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MT-3501-B China Supply 10 Pair Splicing Connection Module

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MT-3501-B China Supply 10 Pair Splicing Connection Module
MT-3501-B China Supply 10 Pair Splicing Connection Module

MT-3501-B China Supply 10 Pair Splicing Connection Module

MT-3501-B China Supply 10 Pair Splicing Connection Module
MT-3501-B China Supply 10 Pair Splicing Connection Module

MT-3501-B China Supply 10 Pair Splicing Connection Module

MT-3502 3m grease filled 25 pairs terminal block super-mini straight splicing module
MT-3502 3m grease filled 25 pairs terminal block super-mini straight splicing module

MT-3502 3m grease filled 25 pairs terminal block super-mini straight splicing module

MT-8031 modular Splicing module insertion tool Cable splicing tool
MT-8031 modular Splicing module insertion tool Cable splicing tool

MT-8031 modular Splicing module insertion tool Cable splicing tool

MT-3503 hot sale splicing module test
MT-3503 hot sale splicing module test

MT-3503 hot sale splicing module test

MT-3531 Standard 10 Pair Dry Super Mini Splicing
MT-3531 Standard 10 Pair Dry Super Mini Splicing

MT-3531 Standard 10 Pair Dry Super Mini Splicing

Splice Module Data Sheet

MT-3501-B China Supply 10 Pair Splicing Connection Module

Up to 12 LC heat-shrink fusion spliced fibers can be protected and organized with Splice Modules within any HDX fiber enclosure or panel. The housing’s modular design facilitates fast field splicing and easy pigtail management.

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A fiber enclosure does not need individual splice trays since splice modules provide the best organization and slack management for the fibers within it. Wide Area Networks (WAN), campuses, high-density riser buildings, government installations, data centers, and central offices are some of the most common uses for this technology.

Splicing Module

Splice Module1

Allows users to splice micro cables, loose-tube, or ribbon cables to pre-assembled pigtails. Using the interchangeable splice clip it is possible to use alternative splice protectors, such as heat shrink, ribbon, or sandwich (ANT) type. A translucent cover protects the internal fibers and serves as a visual guide to the installation process.

When using nonstandard cable construction or splicing more significant density cables, a protective conduit can be snapped into the module’s rear.
When using splice modules, only the disposable electrode modules must be replaced after each fiber optic cable splicing operation to reduce the number of replacements needed for the fiber optic cable alignment and splicing equipment.

To construct the v-groove module, an adhesive is used to attach three pieces of non-conductive ceramic material. Fiber optic cable alignment is ensured by the precise v-groove provided by the three parts. For the electrode module, an adhesive is used to attach the non-conductive ceramic to the plated electrode circuit.

Fiber optic cable can be fused using the electrode module, which is user-replaceable and affordable.
A tool and technique for replacing the electrode module of the present invention are also described. V groove modules can also align fibers mechanically as the foundation for a permanent splice.
Optical fibers sitting along a pass line are spliced together using a splice module according to one embodiment of the present invention, which includes a v-groove module.

For mounting on the top surface of the non-conductive base plate is a non-conductive first top plate with a substantially planar bottom surface, a mating edge for mating against another top plate, and an angled face adjacent to this mating edge that is located in the longitudinal center, and an opening in the longitudinal center.
An electrically non-conductive second top plate with a substantially planar bottom surface for mounting on the top surface of the base plate and a mating edge for mating with the first top plate, an angled face adjacent to the mating edge, and an almost entirely longitudinal notch; an adhesive layer located between the top surface of the base plate and the bottom surfaces of the first top plate and the second top plate, thereby adhering.

For the narrow middle region of the hourglass hole, an electrode module is used. It has a non-conductive base plate with two non-conducting electrode mounts located roughly in the center of the plate’s length.
Electrodes, each with an electrode tip end and another for contacting a current source, one portion of each electrode overlying the upper surface of one of the said electrode mounts, and an adhesive layer on the upper surface of the said non-conductive base plate on either side of the said pass line, the electrode tips defining an area between the electrode tips.

A Spliced module for optical fibers sitting along a pass line, a non-conductive v-groove module, and a non-conductive v-groove module are examples of various forms of the invention.

In one embodiment, there is a non-conductive base plate with substantially planar top and bottom surfaces and an approximately longitudinally centering notch, as well as a non-conductive top plate with a substantially planar bottom surface for mounting on the top surface of the base plate and a mating edge for mating against another top plate with an approximately center-ing notched face adjacent to the mating edge.

With a mating edge for mating against the first top plate and an angled face next to the said mating edge, the bottom surface of the non-conductive second top plate has a flat shape for mounting on the top surface of the base plate.

An adhesive layer is positioned on top of a base plate between its top and bottom surfaces for use with an electrode module. This layer is responsible for adhering these two top plates together while allowing the electrode module to be inserted.

It consists of an electrically non-conductive substrate, at least two portions of conductive material disposed on an outer surface of the non-conductive substrate, and at least two substantially planar conductive electrodes with electrode tips overlaid on a layer of the substrate, said at least two substantially planar conductive electrodes being electrically isolated from one another, and
In another embodiment, an optical fiber splice module includes a non-conductive V-groove module that includes both an upper and lower non-conductive plate with substantially planar surfaces and a longitudinal notch in the center. This type of splice is used to align and splice optical fibers resting on the plate, preferably fused.
With a mating edge for mating to another top plate, an angled face adjacent to the mating edge, and a roughly longitudinal notch, a non-conductive first top plate can be mounted on the top surface of the base plate.
With a mating edge for mating against the first top plate and an angled face next to the said mating edge, the bottom surface of the non-conductive second top plate has a flat shape for mounting on the top surface of the base plate.

