Brochure: NG4access Optical Distribution Frame

NG4access
Optical Distribution Frame (ODF) Platform
2017 PRODUCT CATALOG | 2ND EDITION
Meeting the Challenges of Tomorrow’s High Fiber
Count Networks
Today’s data-intensive services are driving the need for ever-increasing network speeds
and bandwidth capacity in the central office, head end and data center environment. This is
creating the need for more connections between active equipment, and more fiber is being
brought in to serve those connections. For service providers, these higher fiber counts and
fiber densities can create challenges at the optical distribution frame, particularly where it
comes to ease of access and identification of fibers and connectors.
Today’s ODF solutions need to be engineered and configured for fast deployment, ease of
connectivity and with the least amount of risk to the network as possible, as well as the ability
to reconfigure, expand the network and implement new services. CommScope’s NG4access
optical distribution frame (ODF) platform was built from the ground up to provide superior
access to high density fiber terminations. With innovations such as CommScope’s access
trays, universal adapter packs, cabled modules and MPO modules, installing and maintaining
large amounts of fiber can be done faster, easier and less expensively than any previous ODF
solution available on the market.
CommScope’s NG4access ODF Platform delivers the crucial elements of fiber cable
management: connector and cable accessibility, bend radius protection, cable routing paths
and physical protection. If these elements are executed correctly, the network can deliver
its full competitive advantages.
• Connector and Cable Access: Allowing easy access to connectors and installed fibers is
critical in maintaining proper bend radius protection. The NG4access ODF ensures that
any fiber can be installed or removed without inducing a macrobend on an adjacent
fiber. The accessibility provided by features such as CommScope’s craft friendly access
trays can have a significant impact on network reconfiguration time. Accessibility is
most critical during network reconfiguration operations and directly impacts operation
costs and network reliability.
• Bend Radius Protection: Simply put, optimal signal flow ensures network performance
and reliability. CommScope’s NG4access ODF ensures that the proper bend radius is
maintained to prevent attenuation and deliver the highest possible performance as well
as long-term reliability.
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Note: Reduced bend radius cable solutions, while offering a tighter bend radius,
are not a substitute for well-engineered cable management.
• Cable Routing Paths: Improper technician routing of fibers is one of the major
causes of bend radius violations. The NG4access ODF is extremely craft friendly, and
provides routing paths that are clearly defined and easy to follow—leaving no room for
guesswork and ensuring that technicians can easily trace and locate fibers.
• Physical Protection: All fibers should be protected throughout the network from
accidental damage by technicians and equipment. Fibers routed between pieces of
equipment without proper protection are susceptible to damage, which can critically
impact network reliability. CommScope’s robust fiber cable management technology
ensures that every fiber is well protected and designed to withstand daily wear and tear.
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Contents
Meeting the Challenges
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Understanding the NG4access ODF Platform
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Frame
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Rear Fiber Storage Panel
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Empty Frame with Integrated FOTSP
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Equipment Frame
10
Universal Chassis
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Adapter Packs
12
Cabled Modules with Preterminated IFC
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Cabled Modules with 24-Fiber Microcable
15
Microcable Fanout Mounting Bracket Kits
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MPO Modules
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VAMs
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Splice Chassis
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Splice Tray
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Pigtail Cabled Module with 24-Fiber Microcable
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Accessories
24
Splice Protection Sleeves
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Cable Clamp Kit
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Raised Floor Cable Entry Clamp Kit
24
Ribbon Breakout Kits
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AC Outlets
29
End Guard
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Frame Installation Kits
30
Frame Transition Kits
30
Frame Extender
30
Isolation Pad
31
Replacement Access Tray
31
Rear Chassis Door Kits
31
Designation Cards
31
1.2 mm Patch Cords
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FiberGuide FlexExit
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Frame
1.2 mm Patch Cords
CommScope’s NG4access ODF frame is Telcordia® GR-449-CORE, Issue
3 compliant and designed to meet today’s high-density network needs.
The frame is designed with an emphasis on superior cable management
and ease of use, including features such as ample trough space for cable
and jumpers, front and rear access to cable and connectors and storage
for jumpers. The frame sections are shipped from the factory fully
equipped with all cable management hardware including integrated
jumper slack storage. The frame will hold six universal chassis.
The NG4access ODF leverages CommScope‘s revolutionary 1.2 mm
patch cords. These microcable patch cords require half the space of
traditional 1.6 mm patch cords and a third of the space of traditional
2.0 mm patch cords, while maintaining equal performance and handling.
1.2 mm cable incorporates reduced bend radius fiber technology, which
is less susceptible to attenuation caused by handling and macrobends.
Chassis
The optional splice chassis installs on the NG4access frame and holds
up to 48 splice trays. Each tray provides up to 72 fibers, for a total of
3,456 fibers per splice chassis. The splice chassis can be installed without
sacrificing overall frame termination density.
CommScope’s NG4access universal chassis supports configurations up
to 576 terminations with LC adapter packs or 288 terminations with SC
adapter packs. Each chassis includes 24 access trays that can hold adapter
packs, cabled modules, MPO modules, or a combination of each. Craftfriendly design, the chassis features the same interface on the front and
back side of unit.
Adapter Packs
Adapter packs are available in LC-12 and SC-6 pack configurations.
Two adapter packs snap into a single access tray. Each chassis can be
loaded with up to 48 adapter packs. Adapter ports are staggered for easy
connector insertion/removal, and help to clearly identify individual adapter
ports. A single adapter pack will promote universal applications, including
singlemode and multimode, and angled and ultra polished connectors.
Cabled Modules
LC and SC cabled modules enable the routing of fiber cable to the frame,
where multiple connectors are terminated to the frame with a single click.
Cabled modules with integrated connectors ensure the cables are kept in
sequential order, and help prevent accidental fiber breakage or disruption
to adjacent fibers during installation. Cabled modules are available in a
pigtail version for splicing on frame or preterminated to 24-fiber microcable
or conventional IFC cable.
MPO Modules
The MPO module offers the same craft-friendly interface for LC and SC
connectors as the cabled module, but include a rear low-loss MPO adapter
to allow the installer to connect an MPO trunk cable to turn up services in
rapid installation applications.
