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DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame

Place of Origin China
Brand Name Dawnergy
Model Number DA-ODF
Product Details
Brand:
Dawnergy
Product:
960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame
Maximum Number Of Cores:
960
Fusing Splice Unit Capacity:
48
Maximum ODF Module Support:
20 Module ODF (each Module High From 1.5 U ÷ 2U)
Locking System:
Strong Lock
Material Of The Doors:
Make Of Acrylic And Bright Steel With Color APO Grey
Material Frame And Wall:
Low Carbon Steel (mild Steel) Powder Coated With Thickness >70µm Electrically Insulated From The Inner Metal Layer Insulation Voltage > 34 KV With Color Is Light Grey
Dimensions (mm) (H×W×D):
2200×900×300
High Light: 

Fiber Optic Distribution Unit 19 Inch

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FTTH Fiber Optic Distribution Frame

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Mild Steel Fiber Optic Distribution Frame

Payment & Shipping Terms
Minimum Order Quantity
10
Price
500
Packaging Details
Wooden box packing
Delivery Time
30 days
Payment Terms
L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T
Supply Ability
100 per/day
Product Description

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame

Dawnergy’s optical distribution frames are designed and manufactured according to the industry standard. It is used for terminating and distributing the main optical cable at the central office, and can easily realize the connection, distribution and scheduling of optical fiber channels. The main functions of ODF include: fixing, stripping and protecting optical cables, terminating optical fibers, scheduling optical fibers, and protecting and storing optical cable cores, pigtails and jumpers. Meanwhile, value-added modules such as optical splitter and wavelength division multiplexer can be installed if required by the customer. They are widely applied in optical fiber communication networks and are applicable to central offices and cross-connecting points in an optical access network.

The MODF Frame design for cable come in CO, with module ODF splicing, and connect to equipment or other module by Patch cord cable. Enclosed cabinet structure, sturdy, easy to install or move optical fibers when needed.

 

Features

  • Full front operation for optical fiber splicing, distribution and dispatching;
  • Supply with R-guide at both side of rack for patch cord in/out and storage Patch cord. R guide of fiber optic patch cord storage are located in convenient locations, making it easy to operate and maintain the system.
  • The front is designed with open door type, locked door, allowing the ODF Module inside to be seen.
  • Support bar mounting for Fusion Splicer tray, for test equipment, synchronously with the rack
  • Allows additional installation ODF Module when there is a need to increase capacity
  • When expanding or decrease ODF Module, it is easy operations, without affecting the other ODF Module being exploited as well as the connections in use.
  • Allows Patch cord and optical cable, in and out to be separated on both the top and bottom
  • Able to protect against dust and insects from penetrating inside
  • Back-to-back installation of racks or installation against wall to save space. Bottom and top of cabinet design the 4 fixed point support fixed on the floor, Fixed with cable tray ladder.
  • Modular design, large capacity, high density, and convenient to expand Leading optical cables into rack either from the top or the bottom of a rack;
  • Fully-enclosed structure with door, without exposure of fiber patch cord, pleasant appearance and good dust-proof performance.
  • Adapters can be installed in an angle to the front to the cabinet to prevent laser from hurting your eyes and to facilitate cabling.
  • Such value-added modules as optical splitters and attenuators can be installed, which makes operation and installation convenient and reliable.
  • Operation accessories are also provided, which makes operation and maintenance convenient and reliable.
  • Grounding for all Cabinet

 

Applications

  • FTTH access networks
  • Telecommunication networks

Specifications

Parameters Specification
Maximum Number of Cores 960
Fusing Splice Unit Capacity 48
Maximum ODF Module support 20 Module ODF (each Module high from 1.5 U ÷ 2U)
Packing Method Wooden box packing
Material frame and wall

Low carbon steel (mild steel)

Powder coated with thickness >70µm electrically insulated from the inner metal layer Insulation voltage > 34 KV with color is Light Grey

Material of the doors Make of Acrylic and Bright steel with color APO Grey
Radius of curvature of the optical fiber ≥ 30 mm
Cable inlet and outlet Top or bottom
Locking system Strong lock
Loads UDL (heterogeneous distributed) >300kg
Additional UDL load (from top to bottom) >80kg
Dimensions (mm) (H×W×D)

