Dust caps may be provided for connectors to protect the polished end face of the optical fiber.
Often a dust cap 204 may be placed about ferrule 202 and the polished end face of the optical fiber to protect the polished end face from contamination from dust, fingerprints or other items which might degrade kic and refrigerator manual optical signal transmission.
Referring now to figs.22 through 27, connector 110 is shown with connector 200 positioned within cavity 118.Optic Network Technology.16 is a second perspective view of the fiber optic connector holder of FIG.When module housing 56 is used for an adapter module 36, each adapter 50 mounted in openings 84 may have a connector 200 inserted into a rear side that will be optically linked with a connector 200 of patch cord 46 inserted into a front.49 through 52, dust cap 204 includes a central opening 208 to receive ferrule 202 when ferrule 202 is inserted through open end 210.
A cable entry 18 in floor 20 allows the multi-strand telecommunications service cables to be fed into interior 13 and customer cables from the splice tray to exit interior.
When assembled as connector holder 110, positioning surface 143 of main housing 112 and positioning surface 161 of cover 132 cooperate to engage both edges 166 of inner housing 134.
34 is a first end view of the inner housing of FIG.
4 is a rear view of the telecommunications connection cabinet of FIG.
29, main housing 112 also includes a slot 142 along both sides of cavity 114 to receiving and positioning a flange of inner housing 134 within cavity 114.It is anticipated that clip 120 will be made of a resilient deformable metal to facilitate insertion and removal from an opening in a bulkhead.To connect a service cable within cabinet 10, the service cable is fed into cabinet 10 through opening 18 in bottom.13 and 14, module housing 56 provides the basic shell for both adapter module 36 and connector holder module.6 is a rear perspective view of the rack, modules and cable management structures of FIG.48 is a perspective view of a bulkhead including a plurality of openings for receiving fiber optic connector adapters and the fiber optic connector holder of FIG.Such connection cables might include fiber optic patch cords terminated with fiber optic connectors.8, taken along line A-A in FIG.Prodejce msxml4.dll chyba 80004005 this name may not contain the character: amp- -page /p, line 386).Housing 56 includes a front face 84 with four openings.