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Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual

April 2002

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Contents CHAPTER 2 Unpacking and Storage 2-1 Equipment Verification 2-1 Preliminary Inventory Check Damage Reporting 2-3 Site Verification 2-3 2-3 Unpacking 2-5 Unpacking Tips 2-5 Unpacking ONS 15801 System Racks 2-5 Unpacking ONS 15801 System Subracks 2-7 Unpacking ONS 15801 System Air Ducts 2-7 Unpacking ONS 15801 System Modules 2-7 Unpacking Cable Kits 2-8 Storage 2-8 2-8 Equipment Handling 3 CHAPTER Installation 3-1 3-2 General Installation Guide Installation Planning 3-3 ONS 15801 System Common Platforms 3-3 Standard System Configurations 3-5 Required Items 3-5 Grounding Requirements 3-6 Grounding Requirements 3-6 ONS 15801 System Equipment Rack 3-7 Installation Procedures 3-9 Preparing Racks for Installation 3-9 Rack Installation on Concrete Flooring 3-10 Rack Installation on Raised Computer Flooring OSR-WE Subrack Installation 3-16 OSRE-DCU Subrack Installation 3-18 Air Duct Installation 3-18 Air Duct Installation in Subrack 3-19 Air Duct Top Installation 3-20 Protective Earth Connection 3-20 Rack Earth Connection 3-21 Subrack Earth Connection 3-21 Bay Power Installation 3-22 Sub-Rack Power Installation 3-24 Ethernet Cabling 3-25 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-13 iv 78-12898-04 .

CBUSB Connector Cabling CMPBUS Connector Cabling 6-6 D-IN Connector Cabling 6-7 D-OUT Connector Cabling 6-7 F1P1 Connector Cabling 6-8 F1P2 Connector Cabling 6-9 GPBUS Connector Cabling 6-10 IOCBUS Connector Cabling 6-12 LSMBUS Connector Cabling 6-13 OP-I/O Connector Cabling 6-14 QA Connector Cabling 6-15 RMA Connector Cabling 6-16 X.25 Connector Cabling 6-16 PC–to–ONS 15801 System Connection Subrack Connector and Cabling Functions 6-5 6-17 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 v .Contents Control Bus Intershelf Cabling 3-25 Control Bus Interbay Cabling 3-26 Multiplexer and Combiner Module Installation SCF and BAT Module Installation 3-29 SCF Module Installation 3-30 BAT Module Installation 3-31 Cable Lacing and Dressing Door Assembly 4 3-32 3-32 3-27 CHAPTER Setup 4-1 4-1 Subrack Address (SRADD) Switch Settings System Installation 5 4-3 CHAPTER Test 5-1 5-1 Input Voltage Installation Check Procedure System Installation 6 5-5 CHAPTER Connectors and Cabling 6-1 6-1 6-1 Power Distribution Panel Connections Station Cabling 6-3 A-IN Connector Cabling 6-3 ALM Connector Cabling 6-3 CBUSA.

Contents Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual vi 78-12898-04 .

F I G U R E S Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 Figure 7 Figure 8 Figure 9 Figure 2-1 Figure 2-2 Figure 2-3 Figure 3-1 Figure 3-2 Figure 3-3 Figure 3-4 Figure 3-5 Figure 3-6 Figure 3-7 Figure 3-8 Figure 3-9 Figure 3-10 Figure 3-11 Figure 3-12 Figure 3-13 Figure 3-14 Figure 3-15 Figure 3-16 Figure 3-17 Figure 3-18 Figure 4-1 Cisco ONS 15800/15801 System Startup Warning Sample Laser-Controlled Area Warning Sign Electrical Energy Hazard Symbol Attention Symbol xv xv xiv xiii Danger Label on Front and Back Doors of Cisco ONS 15800 Subracks Danger Label on Front and Back Doors of Cisco ONS 15801 Subracks ONS 15800 System Backplane Safety Label ONS 15801 System Backplane Safety Label Backplane Aperture Laser Safety Label Example of Shipping Label—Front Example of Shipping Label—Top 2-1 2-2 2-6 xvii xvi xvi xv xvi ONS 15801 System Equipment Rack Unpacking Typical ONS 15801 System Equipment Rack OSRE-DCU Subrack 3-5 3-2 ONS 15801 System Common Platform (OSR-WE Subrack) ONS 15801 System Equipment Rack Dimensions Rack Footprint 3-11 3-12 3-8 3-10 3-4 Rack Mounted with Plywood Stabilizers for Shipping Fiber Channel Installation Unistrut Placement 3-14 Side Detail of Hanger Rod Installation in Raised Computer Floor Interbay Optical Fiber Routing Air Duct Insertion in Subrack Shelf Power Connection to PDP CBUS Backplane Interconnections Interbay CBUS Cabling 3-27 3-28 3-30 3-31 3-17 3-19 3-15 Possible Configurations of Air Ducts 3-20 3-24 3-26 Multiplexer/Combiner Module Installation BAT Module. and Fan Tray Locations SRADD Switch 4-2 SCF Module—OSR-WE Subrack DIP Switch Configuration Cisco ONS 15800 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 vii . SCF Module.

Figures Figure 4-2 Figure 5-1 Figure 5-2 Figure 5-3 Figure 6-1 Figure 6-2 Figure 6-3 Figure 6-4 Subrack Address Switch Settings BAT Module Front Panel Shelf Power Connections SCF Module Front Panel ALM Connector Cabling 5-2 5-3 5-4 4-2 ONS 15801 System OSR-WE Backplane 6-5 6-2 PC Connection to an OSR-WE Subrack 6-18 6-19 PC RS-232 (9-pin–to–25-pin) Connector Cable Cisco ONS 15800 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual viii 78-12898-04 .

T A B L E S Table 2-1 Table 2-2 Table 2-3 Table 2-4 Table 3-1 Table 3-2 Table 4-1 Table 6-1 Table 6-2 Table 6-3 Table 6-4 Table 6-5 Table 6-6 Table 6-7 Table 6-8 Table 6-9 Table 6-10 Table 6-11 Table 6-12 Table 6-13 Table 6-14 Table 6-15 Table 6-16 Table 6-17 Table 6-18 Table 6-19 Shipping Label Field and Bar Code Descriptions Floor-Loading Requirements by Site Type Required Equipment Access Clearance Grounding Connections 3-22 4-2 6-1 6-2 6-2 2-4 2-2 Power Consumption Requirements by Site Type 2-4 3-9 2-4 Installation Procedures and Paragraph Links Subrack Address Switch Settings Power Distribution Panel Connections Shelf-Specific Backplane Connectors Module-Specific Backplane Connectors A-IN Connector Signal Functions ALM Connector Signal Functions 6-3 6-4 CBUSA and CBUSB Connector Signal Functions CMPBUS Connector Signal Functions D-IN Connector Signal Functions D-OUT Connector Signal Functions F1P1 Connector Signal Functions F1P2 Connector Signal Functions GPBUS Connector Signal Functions Slot Number to Address Number IOCBUS Connector Signal Functions LSMBUS Connector Signal Functions OP-I/O Connector Signal Functions RMA Connector Signal Functions X.25 Connector Signal Functions 6-16 6-17 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-11 6-12 6-13 6-14 6-15 6-6 6-6 ONS 15801 System–to–F (PC) Connector Signal Functions 6-19 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 ix .

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This knowledge is imperative for personnel working with or near equipment with voltage levels capable of causing injury or death. Be familiar with modern methods of resuscitation. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 xi . practices. These are recommended precautions that personnel must understand and apply during installation. and use of the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system. The Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system power must be supplied by a power supply system with reinforced insulation. and connection practices. This information can be obtained from the Red Cross or its local equivalent. testing. General Safety Precautions The following general safety precautions are not related to any specific procedures and do not appear elsewhere in this publication. Electrical Safety Precautions The following electrical safety precautions.Preface This section provides the following information: • • • • • Safety Summary—Safety precautions and safety labeling for the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system Conventions—Writing conventions used throughout the documentation InfoSet Documentation InfoSet Structure—Description of the documents contained in the InfoSet Obtaining Documentation—Information on how to obtain product documentation Obtaining Technical Assistance—Information on how to obtain technical assistance Safety Summary This section covers safety considerations to ensure safe operation of the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system. and warnings for the system equipment. wiring. Personnel should not perform any procedures in this manual unless they understand all safety precautions. procedures. • • Know and understand electrical safety. and rules are required when working on the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system: • • The Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system must be connected to a power supply that never exceeds voltage limits.

This precaution includes using the optical loss test set and the optical time domain reflectometer equipment. a pigtail.Preface Safety Summary • The Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system must be installed and used in a controlled access location. Handle glass fiber with care. LGS Goggle. LGW wraparound. and rules are required when working on the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system: • • • • • • Terminate all fiber outputs properly before connecting fiber inputs. Permanent equipment damage can result from using broken fiber. trained personnel during installation and service. Disconnect the fiber input connector before disconnecting the fiber output connector. Limit personnel having access to light-wave transmission systems. Personnel cannot see the laser light being emitted by a fiber. All doors must be closed and locked when the equipment is switched ON. If module removal is necessary. Cisco laser equipment functions in the 1550-nm window. Consider the immediate service area to be a temporary laser-controlled area. • • • • • • Optical Safety Precautions The following optical safety precautions. The power supply line fuse must be removed before disconnecting the earth ground for maintenance or installation purposes. Do not touch anything inside the subrack or introduce anything into the subrack (except modules) when it is turned ON. Observe this precaution. Access must be limited to service personnel and users that have been instructed about the reasons for the controlled access and any precautions that must be taken. These personnel are to be authorized and properly trained if access to laser emission is required. Exclude all unauthorized personnel from the immediate laser radiation area during service and installation when there is a possibility that the system may become energized. Use appropriate eye protection during fiber optic system installation or maintenance whenever there is potential for laser exposure. It is subject to breakage if mishandled. Eye protection must meet a wavelength specification of 800 to 1800 nm and have an optical density greater than two. whether warning labels have or have not been posted. • • • Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual xii 78-12898-04 . Protective glasses such as the Laser-Gard Green CO2 (LGE Spectacle. appropriate to the class of equipment. or a bulkhead connector. or LGF Full-View) or an equivalent type of covering equipment is recommended. Limit the use of laser test equipment to authorized. Touching electrical connectors or other exposed electrical circuitry inside the system subracks can cause injury to personnel. All Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system electrical interfaces are intended to be connected to local devices. Protect skin from exposed glass fiber. as recommended by health and safety procedures. procedures. which is considered invisible radiation. Ensure that the fiber output is safely terminated before reconnecting the fiber input. The power supply line fuse must be removed before wiring. replace the empty slot with a blank panel immediately. devices in the same room or in the same building as the ONS 15800/15801 system (not in unprotected environments). that is. It can penetrate the skin. A disconnection device (fuse) must be present on the power supply line.

the automatic laser shutdown feature activates. In accordance with safety rules. avoid using an optical power level capable of causing any potential hazard until the line disruption has been eliminated. Optical power increases to the maximum only if the line continuity is verified from the system interlocking procedure. The safety override operates at a reduced power level for installation and maintenance. a dialog box like the one in Figure 1 appears with warning messages about laser radiation. the system is considered safe. such as after an automatic laser shutdown. A software code is required to turn on the laser in the manual startup procedure. the optical system signal can be manually restarted. Protections against accidental exposure to dangerous optical radiation during the startup procedure include: • • • • The required startup software code The interlocks provided by optical connectors The automatic laser shutdown feature Proper training for personnel with access to restricted locations Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 64278 xiii . Once the system reaches the output power shutdown condition triggered by the automatic laser shutdown. An optical safety circuit reduces optical power to a safer level in the direction toward the fiber break.Preface Safety Summary Laser Safety Features When a fiber break or cut occurs in the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system. At the Class I level. Figure 1 Cisco ONS 15800/15801 System Startup Warning COMMAND EXECUTION WILL ACTIVATE LASER RADIATION AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM Execute Cancel When the system is manually restarted after broken fiber is repaired: • • • The manual startup turns the units on in a reduced class (I or IIIa). Caution When restarting the system manually. The output power must be maintained under the Class IIIa upper limit. This optical power is reduced to a Class I hazard within one second of break detection.

store. Since the service area is a temporary laser-controlled area. Use a grounded wrist strap (or equivalent equipment) while working with ESD-sensitive devices. Protective eyeglasses must be worn in this area.Preface Safety Summary ESD Precautions Some Cisco ONS 15800/15801 components are classified as Class 0 ESD-sensitive devices. The symbol for a laser hazard is to be prominently displayed at the top of this sign. Follow these rules when handling ESD-sensitive devices: • • • Assume that all solid-state electronic devices are ESD-sensitive. All warning labels must be read and understood by personnel before working with the equipment. Figure 2 Sample Laser-Controlled Area Warning Sign Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual xiv 64283 Controlled Laser Area Access by unauthorized staff is not permitted. in accordance with IEC 60825. Safety Symbols and Labels Cisco ONS 15800/15801 equipment is clearly labeled with warnings about the equipment radiation level. Area Warning Sign Signs explaining the existence of a potential laser hazard should be posted prominently at the entrance to the service area and in the vicinity of the installation area where laser-furnished fiber optic equipment is installed. Transport. and handle ESD-sensitive devices in static-safe environments. The warning labels differ for these transmission speeds and power levels. 78-12898-04 . Cisco ONS 15800/15801 systems transmitting 10-Gbps channels operate with higher optical power than systems transmitting 2.5-Gbps channels. A sample sign is illustrated in Figure 2. these signs should signal that access is limited to authorized personnel.

10 WARNING FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS OF TECHNICAL MANUAL DO NOT DISCONNECT OUTPUT WHEN LASER IS ON DO NOT SWITCH ON LASER UNLESS OUTPUT IS CONNECTED 64287 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 268 xv . when power supply cables are disconnected. Figure 4 Attention Symbol Front and Back Door Safety Labels The doors of the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system subracks are labeled with laser radiation warnings. and when a module is removed and replaced. Figure 3 Electrical Energy Hazard Symbol The attention symbol label alerts personnel to exercise caution while working on the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system. The potential for electrical hazards exists when equipment doors are open. Figure 5 Danger Label on Front and Back Doors of Cisco ONS 15800 Subracks 64288 INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM Maximum output power 50 mW Wavelength range 1280-1605 nm CLASS IIIb LASER PRODUCT Avoid exposure . The front and back doors of subracks have danger labels similar to the ones shown in Figures 5 and 6.Preface Safety Summary Electrical Safety Labels The Cisco ONS 15800/15801 equipment is labeled with hazard symbols to alert personnel to electrical hazards.invisible laser radiation is emitted from optical connectors This product conforms to all applicable standards under 21 CFR 1040. The electrical energy hazard symbol alerts personnel to electrical hazards within the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 system equipment. the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 equipment is labeled with attention symbols to alert personnel to potential hazards. The attention symbol is illustrated in Figure 4. The electrical energy hazard symbol is illustrated in Figure 3. Additionally.

