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MadgeHaley
MadgeHaley Dec 22 '17

Transceivers have been designed for most of Fiber Optic Splice Box networking standards such as SDH/SONET, Ethernet, Fiber Channel, etc. SFP can be found in metro access network, metro core network, Wide Area Networks, etc.

Miller ACS armored cable slitter tool from RIPLEY can work on both jacketed or jacketed and armored multi fiber cables. It gains midspan access to optical fibers by slitting the outer jacket or jacket and armor. The slitter has a precision adjustable blade to avoid damage to the inside fibers. It works on a fiber optic cable diameter range of 8mm - 28.6mm. The cable slitter's blade can be set up to 5.5mm deep.

Multi-fiber cable construction may have a strength member that is internal and adjacent to the fibers or external and adjacent to the armor and jacket. To avoid tool damage, first determine the cable construction.

The slitter is shipped with the slitting blade retracted. With a sample piece of cable as a guide, the cutting blade depth setting can be made. The bottom of the thumb knob "A" has a slotted set screw that adjusts the blade height as it is turned. The bottom of the thumb knob also has 10 graduations.

Each full turn of the adjusting screw amounts to.042" of blade travel. In turn, each graduation equals.0042" of blade adjustment. When the blade is set properly, the tool will create a "zipper" sound on armored cable. Avoid setting blade too deep so to protect underlying layers.

In addition to supporting Fiber PLC Splitter standards mentioned above, transceivers are available for all types of physical cabling: multimode fiber and single mode fiber, 850nm VCSEL, 1310nm and 1550nm laser, etc. Here lists just a few.

 

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