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This document has 51 pages. Summary of changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 1 2 3 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 5 5.1 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4 5.2 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.3.1 6.3.2 6.3.3 6.3.4 6.3.5 7 8 8.1 8.1.1 8.1.2 8.2 8.2.1 8.2.2 8.2.3 8.2.4 8.2.5 8.3 8.3.1 8.3.2 8.3.3 Overview of site requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Technical specifications for MGW and RNC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 General hardware platform requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Equipment room requirements for MGW and RNC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MGW and RNC co-sited with other network elements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cable support constructions for network elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lighting in the equipment rooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spare parts and documentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Site power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DC power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General requirements for DC power supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Requirements for the power supply cables (DC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Central power supply overcurrent protection for the cabinets . . . . . . . . Batteries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AC power supply to auxiliary equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grounding and bonding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Requirements for grounding cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grounding of EC216 and IC186/-B cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Site grounding arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Overview of site grounding and bonding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grounding of external interface cables in STAR-IBN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grounding of external interface cables in MESH-IBN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grounding of external interface cables in MESH-BN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grounding of external interface cables in CBN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 19 21 22 22 23 24 24 24 26 28 29 30 30 30 31 31 31 33 34 35

Electromagnetic compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Operational environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Standards for environmental requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ETSI and IEC standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NEBS standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conditions during operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Climatic conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chemical impurities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Acoustic noise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mechanical conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conditions during transportation and storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Climatic conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mechanical conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Moving and mounting the cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 37 37 38 38 38 39 39 41 42 42 42 43 43

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Ventilation in the equipment rooms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Specifications of interfaces to the environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 PDH TDM interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 SDH STM-1 interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 SONET OC-3 interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Ethernet/LAN interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 External synchronisation interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 External HW alarm interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 USB connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 RS232 connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Conversion between metric and imperial measures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

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Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 Figure 7 Figure 8 Figure 9 Dimensions of the EC216 and EC213/-A cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Dimensions of the IC186/-B and IC183-B cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Layout example: common installation site for network elements. . . . . . 20 Installations of IPA2800 network elements at the ends of DX 200 DX MSCi cabinet rows (example) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 General power distribution principle for the network elements . . . . . . . 23 Release curves of 30-A circuit breakers of CPD120-A . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Release curves of 20-A circuit breakers of CPD80-B / CPD80-A / CPD80 27 Ventilation in the equipment room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Ventilation in the equipment room, with raised floor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

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. . . . . . . . 47 SONET OC-3 interface specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Limits for temperature during transportation and storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Conversion factors from metric to imperial measurement units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 TDM E1 balanced/unbalanced interface specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC List of tables Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4 Table 5 Table 6 Table 7 Table 8 Table 9 Table 10 Table 11 Table 12 Table 13 Table 14 Table 15 Table 16 Table 17 Table 18 Table 19 Table 20 Table 21 Table 22 Table 23 Table 24 Table 25 Table 26 Rated power consumption for MGW and RNC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 External synchronisation interface specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 6 Id:0900d805808219ce Confidential DN99575461 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Pin order of the RS232 connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 LAN interface specifications . . . 37 Limits for temperature and humidity during operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Examples for maximum cable lengths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 External alarm panel interfaces . . . . . . . 46 TDM T1 interface specifications . . . . . . . 43 Dimensions of shipping crates for IPA2800 cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Chemically active substances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 USB connector . . . . 11 Examples of maximum operating power consumption for MGW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Examples of maximum operating power consumption for RNC . . . . . . . . . . 29 ETSI standards defining the environmental requirements for the network elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Mechanical stress allowed during transportation . 50 Conversion factors from imperial to metric length measurement units . . . . 46 TDM JT1 interface specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 SDH STM-1 interface specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 IEC standards defining the environmental requirements for the network elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Mechanical conditions allowed during operation . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Maximum load per supply cable size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Power consumption of peripheral devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Changes in issue 7-3 Documentation changes: MGW power consumption figures and minimum fuse ratings in chapter Technical specifications for MGW and RNC have been updated. only DC/I is allowed. Changes in issue 6-1 Added information on U4 operating power consumption for MGW. Therefore. with raised floor.0. 5 Site power supply. In NEBS environment. Changes in issue 5-2 Technical specifications for MGW and RNC has been updated with rated and operational power consumption values for MGW and RNC. Made some corrections and further clarified the difference between the rated and operating power consumptions. Changes in issue 7-1 Documentation changes:Power consumption figures in chapter Technical specifications for MGW and RNC have been updated. Changes in issue 6-0 Rated power consumption was clarified to be a theoretical value and not a representation of an actual maximum configuration.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Summary of changes Summary of changes Changes between document issues are cumulative. 6 Grounding and bonding. Changes in issue 7-0 U4. 8 Operational environment have been updated to reflect the latest standards and requirements. 3 General hardware platform requirements. DN99575461 Id:0900d80580821ac3 Confidential 7 . Changes in issue 6-2 Updated a standard. Minor editorial corrections. Information in chapter Conditions during operation updated.2 changes: Added new cabling cabinet variant EC213-A. Changes in issue 7-2 Chapters 2 Technical specifications for MGW and RNC. Documentation changes:Power consumption figures in chapter Technical specifications for MGW and RNC have been updated. the latest document issue contains all changes made to previous issues. Ventilation in the equipment rooms was clarified to include only the ventilation graphics for IPA2800 cabinets: ventilation in the equipment room and ventilation in the equipment room. 7 Electromagnetic compatibility. Removed "Nokia" and replaced it with Nokia Siemens Networks where necessary. Changes in issue 7-4 RNC power consumption figures in chapter Technical specifications for MGW and RNC have been updated to include RN6.

from Installation Site Requirements for IPA2800 Network Elements. The contents of section Electrical environment of chapter Environmental requirements were moved to a new chapter Electromagnetic compatibility. Chapter Specifications of interfaces to the environment was added. Imperial measures were removed throughout the document. Changes in issue 5-1 Editorial changes. • • • 8 Id:0900d80580821ac3 Confidential DN99575461 . section Conditions during transportation and storage: updated the temperatures in the table Limits for temperature during transportation and storage. Changes in issue 4-1 Added a new chapter. and a new chapter Conversion between metric and imperial measures was added at the end of the document. Chapter Operational environment.Summary of changes Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Corrected the cable length for the 1000Base-LX single-mode cable from 220 m to 5000 m in table LAN interface specifications. Main changes were: • Chapter Environmental requirements was renamed to Operational environment. Added a table for SONET OC-3 interfaces to the chapter Interfaces to the environment. affecting the chapters: • • • • • Technical specifications for MGW and RNC Equipment room requirements Site power supply Grounding and bonding Operational environment Added also USB connectors to the chapter Specifications of interfaces to the environment. Detailed information on the grounding of the cabinets was moved to document Installing the MGW and RNC. after the Overview of site requirements. Changes in issue 4-0 Editorial and structural corrections were made to improve the usability of the document. Changes in issue 5-0 Changed the document name to Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC. The main change in content is the addition of the new cabinets EC216 and EC213. Added a statement about the Restrictions on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) to the end of the chapter General hardware platform requirements. Technical specifications for MGW and RNC.

however. EC213/-A (MGW only). In MGW the 2100 mm high cabinets EC216 and EC213/-A can be installed alongside the 1800 mm high cabinets IC186/-B and IC183. For installation details. DN99575461 Id:0900d80580577046 Confidential 9 . Radio Network Controller (RNC) and Multimedia Gateway (MGW). Cabinet types MGW and RNC use cabinet types EC216. The hardware of the Radio Network Controller and the Multimedia Gateway are discussed in the network-element-specific sections in Engineering for Radio Network Controller (RNC) and Engineering for Multimedia Gateway (MGW). IC186/-B and IC183B. The subjects covered do not. see Installing the MGW and RNC.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Overview of site requirements 1 Overview of site requirements The Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC provides installation site information needed for the installation planning for the IPA2800 network elements. include the installation planning instructions for the site power supply equipment or for the PCM and alarm distribution frames.

but they can be used for planning site power feed (fuses and cables). ETS 300 019-1-2. fully equipped 350 kg EC213/-A 100 kg IC186/-B Cabinet maximum weight.Technical specifications for MGW and RNC Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC 2 Technical specifications for MGW and RNC Cabinet dimensions EC216 Dimensions (H x W x D) Foot adjustment 2100 x 600 x 600 mm –25 mm to +40 mm EC213/-A 2100 x 300 x 600 mm –25 mm to +40 mm IC186/-B Dimensions (H x W x D) Foot adjustment 1800 x 600 x 600 mm –25 mm to +40 mm IC183-B 1800 x 300 x 600 mm –25 mm to +40 mm Weight EC216 Cabinet maximum weight. fully equipped 230 kg IC183-B 80 – 90 kg Environment Safety Earthquake resistance Environmental requirements EMC emission EMC immunity EN 60950-1. UL 60950-1 Telcordia GR-63-CORE. Zone 4 ETS 300 019-1-1. ETS 300 019-1-3. The table below presents the rated power consumption for EC216 and IC186/-B. Telcordia GR-1089-CORE EN 300 386. These values do not represent the network element power consumption in normal operation. Telcordia GR-1089-CORE Power consumption Rated power consumption Rated power consumption values are nominal values that have been calculated on the basis of the theoretical maximum power consumption of the cabinet type. Telcordia GR-63-CORE EN 300 386. 10 Id:0900d80580821ac7 Confidential DN99575461 .

