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NPFC - MIL-PRF-24623/7 - SPLICE, MECHANICAL, SIMPLEX FIBER OPTIC CABLE, AIRCRAFT Organization: NPFC
Date: 2013-07-03
Description: Maintenance functions or actions performed outside this environment would necessitate the fiber optic component be kept in a "maintainer environment" and exposed outside this environment only at the step in which the component is installed on the fiber optic cable.
NPFC - A-A-59917 - SPLICE, MECHANICAL, SIMPLEX FIBER OPTIC CABLE, SHIPBOARD Organization: NPFC
Date: 2012-10-02
Description: This Commercial Item Description (CID) covers the general requirements for mechanical fiber optic splices with the following attributes: low optical loss performance, high reliability, field-installable, compatible with loose tube, tight buffered, and blown optical multimode and single mode optical fiber, and compatible with being housed inside MIL-DTL-24728/8 fusion splice trays.
NPFC - MIL-STD-1678-3 - FIBER OPTIC CABLING SYSTEMS REQUIREMENTS AND MEASUREMENTS PHYSICAL, MECHANICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND MATERIALMEASUREMENTS (PART 3OF 6 PARTS) Organization: NPFC
Date: 2016-06-24
Description: The measurements depicted in this standard practice are intended for qualification testing; however, they are applicable for other types of test or evaluation programs that require these specific measurements for fiber optic cabling components used on military mobile vehicles (such as platforms).
DS/EN 61073-1 - FIBRE OPTIC INTERCONNECTING DEVICES AND PASSIVE COMPONENTS - MECHANICAL SPLICES AND FUSION SPLICE PROTECTORS FOR OPTICAL FIBRES AND CABLES - PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION Organization: DS
Date: 2009-06-12
Description: This part of IEC 61073 applies to fibre optic splice hardware (mechanical splices and fusion splice protections) for optical fibres and cables. It includes: - fibre optic splice hardware requirements; - quality assessment procedures.
IEC 61073-1 - FIBRE OPTIC INTERCONNECTING DEVICES AND PASSIVE COMPONENTS – MECHANICAL SPLICES AND FUSION SPLICE PROTECTORS FOR OPTICAL FIBRES AND CABLES – PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION - EDITION 4.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: This part of IEC 61073 applies to fibre optic splice hardware (mechanical splices and fusion splice protections) for optical fibres and cables. It includes: - fibre optic splice hardware requirements; - quality assessment procedures.
DIN 58141-8 - MEASUREMENT OF FIBER OPTIC ELEMENTS - PART 8: DETERMINATION OF THE MECHANICAL BENDIG RADIUS FOR SHORT-TERM APPLICATIONS OF LIGHT GUIDE CABLES; TEXT IN GERMAN AND ENGLISH Organization: DIN
Date: 2011-03-01
Description: This standard is applicable for measurement of fiber optic components and products for image and data transmission (distances up to 100 m) as well as for transmission of light and optical radiation in the near infrared and ultraviolet spectral range.
CEI EN 61073-1 - FIBRE OPTIC INTERCONNECTING DEVICES AND PASSIVE COMPONENTS - MECHANICAL SPLICES AND FUSION SPLICE PROTECTORS FOR OPTICAL FIBRES AND CABLES PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION Organization: CEI
Date: 2010-06-01
Description: Questa parte delle Norme EN 61073 si applica ai giunti meccanici e protezioni di giunti a fusione per fibre e cavi ottici.Essa include le specifiche dei componenti dei giunti e le procedure per la valutazione di qualità.
CENELEC - EN 61073-1 - FIBRE OPTIC INTERCONNECTING DEVICES AND PASSIVE COMPONENTS - MECHANICAL SPLICES AND FUSION SPLICE PROTECTORS FOR OPTICAL FIBRES AND CABLES - PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2009-04-01
BSI - BS EN 61073-1 - FIBRE OPTIC INTERCONNECTING DEVICES AND PASSIVE COMPONENTS - MECHANICAL SPLICES AND FUSION SPLICE PROTECTORS FOR OPTICAL FIBRES AND CABLES - PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION Organization: BSI
Date: 2009-07-31
AFNOR - NF EN 61073-1 - FIBRE OPTIC INTERCONNECTING DEVICES AND PASSIVE COMPONENTS - MECHANICAL SPLICES AND FUSION SPLICE PROTECTORS FOR OPTICAL FIBRES AND CABLES - PART 1 : GENERIC SPECIFICATION Organization: AFNOR
Date: 2015-05-15
IEC TR 62627-06 - FIBRE OPTIC INTERCONNECTING DEVICES AND PASSIVE COMPONENTS – PART 06: MECHANICAL DESIGN PROVING NUTATION TEST RESULTS FOR REINFORCED FIBRE CABLE TERMINATED WITH OPTICAL CONNECTORS FOR HIGH DENSITY PATCHING APPLICATIONS - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2014-05-01
Description: This part of IEC 62627, which is a technical report, describes the results of mechanical design proving tests for a high density systems application, carried out using the nutation test according to IEC 61300-2-35, performed on reinforced fibre cable terminated with optical connectors. A tensile load is suggested for the design proving requirements to be used to ensure that connectors meet the mechanical design requirements of connectors for specific application.
