IEC 63267-2-2:2024 defines the dimensional limits of an optical interface for reference connections necessary to meet specific requirements for fibre-to-fibre interconnection of non-angled and angled polished multimode reference connectors intended to be used for attenuation measurements in the field or factory. Several grades of reference connections are defined in this document. The multimode reference connections are terminated to restricted IEC 60793-2-10 A1-OM2b to A1-OM5b fibre at the 850 nm band only. The geometrical dimensions and tolerances of the specified reference connections have been developed primarily to limit the variation in measured attenuation between multiple sets of two reference connectors, and therefore to limit the variation in measured attenuation between randomly chosen reference connectors when mated with connectors in the field or factory.

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IEC 63267-2-1:2024 defines a set of specified conditions for an enhanced macro bend of 50/125 µm, graded index multimode fibre optic connection that is maintained in order to satisfy the requirements of attenuation and return loss performance in a randomly mated pair of polished physically contacting (PC) fibres. An encircled flux (EF) compliant launch condition in accordance with IEC 61300-1, at an operational wavelength of 850 nm, is used for determination of performance grades, based on lateral fibre core offset, numerical aperture (NA) mismatch, and fibre core diameter (CD) variation. Fibre core angular offset is considered insignificant given the state-of-the-art and is excluded as a factor for attenuation estimation. Attenuation and return loss performance grades are defined in IEC 63267-1.

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IEC 61300-2-44:2024 specifies a test to determine the influence of flexing under tensile load of the strain relief of fibre optic interconnecting devices or components. The intention is to simulate the number of flexing cycles which would typically be experienced during service life. This test is applied to both single fibre cable and multiple fibre cable. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2013. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) replaced active monitoring with transient loss for measurements during test; b) harmonized recommended severities according to IEC 61753-1.

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IEC 61300-2-11:2023 is available as IEC 61300-2-11:2023 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 61300-2-11:2023 is to ensure that the captivation or the attachment of the cable to the fibre optic devices or components, for example fibre optic closures, will withstand compressive axial loads likely to be applied during normal service. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2012. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) added Terms and definitions clause; b) removed severity table for closures; c) added recommended severity for tubes and cables without strength member attachment.

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IEC 61300-2-6:2023 is available as IEC 61300-2-6:2023 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 61300-2-6:2023 describes a test to ensure the coupling mechanism of a connector set or connector and device combination withstands the axial loads likely to be applied during normal service, and that the optical performance remains within the given specifications during this test. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) addition of normative references; b) modification of the details to be specified; c) addition of optical monitoring.

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IEC 61753-081-02:2023 contains the minimum initial test and measurement requirements and severities which a fibre optic middle-scale 1 × N (16 ≤ N ≤ 64) DWDM (dense wavelength division multiplexing) arrayed waveguide grating device with channel spacing of 50 GHz, 100 GHz or 200 GHz satisfies in order to be categorized as meeting the requirements of category C (controlled environment). The requirements are given for the DWDM devices with Gaussian passband profile and flat-top passband profile. The requirements exclude the devices with dynamic electrical temperature control. This first edition cancels and replaces IEC 61753-081-2 published in 2014. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC 61753-081-2:2014: a) change of test conditions harmonizing with IEC 61753-1:2018; b) harmonization of the measurement uncertainties in Table 2 to Table 4 with IEC 61753-081-03 and IEC 61753-081-06.

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IEC 61753-081-03:2023 contains the minimum initial test and measurement requirements and severities which a fibre optic middle-scale 1 × N (16 ≤ N ≤ 64) DWDM (dense wavelength division multiplexing) arrayed waveguide grating device with channel spacing of 50 GHz, 100 GHz or 200 GHz satisfies in order to be categorized as meeting the requirements of category OP (outdoor protected environment). The requirements are given for the DWDM devices with Gaussian passband profile and flat-top passband profile. The requirements exclude the devices with dynamic electrical temperature control.

