Telecom Color Code app includes both 25 Pair Copper Color Code and Fiber Optic Color Code apps with a wide range of cable configurations. And, also includes the TNT Apps' original 'Splice It' activity that checks every pair / fiber in a splice of up to 6 cables for matching counts (including dead counts) that can made into a printable splice layout worksheet.
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Cable types supported:
Fiber Optic Color Code:
(Customizable fiber color codes for)
• 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 32 and 36 Fiber Loose Tube (1728+F)
• 12 Fiber Ribbon (864F)
• Ribbon in Loose Tube (1728F)
25 Pair Copper Color Code:
• PIC in 25 pair groups
• Duct 50 pair bundles
• Duct PIC in 100 pair bundles
• Duct PIC in 300 pair bundles
• Odd Count PIC (76,101,152, 202 and 303 pair cables)
• Useful with Paper and Pulp cables too.
Activities: from left to right on lower home screen
Is a simple cable clocking tool for quick binder color tie placement on Mirror Image style cables. Used on PIC, pulp and paper duct count cables.
"The customer is always right. You can never tell time looking at the C.O."
Compares the feed cables of up to 6 continuous splices. Useful for finding bridgetap, laterals and dead count that's been advanced.
Also, in Full Span mode , you can enter a feed splice and up to 5 far end splices for control of cable section throws (shows feed group/pairs and matching out end group/pairs) that can be printed out.
Is an expanding color code tool that displays the color code, sheath location and pair / fiber identification in as little as 2 clicks for all the above cable types.
The Splice It activity takes any cable count (up to 6 cables) and splits the count into one of 70+ selectable group types, creating a simple to use splice layout worksheet.
Splice it & Full Span features:
Choose 'See Splice' spinning icon from the toolbar to have your device compare every conductor against all other conductors of up to 6 cables in a splice. On average it should only take between 0.2 and 28 seconds on real world cable counts.
If there is a match (case sensitive), the matching pairs each get a colored block that indicates it has a match in their respective matching cable count columns.
After running 'See Splice' you can then remove groups of conductors that lay in ends or filter cables out to display only the groups of conductors that get spliced to the cable of your choice by selecting the top left filter button on any cable.
Send as HTML~
Lets you share your custom splice layout with any web browser by sending the html file by email or Bluetooth.
If sent to a printer connected PC you can print the splice worksheet from its web browser so you won't have to bring your electronic device into a wet environment. I will usually print a splice layout to an 11"x17" in portrait mode.
View as HTML ~
Opens the splice layout in the devices web browser for easy pinch to zoom viewing.
Save your cable counts and use them again at a later time. Limited to 6 splices.
Multiple ways of entering cable counts:
Paperless solution ~
Send and receive whole splice counts by a single plain text file from the 6 cable input activity.
Double Space auto punctuation ~
While entering a cable count, you can tap the space bar twice to place a comma after a cable name, then double tap the space bar again after the low pair for a dash symbol. Double spacing a 3rd time after the high count creates a new line.
Use the 'Speed Counts' input for simple directions and automatic cable naming.
Includes: Text to Voice playback for easy count input verification.
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