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Important Notice on Product Safety


DANGER - RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR DEATH - FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. The system complies with the standard EN 60950 / IEC 60950. All equipment connected to the system must comply with the applicable safety standards. Hazardous voltages are present at the AC power supply lines in this electrical equipment. Some components may also have high operating temperatures. Failure to observe and follow all installation and safety instructions can result in serious personal injury or property damage. Therefore, only trained and qualified personnel may install and maintain the system.

The same text in German: Wichtiger Hinweis zur Produktsicherheit LEBENSGEFAHR - BEACHTEN SIE ALLE INSTALLATIONSHINWEISE. Das System entspricht den Anforderungen der EN 60950 / IEC 60950. Alle an das System angeschlossenen Gerte mssen die zutreffenden Sicherheitsbestimmungen erfllen. In diesen Anlagen stehen die Netzversorgungsleitungen unter gefhrlicher Spannung. Einige Komponenten knnen auch eine hohe Betriebstemperatur aufweisen. Nichtbeachtung der Installations- und Sicherheitshinweise kann zu schweren Krperverletzungen oder Sachschden fhren. Deshalb darf nur geschultes und qualifiziertes Personal das System installieren und warten.

Caution:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with EN 301489. Its class of conformity is defined in table A30808-X3247-X910-*-7618, which is shipped with each product. This class also corresponds to the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the relevant standards referenced in the manual Guide to Documentation, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. For system installations it is strictly required to choose all installation sites according to national and local requirements concerning construction rules and static load capacities of buildings and roofs. For all sites, in particular in residential areas it is mandatory to observe all respectively applicable electromagnetic field / force (EMF) limits. Otherwise harmful personal interference is possible.

Trademarks: All designations used in this document can be trademarks, the use of which by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of their owners.

Copyright (C) Siemens AG 2003.


Issued by the Information and Communication Mobile Group Hofmannstrae 51 D-81359 Mnchen Technical modifications possible. Technical specifications and features are binding only insofar as they are specifically and expressly agreed upon in a written contract.

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Reason for Update


Summary: Third issue for release BR 6.0 Details: Chapter / Section all 2.13 Reason for Update New shelter type BS-241 II included New chapter: Installation of the Modules

Issue History
Issue 1 2 3 Date of Issue 07/2002 11/2002 12/2003 Reason for Update Removal of sections for installation of BS241U Second issue for release BR 6.0 Third issue for release BR 6.0

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This document consists of a total of 107 pages. All pages are issue 3.

Contents
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.5.1 2.5.2 2.5.3 2.6 2.6.1 2.6.2 2.6.3 2.6.4 2.7 2.7.1 2.7.2 2.8 2.9 2.9.1 2.9.2 2.10 2.10.1 2.10.2 2.10.3 2.10.3.1 2.10.3.2 2.10.3.3 2.10.3.4 2.10.4 2.10.5 2.10.6 2.10.7 2.10.8 2.10.9 2.10.9.1 2.10.10 2.11 2.11.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Purpose of the Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installation Prerequisites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Handling of the Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BS-241 / 241 II Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Position in the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Site Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Environmental Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Site Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Construction Characteristics of the BS-241 / 241 II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Functional Units and Ancillary Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Construction View of the BS-241 Shelter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Construction View of the BS-241 II Shelter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Equipment Delivery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preliminary Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unpacking the Shelter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Crane or Helicopter Transport on Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unpacking the Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Floor Mounting of the Shelters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mounting without Mounting Frames . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mounting with Mounting Frames. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back-to-back Assambly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mechanical Connections between the Shelters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EMC/IP Connection between HEX-Shelters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EMC/IP Connection between MEF-Shelters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connection of External Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ground and Power Supply Connections BS-241 / 241 II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Abis-Interface - PCM Link Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Abis-Interface for 120 Ohm Cable Impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Abis-Interface for 75 Ohm Cable Impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monitoring Interfaces on OVPT / ABISCON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Abis-Interface without OVPT / ABISCON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alarm Collection Terminal ACTM - external Signal Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . Installation of the Mounting Kit OPEXAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alarm Collection Terminal ACTC - internal Alarms / DC Supply. . . . . . . . . Alarm Collection Terminal ACTC-3 - internal Alarms / DC Supply . . . . . . . Local Maintenance Terminal (LMT) Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Antenna Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preparation of Antenna Jumper Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installation of the Tower Mounted Amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shelter Completion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installation of Backup Batteries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 13 13 14 15 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 20 21 22 22 23 24 25 25 26 28 34 34 35 38 38 40 43 43 46 47 48 51 54 56 57 59 60 60 65 69 69

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Installation of Backup Batteries Type Excide / Sonnenschein. . . . . . . . . . 70 Installation of Backup Batteries Type Oerlicon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Installation of Backup Batteries Type Hawker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Installation of Link Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Installation of Microwave Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Installation of NTPM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Cable Connections between the Shelters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 CAN- Bus Connections (BS-241 / 241 II). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 SELIC-Cabling between the Shelters (BS-241 / 241 II) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 - 48 V DC Connections (BS-241) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 - 48 V DC Connections (BS-241 II) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 230 V AC Connections (BS-241) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Heater Cabling (BS-241 II). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Battery Cabling between the Shelters (BS-241) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Battery Cabling between the Shelters (BS-241 II) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Installation of the Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Setup of System Cabling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 System Cabling with semi-rigid Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 System Cabling with Flexi-Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Terminators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Post Installation Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Installation Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Ancillary Material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Checklist for BS-241 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106

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Illustrations
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Terminal numbering of ACTM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Contents of the MK:OPEXAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Mounting of the MK:OPEXAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Connection of MK:OPEXAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Connector arrangement at ACTC (BS-241) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Connector arrangement at the ACTC-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Location of the LMT interface at DC panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Cell numbering (top view from the antenna pole) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Tools for jumper fabrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Parts of the connector unit kit (example) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Using the trimming tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Removal of isolation and deburring of inner conductor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Removal of metal particles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Assembly of the connector unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Fixing of connector unit, removal of outer insulation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Handling of heat protection tape and shrink sleeve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Shrinkage and removal of the visible heat protection tape . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Max. dimensions of antenna connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Routing of antenna jumpers inside the shelter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Position of TMA (DUAMCO combiner used). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Position of TMA (FICOM combiner used) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Configuration with HPDU, DUBIAS and TMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Installation of TMA and DUBIAS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Bottom view of the Tower Mounted Amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 TMA with mounting brackets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Battery tray with backup batteries type Excide / Sonnenschein . . . . . . 70 Connection of backup batteries type Sonnenschein . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Content of the air vent kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Connection of backup batteries (Co. Oerlicon) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Air vent system for Oerlicon battery set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Setup of the batteries, fixing of the tray bracket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Connection between the batteries, battery cable connection . . . . . . . . . 75 Routing of the air vent tubes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Entry of microwave antenna cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Alarm- and power supply connection for link equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Overview of microwave cabling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Overview of NTPM cabling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Interfaces on frame F:NT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Location of the CAN-Bus interfaces (example: BS-241) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Numbering of CAN-Bus connections between the shelters . . . . . . . . . . 83 Location of interfaces for CC-Links. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 SELIC-Cabling between the shelters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Location of the DC terminals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 -48 V DC distribution (example) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87

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-48V DC cable routing (example). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 AC cabling between the BS241 shelters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Location of AC terminal block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Location of heater (example: Service1A). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Heater: AC cabling between the shelters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Survey of battery cabling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Circuit diagram with Battery in Service1A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Circuit diagram without Battery in Service1A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Overview of Battery breakers for sets of batteries in Service1A / Service2 97 Fixing of the modules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Location of the code key no. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Example of system cabling with semi-rigid cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 System cabling with flexible cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101

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Functionality of semi-rigid system cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Functionality of flexible system cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Technical data of BS-241. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Checklist for BS-241 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105

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1 Introduction
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The CE and UL declaration of conformity for the product will be fulfilled if the setup and cabling is undertaken in accordance with the specification in the manual and the documentation listed there, such as mounting instructions, cable lists etc. Where necessary, project-specific documentation should be taken into account. Deviations from the specifications or independent changes during setup, such as use of cable types with lower screening values, for example, can lead to the CE requirements being violated. In such cases the CE declaration of conformity is invalidated and the responsibility passes to the person who has caused the deviations. The applying technical standards are listed in Guide to Documentation (Siemens document number X3247-K52-*-6735)

1.1

Purpose of the Manual


This document is intended to give the information necessary for the installation of the BS-241 / 241 II in the Base Station System (BSS). It contains a description of all the necessary steps to install the BTS on site and integrate it into the required infrastructure. The document includes information on the following: Equipment delivery and transportation Equipment unpacking Preliminary checks of equipment Floor mounting of the shelters further the connection of the base station to: Power supply PCM - Network Grounding Receive / transmit antenna system Alarm connections Base constructions For installation of equipment not supplied by Siemens (e.g. antennas, transmission equipment etc.) refer to site specific documentation or vendor instructions provided with the applicable equipment. It is recommended that the installation engineer read the following pre-installation instructions before beginning the installation.

1.2

Installation Prerequisites
It is required that the installer pay attention to all valid installation standards as well as EMC and EMF standards as they are listed in Guide to Documentation (Siemens document number X3247-K52-*-6735). The installation staff should have a basic knowledge of these applicable standards. All other equipment on site must be CE designated and has to provide interfaces for the connection of external cables according to EMC requirements and instructions in this manual. The installation manual must be available for stuff on site.

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1.3

Handling of the Modules


All boards and modules must be handled with extreme care as each one may contains electrostatically sensitive devices (ESD). The modules are marked with the ESD-label,

Fig. 1.1

ESD Symbol

are sensitive to static discharge. Notice: Avoid handling the modules in a high-static environment When handling the modules, do not touch connector contacts An earthed high-impedance wrist strap must be worn when handling modules. Use the socket at the shelters for wrist strap connection. The modules must be transported in appropriate packaging

Fig. 1.2

Socket for wrist strap connection (BS-241)

Fig. 1.3

Press-stud for ESD wrist strap connection (BS-241 II)

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2 BS-241 / 241 II Installation


2.1 Position in the System
Like all other base stations the BS241 / 241 II interconnects the MS via the Um interface with the trunk network via the Abis interface.

Um interface

BTS Abis interface Mobile Station

BSC Asub interface

TRAU A interface

MSC

SBS
Position of the BS-241 / 241 II within the SBS

Fig. 2.1

2.2

Site Requirements
The installation site must fulfill installation rules according to ETS 300253 or EN 503010 and EN 50174. The lightning protection measures must be in accordance with IEC 61312, IEC 61024 and IEC 61663 (in the future series IEC62305-3 to IEC62305-5) to achieve a lightning protection zone 1 interface to the communication equipment. With regard to explosion hazards, rooms for Base stations with integral battery back-up system must allow sufficient ventilation to maintain a hydrogen concentration below critical threshold (4%vol.) These values were calculated according to IEC/EN50272-2 (float charge mode). Prior to the commencement of installation, the site must have been prepared as follows: The site-specic base construction must have been mounted A concrete foundation large enough to accommodate shelter size and weight is needed for rural sites The installation area should be clear of standing water, fallen leaves, mud and building debris Measures should be taken to avoid unauthorized access The lightning protection and grounding systems must be complete All installation works of 3 phase 230 V AC power supply, including a false current protection switch which must be installed in each phase. A ground bar must have been installed with proper connection to ground. The BS-241 / 241 II shelters should be installed, after all other work to create the required infrastructure (antennas/antenna cabling, PCM lines...) is complete.

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2.3

Environmental Conditions
The location of a site may directly effect the correct operation of the base station. In terms of excessive salt contamination situations it is recommended not to place the BS-241 / 241 II close to coastal areas in order to avoid shorter maintenance intervals. It is recommended to keep a distance of about > 1500 m from the coast. Enclosures on coastal sites should not be installed with the air intakes facing directly into prevailing sea winds or spray. Installation under trees and foliage is not recommended due to increased levels of insects etc. which may be drawn into the cooling system by the fans. In areas of heavy snow fall the base station should be placed on a socket with an appropriate height, so that the air intakes will not be blocked by snow. In areas prone to flooding the base station should not be placed on the ground, because its bottom section is not waterproof. Sites located close to excessive airborne dust clouds i.e. cement, coal deposits etc. should also be minimized in order to avoid contamination of the cooling system and increased maintenance. The ambient temperature range is - 45C...+50C

2.4

Site Conguration
Operation of the BS-241 / 241 II requires additional equipment on site:

TX/RX antennas

microwave outdoor unit *

external alarms** PCM30 lines 3 x 230V/50Hz AC AC-counter/ main breaker

ground connection
*dependent on type of network integration **optional

Fig. 2.2

Site configuration BS-241 / 241 II

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2.5

Construction Characteristics of the BS-241 / 241 II


The Base Station equipment is housed in shelters with the dimensions 1750 mm x 700 mm x 650 mm (H x W x D) each with a different function. Because of the flexible configuration, several cable kits will be used for cable connections between the shelters.The following types of shelter exist: Base Shelter; contains core modules, up to 8 carrier units and antenna combiners. Extension Shelter; contains up to 8 carrier units and antenna combiners. Service1 Shelter for BS-241; contains AC/DC converters, backup batteries and link equipment in exible conguration Service1A Shelter for BS-241 II; contains up to six AC/DC converters, one AC/DC Distribution Panel (ADP) with Alarm Collection Terminal, backup batteries and link equipment in exible conguration. Service2 Shelter; contains backup batteries and link equipment in exible conguration The minimal configuration with max. 8 carrier units requires a Base Shelter and a Service1 / Service1A Shelter. The serving of a site with the max. number of 24 carrier units requires a Base Shelter, 2 Extension Shelters and a Service1 / Service1A Shelter. If then more than 8 Carrier Units are installed on site or in case of later extension of a BS-241 / 241 II with 8 Carrier Units, Extension Shelters will be used. The equipment in an Extension Shelter is equal to those of the Base Shelter (without core modules). Fig. 2.3 shows a fully equipped Extension Shelter. For extension of link equipment or battery backup up to 2 Service2 Shelters can be added. The integrated climate control system of the BS-241 / 241 II guarantees proper outdoor operation (temp. range: -45 C ... +50 C as per ETSI 4.1E). The product has been evaluated for protection against water splashing the enclosure from any direction and for ingress protection according to IP 55 (EN60529).

2.5.1

Functional Units and Ancillary Modules


The first shelter is called Base Shelter and contains the following modules: Generic Modules: Core Basis (COBA); essential components are the Base Core Controller, Advanced Clock Generation and the Carrier Unit Interfaces Core Satellite (COSA); expands the number of Abis-interfaces to provide up to 8 PCM30 ports and up to 24 Carrier Units in total. Alarm Collection Terminal (ACT); collects all alarms for those units having no access to the CAN-Bus and pass them via CAN-Bus interface to COBA Overvoltage Protection and Tracer (OVPT); protect the PMC24/30 ports of core boards from overvoltage and provide a monitoring interface for connected Abis-lines) Carrier related Modules: Carrier Unit (CU); consists of a receiving and transmitting part with synthesizer and power amplifier, a signal processing unit as well as a power supply unit EDGE Carrier Unit (ECU); using the same interfaces as CU but supporting EDGE functionality in up- and downlink. Antenna System Modules: TX - and RX - Combiner: DUAMCO

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TX - Combiner: FICOM RX - Multicoupler: DIAMCO High Power Duplexer: HPDU The types and numbers of modules are subject to modification, it depends on the cell configuration and the kind of antenna combining. For the Base Shelter to function a Service1 / Service1A Shelter is required which will be installed close to the Base Shelter. If only a Service1 / Service1A Shelter and not a Servic2 Shelter is located on site, then it contains all infrastructure equipment: AC/DC Converter (ACDC); converts the mains voltage into the -48 V DC supply voltage. Link Equipment (LE); can be NTPM if terrestrial line is used for connection to BSC or microwave. Backup Batteries; guarantees continuous operation for a certain time in case of mains breakdown or AC/DC failure. The number of Service Shelters depends on the number of installed carriers on site, the volume of required link equipment and the expected backup time of batteries. The following figures shows the most interesting configurations of the BS-241 Shelter.

