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Tool Kits

 

The NAVSEA Drawings for tool kits defines the recommended tools for terminating (placing) the various types of MIL-SPEC connectors and splices on the ends of fiber optic cable.

NAVSEA Drawing 6872811 (5 pgs., 109 kb)
Title: Tool Kit, MIL-C-83522, Fiber Optic, Navy Shipboard
Description: [Fiber Optic ST Connector] This NAVSEA Drawing defines the tools that comprise the kit for terminating (placing) a ST connector on the ends of a fiber optic cable. Crimp tools used in this kit are compatible with ST connectors conforming to MIL-C-83522/16 or the commercial ST connectors listed in the Navy Recommended Fiber Optic Components Parts List (This list is found at a different location on this Web Site). Polishing pucks, polishing paper, etc.; when used properly and done in accordance with MIL-STD-2042; will provide connector end face polishes with optical loss and return loss (single mode only) values as specified in the component specifications (or as listed in MIL-STD-2052).

NAVSEA Drawing 6872812 (3 pgs., 1057k)
Title: Tool Kit, MIL-S-24623, Fiber Optic, Navy Shipboard
Description: [Fiber Optic Splice] This NAVSEA Drawing defines the tools that comprise the kit for terminating (placing) a rotary mechanical splice on the ends of a fiber optic cable. Tools used in this kit are only compatible with the MIL-C-24623/4 rotary mechanical splice and not other types of mechanical splices. Polishing pucks, polishing paper, etc.; when used properly and done in accordance with MIL-STD-2042; will provide connector end face polishes with optical loss and return loss (single mode only) values as specified in the component specifications (or as listed in MIL-STD-2052).

NAVSEA Drawing 6872813 (5 pgs., 1534k)
Title: Tool Kit, MIL-C-28876, Fiber Optic, Navy Shipboard
Description: [Fiber Optic Heavy Duty Connector] This NAVSEA Drawing defines the tools that comprise the kit for terminating (placing) a multiple termini connector on the end of a fiber optic cable. Tools used in this kit are compatible with multiple termini connectors conforming to MIL-C-28876 and termini conforming to MIL-T-29504/14 and /15. Polishing pucks, polishing paper, etc.; when used properly and done in accordance with MIL-STD-2042; will provide connector end face polishes with optical loss and return loss (single mode only) values as specified in the component specifications (or as listed in MIL-STD-2052).

NAVSEA Drawing 7344573 Rev E (3 pgs., 119 kb)
Title: Damage Control Kit Fiber Optic, Navy Shipboard
Description: This NAVSEA Drawing defines the components necessary to repair fiber optic cable in a damage control situation.



Measurement Quality Jumpers (MQJs) Return to top of page...

The NAVSEA Drawing for Test Equipment Jumpers defines the parts and optical performance for MQJs used with test equipment to verify optical performance of installed cable.

NAVSEA Drawing 6877804, Rev. G 
Title: Jumpers, Test Equipment, Fiber Optic.
Description: This NAVSEA Drawing defines the "Measurement Quality Jumpers (MQJs)" used with test equipment to perform optical loss measurements per MIL-STD-2042. These optical loss measurements are performed on the ship/in the field to verify optical performance of installed cable. MQJs must meet more stringent optical loss requirements to ensure accuracy of measurements performed.



Pierside Return to top of page...

The following detailed drawings are intended to assist in the successful implementation of fiber optic pierside connectivity.

NAVSEA Drawing 7325759 Rev. D (8 pgs., 760k)
Title: Pierside Connectivity, Umbilical Assembly, Fiber Optic, Ship-To-Pier
Description: The cable assembly (fiber optic cable with multiple termini, hermaphroditic connectors on the ends) used to connect the pier to the ship.

NAVSEA Drawing 7325760 Rev. D (6 pgs., 547k)
Title: Pierside Connectivity, Pigtail Assembly, Fiber Optic, Jam Nut Mounted Receptacle (Hermaphroditic) To ST Connector
Description: Items that comprise the fiber optic pigtail assembly inside the pier interconnection box (Hermaphroditic receptacle to ST connector).

NAVSEA Drawing 7325761 Rev. D (7 pgs., 837k)
Title: Pierside Connectivity, Pier Kit, Fiber Optic, Pier Interface To Ship
Description: Items that comprise the portion of the fiber optic cable plant to be installed at the pier to permit connection to the ship while the ship is in port (excluding the trunk cable from tech control to the pier).

