Two Rack Unit (2RU) Fiber Management Tray (FMT) Installation and

Two Rack Unit (2RU) Fiber Management Tray (FMT) Installation and
ADCP-90-358
Danger:
Two Rack Unit (2RU) Fiber Management Tray
(FMT) Installation and Cable Routing Guide
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ROUTING AND SECURING CABLES
DETAIL "A"
DRAWER LOCK LATCH
DESCRIPTION (Termination and Splice Panel shown for reference)
The following example shows typical cable routing. For simplicity, this figure shows IFC stranded fiber entering the panel from the
left and ribbon fiber entering the panel from the right. Use the following guidelines for routing and installing the cables or patch cords:
Note: The following instructions apply to the left or right side of the FMT.
1. Open the tray fully, the lock open latch will lock the tray in the open position.
2. Route the cables to the FMT through the sliding radius limiter (A), around the rear radius limiter (B),
and secure to the tie-down lance (C).
3. Secure the cable on the rack using a cable clamp.
Note: Install the cable clamp kit following the instructions provided in the installation kit.
4. Adjust the cable position with the cable clamp as required to remove excess slack.
RIGHT REAR
RADIUS LIMITER
TIE DOWN
LANCE
(BOTH SIDE)
LEFT REAR
RADIUS LIMITER
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Infrared radiation is invisible and can seriously damage the retina of the eye. Do not look
into the ends of any optical fiber. Do not look directly into the optical adapters of the
adapter packs. Exposure to invisible laser radiation may result. A protective cap or hood MUST
be immediately placed over any radiating adapter or optical fiber connector to avoid the
potential of dangerous amounts of radiation exposure. This practice also prevents dirt
particles from entering the connector and adapter .
The FMT may be configured to provide the following functions:
-Termination and Splice, Universal Entrance
-Termination and Storage, Universal Entrance
For cable routing details and instructions on installing
a vertical cable guide (optional), See below.
OPEN POSITION
IFC STRANDED FIBER
CABLE CLAMP AND
MOUNTING BRACKET
MOUNTING
BRACKET (2)
RELEASE
TAB (2)
SPLICE
TRAY
SLIDING
ADAPTER
PACK
B
C
REAR
RADIUS
LIMITER
TIE-DOWN LANCE
SEE DETAIL "B"
LOCKED POSITION
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NOTE:
A
The FMT panel is shipped with mounting brackets either installed in 5.0 inch recess, 40mm recess,
or packed in a ship-along bag for user installation. The panel is configured to fit 19 inch rack widths.
Torque mounting bracket screws
between 15 and 19 pounds
force-inches (1.7 and 2.1 N-m)
8 IN.
(20.32 CM)
OVAL TUBES
MOUNTING BRACKET OPTIONS
NOTE:
RIBBON BLOCKING KITS ARE
AVAILABLE FROM ADC IN A
VARIETY OF SIZES TO MATCH
ANY RIBBON CABLE TYPE
CABLE CLAMP AND
MOUNTING BRACKET
SOFT WALL
BUNDLE
LOCK
(OPTIONAL)
DRAWER LOCK LATCH
(SEE DETAIL "A")
SLIDING RADIUS
LIMITER (2)
RIBBON FIBER
SLIDING RADIUS LIMITER
(CABLE ENTRANCE)
ALLOW APPROXIMATELY
8.0 IN. (20.32 CM) BETWEEN
CABLE CLAMPS AND
TOP OF PANEL AS SHOWN
19 INCH
EIA/WECO
REMOVE SCREWS, INSERTS AND BRACKET
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CAUTION: PLACING A LOAD IN
EXCESS OF 5 LBS. (2.3 KG) ONTO AN
OPEN TRAY WILL RESULT IN MISALIGNMENT
OR DAMAGE TO THE TRAY.
SLIDING RADIUS
LIMITER
(CABLE ENTRANCE)
21796-A
23 INCH
EIA/WECO
MOUNTING BRACKET
WASHERS (4)
8-32 SCREWS (4)
40mm
5.0
6.0
6.54
2.25
(Optional) INSTALLING VERTICAL CABLE GUIDES
5.0 IN.
Optional vertical cable guides (VCGs) may
be installed with FMTs when space permits.
Table 1 summarizes possible uses of VCGs
for various combinations of rack widths
and recess.
MOUNTING BRACKET OPTIONAL LOCATIONS:
B) 2.25 INCH RECESS MOUNTING
D) 6.0 INCH RECESS MOUNTING
REMOVE AND FLIP BRACKET
DETAIL "A" 19 INCH RACK WIDTH
NOTE:
VCG ALSO AVAILABLE FOR
LEFT SIDE CABLE ENTRANCE
DETAIL "B" 23 INCH RACK WIDTH
ETSI
A B
C
C) 5.0 INCH RECESS MOUNTING
E) 6.54 INCH RECESS MOUNTING
REPLACE WITH ETSI BRACKET
VCG INSTALLED FOR CABLES
ROUTED DOWN
VCG INSTALLED FOR
CABLES ROUTED UP
VCG INSTALLED FOR
CABLES ROUTED DOWN
VCG INSTALLED FOR
CABLES ROUTED UP
VERTICAL
CABLE GUIDE
19 INCHES
(48.26 CM)
40 MM (1.54 IN.)
2.2 IN. (5.59 CM)
5 IN. (12.7 CM)
6.0 IN. (15.2 CM)
6.5 IN. (16.5 IN.)
DETAIL "A"
23 INCHES
(58.42 CM)
40 MM (1.54 IN.)
2.2 IN. (5.59 CM)
5 IN. (12.7 CM)
6.0 IN. (15.2 CM)
6.5 IN. (16.5 IN.)
DETAIL "B"
DE
A) 40mm (1.54 IN.) RECESS MOUNTING
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RACK WIDTH RECESS
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TERMINATION AND SPLICE PANEL PRE-TERMINATED PIGTAIL ROUTING
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TERMINATION AND SPLICE PANEL PATCH CORD ROUTING
USE LACING
TO SECURE
IFC/OSP
CABLE TO
SPLICE TRAY
PATCH CORDS
PRE-TERMINATED
PIGTAIL FIBERS
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TERMINATION AND SPLICE PANEL IFC/OSP CABLE ROUTING
CABLE TIE DOWN POINT
AT SPLICE TRAY ENTRANCE
900 MICRON
BREAKOUT
8
TERMINATION PANEL IFC/OSP AND PATCH CORD ROUTING
STRANDED FIBER ROUTING SHOWN. USE LACIING TO SECURE STRANDED CABLE TO TIE-DOWN BRACKET (SEE DETAIL "A").
WHEN ROUTING RIBBON FIBERS, USE AN O-RING TO SECURE FANOUT CLIP TO TIE-DOWN BRACKET (SEE DETAIL "B").
TIE
DOWN
XX IN.
WHEN ROUTING RIBBON FIBERS,
USE O-RING TO SECURE FANOUT
CLIP TO TIE-DOWN BRACKET
(SEE DETAIL "B")
XX IN.
DETAIL "A"
USE LACING TO SECURE STRANDED
FIBER TIE-DOWN LOCATION
USE LACING TO SECURE
STRANDED CABLE TO
TIE-DOWN BRACKET
(SEE DETAIL "A")
O-RING
IFC/OSP
CABLE
NOTE:
ROUTE FIBERS AROUND SPOOL
AS NECESSARY FOR SERVICE
LOOP STORAGE
21797-A
DETAIL "B"
USE O-RING TO SECURE RIBBON
FIBER TIE-DOWN LOCATION
1383746 REV A
© 2007, ADC Telecommunications, Inc.
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