Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems. 1st Edition

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems

1st Edition

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems 1. Introduction................................................................................................................. 1-0 2. Fiber Panels.............................................................................................................. 2-0 3. Fiber Wall Boxes..................................................................................................... 3-0 4. Fiber Optic Splice Closures.............................................................................4-0 5. Fiber Cable Products........................................................................................... 5-0 6. Fiberguide Fiber Management Products................................................. 6-0 7. WDM Chassis and Modules.............................................................................. 7-0 8. Powerworx Fuse Panel Products.................................................................. 8-0 9. Data Connectivity.................................................................................................. 9-0 10. Rack Hardware & Accessories.................................................................... 10-0 11. Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................11-0 12. Index...........................................................................................................................12-0

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Introduction FLEXIBLE DAS SOLUTIONS To meet the needs of your DAS network construction and expansion projects to support additional carriers, or to allow for 3G, 4G, LTE migration and beyond, you need a solid physical layer connectivity foundation for your indoor, or outdoor DAS networks. TE Connectivity offers a complete portfolio of these essential physical layer infrastructure components. The purpose of this ordering guide is to outline an array of products for interconnection, splicing, termination, and storage of both electrical and optical components within a typical indoor, or outdoor DAS network. The products highlighted in this guide are designed to be used in the following applications: • MSC to BTS fronthaul and backhaul • Host to remote fiber interconnect • In-building, and out building fiber cable • Fiber demarcation, termination and storage • DAS headends With the increasing popularity of wireless devices, mobile operators’ customers expect to have coverage anytime, anywhere. This necessity requires carriers to increase network capacity, which is typically done by adding new cell sites. Extending service to these hard-to-reach areas can provide challenges. TE's wireless connectivity solutions help increase both coverage and capacity in high-demand and hard-to-reach locations. TE is revolutionizing the way people communicate through our high performance and scalable solutions for wireless networking. From extending fiber reach, to increasing indoor and outdoor coverage and capacity, to providing high-speed wireless backhaul, wireless service providers consistently look to TE for reliable solutions that increase revenue, lower churn and improve customer satisfaction.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Introduction TYPICAL INDOOR DAS (IDAS) INSTALLATION

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Mini RDT 3

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FPX Rack Mounted Fiber Termination Panel

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LSX Rack Mounted Fiber Termination Panel

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Fiber Entrance Cabinet

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DAS Expansion Group

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Remote Amplifier Unit (RAU)

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Introduction TYPICAL OUTDOOR DAS (ODAS) INSTALLATION

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Introduction

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Fiber Entrance Cabinet

Flexible Fiber Box FFB Fiber Demarcation Cabinet

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5 1 RU Rapid Fiber Panel

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Fiber Cable Assembly

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178 mm (7")

432 mm (17")

LSX Fiber Panel

UPC LC

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WDM

1-4

279 mm (11")

LSX Splice Panel

Plugs into port 1 of Fiber 1 ProAx

Note: WDM comes preinstalled in the Remote.

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Remote WDM Kit

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UPC Bx.5

Plugs into the SPF in the SeRF “15” = REV “13” = FWD

Prism Host Unit

Remote OADM Splice Box and OADM Module

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FPX Rack Mounted Fiber Termination Panel

Prism Remote Unit

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Host WDM Module

Fiber Panels Fiber Termination Panels.......................................................................................... 2-1 FPX Series Rack Mount Fiber Panels................................................................2-3 LSX Optical Distribution Frame...........................................................................2-4 Splice Tray........................................................................................................................2-6 Cable Clamp Kit and Cable Ring Kit.................................................................2-6

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Panels Fiber Termination Panels with Rapid Fiber Rapid Fiber technology is an important innovation in the fiber optic panel market. Serving as a key distribution point between the DAS Host and the Remote Hubs, the Rapid Fiber panel offers service providers unmatched savings in installation time, labor costs and performance. The Rapid Fiber panel employs TE's unique RapidReel payout spool to deploy 12 Fiber Micro cable—which means the intrafacility cable (IFC) cable is always the right length. Available in 100' increments (up to 1000'), the multifiber cable terminates to a multifiber push-on connector (MPO), which enables a plug-and-play connection to the Remote Hub location. The MPO connector and multi-fiber cable ensure fast cable routing and easy handling by technicians; and offers maximum space savings for high density fiber applications. The Rapid Fiber panel's combination of microcable, RapidReel spool and MPO connector technology in a single panel not only relieves cable congestion but also simplifies the ordering and inventory of equipment. The panel also features TE's industry-leading cable management—providing bend radius protection, cable routing paths and physical protection for optimal network performance. The Rapid Fiber panel incorporates the latest panel, cable and connector technology—and can help drive down total cost of installation by as much as 25%.

KEY FEATURES: PANEL • RapidReel fiber cable spool ensures IFC cable is always the right length; available in 100' increments (up to 1000') • Spool assembly is equipped with a pulling eye for easy cable routing and installation • Mounting brackets allow 19" or 23" rack installation

1 RU Rapid Fiber Panel

• Rated for indoor environments—meets UL 1863 and NEBS Level 3 requirements for central office applications

CABLE • 12-fiber 3.6 mm indoor/outdoor riser rated cable terminated with a MPO connector; or • 12-fiber 3 mm plenum cable with fanout terminated to single fiber breakouts with SC, or LC connectors • GR 409 compliant, robust microcable design to fit a variety of applications and environments • Reduced bend radius fiber technology provides cable protection and eliminates concerns around proper handling, slack storage, and attenuation loss from macro bends • Multimode cable designed and tested to TIA 568

CONNECTORS • Low MPO and SC/LC connector insertion loss and return loss minimizes impact on link loss budget • Optical connectors designed and tested to GR 326 and GR 1435 • Multimode connectors designed and tested to TIA 568

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Panels TYPICAL APPLICATION OF RAPID FIBER PANEL AND FPX/LSX TO INDOOR DAS DEPLOYMENT

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Remote Amplifier Unit (RAU)

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Antenna

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ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Part Number

12-Position Panel; 1 RU (1.75“ H) 12-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - SC/APC to MPO 100'

RCP-1J1DUE03100

12-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - SC/APC to MPO 200'

RCP-1J1DUE06100

12-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - SC/APC to MPO 300'

RCP-1J1DUE09200

12-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - LC/UPC to MPO 100'

RCP-1K1DUE03100

12-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - LC/UPC to MPO 200'

RCP-1K1DUE06100

12-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - LC/UPC to MPO 300'

RCP-1K1DUE09200

24-Position Panel; 1 RU (1.75“ H)

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24-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - SC/APC to MPO 100'

RCP-1J2DUE03100

24-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - SC/APC to MPO 200'

RCP-1J2DUE06100

24-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - SC/APC to MPO 300'

RCP-1J2DUE09200

24-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - LC/UPC to MPO 100'

RCP-1K2DUE03100

24-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - LC/UPC to MPO 200'

RCP-1K2DUE06100

24-Position Rapid Fiber Panel - LC/UPC to MPO 300'

RCP-1K2DUE09200

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Panels FPX Series Rack Mount Fiber Panels The FPX series provides industry-leading fiber cable protection and management in a modular footprint. The panel utilizes an internal splicing system that creates a compact, featurerich, high-density solution. FPX achieves densities of 24-fiber terminations/splices in 1 RU (1.75") using SC connectors. These densities are attained while utilizing TE’s angled adapters to ease cable access, protect bend radius and provide individual fiber access. Field-installable vertical cable guides on either side of the panel allow for managed routing and protection of the fiber entering and exiting the panel. Panels are available with preterminated pigtails, adapters only, or with MPO adapters packs. The MPO adapter packs utilize an MPO interface, and makes it a great match with the rapid panel, or flexible fiber box.

FEATURES • MPO adapter packs which eliminates the need for on-site fiber terminations or splicing, thus reducing overall deployment time • Sold separately for maximum flexibility with minimum lead time, FPX adapter packs can also be pre-configured at the factory for more efficient service turn-up

• FPX panels combine the unique features of vertical cable guides and angle-left/angleright adapters, offering bend radius protection, intuitive routing and easy connector access • Adjustable mounting brackets provide either 19- or 23-inch rack or cabinet mounting (EIA or WECO) as well as 4- or 5-inch recess mounting

• Rear access makes field termination or splicing fast and efficient. 1 RU and 2 RU versions feature convenient sliding access to terminations and splicing.

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description Empty Chassis; 1 RU Sliding drawer accommodates 2 adapter (1 left/1 right); putty color

Part Number FPX-1TR000-000

MPO Adapter Pack Left cassette loaded with 12 singlemode SC/APC front simplex adapters and rear MPO adapter

FPX-12MPLS0J

Right cassette loaded with 12 singlemode SC/APC front simplex adapters and rear MPO adapter

FPX-12MPRS0J

Left cassette loaded with 12 singlemode LC/APC front simplex adapters and rear MPO adapter

FPX-24MPLS08

Right cassette loaded with 12 singlemode LC/APC front simplex adapters and rear MPO adapter

FPX-24MPRS08

Adapter Pack with Stranded Pigtails Left adapter pack loaded with 12 singlemode LC/UPC adapters and 3 meter singlemode stranded pigtails

FPX-24APL08SP3

Right adapter pack loaded with 12 singlemode LC/UPC adapters and 3 meter singlemode stranded pigtails

FPX-24APR08SP3

Left adapter pack loaded with 12 singlemode SC/APC simplex adapters and 3 meter singlemode stranded pigtails

FPX-12APL0JSP3

Right adapter pack loaded with 12 singlemode SC/APC simplex adapters and 3 meter singlemode stranded pigtails

FPX-12APR0JSP3

Adapter Packs Left adapter pack loaded with 12 singlemode SC/APC simplex adapters; 12 fiber ports per adapter pack

FPX-12APL0J

Right adapter pack loaded with 12 singlemode SC/APC simplex adapters; 12 fiber ports per adapter pack

FPX-12APR0J

Left adapter pack loaded with 12 singlemode LC/UPC adapters or 24 fiber ports per adapter pack

FPX-24APL08

Right adapter pack loaded with 12 singlemode LC/UPC adapters or 24 fiber ports per adapter pack

FPX-24APR08

Blank Panel

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FPX-N0AP00

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Panels LSX Optical Distribution Frame PRETERMINATED FIBER TERMINATION/SPLICE PANELS WITH PIGTAILS LSX preterminated fiber termination/splice panels are available with a splicing area integrated into the panel. The 12-, 24-, and 48-position panels are 12-inches deep. The 72-, 96-, and 144-position panels are 15-inches deep. These panels include a rear flip-down splicing compartment. The panels can be ordered with 12-fiber ribbon or 12-fiber stranded pigtails.

Termination/Splice Panels

72-Position Termination/Splice Panel

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Rack Units

Dimensions (H x W x D)

Cable Type

Splice Type

Part Number

Panels with SC/APC Connectors 12-Port

1 RU

1.75" x 19/23" x 12"

Stranded IFC

Heat Shrink Fusion LSX-1L1012-A-SPL

24-Port

1 RU

1.75" x 19/23" x 12"

Stranded IFC

Heat Shrink Fusion LSX-1L1022-A-SPL

48-Port

2 RU

3.5" x 19/23" x 12"

Stranded IFC

Heat Shrink Fusion LSX-3L1042-A-SPL

72-Port

4 RU

7" x 19/23" x 15"

Stranded IFC

Heat Shrink Fusion LSX-6L1062-A-SPL

96-Port

4 RU

7" x 19/23" x 15"

Stranded IFC

Heat Shrink Fusion LSX-7L1092-A-SPL

144-Port

9"

9" x 19/23" x 15"

Stranded IFC

Heat Shrink Fusion LSX-TL1122-A-SPL

Panels with SC/APC Connectors 12-Port

1 RU

1.75" x 19/23" x 12"

Ribbon IFC

Mass Fusion

LSX-1L5013-A-SPL

24-Port

1 RU

1.75" x 19/23" x 12"

Ribbon IFC

Mass Fusion

LSX-1L5023-A-SPL

48-Port

2 RU

3.5" x 19/23" x 12"

Ribbon IFC

Mass Fusion

LSX-3L5043-A-SPL

72-Port

4 RU

7" x 19/23" x 15"

Ribbon IFC

Mass Fusion

LSX-6L5063-A-SPL

96-Port

4 RU

7" x 19/23" x 15"

Ribbon IFC

Mass Fusion

LSX-7L5093-A-SPL

144-Port

9"

9" x 19/23" x 15"

Ribbon IFC

Mass Fusion

LSX-TL5123-A-SPL

Note: Termination and splice panels 72 terminations and greater are 15" deep

Adapter-Only Panels ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Rack Units

Dimensions (H x W x D)

Part Number

Panels with SC/APC Connectors 12-Port

1 RU

1.75" x 19/23" x 12"

LSX-1L0000

24-Port

1 RU

1.75" x 19/23" x 12"

LSX-1L0000

48-Port

2 RU

3.5" x 19/23" x 12"

LSX-2L0000

72-Port

4 RU

7" x 19/23" x 12"

LSX-6L0000

96-Port

4 RU

7" x 19/23" x 12"

LSX-7L0000

144-Port

5 RU

9" x 19/23" x 12"

LSX-TL0000

Adapter-only panels between 72 and 288 terminations will not accept splice trays due to the 12" chassis depth. For splicing in these termination counts, please refer to the LSX termination and splice panels. Additional configurations available; please contact the TE Technical Assistance Center for details 800.366.3891 x73475.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Panels LSX Splice Panels The LSX splice panel has the same mounting dimensions as LGX® compatible panels and consists of six drawers, designation labels and a cover. Maximum splice capacity is 144 when splicing individual stranded fibers or 432 fibers when using ribbon fiber and mass fusion splicing. The LSX splice panel requires F3DF splice trays. Each drawer holds twenty-four 900 micron pigtails or twelve 3.0 mm pigtails. Pigtails and cable enter and exit through access ports in the rear of the panel. Vertical cable guides must be ordered along with the LSX splice panel unless it is mounted into a frame that includes vertical cable guides. If needed, cable clamp kit must be ordered separately (see page 2-6).

178 mm (7")

432 mm (17")

Splice Panel Shown without Vertical Cable Guides

Ordered Separately(Front View)

ORDERING INFORMATION Description LSX splice panel; 4RU 7"h x 19"/23" x 12" rack mount

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279 mm (11")

Part Number LSX-SPLCA06

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Panels Splice Tray Each splice tray is purchased separately.

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number

Splice tray; 12 splices per tray Mass fusion ribbon

FST-F3DF-MT-D*

Heat shrink (single fiber fusion)

FST-F3DF-HS

Bare fusion

FST-F3DF-FT

Mechanical (mass fusion)

FST-F3DF-FT

Nortel QPAK

FST-F3DF-NT

*Use only one FST-F3DF-MT-D per splice drawer (24 splices per tray). Use trays with the LSX splice panel only. Note: Trays can not be used in preterminated LSX splice panels. Preterminated LSX splice panels already include splice trays.

Cable Clamp Kit and Cable Ring Kit The cable clamp kit provides a means of securing the end of an OSP or IFC cable to the side of an LSX panel. The cable ring protects and manages jumpers on the frame.

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number

Cable clamp kit includes 1 dual bracket and 1 cable clamp

LSX-CBLCLMPKIT

Cable ring kit includes 2 cable rings and appropriate hardware

LSX-ACCVCGKIT

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Splice Tray

Fiber Wall Boxes TE Wall Box Portfolio.................................................................................................. 3-1 Rapid FFB........................................................................................................................3-2 Pre-configured Rapid FFB..................................................................................... 3-4 Fixed FFB.........................................................................................................................3-5 FFB Plates........................................................................................................................3-7 Empty FFB......................................................................................................................3-8 FFB Accessories...........................................................................................................3-9 Mini Rapid Fiber Distribution Terminal (RDT)............................................3-10 Collector Enclosure................................................................................................... 3-13 Fiber Distribution Terminals (iFDT).................................................................. 3-16 Wall Splice Cabinet................................................................................................... 3-18 Fiber Demarcation Cabint..................................................................................... 3-19 WMG Fiber Wall Box................................................................................................ 3-21 Plug-and-Play Adapter Packs............................................................................ 3-23 Fiber Entrance Cabinet..........................................................................................3-24 Accessories Cable Clamping Kit Splice Tray.................................................................... 3-25 Splice Tray................................................................................................................ 3-25 Grounding Kit......................................................................................................... 3-25

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes TE Wall Box Portfolio TE wall boxes are designed for use in both in-building and outside plant environments. We offer an unrivaled breadth of low to high density solutions with superior cable management that are “Right sized” to meet space requirements for a variety of DAS deployments.

CABLE MANAGEMENT The management of the fiber cables has a direct impact on network reliability, performance and cost. TE’s wall box solutions incorporate the four elements of a successful cable management system: • Integrated bend radius protection • Clear, intuitive cable routing paths • Easy connector and cable access • Physical protection of fiber Mini RDT

PERFORMANCE TE’s wall box solutions are designed to perform in the most rigorous customer applications and in a variety of fiber environments. • Created for longevity and low life-cycle cost • Ensure fast and easy installation • Engineered for easy expansion and for cost effective upgrades • Withstands harsh inside and outside environmental conditions

INNOVATION Many TE wall box solutions incorporate the latest in cutting-edge technology, helping to deliver unmatched savings in installation time, and labor costs and performance in all fiber networks.

Flexible Fiber Box FFB

• Reduced bend radius fiber eliminates attenuation caused from macro bends; and allows for tighter slack storage spools and promotes the use of smaller enclosure • Low-loss MPO connectors promote the use of easier handing and routing of cables • Plug-and-play technology reduces splice labor requirements and speeds service turn ups

QUALITY TE strives to exceed customer expectations and is committed to delivering the highest quality products throughout the world. TE accomplishes this through continual improvement in customer satisfaction, supplier relationships and our business management system. ISO 9001 standards and statistical process controls help to keep TE's wall box equipment within strict specifications.

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Fiber Distribution Cabinet (FDC)

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Rapid FFB The Rapid FFB utilizes the RapidReel fiber cable spool to pay-out of internal fiber cable. The innovative spooling system eliminates the need for detailed site survey inspections. It simplifies cable ordering requirements, and speeds the installation of DAS networks.

FEATURES: • 12 or 24 fibers • Removable/interchangeable RapidReel fiber cable spool • Available with LC/UPC, SC/UPC, and SC/APC drop side connectors • Available with adapter terminations • Available with integrated splice tray • Singlemode operation • 3.6mm stranded indoor/outdoor riser rated microcable • Internal spool holds up to 250' of 12-fiber cable, or up to 100' of 24-fiber cable • Additional slack storage available in increments of 100’ upto 1000'

Rapid FFB to Fixed FFB with MPO Connectors

Available in two unique base configurations, Fixed and Rapid, the FFB promotes true flexibility with easily interchangeable components for termination, sliding adapter pack, fixed bulkhead, splice, MPO and hardened multifiber optical connector (HMFOC) configurations. The Rapid FFB system leverages TE’s RapidReel fiber cable spool to payout fiber directly from the enclosure. By enabling faster cable routing and installation, the fiber cable spool helps to minimize overall labor costs. In addition, the spooling system reduces the need for site survey inspections, and simplifies cable ordering and inventory requirements. Any excess cable stores easily back on to the spooling system, eliminating the need for additional slack storage equipment.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes TYPICAL APPLICATION OF A RAPID FFB

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FPX Panel

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DAS Host Unit

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DAS Expansion Group

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Remote Amplifier Unit (RAU)

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Preconfigured Rapid FFB Preconfigured Rapid FFB units are available to ship from the factory with preinstalled RapidReel fiber cable spools, sliding adapter packs, splice trays, and/or preterminated cable assemblies, and help to simplify the ordering process and reduce installation time and cost.

SPECIFICATIONS Color: Almond Material Type: Metallic Enclosure Enclosure Dimensions: 10.5 H x 12 W x 5 D" Maximum Feeder or Distribution Fibers: 24 (Dependent on Cable) Splitter Capacity: 4 MPO Capacity: 3 HMFOC Connectors Capacity: 2 Cable Type: 3.6mm indoor/outdoor rated singlemode microcable (12 fibers per cable) Operating Temperature: Installation (-18°C to +50°C), Operating (-40°C to +65°C) Enclosure Rating: NEMA-4, UL

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Fibers 12

Rapid FFB Sliding Adapter Pack Option 24

Connector Type

Part Number

LC-MPO

SKSSDUXXX

SC/APC-MPO

FFB-R012ESJSSDUXXX

LC-MPO

FFB-R024ESKSSDUXXX

SC/APC-MPO

FFB-R024ESJSSDUXXX Rapid FFB – LC or SC Connectors

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Fibers 12

Rapid FFB Splice Option 24

Connector Type

Part Number

MPO (far end)

FFB-R012ES22SDUXXX

Stub (far end)

FFB-R0120S22SDUXXX

MPO (far end)

FFB-R024ES22SDUXXX

Stub (far end)

FFB-R0240S22SDUXXX Rapid FFB - Splice Tray

XXX= 031 061 076 092 123 153 183 213 244 274 305

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100 FT Spooled (31 Meters). 200 FT Spooled (61 Meters). 24 Fiber requires ext. spool 250 FT Spooled (76 Meters). 24 Fiber requires ext. spool 300 FT Spooled (92 Meters). w/ext. spool 400 FT Spooled (122 Meters). w/ext. spool 500 FT Spooled (153 Meters). w/ext. spool 600 FT Spooled (183 Meters). w/ext. spool 700 FT Spooled (213 Meters). w/ext. spool 800 FT Spooled (244 Meters). w/ext. spool 900 FT Spooled (274 Meters). w/ext. spool 1000 FT Spooled (305 Meters) w/ext. spool

FFB with external fiber spool.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Fixed FFB The Fixed FFB utilizes interchangeable plates for the feeder (left) and drop (right) side of the enclosure, allowing service providers to mix-and-match the unit with different connector types. For co-location scenarios, a locking plate is available to protect the feeder or drop side of the box from unauthorized tampering.

FEATURES • 12- or 24-fiber option • Interchangeable plates for feeder and drop side connections • Available with LC, SC/UPC or SC/APC drop side connectors • Available with sliding adapter pack terminations • Available with fixed adapter type, and fixed adapter type in center terminations • Available with MPO or HMFOC feeder side connectors • Available with internal demarc door on feeder or drop side • Available in singlemode or multimode operation

TYPICAL APPLICATION OF A FIXED FFB

3

1 1

4 2

Fixed FFB

3 4

3

2

1 RU Rapid Fiber Panel

1

4 2 3 4

1

3

3-5

DAS Host Unit

Remote Amplifier Unit (RAU)

2

4

DAS Expansion Group

Antenna

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Preconfigured Fixed FFB Pre-configured Fixed FFB units are available to ship from the factory with pre-installed connectors, adapter packs, splice trays, cables and/or pre-terminated pigtail assemblies, and help to simplify the ordering process and reduce installation time and cost.

