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Fiber Pull

Fiber Pull

Fiber Pull

Just pulled in 3 runs of 950',600'and 350' at football stadium. pulled through provided underground conduits, to all buildings. Now need to terminate.
Looking for Current Rates.....  

RE: Fiber Pull

Your question isn't quite clear.  Are you looking for the rate that you will pay to have another vendor terminate, or are you asking what you should charge your customer?  Know that the fiber type and connector type will be pertinent.

RE: Fiber Pull

Also where are you located.

Kevin Wing
ACSS Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Communications
ACS- Implement IP Office
ACA- Implement IP Office
Carousel Industries

RE: Fiber Pull

Basically loking for average rate to charge for pulling and terminating

RE: Fiber Pull

We would charge an hour per cable end to prep plus twenty minutes per strand to terminate, label and test.  Plus termination hardware.  Pulling is like pulling any other cable.

RE: Fiber Pull

Depending on the number of strands, we usually charge a minimum of 4- hours for Fiber Optic termination. Yes, pulling fiber is the same as any other cable and you can get just about anyone to pull cable, however when it coems to terminating the fiber, the list of qualified fiber optic installers becomes very short.



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