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Csplice

If you've ever made a splice layout cheat sheet you may find this app handy

If you've ever made a splice layout cheat sheet you may find this app handy

Csplice

by Grant Thompson
Csplice
Csplice
Csplice

What is it about?

If you've ever made a splice layout cheat sheet you may find this app handy.

Csplice

App Details

Version
1.05
Rating
NA
Size
2Mb
Genre
Utilities
Last updated
June 28, 2021
Release date
April 3, 2021
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App Store Description

If you've ever made a splice layout cheat sheet you may find this app handy.

Quickly enter cable counts using the cable Id picker. Set your cable grouping configurations and click the gold Csplice button to have the app compare the relationship of all entered cable counts. The app will then break down counts into your entered grouping configuration and display a colored cable block next to counts to show which cable to look for its matching count to splice to.

New feature: Printable splice layouts! Run the Csplice app as usual. Then click the "Document" button on the tool bar. Use your devices "Files" app and navigate to "On My iPhone" > "Csplice" folder > Csplice.pdf file and share the pdf file by email to a printer connected computer.

Printing out splices are great for large splice layouts and working in wet/dirty environments where you don't want to expose your phone or run down your battery!

This app shall be used only as a handy secondary reference tool as we know there are mistakes made in the field and incorrect records that always need to be taken into account. Use of a tone source as a primary identifier will always be more accurate.

Csplice works with either fiber optic or copper pair cable counts.

Csplice works with the latest versions of my "Fiber Optic Color Code" and "25 Pair Color Code" apps as well.



Opening Screen:
Enter a short name/description of splice and click green "+" button.

Then select your newly named splice button to begin entering cable counts.

App saves up to 10 splices, when an 11th splice is entered the bottom splice in the list is deleted.

Clicking the red "-" button deletes selected splice with confirmation.



Csplice screen:
Enter your cable counts into any of the cable inputs (10 cable counts max).

Set your group type configurations in the upper input boxes.

example of group types:(not limited to)
6 , 8, 12, 12-1, 25, 25-1, 144-12, 288-12, 600-25, 100-25, 100-25+, 2400-100-25

Clicking the "Say It" button reads back counts to user to verify correct count entry.

Click the round gold colored Csplice button at the bottom right corner of the screen. This will put the app into Csplice mode which displays a colored block to show cable count relations between the groups pairs/fibers of all entered counts.

When a cable has been "Parsed" the app user can overwrite the "Cable Size = ###" box text with their own short note. example: "48F West" "600pr North" etc...

After clicking the Csplice button an empty check box is activated in the top left corner of each cable count. Checking a cable count check box will filter out all unrelated groups and displays only all other related cables with their related group counts.

If a groups pairs have non-matching counts they are preserved in the group to keep fiber/pair counting integrity.

To edit a cable count after clicking gold round button. Uncheck any filtered cable and click any clear button 2x. Beware that 3rd click of the clear button clears the cable count.

Click on the "CC" button to have the app open either my Fiber Optic Color Code or 25 Pair Color Code app , depending on group type configuration, with the count automatically put into the opened app. If user doesn't have either app installed App Store will open to purchase / install it.

This app works with the splice://icc? url scheme with the optional parameters of name, cab1, cab2, cab3, cab4, cab5, cab6, cab7, cab8, cab9, cab10

This url scheme can be used by other applications (email, web page or app) to open this app with the parameters used to fill in the data automatically of a splice.

example:
splice://icc?name=Test%20splice&cab1=1234N,1-864&cab2=1234N,289-432%0AA,1-24%0A1234N,1-120&cab3=B,1-8%0A1234N,631-632%0AB,11-24%0A1234N,121-144

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