Alcatel-Lucent 1511

MEDIA ACCESS CROSS-CONNECT| RELEASE 1.x
HARDWARE INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Contents

Contents

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Preface
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5

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Scope ...................................................................................................................2 Applicable Releases .............................................................................................2 Audience ...............................................................................................................2 Assumed Knowledge ............................................................................................2 Related Documents ..............................................................................................2

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General
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Requirements .......................................................................................................6 Initial Site Survey ..................................................................................................7

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Unpacking and Inspection
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Shipped Equipment ............................................................................................10 Procedures .........................................................................................................10

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Introduction .........................................................................................................14 General ...............................................................................................................14 Floor Preparation ................................................................................................15 Rack Installation .................................................................................................17

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Introduction .........................................................................................................22 Equipment Overview ..........................................................................................22 Mounting Positions .............................................................................................23 Installing the TRU ...............................................................................................24 Installing a 1511 MAX Shelf ...............................................................................25

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Introduction .........................................................................................................28 Safety Precautions .............................................................................................28 General ...............................................................................................................29 Power Cabling ....................................................................................................31 Rack Grounding Connection ..............................................................................34

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Introduction .........................................................................................................38 Slot Positions ......................................................................................................38 Supported Boards ...............................................................................................39 Dummy Covers ...................................................................................................40 Switch Settings ...................................................................................................41

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..........................................................................................................................................................115 Cable 3AL 42793 xxAA ............105 Cable 3AG 27383 xxAA ..............................19 App A...............................................................................................58 Cabling Guidelines ..........11 8................................23 App A...6 App A...................8 8.........3 8..15 App A..........65 FXO-A Board ..................................58 CMXIO Boards ...........................................111 Cable 3AG 27405 xxAA .......................................................................................6 7......3 9......18 App A..................................6 8...............71 DAT-A Board ........................................................................................................................83 TPIF-A Board ..........................................................25 App A.................................74 EM-A Board .........................................................112 Cable 3AG 27406 xxAA ......................................59 FXS-A Board .............................................................113 Cable 3AG 27407 xxAA ..........109 Cable 3AG 27387 xxAA ....................................92 App A...............................................90 Removing/installing Doors .................................................................115 Cable 3AL 42747 xxAA .............................................................110 Cable 3AG 27404 xxAA .......................................................13 App A............................2 9......................................104 Cable 3AG 27382 xxAA .................................................................................................................................................................87 9— Installing Side Plates and Door 9............................................................................................2 8.....9 8.......................................................49 Installation Procedures .....................20 App A.............................................................14 App A.......4 App A....108 Cable 3AG 27386 xxAA .......................................................................................106 Cable 3AG 27384 xxAA .........................................102 Cable 3AG 27380 xxAA .....................................1 9.....................................................................................................................................................116 Cable 3AL 42857 xxAA .......................................13 57 Introduction ....................................................................................................................69 ANE1-B Board .............................................................................3 App A..............................24 App A..................................................................................................49 8— Rack Cabling 8......................1 App A...............22 App A...103 Cable 3AG 27381 xxAA ............4 89 Introduction ..........21 App A.......................................................67 ANE1-A Board ...................................................8 App A............................5 App A................................................85 MRD-A Board .............................................91 Door Reversal for Left-hand Opening ................9 App A...........5 8..........81 COND-A Board .................................................................................................2 App A............................................................100 Cable 3AG 27377 xxAA ..........................................107 Cable 3AG 27385 xxAA ..............................12 8...............................109 Cable 3AG 27394 xxAA ..............1 8.............................12 App A........117 II Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 ...............................................................11 App A.....17 App A.............................................................4 8...........78 COD-A Board ................................................7 8............................99 Cable 3AG 27376 xxAA .........114 Cable 3AL 42738 xxAA ................................................................................................................10 8..................................... Cable Specifications 95 App A.........90 Removing/installing Side Plates .....................................116 Cable 3AL 43526 xxAA .............................................10 App A...................................................................................101 Cable 3AG 27378 xxAA ............7 Recommended Tools ................115 Cable 3AL 42741 xxAA ...............................................................16 App A..............................7 App A.........................................................................................................................................Contents 7..................................................................................97 Cable 3AG 27375 xxAA .................................................................................116 Cable 3AL 42872 xxAA ................26 Introduction ............................117 Cable 3AL 43581 xxAA ........................................

