ODF 24 Core, 24 Port ODF Model: SJ-ODF-24
ODF 24 Core is specially designed for the optical fiber communication equipment room. ODF 24 Core has the function of cable fixation, protecting fiber cable terminating, wiring, distribution, and protection of fiber cores and pigtails. Complete modular design and front operation for the ODF 24 Core.
- Model: SJ-ODF-24
- Dimension: 90X485X285mm
- Capacity: 24 Fibers
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ODF 24 Core unit is specially designed for the optical fiber communication equipment room. ODF 24 Core has the function of cable fixation, protecting fiber cable terminating, wiring, distribution, and protection of fiber cores and pigtails.
ODF 24 cores Construction Precautions
Optical fiber ODF 24 cores are suitable when you are performing wiring connections. It works for both optical cable and optical communication devices. With the help of the ADAPTER in the ODF, the optical jumper leads the signal out.
The transmission of the signal completes the wiring function. You can use an Optical fiber ODF 24 cores to perform various tasks. The most common task is protecting the connections of optical cables. You can also use it for protecting distribution fiber optic pigtails.
Other uses are in optical fiber terminal points. It works well, especially in fiber access networks. Note that capacities vary for different optical fiber ODFs. The 4U ODF in the blink high-density solution can support even up to 2800 optical cores.
You require an Optical Cable ODF 24 cores for termination purposes. It should also be there to help you with the management of optical cables. Equipment rooms and wiring closets often have many cables. Let’s now take a look at the installation process for optical cable ODFs:
Put the optical cable adjacent to the optical cable fixing plate. You should position it on the backside of the optical cable ODF 24 cores.
Carefully trim the end of your fiber cable to 1m in length. Take a length that’s appropriate for your system, maybe about 1500mm. Peel the outermost sheath and insert one end of the ground wire into the optical cable’s stripping point. Please, make sure you wrap it using a film. It helps in keeping it in contact with the steel tape of fiber optical cable armor.
Take the reinforcing core approximately 85mm or any appropriate size from the stripping point. You’ll have to cut off the remaining part. Make the reinforcing core fix on the steel wire seat. Using a hose clamp, make the core stable and tighten it.
When you need to replace the stripped optical cable bundle tube, coil it on the take-up area. Proceed to introduce the PVC protective hose. Fix it on the welding disc using a cable tie in the right place.
Measure an appropriate length of the optical fiber pigtail. The length should preferably be 2 meters. Put a sticker on the two ends. Proceed to fix one end of the fiber pigtail on the corresponding adapter, of the 6-port adapter. Take the other end to the inport part of the fiber splice tray. Fix the pigtail with a cable tie on the fusion disc.
Put the back box cover plus the splicing disc to the outer part of the box for splicing. For durability and performance, the splicing point has a heat-shrinkable tube. But that’s not all! It is also put in the splice tray tube holder. You need to cover the protective cover. After you complete it, you should move on to fix the back box cover. Straighten it up and do not forget the optical fiber.
Once you fix the optical fiber jumper in other positions, only the PVC needs further adjustment. You need to introduce it directly to the cable tie board at the back part of the box.
Metal plate unit box structure, beautiful appearance.
19″standard installation has good versatility.
Complete modular design and front operation. The unit box integrates fiber fusion, splicing, wiring, distribution, into one every single splice tray can be pulled out separately, satisfying the operation in or out of the box.