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BTS3006C Cables

This topic describes the functions, appearance, assignment of pins, and installation positions of the BTS3006C cables. 5.1 BTS3006C Cable List This topic describes the BTS3006C cable list. The BTS3006C cables are classified into the power cables, PGND cable, transmission cables, signal cables, RF cables, and cables between the BTS3006C and the auxiliary equipment. 5.2 BTS3006C Power Cables and PGND Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C power cables and PGND cables. The BTS3006C power cables consist of the AC power cables, DC power cables, TMA power cables, and fan power cables. The grounding cables consist of the PGND cables in the transmission interface box, the PGND cables in the power interface box, and the external input PGND cables. 5.3 BTS3006C Transmission Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C transmission cables. The BTS3006C transmission cables consist of the E1 cables, cabinet-group optical fibers, and SDH external optical cables. 5.4 BTS3006C Signal Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C signal cables. The BTS3006C signal cables consist of the BTS3006C door status signal cables and BTS3006C external alarm cables. 5.5 BTS3006C RF Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C RF cables. The BTS3006C RF cables consist of the BTS3006C RF signal cables and the BTS3006C 1/4-inch RF jumpers. 5.6 Cables Between the BTS3006C and the Auxiliary Equipment This topic describes the cables between the BTS3006C and the auxiliary equipment. The cables between the BTS3006C and the auxiliary equipment consist of the signal cables in the external environment alarm box and the power cables between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C.

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5.1 BTS3006C Cable List


This topic describes the BTS3006C cable list. The BTS3006C cables are classified into the power cables, PGND cable, transmission cables, signal cables, RF cables, and cables between the BTS3006C and the auxiliary equipment. Table 5-1 lists the BTS3006C cables. Table 5-1 BTS3006C cable list Item Power cables Sub-Item AC power cable Installation Position One end connects to AC INPUT port on the DPSM. The other end connects to the output port of the external integral power system. Remarks Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the Power Cables Between the AFB and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E. Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the Power Cables Between the APM and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E.

DC power cable

Blue: One end connects to NEG (-) wire post of the DSEM. The other end connects to the port of the external integral power system. Black: One end connects to NEG(+) wire post of the DSEM. The other end connects to the port of the external integral power system.

Fan power unit

One end connects to FAN port on the DDRM. The other end connects to the fan.

One end of the cable is connected to the fan before delivery. The other end needs to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the Power Cables for the Fans of the BTS3006C/BTS3002E. Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the PGND Cable of the BTS3006C/ BTS3002E.

PGND cables

External PGND cable

One end connects to the grounding terminal at the rear of a cabinet. The other end connects to the external protection grounding busbar.

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Sub-Item PGND cable in the transmission interface box

Installation Position One end connects to any free wire clip on the grounding bar in the transmission interface box. The other end connects to the external protection grounding busbar. One end connects to the grounding terminal in the interface box. The other end connects to the external protection grounding busbar. One end connects to the E1_0/1 port or E1_2/3 port at the bottom of the DMCM. The other end connects to the transmission equipment.

Remarks Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the PGND Cable of the BTS3006C/ BTS3002E. Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the PGND Cable of the BTS3006C/ BTS3002E. Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the E1 Cable of the BTS3006C/BTS3002E. Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the BTS3006C/ BTS3002E Optical Cable for Combined Cabinets or for Cabinet Groups. Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the Optical Cable of the BTS3006C/ BTS3002E. One end of the cable is connected to the door status switch before delivery. The other end needs to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the Door Control Cable of the BTS3006C/BTS3002E Cabinet.

PGND cable in the power interface box

Transmis sion cables

E1 cable

Optical fibers for combined cabinets or cabinet groups

One end connects to the SFP-A port and SFP-B port on the DMCM in the main cabinet. The other end connects to the SFP-A port and the SFP-B port on the DMCM in the extension cabinet. One end connects to the OPT port on the DMCM in the main cabinet. The other end connects to the transmission equipment.

Optical cable

Signal cables

Door status signal cable of a cabinet

One end connects to the DOOR port on the DMCM in the main cabinet. The other end connects to the door status switch at the bottom of a cabinet.