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IEC 61753-081-06:2023 contains the minimum initial test and measurement requirements and severities which a fibre optic middle-scale 1 × N (16 ≤ N ≤ 64) DWDM (dense wavelength division multiplexing) arrayed waveguide grating device with channel spacing of 50 GHz, 100 GHz or 200 GHz satisfies in order to be categorized as meeting the requirements of category OP+ (extended outdoor protected environment). The requirements are given for the DWDM devices with Gaussian passband profile and flat-top passband profile. The requirements exclude the devices with dynamic electrical temperature control.

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IEC 61753-021-06:2023 defines the minimum initial test and measurement requirements and severities which single-mode fibre optic connectors terminated as a pigtail or a patchcord satisfy in order to be categorised as meeting the IEC standard category OP+ (extended outdoor protected environment), as defined in IEC 61753-1. If tests were performed on the connectors terminated as pigtails or patchcords for category OP+HD and the product passed, the product will be automatically qualified or categorized as meeting the IEC standard for category OP+. If tests are performed on the connectors terminated as pigtails or patchcords for category OP+, and the product passes, the product will be automatically qualified or categorized as meeting the IEC standard for categories OP and C. This first edition cancels and replaces the first edition of IEC 61753-021-6 published in 2007. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC 61753-021-6:2007: a) updated environmental category (from O to OP+), tests and their severities according to IEC 61753-1:2018; b) removed the copyright notice as it is no longer needed; c) changed title and scope to remove restrictions on attenuation and return loss grades; d) changed the term and definitions of the different types of test samples (pigtail test samples and patchcord test samples) used in the various tests to avoid confusion; e) removed the term and definition for small form factor (SFF) connectors as it is no longer used in the document; f) updated fibre naming conventions according to IEC 60793-2-50: and added provisions for B-657 fibres; g) added all the attenuation and return loss grades defined in IEC 61753-1; h) removed the static side load test; i) removed the need to perform all tests sequentially to align with other performance standards; j) added provisions for rectangular ferrule connectors; k) added Annex B for visual examination of the outer cable sheath movement of reinforced cables as an additional requirement for change of temperature, cable retention and flexing of the strain relief tests.

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IEC 61753-021-02:2023 defines the minimum initial test and measurement requirements and severities which single-mode fibre optic connectors terminated as a pigtail or a patchcord satisfy in order to be categorized as meeting the IEC standard category C (controlled environment), as defined in IEC 61753-1. If tests were performed on the connectors terminated as pigtails or patchcords for categories OP+HD, OP+, OP, OPHD, or CHD and the product passed, the product will be automatically qualified or categorized as meeting the IEC standard for category C. This first edition cancels and replaces the second edition of IEC 61753-021-2 published in 2007. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC 61753-021-2:2007: a) changed scope to remove restrictions on attenuation and return loss grades; b) included provisions for rectangular ferrule connectors; c) changed the terms and definitions of the different types of test samples (pigtail test samples and patchcord test samples) used in the various tests to avoid confusion; d) updated fibre naming conventions according to IEC 60793-2-50 and added provisions for B-657 fibres; e) added all the attenuation and return loss grades defined in IEC 61753-1; f) test severities updated according to IEC 61753-1; g) reduced flexing of strain relief cycles from 100 cycles to 50 cycles; h) added the torsion test; i) reduced the duration of the fibre/cable retention test on reinforced cables from 120 s to 60 s minimum; j) removed the static side load test; k) reduced the number of mating durability cycles from 500 cycles to 200 cycles and added provisions for rectangular ferrule connectors; l) added Annex B for visual examination of the outer cable sheath movement of reinforced cables as an additional requirement for change of temperature, cable retention and flexing of the strain relief tests.

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IEC 61300-2-38:2023 is available as IEC 61300-2-38:2023 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition. IEC 61300-3-38:2023 presents two methods for testing the sealing performance of a fibre optic sealed closure and hardened connector using air pressure. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2006. It constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) addition of sealed hardened connectors; b) recommended test severities from IEC 61753-1; c) test configurations for hardened connectors and adaptors.