Value-Added Modules
NG4access VAMs help enhance optical transport systems by providing
flexible, easy to incorporate optical components into the network for
increasing fiber capacity, troubleshooting, or distributing signals to
multiple subscribers.
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Splice Chassis and Trays
Product Overview
A detailed list of product specifications are available in the application and planning guide TECP-90-701.
Recommended applications:
Medium to large fiber count applications. GR-449-CORE, Issue 3 compliant
Description:
High density ODF uses 24-position access trays in configurations of up to 576 terminations in a
single chassis
Number of Fibers, future growth potential:
Up to 3,456 per frame
Flexibility/ability to grow:
Yes
Footprint:
30” W x 24” D
Interconnect:
Excellent
Cross-connect:
Excellent
Accommodates on-frame splicing:
Yes. Up to 3456 splices without sacrificing termination capacity
Rear access:
Yes
Front access:
Yes
Density – terminations per frame:
3456 LC terminations per frame, 1728 SC terminations per frame
Slack storage location:
On-frame (integrated jumper slack storage). Optional rear storage panel
Connector access:
Access tray front and rear
Horizontal trough space available to
accommodate a 20 bay line-up:
Yes, using 1.2 mm jumpers. 10 sq. inches trough x 6 troughs = 60 sq. inches total space.
Jumper Capacities
Front side NG4access ODF jumper wireways are optimized when using 1.2 mm diameter patchcords. At full frame capacity, 1.2 mm patchcords can be
used in both interconnect or cross-connect applications while maintaining compliance with the interoperability objectives of GR-449 CORE. Based on
packing densities defined by GR-449 CORE, the adjacent chart outlines frame capacities when using different patchcord sizes. Only patchcords using
reduced bend radius fiber (G.657.A2) should be used in NG4access ODF’s. Rear side NG4access wireways will accept patchcords up to 2.0 mm while
achieving maximum capacities for both interconnect and cross-connect applications.
SC/1728
Terminations
LC/3456
Terminations
Jumper Diameter (mm)
Cross Connect
Interconnect
Interconnect with FOTSP
1.2
100%
100%
100%
1.6
100%
100%
100%
1.7
100%
100%
100%
2.0
100%
78%
100%
1.2
100%
100%
100%
1.6
100%
61%
100%
1.7
100%
54%
100%
2.0
78%
39%
78%
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Overhead Fiberguide Layouts
Rear Fiber Entry for Cross-Connect Applications using NG4 Frame wih Rear FOTSP
Dual Front Fiber Entry for Interconnect Applications
FiberGuide and the Flex Exit were designed to ensure a proper fiber protection
and a precise drop from the raceway system into CommScope’s NG4access optical
distribution frame (ODF) or other high-density frame solutions. See more information
on page 37.
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Empty Frame
The NG4access frame is the cornerstone of the NG4access ODF product
line. This seismic GR-63 Zone 4 rated frame utilizes an industry-standard
base frame and has six horizontal rear troughs and lower trough. This
abundant trough space minimizes fiber pileup and congestion, leading to
easier jumper traceability and removal. The frame has mounting positions
for (6) NG4access 7-inch high chassis, which will hold up to 576 LC or 288
SC connections. On the rear of the frame, a mounting location is available
for a single splice chassis without sacrificing an available chassis position
for standard chassis. The vertical cable guides and slack storage system
are designed to accommodate 3,456 LC terminations using 1.2 mm patch
cords while maintaining a 15 mm bend radius protection at all bending
locations. For additional flexibility in cable routing, the frame also includes
a built-in jumper storage area on the left side. The NG4access frame
meets interoperability standards covered in GR-449-CORE, Issue 3 and
accommodates standard 19-inch wide frame mount equipment.
Front View
Front View
Rear View
Side View
Ordering information
Description
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Max. Termination Capacity
Part Number
Empty NG4access frame
2.14 m x 762 mm x 610 mm
(7' x 30" x 24")
3,456 LC or 1728 SC
terminations or per frame
NG4-FR100000
See page 11 for more information on the chassis. See page 12 for more information on the adapter packs.
See page 30 to order frame installation kits.
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Rear FOTSP*
The rear fiber optic terminal storage panel is a filler that mounts next to
the NG4access frame and provides storage capacity for up to 3.6 meters
(12 feet) of excess jumper slack. The panel is mounted to the right side of
the frame (looking from rear of the frame) it is serving and is accessed
from the rear of the frame.
*Not required when ordering integrated NG4access frame, NG4-FR1000A1
Ordering information
Description
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Part Number
Rear FOTSP; for
use with single and
dual jumpers
2.14 m x 305 mm x
610 mm
(7' x 12" x 24")
NG4-ACCFOTSP
NG4 Door Kit
The NG4 Door Kit provides all of the materials to install doors (left and
right) that provide refined aesthetics and full coverage on the front and
rear of the NG4 frame.
Includes:
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Front doors (2)
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Rear doors (2)
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Support brackets, door guides and mounting brackets
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All hardware and fasteners
Ordering information
Description
Part Number
NG4 Door Kit
NG4-ACCFRMDRKT2
Note: Used with Frame NG4-FR100000
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Front View
Rear View
Empty Frame with Integrated FOTSP
For applications where a rear FOTSP will be used next to an NG4access
frame, consideration should be made to order the Empty NG4access
Frame with Integrated FOTSP. In this configuration, the functions of the
two items are captured under a single ordering number with the added
benefit of enhancing the front side cable management. Specifically,
the integrated frame with FOTSP allows for larger front side vertical
wireways on the slack storage interbay management panel. The rear side
jumper storage wireways and slack management system are identical in
size regardless of ordering the empty frame with integrated FOTSP part
number or ordering the empty frame and FOTSP as separate items. The
overall width (42 inches wide x 24 in deep) is also the same if ordering
the integrated version or if ordering the two items separately.
Front View
Rear View
Integrated FOTSP
Rear View
Front View
Rear View
Separate FOTSP and Frame
Ordering information
Description
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Max. Termination Capacity
Part Number
Empty NG4access frame with
integrated FOTSP
2.14 m x 1067 mm x 610 mm
(7' x 42" x 24")
3,456 LC or 1,728 SC
terminations per frame
NG4-FR1000A1
NG4 Door Kit
The NG4 Door Kit provides all of the materials to install doors (left and right) that provide refined aesthetics and full coverage on the front and rear of the NG4 frame.