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Sub-Item RET control signal cable

Installation Position One end connects to any ANT port on the DATM panel. The other end connects to the SMA port on the Bias-Tee.

Remarks Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the RET Control Signal Cables of the BTS3006C/BTS3002E. Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the Alarm Cable Between the APM and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E. Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the 1/4-Inch RF Jumpers of the BTS3006C/ BTS3002E.

External alarm cable

One end connects to the ALM port on the DMCM in the main cabinet. The other end connects to the alarm port on the auxiliary equipment.

RF cables

1/4-inch RF jumper

One end connects to the antenna port ANTA or ANTB on the DDPM. The other end connects to the feeder of the antenna system when there is no power supply for the TMA. The other end connects to the Bias-Tee when there is power supply for the TMA.

RF signal cable

RF signal cables are classified into the RF transmit and receive signal cables. The RF transmit signal cable connects to the TX port on the DDRM and the corresponding TX port on the DDPM/DDCM. The RF receive signal cable connects to the RX port on the DDRM and the corresponding RX port on the DDPM.

Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the RF Signal Cables of the BTS3006C/ BTS3002E.

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Item Cables between the BTS3006 C and the auxiliary equipme nt

Sub-Item Signal cable in the external environment alarm box

Installation Position One end connects to the DB9 (RS485) alarm port on the external environment alarm box. The other end connects to the bare wire end of the external alarm cable carried by the BTS3006C.

Remarks Two ends of the cables are not connected and need to be installed on site. For the installation method, refer to Installing the Alarm Cable Between the EMUA and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E, Installing the Alarm Cable Between the EMU and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E, and Installing the Alarm Cable Between the EAC-2 and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E.

5.2 BTS3006C Power Cables and PGND Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C power cables and PGND cables. The BTS3006C power cables consist of the AC power cables, DC power cables, TMA power cables, and fan power cables. The grounding cables consist of the PGND cables in the transmission interface box, the PGND cables in the power interface box, and the external input PGND cables. 5.2.1 BTS3006C/BTS3002E AC Power Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E AC power cables. The BTS3006C AC power cables are used to connect the power interface box and the DPSM. In addition, the BTS3006C AC power cables can be used to send the power interface box to the DPSM AC power module through the 220 V AC and 110 V AC power. 5.2.2 BTS3006C/BTS3002E DC Power Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E DC power cables. The DC power cables are used to connect the power interface box and the DSEM. The DC power cables are used to supply power from the power interface box to the DSEM in a cabinet. 5.2.3 BTS3006C/BTS3002E Fan Power Cables This topic describes the fan power cable of the BTS3006C/BTS3002E. The fan power cables are used to connect the DDRM and the fan so that power can be supplied to the fan. At the same time, the fan power cables are used to transmit the control signals of in-position detection of the fan, monitoring of the fan status, fan alarms, and speed adjustment. 5.2.4 BTS3006C/BTS3002E PGND Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E PGND cables. The BTS3006C/BTS3002E PGND cable has the following three types: the external input PGND cable, the PGND cable in the transmission interface box, and the PGND cable in the power interface box. 5.2.5 Equipotential Cable of the BTS This part describes the function, structure, pin assignment, and installation positions of the equipotential cable.

5.2.1 BTS3006C/BTS3002E AC Power Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E AC power cables. The BTS3006C AC power cables are used to connect the power interface box and the DPSM. In addition, the BTS3006C
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AC power cables can be used to send the power interface box to the DPSM AC power module through the 220 V AC and 110 V AC power.

Functions
The BTS3006C AC power cables are used to connect the power interface box and the DPSM. In addition, the BTS3006C AC power cables can be used to send the power interface box to the DPSM AC power module through the 220 V AC and 110 V AC power.

Appearance
A DPSM AC power cable is 3 m long. Two ends of the power cable are bare wires. Two connectors are required to be made on site to match the bare wire ends, as shown in Figure 5-1. Figure 5-1 AC power cable

Pin Description
Table 5-2 lists the pin assignment for the DPSM AC power cables. Table 5-2 Pin assignment for the DPSM AC power cables Pin X.1 X.2 X.3 Wire Color Brown Green and yellow Blue Remarks L PGND N

Installation Position
Table 5-3 describes the installation positions of the AC power cables.

