SIEMON ANNOUNCES NEW LC QUICK -PACK ADAPTER PLATES

The LC Quick-Pack adapter plate features a patent-pending integrated latch, which provides single-finger latching to access the fiber even in fully populated enclosures.

WATERTOWN, CT - The Siemon Company, a world -leader in the design and manufacture of network cabling solutions and components, is proud to announce its LC Quick -Pack Adapter Plates.


With the explosive growth and demand for LC small form factor fiberoptic systems, The Siemon Company continues to add new LC products to its fiber product line. New is the LC Quick -Pack Adapter Plate, designed for use with Siemon's Rack -mount Interconnect Center (RIC3) and Siemon's Wall -mount Interconnect Center (SWIC3). The LC Quick -Pack adapter plate features a patent -pending integrated latch, which provides single -finger latching to access the fiber even in fully populated enclosures. Available with either 12 -, 16 -, or 24 adapter ports per plate, the small form factor LC interface provides high -density multimode or singlmode connections for fiber management systems.

About The Siemon Company
The Siemon Company, a world leader in network cabling systems, is a privately held company with four generations of manufacturing excellence. Established in 1903, Siemon is a global technology leader in the design and manufacture of high -quality structured cabling systems and components.

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