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IEC 61300-2-26: 2023 provides a test to determine the corrosion resistance of the metals used in the construction of fibre optic interconnecting devices and passive components. This document determines if dissimilar metals have been well finished to prevent corrosion. The requirements of the tests for these devices are defined in IEC 61753-1. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2006. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) addition of Clause 3, Terms and definitions; b) harmonisation with IEC 61753-1:2018 and addition of Table 2; c) harmonisation with IEC 60068-2-11:2021

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IEC 61300-3-45:2023 is available as IEC 61300-3-45:2023 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 61000-3-45:2023 describes the procedure required to measure the statistical distribution and mean attenuation for random mated optical connectors with physical contact (PC) and angled physical contact (APC) polished multi-fibre rectangular ferrules as defined in the IEC 61754 series. This measurement method is applicable to cable assemblies. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2011. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) addition of sample size for > 12-fibre connector measurement; b) inclusion of guidance for multimode measurement.

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1.1 Product definition This document contains the initial, start of life dimensional, optical, mechanical and environmental performance requirements, which single mode mechanical splice needs to meet in order for it to be categorized as a European standard product. Although, in this document, the product is qualified for EN IEC 60793 2 50 type B-652.D single mode fibres, it is also suitable for mechanical splicing of other single mode fibres with 125 µm diameter glass cladding. Also mechanical splices designed for connections of buffered or secondary coated fibres and cords according to EN 60794 2 50:2008 are covered by this document. 1.2 Interoperability The installed mechanical splice fits into optical fibre management system with optical splice cassettes or splice trays as defined in EN IEC 61756 1. This document specifies the following two physical interface dimensions: - cross sectional profile with width, height or diameter (in millimetres); - length (in millimetres). 1.3 Expected performance In this document, the performance of the mechanical splice is given with identical fibres only as specified in Annex A. Losses associated with tolerances in fibre cladding diameter and mode field mismatch are not taken into account. The measured attenuation is a function of the core concentricity, cladding non-circularity and alignment capability. The optical return loss performance is a function of the index matching gel and the fibre end face preparation. 1.4 Operating environment The tests selected combined with the severities and durations are representative of an outdoor enclosed environment defined as category OP in EN IEC 61753 1. To ensure that the product can be used in outdoor closures, boxes or street cabinets for categories A, G or S (as defined in EN IEC 61753 1) the specified lower temperature is extended to −40 °C and a water immersion requirement for temporary flooding conditions has been added. 1.5 Reliability Whilst the anticipated service life expectancy of the product in this environment is at least 20 years, compliance with this document does not guarantee the reliability of the product. This is expected to be predicted using a recognized reliability assessment programme. 1.6 Quality assurance Compliance with this document does not guarantee the manufacturing consistency of the product. This is expected to be maintained using a recognized quality assurance programme.

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This part of IEC 63267 covers multimode fibre optic connection interfaces. It includes references, document structure details, definitions, and standardised optical connection grades. The grades are based on random mated connections between two optical connector populations according to prescribed characteristics including the core diameter and numerical aperture mismatches. The document describes the rules under which an optical interface is created. It also defines standardised test methods where appropriate.

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IEC 61300-3-4:2023 is available as IEC 61300-3-4:2023 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 61300-3-4: 2022 describes the various methods available to measure the attenuation of optical components. It is not, however, applicable to random mate attenuation measurements as described in IEC 61300-3-34 and IEC 61300-3-45 nor for attenuation measurements of dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) devices as described in IEC 61300-3-29. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2012. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) addition of Clause 3 containing terms, definitions and abbreviated terms; b) addition of a new LSPM measurement method, insertion method (D); c) addition of Annex A describing attenuation measurement of multicore fibre; d) changed reference test method to insertion C and alternative test method to substitution or insertion D for power meter and type 4 DUT.