Note: All empty slots in a partial equipped subrack must be closed with cover plates, so that the air flow inside the shelter will not be affected. Plates are not necessary for link equipment and empty battery trays.

2.5.2

Construction View of the BS-241 Shelter


SIEMENS SIEMENS
LMT ETHERNET

SIEMENS

DC-PANEL ACT-C

DC-PANEL ACT-C

DC-PANEL ACT-C

AC + DC Distribution

CU CU #0 #1

COBA 0 COSA 0 COBA 1 COSA 1

CTRL

AC/ AC/ AC/ AC/ AC/ AC/ AC/ DC DC DC DC DC DC DC 00 01 02 03 04 05

CU #4

CU #5

CU CU #0 #1

CU #4

CU #5

LE 0 LE 1 LE 2 LE 3 LE 4 LE 5

MUCO #0

MUCO #1

MUCO #0

CU CU #2 #3

CU #6

CU #7

CU CU #2 #3

MUCO #1

CU #6

CU #7

ACOM ACOM ACOM ACOM #1 #0 #3 #2

ACOM ACOM ACOM ACOM #1 #0 #3 #2

Plinth

Plinth

Plinth

Service1 Shelter

Base Shelter

Extension Shelter

Fig. 2.3

Types of BS-241 shelters

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SIEMENS DC-PANEL ACT-C

SIEMENS DC-PANEL ACT-C

SIEMENS DC-PANEL ACT-C

AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/ DC DC DC DC DC DC DC CTRL 01 02 03 04 05 06 AC + DC Distribution

AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/ DC DC DC DC DC DC DC CTRL 00 01 02 03 04 05 AC + DC Distribution

AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/ DC DC DC DC DC DC DC CTRL 00 01 02 03 04 05 AC + DC Distribution

AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/ DC DC DC DC DC DC DC CTRL 01 02 03 04 05 06 AC + DC Distribution

LE 0 LE 1 LE 2 LE 3 LE 4 LE 5

AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/ DC DC DC DC DC DC DC CTRL 10 11 12 13 14 15 AC + DC Distribution

AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/AC/ DC DC DC DC DC DC DC CTRL 10 11 12 13 14 15 AC + DC Distribution

LE 0 LE 1 LE 2 LE 3 LE 4 LE 5

LE 0 LE 1 LE 2 LE 3 LE 4 LE 5 LE 6 LE 7 LE 8 LE 9 LE 10 LE 11

Fig. 2.4

Configuration variants of the Service1 Shelter (selection)

SIEMENS DC-PANEL ACT-C

SIEMENS DC-PANEL ACT-C

SIEMENS DC-PANEL ACT-C

SIEMENS DC-PANEL ACT-C

LE 0 LE 1 LE 2 LE 3 LE 4 LE 5

LE 0 LE 1 LE 2 LE 3 LE 4 LE 5 LE 6 LE 7 LE 8 LE 9 LE 10 LE 11

LE 0 LE 1 LE 2 LE 3 LE 4 LE 5 LE 0 LE 1 LE 2 LE 3 LE 4 LE 5 LE 6 LE 7 LE 8 LE 9 LE 10 LE 11

Fig. 2.5

Configuration variants of Service2 Shelter (selection)

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Construction View of the BS-241 II Shelter


The Base Station equipment of the BS-241 II is housed in shelters with the dimensions 1750mm x 700mm x 650mm (H x W x D) each with a different function. The site configuration of shelters and the functionality of a BS-241 II is equal to the BS-241. The shelter layout are shown in the figure below (example of a 16 carrier site).

0V -48V

ACTC

FAN#0

FAN#1

ACTC
BR01BR02BR03 BR04BR05 BR06BR07BR08

ACTC
BR01BR02BR03 BR04BR05 BR06

0V -48V

0V -48V

LE Panel (S2)

FAN#0

FAN#1

FAN#0

FAN#1

FAN#0

FAN#1

HU # 0 forLE HU # 1 for LE HU # 2 for LE HU # 3 for LE HU # 4 for LE HU # 5 for LE

COBA 0 COSA 0 COBA 1 COSA 1

ACTC

LE
+2 1 X29 BR 33

180A

AD Panel
- - Service Socket

CU CU #0 #1

CU #4

CU #5

CU CU #0 #1

CU #4

CU #5

BE1E2 BE1E2

BAT 01

+++
0V -48V

+-

FAN#2
LE Panel (S1A)

FAN#3

FAN#2

FAN#3

MK: Battery

MUCO #0

MUCO #0

MUCO #1

MUCO #1

HU #0 for LE HU #1 for LE HU #2 for LE HU #3 for LE HU #4 for LE


MK: Battery

H P D U 0

CU CU #2 #3

CU #6

H CU P #7 D U 1

H P D U 0

CU CU #2 #3

CU #6

CU #7

H P D U 1

HU #5 for LE

FAN#4

FAN#5

FAN#4

FAN#5

ACOM ACOM ACOM ACOM #1 #0 #3 #2

ACOM ACOM ACOM ACOM #1 #0 #3 #2

Plinth
Service2 Shelter

ACTP

Plinth

ACTP

MSU: AC

Plinth
Base Shelter

ACTM

Plinth

ACTP

Service1A Shelter

Extension Shelter

Fig. 2.6

Types of BS-241U II shelter

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Equipment Delivery
The BS-241 / 241 II shelters are shipped or transported by vertically mounted on a wooden pallet. To avoid the damage of the paint coat, the shelter edges are protected with cartoon profiles and the shelter is wrapped with PE-foil. The Service shelters will be delivered without backup batteries. Additional packages will be used for transportation of the batteries. A label with the following information for delivery identification is fixed at the shelter: customer order number serial numbers of the shelter or other supplied equipment destination gross and net weight overall dimensions (cm) delivery papers A plastic bag contains all delivery papers.

WARNING Depending on the pre-installed modules inside the shelters, the transportation weigh can reach up to approx. 410 kg. The shelter should be transported to the site on an air-suspensioned truck, recommended with 4WD, minimum 2.000 kg payload and lifting stage.

WARNING The movement of the shelter should be supervised by personnel qualified in heavy lifting and safety. All personnel must be properly attired, wearing a safety helmet, safety boots and protective gloves. To load the shelter onto the transporting vehicle, proceed as follows: Maneuver the forklift truck, with its forks lowered, to the center of the base of the shipping pallet. When the forklift is in position, an adjustable strap has to be positioned around the shelter and secured to the forklift mast eyebolts. Pull the strap tight. Raise the shelter until it is at a suitable height to load onto the transporting vehicle Lower the shelter onto the transporting vehicle. Remove the straps and the packing. Secure the shelter to the transporting vehicle. (this operation is the responsibility of the company transporting the shelter). Prior to the arrival of the BS-241 / 241 II equipment, the installation personnel should designate an area at the site where the equipment can be unloaded and unpacked. The equipment should be carefully delivered to the site with the necessary equipment dollies and padding for movement from the unloading area to the installation point. To unload the shelter from the vehicle, proceed with the following steps: Release the straps etc. securing the pallet to the transporting vehicle. Maneuver the forklift into position so that the forks are aligned under the center of the pallet. Raise the pallet to clear the transporting vehicle and lower it to the ground in the vicinity of the base construction or foundation onto which it is to be located.

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Preliminary Checks
The BS-241 / 241 II is equipped with a ShockwatchTM-label and a TIP (N) TELLTM -label. These labels are fixed at the shelter for indication of fallover or strong shocks during the transport from factory to the site. If the TIP (N) TELLTM arrow is blue, the package has been on the side or tipped over in transit. When the ShockwatchTM-label is red, the package has been shocked during the transport. Check that the shelter and labels are in proper condition. If there is obvious damage due to transportation, unpack the equipment in the presence of an insurance company representative and promptly claim any damage. Inform the shipper of the specific damage. Check whether the package is actually addressed to the site and complete.

ShockwatchTM-label

TIP (N) TELLTM-label

Fig. 2.7

ShockwatchTM-label and TIP (N) TELLTM-label

2.6.2

Unpacking the Shelter


During the unpacking steps, great care must be taken to ensure that the shelter is not scratched or damaged in any way. Unpack the shelter in steps as follows. Cut the straps that wrapped around the shelter and pallet. Cut the protection foil at the shelter edges from the top to the bottom. Remove the protection foil and the cartoon proles Release the bolts securing the shelter to the wooden support (The 4 bolts are accessible after removal of the plinths front cover). Move the shelter from the transportation pallet.

WARNING Safety gloves and goggles must be worn when cutting the straps. Pay attention to the tension of the straps. Use only plate shears. Immediately after unpacking the shelter, inspect it for damage and report the extent of any damage to the transportation company.

WARNING The burning of packing material should be avoided, as packaging may give off toxic gases.

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Crane or Helicopter Transport on Site


WARNING Under no circumstances must the sets of batteries be inserted into the shelters during transportation. The door must be kept closed during transportation. If the shelter should be transported by crane or helicopter, 4 lift eye bolts must be fixed to the shelter. There are four holes on the top of the shelter for this purpose, these holes are accessible after removal of the roof. Proceed in accordance with Fig. 2.8 - Fig. 2.10 in the following steps: Move the little lid to the side to get access to the key hole. Insert the key in the lock and turn it clockwise. After unlocking the lower part of the handle, it can be moved out of the BTS. To open the door, turn the handle counter-clockwise for 45. To open the roof, loosen the bolts in the top extrusions behind the door frame. Shift back the roof (without damaging the roof sealing) and insert the eye bolts. After the lifting works are nished and the shelter is located in its nal position, unscrew the eye bolts and retain them for future use. Setup the roof into closed position and x it using bolts.

Fig. 2.8

Opening of the shelter doors (example of BS-241)

lift up and slide back loose

Fig. 2.9

Removal of the roof (example of BS-241)

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srew down eye bolts

remove

Fig. 2.10

Mounting of lift eye bolts (example of BS-241)

60

Fig. 2.11

Guideline for crane transport

! 2.6.4

Do not run or stay below suspended loads! The shelter must be properly fixed and screwed!

Unpacking the Devices


Unpack the devices as follows: Open the PVC wrap protecting the carton and remove it. Remove the dehydrating material bag from the box. Cut knife the adhesive tape sealing the box with a suitable knife. Take the device out of the box. Open the PVC wrap protecting the device/board and remove it.

WARNING The burning of packing material should be avoided, as packaging may give off toxic gases. The packing material should be preserved for future re-packing. For this purpose, reverse the procedure described above, taking into account the warnings specified for packing.

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2.7
!

Floor Mounting of the Shelters


It is strictly not allowed, to install the BS-241 / 241 II without fixing to a concrete foundation or base construction!

2.7.1

Mounting without Mounting Frames


The shelters can be mounted directly on a concrete foundation with dimensions as shown in Fig. 2.12 (example for 3-shelter configuration).
200 2600 2100 300

600 350

253

723

cable channel

106 848 1549 2250 1100

top view

reinforced concrete type 25

+100 +/- 0 - 150

-800

section A -A
cable channel 250 x 100 100

frost protection gravel until min. -800 mm

gradient approx. 2%

section B -B

Fig. 2.12

Foundation for BS-241 / 241 II shelter (proposal)

1950

253

650

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In this case mark the required holes in accordance with Fig. 2.12 and Fig. 2.13. Each shelter must be fixed to the foundation with 4 screws M12. dowel supplier: dowel drilling diameter hole depth bolt washer washer Tab. 2.1 USA M12 E 15 mm 54 mm M12x60 14 DIN 434 A13 DIN 125 UPAT SL M 12 N 18 mm 80 mm M12x80 14 DIN 434 A13 DIN 125 Fischer

Recommended xing material for BS-241 / 241 II on foundation

These material can be also used, for fixing the mounting frames on the foundation.

700 mm 595 mm rear of plinth d = 14.5 mm 377 mm

60 mm1)

140 mm

52.5 mm

all measures in mm 1) maximum length 2) recommended distance rear to wall for cleaning purposes Fig. 2.13 Drilling template of the BS-241 / 241 II plinth

2.7.2

Mounting with Mounting Frames


The mounting frames are optional hardware parts for the installation of the BS-241 / 241 II and provide the space for routing of antenna-, power supply-, PCM- and alarm cables to the correct shelter. Several types of mounting frames can be designed as an interface between the customers foundation or base construction and the BS 241 / 241 II shelters.

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Fig. 2.14 provides a suggestion as basic information about two types of mounting frames. The recommended material for manufacturing is profile steel U 140 DIN 1026 ST 50-2. 700 mm 1400 mm

A
575 mm 575 mm

A
single shelter frame 575 mm 140 mm 60 mm double shelter frame

420 mm single /double shelter frame view A - A single shelter frame double shelter frame space for cable routing double shelter frame double shelter frame

service shelter 4 Fig. 2.14

service shelter 3

service shelter 2

service shelter 1

base shelter

extension shelter 1

extension shelter 2

Mounting frame for BS-241, example for configuration A mounting frame as described or a suitable metal construction must be used if there no cable channel is available in the concrete foundation. Insert the four screws (M12) for fixing of the shelter to the mounting-frame into the plinth from below. The screws must be fastened with appropriate washers (B13) and nuts (M12). The using of additional lock nuts is an optional security measure. The BS 241 requires the following distances from walls, buildings etc.: right side panel to wall approx. 400 mm for 120 door opening left side panel to wall approx. 700 mm for the possibility of later extension and for routing the external cables inside the plinth recommended distance plinth to wall 200 mm for cleaning purposes and proper air ow an area with a minimum depth of 1100 mm is required for installation and maintenance activities additional space, depending on the minimum bending radius of the antenna jumpers on the left or right is needed 400 mm above the roof line for removal the roof

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400 mm 700 mm

later extension possible

Fig. 2.15

Minimum floorspace for BS-241 / 241 II installation

2.8

Back-to-back Assambly
Back-to-back assembly means all configurations that are not lined up in a connected row, but with distance between the sidewalls of shelters. These configuration are according to customer requirements. The open cable channel for inter-shelter cabling from one shelter to the other one has to be closed with an EMI shielded mechanical EMI-kit. In this conduit, the DC-cables, battery cables, temp.resistor cables, CAN bus and Selic cables will be routed from one shelter to the other. The mechanical equipment and cables necessary for connecting the shelters are part of corresponding mounting kits.

