Zhone’s indoor residential 2400A Series GPON ONT’s are designed for
advanced triple-play deployments in Fiber-to-the-Home/Premise
applications. The indoor models in Zhone’s zNID product line of ONT’s
provide a lower cost alternative to outdoor ONT solutions. The small
package contains many features including QoS, VoIP, and multicast video
support. The series include four 10/100/1000Mbps LAN Ports, two POTS
Voice FXS ports, one USB port, and optional WiFi (with internal
antennas) in a compact enclosure for indoor use.
Supporting industry standard SIP and MGCP voice signaling provides
reliable voice services. Zhone’s experience with packet voice ensures
interoperability and support with a large number of soft switches. The
four Ethernet ports can be separated into different services allowing the
configuration of dedicated ports for IP video and data.
With wire-speed routing, a web UI for local management, and support for
Zhone’s CPE Management system, the Zhone GPON ONT solution paired
with the MXK OLT is an efficient way to extend bandwidth intensive
services to the network edge using standard Ethernet frames.
The GPON 2400A Series ONTs can be either wall mounted inside the
home or placed freestanding on a desktop,
DZS’ 2101P one-port Industrial GPON ONT is ideally suited for Optical LAN deployments in facilities that require a large number of geographically dispersed PoE-capable Ethernet ports. Typical sites include commercial buildings, sports stadiums, schools, universities, hospitals, airports, shopping malls and more.
The types of devices that may be connected to the 2101P ONTs include Wi-Fi Access Points, video surveillance cameras, badge access readers, door controller switches, IP TVs, VoIP phones, IP wall clocks, building control systems, kiosks, PoS devices, Vending Machines, PCs, Printers, and many others.
The 2101P’s unique design allows it to be installed in plenum spaces or in an enclosure as small as the standard 4″x4″ electrical outlet box, dramatically simplifying the network design and installation. During the building design phase, the network planner simply identifies every location where an Ethernet port is required, and where the OLT will be located. The architect then places a electrical box in every location and routes conduit from each box to the OLT location. The construction crew builds out the conduit runs and installs the boxes and ONTs as if they were individual electrical circuits — however, rather than pulling solid-core AC wiring through the conduit to every box, hybrid copper/fiber cable is installed instead. The ONTs installed in weatherproof enclosures further extend the applications.
Optional accessories for the 2101P include the Extended Ethernet Kit that extends the Ethernet port from 2101P to the outside of the outlet box; and the Extended Temperature Kit (external heat sink) required when the 2101P installed inside an non-metal enclosure or in a metal enclosure with PoE load exceeding 15W.
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