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Retrofit Braces

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Cost-effective solution that provides high bandwidth and transmission rates over longer distances. With SC to ST termination, this high quality fiber optic patch cable is specifically designed for gigabit ethernet applications. The patented injection molding process provides each connection greater durability in resisting pulls, strains and impacts from cabling installs.

Each cable is 100% optically inspected and tested for insertion loss before you receive it. A pull-proof jacket design surrounds the popular 9/125 Single-mode fiber, immune to electrical interference.
Color Black
Application Sector Commercial
Length 1 m
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Features

  • Fast data transfer rates over long distances
  • Designed for SC-ST gigabit ethernet applications
  • Available in lengths up to 30m

Specifications

General Info
Product Line Pass & Seymour
Country Of Origin China

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Questions & Answers

how are you supposed to fix anything to this box? It doesn't come with any screw holes/threads to screw into.

Asked by: Andy Lomas
It is designed for use with our 33300 Brace, which has the mounting hardware: https://www.legrand.us/networking/fiber-optic-cables/9-125-duplex-single-mode-os2-fiber-optic-cables/retrofit-braces/p/33300
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2022-03-10

Can this be used in a mobile home with 2x2 trusses?

Asked by: jonnyz
Trusses are the ceiling joists, so as long as they are dimensional solid lumber like a 2 x 6 okay. Not tested for use with laminated beams
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-09-08

Can the 33310 product be used to install a fan box with truss construction in the ceiling as opposed to full wooden joists? I do not have access from above.

Asked by: Steve
Trusses are the ceiling joists, so as long as they are dimensional solid lumber like a 2 x 6 using the 33310 ceiling box is okay for that application
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-02-07
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