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OPF OEM Instuctions

DATE:2023-01-05   VISITS:148

OPF OEM INSTRUCTIONS

OPF OEM: This article is an introduction of what Original Equipment Manufacturer means to our customers, with examples and further explain on OEM.

We will do the first sample print and confirm with you if the company name shows on the ADSS and ASU and Drop drum is good for you 

1. On Fiber cable, please indicate cable print on every meter:

For ADSS G652D  48 CORE SPAN 80, 4 KM/DRUM*2, we can do print on cable as below showcased:

COMAPNY NAME OPTICAL FIBER CABLE ADSS 80M SPAN 48 CORES G652D PE 2022 0001M

For ADSS G652D  24 CORE SPAN 120, 4 KM/DRUM*4, we can do print on cable as below showcased:

COMAPNY NAME OPTICAL FIBER CABLE ADSS 120M SPAN 24 CORES G652D PE 2022 0001M

For ASU G652D  12 CORE SPAN 80, 4 KM/DRUM*60, we can do print on cable as below showcased:

COMAPNY NAME OPTICAL FIBER CABLE ASU 80M SPAN 12 CORE G652D PE 2022 0001M

For FTTH GJYXCH G657A1  2 CORE, 2 KM/DRUM*250, we can do print on cable as below showcased:

COMAPNY NAME FTTH DROP CABLE GJYXCH  2 CORE  G657A1 LSZH 2022 0001M

2. CABLE DRUM PRINT EFFECT PICTURE FOR REFERENCE ONLY

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1. LOGO ON CARTON BOX & OTHER ADDITIONAL INFO

A. Each drum of the drop cable will be packed in carton. And Test Report will be with cable drum. Please let us know if there is any printing requirement on the carton. As usual, regular packing list information will be on each carton.

Below is the picture for reference only. Check pic 1 and pic 2.  

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A. Other products of pigtail, connector, patch cord, terminal box etc. will be packed in carton. You can let us know if you want any printing requirement on the carton. As usual, regular packing list information will be on each carton. Hardware will be packed in wooden box.

Below is the picture for reference only. Check pic 3 and pic 4.

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1. If you have any further OEM requirement, please just add below.

 

Further introduction on OEM

The Benefits of OEM

When it comes to business, no matter how big or small, there is always a need for efficiency and effectiveness. When youre a company that provides services or products, your main goal is to be as efficient as possible. Moreover, you want to have your customers the best experience possible. Thats where original equipment manufacturers come in.

The OEM helps the company save you money and time by dealing with production and product registration. While also making sure they meet all the standard requirements for the particular industry they are producing in.

What Does OEM Mean and How Does It Work?

OEM, or original equipment manufacturer, is a term heard most often within two industries: automotive and IT. Initially, it was associated with a company that manufactured a product which was then resold or rebranded by another company. However, the meaning of this term has evolved over time, and today it refers to different things. For instance, OEM can reference a company that manufactures the actual components used by another company to build a whole system. In other instances, the company rebrands another company’s products and sells them to end-users.

OEM is also associated with the software industry. When PC-manufacturing companies such as Dell and HP build a PC, they provide the operating system (OS) to the end-user. This OS is not developed by the hardware company but is actually a product of another company, Microsoft. In this case, Microsoft is called the OEM, while the PC is sold as a Dell or HP.

What Is an Example of an OEM?

In the computer world, this generally refers to a company that makes parts and components for computers. They may also make complete PCs and laptops to be sold under another brand name.

Does OEM Mean Fake?

No, OEM simply means getting quality products from a company that can do bulk production for you promptly, meeting all market and quality standards.

How is an OEM Product Built, Partnered, and Resold?

Before delivering a solution to end-users, companies figure out the best way to serve customers’ needs. They evaluate several options such as whether to buy, manufacture, build, or partner with someone to design the solution. By partnering with OEMs, an organization can minimize the investment in manufacturing and reduce production and material costs while gaining expertise in product design as well as a shorter product life cycle. While concentrating on their core competency, organizations can still build products using best-of-breed components.

OEMs do nothing extra to the product, and some only brand a product with their logo. Other OEMs only supply components and do not sell anything under their brand. However, many companies do both. You can purchase these products from the company directly as well.

The Differences Between OEM and ODM  

ODM is the acronym for ‘Original Design Manufacturer’. While ODMs do manufacture equipment, they rely on product specifications or designs coming from another company.  

An OEM is free to produce equipment based on its own specification and designs, and the manufacturing equipment bears the brand name and logo of the OEM. On the other hand, ODMs must follow the design specified by the company that has outsourced manufacturing to the ODM. The manufactured equipment bears the brand name and logo of the outsourcing company instead of the ODM. The main advantage of ODMs is the low cost of production associated with outsourcing. 

OEM in Hardware

In the hardware industry, the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) usually refers to a company that builds a product designed for end-users, like a PC, laptop, or printer. Apple, HP, Dell, Canon, and Brother are all examples of original equipment manufacturers.

OEM hardware, on the other hand, is the term for parts that make up the products mentioned above. This includes processors, fans, motherboards, memory chips, hard drives, and much more. Companies who build these components usually sell them as OEM hardware to the OEMs.

Although processors, motherboards, and so on can also be sold to individuals as retail products, OEM hardware is generally cheaper than their retail counterparts. But there are some tradeoffs. OEM hardware rarely comes with customer support, has very short (if any) warranty periods, and usually lacks some parts needed to combine it with other components of whatever system you’re building. For example, DVD drives might lack cables or ribbons for connecting to the motherboard.

This is because OEM hardware is primarily designed for OEMs and those manufacturers are expected to add things like warranties, tech support, and other components when they build complete systems and sell them to end-users.

OEM in Software

An example of OEM in software is when manufacturers like HP, Dell, and Samsung purchase Windows as OEM software from Microsoft and then package it together with the PC or laptop they manufacture.

Companies that build other devices like printers, scanners, and digital cameras buy OEM software too. When you buy these devices, you’ll notice that they’re usually bundled with an accompanying application. That’s the OEM software.

Just like OEM hardware, some OEM software can be purchased as a standalone product—and as with OEM hardware, they’re usually much less expensive. But the downsides are also there. Often there’s no tech support or user manual. When you buy these OEM products, know that it’s going to be challenging once you encounter technical issues. Of course, if you really know what you’re doing, then that shouldn’t be a problem.

How Do OEM and Aftermarket Differ?

OEM is a company whose equipment, goods, or products are used in the products of other companies who sell the finished products to users. In the computer industry, OEM can be defined as a company that buys computing products, incorporates them into their products, or rebrands them into a new product for sale.

Aftermarket, on the other hand, is equipment, goods, or product made by another company that consumers can use as a replacement. It can hence be said that OEM and Aftermarket are the opposite of each other.

As an example, if a company ABC provides microcomputer chips to a computer manufacturer company DEF, then ABC is an OEM company. However, if ABC sells microcomputer chips similar to the ones manufactured by DEF, then ABC is an aftermarket company. Aftermarket products are usually cheaper and convenient to obtain.

What Is an OEM Partner?

An OEM partner is a company that manufactures products for another business. The manufacturer is the original equipment manufacturer because they manufacture the product for use in other brands. For example, an electronics company uses another company as an OEM partner to build their phones and computers while keeping in perspective the design and quality of the product.

Conclusion

When you are looking for ways to make your life easier, look no further than the benefits of outsourcing production. By finding an OEM factory, you can be sure that your products will meet deadlines and standards. With the help of OEM, companies can focus their energies on being innovative and bringing new products to market. This is a much better option than manufacturers creating items from scratch.




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