Figure 7 ONS 15800 System Backplane Safety Label Avoid exposure .Preface Safety Summary Figure 6 Danger Label on Front and Back Doors of Cisco ONS 15801 Subracks Subrack Safety Labels The backplanes of the Cisco ONS 15800/15801 subracks are also labeled to warn against exposure to laser radiation. The backplanes have danger labels similar to the ones shown in Figures 7 and 8.10 INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM Maximum output power 50 mW Wavelength range 1280-1605 nm CLASS IIIb LASER PRODUCT Figure 8 ONS 15801 System Backplane Safety Label INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM OR VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS HAZARD LEVEL 3A Maximum output power 50 mW .Wavelength range 1460-1605 nm This product has been labeled in accordance with IEC publication 60825-2 1995 WARNING 64286 DO NOT DISCONNECT OUTPUT WHEN LASER IS ON DO NOT SWITCH ON LASER UNLESS OUTPUT IS CONNECTED Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual xvi 64276 WARNING FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS OF TECHNICAL MANUAL DO NOT DISCONNECT OUTPUT WHEN LASER IS ON DO NOT SWITCH ON LASER UNLESS OUTPUT IS CONNECTED 64285 78-12898-04 .invisible laser radiation is emitted from optical connectors This product conforms to all applicable standards under 21 CFR 1040.

Figure 9 Backplane Aperture Laser Safety Label AVOID EXPOSURE 64277 INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION EMITTED FROM THIS APERTURE Module Safety Labels The Cisco ONS 15800/15801 modules are individually labeled with safety warnings.Preface Safety Summary The label illustrated in Figure 9 is placed on the backplane near ports with a laser radiation hazard. The labels differ according to the following factors: • • • • • Type of hazard (such as laser radiation) Module wavelength range Laser class (if applicable) Applicable safety standard citation Module maximum output power Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 xvii .

Examples of information displayed on the screen. Command input that is supplied by the user. where hold down the Control key while pressing the D key. Caution Means reader be careful. In this situation. {x|x|x} Ctrl screen font boldface screen font < > Warning Means danger. A choice of keywords (represented by x) appears in braces separated by vertical bars. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual xviii 78-12898-04 .Preface Conventions Conventions This publication uses the following conventions: Convention boldface italic [ ] Application Commands and keywords. Keywords or arguments that appear within square brackets are optional. Before working on any equipment. Notes contain helpful suggestions or references to material not covered in the manual. Ctrl + D is written. Examples of information that the user must enter. the user might do something that could result in equipment damage or loss of data. The user is in a situation that could cause bodily injury. Command parameters that must be replaced by module-specific codes. For example. The user must select one. be aware of the hazards involved with electrical circuitry and optical lasers and be familiar with standard practices for preventing accidents. The control key. Note Means reader take note.

supervision tools. Each handbook also provides installation. and craft terminal software associated with the system. Also includes safety. and reporting on the system. Message Manual—Provides a reference guide for software commands and responses between software and firmware during setup. and testing standard hardware and software components within a system. Software Installation Manuals—Each manual provides installation and removal information for a specific software application. equipment and site verification. equipment and site verification. System Technical Specifications—Summarizes system-level and module-level technical specifications. engineering specifications. technical specifications. maintenance. performance. and system performance. removal. engineering. polling. Module Handbooks—Each handbook provides functional descriptions. including supervision. and management of a software product at a system administrator access level. and Test Manuals—Provides procedures for installing. Software Administrator Manuals—Each manual describes the operation. analog and digital alarm threshold settings. administration. system-level technical specifications. security implementation. Setup. Installation. • • • • • • • • Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 xix . Also includes safety. and system relationship information for a single hardware module. power and grounding. setting up. unpacking and storage. and configuration procedures associated with the module. and post-installation procedures. System Configuration Manuals—Descriptions and detailed illustrations of standard system configurations.Preface Documentation InfoSet Structure Documentation InfoSet Structure Cisco Optical Networking System 15800 and 15801 Series DWDM Documentation InfoSet contains the following manual types: • System Descriptions—Provides an overview of operation. and post-installation procedures. Common Platform Installation Manuals—Provides procedures for installing and configuring components common to all systems. power and grounding. unpacking and storage.

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“Introduction. its structure.Dispersion Compensating Unit (OSRE-DCU). “Test. • • • Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 1-1 . Note The safety information in the “Safety Summary” must be read and understood by all personnel who work on the ONS 15801 system. This manual also covers the Optical Subrack .”provides instructions for verifying that the proper equipment has been received and that the site is prepared for equipment installation. Chapter 4.” covers test procedures. “Unpacking and Storage. Instructions for unpacking.” covers the purpose of this publication. and storage are included. handling. storage. and where to get help from Cisco Customer Service. Information regarding safety. and handling is also included. Purpose of This Publication This manual provides installation and test procedures for the ONS 15801 system subracks and modules common to all ONS 15801 systems. Chapter 2.” covers site setups. unpacking. this chapter lists the standards and manuals that are referred to in this publication. This publication is intended for the following personnel: • • • Installation technicians Maintenance technicians Repair technicians Manual Structure This manual is divided into the following six chapters: • • Chapter 1.C H A P T E R 1 Introduction This chapter describes the purpose and structure of the ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual. standards referred to in the publication. Additionally. “Installation. “Setup.ETSI (OSR-WE) and the Optical Subrack ETSI .”covers installation planning and specific installation procedures for the optical subrack and common modules. Chapter 3. Chapter 5.

” covers electrical connectors. Setup. construction.315 ANSI Z.6 ETR 126 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 1-2 78-12898-04 .105. References ONS 15801 system design. and Test Manual Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Configuration Manual Cisco ONS 15801 system module handbooks Optical Connector Cleaning Procedures Return Material Authorization and Fault Symptom Report Related Standards References About Wavelength Division Multiplexing The following standards relate to DWDM and the ONS 15801 system but are not directly cited in this manual: • • • • • • • • • ANSI T1.03 ANSI T1. Applicable Standards This manual contains references to the following standards: • • EIA/TIA-232 IEC 60825-X Additional ONS 15801 System Information The following manuals provide more information about the ONS 15801 system: • • • • • • • Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Description Manual Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Technical Specifications Manual Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Installation. Standards related to wavelength division multiplexing (but not cited in this manual) are listed in the “Related Standards References About Wavelength Division Multiplexing” section.06 ANSI T1.Chapter 1 References Introduction • Chapter 6. and performance adhere to the standards in the “Applicable Standards” section. “Connectors and Cabling.136-X BT HRD4 EN 55022 EN 60825-X EN 61000-4-2. Additional ONS 15801 system references are listed in the “Additional ONS 15801 System Information” section.105.

Chapter 1 Introduction References • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ETS 300 019 ETS 300 119-1-4 ETS 300 132 ETS 300 232 ETS 300 253 ETS 300 386 ETS 300 462-3 ETS 300 493 ETS 300 671 ETS 300 672 ETS 300 746 ETS 300 781 FCC Part 15 Subpart A GR-253-CORE GR-326-CORE GR-947-CORE GR-1209-CORE GR-1377-CORE GR-2882-CORE GR-2883-CORE GR-2918-CORE GR-3112-CORE IEC 60478-X IEC 60874 IEC 61204 IEC 61280-2-4 IEC 61280-2-5 IEC 61290 IEC 61291 IEC 61292 IEC 61300-X-X ITU-T G.653 ITU-T G.654 ITU-T G.663 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 1-3 .652 ITU-T G.661 ITU-T G.655 ITU-T G.662 ITU-T G.

823 ITU-T G.784 ITU-T G. The ONS 15801 system must be connected to a power supply line circuit that is classified Safety Extra Low Voltages (SELV).824 ITU-T G.975 ITU-T M.707 ITU-T G.3010 ITU-T M.671 ITU-T G.681 ITU-T G.805 ITU-T G.842 ITU-T G.664 ITU-T G.958 ITU-T G. the following considerations must be followed: • • • The ONS 15801 system is to be mechanically fixed to the building structure and permanently connected to the power supply.826 ITU-T G.812 ITU-T Q.841 ITU-T G.3100 ITU-T Q. The ONS 15801 system is to be installed in an protected environment (indoors) and in a Restricted Access Area. therefore.822 ITU-T SG13-Opt-Arch TS 101 009 TS 101 010 Equipment Classification The equipment classification of the ONS 15801 system is Class III.821 ITU-T G.Chapter 1 Equipment Classification Introduction • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ITU-T G.692 ITU-T G. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 1-4 78-12898-04 .803 ITU-T G.811 ITU-T Q.957 ITU-T G.827 ITU-T G.691 ITU-T G.825 ITU-T G.

Chapter 1 Introduction Equipment Classification • • The Power Distribution Panel (PDP) power supply: –48 VDC. 27 A Sub-rack power supply: –48 VDC. 9 A Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 1-5 .

Chapter 1 Equipment Classification Introduction Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 1-6 78-12898-04 .

Figure 2-1 shows an example of the shipping label on the front of the shipping container. Procedures for verifying the correctness of shipped ONS 15801 system equipment at the site are addressed in the “Equipment Verification” section. Illustrations of shipping labels and guidelines for decoding them are included. both in bar-code format and alphanumeric format. ID: Field 6 PACKAGE WEIGHT: Field 4 (P) CUSTOMER PROD. The “Equipment Verification” section also addresses checking preliminary inventory and reporting damaged equipment. Tips and instructions for nondestructive unpacking are listed in the “Unpacking” section. ID: Bar Code 3 Field 7 Field 8 64279 Field 5 Bar Code 4 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 2-1 . Figure 2-1 (35) Example of Shipping Label—Front PKG. The storage of ONS 15801 system equipment is described in the “Storage” section. and unpacking of the ONS 15801 system. ID: Field 1 (Q) QUANTITY: Bar Code 1 SHIPPED FROM: Field 2 PACKAGE COUNT: Field 3 (K) Bar Code 2 TRANS. The “Site Verification” section provides guidelines for determining the suitability of a site for installation and lists the site requirements.C H A P T E R 2 Unpacking and Storage This chapter covers procedures to ensure correct verification. Table 2-1 describes the fields and bar codes for the label. provides site location information and identifies the specific item being shipped. The information on the labels. The handling of ONS 15801 system equipment is described in the “Equipment Handling” section. Equipment Verification Two labels are on the outside of the shipping container. handling.

or assigned to a field location. shipped. Figure 2-2 Example of Shipping Label—Top (P) PRODUCT ID: Bar Code 4 Field 5 Field 8 WCM-EM-N01 (Q) QUANTITY 64992528 Bar Code 2 Field 3 1 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 2-2 64264 78-12898-04 . It is smaller and has fewer fields than the shipping label on the front of the shipping container. Figure 2-2 shows an example of the shipping label on the top of the shipping container. Refer to Table 2-1 for a description of the field and bar codes in Figure 2-2.Chapter 2 Equipment Verification Unpacking and Storage Table 2-1 Shipping Label Field and Bar Code Descriptions Field Field 1 Field 2 Field 3 Field 4 Field 5 Field 6 Field 7 Field 8 Bar Code 1 Bar Code 2 Bar Code 3 Bar Code 4 Description Label serial number Name and address of recipient Number of units in the container Ship-to site identifier (not ship-to address) Human-interface equipment catalog item (HECI) code Number of packages in shipment Weight of package Name of item being shipped Label serial number Number of units in the container Ship-to site identifier (not ship-to address) HECI code Note Cisco shipments use Telcordia Common Language Equipment Identification (CLEI) HECI coding on all shipping labels. but it provides some of the same information. maintained. This label coding is used by the telecommunications industry when equipment is ordered.

The floor or mounting area where the equipment will be installed must be capable of supporting the equipment weight load. Site Verification Before beginning the installation. Power and grounding wire must be capable of handling the power requirements for the entire system. x 23. ensure that the intended site for the ONS 15801 system subracks meets minimum requirements. If there are any discrepancies between the shipping label information and the packing list information. Then plan the power cable runs from the PDP to the individual subracks. The packing list and shipping labels should contain the same information. Equipment racks in which the ONS 15801 system subracks are to be installed must be properly mounted according to the manufacturer's directions. Plan power cable runs from the battery distribution bay (BDB) to the power distribution panel(s) (PDP) located in the equipment racks. A maximum of three OSR-WE subracks will fit into an equipment rack.) equipment racks. • • • • • • • • • Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 2-3 . Subracks are designed to fit into standard 600-mm x 600-mm (23. In addition. and on to other subracks in the site. Determine wire size for power and ground wiring based on cable length and the National Installation standards (local engineering standards and practices). proceeding down along the right side of the equipment bay. Enter the subrack connector (located on the rear side of the backplane) through the right side of the equipment. Plan grounding cable runs from the ground window down along the right side of the rack and to the rear of the subracks. Damage Reporting The procedure and form for reporting damage to shipped articles is covered in the supplement Return Material Authorization and Fault Symptom Report. and on to the overhead cable transport tray.64 in. Plan to route the optical cables from the connectors located on the rear of the subrack backplane through the opening in the lower left side of each subrack.Chapter 2 Unpacking and Storage Equipment Verification Preliminary Inventory Check Compare the packing list information with the information provided on the shipping labels. This publication can be ordered from Customer Service. call Cisco Customer Service to verify the shipment. all equipment racks must be level to ensure proper installation and operation. Plan to route the alarm and orderwire cables from the rear of the upper-left side of the amplifier subrack. Refer to Table 2-2 for specific floor-loading requirements of each site type. up along the left side of the equipment rack. Plan to route the optical cables from the connectors located on the front of each module through the opening on the lower-left side of each subrack.64 in. These procedures assume that the front of the equipment racks face the aisle and that battery power and grounding cables enter from the top right. Proper installation of the subracks depends on the following items: • • The site must conform to all environmental specifications in the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Technical Specifications Manual.