Power supply Cabinet EC216 Nominal voltage DC –48 V Min. rectifier planning.0 / U4.0 RN2.2 RN2. Maximum operating power consumption values are based on maximum traffic.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Technical specifications for MGW and RNC Cabinet EC216 IC186/-B Maximum per cabinet 4800 W 3600 W Table 1 Rated power consumption for MGW and RNC Operating power consumption Operating power consumption values are based on measurements with application SW installed and running in the network element.2 U4. Power consumption in IDLE state is approximately 5 % lower than the maximum operating power consumption.0 U4. These values are useful for estimating heat dissipation. battery back-up planning.1 Table 3 1) Examples of maximum operating power consumption for RNC Values for RN6. site cooling planning.0 1) RN5.1 U3C U3A Table 2 Examples of maximum operating power consumption for MGW Cabinet EC216 EC216 EC216 EC216 IC186/-B RNAC 4379 W 3900 W 2600 W 2500 W 1950 W RNBC 4772 W 4198 W 2800 W 2800 W 2300 W Network element used for measurement RN6. The maximum operating power consumption values listed below are examples. fuse rating 125 A DN99575461 Id:0900d80580821ac7 Confidential 11 .0 RN4.0 release level are calculated estimates. the type of traffic in the network element can affect the measurement result. For example. Cabinet EC216 EC216 EC216 EC216 IC186/-B CAMA 3130 W 2500 W 2300 W 2070 W 1780 W CAMB 3580 W 3580 W 3580 W 3580 W 3580 W CAMC 2100 W 2000 W 2100 W 2340 W 2030 W Network element used for measurement U5. and dimensioning.

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second edition. 2008 Information technology equipment . (2005-04) Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM). issue 4 Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Safety – Generic Criteria for Network Telecommunications Equipment IEC 61000-4-5. 1997 + A1:2001 + A2:2002 Information technology equipment .3. Part 2: Operated by direct current (dc) ANSI T1.Immunity characteristics . issue 4. June 2007 Network Equipment-Building System (NEBSTM) Criteria Levels Equipment safety IEC 60950-1.Part 1: General requirements EN 60950-1. Power supplyinterface at the input to telecommunications equipment.3. 2007 Information technology equipment .Safety .Limits and methods of measurement CISPR24.20. Second Edition.Surge immunity test CISPR22. V2. May 2nd. Part 15.Part 1: General Requirements UL 60950-1 First Edition.2.Safety .Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC General hardware platform requirements 3 General hardware platform requirements Listed below are the international specifications and recommendations which form the basis for the requirements for the hardware.6. 2008 Edition EMC ETSI EN 300 386.Limits and methods of measurement ITU-T Recommendation K.2.Part 1: General requirements Telcordia GR-1089-CORE. 2005 Information technology equipment . Telecommunication network equipment ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements CFR 47 Code of Federal Regulations.Radio disturbance characteristics.315. 2001 Voltage Levels for DC-powered Equipment Used in the Telecommunications Environment DN99575461 Id:0900d8058079e7b3 Confidential 13 . Radio Frequency Devices National Electrical Code Telcordia GR-1089-CORE. V1. General Telcordia SR-3580. Ed.. 2005-11 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). 2006 Information technology equipment . (2007-10) Equipment Engineering (EE). issue 3. Part 45: Testing and measurement techniques .Safety . June 2006 Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Safety – Generic Criteria for Network Telecommunications Equipment NFPA 70. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Title 47 Revised October 2008. 04/2008 Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in a telecommunications centre to overvoltages and overcurrents Power feed ETSI EN 300 132-2.

March 2006. (2003-04) Equipment Engineering (EE).27.2.1. Acoustic noise emitted by telecommunications equipment Earthquake Telcordia GR-63-CORE.825 (03/2000) The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based on the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) ITU T Recommendation I.4.703.1.4.432. (2003-04) Equipment Engineering Environmental conditions and environmental tests for telecommunications equipment Part 1-2: Transportation ETSI EN 300 019-1-3. 03/2006 Optical interfaces for equipments and systems relating to the synchronous digital hierarchy ITU T Recommendation G. (2004-07) Equipment Engineering (EE). March 2006 tection NEBSTM Requirements: Physical Pro- ETSI EN 300 753. (2009-03) Equipment engineering (EE). V2. V2.1.105.1. V1.2. Earthing and bonding of telecommunications equipment in telecommunication centres ITU-T K. Environmental conditions and environmental tests for telecommunications equipment Part 1-3: Stationary use at weather protected locations Telcordia GR-63-CORE. issue 4.957.06.2.2 (02/1999) B-ISDN user-network interface – Physical layer specification: 155 520 kbit/s and 622 080 kbit/s operation ANSI T1. Zone 4 Physical Protection Interfaces PDH/TDM (E1/T1/J1) requirements: ITU-T Recommendation G. 05/96 Protection against Interference. Environmental conditions and environmental tests for telecommunications equipment Part 1-1: Storage ETSI EN 300 019-1-2. 11/2001 chical digital interfaces STM-1/OC-3 requirements: ITU-T Recommendation G.General hardware platform requirements Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Earthing (grounding) and bonding ETSI EN 300 253. 1996 Telecommunications . V2. Bonding Configurations and Earthing inside a Telecommunication Building Telcordia GR-1089-CORE. Issue 3. issue 3. June 2006 Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Safety – Generic Criteria for Network Telecommunications Equipment Environmental endurance ETSI EN 300 019-1-1.Physical Layer Specifications LAN requirements: Physical/electrical characteristics of hierarNEBSTM Requirements: 14 Id:0900d8058079e7b3 Confidential DN99575461 .Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) . V2.1. (2002-04) Equipment Engineering (EE).

and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) in electrical and electronic equipment put on the market after 1 July 2006.Part 3: Physical damage to structures and life hazard IEC 62305-4. mercury. First edition 2006-01 ciples IEC 62305-2. The directive applies to the use of lead.Part 2: Risk managePhysical/electrical characteristics of hierar- IEC 62305-3. polybrominated biphenyls (PBB). with the crossed-out wheeled bin symbol indicating separate collection of electrical and electronic equipment and the date of placing on the market. First edition 2006-01 Protection against lightning . First edition 2006-01 ment Protection against lightning .3.Part 4: Electrical and electronic systems within structures RoHS Nokia Siemens Networks MGW and WCDMA RNC comply with the European Union RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. DN99575461 Id:0900d8058079e7b3 Confidential 15 .Part 1: General prinProtection against lightning . First edition 2006-01 Protection against lightning . WEEE Nokia Siemens Networks MGW and WCDMA RNC comply with the European Union WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) Directive 2002/96/EC. hexavalent chromium. 1995 Fibre Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) . cadmium.263. the product shall bear the marking indicating producer of the product. 11/2001 chical digital interfaces Telecommunication site IEC 62305-1. 2008 Standard for Information technology -specific requirements .703.Token Ring Twisted Pair Physical Layer Medium Dependent (TP-PMD) Synchronization requirements: ITU-T Recommendation G.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC General hardware platform requirements IEEE 802.Part 3: Carrier sense multiple access with collision detection (CSMA/CD) access method and physical layer specifications ANSI X3.

If a raised floor is used. The maximum weight of a fullyequipped IC186/-B equipment cabinet is about 230 kg and of a fully-equipped IC183-B cabling cabinet about 90 kg. with all the site cables placed under the floor. Cabinet dimensions and free space requirements Each cabinet should be located in the equipment room with a free space of at least 700 mm both in front and behind the cabinet. the cabinets must be installed on floor rails. The maximum weight of a fully-equipped EC216 equipment cabinet is about 240-300 kg. but not limited to. Check with local construction engineers and battery manufacturers to determine floor load requirements. EC213/-A. We recommend the use of a raised floor in the equipment room. the cabinets must be installed in such a manner as to be as stable as on floor rails. The ceiling height of the equipment room must allow for the extra height required by the taller EC216 cabinet (minimum 300 mm free space). raised-floor installations with standard 600 mm × 600 mm modules. The site floor load capacity must be sufficient to carry the installed equipment. and of a fully-equipped cabling cabinet about 100 kg. IC186/-B and IC183-B cabinets are dimensioned according to ETSI recommendations and they are suitable for. For earthquake resistance.Equipment room requirements for MGW and RNC Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC 4 Equipment room requirements for MGW and RNC The MGW and RNC can be installed on a raised floor or concrete floor. 16 Id:0900d80580577049 Confidential DN99575461 . The EC216. The dimensions of the EC216 cabinet and the EC213/-A cabling cabinet are shown in the figure below.