Includes:
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Front doors (2)
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Rear doors (2)
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Support brackets, door guides and mounting brackets
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All hardware and fasteners
Ordering information
Description
Part Number
NG4 Door Kit
NG4-ACCIFRMDRKT1
Note: Used with Frame NG4-FR1000A1
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Equipment Frame
The NG4 Equipment Frame allows mounting of standard 23“ active
equipment in the same form factor as standard NG4 frames, providing
seamless alignment through rear troughs and cable pathways.
Front View
Side View
Front View
Rear View
Ordering information
Description
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Max. Termination Capacity
Part Number
NG4access Equipment Frame
2.14m x 762mm x 610mm
7’ x 30” x 24”
76 1.00” WECO
23” Mounting Spaces
NG4-FR1EQ001
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Universal Chassis
The 7” universal chassis will hold up to 576 LC or 288 SC termina ons. Each
chassis includes 24 access trays. A single access tray can hold (2) LC12 or
SC6 adapter packs, or a cabled module, MPO module or VAM module, any
of which can be mixed and matched in the same chassis. Designed for easy
technician access, the chassis features the same user interface on the front
and back side of unit. During service turn-up and maintenance, the access
trays pull open and lock in place for easy access to connectors. Pivot points
on the access trays prevent the ber from moving when opening and closing
trays, which helps prevent any unwanted disturbances to live services. A
front door with designa on cards ships with every chassis. The chassis will
install in a 19” standard equipment rack and occupies (4) 1.75" rack spaces.
Front Chassis View
Ordering information
Description
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Part Number
Universal chassis
with access trays;
front door and
designa on cards
483 x 457 x 175 mm
(19.0” x 18.0” x 6.9”)
NG4-CH100000
Front Chassis View
Door Open
Rear Chassis View
Access Tray Open
Access Trays with (2) LC 12 and (2) SC 6 Adapter Packs Installed
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E-Series Chassis
The 7” (4RU) E-Series chassis is a cost-efficient option for NG4 deployment.
• Holds up to 576 LC or 288 SC terminations in 24 access trays.
• A single access tray can hold
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(2) LC12 adaptor packs
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(2) SC6 adapter packs
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(1) cabled module, MPO module or VAM module
• Modules may be mixed and matched in the same chassis.
Chassis
• Installs in NG4 frames or standard 19” racks
• Non GR and Seismic rated
• Front doors may be ordered separately
Ordering information
Description
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Part Number
E- Series chassis
with access trays
483 x 457 x 175 mm
(19.0" x 18.0" x 6.9")
NG4-CH100000-E
Front Chassis View
Back Chassis View
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Universal Adapter Packs
Adapter packs are designed to accept a variety of connector types,
including singlemode and multimode, angled and ultra polished
connections. The flexibility of the adapter pack helps service providers
reduce ordering SKU’s and total inventory requirements. The staggered
adapter pack design help installers access connectors without pinching or
moving adjacent connections; they also eliminate the need for installers
to use extraction tools, and help clearly identify individual fiber ports.
Two LC12 or SC6 adapter packs can be installed per tray, and up to 48
total adapter packs per chassis. A specially designed latch window on the
rear of the LC adapter pack (see photo below) and key slot window on
the SC adapter pack allow easy identification of the connector type on
the opposite side of the unit. As a result, technicians will always know the
connector type installed in the adapter, no matter if they are working from
the front or rear side of the ODF.
LC12 Universal Adapter Packs
Ordering information
Description
Fibers
Snap-in LC12
universal
adapter pack.
Kit of 2 packs
with labels.
24
Snap-in SC6
universal
adapter pack.
Kit of 2 packs
with labels.
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Dimensions
(H x W x D)
Part Number
NG4APLC120000
84 mm x 33 mm x
10 mm
(3.3" x 1.3" x .4")
Latch window on LC adapter pack allows
for easy connector identification
SC6 Universal Adapter Packs
NG4APSC060000
Adapter packs accept a variety of connector types
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Preterminated Cabled Modules
NG4access cabled modules will save operators significant time and cost
in their cable deployments. Using the LC cabled module, for example, an
installer can route a 24-fiber cable to any access tray in a universal chassis,
then rapidly terminate the module's 24-fiber connectors using a single
click, rather than installing 24 individual connectors. Cabled modules
are available in LC and SC, singlemode configurations. Each module is
designed for craft friendliness. Individual adapter ports are labeled for
easy identification. Two cable options are available with cabled modules,
conventional IFC or 24-fiber microcable IFC cable.
LC Cabled Module with Preterminated IFC
LC Cabled Module with
24-Fiber Microcable
Cabled Modules with Preterminated IFC
With IFC cabled module solutions, multiple cabled modules are
preterminated to IFC cable. For example, a 144 LC configuration would
include six 24-fiber cabled modules secured to a 144 IFC cable. Rather
than handling and installing 144 discrete connectors, the six cabled
modules quickly snap into place on the access tray saving installation time
and greatly reducing wiring errors and the potential for breaking adjacent
fiber connectors. IFC cabled modules are available with stub ends or with
connectors or cabled modules on the far end. All IFC cabled modules utilize
reduced bend radius fiber and have the appropriate break out length to be
installed in any access tray on any chassis in the frame. IFC cabled modules
ordered with far end connectors can be used as tie cables to existing
legacy ODF's. The far end breakouts for these assemblies are designated by
the last three digits in the ordering configurations. All IFC cabled modules
ship with the cable clamp required on the NG4access frame and at the far
end if required for double ended assemblies.
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LC Cabled Module with Preterminated IFC
Cabled Modules with Preterminated IFC (continued)
1
2
3
4
5
NG4 - CMD X X XX XXX XXX
Far End Breakout Style
If not a stub or cabled module, enter an option
from below.
