The Use of Greentelftth Fiber Closure


Greentelftth Fiber Closure should be easy to maintain and reuse. Due to the continuous development of urban construction, the number of cable television trunk lines is diverted, and some residential communities are under construction. The number of fiber-optic cores must have a certain amount of margin, so that it can be extended to new-building communities in the future. Therefore, the selection of fiber optic splice closures is necessary. The reconnection of the optical cable and the convenience of reconnection must be taken into consideration. Whether the fiber optic splice closure can be used again depends on the convenience of the opening and fixing of the fiber optic splice closure, the reusability of the rubber disk, the sealing strip and the fastener. For example, some seal strips are easily deformed or aged after use, and if used again It will make the sealing performance worse.

The use of Greentel fiber optic splice closures: There are many types of greentel fiber optic splice closures, and various fiber optic splice closures are used in different ways. Only proper use can ensure that fiber optic splice closures are safe and reliable, and can also make up for the shortcomings of fiber optic splice closures. The use of fiber optic splice closures can be roughly divided into three steps: the fixation of optical cables, the fixation of fiber optics, and the fixation of splice boxes. Each step of operation is relatively simple. Here only some places must be noted.

The steel wire in the cable is the main force point of the cable and the splice box and must be fastened. If the wire clamp or screw hole is large enough, as much as possible should be retained to increase the tension, and the wire head should be bent after tightening. , improve the tensile strength.

Because the fixing of the outer layer of the fiber optic splice closure is not very solid, the outer cable must be fixed before the steel cable is fixed. Otherwise, the optical cable will be pulled to drive the optical fiber inside the optical fiber to damage or break the optical fiber.