Connector that has been tested at ODF Patch Panel

19/mag/2017 10:57:18 WilliamNance Contatta l'autore

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Not doing so puts your revenue generating Ftth Box at risk. Patchcord termination quality and performance issues can cause you major headaches as they are often difficult to troubleshoot. A few pennies saved is not very comforting when those few pennies are the reason that your network or critical customer is screaming "Network Down!" at the worst possible time.

In January 2001, the telecommunications industry began the process to change the testing standards for devices used in uncontrolled environments. The industry established the level 2 certification criteria, SR4226, for fiber optic connectors and jumper assemblies.

The standard addresses the suitability of appropriate use as well as performance metrics and physical geometries of a fiber optic termination. The key metrics of this standard are where you should start when developing your internal standards and what you should use to qualify your vendors against.

3 However, that's a huge document... and it's expensive! So, what are the key metrics I should look for?

To begin with, and to remove doubt in this area, a GR certified connector should be used. This is a connector that has been tested at ODF Patch Panel or a third party, and meets or exceeds the standard for this network component.

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