Fiber Optic Repair | Dallas-Fort Worth
 

Fiber Optic Installation & Repair | Dallas-Fort Worth

Fiber optic cables are the lifeblood of your business so when there is damage to the lines, you may lose access to the internet, your POS system, security and much more.  It is essential you have a company you can trust to get in quickly to diagnose and fix any lines and restore them so you can get back to business.

Possible Causes for Fiber Optic Cable Damage:

  • Extreme bending causing kinking cable or stretching in splice trays that causes pulling or stress on the wiring
  • Dust or debris on the cabling 
  • Cables that are too long causing a fiber optic span
  • Cutting or splicing the lines or connectors
  • Inclement weather including flooding or ice in poorly sealed splice closures, holes that have been dug or manholes
  • Ariel cable damage from construction, animals, vandalism or weather
  • Damage to patchcords or connectors during moves, additions or updates
  • Polarity mismatches or misconnections
  • Underground cable damage from construction dig-ups or directional boring.

Contact Politon for Your Fiber Optic Installation & Repair Needs

Whether your lines are damaged due to renovations, animals chewing on lines or any other factors, call 214-441-7173 or contact Politon online.  We'll come to your facility and diagnose the issue and get you a fair, honest quote for the repair.

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Crossroads, TX

We installed OM3 multi-mode fiber to two new cottages to bring internet connectivity as well as a connection to the networked fire panels. The customer was very pleased to add these two new buildings to their existing fiber ring around their campus. We essentially had to cut the existing ring and incorporate two new buildings into the ring by pulling fiber to them and back-feeding the connection from the far building to the return portion of the campus loop. All new fiber was certified and staged for their network administrator to come out and plug in his equipment.

Flower Mound, TX

Overture Flower Mound contacted us about problems with their Mircom TX3 card access system, which was coming up intermittently or not at all. When we assessed the situation, we discovered the fiber was singlemode but the patch cords and SFPs were multimode. After replacing the multimode patch cords and SFPs with singlemode, the system worked as expected.

Garland, TX

This was the third project that we have teamed up with Insane Impact which specializes in large event LED screen installations.Insane Impact needed a fiber connectionfrom their data cabinet in one building out to their large wave pool LEDdisplay. We ended up installing an outdoor rated 10G multi-mode fiber optic cable approximately 650' underground to their remote network cabinet that connected to their wave pool LED screen. The main challenge was it was an extremely windy day and terminating fiber outside in the wind can be challenging. We tested and certified all six strands and were able to email our project contact the results for their keeping. We used an Owl F7X fiber power meter to document the signal loss for each strand.

Plano, TX

Munoz Technology Solutions in Plano, Texas, was moving a customer into a new location where fiber cables needed to be terminated. We terminated all the fibers in rack mounted fiber trays and then tested the fibers to ensure they were working properly.

Dallas, TX

The solution we provided was a two-strand single-mode fiber from their dmarc room to their network cabinet in the MDF closet. We installed LC connectors on both ends and certified the connection with our Owl Fiber Tester. The customer asked us after the fiber installation if we could assist him with moving them from their old internet service provider to their new one with our laptop and a hotspot. This allowed him to log in and make changes on their router without dropping the connection. The fiber installation went well and have already mentioned some future projects they would like us to help them with. To us, this is the ultimate complement.

Denton, TX

We have worked several tickets very similar to this one for our customer. They have Invisalign fiber installed on the surface of their walls. This was a fiber retrofit method after the apartments had been built. It's a great product for this solution but the downside is if you run the fiber down the baseboard every time a tenant bumps the baseboard with the foot of their bed they can possibly damage the fiber. Students moving in and out and bumping the walls is the main issue with this fiber. To troubleshoot and fix the fiber is relatively easy. We typically start by attaching our VFL (visual fault indicator) aka laser to the head end of the fiber at the ONT and look for a light terminating from a break. I have included a few pictures of this here as well. Once the break is located it's just a matter of using your fusion splicer to splice on a new piece of fiber and then test again. With years of experience and some very expensive tools, it is relatively easy to repair fiber in multi-family housing.

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