Splice plan

The spliced fibers/wires are visualized in a splice plan. This is opened in a separate drawing and can be further processed accordingly. The splice plans can be displayed in grouped and detailed form.

Both types of splice plans can be opened in the “Overviews/Reports” menu in closures and terminators.

Grouped splice plan

Terminator Closure
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A new drawing opens with a grouped splice plan.

Example: FO closure with splitter

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1. The names (installation location) of FO closures and FO terminators are displayed.
2. The name, length and number of fibers of the FO cable are displayed.
3. The numbers of the spliced fibers are displayed, grouped if possible.
4. The splice fiber on splitter IN is displayed.
5. The splitter OUT to fiber splices are displayed.

Example: TP closure

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1. The names (installation location) of TP closures, TP terminators and TP cable sections are displayed.
2. The length of the TP cable is displayed.
3. The numbers of the spliced or open wires are displayed, grouped if possible.

Detailed splice plan

Terminator Closure
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The following dialog opens:

FO terminator TP terminator
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The options can be combined, activated or deactivated in various ways, and the color display can be selected.

The order of the splices and connected objects is from bottom to top by default (small number to large). This order can be reversed with “sort in descending order”.

If you start from a closure, the “Display of connectors/pins and patches” pane is missing.

Example: FO terminator

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1. Display of the tray with tray number and tray name. The size depends on the number of available splice locations.
2. Fiber ends placed in the tray.
3. Splices created between fibers in the tray with the associated fiber numbers and the numbering of the splice locations.
4. Splices created between fibers and splitter paths in the tray with the associated fiber numbers and the numbering of the splice locations.
5. Splices created by means of a patch fiber between fibers and connectors in the tray together with the associated fiber numbers and the numbering of the splice locations.
6. Splices created between fibers and connectors in the tray with the associated fiber numbers and the numbering of the splice locations.
7. The cable name is displayed.
8. The designation of the bundles is displayed as “Bundle no.”/of “Total number of bundles”.
9. Display of the open fiber ends in the terminator or in the closure.
10. Display of the connector numbers. A service has been switched to connections marked red.
11. Display of the service name.
12. Data for the terminator or closure: Name, type, client, info, cable trace, date and creator.

Example: TP terminator

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1. The cable name is displayed.
2. Display of the open wire ends in the terminator or in the closure.
3. Splices created between wires.
4. Splices created between wires and pins.
5. Display of the pin numbers.
6. The service name is displayed for pins connected to the service. In addition, it is clear where a pin has been patched to.
7. Display of the service name for wires.
8. Data for the terminator or closure: Name, type, client, info, cable trace, date and creator.