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Fibers 12

Feeder: MPO Drop: Sliding Adapter Type 24

Feeder: HMFOC Drop: Sliding Adapter Type

Feeder: Splice Drop: VAM (Order VAM modules separately)

Feeder: External HMFOC Input with Demarc Door (Sliding Adapter Type Shown)

Feeder: Splice Drop: Sliding Adapter Type

12

Connector Type

Part Number

LC

FFB-F012EMSKSSDDUx

SC

FFB-F012EMS7SSDDUx

LC

FFB-F024EMSKSSDDUx

SC

FFB-F024EMS7SSDDUx

LC

FFB-F012UMSKSSDDUx

SC

FFB-F012UMS7SSDDUx

LC

FFB-F024UMSKSSDDUx

SC

FFB-F024UMS7SSDDUx

12



FFB-F01222SOVS0000

24



FFB-F02422SOVS0000

LC

FFB-F01200HKSSDDUD

SC

FFB-F01200H7SSDDUD

24

12

24

12

24

12 Feeder/Drop: Fixed Adapter Type in Center 24

12 Feeder: MPO Drop: Fixed Adapter Type Plate 24

LC

FFB-F02400HKSSDDUD

SC

FFB-F02400H7SSDDUD

LC

FFB-F01222SKSSDDUx

SC

FFB-F01222S7SSDDUx

LC

FFB-F02422SKSSDDUx

SC

FFB-F02422S7SSDDUx

LC

FFB-F012KCSK0SA00x

SC

FFB-F0127CS70SA00x

LC

FFB-F024KCSK0SA00x

SC

FFB-F0247CS70SA00x

LC

FFB-F012EMSKFSDDUx

SC

FFB-F012EMS7FSDDUx

LC

FFB-F024EMSKFSDDUx

SC

FFB-F024EMS7FSDDUx

Replace x with "D" to include internal demarc door, or "0" to exclude door.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes FFB Plates FFB plates are available to ship from the factory with pre-installed connectors, adapter packs, splice trays, cables and/or pre-terminated pigtail assemblies, and help to simplify the ordering process and reduce installation time and cost.

ORDERING INFORMATION RAPID REEL PLATES Product Description

Fibers

Part Number FFB-RD0120MD2XXX

12 FFB-RD0120MD2XXX

RapidReel Splice Option

FFB-RD0240MD2XXX 24 FFB-RD0240MD2XXX

Product Description

Connector Type

Part Number

LC/UPC

FFB-RD012KMDSXXX

SC/APC

FFB-RD012JMDSXXX

LC/UPC

FFB-RD024KMDSXXX

SC/APC

FFB-RD024JMDSXXX

12 RapidReel Connector Option 24

XXX= 031 061 076 092 123 153

XXX= 183 213 244 274 305

100 FT Spooled (31 Meters). 200 FT Spooled (61 Meters). 24 Fiber requires ext. spool 250 FT Spooled (76 Meters). 24 Fiber requires ext. spool 300 FT Spooled (92 Meters). w/ext. spool 400 FT Spooled (122 Meters). w/ext. spool 500 FT Spooled (153 Meters). w/ext. spool

600 FT Spooled (183 Meters). w/ext. spool 700 FT Spooled (213 Meters). w/ext. spool 800 FT Spooled (244 Meters). w/ext. spool 900 FT Spooled (274 Meters). w/ext. spool 1000 FT Spooled (305 Meters). w/ext. spool

FIXED PLATES Product Description

Cable Type Singlemode

Fixed Adapter Type in Center Plate Multimode

Singlemode Sliding Adapter Type Plate Multimode

Singlemode Fixed Horizontal Adapter Type Plate Multimode

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Fibers

Connector Type

Part Number

24

LC

FFB-FD024K0AC000

12

SC/APC

FFB-FD012J0AC000

24

LC

FFB-FD024K0AC000

12

SC

FFB-FD012J0AC000

24

LC

FFB-FD024KMDS000

12

SC/APC

FFB-FD012JMDS000

24

LC

FFB-FD024CMFS000

12

SC

FFB-FD012TMFS000

24

LC

FFB-FD024KMDF000

12

SC/APC

FFB-FD012JMDF000

24

LC

FFB-FD024CMF000

12

SC

FFB-FD012TMF000

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes FFB Plates (Continued) ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Part Number

Product Description

Part Number

Internal Door for Fixed Adapter Bulkhead

FFB-FD000000K000

VAM Module Mounting Plate

FFB-FD000000V000

Internal Door-Standard

FFB-FD000000J000

HMFOC Bulkhead Mounting Plate

FFB-FD000000U000

MPO Bulkhead Mounting Plate

FFB-FD000000M000

Splice Tray (Heat Shrink) Plate

FFB-FD0000002000

Strain Relief Plate (For use with VAM plate)

FFB-FD000000W000

*Order VAM modules separately.

Empty FFB The FFB can be purchased empty without any connectors, cables or accessories. In this form, the user can mix-and-match any combination of FFB plates or accessories as needed to meet their network requirements.

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Part Number

Empty box for Fixed FFB configurations. No fiber. Includes grommets.

FFB-F0000S00S00000

Empty box for Rapid FFB configurations. No fiber. Includes grommets.

FFB-R0000S00S00000

Single Width Plates (i.e. Splice, Sliding Adapter Type, MPO)

(Empty box for Fixed FFB shown)

Double Width Plates (i.e. Fixed Type, Fixed Adapter in Center, Rapid Reel Plates)

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Accessories – 1 1/2" Grommet Kit ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description Replacement kit for bottom drop/feeder plate and grommet assembly. Kit Includes: 2 foam grommets 2 o-rings 2 spacers (large almond colored washers) 2 locking nuts 2 cable entry ports/fittings 1 port plate 1 port plate gasket 8 stainless steel screws (4-40)

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Part Number

FFB-BTM-PLT-KIT

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Mini Rapid Fiber Distribution Terminal (RDT) TE Connectivity's (TE) fiber connectivity solutions are designed from the ground up to meet the unique requirements of DAS networks. The Mini Rapid Fiber Distribution Terminal (RDT) is a compact, high-density, fiber box solution, designed to speed installation requirement between the DAS host and remote hubs. Utilizing the patent-pending RapidReel cable payout spool, the Mini RDT deploys up to 100’ of plenum and 50’ of indoor/outdoor 12-fiber cable. Longer cable lengths upto 650' are available on an external spool. The multifiber cable terminates to either a multifiber push-on connector (MPO), or a 4, 8, or 12 fiber single breakouts with SC/APC connectors or LC/UPC connectors. The Mini RDT is a cost-efficient system for deploying and managing fiber fed DAS networks within small to mid-sized indoor environments.

FEATURES • Compact design: 7.8" x 5.5" x 2.3" • RapidReel cable payout spool deploys up to 100' (30 m) of stubbed cable • External spool included for plenum cable lengths over 100' (30 m) and indoor/outdoor cable over 50' (15 m) • Cable can be factory terminated with a low-loss MPO connector, or individual fiber connectors • Equipped with 4, 8 or 12 adapter ports • Plastic construction – no grounding required • Removable cover and adapter housing • Screw mounts to a wall or flat surface • Security screw holds cover in place • Flexible cable routing: Distribution cable can exit from bottom or side of unit

BENEFITS • High-density, flexible solution for deploying and managing fiber optic connections • Plug-and-play system eliminates costly splicing requirements • Innovative RapidReel cable payout spool ensures fast cable deployment and provides storage for excess cable • Low profile design allows unit to be installed in niche spaces— walls, corridors, behind ducts or other existing equipment • Reduced bend radius fiber and intuitively designed cable paths eliminate attenuation and signal loss • Shatter-resistant plastic enclosure minimizes corrosion, dust and moisture entry • Hinge mechanism locks cover in open position for unhindered technician access

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes ORDERING INFORMATION Part Number RDT - S M __ __ __ 0 0 _ _ __ __ __ __ Enclosure Type M

12 Fiber plastic

Cable Count 04

4

08

8

12

12

Connector Type J

SC/APC

K

LC/UPC

L

LC/APC

N

SC/UPC

Cable Type

Stubbed End Configuration A

MPO connector

O

No connector

Fanout N

SC/UPC

J

SC/APC

K

LC/UPC

L

LC/APC

Enclosure End Configuration 9

900 µm - standard

Cable Length (Plenum)1 030

30 meters (100') 61 meters (200')

D

Indoor/outdoor 3.6mm black

061

P

3 mm loose tube ivory plenum (zipcord for 24 fibers)

092

92 meters (300')

122

122 meters (400')

152

152 meters (500')

183

183 meters (600')

Cable Length (Indoor/Outdoor)1 015

External spool included for plenum cable lengths over 100' (30 m) and indoor/ outdoor cable over 50' (15 m)

1

15 meters (50')

030

30 meters (100')

045

45 meters (150')

061

61 meters (200')

076

76 meters (250')

092

92 meters (300')

107

107 meters (350')

122

122 meters (400')

137

137 meters (450')

152

152 meters (500')

168

168 meters (550')

183

183 meters (600')

198

198 meters (650')

Single fiber breakout option

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes TYPICAL APPLICATION OF A MINI RDT IN AN INDOOR DAS INSTALLATION

4

1

3

2

4

1

Fiber Wall Box

1

2

3

4

2

1

FPX

3

2

4 1

2

1

Main Hub

2

Expansion Hub

3

2

1 5 5

3

4

3-12

Remote Access Unit (RAU)

Antenna

5

BTS

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Collector Enclosure TE's Rapid Collector Enclosure serves as zoned, intermediate distribution points for designs using MPO cable stubs instead of splices. Each enclosure is wall mounted within a building and accommodates up to six MPO pairs and ships with 72-fiber riser ribbon stubs.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS

Rapid Collector Enclosure (open)

• Accommodates up to 6 MPO mated pairs • Ships with 72-fiber riser ribbon stubs • Slotted foam grommet provides easy drop installs while maintaining seal

SPECIFICATIONS Fibers: 72 Cable Ports: 1 top and bottom Jumper Ports: 1 top and bottom Rating: NEMA-12 Height: 6.0" Width: 9.0" Depth: 2.5"

Part Number MCA-S __ B __ 1 M __ __ Fiber Count 72 72 fiber Cable Type B

Riser ribbon

Enclosure Type A

6 MPO indoor enclosure

Stubbed End Configuration 0

Stub (no connector)

Length A

50'

B

100'

D

300'

3-13

Enclosure End Configuration M

12F MPO's with enclosure

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes TYPICAL ODAS APPLICATION OF RAPID COLLECTOR ENCLOSURE

1

Rapid Collector Enclosure 3

2 PORT 1

PORT 2

PORT 3

PORT 4

PORT 5

PORT 6

PORT 7

PORT 8

MODEM

STATUS POWER

ADMIN/LAN

POWER

3 3

2

2

PORT 1

PORT 2

PORT 3

PORT 4

PORT 5

PORT 6

PORT 7

PORT 8

MODEM

STATUS POWER

ADMIN/LAN

POWER

FPX (1RU)

3 3

2 PORT 1

PORT 2

PORT 3

PORT 4

PORT 5

PORT 6

PORT 7

PORT 8

MODEM

STATUS POWER

ADMIN/LAN

POWER

3 3

1 RU Rapid Fiber Panel PORT 1

PORT 2

PORT 3

PORT 4

PORT 5

PORT 6

PORT 7

PORT 8

MODEM

STATUS POWER

3

2

ADMIN/LAN

POWER

3 3 PORT 1

1

3

PORT 2

PORT 3

PORT 4

PORT 5

PORT 6

PORT 7

PORT 8

MODEM

STATUS POWER

ADMIN/LAN

POWER

3

4

5 PORT 1

PORT 2

PORT 3

PORT 4

POWER STATUS

MODEM

ADMIN/LAN

1

PORT 1

2

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Main Hub

Expansion Hub

3

4

PORT 3

PORT 4

POWER STATUS

MODEM

2

Remote Cell Site

1

PORT 2

ADMIN/LAN

2

3

Remote Access Unit (RAU)

Antenna

5

BTS or Repeater

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes TYPICAL LOCATIONS OF SPLICED INDOOR FIBER WALL BOXES

1 Fiber Entrance Cabinet

2 Wall Splice Cabinet

3 Fiber Distribution Terminals (iFDT)

4

4

Fiber Demarcation Cabinet

3 1 2

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Fiber Distribution Terminals (iFDT) For splicing large fiber count indoor applications, TE's iFDT can be installed to support either individual fusion splicing or mass fusion splicing. The units provide sealed cable ports for cables and interconnection cables and gaskets to protect against dust and water spray. The units can also be configured with a standard cable grip kit to provide strain relief for incoming fiber cables. The splice compartment provides ample space for storing loose-tube, ribbon or individual fiber slack.

FEATURES • 12-Packs provide for high-density terminations and conserve wall space. • Integrated splice tray offers flexible splice management for individual or mass splicing. • Sealed enclosure protect fibers from dust, water spray, insects and other contaminants. • Dual-hinged design ensures separation of owner/client network segments. • Designed to NEMA-12 • Front and rear layer maximizes wall space utilization for both splicing and interconnect. • Robust steel construction protects fibers against damage and ensures network reliability. • Slotted cable entrance ports allow for rapid cable installation and pass-through capability. • Cable management and routing limits bend radius and adds strain relief. • 216-Tool (can wrench), key lock or padlock offers flexible security options.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Fiber Distribution Terminals (iFDT)

Part Number FDT- __ __ __ __ __ N X __ __ __ __ 0

Enclosure Type/Capacity 12 Fiber

Stub Length

A

iFDT-12

000

0 Feet

B

iFDT-24

24 Fiber

025

25 Feet

C

iFDT-48

48 Fiber

100

100 Feet

D

iFDT-72

72 Fiber

200

200 Feet

E

iFDT-96

96 Fiber

300

300 Feet

500

500 Feet

Connector/Adapter Style Singlemode J

SC/APC

N

SC/UPC

K

LC/UPC

Multimode

Cable Type Pigtails A B

Bare ribbon pigtail assy 12 Fiber Soft-Walled Bundle*

9

MMSC

Stubs

6

MMLC

S

Ribbon OSP w/Conn

Splice Tray 0

No Tray

2

Heat Shrink Fusion

3

Mechanical/Ribbon

R

Ribbon IFC w/Conn

T

Loose Tube OSP w/Conn

V

Loose Tube IFC w/Conn

*900 micron fiber bundled in a soft jacket.

Fiber Count 06

6 Fiber

12

12 Fiber

24

24 Fiber

48

48 Fiber

72

72 Fiber

96

96 Fiber

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Wall Splice Cabinet WALL SPLICE CABINET TE's Wall Splice Cabinets (WSC) provide a versatile splicing solution when deploying indoor or outdoor DAS fiber distribution networks. The cabinets are available in indoor and indoor/outdoor configurations making them suitable for splicing requirements anywhere in the DAS network. The WSC also offers slack storage and is easily accessible with its wall-mount design.

WSC-24 open

WSC-24 FEATURES • Rated for indoor use • Accommodates up to (2) 12-fiber splice trays • Built-in slack storage around splice trays • Flexible cable entry location with its 4 cable entry port design • Top and bottom cable entry ports allow for pass through splicing capability • Standard 216 tool access WSC-24 closed

• Padlock and/or key lock security option

WSC-48 FEATURES • Rated for indoor and outdoor use • Accommodates up to (4) 12-fiber splice trays • Built-in slack storage around splice trays • Standard 216 tool access • Padlock security • One part number can accommodate indoor or outdoor demand

WSC-48

Part Number WSC-S __ 0 __ __ __ 1 __

Enclosure Type

Key Locks

B

Indoor WSC-24 (24-fiber)

0

None (Padlock Ready)

H

Indoor/Outdoor WSC-48 (48-fiber)

E

Front Lock 1

Splice Tray (provider side)

Fiber Count

2

Heat Shrink Fusion

12

3

Mechanical/Ribbon

24

24 Fibers. 2 Splice Trays

0

No Splice Tray

36

36 Fibers. 3 Splice Trays

48

48 Fibers. 4 Splice Trays

3-18

12 Fibers. 1 Splice Tray

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Fiber Demarcation Cabinet NEMA FIBER DEMARCATION CABINET WITH PIGTAILS Designed for operational efficiency and scalability, NEMA fiber demarcation cabinets simplify network installation, maintenance and management for indoor and outside plant DAS environments. TE's family of NEMA fiber demarcation products provides termination and splicing for fiber cables in environments requiring secure, low profile enclosures. Built with traditional TE quality and durability, the products promise long service life in harsh, outside plant environments and help ensure network reliability and flexibility.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS: • Designed to meet NEMA 250 - Type 4 (rain tight, water tight) • Wall mountable on outside of building or in harsh indoor environments • Lockable, removable front door • Compact design using familiar industry interfaces (LGX® compatible six packs) with SC, or LC connectors • Quick installation and cable routing; reduces cost of installation and network maintenance time • Multiple locking options allows control access to critical parts of the wall box • Accommodates top or bottom cable entry • Ideal for ribbon splicing; supports stranded splicing • Accommodates LGX compatible value-added modules

* LGX is a registered trademark of Furukawa Electric North America, Inc.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes NEMA Fiber Demarcation Cabinet (FDC) with Pigtails

Part Number FDC- __ __ __ __ S X __ 0 __ 0 __ __ __ 0

Number of Doors L

Number of 6 packs loaded

1 door (NEMA 4) Strength Member Tie-offs

Connector/Adapter Style 1

12 fibers

2

24 fibers

4

48 fibers

0

No strength member tie-offs included

1

1 strength member tie-off included

Compression Fittings Connector/Adapter Style Singlemode J

SC/APC

N

SC/UPC

K

LC/UPC

Multimode 9

MMSC

6

MMLC

0

No compression fitting

1

1 compression fitting

2

2 compression fittings

Splice Tray/Chip Style 0

None or N/A

2

Heat shrink fusion

3

Mechanical/ribbon

Pigtail or Adapter Type A

Adapters only

R

12 fiber ribbon

4

12-fiber maxi-strip soft-wall bundle (stranded)

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes WMG Fiber Wall Box The WMG fiber wall box series wall mount fiber enclosures are ideal for DAS applications requiring a fully enclosed and lockable wall mount enclosure. The cabinets are one or two door direct termination and splice solutions. These enclosures are designed to support up to eight modular adapter packs. The rugged wall mount cabinet is equipped with cable management modules and cable routing accessories to limit bend radius and add strain relief control. In addition, the lockable dual door design allows public and private portions of the network to be securely separated from each other. For splicing applications, the cable management modules are removed and replaced with splice modules and up to four eight-inch, 12-fiber splice trays.

FEATURES • Utilizes standard RMG series adapter packs. • Compact design • Wrap-around client-side door design provides maximum adapter accessibility for client-side patching • Multi-sized cable entry knockouts supports either 1/2-inch or 3/4-inch cable grommets for maximum cable strain relief and protection

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes SPECIFICATIONS Storage/operating temperature: Approximate weight (empty panel) 2 adapter model: 4 adapter model: 8 adapter model: Dimensions 2 adapter model: 4 adapter model: 8 adapter model: Configuration options and capacity Termination only 2 adapter model: 4 adapter model: 8 adapter model: Termination/splice 2 adapter model: 4 adapter model: 8 adapter model:

-40 to 85 °C (-40 to 185 °F) 2.5 Kg (5.5 lbs) 3.7 Kg (8.25 lbs) 6.2 Kg (13.75 lbs) 22.9 cm x 30.5 cm x 8.9 cm (9" x 12" x 3.5") 30.5 cm x 38.1 cm x 8.9 cm (12" x 15" x 3.5") 35.5 cm x 43.8 cm x 17.8 cm (14" x 17.25" x 7")

24 terminations 48 terminations 96 terminations not available 48 terminations 96 terminations

WMG Empty Wall box The WMG empty wall box allows the user to mix and match any combination of modular adapter packs or to utilize a “grow as you go” approach to their network.

FEATURES: • Available in three sizes to suit a variety of applications and fiber counts • Standard LSX/LGX adapter pack footprints are accommodated in empty wall box

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Dimensions

Part Number

Wall mount fiber enclosure, black Empty wall box, maximum capacity 2 adapter packs

22.86 cm x 30.48 cm x 8.89 cm (9" x 12" x 3.5")

WMG-2000-00B

Empty wall box, maximum capacity 4 adapter packs

30.48 cm x 38.1 cm x 8.89 cm (12" x 15" x 3.5")

WMG-4000-00B

Empty wall box, maximum capacity 8 adapter packs

35.56 cm x 43.82 cm x 17.78 cm (14" x 17.25" x 7")

WMG-8000-00B

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Plug-and-Play Adapter Packs The plug-and-play modular adapter pack assemblies can be used in any of the WMG Series fiber enclosures in a variety of connector styles. Its modular design is user-friendly and easy to install. FEATURES: • Completely interchangeable between WMG panel products • Can be ordered with all standard types of simplex and duplex multimode and singlemode adapters • MPO adapters make it a perfect compliment to both Rapid Fiber panels and Flexible Fiber Boxes Polarity / Wiring Scheme MPO – Fiber Position

LC Connector

Fiber Color

MPO-1

LC-1 & LC-14

Blue

MPO-2

LC-2 & LC-13

Orange

MPO-3

LC-3 & LC-16

Green

MPO-4

LC-4 & LC-15

Brown

MPO-5

LC-5 & LC-18

Slate

MPO-6

LC-6 & LC-17

White

MPO-7

LC-7 & LC-20

Red

MPO-8

LC-8 & LC-19

Black

MPO-9

LC-9 & LC-22

Yellow

MPO-10

LC-10 & LC-21

Violet

MPO-11

LC-11 & LC-24

Rose

MPO-12

LC-12 & LC-23

Aqua

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Part Number

Termination only rack or cabinet mount panel, black

1 RU empty panel, black; accommodates 3 MPO cassettes

RMG-1000-000B



2 RU empty panel, black; accommodates 6 MPO cassettes

RMG-2000-000B



4 RU empty panel, black; accommodates 12 MPO cassettes

RMG-4000-000B

Plug-and-Play Cassettes

62.5/125 µm multimode cassettes



12 fiber cassettes; 6 SC duplex (beige) multimode adapters, 1 MPO adapter

RMG-12MPOBC3



12 fiber cassettes; 1 quad LC (beige) multimode adapters, 1 MPO adapter

RMG-12MPOBQ3



24 fiber cassettes; 2 quad LC (beige) multimode adapters, 2 MPO adapter

RMG-24MPOBQ3



50/125 µm multimode cassettes



12 fiber cassettes; 6 SC duplex (beige) multimode adapters, 1 MPO adapter

RMG-12MPOCC3



12 fiber cassettes; 3 quad LC (beige) multimode adapters, 1 MPO adapter

RMG-12MPOCQ3



24 fiber cassettes; 6 quad LC (beige) multimode adapters, 2 MPO adapter

RMG-24MPOCQ3



50/125 µm multimode laser optimized to 300 meter cassettes



12 fiber cassettes; 6 SC duplex (aqua) multimode adapters, 1 MPO adapter

RMG-12MPODC4



12 fiber cassettes; 3 quad LC (aqua) multimode adapters, 1 MPO adapter

RMG-12MPODQ4 RMG-24MPODQ4



24 fiber cassettes; 6 quad LC (aqua) multimode adapters, 2 MPO adapter



Singlemode cassettes



12 fiber cassettes; 6 SC duplex (blue) singlemode adapters, 1 MPO adapter

RMG-12MPOSC8



12 fiber cassettes; 3 quad LC (blue) singlemode adapters, 1 MPO adapter

RMG-12MPOSQ8



24 fiber cassettes; 6 quad LC (blue) singlemode adapters, 2 MPO adapter

RMG-24MPOSQ8

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Fiber Entrance Cabinet The fiber entrance cabinet (FEC) provides splicing, administration and storage for outside plant (OSP) and intrafacility cables (IFC). The cabinets are designed for deployment in a building equipment area. The FEC offers a cost-effective, spacesaving alternative to splicing on the fiber frame.