Cabled Module Connector Type #1
Singlemode
1
K
LC ultra polish
M
LC angled polish
7
SC ultra polish
L
SC angled polish
5
Far End Connector Type #2*
Singlemode
2
Stub or cabled module
NG3
NG3 72 and 144 position panel
NG
NGF 96 and 144-position FTB
NO
NGF 48 and 72-position FTB
A
7" FCM
B
8" FCM
LA
LSX 72 and 96-position panel
LB
LSX 144-position panel
0
No connector/stub end
K
LC ultra polish
M
LC angled polish
7
SC ultra polish
L
SC angled polish
016
16 m (50')
N
Cabled Module**
023
23 m (75')
031
31 m (100')
046
46 m (150')
061
61 m (200')
092
92 m (300')
Standard Cable Length***
4
Cable Type
Diameter
3
Blank
GH
72 ribbon IFC
14 mm
.55"
KS
96 ribbon IFC
14.7 mm
.58"
HS
144 ribbon IFC
17.3 mm
.68"
JS
216 Ribbon IFC
15.5 mm
.61”
** Far end cabled module connector type is
always same as type #1 connector type
GQ
72 stranded IFC
11.9 mm
.47"
*** Use XXX for non-standard lengths in meters
KQ
96 stranded IFC
13.7 mm
.54"
HQ
144 stranded IFC
17.7 mm
.70"
GR
72 Ribbon Indoor/Outdoor
15.5 mm
.61"
KR
96 Ribbon Indoor/Outdoor
15.5 mm
.61"
HR
144 Ribbon Indoor/Outdoor
15.5 mm
.61"
JR
216 Ribbon Indoor/Outdoor
18 mm
.71”
GL
72 Stranded Indoor/Outdoor
11.9 mm
.47"
KL
96 Stranded Indoor/Outdoor
13.7 mm
.54"
HL
144 Stranded Indoor/Outdoor
17.7 mm
.70"
* Far end connector option only available with
stranded cable
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Cabled Modules with 24-Fiber Microcable
For LC configurations, a single cabled module is connected to a 24-fiber
microcable. For SC configurations, two cabled modules are connected
to a 24-fiber microcable. The 24-fiber microcable is a plenum rated dual
zip-cable containing reduced bend radius 250 micron fiber in a loose
tube design. The 24-fiber microcable has the same compression, tensile
strength and crush rating as conventional IFC cable and is fully compliant
with GR-409. It can be secured to overhead cable racking or is flexible to
be placed in FiberGuide or any fiber cable management system. Cabled
modules are available with a stub end or with connectors on the far end.
The breakout length for 24 fiber microcable IFC with far end connectors is
45 inches. This breakout length will accommodate all legacy CommScope
ODF solutions however, a fanout mounting bracket kit must be ordered
separately to match the far end clamping requirements.
Two SC Cabled Modules with 24-Fiber Microcable
2 Modules Stacked for Photo
Plenum PVC outer jacket
Aramid yarn
3 mm
strength members
12 x 250 μm acrylate
coated fibers
Ordering information
1
2
3
4
NG4 - CMD X X M2 XXX
Cabled Module Connector Type #1
Standard Cable Length***
Singlemode
1
16 m (50')
023
23 m (75')
K
LC ultra polish
M
LC angled polish
031
31 m (100')
7
SC ultra polish
046
46 m (150')
L
SC angled polish
061
61 m (200')
4
Cable Type
Far End Connector Type #2
Singlemode
2
016
3
M2
24-fiber microcable
0
No connector/stub end
K
LC ultra polish****
M
LC angled polish****
7
SC ultra polish****
*** Use XXX for non-standard lengths in meters
**** Far End Fanout 900um upjacketing.
L
SC angled polish****
N
Cabled Module**
E
MPO Connector
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** Far end cabled module connector type is always
same as type #1 connector type
Contact CommScope’s Technical Assistance Center
for availability of other upjacketing options.
Microcable Fanout Mounting Bracket Kits
for 45” 900 Micron Breakouts
Additional hardware is required if loading cabled modules with 24- fiber
microcables with far end connectors into an adapter–only legacy ODF
panel. Microcable fanout mounting brackets convert adapter-only panels to
accept preterminated microcables with 900 micron breakouts. The bracket
kits contain the cable management hardware, brackets and cable clamps to
convert the panel to accept microcables and properly secure fanouts.
NG3 Panel Bracket Kit
Ordering information
Description
Microcable Fanout Kits
Part Number
7" FCM panels
RCP-CLPKITSBFCM
8" FCM panels
RCP-CLPKITFCM
LSX panels (all sizes)
RCP-CLPKITLSX
NGF Left 144 FTB
NGF-ACCRCMSLU
NGF Right 144 FTB
NGF-ACCRCMSRU
NG3 panel
RCP-CLPKITNG3
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MPO Modules
The MPO module offers a craft-friendly interface for 24 LC or 12 SC
connectors to MPO adapters — enabling a rapid connection to electronics
or a fiber tie panel such as CommScope’s Rapid fiber panel solution.
Leveraging an MPO architecture, technicians can route and install higher
fiber counts faster and easier, while simplifying cable inventory and ordering
requirements. The MPO module occupies one access tray position and easily
snaps into place.
Left Exit LC MPO Module
with 2 rear MPO Adapters
Unless noted modules employ Method A (straight) polarity.
Right Exit SC MPO Module
with 1 Rear MPO Adapter
Ordering information
1
Cabled Module Connector Type #1
Singlemode
1
K
LC ultra polish
M
LC angled polish
7
SC ultra polish
L
SC angled polish
2
3
NG4 - MMD X X XX 000
Exit Direction
3
0L
Left exit (for MPO module)
0R
Right exit (for MPO module)
Multimode
C
LC
T
SC
Order Right Exit
MPO modules for
Order Left Exit
Cabled Module Connector Type #1
Singlemode
2
E
access trays on this
MPO modules for
side of chassis
access trays on this
side of chassis
MPO 12 fiber
Multimode
M
MPO Elite 12 fiber OM4
Universal Chassis
Rear View
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Value-Added Modules
The NG4access Value-Added Modules (VAMs) product family features an
array of monitor, CWDM and DWDM devices for use in CommScope’s
NG4access optical distribution frame (ODF). NG4access VAMs help
enhance optical transport systems by providing flexible, easy to incorporate
optical components into the network for increasing fiber capacity,
troubleshooting, or distributing signals to multiple subscribers.
Technician-friendly, the NG4access VAMs features staggered adapter ports
for easy connector access and identification without pinching or moving
adjacent connections – minimizing unwanted disturbances to live services.