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Table 5-3 Installation position of an AC power cable Cable Name One End Connects to port AC INPUT on the DPSM Connects to L wire post for the brown wire; connects to PE wire post for the yellow and green wire; connects to N wire post for the blue wire The Other End

DPSM AC power cable

Connects to the output port of the external integral power system

5.2.2 BTS3006C/BTS3002E DC Power Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E DC power cables. The DC power cables are used to connect the power interface box and the DSEM. The DC power cables are used to supply power from the power interface box to the DSEM in a cabinet.

Functions
The DC power cables are used to connect the power interface box and the DSEM. The DC power cables are used to supply power from the power interface box to the DSEM in a cabinet.

Appearance
There are two DC power cables. One is blue and the other is black. Two ends of the power cable are OT terminals. You can shorten the length of the power cable based on the actual situation. Figure 5-2 shows the DC power cables. Figure 5-2 DC power cable

Pin Description
None

Installation Position
Table 5-4 describes the installation positions of the DC power cables.

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Table 5-4 Installation positions of the DC power cables Cable Name DSEM DC power cable (blue) DSEM DC power cable (black) One End Connects to NEG(-) wire post of the DSEM. Connects to NEG(+) wire post of the DSEM. The Other End Connects to the port on the external integral power system. Connects to the port on the external integral power system.

5.2.3 BTS3006C/BTS3002E Fan Power Cables


This topic describes the fan power cable of the BTS3006C/BTS3002E. The fan power cables are used to connect the DDRM and the fan so that power can be supplied to the fan. At the same time, the fan power cables are used to transmit the control signals of in-position detection of the fan, monitoring of the fan status, fan alarms, and speed adjustment.

Functions
The fan power cables are used to connect the DDRM and the fan so that power can be supplied to the fan. At the same time, the fan power cables are used to transmit the control signals of inposition detection of the fan, monitoring of the fan status, fan alarms, and speed adjustment.

Appearance
A fan power cable is 0.5 m long. One end of the cable is a round waterproof connector and the other end is connected to the fan before delivery. Figure 5-3 shows the fan cable. Figure 5-3 Fan power cable
Cylindrical waterproof connector View A W A
6 3 51 7 8 42

Pin Description
Table 5-5 lists the pin assignment for the fan power cable. Table 5-5 Pin assignment for the fan power cable Wire W Pins at the X End X.3 X.4 X.5
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Pins at the X End X.6 X.7 X.8

Wire Color Purple White Blue

Installation Position
Table 5-6 shows the arrangement of the fan power cables. Table 5-6 Installation position of a fan power cable Cable Name Fan power cable One End (Round Waterproof Connector) Connects to FAN port on the DDRM. The Other End Connects to the fan fixedly.

5.2.4 BTS3006C/BTS3002E PGND Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E PGND cables. The BTS3006C/BTS3002E PGND cable has the following three types: the external input PGND cable, the PGND cable in the transmission interface box, and the PGND cable in the power interface box.

Functions
The PGND cables are used to ground the cabinets properly. The types of PGND cables are as follows:
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The external PGND cables that are used to keep a cabinet well grounded. The PGND cables in the transmission interface box that are used to keep this box well grounded. The PGND cables in the power interface box are used to keep this box well grounded.

Appearance
A BTS3006C/BTS3002E PGND cable has a 25 mm2 cross-sectional area and is a yellow and green plastic insulation copper core cable. Two ends of a PGND cable are OT terminals (lugs). Two terminals of a PGND cable are required to be made on site. Figure 5-4 shows a PGND cable. Figure 5-4 BTS3006C/BTS3002E PGND cable

Pin Description
None
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Installation Position
Table 5-7 lists the installation positions of the BTS3006C/BTS3002E PGND cables. Table 5-7 Installation positions of the PGND cables Cable Name External PGND cable PGND cable in the transmission interface box PGND cable in the power interface box One End Connects to the grounding terminal at the rear of a cabinet. Connects to any free wire clip of the grounding bar in the transmission interface box. Connects to the grounding terminal in the interface box. The Other End Connects to the external protection grounding busbar.

5.2.5 Equipotential Cable of the BTS


This part describes the function, structure, pin assignment, and installation positions of the equipotential cable.