356 mm (14") 406 mm (16") 813 mm (32")

356 mm (14") 406 mm (16") 813 mm (32")

711 mm (28")

495 mm (19.5")

330 mm (13")

330 mm (13")

144-Position

288-Position

• Equipped with 6 drawers • 144 stranded fiber capacity • 432 ribbon fiber capacity

• Equipped with 12 drawers • 288 stranded fiber capacity • 864 ribbon fiber capacity

ORDERING INFORMATION Cabinet Size Stranded Fibers

Ribbon Fibers

Number of Drawers included with Cabinet

144

432

288

864

3-24

Dimensions

Part Number

Weight

(HxWxD)

6

40 lbs (318.18 kg)

495 mm x 813 mm x 330 mm (19.5" x 32" x 13")

FEC-144

12

80 lbs (36.3 kg)

711 mm x 813 mm x 330 mm (28" x 32" x 13")

FEC-288

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Wall Boxes Cable Clamping Kit ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number

IFC/OSP cable clamp kit for wall mount configurations. Secure three cables to a single cable entry point on the cabinet. Clamp kits can be separated and used as single clamps.

Cables with a maximum diameter of mm (0.4") to 30 mm (1.2") Cables with a maximum diameter of 5 mm (0.2") to 18 mm (0.7")

OSP-CLPFEC-LG OSP-CLPFEC

Individual IFC/OSP cable clamp for wall mount configurations. Secure one cable to a single cable entry point on the cabinet. Cables with a maximum diameter of 5 mm (0.2") to 18 mm (0.7")

IFC/OSP Cable Clamp Kit

OSP-CLPSST

(OSP-CLPFEC-LG Shown)

Individual IFC/OSP cable clamp for rack or wall mount configurations. Secure one cable to a single cable entry point on the cabinet. Cables with a maximum diameter of 10 mm (0.4") to 30 mm (1.2")

FEC-ACCCLMP01

Individual soft IFC only cable clamp for wall mount configurations. Secure one cable to a single cable entry point on the cabinet. Cables with a maximum diameter of 20 mm (0.8") to 28 mm (1.1")

OSP-CLPSST-IFCL

Individual IFC/OSP Cable Clamp

Cables with a maximum diameter of 5 mm (0.2") to 18 mm (0.7")

OSP-CLPSST-IFCS

(OSP-CLPSST Shown)

Splice Tray Standard-style FEC cabinets will accept two single trays or one dual tray per drawer. 24 stranded fibers maximum per drawer, 72 ribbon fibers maximum per drawer.

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Standard Splice Trays

Part Number Single Tray (12-position) 9 mm x 299 mm x 127 mm (0.3" x 11.75" x 5")

Dual Tray (24-position) 14 mm x 299 mm x 127 mm (0.5" x 11.75" x 5")

Splice Sleeve Protector

N/A

FST-D-MT

FST-ACC006

FST-HS

FST-D-HS

FST-ACC001

Mass fusion ribbon Heat shrink (single fiber fusion) Bare fiber

FST-FT

FST-D-FT

FST-ACC001

Mechanical

FST-FT

FST-D-MT

FST-ACC006

Grounding Kit

Set Screws

Cable Assembly Lug 10-24 Screw

Kit used to ground armored fiber cable.

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number

Grounding Kit (GAK-FEC001 Shown)

Grounding kit for Armored OSP cable Includes: One cable assembly lug type ground kit, One #6 ground cable 229 mm (9") long

GAK-FEC001

Any armored loose tube or buffer tubed fiber OSP cable Includes: One bullet ground connector, One #6 ground cable 127 mm (5") long

GND-STPKIT

 rame mount configuration F Any armored loose tube or buffer tubed OSP cable Includes: One bullet ground connector, One #6 ground cable 305 mm (12") long

FEC-ACCGND0

2 Securing Nuts Top

Base Bullet Ground Connector

#6 Ground Cable

Grounding Kit (GND-STPKIT Shown)

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FIBER OPTIC SPLICE CLOSURES Fiber Optic Splice Closures - FOSC 450.........................................................4-1 Cable Termination Accessories........................................................................... 4-4 Closure Sealing Accessories................................................................................. 4-4 SMOUV splice protection sleeves...................................................................... 4-5 Fiber Management and Routing Accessories............................................. 4-5 Slack Basket Accessories....................................................................................... 4-5 Grounding Accessories............................................................................................ 4-5 Gator Splice Closure.................................................................................................. 4-8

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Optic Splice Closures FOSC 450 GEL-SEALED FIBER OPTIC SPLICE CLOSURES FOSC 450 fiber optic splice closures are a family of single-ended closures designed for use most anywhere there are fiber splicing and storage needs. These closures are available in five sizes, each featuring:

FEATURES • Re-usable compressed gel cable sealing components that accommodate a wide range of cable sizes • Capability to accommodate a variety of cable styles including loose tube or central core tube cables with single or ribbon fibers • H  inging splicing trays that provide controlled access to splices and slack storage • S  plice and storage compartments accessible via a removable dome-clamp system • T  hermoplastic outer materials that withstand temperature and contaminate extremes • S  lack storage baskets of various sizes that provide different slack storage scenarios • Many shared components between closure sizes • A range of accessories for a variety of outside plant needs

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Optic Splice Closures Typical Closure Kit Contents KIT INCLUDES: • Dome • Clamp • O-ring • Base • Gel sealing block with compression trigger • Plugs for unused cable ports • Tray tower to hold hinging FOSC splice trays

• FOSC splice trays (quantity according to the ordering description) • Cable retention hardware (quantity according to the ordering description) • Miscellaneous hardware, including fiber routing (transportation) tubing, cable retention clamps, strength member retainers, etc. • Installation Instructions

DOME The dome is made from a polymer, with ribbing added for extra strength. Five different sizes are available (A, BS, B6, C6, D6), matching the five closure sizes in the family.

BASE The base houses the gel block cable sealing system and is the foundation for the tray tower and cable attachment/retention hardware.

GEL BLOCK WITH TRIGGER The gel block provides the sealing mechanism for cables entering the closure. Available with six cables entry ports (450 B, BS, C or D) or four (450 A size only). (Not Sold Separately)

DOME TO BASE SEAL Domes are attached to the base by means of a clamp. Dome-to-base sealing is accomplished via a compressed O-ring.

CABLE RETENTION HARDWARE Cable strain relief and strength member termination hardware.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Optic Splice Closures Closure Dimensions L

DRAWING KEY

2 D

1. Dome 2. Clamp 3. Base 4. Trigger

1

4

3 GEL-BLOCK PROFILES

CLOSURE SIZE (DIMENSIONS IN INCHES) L D

A

BS

B6

C6

D6

Total closure length, excluding trigger

19

19

24

23

30

Closure outer diameter, including clamp

8

9.2

9.8

11.5

11.5

NOTE: Diameters excluding clamp are approximately 2 inches less. Cable port dimensions (Dimensions in inches) Number round cable ports Cable diameter range 450 A

450 BS, B6, C6, D6

4

6

6

6

6

.30-.87 (2x) .39-1.10 (2X)

.35-1

.35-1

.35-1

.35-1

FOSC 450 Closure Family Assembly Drawings Note: The drawings are not to scale

450 A

450 BS (B SHORT)

Shown with 2 standard splice trays and tall version slack basket

Shown with 6 standard splice trays and standard version slack basket

450 B6

450 C/D

Shown with 6 standard splice trays and standard version slack basket

D size shown with 6 standard splice trays and standard version slack basket Note: FOSC 450 C closure is not shown, but will replicate the D size with the exception of shorter trays, basket, and dome.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Optic Splice Closures Ordering FOSC 450 Fiber Optic Splice Closures Follow the steps to choose the desired closure. Then simply match the step to the description key. See Quick Reference Guide in the back of this catalog for additional details

FEATURES • Closure Size: A4, BS (B Short), B6, C6, or D6 • Termination Hardware Quantity for the Kit: 2, 4, or 6 • Capacity and Type of Splice Tray • Quantity of Splice Trays Factory Installed (Choose either “0” trays (no trays installed) or “1” tray installed. Additional trays sold separately.) • Slack Basket Type • Feed-through Ground Quantity • Flash Test Valve is Desired (Valved version is standard.)

Part Number FOSC 450 - XX - X - XX - X - XXX Closure Size (inches)

A4

4 cable entry ports; 8 dia. x 19 long

BS

6 cable entry ports; 9 dia. x 19.5 long

B6

6 cable entry ports; 10 dia. x 24 long

C6

6 cable entry ports; 11.5 dia. x 23 long

D6

6 cable entry ports; 11.5 dia. x 30 long

Termination Hardware Quantity for the kit

2

2 cable attachments included

4

4 cable attachments included

6

6 cable attachments included

Valve for Flash Testing V

Valve (standard)

N

No Valve

Number of Ground Feed-through Lugs 0

No grounding

1

1 ground feed-through lug (A4 only, N/A for BS)

3

3 ground feed-through lugs (B6, C6, and D6 closures only, N/A for BS)

6

6 ground feed-through lugs (C6 and D6 closure only, N/A for BS)

Capacity and Type of Splice Tray NT

No tray installed in factory

12

A, B, or C tray with two SM6 splice modules

24*

A, B, or C tray with two SM12 splice modules

36

D tray with six SM6 splice modules

Note: FEG and MEG kits provide optional ground isolation for FOSC 450 closures. Slack Basket Type N

No Basket

72*

D tray with six SM12 splice modules

A

A4 Standard Size

R1

A, B size ribbon tray (accommodates 12 ribbons/144 fibers)

B

B6, BS Standard Size

C

C6 Standard Size

R2

D size ribbon tray(24 ribbons/288 fibers)

D

D6 Standard Size

R3

C size ribbon tray(18 ribbons/216 fibers)

SF

Stackable single fusion trays (12 splices)

E

Special Bulkhead Basket arrangement for B, BS closures only

T

Tall Size

S

Stackable Trays in D Closure

*Note: SMOUV (1120-01-US) splice protection sleeves are highly recommended for use with SM12 splice modules. Quantity of Splice Trays Factory Installed 0 or 1 is standard (Choose either “0” trays (no trays installed) or “1” tray installed. Additional trays sold separately.)

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Note: D-size closures with “N” option include backbone used to route ribbons to ribbon trays. A and B-size closures include storage “sock.”

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B version shown

Closure Size

Part Number

Description

450 BS, B, C, D Cable Retention Plate

450 A Cable Retention Plate

Cable Termination Accessories Cables

Grounding Hardware

Kits Contents

Kits/ Pkg

A Only

D20592-000

FOSC-ACC-450-A-CBLTERM

1 Port

No

Cable retention hardware; strength member retention hardware

5

A Only

C67369-000

FOSC-ACC-450-A-CBLTERM-G

1 Port

Yes

Cable retention hardware; strength member retention hardware

5 1

BS Only

D25359-000

FOSC450-CABLE-TERM-4-BS

4 Ports

No

4 sets each: cable retention hardware (with hose clamps), strength member retention hardware

B, C, D

F67166-000

FOSC450-CABLE-TERM-2-N

2 Ports

No

2 sets each: cable retention hardware (with hose clamps), strength member retention hardware

1

B, C, D

C61629-000

FOSC450-CABLE-TERM-2-G

2 Ports

Yes

2 sets each: cable retention hardware (with hose clamps), strength member retention hardware; ground wires

1

B, C, D

558850-000

FOSC450-CABLE-TERM-4-N

4 Ports

No

4 sets each: cable retention hardware (with hose clamps), strength member retention hardware

1

B, C, D

659136-000

FOSC450-CABLE-TERM-4-G

4 Ports

Yes

4 sets each: cable retention hardware (with hose clamps), strength member retention hardware, ground wire

1

Closure Sealing Accessories Closure Size

Cables Sealed1

Key Sealing Components

Part Number

Description

Kits/ Pkg

Multiple Cables/Drop Cables per Port Seals All

All

All

3

4

4

Quick Install Gel Plug Gel Tape Wrap Quick Install Gel Plug

A38215-000

FAK-MULDRP-45-3-DRP

10

40606V-000

FAK-MULDRP-45-3/CBL-ATT*

10

41606V-000

FAK-MULDRP-45-4-DRP

10

E21473-000

FAK-MULDRP-45-4/CBL-ATT*

10

XJ261N-000

FAK-MULDRP-45-4P-DRP

10

1F6818-000

FAK-MULDRP-45-4P/CBL-ATT*

10

FOSC-ACC-450-PORT-PLUGS

50

3-Cable Seal with Cable Attachment Kit (assembled)

Port Plugs (used to plug empty cable ports) All

N/A

Port Plug

A05721-000

Replacement O-Rings (fits between done and base) 450A

N/A

O-Ring

381107-000

FOSC-ACC-400AB-450A-ORIN

5

450BS

N/A

O-Ring

HG302N-000

FOSC-ACC-450-BS-ORING

5

450B

N/A

O-Ring

A51343-000

FOSC-ACC-450-B-ORING

5

450C

N/A

O-Ring

429631-000

FOSC-ACC-D-O-RING-SEAL

5

450D

N/A

O-Ring

429631-000

FOSC-ACC-D-O-RING-SEAL

5

Combined cable diameters must be within cable port size requirements. *Cable Attachments Included

1

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4-Cable Seal with Cable Attachment Kit

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Optic Splice Closures SMOUV splice protection sleeves Fiber Type

Part Number

Description

Sleeve Information

Kits/Pkg

SMOUV Fusion Splice Protection Sleeves Single Fiber

693979-000

SMOUV-1120-01-US

Heat-shrinkable, 60mm, single fiber splice protection sleeve

100

Single Fiber

143339-000

SMOUV-1120-02-US

Heat-shrinkable, 45mm, single fiber splice protection sleeve

100

Ribbon Fiber

888498-000

SMOUV-1120-R2/12-US

Heat-shrinkable, 42mm, 12 fiber ribbon splice protection sleeve

50

Fiber Management and Routing Accessories • Single and Ribbon fiber Closure Sizes

Tubing Style

Part Number

Description

Kit Includes

Std. Pack

All

Transportation

526767-000

FOSC-ACC-TTUBE-SMLL-16IN

Six 16 inch pieces

240

All

Transportation

829333-000

FOSC-ACC-TTUBE-SMLL-50FT

One 50 foot section

All

Transportation

118317-000

FOSC-ACC-TTUBE-LRGE-16IN

Six 16 inch pieces

All

Transportation

646311-000

FOSC-ACC-TTUBE-LRGE-50FT

One 50 foot section

All

Transportation

577809-000

FOSC-ACC-TTUBE-RBN12-16I

Six 16 inch pieces

All

Transportation

226809-000

FOSC-ACC-TTUBE-RBN12-50

One 50 foot section

All

Transportation

F2103R-000

FOSC-ACC-TTUBE-RBN-16I

Six 16 inch pieces

All

Transportation

57581K-000

FOSC-ACC-TTUBE-RIBN24-50

One 50 foot section

All

Buffer Tube Wrap

RH0073-000

FOSC-ACC-LBTWRAP-100

One wrap

All

Spiral

234855-000

FOSC-ACC-SPRLTUBE-1/8

One 500 foot roll

1

All

Spiral

469031-000

FOSC-ACC-SPRLTUBE-3/16

One 200 foot roll

1

All

Spiral

RH0090-000

FOSC-ACC-SPRLTBE-3/16-25

One 25 foot section

1

All

Spiral

460490-000

FOSC-ACC-SPRLTBE-3/8-50

One 50 foot section

1

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Optic Splice Closures Slack Basket Accessories FEATURES • Various styles for regular or increased slack storage • Slack Baskets-for converting no-basket kits to basket versions, or for changing basket size Sizes

Basket Style

Part Number

Description

Pkg.

A

Standard Tall

E14672-000 A91433-000

FOSC-ACC-A8/450A-BASKET FOSC-ACC-450A4-BASKET-T

1

BS

Standard Tall

457507-000 F53958-000

FOSC-ACC-B-BASKET FOSC-ACC-B-BASKET-TALL

1

B

Standard Tall

457507-000 F53958-000

FOSC-ACC-B-BASKET FOSC-ACC-B-BASKET-TALL

1

C

Standard Tall

RH0199-000 RH0200-000

FOSC-ACC-C-BASKET FOSC-ACC-C-BASKET-TALL

1

D

Standard Tall

089279-000 056395-000

FOSC-ACC-D-BASKET FOSC-ACC-D-BASKET-TALL

1

Note: Tall style slack storage baskets provide increased slack storage over standard baskets, but may reduce the closure's splice tray capacity!

Grounding Accessories Part Number

Description

Kit Includes

A33560-000

FOSC-ACC-450-FIBRGRD-KIT

Groundwire and associated hardware to add 1 ground to any FOSC 450 closure

5

449105-000

FOSC-ACC-MULT-EXT-GRND-3

Groundwire and associated hardware to add up to 3 grounds to any FOSC 450 closure*

5

671575-000

FOSC-ACC-MULT-EXT-GRND-6

Groundwire and associated hardware to add 6 grounds to any FOSC 450 closure*

5

A11796-000

FOSC-ACC-450-COM-GRD-A

Groundwires (alligator clip one end, eyelet on other) and bonding braid to bond up to 6 cables together

5

D46439-000

FOSC-ACC-450-COM-GRD-B

Groundwires (eyelets on each end ...for use with B-Bonds) and bonding braid to bond up to 6 cables together

5

92733M-000

FOSC-ACC-RUS-B-BONDS

RUS-listed B Bonds

*Grounds are placed though one of the cable ports.

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Kits/Pkg.

100

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Optic Splice Closures Gator Splice Closure The Gator splice closure is a small butt splice closure primarily designed for splicing two loose tube “flat drop” style cables of 1 to 12 fibers in above grade, below grade, and direct buried applications. This splice closure uses TE Connectivity’s well accepted gel sealing technology to create a sealed closure system that will fit into confined areas such as small “flowerpot” style handholes. The Gator splice closure incorporates our unique cable hold down and strength member termination features and is capable of holding either fusion or mechanical splices. Simple closing of the lid and base creates a sealed closure system. No separate grommets, mixing of chemicals or tools are required. Tone wires can also be terminated outside of the closure using the included hardware.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS • Compatible with most flat drop cable type • Accommodates up to 12 single fibers, 12 ribbonized fibers, or one 12 fiber ribbon • Gel sealing • Toning wire hardware included • Small size: 7.5" x 5.8" x 1.2" thick • Two mounting tabs are integrated into the closure base to allow easy mounting • Re-enterable but not re-usable

Descripton Gator 12F splice Closure

Package

Part Number

10/pk

MR3919-000

Item Description

Package

Part Number

Item Description

100/pk

88823Y-00

FDSC-GATOR-TEL-SPLICE

FDSC-GATOR-12-T

Product Dimensions 7.5" x 5.8" x 1.2"

ACCESSORIES Descripton Tone Wire Connector

Fiber Type Splice Proctection Sleeves 62 mm length

100/pk

693979-000

SMOUV-1120-01-US

45 mm lenght

100/pk

143339-000

SMOUV-1120-02-US

Single

47 mm lenght

50/pk

888498-000

SMOUV-1120-R2/12-US

Ribbon

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FIBER CABLE PRODUCTS Fiber Patch Cords......................................................................................................... 5-1 Multi-Fiber Patch Cords...........................................................................................5-3 IFC Cables w/ MPOptimate....................................................................................5-5 12-Fiber Plug-and-Play Array Cables................................................................5-8

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Cable Products Patch Cords SINGLEMODE PATCH CORDS (SIMPLEX AND DUPLEX) All patch cords undergo stringent testing for both insertion loss and return loss at the factory before shipment to ensure that only quality product is delivered to the customer.

SC ultra polish SC angled polish FC ultra polish

TE offers ultra physical contact (UPC) polish on the SC, FC, and LC connector styles.

LC angled polish

Angled polish is available on the LC connector and the SC connector styles. Angled polish should be used in applications that require better control of return loss. TE has tight tolerances regarding the rotation of the ferrule to maintain low insertion loss values.

LC ultra polish

Connector Types

Part Number __ __ - __ - __ - __ M Cable Option

FPC FPT

Connector on both ends (patch cord) Connector on one end (pigtail)

Cable Type Standard singlemode

Assembly Length 1-20

1-20 meters in 1 meter increments

25-65

25-65 meters in 5 meter increments

70-150

70-150 meters in 10 meter increments

Fiber Type S

Standard singlemode

P

Reduced bend radius singlemode (blue)*

M

2.0 mm single

F

1.7 mm single

9

900 µm

2

2.0 mm dual zip

SPSC

SC ultra polish simplex

T

1.7 mm dual zip

APSC

SC angled polish simplex

SDSC

SC ultra polish duplex2

Reduced bend radius

2.0 mm standard singlemode

LEAVE BLANK

Singlemode Connector Type1

MW

2.0 mm single

SPFC

FC ultra polish simplex

FW

1.7 mm single

SPLC

LC ultra polish simplex

9W

900 µm

SDLC

LC ultra polish duplex2

2W

2.0 mm dual zip

APLC

LC angled polish simplex

TW

1.7 mm dual zip

ORDERING EXAMPLES FPC2-SPSC-10M: Singlemode 2.0 mm dual zip patch cord with SC ultra polish connectors on both ends, 10 meters in length with standard breakout length of 0.31 m (12") on both ends. For hybrid patch cords, enter both connector types in this field and separate them with a slash mark; remove 's' from the ultra polish option.