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This part of IEC 61300 evaluates the effects of vibration on fibre optic devices at the predominant frequency ranges and magnitudes that are encountered during field service on attenuation. NOTE Most vibrations encountered in service are not of a simple harmonic nature. However, it has been shown that tests based on vibrations of this type are satisfactory to simulating actual service.

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This part of IEC 61300 details a procedure to determine the suitability of a fibre optic interconnecting device, passive component, splices or closure to withstand the environmental condition of extended high temperature that occur during operation, storage and/or transport. The test is intended to indicate the performance of such devices when exposed to heat of constant temperature over a given period. In general terms, this test provides a high temperature to induce potential failures due to softening and expansions. This procedure does not assess the ability of a device to operate during temperature variations; in this case, IEC 61300-2-22 is used.

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IEC 61300-2-54:2019 is to assess the corrosive effects of atmospheres polluted with mixed gas on fibre optic devices. It can be considered as a general corrosion test, but it does not predict the performance of a device in use. Keywords: mixed gas on fibre optic devices

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This part of IEC 61753 contains the minimum tests, test severities and measurement requirements which a mechanical fibre splice need to satisfy in order to be categorised as meeting the requirements of single-mode fibre splice for use in category OP (Outdoor protected) environments, as defined in IEC 61753-1. This document for mechanical splices defines the requirements for standard optical performance under a set of specified conditions. The standard contains a series or a set of tests and measurements with clearly stated conditions, severities and pass/fail criteria. The series of tests, commonly referred to as an operating service environment or performance category, is intended to be a basis to prove the product’s ability to satisfy the requirements of a specific application, market sector or user group.

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This part of IEC 61753 contains the minimum tests, test severities and measurement requirements which a fibre management system need to meet in order to be categorised as meeting the IEC standard, category OP - Outdoor Protected environment, as defined in IEC 61753-1. This performance standard for fibre management systems defines the requirements for standard optical performance under a set of specified conditions. It contains a series or a set of tests and measurements with clearly stated conditions, severities and pass/fail criteria. The series of tests, commonly referred to as an operating service environment or performance category, is intended to be a basis to prove the product’s ability to satisfy the requirements of a specific application, market sector or user group.

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IEC 61300-3-35:2022 is concerned with the observation and classification of debris, scratches and defects. The inspection requirements are based on IEC TR 62627-05. Advice for cleaning of contamination from fibres/ferrule is found in IEC TR 62627-01 and a recommendation is given in Annex D. IEC TR 62572-4 provides the cleaning method for a stub for optical transceivers. Visual inspection is in addition to, and does not replace measurement of performance parameters such as attenuation and return loss, or end face parameters. The dimensions specified are chosen such that they can be easily estimated. Not only the zones A and B on the fibre are inspected for defects and scratches but the whole contact area (where the two fibres/ferrules meet when mated) needs to be inspected for contamination (this is up to 250 µm diameter for cylindrical ferrules and the whole ferrule surface for rectangular ferrules).The objectives of this document are the following: - specify the minimum criteria for a microscope to be compliant to this document; - specify the procedure and criteria for inspecting fibre-optic end faces for cleanliness to determine if the end faces are fit for use. All connector optical interfaces (IEC 61755 series and IEC 63267 series) are based on physical contact between fibre cores; - provide quantitative criteria for the analysis of end face images. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2015. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - adding of a statement that visual inspection is not a substitute for optical qualification such as attenuation and return loss measurement; - adding of some terms and definitions; - adding requirements for SM 35 dB connectors; - adding of a sentence in Clause 5 concerning the susceptibility of the methods to system variability and variability within systems from same supplier; - removal of inspection requirements for zones C and D; - insertion of a generic cleanliness specification for whole rectangular ferrule and 250 µm area around every fibre; - adding a cleaning recommendation for rectangular and cylindrical ferrules; - outer edge of inspection zone B has changed from 115 µm to 110 µm to meet manufacturing tolerances of fixture for microscopes; - change that defects that are partly in core are only to be judged for the part they are in the core. The remainder of the defect is considered to be located in the cladding. - adding a statement that a connector cannot be rejected by just failing visual inspection. Meeting the specified optical performance determines the use of this connector.