Function
The equipotential cable helps keep an equal potential between the cabinets and ensuring the safe operation of the BTSs.

Structure
The equipotential cable is a green and yellow cable with cross-sectional area of 25 mm2. Both ends of the cable use OT terminals. See Figure 5-5 for details. Figure 5-5 Structure of the equipotential cable

Pin Assignment
None.

Installation Positions
Table 5-8 describes the installation positions of the equipotential cable.

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Table 5-8 Installation positions of the equipotential cable Cabinet Model BTS3012 One End (OT Terminal) Connects to the PGND bar on top of one cabinet Connects to the PGND bar at the bottom of one cabinet Connects to the PGND bar at the back of one cabinet Connects to one external PGND bar Other End (OT Terminal) Connects to the PGND bar on top of the other cabinet Connects to the PGND bar at the bottom of the other cabinet Connects to the PGND bar at the back of the other cabinet Connects to the other external PGND bar

BTS3012AE

BTS3006C

BTS3002E

5.3 BTS3006C Transmission Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C transmission cables. The BTS3006C transmission cables consist of the E1 cables, cabinet-group optical fibers, and SDH external optical cables. 5.3.1 BTS3006C/BTS3002E E1 Cables This topic describes the BT3006C/BTS3002E E1 cables. The BT3006C/BTS3002E E1 cables (75-ohm E1 cables and 120-ohm E1 cables) are used to transmit signals between the BTS and the BSC. 5.3.2 Optical Fibers for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E Combined Cabinets or Cabinet Groups This topic describes the optical fibers for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E combined cabinets or cabinet groups. The optical fibers for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E combined cabinets or cabinet groups are used to achieve the optical combined cabinets or cabinet groups between cabinets. 5.3.3 BTS3006C/BTS3002E SDH External Optical Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E SDH external optical cables. The BTS3006C/ BTS3002E SDH external optical cables are used to transmit optical signals so that the optical connection between the cabinet and other equipment can be established.

5.3.1 BTS3006C/BTS3002E E1 Cables


This topic describes the BT3006C/BTS3002E E1 cables. The BT3006C/BTS3002E E1 cables (75-ohm E1 cables and 120-ohm E1 cables) are used to transmit signals between the BTS and the BSC.

Functions
The BT3006C E1 cables (75-ohm E1 cables and 120-ohm E1 cables) are used to transmit signals between the BTS and the BSC.

Appearance
A 75-ohm E1 cable is a 3 m-long coaxial cable. It consists of four mini coaxial cables. Two of them form one E1 path. Therefore, each 75-ohm E1 cable can provide two E1 paths. 75 ohms
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One end of a 75-ohm E1 cable is a round waterproof connector and the other end is an SMB terminal. Figure 5-6 shows a 75-ohm E1 cable. Figure 5-6 75-ohm E1 cable
SMB connector X1 X2 X3 X4 W1 W2 W3 W4
TX0 RX0 TX1 RX1

Cylindrical waterproof connector View A W A


1 2 3 5 4 6 87

X5

A 120-ohm E1 cable is a 3 m-long twisted pair cable. It consists of four twisted pair cables. Two of them form one E1 path. Therefore, each 120-ohm E1 cable can provide two E1 paths. One end of a 120-ohm E1 cable is a round waterproof connector, and the other end is a bare wire. The bare wire end is selected and made on site based on the actual situation. 120 ohms Figure 5-7 shows a E1 cable. Figure 5-7 120-ohm E1 cable
Cylindrical Waterproof connector View A W A X1
1 2 3 5 4 6 87

Pin Description
Table 5-9 and Table 5-10 separately describe the pin assignment for the 75-ohm E1 cables and the 120-ohm E1 cables. Table 5-9 Pin assignment for the 75-ohm E1 cables Wire Coaxial Cable Wire/Outer Conductor X1.tip X1.ring W2 X2.tip X2.ring W3 X3.tip X3.ring W4
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Pins at X5 End Round Waterproof Connector X5.1 X5.2 X5.3 X5.4 X5.5 X5.6 X5.7

Coaxial Cable Label

W1

TX0

RX0

TX1

X4.tip

RX1
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Coaxial Cable Wire/Outer Conductor X4.ring

