Criteria for choosing a terrestrial cable distribution box:
- The cabinets should be placed where it is least exposed to traffic accidents, and the conditions are as favorable as possible in terms of installation and management,
- Since the cabinet is fitted with a door on one side, it is advisable to place it in a sheltered position against building walls or other objects providing mechanical protection.
Installing the cabinet does not require concrete foundation. It is advisable to set up the cabinet at the same time as laying the cable or afterwards. Depending on the cable trenches, make a hole of a minimum size of 60 cm, which is adapted to the size of the cabinet (type 1, for example, approximately 80 × 35 cm) and insert the cabinet up to the mark indicated on it.
The front cover under the door of the cabinet and plinth can be unscrewed from top to bottom after removing the door to connect and secure the cables.
After the cable installation work, the front cover elements must be replaced in the reverse order, and the door can be reinstalled by snaps into place.
Subsequently, using the excavated soil, a stable anchoring should be achieved, compacted, in layers, while the setting is constantly checked with a spirit level.
The material of the cabinet withstands the thermal and chemical effects of asphalt paving, so there is no problem with asphalt paving in the environment. In such cases, however, a slight slope should be provided from the cabinet to prevent the accumulation of rain at the base of the cabinet.
It is an important operational requirement that the identification tags (serial number and / or name) corresponding to the network outline on the identification tags on the fuse groups. It is advisable for this symbol to be identical to the text of the direction indicators normally used on cables.