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This part of IEC 61755 covers dispersion unshifted single-mode fibre optic connection interfaces. It includes references, document structure details, definitions, and standardised optical connection grades. The grades are based on random mated connections between two optical connector populations according to prescribed characteristics including fibre mode field diameter (MFD) mismatch. It also defines standardized test methods where appropriate.

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IEC 61755-2-2:2022 defines a set of prescribed conditions for a single-mode fibre optic connection that is maintained in order to satisfy the requirements of attenuation and return loss (RL) performance in a randomly mated pair of angled polished physically contacting (APC) fibres. The model uses a Gaussian distribution of light intensity over the specified mode field diameter (MFD) for determination of attenuation performance grades, based on MFD mismatch and the amount of lateral and angular fibre core offsets. Attenuation and RL performance grades are defined in IEC 61755-1. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2006. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - addition of normative references and visual requirements; - reconsideration of the whole parts of the text to avoid misuse of the standard.

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IEC 61300-2-5:2022 determines the ability of the cable attachment element of the device under test (DUT) to withstand torsional loads that can be experienced during installation and normal service. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2009. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - the terms and definitions clause was added; - the procedure description was modified; - new subsections are included in Clause 6 for a better sequence description; - Figure 1 was improved and Figure 2 was updated in text descriptions; - the severity of the test was updated according to the component and operation conditions.

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This part of IEC 61753 contains the minimum tests, test severities and measurement requirements which a sealed fibre optic closure need to meet in order to be categorised as meeting the IEC standard for category A - Aerial, as defined in Table A.13 of IEC 61753-1:2018. Free breathing closures are not covered in this document.

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IEC 61300-2-43:2022 is available as IEC 61300-2-43:2022 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 61300-2-43: 2022 aims at screening single-mode physical contact (PC) optical fibre connector plugs of an optical fibre patch cord or an optical fibre pigtail in terms of return loss, thus ensuring minimum return loss when the connector plugs are randomly mated with each other in the field. This document is intended to apply to cylindrical ferrule connector plugs. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2014. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical change with respect to the previous edition: addition of Clause 3 containing terms, definitions, and abbreviated terms.

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This part of IEC 61753 specifies the test requirements for wavelength selective cords used in a controlled environment (Category C) according to IEC 61753-1: 2018, where the connectors already comply with the Category C requirements of IEC 61753-1: 2018. The tests selected are a subset of the connector tests from IEC 61753-1: 2018 appropriate for requalification with additional requirements relevant to cords and the connector/cable interface.

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IEC 61755-2-1:2022 defines a set of prescribed conditions for a single-mode fibre optic connection that is maintained in order to satisfy the requirements of attenuation and return loss (RL) performance in a randomly mated pair of non-angled polished physically contacting (PC) fibres. The model uses a Gaussian distribution of light intensity over the specified mode field diameter (MFD) for determination of attenuation performance grades, based on MFD mismatch and the amount of lateral and angular fibre core offsets. Attenuation and RL performance grades are defined in IEC 61755-1. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2006. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
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This part of IEC 61753 contains the minimum initial test and measurement requirements and severities which a fibre-optic pigtailed wide wavelength division multiplexing (WWDM) device for monitoring passive optical networks (PON) using an optical time-domain reflectometer (OTDR) satisfies in order to be categorised as meeting the requirements of categorie C (Indoor controlled environment), as defined in annex A of IEC 61753-1 2018. WWDM is defined in IEC 62074-1.

