At first glance, Clearview xPAK looks like any other LGX compatible package, but upon closer inspection, technicians will see a new generation of innovation in the delivery of terminated fiber assemblies. xPAK unfolds to a flat, single-piece element in which all required components for fiber protection are integrated. Engineered to land small port count fiber terminations and optical components as conveniently and inexpensively as possible, xPAK simplifies fiber management to the level of a consumable good.
When landing small-count fiber, the highest standards for fiber protection and reliability must apply. But deployment also needs to be fast, intuitive and small form factor. The product needs to be so inexpensive that techs can conveniently keep small lot counts in their trucks and deploy as service calls are scheduled. xPAK is shipped flat and unassembled. At the deployment site, the technician will take his xPAK device and, following simple pictorial user instructions, will assemble the device to match his field requirements.
Integrated into the footprint of the device is an industry-compatible splicing tray, which is surrounded with fiber protection elements that support either a 2, 4 or 6-port fiber assembly, as well as a range of optical component devices. (Clearfield provides a wide selection of user-defined split-count PON splitters or WDM channel frequencies).
To ensure everything needed is at the installer’s finger tips, all potentially used components, including the splice sleeves, are included in the Clearview xPAK packaging kit. Similar to a model airplane, any unused element is simply disposable.
The Clearview xPAK supports 2, 4 or 6-ports of patch and splice configurations. The compact 4” x 5” solution is perfect for landing small count terminations at the fiber delivery point. The kit comes with everything you’ll need: flat cassette, adapters, (1) 2, 4 or 6 fiber 900um 1/2 meter assembly, splice sleeves, strain relief boot, grommet tape, zip ties, and universal mounting bracket.