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NE40E V800R010C10SPC500 Installation Guide

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Installing Optical Fibers

Installing Optical Fibers

Installing Optical Fibers

  • The distance between the power cable, ground cable, and signal cable must be greater than 30 mm (1.18 in.). The bending radius of an optical fiber must be greater than 40 mm (1.57 in.).
  • Always keep an open optical module covered by a dust-proof cap.
  • Do not bind optical fibers too tightly or too loosely.
  • When laying out a cascading optical fiber, reserve a 1.6-meter optical fiber in the cabinet for cabling and wind the rest optical fibler to the cable rack.
  • Ensure that optical fibers do not block the air filters of SFUs or hinder air filter removal for cleaning purposes.
  1. Attach temporary labels to both ends of each optical fiber.
  2. Arrange optical fibers into a bundle and insert each bundle into a corrugated pipe.
  3. To prevent damage to fibers, wrap the edges of the corrugated pipe with PVC insulation tape, as shown in 1 in Figure 8-22.
  4. Route the corrugated pipe along the cable ladder. Then, lead the corrugated pipe about 100 mm (3.94 in.) into the cabinet through the cable outlet at the top. Secure the corrugated pipe to the cabinet using cable ties. See 2 in Figure 8-22.
    Figure 8-22 Installing optical fibers

  5. Install optical modules, as shown in 1 in Figure 8-23. Install dust caps on optical interfaces on which no optical modules are installed, as shown in 2 in Figure 8-23.
  6. Route optical fibers along the vertical cable trough, remove dust-proof caps from the optical modules and protective caps from optical fibers, and connect the optical fibers to the corresponding optical modules, as shown in 3 in Figure 8-23.
  7. Connect the other end of each optical fiber to an optical distribution frame (ODF).
  8. Bind optical fibers every 150 mm (5.91 in.) using binding taps and secure the bound optical fibers to the vertical cable trough using cable fasteners.
  9. 9. Remove the temporary labels and attach permanent labels 20 mm (0.79 in.) to both ends of each optical fiber, as shown in 4 in Figure 8-23.
    Figure 8-23 Installing optical fibers

Updated: 2019-01-03

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