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IEC 62077:2022 is available as IEC 62077:2022 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 62077: 2022 applies to circulators used in the field of fibre optics bearing all of the following features: - they are non-reciprocal optical devices, in which each port is either an optical fibre or fibre optic connector; - they are passive devices in accordance with the categorization and definition provided in IEC TS 62538; - they have three or more ports for directionally transmitting optical power. An example of optical circulator technology and application is described in Annex A and Annex B, respectively. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2015. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - harmonization of terms and definitions with IEC TS 62627-09; - change of Clause 4 regarding requirements

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IEC 61753-053-02: 2022 contains the minimum initial test and measurement requirements and severities which non-connectorized single-mode fibre electrically controlled variable optical attenuator needs to satisfy in order to be categorised as meeting the requirements of category C – Controlled environments, as defined in Annex A of IEC 61753-1:2018. This first edition cancels and replaces IEC 61753-053-2 published in 2014. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC 61753-053-2:2014: a) harmonization of terms and definitions with those in IEC 60869-1 and IEC TS 62627-09; b) harmonization of test items and their conditions with IEC 61753‑1:2018 and IEC 61753‑1:2018/AMD1:2020.

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IEC 61753-051-02:2022 contains the minimum initial test and measurement requirements and severities which plug-receptacle style single-mode fibre fixed optical attenuators need to satisfy in order to be categorized as meeting the requirements of category C – Controlled environments, as defined in IEC 61753-1:2018, Annex A. This first edition cancels and replaces IEC 61753-051-3 published in 2013. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC 61753‑051‑3:2013:
change the category from U to C and the test items and their conditions according to IEC 61753-1;
change the requirements reflecting the survey results.

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IEC 61300-3-54:2019 describes the procedure to measure the angular misalignment between the ferrule bore axis and the outside diameter datum axis of a cylindrical ferrule. Keywords: ferrule bore, angular misalignment

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This part of IEC 61300-3 describes methods available to measure the wavelength dependence of attenuation and return loss of two port, single mode passive optical components. It is not, however, applicable to dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) devices. Measurement methods of wavelength dependence of attenuation of DWDM devices are described in IEC 61300-3-29. There are two measurement cases described in this standard: a) Measurement of attenuation only; b) Measurement of attenuation and return loss at the same time.

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1.1 Product definition This document contains the initial, start of life, dimensional, optical, mechanical and environmental performance requirements that an assembled single mode cord with cylindrical ferruled connectors will meet in order for it to be categorized as an EN standard product. Since different variants and grades of performance are permitted, product marking details are given in 4.5 and Clause 5. 1.2 Intermateability of the plugs Where the products conforming to the requirements of this document are intermateable, the resulting level of random attenuation performance will be in accordance with Table 1. The intention is that this will be true irrespective of the manufacturing source(s) of the product. When intermating plug variants having different attenuation grades (as specified in EN 61755 1) the resulting level of attenuation cannot be any better than the worst attenuation grade of the individual plugs. Intermating a grade C plug with a grade B plug will result in a grade C level of random attenuation performance. Table 1 — Attenuation grade matrix Plug 1 grade Plug 2 grade Ensured attenuation grade B B B C C C B C C C B C 1.3 Operating environment The tests selected, combined with the severities and durations, are representative of an EN IEC 61753 1 Category C environment. 1.4 Reliability Whilst the anticipated service life expectancy of the product in this environment is 20 years, compliance with this standard does not guarantee the reliability of the product. This is predicted using a recognized reliability assessment program. 1.5 Quality assurance Compliance with this standard does not guarantee the manufacturing consistency of the product. This is expected to be maintained using a recognized quality assurance program.

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1.1 Product definition This document contains the initial, start of life dimensional, optical, mechanical and environmental performance requirements which a connector terminated with cylindrical zirconia 9° angled PC ferrule and assembled singlemode resilient alignment sleeve SC-APC simplex connector set (plug/adaptor/plug), adaptor and patchcord meet in order for it to be categorized as an EN standard product. This document is intended to replace CECC 86 265-803. Since different variants are permitted, product marking details are given in 4.6. 1.2 Intermateability Products conforming to the requirements of this document are intended to intermate, and it is expected that the specified level of random attenuation performance will be met. The intention is that this will be true irrespective of the manufacturing source(s) of the product. 1.3 Operating environment The tests selected, combined with the severities and durations, are representative of a category OP environment described in EN IEC 61753-1. 1.4 Reliability Whilst the anticipated service life expectancy of the product in this environment is 20 years, compliance with this document does not guarantee the reliability of the product. This is expected to be predicted using a recognized reliability assessment programme. 1.5 Quality assurance Compliance with this document does not guarantee the manufacturing consistency of the product. This is expected to be maintained using a recognized quality assurance programme.

