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    Fiber optic Help

    hello,
    I need some help with fiber optic accessories
    I am working on new Fiber optic job connecting 3 locations with 24 strand multimode 50/125 (already purchased)
    so I am thinking to order three patch panels WCH-04P (Corning) ( one at each location)
    Also to order 2 Closet Connector Housing (CCH) PART NO. cch-cp12-g7) at each end location to land the cable.
    The "in" between location to have 4 Closet Connector Housing (CCH) PART NO. cch-cp12-g7 and I will locally jump the 22 fiber
    and I will use 10 feet SC to SC jumper to connect my equipment
    I really need help to make sure these accessories will work
    Thank you

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    Not familiar with those corning numbers. we purchase our corning from Graybar, they have a large data comm division that should be able to assist you
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevdan View Post
    hello,
    I need some help with fiber optic accessories
    I am working on new Fiber optic job connecting 3 locations with 24 strand multimode 50/125 (already purchased)
    so I am thinking to order three patch panels WCH-04P (Corning) ( one at each location)
    Also to order 2 Closet Connector Housing (CCH) PART NO. cch-cp12-g7) at each end location to land the cable.
    The "in" between location to have 4 Closet Connector Housing (CCH) PART NO. cch-cp12-g7 and I will locally jump the 22 fiber
    and I will use 10 feet SC to SC jumper to connect my equipment
    I really need help to make sure these accessories will work
    Thank you
    You'll need three of the wall mount cabinets WCH-04P and eight of the panels cch-cp12-g7 at a minimum.

    I would probably split the middle closet into two cabinets so it's not full the day it's installed - a little more room to work, and leaves room for expansion - but it's not a big deal.

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