Fiber patch cable is cables with fiber optic connectors on both ends. It has two main areas of application: computer workstations to sockets and fiber optic patch panels or optical cross-connect distribution centers.
Cable is motion-sensitive and easily damaged. Interfering with "live broadcast" cables may interfere with the signal. Therefore, specially designed connector insertion and removal tools can be a great help when working on dense fiber patch panels. There are several general-purpose fiber optic connector removal tools available on the market. They can be used on SC, LC, MTRJ, MU connectors.
SC and LC Connector Removal Tools Designed for use in maintenance center offices, high density fiber optic distribution frames for fiber to the home (FTTP) and outdoor (OSP) applications. Focus LC connector removal tool for easy insertion and removal of small form factor (SFF) fiber optic connectors. They can even interfere with adjacent connectors.
ODF patch panel are used as the center point in all network terminated networks. This is the magnificent central station of the network. Networks that use these panels (and almost all modern networks use this technology) are considered "star networks." This is because if you look at your network map, all the network nodes (nodes are network endpoints, including computers and printers, etc.) are connected to the hub "hub" and it looks like a huge starburst. Another term is "spoked wheel", where "wheel" is your hub and patch panel, and individual cables to your nodes (computers and printers) become spokes.
Network panels have different designs and styles. Cable plugs have a straight (90 °) or downwardly angled patch of 45 °, 110 style stamped backsheets and tool-less stamped plates with different numbers of ports on the panel. It is best to buy a ODF patch panel that meets both standards. Since the only difference between these two standards is the order of the color pairs, most manufacturers evaluate these two standard patch panels. They only need to fix two wiring diagrams on the wiring board.