Belden Rolls Out Fiber in a Box

Belden (NYSE:BDC) now offers fiber-optic cabling in Reel-In-A-Box packaging. It's available for various fiber constructions for runs up to 1000 feet. The boxes feature dual cut-outs on the top and side for cable payout and handle holes on all four sides for carrying and positioning.

It also has a tension control feature that can be adjusted manually for payout during installation, as well as a twist-and-tighten mechanism on the reel hub for locking in place during transit or adjusting the tension for pulling.

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