Other configurations with up to 5 m distance are possible and have to be defined for specific project. In this case additional mechanical support and sleeve equipment as well as extended cables, described in the following tables, are necessary. Additional to the standard configurations of back-to-back assembly as shown in the figures of this section other configuration with distances up to 5 metres are possible. In this case required components and extended cables have to be defined in accordance to customers requirements depending on length of tube.

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Fig. 2.16

Back-to-back configuration

max. 5 m

Fig. 2.17

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min. 200 mm

Service2

2900 mm

Fig. 2.18

Back-to-back configuration with Service1 and Service2

Extension2

min. 200 mm

Service1

Base

Extension1 MK:SHBB-EE S30861-S2148-S tube

2900 mm Fig. 2.19 Back-to-back configuration with Extension1 and Extension2

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The following tables informs additional to standard configurations about the mechanical components and typical cables for extension. Measure X is the length of the flexible conduit and means also the additional cable length. The relation between cables with Siemens code no. and cable no. is given in Tab. 2.7. Service 2/3 Service 2/2 distance X Service 2/1 S2/1-S2/2 DC cable AC cable CAN-Bus cable Battery cable Temp.resitor cable Tube shelter shelter shelter shelter shelter shelter 2) (110/3, 111/3)+X 1) (112/3) (110/4, 111/4)+X 1) (112/3) (219)+X (215/1)+X (249)+X Service 1 Base S1-S2/2 Extension 1 S1-S2/3 Extension 2 E2-S2/2

1) max. distance of AC/DC frame 5,5 m otherwise a special cable has to be defined. 2) type of tube see Tab.2.8. Tab. 2.2 Gap between Service2/1 and Service2/2 Shelter

Service 2/3

Service 2/2

Service 2/1

Service 1 S2/2-E2

Base S2/1-E2

Extension 1 S1-E2 (222)+X (218/1)+X

distance X B-E2

Extension 2 E1-E2

DC cable AC cable CAN-Bus cable Selic cable

shelter shelter shelter shelter (249)+X (248)+X

1) (277,278)+ X 2)

Tube

shelter

1) replace fix installed cable by extended cable (+X) 2) type of tube see Tab.2.8. Tab. 2.3 Gap between Extension1 and Extension2 Shelter

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Service 2/1

Service 1

Base

distance X

Extension 1 S2/1-E2

Extension 2 S1-E1 (221)+X (217/1)+ X S1-E2 (222)+ X (218/1) +X B-E1 B-E2

S2/2-E1 S2/2-E2 S2/1-E1 DC cable AC-cable CAN-Bus cable Battery cable shelter shelter shelter shelter

(249)+X (247)+X (248)+X

(246)+X 1) 1) (277,278)+ (277,278)+ X X 2)

tube

shelter

1) replace fix installed cable by extended cable (+X) 2) type of tube see Tab.2.8. Tab. 2.4 Gap between Base and Extension1 Shelter

Service 2/3

Service 2/2

Service 2/1

distance X S2/2-E2

Service 1 S2/1-E1

Base

Extension 1 S1-S2/1 (219/1)+X (215/1)+X

Extension 2 S1-S2/2 S1-S2/3

S2/1-E2

DC cable AC cable CAN-Bus cable Battery cable Temp.resistor cable tube

shelter shelter shelter shelter shelter shelter (249)+X (247)+X (248)+X

(110/2+ 111/2)+X 1) (112/2) 3)

(110/3+ 111/3)+X 2) (112/3)

(110/4+ 111/4)+X 2) (112/3)

1) max. distance from AC/DC frame to battery 2,5 m, otherwise use cable 112/3 2) max. distance from AC/DC frame to battery 5,5 m, otherwise a special must be defined 3) type of tube see Tab.2.8. Tab. 2.5 Gap between Service2/1 and Service1 Shelter

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Service 2/2

Service 2/1

Service 1 S2/2-E1

distance X S2/2-E2

Base

Extension 1 S2/1-E2

Extension 2 S1-B (220)+X (216/1)+ X S1-E1 (221)+X (217/1)+ X (246)+X S1-E2 (222)+X (218/1) +X

S2/1-E1

DC cable AC cable CAN-Bus cable tube

shelter shelter shelter shelter (249)+X (247)+X (248)+X

(245)+X 1)

1) type of tube see Tab.2.8. Tab. 2.6 Gap between Service1 and Base The following cables with Siemens code no. are typical cables for inter-shelter-cabling without extension. cable code no. 110/2, 111/2 110/3, 111/3 110/4, 111/4 112/2 112/3 215/1 216/1 217/1 218/1 219 220 221 222 245 246 247 248 249 Tab. 2.7 Siemens code no. S30864-X211-A47 S30864-X211-A48 S30864-X211-A49 S30864-X211-A44 S30864-X211-A45 Component of S30864-X211-A18 Component of S30864-X211-A19 Component of S30864-X211-A42 Component of S30864-X211-A43 S30864-X211-A13 S30864-X211-A14 S30864-X211-A15 S30864-X211-A16 S30864-X210-A11 S30864-X210-A12 S30864-X210-A13 S30864-X210-A14 S30864-X210-A15 Inter-shelter cables without extension

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Siemens code no. S30864-X210-A2 S30864-X210-A2

Inter-shelter cables without extension

exible conduit

Siemens code no.

type 1 (distance 0,625 m - 2,40 m) C50324-Z200-C22 type 2 (distance 1,25 m - 5,00 m) Tab. 2.8 Types of exible conduit C50324-Z200-C21

Other mechanical components which are required for extension independent on length of tube are part of mechanical kit C50324-A200-A8.

2.9

Mechanical Connections between the Shelters


For function of the BS -241 cable connections between the shelters are necessary. For cable routing from one shelter into another (e.g. heating, DC power supply, CAN-Bus) without leaving the EMC-protected area, a cabling channel is provided. For this reason holes, which are covered by plates for single shelters and the end-shelters of a row are provided at both sides of a shelter. The installation of these cables can be started, after all shelters are screwed together by the screw-connection kits inside the plinth of the shelter (article-number of Co. Knrr 1.914.200.0). After that, the row of shelters must be fixed to the foundation or base construction as described in section 2.7 of this manual.

2.9.1

EMC/IP Connection between HEX-Shelters


For the connection of shelter-types which are equipped with heat exchangers (Siemens serial no. S30861-C2002-X-3 and S30861-C2002-X-4) the connecting kit as shown in the figure below will be used (Siemens serial no. S30861-K2015-X). The connecting kit will be mounted in steps as follows: Remove the cover plates from those shelters, which should be connected. Slide the smaller sealing ring (1) on the tube (2) and t the bigger sealing ring (3) into the slot of the ange (4). Insert the tube in the interconnection hole of the shelters to be connected. Inside of that shelter, where the sealing ring is located that was slide on the tube, slide one of the anges on the tube. Position the ange to the shelter wall and x it loose to the shelter wall with 4 screws of the screw pack (5). Slide the second sealing ring (1) on the other side of the tube. Slide on the other ange on the same side of the tube, shift the ange to the correct position and x it with the other 4 screws. Fasten all screws. The ange must be placed plane to rest without gap on the shelter wall.

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5 1

3 3

4 4 2

Fig. 2.20

Completion of connecting kit (tube)

2.9.2

EMC/IP Connection between MEF-Shelters


The mechanical connections between the shelters are the following: EMC/IP connection kit (Siemens serial no. S30861-K2073-X) screw connection kit ground connection angle For installation of the mechanical connections proceed with steps as follows: Afx the rst shelter to the foundation or to the mounting frame as described in section 2.7.1 and 2.7.2 of this manual and remove the plastic stoppers of the holes as shown in Fig. 2.22 of the shelters, which have to be connected. Remove the protection foil of the adhesive tapes of the ALTOFLEX EMC/IP sealing ring (Siemens serial no. S30861-K2073-X). Attach the sealing ring around the hole of the rst xed shelter as shown in Fig. 2.21.

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Fig. 2.21

Setup of the ALTOFLEX sealing ring

Setup the second shelter onto the surface of the base construction and shift the shelter closed together the rst one. Insert the screw-connection kit (1) into the plinth of the rst shelter, so that both bolts of the kit can be tted through the holes of the plinth (diameter 13 mm). After the rst part of the kit is in the correct position, setup the second part (2) inside the plinth of the adjoining shelter. Tighten both screws (3), so that the shelters are standing close together without gap.

3 1

location of the screw connectio kit inside

Fig. 2.22

Installation of the screw-connection kit

For aligning the shelter type ...-X5 (MEF-shelter) to one shelter of type ...-X3 or ...X4 (HEX-shelter), two fixing holes of 13 mm in diameter must be drilled into the plinth of the X3 / X4 shelters. By drilling a pilot hole and using a taper or counter bore, the 13 mm holes can be drilled by hand. The drilling holes needs no rust proofing compound because the material of the plinth is out of stainless steel. The drilling of holes and a screw connection between HEX-shelter and MEF-shelter is not necessary if the connection kit S30861-K2015-X with tube will be used.

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52,5

25 diameter 13 mm

front side

rear side
sketch without scale

Fig. 2.23

Drilling sketch for plinth of HEX-shelter

The ground connection angle will be used for connecting the metal studs at the bottom left and right corners of the adjoining shelters. These ground studs (M8) are also internally connected to the PE-plate of the appropriate shelter.

Fig. 2.24

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2.10.1

Connection of External Cables


Overview
This chapter gives information required for installing the external cables between the BS-241 / 241 II and equipment outside the shelter. The shelter cannot function without the following cable connections: AC mains terminal block (MSU) - > connection point of 230 V AC, 3-phase supply ground bolts -> site grounding system Abis interface -> PCM links (via NTPM in case of terrestrial lines) microwave indoor units -> W outdoor units (if W equipment is used o f r transmission) transmit / receive antenna connectors -> antenna system ground strip of antenna cables shields -> ground bolt optional: serial interface -> signalling link terminal operator alarm interface -> external alarm donators All interfaces are located behind the front cover of the plinth. The front covers are removable, this allows the manipulation of cables coming from ground and being fed through the IP-panel into the plinth. Remove the front covers according to Fig. 2.25: Unscrew the xing screw of the front cover (1). Flap back the front cover (2) and disconnect the ground wire. Lift up the front cover (3). Avoid damages of the paint coat.

1 2 3

front cover

Fig. 2.25

Removal of plinth front covers (example: BS-241)

The bottom of the plinth contains a module allowing the feeding of cables with a diameter between 8 and 22 mm into the shelter while protecting the shelter from water and dust. The cable feeding module allows the routing of cable with a width of 420 mm.

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loose loose 1 2

loose 3
Fig. 2.26

slide back

Opening of the cable feeding module of BS-241 plinth

On the left side 130 mm to the middle of the cable feeding module a strain relief allows the fixing of an AC power cable (diameter between 16 and 22 mm), all other cable will be fixed at the module with cable ties.

The outer insulation of all screened cables, entering the EMC protected space of the shelters via the EMI-panel must be removed in the area of the EMC gasket for proper contact between cable screen and the metal screened sealing strips.

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Service1 Shelter
SIEMENS
LMT ETHERNET

Base Shelter
SIEMENS
LMT ETHERNET

Extension Shelter
SIEMENS
LMT ETHERNET

DC-PANEL ACT-C

DC-PANEL ACT-C

DC-PANEL ACT-C

AC + DC Distribution

CU CU #0 #1

COBA 0 COSA 0 COBA 1 COSA 1

AC/ AC/ AC/ AC/ AC/ AC/ AC/ DC DC DC DC DC DC DC CTRL 00 01 02 03 04 05

CU #4

CU #5

CU CU #0 #1

CU #4

CU #5

LE 0 LE 1 LE 2 LE 3 LE 4 LE 5

MUCO #0

MUCO #1

MUCO #0

CU CU #2 #3

CU #6

CU #7

CU CU #2 #3

MUCO #1

CU #6

CU #7

ACOM ACOM ACOM ACOM #1 #0 #3 #2

ACOM ACOM ACOM ACOM #1 #0 #3 #2

ground cable microwave cables antenna cables serial interface cable Abis lines external alarms / commands

3 x 230 V AC mains

Note: CU can be also EDGE-CU

Fig. 2.27

Locations of connection points for external cables (example of BS-241)

2.10.2

Ground and Power Supply Connections BS-241 / 241 II


The BS-241 / 241 II has to be connected to the site specific ground system before starting the connection of AC mains cable. All adjoining shelters must be grounded using a ground bolt and will be connected to the bottom left and right corners of each shelter respectively. These ground bolts (M8) are also internally connected to the PE-plate of the appropriate shelter. The ground system on site must comply with the standards IEC 1024-1 and VDE 0185. A ground cable (16 mm2, copper conductor) must be connected at the M8 ground bolt, located at the lower left side of the service shelter. The ground bolt is connected via an internal ground cable inside the shelter plinth with the PE-plate at EMI panel.

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Fig. 2.28

Ground connection between the shelters

Connect the BS-241 / 241 II shelter and ground system as follows: Use the nearest connection point of the ground system. Ascertain the distances between the connection points of the ground system and the ground bolt of the shelter. Cut the cables to the required length. Remove the cable covering at the end to connect to the ground bolt (length approx. 7 mm) and x a double crimped cable lug M8. Connect the prepared cable end to the ground bolt. Tighten the nut rmly. The 5-pole terminal block of the MSU, located in the plinth of Service 1 / Service1A Shelter, is the connection point for the AC mains cable. The BS-241 / 241 II will be powered by 3 x 230 V, 50 Hz, 20 A per phase. For three-phase equipment, the disconnect device shall disconnect simultaneously all phase conductors of the supply. For equipment requiring a neutral connection to an IT power system, the disconnect device shall be a four-pole device and shall disconnect all phase conductors and the neutral conductor.

This warning must appear in the original German text: Vor Anschlu des 3 x 230 V Einspeisungskabels ist sicherzustellen, da das Kabel spannungsfrei ist. Die Hauptsicherungen sind zu unterbrechen. Es sind geeignete Manahmen gegen unbefugtes Einschalten der Netzspannung zu treffen. The following figure shows the recommended cabling for the power supply and ground connections.

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AC distribution AC counter 3 x 35 A main breakers (BS-241 II) 3 x 25 A main breakers (BS-241)

ground wire 16 mm2 ground bar

3 x 230 V AC mains 1) NYY-I 5 x 4 mm2

connection to ground (50 mm2)

earth angle

1) cross section needed depend on the cable length between external breaker and MSU Fig. 2.29 AC mains and ground connection of BS-241 / 241 II

To connect the BS-241 / 241 II with the AC mains connection point proceed with the following steps: Unscrew the front cover of the plinth and remove the cover carefully. Refer to the site documentation for the required information about type and location of the AC distribution. Check the actual distance between terminal block and AC distribution. Cut the cable to the required length. Note: The protection earth wire (PE) must be approx. 2 cm longer as the L1, L2, L3 and the N wires. Remove the insulation of the cable and cut back the wire insulation at the end; that is to be connected to the terminal block. Lead the cable through the cable feeding module at the bottom of the shelter. Fix the cables at the strain relief by the clamp. Insert the wires into the terminals and check that all wires are in xed position. Lead the main cable to the connection point for 380 V AC.