NAVSEA Drawing 7325762 Rev. D (9 pgs., 891k)
Title: Pierside Connectivity, Ship Kit, Fiber Optic, Ship Interface To Pier
Description: Items that comprise the portion of the fiber optic cable plant to be installed on ships to permit connection to the pier while the ship is in port.

NAVSEA Drawing 7325763 Rev. D (17 pgs., 996k)
Title: Pierside Connectivity, Termination Support Kit, For Fiber Optic ST Connector and Termini
Description: Items that comprise the fiber optic termination kit, optical test kit, measurement quality jumpers (MQJ) sets and accessories needed to install and test the cable plant components for the pierside connectivity application at the pier and onboard ships.

NAVSEA Drawing 7379171 (23 pgs., 1233k)
Title: Fiber Optic Connectors, Hermaphroditic, Multiple Removable Termini
Description: This NAVSEA Drawing covers circular, hermaphroditic style, multiple removable termini, fiber optic connectors and dust covers. This hermaphroditic style connector is intended for use in concatenation as opposed to point-to-point applications. The removable termini that are compatible with the connector types in this NAVSEA Drawing must be procured separately using NAVSEA Drawing 7379172 (REMOVABLE TERMINI FOR MULTIPLE TERMINI FIBER OPTIC CONNECTORS). A hermaphroditic connector is one in which cable plugs are able to intermate with one another. The cable plug and jam nut mounted receptacle are the two connector styles addressed in this specification. The jam nut mounted receptacle itself is not hermaphroditic, is used at the interconnection box or panel, and is designed to mate with a cable plug in the forward position (female threads exposed). The cable plug is hermaphroditic, mates with the jam nut mounted receptacle when the cable plug is in the forward position, and is used to concatenate umbilical cable assemblies when one cable plug is in the forward position and the mating cable plug is in the back position (male threads exposed).

NAVSEA Drawing 7379172 (12 pgs., 520k)
Title: Removable Termini For Multiple Termini Fiber Optic Connectors
Description: This NAVSEA Drawing covers multiple removable pin termini and socket termini which are required for circular, plug and receptacle style, fiber optic connectors respectively. The connector plugs and receptacles that are compatible with the termini types in this NAVSEA Drawing must be procured separately using NAVSEA Drawing 7379171 (FIBER OPTIC CONNECTORS, HERMAPHRODITIC, MULTIPLE REMOVABLE TERMINI).

NAVSEA Drawing 7379173 (20 pgs., 764k)
Title: Cable, Fiber Optic, Pierside Use Only (Not For Inboard Or Outboard Use), 12 Breakout Cable Count, Multiple Classes (Single Mode, Multimode, Fiber-Hybrid)
Description: This NAVSEA Drawing covers fiber optic, multifiber cable for pierside umbilical cable applications only. Frequent handling and various type outboard exposures are expected to limit this cable to a 2 to 5 year useful life. The cable dimensions are compatible with connector and termini that are procured separately under NAVSEA Drawing 7379171 (FIBER OPTIC CONNECTORS, HERMAPHRODITIC, MULTIPLE REMOVABLE TERMINI) and NAVSEA Drawing 7379172 (REMOVABLE TERMINI FOR MULTIPLE TERMINI FIBER OPTIC CONNECTORS), respectively.

NAVSEA Drawing 7486958 (5 pgs., 432k)
Title: Pierside Connectivity, Sub Kit, Fiber Optic, Sub Interface To Pier
Description: Items that comprise the portion of the fiber optic cable topology to be installed on submarines to permit connection to the pier while the boat is in port.

NAVSEA Drawing 7486959 (4 pgs., 370k)
Title: Pierside Connectivity, Loop-Back Connector, Fiber Optic, Interface With Hermaphroditic Receptacle
Description: A test connector used to verify operation of/troubleshoot the ship network or the shore network, if the optical loss budget is not exceeded, when a fiber optic umbilical assembly is not connected between the ship and the pier. The loop-back connector is mated to (compatible with) the hermaphroditic receptacle on the ship port/starboard/mid-ship interconnection box or the pier interconnection box.



Component Return to top of page...

NAVSEA Drawing 7339714 (3 pgs., 33.2k)
Title: Adapter, Bulkhead, Fiber Optic Cable
Description: This NAVSEA Drawing defines the "Fiber Optic Bulkhead Adapter" used to feed a cable through an equipment enclosure. The Kevlar within the cable is captured by the bulkhead adapter to provide strain relief for the cable. The Optical Fiber Cable Components are terminated with light duty connectors to make connections inside the enclosure.

