Retractable Techniquesin fibre optic infrastructuresAlessandro Pirri – Director Connectivity & FTTx14th February 2012
The Installer dream….                        FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012   2
The basic principle The Stripping Tool has been designed to safely cut the windows on the Riser                           ...
The basic principle                                                                   5 Easy Steps                        ...
Specific tools  Cutting tools to perform a window cut to access the modules                                         FTTH C...
Specific tools  Picking tool to cut the module inside the cable at 1.5m  from the jacket window                           ...
The basic principle   Two ways to extract fibre modules    •    Cut the fibre module one home further and splice the fibre...
Retractable solutions      Designed for Indoor and OSP      Reduction of 15 to 30% on installation time      Extremely ...
Application : Indoor duct          Riser layout           Drop layout                             Termination layout      ...
Application : Indoor generic                               FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012   10
Application : Underground Duct                         Manhole       SRO : Sub     Optical Splitter      1:16 Clamar      ...
Application : Underground Duct                                 FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 201...
Application : Underground Duct                                 FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 201...
Application : Direct Buried                              FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012   14
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  1. 1. Retractable Techniquesin fibre optic infrastructuresAlessandro Pirri – Director Connectivity & FTTx14th February 2012
  2. 2. The Installer dream…. FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 2
  3. 3. The basic principle The Stripping Tool has been designed to safely cut the windows on the Riser Step 1 Cable. On a higher floor cut If used properly, it cannot damage the 1st window the selected fibre fibre units. cut: “pick module window” (Typical 20 m) Step 2 On the subscriber’s floor pull back the selected fibre module Optical Line Termination 2nd window cut: “extraction window” FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 3
  4. 4. The basic principle 5 Easy Steps LAY the RetractaCable from Distribution Point along the Homes. 1   LAY   OPEN the RetractaCable in front of the homes to connect. CUT the desired fibre module in the first next (from DP) opened cable spot. 2   OPEN   3   CUT   PULL the cut fibre module out (retract), in case the length is > 50 meter a tool can be used for retracting, storage and pushing or blowing. 4   PULL   5   PUSH/BLOW   PUSH and/or BLOW the retracted fibre module through a drop duct up to the home. FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 4
  5. 5. Specific tools Cutting tools to perform a window cut to access the modules FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 5
  6. 6. Specific tools Picking tool to cut the module inside the cable at 1.5m from the jacket window FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 6
  7. 7. The basic principle Two ways to extract fibre modules •  Cut the fibre module one home further and splice the fibres in the home. •  Cut the fibre module 1.5m from the home and splice the fibres at the tap-off point FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 7
  8. 8. Retractable solutions   Designed for Indoor and OSP   Reduction of 15 to 30% on installation time   Extremely Compact (i.e. 720fo cable with 16mm O.D.)   No cable loop, very small closures, prefab. manholes   Ideal for installation in existing / new duct infrastructures or in soft soil.   The simplicity of the concept reduces the need for skilled labour   Extremely efficient in both brownfield & greenfield sites   G.657A2/B2 fibres FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 8
  9. 9. Application : Indoor duct Riser layout Drop layout Termination layout Splices Protection within of the corrugated tube FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 9
  10. 10. Application : Indoor generic FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 10
  11. 11. Application : Underground Duct Manhole SRO : Sub Optical Splitter 1:16 Clamar street Buildings to serve FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 11
  12. 12. Application : Underground Duct FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 12
  13. 13. Application : Underground Duct FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 13
  14. 14. Application : Direct Buried FTTH Council Europe – D&O Committee Workshop | 14th Feb 2012 14
  15. 15. Thank you.
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