2200×900×300

Support both type ODF splicing and ODF Distribution with size 19 inch

 

 

Splicing type Operating Principle

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 0

1. Cable                                         5. Fiber patch cord

2. Splicing point                             6. Jumper pigtail

3. Fiber distribution pigtail             7. Splicing point

4. Adapter                                      8. Cable 1

Size and Capacity

Model Name

Size(mm)

(H×W×D)

Configurable Remarks
DA-ODF-960 Frame 2200×900×300 1 pc  

 

Drawing (mm)

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 1DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 2

                                Distribution type                                                                                 Splicing type

 

 

Ordering Information

Model Name Description
DA-ODF-960-D Distribution type Fiber Optic Distribution Frame Distribution type; Telecom grey RAL7035; Max. 960 cores (with 20sets 2U ODF unit); ODF Rack Material: Cold-rolled steel; Dimensions(mm): 900(W) × 2200(H) × 300(D)
DA-ODF-960-S

Splicing type

Fiber Optic Distribution Frame

Splicing type; Telecom grey RAL7035; Max. 960 cores (with 20sets 2U ODF unit); ODF Rack Material: Cold-rolled steel; Dimensions(mm): 900(W) × 2200(H) × 300(D)

 

Installation Manual

 

Content

1. Overview

1.1. Product Usage

1.2. Operating Principle

1.3. Structural Features

1.4. Structure and fiber routing

Size and Capacity

2. Technology Specifications

2.1. Operating conditions

2.2. Insulation resistance

2.3. Withstanding voltage:

3. Installation

3.1 Fixed pieces

3.2 Installation Tools

3.3 Installation and fixation

Drilling

ODF Location

3.4 Installation of frame inner

Application principal DA-ODF-960 series ODF

Optical Fiber cable entry module of DA-ODF-960 series ODF

Optical fiber cable stripping, fixed and protected

ODF Unit Structure

3.5 Grounding

The high-voltage protection systems

The Protective Grounding

3.6 Rack Combination Installation

4. Operation and maintenance

4.1. Patch cord operation

4.2. Maintenance of Grounding Wires

5. Installation and Adjustment

5.1. Unpacking and Inspection

5.2. Documents, Tools and Instruments

6. Fault Analysis and Troubleshooting

7. Packaging, Transportation and Storage

7.1 Packaging

7.2 Transportation

7.3 Storage

 

1. Overview

1.1. Product Usage

Dawnergy’s DA-ODF optical distribution frames are designed and manufactured according to the international standard and implement such functions as the inlet, fixation, and stripping protection for optical cables, splicing and protection for optical fibers, storage of pigtail, storage and management of fiber patch cord, fixed connection and cross connection of optical fibers. Meanwhile, value-added modules such as optical splitter and wavelength division multiplexer can be installed if required by the customer. They can find wide application in optical fiber communication networks and are applicable to central offices and cross-connecting points in an optical access network.

 

1.2. Operating Principle

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 3

1.3. Structural Features

  • Full front operation for optical fiber splicing, distribution and dispatching;
  • Back-to-back installation of racks or installation against wall to save space;
  • Modular design, large capacity, high density, and convenient to expand Leading optical cables into rack either from the top or the bottom of a rack;
  • Suitable for ribbon or non-ribbon cables;
  • Fully-enclosed structure, without exposure of fiber patch cord, pleasant appearance and good dust-proof performance.
  • Adapter insertion installation, suitable for multiple adapters such as SC
  • adapters can be installed in an angle of 30 degrees to the front to the cabinet to prevent direct arc light from hurting your eyes and to facilitate cabling.
  • Ribbon cables provide dedicated stripping protection connector to make the protection of bare fibers and the fixation and grounding of optical cables more perfect and reliable.
  • Such value-added modules as optical splitters and attenuators can be installed, which makes operation and installation convenient and reliable.
  • Operation accessories are also provided, which makes operation and maintenance convenient and reliable.
  • The 48-core ODF unit 2U with SC/UPC.

