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Easy Guide for Installation of Flexi System External OVP (FSES

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Flexi System External OVP (FSES) Product Overview

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Line – Ground) < 1000 V (at In.Flexi System External OVP (FSES) Description Flexi System External OVP (FSES) protects Flexi BTS modules against surge pulses in power feeding lines between System Module and RF Module. Soc Classification level 3 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.e.e. 8 / 20 µs). Protection level UP (common i. Protection level UP (differential i.1 / 12-July-2010 . FSES gives Class II (C. Line – Line) < 500 V (at In. 8 / 20 µs). T2) protection for both common and differential mode disturbance for DC power feed between System Module and RF Module.

1 / 12-July-2010 .FSES Installation on the side 3U casing Flexi Modules Soc Classification level 4 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.

FSES Delivery Contents The Flexi System External OVP (FSES) delivery contains the following items: Flexi System External OVP (FSES) with a pre-installed power output and grounding cable. Plastic bag containing M5x8 screws (6150279) for fixing the FSES to a 3U casing. Soc Classification level 5 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 .

FSES Electrical Interfaces Soc Classification level 6 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 .

Flexi System External OVP (FSES) Installation Process onto a 3U casing Soc Classification level 7 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 .

STEP 1: Check the Delivery with Delivery Contents for FSES in Packing List/SDR. Do not open the FSES. Soc Classification level 8 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 . the warranty is void. If opened.

STEP 2: Make sure the 3U cable entries have been installed.1 / 12-July-2010 . Soc Classification level 9 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.

Soc Classification level 10 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 . you can connect the cabling first and then install the FSES ready-cabled.STEP 3: Install the FSES onto the module casing as shown in the below figure and fix with two screws. Alternatively.2.5 Nm.0 . Tighten the screws to 2.

1 / 12-July-2010 .STEP 4: Connect the pre-installed grounding cable (994815) to the plinth. Soc Classification level 11 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.

Soc Classification level 12 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 .STEP 5: Remove the FSES IP boot.

1 / 12-July-2010 . strip it for a length of about 10 cm (4 in) and wrap tape around the exposed wires in order not to break the IP boot.STEP 6: When thick DC feeder cable is present. A thin DC feeder cable can be first inserted into the IP boot and then stripped and connected to the screw terminal. Soc Classification level 13 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.

Hold the IP boot by the rigid part and twist the end so that it comes off.STEP 7: Insert the taped end of the DC feeder cable to the IP boot.1 / 12-July-2010 . Soc Classification level 14 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0. When using a thick cable. the narrow end of the IP boot can be removed.

Soc Classification level 15 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 .STEP 8: Remove the tape.

connect the shielding to the terminal marked with GND.Note that the FSES grounding cable has to be connected to the plinth. Pay attention to the markings (V48N (-). V48RTN (+) and GND) on the FSES lid toensure correct polarity. Soc Classification level 16 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.STEP 9: Connect the wires to the screw terminal. If you have a shielded DC cable.1 / 12-July-2010 .

1 / 12-July-2010 .STEP 10: Fix the IP boot in place and fix the screw. Bend the IP boot to the side to make it easier to fix the screw. Soc Classification level 17 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.

Soc Classification level 18 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 .STEP 11: Fix the DC feeder cable to the cable entry with a cable tie.

STEP 12: Depending on cable routing.1 / 12-July-2010 . fix the DC power cable and grounding cable to the cable entry with a cable tie. It is recommended that the DC power cable is routed down. Soc Classification level 19 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.

0 mA Soc Classification level 20 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.0.5 mm2 • Maximum currect 1.1 / 12-July-2010 . connect the alarm cable following the steps in next slides Alarm output is Normally Open type.STEP 13: If applicable. Use an alarm cable that meets the following requirements: • Minimum wire size 0.0 mm2 • Round cable outer jacket diameter must be 8.5 mm2 • Maximum wire size 2.3 +/. An alarm cable is not included in the FSES delivery.

Remove the alarm port IP boot.Alarm Cable Installation process A. Soc Classification level 21 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 .

Alarm Cable Installation process (Cont…) B. Soc Classification level 22 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 . Remove the IP plug from the IP boot.

Insert the alarm cable to the IP boot.1 / 12-July-2010 .Alarm Cable Installation process (Cont…) C. Soc Classification level 23 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.

O.Alarm Cable Installation process (Cont…) D. and Common terminals. Connect the wires to the N.1 / 12-July-2010 . Soc Classification level 24 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.

Soc Classification level 25 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 . Fix the IP boot in place.Alarm Cable Installation process (Cont…) E.

Soc Classification level 26 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.1 / 12-July-2010 .Alarm Cable Installation process (Cont…) F. Connect the other end of the alarm cable either to the EAC port on the System Module front panel or to Flexi System External Alarm (FSEB).

STEP 14: Connect the ready-installed DC cable as required by your configuration: • System Module front panel: RF1/2/3 output port.1 / 12-July-2010 . Soc Classification level 27 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0. • RF Module front panel: DC in port. Make sure that the IP boot is installed properly on the System Module or RF Module front panel.

install another FSES on top of the first one. Soc Classification level 28 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0. Repeat steps 3 to 13. The maximum number of FSES in a stack is two.STEP 15: If applicable.1 / 12-July-2010 .

1 / 12-July-2010 .Thank You Soc Classification level 29 © Nokia Siemens Networks Abhijit Roy\Ver 0.