DN99575461 Id:0900d80580577049 Confidential 17 .Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Equipment room requirements for MGW and RNC Figure 1 Dimensions of the EC216 and EC213/-A cabinets The dimensions of the IC186/-B cabinet and the IC183-B cabling cabinet are shown in the figure below.

for example. If planning a NEBS-compliant site arrangement. calculate the average heat release per floor area according to NEBS GR63-CORE. • • • • • • For installation without a raised floor. see the chapter Ventilation in the equipment rooms. Maintenance passages are needed at the site. No pillars or other support structures are allowed within the free area around the cabinets. MGW or RNC and FlexiServer cabinet rows must be installed back to back. check that the site is an ESD-protected area (EPA). 18 Id:0900d80580577049 Confidential DN99575461 . Before handling the units. For more information.Equipment room requirements for MGW and RNC Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC 600 300 IC186 Primary area for routing cables 50 500 Secondary area for routing cables Secondary area for routing cables 50 IC183 50 200 180 200 100 50 100 300 50 600 300 Area for routing cables 70 50 300 DN02133818 FRONT Dimensions of the IC186/-B and IC183-B cabinets Figure 2 Equipment room layout In layout planning. If the area is not ESD-protected. The cabinets must be lined up side by side in a single row with a free space of at least 700 mm at the front and back. f Electrostatic discharge (ESD) may damage components in the plug-in units or other units. the following aspects should be considered. create a temporary EPA. for expansion material and service devices. separate cable structures are needed for the external cables.

DN99575461 Id:0900d80580577049 Confidential 19 . For more information. • The figure below shows an example of the equipment room layout for a site housing network elements. refer to the documentation of the product concerned). it must have maintenance passages (for example. for expansion material and service devices) with a minimum width of 1200 mm.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Equipment room requirements for MGW and RNC 4. MGW or RNC and FlexiServer cabinet rows must be installed back to back. their recommended minimum distance from one another is the following: • • 700 mm between MGW or RNC cabinet rows 800 mm between MGW or RNC cabinet rows and DX 200 network element cabinet/rack rows (for information on equipment by other manufacturers.1 MGW and RNC co-sited with other network elements When the equipment room houses several different network elements installed in several cabinet rows (which is normally the case with MGW installations). As for the cabinet rows. see the chapter Ventilation in the equipment rooms.

with both the RNC and the MGW installed at the ends of DX 200 DX MSCi cabinet rows. 20 Id:0900d80580577049 Confidential DN99575461 . FlexiServer GSWC GSWC ETC ETC IWC ETC Voice Email MOMC VLRC VLRC VLRC VLRC DN0494652 Expansion cabinet/rack Floor tile. is shown in the figure below.Equipment room requirements for MGW and RNC Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC SGAC SGBC SOMC SCEC SRSC SRSC SRSC SRSC SGSN (GPRS) HLRi HLGC SRRi space HLRC HLRC HLRC HLRC HLRC HLRC RNC1 RNC2 MGW1 CAMA CAMB MGW2 CAMA CAMB CAMC RNAC RNBC RNAC RNBC IMS 19" 19" ODF DDF DDF Rack Rack IMR CPS FlexiServer MSCi ETC IWC ETC IWC PoC PoC PoC PoC PC PC PC CISCO Switch PoC Reg. as they cannot be bolted together. A further 150 mm space must be left between DX200 and IPA2800 cabinets. leave sufficient space between the cabinets already on the site and future expansion cabinets. An example of this kind of layout. When adding MGW or RNC cabinets to an existing site. 600 x 600 mm Figure 3 Layout example: common installation site for network elements The MGW and RNC can be installed in the same rows with other equipment if the latter allow this.

and when the network element is expanded later on. The distribution frames are not system-specific and they are therefore not covered in this manual. the network element can be installed at the far right in an existing cabinet row. Lamps for the cabinet row can be mounted on the shelves to avoid direct contact with the network element frame. Aluminium cable racks. The shelves can be mounted to the walls or to the ceiling. (for example. In a star topology grounding arrangement. The support constructions must be decided upon in the individual site arrangements. These contain the cable shelves (for nonraised-floor installations only) and the distribution frames. Then. the expansion cabinet can be installed to the right of the previous cabinet. Id:0900d80580577049 Confidential 21 . 4. the cabinets can be installed according to the 'mirror-image' layout (from right to left). the cabinets are installed in order from left to right (seen from the front). with a separate branch running above each cabinet row to enable easy cable routing. XYHA type 500 or 600 mm) can be used as the cable shelves. This is especially useful when the initial configuration is small enough to fit into one cabinet. Cable shelves In installations without a raised floor. The requirements for the cable shelves are described in the following section. but for example in premises where there is unoccupied space to the right of the existing equipment. the site cables must be routed above the cabinet rows on separate cable shelves. For details of installation procedures.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Equipment room requirements for MGW and RNC MSCi CABINETS 150mm MGW CAMB CAMC ETC ETC ETC ETC IWC CAMA > 500 mm 150mm RNC RNBC GSWC >1200 mm GSWC ETC IWC IWC RNAC MOMC DN02180128 VLRC VLRC VLRC VLRC Expansion cabinet Figure 4 Installations of IPA2800 network elements at the ends of DX 200 DX MSCi cabinet rows (example) Normally.2 Cable support constructions for network elements The MGW and RNC require some cable constructions at the site which are not part of the network element's system construction. to prevent galvanic connection between the cabinets and the steel construction or the concrete reinforcement of the network element building. g DN99575461 The support constructions for the external cables are not included in the network element delivery. The cable shelves should be attached to the ceiling or a wall. the cable shelves must be isolated from the network element frame. see the document Installing the MGW and RNC.

In an installation without a raised floor.4 Spare parts and documentation Spare parts should be stored in a separate room that fulfils the requirements set for storage (see the section Conditions during transportation and storage in the chapter Operational environment). 22 Id:0900d80580577049 Confidential DN99575461 . High-fibre count cables are not intended to be connected to the IPA2800 cabinets directly.Equipment room requirements for MGW and RNC Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Optical distribution frame Optical cabling normally exploits optical distribution frame (ODF) for purposes such as: • • • making the connection between high-fibre count external cables and individual fibre or fibre pairs ease of making modifications to cable interconnections between cabinets. as well as cabinets and other equipment hiding extra lengths of cable Various types of ODF cabinets can be used in IPA2800 installations. The documentation needed for the operation of the network element should be located in a room near the equipment room. an ODF cabinet is strongly recommended. 4. Rather than connecting IPA2800 network elements and the co-sited LAN switch or Router directly with LAN cables. 4. The most suitable lights are encapsulated fluorescent tubes. the lamps for the cabinets can be mounted on the cable shelves above the cabinet rows to avoid galvanic contact with the network element frame. where it is easily accessible. Spare plug-in units should be stored in their original packages on shelves or in a cabinet.3 Lighting in the equipment rooms The recommended lighting near a cabinet is 300 lx at 1 m. an ODF is used in between.

Each cabinet must have supply cables of its own. For simplicity. do not chain the supply leads of the cabinets. which are not included in the IPA2800 network element delivery. Chaining is not allowed even with cabinets that belong to the same network element. DN99575461 Id:0900d805808309d0 Confidential 23 . The power distribution diagram for a cabinet is shown in the figure below. The internal power distribution system of the MGW and RNC is described in more detail in Engineering for Multimedia Gateway (MGW) and Engineering for Radio Network Controller (RNC). f Leaving the power on during installation may damage the equipment. The feed cables from the power system to the cabinets must also be duplicated. only the negative lead is drawn from the rectifiers to the cabinets in the illustrations of the power supply system in this chapter. Before installing the power supply cables. To ensure 2n redundancy for the power distribution lines. It also describes the requirements for the AC power supply to auxiliary equipment.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Site power supply 5 Site power supply This chapter describes the requirements for the external site power supply system and the power feed cables to the cabinets. ensure that the site power is off and all the power switches on the front panel of each cabinet power distribution unit are off. the cabinets of the MGW and RNC network elements are provided with two mutually redundant feeding inputs. Rectifier stack Feed 0 Feed 1 Cabinet DN0456387 Figure 5 General power distribution principle for the network elements g Because of their high power requirements.

0 V at maximum discharge current. a supply system expandable to the capacity required by a fully equipped network element must be used. 5. i.315 standards. the maximum allowed temperature rise of the cable type. The cables must meet local requirements (such as the UL60950 standard and the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No. The cables are not included in the network element delivery.Site power supply Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC 5.1. The minimum allowed discharge voltage per cell is 1.2 Requirements for the power supply cables (DC) Each cabinet should be fed via two independent supply groups (cable pairs) from the site DC power. 5.1. please note that the impedance between the batteries and the main busbar must be sufficiently low or additional busbar capacitors must be used to avoid interference in failure situations (between devices connected in parallel).5 V + 1. the site power supply system must be dimensioned to have enough capacity to feed a fully equipped network element.2 V for a 24-cell battery set.5 V. the maximum load current and the cable length ( ≈ ohmic resistance). In order to ensure proper operation of the equipment during the entire intended period when the back-up system is needed. Even for partially equipped configurations. 70 in North America). the maximum resistance allowed to keep the voltage drop from the battery terminals to the NE terminals within 1. The maximum allowed voltage drop between the batteries and the main distribution bar is 1. If the -48 VDC power supply serves other equipment besides the IPA2800 network element. and ANSI T1.1 General requirements for DC power supply The MGW and RNC require a redundant power feed system in which the voltage is generated by rectifiers and lead-acid batteries are used as a back-up energy source.9.80 V (if not otherwise stated in the battery manufacturer's specifications). Section 4. as specified in ETSI EN 300 132-2. The required cable dimensions (cross-section) are dependent on: • • 24 Id:0900d805808309d0 Confidential DN99575461 . Alternatively. the following factors must be considered when choosing the dimensions of the supply cables: • • • The maximum allowed voltage drop in the supply cables between the main distribution bus and the terminal block is 1.e.1 DC power supply The following sections describe the general requirements for the external site power supply system and the main cables feeding the MGW and RNC. The cabinet power entry connectors accept cable sizes up to 70 mm2 (AWG00). The supply voltage must meet the following requirements: • • nominal voltage -48 VDC voltage tolerance -40 VDC to -57 VDC The requirements for noise returned by the MGW and RNC (conducted emissions at interface A) meet the requirements of the ETS EN 300 132–2.0 V. which equals 43.