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1.1 Product definition This European Standard contains the dimensional, optical, mechanical and environmental performance requirements of a fully installed optical fibre wall box, in order for it to be categorized as an EN standard product. The typical configuration is splicing of incoming fibres to optional splitters and/or to pigtails, connecting pigtails plugs on one side to patchcord plugs on the other side, using adapters. A wall box is a protective housing containing a fibre management system with splice trays of various fibre separation levels and connector mounting plates. The wall box may contain one or more of the following: storage and routing of fibre and cable; - uncut fibre cable storage; - splice trays; - adaptors and connectors; - passive optical devices (optical splitters or WDM). A wall box can be installed on a vertical indoor or outdoor surface above ground level. If the wall box is required to be relocatable with cables attached, the following additional tests shall be performed: - cable bending; - cable torsion. This document specifies the number of splice trays and splice/connector capacity for each fibre separation level. The maximum capacity is 144 connectors and splice. For housings with a higher number of splices and connectors the document prEN 50411 4 1 (Cabinets) should be used. Wall boxes for fibre splices only are covered in EN 50411 3 1:2012. 1.2 Operating environment The tests selected, combined with the severity and duration, and are representative of indoor and outside plant for above ground environments defined by: EN 61753 1 Ed2 (20xx): - category C: Controlled (indoor) environment; - category A: Aerial (above ground) environment. 1.3 Reliability Whilst the anticipated service life expectancy of the product in this environment is 20 years, compliance with this European Standard does not guarantee the reliability of the product. This should be predicted using a recognized reliability assessment programme. 1.4 Quality assurance Compliance with this European Standard does not guarantee the manufacturing consistency of the product. This should be maintained using a recognized quality assurance programme. 1.5 Allowed fibre and cable types This wall box standard accommodates EN 60793 2 50 single-mode fibres and EN 60793 2 10 A1a and A1b multimode fibres and all EN 60794 series optical fibre cables with various fibre capacities, types and designs as long as fitting in the cabinet does not contravene the fibre or cable minimum bend radius.

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This European Standard covers street cabinets for up to 1440 fibre connections for use in outside plant environments under category A according to EN 61753-1:Ed2. This document contains the initial, start of life dimensional, optical, mechanical and environmental performance requirements of a fully installed passive optical fibre street cabinet, in order for it to be categorised as an EN standard product. The street cabinet is a housing containing modular fibre management systems with splice trays for various fibre separation levels and connector mounting plates. The street cabinet may contain one or more of the following: storage and/or routing of cable; through-box/uncut fibre, cable storage; connectors passive optical devices.

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This part of IEC 61300 provides general information and guidance for the basic test and measurement procedures defined in the IEC 61300-2 series and IEC 61300-3 series for interconnecting devices, passive components, mechanical splices, fusion splice protectors, fibre management systems and protective housings. This standard is used in combination with the relevant specification which defines the tests to be used, the required degree of severity for each of them, their sequence, if relevant, and the permissible performance limits. In the event of conflict between this basic standard and the relevant specification, the latter takes precedence.

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This part of IEC 61754 defines the standard interface dimensions for type MPO family of connectors with two rows of 16 fibres.

