Splice overview

The splice overviews are tabular overviews that can be displayed in both grouped and detailed form.

Splice overviews can be started in the closure or terminator in the “Overviews/Reports” menu.

Grouped splice overview

Terminator Closure
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The following overview opens:

Example: FO terminator

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Example: TP terminator

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1. Display of the sequential number in the overview.
2. Name of medium A
3. Numbers of the elements of medium A that have been spliced.
4. Names of the elements of medium A that have been spliced.
5. Name of medium B
6. Numbers of elements of medium B spliced with elements of medium A.
7. Names of the elements of medium B spliced with the elements of medium A.
8. Indication of whether it is a splice.

With mceclip0.png, you can create the splice illustration in the graphic. Withmceclip1.png, the overview is closed.

Detailed splice overview

Terminator Closure
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The following overview opens:

Example: FO terminator

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1. The number of the tray in which the splice was made is displayed.
2. The type of tray is displayed.
3. The side in which the tray is installed is displayed.
4. The number of the splice location where the splice is placed is displayed.
5. The name of the first cable section is displayed.
6. The name of the spliced fiber of the first cable section is displayed.
7. The number of the spliced fiber of the first cable section is displayed.
8. The color of the spliced fiber of the first cable section is displayed.
9. The name of the second cable section is displayed.
10. The name of the spliced fiber of the second cable section is displayed.
11. The number of the spliced fiber of the first cable section is displayed.
12. The color of the spliced fiber of the first cable section is displayed.
13. The name of the connector with which the fiber was spliced is displayed.
14. The number of the connector with which the fiber has been spliced is displayed.
15. The name of the splitter with which the fiber has been spliced is displayed.
16. The type of the splitter path is displayed.
17. The number of the splitter path with which the fiber has been spliced is displayed.
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Other columns can be shown and hidden if necessary.

Example: TP terminator

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1. The name of the first cable section is displayed.
2. The alias of the first cable section is displayed.
3. The name of the second cable section is displayed.
4. The alias of the second cable section is displayed.
5. The name of the pin with which the wire has been spliced is displayed.
6. The number of the pin with which the wire has been spliced is displayed.
7. The name of the spliced wire of the first cable section is displayed.
8. The number of the spliced wire of the first cable section is displayed.
9. The name of the spliced wire of the second cable section is displayed.
10. The number of the spliced wire of the first cable section is displayed.