Craft-friendly module design promotes easy integration into CommScope’s
NG4access ODF: one NG4access VAM can be loaded per tray, with up
to 24 total VAMs per chassis. The VAMs are available in 24 LC connector
interfaces with angled and ultra polished configurations.
NG4access VAM
Module Types
• Monitor VAMs
• CWDM VAMs
• DWDM VAMs
Applications
• Non-intrusive circuit monitoring
• Service turn-up verification and troubleshooting
• CWDM/DWDM upgrades for metro networks
• CWDM/DWDM upgrades for wireless backhaul
NG4access ODF Platform
(Sold Separately)
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Splitter VAMs
Splitter VAMs are used to split (or combine) optical signal power from one
fiber to multiple fibers. NG4access VAM splitters can be used for signal
distribution in PON networks or for redundant path route protection.
NG4access splitter VAMs occupy up to three access trays in the universal
chassis and snap easily into place.
Ordering information
1
2
3
4
5
6
NG4 - V X X X X X X
Module Type
1
S
Number of Splitters
Splitter
6
Connector Orientation
2
One
5
Five
2
Two
6
Six
3
Three
7
Seven
Four
8
Eight
4
K
LC UPC
M
LC APC
7
SC UPC
Split Radio
L
SC APC
B
1x2
50/50
4
1x4
25/25/...
8
1x8
12.5/12.5/...
Left
16
1 x 16
...
Right
32
1 x 32
...
5
Module Orientation
3
1
L
R
Port Configuration
4
F
All Front
Example Shown:
NG4-VSMLF132 (NG4access VAM Splitter, LC APC, Left Orientation,
All front ports, One splitter, 1x32 split ratio)
Note: Most splitter modules will occupy one tray in the NG4 universal
chassis. 1x32 splitters will occupy three trays.
Single High NG4access VAM
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Double High NG4access VAM
Triple High NG4access VAM
Singlemode Monitor VAMs
Singlemode Monitor VAMs are used for non-intrusive monitoring and testing of fiber optic network signals. VAM modules provide a wide range of tap
ratios to accommodate specific application requirements.
The ability to easily monitor both directions at a single point greatly reduces the time necessary to analyze traffic patterns, locate failures, and monitor
signal degradation. NG4access Monitor VAMs occupy one access tray in the universal chassis and easily snap into place. The NG4access universal chassis
holds up to 12 left and 12 right orientation VAMs.
Ordering information
1
2
3
4
5
NG4 - VM X X X X X
Connector Type
1
Tap Ratio (Thru/Monitor Tap %)
K
LC UPC
B
95/5
M
LC APC
A
90/10
7
SC UPC
E
80/20
L
SC APC
H
70/30
J
60/40
C
50/50
5
Module Orientation
(As viewed from rear of chassis)
2
L
Left
R
Right
Port Configuration
3
F
All Front
Number of Circuits
4
1
One
2
Two
3
Three
4
Four
Example Shown:
NG4-VMMLF4A (NG4access VAM Monitor, LC UPC, Left Orientation, All
front ports, four circuits, 90/10 tap ratio)
All Front Port Configuration
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Multimode Monitor VAMs
Multimode Monitor VAMs are used for non-intrusive monitoring and testing of fiber optic network signals. VAM modules provide a wide range of tap
ratios to accommodate specific application requirements.
The ability to easily monitor both directions at a single point greatly reduces the time necessary to analyze traffic patterns, locate failures, and monitor
signal degradation. NG4access Monitor VAMs occupy one access tray in the universal chassis and easily snap into place. The NG4access universal chassis
holds up to 12 left and 12 right orientation VAMs. Multimode Monitor VAMs work at data rates of 10Gbps and lower.
Ordering information
1
2
3
4
5
6
NG4 - VM X X X X X X
Connector Type
1
KN
MM LC 50 micron
Data Rate
6
Module Orientation
L
Left
R
Right
5
Port Configuration
3
F
All Front
All Front Port Configuration
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10 Gbps Multimode
Tap Ratio (Thru/Monitor Tap %)
(As viewed from rear of chassis)
2
010GM
H
70/30
J
60/40
C
50/50
Number of Circuits
4
4
Four
CWDM & DWDM VAMs
Coarse Wavelength Division Mulitiplexing (CWDM) and Dense Wavelength Division Mulitiplexing (DWDM) VAMs are used to combine (or separate) two or
more signals with different wavelengths.
CWDM VAM modules provide a wide range of wavelength combinations from 4 to 8 channels while DWDM VAM modules are typically used for higher channel
count requirements and combine 8 to 40 channels based on the ITU DWDM wavelengths.
Both CWDM and DWDM modules are available with up to 12 SC or 24 LC front facing connectors. Test ports are available for signal turn-up and test access.
NG4access CWDM VAMs occupy one access tray in the universal chassis. NG4access DWDM VAMs occupy either one, two or three access trays in the
universal chassis. The NG4access universal chassis holds up to 12 left and 12 right orientation single high VAMs. Which easily snap into place.
For details please contact your account manager or field application engineer in regards to available configurations.
Single High NG4access VAM
Double High NG4access VAM
Triple High NG4access VAM
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Splice Chassis
The splice chassis installs on the back side of the NG4access frame below
the bottom horizontal trough and holds up to 48 splice trays. Each tray
holds up to 72 fibers, for a total of 3,456 fibers per splice chassis. Pigtail
24-fiber microcable cabled modules connect any universal chassis to the
splice chassis.
Ordering information
Description
Dimensions
Part Number
Splice Chassis;
empty
686 mm x 314 mm x
406 mm
(27" x 12.36" x 15.99")
NG4-CH200000
Splice Chassis Installed at
Bottom of Frame
(rear cover removed)
Individual splice trays not included.
Splice Tray
Splice tray holds up to six mass fusion protection sleeves for 72-fiber
capacity or up to 24 single fusion protection sleeves. Each tray provides for
storage of 6 feet of jacketed cable and an additional 3 feet of unjacketed
fiber inside the tray.
Ordering information
Pigtail not included
Description
Dimensions
Splice Chip
Part Number
Splice tray
148 mm x 191 mm x 19 mm
(5.83" x 7.53" x .745")
single fusion
NG4-ACCWHSFS
mass fusion
NG4-ACCWHMFS
Pigtail Cabled Module with 24-Fiber Microcable
Pigtail cabled modules can be installed in any of the 6 universal chassis loaded in a frame and can be
routed to the splice chassis to reach the splice tray with appropriate storage.