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User Guide for the CLI.1 — Preface 1. Table 1-1 1511 MAX Documentation Set Document title System Description Safety Manual Installation and Maintenance Manual for 1511 EM Operator Guide Description Describes the general overview and functionality of the Alcatel-Lucent 1511 MAX. 1. 1. Lists compliance to the safety standards and gives fuse information.0 on. 1. Code 3AG 28304 AAAA TQZZA 3AG 28300 AAAA TCZZA 3AG 28302 AAAA TQZZA 3AG 28303 AAAA TQZZA 2 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . 1.1 Scope This manual describes the installation of the following equipment in the 1511 Media Access Cross-Connect (1511 MAX): • • • • • Racks Shelves Units Rack cabling Shelf cabling Note — The installation procedures described in this document are specific for 19” racks.2 Applicable Releases This document is applicable from Release 1.4 Assumed Knowledge The reader must be a skilled installer of hardware equipment and have knowledge of general telecommunications principles. User Guide for the installation and maintenance of the 1511 EM server and the 3rd party management tools. 1511 EM. WebCT and 3rd party management GUIs.3 Audience This manual is intended for installers equipped with site drawings that show power sources and floor plans that show rack locations.5 Related Documents Table 1-1 lists the documents that make up the 1511 MAX documentation set.

1 — Preface Document title 1511 MAX Hardware Installation Manual 1511 MAX Configuration and Set-up Manual Signalling Types Reference Manual Description Describes the hardware installation procedures for the racks. Describes the software configuration to be done after the hardware has been installed Gives a reference of the Signalling Types of the Alcatel-Lucent 1511 MAX. Code 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA 3AG 28305 AAAA RJZZA 3AG 28308 AAAA TQZZA 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 3 / 124 . the subracks and the cabling.

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6 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . Note — EMC/ESD requirements. Follow the safety guidelines described in the Safety Manual. Follow the specific procedures for handling ESD-sensitive units. Ensure that the EMC/ESD conditions meet GR 1089 CORE. Note — Environmental requirements. Most plug-in units and powered equipment contain devices susceptible to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD). which can damage circuitry in unconnected conditions.2 — General 2.1 Requirements Warning — Safety requirements. Ensure that the environmental conditions as described in the Safety manual are met.

3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 7 / 124 . BATtery RETurn (BATRET) and Frame Ground (FG) must be constructed from the appropriate materials and must meet or exceed the standard CO specification. This information must be communicated to Alcatel-Lucent. This can cause death or serious physical harm to persons or damage to equipment. The power cables. Warning — Risk of dangerous or harmful situation if no appropriate materials are used. the following items have to be determined: • • • • The equipment rack locations (floor plan) The type of floor (normal or raised floor) Rack mounting requirements (anchoring from ceiling or floor) Required cable lengths: • Power cables • Coaxial or optical fiber cables • Miscellaneous cables • Cable loading considerations • The location of termination points and requirements for power and ground cables between 1511 MAX racks and CO power source (customer provided).2 — General 2. During the site survey. • Type of Main Distribution Frame (MDF) termination blocks • Auxiliary framing and overhead rack bracing.2 Initial Site Survey Alcatel-Lucent recommends that a site survey be conducted prior to ordering installation materials and to ensure a properly planned installation.

