CORNING EVOLV™ HARDENED CONNECTIVITY (HC) TERMINALS WITH PUSHLOK™ TECHNOLOGY

Corning Evolv™ Hardened Connectivity (HC) Terminals with Pushlok™ Technology

Pushlok™ hardened connector technology is the key component enabling smaller terminals for FTTx networks than ever before. Designed for use in nearly every access network environment, the terminal is small enough to be placed in existing handholes or pedestals where space is paramount, on building facades, or in aerial networks (pole- or strand-mount). Improved aesthetics improve end-user adoption for facade applications.


There are two styles of terminals designed to meet various space and density requirements: terminals with one row of
adapter ports and terminals with two rows of adapter ports. For terminals with one row of adapter ports, the ports are
aligned in a single row with the input stub on the left and 2-, 4-, 6- or 8-distribution ports on the right. For terminals with two rows of ports, the input stub is on the front left of the terminal and there are 6-, 8-, 12- or 16-distribution ports. Each port’s corresponding release button is actuated to remove the dust cap or drop. When installing drops, the keyed ports provide audible and physical positive feedback minimizing technician variation and potential damage due to mishandling.

Features

  • Pushlok cable assembly connector ports for customer drop terminations
  • Standard and integrated splitter terminal options
  • Durability
  • Available stubbed or preterminated with OptiTip® multifiber technology
  • Small-form-factor optimizes space in pedestals/handholes
  • Ultrasonically welded housing
  • Factory-terminated polished connectors

Benefits

  • Lower installation cost and increased speed of connection
  • Solution supports various architecture types
  • 100 lb cable tensile strength
  • Compatible with existing FlexNAP™ installations
  • Lower profile overall with drop entry ports on bottom
  • Eliminates water ingress potential and prevents unwanted entry into the field
  • Eliminates loss associated with excess fusion splices