An adhesive layer is positioned on top of a base plate between its top and bottom surfaces for use with an electrode module. This layer is responsible for adhering these two top plates together while allowing the electrode module to be inserted.
Electrodes with electrode tips that are electrically isolated from each other and electrically connected to an external current source are disposed on an outer surface of a non-conductive substrate that is adapted to make contact with an operatively associated external current source, and at least two substantially planar conductive electrodes with electrode tips that are electrically isolated from each other and electrically connected to an external current source.
Alternatively, a splice module for aligning and splicing optical fibers resting on a pass line can include a base plate with basically planar top and bottom surfaces, with a v-groove module including that.

Mount an upper plate on the top surface of a base plate, a first upper plate with a substantially planar bottom surface, and a second upper plate with a mating edge and a face with an angle next to the said mating edge.

The second top plate has a substantially planar bottom surface for mounting on top of the said base plate, a mating edge for mating against said first plate, a face adjacent to said mating edge; and an adhesive layer located between the top surface of the said base plate, said first and second top plates, thereby adhering them to said base plate, as shown. In a perfect world, the optical fibers would be able to adhere to the groove or be mechanically secured within it.

Bridge/Splice Module

In most cases, girders cannot be manufactured, handled, shipped, or installed in one piece. In some circumstances, the girder must be spliced together in the field to meet the length requirements. Ideally, the shear and moment at the splice site can be transmitted through these splices to the girder.

The Bridge/Splice Module examines the elements that influence bolted field splice design concepts. Field splice design and layout considerations are addressed, including span arrangement, curvature, and girder qualities. Flexural resistance provided by a bolted field splice at the Strength and Service limit states, as well as detailed considerations, are covered in this module.

For example, a bolted field splice for a steel I-girder illustrates calculations for flange and web stress, splice plate design, and the proper selection of bolts. Design checks are provided for splice plate tension, compression, and shear resistance, splice plate fracture and bearing resistance, and bolted connection strength and slip resistance. Limit states of strength, service and fatigue are taken into account.

Super Mini Module

MT-3501-B China Supply 10 Pair Splicing Connection Module

3M Telecom Systems’ 25-pair Modular System Splicing uses the 4000-D Super Mini Module for straight splicing (MS2). It is possible to use the 4005-DPM Super Mate Module with the 4000-D Super Mini to link up to 25 conductor pairs.

The insulation displacement contact (IDC) on both ends of the Super Mini Module takes solid copper conductors with a diameter of 22-28 AWG (0.65-0.32 mm) and an insulation type of PIC, pulp, or paper. Applications requiring moisture resistance owing to high humidity or condensation can benefit from the 4000-C, an encased version of the 4000-D module.
To better understand the 4000-D Super Mini Module’s long-term durability, the modules have been put through a series of tests that place them under conditions that are more extreme than those they will face in real-world operation. It is thought that these tests constitute the most stringent requirements set forth by the telecommunications sector.

It is possible to predict long-term performance in a short period because of the rapid aging provided by the test settings. The overall stability and reliability of the modules are determined by monitoring factors such as Connection Resistance, Insulation Resistance, Dielectric Strength, and Physical Performance during the tests.

3m 710 Splice Modules

An IDC or insulation displacement connection in the 3M 710 Modules Insulation between conductors and contact elements is removed by metallic contact elements, which make contact between conductor and contact element. A gas-tight connection is ensured by this design. Unique design aspects help to alleviate stress. Known as “bat wings” and “cathedral windows,” the plastic sheath retention grip points help keep the conductor insulation in place.

Various splice module configurations provide for a wide range of communications system design possibilities. The wires can be joined using straight connectors when doing a straight splice.

There are two types of half-tap modules: those that allow the connection of two cables and those that allow for the reorganization and transfer of wires without interrupting their service.

When the module body and index strip or cap are forced together, a moisture-resistant material is pushed outward from each 3M 710-filled connector. All air and moisture pockets that might be present around the contacts and conductors can be eliminated when the preloaded compound is fitted correctly. High levels of integrity for moisture protection and space efficiency are provided by the outstanding design of this product.

3m Modular Splicing System

The 3M Modular Splicing Kit 5815 is a completely protected, detachable connector system that may be disconnected and reconnected. For submerged or other areas, it provides an entirely dead-front connection. The 3M Modular Splicing System 5815 Series, rated for 5 to 25 kV and 600 amp industrial shielded power cables, is compatible with this tool kit.

One cable adapter, one aluminum compressed connector, one cold shrink jacketing tube, two silicone lubricants, and more are included in the 3M Modular Splicing Kit 5815. Wire shield, tape shield, UniShield, and jacketed concentric, neutral-type solid dielectric cables are all covered in this guide. It can be used with 5815 kits for dead-ending, splicing, and connecting to dead-front apparatus such as switches, switchgear, and transformers with bushings.

With its insulating plug, you can safely test the circuit without disrupting the bolted connection. Modular components can be added or removed to make the system more adaptable in the future.

Copper Splicing Tools

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A network’s overall performance and signal quality depend on every node. CommScope has created a range of durable connectors for new and existing copper network infrastructures. The high-density mass splicing and single splice connectors we provide are suitable for both dry and wet splicing applications (in-line & butt). In addition, we offer 110-type punch-down tools, which may be used with any device that uses 110-type connectivity, such as RJ45 patch panels and cross-connect blocks.

AMP STACK

High-density mass splicing is made simple with AMP STACK connector technology.

Copper In-line

Single splicing of multi-conductor telephone wires is made possible by copper in-line splice connectors.

Tel-Splice II

Using Tel-Splice II connections, butt connector single splicing telephone cable conductors can be done at a reasonable cost.

Other wiring block tools

110 Series
SL Series
Uniprise M Series
KJ Series