TIA Issues New Absolute Optical Power Test for Optical Fibers and Cable Standard
Arlington, VA (April 15, 2019) – The Telecommunications Industry Association’s (TIA) TR-42 Telecommunications Cabling Systems Engineering Committee has two new publications for optical fibers and cables and seeks participation in these projects from the user and general interest communities.
The TR-42.12 Engineering Subcommittee on Optical Fibers and Cables has released ANSI/TIA-455-95-B Absolute Optical Power Test for Optical Fibers and Cables. This new document specifies the method for determining the total optical power emanating from an optical fiber.
The TR-42.13 Engineering Subcommittee on Passive Optical Devices and Fiber Optic Metrology has released TIA-604-5-F FOCIS 5 Fiber Optic Connector Standard-Type MPO. This new document revises the existing FOCIS-5 standard to harmonize it with the equivalent publication, IEC 61754-7. While retaining the overall scope of the document, technical changes include ferrule orientation options, ferrule travel, contact force and minor upgrades to spring compression definition.
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