1

FPCF-SPSC/PLC-S-10M: Singlemode 1.7 mm simplex patch cord with SC ultra polish connector on one end and LC ultra polish connector on the other end, 10 meters in length. 2

One connector per end; requires dual zip cable

* Not a substitute for well-engineered cable management. Other connector styles are available upon request. Please contact TE Technical Assistance Center.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Cable Products Patch Cords MULTIMODE PATCH CORDS (SIMPLEX AND DUPLEX) Multimode patch cords are available with the LC small-form-factor connector and the SC connector. These patch cords are assembled using the same advanced manufacturing processes as the singlemode, ensuring the highest quality standards. LC-SC Multimode Patch Cord

Part Number __ __ - __ - __ - __ M

Cable Option FPC FPT

Connector on both ends (patch cord) Connector on one end (pigtail)

Cable Type Standard multimode M

2.0 mm single

F

1.7 mm single

9

900 µm

2

2.0 mm dual zip

T

1.7 mm dual zip

Multimode 50/125 µm 10G

Assembly Length 1-20

1-20 meters in 1 meter increments

25-65

25-65 meters in 5 meter increments

70-150

70-150 meters in 10 meter increments

Fiber Type A

50/125 µm multimode

B

62.5/125 µm multimode

Multimode Connector Type1 MSC

SC simplex

MDSC

SC duplex2

MLC

LC simplex

MDLC

LC duplex2

laser optimized to 300 m (aqua) MA

2.0 mm single

FA

1.7 mm single

2A

2.0 mm dual zip

TA

1.7 mm dual zip

Ordering Examples FPCM-MSC-B-7M: Multimode simplex 2.0 mm patch cord with SC connectors on both ends, 62.5/125 µm fiber type, 7 meters in length. 1

For hybrid patch cords, enter both connector types in this field and separate them with a slash mark.

FPCM-MSC/MLC-A-3M: Multimode simplex 2.0 mm patch cord with SC connector on one end and LC connector on the other end, 50/125 µm fiber type, 3 meters in length. 2

One connector per end; requires dual zip cable

Other connector styles are available upon request. Please contact TE Technical Assistance Center.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Cable Products Multi-Fiber Patch Cords

Cable Jacket, PVC 0.89 mm thick

SINGLEMODE MULTIFIBER PATCH CORDS (4- TO 24-FIBERS)

Central Strength Member

Aramid Yarn

Singlemode multifiber patch cords are available with 4, 6, 12 or 24 tight buffered 1.7 mm fibers enclosed in a standard wall outer jacket. Each 1.7 mm fiber is coded for easy identification of individual fibers. Central strength member, and aramid yarn; PVC jacket thickness 0.89 mm.

1.7 mm Fiber subunit

Ripcord

Ripcord

Patch cords are also available with 6, 8 or 12 tight buffered 900 µm fibers with a thin softwall outer jacket. No central strength member or aramid yarn; PVC jacket thickness 0.64 mm.

Standard Wall (4-Fiber Shown)

PVC Jacket 0.64 mm thick

Soft Wall (12-Fiber Shown)

Part Number FPM-0 __ / __ - __ __ __ __ M- __ __ / __ __ Connector Type (1st and 2nd end) 0

Stub (only on 2nd end)

7

SC ultra polish

E

SC angled polish

2

FC ultra polish

K

LC ultra polish

M

LC angled polish

Breakout Length X LEAVE BLANK

Length in inches Both ends 0.31 m (12")

Assembly Length 001-020

1-20 meters in 1 meter increments

025-065

25-65 meters in 5 meter increments

070-150

70-150 meters in 10 meter increments

Cable Type D

4-fiber standard wall with 1.7 mm subunits

R

4-fiber reduced bend radius with 1.7 mm subunits (blue)

E

6-fiber standard wall with 1.7 mm subunits

P

6-fiber soft wall with 900 µm buffered fiber

AH L

8-fiber standard wall with 1.7 mm subunits 8-fiber soft wall with 900 µm buffered fiber

N

8-fiber reduced bend radius with 1.7 mm subunits (blue)

F

12-fiber standard wall with 1.7 mm subunits

M

12-fiber soft wall with 900 µm buffered fiber

FP

12-fiber reduced bend radius with 1.7 mm subunits (blue)

AD

24-fiber standard wall with 1.7 mm subunits

GP

24-fiber reduced bend radius with 1.7 mm subunits (blue)

ORDERING EXAMPLE FPM-07/0-P005M: Singlemode multifiber patch cord with SC ultra polish connectors on one end, no connectors on the other end (pigtail), 6-fiber soft wall, 5 meters long with standard breakout. Other connector styles and breakout lengths are available upon request. Please contact TE Technical Assistance Center.

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Buffered Fiber 900 µm

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Cable Products Multi-Fiber Patch Cords

PVC Jacket 0.64 mm thick

MULTIMODE MULTIFIBER PATCH CORDS (6- AND 12-FIBERS)

Buffered Fiber 900 µm

Multimode multifiber patch cords are available with 6 and 12 tight buffered 900 µm fibers with a soft wall outer jacket. No central strength member or aramid yarn; PVC jacket thickness 0.64 mm.

Soft Wall (12-Fiber Shown)

Part Number MFPM- __ / __ - __ __ __ __ M- __ __ / __ __ Connector Type (1st and 2nd end) 0

Stub (only on 2nd end)

9

SC

P

LC

Breakout Length X

Length in inches

LEAVE BLANK

Both ends 0.31 m (12")

Assembly Length 001-020

1-20 meters in 1 meter increments

6-fiber soft wall, 62.5/125 µm

025-065

25-65 meters in 5 meter increments

NB

12-fiber soft wall, 62.5/125 µm

070-150

70-150 meters in 10 meter increments

WC

6-fiber soft wall, 50/125 µm

NA

12-fiber soft wall, 50/125 µm

NH

6-fiber soft wall, 50/125 µm laser optimized to 300 m (aqua)

NG

12-fiber soft wall, 50/125 µm laser optimized to 300 m (aqua)

Cable Type PB

ORDERING EXAMPLE MFPM-9/P-PB008M: Multimode multifiber patch cord with SC connectors on one end and LC ultra polish connectors on the other end, 6-fiber soft wall cable, 8 meters in length with standard breakout. Other connector styles and breakout lengths are available upon request. Please contact TE Technical Assistance Center.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Cable Products Intrafacility Fiber Cable (IFC) Assemblies STRANDED IFC ASSEMBLIES Intrafacility fiber cable (IFC) is a multifiber cable designed for use within a building. Generally, it will be constructed without metallic strength members and is designed to meet the fire resistant characteristics required in the central office. The number of fibers range from 12 to 144. Standard IFC assemblies are riser rated and meet UL-1666 OFNR. Two types of IFC are available: stranded and ribbon. With stranded cable, individual 900 µm fibers make up the construction of the cable. The fibers are bundled into subunits of 6- or 12-fibers each. Each subunit is identified and the individual fibers within the subunits are color-coded. Stranded IFC diameters increase in proportion with the fiber counts.

IFC Assembly

Detail A

Ripcord (2)

PVC Jacket

PVC Cable Jacket 6-Fiber Subunit (See Detail A)

Buffered Fiber

Mylar Tape Central Strength Members

See Detail C

Aramid Yarn

24-Fibers with 6-Fiber Subunits

12-Fiber Subunit (See Detail B) Mylar Tape

Detail B PVC Jacket Aramid Yarn

PVC Cable Jacket

See Detail C

Ripcord (2) Central Strength Members

Buffered Fiber

72-Fibers with 12-Fiber Subunits

PVC Jacket

Detail C Buffered Fiber Buffer Coating

Buffered Fiber 900 µm

Cladding

Aramid Yarn

Core 12-Fibers Shown

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Cable Products Intrafacility Fiber Cable (IFC) Assemblies SINGLEMODE IFC ASSEMBLIES Part Number IFC - __ /__ __ __ __ __ - __

Connector Type (1st and 2nd end)

Breakout/Panel Type1

0

Stub (only on 2nd end)

7

SC ultra polish

2

FC ultra polish

E

SC angled polish

LEAVE BLANK

8" FCM

2A

FL2, 12 exit up or down

2B

FL2, 24 exit up or down

2C

FL2, 48 exit up or down

2D

FL2, 72 exit up

2E

FL2, 96 exit up

2F

FL2, 72 exit down

2G

FL2, 96 exit down

Cable Type

NG

NGF, 96- and 144-position

A

LA

LSX, 72- and 96-position

K

LC ultra polish

M

LC angled polish

12-fiber stranded

B

24-fiber stranded

2

48-fiber stranded

V

72-fiber stranded

L

96-fiber stranded

EH

144-fiber stranded

016

NA

12-fiber ribbon

023

23 m (75')

HA

24-fiber ribbon

031

31 m (100')

JA

48-fiber ribbon

046

46 m (150')

DS

72-fiber ribbon

061

61 m (200')

LA

96-fiber ribbon

077

77 m (250')

LH

144-fiber ribbon

092

92 m (300')

122

122 m (400')

153

153 m (500')

1

 or competitors’ panel products, TE recommends using the FCM F breakout length (1.8 m = 6').

2

Standard lengths for connectors on both ends up to 150 meters.

Assembly Length for Connector to Stub

Assembly Length for Connectors on Both Ends2

For information on TE's FL2000 (FL2) FCM or LSX panel products and Next Generation Frame (NGF) Fiber Termination Blocks, call TE Technical Assistance Center.

XXX

Additional fiber counts, lengths and connector styles are available upon request. Please contact TE Technical Assistance Center.

Length in meters

Example: 010 = 10 meters

Clamp Position Breakout Length

16 m (50')

Assembly Length

125 = 125 meters

Clamp Position Breakout Length

Fanout Length

Connector

5-6

Fanout Length

IFC Cable Cable Clamp Multifiber Subunits Subunit DesignationLabel

Labels

Cable Clamp Multifiber Subunits Subunit Designation Label

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Connector

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Cable Products Intrafacility Fiber Cable (IFC) Assemblies MULTIMODE IFC ASSEMBLIES Part Number MIFC - __ / __ __ __ __ __ __ - __ Connector #1 Type 9 P

Breakout/Panel Type1

SC

LEAVE BLANK

LC

Connector #2 Type 0

Stub

9

SC

P

LC

8 FCM

2A

FL2, 12 exit up or down

2B

FL2, 24 exit up or down

2C

FL2, 48 exit up or down

2D

FL2, 72 exit up

2E

FL2, 96 exit up

2F

FL2, 72 exit down

2G

FL2, 96 exit down

NG

NGF, 96- and 144-position

Cable Type AB

12-fiber stranded 62.5 µm

BB

24-fiber stranded 62.5 µm

VB

72-fiber stranded 62.5 µm

016

LB

96-fiber stranded 62.5 µm

023

23 m (75')

FT

144-fiber stranded 62.5 µm

031

31 m (100')

AC

12-fiber stranded 50/125 µm

046

46 m (150')

AD

24-fiber stranded 50/125 µm

061

61 m (200')

VA

72-fiber stranded 50/125 µm

077

77 m (250')

VZ

144-fiber stranded 50/125 µm

092

92 m (300')

VE

72-fiber stranded plenum laser optimized to 300 m, 50/125 µm (aqua)

122

122 m (400')

153

153 m (500')

FZ

144-fiber stranded plenum laser optimized to 300 m, 50/125 µm (aqua)

Assembly Length for Connector to Stub 16 m (50')

Assembly Length for Connectors on Both Ends2

1

 or competitors’ panel products, TE recommends using the FCM breakout F length (1.8 m = 6').

2

Standard lengths for connectors on both ends up to 150 meters.

XXX

Length in meters

Example: 010 = 10 meters

For information on TE's FL2000 (FL2) panel products and Next Generation Frame (NGF) Fiber Termination Blocks, call TE Technical Assistance Center.

125 = 125 meters

Additional fiber counts, lengths and connector styles are available upon request. Please contact TE Technical Assistance Center.

Clamp Position Breakout Length

Assembly Length

Clamp Position Breakout Length

Fanout Length

Connector

5-7

Fanout Length

IFC Cable Cable Clamp Multifiber Subunits Subunit DesignationLabel

Labels

Cable Clamp Multifiber Subunits Subunit Designation Label

Connector

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Cable Products 12-Fiber Plug-and-Play Array Cables 12-Fiber Plug-and-Play Array Cables provide a convenient and efficient method to connect active equipment into the network. These 12-fiber round 3 mm cables contain a pre-terminated high density MPO pinned connector on one end and either LC or SC connectors on the other. The 12-Fiber Plug-and-Play Array Cable assemblies can simply be plugged into any fiber enclosure or cable that requires an MPO breakout.

FEATURES: • Round design with outer diameter of 3 mm eliminates preferential bend issues which results in increased density and greater manageability • Each LC or SC leg clearly labeled and identified • Standard breakout length 18-inches, which is optimum to connect to active equipment

SPECIFICATIONS Module Loss (measured through MPO mated pair to LC adapter) 850 nm Insertion Loss Maximum: 0.70 dB Typical: 0.25 dB Return Loss Maximum: Trunk Insertion Loss (per meter) 850 nm Maximum: .0035 dB Channel/Link Insertion Loss with 31 meter (100') trunk (as shown in figure above) 850 nm Maximum: 1.1085 dB Typical: 0.6085 dB ENVIRONMENTAL Storage Temperature: Operating Temperature: Installation Temperature:

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1310 nm 1.0 dB 0.4 dB -65 dB 1310 nm .001 dB

1310 nm 2.031 dB 0.831 dB

-40° to 70° C (-40 to 158° F) 0° to 70° C (32 to 158° F) 0° to 70° C (32 to 158° F)

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiber Cable Products ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Length

Part Number

50/125 LOMMF to 300 m Cable Assemblies – OFNP rated; MPO pinned, 18" breakout LC

SC

3m

MPA-PCLCJ30003M-NC

4m

MPA-PCLCJ30004M-NC

5m

MPA-PCLCJ30005M-NC

3m

MPA-PCSCJ30003M-NC

4m

MPA-PCSCJ30004M-NC

5m

MPA-PCSCJ30005M-NC

Singlemode Elite Cable Assemblies – OFNP rated; MPO pinned, 18" breakout LC/UPC

SC/UPC

5-9

3m

MPA-PCLCJ50003M-NC

4m

MPA-PCLCJ50004M-NC

5m

MPA-PCLCJ50005M-NC

3m

MPA-PCSCJ50003M-NC

4m

MPA-PCSCJ50004M-NC

5m

MPA-PCSCJ50005M-NC

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FIBERGUIDE FIBER MANAGEMENT PRODUCTS 2x2 Horizontal FiberGuide.......................................................................................6-1 Vertical Solid and Slotted Duct Kits with Hinged Covers.....................6-3 Rack Installation for Small Fiber Deployments.......................................... 6-4

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiberguide FiberGuide Fiber Management Products The FiberGuide fiber management systems offer the greatest breadth of optical raceway products in the industry. In response to customer requirements, TE continues to innovate and improve FiberGuide systems, adding greater flexibility and driving down installation time to ensure a smooth deployment. FiberGuide is a raceway system designed to protect and route fiber optic patch cords, multi-fiber cable assemblies and intrafacility fiber cable (IFC) to and from fiber splice enclosures, fiber distribution frames and fiber optic terminal devices. FiberGuide ensures a two-inch minimum bend radius is maintained throughout the system. Tool-less, Snap-Fit™ junctions and cover options significantly reduce the amount of time required for installation.

2x2 Inch System Fittings and Support Kits ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Part Number

2x2 Inch System Fittings 2x2 Horizontal Straight Section 6' long, cover included

FGS-MSHA-C

2x2 Junction

FGS-MJWR-C

2x2 Standard Downspout Cover included

FGS-MSDS-C

2x2 Extended Downspout Kit with 2" Flex Tube Cover included. with 2" flex tube, 2' long

FGS-KDH2-C

2x2 Horizontal T Cover included

FGS-MHTA-C

2x2 End Cap Includes 2x2 junction

FGS-HMEC-C

FGS-MSHA-C

FGS-MSDS-C

2x2 Inch System Support Kits Aluminum Track Support Kit 6' long, includes track connecting bar kit; aluminum track is self-supporting for spans up to 6'

FGS-HASK-C

Modified New Threaded Rod Bracket Kit 5/8"

FGS-HNTR-5/8-A

2x2 Existing Threaded Rod Bracket Kit For up to two 2x2 FiberGuide systems

FGS-HTR2-2-5/8

Ladder Rack Bracket Kit 5/8"

6-1

FGS-HLDR-5/8

FGS-MJWR-C

FGS-KDH2-C (shown attached to 2x2 FiberGuide system)

FGS-HASK-C

FGS-HNTR-5/8-A (shown alone and attached to threaded rod)

FGS-MHTA-C

FGS-HMEC-C

FGS-HTR2-2-5/8

FGS-HLDR-5/8 (shown alone and attached to ladder rack)

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiberguide 2x2 Inch Attachments and Clamp Kit ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number Number of Junctions

Yellow System

Black System

2x2 attachments 2x2 inch flex tube attachment – 2" flex tube and a 2x2 inch junction included 5' length



FGS-MEX1-C-5F

FGSB-MEX1-C-5F

10' length



FGS-MEX1-C-10F

FGSB-MEX1-C-10F

15' length



FGS-MEX1-C-15F

FGSB-MEX1-C-15F

Dual 7/8" flex tube attachment – two lengths of 7/8" flex tube and a 2x2 inch junction included (2) 5' length



FGS-KT03-C

FGSB-KT03-C

(2) 10' length



FGS-KT03-C-10F

FGSB-KT03-C-10F

(2) 15' length



FGS-KT03-C-15F

FGSB-KT03-C-15F



FGS-HSHC-10

FGS-HSHC-10

Flex tube clamp kit of 10; attaches 7/8" flex tube to rack Other nonstandard colors available by request.

Dual 7/8" Flex Tube Attachment (FGS-KT03-C)

Dual 7/8" Flex Tube Attachment (FGS-KT03-C shown attached

to downspout)

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiberguide Vertical Solid and Slotted Duct Kits with Hinged Covers FEATURES • Flexible and versatile system that safely and securely routes fiber

• Provides 1.5-inch bend radius protection

• Provides superior cable management on active equipment racks

• Available in 4-inch x 4-inch, 4-inch x 2-inch x 2-inch x 4-inch x 2-inch x 2-inch

• Hinged cover offer physical protection of fiber and easy access to installed fibers

• Available in solid and slotted versions

• Made of robust and durable material

• Quickly installed onto existing rack

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Part Number

2X2 System (2" Wide x 2" Deep) 2X2, 6' Vertical Duct Kit, slotted (1.5" slot spacing) hinged cover

FGS-KTW1-JA

2X2, 6' Vertical Duct Kit, solid, hinged cover

FGS-KTW1-JN

2X4 System (2" Wide x 4" Deep) 2X4, 6' Vertical Duct Kit, slotted (2" slot spacing) hinged cover 2X4, 6' Vertical Duct Kit, solid, hinged cover

2x2 Solid Vertical Duct Kit (FGS-KTW1-JN) (cover closed)

FGS-KTW2-R FGS-KTW2-RN

4X4 System (4" Wide x 4" Deep) 4X4, 6' Vertical Duct Kit, slotted (2" slot spacing) hinged cover

FGS-KTW2-K

4X4, 6' Vertical Duct Kit, slotted (4" slot spacing) hinged cover

FGS-KTW2-J

4X4, 6' Vertical Duct Kit, solid, hinged cover

FGS-KTW2-JN

4X2 System (4" Wide x 2" Deep) 4x2, 6' Vertical Duct Kit, slotted (1.5" slot spacing) hinged cover 4x2, 6' Vertical Duct Kit, solid, hinged cover

FGS-KTW2-T FGS-KTW2-TN

Trumpets and Elbows 4" deep vertical to 2x2 Trumpet Fitting, yellow

FGS-TRMP42

4" Exit Trumpet for vertical channel, 1" bend radius, black

FGS-VQE44

2" Exit Trumpet for vertical channel, 1" bend radius, black 4x4 Entrance Trumpet Flare Kit

2x4 Solid Vertical Duct Kit (FGS-KTW2-RN) (cover open)

FGS-VQE22 FGS-MTRM-D

4" deep 90º Inside Elbow

FGS-V9E44 4x4 Slotted Vertical Duct Kit (FGS-KTW2-J)

4-Inch Vertical to 2x2 Trumpet Fitting (FGS-TRMP42)

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2-Inch Exit Trumpet (FGS-VQE22)

4-Inch Exit Trumpet (FGS-VQE44)

4x4 Modified Trumpet Flare Kit (FGS-MTRM-D)

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90° Inside Elbow (FGS-V9E44)

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Fiberguide Sample 1 Rack Installation for Small Fiber Deployments To/From Fiber Termination Location Existing Ladder Racking

4x4 End Cap

Express Exit

2" Flexible Tubing New Threaded Rod Bracket Kit (FGS-HNTR-XX shown alone and attached to threaded rod)

2" Flex Tube Kit 4x4 Solid Straight Section 2x2 Slotted Duct

Mounting kit determined by existing infrastructure

Center Support Bracket Kit (FGS-HTUB-XX)

7' x 19" Bay

Ladder Rack Bracket Kit (FGS-HLDR shown alone and attached to ladder rack)

Sample FiberGuide Parts List Quantity Required

Part Number

Product Description

1

FGS-MSHS-A

4x4 horizontal straight section, 6' long, cover included

1

FGS-HMEC-A

4x4 end cap

1

FGS-KT03-A1

4x4 end cap with 2" flex tube attachment

1

FGS-KTW1-CA

2x2 vertical slotted duct kit, 1.5" slot spacing

1

FGS-MEX1-C-10F

2" flex tube attachment with 10' of flex tube

1

FGS-MEXP-A/B/F

3

FGS-HNTR-XX

New threaded rod bracket kit

3

FGS-HTUB-XX

Center support bracket kit

3

FGS-HLDR-5/8

Ladder rack bracket kit

6-4

2x2 Express Exit

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WDM CHASSIS AND MODULES Prism WDM Modules and Accessories............................................................. 7-1 Prism CWDM Chassis & Modules........................................................................7-4 VAM Chassis & Modules........................................................................................... 7-7

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems WDM Chassis & Modules FlexWave Prism Fiber Multiplexing Options - WDM When it is desirable or necessary to combine transmit and receive path optical signals from one Prism system onto a single optical fiber, use the Wavelength Division Multiplexer (WDM) system, which is an accessory product. Each WDM system consists of a Host and a Prism Remote Unit (PRU). At the Host and PRU, a WDM chassis contains the WDM modules. Both the Host WDM Module and the PRU WDM Module consist of a bi-directional wavelength division multiplexer, as shown below.

