are designed to meet the new needs of small and large telecommunications operators.

FAB-PRECON can be adapted to any architectural design according to the needs of each project, whether balanced or unbalanced.

The FAB-PRECON line includes pre-connectorized termination boxes, pre-assembled drop cables  connectors for field assembly.



Preconnectorized boxes are designed to serve as an interconnection point between the distribution network and the access network, allowing for faster deployment, connection and disconnection of new customers, as well as reduced failures during FTTH service activation.

This represents great advantages for providers that need to reduce operational labor costs and reduce the level of problems associated with the installation and maintenance process.

Fibramérica has boxes with capacity for 4, 8, 10, 12, 16 and 24 preconnectorized ports, with variable IP protection ratings according to the needs of each project. These supplies for fiber optic networks are manufactured and designed with the strictest quality standards to guarantee external and internal silver connectivity.



The FAB-PRECON line includes drop cables with flat drop cables as well as round drop cables, indoor-outdoor, in different sizes. These cables can be equipped with C, D and E bayonet connectors. The difference between these connectors is their level of compatibility with other solutions, IP level and installation properties.



These solutions allow the connector to be assembled in the field to avoid wasting drop cable.


Advantages of preconnectorized solutions


There are many options when it comes to choosing the manufacturer of preconnectorized solutions to work with. However, it is essential to find a qualified and reliable supplier that can offer services and features such as guaranteed product performance, design advice and fast network security. For these reasons, Fibramérica’s FAB-PRECON system is the best choice for those looking for quality products at competitive prices.


The following are some of the main advantages of the FAB-PRECON line:


Agility and economy in installation: Allows the construction of optical networks in less time, reduces working hours and operational failures derived from maintenance processes/subscriber activation.

Reduced operating costs: Reduces costs related to the installation/maintenance process of the optical network.

Ease of project implementation and expansion: FAB-PRECON preconnectorization technology enables fast and efficient connections in both balanced and unbalanced networks, reducing project implementation time.

Quality: The preconnectorized components comply with international quality standards, guaranteeing compliance with the optical and mechanical parameters of each of their parts.

Competitiveness: This type of technology allows companies to stand out from their competition and make an intelligent investment with a view to the future.



The FAB-PRECON solution can be adapted to different environments where a fast implementation of FTTx networks is required, whether in urban, rural or industrial environments.



The FAB-PRECON system is composed of a set of elements for internal and external use.


• Optical cables, both aerial and subway for the deployment of main and secondary networks;

• Splice closures to protect and accommodate optical splices in the transition of fiber optic cables. These can vary in capacity, type of internal configuration, type of closure (heat shrink or mechanical) and degree of protection (overhead or subway use).

• NAP boxes are materials developed to act as a connection point between the distribution and access network. Its connection is made through its preconnectorized ports in the base. They can have different preconnectorization capacities and internal configuration according to each requirement.

• Compact termination boxes are developed to act as intermediate or final elements, depending on the type of network, allowing both network continuity and signal distribution to subscribers. They have variable capacities of up to 10 pre-connectorized ports.

• Fibramérica drop cable is widely used from the junction or distribution box to the end user, as well as in aerial installations with spans of up to 80 meters. It can also be used in internal installations by simply removing the metallic support.

• Optical rosette is the termination point of the optical network. This component can have capacity for 1, 2 or 4 ports, where direct connectorization (in the field) or fusion splicing in a pre-connectorized extension (pigtail) will be used.

Consult the catalog with all preconnectorized solutions

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