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The ODF Patch Panel Provides A New Way For Circuit

Date:13-10-2017

The ODF patch panel is mainly housed in a 19-inch relay rack, but can also be mounted on separate rails, cabinets and walls. For fiber-optic cabling installation, you should carefully plan the location of the fiber-attached hardware, including fiber-optic patch panels. You can choose between direct cross-connect and patch panels. If you choose to use the fiber panel, you will also need to arrange the fiber jumper wiring and dressings. At the same time, you can also choose to use fiber optic cable management bracket to avoid hanging fiber jumpers.

The ODF patch panel can be cross-connected using fiber jumpers, connected to fiber optic communications equipment, or tested for individual fibers in the fiber optic cable. A fiber optic patch panel is usually composed of two parts, a compartment containing a fiber optic adapter (bulkhead receptacle), and a compartment comprising an optical fiber splice tray and a redundant fiber optic cable. If you want more granular cable management, you can also use fiber jumpers to manage the pallet to store and manage excess fiber jumper cable lengths.

The ODF patch panel consists of a duplex SC adapter, a hybrid adapter, or a small (SFF) jack array. If the entire installation (including a fiber hub, repeater, or network adapter) uses the same type of fiber optic connector, the array can consist of a compatible adapter or jack. To switch between fiber connector types, you need a hybrid adapter or a conversion cable. The hybrid adapter is a passive coupler that connects two different connector types, and the conversion cable simply has a connector type at one end and the other end of the other end at the other end.

The ODF patch panel provides a convenient way to rearrange the cable connections and circuits. A simple wiring board is a metal frame that contains a bushing, where the fiber optic cable connector is inserted on both sides. The side of the panel is usually fixed, which means that the fiber optic cable is not intended to be disconnected. On the other side of the panel, you can connect and disconnect the fiber optic cable to arrange the circuit as needed.