Pins at X5 End Round Waterproof Connector X5.8

Coaxial Cable Label

Table 5-10 Pin assignment for the 120-ohm E1 cables Wire Pins at X1 End Round Waterproof Connector X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.4 X1.5 X1.6 X1.7 X1.8 Wire Color Remarks on Twisted Pair Cable TT0 TR0 RT0 RR0 TT1 TR1 RT1 RR1

White Blue White Orange White Green White Brown

Installation Position
The installation modes of the 75-ohm E1 cables and 120-ohm E1 cables are the same. The installation methods of cables are determined based on the cabinet installation modes.
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If a BTS3006C cabinet is installed on the ground, you need to lead cables from the right cabling hole at the bottom of the base into the bottom of the DMCM in the cabinet. If a BTS3002E cabinet is installed on a wall, you need to connect cables directly to the bottom of the DMCM in the cabinet. If a BTS3006C/BTS3002E cabinet is installed on a pole, you need to connect cables directly to the bottom of the DMCM in the cabinet.

Table 5-11 lists the installation positions of a 75-ohm E1 cable and a 120-ohm E1 cable. Table 5-11 Installation positions of the E1 cables Cable Name 75-ohm E1 cable One End A round waterproof connector: connects to E1_0/1 port or E1_2/3 port at the bottom of the DMCM A round waterproof connector: connects to E1_0/1 port or E1_2/3 port at the bottom of the DMCM The Other End SMB terminal: connects to the transmission equipment, such as the transmission interface box Bare wire: connects to the transmission equipment, such as the transmission interface box

120-ohm E1 cable

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5.3.2 Optical Fibers for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E Combined Cabinets or Cabinet Groups
This topic describes the optical fibers for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E combined cabinets or cabinet groups. The optical fibers for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E combined cabinets or cabinet groups are used to achieve the optical combined cabinets or cabinet groups between cabinets.

Functions
The optical fibers for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E combined cabinets or cabinet groups are used to achieve the optical combined cabinets or cabinet groups between cabinets.

Appearance
Both ends of a optical fiber for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E combined cabinets and the cabinet group are LC optical connectors. Figure 5-8 shows the optical fiber. Figure 5-8 Optical fiber for combined cabinets or cabinet groups

CAUTION
An optical fiber connector must be covered with dustproof caps when it is not in use.

Pin Description
None

Installation Position
Table 5-12 lists the installation position of an optical fiber for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E combined cabinets and cabinet groups. Table 5-12 Installation position of an optical fiber for combined cabinets and cabinet groups Cable Type Optical fiber for combined cabinets or cabinet groups One End Connects to SFP-A port and SFP-B port on the DMCM in the main cabinet. The Other End Connects to SFP-A port and SFP-B port on the DMCM in the extension cabinet.

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5.3.3 BTS3006C/BTS3002E SDH External Optical Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E SDH external optical cables. The BTS3006C/ BTS3002E SDH external optical cables are used to transmit optical signals so that the optical connection between the cabinet and other equipment can be established.

Functions
The BTS3006C/BTS3002E SDH external optical cables are used to transmit optical signals so that the optical connection between the cabinet and other equipment can be established.

Appearance
A BTS3006C/BTS3002E SDH external optical cable is 3 m long. One end is round waterproof connector. The other end matches four FC optical connectors, as shown in Figure 5-9. Figure 5-9 SDH external optical cable
Cylindrical waterproof connector FC connector

WTX WRX ETX ERX

X1 X2 X3 X4 3 4 2 1

X0

Pin Description
Table 5-13 lists the pin assignment for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E SDH external optical cables. Table 5-13 Pin assignment for the BTS3006C SDH external optical cables XO End X0.1 X0.2 X0.3 X0.4 X1X4 End X1 X2 X3 X4 X1X4 Wire Label WTX WRX ETX ERX

Installation Position
Table 5-14 lists the installation position of a BTS3006C/BTS3002E SDH external optical cable.

