Your OSP fiber dashboard is more than just an internet application—it's a powerful tool designed to help users effectively manage and optimize OSP fiber networks. With intuitive features and user-friendly design, it empowers users to track and understand crucial information effortlessly.

Fiber Connection Settings Dashboard

On the left, all fibers from the selected cable are displayed, while connection options are on the right. T1, f(1)1 indicates the first tube; the parentheses show the first fiber in the tube. The last digit represents each successive fiber from the first to the last in the cable, even up to 288 fibers.

To make a connection, you fill in the fiber number from cable side B and select cable side B.

  • Possible options to add to the fiber include splitters, splitter-to-splitter connections, connectors, and a brief description of fiber connections. The intra-cable connections option is used for fiber routes within the same cable.
  • The fiber route links lead to the fiber route view.
  • Planned connections are highlighted in red for easy identification.
  • The activity log provides a detailed history of actions and changes related to fiber connections, offering users insights into previous operations and modifications.


Fiber Optic Cable Dashboard

Possible fiber optic cable configurations include:

  • ADSS Fiber Optic Cable, Air Blowing Micro Fiber Optic Cable, Aerial Fiber Optic Cable, Duct Fiber Optic Cable, Direct Bury Fiber Optic Cable, OSP Fiber Cable, FTTH Drop Fiber Optic Cable, Breakout Indoor Fiber Optic Cable, Indoor Fiber Optic Cable, Indoor Armored Fiber Optic Cable

We offer a universal system for configuring fiber optic cables, including fibers, tubes, and selection of fiber color codes. Cables range from 1 to 288 fiber strands and from 1 to 24 tubes.

  • The "Cut Fiber" function automatically creates the option to select a fiber and cut it to establish a connection in the distribution closure. Of course, the cut fiber can be used in both directions.
  • Additionally, there are features for fiber utilization, a "Cut Whole Cable" function, and cable slacks on the OSP cable.
  • Statuses such as "Planning," "In Progress," and "Completed" filter the contents of the dashboard.
  • Provide a hyperlink or URL to relevant online content found elsewhere on the internet. This could be webpages, documents, images, videos, or any other relevant online content related to the fiber optic infrastructure being added. The goal is to offer users access to additional helpful or informative resources.
  • Export your data to XLS, PDF, and CSV formats.


Fiber Route Diagram and Splice Schematics

Take advantage of automated tools that craft precise Fiber Optic Splice Point Schematics and Fiber Optic Route Diagrams, streamlining the troubleshooting process and simplifying network documentation.


Advanced Mapping and Measurement Tools

  • Innovative and very simple line routing. It's really as easy as dragging a line on the map to place the cable.
  • Line Measure: Calculate the distance between two points on a map for precise cable routing and network planning.
  • Easily export map data to KML file format for seamless compatibility with Google Earth and QGIS software. This feature allows you to visualize cable routes, network infrastructure, and other map elements in rich detail within these applications. Share your data with colleagues or stakeholders and conduct further analysis using advanced mapping tools.

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