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AS/NZS 14763.3:2017

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Information technology — Implementation and operation of customer premises cabling, Part 3: Testing of optical fibre cabling (ISO/IEC 14763-3:2014, MOD)

Included in Key Standards supporting Generic Cabling in all premises types
Adopts ISO/IEC14763-3:2014 to specify systems and methods for the inspection and testing of installed optical fibre cabling designed in accordance with premises cabling standards including ISO/IEC11801, ISO/IEC24764, ISO/IEC24702 and ISO/IEC15018.
Published: 03/02/2017
Pages: 51
Table of contents
Cited references
Content history
Table of contents
Header
About this publication
PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations
3.1 Terms and definitions
3.2 Abbreviations
3.3 Symbols
4 Conformance
5 General requirements
5.1 Test system
5.2 Reference measurement and calibration
5.3 Environmental conditions
5.3.1 Protection of transmission and terminal equipment
5.3.2 Inspecting and cleaning connectors
5.3.3 Use of test equipment
5.3.4 Relevance of measurement
5.3.5 Treatment of marginal test results
5.4 Documentation
6 Test equipment
6.1 Light source and power meter
6.1.1 General
6.1.2 Light sources
6.1.3 Power meters
6.1.4 Test system stability (ffs)
6.2 OTDR
6.2.1 General
6.2.2 OTDR characterization using a launch test cord and a tail test cord
6.3 Test cords and adapters
6.3.1 Connecting hardware at test interfaces
6.3.2 Reference connector requirements
6.3.3 Test cords
6.3.3.1 General
6.3.3.2 LSPM launch test cord
6.3.3.3 LSPM tail test cord
6.3.3.4 LSPM combination launch test cord/tail test cord
6.3.3.5 LSPM substitution test cord
6.3.3.6 OTDR launch test cord
6.3.3.7 OTDR tail test cord
6.4 MMF launched modal distribution
6.5 SMF launch condition
7 Inspection equipment
8 Cabling under test – Channels and permanent links
8.1 General
8.2 Reference planes
8.3 Wavelength of measurement
8.4 Direction of measurement
9 Testing of installed cabling
9.1 Attenuation
9.1.1 LSPM
9.1.1.1 General
9.1.1.2 Enhanced three-test-cord attenuation measurement test method of installed channels
9.1.1.3 Test method for links using the one-test-cord reference method
9.1.1.4 Unidirectional and bi-directional testing
9.1.1.5 Test result
9.1.1.6 Test system measurement uncertainty
9.1.1.7 Treatment of channel test results
9.1.1.8 Treatment of permanent link test results
9.1.2 OTDR
9.1.2.1 Test method
9.1.2.2 Treatment of channel test results
9.1.2.3 Treatment of permanent link test results
9.1.2.4 Test system measurement uncertainty
9.2 Propagation delay
9.2.1 Test method
9.2.2 Treatment of results
9.3 Length
9.3.1 Test method
9.3.2 Measurement uncertainty
9.3.3 Treatment of results
10 Testing of cabling components within installed cabling
10.1 Attenuation of optical fibre cable
10.1.1 Test method
10.1.2 Measurement uncertainty
10.1.3 Treatment of results
10.2 Attenuation of local and remote test interfaces
10.2.1 Test method
10.2.2 Test system measurement uncertainty
10.2.3 Treatment of results
10.3 Attenuation of connecting hardware
10.3.1 Test method
10.3.2 Treatment of results
10.4 Return loss of connecting hardware
10.4.1 Test method (in accordance with IEC 61300‑3‑6, method 2)
10.4.2 Treatment of results
10.4.3 Measurement uncertainty
10.5 Optical fibre length
10.5.1 Test method
10.5.2 Measurement uncertainty
10.5.3 Treatment of results
10.6 Attenuation of cords
10.6.1 Test method
10.6.2 Treatment of results
11 Inspection of cabling and cabling components
11.1 Optical fibre continuity
11.2 Cabling polarity
11.3 Optical fibre cable length
11.4 Inspection of optical fibre end faces
11.5 Optical fibre core size
Annex A
Annex B
Annex C
C.1 Operational capability
C.1.1 Effective characterization
C.1.2 Dynamic range
C.1.3 Pulse width
C.1.4 Integration or sample count
C.2 Limitations of OTDR capability
C.2.1 Minimum lengths of operation – Attenuation dead zone
C.2.2 Ghosting
C.2.3 Effective group index of refraction
C.2.4 Backscattering coefficient
Annex D
D.1 General requirements
D.2 Attenuation (test and substitution test cord reference connections)
Annex E
E.1 Reference methods for link attenuation
E.2 One-test-cord reference method for link attenuation
E.3 Test method for channel attenuation
Annex F
F.1 Inspection and test schedules
F.2 Stage 1 inspection and testing
F.3 Stage 2 testing
F.3.1 Basic test group
F.3.2 Extended test group
Annex G
G.1 Channel measurement
G.2 Permanent link measurement
Annex H
Bibliography
CORRIGENDUM 1
APPENDIX ZZ
ZZ1 SCOPE
ZZ2 VARIATIONS
Amendment control sheet
Cited references in this standard
[Current]
Connectors for optical fibres and cables - Part 14-3: Detail specification for fibre optic adaptor (simplex) type SC for single-mode fibre
[Current]
Fibre optic interconnecting devices and passive components - Connector optical interfaces - Part 3-1: Connector parameters of dispersion unshifted single-mode physically contacting fibres - Non-angled 2,5 mm and 1,25 mm diameter cylindrical full zirconia ferrules
[Current]
Information technology — Generic cabling for customer premises — Part 3: Industrial premises — Amendment 1
[Current]
Information technology — Implementation and operation of customer premises cabling — Part 2: Planning and installation
[Current]
Amendment 6 — International Electrotechnical Vocabulary (IEV) — Part 731: Optical fibre communication
Content history
AS/NZS ISO/IEC 14763.3 (2012)
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