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JP4093475B2
JP4093475B2 JP2003163475A JP2003163475A JP4093475B2 JP 4093475 B2 JP4093475 B2 JP 4093475B2 JP 2003163475 A JP2003163475 A JP 2003163475A JP 2003163475 A JP2003163475 A JP 2003163475A JP 4093475 B2 JP4093475 B2 JP 4093475B2
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[0001]
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a splice unit that is mounted and mounted on an optical wiring board, rack, or the like, and that accommodates an optical fiber connection portion and an extra length.
[0002]
[Prior art]
The conventional splice unit stores a fusion tray for storing the fusion part and extra length of the optical fiber core wire inside the box-shaped unit body, and the fusion tray slides in the front-rear direction by the rail. It is provided as possible. Further, an adapter panel provided with a large number of adapters for connecting the optical fiber cords to each other on the front surface of the unit main body is hinged so as to be openable and closable. A surplus length storage portion for storing the surplus length of the optical fiber cord is stretched at the lower part of the back surface of the adapter panel. Mount portions are stretched on the left and right side surfaces of the unit main body, and the mount portions are brought into contact with and screwed to mount angles erected inside a rack or the like (see, for example, Patent Document 1).
[0003]
[Patent Document 1]
JP 2002-372634 A (pages 3-4, FIGS. 6, 9)
[0004]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
The conventional splice unit is provided with a fusion tray that can slide in the front-rear direction to improve wiring workability. However, the fusion tray does not completely protrude from the unit main body, but a hand is inserted into the unit main body. In addition, there is a drawback that workability is poor because work must be performed in a narrow space.
[0005]
Accordingly, in view of the above problems, an object of the present invention is to provide a splice unit with good optical fiber wiring workability.
[0006]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
To achieve the above object, in the splice unit and the interior of the box-shaped unit body can accommodate the extra length and fused portion of the optical fiber of the optical fiber cord, an optical fiber cord between the front of the unit body An adapter panel with a large number of adapters for connector connection is hinged so that it can be opened and closed in a double- split manner, and the unit main body is stored in a box-shaped outer chassis with at least the front open, and the unit main body is stored in the outer chassis. Is provided with a lock portion for holding the unit main body in a state of being housed in the outer chassis, and a stopper for preventing the unit main body from falling off when the unit main body is pulled out from the outer chassis.
[0007]
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
The splice unit consists of a unit main body and an outer chassis. The front of the unit main body is hinged so that an adapter panel with a large number of adapters can be opened and closed. The unit main body can be slid in the front-rear direction on the outer chassis with the front open. It is stored in. A latch is provided at the lower front of the unit body, and it can be held so that it does not pop out when stored in the outer chassis. A stopper is inserted to prevent it from falling off when the unit body is pulled out.
[0008]
【Example】
An embodiment of a splice unit according to the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings of FIGS.
[0009]
The splice unit 1 is composed of a unit main body 2 and an outer chassis 3, and the unit main body 2 is formed in a box shape with a rectangular bottom plate 4 and left and right side plates 5 with the front, back and top surfaces open. The top plate 6 is detachably closed by a front screw 7 and a rear hooking claw 8.
[0010]
The front surface of the unit body 2 is attached with two adapter panels 11 provided with a large number of adapters 10 for connecting the optical fiber cords 9 to each other by being hinged to the front end edges of the left and right side plates 5 so as to be openable and closable. It has been. A latch 12 is provided at each open end of the adapter panel 11. The latch 12 has a structure in which the diameter of the tip protruding from the back surface of the adapter panel 11 increases when the latch 12 is pushed, and the diameter of the tip decreases when the latch 12 is pulled. When the adapter panel 11 is closed, the front end of the bottom plate 4 of the unit body 2 is closed. Since the leading end of the latch 12 is inserted into the engaging hole 14 of the engaging piece 13 erected in the center, when the latch 12 is pushed in this state, the diameter of the leading end becomes larger than the engaging hole 14 and the adapter 12 is engaged. The panel 11 can be fixed. The adapter panel 11 is opened by pulling the latch 12 and releasing the engagement with the engagement piece 13.
[0011]
The lower end of the adapter panel 11 is stretched forward, and a support portion 15 for supporting the optical fiber cord 9 is formed. As a result, when the optical fiber cord 9 is connected to the front-side connection port of the adapter 10, the hanging portion is supported by the support portion 15, so that a load due to its own weight is not applied and breakage can be prevented. The optical fiber cord 9 connected to the adapter 10 is bundled by a bundling band 17 provided through a cord bundling slit hole 16 formed at the end of the support portion 15 and is led out to the outside.
[0012]
The bottom plate 4 is formed with a large number of ventilation slits 18 to reduce the weight, and is also used to insert a binding band for holding the optical fiber cord 9. On the upper surface of the bottom plate 4, a fusion tray 19 is disposed for storing a fusion part in which optical fiber cores are connected to each other and a surplus length generated during the fusion. Rails 20 extending in the depth direction are provided on the lower surface of the bottom plate 4 at both the left and right ends and the center.