In the case of failure of one power feed. When both feeds are functioning the load current is shared. Load power Current at -40.1 Max. Calculating cable resistance The specific resistance. This occurs when the mains or the rectifiers are down and at the end of the battery backup time when the battery back-up power is drained. mutually redundant (independent) power feed connections.3 24. at -40.e.2 × 10-9 Ωm. for copper at +20°C is 17. The power consumption of an individual cabinet/particular product release may be considerably less than the maximum capacity of a cabinet's power supply circuit. The resistance. of a conductor is: xl R= A where l = length. Thus the load current is highest when the feed voltage is the lowest (i. ρ . which may follow the introduction of new increased capacity hardware (plug-in units) and/or software.2 x 10 -9 mx1m = 1.5 V drop) mΩ 122 87 61 41 30 24 20 Max. A = area (cross-section).7 37. Specifying the maximum current The network elements use switch-mode internal power supplies that draw a steady amount of power [watts]. R.7 74.3 17. and R = resistance. the rectifiers are functioning so the supply voltage on the other is in the range of -44…54VDC.e.5 VDC A 12. i.075 x 10 -3 16 x 10 -6 m 2 The following table shows examples of maximum cable lengths. For power consumption values.0 49. However each NE has two. resistance at (1. see Technical Specifications for MGW and RNC.5 VDC). Example: R for a conductor of 1 m length and 16 mm2 cross-section is: R= 17. regardless of the feed voltage. the maximum potential fault current.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Site power supply • the selected primary protector (fuse or circuit breaker) rating.4 61. ρ = specific resistance. The spare capacity is reserved for future increase in power consumption. cable length / cross-section*) 6 mm 2 m 42 30 21 10 mm2 m 70 50 35 23 50 16 mm2 25 mm 2 35 mm 2 mm2 m 113 80 56 37 28 88 58 44 35 29 82 61 49 41 88 70 58 97 81 m m m 70 mm2 m W 500 700 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 Table 4 Examples for maximum cable lengths DN99575461 Id:0900d805808309d0 Confidential 25 .

5 V + 1.5 V + 1.Site power supply Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Load power Current at -40. cable length / cross-section*) 6 mm 2 10 mm2 16 mm2 25 mm2 50 35 mm 2 mm2 35 Illegal area 50 44 39 70 mm2 69 61 56 48 3500 4000 4500 5000 *) Cabling length is valid for two pairs in parallel.8 111. True length When the power feed consists of two conductors. When one supply group is down. One pair consists of power and return lines. live and return. the supply voltage is high enough to allow twice as high a loss in the supply cables). the ohmic loss in the cables is within limits). it would suggest that the actual cabling distance would be only half of that indicated. the minimum allowed discharge voltage per cell must be set accordingly higher. a. 2.0 V at maximum discharge current. b. If the voltage drop from the battery terminals to the cabinet is more than 1. 5. in metres and cabinet power.5 V drop) 17 15 14 12 Max. There are three possible conditions (faults) that have an effect on the power feed: 1. 3. in watts. the rectifiers are operational (that is.1. both supply groups are operational.4 98. When the ambient temperature is exceptional (extremely high).5 VDC 86. and both supply groups are also operational.5 Max. Failure scenarios The power feed redundancy is based on the requirement that no single fault may cause the system to fall outside the specifications. When the power is drawn from the backup batteries.) Simplified formula to determine the necessary conductor cross-section To get the minimum allowed cross-section in square millimetres.1 123. in the following equation: A(mm 2 ) = 17. this compensates the effect. Each distribution cable must be 26 Id:0900d805808309d0 Confidential DN99575461 . resistance at (1. and the ambient temperature is nominal. insert the distance (cabling length). The maximum voltage drop from the battery terminals to the element may not be more than 1.3 Central power supply overcurrent protection for the cabinets The fuses or circuit breakers protecting the distribution lines to the cabinets are located in the power distribution centre of the equipment room. and the ambient temperature is nominal (that is. But since there are always two supply pairs.0 V at maximum discharge current (ETSI EN 300 132-2).2 x 10 -3 mxbmxaW 60 V 2 Then choose a suitable standard cross-section. Table 4 Examples for maximum cable lengths (Cont. the supply voltage is high enough to compensate for higher loss in the supply cables). so the cabling distance can be as described above. the rectifiers are operational (that is.

01 0. which will trigger off the circuit breaker. The release curves for the 30-A circuit breakers of the CPD120-A.1 0. The area between the two curves represents the range of the current (in relation to the length of the impulse).001 0 DN99633057 May trip 20 60 100 140 180 200 Current / Ampere Figure 7 Release curves of 20-A circuit breakers of CPD80-B / CPD80-A / CPD80 DN99575461 Id:0900d805808309d0 Confidential 27 .1 0. 10000 1000 100 10 Time / Seconds 1 0.01 0.001 0 DN069206 Low curve High curve 30A Airpax IEG Delay 53 May trip 30 60 90 120 150 180 210 240 270 300 Current / Ampere Figure 6 Release curves of 30-A circuit breakers of CPD120-A Airpax Low curve High curve 20A Airpax IEG Delay 51 10000 1000 100 10 Time / Seconds 1 0. The recommended rating is 100A or 125A. and those for the 20A circuit breakers of the CPD80-B / CPD80-A / CPD80 are shown in the figures below.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Site power supply protected using a fuse or circuit breaker with a rating sufficiently higher than the sum of the ratings for the circuit breakers which protect the distribution lines from the CPD120A / CPD80-B / CPD80-A / CPD80 to the subracks.

The fuse/CB rating shall be ≥ derated current drain at -48V. and they may emit flammable hydrogen gas. The protection of the second stage (in the network element) must be below the curve of the first stage (branch protector).Site power supply Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC The network elements have internal overcurrent protective devices in the power entry or distribution circuits.0A 70. load at 48VDC with CB 1228W 1920W 2419W 3072W 3840W 4800W 6144W Max. each supply branch must be equipped with an overcurrent protective device. In other words the maximum load current is 80% of the rating for circuit breakers and 70% for fuses.4A 35. To ensure reliable long-term current supply during nominal conditions and proper functioning of the over current protection system.0A Max.0A 50.6A 40.0A 128.5A 112. The selectivity shall be such that a fault triggers only the first protector upstream (towards the power source). current CB (80%) 25. The factor is 1.4 for fuse type protectors and 1.1.0A 80.4 Batteries f Danger of physical injury! The batteries contain highly corrosive acid. However. 28 Id:0900d805808309d0 Confidential DN99575461 . The fuse/CB rating shall be ≥ un-derated current drain at -40V. The DC-return (neutral or +) conductor may not be equipped with an over current protector.4A 64. the branch protector rating shall be a factor higher (derated) that the NE breaker rating and/or the max load current at nominal 48VDC.0A 100. load at 48VDC with fuse 1075W 1680W 2117W 2688W 3360W 4200W 5376W Table 5 Maximum load per supply cable size 5. The batteries should be mounted over a basin or precautions should be taken to control any spilled acid. Observe local regulations as well as battery manufacturers' cautions and warnings.0A 87. current Fuse (70%) 22.0A 44.25 for circuit breaker type protectors. The overcurrent protection system shall be selective to minimize the effect of a fault. CB / Fuse 32A 50A 63A 80A 100A 125A 160A Max. The battery compartment (room) must be well ventilated to remove any flammable gas. Selectivity for the protection system can be easiest determined by comparing the trip time curves of the whole sequence of security devices. Crosssection 6 mm2 10 mm2 16 mm2 25 mm2 35 mm2 50 mm2 70 mm2 Current capacity (ampacity) 43A 60A 80A 102A 126A 153A 195A Max. Fuses or circuit breakers are typical.0A Max.1A 56.

