AFL targets MDU FTTX product set follows installer industry's pre-connectorized trend

AFL has introduced a new multi-dwelling unit (MDU) product set targeting fiber-to-the-x (FTTX) applications, fulfilling the needs of residential or a mix of residential and business customers. Leveraging the same elements of its well-known LightLink 580 enclosure and the IDEAA splitter platform, the new MDU products offer pre-connectorized and splicing solutions in order to greatly reduce physical size of existing indoor splitter cabinets and terminals along with reducing overall installed cost. The MDU product line includes the MDU Entrance Enclosure (MEE), Mini Interiror Distribution Cabinet (IDC), and Fiber Distribution Terminal (FDT). 

To assist service providers in finding the right MDU FTTX solution, AFL has developed a detailed solutions guide to provide assistance with what products best service customer-specific MDU requirements. These products include not only the new splitter cabinets and building entrance terminals, but also a full line of MDU drop cables, field installable connectors and more. Release

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