L1 L2 L3 PE

N L1 L2 L3 PE

Fig. 2.30

Wiring of the AC terminal

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2.10.3

Abis-Interface - PCM Link Terminal


The Abis interfaces PCM0 and PCM1, located on EMI panel, provides the communication links to the neighboring Base Stations or to the controlling BSC. The Abis interfaces could be terminated with an optional Overvoltage Protections (OVPT) which protects the boards inside the BS-241 / 241 II against overvoltage (residual voltage < 1 kV) or an Abis connection board (ABISCON) without an installed overvoltage protection facility.

If the connection point for the Abis line (e.g. NTPM or Microwave equipment) is outside of the Service1 / Service1A or Service2 Shelter of the installed BTSE an OVPT module has to be installed always. Two types of OVPT exist: OVPTCOAX for 75 and OVPT for 120 cables. Without over-voltage protection, if this function is not needed, the ABISCON for 120 or the ABISCONCX for 75 PCM lines can be used. Depending on the different cable impedances it is recommended to use: screened cable containing 8/10 shielded twisted pairs 0,25 mm2 for 120 PCM lines, e.g. S-09YS(ST)CY 8x2x0.6/1.2. coaxial cables for 75 wiring, e.g. 2YCCY 0.4/2.5.

Use only twisted pair or coaxial copper cables with braided shielding! The outer diameter of the PCM cable must not exceed 8 mm. The maximum cable length depends on the attenuation of the cable, in order to fulfill the requirements of minimum voltage levels to be provided at Abis interface according to PCM standards. The cable shielding must be connected to the relevant ground pins as close as possible (in order to avoid EMC/RF interfering effects).

2.10.3.1

Abis-Interface for 120 Ohm Cable Impedance


Before starting the connection of the PCM cables at the Abis interface of the OVPT or ABISCON prepare the cables as shown in the figure below.

Fig. 2.31

Preparation of the PCM-cable, 120 impedance

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Cut the cable to the required length (1). Cut back the outer insulation approx.13 cm (2). Remove approx. 11 cm of the braided shield (3). Cut around the outer insulation and shift the insulation ring to the end of the braided shield (4). Remove the foil shields and the additional plastic wires. Remove 6 mm of the wires insulation. Wrap the exposed cable screen, which will be xed at the stress relieving.

PCM 0 PCM 1

Fig. 2.32

Access to the Abis interfaces

PCM1

PCM0

SUB-D25 connector

Fig. 2.33

Lower side of OVPT-plate (OVPT for 120 Ohm impedance)

For easier connection of the PCM-cables loose the 6 screws as shown in Fig. 2.32. It is not necessary to disconnect the internal PCM cables.

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Take the plate carrying the OVPT / ABISCON out and set it into the slot, which is placed in the EMI panel. Attach the cable at the stress-relieving bracket with cable ties. Insert the wires into the terminals of the OVPT / ABISCON. Insert the additional wire (shielding potential) into one of the ground terminals (e.g. no. 24). Lead the additional wire and the uplink and downlink wires on the shortest route (that means without sleeves) between the stress relieving and the screw terminals. All unconnected PCM lines (4 wires per line) must be connected to one of the ground terminals.
SY NC EX T

9 11 13 15 17

19

21 23 25 27

8 10 12 14 16 18

20

22 24 26 28

A PCM 4

PCM 3

PCM 2 Up Link = TX

PCM 1

Fig. 2.34

Wiring of the Abis interface PCM 0

Down Link = RX

B A 1 3 5

B 7

B 19

A 21 23 25 27

9 11 13 15 17

8 10 12 14 16 18

20

22 24 26 28

A PCM 8

PCM 7

PCM 6

PCM 5

Up Link = TX Fig. 2.35 Wiring of the Abis interface PCM 1

EX

B A

SY
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clamping saddles (not part of OVPT)

Fig. 2.36

Connection of external PCM cables (example with clamping saddles)

i
2.10.3.2

The pin arrangement of the OVPT is equal to the wiring of the ABISCON.

Abis-Interface for 75 Ohm Cable Impedance


The Abis interface to the peripheral link equipment is done by use of 9 SMA coaxial connectors, located at the OVPTCOAX or ABISCONCX. For Abis cabling with 75 impedance use coaxial cable e.g. 2YCCY 0.4/2.5.

holes for stress relieving

PCM lines
9 Fig. 2.37 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 OVPT with SMA connectors (75 )

Fix a SMA-female connector for each PCM-up and down line cable at the end to be connected to the OVPT. Connect the cables to the matching connectors.

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Use a torque spanner for SMA connector (80 N/cm). Fix the cables at the holes for stress-relieving by straps. signal coax connector 1 2 3 4 5 signal PCM3-DLA PCM4-ULA PCM4-DLA EXTSYNCA --6 7 8 9 --coax connector

PCM1-ULA PCM1-DLA PCM2-ULA PCM2-DLA PCM3-ULA Tab. 2.9

Wiring of Abis interface PCM0, 75

signal PCM5-ULA PCM5-DLA PCM6-ULA PCM6-DLA PCM7-ULA Tab. 2.10 1 2 3 4 5

coax connector

signal PCM7-DLA PCM8-ULA PCM8-DLA ----6 7 8 9 ---

coax connector

Wiring of Abis interface PCM1, 75

i
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The pin arrangement of the OVPTCOAX is equal to the wiring of the ABISCONCX.

Monitoring Interfaces on OVPT / ABISCON


The OVPT / ABISCON carries 3 6pin DIN41616 test connectors for monitoring the PCM lines.The following tables show the wiring of the monitoring interfaces. The pin arrangement is shown in the figure below.

6 5 connector 3 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1
Fig. 2.38 connector 2

connector1

Monitoring interfaces for PCM lines of OVPT / ABISCON

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Testconn.-pin 1- 1 1- 2 1- 3 1- 4 1- 5 1- 6 2- 1 2- 2 2- 3 2- 4 Tab. 2.11

Signal PCM 1 - ULA PCM 1 - UL PCM 1 - DLA PCM 1 - DLB PCM 2 - ULA PCM 2 - ULB PCM 2 - DLA PCM 2 - DLB PCM 3 - ULA PCM 3 - ULB

Testconn.-pin 2- 5 2- 6 3- 1 3- 2 3- 3 3- 4 3- 5 3- 6

Signal PCM 3 - DLA PCM 3 - DLB PCM 4 - ULA PCM 4 - ULB PCM 4- DLA PCM 4- DLB EXTSYNCA EXTSYNCB

Wiring of the monitoring interfaces PCM0

Testconn.-pin 1- 1 1- 2 1- 3 1- 4 1- 5 1- 6 2- 1 2- 2 2- 3 2- 4 Tab. 2.12

Signal PCM 5 - ULA PCM 5 - ULB PCM 5 - DLA PCM 5 - DLB PCM 6 - ULA PCM 6 - ULB PCM 6 - DLA PCM 6 - DLB PCM 7 - ULA PCM 7 - ULB

Testconn.-pin 2- 5 2- 6 3- 1 3- 2 3- 3 3- 4 3- 5 3- 6

Signal PCM 7 - DLA PCM 7 - DLB PCM 8 - ULA PCM 8 - ULB PCM 8 - DLA PCM 8 - DLB -----

Wiring of the monitoring interfaces PCM1

2.10.3.4

Abis-Interface without OVPT / ABISCON


Without optional OVPT / ABISCON, a SUB-D25 female connector is the direct interface for the PCM links.

Without OVPT or ABISCON no monitoring possibility is provided. Traces of the BTSE Abis lines are only possible with a reset of the BTSE.

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Pin no. SubD 25 1 14 3 2 15 3 4 16 18 5 17 18 6 19 8 7 20 8 9 21 11 10 22 23 12 24 25 13 Tab. 2.13

Signal name PCM 1 - ULA PCM 1 - ULB GND/G PCM 1 - DLA PCM 1 - DLB GND/G PCM 2 - ULA PCM 2 - ULB GND/G PCM 2 - DLA PCM 2 - DLB GND/G PCM 3 - ULA PCM 3 - ULB GND/G PCM 3 - DLA PCM 3 - DLB GND/G PCM 4 - ULA PCM 4 - ULB GND/G PCM 4 - DLA PCM 4 - DLB GND/G EXTSYNCA EXTSYNCB GND/G GND/G main cable shield

Function PCM Line 1 Up Link A PCM Line 1 Up Link B shield pair 1 PCM Line 1 Down Link A PCM Line 1 Down Link B shield pair 2 PCM Line 2 Up Link A PCM Line 2 Up Link B shield pair 3 PCM Line 2 Down Link A PCM Line 2 Down Link B shield pair 4 PCM Line 3 Up Link A PCM Line 3 Up Link B shield pair 5 PCM Line 3 Down Link A PCM Line 3 Down Link B shield pair 6 PCM Line 4 Up Link A PCM Line 4 Up Link B shield pair 7 PCM Line 4 Down Link A PCM Line 4 Down Link B shield pair 8

Wiring of the PCM0 interface without OVPT (SubD 25 connector)

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Pin no. SubD 25 1 14 3 2 15 3 4 16 18 5 17 18 6 19 8 7 20 8 9 21 11 10 22 23 12 24 25 13 Tab. 2.14

Signal name PCM 5 - ULA PCM 5- ULB GND/G PCM 5 - DLA PCM 5 - DLB GND/G PCM 6 - ULA PCM 6 - ULB GND/G PCM 6 - DLA PCM 6 - DLB GND/G PCM 7 - ULA PCM 7 - ULB GND/G PCM 7 - DLA PCM 7 - DLB GND/G PCM 8 - ULA PCM 8 - ULB GND/G PCM 8 - DLA PCM 8 - DLB GND/G ----GND/G GND/G main cable shield

Function PCM Line 5 Up Link A PCM Line 5 Up Link B shield pair 1 PCM Line 5 Down Link A PCM Line 5Down Link B shield pair 2 PCM Line 6 Up Link A PCM Line 6 Up Link B shield pair 3 PCM Line 6 Down Link A PCM Line 6 Down Link B shield pair 4 PCM Line 7 Up Link A PCM Line 7 Up Link B shield pair 5 PCM Line 7 Down Link A PCM Line 7 Down Link B shield pair 6 PCM Line 8 Up Link A PCM Line 8 Up Link B shield pair 7 PCM Line 8 Down Link A PCM Line 8 Down Link B shield pair 8

Wiring of the PCM1 interface without OVPT (SubD 25 connector)

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2.10.4

Alarm Collection Terminal ACTM - external Signal Sensors


The access for cabling from external alarm sensors on site is the Alarm Collection Terminal (ACTM). The ACTM provides 8 WAGO terminal blocks with 12 pins each for connecting of 48 external alarm sensors. The WAGO terminals are labelled X1 ... X10. The terminal blocks X1...X8 are used for connection of external alarm sensors. Terminal block X9 and X10 will be used for the triggering of external electrical consumers (e.g., relays). All cables will be attached to the stress relieving bracket as shown in Fig. 2.41. Information about the wiring of the terminals is given in Tab. 2.15, Tab. 2.16, Tab. 2.17.

For connection of external alarm sensors use cables with braided shield only and the maximum diameter must not exceed 0,5 mm. Remove the outer insulation for proper ground contact of the shield to the stress relieving bracket. The ACTM is mounted at the EMI panel of the shelter. For connection of alarm lines, the ACTM must be unscrewed from EMI panel for access to the terminal blocks.

unscrew

Fig. 2.39

Location of the ACTM

Before starting the connection works: Loose the 8 screws as shown in Fig. 2.39. Disconnect the internal cables from the ACTM. Take out the ACTM and place the module into the slots of the EMI-panel (see Fig. 2.40).

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clamping saddles
(not part of ACTM)

Fig. 2.40

ACTM in connection position

1 8 X9 X10 1 12 1 8

X4

12 1 X3 12 1

X2

12

X1

12

X8

1 12

X7

1 12

X6

12

X5

Fig. 2.41

Terminal numbering of ACTM

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Pin no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Signal name x4 AL24P AL24M (GND) AL25P AL25M (GND) AL26P AL26M (GND) AL27P AL27M (GND) AL28P AL28M (GND) AL29P AL29M (GND)

Signal name x3 AL30P AL30M (GND) AL31P AL31M (GND) AL32P AL32M (GND) AL33P AL33M (GND) AL34P AL34M (GND) AL35P AL35M (GND)

Signal name x2 AL36P AL36M (GND) AL37P AL37M (GND) AL38P AL38M (GND) AL39P AL39M (GND) AL40P AL40M (GND) AL41P AL41M (GND)

Signal name x1 AL42P AL42M (GND) AL43P AL43M (GND) AL44P AL44M (GND) AL45P AL45M (GND) AL46P AL46M (GND) AL47P AL47M (GND)

Tab. 2.15

Wiring ACTM Connectors X1 - X4

Pin no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Tab. 2.16

Signal name x5 AL0P AL0M (GND) AL1P AL1M (GND) AL2P AL2M (GND) AL3P AL3M (GND) AL4P AL4M (GND) AL5P AL5M (GND)

Signal name x6 AL6P AL6M (GND) AL7P AL7M (GND) AL8P AL8M (GND) AL9P AL9M (GND) AL10P AL10M (GND) AL11P AL11M (GND)

Signal name x7 AL12P AL12M (GND) AL13P AL13M (GND) AL14P AL14M (GND) AL15P AL15M (GND) AL16P AL16M (GND) AL17P AL17M (GND)

Signal name x8 AL18P AL18M (GND) AL19P AL19M (GND) AL20P AL20M (GND) AL21P AL21M (GND) AL22P AL22M (GND) AL23P AL23M (GND)

Wiring ACTM Connectors X5 - X8

The ACTM provides at the connectors X9 and X10 the possibility to switch up to 10 electrical consumers (e.g.; relays with default contact open).

The switched current must not exceed 100 mAAC/DC (contact closed) and the maximum switched voltage is limited to 150 VAC or 125 VDC (contact open). The maximum switched power is 10 W.

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Pin no. X9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Tab. 2.17

Signal name CMD4_P CMD4_M CMD5_P CMD5_M CMD6_P CMD6_M CMD7_P CMD7_M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Pin no. X10

Signal name CMD0_P CMD0_M CMD1_P CMD1_M CMD2_P CMD2_M CMD3_P CMD3_M

Wiring ACTM Connector X9, X10

2.10.5

Installation of the Mounting Kit OPEXAL


Due to the fact that external alarm sensors are located outside the shelter, the MK:OPEXAL (Overvoltage Protection for external Alarms) is required. The MK:OPEXAL protects up to 10 alarm lines which are connected to the ACTM against over-voltage. ground terminal OPEXAL for indoor applications only ground wire

cable ties for indoor applications only 10 symmetric pair cables Fig. 2.42 Contents of the MK:OPEXAL

The cable screens of the OUT-cable must have proper ground contact at the stress relieving bracket of the ACTM. Do not lay the IN-and OUT cable parallel inside the shelters plinth. Install the MK:OPEXAL in accordance with the following figures.