note that its capacity reduces to a certain degree due to aging. the resistance of the battery and its cables must be as low as possible. the disturbance does not spread from one system to another. since terminals and printers are indispensable in locating failures. Peripheral device Printer VDU Power consumption 120 W 50 W Table 6 Power consumption of peripheral devices DN99575461 Id:0900d805808309d0 Confidential 29 . This is to avoid disturbance in the equipment due to grounding loops. The battery capacity should be selected according to the time each battery string must be able to supply the network element. the AC supply ground must be isolated from the network element ground. depending on the grounding scheme chosen for the site (see the section Site grounding arrangements in the chapter Grounding and bonding: • • all AC power sockets in the vicinity of the network element cabinets are isolated using a permanent isolating transformer all equipment fed by the AC network and connected to the network element are isolated using separate isolating transformers Typical power consumption values for peripheral devices A typical power consumption of peripheral devices is shown in the table below.2 AC power supply to auxiliary equipment If peripheral devices (terminals or printers) are connected to a network element. If the battery feeds other equipment besides an MGW or RNC. we recommend the use of additional capacitors in the power distribution busbar. For ease and safety of battery maintenance. Isolating the AC power supply When equipment powered by the AC mains supply are connected to the network element. 5. We recommend the use of a redundant AC supply. the required AC supply can be taken from either the mains supply or a UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply). The discharge time depends on local conditions. the use of two or more separate battery groups (strings) is recommended. connectors and cables must be low enough in order to ensure that in the case of a short circuit in one cabinet. This is to ensure that in case of a power supply failure. Therefore.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Site power supply The batteries serve as a back-up power source for the network element if the power supply from the rectifiers is interrupted. The summed resistance of the battery. the power supply to the other cabinets will not be disturbed. The mains supply network must be designed in accordance with local regulations concerning electrical safety. Two options exist for isolating the AC network. In designing the battery system.

for example in North America.70. For detailed instructions on the grounding of the cabinets. protect equipment from damage in case of electrical faults. where the DC power return connectors (B0V) in the CPD are connected to the Common Bonding Network (the system does not have a separate PE cable) by means of a cable which runs between a connector in the CPD and a terminal in either vertical grounding busbar inside the cabinet. They minimise the risk of electric shock for personnel. The PE cable itself is not included in the network element delivery. see section Grounding of external interface cables. The cable is included in the network element delivery.27 (05/96) and ETS 300 253 (April 2002). that is. When the grounding is arranged according to the DC/C principle. To be noted at NEBS sites: • The network element equipment is NEBS-compliant only when the DC/I supply is implemented in a Common Bonding Network (CBN) environment. provide EMC shielding as well as protection against electromagnetic interference. 6. see the document Installing the MGW and RNC. where the current return function and the grounding of the equipment are separated. Specifications for both grounding arrangements are presented in the ITU-T Recommendation K. The cables are not included in the network element delivery.27 (05/96) and ETS 300 253 (April 2002). and provide an electrically robust environment where signal integrity is kept as high as possible. and each cabinet has a separate protective earth (PE) cable along with the B0V and -UB cables.Grounding and bonding Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC 6 Grounding and bonding Grounding and bonding ensure that the MGW and RNC function reliably. The ground potentials of the subracks and the 0-terminals of the DC/DC converters connect to the vertical busbars by means of four grounding flanges. when 30 Id:0900d8058079fde2 Confidential DN99575461 . two per busbar.2 Grounding of EC216 and IC186/-B cabinets The bonding network is formed by two vertical busbars connected to one another by four horizontal busbars. the UL 1459 standard and the National Electrical Code NFPA No. 6. For more information on the grounding of the IPA2800 network elements in the various grounding arrangements.1 Requirements for grounding cables The grounding cables must meet all local requirements. a DC/C (or '2-wire system'). • Specifications for both grounding arrangements are presented in the ITU-T Recommendation K. This connection supports the grounding arrangement known as 'MESH topology'. the same dimensions apply to the cable which connects the grounding level of the network element to its power return (BOV) connector. The bonding network of the cabinet is connected to the common bonding network from a connector in one of the busbars according to two alternative principles: • a DC/I (or '3-wire system'). The cross-section of the cables can vary from 25 mm2 (AWG3) to 70 mm2 (AWG00). This connection supports the grounding arrangement known as 'Star topology'.

AC power is obtained from DC power through an inverter. Telecommunication cables These include: DN99575461 Id:0900d8058079fde2 Confidential 31 . NEBS-compliant installations must be connected to the grounding cables using a two-hole compression lug (a NEBS-compliant lug). In particular. A minimum isolation of 100 kΩ between IBN and CBN must be maintained.3.Recommended by Nokia Siemens Networks for new sites MESH-IBN (Isolated Bonding Network. which is connected to the STAR-IBN grounding bar or SPCW (Single Point Connection Window).Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Grounding and bonding • grounded according to the CBN/mesh-BN principle. Each cabinet is connected to the common grounding point of the cabinet row. When grounding the equipment. the same principle is applied as with single-row network elements. Mesh topology) MESH-BN (Bonding Network. Grounding of external cables The grounding of all external cables (with group sheaths or pair-sheaths) must follow the general STAR-IBN grounding principles and avoid forming grounding loops. Mesh topology) CBN (Common Bonding Network) . follow strictly the instructions given in the user manuals in order to protect the equipment against damaging over-voltages. then the AC powered cabinet(s) can be part of the 'Nokia Siemens Networks branch'.3 6. If a single cabinet row contains cabinets with AC power feed or cabinets from other vendors. The network element must be connected to the grounding bar at a single point.1 Site grounding arrangements Overview of site grounding and bonding The IPA2800 equipment can be used on customer sites in which grounding has been arranged in accordance with the following grounding schemes. If the network element is composed of several rows of cabinets.Used in NEBS-compliant sites. however. If.27: • • • • STAR-IBN (Isolated Bonding Network. as described in ITU-T K.2 Grounding of external interface cables in STAR-IBN The main feature of star topology grounding is the use of a single grounding point per network element. 6. Grounding of network elements A cabinet row forming a network element forms one branch of the STAR-IBN grounding. Star topology) .3. which makes the needed isolation from CBN. the network element and these cabinets must have 100 kΩ minimum isolation. the signal cables with metallic shields must be grounded at both ends. and the installation and maintenance personnel against hazardous energy levels. The various structures and network elements of the site are isolated from each other. To be noted at sites in North America (USA and Canada): • 6.

it is not necessary to separate the sheaths. X25 Telecommunication interface cables shall be grounded (from the group sheath) only at the network element end. JT1 SDH: STM-1 SONET: OC-3 LAN: Ethernet 10/100Mbit. 1G. where the pair sheath is grounded (galvanically or capacitatively) in the transmission direction. In this case the capacitance must be chosen in a way to ensure the minimum 100 kΩ impedance required at 50/60Hz. but use the same grounding branch. The grounding points are located in separate cabinet rows. Cutting a grounding loop while retaining the EMC shielding of both ends is possible if capacitative grounding at the DDF ends. This construction is allowed only if unshielded cable is permitted in vendor interfaces. the receiving direction is left ungrounded or is grounded capacitatively if possible. using a protective transformer or using special cables in which the peripheral end of the sheath is isolated (as mentioned above). 32 Id:0900d8058079fde2 Confidential DN99575461 . If the DDF is located inside the same Single Point Connection Window (SPCW) as the network elements. therefore. The area of the grounding loop formed must not exceed 3 m². The floor rail installation does not unconditionally support IBN grounding principles.703 compliant PDH/SDH connections. T1. Except for ITU-T G. Network elements with AC power feed or from other vendors can be isolated from the IPA2800 network elements without using DDF by separating the group sheaths at their end (for example a special construction of S-FTP-LAN cable where the RJ-45 connector at the other end is replaced with UTP type connector). Peripheral devices The cables connecting to peripheral devices (for example RS232/MMI interface) must be grounded only at the network element end. the ground loop is not avoidable).Grounding and bonding Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC • • • • PDH (PCM): E1. the galvanic connection between network elements and from the ground is separated in the DDF). It is also possible that the isolation deteriorates due to earthquakes. where the group sheaths are isolated from the ground and from each other (that is. this means either isolating the peripherals such as desktop PC. special care must be taken to isolate the rails from CBN. Cables running between two network elements on the same site must be routed through the DDF. The asymmetrical (coaxial) PDH/PCM interface does not support IBN grounding principles because the sheath of the cable has a galvanic connection to the frame (that is. In practice. Grounding both ends of the pair or group sheath of a telecommunications cable is permitted if: • • Both grounding points are located in the same cabinet row and share a common grounding branch. Concrete anchors may be in galvanic contact in CBN.

which is connected to the MESH-IBN grounding bar or SPCW (Single Point Connection Window). This arrangement increases the EMI shielding. In large systems. The asymmetrical (coaxial) PDH/PCM interface does not unconditionally support MESH-IBN grounding principles because the sheath of the cable has a galvanic connection to the frame (that is. The floor rail installation does not unconditionally support MESH-IBN grounding principles. Network elements with AC power feed or from other vendors must not be connected to the same MESH-IBN branch as the IPA2800 network elements. the loop is not relevant. if the DDF is under the same MESH as the network elements. if the DDF is located inside the same Single Point Connection Window (SPCW) or under the same MESH as the network elements. It is also possible that the isolation deteriorates due to earthquakes. special care must be taken to isolate the rails from CBN. Grounding of external cables The grounding of all external cables (with group sheaths or pair-sheaths) must follow the general MESH-IBN grounding principles and avoid forming grounding loops.3 Grounding of external interface cables in MESH-IBN MESH-IBN follows the same principles as STAR-IBN. therefore. If. 1G. AC power is obtained from DC power through an inverter. X25 Telecommunication interface cables shall be grounded (from the group sheath) only at the network element end. Each cabinet is connected to the common grounding point of the cabinet row. Concrete anchors may be in galvanic contact in CBN. However. which makes the needed isolation from CBN. The grounding system (MESH) formed by the network element must be connected to the MESH-IBN grounding bar (SPCW) at a single point. Cables running between two network elements on the same site must be routed through the DDF.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Grounding and bonding 6. DN99575461 Id:0900d8058079fde2 Confidential 33 . however. JT1 SDH: STM-1 SONET: OC-3 LAN: Ethernet 10/100Mbit.3. the cabinet rows must be connected to each other in a manner to minimize the size of the grounding loop. However. If the network element is composed of several rows of cabinets. the galvanic connection between network elements and from the ground is separated in the DDF). the use of MESH-IBN is recommended. T1. then the AC powered cabinet(s) can be part of the 'Nokia Siemens Networks branch'. as the area of the grounding loop is practically the same as the area of a MESH loop. the ground loop is not avoidable). it is not necessary to separate the sheaths. Grounding of network elements A cabinet row forming a network element forms one branch of the MESH-IBN grounding. Telecommunication cables These include: • • • • PDH (PCM): E1. where the group sheaths are isolated from the ground and from each other (that is.