Ordering information
Description
24-fiber pigtail*
cabled module
LC ultra polish connectors
NG4-CMDK0M2008
LC angled polish connectors
NG4-CMDM0M2008
SC ultra polish connectors
NG4-CMD70M2008
SC angled polish connectors
NG4-CMDL0M2008
* Stranded microcable construction. When splicing to ribbon IFC/OSP cable,
microcable fiber will need to be ribbonized
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Part Number
LC Pigtail Cabled Module
Splice Protections Sleeves
The splice protector sleeve is constructed to protect a splice post fusion. It is made from heat shrinkable
material and contains a built-in strength member for physical protection of the fusion splice. The splice
protector sleeve is placed on the fiber before making a splice, moved over the splice when the splice
fusion is complete and shrunk into place. They are available in either single fiber or mass fusion sleeves.
Splice Protector Sleeve
Ordering information
Description
Dimensions
Part Number
Splice protector
sleeve for
Single fiber – single fusion; 40 mm (1.6") length, 1 each
FST-ACC005
12-fiber – mass fusion – heat shrink; 40 mm (1.6") length, 1 each
FST-ACC006
Cable Clamp Kits
Ordering information
Description
Part Number
Cable Clamp Kit; Includes clamps and grommets for securing 6 OSP or IFC cables with diameters up to 0.8 inches at
the top of the frame*
NG4ACCCLMPEXP1
Large Cable Clamp Kit; Includes clamps and grommets for securing 4 OSP or IFC cables with diameters from 0.8
inches to 1.2 inches at the top of the frame*
NG4ACCCLMPEXP2
* CommScope preterminated IFC cabled modules include a cable clamp
Raised Floor Cable Entry Clamp Kit
Ordering information
Description
Part Number
Raised Floor Cable Entry Clamp Kit; Includes mounting brackets, a management spool and clamps and grommets for
24 cables (diameter up to 0.8 inches)
NG4-ACCRFCLMP1
Raised Floor Large Cable Clamp Kit; Includes one cable clamp and grommet for cables with diameters from 0.8
inches to 1.2 inches. This clamp kit mounts to the raised floor cable entry clamp mounting bracket
NG4-ACCRFCLMP3
Raised Floor IFC Slack Management Kit; Spool kit for managing IFC
sub-unit slack. Kit includes one spool.
NG4ACCSPOOLKIT1
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Ribbon Breakout kits contain combinations of bases and protective tubes that are used
to protect the fiber ribbon matrix as it transitions from clamped OSP and IFC cables to a
splice tray used in the NG4access splice chassis.
Ribbon Fibers
Central
Strength
Member
Cable Jacket
Metallic Sheath
(Oponal)
Breakout Kit for Ribbon in Loose Buffer Tube
(RLBT) OSP Cable
Ribbon in loose buffer tube OSP cables are constructed as shown in Figure 1. All RLBT
cables feature six subunits surrounding a central strength member. Depending on the
fiber count of the cable, some of the subunits may be used as filler subunits (a solid plastic unit
without any fiber). Each subunit containing fiber is comprised of six or twelve ribbons featuring
12 fibers per ribbon.
Subunit with (6 or 12)
12-fiber Ribbons
Filler
Subunits
(No Fiber)
Figure 1
Ribbon buffer tube (RLBT) OSP cable
Figure 1: Ribbon buffer tube (RLBT) OSP cable
Breakout kits for RLBT cables contain multiple breakout bases, each with 5-meter lengths of
protective tubing (see Figure 2). The protective tubing accommodates up to six ribbons. One
breakout kit fits into each individual subunit. For mass fusion ribbon splicing applications,
CommScope recommends splicing up to 72 fibers (six ribbons) in a splice tray. The tray should
be equipped with an “MT” splice chip (see page 93 for information on mechanical or mass fusion
ribbon trays). For single fusion splicing applications, CommScope recommends 24 fibers per tray
using either two single trays or one dual tray. This kit is used to protect fiber ribbons between the
cable clamp and the splice tray.
Breakout kits are designed for use in controlled environments only.
Figure 2
Breakout kit for RLBT OSP Cable
Ordering information
1
Number of Protective Tubes Per Subunit
1
2
BLK - RLBT - A XX XX 0
1
Number of Subunits Containing Fiber
01
One
01
One
02
Two
02
Two
03
Three
03
Three
04
Four
04
Four
05
Five
05
Five
06
Six
06
Six
2
1-6 ribbons may be placed in each protective tube
Protective tubing length = 5 meters
1
The number of protective tubes per subunit is calculated as follows:
Divide the number of fibers per subunit (typically 72 or 144) by the number of fibers (12, 24, 36, 48, 72) to be spliced in each splice tray.
Example: If each subunit has 144 fibers with 36 fibers per tray, then each subunit would require four protective tubes.
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Breakout Kit for Ribbon Central Tube (RCT)
OSP Cable
MoistureBlocking
Compound
Ribbon central tube OSP cables are constructed as shown in Figure 1. The ribbons in RCT
cables feature 12 or 24 fibers per ribbon. Cables with 288 or more fibers are typically built
with ribbons featuring 24 fibers per ribbon. Each cable consists of a single central tube
that encloses the ribbons.
Ribbon Fibers
Cable Jacket
Metallic Sheath
(Optional)
Radial
Strength
Members
Central
Tube
Breakout kits for RCT cables contain a single breakout base attached to the central tube.
Protective tubing is attached to the breakout base in 5-meter lengths (see Figure 2).
Smaller protective tubing can accommodate up to six ribbons featuring 12 fibers per
ribbon. Larger tubing is used for ribbons with 24 fibers per ribbon.
Figure
Figure 1: Ribbon Central Tube
(RCT)1OSP
cable construction
Ribbon central tube (RCT) OSP cable construction
For mass fusion ribbon splicing, CommScope recommends splicing 72 fibers per tray. For
ribbon featuring 12 fibers per ribbon, six ribbons would be spliced in each tray. For ribbon
featuring 24 fibers per ribbon, three ribbons would be spliced in each tray.
