LDJ Dome Joint

The LDJ Dome Joint is a versatile splice enclosure deployed in FTTx networks and incorporates mid-span access, loop storage and a patch plate for pre-terminated drop cable.

Robust enough for even the toughest installations.

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 The base comprises 5 round port entries and a single oval port entry. A loop storage basket is positioned between a 12F single element splice tray and a 5 x SC SX (or 5 x LC DX) adapter tray on either side. The splice tray makes provision for 1 PLC Splitter (1:2 to 1:16).
The LDJ Dome Joint was developed with high density deployment in mind and therefore the dome is supplied in a configuration that reduces the preparation time significantly and in turn increases the deployment volume. The LDJ Dome Joint fits adjacent to the Aerial Slack Bin for FTTH/B aerial network distribution.

  • The dome joint cap is designed to improve aesthetic appeal on aerial network in suburbia.
  • The cap can be secured with a padlock.
  • The main splice & loop assembly is supplied separate from the base and clips onto the base with a single motion. This enables the technician to prepare the mid-span access loop with ease and speed.
  • The loop basket accommodates cable with up to 12 fibre elements with a storage capacity of 1 600mm of 2.0mm fibre elements.
  • The splice tray can fit either 24F heat shrink splices (2.4mm) double stacked or 12F mechanical splices including a single PLC Splitter (4x4x40mm) from 1:2 to 1:16 split ratio. Fibre elements are secured to the splice tray using standard cable ties.
  • The adapter tray/patch panel can fit 5 off SC SX adapters or 5 off LC DX adapters including 5 cable landings. Drop cables are secured using cable ties.
  • Five round single mechanical entry ports (3-5mm) and 1 oval mechanical entry port (8-16mm) comprises the base.
  • A cable twist block is supplied to provide additional lateral support to the mid-span cables entering through the oval port, effectively limiting any movement of the cables inside the dome.