The clearances are in Table 2-4./in2) 0.) 170 kg (374.364 lb.) Floor Loading Requirements 0.075 kg/cm2 (0. opening front shelf covers.065 kg/cm2 (0. Floor loading.05 kg/cm2 (0./in 2) 0.24 lb. and clearances may vary in customer-specific configurations. heat dissipation.5 Gb/s (M) 32 x 2.075 kg/cm2 (0./in2) 0. and clearing the top of the bay. (F) designates a “closed” configuration using WCM and RXT type F.) Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 2-4 78-12898-04 .24 lb. The minimum clearances must be provided for front and back access to bays.01 lb.74 cm (31 in. 42 lb. These requirements are in Table 2-3.28 lb.) 220 kg (485. Note The following tables are based on typical site configurations.74 cm (31 in.78 lb. The installation location must accommodate the heat dissipation requirements of each site type to be installed.364 lb.) 270 kg (595. power consumption./in2) 0. Table 2-4 Required Equipment Access Clearance Item Bay access needed for maintenance Back clearance to bays Clearance Required 78.) 220 kg (485.Chapter 2 Equipment Verification Unpacking and Storage • • • The installation location must meet the power requirements necessary for the site(s) to be installed.01 lb.42 lb.) 78.) 270 kg (595.28 lb. Dissipation (W) OADM System Setup 32 x 2.5 Gb/s (F) 32 x 10 Gb/s (M) 32 x 10 Gb/s (F) Note Terminal 1135 2023 1982 3076 Regenerator 2270 2446 3859 3282 Line 225 225 225 225 R or B Band 853 853 928 928 Full B Band 690 1289 816 1100 (M) designates an “open” configuration using WCM type M.05 kg/cm2 (0./in2) Table 2-3 Power Consumption Requirements by Site Type Site Power Max.065 kg/cm2 (0./in2) 0. Table 2-2 Floor-Loading Requirements by Site Type Rack Configuration Rack with one fully loaded OSR-WE + PDP Rack with one fully loaded OSR-WE + PDP + OSR-DCU Rack with two fully loaded OSR-WE + PDP Rack with two fully loaded OSR-WE + PDP + OSR-DCU Rack with three fully loaded OSR-WE + PDP Rack with one fully loaded OSR-WE + PDP Weight 170 kg (374.78 lb.

Unpacking Tips Consider the following when unpacking and storing ONS 15801 equipment: • • • • Leave equipment packed until it is needed for installation.34 cm (21 in. Figure 2-3 illustrates the unpacking of an ONS 15801 system rack. If the packaging is damaged and there is possible equipment damage. Unpacking ONS 15801 System Racks Follow these steps to unpack ONS 15801 system racks.44 m (8 ft.) Unpacking This paragraph contains instructions for unpacking the ONS 15801 system configuration items.) 2. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 2-5 . save and store the packaging material in case the equipment must be returned. Report any unacceptable conditions to the shipper and to your Customer Service representative.Chapter 2 Unpacking and Storage Unpacking Table 2-4 Required Equipment Access Clearance Item Clearance to open shelf covers Height of ceilings and raceway to accommodate bays Clearance Required 53. Use the procedure in the Return Materials Authorization and Fault Symptom Report supplement to report damage. Store packed equipment to be installed later under the temperature and environmental conditions described in the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Technical Specifications Manual. After equipment has been unpacked. preserve as much of the packaging as possible to allow Customer Service and the shipper to analyze the damage.

Chapter 2 Unpacking Unpacking and Storage Figure 2-3 ONS 15801 System Equipment Rack Unpacking Equipment rack Cover Equipment rack 64290 Caution When opening a shipping container. remove and retain them for use during the optical and electrical cabling installation. Carefully remove the protective packing material from the rack. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 2-6 78-12898-04 . leaving the plywood stabilizers at each end attached. Remove the banding straps that secure the container. If any optical fiber jumper cables or electrical cables are included in the container. use caution to avoid damaging the contents. Push the rope handles inside the cardboard container and pull the container off the rack. Place the rack in a horizontal position on the floor. Do not remove the rope handles. Place the rack container in the horizontal position on its back. Caution Verify the difference between the banding straps that secure the container for shipping and the rope handles for moving the container. Use the rope handles at each end of the container to turn over the container. Remove the cover of the container. The top of the container (where the cover was removed) should be facing the floor once the container is turned over.

Open the container and remove the air duct(s) and packing material. Carefully remove the packing material from the air duct(s). Caution When opening a shipping container. The grounding wrist strap is designed to prevent equipment damage caused by static electricity. Each subrack is equipped with grounding wrist strap connectors. connect the grounding wrist strap.Chapter 2 Unpacking and Storage Unpacking Unpacking ONS 15801 System Subracks The following procedure should be used for unpacking the ONS 15801 system subracks. While unpacking and handling optical and electrical modules. Remove the top of the container. Remove the subrack from the container. Step 1 Step 2 Unpacking ONS 15801 System Modules Follow these steps to unpack ONS 15801 system modules. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 2-7 . Remove the banding straps that secure the container. use caution to avoid damaging the contents. Caution When opening a module container. use caution to avoid damaging the contents. be careful to avoid damaging the contents. Before unpacking and installing modules or making system interconnections. Caution Static electricity can damage electro-optical equipment. Caution When opening a subrack container. remove and retain them for use during installation of the optical and electrical cabling. wear a grounding wrist strap to discharge the static buildup. If any optical or electrical cables are included in the container. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Unpacking ONS 15801 System Air Ducts Follow these steps to unpack ONS 15801 system air ducts. Open the cardboard container and remove the protective packing material from around the subrack.

refer to the applicable system technical specifications.Chapter 2 Storage Unpacking and Storage Caution Static electricity can damage electro-optical equipment. connect the grounding wrist strap. The silica gel capsules that help control moisture during storage may become ineffective after that time. The largest components are the bays where subracks are to be mounted. use caution to avoid damaging the contents. They must be handled with specific precautions to prevent damage: • • • • • Lift containers by the rope handles at each end of the container. Make sure bay containers are stacked squarely on top of each other. If any SC-PC/FC-PC adapters are included in the container. The grounding wrist strap is designed to prevent equipment damage caused by static electricity. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Open the container and remove the module(s) and packing material. wear a grounding wrist strap to discharge the static buildup. Unpacking Cable Kits Follow these steps to unpack ONS 15801 system cable kits. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 2-8 78-12898-04 . Each subrack is equipped with grounding wrist strap connectors. Equipment Handling The ONS 15801 system equipment is shipped in large containers. Wear gloves when lifting containers by the rope handles. do not store it for more than 12 months. Caution When opening a shipping container. “Installation”). Carefully remove the protective packing material from the cable kit(s). While unpacking and handling optical and electrical modules. For the recommended storage temperature range. Always store the packaged equipment indoors in a well-ventilated and static-safe environment. remove and retain them for use during installation of the module front-panel optical cabling (Chapter 3. Before unpacking and installing modules or making system interconnections. Carefully remove the protective foam packing material from the module(s). Open the container and remove the cable kit(s) and packing material. Never stack more than two bay containers. Never use a forklift to handle a bay container. Step 1 Step 2 Storage If is necessary to store the equipment.

Figure 3-1 illustrates a typical ONS 15801 system equipment rack. Installation of electrical wiring.C H A P T E R 3 Installation Note The instructions in this chapter primarily address the installation of the Cisco ONS 15801 system racks and subracks (common platforms) supplied by Cisco. state. and federal codes and regulations. This chapter provides instructions for installing racks and subracks (common platforms). Ethernet. and backplane intrarack optical and electrical wiring in place. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 3-1 . and other equipment not covered in this manual should follow all local. or it may include unassembled subracks and racks. Additional information is provided on electrical. air ducts. raceways. and control bus wiring. The equipment delivered to a site may include partially pre assembled racks with subracks.

Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-2 64304 78-12898-04 .Chapter 3 General Installation Guide Installation Figure 3-1 Typical ONS 15801 System Equipment Rack Air duct top Optical Subrack (OSR-WE) Air duct Grounding Wrist Strap Connector (one in each OSR-WE) Air duct General Installation Guide Cisco ONS 15801 system equipment installers should be thoroughly familiar with the instructions in this manual before beginning any work. The work of installing equipment should proceed as follows: • All safety precautions must be read and understood before equipment installation and must be observed during equipment installation.

number. Plan grounding cable runs from the ground window down along the right side of the rack. the racks must provide rear access to facilitate equipment installation. • • • • ONS 15801 System Common Platforms A Cisco ONS 15801 system common platform installation (Figure 3-2) consists of the following equipment: • One subrack (OSR-WE). “Test”.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Planning • Immediately upon arrival. Unpack equipment only after the site has been prepared and is ready for installation as described in Chapter 2. Plan power cable runs from the battery distribution bay (BDB) to the power distribution panel(s) (PDP) located in the racks. including four pre installed fan units Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 3-3 . All ONS 15801 system OSR-WE subracks will fit in 600-mm x 600-mm (23. Then plan the power cable runs from the PDP to the individual subracks.) racks. and Test Manual to complete the system installation. Enter the subrack connector (located on the rear side of the backplane) through the right side of the equipment. Setup. “Unpacking and Storage”. Following equipment installation. “Unpacking and Storage”. When installing equipment at a site. and location of racks and subracks required by referring to the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Installation. “Setup” and tested as described in Chapter 5. up along the left side of the rack. and Test Manual to determine layout of the racks.64-in. After subracks have been installed and tested. If there is a problem with the equipment. If the equipment is not to be installed upon arrival. determine the size. Plan to route the optical cables from the connectors located on the rear of the subrack backplane through the openings in the top rear and bottom rear of each subrack and on to other subracks in the site. Determine wire size based on cable length and local engineering standards and practices. follow the procedures in this chapter in the order presented. Setup. and Test Manual. contact Customer Service. x 23. through the opening on the lower left side of each subrack. store as specified in Chapter 2. Plan the rack and subrack installation based on the following considerations: • • • • When installing multiple subracks. refer to the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Installation. Plan to route the optical cables from the connectors located on the front of each module. “Unpacking and Storage”. proceeding down along the right side of the equipment bay. and connect the cable to the connector on the rear of the equipment.64-in. and on to the overhead cable transport tray. Plan to route the alarm and orderwire cables through the rear of each subrack. Additionally. Install the lowest subrack in a rack first. verify ONS 15801 system equipment according to the procedures in Chapter 2. Setup. • • • • • Installation Planning Based on the system to be installed. refer to the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Installation. the site should be configured as described in Chapter 4.

and/or the system including it. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-4 64308 78-12898-04 .XXX.XXX X.XXX. This chapter also includes installation procedures for the multiplexer and combiner modules and the OSRE-DCU (Figure 3-3).XXX Opening for front panel optical cabling An ONS 15801 system site configuration may include more than one common platform.Dispersion Compensating Unit.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX X. is covered by at least one of the following U.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX. The site configuration may also require the installation of an Optical Subrack ETSI .XXX X.XXX.XXX X. Patents: X.XXX X.XXX.S. consisting of two BATMOD units mounted in a frame ONS 15801 System Common Platform (OSR-WE Subrack) Figure 3-2 Fan trays PC connection Backpanel muxtiplexer monitor connections Grounding wrist strap connector BAT MOD ON OFF BAT MOD BAT modules ON OFF SCF MAJ MIN PWR FAN1 FAN3 FAN2 FAN4 SCF module B-CRT B-PWR B-MAJ B-MIN LED TEST This product.XXX X.XXX X.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX X.Chapter 3 Installation Planning Installation • • One Subrack Common Function (SCF) module One Battery Management (BAT) module.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX X.

The circuit breakers or fuses must have the following features: • • • • Current rate: 12A Breaking capacity current must be more than the maximum short current of the power supply line (station bars) Able to function with direct current Proper voltage rating After the common platforms are installed. Standard System Configurations Information about the rack. Each common platform must be protected by means of a short circuit protection device.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Planning Figure 3-3 OSRE-DCU Subrack 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DCU-B or DCU-R modules DCU-B . The following items are also required: • Hydraulic crimp tool (depending on wire gauge) Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 64303 3-5 . one for line A and another one for line B.Red Band module All procedures in this chapter must be performed in the order that they appear. refer to the ONS 15801 DWDM System Installation. Before installing equipment. “Unpacking and Storage”. common platform installation. verify and prepare the installation site and unpack the equipment as instructed in Chapter 2. Required Items To install racks and common platforms. Setup. Instructions for specific types of configurations can be found in the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Configuration Manual.Dispersion Compensating Unit .Dispersion Compensating Unit . and Test Manual to complete the site installation. The protection devices can be either fuses or circuit breakers.Blue Band module DCU-R . and module configuration in this manual is standard for the ONS 15801 system. customary installation and electrical tools are required.

coax extraction tool (needed only to reconfigure backplane Ethernet cabling on ONS 15801 • • • • • • system) Standard battery wire with sufficient length to connect the BDB and the PDP and the common platforms. Electrical cables for intershelf connections.) DIN . “Connectors manual.]) male BNC connectors Grounding Requirements Grounding Requirements Warning Warning Grounding each subrack is important for both safety and proper system operation. The earth ground bar or earth ground cable of the station must be connected to the rack point indicated with ground bar or earth ground cable of the station must be connected to the rack point indicated with the earth ground symbol. The minimum wire gauge of the power supply cable from the PDP to the subracks is 15 AWG. the earth ground symbol. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-6 78-12898-04 . gauge of the power supply cable from the PDP to the subracks is 15 AWG. or they can be fabricated from the electrical pinout information in Chapter 6.-lb. The ONS 15801 system has five ground connections described below: The ONS 15801 system has five ground connections described below: • Internal ground (GND) • Internal ground (GND) • Common ground (COMM) • Common ground (COMM) • • • • • • Ethernet ground (QGND) Ethernet ground (QGND) Positive of service voltages (VSERV+) Positive of service voltages (VSERV+) Internal ground (GND) Internal ground (GND) Grounding must be performed to local engineering standards and practices. connect the subrack ground to the protective earth ground of the rack.6 m [15 ft.4 nm [60 ft.4 nm [60 ft. Standard battery wire with sufficient length to connect the BDB and the PDP and the common The minimum wire gauge for the power supply line to the PDP is indicated o The minimum wire platforms. See Table 3-2 for details.]) Hammer (or rotary) drill with depth gauge Reciprocating saw or scroll saw Reciprocating saw or scroll saw 18-mm masonry drill bit 18-mm masonry HEPA vacuum drill bit HEPA vacuum Pre assembled racks Pre assembled racks Mounting hardware for racks Mounting hardware for 6-inch magnetic level racks 6-inch torque screwdriver Metric magnetic level Metric torque screwdriver Slot screwdriver with screw-holder attachment Slot screwdriver with screw-holder attachment All modules necessary for the specific site configuration (Refer to the ONS 15801 DWDM System Configuration Manual.Chapter 3 Installation Planning Installation • • • • • • • • • • • • Hydraulic crimp tool (depending on wire gauge) Multimeter Multimeter Torque wrench (capable of measuring 81. (Wire type and gauge are determined based on local engineering standards and practices). The purpose of GND is to connect the subrack ground to the protective earth ground of the rack.-lb. or they can be fabricated from the electrical pinout information in Chapter 6 of this Service. (These cable are available from Cisco Customer Service.6 m [1) with with male BNC connectors 10Base2 coaxial cable (minimum 4.) • All modules necessary for the specific site configuration (Refer to the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM • Systemcoax extraction Manual.) 10Base2 coaxial cable (minimum 4. See Table 3-2 for details. The purpose of GND is to Grounding must be performed to local engineering standards and practices. The earth Grounding each subrack is important for both safety and proper system operation. (Wire type and gauge are determined based on local engineering standards and practices).]) Torque wrench (capable with depth gauge Hammer (or rotary) drill of measuring 81.) and Cabling” of this manual. (These cable are available from Cisco Customer Electrical cables for intershelf connections.Configuration tool (needed only to reconfigure backplane Ethernet cabling on ONS 15801 system) • DIN .