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This is due to anticipated difficulties in adding cables after initial installation. configuration. • shipped as a separate item (upgrade kit) for expansion beyond the initial 3. Shelves Shelves can either be: • mounted in the rack for predefined configurations. Top Rack Unit The TRU is installed in the top position of the rack and is always cabled for the maximum possible number of shelves. The following items are included in the shipment: • • • • the cabinet the Top Rack Unit (TRU) the 1511 MAX shelf (or shelves) the power and alarm cabling Boards and other cables are shipped separately. tackle and dolly. 10 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . Caution — Risk of damage to equipment caused by excessive shock or vibration. The following equipment must be used for safe material-handling: a forklift truck. a lifting sling or block. Refer to the HW Configuration Manual for possible configurations. Use extreme care and follow the standard safety precautions when operating the material-handling equipment.3 — Unpacking and Inspection 3. even if the configuration only requires one shelf.1 Shipped Equipment In general. the rack is shipped in vertical position. Be careful when moving the equipment.2 Procedures Danger — Risk of personal injury or damage to equipment.

Note — Risk of damage to equipment. if present. Do not install damaged or dirty equipment. Before removing the equipment from the crate. 3 If anything is missing or damaged. Procedure 3-2 Inspection 1 2 Check the equipment items against the packing list. Carefully open the crate. notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel-Lucent immediately. Lifting heavy equipment without appropriate tools for material-handling could result in physical harm and/or damage to equipment. Photograph all the damaged equipment. place the crate on a level floor as near to the final installation location as possible. check around the crate for parts that may have become loose during shipment. with the shears and remove the packing and bracing material. Photograph all the damaged crates. Keep all the inspection and packing documents for reference. dirt. Inspect the equipment itself for damage. as this can adversely affect other equipment. Keep all the inspection and packing documents for reference. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 11 / 124 . Warning — Risk of physical harm and or equipment damage. If there is no damage. apply appropriate pulleys or hoists and use lifting eyes. dirt and corrosion. Take care not to damage the equipment. notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel-Lucent immediately. When lifting racks. Remove the equipment from the crate. If damaged.3 — Unpacking and Inspection Procedure 3-1 Unpacking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Inspect the crates and the packaging for damage. Cut the open moisture vapor barrier bag. 8 Dispose of the packing material as per local practice. The exterior and interior of equipment and component parts must be free from grease.and dust-free area. This must be a dry.

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14 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .4 — Installing Racks 4. as the cable routing holes must not coincide with the raised-floor supports. • installing the rack(s) • joining two racks together Note — In the case of raised-floor cabling. 4. • cutting the tiles (for raised floors only). the positioning of the racks and the cutting of the tiles needs special attention.1 Introduction This chapter provides the procedures for: • preparing a concrete floor or a raised floor for the installation of racks with footprint 600 x 600 mm.2 General Figure 4-1 gives an example of a multiple rack configuration. Figure 4-1 Rack Configuration Example Rear (cabling) 600 mm 1511 MAX Rack 1511 MAX Rack 1511 MAX Rack 600 mm Front (boards and cabling) The following applies for multiple rack configurations: • The racks have a footprint of 600 mm x 600 mm. The order is not important. The preparation consists of: • marking the rack positions on the floor. • Racks cannot be mounted against a wall or back-to-back. as they must be accessible via the front and the rear of the rack. which are used for the 1511 MAX system. or right to left. • Racks can be grown from either left to right.

Mark the rack position on the floor while referring to the job floor plan. line up the racks with a row of tiles. Use a felt marking pen to mark the position of each rack as shown in Figure 4-2. Where the layout lines intersect. 4 Mark the references and the layout lines. then divide it into shorter lengths leaving the measuring tape in place. On a raised floor. first mark the total length. 5 • • On a concrete floor. Verify that the floor is level. This guarantees an optimal space for cable routing (the cable holes do not coincide with the floor supports). Caution — Risk of equipment damage when floor is not level Do not try to mount a rack on a floor that is not level. Verify that the area dimensions and the location of reference points correspond to the floor plan.4 — Installing Racks 4. To avoid cumulative errors when laying out short dimensions in a straight line. Figure 4-2 Positioning Racks and Cutting Tiles for Cable Routing see detail below Rear 600 mm Front 600 mm 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 15 / 124 .3 Floor Preparation Procedure 4-1 Marking the Rack Positions 1 2 3 Verify that the layout of floors. extend the lines at least 15 cm beyond the point of intersection to check the equipment alignment. use chalk to mark the front baseline and end of the rack. ceiling and walls is as shown in the applicable drawings and specifications are as provided by the site survey team.

