Spartanburg, SC – AFL is releasing a new Network Interface Device (NID), the SNI760XL, designed to support one to six lines and with additional room for slack storage. The extra room and mounting bosses can support additional equipment or combine coax demarcation all in one NID.
Complete with full range individual line modules which are compatible with the existing SNI730 and SNI760 NIDs, the NID's housing consists of a rugged, weatherproof thermoplastic alloy with grommeted entrances. Line modules are compatible with Corning Cable Systems CAC®7600 and a direct replacement for Tyco's RYANID DATAGUARD 760XL. The SNI760XL is UL® listed and designed and tested to Telcordia™ GR49CORE.
For additional information on AFL's full line of NIDs, visit www.AFLglobal.com.
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