Warning Leave one subrack QGND connected to GNDM via the comb for each Ethernet network. The rack can also house a OSRE-DCU subrack. An ONS 15801 system equipment rack is shown in Figure 3-4. The rack can house up to three ONS 15801 system OSR-WE subracks and their associated air ducts. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 3-7 .) mounting.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Planning Warning Grounding the rack. and each subrack is important for both safety and proper system operation.64 in. Warning Do not perform ground cabling on an electrically live system. PDP unit. ONS 15801 System Equipment Rack The rack used for the ONS 15801 system installation is a standard rack with 600-mm x 600-mm (23.64 in. The ground strip of the subracks must be connected to the earth bar of the rack. as well as the associated air duct top. x 23. Ensure that all power is removed from the subrack before continuing with this procedure.

Chapter 3 Installation Planning Installation Figure 3-4 ONS 15801 System Equipment Rack Dimensions 2200 mm (86.) Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-8 78-12898-04 .6 in.) Grounding Wrist Strap Connector 600 mm (23.) 64291 600 mm (23.6 in.6 in.

Table 3-1 Installation Procedures and Paragraph Links Topic Preparing Equipment Racks for Installation Rack Installation on Concrete Flooring Rack Installation on Raised Computer Flooring OSR-WE Subrack Installation OSRE-DCU Subrack Installation Air Duct Installation Protective Earth Connection Bay Power Installation Shelf Power Installation Ethernet Cabling Control Bus Intershelf Cabling Control Bus Interbay Cabling Optical Multiplexer and Combiner Installation SCF and BAT Module Installation Paragraph Link Preparing Racks for Installation Rack Installation on Concrete Flooring Rack Installation on Raised Computer Flooring OSR-WE Subrack Installation OSRE-DCU Subrack Installation Air Duct Installation Protective Earth Connection Bay Power Installation Sub-Rack Power Installation Ethernet Cabling Control Bus Intershelf Cabling Control Bus Interbay Cabling Multiplexer and Combiner Module Installation SCF and BAT Module Installation Preparing Racks for Installation Caution The equipment rack can be unstable and is easily tipped over until it is securely bolted to the floor. Links are provided for each procedure. The rack and stabilizers are illustrated in Figure 3-5. Stabilize and secure an upright unmounted rack to prevent possible damage. Each subrack is equipped with grounding wrist strap connectors. wear a grounding wrist strap to discharge the static buildup. While unpacking and handling optical and electrical modules. Table 3-1 lists the ONS 15801 system installation procedures covered in this paragraph. The grounding wrist strap is designed to prevent equipment damage caused by static electricity. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 3-9 . To prepare racks for installation: Step 1 Place blocks beneath the two side supports of the rack to remove the weight from the plywood stabilizers.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures Installation Procedures Caution Static electricity can damage electro-optical equipment. Before unpacking and installing modules or making system interconnections. connect the grounding wrist strap.

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Unscrew the mounting hardware to remove the cover plate from the base of the rack. The base cover plate is illustrated in the lower part of Figure 3-1. Remove the bolts holding the plywood stabilizers at the top and bottom of the rack. Place the rack upright on its base.

Rack Installation on Concrete Flooring
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Anchor brackets must be properly installed. The rack must be secured to a concrete floor using a seismic floor-mounting kit. Installing this equipment incorrectly can affect load capacity and seismic performance.

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The following procedure is for a typical rack installation. Measurements are approximate. To install racks on concrete flooring:

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Remove the racks from the marked floor tiles. Since customer infrastructure for raised computer flooring can vary. Be careful to keep racks stable during the installation procedure. Rack Installation on Raised Computer Flooring The rack installation procedure for raised computer flooring differs from the procedure for concrete flooring. The rack frames and floor tiles must be modified.]) in the base plate of each rack for power and optical fiber jumper cable runs. Caution When set upright. racks are unstable until they are installed. Failure to heed this caution may weaken the structure of the rack. Step 1 Step 2 Note The positioning of the chalk line should be at least as long as the width of all the equipment to be installed. Position each rack upright on its base. Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Draw a chalk line on the floor where the fronts of the racks will be positioned. the following procedure is an example. Remove the marked floor tiles. To install an equipment rack on raised computer flooring: Note The measurements in the following procedure are approximate values. x 4 in. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 3-13 . Cut the power-and-fiber holes with a reciprocating saw or scroll saw equipped with a metal-cutting blade. Using the bases of the rack frames as templates. Caution Do not cut the welded areas of the rack frame. Cut two holes (approximately 38 mm x 10 cm [1 ½ in. Note Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Mounting bolts should be positioned in the center of the mounting holes. Use the chalk line as a guide to place each rack in the exact position on the floor where it will be installed. Continuous-thread hanger rod is used to secure the rack and fiber conduit. Unistrut must be installed beneath the raised floor to support the racks. Reinstall the modified base cover on each rack.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures Step 16 Perform Steps 1 through 15 for each rack at the site. mark the floor tiles where the four mounting bolt holes and the two power-and-fiber openings will be located for each rack.

6-cm (5/8-in.7 cm (18 in) 38.) continuous-thread hanger rod to attach the Unistrut to the base of the rack. Anchor three pieces of Unistrut to the subfloor. Remove the floor tiles adjacent to the modified floor tiles to access the area directly beneath them. Note For racks without enclosed bases. shine a flashlight through each mounting hole in the modified floor tiles. From above.1 cm (15 in. Run the cut rods from the Unistrut through the holes in the modified floor tiles to the base of the frame. The cut rods must accommodate the full length of the nuts and washers used to hold the rack.) lengths of Unistrut to the Unistrut anchored to the subfloor directly over the mounting hole marks. continuous-threaded rod should be flush and have no more than 1½ threads exposed above the nut. Reinstall the modified floor tiles. Position two pieces of Unistrut 38.Chapter 3 Installation Procedures Installation Step 10 Step 11 Step 12 Step 13 Step 14 Step 15 Step 16 Remove all sharp edges from cut areas. Position the remaining piece on the front side of the installation where the subfloor fiber duct will run (Figure 3-8). Drill four 1.7-cm (18-in.) mounting bolt holes. Remove the modified floor tiles. Figure 3-8 Unistrut Placement Unistrut-to-floor fasteners 45.) Marks on subfloor Unistrut Unistrut-to-Unistrut fasteners Unistrut to mount fiber duct Step 17 For each rack. Refer to Figure 3-9.1 cm (15 in. Step 18 For each rack.) apart. cut four pieces of 1.59-cm (5/8-in. spanning the length of the equipment to be installed. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-14 64295 78-12898-04 . Mark the area illuminated on the subfloor. attach two 45.

Place a 15. Thread each rod into a spring nut in the Unistrut.7-cm [18-in.) flat steel washer on each nut that was installed on the rods.59-cm (5/8-inch) flat steel washer and hex nut over each rod end inside the rack base plate (Figure 3-9). Adjust the nuts under the floor tile until the rack is level from front to back.59-cm (5/8") hex nut Flat steel washer Rack base plate Computer floor Flat steel washer Lock washer 1. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 3-15 . Readjust the level if necessary. Adjust the upper nut on each rod so that the flat washers just touch the bottom of the tile. Install molding around the holes cut in the floor tiles for fiber and cables.2-cm (6-inch) magnetic level on the side of a rack frame. Install a 1. Screw a 1.) spring nuts (spring side down) in the channel of each 45. approximately 10.59-cm (5/8") hex nut 1.) from the end.59-cm (5/8-in. Move the level to the front of the upright and adjust the nuts under the floor tile until the rack is level from left to right. Hand-tighten the hex nut on each rod into the Unistrut.) flat steel washer and hex nut on the end of each rod and tighten (Figure 3-9).Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures Figure 3-9 Side Detail of Hanger Rod Installation in Raised Computer Floor 1. Recheck the front-to-back and left-to-right level of the rack.59-cm (5/8-in. Place a 1.59-cm (5/8-in.7-cm (18-inch) length of Unistrut.16 cm (4 in. Place each spring nut directly above the mounting hole marks on the subfloor. Install a 1. Ensure that each rod for each rack is aligned at a right angle (90°) and tighten the bottom nut on each rod. Lift each rack onto its four support rods (two rods on each of 45. Screw a hex nut about 10.) onto the top of each rod. Place a lock washer and flat steel washer on each nut. Reinstall the modified floor tiles.) hex nut on each rod.] lengths of Unistrut).2 cm (4 in.59-cm (5/8") spring nut Unistrut Unistrut Subfloor Step 19 Step 20 Step 21 Step 22 Step 23 Step 24 Step 25 Step 26 Step 27 Step 28 Step 29 Step 30 Step 31 Step 32 Step 33 Step 34 Step 35 Step 36 64271 Position two 1.59-cm (5/8") hex nut Flat washer 1.59-cm (5/8-in.

Install the back cover. Remove the back cover from each subrack. the subrack will deform slightly.5-cm (78 ¾-in. Position the rods at evenly spaced intervals (Figure 3-8). Step 40 Step 41 Step 42 Step 43 Step 44 Step 45 Note The 2. Perform Steps 1 through 52 for each rack at the site.2-cm (7/8-inch) flex tubes should extend into the equipment bays in a manner similar to existing tubing.59-cm (5/8-in. making sure the rack ground wire is reattached to it. Do not use magnetic tools in the proximity of any sensitive electronic equipment. use a slot screwdriver with a screw-holding attachment to install the screws that secure each subrack to the rack.) fiber duct. Cut as many pieces of 1. Place a rubber grommet on the edge of the hole to protect the flex tubing. OSR-WE Subrack Installation Caution Do not misalign the subrack when installing it in the rack. Step 46 Step 47 Step 48 Step 49 Step 50 Step 51 Step 52 Step 53 Attach a 5. At the top of the vertical duct.2-cm-to-5.59-cm (5/8-in.) yellow fiber duct to the threaded rods with a support kit.0-m x 5. Attach the required length of 10. Place a 1. Caution In the following procedure.2-cm (4-in.) vertical fiber ducts on the left side of each equipment bay 30.) flat steel washer on each nut installed on the rods. Thread each rod into a spring in the Unistrut and tighten.5 cm (12 in. Place the other end in the rack fiber duct.) continuous-thread hanger rod as needed to attach the fiber duct to the Unistrut. Attach two 2. place one end of a 2.Chapter 3 Installation Procedures Installation Step 37 Step 38 Step 39 Install rack covers. x 1-in.) spring nut spring side down in the channel of the fiber duct Unistrut for each rod.1-cm (4-in. If the subrack is askew when it is fastened to the rack.1-cm x 2. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-16 78-12898-04 .) directly above the holes in the base of the rack (Figure 3-7).) endcap with two 2. and 5.59-cm (5/8-in. x 2-in.2-cm (7/8-inch) flex tube into the vertical duct.-to-2-in.1-cm (2-in. a 10. The fiber duct is run beneath the raised floor. Place one flex tube into each of the holes cut to run fiber and power cables. Place the flex tubing into the vertical duct.) conversion kit on each T. Remove any packing material or tape inside the subrack and the back cover. Use V-clamps and attaching hardware to install overhead pipe support to all racks.) T at each rack location. and the connector pins in the subrack will be out of alignment with the female connectors on the modules.1-cm (2-in.) flex tubes on the end of the 2.16 cm (4 in.2-cm (2-in.2-cm (7/8-in.) from the end. approximately 10.59-cm (5/8-in.) hex nut onto each rod. Place one 1. Failure to heed this caution will result in damage to connectors when the modules are installed.) yellow fiber duct from the T to the front edge of the installed racks. The continuous-thread hanger rod should be long enough to accommodate the subfloor placement of the fiber duct and its attachment hardware. Screw a 1. Place a 10.16-cm (4-in.

Figure 3-10 Interbay Optical Fiber Routing Interbay optical fibers Rear Rack Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 If the rack will contain more then one subrack. Verify that fuse assignments are available for use.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures To install an OSR-WE subrack: Step 1 Starting with the lowest subrack position in the rack (a standard rack can house up to three ONS 15801 system OSR-WE subracks). Verify that an air filter is present in the lower part of the subrack. Verify that all the interbay optical fiber jumper cables are inserted in the interbay fiber ducts and that the fiber connectors will not interfere with the installation of the subracks. install the interbay optical fiber jumper cables in the fiber ducts located on the left side of the rack (Figure 3-10). Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 64296 Front 3-17 . repeat Step 1 for each additional subrack.

