Corning Cable Systems Unveils RPDpass Indoor MDU Solution

  • Corning
  • FTTH
  • Fiber Management
HICKORY, NCCorning Cable Systems, part of Corning Incorporated’s Telecommunications segment, introduced the RPDpass Indoor Multidwelling Unit (MDU) Solution, designed for quick connection of riser segments and drop cables in medium and large MDUs.

The RPDpass Indoor MDU Solution uses an MTP connector-enabled riser segment to connect the main distribution terminal and floor distribution terminals. Innovative storage capabilities, either in the basement- or floor-distribution hardware, allow for a complete plug-and-play approach without causing cable slack storage concerns. Either MTP or single-fiber SC connectivity inside the floor distribution allows cost-effective routing of the final drop cable to each end customer.

Components of the RPDpass MDU Solution
  • RPDpass Indoor Drop Cable Assemblies consist of six, eight or 12 individually color-coded and numbered 1.65 mm interconnect cables helically stranded in an easy-access connectorized bundle. Once in place, individual drop cables can be easily accessed for separate service drops to the apartment optical network unit.

  • RPDpass Indoor Riser Cables are available in 12- or 24-fiber cables with connector combinations of six, eight or 12 at the floor level. Low-loss MTP Connectors ensure minimal impact to link-loss budgets. The cable can be shipped on a collapsible reel that integrates into the distribution terminal for simple slack storage.

  • The OptiSheath Riser Distribution Terminal features interchangeable panels and modules for flexibility within the MDU. MTP panels and MTP/SC modules allow for 36- and 24-fiber capacity respectively. Once the riser assemblies are deployed, the distribution terminal contains an innovative storage option for the slack cable.

  • The OptiTect Indoor CE Cabinet provides splitting and fiber management for up to 288 fibers. With multiple mounting options and the option of MTP connectivity, the indoor cabinet offers various configuration options and accepts both LS and Gen III splitter modules.

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