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BS-241 / 241 II ground wire ground wire from shelter hexagon nut contact washer washer IN OUT front cover MK:OPEXAL A Fig. 2.43 A Mounting of the MK:OPEXAL front cover bolt view A - A

Observe the mounting rules IN / OUT

Open the front cover of the plinth and disconnect the ground wire. Place the MK:OPEXAL on the front cover, so that both bolts are tted through the xing holes of the base prole. Fix the MK:OPEXAL and attach the ground wire with nuts and washers (Fig. 2.43) BS-241 / 241 II from sensors ACTM 1 IN 2 3 OUT 4 drain wire to ACTM 55

PE-plate

ground wire

IN OUT

to ACTM

ground terminal cable ties ground wire to PE-plate

see detail

Fig. 2.44

Connection of MK:OPEXAL

Fix the IN- and OUT cables at the base prole with cable ties. Connect the wires of the IN- and OUT cables at the overvoltage protectors. Use the ground wire of the MK:OPEXAL for connecting of the PE-plate with the yellow/green ground terminal (for the location refer to Fig. 2.42). Route the OUT-cables via plinth and EMI-panel to the ACTM. Connect the cables at the matching terminals of the ACTM and x the cables at the stress relieving bracket as shown in Fig. 2.41.

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2.10.6

Alarm Collection Terminal ACTC - internal Alarms / DC Supply


The ACTC is used as a connection board to support single connectors for the internal alarms (FAN, heatexchanger, temperature sensor, rack in service...) and the DC supply for the FANs, heatexchangers, microwave equipment and smoke sensor. The ACTC is located in the DC panel (see figure below).

HX0 HX1

HX2

mW0 mW1 mW2

SMOKE RDO SIS

for wiring refer to the following table

mW3 mW4 mW5 mW6 mW7 mW8 BB0 BB1 BB2 24 1

meaning of abbreviations: SIS: shelter in service RDO: rack door open mW0...8: microwave 0...8 SMOKE: smoke sensor BB0...2: battery fuse 0...2

Fig. 2.45

Connector arrangement at ACTC (BS-241)

It is recommended to use an opto-coupler for open collector alarm to be connected to the ACTC. This is to avoid detection failures due to galvanic coupling of noise from external to internal signal ground. maximum "Alarm Low"-voltage: UceAL-AL_GND < 400mV at Ic = 2mA minimum "Alarm High"-resistance: RceAL-AL_GND > 500 kOhm If a switching contact (relay) is used as an alarm source I/F, the maximum "Alarm Low"-resistance RAL-AL_GND less than 200 Ohm. The following table gives information about the connecting of internal alarm sensors at the ACTC. ACTC connection from / to RDO SIS HX0...HX2 mW0...mW8 SMOKE BB0...BB2
1) 2)

Function /Module Rack door open Shelter in service Heat Exchanger 0...2 Microwave 0...8 1) Smoke Sensor Battery Breaker 0...2 2)

all alarm connections are connected in parallel to a common alarm signal all battery breakers connected to the ACTC must form a series connection, e.g. when a BB is not connected, a short circuit bridge must be fitted. Tab. 2.18 Internal alarms at the connectors of ACTC

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Signal name AL_GND ALM15P ALM14P ALM11P ALHX2_P ALHX1_P ALHX0_P TEMP_SENSE_2_RED TEMP_SENSE_2 TEMP_SENSE_1_RED TEMP_SENSE_1 TEMP_SENSE_0_RED TEMP_SENSE_0_RED TEMP_SENSE_GND_RE D TEMP_SENSE_GND

Pin no. 1, 3, 5, 7;9, 11 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 13, 17, 21 15, 19, 23 ground

Note

alarm microwave* *) smoke sensor alarm heatexchanger 2* alarm heatexchanger 1* alarm heatexchanger 0* not used not used not used not used not used not used not used not used

*) if not installed, other alarm sensors can be connected Tab. 2.19 Internal alarms at the 24-pole terminal block of ACTC

2.10.7

Alarm Collection Terminal ACTC-3 - internal Alarms / DC Supply


The ACTC-3 collect all internal alarms of the BS-241 II shelters and is located at the DC panel of the Base- and Extension Shelter, AD-panel of each Service1A Shelter and at the LE-panel of Service2 Shelters.

SMOKE

RDO

For pinning refer to the following tables

24 -48 VDC

Fig. 2.46

Connector arrangement at the ACTC-3

The following tables provide information about the connection of internal alarm sensors at the ACTC-3 for BS-241 II.

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ACTC connection from / to RDO SMOKE -48 VDC Tab. 2.20

Function /Module Rack door open Smoke Sensor -48dc power supply

Internal alarms at the connectors of ACTC-3, BS-241 II

Signal name AL_15M (AL_GND) AL_14M (AL_GND) AL_13M (AL_GND) AL_12M (AL_GND) AL_11M (AL_GND) AL_10M (AL_GND) AL_9M (AL_GND) AL_8M (AL_GND) AL_7M (AL_GND) AL_6M (AL_GND) AL_5M (AL_GND) AL_4M (AL_GND)
1)can

Pin No. 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23

Signal name AL_15P (site specific internal alarm) AL_14P (site specific internal alarm) AL_13P (LPA/OVP) AL_12P (site specific internal alarm) AL_11P (SMOKE) AL_10P (site specific internal alarm) AL_9P (site specific internal alarm) AL_8P (site specific internal alarm) AL_7P (site specific internal alarm) AL_6P (FAN 5) 1) AL_5P (FAN 4)
1)

Pin No. 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24

AL_4P (FAN 3) 1)

be used as a site specific internal alarm if the FAN not exist Internal alarms at the 24-pole terminal block of ACTC-3, BS-241 II

Tab. 2.21

Cross section range of the WAGO terminal block: #28 - #20 AWG / 0.08 mm2... 0.5 mm2

It is recommended to use an opto-coupler for open collector alarm I/F to be connected to the ACTC-3. This is to avoid detection failures due to galvanic coupling of noise from external to internal signal ground. maximum "Alarm Low"-voltage: UceAL-AL_GND < 400mV at Ic = 2mA minimum "Alarm High"-resistance: RceAL-AL_GND > 500 kOhm If a switching contact (relay) is used as an alarm source I/F, the maximum "Alarm Low"-resistance RAL-AL_GND less than 200 Ohm.

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2.10.8

Local Maintenance Terminal (LMT) Interface


A SubD 15 female connector or the RJ45 socket, located at the DC panel of the Base Shelter, is the interface for connecting a Local Maintenance Terminal (LMT) for commissioning and maintenance purposes. BS-241 BS-241 II

Fig. 2.47

Location of the LMT interface at DC panel

SUB-D15 Pin No. 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 Tab. 2.22

Signal Name --LMT_CA LMT_IA --LMT_TB LMT_RB LMT_SB

SUB-D15 Pin No. 2 4 6 8 10 12 14

Signal name LMT_TA LMT_RA LMT_SA GND LMT_CB LMT_IB ---

Wiring of the LMT interface

RJ45 Pin No. 1 3 5 7 Tab. 2.23

Signal Name 10BT_TD+ 10BT_RD+ ----2 4 6 8

RJ45 Pin No.

Signal name 10BT_TD--10BT_RD---

Wiring of the LMT RJ45 interface

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2.10.9

Antenna Connections
The BTSE has to be connected to the transmit and receive antennas. The antenna configuration and the required cabling are dependent on the site and the type of combining. For detailed information refer to the site-specific documentation or use the corresponding customer documents. For installation and service purposes it is useful to know, which hardware is connected to which cell. The numbering, seen from the top of the antenna pole, starts at an azimuth angle of 0 (north) and rotates clockwise. The first existing cell whose beam centre line lies at 0 or more, is defined as cell 0 or sector 0. The next one following in the same direction cell is cell 1 etc. In case of omni cell the cell no. is 0. 0

sector 2
sector angle

directional antenna

pole sector width 120

beam centre line

N sector 1

sector 0

Fig. 2.48

Cell numbering (top view from the antenna pole)

2.10.9.1

Preparation of Antenna Jumper Cables


Short jumper cables with a max. diameter 1/2 have to be used for connections between the antenna cables and the front connectors of the combining modules, because the thick cables from the antenna are not able to enter the shelters. With regard to overvoltage protection it is recommended to ground the outer conductor of antenna feeder cables where they are connected with the jumper cables outside the BS-241 / 241 II.

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These jumper cables must be fabricated of 1/2 highly flexible coaxial cable on-site, if no pre-fabricated cables should be used. Fabricate the jumper cables in steps as shown in the following figures.

cable trimming tool

cable knife open-ended spanners (jaw opening 21mm and 25 mm)

hot air gun (or propane/ butane blow torch)

Fig. 2.49

Tools for jumper fabrication

heatshrink sleeve

fitting ring

heat protection tape cleaning tissue

corrugation nut connector head emery paper

Fig. 2.50

Parts of the connector unit kit (example)

Measure the distance between the end of the antenna feeder cable and the front connectors of the combining modules. Saw the cable to the required length. Do not deform cable outer conductor, when using too much pressure for sawing!

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2 rotate clockwise 1

Fig. 2.51

Using the trimming tool

Fig. 2.52

Removal of isolation and deburring of inner conductor

heatshrink sleeve

fitting ring

Fig. 2.53

Removal of metal particles

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fitting ring

connector head

corrugation nut

Fig. 2.54

Assembly of the connector unit

20 mm

Fig. 2.55

Fixing of connector unit, removal of outer insulation

heat protection tape heatshrink sleeve

Fig. 2.56

Handling of heat protection tape and shrink sleeve

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remove the over length of heat protection tape

Fig. 2.57

Shrinkage and removal of the visible heat protection tape

The jumper cables must be routed through the EMI panel forward to the 7/16 front connectors of DUAMCO/FICOM and to N-type front connector of DIAMCO.

Note that being able to close the doors means that the depth of the right angle connector is not allowed to exceed 45 mm.

max. 45 mm

max. 1/2 jumper cable width across flats 32

Fig. 2.58

Max. dimensions of antenna connectors

Connect the antenna cables to the combining equipment as follows: Loose the EMI+IP panel of the cable feeding module and take them out. Remove the packing material. Route the antenna jumpers to the shelter, which has to be connected. Feed the jumpers through the cable feeding module forward to the front connectors of antenna combiners. Fix the jumpers at the connectors TX/RX of combiners. Bend the jumpers into the correct position for easy closing of cable feeding module. Insert the EMI+IP panel of the cable feeding module and screw them in their original position.

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cable feeding module

Fig. 2.59

Routing of antenna jumpers inside the shelter

2.10.10

Installation of the Tower Mounted Amplifier


A Tower Mounted Amplifier will be used to reach a BTS sensitivity better than GSM requirements at the antenna connector and to compensate a high antenna cable loss. The TMA should placed as close to the antenna as possible. It will be supplied and supervised by the multicoupling equipment (DIAMCO or DUAMCO) in the shelter it is connected to. In case of using a DUAMCO as antenna combiner inside the shelter, only one feeder cable is needed between the TMA and the BTS (for both TX and RX signals) due to full duplex architecture of the TMA.

TMA

TMA

Base Shelter

DUAMCO

CU

Fig. 2.60

Position of TMA (DUAMCO combiner used)

If a FICOM as antenna combiner inside the shelter, the TMA is used in conjunction with a DIAMCO and it only amplifies the overall BTS uplink signal.

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TMA

TMA Base Shelter

DIAMCO

CU

FICOM

Fig. 2.61

Position of TMA (FICOM combiner used)

If a TMA used together with HPDU, a DUBIAS is required for powering and signalling of the TMA.The configuration is shown in figure below and the installation in Fig. 2.63.

TMA

TMA DIAMCO

RX8 RX2 RX1

CU8 DUBIAS HPDU FICOM CU2 CU1

Fig. 2.62

Configuration with HPDU, DUBIAS and TMA

to TMA
BIAS DIAMCO PATH RXIN HPDU2 ANT0 ANT1

From FICOM

RXOUT

DIAMCO

Fig. 2.63

Installation of TMA and DUBIAS

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Two 7/16 female connectors, located at the bottom of the TMA (lettered ANT and BTS) are the interfaces for connections to the antenna jumper 1/2 and the feeder cable towards to the BTS. The TMA can be pole-or wall mounted in vertical position only. The following figure shows the location of the external interfaces.

ANT
(input/output towards TX/RX antenna)

BTS
(input/output towards BTS)

Fig. 2.64

Bottom view of the Tower Mounted Amplifier

For mounting of the TMA may be done as follows in accordance with Fig. 2.65. While still on ground, join each of the 2 brackets with one screw M8, but leave the brackets open. Be sure not to loose the remaining 2 screws. First connect the TMA to the main feeder, then with the jumper cable to the antenna. Do not forget to consider thermal dimensional changes of the main feeder. Position the TMA on the mast/pole and tighten the remaining 2 screws. Connect the grounding cable on the ground screw and the nearest grounding facility at the mast or pole. The grounding cables eyes must have the right size for the TMAs M8 ground screw and the cable should be have an area of at least of 16 mm2. The other end should be safely connected to a well grounded point on the mast. Then the mounting of the TMA is completed.

Note, that the max. diameter of the mast do not exceed 140 mm, if the fixing material will be used as shown in the following figure.

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Fig. 2.65

TMA with mounting brackets

The TMA may be also mounted at a wall by means of suitable screws (not supplied with the TMA). The corresponding holes in the mounting plate have a diameter of 9 mm. The proper way of mounting the TMA on a wall varies from case to case. The best method can only be decided by the installer. Please note, however, that the wall itself does probably not provide adequate grounding, it may be insulated.

It is absolutely necessary to prepare and connect an adequate grounding cable to the TMAs grounding point. Pay attention to the thermals dimensional changes of the antenna feeder cable.

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2.11

Shelter Completion
The BS-241 / 241 II shelters are shipped including equipment components, pre-installed by the manufacturer in accordance with customer configuration: sub-rack, which holds several boards and modules DC panel backplanes (multilayer PC-boards, mounted at the rear side of the subrack) shelter internal cabling, system cabling between the front connectors of the modules heatexchangers or membrane lter and fan unit core modules, carrier related modules (Carrier Units, Antenna Combiners) AC/DC converters semi-rigid cables for setup of the system cabling The following items are planned for installation after setup of the shelter on site: Backup batteries cabling between the shelters (AC, DC, CAN-BUS) link equipment

2.11.1

Installation of Backup Batteries


To enable easier transportation and setup of the Service shelters, they will be delivered without backup batteries. The battery tray can be equipped with different types of batteries (see Tab. 2.24). The installed battery type depends on the required backup time. Each battery set consist of 4 batteries. If a label relevant to the characteristics of the batteries is delivered, then should be this label placed on the door of the shelter. Supplier Excide / Sonnenschein, A400/85 (for BS-241 only) Oerlikon, 12CP80 Oerlikon, 12CP100/19 Oerlikon, 12C@2000 Hawker, 12V92F Tab. 2.24 BATTPACK type BATTPACKV1 BATTPACKV2 BATTPACKV3 BATTPACKV5 BATTPACKV4 MK:BATTPACK type Capacity

MK:BATTPACKV1 85 Ah MK:BATTPACKV2 80 Ah MK:BATTPACKV3 100 Ah MK:BATTPACKV5 55 Ah MK:BATTPACKV4 92 Ah

Overview of backup batteries

BS-241: As up to 2 AC/DC frames can be installed in the Service1 Shelter, an identification of the AC/DC controllers is needed. The first AC/DC frame is installed in the upper position. Dip switches at the front of the AC/DC controller are used for selecting the Slot ID. The following combinations are not permitted: Slot ID bit 0/1 = ON/ON or OFF/OFF

Slot ID bit 0 upper frame (AC/DC 0) lower frame (AC/DC 1) Tab. 2.25 ON OFF OFF ON

Slot ID bit 1

Selection of Slot ID

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The capacity of the installed battery systems has to be selected at the Dip switch rows BAT0 and BAT1 of the AC/DC controller. For detailed information refer to ITMN: BTSE BS-241.