In this case the capacitance must be chosen in a way to ensure the minimum 100 kΩ impedance required at 50/60Hz. Network elements with AC power feed or from other vendors can be connected to the same MESH-BN as IPA2800 network elements. the grounding points are located in separate cabinet rows. this means removing the pair or group sheath. The distinguishing feature of MESH-BN is the use of multiple grounding points attached to CBN.703 compliant PDH/SDH connections. the floor rails shall be in galvanic contact with MESH-BN (that is. Cutting a grounding loop while retaining the EMC shielding of both ends is possible if capacitative grounding at the DDF ends. Network elements with AC power feed or from other vendors can be isolated from the IPA2800 network elements without using DDF by separating the group sheaths at their end (for example a special construction of S-FTP-LAN cable where the RJ-45 connector at the other end is replaced with UTP type connector). This construction is allowed only if unshielded cable is permitted in vendor interfaces. In practice. IPA2800 network elements not in the same grounding branch must be separated in the DDF. 6. it is not necessary to remove the sheaths. This arrangement minimises the grounding loop and the differences in potential. In practice. Except for ITU-T G. but use the same grounding branch.Grounding and bonding Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Grounding both ends of the pair or group sheath of a telecommunication cable is permitted if: • • both grounding points are located in the same cabinet row and share a common grounding branch.4 Grounding of external interface cables in MESH-BN MESH-BN is an ETS 300 253 and ITU-T K. this means either isolating the peripherals such as desktop PC. If used. part of the MESH). Grounding of network elements A cabinet row. Each cabinet must be connected at least from its positive power terminal (B0V) and all its grounding points. 34 Id:0900d8058079fde2 Confidential DN99575461 . or multiple cabinet rows forming a network element are attached to the MESH-BN at as many points as possible. The area of the grounding loop formed must not exceed 3 m². If the DDF is located inside the SPCW and is grounded. using a protective transformer or using special cables in which the peripheral end of the sheath is isolated (as mentioned above). often simply called ETSI grounding.3. where the pair sheath is grounded (galvanically or capacitatively) in the transmission direction. MESH-BN forms a Faraday cage in which the maximum potential difference between any two points shall be less than 1V. the receiving direction is left ungrounded or is grounded capacitatively if possible.27 compliant grounding system. Peripheral devices The cables connecting to peripheral devices (for example RS232/MMI interface) must be grounded only at the network element end.

The aim is to achieve a threedimensional mesh by using multiple interconnections (as in MESH-BN above).3.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Grounding and bonding Grounding of external cables All external cables (including telecommunication cables and cables to peripheral devices) must be grounded at least from both ends. or multiple cabinet rows forming a network element are attached to the MESH-BN at as many points as possible. It is recommended that group sheaths be grounded from several points to minimize differences in potential and lowfrequency RF disturbances. Each cabinet must be connected at least from its positive power terminal (B0V) and all its grounding points. part of the MESH). the floor rails shall be in galvanic contact with MESH-BN (that is. If used.5 Grounding of external interface cables in CBN In CBN. 6. Network elements with AC power feed or from other vendors can be connected to the same CBN as the IPA2800 network elements. It is recommended that group sheaths be grounded from several points to minimize differences in potential and lowfrequency RF disturbances. Grounding of external cables All external cables (including telecommunication cables and cables to peripheral devices) must be grounded at least from both ends. DN99575461 Id:0900d8058079fde2 Confidential 35 . all conductive parts must be interconnected. the CBN grounding scheme must be used. Grounding of network elements A cabinet row. For NEBS compliance.

The network elements are designed to withstand electromagnetic interference occurring in a telecommunication center environment. the cabinet frame and the sheet steel covers at the ends of the cabinet rows form the EMC enclosure. They are also tested to meet the requirements set in FCC rule CFR 47. The IPA2800 network elements may be deployed in commercial.Electromagnetic compatibility Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC 7 Electromagnetic compatibility The Nokia Siemens Networks network elements are compliant with EMC directives 89/336/EEC and 2004/108/EC. Before touching integrated circuits. intermediate and external cabling needs to be electromagnetically shielded. light industry or residential areas outside special purpose premises (such as Central Office or Telecommunication Center). FCC rules and GR-1089-CORE. such as could be the case with certain EPROM circuits. 36 Id:0900d8058079fe32 Confidential DN99575461 . Subpart B. ensure that you are working in an electrostatic-free environment. Wear an ESD wrist strap or use another corresponding method to discharge static. All signal feed-throughs are via connector panels or grounding comb panels. In IPA2800 network elements each subrack equipped with plug-in units and/or cover plates forms an independent EMC enclosure. industrial or business environments. EMC enclosure As a general principle. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) When the doors of all cabinets are closed. each Nokia Siemens Networks network element makes up an independent EMC-shielded unit. Part 15. please pay attention to the possible requirements of this kind as set by other equipment in the same equipment room. The DC power feed-through is via a DC line filter. Use of photographic flash The equipment as such is not prone to damage by photographic flash. Radio Frequency Devices. All metallic signal wire. but not in commercial office. However. g The EMC shield works only when the cabinet doors are closed and the feed-throughs are implemented properly. The cabinet doors. the equipment meets the appropriate requirements for electrostatic discharge under normal operation. intermediate and external cabling needs to be electromagnetically shielded. Emission performance The emission of electromagnetic interference does not exceed the A-limit of ETSI EN 300 386. and they are tested to meet the requirements of ETSI EN 300 386 (harmonised product family standard) and GR-1089-CORE (NEBS standard). To maintain this shield all metallic signal wire. f Electrostatic discharge can damage circuits or shorten their lifetime.

1 8. Z4 B1 C2 (C1) S2 M1 - Chemically active substances IEC 60721-3-3 Mechanically active substances Mechanical conditions Earthquake resistance2) IEC 60721-3-3 IEC 60721-3-3 IEC 60721-2-6 Table 8 IEC standards defining the environmental requirements for the network elements DN99575461 Id:0900d805808309d8 Confidential 37 .1 E 2. Conditions Normal Operation Climatic conditions1) Special climatic conditions Biological conditions Standard IEC 60721-3-3 IEC 60721-3-3 IEC 60721-3-3 Class K3 Z2. 8.2 Table 7 1) ETSI standards defining the environmental requirements for the network elements as a restriction to ETS 300 019.1E.1. The sections provide the key parameters for the environmental conditions during normal operation.2 3. Class 3. Conditions Normal operation Transportation Storage Mechanical conditions Other conditions1) Standard ETS 300 019-1-3 ETS 300 019-1-3 ETS 300 019-1-2 ETS 300 019-1-1 Class 3. power-up not allowed below 0° C The ETSI standards defining the environmental conditions are based on corresponding IEC standards. ETS 300 019-1-2 and ETS 300 019-1-3. and list the international standards the equipment complies with. as specified in the tables below.3 1.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Operational environment 8 Operational environment The following sections describe the environmental requirements and recommendations for the MGW and RNC network elements.1 Standards for environmental requirements ETSI and IEC standards The MGW and RNC network elements comply with the ETSI standards ETS 300 0191-1. which are listed in the table below. transportation and storage. as stated in these standards.1-3.