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Table 5-14 Installation position of an SDH external optical cable Cable Name SDH external optical cable One End (Round Waterproof Connector) Connects to OPT port on the DMCM in the main cabinet. The Other End (FC Optical Connector) Connects to the transmission equipment (such as, the transmission interface box)

5.4 BTS3006C Signal Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C signal cables. The BTS3006C signal cables consist of the BTS3006C door status signal cables and BTS3006C external alarm cables. 5.4.1 Door Status Signal Cables of a BTS3006C/BTS3002E Cabinet This topic describes the door status signal cables of a BTS3006C/BTS3002E cabinet. The door status signal cables of a BTS3006C/BTS3002E cabinet are used to connect the door status switch at the bottom of a cabinet and monitor the switch status at the door of a cabinet through the DMCM. 5.4.2 BTS3006C/BTS3002E RET Control Signal Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E RET control signal cables. The RET control signal cables are used to transmit signals between the DATM and the Bias-Tee on top of a cabinet. 5.4.3 BTS3006C/BTS3002E External Alarm Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E external alarm cables. The BTS3006C/ BTS3002E external alarm cables are used to connect the external alarm equipment and monitor the power status and environment status through the DMCM.

5.4.1 Door Status Signal Cables of a BTS3006C/BTS3002E Cabinet


This topic describes the door status signal cables of a BTS3006C/BTS3002E cabinet. The door status signal cables of a BTS3006C/BTS3002E cabinet are used to connect the door status switch at the bottom of a cabinet and monitor the switch status at the door of a cabinet through the DMCM.

Functions
The BTS3006C/BTS3002E door status signal cables are used to connect the door status switch at the bottom of a cabinet and monitor the switch status at the door of a cabinet through the DMCM.

Appearance
Figure 5-10 shows a BTS3006C/BTS3002E door status signal cable.

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Figure 5-10 Door status signal cable

View 1 2 3 A

W1

X2

X1

W2

X3

Pin Description
Table 5-15 lists the pin assignment for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E door status signal cables. Table 5-15 Pin assignment for the BTS3006C door status signal cables Wire W1 W2 Pins at X1 End X1.1 X1.3 Pins at X2 End and X3 End X2 X3 Wire Color Blue Black

Installation Position
Table 5-16 lists the installation position of a door status signal cable. Table 5-16 Installation position of a door status signal cable Cable Name Door status cable One End (Common Connector) Connects to DOOR port on the DMCM in the main cabinet. The Other End ( Parallel Terminal) Connects to the door status switch at the bottom of a cabinet.

5.4.2 BTS3006C/BTS3002E RET Control Signal Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E RET control signal cables. The RET control signal cables are used to transmit signals between the DATM and the Bias-Tee on top of a cabinet.

Functions
The RET control signal cables are used to transmit signals between the DATM and the BiasTee on top of a cabinet.

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Appearance
The BTS3006C RET control signal cable consists of six independent RF coaxial cables (2.2 m long). These cables have the same structure. One end of an RET control signal cable is an SMA male connector and the other end is an SMA elbow male connector, as shown in Figure 5-11. Figure 5-11 Structure of an RET control signal cable
SMA connector W X1 X2 SMA connector

Pin Description
None

Installation Position
Table 5-17 lists the installation positions of an RET control signal cable. Table 5-17 Installation position of an RET control signal cable Cable Type RET control signal cable One End (SMA Elbow Male Connector) Connects to any ANT port on the DATM panel. The Other End (SMA Male Connector) Connects to SMA port on the BiasTee.

5.4.3 BTS3006C/BTS3002E External Alarm Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E external alarm cables. The BTS3006C/ BTS3002E external alarm cables are used to connect the external alarm equipment and monitor the power status and environment status through the DMCM.

Functions
The BTS3006C/BTS3002E external alarm cables are used to connect the external alarm equipment and monitor the power status and environment status through the DMCM.

Appearance
A BTS006C/BTS3002E external alarm cable is 9 m long. One end of the cable is a round waterproof connector and the other end is a bare wire. According to Table 5-18, a connector is required to be made on site to match the bare wire end. Figure 5-12 shows a BTS3006C/ BTS3002E external alarm cable.

