Click & Go Outlets

Click & Go wall outlets create easily upgradable outlets. By using Click & Go as a migration path from high bandwidth coax towards an FTTH network, the cable operator introduces cost efficiency and flexibility into his network.
The Click & Go product family addresses the continuing and increasing demand for upgradability.

With a complete product group of modular components we enable operators to easily prepare the network for FTTH services, or change the network from services offered via coax to services offered over fiber. All of it with the lowest loss of previous investments, and a minimum cost to truck rolls.

The Click & Go concept can be installed in existing standard in-wall boxes or in surface-mount based installations.

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Click & Go wall outlets provide

  • Optical FTTH Network termination with a maximum of 4 optical fibers
  • Optical click-in modules with LC/APC connectors
  • Two single isolated RF click-in modules (90°), either with IEC- or F-type connector
  • One 45° angled RF click-in module F-type with a double galvanic isolator
  • An isolation cover cap for contact protection of the RF module back sides
  • A metal mounting frame to host 2 click-in modules
  • A special surface-mount frame with integrated fiber and splice management
  • A module for including a keystone adapter

Product List

List of available products

Type Number
Item Number
Description
File

btv-RFM-2-F

53400

Click & Go 90° RF module, 5 – 3.000 MHz, F-female, cable outer conductor accept range 4,0 – 5,9 mm, cable outer jacket accept range 5,0 – 7,2 mm

btv-RFM-1-IEC

53401

Click & Go 90° RF module, 5 – 3.000 MHz, IEC-male, cable outer conductor accept range 4,0 – 5,9 mm, cable outer jacket accept range 5,0 – 7,2 mm

btv-RFM-Mini-IEC

53402

Click & Go 90° RF module, 5 – 3.000 MHz, IEC-male, cable outer conductor accept range 3,1 – 3,7 mm, cable outer jacket accept range 4,1 – 5,0 mm

btv-RFM-4-F

53403

Click & Go 45° angled RF click-in module, 5 – 3.000 MHZ double galvanic isolated, F-type, screening Class A +15 dB, RAL 9010

btv-RFM-4-F-W

53404

Click & Go 45° angled RF click-in module, 5 – 3.000 MHZ double galvanic isolated, F-type, screening Class A +15 dB, RAL 9003 white

btv-RFM-4-F-K

53405

Click & Go 45° angled RF click-in module, 5 – 3.000 MHZ double galvanic isolated, F-type, screening Class A +15 dB, RAL 9017 black

btv-KSM-1

53412

Click & Go 45° angled keystone adapter for inserting a keystone module, fits into the left slot, RAL 9010

Click & Go Outlet accessories

List of available products

Type Number
Item Number
Description
File

Module keystone RJ45 to Cat 5 e

53413

24 x 16,2 x 38,7 mm, REV Connect

Module keystone RJ45 to Cat 6 +

53414

24 x 16,2 x 38,7 mm, REV Connect

Module keystone RJ45 to Cat 6 A

53415

24 x 16,2 x 40 mm, REV Connect

Module keystone RJ45 to Cat 6 A

53416

20 x 16 x 34 mm, installation without special tool

Module keystone RJ45 to Cat 6 A, ICS 500

53417

20 x 14,5 x 38 mm, installation without special tool

Module keystone KS 6A/10 RJ45 to Cat 6 A

53418

20 x 16 x 34 mm, installation without special tool

btv-MMF-1

53419

Metal mounting frame, 2 slots 25 x 50 mm

btv-TCP-01

53420

Top cover plate 80 x 80 x 6,5 mm, color RAL 9010, with 2 slots each 25 x 50 mm

btv-TCP-02

53421

Top cover plate 88 x 88 x 6,5 mm, color RAL 9010, with 2 slots each 25 x 50 mm

btv-TCP-05

53422

Top cover plate acc. to the European standard, color RAL 9010 and a blind cap at the right hole, 80 x 80 x 8,5 mm

btv-BC-05

53423

Blind cap for the top cover plate btv-TCP-05, color RAL 9010, diameter 15,5 x 3 mm

btv-MBP-1

53424

Blind plate for click-in module slot, color RAL 9010

btv-MBP-1-W

53425

Blind plate for click-in module slot, color RAL 9003 white

btv-MBP-1-K

53426

Blind plate for click-in module slot, color RAL 9017 black

btv-RFM-back-cover

53428

Isolation back cover for the RF click-in modules btv-RFM-1-IEC and btv-RFM-2-F

btv-RFM-flylead

53431

Flylead extension cable for RF click-in modules, cable type Ören HD-063 (0,6/2,7) Class A+ EN 50117

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