In NET Engineering, users have the option of defining splitter types themselves. The form is opened by double-clicking in the Type field in the FO Splitter form or in Industry-Model Explorer > FO Network > FO Splitter > FO Splitter Type.
|Name||Enter the name of the splitter type here. (1)|
|Inputs||The number of splitter inputs can be entered. (2)|
|Outputs||The number of splitter outputs can be entered. (3)|
|Divide service channel||You can specify whether the splitter type will divide subordinate services. (4)|
|Configuration||The configuration of the splitter type to the service type as well as the assignment of the splitter outputs to service channels can be created. (5)|
|Info||Information about the splitter type can be entered. (6)|
|Wavelength related data||Opens a form with wavelength related data for the splitter type. See Splitter data for more information. (7)|
|Wavelength/Attenuation||The wavelength and attenuation recorded for the splitter data are displayed here. (8)|
|Active||Only active types can be selected from the drop-down list in the detailed form for FO splitters. (9)|
|Manufacturer||Selection of the manufacturer from a drop-down list. (10)|
|Designation||A designation can be specified. (11)|
|Order number||Specification of the order number. (12)|
|Material cost||Specification of the cost and currency for the material. (13)|
|Service cost||Specification of the cost for the service. (14)|
|Description||The description of the type can be entered here. (15)|
|Documents||Whether documents have been attached to the form is displayed. (16)|
|Assigned splitters||The number of splitters to which this type is assigned is displayed. Clicking on lists all splitters that use the current type. The button displays all splitters to which a type has been assigned in the filter. (17)|
Divide service channel (4)
YES or NO can be selected in this field. If the field is left blank, it acts as a “NO”.
Meaning of NO or empty:
The service arriving at the splitter input is transmitted to all outputs and the connections present there.
Meaning of YES:
The services assigned to the channels are transferred to the splitter outputs and the objects connected to them to which the channels have been assigned in the configuration.
Configuration: Assignment of the splitter outputs to the service channels (5)
In the splitter type, click Yes and open the configuration there
A splitter output must be assigned to each channel created in the service type. Each splitter output requires one channel.
Service type with channels
Service with subordinate channels/services