Z3.1 Climatic conditions The MGW and RNC network elements are designed to operate in temperature-controlled. power-up not allowed below 0° C in order to achieve earthquake resistance.Operational environment Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Conditions Transportation Climatic conditions Biological conditions Standard IEC 60721-3-2 IEC 60721-3-2 Class K4 B2 C2 S2 M2 K4 Z2.1. 8. The network element hardware is NEBS Level 3 compliant as specified in SR-3580. Exceptional 1) Normal +10°C to +35°C (nominal +23°C) Recommended +23°C to +30°C temperature range –5°C to +50°C Table 9 Limits for temperature and humidity during operation 38 Id:0900d805808309d8 Confidential DN99575461 . The climatic conditions required during normal operation are shown in the table below. weather-protected conditions.) as a restriction to IEC 60721-3-3K3. Z5 B2 C2 S3 M2 Chemically active substances IEC 60721-3-2 Mechanically active substances Mechanical conditions Storage Climatic conditions Special climatic conditions Biological conditions IEC 60721-3-2 IEC 60721-3-2 IEC 60721-3-1 IEC 60721-3-1 IEC 60721-3-1 Chemically active substances IEC 60721-3-1 Mechanically active substances Mechanical conditions IEC 60721-3-1 IEC 60721-3-1 Table 8 1) 2) IEC standards defining the environmental requirements for the network elements (Cont.2 Conditions during operation The following sections provide the key parameters for the environmental conditions during normal operation. covering GR-63-CORE and GR-1089-CORE standards in Central Office or equivalent premises. as stated in the standards above. 8.2.2 NEBS standards The Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) is a set of Telcordia (former Bellcore) standards. as applicable for Type 2 equipment specified in appendix B of GR-1089CORE. Compliance to NEBS is usually required by Regional Bell Operator Companies (RBOC). the cabinets must be installed on floor rails 8. transportation and storage. the purpose of which is to unify hardware requirements and help telephone companies to evaluate the suitability of products for use in their networks.

8. it is recommended that temperature is set such that air intake for the network element is between +23°C and +30°C. Altitude The maximum ambient temperature of +50°C is allowed to an elevation of 1800 m above sea level. The equipment is protected against the known harmful effects of dust. This helps to ensure that humidity stays below 50% and it also saves energy compared to lower temperatures.1°C/min) nominal 50% Less than 50% Table 9 Limits for temperature and humidity during operation (Cont. During the site normal operation the climatic conditions should be within the normal ranges.2 Dust The MGW and RNC network element equipment has been designed for use in an urban industrial area where the maximum annual average of dust concentration is 200 µg/m 3 (total suspended particles). With a temperature of +40 °C the maximum intended operational altitude is 4000 m. Indoor particulate levels are a function of the degree of filtration of the outdoor air and the recirculated air.2.5°C/min 5% to 90% <0. the use of air filters in the site ventilation system is recommended. DN99575461 Id:0900d805808309d8 Confidential 39 . The filters must be cleaned regularly. However. Therefore.) 1) Exceptional conditions may occur following the failure of the temperature controlling system.3 Chemical impurities The MGW and RNC network elements are designed to withstand impurities in quantities found in the air in a normal urban industrial area. 8. To keep the temperature in the equipment rooms suitable for the equipment and personnel. heat (thermal energy) must be removed from the premises. the equipment rooms must be kept clean and appropriate instructions must be followed to ensure operational reliability and maximum life span of the equipment. the physical and chemical properties of dust in the environment vary and may cause problems which are not always perceptible.5°C/min (nominal 0. The network elements can operate under the exceptional conditions in short term (refers to not more than 96 consecutive hours and a total of not more than 15 days in one year). Adequate filtering in the equipment rooms is generally achieved with filters that trap 40 to 70% of the dust particles or whose weight-separating capacity is ≥ 90%. However. The use of electrical or oil filters is not allowed. Air filtering If the environment contains large amounts of active dust particles. Temperature and air flow requirements in the equipment rooms The minimum and maximum operating temperatures for the network elements are –5°C and +50°C respectively.2. g Do not power up the equipment in temperatures below 0°C/32°F.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Operational environment Change rate of temperature Relative humidity 0.

Lower value of each substance is recommended.071 34 0. The values are shown in the following table.0 1.1 Mean value a) Salt mist: sea and road salt b) Sulphur dioxide (SO2) ppb 4) 2) Telcordia GR-63-CORE Mean value No 50 No 3) 110 0.11 71 mg/m 3 cm3/m3 c) Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) ppb 40 mg/m 3 cm3/m3 d) Chlorine (Cl2) ppb mg/m 3 cm3/m3 e) Hydrochloric acid(HCI) ppb mg/m 3 cm3/m3 f) Hydrofluoric acid(HF) ppb mg/m 3 cm3/m3 g) Ammonia(NH3) ppb mg/m 3 cm3/m3 h) Ozone(O3) ppb mg/m 3 cm3/m3 i) Nitrogen oxides (NOx) 5) 0.012 1400 1.1 0. Environmental parameter Unit 1) Concentration ETSI EN 300 019-1-3 Class 3.066 12 0.5 0. the humidity of site should be controlled (relative humidity less than 50%). To be able to withstand air impurities.1 0.3 0.01 0.Operational environment Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Acceptable levels of chemically active substances are according to ETSI EN 300 0191-3 and according to GR-63-CORE (indoor levels).025 260 0.26 N/S 1200 200 125 500 N/S 5 (HCl+Cl2) 5 (HCl+Cl2) ppb mg/m 3 cm3/m3 Volatile organic compounds (boiling point > 30 °C) ppb Table 10 Chemically active substances 40 Id:0900d805808309d8 Confidential DN99575461 .05 0.1 0.034 66 0.4 25 0.

2) 3) X(ppm) = 24 x Y(mg/m3)/Mw when the temperature is 20°C and the air pressure is 760 mm Hg. The table uses rounded values.1 in the ETSI 300 753 calls for a sound power noise emission limit of 7. Air quality measurement If the environment is suspected or found to be corrosive.04-1985 as reference. except if there is ammonia in the air that exceed the specified limits of 1400 ppb.4 Acoustic noise The network elements are designed for Attended Telecommunication Equipment Room Class 3. The silver coupons should be used in addition to copper even though they are not required by the ISA specification.1 according to ETS 300 753.2 bels [LWAd].Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Operational environment Environmental parameter Unit 1) Concentration ETSI EN 300 019-1-3 Class 3. Mean values are the average values (long-term values) to be expected. Mw is the molecular weight in g. Salt mist may be present at sheltered locations of coastal areas and offshore sites. Measured gas concentrations should be compared against the acceptable levels of chemically active substances stated by ETSI EN 300 019-1-3. The levels of specific substances in the air can be also directly measured by using suitable test equipment.2. Nokia Siemens Networks equipment is able to withstand ISA G2 (Moderate) corrosive environment based on gas concentrations specified for that class. DN99575461 Id:0900d805808309d8 Confidential 41 .2 mg/m 3 cm3/m3 Table 10 1) Chemically active substances (Cont. 5) 4) Gas concentration Expressed as the equivalent values of nitrogen dioxide. ppm = parts per million = 1 x 10-6 = cm3/m3 = 1000 ppb (parts per billion). Telcordia GR-63-CORE acoustic noise criteria for attended room call for acoustic noise not exceeding 78 dB [LWAd] at ambient temperature of 27°C. Attended Telecommunication Equipment Room Class 3. air quality measurements should be performed. Maximum conditions: ISA G2 (Moderately corrosive environment): – Relative humidity RH less than 50% – Copper reactivity rate of less than 1000 Å/month – Silver reactivity rate of less than 1000 Å/month 8. The level of corrosion should be tested with copper and silver coupons ("reactivity monitoring") using the specification ISA-71.) The values given in cm3/m3 have been calculated from the values given in mg/m3 and refer to 20°C.1 Mean value 2) Telcordia GR-63-CORE Mean value 5 1. and they are compliant with GR-63-CORE acoustic noise criteria.

which typically happens at high ambient temperature. Earthquake The network elements are earthquake durable. 5 m/s2. Keep the equipment in its original package during storage and transportation.5 mm. Transportation: Short-term storage1): Long-term storage: -40°C -25°C -5°C max.3 Conditions during transportation and storage Risk of equipment damage. Vibration and impact The mechanical conditions allowed during operation are shown in the table below. Temperature min. protects units against electrostatic discharge (ESD).5 Mechanical conditions This section describes mechanical conditions allowed during operation of MGW and RNC network elements. +70°C +55°C +45°C Table 12 Limits for temperature during transportation and storage 42 Id:0900d805808309d8 Confidential DN99575461 .3. f = 2 to 9 Hz.acceleration Shocks: 1. and maintains traceability. Mechanical conditions allowed during transport and storage of MGW and RNC network elements are described in the Mechanical conditions section of Conditions during transportation and storage.1 Climatic conditions Some temperature recommendations are given in the table below. Table 11 Mechanical conditions allowed during operation Compliance is valid only when the used floor rail installation and the rails are mounted as described in installation manuals. Vibration: . f 8.Operational environment Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC The case when most acoustic noise is produced is with fans running at maximum speed. This reduces the risk of mechanical damage. f = 9 to 200 Hz 40 m/s2.amplitude . 22 ms2.2. 8. compliant to GR-63-CORE (NEBS zone 4) requirements. 8. when the floor rail installation set is used. In raised floor implementation (for example using concrete bench or steel jig) the same rigidity must be reached.

