Fiber optic color code is a searchable expanding chart that translates the color code of Loose Tube and Ribbon fiber optic cables including Ribbon in Loose Tube cable types.
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This app has 6 predefined color codes and allows you the user to make and save your own fiber optic color code sequences to your specification. Select Menu > Multinational > Custom Setup to create a fiber optic color code for your region.
• 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 32 and 36 strand Fiber Loose Tube (1728F+)
• 12 Fiber Ribbon (1728F) single core.
• Customizable Ribbon in Loose Tube from 1 to 12 tubes and 1 to 144 ribbons (up to 3456F max) in variable configurations.
How to configure Ribbon in Loose Tube:
Input Cable Count~
While not necessary to use in the app. You can enter a full complex cable count that can be split into the group size of your choice at the Count Input screen. Then you can select the 'Color Code' button to have your custom cable count placed in the easy to use expanding chart where you can locate a loose tube or ribbon cables fiber optic color code, sheath count, and your own custom entered complex cable count on fiber optic cables of up to 3456F in size.
Locate fibers with or without cable counts in the 'Find a Fiber' option. Simply enter a strand # without a cable count or enter the 'Cable,Fiber' if you're using a complex cable count (app auto detects if there's a count or not). The app will then auto expand and place index pointers at the found fibers locations.
Smart Save ~
Lets you save up to 3 cable counts on your device. (Cable counts are not required to operate app)
Smart Save short instruction:
Enter a count, select one of the 3 positions to save to, then click the 'Color Code' button.
Smart Save color legend:
Green= Vacant position
Black= Count already in position
Red= Existing count to be overwritten
Blue= Saved successfully
Double Space auto punctuation~
Instead of having to go back and forth between character and symbol mode on your device keyboard. You can now simply tap the space bar twice to place a comma after the cable name, then double tap the space bar again after the low strand # for a dash symbol. Double tapping a third time after the high value creates a new line for your next line of count.