1550nm 1310nm

1550nm Host SFP

1310nm

Host WDM Module 1550nm Test port (optional) 1310nm

1310nm PRU SFP

1550nm

To/From PRU

PRU WDM Module

1550nm

OSP

To/From Host

To create a FlexWave Prism Wavelength Division Multiplexer (WDM) system, the following components are required: • • • •

7-1

Standard 26 dB Optics (Small Form Pluggable laser) 1550 nm at Host; 1310 nm at Remote Host WDM Chassis to house eight (8) WDM modules Host WDM module(s) Remote OADM fiber cable assembly

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems WDM Chassis & Modules Host WDM The Host WDM module is mounted within a sheet metal enclosure. A straight LC-type optical connector port is provided for connecting the transmit/receive path optical fiber to the WDM module. A pair of fiber patch cord leads with LC-type connectors connects the WDM module to the TX/RX Optical ports on the Prism Host SeRF II card. Below shows the WDM Host Module Mounting Shelf and Host Module.

Each WDM module supports a single Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) port on the Host, but a WDM chassis can support up to eight WDM modules, which allows the sharing of the WDM chassis among multiple Hosts, dependent on the SFP port counts and system configuration. That is, the eight WDM modules allow a fully loaded Host with eight SFP modules or multiple partially loaded Hosts (for a maximum of eight total SFPs). The WDM Host module-mounting shelf installs in the equipment rack with the Host .

1 2 Ports 3 4

Port 1: 1550nm IN (TX) Port 2: 1310nm OUT (RX) Port 3: -23dB 1550nm Test port Port 4: 1310/1550nm

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NOTE: Port 3 is a Trap port. When taking a reading at this port, the signal power is 23 dB less than the input power going into Port 1. The wavelength of light measured is 1550 nm.

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems WDM Chassis & Modules Remote WDM The Remote WDM cable assembly is a fiber optic patch cord with a WDM splitter built into it, the demultiplexed (separate TX and RX paths) end of the WDM cable assembly is plugged into the SFP in the Remote SeRF which are the LC UPC connectors and multiplex side of the cable assembly plugged into a Port in the ProAx fiber adapter, BX.5 style connector, housed within the Prism Remote.

UPC LC

UPC Bx.5

Plugs into the SPF in the SeRF “15” = REV “13” = FWD

WDM

WDM Ordering Information ORDERING INFORMATION

Description

TE Part Number

Standard 26dB Transceivers Prism, Host Unit, 26dB optics, 1550nm, Standard

FWU-SMHU1550XVR

Prism, Remote Unit, 26dB optics, 1310nm, Standard

FWU-SMRU1310XVR

Host WDM Prism, Host WDM Module Prism, Host WDM Chassis; No active modules (8 slots) Host Bay, WDM Module for WDB-UR002 Bay Remote WDM Fiber Cable Assembly Pass-through; required when using FWP-FFTKIT-02

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FWU-27A7AAG1ABK00 FWU-CHASSIS-8 FMT-MW2KUKUBG1A00 FWU-REMOTEWDM FWP-WDMKIT-FT

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Plugs into port 1 of Fiber 1 ProAx

Note: WDM comes preinstalled in the Remote.

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems CWDM Chassis & Modules FlexWave Prism Fiber Multiplexing Options - CWDM When it is desirable or necessary to combine multiple transmit and receive path optical signals from one Prism system to a single pair of optical fibers, use the Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexer (CWDM) system, which is an accessory product. Each CWDM system consists of a Host and a Prism Remote Unit (PRU). At the Host and PRU, a CWDM chassis contains the CWDM 8 channel Muxtiplexer/Demultiplexer (Mux/DeMux) modules and at the Remote you will need an Optical Add Drop Multiplexer (OADM) Splice Box and OADM cable assembly.

Host Unit

Host CWDM 8 Channel Mux/DeMux

OSP Remote Unit 8

Remote Unit 3

Remote Unit 2

Remote Unit 1

OADM Splice Box with OADM

OADM Splice Box with OADM

OADM Splice Box with OADM

.… OADM Splice Box with OADM

To create a FlexWave Prism Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexer (CWDM) system, the following components are required: • • • • •

7-4

Host & Remote wavelength specific CWDM Optics/SFP (Small Form Pluggable laser) Host CWDM Chassis to house the 8 Channel CWDM module Host CWDM 8 channel module Remote OADM splice box Remote OADM assembly

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems CWDM Chassis & Modules Host CWDM Multiplexer/DeMultiplexer Unit The CWDM Multiplexer/DeMultiplexer (Mux/DeMux) connects to the Prism Host and performs the following functions: –– In the Transmit (Tx) path, the Mux/ DeMux Unit provides eight (8) Tx channels from the Host unit and multiplexes up to eight (8) channels into a single fiber –– In the Reverse (Rx) path, the Mux/DeMux Unit separates up to eight wavelengths The CWDM Mux/DeMux unit uses industry standard LC optical connections.

CWDM Optical Add Drop Multiplexer (OADM) Module The CWDM OADM Assembly is used when it is desirable or necessary to combine the forward path or reverse path optical signals onto a single optical fiber. The CWDM OADM Assembly is installed into the OADM Splice Box, is wavelength dependent, and consists of Add and Drop modules of specific wavelengths. The CWDM OADM has fiber optic pigtails for splicing into OSP fiber and ProAx or pigtail from the Prism Remote. See figure below of OADM Assembly:

OUT FROM OADM 2, REV PRIM OUT FROM OADM 1, REV SEC FWD (DROP FROM OADM 1 & 2) REV (ADD FROM OADM 1 & 2) IN FROM OADM 2, FWD SEC IN FROM OADM 1, FWD PRIM 22958-A

Part Number WSC-CH0-CW

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems CWDM Chassis & Modules The maximum length of the optical links is dependent on the loss specifications of the optical fiber and the losses imposed by the various connectors and splices. The system provides an optical budget of 26 dB (typical) when used with 9/125 single-mode fiber. There must be at least 10 dB of optical loss to prevent over-driving and possible damage to the optical receiver. The optical wavelengths used in the Prism CWDM system are 1471nm, 1491nm, 1511nm, 1531nm, 1551nm, 1571nm, 1591nm and 1611nm. The OADM assembly is installed in the OADM Splice Box which typically resides above or below the Prism unit on a pole or wall; while the Host is connected to a Mux/DeMux that multiplexes the different wavelengths from the transceivers onto a single fiber in the Forward path and de-multiplexes the wavelengths from the Remotes into their respective wavelengths. At the Host there is a CWDM chassis that contains the CWDM Mux/DeMux Units, and at the Remote the CWDM is spliced to the OSP fiber and HMFOC/MPO 8 Fiber cable or Pigtail from the Remote. Below shows how the CWDM Mux/DeMux unit and the CWDM OADM Assembly multiplex and demultiplex wavelengths in a non-redundant configuration: FWD IN HOST URH CWDM SFP 1491

1471

1471

1471

OADM

1511 1531 1551 1571

1471

D

1491

A

8:1 MUX

D

FWD OUT

OADM A

1591 1611 HOST URH CWDM SFP 1511

FWD IN

1511

1491

D

OADM A

1511 D

FWD OUT

OADM A

1471 HOST URH CWDM SFP 1551

1471

1551

1551 1571

1491

A

1:8 DMUX

D

FWD OUT

OADM

1591

REMOTE 3 URH CWDM SFP 1511

1511

D

OADM

1511 1531

1551

FWD IN

1491

REMOTE 1 URH CWDM SFP 1491

A

1511

REMOTE 5 URH CWDM SFP 1551

1611 FWD IN

HOST URH CWDM SFP 1591

1611 OADM

1591

D A D

OADM

1591

A

1611

REMOTE 8 URH CWDM SFP 1591

Reverse path Forward path

Below shows how the CWDM Mux/DeMux unit and the CWDM OADM Assembly multiplex and demultiplex wavelengths in a redundant configuration:

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems VAM Chassis & Modules Powering The CWDM Fiber Cable Assembly and the Mux/DeMux are passive and do not require powering.

VAM Chassis Coarse wavelength division multiplexer (CWDM) modules allow for the addition of eight additional signals to be transmitted over a single fiber. This is done by dividing the 1550 nm window into eight 20 nm spaced channels. CWDM electronics require the use of more precise and expensive lasers, but this cost can often be justified by the avoidance of costs associated with installing new fiber cables. TE’s WideVAM® family of products allows for an efficient integration of optical components into the optical distribution frame. WideVAM chassis are available for industry standard 19- or 23-inch optical distribution frames. The WideVAM chassis provides the utmost protection, modularity and flexibility for all optical component needs. The Prism CWDM system works with TE’s 7- and 3.5-inch industry-standard WideVAM chassis to ensure consistent, superior cable management within the frame.

3.5-INCH WIDEVAM CHASSIS - 2 WIDEVAM MODULE CAPACITY The 3.5-inch WideVam VAM chassis fits into any 19-inch rack mounting environment. It accommodates a maximum of 4 plug-in modules, 4 bulkhead plates, 4 blank panels or any combination thereof. Adjustable mounting brackets are provided for 23-inch rack mounting environments.

7-INCH WIDEVAM CHASSIS - 6 WIDEVAM MODULE CAPACITY The 7-inch WideVam VAM chassis fits into any open chassis location within an existing TE 7-inch panel system or in an LGX® compatible frame. It accommodates a maximum of six components, in any combination of the following: single plug-in modules, bulkhead plates and blank panels. The 7-inch chassis mounts in EI A or WECO racks. Adjustable mounting brackets are provided for 19- or 23-inch rack mounting environments.

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems WDM Chassis & Modules CWDM Specifications Fiber Type

9/125, single-mode

Optical Connectors

Industry standard LC

2-Channel Module Insertion Loss Pass-Through Ports

2 dB

Drop Port

5 dB

CWDM System Optical Budget

26 dB

CWDM Ordering Information Description

TE Part Number

CWDM Host Unit Mux/Demux & Chassis WideVAM 8-Channel MUX/DEM Module (host) with LC Chassis 7" WideVAM (supports 6 CWVMW-277AA0DN2000) Chassis, WideVAM 2 Empty (supports 2 CWVMW-277AA0DN2000)

CWVMW-2KKAA0DN2000 FVM-19X700W FVM-19X350W-M6

CWDM 26dB Transceivers (XCVR-SFP CWDM EXTTEMP) 1470NM

FWU-SMCW1470XVR

1490NM

FWU-SMCW1490XVR

1510NM

FWU-SMCW1510XVR

1530NM

FWU-SMCW1530XVR

1550NM

FWU-SMCW1550XVR

1570NM

FWU-SMCW1570XVR

1590NM

FWU-SMCW1590XVR

1610NM

FWU-SMCW1610XVR

CWDM Non-Redundant OADM Modules (external splice box needed) 1471 NM

FWP-OADM1471MOD-00

1491 NM

FWP-OADM1491MOD-00

1511 NM

FWP-OADM1511MOD-00

1531 NM

FWP-OADM1531MOD-00

1551 NM

FWP-OADM1551MOD-00

1571 NM

FWP-OADM1571MOD-00

1591 NM

FWP-OADM1591MOD-00

1611 NM

FWP-OADM1611MOD-00

CWDM Splice Box Fiber Splice Box with CWDM Adapter Plate

7-8

WSC-CH0-CW

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POWERWORX FUSE PANEL PRODUCTS Traditional GMT..............................................................................................................8-1 Select Series....................................................................................................................8-1 Accessories......................................................................................................................8-2

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Powerworx PowerWorx panels are independently tested to comply with the industry’s highest standards, including CE, IEC, UL, NEBS Level 3, Telecordia (BellCore), CSA, and NEC 2002. Flexible PowerWorx configurations suit almost every network application and the platform sets a new standard – delivering the power and the protection that service providers need.

FEATURES • Flexible platform for use in MSCs, DAS headends, or at cell sites

• Up to a 15-year warranty • Compliant with all major standards, including UL, NEBS Level 3, Telcordia (BellCore), NEC 2002, CSA, IEC, and CE

–– Collocate cabinet –– BTS cabinet

• Backed by TE Connectivity quality, manufacturing excellence and exceptional customer service

–– Hut

Traditional GMT Series

FEATURES

With input power up to 65 Amps per bus, the Traditional GMT Series eliminates the need to stock varying amperage fuse panels. Fuse management is simplified by accommodating up to 15 Amps of output power per fuse position – without the need to space fuses. A self-configuring voltage and polarity feature allows a single panel to support most applications, providing ±24Vdc or ±48Vdc power.

• Standard front and rear access 1.75”H x 17.12”W x 8”D (4.44 x 43.48 x 20.32 cm) • GMT fuse type • LED configuration: Power on and fuse alarm LEDs (per bus) • EIA/WECO mounting options • Powering Input - Two-hole compression lug (stud type) • Powering Output- Screw-down barrier terminal strip

ORDERING INFORMATION Panel Access

Fuse Configuration

Alarm Contact Connection

Panel Color

Part Number

Front

Dual front power feed, 10/10-position

Screw-down barrier terminal strip

Putty

PWX-001FGCSD10PSDP

Front and Rear

Dual rear power feed, 10/10-position

Screw-down barrier terminal strip

Putty

PWX-001RGCSD10PSDP

FEATURES

Select Series™ As data and telephony converge, network elements with varying amperage requirements are often mixed within the same bay. The Select Series™ fuse platform enables service providers to fuse this equipment from one platform, in a single rack unit, making the most of valuable space. Its compact footprint and versatility are well-suited for collocation applications where high-amperage equipment is installed with lower-amperage equipment. Its patent pending modular design enables service providers to combine TPA, KTK/KLM, TPM or GMT fuses within a single rack unit. Input power up to 100 Amps per bus with up to 50 Amps output power per fuse position is available.

• Dimensions - 1.75”H x 17.12”W x 10”D (4.44 x 43.48 x 25.4 cm) • Front and rear access • GMT, TPA and KLM fuse type • Powering Input - Two-hole compression lug (stud type) • Powering Output- Screwdown barrier terminal strip • Dual bus configuration • EIA/WECO mounting options

ORDERING INFORMATION

• Putty white panel color

Fuse Configuration

LED Configuration

Alarm Contact Connection

Part Number

4 KLM, 4 GMT

Power on and fuse alarm LEDs

Wire-Wrap

PWX-041RCK4G4YSPWP

4 TPA, 4 GMT

Power on and fuse alarm LEDs

Wire-Wrap

PWX-041RCA4G4YSPWP

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Powerworx Accessories Cable Management Bars For Standard (Front and Rear Access) Fuse Panels ORDERING INFORMATION Cable management bar

Part Number



Putty white - 19"

CMB-P-19



Putty white - 23"

CMB-P-23

Compression Lugs For Two-Hole Stud-type Input Power Connections Compression lugs provide a robust and reliable electro-mechanical connection.

ORDERING INFORMATION Compression lug; ships two per pack

Part Number



2 AWG

CL-02M



4 AWG

CL-04M



6 AWG

CL-06M



14 AWG

CL-14M

Designation Card Holder and Cards Designation cards held in pressure-sensitive card holder enable easy identification and location of fused equipment.

ORDERING INFORMATION Designation card holder kit Includes:

8-2

1 plastic designation card holder, 2 designation cards and window

Part Number DCK-02

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Powerworx Accessories GMT Fuses/Fuse Designation Pins – Alarm Indicator ORDERING INFORMATION GMT fuses/fuse designation pins - alarm indicator Fuse Size

Color of Indicator/ Designation Pin

Fuse Part Number

Black-Red Violet White-Green Red Brown Gray White White-Yellow Orange Orange-White Blue White-Blue White-Brown Green Black-White Red-White Yellow-Green Red-Blue

F-2/10 F-1/4 F-3/8 F-1/2 F-3/4 F-1 F-1 1/3 F-1 1/2 F-2 F-2 1/2 F-3 F-3 1/2 F-4 F-5 F-7 1/2 F-10 F-12 F-15 GMT Dummy F-20

2/10 Amps 1/4 Amps 3/8 Amps 1/2 Amps 3/4 Amps 1 Amps 1-1/3 Amps 1-1/2 Amps 2 Amps 2-1/2 Amps 3 Amps 3-1/2 Amps 4 Amps 5 Amps 7-1/2 Amps 10 Amps 12 Amps 15 Amps Dummy GMT 20 Amps

Pin Part Number P-2/10 P-1/4 P-3/8 P-1/2 P-3/4 P-1 P-1 1/3 P-1 1/2 P-2 P-2 1/2 P-3 P-3 1/2 P-4 P-5 P-7 1/2 P-10 P-12 P-15

KLM Fuses – Non-Indicator1 The compact puller grips firmly to remove GMT fuses. KLM fuses - non-indicator

Part Number



5 Amps

KLM-05



10 Amps

KLM-10

15 Amps

KLM-15



20 Amps

KLM-20



25 Amps

KLM-25



30 Amps



KLM Dummy

KLM-30 KLM Dummy

All KLM fuse modules house a fuse alarm indicating red LED.

1

KLM Fuse Panel Cap KLM fuse panel cap Cap for KLM fuse panel

8-3

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Powerworx Accessories Ring Lug Kit Ring lug kit

Part Number

100 Piece, 16-22 AWG

RLK-001

20 Piece, 8 AWG

RLK-002

20 Piece, 10 AWG

RLK-003

Compression Lugs For Two-Hole Stud-type Input Power Connections Compression lugs provide a robust and reliable electro-mechanical connection.

Compression lugs; ships two per pack

Part Number



2 AWG

CL-02M



1 AWG

CL-01M



1/0 AWG

CL-01M0



2/0 AWG

CL-02M0



3/0 AWG

CL-03M0



4/0 AWG

CL-04M0



250 KCMil

CL-250M



300 KCMil

CL-300M



350 KCMi

CL-350M

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DATA CONNECTIVITY Category 6 Slim Line Patch Cable Assemblies............................................9-1 Category 6 Ethernet Crossover Cable Assemblies....................................9-1 Category 6 SL Series Patch Panels....................................................................9-2 Twisted Pair Cable Information............................................................................9-3 Twisted Pair Cable Temperature..........................................................................9-3 4-Pair Conductor Color Code...............................................................................9-3 610 Series, Category 6 UTP Cable......................................................................9-3 620 Series, Category 6 UTP Cable................................................................... 9-4 630 Series, Category 6E UTP Cable................................................................ 9-4 Category 6, 8-Position Modular Plug................................................................9-5 Modular Plug Boots for Category 6 Modular Plugs.................................9-5

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Data Connectivity Category 6 Slim Line Patch Cable Assemblies FEATURES • Slim plug and boot design provide additional space between adjacent plugs • Meets or exceeds Category 6 performance standards • 4-Pair stranded Unshielded 24 AWG conductors • Non-plenum (CM rated) • Universal wiring (T568A/T568B) • Lead-Free (no heavy metals) • Colors in table are approximate Length 2 ft [0.61 m]

Black

Gray

Blue

Green

1933116-2

1933117-2

1933118-2

1933119-2

Red 1933120-2

White

Yellow

Orange

1933121-2

1933122-2

1933123-2

Violet 1933124-2

3 ft [0.91 m]

1933116-3

1933117-3

1933118-3

1933119-3

1933120-3

1933121-3

1933122-3

1933123-3

1933124-3

4 ft [1.22 m]

1933116-4

1933117-4

1933118-4

1933119-4

1933120-4

1933121-4

1933122-4

1933123-4

1933124-4

5 ft [1.52 m]

1933116-5

1933117-5

1933118-5

1933119-5

1933120-5

1933121-5

1933122-5

1933123-5

1933124-5

6 ft [1.83 m]

1933116-6

1933117-6

1933118-6

1933119-6

1933120-6

1933121-6

1933122-6

1933123-6

1933124-6

7 ft [2.13 m]

1933116-7

1933117-7

1933118-7

1933119-7

1933120-7

1933121-7

1933122-7

1933123-7

1933124-7

8 ft [2.44 m]

1933116-8

1933117-8

1933118-8

1933119-8

1933120-8

1933121-8

1933122-8

1933123-8

1933124-8

9 ft [2.74 m]

1933116-9

1933117-9

1933118-9

1933119-9

1933120-9

1933121-9

1933122-9

1933123-9

1933124-9

10 ft [3.05 m]

1-1933116-0

1-1933117-0

1-1933118-0

1-1933119-0

1-1933120-0

1-1933121-0

1-1933122-0

1-1933123-0

1-1933124-0

12 ft [3.66 m]

1-1933116-2

1-1933117-2

1-1933118-2

1-1933119-2

1-1933120-2

1-1933121-2

1-1933122-2

1-1933123-2

1-1933124-2

14 ft [4.27 m]

1-1933116-4

1-1933117-4

1-1933118-4

1-1933119-4

1-1933120-4

1-1933121-4

1-1933122-4

1-1933123-4

1-1933124-4

15 ft [4.57 m]

1-1933116-5

1-1933117-5

1-1933118-5

1-1933119-5

1-1933120-5

1-1933121-5

1-1933122-5

1-1933123-5

1-1933124-5

16 ft [4.88 m]

1-1933116-6

1-1933117-6

1-1933118-6

1-1933119-6

1-1933120-6

1-1933121-6

1-1933122-6

1-1933123-6

1-1933124-6

20 ft [6.10 m]

2-1933116-0

2-1933117-0

2-1933118-0

2-1933119-0

2-1933120-0

2-1933121-0

2-1933122-0

2-1933123-0

2-1933124-0

25 ft [7.62 m]

2-1933116-5

2-1933117-5

2-1933118-5

2-1933119-5

2-1933120-5

2-1933121-5

2-1933122-5

2-1933123-5

2-1933124-5

30 ft [9.14 m]

3-1933116-0

3-1933117-0

3-1933118-0

3-1933119-0

3-1933120-0

3-1933121-0

3-1933122-0

3-1933123-0

3-1933124-0

40 ft [12.19 m]

4-1933116-0

4-1933117-0

4-1933118-0

4-1933119-0

4-1933120-0

4-1933121-0

4-1933122-0

4-1933123-0

4-1933124-0

50 ft [15.24 m] 5-1933116-0

5-1933117-0

5-1933118-0

5-1933119-0

5-1933120-0

5-1933121-0

5-1933122-0

5-1933123-0

5-1933124-0

Category 6 Ethernet Crossover Cable Assemblies FEATURES • Category 6 crossover cables are compatible with 10/100BASE-T, as well as IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T • For other lengths and wiring diagrams, see Customer Drawing • Lead-Free (no heavy metals) • Features black plug boots and red cable Description

Category 6 Ethernet Crossover Cable Assemblies

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Cable/Boot Color

Red/Black

Length

Part Number

3 ft [0.91 m]

1499150-3

5 ft [1.52 m]

1499150-5

7 ft [2.13 m]

1499150-7

10 ft [3.05 m]

1-1499150-0

12 ft [3.66 m]

1-1499150-2

15 ft [4.57 m]

1-1499150-5

25 ft [7.62 m]

2-1499150-5

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Data Connectivity Category 6 SL Series Patch Panels • Meets or exceeds TIA and ISO Category 6 component performance requirements

Back of Interface housing

• Angled panels allow elimination of horizontal cable management for higher rack densities and ease of cable dress • Ports may be individually replaced • A  ll panels are packaged unloaded with jacks bagged separately for termination with SL Series Jack Termination Tool

A Front of Interface housing

• Universal wiring – may be terminated to T568A or T568B • Replacement labels and clear label covers • 12-Port Mini Patch Panels mount vertically on 89D bracket (included) • 48-port, 1U patch panels: • Accommodate adhesive labels or icons for port identification

B Angled

• Are supplied with 48 specially designed SL Series jacks (these jacks can not be purchased separately – they are supplied with panel assembly only) • For multimedia (no included connectivity) patch panels C Standard

• Accommodates icons

Port Count

Rack Mount Units

12 24

C Angled Height

Width

Figure

Standard

Angled



10.00 in [25.40 cm]

2.3 in [5.84 cm]

A

1375013-2



1

1.75 in [4.44 cm]

19.0 in [48.26 cm]

B

1375014-2

1499600-2

1

1.75 in [ cm]

19.0 in [48.26 cm]

C

1933458-1*

1933658-1*

2

3.50 in [8.89 cm]

19.0 in [48.26 cm]

D

1375015-2

1499601-2

4

7.00 in [17.78 cm]

19.0 in [48.26 cm]

1375016-2



D Standard

48

96

*NOTE: 1U 48-port panel does not accept standard SL Series jacks

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D Angled

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Data Connectivity Twisted Pair Cable Information Unless otherwise specified, all lengths are 1000 feet (305 meters). Other lengths and colors available, call for details. Package types are listed in each chart.

