Installation Of Greentel Fiber Optic Splice Closure


The fiber optic splice closure, made of special industrial grade high-strength plastic, is a device used to provide space for spliced fiber. In general, they are commonly used in outdoor environments, even underwater.

Fiber optic splice closure installation steps: fiber optic splice closure typically includes end plates, header organizers, fiber optic splice trays, covers, cable grommets, grommet holders, mounting brackets, and other accessories. hardware. First you need to reveal the tear line. This step involves marking the position with a tape marker, and the ring cuts the outer sheath to scrape the outer sheath to expose the tear line. Removing the outer sheath requires you to cut lengthwise on the outer sheath, peel the outer sheath and corrugated metal, and cut the drawstring flush with the ends of the corrugated metal.

Cut using a tear line under the inner sheath, cut the aramid yarn, cut the central strength member and clean the filling compound. Bonding and Grounding Hardware Installation This step involves sliding the cable clamp onto the jacket, sliding the bonded shoes under the corrugated metal, placing the bonding plate on the bonded shoe and securing the jacket. Fit cable to closed position The best location for both main cables is on the lower end plate port. If you need a third or fourth cable, it is easier to install it as a drop cable on the upper header port. This fiber optic splice box is designed for two cables in each of the two ports. If only one cable is installed for one port, replace the second cable with the supplied rubber grommets.

Then install the cable to the end plate. This procedure includes loosening the knob and removing the grommet holder, locating the guard assembly, attaching the sheath to the dielectric cable, sliding the cable and sheath, and securing the sheath to the stem. Push the washer into the end plate port and use more B sealant. Fiber Unit Preparation and Distribution The organizer installs the loose tubes of each cable into two groups, locating the distribution organizer and securing the loose tubes.