If the racks are not immediately installed.4 — Installing Racks Procedure 4-2 Cutting Tiles for Raised Floor Cabling 1 Mark the routing area on the tiles with a felt marking pen. cover the cable routing holes in the raised floor with solid covers. The maximum dimensions of the routing area are 499 x 499 mm. Figure 4-3 Routing Area Rack holes / tile cut-out 600 mm 600 mm Caution — Risk of floor damage by large tile cutouts or when floor material not solid enough. Make sure the tile material is strong enough to carry fully equipped racks (consult the raised floor installer or vendor). Use the rack base as a template and refer to Figure 4-3. 16 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . 2 3 Remove the routing areas marked on the tiles with a jig saw and remove all sharp edges.

4 — Installing Racks 4. If necessary. level the rack using the levelling feet at the bottom of the rack. Move the rack to its permanent floor location (for example. by using a lifting trolly). see Figure 4-4 Figure 4-4 Rack Leveling 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 17 / 124 . join racks together Installing Racks Procedure 4-3 Installing Racks 1 2 Cover the surrounding floor area with a protective covering as required by local practice. 3 Use a level to check the rack leveling and alignment at the base. the top and both sides of the rack.4 Rack Installation The rack installation procedure consists of: • installing racks in their correct positions • if required. Note — The rack can be equipped with lifting eyes Caution — Possible risk of equipment damage Brace the top of the rack during movement to prevent tipping and avoid strains that might twist or otherwise damage the backplane.

Place the dust protection tape with the adhesive side on one of the racks and place the two racks next to each other as shown in Figure 4-5.430 BZ 5. Figure 4-5 Place Dust Protection Tape 3 Place the rack corner couplings as shown in Figure 4-6. Figure 4-6 Place Rack Corner Couplings TS 8800.5 x 13 mm MD = 5Nm BZ 5.5 x 13 mm MD = 5Nm IP IP M 8 x 16 mm MD = 9Nm 18 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .4 — Installing Racks Joining Racks The procedure below gives an example of how racks can be joined together using the following components: • Dust protection tape (self-adhesive): this tape is placed between the two racks and seals the 3 mm gap between the two racks against dust • Rack corner couplings (contact Alcatel-Lucent for the part number) • Rack upright couplings (contact Alcatel-Lucent for the part number) Procedure 4-4 Joining racks 1 2 Remove the side panels from the sides which are going to be joined and this for both racks.

Figure 4-7 Place Rack Corner Couplings TS 8800.500 IP IP IP 2 3 1 3 mm 6 mm Note — Optionally.4 — Installing Racks 4 Place the rack upright couplings as shown in Figure 4-7. a cover plate can be installed on the top of the rack on the joint between the two racks (to prevent dust accumulation). 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 19 / 124 .

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Not all of the following procedures are required for installation on site. 5. Table 5-1 Overview of Rack Equipment Rack Equipment 1511 MAX shelf Mnemonic SMXC-A Code 3AG 32900 AAAA 22 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . an 1511 MAX rack is equipped with a TRU and at least one shelf.1 Introduction This chapter provides the procedures to install the following items in a rack: • TRU: the TRU allows to distribute power to the different shelves mounted in the rack • 1511 MAX shelf Note — At delivery.5 — Installing Rack Equipment 5. but several can be useful when upgrading or mounting additional equipment.2 Equipment Overview Table 5-1 gives an overview of the equipment installed at delivery or that can be mounted on site.