WR = Wooden Reels

Twisted Pair Cable Temperature Category

Condition

Riser/Plenum

Cat 6, 6E

Storage

-4 — 140°F (-20 — 60°C)

Operating

-4 — 140°F (-20 — 60°C)

Installation

40 — 140°F (4 — 60°C)

RB = Reel-in-a-Box

4-Pair Conductor Color Code

Tip Conductor

Pair

PB = Pull Box

Ring Conductor

Jacket Color

1

2

Tip

White

Ring

Blue

Tip

White

Ring

Orange

3

Tip

White

Ring

Green

4

Tip

White

Ring

Brown

TWISTED PAIR

610 Series, Category 6 UTP Cable • Performance characterized to 250 MHz • Meets ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 Category 6 and ISO Class E 11801: 2002 specifications • Intertek ETL SEMKO Listed (CMR/CMP)

Jacket

• Exceeds all requirements for Gigabit Ethernet Conductor

• Lead-free (no heavy metals)

Insulation

• 23 AWG, solid conductors

UL/NEC Ratings CMP

9-3

Part Numbers

Pair Count

Package

White

Gray

Blue

Yellow

Weight lbs/kft

Vp (%nom)

4

RB

1933047-2

1933047-4

1933047-6

1933047-8

24

74

WR

1933047-1

1933047-3

1933047-5

1933047-7

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Cat6 min

Dimensions (in) Dielectric

Outside

0.040

0.206

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Data Connectivity 620 Series, Category 6 UTP Cable • Performance characterized to 600 MHz • 3 dB NEXT performance above Category 6 • Meets or exceeds ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 Category 6 and ISO Class E 11801: 2002 specifications • Intertek ETL SEMKO Listed (CMR/CMP) • Independently verified by Intertek ETL SEMKO testing services Jacket

• Exceeds all requirements for Gigabit Ethernet

Core Filler

• Lead-free (no heavy metals)

Conductor Insulation

• 23 AWG, solid conductors UL/NEC Ratings

Pair Count

Package

CMR

4

CMP

4

Part Numbers White

Gray

Blue

Yellow

RB

219560-2

219560-4

219560-6

219560-8

WR

219560-1

219560-3

219560-5

219560-7

RB

219567-2

219567-4

219567-6

219567-8

WR

219567-1

219567-3

219567-5

219567-7

Cat6

Weight lbs/kft

Vp (%nom)

Dimensions (in) Dielectric

Outside

26

70

0.042

0.230

24

74

0.040

0.206

Jacket Core Filler Conductor Insulation

Jacket

630 Series, Category 6E UTP Cable

Core Filler

Cat6e

Conductor Insulation

• Performance characterized to 600 MHz • 12 dB NEXT performance above Category 6

Cat6

• Meets  or exceeds ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 Category 6 and ISO 11801: 2002 Class E specifications • Intertek ETL SEMKO Listed (CMR/CMP) • Independently verified by Intertek ETL SEMKO testing services Jacket

• Exceeds all requirements for Gigabit Ethernet

Core Filler

• Lead-free (no heavy metals)

Conductor Insulation

• 23 AWG, solid conductors UL/NEC Ratings

Pair Count

Package

CMR

4

CMP

4

9-4

Part Numbers White

Gray

Blue

Yellow

RB

1499038-2

1499038-4

1499038-6

1499038-8

WR

1499038-1

1499038-3

1499038-5

1499038-7

RB

1499033-2

1499033-4

1499033-6

1499033-8

WR

1499033-1

1499033-3

1499033-5

1499033-7

Weight lbs/kft

Vp (%nom)

Dimensions (in) Dielectric

Outside

34

70

0.042

0.260

35

74

0.040

0.245

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Cat6e

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Data Connectivity Category 6, 8-Position Modular Plug • Each kit includes: 1 - Modular plug assembly 1 - Wire holder 1 - Strain relief • RoHS compliant • Molded with UL94V-0 plastic • UL Listed: E81956 • Category 6 modular plug tooling in Chapter 22 • Modular plug to die set cross reference on page 2 of this chapter

Description Unshielded or Shielded

Conductor

Insulation O.D. in (mm)

Cable Jacket O.D. in (mm)

Solid 24 – 23 AWG

0.035 (0.89) - 0.043 (1.09)

0.20 (5.0) — 0.24 (6.0)

5-1375204-4

5-1375204-3

5-1375204-4

0.035 (0.89) - 0.043 (1.09)

0.24 (6.0) — 0.28 (7.0)

5-1479185-4

5-1479185-3

5-1479185-4

Stranded 26 – 24 AWG

0.035 (0.89) - 0.043 (1.09)

0.20 (5.0) — 0.24 (6.0)

5-1375202-4

5-1375202-3

5-1375202-4

0.035 (0.89) - 0.043 (1.09)

0.24 (6.0) — 0.28 (7.0)

5-1479184-4

5-1479184-3

5-1479184-4

500 per Box

Modular Plug Boots for Category 6 Modular Plugs • For use with Category 6, 8-Position modular plugs • Accept cables with diameters as listed • Colors in table are approximate

Maximum Cable O.D. 6 mm [0.24 in]

Maximum Cable O.D. 6.5 mm [0.26 in]

Color

2400 Per Box

100 Per Box

2400 Per Box

100 Per Box

White

2-737893-1

9-737893-1

2-336513-1

9-336513-1

Gray

2-737893-2

9-737893-2

2-336513-2

9-336513-2

Red

2-737893-3

9-737893-3

2-336513-3

9-336513-3

Blue

2-737893-4

9-737893-4

2-336513-4

9-336513-4

Green

2-737893-5

9-737893-5

2-336513-5

9-336513-5

Yellow

2-737893-6

9-737893-6

2-336513-6

9-336513-6

Black

2-737893-7

9-737893-7

2-336513-7

9-336513-7

Orange





2-336513-8

9-336513-8

Violet





2-336513-9

9-336513-9

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25 per Box

RACK HARDWARE & ACCESSORIES Equipment Racks........................................................................................................ 10-1 Hinged Wall Brackets for 19-Inch Panels .....................................................10-2 Double-Sided High-Density Vertical Cable Managers...........................10-3 Horizontal High-Density Cable Management.............................................10-3 High-Density Cable Management Accessories.........................................10-4 Horizontal Finger Duct Panels and Accessories.......................................10-5 Vertical Finger Duct Panels..................................................................................10-5 Hinged Patch Panel Accessories.......................................................................10-6 Horizontal Ringed Cable Management Panels..........................................10-6 Rack Mount Cable Trough.................................................................................... 10-7 Cable Support Bars.................................................................................................. 10-7 MRJ21 Cable Support Bars...................................................................................10-8

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Rack Hardware & Equipment Equipment Racks TE Connectivity offers a variety of rack options with two and four post racks to support todays moden telecommunications infrastructure. All racks are designed of high quality materials and construction to meet TIA, EIA and IEEE requirements. Each rack features mounting hole patterns per EIA-310-E standards.

FEATURES • Available in two and four post designs • Made of 6061-T6 aluminum alloy • Flat black powder coat finish • Features pre-tapped #12-24 mounting holes • Shipped unassembled with all components and instructions required to assemble a fully functional rack • Feature double sided, EIA universal rails with 0.625" (16 mm), 0.625" (16 mm), 0.5" (13 mm) mounting spaces • Three inch deep, two post rack features include: –– Universal junction hole pattern –– Conformance to EIA-310-E • Two post, high capacity network equipment racks offer increased cable capacity over standard racks. Features include: –– Large vertical cable duct for increased cable capacity and D-rings for out-of-the-box cable management –– Large side cable pass-thru holes for rack-to-rack cabling

Figure A

–– Adjustable waterfalls on top cable management trays

Figure B

–– Top angles with pre-drilled mounting holes for runway attachment –– Can be assembled for either 19" or 23" equipment • Four post network equipment racks offer stability, accessibility and open cooling with industry standard features. Features include: –– Nearly 360° of access – completely open to allow excess heat from equipment to quickly dissipate –– Stamped, RMU (rack mount unit) markings conform to EIA-310-E Figure C

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Channel Depth

Width (inches)

Height RMU (inches)

Figure

2 Post Rack

3"

19

45 (84)

A

1933559-1

2 Post Rack with Vertical Cable Management

6"

19 or 23

45 (84)

B

1933560-1

4 Post Rack

3"

19

45 (84)

C

1933570-1

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Part Number

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Rack Hardware & Equipment Hinged Wall Brackets for 19-Inch Panels FEATURES • Can be installed with hinges on either side for easier access • Provided with cable tie laces to aid in dressing cables, have multiple threaded holes allowing more than one panel to be mounted on a bracket, and rear entry cable holes

Figure A

ORDERING INFORMATION Panel Height

Depth

Figure

Part Number

1RU (1.75")

6"

2RU (3.5")

6"

558266-1

3RU (5.25")

6"

558268-1

4RU (7.00")

6"

558269-1

6RU (10.50")

6"

2111279-1

A

558267-1

Figure A 1U

Blank Panels FEATURES • 19" wide panels are designed for use in filling equipment rack voids

Figure B 1U

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Figure

1U [1.75"]

2U [3.50"]

3U [5.25"]

4U [7.00"]

5U [8.75"]

Standard

A

556965-1

556965-2

556965-3

556965-4

556965-5

Angled

B

1479992-1

1479992-2







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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Rack Hardware & Equipment Double-Sided High-Density Vertical Cable Managers FEATURES • Standard fingers are spaced 1RU vertically and are 8.5" deep • Gates have 9RU vertical spacing and are 8.5" deep • Two-piece doors with snap on hinges allow for quick opening from either side or complete removal • Six snap-on gates retain cables when doors are opened or removed • Easy installation, can be done in minutes using standard hand tools • Works with EIA-310-E compliant two and four post equipment racks using industry standard mounting holes • 1/4" accessory mounting holes run the full height on both sides of cable manager to accommodate the attachment of cable management accessories • S  eparator panel with pass through openings, vertical slots for attaching straps and keyhole slots for attaching spools, included with each manager • Front and rear vertical sections can be spaced apart when mounting on racks deeper than 3" (76 mm)

Figure A

Figure B

• Flat black powder coat aluminum with UL 94V-0 black plastic components • Vertical cable managers include: –– Front and Rear vertical cabling section, (4) doors, (6) gates, (50) push-in fasteners, (12) cable strap mounts, Separator panel and mounting hardware –– On 10" and 12" wide cable managers only: (2) spool kits are included

ORDERING INFORMATION

Part Number

Description

Figure

Front/Rear Duct Type

6"Width

10" Width

12" Width

High-Density Vertical Cable Manager, 84", Double-sided

A

Standard Fingers/ Standard Fingers

1933534-1

1933535-1

1933536-1

High-Density Combination Vertical Cable manager, 84", Double-sided

B

Standard Fingers/Gates

1933540-1

1933541-1

1933542-1

Horizontal High-Density Cable Management FEATURES • Snap-on removable hinged door remains open past 180° • #12-24 mounting hardware is included • Flat black powder coat aluminum with UL 94V-0 black plastic components

Single Sided

• Standard fingers are 5.5" deep

ORDERING INFORMATION Part Number Rack Mount Units (Height)

Single Sided

Double Sided

19"

Standard Fingers

1933530-1

1933531-1

2RU

19"

Standard Fingers Extended Fingers

1933532-1 1933566-1

1933533-1 1933567-1

3RU

19"

Standard Fingers

1933561-1

1933562-1

1RU

10-3

Width

Finger Type

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Rack Hardware & Equipment High-Density Cable Management Accessories FEATURES • Replacement door kits: –– Include an upper and lower door section –– Are for use with high-density double-sided and double-sided combination vertical cable managers • Finger brackets (Figure A):

Figure A

–– High-density finger bracket mounts directly to a relay rack and provides cable support at each rack mounting unit –– Fingers align with rack mounting units –– Includes (1) finger bracket and mounting hardware –– Flat black powder coat aluminum bracket with UL 94V-0 black plastic finger section • Cable spools (Figure B): –– Provide 1.1" (28 mm) bend radius –– Cable spools attach quickly to keyhole slots provided in mounting channels and optional back covers

Figure B

–– Facilitates storage and routing of cable –– Unique spool kit design provides for vertical and horizontal adjustability to suit any need –– Spool kits includes (2) spools, mounting channels and hardware –– Flat black powder coat steel with UL 94V-0 black plastic • Fasteners (Figure C): –– Used to quickly attach accessories to 1/4" (6 mm) mounting holes in cable manager –– Can be easily removed for relocation –– Standard pack: 100 pieces

Figure C

–– Black plastic UL 94V-2 • Cable strap mounts (Figure D): –– Provides attachment for cable straps up to 3/4" (19 mm) wide –– Attach with push-in fastener 1933554-1 to 1/4" (6 mm) accessory mounting holes in cable manager –– Standard pack: 100 pieces –– Black plastic UL 94V-0 Figure D

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number Figure

Replacement Door Kits

6" Width

10" Width

12" Width

1933556-1

1933557-1

1933558-1

Part Number Finger Bracket

A

1933552-1

Cable Spools

B

1933553-1

Fasteners

C

1933554-1

Cable Strap Mounts

D

1933555-1

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Rack Hardware & Equipment Horizontal Finger Duct Panels and Accessories FEATURES • Cable management accessories for EIA standard 19-inch equipment racks

Figure A - Standard Cover

• Suitable  for high-performance twisted pair and optical fiber distribution cables and patch cords • Horizontal finger duct panels available in single and double-sided versions • Extended covers bridge the gap between finger duct and vertical cable management

Figure B - Standard Cover

ORDERING INFORMATION Part Number Description

Panel Height Front (HxD)

Single Sided

1RU (1.75") 2RU (3.50")

Cable Management Panel Double Sided

1RU (1.75")

Rear Replacement Covers

Rear (HxD)

Extended Covers



1375161-1

1375161-2

1.5" x 3"



1375162-1

1375162-2

3.0" x 3"



1.5" x 2"

1" x 4"

Figure

A

1375163-1

1375163-2

1375160-1

1375160-2

1375159-1

1375159-2

1375158-1

1375158-2

1.5" x 3"

1" x 4"

3.0" x 3"

2" x 4"

1RU (1.75")





1479225-1

1479225-2

2RU (3.50")





1479222-1

1479222-2

1RU (1.75")





1479224-1



2RU (3.50")





1479223-1



2RU (3.50") Front Replacement Covers

Standard Covers

1."5 x 2"

B

Vertical Finger Duct Panels FEATURES • Cable management accessories for EIA standard 19-inch equipment racks • Suitable for high-performance twisted pair and optical fiber distribution cables and patch cords • Vertical finger duct panels available in single and double-sided versions • Center mount vertical finger duct panels mount between racks for added stability

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Figure A

Mounting Position Side Mount

Single-Sided Center Mount

Side Mount Double-Sided Center Mount

10-5

Panel Height

Front (W x D)

35"

4" x 5"

78"

4" x 5"

35"

4" x 5"

Rear (W x D)

Figure B Figure

Part Number

A

1375165-1

B

1375167-1

A

1375164-1

1375258-1

78"

4" x 5"

35"

4" x 5"

4" x 5"

1375260-1

78"

4" x 5"

4" x 5"

35"

4" x 5"

4" x 5"

78"

4" x 5"

4" x 5"

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1375257-1 B

1375166-1 1375259-1

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Rack Hardware & Equipment Hinged Patch Panel Accessories FEATURES • For use with standard patch panels for hinged application where access behind patch panel is limited • Hinged  feature allows patch panel to be folded down for easy access to the back of the panel, while snapping securely into place for normal use

Figure A

• Cable management panels have special ring spacing for hinged applications • Hinged  panels may not be stacked adjacent to one another in a rack without a cable management panel with a 1/2" of empty space between them Figure B

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Rack Mount Units

Figure

1RU (1.75”)

Patch Panel Hinge Kit

1479582-1

2RU (3.50”)

A

1RU (1.75”)

Cable Management Panel for Hinged Patch Panels

Part Number

1479402-1 1479732-1

2RU (3.50”)

B

1479733-1 Open

Closed (Installed)

Horizontal Ringed Cable Management Panels FEATURES • Panels mount to the front of 19-inch racks and provide for the orderly dressing and routing of cable assemblies • Threaded studs on the back of the panels allow the installation of an optional Cable Support Bar (see this chapter)

Figure A

• 2U (3.50") 569049-1 comes with cable clips

ORDERING INFORMATION Figure B Description

Height

Figure

1RU Panel

1.75"

A

558329-1

2RU Panel

3.50"

B

558331-1

10-6

Part Number

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Rack Hardware & Equipment Rack Mount Cable Trough FEATURES • Light weight durable 11 AWG aluminum

Figure A

• Fit standard 19-inch racks • Top trough features: –– Down-radiused cable exit to vertical cable management –– Dimensions (overall): 4.20" H x 19.00" W x 3.75" D –– Mounts in 1RU (1.75") of rack space Figure B

• Bottom/middle trough features: –– Dimensions (overall): 5.22" H x 19.00" W x 3.75" D –– Mounts in 3RU (5.25") of rack space • Mounts to standard EIA hole pattern • Provide cable management within the rack bay or multiple rack line-ups

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Figure

Top Trough

A

Part Numbers 559370-1

Bottom/Middle Trough

B

559369-1

Figure A

Cable Support Bars

Figure B

FEATURES • Designed to provide additional cable support and routing control in the rear of 19-inch racks and panels

Figure C

• C  able support bars that mount directly to rack provide the best support. Other bars are available for specialty application

ORDERING INFORMATION Mounting

Figure

Compatible with Panel

Part Number

Mounts to Back of Rack, 5" deep

A

557548-1

Mounts to Back of Rack, 2" deep

B

406042-1

Mounts to Back of Cable Management Panels

558329, 558331

Mounts to Back of 110Connect and SL Series Patch Panels Mounts to Back of 1RU XG and SL Series Multimedia Patch Panels

10-7

558301-1 1479860-1

C

1933425-1

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Rack Hardware & Equipment MRJ21 Cable Support Bars FEATURES • Mounts to the back of 19-inch racks • Designed to provide additional cable support and routing control behind 19-inch racks and panels

Figure A

Figure B

• MRJ21 slotted manager bar for easy tie down • Horizontal and vertical mounting option for MRJ21 tie down bar

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

MRJ21 Cable Manager Bar

10-8

Depth

Figure

Part Number

6"

A

1933352-1

9"

B

1933352-2

12"

C

1933352-3

16"

D

1933352-4

Figure C

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Figure D

MISCELLANEOUS DAS integration panel................................................................................................11-1 Empty Multifunction Chassis.................................................................................11-2 DS1, DS3 and Category 5e Modules..................................................................11-2 Fiber Connector/Adapter Cleaning Kit............................................................11-3 Private Network MPO Connector Cleaning Kit...........................................11-3 Fiber Inspection Kit................................................................................................... 11-4 NEOCLEAN Stick Cleaner...................................................................................... 11-5 LC and SC Connector Cleaner (In Bulkhead Cleaner)........................... 11-5 Protective Tubing Cutting Tool........................................................................... 11-6 Grounding Kit................................................................................................................ 11-6 Grounding/Moisture Blocking Kits.................................................................... 11-6 Velcro Cable Ties ........................................................................................................11-7 AMP-TY Nylon Cable Ties.......................................................................................11-7 Grounding Lug Kit.......................................................................................................11-7 Vertical Cable guide kit........................................................................................... 11-8 Adapters.......................................................................................................................... 11-8 Attenuators...................................................................................................................11-10

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems DAS Integration Panel The DAS Integration Panel provides a structured component interface between the RF source and DAS host units. A single DAS Integration Panel can combine up to three BTS with up to four DAS Main Hubs/Host Units. The DAS Integration Panel contains all required RF components, thus reducing installation complexity and labor costs. The DAS Integration Panel is compatible with InterReach Unison, Fusion, and Spectrum, and FlexWave Prism products.

