Where fiber management is risk management.



Traditionally fiber management has been designed “from the outside in.” All hardware that provides the necessary protection was designed into the box — thereby limiting scalability. Clearfield believes fiber management is risk management. To save costs and deployment time, fiber management shouldn’t be a fixed, up-front expense. Instead, it should be able to grow in-step with your subscriber take rates and revenue. It also should be based upon a single architecture – so that your inventory carrying costs are reduced and your training time is limited. The result is the Clearview Cassette, the heart of the FieldSmart fiber management product line which includes:

  • FieldSmart FxDS - Main frame fiber distribution for the inside plant
  • FieldSmart FSC - Outside plant fiber distribution
  • FieldSmart FDP - Wall mount and pedestal solutions for the access network



Clearview Blue Cassettes are a core building block of every product within the FieldSmart® fiber management system. Fiber cassettes from Clearfield, such as Clearview Blue, incorporate the same flexibility and scalability, now with enhanced configuration options including tool-less installation, in-cassette buffer tube/ribbon slack storage, front access-only designs. Reducing the overall footprint of the fiber management element reduces real estate costs and improves density without compromising critical design elements of access, bend-radius protection, physical fiber protection and route-path diversity.

Clearview Blue is a six component tool-less system made up of a top cover, splice tray, buffer tube/ribbon slack storage, cable assembly tray and adapter plate. Parts snap together to support desired application requirements. All types of fiber cable construction can be integrated within the cassette to support all patch and splice, patch only, passive optical component hardware and plug-and-play scenarios.

  blue cassettes



Clearview xPAK is single-piece element in which all required components for fiber protection are integrated. It is shipped flat and simply folds to shape.

The Clearview xPAK supports two, four or six ports of patch and splice (Clearfield’s in-cassette splicing solution) configurations. The compact 4” x 5” (101.60 mm x 127.00 mm)solution is perfect for landing small count terminations at the fiber delivery point. The kit comes with everything you’ll need: flat cassette, adapters, 2, 4 or 6-fiber 900 μm ½ meter assembly, splice sleeves, strain relief boot, grommet tape, zip ties and universal mounting bracket.

Clearview xPAK is the ideal fiber management device when up to six fibers (or us to 12 LC) are landed or an optical component device is deployed in a remote location. Application environments include cell backhaul, business class service delivery, node segmentation, fiber exhaust in a field pedestal, sub-station turn-up or fiber-to-the-desk deployment.




The FieldSmart FxMP Tie Panel is a high density, low-maintenance fiber distribution panel for use in a 19” or 23” (482.60 mm or 584.20 mm) frame. Tie panels are intelligently designed to provide the user with superior fiber access, utilizing craft-friendly radius protected fiber management for routing and deploying fiber jumpers or multi-fiber cables, on both sides of the adapter plate for cross-connect environments.



FIELDSMART FIBER SCALABILITY CENTER (FSC) - PON Cabinets: 288, 432, 576 and 1152 Port

The FieldSmart FSC Passive Optical Network is the complete solution for managing up to 1152 distribution fibers for an outside plant FTTx application. Optimal access is ensured to all ports and superior fiber protection is integrated within the patent-pending Clearview Cassette. It provides an interconnect environment from the feeder network through the optical passive splitter to the distribution network in a FTTH PON OSP Cabinet.

Through the incremental design of the Clearview Cassette, user capacity can be scaled from as few as 12 ports to the maximum configuration of the fiber cabinet, allowing the service provider to align the investment in capital equipment to the turn-up of revenue-generating circuits. Further, labor and other field costs are minimized through its craft-friendly layout.