[0013]
The outer chassis 3 is formed in a box shape with the front, back, and top surfaces open, and the upper ends of the left and right side plates 21 are folded inward to house the unit body 2 slidably in the front-rear direction. Upper ends of the left and right side plates 5 of the unit body 2 are also bent inward so as to follow the bent portion of the outer chassis 3. A cord clamp 22 is provided at the rear end portion of the bottom plate 4 of the outer chassis 3, one end of the flexible duct 23 is fixed in front of the cord clamp 22, and the other end is fixed to the rear end portion of the unit body 2. The optical fiber cord 9 introduced from the back surface of the outer chassis 3 is held by a cord clamp 22 and is inserted into the flexible duct 23 and wired into the unit main body 2.
[0014]
Wiring the optical fiber cord 9 introduced into the unit main body 2 is performed by pulling the unit main body 2 out of the outer chassis 3. In order to pull it out, first, the outer chassis 3 and the unit body 2 are unlocked. The outer chassis 3 and the unit main body 2 are detachable by a latch 24 as a lock portion. The structure of the latch 24 is the same as that of the latch 12 of the adapter panel 11 of the unit main body 2. The front end of the latch 24 provided at the lower front end of the unit main body 2 can be engaged with and disengaged from the engagement hole 27 of the engagement piece 26 provided at the front end.
[0015]
A stopper 28 is provided on the outer chassis 3 so that the unit body 2 does not fall off when the unit body 2 is pulled out from the outer chassis 3. The stopper 28 is formed in a rod shape, is inserted into a long hole 29 formed in the longitudinal direction of the rail 20 of the unit body 2, and both ends are fixed to the left and right side plates 21 of the outer chassis 3. Accordingly, even when the unit body 2 is pulled out, the stopper 28 hits the end of the long hole 29 so that it does not fall off.
[0016]
After the unit body 2 is pulled out, the adapter panel 11 is opened, the top plate 6 is removed, and wiring in the unit body 2 is performed. The surplus length generated during wiring is rolled up and stored on the bottom plate 4 of the unit body 2. Since the front surface and the upper surface of the unit body 2 can be opened, wiring workability is very good. When the wiring is completed, the top plate 6 is attached, the adapter panel 11 is closed, the latch 12 is locked, and the adapter panel 11 is fixed. Then, the unit main body 2 is pushed into the outer chassis 3 and locked by the latch 24. If the connection of the optical fiber cord is only changed, the adapter panel 11 can be opened without removing the top plate 7.
[0017]
The left and right side plates 21 of the outer chassis 3 are provided with mount portions 30 that are stretched to the left and right so that they can be mounted on an optical wiring board (not shown), a rack (not shown) for storing communication equipment, or the like. The mount portion 30 is provided with two insertion holes 31. Splice by mounting the mount 30 from a front side to a mount angle standing upright inside an optical distribution board, rack, etc., and inserting a mounting screw into the insertion hole 31 from the front side and screwing and fixing to the mount angle. Unit 1 can be attached.
[0018]
In this embodiment, the structure of the splice unit, such as the slide structure of the unit main body, the stopper structure, and the lock structure, is not limited, and can be changed as appropriate without departing from the spirit of the present invention.
[0019]
【The invention's effect】
As described above, the connector in the splicing unit in which the interior of the box-shaped unit body can accommodate the extra length and fused portion of the optical fiber of the optical fiber cord, an optical fiber cord between the front of the unit body The adapter panel with a number of adapters for connection is hinged in an openable manner so that it can be opened and closed. The unit body is housed in a box-shaped outer chassis with at least the front open, and the unit body is slid against the outer chassis. Optical fiber wiring work by providing a lock part for holding the unit body in the outer chassis and a stopper for preventing the unit body from falling off when the unit body is pulled out from the outer chassis. There is an effect that the nature is good.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a splice unit according to the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing a state in which a splice unit according to the present invention is pulled out.
FIG. 3 is a front view of a splice unit according to the present invention.
FIG. 4 is a plan view of a splice unit according to the present invention.
FIG. 5 is a right side view of the splice unit according to the present invention.
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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Splice unit 2 ... Unit main body 3 ... Outer chassis 11 ... Adapter panel 20 ... Rail 24 ... Latch 26 ... Engagement piece 27 ... Engagement hole 28 ... Stopper 29 ... Long hole

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  1. In splicing unit in which the fused portion of the excess length and the optical fiber of the optical fiber cord in the interior of the box-shaped unit body to be housed, the front enclosure number for a connector connecting the optical fiber cord with each other in the body The adapter panel provided with the adapter is hinged so as to be openable and closable in a double swing manner, and the unit main body is housed in a box-shaped outer chassis with at least the front open so that the unit main body can slide relative to the outer chassis. A splice comprising: a lock portion for holding the unit main body in a state accommodated in the outer chassis; and a stopper for preventing the unit main body from falling off when the unit main body is pulled out from the outer chassis. unit.
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