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Figure 5-12 External alarm cable


Cylindrical waterproof connector A W A-A
1 5 11

X1

Pin Description
Table 5-18 lists the pin assignment for the BTS3006C/BTS3002E alarm wires. Table 5-18 Pin assignment for the BTS3006C external alarm cable wires Wire W Pins at X1 End X1.1 Wire Color Blue Red/blue X1.2 Orange Red/orange X1.3 Green Green/Red X1.4 Brown Red/brown X1.5 X1.7 X1.5 X1.8 X1.11 X1.9 X1.11 X1.10 White/blue Blue White/orange Orange White/green Green White/brown Brown GND G1 GND G2 GND G3 GND G4 RXRX+ TXRemarks on Twisted Pair Cable TX+

Installation Position
Table 5-19 lists the installation position of a BTS3006C/BTS3002E external alarm cable.

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Table 5-19 Installation position of an external alarm cable Cable Name External alarm cable One End (Round Waterproof Connector) Connects to ALM port on the DMCM The Other End (Bare Wire) Connects to a port on the external alarm equipment

5.5 BTS3006C RF Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C RF cables. The BTS3006C RF cables consist of the BTS3006C RF signal cables and the BTS3006C 1/4-inch RF jumpers. 5.5.1 BTS3006C/BTS3002E RF Signal Cables This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E RF signal cables. The two types of RF signal cables are RF RX signal cables and RF TX signal cables. 5.5.2 BTS3006C/BTS3002E 1/4-Inch RF Jumpers This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E 1/4-inch RF jumpers. BBTS3006C/BTS3002E 1/4-inch RF jumpers are used to complete the signal interconnection between the BTS and the antenna system.

5.5.1 BTS3006C/BTS3002E RF Signal Cables


This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E RF signal cables. The two types of RF signal cables are RF RX signal cables and RF TX signal cables.

Functions
The two types of RF signal cables are RF RX signal cables and RF TX signal cables.
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RF RX signal cables: are used to connect the port on the RX channel between the DDPM and the DDRM so that the uplink signals can be transmitted. RF TX signal cables: are used to connect the ports on the RX channel between the DDPM and the DDRM, between the DDPM and the DDCM/DSCM, and between the DDRM and the DDCM so that the downlink signals can be transmitted.
NOTE

The BTS3002E does not have the DSCM. Therefore, the RF signal cables are not required to be connected with the DSCM for the BTS3002E.

Appearance
Two ends of the RF RX signal cables are SMA elbow male connectors. Two ends of the RF TX signal cables are N elbow male connectors. Figure 5-13 shows the structure of an RF RX cable and an RF TX signal cable.

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Figure 5-13 Structure of an RF RX signal cable and an RF TX signal cable


1 1

RF RX Cable 2 2

RF TX Cable

(1) SMA elbow male connector

(2) N elbow male connector

Pin Description
None

Installation Position
Table 5-20 lists the installation positions of an RF receive cable and an RF transmit signal cable.
NOTE

The BTS3002E does not have the DSCM. Therefore, the RF signal cables are not required to be connected with the DSCM for the BTS3002E.

Table 5-20 Installation positions of an RF RX cable and an RF TX signal cable Cable Name RF RX signal cable RF TX signal cable One End Connects to RX port on the DDRM. Connects to TX port on the DDRM. Connects to TX port on the DDPM Connects to TX port on the DDPM Connects to COM port on the DDCM The Other End Connects to RX port on the DDPM. Connects to TX port on the DDPM. Connects to TX port on the DDCM. Connects to COM port on the DDCM Connects to COM port on the DSCM Connects to TX port on the DSCM

5.5.2 BTS3006C/BTS3002E 1/4-Inch RF Jumpers


This topic describes the BTS3006C/BTS3002E 1/4-inch RF jumpers. BBTS3006C/BTS3002E 1/4-inch RF jumpers are used to complete the signal interconnection between the BTS and the antenna system.

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Functions
BTS3006C/BTS3002E 1/4-inch RF jumpers are used to complete the signal interconnection between the BTS and the antenna system.

