Splice It


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Purpose

The Splice It activity is the main feature of this app. Here a user can enter up to 6 cable counts. Each of the 6 counts can be broken down into their cable types grouping style. Once the user has set the grouping style they can select the 'See Splice' option to have their device look for matching (case sensative) pair / fibers. The app will place a colored block () in each cables count of the matching counts. So if you have a feed count that matches a count in the green cable, The green cable will get a blue block in the matching count and the blue cable will get a green block in the matching count. Click here for a See Splice HTML output sample.

What's New

App users can now place comments in a cable count.

I needed to be able to use terminal counts to see which pairs were being used on an out end section throw with terminal line cuts before the section throw. So I configured the 'Splice It' activity to allow for comments by inserting 2 forward slashes '//' at the begining of a comment line.

We're now able to seperate multiple counts by terminal in 1 single cable count column. And with the 'Group Size' selector set to 1 (with comments), the binding posts will reset to Bp 1 with every new terminal comment too.

When using 'Speed Counts' in the '6 Cable Input', at the begining of a comment, double tap the space bar twice to have the app enter '//' automatically.

New Terminals

Group size = 25 Group size = 1 Group size = 25
1001N,1-100 //F1234N
1001N,1-3
1001N,27
D,5-10
//F1286N
1001N,8-10
1001N,27
C,5-10
//F1368N
C,1-4
1001N,30-33
1001N,27
C,10
1001N,1-100

Cable Size=100

Cable Size=30

Cable Size=100

1) 1001N,1-3
1) 1001N,4-7
1) 1001N,8-10
1) 1001N,11-25

2) 1001N,26-26
2) 1001N,27-27
2) 1001N,28-29
2) 1001N,30-33
2) 1001N,34-50

3) 1001N,51-75

4) 1001N,76-100

//F1234N
1) 1001N,1-1
2) 1001N,2-2
3) 1001N,3-3
4) 1001N,27-27
5) D,5-5
6) D,6-6
7) D,7-7
8) D,8-8
9) D,9-9
10) D,10-10

//F1286N
1) 1001N,8-8
2) 1001N,9-9
3) 1001N,10-10
4) 1001N,27-27
5) C,5-5
6) C,6-6
7) C,7-7
8) C,8-8
9) C,9-9
10) C,10-10

//F1368N
1) C,1-1
2) C,2-2
3) C,3-3
4) C,4-4
5) 1001N,30-30
6) 1001N,31-31
7) 1001N,32-32
8) 1001N,33-33
9) 1001N,27-27
10) C,10-10

1) 1001N,1-3
1) 1001N,4-7
1) 1001N,8-10
1) 1001N,11-25

2) 1001N,26-26
2) 1001N,27-27
2) 1001N,28-29
2) 1001N,30-33
2) 1001N,34-50

3) 1001N,51-75

4) 1001N,76-100

New Repeater case

By entering the TX and RX count of an app case you will get a layout of how to cut in an apperatus case. Again selecting 1 as the group type will reset pair values to 1 after every comment. Click the following link for a sample of a apperatus case layout. Apperatus case installation.

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