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RTRYVA


Pre-fibred  FTTH  5G  Overhead  Open Trench  In-Building  

Emtelle's RTRYVA is a pull back fibre optic cable giving a very flexible FTTX solution where duct access and branching from the RTRYVA is quick and easy, and uses the minimal amount of tools, training and installation equipment. Fibres are accessed, excess fibre is pulled back out of the duct, then branched to the home/business through a dedicated drop duct. Fibre installation to inside the home/business is carried out by pushing or pulling.

KEY BENEFITS

  1. 1.

    4 – 8 times more fibre drops can be made from an existing 32mm, or 1 ¼ HDPE duct compared to traditional cables.
  2. 2.

    A mix of fibre counts is available for your specific requirements.
  3. 3.

    Emtelle RTRYVA EMU box is an IP68 closure designed specifically for branching the fibres from RTRYVA for indoor and outdoor installations

KEY FEATURES

  • 4-8 times more fibre drops can be made from an existing 32mm, or 1¼ HDPE duct compared to traditional cables.
  • Fibre tubes (within the RTRYVA) can vary from 2-12 fibres per tube.
  • A mix of fibre counts is available for your specific requirements.
  • High speed installation and connectivity with no specialist training.
  • No blowing equipment required.
  • GRP strength members to offer additional strength and longevity.
  • A simple to install drop closure to the home (4 drops per closure).
  • Drop tubes can have pre-installed draw string to aid fibre installation to the home.
  • EMU Box (designed for branching the drops from the RTRYVA cable.
  • Suitable for Ducted, Buried and Facade installation.
  • Various diameter sizes available from 8mm to 20mm
  • Internal CPR rated solution available

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Installation Steps

  1. 1.

    The blade on the stripping tool is pre-set at a specific angle, no adjustment is needed.
  1. 2.

    Line up the blade on the first mark made using the line on the side of the tool.
  1. 3.

    Pull the tool towards your body, when the back of the tool reaches the second mark start to lift the back of the tool.
  1. 4.

    When lifting the tool, do not pull straight up, lift the handle forward as the tool is pulled back this will give a tidy window cut.
  1. 5.

    Completed window cut.
  1. 6.

    Completed window cut (close up).
  1. 7.

    If the tool slips out during the window cut the stripping procedure will have to be repeated from the second line. Do not attempt to cut in the same direction as this could cut the GRP rods and fibre unit.
  1. 8.

    Place the stripping tool on the second line as per previous instructions for the window cut.