Appearance
One end of a BTS3006C/BTS3002E 1/4-inch RF jumper is a DIN male connector. The other end is a N elbow male connector. The jumpers have two types: 2.2 m and 4 m. Figure 5-14 shows a BTS3006C 1/4-inch RF jumper. Figure 5-14 Structure of a BTS3006C 1/4-inch RF jumper
1 2

(1) DIN male connector

(2) N elbow male connector

Pin Description
None

Installation Position
Table 5-21 lists the installation position of the BTS3006C/BTS3002E 1/4-inch RF jumpers. Table 5-21 Installation positions of the 1/4-inch RF jumpers Cable Name 1/4 RF jumper One End (N Connector) Connects to the antenna port ANTA or ANTB on the DDPM. The Other End (DIN Connector) Connects to the feeder of the antenna system when there is no power supply for the TMA. Connects to the Bias-Tee port when there is power supply for the TMA.

5.6 Cables Between the BTS3006C and the Auxiliary Equipment


This topic describes the cables between the BTS3006C and the auxiliary equipment. The cables between the BTS3006C and the auxiliary equipment consist of the signal cables in the external environment alarm box and the power cables between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C.
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5.6.1 Signal cable of the external environment alarm box in the BTS This part describes the function, structure, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal cable of the external environment alarm box in the BTS. 5.6.2 Power Cables Between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E This topic describes the power cables between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E. The power cables between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E are used to connect the Sidepower and the DSEM. The power cables are used to supply power from the Sidepower to the DSEM in a cabinet.

5.6.1 Signal cable of the external environment alarm box in the BTS
This part describes the function, structure, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal cable of the external environment alarm box in the BTS.

Function
The signal cable of the external environment alarm box is used to transmit the alarm signals to the BTS. This helps the BTS take actions to clear the relevant alarms.

Appearance
Figure 5-15 shows the structure of the signal cable of the external environment alarm box. Figure 5-15 Structure of the signal cable of the external environment alarm box
View B Pos.1 B W Pos.9 X1 X2 (2) DB9 male connector Pos.9 1 2 View A Pos.1 A

(1) DB9 male connector

Pin Description
Table 5-22 describes the pin assignment for the signal cable of the external environment alarm box. Table 5-22 Pin assignment for the signal cable of the external environment alarm box Pin at the X1 End X1.3 X1.7 X1.2 X1.6 Pin at the X2 End X2.2 X2.6 X2.3 X2.7 Twisted pair Wire Type Twisted pair Remarks WARNING_T+ WARNING_TWARNING_R+ WARNING_R-

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Installation Positions
Table 5-23 shows the installation positions of the signal cable for the external environment alarm box. Table 5-23 Installation positions of the signal cable for the external environment alarm box BTS Type BTS3012 BTS3012AE BTS3006C One End (DB9 Male Connector) Connects to the COM1 or COM2 port on the DSAC Connects to the EAC port on the DMLU panel Connects to the DB9 connector of the BTS3006C/ BTS3002E external alarm cable Connects to the DB9 connector of the BTS3006C/ BTS3002E external alarm cable Other End (DB9 Male Connector) The two core wires at the bare wire end connect to relevant control devices. The two core wires at the bare wire end connect to relevant control devices. The two core wires at the bare wire end connect to relevant control devices.

BTS3002E

The two core wires at the bare wire end connect to relevant control devices.

5.6.2 Power Cables Between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C/ BTS3002E
This topic describes the power cables between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E. The power cables between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E are used to connect the Sidepower and the DSEM. The power cables are used to supply power from the Sidepower to the DSEM in a cabinet.

Functions
The power cables between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E are used to connect the Sidepower and the DSEM. The power cables are used to supply power from the Sidepower to the DSEM in a cabinet.

Appearance
There are two power cables. One is blue and the other is black. Two ends of the power cable are OT terminals. You can shorten the length of the power cable based on the actual situation. Figure 5-16 shows the power cables. Figure 5-16 DC power cable

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Pin Description
None

Installation Position
Table 5-24 lists the installation positions of the power cables. Table 5-24 Installation positions of the power cables Cable Name Power cable between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E (blue) Power cable between the Sidepower and the BTS3006C/BTS3002E (black) One End Connects to NEG(-) wire post of the DSEM The Other End Connects to the wiring terminal on the output negative Miniature Circuit Breaker (MCB) of the Sidepower Connects to the wiring terminal on the output positive copper busbar of the Sidepower

Connects to NEG(+) wire post of the DSEM

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