Front

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS • Single panel integrates up to three BTS for connection to Distributed Antenna System (DAS) • Configurable for duplex or simplex operation on each BTS • Low PIM (Passive Intermodulation) design • Separate DL power level adjustments, 0 to 50 dB in 1 dB steps • Common UL power level adjustment, 0 to 50 dB in 1 dB steps • 85 dB isolation between DL and UL • Configurable for one to four Main Hubs/Host Units • No electrical power required • Each chassis is band specific • 19 inch rack mountable, 3U high chassis • DIN 7/16 connectors at duplex ports for low PIM performance • N Female connectors at all other ports • Compatible with InterReach Unison, Fusion, Spectrum, and Flexwave Prism DAS

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number

850 MHz DAS Integration Panel

INP-850-1

1900 MHz DAS Integration Panel

INP-1900-1

850 and 1900 MHz DAS Integration Panel

INP-8519-1

700 MHz (Lower ABC) DAS Integration Panel

INP-700ABC-1

700 MHz (Upper C) DAS Integration Panel

INP-700UC-1

AWS DAS Integration Panel

INP-AWS-1

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems DAS Integration Panel DAS INTEGRATION PANEL CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR INP-850-1 AND INP-1900-1 RF Source #2

RF Source #1 Duplex #1 or Simplex DL #1

10 dB 100 W Attenuation DL output 0-50 dB Variable Attenuation

Simplex UL #1

DL output DL output DL output

Duplex #2 or Simplex DL #2 Simplex UL #2 10 dB 100 W Attenuation

Duplexer/Splitter Array UL input

RF Source #3

Duplex #3 or Simplex DL #3

10 dB 100 W Attenuation

0-50 dB Variable Attenuation

UL input UL input UL input

Simplex UL #3

SPECIFICATIONS

Downlink

Uplink

RF FREQUENCY OPTIONS 850 MHz Band: Bandwidth:

869-894 MHz 25 MHz

824-849 MHz 25 MHz

1900 MHz Band: Bandwidth:

1930-1990 MHz 60 MHz

1850-1910 MHz 60 MHz

Power input (max): PIM (@2x43 dBm): Insertion loss Port A (min): Insertion loss Port B and C (min): Isolation (DL-UL): Adjustment Range: Adjustment Step: Return Loss (min): Connectors – Duplex: Connectors (all others):

48 dBm/port -160 dBc typical 28 dB 31 dB 85 dB 50 dB 1 dB 14 dB DIN 7/16 female N female

24 dB 27 dB 50 dB 1 dB 14 dB N female

DIMENSIONS Height x Width x Depth: 5.25"x 17.25" x 21" (133.4 mm x 438 mm x 533.4 mm) (3U) (excluding angle brackets for 19" rack mounting of chassis) Weight: 45 lb (20 kg) ENVIRONMENTAL Operating Temperature: Non-Operating Temperature: Operating Humidity:

11-2

0 to +45° C -20 to +85° C 5 to 95%

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems DAS Integration Panel DAS INTEGRATION PANEL CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR INP-8519-1 Cell RF Source #1 Duplex #1 or Simplex DL #1

10 dB 100 W Attenuation

DL1 output DL1 output 0-50 dB Variable Attenuation

Simplex UL #1

UL1 input UL1 input Duplexer/Splitter Array

DL2 output DL2 output

PCS RF Source #2

Duplex #2 or Simplex DL #2

0-50 dB Variable Attenuation

10 dB 100 W Attenuation

UL2 input UL2 input

Simplex UL #2

SPECIFICATIONS

Downlink

Uplink

RF FREQUENCY OPTIONS 850 MHz Band: Bandwidth:

869-894 MHz 25 MHz

824-849 MHz 25 MHz

1900 MHz Band: Bandwidth:

1930-1990 MHz 60 MHz

1850-1910 MHz 60 MHz

Power input (max): PIM (@2x43 dBm): Insertion loss (min): Isolation (DL-UL): Adjustment Range: Adjustment Step: Return Loss (min): Connectors – Duplex: Connectors (all others):

48 dBm/port -160 dBc typical 21 dB 85 dB 50 dB 1 dB 14 dB DIN 7/16 female N female

15 dB 50 dB 1 dB 14 dB N female

DIMENSIONS Height x Width x Depth: 5.25"x 17.25" x 21" (133.4 mm x 438 mm x 533.4 mm) (3U) (excluding angle brackets for 19" rack mounting of chassis) Weight: 45 lb (20 kg) ENVIRONMENTAL Operating Temperature: Non-Operating Temperature: Operating Humidity:

11-3

0 to +45° C -20 to +85° C 5 to 95%

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems DAS Integration Panel DAS INTEGRATION PANEL CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR INP-700ABC-1, INP-700UC-1, AND INP-AWS-1 MIMO 1 RF Source #1 Duplex #1 or Simplex DL #1

10 dB 100 W Attenuation

DL1 output DL1 output 0-50 dB Variable Attenuation

Simplex UL #1

UL1 input UL1 input Duplexer/Splitter Array

DL2 output DL2 output

MIMO 2 RF Source #2

Duplex #2 or Simplex DL #2

0-50 dB Variable Attenuation

10 dB 100 W Attenuation

UL2 input UL2 input

Simplex UL #2

SPECIFICATIONS

Downlink

Uplink

RF FREQUENCY OPTIONS 700 MHz (Lower ABC) Band: Bandwidth:

728-746 MHz 18 MHz

698-716 MHz 18 MHz

700 MHz (Upper C) Band: Bandwidth:

746-757 MHz 11 MHz

776-787 MHz 11 MHz

AWS Band: Bandwidth:

2110-2155 MHz 45 MHz

1710-1755 MHz 45 MHz

Power input (max): PIM (@2x43 dBm): Insertion loss (min): Isolation (DL-UL): Adjustment Range: Adjustment Step: Return Loss (min): Connectors – Duplex: Connectors (all others):

48 dBm/port -160 dBc typical 21 dB 85 dB 50 dB 1 dB 14 dB DIN 7/16 female N female

15 dB 50 dB 1 dB 14 dB N female

DIMENSIONS Height x Width x Depth: 5.25"x 17.25" x 21" (133.4 mm x 438 mm x 533.4 mm) (3U) (excluding angle brackets for 19" rack mounting of chassis) Weight: 45 lb (20 kg) ENVIRONMENTAL Operating Temperature: Non-Operating Temperature: Operating Humidity:

11-4

0 to +45° C -20 to +85° C 5 to 95%

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems FlexWave Active Integration Panel (AIP) The Active DAS Integration Panel provides a structured component interface between the RF source and DAS host units. A single Active DAS Integration Panel supports up to 8 base station TX/RX inputs. The Active DAS Integration Panel contains all required RF components, thus reducing installation complexity and labor costs. The Active DAS Integration Panel is compatible with Fusion, Spectrum and Flexwave Prism products.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS • Supports up to 8 base station TX/RX Inputs • Input Range 0.25W to 100W • Remote control and monitoring via web • Monitors UL & DL power levels • Supports ALC in DL path with user configured alarm threshold and automatic attenuation • Combiner/Splitter tray can be field re-configured • Diagnostic tone for commissioning, self-mapping & troubleshooting • CW tone tunable across the passband • Supports IPv4 and IPv6 • Ability to address up to 32 chassis with one IP address • Meets NEBS carrier grade level 1 Requirements

RF PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS The RF modules are band specific, plug-in and hot-swappable Frequency and bands supported: E-UTRA Band/Other Band 5 (850 Cell)

Uplink (RX) Frequency (MHz)

869-894

824-849

Band 25 (1900 PCS)

1930-1995

1850-1915

Band 4 (2100 AWS)

2110-2155

1710-1755

Band 12 (700 ABC)

728-746

698-716

Band 13 (700 UC)

746-757

776-787

iDEN800

851-869

806-824

iDEN900

935-941

896-902

Passband Ripple (TX and RX): PIM performance: Input power range: Overpower protection: Downlink Gain range: Power balancing: Uplink Gain Range: Input Return loss: Output Return loss:

11-5

Downlink (TX) Frequency (MHz)

100Watts over 5 seconds -75 to -5dB Supports user settable downlink ALC thresholds for power balancing neutral host arrangements -30 to 0dB 18dB 14dB

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Active DAS Integration Panel (AIP) SOFTWARE SPECIFICATIONS • Controls and monitors up to 32 cascaded AIPs • Cascading allows for the use of one IP address with a single connection to the NOC • AIP software is not integrated with the DAS software for integrated system management • Supports IPv4 and IPv6 • Supports remote software updates • Provides remote downlink and uplink gain control • Monitors uplink and downlink power levels • Provides user settable thresholds for under and over power alarms COMBINER SPLITTER UNIT’S (CSUs) COMBINE AND SIMULCAST SPLIT CONFIGURATIONS • Houses passive power dividers for combining up to four band specific RF modules and splitting up to four different zones • Four standard configurations offered • Plug-in design supports reconfiguration of the CSU in the field. • RF power detectors located at the CSU’s output and diagnostic tones in the RF modules aid in trouble shooting, and commissioning

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number

Chassis

AIP-HU-1

Control module

AIP-CU-1

Split/Comb Tray Config1

AIP-CSU-1

Split/Comb Tray Config2

AIP-CSU-2

Split/Comb Tray Config3

AIP-CSU-3

Split/Comb Tray Config4

AIP-CSU-4

700ABC RF Module

AIP-BIU700ABC-1

700UC RF Module

AIP-BIU700UC-1

800 MHz RF Module

AIP-BIU800-1

850MHz RF Module

AIP-BIU850-1

1900MHz RF Module

AIP-BIU1900-1

2100MHz RF Module

AIP-BIUAWS-1

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Miscellaneous The MiniDSX Multifunction panel is used in environments where multiple transmission rates and media need to be connected. This includes: voice circuits, alarm connections, DSX1, DSX3, Cat 5e, Cat 6, and Cat 6a. The flexibility to connect various types of media in one panel simplifies equipment connections and provides a convenient test access point as well as a convenient location for rearranging and restoring circuits.

Empty Multifunction Chassis ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Part Number

Empty Multifunction Chassis Holds 3 modules, HxW: 1.75" x 19"/23"

MDP-CH

MDP-CH

DS1, DS3 and Category 5e Modules ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Part Number

DS1 Module Front 3-port bantam jacks; rear cross-connect wire-wrap

DS-1 MDP-H DS-1 MDP-H

DS3 Modules Front 3-port midsize jacks; rear cross-connect BNC

DS-3 MDP-RAHM

All front access 3-port midsize jacks; cross-connect BNC

DS-3 MDP-FAM

Category 5e RJ Modules 16-Port; front RJ45, rear RJ45

C5-MDP-RJRJ-16

16-Port; front RJ45, rear LSA-PLUS IDC

C5-MDP-RJIL-16

DS-3 MDP-RAHM

DS-3 MDP-FAM

C5-MDP-RJRJ-16 or C5-MDP-RJIL-16

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Miscellaneous Fiber Connector/Adapter Cleaning Kit The fiber connector/adapter cleaning kit contains all the items required to adequately clean fiber connectors and adapters. The performance of an optical fiber system is largely dependent on the fiber connector cleaning procedures followed prior to installation. It is suggested that all the connectors and adapters be cleaned before making any connections. The kit cleans approximately 500 connectors or adapters.

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number

Fiber Connector/Adapter Cleaning Kit (wet cleaning method) Includes: • Instruction sheet • Lint-free wipes • Isopropyl alcohol • Cotton swabs • Lint-free pipe cleaners • Oil-free compressed air

FPC-CLNKIT

Includes FPC-CLNKIT plus the dry wipe cleaning cassette and refill Dry Wipe Cleaning Cassette and Refill

FPC-CLNKIT1 FPC-CLNKIT2

This kit contains flammable alcohol and compressed air. For this reason, it can be shipped by surface method only

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Miscellaneous Fiber Inspection Kit

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Image

Quantity

Part Number

Optical Fiber Inspection and Cleaning Kit for Standard Connector Styles (LC, SC, ST, FC), MT-RJ, and MPO. Kit includes everything needed to perform routine fiber maintenance and troubleshooting including cleaning tools, an inspection microscope, a visual fault locator, and a CD-ROM with detailed inspection, cleaning instructions and a rugged carrying case. Kit components:

A

1

2064651-1

Visual Fault Locator (VFL)) with 1.25 MM Adapter

B

1

1828352-2

200x Microscope with 2.5 mm Adapter

C

1

1754767-1

1.25 mm (LC) Microscope Adapter

D

1

1754765-1

MT-RJ Microscope Adapter

E

1

1754768-1

MPOA Microscope Adapter

F

1

1828837-1

MPO Microscope Adapter

G

1

1828836-1

Termination Training, CD-ROM

H

1

2064710-1

2.5 mm Stick Cleaners (10/package)

I

5

1918807-1

1.25 mm Stick Cleaners (10/package)

J

5

1918808-1

One Slot Reel Cleaner

K

1

1918803-1

MT-RJ w/pins Reel Cleaner

L

1

1918804-1

SC in Bulkhead Cleaner (IBC)

M

1

2064499-1

LC IBC

N

1

2064500-1

MPO IBC

O

1

1918809-1

Premium Hard Case

P

1

TBD

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Miscellaneous NEOCLEAN Stick Cleaner FEATURES • Dry cloth stick cleaners utilize a densely woven micro-fiber cloth to clean fiber optic connector tips while reducing static charge • Perforated handle for customizing length and angle • Overall stick length: 151 mm (5.94") • 250 Sticks per package

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number

Stick Cleaner - 2.5 mm Tip Diameter

1918807-1

Stick Cleaner - 1.25 mm Tip Diameter

1918808-1

LC and SC Connector Cleaner (In Bulkhead Cleaner) Figure A

FEATURES • Dry cloth cleaners specially designed to clean single fiber connectors in adapters, bulkheads, and faceplates • Dust cap of the cleaner acts as an adapter for cleaning unmated connectors • Extended tip reaches recessed connectors • Removes dust and oil contamination • Disposable cleaner with 525+ cleanings per unit

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Figure

Part Number

LC Connector Cleaner (In Bulkhead Cleaner)

A

2064500-1

SC Connector Cleaner (In Bulkhead Cleaner)

B

2064499-1

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Figure B

Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Miscellaneous Protective Tubing Cutting Tool The protective tubing cutting tool is used to score the protective tubing so the tubing can be cut to the appropriate lengths for the final installation.

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Part Number

Protective tubing cutting tool

BLK-BK0TUB

Grounding Kit

Set Screws

Cable Assembly Lug

Kit used to ground armored fiber cable.

10-24 Screw

ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description Grounding kit for; Armored OSP cable Includes: One cable assembly lug type ground kit One #6 ground cable 229 mm (9") long  ny armored loose tube or buffer tubed fiber A OSP cable Includes: One bullet ground connector One #6 ground cable 127 mm (5") long F  rame mount configuration Any armored loose tube or buffer tubed OSP cable Includes: One bullet ground connector One #6 ground cable 305 mm (12") long

Grounding Kit (GAK-FEC001 Shown)

Part Number

GAK-FEC001 2 Securing Nuts Top

GND-STPKIT

Base Bullet Ground Connector

FEC-ACCGND02

#6 Ground Cable

Grounding Kit (GND-STPKIT Shown)

Grounding/Moisture Blocking Kits Kit used to properly block gel filled stranded and ribbon cables. ORDERING INFORMATION Product Description

Part Number

Grounding/Moisture blocking kit; Includes components for grounding and blocking gel filled fiber cables: blocking gel, heat shrink and grounding accessories

FBK-0SP002

Moisture blocking kit; Includes components for blocking gel filled fiber cables: syringe, blocking gel

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Miscellaneous Velcro Cable Ties FEATURES Figure A

For 8-inch and 12-inch ties, an order quantity of one equals one roll of ten ties.

ORDERING INFORMATION

Figure B Part Number

Description

Figure

1" x 8"

A

Black

Blue

1375253-2



1" x 12"

B

1375254-2



5/8" x 5 yards

C

1375255-2

1375255-6

1375256-2



1" x 12" Flame Retardant*

* NOTE: Complies with NEC 300-22(c) and (d) for use in environmental air handling spaces. Available in black only.

Figure C

AMP-TY Nylon Cable Ties ORDERING INFORMATION Dimensions (Approximate) Length

Width

Thickness

Minimum Tensile Strength

Maximum Bundle Diameter

Package Quantity

Part Number Natural

Black

2-604771-9

2-604771-0

4" (103.0 mm)

0.096" (2.44 mm)

0.037" (0.94 mm)

18 lbs (80.1 N)

0.75" (19.10 mm)

1000 100

1-604771-9

1-604771-0

6" (155.0 mm)

0.140" (3.56 mm)

0.045" (1.14 mm)

30 lbs (133.5 N)

1.25" (31.75 mm)

1000

2-603227-9

2-603227-0

100

1-603227-9

1-603227-0

8" (204.0 mm)

0.184" (4.67 mm)

0.047" (1.19 mm)

50 lbs (222.5 N)

1.75" (44.45 mm)

1000

2-604772-9

2-604772-0

100

1-604772-9

1-604772-0

12" (300.0 mm)

0.183" (4.65 mm)

0.051" (1.30 mm)

50 lbs (222.5 N)

3.00" (76.20 mm)

1000

2-604751-9

2-604751-0

100

1-604751-9

1-604751-0

Grounding Lug Kit FEATURES • Use for grounding panels to locations other than rack • Accommodates a maximum wire size of 6 AWG

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number

Grounding Lug Kit

556438-1

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Miscellaneous Vertical Cable guide kit The Vertical Cable Guide is a simple method to use to manage either fiber, or coaxial cables entering and exiting from the front of equipment housed in a vertical rack. The kit contains 2-3” vertical cable guides and 4 edge protectors.

ORDERING INFORMATION Description Vertical Cable Guide Kit

Part Number VCG-31CS

Adapters SIMPLEX AND DUPLEX ADAPTERS Bulkhead adapters are available for all standard connector types in both singlemode and multimode. The adapters are color coded allowing easy identification of the adapter type. The adapter sleeve aligns the ferrules and holds them in place. All singlemode and multimode adapters include zirconia alignment sleeves. Zirconia sleeves provide tight tolerances, generally required for angled physical contact (APC) connectors, but also excellent for ultra physical contact (UPC) and multimode connectors. LC small-form-factor adapters are available as duplex, enabling two connectors to be used in the same footprint as the SC connector. Adapters

Description

Part Number*

Simplex adapters

Singlemode SC

FBA-SC



Singlemode SC - no flange

FBA-SCNF



Singlemode FC - round adapter

FBA-FR



Multimode SC

FBA-MSC



Multimode SC- no flange

FBA-MSCNF



Singlemode LC

FBA-LC-Z-NF



Singlemode LC - angled polish, no flange

FBA-ALCZNF



Singlemode SC - angled polish

FBA-ASCZ

Duplex adapters

Singlemode SC

FBA-DSCNF



Multimode SC

FBA-DMSCNF



Singlemode LC – no flange

FBA-DLC-Z-NF



Multimode LC

FBA-DMLCNF



Singlemode SC - angled polish

FBA-DASCZNF



Singlemode LC - angled polish

FBA-ALCZ

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Connectivity Solutions for Distributed Antenna Systems Miscellaneous Attenuators IN-LINE ATTENUATORS A fiber optic attenuator is an optical device that induces a calibrated fixed loss between two connectors, which dampens, or attenuates the fiber optic signal. Attenuation is required if an optical signal has too much power, exceeding the operating range of the equipment, which causes saturation at the receiver and induces system errors or failures.

In-Line FC Attenuator

Adapter

ORDERING INFORMATION Description

Part Number*

In-Line Attenuator Attenuation

05 dB

FOA-INLC05



10 dB

FOA-INLC010



15 dB

FOA-INLC015



20 dB

FOA-INLC020

05 dB

FOA-INSC05



10 dB

FOA-INSC10



15 dB

FOA-INSC15



20 dB

FOA-INSC20

±0.75 dB



>5 dB

±10%

SC angled polish

05 dB

FOA-INASC05



10 dB

FOA-INASC10



15 dB

FOA-INASC15



20 dB

FOA-INASC20

*O  ther attenuation values and connector styles are available upon request. Please contact TE Technical Assistance Center.

