At ANGA COM 2017, Langmatz presented its wide-ranging FTTx portfolio. Innovations on show included the underground distribution system with forced airflow cooling technology, the compact optical distribution and termination box, the outdoor cabinet with optical distribution frame 2.0 and a new main optical distribution frame. Our stand also featured splice and patch sub-rack assemblies for our main optical distribution frames, a polycarbonate manhole with a swivelling fibre closure bracket and an optical fibre mini distribution system. The underground distribution system with forced airflow cooling technology – an extraordinary solution for protecting active components from overheating – garnered a great deal of interest.
Langmatz brought innovative power engineering products to this year’s eltefa. Our exhibits included optical distribution frames and an EL 306 ParasoLIC with an EK 480 fuse box including overvoltage protection. The EK 600 (TechnicBox) underground distribution system yet again generated strong interest.
Langmatz once again presented itself as a multifaceted exhibitor in the field of power engineering. The products on show included the EK 409 building cable & pipe entry system and an EL 306 ParasoLIC with an EK 480 fuse box including overvoltage protection. The EK 600 (TechnicBox) underground distribution system also piqued quite a bit of interest. Langmatz was the only exhibitor with systems of this kind designed for outdoor use.
Langmatz exhibited at the FTTH Conference with a representative mix from our wide range of FTTx products. This included our innovative optical distribution frame, patch/splice sub-rack assemblies and the optical distribution and termination box. The highlight was a product innovation from Langmatz: the new underground distribution system with forced airflow for active components for mobile & fixed network technologies (DSLAM).
Langmatz exhibited a representative selection of products for the railway engineering sector. This included track terminal boxes, outdoor cabinets, non-standard manholes and fuse boxes. The highlights of the trade fair stand were the ecopolytec manhole with a coupling coil and various track terminal boxes that were demonstrated for tram rail applications during a practical simulation. In addition to these, Langmatz presented a variety of outdoor cabinets and pedestals in different design variants to an interested trade audience. Several Langmatz PUBLIC transit stop information systems were put to good use in the bus display in the fair’s summer garden.
Langmatz exhibited its comprehensive FTTx product range at ANGA COM 2016. The main focal points this year were a splice and patch module for central office optical distribution frames, a polycarbonate manhole with a swivelling fibre enclosure bracket and an optical fibre mini distributor. The underground distribution system with a patch solution – one of the first underground optical fibre distribution solutions on the market – was a particular draw for visitors.
One primary development goal for our crossguide EK 533 and EK 424 pedestrian signal request devices was to implement a new universal (AC) full range power supply unit capable of handling supply voltages ranging from 24 – 230 V AC/DC. Visitors where able to confirm for themselves the excellent vandalism protection by kicking the showcased EK 533 crossguide. Langmatz also exhibited a prototype of the ActiWait, an interactive signal requesting device that has been co-developed by Urban Invention with assistance from Langmatz.
Langmatz attended the FTTH Conference with a comprehensive portfolio for FTTx products. Supported by a 3D film, Langmatz presented numerous products regarding this topic, starting from a manhole with telescopic extendable fibre closure bracket to fibre optic distribution cabinets as well as our fibre optic intrusion detection system. Further more we showcased building cables & pipe entry systems as well as optical distribution devices (ONT). The underground distribution system EK 880 and the optical fibre mini cabinet EK 30 were met with particularly keen interest by the technical audience, as Langmatz has been the leading manufacturer and supplier of optical fibre technology in connection with underground solutions to date.
Langmatz presented themselves once more as market leader for manholes made of PC and underground distribution systems. The “InfraTech Innovation Award” was awarded for the first time at the civil engineering exhibition in Germany. Langmatz was nominated under the TOP3 with manholes made of ecopolytec and finished in second place. The WPC material ecopolytec is the first ecological, recyclable and sustainable solution for use in civil engineering and infrastructure projects. Thanks to the nomination, many trade fair visitors took notice of the Langmatz booth.