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How to Connect Fiber Optic Splice Box?

First of all, you should choose the appropriate and correct fiber optic splice box. We mainly look at the current of the components in the junction box, one is the maximum current of the work, and the maximum current output when the output is short-circuited. Generally, we calculate according to the short-circuit current. The rated current can be used more safely, so before assembling, we need to know where the production components are located and calculate the correct safe current to ensure our future use.
The fiber optic splice box is equipped with a base, and there is also an optical fiber holder on the base. Open the box cover. The junction box installed on the ground should carefully install the base to ensure the stability of the base. The junction box cover can be opened, but it must be waterproof, dustproof, etc. function, the junction box should be flush with the ground to prevent junction box errors. There are also wiring ports at both ends of the base. We should connect the optical fibers to the wiring ports correspondingly, and then cover the box to test and adjust.
When wiring, you should pay attention to safety, ensure the size of the current, and ensure that the rated current of the fiber optic splice box is sufficient. The junction box installed on the wall should be about 30cm away from the ground. Make sure that the junction box will not be touched when moving on the ground. The various socket panels in the junction box should have identification instructions, and the tool area should ensure that the junction box has enough space and should meet the design requirements. Pay attention to safety when connecting the operation holes in the junction box.
Optical fiber networks have now spread across many areas, and it also provides very convenient conditions for people to access the Internet. However, we must also pay attention to the safety of optical fiber network installation, correct wiring, and allow technicians to operate to ensure that we use safety and junction boxes. 


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