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Tolerance

≤5 dB

SC ultra polish

Connector/ Patch Cord



LC ultra polish

In-Line SC Attenuator

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TE Connectivity DAS Ordering Guide Index Part Number 1-603227-0.........................................................11-12 1-603227-9.........................................................11-12 1-604751-0..........................................................11-12 1-604751-9..........................................................11-12 1-604771-0..........................................................11-12 1-604771-9..........................................................11-12 1-604772-0.........................................................11-12 1-604772-9.........................................................11-12 1-1499150-0.......................................................... 9-1 1-1499150-2.......................................................... 9-1 1-1499150-5.......................................................... 9-1 1-1933116-0............................................................ 9-1 1-1933116-2............................................................ 9-1 1-1933116-4............................................................ 9-1 1-1933116-5............................................................ 9-1 1-1933116-6............................................................ 9-1 1-1933117-0............................................................ 9-1 1-1933117-2............................................................. 9-1 1-1933117-4............................................................ 9-1 1-1933117-5............................................................. 9-1 1-1933117-6............................................................ 9-1 1-1933118-0............................................................ 9-1 1-1933118-2............................................................ 9-1 1-1933118-4............................................................ 9-1 1-1933118-5............................................................ 9-1 1-1933118-6............................................................ 9-1 1-1933119-0............................................................ 9-1 1-1933119-2............................................................ 9-1 1-1933119-4............................................................ 9-1 1-1933119-5............................................................ 9-1 1-1933119-6............................................................ 9-1 1-1933120-0.......................................................... 9-1 1-1933120-2........................................................... 9-1 1-1933120-4........................................................... 9-1 1-1933120-5........................................................... 9-1 1-1933120-6........................................................... 9-1 1-1933121-0............................................................ 9-1 1-1933121-2............................................................. 9-1 1-1933121-4............................................................ 9-1 1-1933121-5............................................................ 9-1 1-1933121-6............................................................ 9-1 1-1933122-0........................................................... 9-1 1-1933122-2........................................................... 9-1 1-1933122-4........................................................... 9-1 1-1933122-5........................................................... 9-1 1-1933122-6........................................................... 9-1 1-1933123-0........................................................... 9-1 1-1933123-2........................................................... 9-1 1-1933123-4........................................................... 9-1 1-1933123-5........................................................... 9-1 1-1933123-6........................................................... 9-1

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1-1933124-0........................................................... 9-1 1-1933124-2........................................................... 9-1 1-1933124-4........................................................... 9-1 1-1933124-5........................................................... 9-1 1-1933124-6........................................................... 9-1 1F6818-000.........................................................4-5 2-336513-1............................................................9-5 2-336513-2..........................................................9-5 2-336513-3..........................................................9-5 2-336513-4..........................................................9-5 2-336513-5..........................................................9-5 2-336513-6..........................................................9-5 2-336513-7...........................................................9-5 2-336513-8..........................................................9-5 2-336513-9..........................................................9-5 2-603227-0........................................................11-12 2-603227-9........................................................11-12 2-604751-0.........................................................11-12 2-604751-9.........................................................11-12 2-604771-0........................................................11-12 2-604771-9.........................................................11-12 2-604772-0.......................................................11-12 2-604772-9........................................................11-12 2-737893-1...........................................................9-5 2-737893-2..........................................................9-5 2-737893-3..........................................................9-5 2-737893-4.........................................................9-5 2-737893-5..........................................................9-5 2-737893-6.........................................................9-5 2-737893-7..........................................................9-5 2-1499150-5......................................................... 9-1 2-1933116-0........................................................... 9-1 2-1933116-5........................................................... 9-1 2-1933117-0........................................................... 9-1 2-1933117-5........................................................... 9-1 2-1933118-0........................................................... 9-1 2-1933118-5........................................................... 9-1 2-1933119-0........................................................... 9-1 2-1933119-5........................................................... 9-1 2-1933120-0......................................................... 9-1 2-1933120-5.......................................................... 9-1 2-1933121-0........................................................... 9-1 2-1933121-5........................................................... 9-1 2-1933122-0.......................................................... 9-1 2-1933122-5.......................................................... 9-1 2-1933123-0.......................................................... 9-1 2-1933123-5.......................................................... 9-1 2-1933124-0......................................................... 9-1 2-1933124-5.......................................................... 9-1 3-1933116-0........................................................... 9-1 3-1933117-0........................................................... 9-1 3-1933118-0........................................................... 9-1

3-1933119-0........................................................... 9-1 3-1933120-0......................................................... 9-1 3-1933121-0........................................................... 9-1 3-1933122-0.......................................................... 9-1 3-1933123-0.......................................................... 9-1 3-1933124-0......................................................... 9-1 4-1933116-0.......................................................... 9-1 4-1933117-0........................................................... 9-1 4-1933118-0.......................................................... 9-1 4-1933119-0.......................................................... 9-1 4-1933120-0......................................................... 9-1 4-1933121-0........................................................... 9-1 4-1933122-0......................................................... 9-1 4-1933123-0......................................................... 9-1 4-1933124-0......................................................... 9-1 5-1375202-3........................................................9-5 5-1375202-4........................................................9-5 5-1375204-3........................................................9-5 5-1375204-4.......................................................9-5 5-1479184-3.........................................................9-5 5-1479184-4........................................................9-5 5-1479185-3.........................................................9-5 5-1479185-4.........................................................9-5 5-1933116-0........................................................... 9-1 5-1933117-0........................................................... 9-1 5-1933118-0........................................................... 9-1 5-1933119-0........................................................... 9-1 5-1933120-0......................................................... 9-1 5-1933121-0........................................................... 9-1 5-1933122-0.......................................................... 9-1 5-1933123-0.......................................................... 9-1 5-1933124-0......................................................... 9-1 9-336513-1...........................................................9-5 9-336513-2..........................................................9-5 9-336513-3..........................................................9-5 9-336513-4..........................................................9-5 9-336513-5..........................................................9-5 9-336513-6..........................................................9-5 9-336513-7..........................................................9-5 9-336513-8..........................................................9-5 9-336513-9..........................................................9-5 9-737893-1...........................................................9-5 9-737893-2.........................................................9-5 9-737893-3.........................................................9-5 9-737893-4.........................................................9-5 9-737893-5.........................................................9-5 9-737893-6.........................................................9-5 9-737893-7..........................................................9-5 40606V-000.....................................................4-5 41606V-000.......................................................4-5 056395-000...................................................... 4-7 57581K-000........................................................4-6

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671575-000........................................................ 4-7 693979-000.............................................4-6, 4-8 829333-000.......................................................4-6 888498-000............................................4-6, 4-8 1375013-2.............................................................9-2 1375014-2.............................................................9-2 1375015-2.............................................................9-2 1375016-2.............................................................9-2 1375158-1............................................................. 10-5 1375158-2............................................................ 10-5 1375159-1............................................................. 10-5 1375159-2............................................................ 10-5 1375160-1............................................................. 10-5 1375160-2........................................................... 10-5 1375161-1.............................................................. 10-5 1375161-2............................................................. 10-5 1375162................................................................ 10-5 1375162-1............................................................. 10-5 1375162-2............................................................ 10-5 1375163-1............................................................. 10-5 1375163-2............................................................ 10-5 1375164-1............................................................. 10-5 1375165-1............................................................. 10-5 1375166-1............................................................. 10-5 1375167-1............................................................. 10-5 1375253-2............................................................11-12 1375254-2...........................................................11-12 1375255-2............................................................11-12 1375255-6............................................................11-12 1375256-2............................................................11-12 1375257-1............................................................ 10-5 1375258-1............................................................ 10-5 1375259-1............................................................ 10-5 1375260-1........................................................... 10-5 1479222-1............................................................ 10-5 1479222-2.......................................................... 10-5 1479223-1............................................................ 10-5 1479224-1............................................................ 10-5 1479225-1............................................................ 10-5 1479225-2.......................................................... 10-5 1479402-1...........................................................10-6 1479582-1............................................................10-6 1479732-1............................................................10-6 1479733-1............................................................10-6 1479860-1........................................................... 10-7 1479992-1........................................................... 10-2 1479992-2.......................................................... 10-2 1499033-1.............................................................9-4 1499033-2...........................................................9-4 1499033-3...........................................................9-4 1499033-4...........................................................9-4 1499033-5...........................................................9-4

1499033-6...........................................................9-4 1499033-7............................................................9-4 1499033-8...........................................................9-4 1499038-1.............................................................9-4 1499038-2...........................................................9-4 1499038-3...........................................................9-4 1499038-4...........................................................9-4 1499038-5...........................................................9-4 1499038-6...........................................................9-4 1499038-7...........................................................9-4 1499038-8...........................................................9-4 1499150-3............................................................. 9-1 1499150-5............................................................. 9-1 1499150-7.............................................................. 9-1 1499600-2...........................................................9-2 1499601-2............................................................9-2 1754765-1..............................................................11-9 1754767-1..............................................................11-9 1754768-1..............................................................11-9 1828352-2............................................................11-9 1828836-1.............................................................11-9 1828837-1..............................................................11-9 1918803-1..............................................................11-9 1918804-1..............................................................11-9 1918807-1.................................................. 11-9, 11-10 1918808-1.................................................. 11-9, 11-10 1918809-1..............................................................11-9 1933047-1.............................................................9-3 1933047-2............................................................9-3 1933047-3............................................................9-3 1933047-4...........................................................9-3 1933047-5............................................................9-3 1933047-6............................................................9-3 1933047-7............................................................9-3 1933047-8............................................................9-3 1933116-2............................................................... 9-1 1933116-3............................................................... 9-1 1933116-4............................................................... 9-1 1933116-5............................................................... 9-1 1933116-6............................................................... 9-1 1933116-7................................................................ 9-1 1933116-8............................................................... 9-1 1933116-9............................................................... 9-1 1933117-2................................................................ 9-1 1933117-3................................................................ 9-1 1933117-4................................................................ 9-1 1933117-5................................................................ 9-1 1933117-6................................................................ 9-1 1933117-7................................................................ 9-1 1933117-8................................................................ 9-1 1933117-9................................................................ 9-1 1933118-2................................................................ 9-1

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1933124-7............................................................... 9-1 1933124-8.............................................................. 9-1 1933124-9.............................................................. 9-1 1933352...............................................................10-8 1933352-1............................................................10-8 1933352-2..........................................................10-8 1933352-3..........................................................10-8 1933352-4..........................................................10-8 1933425-1........................................................... 10-7 1933458-1.............................................................9-2 1933530-1........................................................... 10-3 1933531-1............................................................. 10-3 1933532-1............................................................ 10-3 1933533-1........................................................... 10-3 1933534-1........................................................... 10-3 1933535-1............................................................ 10-3 1933536-1........................................................... 10-3 1933540.............................................................. 10-3 1933540-1........................................................... 10-3 1933541-1............................................................. 10-3 1933542-1........................................................... 10-3 1933552-1............................................................10-4 1933553-1...........................................................10-4 1933554-1...........................................................10-4 1933555-1...........................................................10-4 1933556-1...........................................................10-4 1933557-1............................................................10-4 1933558-1...........................................................10-4 1933559-1............................................................ 10-1 1933560-1............................................................ 10-1 1933561-1............................................................. 10-3 1933562-1........................................................... 10-3 1933566-1........................................................... 10-3 1933567-1............................................................ 10-3 1933570-1............................................................ 10-1 1933658-1.............................................................9-2 2064499-1............................................... 11-9, 11-10 2064500-1............................................... 11-9, 11-10 2064651-1.............................................................11-9 2064710-1.............................................................11-9 2111279-1.............................................................. 10-2

A A05721-000.......................................................4-5 A11796-000........................................................ 4-7 A33560-000..................................................... 4-7 A38215-000.......................................................4-5 A51343-000.......................................................4-5 A91433-000....................................................... 4-7 AIP...........................................................................11-6 AIP-BIU700ABC-1...........................................11-6 AIP-BIU700UC-1..............................................11-6 AIP-BIU800-1.....................................................11-6

AIP-BIU850-1.....................................................11-6 AIP-BIU1900-1...................................................11-6 AIP-BIUAWS-1...................................................11-6 AIP-CSU-1............................................................11-6 AIP-CSU-2...........................................................11-6 AIP-CSU-3...........................................................11-6 AIP-CSU-4...........................................................11-6 AIP-CU-1...............................................................11-6 AIP-HU-1...............................................................11-6

B Blank Panels..................................................... 10-2 BLK-BK0TUB.....................................................11-11 BLK-MSTRKIT....................................................11-11

C C5-MDP-RJIL-16............................................... 11-7 C5-MDP-RJRJ-16............................................. 11-7 C61629-000.......................................................4-5 C67369-000......................................................4-5 CL-01M..................................................................8-4 CL-01M0...............................................................8-4 CL-02M....................................................... 8-2, 8-4 CL-02M0..............................................................8-4 CL-03M0..............................................................8-4 CL-04M.................................................................8-2 CL-04M0..............................................................8-4 CL-06M.................................................................8-2 CL-14M...................................................................8-2 CL-250M..............................................................8-4 CL-300M..............................................................8-4 CL-350M..............................................................8-4 CMB-P-19.............................................................8-2 CMB-P-23............................................................8-2 CWVMW-2KKAA0DN2000...................... 7-8

D D20592-000......................................................4-5 D25359-000......................................................4-5 D46439-000..................................................... 4-7 DCK-02.................................................................8-2 DS-1 MDP-H........................................................ 11-7 DS-3 MDP-FAM................................................ 11-7 DS-3 MDP-RAHM............................................ 11-7

E E14672-000........................................................ 4-7 E21473-000........................................................4-5 Equipment Racks........................................... 10-1

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FFB-F012UMSKSSDDUx.............................3-6 FFB-F024EMS7FSDDUx.............................3-6 FFB-F024EMS7SSDDUx.............................3-6 FFB-F024EMSKFSDDUx............................3-6 FFB-F024EMSKSSDDUx............................3-6 FFB-F024KCSK0SA00x.............................3-6 FFB-F024UMS7SSDDUx.............................3-6 FFB-F024UMSKSSDDUx............................3-6 FFB-F0127CS70SA00x................................3-6 FFB-F0247CS70SA00x..............................3-6 FFB-F01200H7SSDDUD.............................3-6 FFB-F01200HKSSDDUD.............................3-6 FFB-F01222S7SSDDUx................................3-6 FFB-F01222SKSSDDUx...............................3-6 FFB-F01222SOVS0000...............................3-6 FFB-F02400H7SSDDUD............................3-6 FFB-F02400HKSSDDUD...........................3-6 FFB-F02422S7SSDDUx...............................3-6 FFB-F02422SKSSDDUx..............................3-6 FFB-F02422SOVS0000.............................3-6 FFB-FD000000J000..................................3-8 FFB-FD000000K000.................................3-8 FFB-FD000000M000.................................3-8 FFB-FD000000U000.................................3-8 FFB-FD000000V000.................................3-8 FFB-FD000000W000................................3-8 FFB-FD012J0AC000.................................... 3-7 FFB-FD012JMDF000.................................... 3-7 FFB-FD012JMDS000.................................... 3-7 FFB-FD012TMF000....................................... 3-7 FFB-FD012TMFS000.................................... 3-7 FFB-FD024CMF000..................................... 3-7 FFB-FD024CMFS000.................................. 3-7 FFB-FD024K0AC000.................................. 3-7 FFB-FD024KMDF000................................. 3-7 FFB-FD024KMDS000.................................. 3-7 FFB-FD0000002000..................................3-8 FFB-R0000S00S00000............................3-8 FFB-R012ES22SDUXXX..............................3-4 FFB-R012ESJSSDUXXX..............................3-4 FFB-R024ES22SDUXXX.............................3-4 FFB-R024ESJSSDUXXX.............................3-4 FFB-R024ESKSSDUXXX............................3-4 FFB-R0120S22SDUXXX..............................3-4 FFB-R0240S22SDUXXX.............................3-4 FFB-RD012JMDSXXX................................... 3-7 FFB-RD012KMDSXXX................................... 3-7 FFB-RD024JMDSXXX.................................. 3-7 FFB-RD024KMDSXXX................................. 3-7 FFB-RD0120MD2XXX................................... 3-7 FFB-RD0240MD2XXX................................. 3-7 FGSB-KT03-C...................................................6-2

FGSB-KT03-C-10F..........................................6-2 FGSB-KT03-C-15F..........................................6-2 FGSB-MEX1-C-5F............................................6-2 FGSB-MEX1-C-10F..........................................6-2 FGSB-MEX1-C-15F...........................................6-2 FGS-HASK-C....................................................... 6-1 FGS-HLDR-5/8.................................................. 6-1 FGS-HMEC-C...................................................... 6-1 FGS-HNTR-5/8-A............................................. 6-1 FGS-HSHC-10....................................................6-2 FGS-HTR2-2-5/8.............................................. 6-1 FGS-KDH2-C....................................................... 6-1 FGS-KT03-C......................................................6-2 FGS-KT03-C-10F.............................................6-2 FGS-KT03-C-15F..............................................6-2 FGS-KTW1-JA...................................................6-3 FGS-KTW1-JN...................................................6-3 FGS-KTW2-J......................................................6-3 FGS-KTW2-JN..................................................6-3 FGS-KTW2-K.....................................................6-3 FGS-KTW2-R.....................................................6-3 FGS-KTW2-RN.................................................6-3 FGS-KTW2-T......................................................6-3 FGS-KTW2-TN..................................................6-3 FGS-MEX1-C-5F...............................................6-2 FGS-MEX1-C-10F..............................................6-2 FGS-MEX1-C-15F..............................................6-2 FGS-MHTA-C...................................................... 6-1 FGS-MJWR-C..................................................... 6-1 FGS-MSDS-C...................................................... 6-1 FGS-MSHA-C...................................................... 6-1 FGS-MTRM-D....................................................6-3 FGS-TRMP42.....................................................6-3 FGS-V9E44........................................................6-3 FGS-VQE22........................................................6-3 FGS-VQE44........................................................6-3 FMT-MW2KUKUBG1A00............................. 7-3 FOA-INASC05................................................. 11-14 FOA-INASC10.................................................. 11-14 FOA-INASC15.................................................. 11-14 FOA-INASC20................................................. 11-14 FOA-INLC05.................................................... 11-14 FOA-INLC10...................................................... 11-14 FOA-INLC15...................................................... 11-14 FOA-INLC20.................................................... 11-14 FOA-INSC05.................................................... 11-14 FOA-INSC10..................................................... 11-14 FOA-INSC15...................................................... 11-14 FOA-INSC20.................................................... 11-14 FPC-CLNKIT.......................................................11-8 FPC-CLNKIT1.....................................................11-8 FPC-CLNKIT2....................................................11-8

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H

FPX-1TR000-000............................................ 2-3 FPX-12APL0J..................................................... 2-3 FPX-12APL0JSP3............................................ 2-3 FPX-12APR0J..................................................... 2-3 FPX-12APR0JSP3............................................ 2-3 FPX-12MPLS0J.................................................. 2-3 FPX-12MPRS0J................................................. 2-3 FPX-24APL08................................................... 2-3 FPX-24APL08SP3........................................... 2-3 FPX-24APR08................................................... 2-3 FPX-24APR08SP3.......................................... 2-3 FPX-24MPLS08................................................ 2-3 FPX-24MPRS08............................................... 2-3 FPX-N0AP00.................................................... 2-3 FST-ACC001.................................................... 3-25 FST-ACC006................................................... 3-25 FST-F3DF-FT.....................................................2-6 FST-F3DF-HS....................................................2-6 FST-F3DF-MT-D...............................................2-6 FST-F3DF-NT....................................................2-6 FVM-19X350W-M6......................................... 7-8 FVM-19X700W................................................. 7-8 FWP-OADM1471MOD-00........................... 7-8 FWP-OADM1491MOD-00........................... 7-8 FWP-OADM1511MOD-00............................. 7-8 FWP-OADM1531MOD-00........................... 7-8 FWP-OADM1551MOD-00........................... 7-8 FWP-OADM1571MOD-00............................ 7-8 FWP-OADM1591MOD-00........................... 7-8 FWP-OADM1611MOD-00............................. 7-8 FWP-WDMKIT-FT........................................... 7-3 FWU-27A7AAG1ABK00.............................. 7-3 FWU-CHASSIS-8............................................. 7-3 FWU-REMOTEWDM..................................... 7-3 FWU-SMCW1470XVR................................... 7-8 FWU-SMCW1490XVR.................................. 7-8 FWU-SMCW1510XVR.................................... 7-8 FWU-SMCW1530XVR................................... 7-8 FWU-SMCW1550XVR................................... 7-8 FWU-SMCW1570XVR................................... 7-8 FWU-SMCW1590XVR.................................. 7-8 FWU-SMCW1610XVR.................................... 7-8 FWU-SMHU1550XVR.................................... 7-3 FWU-SMRU1310XVR..................................... 7-3

HG302N-000....................................................4-5 INP............................................................................ 11-1 INP-700ABC-1.................................................... 11-1 INP-700UC-1....................................................... 11-1 INP-850-1.............................................................. 11-1 INP-1900-1............................................................ 11-1 INP-8519-1............................................................. 11-1 INP-AWS-1............................................................ 11-1

G GAK-FEC001..........................................3-25, 11-11 GMT Dummy.....................................................8-3 GND-STPKIT..........................................3-25, 11-11 Grounding Lug Kit.........................................11-12

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K KLM-05.................................................................8-3 KLM-10..................................................................8-3 KLM-15...................................................................8-3 KLM-20.................................................................8-3 KLM-25.................................................................8-3 KLM-30.................................................................8-3 KLM-CAP.............................................................8-3 KLM Dummy......................................................8-3

L LSX-1L0000.......................................................2-4 LSX-1L1012-A-SPL............................................2-4 LSX-1L1022-A-SPL...........................................2-4 LSX-1L5013-A-SPL...........................................2-4 LSX-1L5023-A-SPL.........................................2-4 LSX-2L0000......................................................2-4 LSX-3L1042-A-SPL.........................................2-4 LSX-3L5043-A-SPL........................................2-4 LSX-6L0000......................................................2-4 LSX-6L1062-A-SPL.........................................2-4 LSX-6L5063-A-SPL........................................2-4 LSX-7L0000......................................................2-4 LSX-7L1092-A-SPL.........................................2-4 LSX-7L5093-A-SPL........................................2-4 LSX-ACCVCGKIT.............................................2-6 LSX-CBLCLMPKIT...........................................2-6 LSX-SPLCA06................................................... 2-5 LSX-TL0000......................................................2-4 LSX-TL1122-A-SPL...........................................2-4 LSX-TL5123-A-SPL..........................................2-4

M MDP-CH................................................................ 11-7 MR3919-000......................................................4-8 MPA-PCLCJ30003M-NC.............................5-9 MPA-PCLCJ30004M-NC............................5-9 MPA-PCLCJ30005M-NC.............................5-9 MPA-PCSCJ30003M-NC............................5-9 MPA-PCSCJ30004M-NC............................5-9 MPA-PCSCJ30005M-NC............................5-9 MPA-PCLCJ50003M-NC.............................5-9

MPA-PCLCJ50004M-NC............................5-9 MPA-PCLCJ50005M-NC.............................5-9 MPA-PCSCJ50003M-NC............................5-9 MPA-PCSCJ50004M-NC............................5-9 MPA-PCSCJ50005M-NC............................5-9

P P-1............................................................................8-3 P-1 1/2.....................................................................8-3 P-1 1/3.....................................................................8-3 P-1/2........................................................................8-3 P-1/4........................................................................8-3 P-2...........................................................................8-3 P-2 1/2...................................................................8-3 P-2/10....................................................................8-3 P-3...........................................................................8-3 P-3 1/2...................................................................8-3 P-3/4......................................................................8-3 P-3/8......................................................................8-3 P-4...........................................................................8-3 P-5...........................................................................8-3 P-7 1/2....................................................................8-3 P-10.........................................................................8-3 P-12..........................................................................8-3 P-15..........................................................................8-3 PWX-001RGCSD10PSDB............................. 8-1 PWX-041RCA4G4YSPWP........................... 8-1 PWX-041RCK4G4YSPWP........................... 8-1

R RCP-1J1DUE03100.......................................... 2-2 RCP-1J1DUE06100.......................................... 2-2 RCP-1J1DUE09200......................................... 2-2 RCP-1J2DUE03100......................................... 2-2 RCP-1J2DUE06100......................................... 2-2 RCP-1J2DUE09200........................................ 2-2 RCP-1K1DUE03100.......................................... 2-2 RCP-1K1DUE06100......................................... 2-2 RCP-1K1DUE09200........................................ 2-2 RCP-1K2DUE03100........................................ 2-2 RCP-1K2DUE06100........................................ 2-2 RCP-1K2DUE09200....................................... 2-2 RH0073-000.....................................................4-6 RH0090-000....................................................4-6 RH0199-000...................................................... 4-7 RH0200-000.................................................... 4-7 RLK-001................................................................8-4 RLK-002...............................................................8-4 RLK-003...............................................................8-4 RMG-12MPOBC3........................................... 3-23 RMG-12MPOBQ3........................................... 3-23 RMG-12MPOCC3........................................... 3-23

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S SKSSDUXXX......................................................3-4

V VCG-31CS.......................................................... 11-13 W WMG-2000-00B.......................................... 3-22 WMG-4000-00B......................................... 3-22 WMG-8000-00B.......................................... 3-22 WSC-CH0-CW.................................................. 7-8

X XJ261N-000.......................................................4-5

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