 

1.4. Structure and fiber routing

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                DA-ODF 960F Splicing type                                                        DA-ODF 960F Distribution type

 

 

                

 

 

 

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 6DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 7

                                 Distribution type                                                                               Splicing type

Size and Capacity

Model Name

Size(mm)

(H×W×D)

Configurable Remarks
DA-ODF-960-D Frame 2200×900×300 1 pc Distribution type
DA-ODF-960-S Frame 2200×900×300 1 pc Splicing type
DA-ODU48-SC-D ODF Unit 2U×480×260 20 pcs Distribution type
DA-ODU48-SC-S ODF Unit 2U×480×260 20 pcs Splicing type

2. Technology Specifications

2.1. Operating conditions

  • Operating temperature: indoor type: -5ºC ~ +40ºC.
  • Storage temperature: -25ºC ~ +55ºC.
  • Relative humidity: 85% (+30ºC).
  • Atmospheric pressure: 70 kPa ~ 106 kPa

2.2. Insulation resistance

Insulation resistance between grounding device and cabinet > 2x104MΩ/500V(DC)

2.3. Withstanding voltage:

Withstanding voltage between grounding device and cabinet no less than 3000V(DC)/1min, no breakdown, no flying arc.

 

3. Installation

3.1 Fixed pieces

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 8 DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 9

                                                                      Figure 3-1 expansion nut                   Figure 3-2 ligation

3.2 Installation Tools

It will use electric impact drill, a heavy hammer, socket wrenches during install and fix the Fiber ODF, As shown in Figure 3-3; And it will use several kinds of stripping shears, which are shown in Figure 3-4,3-5,3-6.

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 10                                          DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 11

                                                            Figure 3-3 Wrenches                                     Figure 3-4 stripping shears of fiber

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 12                                           DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 13

                                               Figure 3-5 stripping shears of sheath                        Figure 3-6 stripping shears of fiber

Of course, the professional fusion splicer will be used except several tools (including wrenches, screwdrivers).

3.3 Installation and fixation

Drilling

Drilling in selected location according to the installation sizes (Figure 3-7, 3-8).

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 14                                 DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 15

                                                     Figure 3-7 Drilling with impact drill         Figure 3-8 Heavy hammer nails expansion bolts

 

ODF Location

Pushing the ODF to the appropriate location, first take down the wire slot, then tighten the four screws (figure 3-9and 3-10) with the wrenches

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 16

Figure 3-9 wring screw

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 17

Figure 3-10 wring screw with Wrenches wire slot

3.4 Installation of frame inner

Application principal DA-ODF-960 series ODF

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Figure 3-11 ODF Application

Optical Fiber cable entry module of DA-ODF-960 series ODF

Optical Fiber cable entry mode of DA-ODF-960 series ODF is: cable into the ODF from upper and lower, as shown in figure 3-12.

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Figure 3-12 Wiring pattern of lower into the ODF

Optical fiber cable stripping, fixed and protected

  • Introducing the optical cable into the cabinet from the hole which is above or below the cabinet, and tightened the fiber optic cable with the fixed sets at the entrance

 

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 20

Figure 3-13 lead the optical cable into the cabinet

  • Stripping and fixation of cable

 

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 21

Figure 3-14 Stripping cable

  • The cable as an example (as shown in figure 3-15)
  1. Cleaning the cable;
  2. Stripping the cable, about 2.5m+the length from the location of Stripping the cable to the farthest continued module (2.5m+L). An armor-reserved 40 mm, the central strengthened core for 100 mm;
  3. Embedding the strengthened core into the fixed-card pieces, tightening screws;

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Figure 3-15 fixed cable

  • Stripping and fixation of loose tube optical cable
  1. Cleaning the cable
  2. Stripping the cable, about 2.5m+L. the armor-reserved 35 mm, the central strengthened core 100 mm;

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Figure 3-16 Stripping and fix of non-ribbon cable

ODF Unit Structure

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Splicing Type ODU

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 25

Distribution type ODU, NO splice tray and pigtails

 

3.5 Grounding

The high-voltage protection systems

The high-voltage protection systems in cabinet is made up of fixed board, protective device of stripping cable, throat button, grounding copper line, strength core and armor layer. Fixing the strengthen core of fiber and armor layer on fixed board with throat button and protective device of stripping cable, then Series up the fiber fixed board with wire and the earth lead cross-section is not less than 35 mm2. Finally, linking to ground copper row with earth lead , the cross-section of wire is more than 6 mm2

 

The Protective Grounding

The protective grounding of cabinet is linked from the cabinet’s top or floor to earth lead copper row, the earth lead cross-section is not less than 35 mm2.