Position the subrack into the rack in the desired position. tighten all of the retaining screws to 3.4 ±0. Air Duct Installation Warning Each subrack must have its own air duct for electrical safety. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Position the OSRE-DCU subrack (Figure 3-1 and Figure 3-3) against the rack. repositioning the subrack. Use a one-meter level placed on the top of the subrack to make sure the subrack is level in the rack. Use eight M6 x 10.39-in. and then tightening screws enough to hold the subrack in place. Reinstall the front and rear covers. Align the holes in the rack to allow the subrack to fit in the desired position.Chapter 3 Installation Procedures Installation Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 Verify that the Battery Distribution Bay (BDB) Battery A and Battery B circuit breakers are in the OFF position. The second type is used above the top subrack.1 N-m (30 ±1 in-lb. Align the subrack to both sides of the rack and tighten the four screws to 3. The numbering for the subracks and air ducts starts at the top position of the rack. Open the internal cover panel that runs along the left vertical side of the subrack. Using a torque screwdriver. Step 11 Step 12 Step 13 Step 14 Step 15 Step 16 Step 17 OSRE-DCU Subrack Installation If an OSRE-DCU subrack is required for the site.).). behind the internal cover panel.0-mm (M6 x 0. There are two types of subrack air ducts-air duct and air duct top.39-in.4 ±0.0-mm (M6 x 0. perform the following procedure. Repeat this procedure for each site subrack.1 N-m (30 ±1 in-lb. Position the interbay optical fibers in the clips located inside the subrack. Use four M6 x 10. Align the subrack to both sides of the rack and tighten the screws just enough to hold the subrack in place. Align the holes on the subrack with the holes on the rack.) pan-head stainless steel machine screws to loosely attach the subrack to the rack. Leveling the subrack may require loosening the retaining screws slightly. Figure 3-11 illustrates the possible configurations of subracks and air ducts within a rack.) pan-head stainless steel machine screws to loosely attach the subrack to the rack. Remove the front and rear covers of the subrack. The subrack air ducts are used to guide the airflow generated by the fans in the ONS 15801 system subracks. The first type is used between two ONS 15801 system subracks and below the lowest subrack in the equipment rack. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-18 78-12898-04 . Remove the anchor screw located on the lower left side of the subrack.

Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures Figure 3-11 Possible Configurations of Air Ducts Air Duct 1 AD-TOP AD-TOP AD-TOP Subrack 1 Air Duct 2 AD AD-TOP AD AD Subrack 2 Air Duct 3 AD AD-TOP AD AD Subrack 3 Air Duct 4 AD AD AD 1 2 1 2 3 Air Duct Installation in Subrack To install the air duct(s): Step 1 Step 2 Unscrew and remove the cover panel located on the lower portion of the ONS 15801 system subrack. Insert the air duct in the subrack as shown in Figure 3-12. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 64297 Number of Subracks Number of Air Duct Tops Number of Air Ducts 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 3-19 .

Close the air duct front panel and hand-tighten the two door-retaining screws. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-20 64313 78-12898-04 . Warning Leave only one shelf QGND connected to the GND (earth) via the comb for each Ethernet network.) screws to attach the air duct to the equipment rack. Repeat this procedure for each air duct top. Repeat this procedure for each air duct.39-in.0-mm (M6 x 0. Use four M6 x 10. Insert the air duct top into the equipment bay. Protective Earth Connection Warning Grounding the rack is important for both safety and proper system operation. The protective earth bar or cable of the station must be connected to the earth rack at the point indicated by the earth symbol.Chapter 3 Installation Procedures Installation Figure 3-12 Air Duct Insertion in Subrack Side Side view cutaway ONS 15801 Subrack Back Air duct Front ONS 15801 Subrack Side Side view cutaway Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Align the holes in the front of the air duct anchor brackets to the holes in the front of the subrack. Air Duct Top Installation To install the air duct top: Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Align the air duct top with the rack directly above the top subrack (Figure 3-11). Use four screws to attach the air duct top to the equipment bay.

They are then grounded to the equipment bay frame from the terminal connector GNDM (1). Subrack Earth Connection Warning Refer to the national engineering standards for a suitable earth cable gauge and wiring. refer to the following steps for information regarding other configurations. Step 2 Using a stainless steel screw and nut connect the station protective earth cable to the upper end of the rack earth bar. Caution Leave only one shelf QGND connected to GNDM via the comb for each Ethernet network. Do not perform ground cabling on an electrically live system. Ensure that all power is removed from the shelf before continuing with this procedure.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures Caution Proper equipment grounding is important for safe and proper system operation. The minimum gauge must not be less than the gauge of the subrack power supply cables. For correct materials coupling refer IEC 60950 . Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 3-21 . These connections should be based on local engineering standards and practices. recable as follows: Step 1 Step 2 Remove the cover from the GROUND terminal strip on the backplane of each subrack. The minimum gauge must not be less than the gauge of the rack power supply cables. Make any necessary connections according to Table 3-2. If the precabled scheme of the GROUND terminal strip is not suitable for the requirements of the site. The spade lug connector shall be made of copper or copper alloy. If this configuration is not suitable for the site. To remove recabled connectors from the comb. Cable as follows: Step 1 Select an adequate size spade lug connector. Stainless steel anti-slack devices must be included (for example stainless steel washers). loosen the terminal screw and break the connector (with needle-nose pliers) at the weakened point. Rack Earth Connection Warning Refer to the national engineering standards for a suitable station earth cable gauge and wiring.Electrochemical Potentials table. Note A ring terminal can be used instead of a spade lug connector. Note The connectors on the GROUND terminal strip are joined with a comb.

Note A ring terminal can be used instead of a spade lug connector. Use a ring terminal at the ground terminal strip and a receptacle terminal at the rack earth bar to connect the ground. Ensure that all power is removed from the shelf before continuing with this procedure. Reinstall the covers on the ground terminal strips. Shall be connected to the rack bar. Determine actual wire gauge using local engineering standards and practices.Chapter 3 Installation Procedures Installation Table 3-2 Grounding Connections Comb GROUND 1 2 3 4 5 COMM QGND VSERV+ GND GND To bay frame 64298 Ground Terminal Strip Pin 1 2 Terminal GND COMM Connection Internal ground. Ethernet ground.Electrochemical Potentials table. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-22 78-12898-04 . For correct material coupling refer to IEC 60950 . Remove from comb and connect to the auxiliary voltage if an auxiliary voltage is used as a remote alarm reference. Remove from comb and connect to Ethernet ground if available. Repeat this procedure for every subrack. This pin must be connected to ground. Do not perform electrical cabling on an electrically live system. Caution: Leave one subrack QGND connected to GNDM via the comb for each Ethernet network. Internal ground. 3 QGND 4 5 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 VSERV+ GND Using a yellow-green cable with adequate gauge connect pin 1 of the ground terminal connector to the earth bar of the rack. Bay Power Installation Warning Be sure that a disconnection device is present on the battery distribution bay (BDB) station power supply line. Common for remote alarms.

Note Refer to the manufacturer's product literature for detailed information concerning the power distribution panel. The end of the stranded conductor shall not be soft solder consolidated where the conductor is subject to contact pressure. Verify that the assigned fuse positions are available. and then proceed to Step 11 of this procedure. Note If the PDP A alarm LED is lit. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 3-23 . Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Use standard power wire of sufficient length and appropriate size to connect the +A terminal of the BDB and the +A terminal of the power terminal block on the PDP. Use standard power wire of sufficient length and appropriate size to connect the –A terminal of the BDB and the –A terminal of the power terminal block on the PDP. Confirm that the A alarm LED on the PDP is not lit. the main power supply is referred to as Battery A (or just A) and the standby power supply is referred to as Battery B (or just B). In the following procedures. Reinsert the fuses into the A side of the BDB or turn the BDB A side circuit breaker ON. Verify that the A alarm LED on the PDP is not lit. the +A to +A or the -A to -A connection is wrong and must be corrected before proceeding. the +A to +A or the -A to -A connection is wrong and must be corrected before proceeding. Repeat Steps 1 through 9 for the B side of the system (substituting B for every A designation). To install the bay power: Step 1 Step 2 Remove all fuses from the BDB Battery A and Battery B positions or turn off the BDB Battery A and Battery B circuit breakers. Note The Power Distribution Panel (PDP) provides a dual power source to the ONS 15801 system shelves. Note If the PDP A alarm LED is lit. Before beginning this procedure: • • Be familiar with the BDB and the PDP for the bay. Turn the A and B side system circuit breakers OFF. Step 9 Step 10 Step 11 Remove all fuses from the A side of the PDP or turn OFF all A-side circuit breakers.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures Caution Do not reverse the polarity of power connections. Step 7 Step 8 Reinsert fuses into the A side of the PDP or turn ON the A-side circuit breakers. Remove all of the GMT and input fuses from each PDP (or turn off the input and output circuit breakers).

. Verify that the assigned fuse positions are available..... Turn the PDP circuit breakers OFF..... Ensure that all power is removed from the shelf before continuing with this procedure..5 ALM QA QB SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 CBUSA SRADD 1 2 3 4 5 6 ....... ...... ........................ Caution Do not reverse the polarity of the power connections.. Before beginning this procedure: • • Be familiar with the BDB and the PDP for the bay........ ..... .... Determine actual wire gauge using local engineering standards and practices...... .. A-IN . F1P1 F1P2 X..... . ....... ........ .... Use a Cisco power wire of sufficient length to connect the A side of the PDP-supplied power to the BAT1 connector on a shelf backplane (Figure 3-13).... . RM 1 2 1 2 To pin B1 (BAT+) To pin B3 (BAT–) 64311 1 2 1 2 To pin A1 (BAT+) To pin A3 (BAT–) Step 4 Step 5 Turn BDB A side circuit breaker ON.... To install the shelf power: Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Turn the BDB Battery A and Battery B circuit breakers OFF... ...... . A PDP is located at the top of each bay........... Note Refer to the manufacturer's product literature for detailed information concerning the PDP... Figure 3-13 Shelf Power Connection to PDP BAT 1 – GNDM BAT 1/2 + BAT 2 – GNDM BAT 1/2 + BAT1 BAT2 1 2 GROUND 3 4 5 OFF ON .... .......... ...... Turn the relevant PDP A-side circuit breaker ON...........................2...... CBUSB .......... ..... VSERV+ GND COMM QGND GND D-OUT OP 1/0 BAT1 BAT2 D-IN .........Chapter 3 Installation Procedures Installation Step 12 Repeat this procedure for each equipment bay located at the site. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-24 78-12898-04 . Sub-Rack Power Installation Warning Do not perform electrical cabling on an electrically live system.............. ............ .

Note Each shelf in a site containing multiple shelves must be cabled as described in the following procedure. Repeat Steps 1 through 8 for the B side of the system (substituting B for every A designation). Connect the BNC T-connector to the Ethernet connection on the PC. Route the cables through the cable openings nearest the connectors. Control Bus Intershelf Cabling For system site configurations where more than one shelf is required. Turn the relevant PDP A-side circuit breaker OFF. Connect the 50-ohm terminator removed in Step 1 to one leg of a BNC T connector.) or longer 10Base2 coaxial cable that has male BNC connectors on each end. If the LED is OFF. Repeat this procedure for each sub-rack in the site. Ethernet Cabling If a PC is to be connected to the ONS 15801 system site via the Ethernet. Note Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 A 50-Ohm terminator must be installed at each end of the Ethernet. Obtain a 4. Route the other end of the BNC cable through the cable opening on the upper-left side of the shelf through the overhead cable routing. the connection is wrong and must be corrected before proceeding. use the following procedure: Step 1 Remove the 50-ohm terminator installed in the backplane QA connector. Starting at shelf 1. Turn the BDB A-side circuit breaker OFF. connect the backplane connectors CBUSA and CBUSB for each shelf in the bay as shown in Figure 3-14. Connect one end of the cable to the backplane connector where the 50-ohm terminator was removed. Use the following procedure to make this connection.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 The green LED on the shelf should be ON. Step 1 Step 2 Perform the procedures in the “Sub-Rack Power Installation” section and verify that polarity integrity has been maintained for each shelf before interconnecting the shelves.6-mm (15-ft. Caution Be sure that all PDP circuit breakers are switched OFF and no power is applied to any of the shelves in the site before performing the following procedure. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 3-25 . the control bus (CBUS) must be connected between shelves within the bay. and then proceed to Step 10 of this procedure. and connect it to the other leg of the BNC T-connector that was connected to the PC in Step 3.

. ...... .. ...... ........................ ..... ............ . F1P1 F1P2 X.............. .. If additional bays are included in the site configuration.................. ....................................................................... CBUSB ... A-IN ........................... VSERV+ OP I/O COMM QGND GND GND D-OUT BAT1 BAT2 D-IN ALM ..... CBUSB ...... .. To facilitate this connection...... .......... .. ........ A maximum of six shelves can be interconnected via the CBUS.................. .... RM QA QB SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 .............. ... ...... VSERV+ OP I/O COMM QGND GND GND D-OUT BAT1 BAT2 D-IN ALM .. .. ... . A-IN ....... ...... F1P1 F1P2 X.. .................. .... Control Bus Interbay Cabling Note All sites that contain more than one bay require inter-rack connection via the CBUS............. ...... CBUSB ..Chapter 3 Installation Procedures Installation Figure 3-14 CBUS Backplane Interconnections 130-ohm Termination 1 2 GROUND 3 4 5 CBUSA OFF SRADD 1 2 3 4 5 6 ON .. ...... .......... F1P1 F1P2 X................................. .............. ................. ............ ... ................. ............... ........ a CBUS connector cable is supplied....... .. A-IN .... .... .................. ..... ............ ... ..... .... RM 130-ohm Termination Step 3 Step 4 Install a 130-ohm termination at each end of the CBUS circuit....... ..... ...... .......... . ......... ......................... refer to the Control Bus Interbay Cabling section................. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-26 64312 QA 78-12898-04 ..............25 QB SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 .... . . ........... To connect additional shelves via the CBUS: Step 1 Remove the 130-ohm termination from the CBUSB connector on the shelf 1 backplane Bay 1 and install it in the CBUSB connector on the backplane of the upper-most shelf of Bay 2 as shown in Figure 3-15........ ..... ...25 1 2 GROUND 3 4 5 CBUSA OFF SRADD 1 2 3 4 5 6 ON .25 1 2 GROUND 3 4 5 CBUSA OFF SRADD 1 2 3 4 5 6 ON ........ VSERV+ OP I/O COMM QGND GND GND D-OUT BAT1 BAT2 D-IN ALM ...... RM QA QB SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 ..