2.11.1.1

Installation of Backup Batteries Type Excide / Sonnenschein


Install and connect the backup batteries in accordance with Fig. 2.66 and Fig. 2.67: Switch off the relevant circuit breakers at AC/DC (BS-241 - Service1) or of ADP (BS-241 II - Service1A) and mounting kit battery (Service1A / Service2). Put on the battery 2 and 3 into the battery tray. Connect the short cable with battery 2 (- terminal) and battery 3 (+ terminal) Connect one of the long cables at battery 2 (+ terminal) and battery 3 (- terminal) Move battery 2 and 3 as far as stop to the rear side of the battery tray. Put on battery 1 and 4 into the tray. Connect the long cable coming from battery 2 (+ terminal) at battery 1 (- terminal) and connect the long cable coming from battery3 (- terminal) at battery 4 (+ terminal). Connect the blue load-cable to battery 4 (- terminal) and the black load-cable and the tempresistor cable to battery 1 (+ terminal). Close and tighten both xing straps.

battery 2

battery 3

battery 1

battery 4 air vent system

Fig. 2.66

Battery tray with backup batteries type Excide / Sonnenschein

WARNING Only use insulated tools for connecting the cables to the battery terminals in order to avoid accidental short circuits.

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tempresistor cable

(color as shown not relevant)

- 48 V (blue)

+ 0 V (black)

+ 2

+ 3

1 +

4 +
air vent tube (routed via EMI and IP panel outside the shelter)

Fig. 2.67

Connection of backup batteries type Sonnenschein

Tighten the battery nuts with 20 Nm. Turn up the protection cap to the end position, during tighten the cables to the battery terminals (avoid contact of metal) The battery capacity must be adjusted at the AC/DC controller. Fig. 2.68 shows the pre manufactured parts of the battery air vent system. For setup proceed in accordance with the figure in steps as follows: Setup a plastic angle (1) at the air outlet of each battery. Fix one of the 4 clear plastic tubes (2) at each angle. Connect the tubes of battery 2 and 3 with the T-connector (3). Connect the tubes of battery 1 and 4 with cross-connector (4). Setup the connection between the T-connector and the cross-connector. Use the short plastic tube (5). Connect the long clear plastic tube (6) at the cross-connector. Route the tube down the cable feeding modules of the EMI- and IP panel outside the shelter. The outlet nipple (7) is not needed for BS-241 battery air vent system. The second T-connector (8) will be used for connecting the air vent system of a second battery tray.

Note: In order to avoid the accumulation of hydrogen gas, please make sure to install the ventilation tube parts in a straight line and as short as possible, without any loops in vertical direction.

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Fig. 2.68

Content of the air vent kit

2.11.1.2

Installation of Backup Batteries Type Oerlicon


For installation of a Oerlicon battery set proceed in accordance with Fig. 2.69 and Fig. 2.70 in steps as follows: Switch off the relevant circuit breakers at AC/DC (BS-241 - Service1) or of ADP (BS-241 II - Service1A) and mounting kit battery (Service1A / Service2). Put on the battery 1,2,3 and 4 into the battery tray. Connect the + terminal of battery 1 and the - terminal of battery 2 with the short metal bridge. Connect the following batteries in the same way. Connect the blue load-cable to battery 1 (- terminal) and the black load-cable and the tempresistor cable to battery 4 (+ terminal). Tighten the cable termination fixing screws to a torque of 20 Nm. Tighten the battery termination fixing screws to a torque of 6 Nm. Turn up the protection cap to the end position, during tighten the cables to the battery terminals (avoid contact of metal) The battery capacity must be adjusted at the AC/DC controller.

Only use insulated tools for connecting the cables to the battery terminals in order to avoid accidental short circuits.

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- 48 V (blue)

0 V (black)
temperature sensor cable

to MK: Battery

to F:ACDC

air venting tubes

Fig. 2.69

Connection of backup batteries (Co. Oerlicon)

After all electrical connections are complete, setup the air vent system: Fix the short clear plastic tubes (1) at the air vent nipples of battery 2 and 3. Fix the longer plastic tubes (2) at the air vent nipples of battery 1 and 4. Connect the 4 tubes at the collector part (3). Connect the long clear plastic tube (4) at the collector part. Route the tube down the cable feeding modules of the EMI- and IP panel outside the shelter.

Note In order to avoid the accumulation of hydrogen gas, please make sure to install the ventilation tube parts in a straight line and as short as possible, without any loops in vertical direction.

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Fig. 2.70

Air vent system for Oerlicon battery set

2.11.1.3

Installation of Backup Batteries Type Hawker


For installation of an Hawker battery set proceed in accordance with Fig. 2.71 and Fig. 2.72 in steps as follows: Switch off the relevant circuit breakers at AC/DC (BS-241 - Service1) or of ADP (BS-241 II - Service1A) and mounting kit battery (Service1A / Service2). Put on the battery 1,2,3 and 4 into the battery tray (see Fig. 2.71). Mount the bracket of the battery tray (see Fig. 2.71). Connect the + terminal of battery 1 and the - terminal of battery 2 with the short metal bridge and tighten the nuts with a torque of 5 Nm (see Fig. 2.72). Connect the following batteries in the same way. Connect the blue load-cable to battery 1 (- terminal) and the black load-cable and the tempresistor cable to battery 4 (+ terminal). Tighten the battery termination xing screws to a torque of 5 Nm, (see Fig. 2.72). Tighten the cable termination xing screws to a torque of 5 Nm. Turn up the protection cap to the end position, during tighten the cables to the battery terminals.

Only use insulated tools for connecting the cables to the battery terminals in order to avoid accidental short circuits.

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bracket

Fig. 2.71

Setup of the batteries, fixing of the tray bracket

blue

black

tempresistor cable Fig. 2.72 Connection between the batteries, battery cable connection

3 4

Fig. 2.73

Routing of the air vent tubes

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After all electrical connections are complete, setup the air vent system according to Fig. 2.73: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Fix short clear plastic tubes (1) at the air vent nipples of battery 2,3 and 4. Fix the longer plastic tubes (2) at the air vent nipple of battery 1. Connect the 4 tubes with the T-collector parts (3). Connect the long clear plastic tube (4) at the T-collector part of battery 4. Route the tube without sagging down through the cable feeding modules of the EMIand IP panel outside the shelter.

Note In order to avoid the accumulation of hydrogen gas, please make sure to install the ventilation tube parts in a straight line and as short as possible, without any loops in vertical direction.

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Installation of Link Equipment


The link equipment acts as a front end, to provide the Abis interface. Different equipment can be used for wire or radio transmission. Which equipment will be used depends on customer requirements. The number of link equipment, which can be installed depends on the height of the units. For connections between Abis interface in the Base Shelter and link equipment in the Service Shelter, pay attention to the recommendation CCITT G.703. The receive level compared with the transmit level should not be lower than 6 dB. For installation of link equipment mounting kits are necessary, designed for 19 units. Different mounting kits are used for installation of microwave equipment or NTPM (german market only). The installation of link equipment in the mounting kit always has to start at the top of the mounting kit below the fans without a gap. All unequipped slots must be closed by cover plates, so that the airflow inside the shelter will not be affected.

2.11.2.1

Installation of Microwave Equipment


In case of microwave transmission, the indoor units inside the Service Shelter must be connected via the microwave antenna cables with the tower mounted outdoor units. The following figure shows the routing of an antenna cable at the cable feeding module in the lower part of the shelter.

The outer insulation of the microwave cables has to be removed in the area of the cable feeding module for proper ground contact to the metal lids.

microwave antenna cable cable feeding microwave cable module cable feeding module

Fig. 2.74

Entry of microwave antenna cable

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Connect the microwave antenna cables to the indoor units as follows: Loose the front part of cable feeding module and take it out. Feed the microwave cable through the cable feeding module forward to the front connectors of microwave indoor units. Fix the microwave cables at the connectors. Bend the microwave cables into the correct position for easy closing of cable feeding module. Insert the removable parts of feeding module and screw them into their original position. Fix each cable at the strain reliefs of the feeding module. BS-241 - Connect the microwave power supply/alarm cables (S30864-X211-A57) at the front connectors of ACTC. BS-241 II - Clamp the microwave power supply cable at the terminal clamps of the relevant LE circuit breaker and connect the alarm lines to the WAGO clamping block of the ACTC-3 (see also Fig. 2.76). Route the cable bundle forward to the link equipment devices. Cut the cables for the matching length and equip the end with device-specic connectors.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

microwave connectors up to 9 cables S30864-X211-A57


frame for link equipment

AL15_P Wave (white) AL15_P AL_GND (black)

service shelter

DC_Wave... PUE +0 V (red) DC_Wave... MUE -48 V (blue)

Fig. 2.75

Alarm- and power supply connection for link equipment

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Signal Name PCM 1 - ULA PCM 1 - ULB GND/G PCM 1 - DLA PCM 1 - DLB GND/G PCM 2 - ULA PCM 2 - ULB GND/G PCM 2 - DLA PCM 2 - DLB GND/G PCM 3 - ULA PCM 3 - ULB GND/G PCM 3 - DLA PCM 3 - DLB GND/G PCM 4 - ULA PCM 4 - ULB GND/G PCM 4 - DLA PCM 4 - DLB GND/G GND/G

Plug Sub D9 F 1) Pin No. 1 6 3 5 9 --1 6 3 5 9 --1 6 3 5 9 --1 6 3 5 9 -----

Plug Sub D25 F 1) Pin No. 1 14 3 2 15 --4 16 18 5 17 --6 19 8 7 20 --9 21 23 10 22 -----

Twin Terminal 2) Pin No. 22 20 18 21 19 23 16 14 18 15 13 17 10 8 12 9 7 11 4 2 6 3 1 5 28

Notes: 1) OVPT - Octopus-cable (S30864-X207-A8-*-7402) 2) WAGO clamping block on OVPT Tab. 2.26 Pin Assignments of the interface connectors (Microwave as LE)

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breaker panel

BS-241 Base Shelter Service Shelter


ACTC

Base Shelter

DCP
ACTC
-48 V dc 5) supply lines

Wago block AWG 28-20 3) alarm lines

6) -48Vdc power supply lines F:CORE

F:CORE
LE1-4 LE5-8 Sub D 9
m f f m

PCM1 PCM0 1) 2)
m f Sub D 9

LE1-4 LE5-8

PCM1 PCM0

4) Octopus cable Sub D 25 EMI panel


f m m f f m

m f

4) Octopus cable
Sub D 25

2)

f m

1)
EMI panel OVPT 8) IP panel

7) to ODU

OVPT

8) IP panel to ODU

2)
7)

1) integral part of cabinet cabling 2) has to be pre-prepared for every site 3) pair of stranded wires, e.g. C39195-Z75-C510 (Type:LI7Y 2x0.34/BL/SW VS) 4) can be ordered as an pre-prepared cable, order No.: S30864-X207-A8-*-7402 (Octopus cable) 5) can be ordered as an pre-prepared cable, order No.: S30864-X215-A39(twisted pair, blue: -48Vdc, black: 0Vdc) 6) can be ordered as an pre-prepared cable, S30861-K2045-X-*-7483 (power cable for microwave module) 7) can be ordered as prepared cable, order-no.: S30864-X211-A112 8) maximum of four PCM links per OVPT

Fig. 2.76

Overview of microwave cabling

2.11.2.2

Installation of NTPM
In case of transmission via terrestrial lines, the NTPMs are placed inside the Service Shelter, which is equipped with a mounting kit for NTPM, called frame F:NT. Each frame F:NT includes the equivalent space of 3 HU, allowing the installation of up to 2 NTPM. The complete cabling is as shown in the figure below. The frame F:NT provides 3 interfaces: subD 9, male with M3 xings for -48 V output subD 25, female with M3 xings for PCM input subD 25, male with M3 xings for PCM output The power supply cable from the frame F:NT to the ACTC is part of the F:NT. The PCM cabling is site specific and depends on customer requirements.

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Service Shelter
breaker panel

BS-241
Service Shelter ACTC Base Shelter

Base Shelter

DCP ACTC 1)-48 Vdc 6) 2) -48 V

6)

F:NT1
8)

F:CORE
PCM1 PCM0 8)

F:NT1 F:NT2

F:CORE
PCM1 PCM0

F:NT2

3) 5) 4) PCM lines
OVPT OVPT
PCM0 PCM1

5)

3)

4)
EMI panel 7) IP panel PCM lines
OVPT OVPT
PCM0 PCM1

EMI panel 7) IP panel

1) power supply cable: S30864-X216-A109 2) The power supply cable from the frame F:NT to the ACTC is part of the F:NT. 3) integral part of cabinet cabling 4) has to be prepared for every site 5) cable: S30864-X211-A59, can be routed also through the cable channel between the shelters alternatively 6) see Fig.: Interfaces of the frame F:NT 7) maximum of four PCM links per OVPT 8) 2 PCM links per F: NT

Fig. 2.77

Overview of NTPM cabling

Pin 9

-48 V
Pin 1

PCM-INPUT Pin 25 to OVPT


Pin1 Pin 25

PCM -OUTPUT external PCM lines


Pin 1

Fig. 2.78

Interfaces on frame F:NT

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Name 0V -48 V Tab. 2.27 1,2,6 4,5,9

F:NT -48 V, subD 9 female pin

Wiring of -48 V interface of frame F:NT

Signal name PCM 1 - ULA PCM 1 - ULB GND/G PCM 1 - DLA PCM 1 - DLB GND/G PCM 2 - ULA PCM 2 - ULB GND/G PCM 2 - DLA PCM 2 - DLB GND/G Tab. 2.28 1 14 3 2 15 16 4 17 6 5 18 19

F:NT PCM-INPUT subD 25 female pin

Wiring of PCM-Input connector of frame F:NT

Signal name PCM 1 - ULA PCM 1 - ULB GND/G PCM 1 - DLA PCM 1 - DLB GND/G PCM 2 - ULA PCM 2 - ULB GND/G PCM 2 - DLA PCM 2 - DLB GND/G Tab. 2.29 1 14 3 2 15 16 4 17 6 5 18 19

F:NT PCM-INPUT subD 25 male pin

Wiring of PCM-Output connector of frame F:NT

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2.12
2.12.1

Cable Connections between the Shelters


CAN- Bus Connections (BS-241 / 241 II)
The CAN-Bus will be routed in chain configuration through the shelters to collect external and internal alarms and lead them to ACTP of the Base Shelter.

CAN IN CAN OUT CAN TEST

Fig. 2.79

Location of the CAN-Bus interfaces (example: BS-241)

Service 2/2

Service 2/1

Service 1

Base

Extension 1

Extension 2

CAN IN CAN OUT

terminating resistor

CAN TEST

249

247

245

246

248

Fig. 2.80

Numbering of CAN-Bus connections between the shelters

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The CAN-Bus cabling consist of connections between the BUS interface of the several shelters, starting from the base shelter. Pre-fabricated cables with SubD 15 connectors at both ends with different length are used (see Tab. 2.30). The cable type is 09YS(St)CY 4x2x0,6/1,2-120 GR. cable number 245 246 247 248 249 Tab. 2.30 from CAN Bus out Base Service 1 Extension 1 Service 2/1 Extension 2 to CAN Bus in Service 1 Extension1 Service 2/1 Extension 2 Service 2/2 factory code S30864-X210-A11 S30864-X210-A12 S30864-X210-A13 S30864-X210-A14 S30864-X210-A15 length 1200 mm 1900 mm 2600 mm 3300 mm 4000 mm

List of cables for CAN-Bus cabling

i
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The bus link end must be locked with the terminating resistor S30861-K2047-X, delivered with the Base Shelter.