5 — Installing Rack Equipment

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Position Indication
The rack is 42 units (U) high (1 U = 44.45 mm = 1.75 in). The holes in the vertical rails are arranged in repeating sets of three, with center-to-center separations of 15.875 mm (0.625 in), 15.875 mm (0.625 in), 12.7 mm (0.5 in). The hole pattern thus repeats every 44.45 mm (1.75 in). The middle of each U is indicated by a triangle on the rail (see Figure 5-1).
Figure 5-1 Position Indication

15.875 mm (0.625 in)

1U
15.875 mm (0.625 in)

12.7 mm (0.5 in)

Mounting Positions
The vertical spacing between two shelves should be at least 2 U to provide spacing for:

• cable routing • adequate cooling
Table 5-2 shows the mounting positions of the TRU and the shelves in the rack.
Table 5-2 Mounting Positions
Rack Equipment TRU 1511 MAX shelf 1511 MAX shelf 1511 MAX shelf 1511 MAX shelf Mnemonic SMXC-A SMXC-A SMXC-A SMXC-A Mounting Position(1) 1 5 14 23 32

Notes (1) Counting of the mounting positions starts from the top of the rack.

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5.4

Installing the TRU

Parts List
The following parts are required for mounting a TRU:

• One TRU • 4 bolts M10x14, 4 M10 cage nuts, 4 washers and 4 spring washers. Recommended Tools
The following tools are recommended:

• Socket wrench • Protective gloves. Procedure

Procedure 5-1 Installing the TRU
1 2 Unpack and visually inspect the TRU for physical damage. If anything is missing or damaged, notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel-Lucent immediately. Photograph all the damaged equipment. Keep all the inspection and packing documents as a reference. Do not install a damaged shelf.

Warning — Possibility of equipment damage.
Do not install damaged equipment, as it can adversely affect other equipment. 3 4 Place the cage nuts in the correct positions in the cage uprights. Mount the TRU in the upper rack position (refer to Table 5-2 for the correct mounting position), and fix the TRU with the bolts, cage nuts, washers and spring washers to the rack uprights. Refer to Figure 5-2.
Figure 5-2 Installing the TRU

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Installing a 1511 MAX Shelf
This section describes the procedure for installing a 1511 MAX shelf in a rack.

Parts List
The following parts are required for mounting a 1511 MAX shelf:

• One 1511 MAX shelf (SMXC-A), 3AG 27306 AAAA • 4 bolts M10x14, 4 M10 cage nuts, 4 washers and 4 spring washers. Recommended Tools
The following tools are recommended:

• Socket wrench • Protective gloves.
Procedure 5-2 Mounting the 1511 MAX Shelf
This procedure describes the installation of an 1511 MAX shelf: 1 2 Unpack and visually inspect the shelf for physical damage. If anything is missing or damaged, notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel-Lucent immediately. Photograph all the damaged equipment. Keep all the inspection and packing documents as a reference.

Warning — Possibility of equipment damage.
Do not install damaged equipment, as it can adversely affect other equipment. 3 If nothing is missing or damaged, mount the shelf in the rack. For the correct mounting position of the different shelves in the rack, refer to Table 5-2. Fix the shelf with the bolts, cage nuts, washers and spring washers to the rack uprights.

Note — If the shelves are mounted according to the positions in Table 52, then enough spacing is available to mount a cable rail on the front supports of the rack. This cable rail can then be used to fix the different cables in place; see chapter “Rack Cabling”.

Warning — Risk of physical harm or damage when lifting shelf.
The shelf is too heavy to be lifted by one person alone. Some edges may be sharp and can be harmful when handling the shelf. It is advisable to wear protective gloves.

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Introduction
This chapter describes the power cable specification and the fuse rating to be used when powering the 1511 MAX shelves. It provides safety precautions to be taken and the procedures to connect:

• Battery power cables, coming from the Power Distribution Frame (PDF) in the CO,
to the TRU • Power cables from the TRU to the 1511 MAX shelf. • Rack grounding connections

6.2

Safety Precautions
The following safety precautions apply:
Danger — Before working on power supply unit verify if it is not live.

If the power supply is live, which can deliver -48Vdc or -60Vdc, you must use an insulated tool kit and consult the manual on working on live components.
Danger — Avoid risk of electric shock!

Always wear protective gloves and footwear for all handling tasks. Carefully follow the instructions.
Warning — Before connecting to the mains power, verify the

specifications of all equipped fan units to ensure the correct voltage will be supplied (-48 Vdc or -60 Vdc) to these units.

Warning — When no power is supplied, all fasteners requiring a specific torque must be tightened moderately before final tightening with a torque wrench or driver.