....... CBUSB CBUSB ................... Attach the other end of the cable to the CBUSA connector on the backplane of the upper-most shelf of bay 2... ............................. Multiplexer and Combiner Module Installation Warning Never install modules into a subrack with either of the BAT modules turned ON............ .... .. . The grounding wrist strap is designed to prevent equipment damage caused by static electricity.. . .............. VSERV+ OP I/O COMM QGND GND GND D-OUT BAT1 BAT2 D-IN ALM ..... ..... ................................................ ... RM QA QB Interbay CBUS cable GROUND 1234 5 OFFON GROUND 1234 5 OFFON . ......... ...... 130-ohm termination QA QB Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Route the CBUS cable from the left side of Bay 1 shelf 1 to the overhead cable routing tray and down the left side of Bay 2 to shelf 2............. ... ..... ........................... connect the grounding wrist strap.. .......... A-IN ...... .............. CBUSB ......... bay 1.... ... .... .......... .. ....... ....... CBUSB .. ........... Attach one end of the cable to the CBUSB connector on the backplane of shelf 1.............. ........ ...... VSERV+ OP I/O QGND GND COMM GND D-OUT VSERV+ BAT1 OP I/O COMM QGND GND BAT2 GND D-OUT D-IN ALM BAT1 BAT2 X... VSERV+ OP I/O QGND GND COMM GND D-OUT BAT1 BAT2 D-IN ALM ..... ........ F1P1 F1P2 F1P1 .................... ..... .25 D-IN SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 CBUSA SRADD 123456 ....... A-IN ... RM RM GROUND 1234 5 OFFON ............... CBUSA SRADD 123456 QB ......... A-IN .......... ... . RM Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 QA QB 123456 3-27 ........... ...... ................ Caution Static electricity can damage electro-optical equipment...... Touching electrical connectors or other exposed electrical circuitry inside the subrack when it is turned ON can cause serious injury or death................................. .. ..................... Enter the shelves of both bays through the cable opening on the left side of each subrack..... .... .... ........ F1P1 F1P2 X.. ...25 SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 ............. ....... .... wear a grounding wrist strap to discharge the static buildup...... ............ F1P1 F1P2 X. ....... ..... ...... . ..... ..... . ....... ................ A subrack is energized with –48 VDC power when either of the BAT modules is installed and turned ON....... ... ALM .. ......... ...... ....... Do not introduce anything (tools or equivalent) when the subrack is turned ON to avoid energy hazard...................... .... ......... . ................................. .... Before unpacking and installing modules or making system interconnections..25 SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 CBUSA SRADD ...Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures Figure 3-15 Interbay CBUS Cabling Interbay CBUS cable Bay 1 130-ohm termination GROUND 1234 5 OFFON Bay 2 ........... ........... ........................... ......... .... . ........................ Each subrack is equipped with grounding wrist strap connectors...... While unpacking and handling optical and electrical modules.............. ... . A-IN QA F1P2 X.25 SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 CBUSA SRADD 123456 ......................................... ..

. ....... F1P1 F1P2 X...5 ALM 2WC-F INPUT 1 2 2 6 OPT14 10 16 20 24 OPT13 2 6 OPT12 10 16 20 24 2 6 10 16 20 24 OPT11 2 6 OPT10 10 16 20 24 2 6 10 16 20 24 OPT9 2 6 10 16 20 24 OPT8 2 6 10 16 20 24 OPT7 2 6 10 16 20 24 OPT6 2 6 10 16 20 24 OPT5 2 6 10 16 20 24 OPT4 2 6 10 16 20 24 OPT3 OUTPUT OUT MON QA QB SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 CBUSA SRADD 1 2 3 4 5 6 .... .............. RM 2 6 10 16 20 24 OPT2 2 6 10 16 20 24 OPT1 2 6 10 16 20 24 Step 2 Step 3 Fasten the module to stirrups using the appropriate screws and washers...... ....... .................................... Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-28 64310 78-12898-04 ....... Setup. CBUSB .... ........... and Test Manual for multiplexer and combiner module setup information.... ..... A-IN . ................................ .... repeat this procedure for each module.......... VSERV+ COMM GND QGND GND D-OUT OP 1/0 BAT1 BAT2 D-IN ......2. To install multiplexer and combiner modules: Step 1 Position the module on the horizontal stirrups as shown in Figure 3-16.. ................ .. ...... .. Figure 3-16 Multiplexer/Combiner Module Installation 1 2 GROUND 3 4 5 OFF ON .. ...... ........ .......Chapter 3 Installation Procedures Installation The multiplexer and combiner modules are mounted on the rear panel of the OSR-WE subrack back-planes as shown in Figure 3-16. ....... If the site configuration requires other multiplexer and combiner modules........ Refer to the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Installation..... Refer to the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Configuration Manual for multiplexer and combiner module configuration and to locate the site-specific shelf positions where the modules must be installed.

Caution Static electricity can damage electro-optical equipment. SCF module. The BAT module. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 3-29 . leave it in the electrostatic shipping bag. wear a grounding wrist strap to discharge the static buildup. When a module will not be installed immediately. Each subrack is equipped with grounding wrist strap connectors. The grounding wrist strap is designed to prevent equipment damage caused by static electricity. Note Slot 15 of the shelf contains a module guide bar for placing the SCF and BAT modules in the correct positions. While unpacking and handling optical and electrical modules. and the “BAT Module Installation” section describes the BAT module installation. The “SCF Module Installation” section describes the SCF module installation. Caution Static electricity can damage electro-optical modules. connect the grounding wrist strap.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures SCF and BAT Module Installation The following procedures describe the installation of the Subrack Common Functions (SCF) module and Battery Management (BAT) module into the ONS 15801 system shelves. and fan tray locations are shown in Figure 3-17. Before unpacking and installing modules or making system interconnections.

“Unpacking and Storage”. and Fan Tray Locations Fan trays Grounding wrist strap connector BAT MOD ON OFF BAT MOD BAT modules ON OFF SCF MAJ MIN PWR FAN1 FAN3 FAN2 FAN4 SCF module B-CRT B-PWR B-MAJ B-MIN LED TEST This product.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX. and/or the system including it.XXX X. verify that the addressing DIP switches on the SCF module are correctly configured for use in an OSR-WE shelf (Figure 3-18).S.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX SCF Module Installation To install one SCF module: Step 1 Step 2 Unpack one SCF module as instructed in Chapter 2. Patents: X. Using electrostatic precautions. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-30 64309 78-12898-04 .XXX.XXX X.XXX. SCF Module.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX. is covered by at least one of the following U.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.Chapter 3 Installation Procedures Installation Figure 3-17 BAT Module.

If the BAT module is installed and turned ON. Never install modules into a subrack with BAT power switched ON. 6) = Off SW4 (1 . To install one BAT module: Step 1 Unpack one BAT module as instructed in Chapter 2. 2) = Off SW2 (3 . Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 64300 3-31 . The placement of the SCF module is shown in Figure 3-17. Push the ejector handle in fully to seat the module. 2) = On Step 3 Once the DIP switch configuration is verified.Chapter 3 Installation Installation Procedures Figure 3-18 SCF Module—OSR-WE Subrack DIP Switch Configuration Front panel SCF module Rear panel 1 2 SW4 1 2 3 4 5 6 SW1 SW2 SW3 SW1 (1 . hold the SCF module so that its back edge faces the connector on the backplane. “Unpacking and Storage”. Verify that the module is right side up by checking that the logo on the module is readable from the front. Hand-tighten the two mounting screws on the SCF module. Repeat this procedure for each shelf at the site. Pull out the ejector handle on the bottom of the module and push the module in until there is some resistance. the subrack is energized with –48VDC. Place the top rear edge of the SCF module into the upper guide of the lower portion of slot 15. This can present a hazard to equipment and to personnel during the installation process. and tilt the lower edge of the module into the bottom guide of the lower portion. Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 BAT Module Installation Warning The BAT module contains two modular battery units (BATMODs). 4) = Off SW3 (5 . Slide the SCF module about three-quarters of the way into the slot.

first pull the switch outward and then reposition it. Hand-tighten the two mounting screws located at the top and bottom of the BAT module front panel. Seat the BAT module in the slot by pushing until it is secured. Close and lock the subrack door. Tilt the lower-rear edge of the module into the bottom guide of the upper portion of slot 15. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 3-32 78-12898-04 . Step 2 Step 3 Verify that the switch on each BATMOD unit is set to OFF. This module does not have ejector handles. Door Assembly To assemble the subrack door: Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Hang the subrack door on the subrack hinges and verify that the door is stable. Note When not performing installation or maintenance. The placement of the BAT module is shown in Figure 3-17. lace them and dress the wire runs as directed by local engineering procedures. reposition the switch to OFF.Chapter 3 Cable Lacing and Dressing Installation Note To change the position of a switch on a BATMOD unit. Ensure the door fingers have not been damaged. and electrical cables for the subracks have been installed. Place the top-rear edge of the BAT module into the top guide of the top portion of slot 15. ground. the doors should be closed and locked. If a switch is set to ON. Connect the yellow-green cable from the subrack to the receptacle on the door. Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Cable Lacing and Dressing When all power. Repeat this procedure for each BAT module to be installed. Verify that the subrack door opens and closes without pinching the yellow-green ground cable.

has six individual DIP switches that set the address of an Optical Subrack – ETSI (OSR-WE). before operating the system. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 4-1 .C H A P T E R 4 Setup This chapter contains procedures for setting the shelf address switches. be sure the SRADD switches in each site are set to the correct positions according to Figure 4-2. Subrack Address (SRADD) Switch Settings The Subrack Address (SRADD) switch. located on the backplane of each shelf (Figure 4-1). However. The subrack address switch settings are listed in Table 4-1. SRADD switches are preset at the factory. Note SRADD switch settings are reverse notation.

XXX. Patents: X.XXX X.XXX Figure 4-2 OFF ON Subrack Address Switch Settings OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON Shelf 1 Shelf 2 Shelf 3 Shelf 4 Shelf 5 Shelf 6 Table 4-1 Subrack Address Switch Settings Subrack (Shelf) 1 2 3 4 5 6 DIP Switches SR5 Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used SR4 Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used SR3 Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used SRADD2 ON ON ON ON OFF OFF SRADD1 ON ON OFF OFF ON ON SRADD0 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 4-2 78-12898-04 64281 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 64299 SRADD 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 . is covered by at least one of the following U.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX. and/or the system including it.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX.Chapter 4 Subrack Address (SRADD) Switch Settings Setup Figure 4-1 SRADD Switch OFF ON BAT MOD ON OFF 1 2 3 4 5 6 SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 BAT MOD ON OFF SCF MAJ MIN PWR FAN1 FAN3 FAN2 FAN4 B-CRT B-PWR B-MAJ B-MIN LED TEST This product.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX X.XXX X.S.XXX X.XXX.

Warning Do not leave open slots in the subrack. Warning All subrack front and back doors must be closed and locked when equipment is switched ON. the remaining modules must be installed and configured. Setup. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Installation.Chapter 4 Setup System Installation System Installation When the common platform installation is complete. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Configuration Manual for complete configuration instructions. All open subrack slots must be closed using the proper covers where modules are not installed. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 4-3 . and Test Manual for complete instructions.

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Verify that both BATMOD power switches in the subrack being tested are set to OFF. In the bay where the testing is to be performed. Step 1 Step 2 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 5-1 . Touching electrical connectors or other exposed circuitry inside the subrack when it is energized can cause injury to personnel. Refer to Figure 5-1 for the location of the switches. input Battery A fuses. Repeat this procedure for each shelf in a site to verify that all power connections are correct. Input Voltage Installation Check Procedure Warning A subrack is energized with –48 VDC power when either of the BATMOD units is turned ON. verify that the GMT fuses. and input Battery B fuses on the PDP are removed or that the circuit breakers are turned off.C H A P T E R 5 Test This chapter contains the procedure for testing the common platform installation. Note Carry out this entire test procedure on all shelves before installing any optical modules. The following procedure is used to verify the power connections in one shelf.

XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX X. The location of the power connector is illustrated in Figure 5-2.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX. Use a multimeter at pins 6 and 2 (BAT1– and BAT1/2+) of the backpanel power connector to check the values.XXX X. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 5-2 64305 78-12898-04 . and/or the system including it.XXX.XXX.XXX X.Chapter 5 Input Voltage Installation Check Procedure Test Figure 5-1 BAT Module Front Panel BAT MOD BAT MOD ON OFF BAT MOD ON ON OFF OFF SCF MAJ MIN PWR BAT MOD FAN1 FAN3 FAN2 FAN4 B-CRT B-PWR B-MAJ B-MIN LED TEST ON OFF This product.XXX X.XXX.S.XXX.XXX. is covered by at least one of the following U.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX. Check that the Battery A shelf voltage is within specifications for the central office battery plant (typically –48 ±5 VDC).XXX X. troubleshoot and repair as necessary.XXX. If the voltage is not within specifications.XXX X.XXX X.XXX X. Patents: X.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX Step 3 Step 4 Reinstall only the GMT and input Battery A fuses in the PDP or turn on the A-side PDP circuit breakers.XXX.