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1.1 Product definition This document contains the initial, start of life dimensional, mechanical and environmental performance requirements which an unprotected microduct are expected to meet. 1.2 Operating environment The tests selected combined with the severities and duration are representative of an outside plant for subterranean and/or aerial environment defined by: — ETS 300 019 class 8.1 - underground locations (without earthquake requirement); — EN IEC 61753 1 - category A (aerial environment) and category S (subterranean environment). 1.3 Quality assurance Compliance with this document does not guarantee the manufacturing consistency of the product. This is expected to be maintained using a recognized quality assurance programme. 1.4 Allowed product types This document covers all European Standards on optical fibre unprotected microducts. This includes, but is not limited to, EN 60794 5, Optical fibre cables - Part 5: Sectional specification - Microduct cabling for installation by blowing. 1.5 Allowed microduct connector types This microduct standard allows the use of all European Standard microduct connectors, including: straight, reducer/enlarger stem, reducer/enlarger, close down, liquid block, liquid block with barb end, and end stop connectors. This includes EN 50411 2 8, Fibre organizers and closures to be used in optical fibre communication systems - Product specifications - Part 2-8: Microduct connectors, for air blown optical fibres, Type 1.

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1.1 Product definition This document contains the initial, start of life dimensional, optical, mechanical and environmental performance requirements, which multimode mechanical splice needs to meet in order for it to be categorized as a European standard product. Although, in this document, the product is qualified for EN IEC 60793 2 10 types A1-OM1, A1-OM2, A1-OM3, A1-OM4 and A1-OM5 multimode fibres, it can also be suitable for other fibre types with 125 µm cladding diameter. 1.2 Interoperability The installed mechanical splice fits into optical fibre management system with optical splice cassettes or splice trays as defined in EN IEC 61756 1. This document specifies the following two physical interface dimensions: — cross sectional profile with width, height or diameter (in millimetres); — length (in millimetres). 1.3 Expected performance In this document, the performance of the mechanical splice is given with identical fibres only as specified in Annex A. Losses associated with tolerances in fibre cladding diameter and core diameter mismatch are not taken into account. The measured attenuation is a function of the core concentricity, cladding non-circularity and alignment capability. The optical return loss performance is a function of the index matching gel and the fibre end face preparation 1.4 Operating environment The tests selected combined with the severities and durations are representative of an outdoor enclosed environment category OP as defined in EN IEC 61753 1:2018, Table A.5. To ensure that the product can be used in outdoor closures, boxes or street cabinets for categories A, G or S (as defined in EN IEC 61753 1:2018, Tables A.13, A.14 and A.15) the specified lower temperature is extended to −40 °C and a water immersion requirement for temporary flooding conditions has been added. 1.5 Reliability Whilst the anticipated service life expectancy of the product in this environment is at least 20 years, compliance with this specification does not guarantee the reliability of the product. This is expected to be predicted using a recognized reliability assessment programme. 1.6 Quality assurance Compliance with this specification does not guarantee the manufacturing consistency of the product. This is expected to be maintained using a recognized quality assurance programme.

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1.1 Product definition This European Standard contains the initial, start of life dimensional, optical, mechanical and environmental performance requirements (excluding electrical requirements) for a 12 fibre multimode PPS MPO plug terminated on EN 60793 2 10 category A1a.3a or A1a.3b fibre and a 4+4x10,3125 Gb/s MPO (QFSP) transceiver to meet in order to be categorized as an EN standard product. Since different variants are permitted, product marking details are given in 4.6. 1.2 Intermateability All products conforming to the requirements of this standard are meant to be intermate and give the specified level of random coupled and received power performance. The intention is that this will be true irrespective of the manufacturing source(s) of the product. 1.3 Operating environment The tests selected combined with the severity and duration are representative of a backplane/back panel indoor application derived from customer premises protected environment as defined in EN 50173 series and ISO/IEC 11801 and as specified in category C per EN 61753 1 typically described as a data centre environment. 1.4 Reliability Whilst the anticipated service life expectancy of the product in this environment is 10 years, compliance with this standard does not guarantee the reliability of the product. This should be predicted using a recognized reliability assessment programme. 1.5 Quality assurance Compliance with this standard does not guarantee the manufacturing consistency of the product. This should be maintained using a recognized quality assurance programme.

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This part of IEC 61754 specifies the standard interface dimensions for type SC family of connectors.

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