A drop wire clamp is utilized to aid one or two pairs of fiber drop wire at the span clamps, drive hooks, and different kinds of other attachments for the drop. It is used, in addition, to aid the aerial service of terminals drop the span at the building and the messenger strand.
Drop wire clamp functions by attaching different poles, buildings, and other points of attachments, including a cable like a coaxial cable. The clamp of the wire is used for supporting and directing through a suspended fashion. It is a double-stranded cable with the help of an attached messenger wire or an attached support wire with a wire that carries the signal.
Components and Assembles
Plates and troughs make up the equipment for performing its said function. All of the components are systematically affixed to one another to provide ultimate support for different things to fix and work with each other.
What is the application of the drop wire clamp?
The drop wire clamp allows a cable for attachment and support for a pole or a building in a way that decreases any compromise to the signal transmission ability of the product. This clamp is also important as it supports the weight of the cable and sets the line tension as it relieves the physical tension on the attachment points like a juncture through a pole or a building.
How does the drop wire clamp work?
The body of the drop wire clamp is held in one hand and the complete winding of an isolated messenger wire is doable with another hand. For instance, the body is able to be held in the other hand with the thumb on a second side wall as well as the other fingers that are on the first side wall.
What accessories are used with the drop wire clamp?
A drop wire clamp can be used with several accessories including fiber wall socket, a junction box, cable clamps, draw hooks, cable glands, cable wiring duct, cable clips, cable wall bushings, nail clips, and tail duct. In some cases, some drop wire clamps also come with an apparatus that is used to hold a double-stranded cable that involves a support strand as well as a strand that carries signals.