SELIC-Cabling between the Shelters (BS-241 / 241 II)


The SELIC-cabling (CC-link bus) provides a connection between the core modules in the Base Shelter and the carrier units in the extension shelters. These connections are absolute required for transmission of signalling (down link) and alarms (uplink) between the shelters. The interfaces are located left-hand side of the lowest CU-frame in base- and extension shelters. For each connection are 2 cables Siemens part no. S30864-X210-A2 necessary.

Fig. 2.81

Location of interfaces for CC-Links

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Ext.1 CU 0...3 (Ext.2) CU 0...3 Ext.1 CU 4...7 (Ext.2) CU 4...7

Extension 1 Shelter

Extension 2 Shelter
not connected CU 4...7 not connected CU 0...3

278 277

Fig. 2.82

SELIC-Cabling between the shelters

cable no. 277

from interface Base Shelter Ext. 1 CU 0...3 Ext. 1 CU 4...7

to interface Extension 1 Shelter CU 0...3 CU 4-7 CU 0...3 CU 4-7

278

Ext. 2 CU 0...3 Ext. 2 CU 4...7

Tab. 2.31

List of SELIC-Cabling

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- 48 V DC Connections (BS-241)
These connections are required for power supply of the boards in Base- and Extension shelters and the link equipment inside the Service Shelters.

to DC panel

from Service1

Fig. 2.83

Location of the DC terminals

cable no. 219 220 221 222 cable no. 220 0V -48V 0V -48V 0V -48V 0V -48V 0V -48V

from EMI Panel S1 S2 / 9a S2 / 8a B / 11a B / 10a E1 / 13a E1 / 12a E2 / 15a E2 / 14a from DC-conn. S2/x S2 / 4b S2 / 5b

to MK: Power shelter S2 / 1a shelter S2 / 2a shelter B / 1a shelter B / 2a shelter E1 / 1a shelter E1 / 2a shelter E2 / 1a shelter E2 / 2a to DC-conn. S2/x+1 S2 / 4a S2 / 5a

color blackblue blackblue blackblue blackblue

length 900 1500 2200 2900

blackblue

1500

Tab. 2.32

List of DC cable connections between the shelters

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DC-Panel Service 2

DC-Panel Service 1

DC-Panel Base

DC-Panel Extension 1

DC-Panel Extension 2

DC terminal 8x 219 AC DC 220 221 222

EMI-Panel S1
-48V +0V -48V +0V -48V +0V -48V +0V

+0V -48V

to DC panel

c b

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

from Service1 Shelter

S2 Fig. 2.84

E1

E2

-48 V DC distribution (example)

2.12.4

- 48 V DC Connections (BS-241 II)


This chapter describes the distribution of the -48V DC between the shelters of BS-241 II for the system functionality and Link Equipment (Wave, frame F:NT) power supply.

Warning Short circuit risk! For fastening of DC supply cables at the AD panel connectors and DC panel connectors, use only an insulated hexagonal screw key/ratchet (M6)! A simplified example of -48V DC cable routing from Service1A Shelter to the DC panel of Base and Extension1/2 is shown in the figure below.

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ACTC
BR01BR02BR03 BR04BR05 BR06BR07BR08

ACTC
BR01BR02BR03 BR04BR05 BR06

ACTC
BR01BR02BR03 BR04BR05 BR06

0V -48V

0V -48V

0V -48V

ACTC

LE
X29

180A

+-

AD Panel
Service Socket

1 BR 33 BAT 01

433
+-

434

435

BE1E2 BE1E2

- - -

+++

Service1A

Base

Extension1

Extension2

Fig. 2.85

-48V DC cable routing (example) Standard configurations of cable connections for DC supply of Base / Extension Shelters and Link Equipment, are contain in the following tables. If the cables must be leaded from one shelter to another, use the lead-through about the bottom of the EMI protected area of the shelter. Cable No 433 / 1 433 / 2 434 / 1 434 / 2 435 / 1 435 / 2 Tab. 2.33 from S1/A: ADP:B S1/A: ADP:B S1/A: ADP:E1 S1/A: ADP:E1 S1/A: ADP:E2 S1/A: ADP:E2 to Base -48V Base 0V Color blue black Length 3.5 m 3.5 m 4.2 m 4.8 m Factory No.S30864-* X215-A87 X215-A88 X215-A89

Extension1 -48V blue Extension1 0V black Extension2 -48V blue Extension2 0V black

Cable routing Service1A to Base, Extension1 and Extension2

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Cable No

from

to

Color

Length

Factory No.S30864-*

Service1A with DCP: LEBREAK; Cable routing S1A toS2/1, S2/2...S2/n 402 436 S1/A: ADP/ X29:1 S1/A: ADP/ X29:2 S1A:DCP:LEBREAKVx:x10:4 S1A:DCP:LEBREAKVx:x10:2 S1A:DCP:LEBREAKVx:x10:3 S1A:DCP:LEBREAKVx:x10:1 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:2 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:1 blue black blue black 0.30 m 3.5 m X215-A40 X215-A90

Service1A without DCP: LEBREAK; Cable routing S1A toS2/1, S2/2...S2/n 436 436 S1/A: ADP/ X29:1 S1/A: ADP/ X29:2 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:2 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:1 blue black 3.5 m 3.5 m X215-A90 X215-A90

S2/n:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:2 S2/n+1:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:2 blue S2/n:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:1 S2/n+1:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:1 black

S2/1 with DCP: LEBREAK and DCP: LEBREAK2; Cable routing S1A to S2/1 and S2/2 436 403 436 S1/A: ADP/ X29:1 S1/A: ADP/ X29:2 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:2 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:1 blue black blue black blue black 3.5 m 1.35 m 3.5 m X215-A90 X215-A41 X215-A90

S2/1:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:2 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAKVx:X10:3 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:1 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAKVx:X10:1 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAKVx:X10:4 S2/1:DCP:LEBREAKVx:X10:2 S2/2:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:2 S2/2:DCP:LEBREAK2Vx:X10:1

Tab. 2.34

LE- DC supply: cable routing between Service1A and Service2/1...2/3

Cable No 401

from Service1A / Service2 DCP:LEBREAK(2): X25...X32

to Service1A / Service2 *2) LE / microWaves

Color blue black

Length *1) 1.25 m

Factory No.S30864-* X215-A39

*1) cut if necessary *2) DC-Breaker 4A: V39118-Z4005-A91 or 10A: V39118-Z4005-A91 needed Tab. 2.35 LE: DC cable routing

Cable No ---

from Service1A / Service2 DCP:LEBREAK(2)

to Service1A / Service2 *1) F: NT

Color blue black

Length 2.20 m

Factory No.S30864-* X216-A109

*1) DC-Breaker 4A:V39118-Z4005-A91 needed Tab. 2.36 F:NT: DC cable routing

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230 V AC Connections (BS-241)


For connecting the heaters, 230 V AC cables must be routed to each shelter. The interfaces for distribution of 230 V AC in the shelters are 3-pole terminal blocks.

Service 2

Service 1

Base

Extension 1

Extension 2

215/3 214/2

214/3

216/3

217/3

218/3

215/2

216/2

217/2

218/2

215/4

214/4

216/4

217/4

218/4

215/1

AC

217/1 214/1 216/1

218/1

c b d c 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Heater-Connector

L N PE heater top heater middle

1 2 3 EMI-Panel S1 PE Fig. 2.86 N L L L 1 2 3 a b a from EMI-Panel heater bottom

AC cabling between the BS241 shelters

heater-cable at the MK: Power cable 214/2; 215/2; 216/2, 217/2; 218/2 (top) cable 214/3; 215/3; 216/3, 217/3; 218/3 (middle) cable 214/4; 215/4; 216/4, 217/4; 218/4 (bottom)

colors black 1 (L) - 1d black 2 (N) - 2d green / yellow (PE) - 3d black 1 (L) - 1c black 2 (N) - 2c green / yellow (PE) - 3c black 1 (L) - 1a black 2 (N) - 2a green / yellow (PE) - 3a

Tab. 2.37

List of heater-cables

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cable number 214 / 1

from EMI Panel S1 L3 / 7a N / 4a PE / 2a

to MK: Power V1 shelter S1 / AC 1b shelter S1 / AC 2b shelter S1 / AC 3b 3 x heatercable at MK

color black 1 black 2 green / yellow

length 600 mm

214 / 2;3;4 215 / 1 L1 / 5a N / 3a PE / 1a

black 1 black 2 green / yellow 900 mm

shelter S2 / AC 1b shelter S2 / AC 2b shelter S2 / AC 3b 3 x heatercable at MK

215 / 2;3;4 216 / 1 L2 / 6a N / 4b PE / 2b

black 1 black 2 green / yellow 1300 mm

shelter B / AC 1b shelter B / AC 2b shelter B / AC 3b 3 x heatercable at MK

216 / 2;3;4 217 / 1 L2 / 6b N / 3b PE / 1b

black 1 black 2 green / yellow 2000 mm

shelter E1 / AC 1b shelter E1 / AC 2b shelter E1 / AC 3b 3 x heatercable at MK

217 / 2;3;4 218 / 1 L1 / 5b N / 3c PE / 1c

black 1 black 2 green / yellow 2700 mm

shelter E2 / AC 1b shelter E2/ AC 2b shelter E2 / AC 3b 3 x heatercable at MK

218 / 2;3;4 Tab. 2.38

List of AC cable connections between the shelters

Fig. 2.87

Location of AC terminal block

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Heater Cabling (BS-241 II)


For power supply of the heaters, 230 V AC cables must be routed from the Service1A shelter to each other. The heaters are located in the lowermost part of the EMI protected area of each shelter.

Heater

Fig. 2.88

Location of heater (example: Service1A)

to ADP
257

Component of MK: CASH*

L1 L1 N N PE

S2/3
H H H H

S2/2
c b
H H H H

S2/1
c b
H H H H

1 2 3 4 5 c b
H

Base
a b
H H H H

Extension1
c b
H H H H

Extension2
H H H H

c b

c b

67

67

67

S1A

67

67

67

67 Component of MK: CASH*

H Connection to the Heater

Fig. 2.89

Heater: AC cabling between the shelters

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2.12.7

Battery Cabling between the Shelters (BS-241)


These cables are the connection between the battery systems and the AC/DC modules in arrangement of Service1 and Service2 Shelters.

Service 2/3
top cover

Service 2/2

Service2/1

Service1

112/2
frame AC/DC 1

MK:Bat

110/1 111/1 112/1

112/3
tempresistor cable

1)

T1

T0

112/2 MK:Bat

BAT1

frame AC/DC 2

MK:Bat

112/4 110/4 111/4 MK:Bat

BAT2
MK:Bat 110/3 111/3

BAT1
MK:Bat 110/2 111/2

T1

T0

MK:Bat

BAT3

BAT2

BAT1

BAT0

air vent

air vent

air vent

air vent

a a a a a 1 2 b c -48 V 0V 25 26 27 28 T0 b b b b T1 + - + BAT0 BAT1 terminal block AC/DC1 frame

a a a a 14 15 16 17 T0 b b b b T1 + - + BAT2 BAT3 terminal block AC/DC2 frame

terminal block battery frame

1) Third Battery block in Service2 Shelter only possible, if Membrane Filter is used.

Fig. 2.90

Survey of battery cabling

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tempresistor-cable no. 112/1 112/2 112/3 112/4 Tab. 2.39

from S1/BAT0 (+) S2/1 BAT1(+) S2/2 BAT2 (+) S2/3 BAT3 (+)

to S1/ AC/DC1 T0 S1/ AC/DC1 T1 S1/ AC/DC2 T0 S1/ AC/DC2 T1

length 2500 mm 2500 mm 5500 mm 5500 mm

List of tempresistor cables

battery cable number 110/1 111/1 110/2 111/2 110/3 111/3 110/4 111/4 Tab. 2.40

from S1-AC/DC1-26b S1-AC/DC1-25b S1-AC/DC1-28b S1-AC/DC1-27b S1-AC/DC2-15b S1-AC/DC2-14b S1-AC/DC2-17b S1-AC/DC2-16b

to S1/BAT0/- (-48V) S1/BAT0/+ (+0V) S2/1 MK:BAT1 -2a S2/1 MK:BAT1 -1a S2/2 MK:BAT2 -2a S2/2 MK:BAT2 -1a S2/3 MK:BAT3 -2a S2/3 MK:BAT3 -1a

length 1150 mm 1150 mm 2850 mm 2850 mm 3200 mm 3200 mm 3500 mm 3500 mm

color blue black blue black blue black blue black

List of battery cables between the shelters

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2.12.8

Battery Cabling between the Shelters (BS-241 II)


Different cables are available to the interconnection of several battery systems in and between the Service Shelters. The cable-variants and the connections are shown in the following table.

Warning Short circuit risk! For fastening of DC supply connections at the AD panel connectors, use only an insulated hexagonal screw key/ratchet (M6)!

Cable No 418 / 1 418 / 2 418 / 1 418 / 2 419 / 1 419 / 2 422 / 1 422 / 2 422 / 1 422 / 2 422 / 1 422 / 2 423 / 1 423 / 2 423 / 1 423 / 2 140 / 1 140 / 2 140 / 1 140 / 2 141 / 1 141 / 2

from S1A: MK: Battery 1 S1A: MK: Battery 1 S2/1: MK: Battery 3 S2/1: MK: Battery 3 S2/1: MK: Battery 1 S2/1: MK: Battery 1 S2/1: MK: Battery 3 S2/1: MK: Battery 3 S2/2: MK: Battery 3 S2/2: MK: Battery 3 S2/3: MK: Battery 1, 2 or 3 S2/3: MK: Battery 1, 2 or 3 S2/1: MK: Battery 1 or 2 S2/1: MK: Battery 1 or 2 S2/2: MK: Battery 1 or 2 S2/2: MK: Battery 1 or 2 MK: Battery 1 MK: Battery 1 MK: Battery 2 MK: Battery 2 F: Battery -48V F: Battery 0V

to S1A: ADP / BAT0 (-) *1) S1A: ADP / BAT0 (+) *1) S1A: ADP / BAT0 (-) *1) S1A: ADP / BAT0 (+) *1) S1A: ADPU / BAT1 (-) *1) S1A: ADPU / BAT1 (+) *1) S1A: MK: Battery 1 or 2 S1A: MK: Battery 1 or 2 S2/1: MK: Battery 1, 2 or 3 S2/1: MK: Battery 1, 2 or 3 S2/2: MK: Battery 3 S2/2: MK: Battery 3 S1A: MK: Battery 1 S1A: MK: Battery 1 S2/1: MK: Battery 1 S2/1: MK: Battery 1 MK: Battery 2 MK: Battery 2 MK: Battery 3 MK: Battery 3 MK: Battery (2b) MK: Battery (1a)

Color blue black blue black blue black blue black blue black blue black blue black blue black blue black blue black blue black

Length 1.5 m 1.7 m 1.5 m 1.7 m 2.71 m 2.71 m 1.71 m 1.71 m 1.71 m 1.71 m 1.71 m 1.71 m 3.0 m 3.0 m 3.0 m 3.0 m 1.0 m 0.6 m 1.0 m 0.6 m 0.6 m 0.4 m

Factory No.S30864-* X215-A70 X215-A70 X215-A71 X215-A74 X215-A74 X215-A74 X215-A76 X215-A76 X215-A74 X215-A74

*1) Cut, if necessary Tab. 2.41 List of battery cables between the shelters (BS-241 II)

cable no 53

Signal name BATT TEMP

from F:AC/DC / CTRL / X11

to

factory no. S30864-*

F:Battery, +POL, (+0V) *1) X216-A92

*1) Connect the battery sensor to the upper Service1- battery. If there no is battery installed, connect the sensor to the upper battery in the Service2 shelter. Tab. 2.42 Battery sensor cabling

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Depending on the site specific configuration, are there several possibilities of battery cabling. Two examples are shown in the circuit diagrams below.

