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terrysdavid (Programmer) (OP)
23 Jan 08 14:59
I'm planning to install a remote IPE (wall mounted) using single mode fibre. Could anyone tell me all the equipment I need to order to achieve this. I don't want to be in a position where I left out something in the order. I have the following so far.

NT1P61 Fiber Superloop Network card,
NT1P62 Fiber Peripheral Controller card,
NT1P63 Electro-optical interface packlets,
NT1P70 wall-mounted cabinet for the remote site
NT1P75AA fiber-optic patchcords,
NT1P79AA fiber-optic cable between the fiber management frame and the Fiber Peripheral Controller in the wall-mounted cabinet


Thanks.
phonz1 (TechnicalUser)
23 Jan 08 15:57
Power supply for the Opt 11 cabinet, although I didnt know that you could send this type of fiber remote to an Opt 11 cab. I think you'd need an IPE shelf and PDU for the remote end using this config....
tnphoneman (Vendor)
23 Jan 08 15:59
Nope this is the other type of fiber remote. Option 11 looking cabinet but it is not the same one.
TDMtek (IS/IT--Management)
23 Jan 08 16:40
How far away will the Fiber Remote be, SM fiber will probably need to be attenuated down, somewhere in the NTP you can find the output power of the Optic card and the range of incoming Optical signal that the remote end needs.If you decide that you may need some attenuation just be sure to get them with the same connectors that the SM Patch cords have.



hawks (IS/IT--Management)
23 Jan 08 16:50
This is older part number

AS1090A
Fiber Remote Main Wall Mount Remote
Package AC
21E; 51; 51C; 61; 61C; 71; 81 W1
terrysdavid (Programmer) (OP)
24 Jan 08 6:51
Tnanks guys!
Triton101 (MIS)
24 Jan 08 9:54
Sorry if this is obvious to you but Digital Line cards and Analog line cards?
acewarlock (TechnicalUser)
24 Jan 08 10:01
Triton101: I didn't understand the question you asked.




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Triton101 (MIS)
24 Jan 08 10:15
acewarlock....terrysdavid's post shows all the parts for the shelf and connection, but I just mentioned the Line cards he might need to add to the remote shelf, if he needs to order them as well.....
terrysdavid (Programmer) (OP)
24 Jan 08 13:53
Triton101 I remembered the IPE cards. Thanks.
acewarlock (TechnicalUser)
24 Jan 08 13:55
OK thanks




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