24 way Fibre Cable Breakout Unit with M8 Bolt

Quick Tag: CBU-05-24-BLK-M8

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24 way Fibre Cable Breakout Unit with M8 Bolt

Quick Tag: CBU-05-24-BLK-M8

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Miniflex Cable Break-out Unit (CBU), 24-way manifold with M8 Bolt ( sold increments of 10's). Ideal for managing and distributing fibre back bone cables, catering for up to 24 core fibre cable. It comprises of a 24-way Manifold block (for 5mm Miniflex tubing) for incoming cable. The CBU is ideally suited to ODF/Racks and cabinets/enclosures where trunk or backhaul network cable requires distributing into separate ports or locations. M2FX code 10-0324.
24 way Fibre Cable Breakout Unit with M8 Bolt is available for purchase in increments of 10


The Miniflex Cable Breakout Unit (CBU) affords quick and easy arrangements of the fibres or cable elements of multi fibre cables, which are sheathed in 5mm Miniflex tube* to give permanent protection. The CBU is used at distribution points such as a junction cabinet to separate and manage individual cable element tubes or fibre bundles. Each cable or fibre bundle is sheathed in the Miniflex tube which slots into the unit.

The CBU provides a robust fibre management system that minimises installation time and maximises fibre integrity and security. It provides a strong anchorage point and a neat lay-through for Miniflex tube.

Miniflex cable break out unit is used at distribution points where multi-fibre cables need to have the vulnerable individual fibres or cable elements separated and protected by a management system. 

Used in Splice Joint Housings, Racks and other fibre network infrastructure for cable breakout & retention and subsequent protected circuit routing in Miniflex tube, 

*protection tube sold separately.

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QuickTag CBU-05-24-BLK-M8
Manufacturer M2FX
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