NAVSEA Drawing 7579995 (15 pgs., 408k)
Title: Adapter, Bulkhead, Blown Optical Fiber
Description: This drawing defines the requirements for a Blown Optical Fiber (BOF) Bulkhead Adapter Assemby for fiber optic cable. This bulkhead adapter is designed to transition BOF fibers emanating from single-tube BOF cables into loose tube furcation cables (similar in function to optical fiber cable components) at the equipment I/O interface. The single-tube BOF cable utilized with this adapter meets MIL-PRF-85045/26.

NAVSEA Drawing 8283420 Rev A (5 pgs., 139kb)
Title: Tester, Retention Clip Seating, Termini, Fiber Optic, MIL-PRF-29504/4, /5, /14, /15, and /18
Description: This Navy drawing supports the Government's intent to provide the Fleet/Field maintainer with a means to inspect for and verify that a terminus is seated properly within the connector insert.

NAVSEA Drawing 8479606 Rev. A (4pgs., 81kb)
Title: Cable, Fiber Optic, 18 Fibers, Enchanced Performance, Configuration Type 2 (OFCC), Application B (Shipboard), Class MM/SM Mixed
Description: This Navy Drawing contains the detailed requirements for an 18 Fiber, Enhanced Performance, Cable Configuration Type 2 (OFCC), Application B (shipboard), Cable Class MM/SM Mixed cable containing both MM and SM fiber for use on Navy ships and submarines.



Fabrication Return to top of page...

NAVSEA Drawing 8283255 Rev D (31 pgs., 435kb)
Title: Termini, Fiber Optic, MIL-PRF-29504/4 & /5, Test Sample Configurations/Fabrication & Specific Methods/Practices
Description: This Navy drawing contains test sample configurations (including the fiber optic components/materials used), test sample fabrication (preparation), launch condition method, specific test practices pertaining to MIL-PRF-29504/4 & /5 termini.

NAVSEA Drawing 8283458 Rev - (8 pgs., 221)
Title: Termini, Fiber Optic, MIL-PRF-29504/14 & /15, Test Sample Configurations/Fabrication & Specific Methods/Practices
Description: This Navy drawing contains test sample configurations (including the fiber optic components/materials used), test sample fabrication (preparation), launch condition method, specific test practices pertaining to MIL-PRF-29504/14 & /15 termini.

NAVSEA Drawing 8283460 Rev B (35 pgs., 637k)
Title: Termini, Fiber Optic, MIL-PRF-29504/18, Test Sample Configurations/Fabrication & Specific Methods/Practices
Description: This Navy drawing contains test sample configurations (including the fiber optic components/materials used), test sample fabrication (preparation), launch condition method, specific test practices pertaining to MIL-PRF-29504/18 terminus.

NAVSEA Drawing 8328898 Rev A (17 pgs., 227kb)
Title: Mechanical Splice, Fiber Optic, Aircraft, Test Sample Configurations/Fabrication & Specific Methods/Practices
Description: This Navy drawing contains test sample configurations (including the fiber optic components/materials used), test sample fabrication (preparation), launch condition method, specific test practices pertaining to the mechanical splice per MIL-PRF-24623/7. This mechanical splice is used in aircraft applications primarily; however, usage may extend to shipboard and other vehicle type applications.



Installation Return to top of page...

NAVSEA Drawing 8346971 (18 pgs., 145 kb)
Title: Fusion Splice, Fiber Optic, MIL-PRF-24623/6, MIL-PRF-24728/8, Specific Method Pertaining To Fabrication Installation
Description: This NAVSEA Drawing describes the procedure for the forming, shaping and fusion splicing of two optical fibers with a fusion splicer approved to Commercial Item Description (CID) A-A-59799.

NAVSEA Drawing 8346972 (17 pgs., 305 kb)
Title: Furcation Unit, Tube, Blown Optical Fiber (BOF), Specific Method Pertaining to Polyacrylamide Crystal Installation
Description: This NAVSEA Drawing describes the procedure for installing the individual BOF fibers, or fibers within BOF bundles, into a furcation unit.

NAVSEA Drawing 8347174 (33 pgs., 688 kb)
Title: Fiber Optic Installation Standard Methods for Naval Ships
Description: This NAVSEA Drawing provides detailed information and guidance to the installation of fiber optic cable topologies on U.S. Navy surface ships and submarines.



Training Certification Return to top of page...

NAVSEA Drawing 8477552 Rev B
Title: Navy Shipboard Fiber Optic Training Certification Program
Description: This NAVSEA Drawing provides detailed information and guidance about the Navy Shipboard Fiber Optic Training Certification program.


 

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Last Updated: 03/14/19