the shipping container may not be exposed to rain. f = 9 to 200 Hz 15 m/s2. f = 10 to 200 Hz 300 m/s2.acceleration 3. f = 200 to 500 Hz Vibration Random Shocks: Acceleration Spectral Density 1 m2/s3.5 mm. DN99575461 Id:0900d805808309d8 Confidential 43 . humidity between 20 and 75% is recommended. f Risk of equipment damage.3.5 x 81 x 237 cm 132 x 81 x 237 cm 55 x 81 x 237 Table 14 Dimensions of shipping crates for IPA2800 cabinets The cabinets can be permanently mounted free-standing or bolted to installation rails attached to the floor. Further information on the rails and the bolts recommended is provided in Installing the MGW and RNC. During long-term storage. 8.amplitude .3.3 Moving and mounting the cabinets The IPA2800 cabinets. Minimum air pressure during transportation is 70 kPa (which corresponds to an altitude of 3000 m) to guarantee the integrity of the humidity seal. and the equipment shall without delay be placed indoors in an environment that meets the operational conditions. Keep the equipment in its original package during transportation. 10 m/s2. Table 13 Mechanical stress allowed during transportation 8.2 Mechanical conditions The allowed mechanical conditions during transportation are shown in the table below. are shipped in cardboard crates that are mounted on durable plywood pallets. EC216 and EC213/-A. Vibration: .Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Operational environment 1) Maximum 60 consecutive days Relative humidity during transportation and storage may vary between 5 and 95%. Package type Single EC216 EC216 + EC213/-A EC213/-A Dimensions (H × W × L) 100. f = 2 to 9 Hz. 6 ms. Package dimensions including the pallets are given in the table below. When transported to a location that is above 3000 m.

but also to save energy.Ventilation in the equipment rooms Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC 9 Ventilation in the equipment rooms To guarantee system availability at all times. it is recommended industrial high performance air conditioning (HPAC) with dehumidification/reheating feature is installed. hot/cold isle principle with or without containment (enclosure of either hot. To make conditions better for equipment. the ventilation system must be designed to be functional without extended outage periods. To control temperature and humidity. cold or both isles) can be adopted. Hot air Cold air Rear side Front side DN02198119 IPA2800 Figure 8 Ventilation in the equipment room 44 Id:0900d805808309de Confidential DN99575461 . The flow of hot air from IPA2800 cabinets must be drawn out of the equipment room in the manner shown in the following figures. The equipment rooms must have sufficient backup capacity for ventilation and air conditioning in case the primary ventilation system or power supply fails.

Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Ventilation in the equipment rooms Hot air Rear side Front side DN02198107 IPA2800 Cold air Figure 9 Ventilation in the equipment room. with raised floor DN99575461 Id:0900d805808309de Confidential 45 .

432.1 PDH TDM interfaces PDH (ITU-T G.704 not used I.3 G.3 G. Mapping OAM F3 OAM F2 PDH (ITU-T G.804 I.704 not used Table 16 TDM T1 interface specifications 46 Id:0900d805802a6b27 Confidential DN99575461 .432.3 / G.3 / G.432.704 I.703) Interface type Impedance Connectors Balanced 120 Ω RJ-45 E1 Unbalanced 75 Ω BT43/SMB/Sub-D Bit rate Framing structure According to ITU-T rec.804 I.703) T1 100 Ω RJ-45 1544 kbit/s G.3 / G.Specifications of interfaces to the environment Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC 10 Specifications of interfaces to the environment The tables in this chapter show the specifications for the following network interfaces used in the IPA2800 network elements: • • • • • • PDH/TDM trunk interfaces (E1/T1/JT1) SDH/STM-1 trunk circuit interfaces SONET OC-3 interfaces Ethernet/LAN interfaces External synchronisation interfaces External HW alarm panel interfaces 10. Mapping OAM F3 OAM F2 OAM F1 2048 kbit/s G.432.432.704 I.704 Table 15 TDM E1 balanced/unbalanced interface specifications Interface type Impedance Connectors Bit rate Framing structure According to ITU-T rec.

VC-3 I.707 I.2/G.1 Table 18 SDH STM-1 interface specifications DN99575461 Id:0900d805802a6b27 Confidential 47 .2 SDH STM-1 interfaces Interface type Nominal wavelength (nm) Distance (km) Medium Connectors Bit Rate Transmission path Mapping OAM F3 OAM F2 OAM F1 1310 about 15 G.2/G.707 SDH not used STM-1 optical (ITU-T G.652 optical fibre (SM) LC 155 520 kbit/s VC-4.707 SDH I.2/G.3 / G.704 G.703) JT1 110 Ω RJ-45 1544 kbit/s G.432.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Specifications of interfaces to the environment Interface type OAM F1 PDH (ITU-T G.804 not used Table 17 TDM JT1 interface specifications 10.957) S-1.) Interface type Impedance Connectors Bit rate Framing structure According to ITU-T rec.432.703) T1 I.432. Mapping OAM F3 OAM F2 OAM F1 PDH (ITU-T G.432.704 Table 16 TDM T1 interface specifications (Cont.

048 Mhz Coaxial 75 Ω / twisted pair 120 Ω BNC / RJ-45 N/A N/A 1.03 1) Concatenated synchronous transport level 3 payload envelope/Synchronous transport level 3 payload envelope Table 19 SONET OC-3 interface specifications 10.105.652 optical fibre (SM) LC 155 520 kbit/s STS-3c SPE/STS-3 SPE (3 x STS-1 SPE) 1) ANSI T1.048 Mbit/s G.06) 1310 < 15 km ITU-T G.544 MHz Coaxial 75 Ω Connectors Bit rate Framing structure BNC N/A N/A Table 21 External synchronisation interface specifications 48 Id:0900d805802a6b27 Confidential DN99575461 .3 LC duplex (XCVR) 1000 Mbit/s Max cable length: Cable: Connectors: Bit rate: 100 m IEEE 802.4 Interface type: Ethernet/LAN interfaces IEEE 802.Specifications of interfaces to the environment Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC 10.3 RJ-45 10/100 Mbit/s Table 20 LAN interface specifications 10.105.5 Interface type External synchronisation interfaces Synchronisation interface Input interfaces Output Interface 64 kHz + 8 kHz 2.646-1995 / ANSI T1.048 Mbit/s Cable: ( Coaxial 75 Ω/ twisted pair 120 Ω BNC / RJ-45 2.3 RJ-45 100/1000 Mbit/s 1000Base-LX 5000 m IEEE 802.3 SONET OC-3 interfaces Interface type Nominal wavelength (nm) Distance (km) Medium Connectors Bit rate Transmission path Specification Jitter and wander OC-3 IR-1 (ANSI T1.106-1995 T1.048 Mhz Twisted pair 110 Ω RJ-45 N/A N/A Coaxial 75 Ω / twisted pair 120 Ω BNC / RJ-45 N/A N/A 2.3 (Ethernet) 10Base-T/ 100Base-TX 100Base-T/ 1000Base-TX 100 m IEEE 802.703 2.

703 Table 21 External synchronisation interface specifications (Cont.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Specifications of interfaces to the environment Interface type Synchronisation interface Input interfaces 2.048 Mbit/s 2.7 USB connector Pin Mechanical solder lug 1 2 3 4 Mechanical solder lug Description Shield ground +5V DATADATA+ GND Shield ground Table 23 USB connector 10.544 MHz Output Interface 64 kHz + 8 kHz 2.6 External HW alarm interfaces Alarm interface External HW alarm interface General outputs AL0-15.703 G.) 10.8 RS232 connector Pin 2 3 4 5 Signal TxD GND GND RxD Table 24 Pin order of the RS232 connector DN99575461 Id:0900d805802a6b27 Confidential 49 . G.703 According to ITU-T rec.048 Mhz G. for EXAU/-A panel and cabinet LAMP control Voltage-controlled HW alarm inputs CAL0-7 Voltage-controlled HW alarm inputs VAL0-31 D25 2 x D37 Connector types D37 Table 22 External alarm panel interfaces 10.703 1.048 Mhz G.

2808 ft = 1.155 sq in 1.000 J Power: 1W Pressure: 1 kPa (= 1.0936 yd/s2 0.37 in = 3.000 g Energy: 1 kJ = 1.03937 in 0.Conversion between metric and imperial measures Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC 11 Conversion between metric and imperial measures Conversion factors and tables Metric unit Length: 1 mm 1 cm = 10 mm 1 m = 100 cm Area: 1 mm 2 1 cm2 = 100 mm 2 0.000 cm 2 Acceleration: 1 m/s2 Mass: 1g 1 kg = 1.0353 oz 35.2736 oz = 2.2808 ft/s2 = 1.0016 sq in 0.000 Pa) 1 bar (= 100 kPa) Wire conductor size: 16 mm2 25 mm2 3.9479 Btu 3.0936 yd Imperial equivalent 1 m2 = 10.504 psi AWG 5 AWG 3 AWG 1 AWG 0 35 mm2 50 mm2 Table 25 Conversion factors from metric to imperial measurement units Imperial unit 1 in 1 ft = 12 in Metric equivalent 25.1956 sq yd 0.2046 lb 0.3048 m Table 26 Conversion factors from imperial to metric length measurement units 50 Id:0900d8058030d382 Confidential DN99575461 .413 Btu/h 0.1450 psi 14.764 sq ft = 1.4 mm 0.3937 in 39.550 sq in = 10.

multiply by 9. divide by 5.Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC Conversion between metric and imperial measures Temperature conversion formula To convert temperatures given in degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit. and add 32: t (F) = 9 t + 32 5 (C) DN99575461 Id:0900d8058030d382 Confidential 51 .