Telecom Modules for Copper Broadband Access
LSA-PLUS® – Technically and economically superior “Quick Connection System”
The LSA-PLUS® System, with the LSA-PLUS® contact as its smallest functional element, is used for connecting, disconnecting, switching and earthing connections in broadband copper telecommunications and data applications. The LSA-PLUS® contact as a special feature of the system ensures the highest degree of contact safety under the most severe conditions even after years of use. A durable, gas tight connection is formed between contact and wire - resistant to corrosion and mechanical stress by using the single action, audible indication LSA-PLUS ® insertion tool.
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|LSA-PLUS Series 2
Standard applications like MDF, BET, street cabinet, central office, FTTx
|Family Spec Sheet: LSA-PLUS Series 2||LSA-PLUS Series 2 products|
Standard high density applications like cabinets, boxes, hybrid fiber/copper boxes & closures / FTTx, FTTB, FTTdP
|Family Spec Sheet: LSA-PLUS HD180||LSA-PLUS HD180 products|
|LSA-PLUS PCB Series
Circuit board connectors in which copper conductors are terminated using the LSA-PLUS® Quick Connection System. Available with different contact versions and port counts.
|Family Spec Sheet: LSA-PLUS PCB Series|
Our splitters are based on LSA-PLUS® technology using most common ADSL2, VDSL, VDSL2 protocol types.
|Family Spec Sheet: xDSL Splitters|
Powerful and flexible portfolio with an optimum cost to benefit ratio & maximum economic efficiency for all types of LSA-PLUS systems.
|Family Spec Sheet: Gas discharge tubes/Overvoltage arrestors
Family Spec Sheet: ComProtect
Serve as a flexible connection and branching solution for copper OSP applications up to 200 pairs. They accommodate LSA-PLUS® connectivity for back mount frames with optional over-voltage protection.
|Family Spec Sheet: Copper outdoor distribution boxes|
Check out our connectors for mass or single wire splicing and other tools and accessories for easy installation, repair and maintenance of copper networks in both indoor and outdoor environments.