ADP
200A / 60 mV BR33 180A

53

BAT
422 S2/3 MK:BAT
BR 160A

0V

B 422 S2/2 MK:BAT


BR 160A

-48V
418

422 S2/1 MK:BAT


BR 160A

S1A 418

MK:BAT
BR 160A

422

422

422

Fig. 2.91

Circuit diagram with Battery in Service1A

ADP
200A / 60 mV BR33 180A

53

BAT
422 S2/3 MK:BAT
BR 160A

-48V

0V

422 S2/2 MK:BAT


BR 160A

419 S2/1 MK:BAT


BR 160A

422

422

419

Fig. 2.92

Circuit diagram without Battery in Service1A

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from AC/DC system 0V-48V


to subsequent Service2 cabinet
+
BAT / -48V

MK:BATTERY 2)
A 160A B

+
MK:BATTERY 2) BAT / -48V

160A

1)

Service2

1)

AD panel (ADP)
+
MK:BATTERY 2)

+
BAT / -48V

MK:BATTERY 2)
A 160A B

BAT / -48V

A 160A

1)

1) battery breaker alarm line to ACTC 2) MK:BATTERY is integral part of F:BARTTERY

1)

Fig. 2.93

Overview of Battery breakers for sets of batteries in Service1A / Service2

2.13

Installation of the Modules


For later extension or maintenance it is useful to have a basic knowledge about the correct removal and replacement of the Core- and RF modules. Two variants for the fixing of the modules in the subracks does exist. A lever mechanism will be used for fixing of the Core modules COBA and COSA. Fixing screws at the upper and lower edge are used for securing of the RF modules.The handling is shown in the figure below.

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BR 33

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push together

lever mechanism in open position

lever mechanism in locked position Fig. 2.94 Fixing of the modules

fixing screw

To prevent the installation of the plug-in modules at incorrect mounting positions, each relevant modules provide code keys.

code key no.

Fig. 2.95

Location of the code key no.

Pay attention to the following hints: After removal of a module check the proper condition of the code key plugs on the backplane. Before a module will be plugged-in check the correct setting of the code key number, this is to prevent damages at the backplane connectors (see table below). Insert the modules without pressure.

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Module DUAMCO FICOM DIAMCO CU COBA COSA Tab. 2.43 7 7 8 6 1 2

Code Key

Module HW Code Key

2.14

Setup of System Cabling


The system cabling consists of connections are installed on the front of the RF modules. Cabling configurations depend on the different equipping variants (e.g., type of combining, capacity stage) and the cell configuration of the site. The system cabling is already installed in the factory. This section provides information for setup additional system cables for the extension of RF modules or the cell configuration must be changed. System cables will be shipped in a box to avoid twisting and damage. Before starting the connection procedure, refer to the site documentation and determine the types and number of cables.

2.14.1

System Cabling with semi-rigid Cables


To obtain the minimum bending radius of 10 mm (semi-rigid .141 AI) and 3,5 mm (semi-rigid .86 AI). A bending tool should be used. Fix the system cables at SMA connectors with a torque wrench set to 0,8 Nm and at SMC connectors with a torque wrench set to 0,35 Nm.

connection DUAMCO 0/3CU 0/1,4/5 DUAMCO 1/2CU 2/3,6/7 DUAMCO 0/3CU 0/1,4/5 DUAMCO 1/2CU 2/3,6/7 FICOM-0/3 CU 0/1,4/5 FICOM-1/2 CU 2/3,6/7 Tab. 2.44

code number

path

length 1.6 m

connector

cable type

C39195-Z80-C113 RX C39195-Z80-C118 RX C39195-Z80-C160 TX C39195-Z80-C114 TX C39195-Z80-C160 TX C39195-Z80-C114 TX

SMC,90,female/ semi-rigid SMC,90,female .086 Al

1.25 m SMC,90,female/ semi-rigid SMC,90,female .086 Al 1.25 m SMA,90,male/ SMA,90,male 1.05 m SMA,90,male/ SMA,90,male 1.25 m SMA,90,male/ SMA,90,male 1.05 m SMA,90,male/ SMA,90,male semi-rigid .141 Al semi-rigid .141 Al semi-rigid .141 Al semi-rigid .141 Al

Functionality of semi-rigid system cables

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connection DIAMCO-0 CU 1,2/3,4/6,7 DIAMCO-0/1 CU 0/5 DIAMCO-1 CU 2/3,4,6/7 HPDUDIAMCO (Shelter) HPDUFICOM (Shelter) DIAMCO Shelter 0 DIAMCO Shelter 1 BIAS-TDIAMCO (Shelter) BIAS-THPDU (Shelter) Tab. 2.44

code number

path

length 0.6 m

connector

cable type

C39195-Z80-C116 RX C39195-Z80-C117 RX C39195-Z80-C116 RX C39195-Z80-C175 RX

SMC,90,female/ semi-rigid SMC,90,female .086 Al

0.75 m SMC,90,female/ semi-rigid SMC,90,female .086 Al 0.6 m 0.8 m SMC,90,female/ semi-rigid SMC,90,female .086 Al SMA,90,male/ N-Con,90,male 7/16,90,male 7/16,90,male SMA,90,male N-Con,90,male semi-rigid .141 Al 1/2 jumper cable Coax flexible

C39195-Z80-C172 TX

0.8 m

C39195-Z80-C176 cascading C39195-Z80-C175 RX

2.7 m

0.8 m

SMA,90,male/ N-Con,90,male SMA,90,male/ SMA,90,male

semi-rigid .141 Al semi-rigid .141 Al

C39195-Z80-C170 RX

0.3 m

Functionality of semi-rigid system cables

Fig. 2.96

Example of system cabling with semi-rigid cables

In case of expansion of a FICOM base module with FICOM expansion modules, a short semi-flex cable (C39195-Z80-C137) will be connected between the RF/EXP connectors (N-type, female) of the modules. Fix the cable at the connectors carefully with a torque spanner to 1,10 Nm.

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System Cabling with Flexi-Cables


Fix the system cables at SMA connectors with a torque wrench set to 0,8 Nm and at SMC connectors to 0.35 Nm. The minimum single bending radius of the flexible cables is 20 mm. The minimum repeated bending radius is 40 mm. The exceptional length of the cables have to be stored inside the vertical space between the subracks and the shelter. The horizontal space below each subrack have not to be used to store the extra length of the system cables or anything else. This space is used as an air inlet for cooling.

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connection DUAMCO 0...3CU 0/1/6/7 DUAMCO 0...3 CU 2/3/8/9 DUAMCO 0...3 CU 4/5/10/11 DUAMCO 0...3CU 0/1/6/7 DUAMCO 0...3 CU 2/3/8/9 DUAMCO 0...3 CU 4/5/10/11 Tab. 2.45

code number S30864-X217-A13 S30864-X217-A13 S30864-X217-A15 S30864-X217-A16 S30864-X217-A16 S30864-X217-A18

length 1.9 m 1.9 m 1.6 m 1.95 m 1.95 m 1.25

Path RX RX RX TX TX TX

connector SMC,90,female/ SMC,90,female SMC,90,female/ SMC,90,female SMC,90,female/ SMC,90,female SMA,90,male/ SMA,90,male SMA,90,male/ SMA,90,male SMA,90,male/ SMA,90,male

Functionality of exible system cables

Fig. 2.97

System cabling with flexible cables

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2.14.3

Terminators
It is necessary to terminate all unused RF-connectors of the RF-modules with 50 Ohm load resistors. The following terminators are used: C39195-Z80-C30 for SMA connectors C39195-Z80-C31 for SMC connectors

Fix the terminators at SMA connectors with a torque wrench set to 1 Nm and at SMC connectors to 0.35 Nm. Later removal of terminators must done with extreme care, to avoid damages at the RF front connectors of the modules.

2.15 i

Post Installation Notes


For dehydrating the shelter during transportation and storage, a bag filled with Silica Gel is fitted into the shelter by the factory. It is recommended to remove the bag, because after a certain time the bag lost his function. The following instructions must carried before leaving the site: At the end of the working day enable any alarms that should be active. Contact the Network Control Center to announce your departure.

Note: In order to make sure that on the BS-241 (Shelter type I) there is no Door Open alarm after closing the shelter door, do the following: Close the door, turn the door handle in the clockwise direction and pass over the normal lock position (vertical to the ground) by 20 to 30 degrees, where you feel that it can not turn any more. Then bring back the handle in the handle latch. The Door Open alarm goes off. Close and lock the shelter doors. Ensure the site is secure or hand over to the person in charge / caretaker.

If all installation activities are finished, any garbage must be cleared from site. Remove all packing material for recycling.

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3 Appendix
3.1 Installation Tools
The correct installation is carried out with the aid of the following tools: Standard toolkit for BSS-installation Spirit-level Plumb bob Torque spanner for SMA connectors (0,8 N/m) Torque spanner for SMC connectors (0,35 N/m) Screw driver for torx screws T8, T10, T20, T25, T30, T40, T50 (length 200 mm) Long screw driver for torx screws T30 (length 400 mm) Engineers wrenches for M12, M42 (SW 19, 65 mm) Ratchet with insets for nuts M4, M5, M6, M8, M10 (SW 7, 8, 10, 13, 17 mm) Short ratchet with an inset for nuts M12 (SW 19 mm) Security screw driver tool for Torx plus IPR PT DG 50x80 P/O no. 40003198*) insulated torque wrench for Torx T30 (6 Nm) for battery mounting insulated torque wrench for SW 17 (20 Nm) for battery mounting torque wrench for SW32 (12-35 Nm) for 7/16 connector xing insulated hexagonal socket screw key or ratchet (M6) for connecting DC cables to AD panel and DC panels (Base and Extension) Screw drivers for hexagonal socket screw or hexagonal socket screw key SW 4 mm Screw driver for slotted screw M3, M4, M5 Screw driver for pozi drive screws PZ0 ... PZ4 Tool Siemens SNR.: C39407-A149-A6 for drawing lightning pill of OVPT Stripping knife for RF cables 90 offset screw driver for torx screws T20 Laptop tray P/O no. 1.908.801.0*) eye bolts (for crane- or helicopter transports only) knee pads (recommended)

Items marked with *) can be ordered as spare part. For further information refer to BS-241 Product Manual or Spare & Service Manual For installation of power supply, transmission equipment, antennas, cable ways and other infrastructure equipment, additional tools may be necessary.

3.2

Ancillary Material
The following ancillary materials are needed: plumb line colophony adhesive tape (yellow/green, green, blue, red, orange, white) cable fasteners wire end sleeves for 16 mm copper wires cable lugs M8 wire end sleeves paint retouch kit (Siemens Serial No.A500-C101-B261) self vulcanized tape

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Technical Data
Parameter overall dimensions (HxWxD) weights: Base shelter (unequipped with plinth) Base shelter Extension shelter Service1 (2 x AC/DC, 1 x F: Battery) Service2 (3 x F: Battery, MEF-shelter only) frame with 4 ACOM frame with 4 CU + 2 MUCO frame with 6 AC/DC frame with battery set 85 Ah frame with 3 AC/DC DC-panel, cabling included Heat Exchanger (1 x HEX) mains input voltage: BS-241 / BS-241 II 1750 x 700 x 650 mm (inclusive plinth) 110 kg 240 kg 240 kg 314 kg 540 kg 40 kg 40 kg 27 kg 140 kg 18 kg 10 kg ca 5,6 kg 400 V AC/50Hz (3 x 230 Vac single phase) 208 V AC/60Hz (2 x 120 Vac single phase) 25,5 W 12,5 W 9W 135 W 200 W 17 W 17 W 10 W 80 W 20 W outdoor wire, fibre optic, microwave max. 8 max. 12 1 - 12 7/16, female terminal block (120 ) 1,0/2,3 coaxial connectors female (75) WAGO terminal block (max. AWG 8) bolt M8 spring terminal blocks SubD 15 (female), RJ 45 socket

power consumption: AMCO MUCO TMA CU (GSM) CU (Edge) COBA COSA DC panel AC/DC converter battery set location condition: Abis link media: CU per single shelter: multiple cell per BTSE no. of CU per Cell external interfaces: TX/RX antenna Abis interface mains input AC ground connection external alarms LMT Tab. 3.1 Technical data of BS-241

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3.4

Checklist for BS-241 Installation


Check Item Mounting All shelters fixed to concrete foundation or base construction Grounding All shelters connected to ground as described Cable screens of all cables connected to ground at the cable window of the building Power Supply Cross section of power supply cable sufficient power supply connection corresponded to TNS-or TT Network requirements Cable window of the installation building equipped with lightning conductor Cross section corresponded to cable length External Alarms External alarm cables with braided screen Cable screen contacted to metal lid of cable feeding module Cable screen contacted to ground at both ends Overvoltage protection equipment present and correct installed PCM Cables PCM cables with braided screen Cable screens connected with EMI panel of rack Cable screen contacted to ground at both ends NTPM connector for cable screens corresponded to EMC requirements Overvoltage protection equipment correct installed (if present) Antenna Cables (if external antennas will be used) Outer conductor of antenna cables connected to ground at antenna window Grounding of antenna cables between antenna and antenna window corresponded to grounding guideline Antenna cable conductor protected against humidity at the ground points Tab. 3.2 Checklist for BS-241 Installation Yes No

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4
AC ACT ACTC ACTM BS241 BSS BTS CAN Coba Cosa CU DC

Abbreviations
Alternating Current Alarm Collection Terminal Alarm Collection Terminal Connection Board Alarm Collection Terminal for Base/Shelter 24 Carrier BTSE, outdoor Base Station System Base Transceiver Station Controller Area Network Core Basis Core Satellite Carrier Unit Direct Current Dual Inline Amplifier Multicoupler Duplexer Amplifier Multicoupler Duplexer Bias Path Enhanced Data Rates for the GSM Evolution Electro Magnetic Interference Electrostatically Sensitive Device FICOM High Power Duplexer Heat Exchanger Link Equipment Mobile Station Network Termination for PCM30 over voltage protection Pulse Code Modulation

DIAMCO DUAMCO DUBIAS EDGE EMI ESD FICOM HPDU HX LE MS NTPM OVPT PCM

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