When power is supplied, tighten fasteners with insulated tools, regardless of the specified torque.

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TRU
The TRU provides the power interface between the CO power plant and the 1511 MAX shelves. The TRU terminates the feed(s) of the CO battery branches A and B and has protective devices and cables to distribute power individually to each shelf. There are two Circuit Breakers (CB) per rack.

Power Distribution Frame
The 1511 MAX shelf operates with -48 Vdc or -60 Vdc (tolerance: <Bland>± 20%) supplied by the CO power source(s). This power is provided by the Power Distribution Frame (PDF) to the racks in a two branch structure, for maintenance and reliability. The incoming BATtery power A+B (BATA, BATB) and BATtery RETurn (BATRET) from the CO power distribution unit are connected to the TRU in the top of the rack. From there, power cables are routed to the front panel of the CMXIO board(s).

Cable Routing
In order to minimize interference and optimize performance, it is advisable, but not a minimum requirement, to route power cables using separate channels for signal and power cables. Keeping a distance of 10 cm between signal and power cables is advisable where it imposes no practical problems. Crossing of signal cables with power cables and parallel routing over short distances is acceptable.

Power Cable and Grounding Cable Specification
The following guidelines applies for the power cabling and the grounding cable:

• The section of the power supply cables (BAT A, BAT B and BATRET) should be at

least 2.5 mm2. However, depending on the type of power source, it is advisable to use cables with section 4 mm2 or 6 mm2. • The section of the grounding cable should be at least equal to the section of the power cables.

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the subrack is standard configured for two-wire powering.6 — Power and Ground Cabling Two-wire Configuration At delivery. The BATRET is connected to the Frame Ground (FG) by a fast-on bridge (see Figure 6-1) Figure 6-1 Fast-on Bridge BATRET FG Fast-on bridge This fast-on bridge is located on the CMXIO board (see Figure 6-2). Figure 6-2 Location of BATRET and FG Terminals on CMXIO Board BATRET and FG terminals 30 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

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see Figure 6-5. 32 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .6 — Power and Ground Cabling Power Cabling from the CO to the TRU Procedure 6-1 TRU Power Cabling Procedure 1 Connect the power cables from the CO power source as follows: i ii iii 2 BAT A to one pole of the left circuit breaker BAT B to one pole of the right circuit breaker BATRET to one terminal of the rightmost of the rail-mounted terminal blocks. Make the following connections between the circuit breakers and the rail-mounted terminal blocks: i ii Connect the other pole of the left circuit breaker to one terminal of the leftmost rail-mounted terminal block Connect the other pole of the right circuit breaker to one terminal of the middle rail-mounted terminal block Power Cabling from the TRU to Shelves Power Cable The required cable is the 15xx-POWERBUS cable 3AG 27424 DAAA. Figure 6-5 Cable 3AG 27424 DAAA L 200 10 Female connector Wire Number 1 2 3 Wire Colour Black Brown Blue Connector of cable A1 A3 A2 Signal BAT F1 BAT F2 BATR A1 A2 A3 Front view The standard length is 3 m.

Secure the power cable with clamps on the rail at the rear of the TRU (see Figure 6-6) and secure the power cable to the rack with tie-wraps as per local practice. Connect the power cable to the rail-mounted terminal blocks. see Figure 6-4. Figure 6-7 Connect to CMXIO Board 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 33 / 124 .6 — Power and Ground Cabling Parts List The following parts are required for the power cabling of the 1511 MAX shelf: • One 15xx-POWERBUS cable. Route the power cable via the rear of the TRU to the left of the rack. Figure 6-6 Route power cable 4 Plug the connector of the power cable in the connector on the CMXIO board and secure the connector with the screws. 3AG 27424 DAAA • Tie-wraps Procedure 6-2 Shelf Power Cabling Procedure 1 2 3 Remove the cover from the TRU. see Figure 6-7.

