Installation Of Fiber Optic Cable Inline Closure Of Continued Access And Sharing

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Installation Of Fiber Optic Cable Inline Closure Of Continued Access And Sharing

Posted By fiberclosure top     November 26, 2018    


Green Telecom specializes in the production of Inline Closure and will bring you this information so that everyone can learn more.
Cable installation
1. Select the seal ring with the smallest inner diameter according to the outer diameter of the cable, and place the two seal rings on the cable.
2. Place the fiber optic cable into the corresponding access hole.
3. Connect shield and ground.
4. Wrap a self-adhesive sealing tape between the two sealing rings so that the sealing tape is wound flush with the outer diameter of the sealing ring to form a cable sealing end.
5. Press the sealed end of the cable into the hole of the cable.
6. Pass the hose clamp through the cable rib fixing seat and the cable core bracket, fix the cable to the base of the joint box, and tighten the hose clamp until the hose clamp is tightened.
7. Put a nylon cable tie on the cable and cut off the excess length.
8. The remaining unused cable holes should be sealed with a plug. The sealing tape is also wound on the plug, and the requirements are the same as in 5.2.4.
9. Wrap the reinforcing member around the countersunk screw of the splice tray holder and press it tight.
Fiber optic connection
1. Prepare the fiber around the coil after 1.5 times of preparation, and then coil all the remaining fibers in the box.
2. Use a single-core buffer tube for the single-core fiber tray and a ribbon buffer tube for the ribbon-shaped fiber tray. Nail with a nylon cable tie at the entrance of the splice tray.
3. Dock two (belly) optical fibers according to the specified method. The connector is snapped into the slot of the fusion unit. The excess length should be coiled in the disk.
4. Cover the splice tray and press it into place.
5. According to the different capacity required of the joint box, determine the number of disks to be superimposed on the welding plate. The superimposed type of the welding plate must conform to the card-in welding unit of the fiber connector and check and maintain requirements. Each two welding plates are superimposed, and the rubber can be folded into six holes to respectively catch the three convex twists on the upper and lower plates; four rubber folding pages, two symmetric positions on each side of the disk, such as superimposed five For the splice tray, the two-layer disc and the three-layer disc are buckled according to the above method, the three-layer disc and the four-layer disc are buckled, the four-layer disc and the five-layer disc are buckled, and so on, and the five discs are stably stacked together. . When it is necessary to view or maintain the welding condition of a certain layer of disk, as long as the two folding sheets of the upper layer of one side of the disk are removed, the welding plate can be opened like a page.
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