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A Fiber Optic Installer is responsible for installing, preparing, and troubleshooting fiber optic cables and systems. The professional designs optical paths and passive optical networks. They have a good understanding of the types of cables, cable color codes, and other cabling techniques. This installer should handle any issues related to the installation process.
The technician will need in-depth knowledge of primary specifications and parameters. It is the responsibility of the Fiber Optics Installer to check the newly installed cables. The installer is required to troubleshoot any issues related to fiber optic cables and other networking systems. They are responsible for splicing optical fiber together mechanically or with a fusion splicer.
It is the cable installer who is responsible for installing end connectors. They should have a strong understanding of the factors that affect the fiber. The cable installer is responsible for installing end connectors. This professional examines the connectors with a power meter and light source. They must have a good knowledge of the optical time domain reflectometers (OTDRs). The installer also must have the ability to test the spliced fibers with an OTDR as well. An installer sets up services for new customers and maintains the existing equipment. They should be able to identify and resolve any issues related to the lines and networks.