OSP cable
Hole plug
Breakout base
Protective tubing with
up to (6) 12- or 24-fiber
ribbons
2
#1
4
#2
Water-blocking fill hole*
6
#3
2
#1
4
#2
Central tube
6
#3
Figure 2
Breakout base
Breakout kit for RCT cable
Protective tubing with up to (6)
12-fiber ribbons
Figure 3: Breakout kit for RCT cable
Figure 3
Breakout kit for RCT cable
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RCT Breakout Kit Typical Configurations
432- and 864-fiber ribbon in central tube (RCT) OSP cables featuring 24 fibers per ribbon
are common. The table below shows the number of protective tubes per breakout base
required for 432- and 864-fiber cables based on the number of fibers per tray. This kit is
used to protect fiber ribbons between the cable clamp and splice tray.
Number of Fibers
per Tray
Number of Ribbons per
Protective Tube
432-Fiber Central Tube OSP
Cable, 24-Fiber Ribbon
864-Fiber Central Tube OSP
Cable, 24-Fiber Ribbon
24
1
18
36
48
2
9
18
72
3
6
12
Breakout kits with 36 protective tubes use a large breakout base, kits with 9–18 protective tubes use
a medium breakout base and kits with 6 protective tubes use a small breakout base.
Ordering information
1
2
3
BLK - RCT - X XX X 0
Ribbon Type
1
A
< /= 12-fiber
B
24-fiber
Number of Protective Tubes per Breakout Base1
01
02
General Tube Outside Diameter
03
04
Refer to Figure 3 (Pg 28) for kit style
General Tube Outside Diameter
05
2
3
06
09
12
16
18
Refer to Figure 2 (Pg 28) for kit style
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Fiber Count
Number of
Fibers per Ribbon
12-96
12
108-216
12
B
5 mm – 8 mm (0.2” – 0.33”)
C
8 mm – 11 mm (0.33” – 0.43”)
D
11 mm – 15 mm (0.43” – 0.6”)
240-432
24
E
15 mm – 20 mm (0.6” – 0.8”)
576, 720, 864
24, 36
1
1-6 ribbons may be placed in each protective tube with either 12 or 24 fibers per
ribbon. Protective tubing length = 5 meters
1
Divide the number of fibers per central tube (typically between 144 and 864) by
the number of fibers (12, 24, 36, 48, 72) to be spliced in each splice tray.
Example: If the central tube has 864 fibers with 36 fibers per splice tray, then the
breakout base would require 24 protective tubes.
For installation instructions, refer to user manual ADCP-93-305.
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Breakout Kit for Intrafacility (IFC) Ribbon Cables
CommScope's ribbon IFC cables have a central tube construction. The ribbons in IFC cables
feature 12 fibers per ribbon. A central tube encloses the ribbons and features fiber counts
ranging from 24 fibers to 216 fibers. Central tubes with 72, 96, 144 and 216 fibers are most
common.
Breakout kits for these cables can be configured from the information listed on page 31.
The breakout kits for IFC cables contain a single breakout base attached to the central tube.
Protective tubing is attached to the breakout base in 5-meter lengths and can accommodate up
to six ribbons featuring 12 fibers per ribbon.
Breakout Kit for IFC Ribbon Cables
For mass fusion ribbon splicing, CommScope recommends splicing 72 fibers per tray. For ribbon
featuring 12 fibers per ribbon, six ribbons would be spliced in each tray. For ribbon featuring 24
fibers per ribbon, three ribbons would be spliced in each tray.
Ordering information
IFC Cable Fiber Count
Number of Fibers per Tray
Part Number
72
36
BLK-RIFC-A02B0
72
72
BLK-RIFC-A01B0
96
48
BLK-RIFC-A02B0
144
36
BLK-RIFC-A04C0
144
72
BLK-RIFC-A02C0
216
36
BLK-RIFC-A06C0
216
72
BLK-RIFC-A03C0
432
72
BLK-RIFC-A06E0
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IFC Breakout Kit Typical Configurations
When splicing IFC ribbon cables, CommScope recommends 72 fibers per tray.
Ordering information
1
2
BLK - RIFC - A XX X 0
Number of Protective Tubes Per Breakout Base 1, 2
1
01
One
02
Two
03
Three
04
Four
1
1–6 ribbons may be placed in each protective tube CommScope recommends 6 ribbon units
(72 fibers) per tube. Protective tubing length = 5 meters
2
The
number of protective tubes per central tube is calculated as follows:
Divide the number of fibers per central tube (typically between 72 and 216) by the number of fibers
(12, 24, 36, 48, 72) to be spliced in each splice tray.
Example: If the central tube has 144 fibers with 36 fibers per splice tray, then the breakout base
would require four protective tubes.
For installation instructions, refer to user manual ADCP-93-305.
Please contact CommScope Technical Assistance Center.
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General Tube Outside Diameter
2
B
5 mm – 8 mm (0.2” – 0.33”)
C
8 mm – 11 mm (0.33” – 0.43”)
D
11 mm – 15 mm (0.43” – 0.6”)
E
15 mm – 20 mm (0.6” – 0.8”)
Frame Extender
The frame extender is used to extend the height of a 7-foot frame to the appropriate super structure height so that it
can be secured overhead. NG4access chassis are designed to be mounted up to 7 feet. Frame extenders to not extend
the chassis mounting capacity.
Ordering information
Description
Part Number
Frame Extender 610 mm (24")
NG4-ACCFR1EXT-24
Frame Extender 1.37 m (54")
NG4-ACCFR1EXT-54
End Guard
The end guard provides protection for the fibers entering and exiting frames at the ends of a lineup.
Ordering information
Description
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Part Number
End guard mounts on
NG4access frame
2.14 m x 64 mm x 610 mm (7' x 2.5" x
24")
NG4-ACCEGDB1
Frame Installation Kits
Frame installation kits may be used on network frames and are seismic zone 4 rated. Kits include all necessary hardware.
Ordering information
Description
Part Number
Frame installation kits for
Computer floor
FDF-ACC146
Overhead support
RINST-TOP7
Concrete floor
RINST-FLR
Frame Transition Kits
Frame transition kits are available to cap and grow from existing legacy ODF line-ups to new NG4access line-ups.
