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This document describes how to install and rack-mount a Cisco fiber optic breakout panel. The breakout panel is an enclosure used to protect and manage fiber optic cables on the Cisco NCS 6000 Series or Cisco ASR 9000 Series Routers.
- Product ID: NCS-PP-100x10-SR
- Adapters: 10 MPO adapters and 100 duplex LC adapters
- LC adapter: Color = Beige
- Supported optics: CPAK-100G-S10, CXP=100G-SR10
- Rear cable assemblies: Ships with aqua MPO 24-strand cables already connected on the back of the breakout panel.
- Number 2 Phillips screwdriver
- Number 2 flat-head screwdriver
- M5x8 mm Phillips-head screws (used to secure the 19-inch/23-inch brackets to the breakout panel)
- M5x12 mm Phillips-head screws, provided (used to secure the breakout panel to a 21-inch rack)
- Reel cleaner
- 200X Microscope kit and adapter
- Velcro ties
- (Optional) Miller 80860 IET Insertion-Extraction tool (used to remove and install the connectors)
- (Optional) MPO and LC bulkhead cleaners (see Cleaning Accessories)
Caution To avoid personal injury, always wear approved eye protection when working with optical fibers.
Note The same bracket can be used for both 19-inch and 23-inch racks. A separate set of brackets is shipped with the breakout panel for 21-inch racks (Figure 1).
Step 2 Open the front door of the breakout panel (Figure 2).
Step 3 Install each MPO trunk cable as follows (Figure 3):
Step 4 Install each LC interconnect cable as follows (Figure 3):
The following table lists the cleaning accessories used to clean the connectors and faces, if needed. You can order these products from TE Connectivity at: http://www.te.com/en/home.html.
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