Note: This grounding belongs to frame of open architecture; the other semi-closed frames adopt such a grounding mode. Its position is shown in the location in figure or near the location in figure. If not clear, please contact me.

 

  • Two grounding must be done, otherwise, my company do not responsible for any consequences incurred by this.
  • We must ground when stripping cable.

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 26

Figure 3-18 Army-layer grounding of non-ribbon cable

3.6 Rack Combination Installation

If two or several racks are combined, remove the side panels of adjacent two racks and connect adjacent columns with bolts. If cables are led into the DA-ODF-960 from the bottom of the rack, it is necessary to lead the cables to the switching position of the inlet box and the lower two termination units

4. Operation and maintenance

4.1. Patch cord operation

1. Select Φ2 mm or Φ3 mm patch cord. As shown in Figure 4-1;

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 27

Figure 4-1 Select patch cord

Insert one end of patch cord into adapter; insert the other end to corresponding adaptor after coiling of ring.

2. It may be connected directly or cross-connect.

3. Repeat steps 2, 3 to complete the patch cord operation, finally marking the finished patch cord record (Figure 4-2).

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 28

4-2 Log of patch cord identifier

4.2. Maintenance of Grounding Wires

Check and tighten individual connection points, with emphasis on short circuit caused by contact of metallic conductors. Make maintenance record and statistics of exceptions.

5. Installation and Adjustment

Precautions for installation and contents for personal and equipment safety shall be highlighted and marked with Caution or Danger symbol (as shown in the figures blow) or indicated with warning statement. Precautions for operation shall also be indicated. Add some novel pictures or red marks if necessary.

DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 29Note DA-ODF 960F Fiber Optic Distribution Frame 30 Danger

Requirement for floor: Concrete floor with intensity not less than 27.4 Mpa

5.1. Unpacking and Inspection

Check all components one by one against the name, specification and quantity in the packing list.

5.2. Documents, Tools and Instruments

SerialNo. Category ToolName
1 Installation tool Wrench, sleeve, screwdriver
2 Documents

Technical Description of DA-ODF-960-D

Optical Distribution Frame

3 Documents

Technical Description of DA-ODF-960-S

Optical Splicing Frame

 

 

6. Fault Analysis and Troubleshooting

Serial Common Fault Cause Analysis Troubleshooting and Remarks
1 Disconnection of transmission line or poor transmission effect Inappropriate bending radius causes permanent physical deformation to the optical cable/fiber and increases transmission loss During construction, the engineering personnel must pay attention to the protection of bending radius of fibers (bends and bottlenecks for cable inlet and outlet in racks) and ensure that the cable routing is reasonable  
Loose connection, great loss of optical fiber active connectors (adapters, pigtails/fiber patch cord) Check whether all threaded or plug-in mechanical connectors are firm and meet their respective standards  
2 Optical fibers are easy to fall off or not reliable The most fragile part of the optical fiber/cable lies in the position where abrupt physical structure change happens, which may affect the security and reliability of the entire network

Be careful in cable fixing, stripping protection, secure grounding, and splicing point protection; no error or omission is allowed.

 

 
3 Redundant fiber storage disorder Caused by insufficient cable length in design or careless work of construction personnel Sufficient fiber core shall be reserved during product planning. Adjust cables during construction to make cables in the rack clear and neat.  
4 Unclear labels Disorder caused by the dismantle during construction or maintenance Clear labeling and detailed records  

7. Packaging, Transportation and Storage

7.1 Packaging

In DA-ODF-960 series of products, cabinets and racks are packed in cartons. Products (including accessories) are packed according to packaging specifications and are damp-proof and shock proof . Accessories and spare parts are placed into respective bags and then placed in the packing box. The integrated equipment is sealed with a plastic bag. Rainproof, moisture-proof and direction marks are provided on the outside of the packing box.

7.2 Transportation

After being packed in wooden boxes/cartons, DA-ODF-960 products can be transported by motor vehicle, train, ship, or airplane. Prevent the products from collision, falling, rain, snow and direct sunshine during transportation.

7.3 Storage

The DA-ODF-960 products should be stored in a dry and ventilated warehouse without any erosive gases. The storage temperature should be -25ºC ~ +55ºC.

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