DSF/IEC 62627-06 TR ED. 1.0 - 86B/3714/CDTR - FIBRE OPTIC INTERCONNECTING DEVICES AND PASSIVE COMPONENTS - PART 06: MECHANICAL DESIGN PROVING NUTATION TEST RESULTS FOR REINFORCED FIBRE CABLE TERMINATED WITH OPTICAL CONNECTORS FOR HIGH DENSITY PATCHING APPLICATIONS Organization: DS
VDE 0888-731 - FIBRE OPTIC INTERCONNECTING DEVICES AND PASSIVE COMPONENTS - MECHANICAL SPLICES AND FUSION SPLICE PROTECTORS FOR OPTICAL FIBRES AND CABLES - PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION (IEC 61073-1:2009); GERMAN VERSION EN 61073-1:2009 Organization: VDE
Date: 2009-11-01
TIA-455-85 - FOTP-85 FIBER OPTIC CABLE TWIST TEST Organization: TIA
Date: 1992-05-26
Description: 1 The intent of this test is to establish the ability of a fiber optic cable (or fiber optic cable component, when appropriate) to mechanically withstand twisting.
ITU-T L.36 - SINGLE-MODE FIBRE OPTIC CONNECTORS - STUDY GROUP 15 Organization: ITU-T
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This Recommendation: – gives general information on fundamental types of fibre optic connectors, their field of application and the main requirements about their characteristics in terms of optical, mechanical and environmental behaviour; – makes a classification of these components in terms of the configurations used into fibre optic plants; – gives a general description of the basic principles of operation and of technologies of fabrication of fibre optic connectors; – describes all the most important optical parameters and gives general specifications on the optical, mechanical and environmental performance of fibre optic connectors; – describes the main test methods of fibre optic connectors; – is limited to factory installed connectors; these are connectors that have been applied to the fibre and/or cable in a controlled factory environment.
NPFC - MIL-PRF-24623 - SPLICE, FIBER OPTIC CABLE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR (METRIC) Organization: NPFC
Date: 2001-05-24
Description: This specification covers environmental and nonenvironmental resistant (chemical, mechanical and fusion) splices suitable for military use with optical cables and fibers. Fiber and cable splices specified herein cover a family of general purpose, interconnection hardware providing a variety of compatible optical arrangements.
IEEE 1594 - HELICALLY APPLIED FIBER OPTIC CABLE SYSTEMS (WRAP CABLE) FOR USE ON OVERHEAD UTILITY LINES Organization: IEEE
Date: 2008-03-27
Description: This standard covers an all-dielectric fiber optic (wrap) cable designed to be helically wrapped around a conductor or other messenger on overhead power facilities.
TIA-455-6 - FOTP-6 CABLE RETENTION TEST PROCEDURE FOR FIBER OPTIC CABLE INTERCONNECTING DEVICES Organization: TIA
Date: 1992-03-01
Description: 1 The intent of this test is to mechanically stress the interconnecting-device-to-fiber-optic-cable-joint in tension.
IEEE 1591.3 - QUALIFYING HARDWARE FOR HELICALLY-APPLIED FIBER OPTIC CABLE SYSTEMS (WRAP CABLE) Organization: IEEE
Date: 2011-09-10
Description: This standard covers hardware for use with all-dielectric fiber optic (WRAP) cable designed to be helically wrapped around a conductor or other messenger on overhead power facilities.
TIA-455-41 - FOTP- 41 COMPRESSIVE LOADING RESISTANCE OF OPTICAL FIBER CABLES Organization: TIA
Date: 1993-12-01
Description: INTRODUCTION The intent of this test is to determine the ability of a fiber optic cable to mechanically and optically withstand, or recover from (or both), the effects of a slowly-applied compressive force.

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