Transition kits allow for cross-connect jumpers to route between old and new frames.
Ordering information
Description
Transition Width
Part Number
NG4access to NG3 frames
0"
NG4-ACCNG3TRANS
NG4access to NGF frames
2.5"
NG4-ACCNGFTRANS
NG4access to 8” FDF frames
12"
NG4-ACC8TRANS
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Isolation Pad
A template for frame installation providing isolation between the frame, fiber optic terminal storage bay,
end guard and the floor.
Ordering information
Description
Isolation pad for
Part Number
NG4access frame
NG4-ACCISOPFRM
Fiber optic terminal jumper storage panel
NG4-ACCISOPFOTSP
NG4access end guard
NG3-ACCISOPEGD
Replacement Access Tray
Ordering information
Description
Part Number
Single access tray; (empty) for replacement in NG4access chassis.
This kit can replace access trays on either the left or right side of
the chassis.
NG4-ACCTRAYKIT1
Replacement Access Tray
Replacement Access Tray Door Kit
Ordering information
Description
Part Number
Kit of 5 access tray doors, springs and laser eye protection label
NG4-ACCTRAYKIT5
Rear Chassis Door Kits
Flip down door kits are available for rear chassis installation and include the mounting bracket and
designation cards.
Ordering information
Description
Part Number
Rear door, bracket and designation labels
NG4-ACCRDOORKIT1
Designation Cards
Rear Chassis Door Kit and Designation Cards
Designation cards for universal chassis.
Ordering information
Description
Part Number
Kit of 24 cards; for front or rear door
NG4-ACCCARDKIT1
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1.2 mm Cable Patch Cords
CommScope’s revolutionary 1.2 mm small form factor patch cords are available with LC or SC
connectors and occupies half the space of traditional 1.6 mm patch cords and a third of the space of
traditional 2.0 mm patch cords. In environments where space constraints and cable routing prove most
challenging, the 1.2 mm patch cords offer the necessary flexibility and quality to realize significant labor
and cost savings for service providers.
1.2 mm SC Patch Cord
Features
• SC/UPC, SC/APC, LC/UPC and LC/APC connector versions
• Reduced Bend Radius fiber OFNP cable
• Compatible with industry standard fiber cable and SC and LC connectors
• Same tensile strength and crush rating as 1.6 mm, 2.0 mm or 3 mm patch cords
Recommended Patch Cord Length (in meters)
1.2 mm LC Patch Cord
Number of Adjacent Frames
1
2
3-4
5-6
7-8
9-10
11-12
13-14
Without FOTSPs
6
7
8
9
11
13
14
15
With FOTSPs
6
7
9
11
13
15
16
18
Ordering information
Description
SC – SC
Singlemode, ONFP jacket;
1.2 mm fiber jumper
LC - LC
Hybrid SCLC
Part Number**
SC/UPC – SC/UPC
FPCA-77YPxxxM
SC/UPC – SC/APC
FPCA-7EYPxxxM
SC/APC – SC/APC
FPCA-EEYPxxxM
LC/UPC – LC/UPC
FPCA-KKYPxxxM
LC/UPC – LC/APC
FPCA-KMYPxxxM
LC/APC – LC/APC
FPCA-MMYPxxxM
SC/UPC – LC/UPC
FPCA-7KYPxxxM
SC/UPC – LC/APC
FPCA-7MYPxxxM
SC/APC – LC/UPC
FPCA-EKYPxxxM
SC/APC – LC/APC
FPCA-EMYPxxxM
** xxx = length in meters: 006 = 6 m, 007 = 7 m, 010 = 10 m, 015 = 15 m
Contact CommScope’s Technical Assistance Center for availability of custom lengths.
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FiberGuide FlexExit
FiberGuide raceway systems offer the greatest breadth of optical raceway products in the industry. FiberGuide systems
add greater flexibility and drive down installation time to ensure a smooth deployment. It is designed to protect and route
fiber optic patch cords, multi-fiber cable assemblies and intrafacility fiber cable (IFC) to and from fiber splice enclosures,
fiber distribution frames and fiber optic terminal devices.
FiberGuide flex exit was designed to ensure a precise fiber drop from the raceway system into CommScope’s NG4access
optical distribution frame (ODF) or other high-density frame solutions. It easily installs on the sidewall of the existing
raceway system, and promotes 4, 6 or 12 inch fiber drops. The FiberGuide flex exit easily adjusts vertically, side-to-side
and forward for precise alignment with the ODF equipment.
Benefits
• Accommodates large fiber drops into high-density optical distributions frames
• Eliminates the need for custom engineering of raceway
• Accommodates large 12” and 24” raceway systems
• Increases flexibility of existing 12 or 24” raceway systems
• Provides optimal bend radius protection
• Durability built to provide long-lasting protection for your network
Rear Fiber Entry for Cross-Connect Applications
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Dual Front Fiber Entry for Interconnect Applications
Flex Exit Kit
Cut-in Jig
Includes molded flex exit, sliding expansion plate and misc. support and
configuration hardware. Trumpet flare or 90° down elbows must be
purchased separately (see below).
The cut-in jig provides a protective guide to remove FiberGuide side
wall to install the flex exit. The cut-in jig also provides a protection guide
for preparing the FiberGuide raceway for cut-in depths applications.
Description
Catalog Number*
Flex Exit Kit
FGS-FLEXEXIT-F/H
Cut-in Jig
FGS-FLEXJIG-F/H
Trumpet Flares (Any size trumpet flares can be attached to either exit side or both sides of the
flex exit and does not require a snap fit junction kit.)
4” trumpet flare (no junction required)
FGS-MTRM-A
6” trumpet flare (no junction required)
FGS-MTRM-B
12” trumpet flare (no junction required)
FGS-MTRM-H
90° Down Elbows and Snap Fit Junctions* (Any size 90° down elbow can be attached to
either exit side or both sides of the flex exit and requires a snap fit junction kit to secure
to the flex exit.)
90° Down Elbow
Snap Fit Junction
4” 90° down elbow and junction
FGS-MD9E-A
FGS-MTRM-A
6” 90° down elbow and junction
FGS-MD9E-B
FGS-MTRM-B
12” 90° down elbow and junction
FGS-MD9E-H
FGS-MTRM-H
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