Outside Plant
Fibre Jetting

Unified Systems uses Condux Fibre Jetting (Blowing) equipment.
for “Last Mile” Fibre Installations
Unified Systems uses Condux Fibre Jetting technology which is a superior Fibre Optic Cable Blower that is compact and lightweight, making it ideally suited for most difficult job sites and “last mile” fibre installations. 

Fast

Under optimal conditions, Install up to 300 feet of fibre optic cable per minute (90 m/min). The cable travels at the same speed as the air! A carrier is always attached to the front of the cable. Compressed air propels the carrier and cable through the air-tight sealed duct. And, because air flow and tractor drive speed can be adjusted, we can install fibre at the rate which best suits any application.

Total Control

The Condux Fibre Optic Cable Blower features longer tractor feed grip area for less stress on the cable, and a hydraulic cylinder on the tractor feed to better control down pressure. Condux’s patented traction control system shuts down the blower when problems with cable slippage or duct blockage are detected, adding safety to every job and preventing costly cable damage.

Versatility

The Condux Fibre Optic Cable Blower operates efficiently with most common combinations of cable and innerduct sizes. The Fibre Optic Cable Blower is designed for the installation of fibre optic cables with diameters from 0.23" (5.8 mm) to 1.13" (28.7 mm) into innerduct from 0.98" (25 mm) outer diameter to 1.97" (50.0 mm) outer diameter. The correct size cable seals, feed tube and venturi must be determined for the cable being installed. Also necessary are the correct size innerduct seals, clamps and carrier for the innerduct being occupied. Use the charts on page 108 to determine the correct size components for your specific cable and innerduct installation project. Use both the size and color reference to ensure the correct selection each time the Cable Blower is used.

Heavy Cable Pulling

An economical puller with enough power for most jobs. Lighter weight for easier mounting in tough applications. Leaf type mounting chains won’t twist when tightening. Unique floor mounting attachment for quick reliable setup.

Right angle sheave allows the operator to stand out of the direct line of force. Audio alarm high force warning and circuit breaker shut off at maximum force for equipment protection and added safety. Tapered capstan and patented rope guidance system for better control of rope.

Fibre Splicing & Testing

The TYPE-36 offers easy-to-use operation with compactness, light weight, high speed splicing, high reliability, low maintenance cost and full technical support.

Functions:

  • HDCM (SM, DSF)
  • Automatic/Manual splicing
  • Remote maintenance/diagnostic function with S-RIM*1
  • Splice data storage (1,000 splicing), up to 16,000 splicing with optional memory card
  • Fibre condition data storage
  • Screening of spliced portion (tension 1.96N(200gf))
  • Built-in heater for thermal protection (Applicable for 40, 60mm sleeve
  • Arc test (Adjustable to environmental condition)

Features:

  • As HDCH is installed and automatically aligns and splices fibre, it is possible to obtain high quality fibres as well as stable splicing regardless of operator's skill
  • Sumitomo remote interactive maintenance [S-RIM] system provides remote diagnosis and maintenance
  • Improved driving mechanism enables high speed splicing within 25 seconds
  • Compact, light weight and field-friendly
  • Detachable 5.6 inch color monitor
  • Optical system with no mirror gives you much easier cleaning and maintenance
  • Automatic arc test insures an optimum arc is achieved for various environmental conditions, as well as splicing different manufactures fibre
  • Capable of high strength splicing.
OTDR

Short for Optical Time Domain Reflectometer, an instrument that analyzes the light loss in an optical fibre in optical network trouble shooting. An OTDR injects a short, intense laser pulse into the optical fibre and measures the backscatter and reflection of light as a function of time. The reflected light characteristics are analyzed to determine the location of any fibre optic breaks or splice losses.