Splitters

Tabs

The “General” home tab contains general information, such as name and type. Incoming and outgoing splitter paths can be displayed under “Connections”.

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Attribute Description
Name The name of the splitter is displayed. This is automatically assigned during creation and is a combination of the splitter type and a consecutive number in brackets. The name can be changed here. (1)
Type The splitter type is displayed. Double-clicking in the list box opens the form for the splitter type. New records can be created. (2)
Splitter paths The number of splitter paths (INs and OUTs) is displayed. Clicking on mceclip2.png opens the detailed forms for all displayed splitter paths. (3)
Points The feature class and the name of the higher-layer point (terminator or closure) to which the splitter is assigned are displayed. The mceclip1.png button highlights the higher-layer point in the graphic. The mceclip2.png button opens the form for the current terminator or the current closure. (4)
Tray The splitter can be assigned to a tray. (5)
Connections The forms for the incoming and outgoing splitter paths can be opened under Connections. (6)
Information Information about the splitter can be entered. (7)
Details If a specific attenuation has been specified for the splitter, the number of the corresponding records is displayed and the splitter data form can be opened. (8)
Documents This displays whether documents have been attached to the form. (9)


Menu items

A Connection Overview can be displayed via “Network exploration”.

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The names of the splitters in the filter can be changed via the “Edit” menu if a corresponding Name scheme has been stored.

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The FO Connection Plan and the forms for the generated labels can be opened via the “Overviews/Reports” menu.

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Splitter path

Tabs

The “General” home tab contains general information, such as name and type.

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Attribute Description
Name The name of the line to the splitter path is displayed. Clicking on the mceclip2.png button opens the line form for the current splitter path or, with mceclip3.png, all splitter paths in the filter. The number of the splitter path is displayed. (1)
Type The type of the splitter path (IN/OUT) is displayed. (2)
Service The service connected to the splitter path is displayed or can be selected from a drop-down list using mceclip7.png. Double-clicking on the list box opens the detailed form for managing services. (3)
Tray The name and number of the Tray in which the splitter was created is displayed. (4)
Splice place The splice place occupied by the splice between the splitter path and the fiber is displayed. (5)
Connections The name of the splitter to which the splitter path belongs is displayed. The mceclip2.png button opens the detailed form for the corresponding splitter. Clicking on mceclip1.png highlights the point in the graphic in which the splitter belonging to the splitter path was created. (6)
Connected objects The objects connected to the splitter path (fibers / connectors / patch fibers / splitter paths) and the names of the associated points or lines are displayed. The mceclip2.png button opens the detailed form for the associated fiber, connector, patch fiber or splitter path, or of the cable section or terminator/closure. (7)
Information Information on the splitter path can be stored. (8)
Details You can enter the length of the splitter path or enter it as the user length in the associated line form. (9)
Documents This displays whether documents have been attached to the form. (10)


Menu items

A Connection Overview can be displayed via “Network exploration”.

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Services can be transferred to and removed from the selected network path or the network paths of the elements in the filter via the “Edit” menu.

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A service can be transferred from the splice to the network path.
A service can be transferred from the splices in the filter to the corresponding network paths.
A service can be removed from the network path starting from the splice.
A service can be removed from the corresponding network paths starting from the splices in the filter.

The FO Connection Plan and the forms for the generated labels can be opened via the “Overviews/Reports” menu.

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Splitter data

The detailed form for splitter data is opened under Details in the detailed form for splitters:

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or in the Splitter Type under Wavelength related data:

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Information for a splitter type, such as wavelength and attenuation, are managed in the “General” home tab.

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1. Select the splitter to which the splitter data is to be applied.
2. Select the splitter type to which the splitter data is to be applied.
3. Select the wavelength. Double-clicking in the list box opens the form for the wavelength.
4. Input of the attenuation value.
5. This displays whether documents have been attached to the form.