Remove the GMT and input Battery A fuses from the PDP or turn OFF the Battery A PDP circuit breakers........2. Verify that the red MAJ LED for the SCF module is on........ troubleshoot and repair as necessary.... . If the voltage is not within specifications.. VSERV+ COMM QGND GND GND D-OUT OP 1/0 BAT1 BAT2 D-IN ........ .......... Use a multimeter at pins 10 and 2 (BAT2– and BAT1/2+) of the BAT2 power connector to check the values................. ............. ...... The location of the power connector is illustrated in Figure 5-2.... Check that the Battery B subrack voltage is within specifications for the central office battery plant (typically –48 ±5 VDC)... Check that Battery A subrack voltage is within specifications (less than 1 VDC when the A-side PDP circuit breakers are turned OFF).............. ... troubleshoot and repair as necessary. If the voltage is not within specifications..... Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 Step 11 Step 12 Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 64314 5-3 ..... ... . ...... set the upper BATMOD unit power switch to ON....... Use a multimeter connected to pins 6 and 2 (BAT1– and BAT1/2+) of the BAT1 power connector to check the values................... .......... Install only the GMT and input Battery B fuses or turn ON the Battery B PDP circuit breaker.5 ALM BAT 1/2+ BAT 1– BAT 2– GNDM BAT+ BAT– Monitor ports 2 6 10 16 20 24 QA QB SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 CBUSA SRADD 1 2 3 4 5 6 . CBUSB ..... .... .. Refer to Figure 5-3 for the location of this LED.... A-IN ..... . .Chapter 5 Test Input Voltage Installation Check Procedure Figure 5-2 Shelf Power Connections 1 2 GROUND 3 4 5 OFF ON . troubleshoot and repair as necessary... RM Step 5 Check that Battery B subrack voltage is within specifications (less than 1 VDC when the B-side PDP circuit breakers are turned OFF)..... F1P1 F1P2 X........ .... Figure 5-2 illustrates the location of the power connector... ..... On the BAT module............... .. Reinstall the GMT and input Battery A fuses or turn ON the Battery A PDP circuit breakers..... ... Use a multimeter connected to pins 10 and 2 (BAT2– and BAT1/2+) of the BAT2 power connector to check the values...... If the voltage is not within specifications... Figure 5-2 illustrates the location of the power connector....

b.XXX X. This product. The fans in the pulled tray should stop running.XXX. is covered by at least one of the following U.54 cm (1 inch) from the shelf. If one or more LEDs do not light.XXX X.XXX X.XXX. All LEDs on the SCF module should light. Step 15 Test the SCF module LEDs by using a small blunt object (such as the tip of a pen) to press the LED TEST button on the front of the SCF module.XXX X.XXX X.XXX X.S.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX. Patents: X.XXX X.XXX.XXX. troubleshoot and repair as necessary.XXX.XXX X. Note SCF module technical specifications and LED indications can be found in the Subrack Common Functions (SCF) Module Handbook. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 5-4 64306 78-12898-04 .XXX X.XXX.XXX X. and/or the system including it.XXX X.XXX X.XXX Step 13 Step 14 Set the lower BATMOD unit power switch to ON. If the LED does not light.XXX.XXX. Patents: is covered by at least one of the following U. c.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX. Step 16 Remove each fan tray by unscrewing its knurled screw. Pull the tray out approximately 2.XXX X.XXX X.XXX X.XXX. The fan trays are shown at the bottom of Figure 5-3.XXX. If the LED does not dim.XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX X. troubleshoot and repair as necessary. and/or the system including it.XXX X.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX.XXX X.XXX X. a.XXX X.Chapter 5 Input Voltage Installation Check Procedure Test Figure 5-3 SCF Module Front Panel Fan trays SCF MAJ BAT MOD PWR MIN FAN1 ON OFF FAN2 FAN4 FAN3 BAT MOD B-CRT B-PWR ON OFF B-MAJ B-MIN SCF LED TEST MAJ MIN PWR FAN1 FAN3 FAN2 FAN4 B-CRT B-PWR B-MAJ B-MIN LED TEST This product.XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX X.S.XXX.XXX.XXX. Verify that the SCF module LED corresponding to the numbered FAN LED on the SCF module illuminates. Verify that the red MAJ LED on the SCF module dims. Perform the following steps to test the individual fan tray LEDs on the SCF.XXX X.XXX.XXX.XXX X.XXX X. d. troubleshoot and repair as necessary.XXX X.XXX.XXX.

Repeat this procedure on all shelves in the site. Setup. and test instructions. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 5-5 . Refer to the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Configuration Manual for complete configuration instructions. connected. and Test Manual for complete module installation. Switch OFF both BATMOD power switches on the BAT module. System Installation When the common platform testing is complete. Step 17 Step 18 Reinsert the tested fan tray and verify that both fans in the tray are running. setup.Chapter 5 Test System Installation e. configured. Repeat this step for all fan trays. Refer to the Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Installation. the remaining modules must be installed. and tested.

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The connectors that are accessible when the system is operational are located on the upper portion of the backplane (Figure 6-1). describes its function.C H A P T E R 6 Connectors and Cabling This chapter describes the electrical connectors used in the Cisco ONS 15801 system. Table 6-3 lists each module-specific connector. The rest of the connectors are located lower on the backplane. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 6-1 . behind the modules. Power Distribution Panel Connections Table 6-1 lists the power distribution panel (PDP) connections. and refers to a paragraph containing more detailed information. Table 6-2 lists each shelf-specific connector. Table 6-1 Power Distribution Panel Connections Pin Number 1 (– A) (Main) 2 (– Circuit Breaker) 3 (+ A) (Main) 4 (+ B) (Standby) 5 (+ Circuit Breaker) 6 (– B) (Standby) Voltage –48 V –48 V +48 V +48 V +48 V –48 V Connection Type (IN) (OUT) (IN) (IN) (OUT) (IN) Connection From Station Battery A – To Circuit Breaker – From Station Battery A + From Station Battery B + To Circuit Breaker + From Station Battery B – Subrack Connector and Cabling Functions The Cisco ONS 15801 system cabling connectors are located on the backplane of each OSR-WE shelf. and refers to a paragraph containing more detailed information. describes its function.

F1P1 Connector Cabling F1P2 Connector Cabling OP-I/O Connector Cabling QA RM X.... CBUSB D-IN D-OUT F1P1 F1P2 OP-I/O Function Paragraph Used in applications where monitoring of analog points co-located with the A-IN Connector Cabling shelf is requested.... and power alarms... .... Connects the control unit to external network management equipment.. VSERV+ OP I/O COMM QGND GND GND SR5 SR4 SR3 SRADD2 SRADD1 SRADD0 CBUSA SRADD 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... Connects devices to the Ethernet bus..25 Connector Cabling Table 6-3 Module-Specific Backplane Connectors Connector CMPBUS GPBUS IOCBUS LSMBUS Function Externally interfaces with the CMP-W module....... RM ALM X.. Transmits data over the F1 channel of the optical modem. .... protection bus........ Typically activates alarm indications on the top of the bay...... ....... D-OUT BAT1 BAT2 D-IN .. CBUSB Connector the same equipment bay or on adjacent equipment bays.... Used in applications where external equipment must monitor the shelf units ALM Connector Cabling directly.. control bus.......... ... .................. ........ Shuts down the lasers in applications where the optical safety scheme is implemented by external equipment.... Monitoring of the optical protection function is obtained from relay output closure...... .. Reports shelf-critical.. minor..... ......... Interfaces power........... A-IN ...25 QA Connector Cabling RMA Connector Cabling X. . CBUSB .......... Paragraph CMPBUS Connector Cabling GPBUS Connector Cabling IOCBUS Connector Cabling LSMBUS Connector Cabling Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 6-2 64301 QA 78-12898-04 ................. .... Controls on-and-off switching of local devices located in the same station of D-OUT Connector Cabling the shelf......25 Table 6-2 Shelf-Specific Backplane Connectors Connector A-IN ALM CBUSA..... F1P1 F1P2 ...........Chapter 6 Subrack Connector and Cabling Functions Connectors and Cabling Figure 6-1 ONS 15801 System OSR-WE Backplane 1 2 GROUND 3 4 5 OFFON .... . Transmits data over the F1 channel of the optical modem... slot-and-shelf identification bits.. ... Interfaces IOC and SCF modules....... Cabling Controls on-and-off switching of local devices located in the same station of D-IN Connector Cabling the shelf. Interfaces LSM 64-Kb/s channels. ........... Used in applications where the CMP-W module monitors a remote shelf on CBUSA.... bypassing the CMP-W module.. .. and auxiliary bus.. OP I/O........ major. . ...

Table 6-4 A-IN Connector Signal Functions 5 1 64272 A-IN Connector (DB09 Female) Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Function Analog Input. IOCBUS Analog Input. IOCBUS Analog Input Ground.Chapter 6 Connectors and Cabling Station Cabling Station Cabling This chapter provides the pinouts. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 6-3 . Note A module must be installed in a slot to activate the alarms. install the station cabling as shown in Figure 6-2. and signals of the ONS 15801 system backplane connectors. IOCBUS Analog Input. Pinouts for the A-IN connector are listed in Table 6-4. IOCBUS Analog Input. Pinouts for the connector are listed in Table 6-5. IOCBUS Analog Input. IOCBUS 9 6 Signal A-IN1 A-IN2 A-IN3 A-IN4 A-IN5 A-INGND A-IN6 A-IN7 A-IN8 ALM Connector Cabling The ALM connector is used in applications where external equipment must monitor the shelves directly. Refer to the specific module handbooks for details. For remote alarms. bypassing the CMP-W module. functions. IOCBUS Analog Input. IOCBUS Analog Input. IOCBUS Analog Input. A-IN Connector Cabling The A-IN connector is used in applications that monitor analog points co-located with the shelf.

Chapter 6 Station Cabling Connectors and Cabling Table 6-5 ALM Connector Signal Functions 19 1 64275 ALM Connector (DB37 Female) Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Function Major Alarm—Slot 1 Minor Alarm—Slot 1 Major Alarm—Slot 2 Minor Alarm—Slot 2 Major Alarm—Slot 3 Minor Alarm—Slot 3 Major Alarm—Slot 4 Minor Alarm—Slot 4 Major Alarm—Slot 5 Minor Alarm—Slot 5 Major Alarm—Slot 6 Minor Alarm—Slot 6 Major Alarm—Slot 7 Minor Alarm—Slot 7 Major Alarm—Slot 8 Minor Alarm—Slot 8 Major Alarm—Slot 9 Minor Alarm—Slot 9 Major Alarm—Slot 10 Signal MAJ1 MIN1 MAJ2 MIN2 MAJ3 MIN3 MAJ4 MIN4 MAJ5 MIN5 MAJ6 MIN6 MAJ7 MIN7 MAJ8 MIN8 MAJ9 MIN9 MAJ10 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 20 Pin Number Function Minor Alarm—Slot 10 Major Alarm—Slot 11 Minor Alarm—Slot 11 Major Alarm—Slot 12 Minor Alarm—Slot 12 Major Alarm—Slot 13 Minor Alarm—Slot 13 Major Alarm—Slot 14 Minor Alarm—Slot 14 Major Alarm—Slot 15 Minor Alarm—Slot 15 Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Signal MIN10 MAJ11 MIN11 MAJ12 MIN12 MAJ13 MIN13 MAJ14 MIN14 MAJ15 MIN15 NC NC NC NC NC NC NC Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 6-4 78-12898-04 .

Chapter 6 Connectors and Cabling Station Cabling Figure 6-2 ALM Connector Cabling Typical Alarm Signal Path Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4 Slot 5 Slot 6 Slot 7 Slot 8 Slot 9 Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12 Slot 13 Slot 14 Slot 15 ALM Connector Station Cabling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Major 1 Minor 1 Major 2 Minor 2 Major 3 Minor 3 Major 4 Minor 4 Major 5 Minor 5 Major 6 Minor 6 Major 7 Minor 7 Major 8 Minor 8 Major 9 Minor 9 Major 10 Minor 10 Major 11 Minor 11 Major 12 Minor 12 Major 13 Minor 13 Major 14 Minor 14 Major 15 Minor 15 Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Common alarms Alarm System Typical -V 37 Common alarms slots 1 – 17 . CBUSB Connector Cabling The CBUSA and CBUSB connectors are used in applications where the CMP-W module monitors remote shelves in the same bay or in adjacent bays. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 6-5 . Unused CBUS connectors must be terminated with external 130-ohm terminations between pins 1 and 2 and between pins 3 and 4. Pinouts for the connectors are given in Table 6-6. CBUSAGND can be connected to SIGGND with an optional jumper cable in the SCF module. Ground (CBUSAGND) is managed from the SCF module. If only one subrack is controlled from a CMP-W. both CBUSA and CBUSB connectors have to be terminated with external 130-ohm resistors. Typical 64315 CBUSA.

Slot 1/15 CMPBUS Connector Cabling The CMPBUS bus links the CMP module to connectors X. Slot 1/15 NC. Slot 1/15 NC.Chapter 6 Station Cabling Connectors and Cabling Table 6-6 CBUSA and CBUSB Connector Signal Functions 5 1 64272 CBUSA. Pinouts are shown in Table 6-7. Table 6-7 CMPBUS Connector Signal Functions Pin 2 6 10 Pin Signal For 10Base2 Ethernet For 10Base2 Ethernet Not Used Signal Pin Signal Pin Signal Pin D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 Signal RTS/CTS NC DCD NC X25-DRXA NC X25-CTSA NC X25-DCDA NC NC Pin Signal B15 DRX B16 NC B17 DSR B18 NC B19 X25-DTXB B20 NC B21 X25-RTSB B22 NC B23 X25-DSR B24 NC B25 NC C15 SIGGND C16 NC C17 SIGGND C18 NC C19 SIGGND C20 NC C21 SIGGND C22 NC C23 SIGGND C24 NC C25 NC E15 RTS/CTS E16 NC E17 RI E18 NC E19 X25-DRXB E20 NC E21 X25-CTSB E22 NC E23 X25-DCDB E24 NC E25 NC A15 DTX A16 NC A17 DTR A18 NC A19 X25-DTXA A20 NC A21 X25-RTSA A22 NC A23 X25-DTR A24 NC A25 NC Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 6-6 78-12898-04 . Slot 1/15 NC. CBUSB Connector (DB09 Female) Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Function Control Bus Positive Control Bus Negative Enable Bus Positive Enable Bus Negative Ground 9 6 Signal CBUSA+ CBUSAEBUSA+ EBUSACBUSAGND ABUS0 ABUS1 ABUS2 ABUS3 NC (Not Connected).25 and F. The CMPBUS connector provides an external interface with the CMP-W module.

IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input.Chapter 6 Connectors and Cabling Station Cabling D-IN Connector Cabling The D-IN connector controls on-and-off switching of local devices located in the same station of the shelf. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Signal D-IN1 D-IN2 D-IN3 D-IN4 D-IN5 D-IN6 D-IN7 D-IN8 D-IN9 D-IN10 D-IN11 D-IN12 D-IN13 D-IN14 D-IN15 D-IN16 D-IN17 D-IN18 D-IN19 Pin Number 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 20 Function Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. Table 6-8 D-IN Connector Signal Functions 19 1 64275 D-IN Connector (DB37 Female) Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Function Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input Ground. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input Ground. IOCBUS Digital Input Ground. The D-OUT connector works with the D-IN connector in the “D-IN Connector Cabling” section. Pinouts are shown in Table 6-8. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Signal D-IN20 D-IN21 D-IN22 D-IN23 D-IN24 D-IN25 D-IN26 D-IN27 D-IN28 D-IN29 D-IN30 D-IN31 D-IN32 NC D-INGND D-INGND D-INGND D-INGND D-OUT Connector Cabling The D-OUT connector controls on-and-off switching of local devices located in the same station of the shelf. IOCBUS Digital Input. Pinouts are shown in Table 6-9. IOCBUS Digital Input. The D-IN connector works with the D-OUT connector in the “D-OUT Connector Cabling” section. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Not Connected Digital Input Ground. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 6-7 . IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input. IOCBUS Digital Input.

IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. Common F1P1 Connector Cabling The F1P1 connector transmits data over the F1 channel of the optical modem. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. Common Relay Output.Chapter 6 Station Cabling Connectors and Cabling Table 6-9 D-OUT Connector Signal Functions 13 1 64274 D-OUT Connector (DB25 Female) Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Function 25 14 Signal D-OUT1 D-OUT2 D-OUT3 D-OUT4 D-OUT5 D-OUT6 D-OUT7 D-OUT8 D-OUT9 D-OUT10 D-OUT11 D-OUT12 D-OUT13 D-OUT14 D-OUT15 D-OUT16 D-OUT17 D-OUT18 D-OUT19 D-OUT20 DC_FAIL IND HD_FAIL COMMON COMMON Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. Pinouts are shown in Table 6-10. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 6-8 78-12898-04 . IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output. IOCBUS Relay Output.

Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 6-9 .Chapter 6 Connectors and Cabling Station Cabling Table 6-10 F1P1 Connector Signal Functions 8 1 64273 F1P1 Connector (DB15 Female) Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Function Mechanical Ground Transmit Data Positive 15 9 Signal GNDM D+TXF1E DTR+F1E D+RXF1E NC C+RXF1E C+TXF1E SIGGND D-TXF1E DTR-F1E D-RXF1E NC C-RXF1E C-TXF1E NC Data Terminal Ready Positive Receive Data Positive Not Connected Receive Timing Positive Transmit Timing Positive Signal Ground Transmit Data Negative Data Terminal Ready Negative Receive Data Negative Not Connected Receive Timing Negative Transmit Timing Negative Not Connected F1P2 Connector Cabling The F1P2 connector also transmits data over the F1 channel of the optical modem. Pinouts are shown in Table 6-11.

OP I/O.Chapter 6 Station Cabling Connectors and Cabling Table 6-11 F1P2 Connector Signal Functions 8 1 64273 F1P2 Connector (DB15 Female) Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Function Mechanical Ground Transmit Data Positive 15 9 Signal GNDM D+TXF1W DTR+F1W D+RXF1W NC C+RXF1W C+TXF1W SIGGND D-TXF1W DTR-F1W D-RXF1W NC C-RXF1W C-TXF1W NC Data Terminal Ready Positive Receive Data Positive Not Connected Receive Timing Positive Transmit Timing Positive Signal Ground Transmit Data Negative Data Terminal Ready Negative Receive Data Negative Not Connected Receive Timing Negative Transmit Timing Negative Not Connected GPBUS Connector Cabling Pinouts for the GPBUS are shown in Table 6-12. slot and shelf identification bits. The GPBUS interfaces power. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 6-10 78-12898-04 . and auxiliary bus. control bus. Slot address pin connections are shown in Table 6-13. protection bus.

and ADD7 are connected and used from the SCF module. As a result. Note ADD5. The table expresses values as a function of the slot numbers.Chapter 6 Connectors and Cabling Station Cabling Table 6-12 GPBUS Connector Signal Functions Pin 2 6 10 Pin A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 Signal GND BATBAT+ Signal MAJ NC NC PBUS0 PBUS5 LEDTEST ADD0 NC SRADD0 ABUS0 CBUS+ Pin B15 B16 B17 B18 B19 B20 B21 B22 B23 B24 B25 Signal MIN NC NC PBUS1 PBUS6 NC ADD1 NC SRADD1 ABUS1 CBUS– Pin C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 Signal OPOUT NC NC PBUS2 PBUS7 NC ADD2 NC SRADD2 ABUS2 NC Pin D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 Signal COMMON NC NC PBUS3 PBUS8 NC ADD3 SR3 NC ABUS3 EBUS+ Pin E15 E16 E17 E18 E19 E20 E21 E22 E23 E24 E25 Signal OPIN OPINGND NC PBUS4 PBUS9 SR5 ADD4 SR4 NC NC EBUS– Note Slot 15 has no OPIN or OPOUT connections. the connection is different for each slot—except for slot 15—which is differentiated by ADD4. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 6-11 . Note ADD0 through ADD3 pins are used to identify each slot in the shelf. ADD6.

Pinouts are shown in Table 6-14. D-IN. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 6-12 78-12898-04 . RMA. D-OUT.Chapter 6 Station Cabling Connectors and Cabling Table 6-13 Slot Number to Address Number ADD0 SLOT 1 SLOT 2 SLOT 3 SLOT 4 SLOT 5 SLOT 6 SLOT 7 SLOT 8 SLOT 9 SLOT 10 SLOT 11 SLOT 12 SLOT 13 SLOT 14 SLOT 15 GND NC GND NC GND NC GND NC GND NC GND NC GND NC GND ADD1 GND GND NC NC GND GND NC NC GND GND NC NC GND GND NC ADD2 GND GND GND GND NC NC NC NC GND GND GND GND NC NC NC ADD3 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND NC NC NC NC NC NC NC ADD4 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND ADD5 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 SRADD0 ADD6 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 SRADD1 ADD7 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 SRADD2 IOCBUS Connector Cabling The IOCBUS connects the IOC or the SCF module to the A-IN. and RMB connectors.

Chapter 6 Connectors and Cabling Station Cabling Table 6-14 IOCBUS Connector Signal Functions Pin A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 Signal VSERV– COMM VSERV+ B-CRITICAL COMM D-OUT1 D-OUT6 D-OUT11 D-OUT16 Pin B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 Signal VSERV– COMM VSERV+ B-MAJOR COMM D-OUT2 D-OUT7 D-OUT12 D-OUT17 Pin C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 Signal VSERV– COMM VSERV+ B-MINOR COMM D-OUT3 D-OUT8 D-OUT13 D-OUT18 Pin D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 Signal VSERV– COMM VSERV+ B-POWER COMM D-OUT4 D-OUT9 D-OUT14 D-OUT19 COMM COMM D-IN4 D-IN9 D-IN14 D-IN19 D-IN24 D-IN29 COMM D-INGND A-INGND A-IN4 A-IN8 Pin E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 Signal VSERV– COMM VSERV+ COMM COMM D-OUT5 D-OUT10 D-OUT15 D-OUT20 A10 DC-FAIL A11 COMM A15 D-IN1 A16 D-IN6 A17 D-IN11 A18 D-IN16 A19 D-IN21 A20 D-IN26 A21 D-IN31 A22 D-INGND A23 A-INGND A24 A-IN1 A25 A-IN5 B10 IND B11 COMM B15 D-IN2 B16 D-IN7 B17 D-IN12 B18 D-IN17 B19 D-IN22 B20 D-IN27 B21 D-IN32 B22 D-INGND B23 A-INGND B24 A-IN2 B25 A-IN6 C10 HD-FAIL C11 COMM C15 D-IN3 C16 D-IN8 C17 D-IN13 C18 D-IN18 C19 D-IN23 C20 D-IN28 C21 COMM C22 D-INGND C23 A-INGND C24 A-IN3 C25 A-IN7 E10 COMM E11 COMM E15 D-IN5 E16 D-IN10 E17 D-IN15 E18 D-IN20 E19 D-IN25 E20 D-IN30 E21 COMM E22 D-INGND E23 A-INGND E24 COMM E25 COMM LSMBUS Connector Cabling The LSMBUS connects the LSM-W module to the EIO-W module and to connectors F1P1 and F1P2. Pinouts are shown in Table 6-15. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 6-13 .

Not complying with these specifications can cause the amplifiers to shut down. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 6-14 78-12898-04 .Chapter 6 Station Cabling Connectors and Cabling Table 6-15 LSMBUS Connector Signal Functions Pin A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 Signal D+RXE1E S+RXE1E D+TXE1E NC D+RXE1W S+RXE1W D+TXE1W NC D+RXE2E Pin B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 Signal D–RXE1E S–RXE1E D–TXE1E NC D–RXE1W S–RXE1W D–TXE1W NC D–RXE2E Pin C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 Signal RING DTR+E1E DTR-E1E NC NC DTR+E1W DTR-E1W NC NC Pin D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 Signal C+RXE1E S+TXE1E C+TXE1E NC C+RXE1W S+TXE1W C+TXE1W NC C+RXE2E S+TXE2E C+TXE2E C+RXE2W S+TXE2W C+TXE2W NC C+RXF1E S+TXF1E C+TXF1E SIGGND C+RXF1W S+TXF1W C+TXF1W Pin E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 Signal C–RXE1E S–TXE1E C–TXE1E NC C–RXE1W S–TXE1W C–TXE1W NC C–RXE2E A10 S+RXE2E A11 D+TXE2E A15 D+RXE2W A16 S+RXE2W A17 D+TXE2W A18 NC A19 D+RXF1E A20 S+RXF1E A21 D+TXF1E A22 SIGGND A23 D+RXF1W A24 S+RXF1W A25 D+TXF1W B10 S–RXE2E B11 D–TXE2E B15 D–RXE2W B16 S–RXE2W B17 D–TXE2W B18 NC B19 D–RXF1E B20 S–RXF1E B21 D–TXF1E B22 SIGGND B23 D–RXF1W B24 S–RXF1W B25 D–TXF1W C10 DTR+E2E C11 DTR-E2E C15 NC C16 DTR+E2W C17 DTR-E2W C18 NC C19 NC C20 DTR+F1E C21 DTR-F1E C22 SIGGND C23 NC C24 DTR+F1W C25 DTR-F1W E10 S–TXE2E E11 C–TXE2E E15 C–RXE2W E16 S–TXE2W E17 C–TXE2W E18 NC E19 C-RXF1E E20 S–TXF1E E21 C–TXF1E E22 SIGGND E23 C–RXF1W E24 S–TXF1W E25 C–TXF1W OP-I/O Connector Cabling Note The OP-I/O driving circuit (including cable) must have serial resistance of less than 8 ohms and maximum capacitance of less than 1 nF. The OP-I/O connector shuts down lasers in applications where optical safety is implemented by external equipment. Pinouts are shown in Table 6-16. The optical protection function is monitored from relay output closure.

Slot 4 Digital Input. Slot 8 Relay Output. GPBUS Digital Input Common. Slot 8 Digital Input. Slot 10 Digital Input. Slot 1 Relay Output. The QA connector can be connected to ground through the QGND pin of the GROUND connector. Slot 9 Relay Output. Slot 13 Digital Input. Slot 5 Digital Input. Slot 3 Digital Input. Slot 4 Relay Output. Slot 5 Relay Output. Slot 6 Digital Input. Slot 14 Relay Output. Slot 2 Relay Output. Slot 13 Relay Output. Cisco ONS 15801 DWDM System Common Platform Installation Manual 78-12898-04 6-15 . Slot 12 Relay Output. Slot 10 Signal OPIN1 OPOUT1 OPIN2 OPOUT2 OPIN3 OPOUT3 OPIN4 OPOUT4 OPIN5 OPOUT5 OPIN6 OPOUT6 OPIN7 OPOUT7 OPIN8 OPOUT8 OPIN9 OPOUT9 OPIN10 Pin Number 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 20 Function Relay Output. Slot 6 Relay Output. and any external unit with an Ethernet interface can be connected to the bus. GPBUS Relay Output Common. Slot 7 Relay Output. All the CMP-W modules linked in network management architectures are connected to the bus. Slot 11 Digital Input.Chapter 6 Connectors and Cabling Station Cabling Table 6-16 OP-I/O Connector Signal Functions 19 1 64275 OP-I/O Connector (DB37 Female) Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Function Digital Input. The bus is virtually extended to remote locations via the optical modem. It is used to connect any device to the Ethernet bus. Slot 2 Digital Input. Slot 3 Relay Output. Slot 12 Digital Input. GPBUS Relay Output Common. GPBUS Signal OPOUT10 OPIN11 OPOUT11 OPIN12 OPOUT12 OPIN13 OPOUT13 OPIN14 OPOUT14 NC NC NC NC NC OPINGND OPINGND COMM COMM QA Connector Cabling The QA BNC female connector provides the Q interface. Slot 7 Digital Input. It can also be used for communication with network management at the Network Operations Center (NOC). Slot 9 Digital Input. Slot 14 Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected Digital Input Common. Slot 11 Relay Output. which is on the backplane. Slot 1 Digital Input.

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RMA Connector Cabling
The RMA connector is the alarm interface on the bay. The RMA connector reports shelf-critical, major, minor, and power alarms. They typically activate alarm indications on the top of the bay. Pinouts are shown in Table 6-17.
Table 6-17 RMA Connector Signal Functions

5

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RMA Connector (DB09 Female) Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Function

9

6

Signal VSERV+ B-POWER B-MINOR B-MAJOR NC VSERV– RING B-CRITICAL GNDM

Ground of Rack Alarm Relay and Auxiliary Power Positive Rack Alarm Relay Rack Alarm Relay Rack Alarm Relay Not Connected Auxiliary Power Negative Received Called Relay Rack Alarm Relay Mechanical Ground

X.25 Connector Cabling
The X.25 connector interfaces the CMP-W module and the external network management equipment. Pinouts are shown in Table 6-18.

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Table 6-18 X.25 Connector Signal Functions

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25

14

Signal GNDM X25-DTXA X25-DRXA X25-RTSA X25-CTSA X25-DSR SIGGND X25-DCDA NC X25-DCDB NC NC X25-CTSB X25-DTXB NC X25-DRXB NC NC X25-RTSB X25-DTR NC NC SIGGND NC NC

Clear to Send + (Ready for Sending) Data Set Ready Signal Ground Data Carrier Detect + (Data Channel Received Line Signal Detector) Not Connected Data Carrier Detect – (Data Channel Received Line Signal Detector) Not Connected Not Connected Clear to Send – (Ready for Sending) Transmitted Data – Not Connected Received Data – Not Connected Not Connected Request to Send – Data Terminal Ready Not Connected Not Connected Signal Ground Not Connected Not Connected

PC–to–ONS 15801 System Connection
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If addressable by the PC, serial ports COM 3 and COM 4 can also be used to connect to the ONS 15801 system.

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A PC can be used to perform local maintenance and provisioning for the ONS 15801 system. Normally, a 9-pin–to–9-pin RS-232 connector cable is used to connect the PC COM 1 or COM 2 serial port to the connector on the top-left front of shelf 1 (Figure 6-3). However, when only a 25-pin serial port is available on the PC, a 9-pin–to–25-pin RS-232 connector cable can be used to make the connection. If this is the case, the cable must be wired according to the information in Table 6-19 and in Figure 6-4.
Figure 6-3 PC Connection to an OSR-WE Subrack

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