Standalone (Desktop) Enclosures (for FOM cards)
FiberPlex SAC1 Stand-alone single slot chassis for use with FOM series cards

The SAC-1 is a high quality rugged 1U enclosure for FOM Cards. The enclosure can act as a desktop unit or it can be mounted into a 19 rack either alone or in a side-by-side configuration.

The SAC-1 is a standalone FOM card chassis, providing power, enclosure and secure mounting for a single Fiber Optic Module. Each SAC-1 may be rack, wall or desktop mounted using the included mounting system.

Bracket configurations include standalone unit for desktop or wall mounting, 1U rack mounting in single unit configuration or a 1U rack mounting in a dual unit configuration.

The FOM cards are field installed from the rear of the chassis, providing electrical and fiber optic connections at the rear of the chassis. A front panel window allows viewing of status LEDs on each installed card and indicating power status, fiber optic link status, signal line status, and control or configuration information.

SAC1 applications

  • Standalone Unit Housing for any FOM (Fiber Optic Multi-Port Module)
  • Desktop, wall mount, rack mount configurations
  • Dual side-by-side rack mounting kits available
  • Each FOM is accessible and removable through rear of the box
  • Available with integrated AC or DC power supply
# Model # Description Availability
1 SAC-1/CC-AC Stand-alone, single slot chassis for FOM series isolator cards (includes AC Power Supply); Conformal Coated Special Order

2 SAC-1-AC Stand-alone, single slot chassis for FOM series isolator cards (includes AC Power Supply) General Availability

3 SAC-1-DC Stand-alone, single slot chassis for FOM series isolator cards (includes DC Power Supply) General Availability


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