Inaccurate grounding connection can cause electric shock or equipment damage when the rack power is switched on.6 — Power and Ground Cabling 6. Warning — Possible risk of personal injury or damage to equipment due to inaccurate or faulty ground cabling. • The BATRET terminal block (see Figure 6-4 for an example) must be connected to the grounding rail of the TRU.5 Rack Grounding Connection The following applies for the rack grounding connection: • Grounding cables must be yellow/green • All shelves must be permanently connected to the ground • Grounding cables have to be attached to all the screw-fastened panels (see Figure 6-9): • • • • both doors both side panels top bottom • The panel grounding cables and the rack grounding cable must be connected to the grounding rail in the TRU (see Figure 6-8). Figure 6-8 Earthing Rail 34 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

6 — Power and Ground Cabling Figure 6-9 Overview Panel Grounding Connections MD = 8-10Nm A B M8 A B M 8 x 20 mm MD = 10-12Nm C D C E A M 8 x 30 mm E M 8 x 20 mm MD = 10-12Nm D MD = 10-12Nm M8 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 35 / 124 .

6 — Power and Ground Cabling 36 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

5 Switch Settings 7.2 Slot Positions 7-38 7-38 7-39 7-40 7-41 7-49 7-49 7.1 Introduction 7.4 Dummy Covers 7.7 — Installing Boards 7.7 Installation Procedures 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 37 / 124 .3 Supported Boards 7.6 Recommended Tools 7.

7 — Installing Boards 7.1 Introduction This chapter: • lists the different boards that are supported in 1511 MAX shelf. • describes the installation procedures to install the different boards in a 1511 MAX shelf. Figure 7-1 Areas and Slot Positions in the 1511 MAX Shelf 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09-CMX 10-CMX 11-CMX I/O 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 38 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . If the setting of these switches has to be changed. 7.2 Slot Positions The slot positions are marked at the top of the 1511 MAX shelf as shown in Figure 7-1. this must be done before the boards are mounted in the 1511 MAX shelf (refer to section “Switch Settings”). Caution — Some boards are equipped with switches.

3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 39 / 124 .3 Supported Boards Table 7-1 gives an overview of the boards supported in Release 1.703 Co-Directional 64 Kbit/s G.7 — Installing Boards 7.x. refer to the Unit Data Sheet of the individual boards. Table 7-1 Overview of Supported Boards Board Type CMX board CMXIO board Mnemonic CMX-A CMXIO-A CMXIO-B Full-height tributary board FXS-A FXS-O COD-A COND-A DAT-A EM-A TPIF-A MRD-A Applique ANE1-A ANE1-B Half-height tributary board NE1-A Code 3AG 27337 AAAA 3AG 27321 AAAA 3AG 27321 BAAA 3AG 27338 AAAA 3AG 27339 AAAA 3AG 27388 AAAA 3AG 27388 ABAA 3AG 27340 AAAA 3AG 27341 AAAA 3AG 27408 AAAA 3AG 27411 AAAA 3AG 27355 AAAA 3AG 27356 AAAA 3AG 27342 AAAA Description Controller Multiplexer Cross-connect CMX In-Out 120 Ω CMX In-Out 75 Ω Foreign exchange subscriber Foreign exchange office 64 Kbit/s G.703 Contra-Directional Data (Nx64/RAC) E&M TeleProtection Interface Fiber Manual Ring Down Applique NxE1 120 Ω Applique NxE1 75 Ω NxE1 interfaces Note — For detailed information on the functionality of each board.

7 — Installing Boards 7. see Figure 7-2 • Dummy cover for CMX position: 3AG 30518 AE.4 Dummy Covers Caution — As long as not all boards (or appliques) are equipped in a shelf. dummy covers must be mounted in the empty slots to secure EMCshielding: • Dummy cover for tributary positions: 3AG 30518 AD. see Figure 7-4 Figure 7-2 Dummy Cover 3AG 30518 AD Figure 7-3 Dummy Cover 3AG 30518 AE Figure 7-4 Dummy Cover 3AG 30518 AF 40 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . see Figure 7-3 • Dummy cover for NxE1tributary position: 3AG 30518 AF.

5 Switch Settings The following boards are equipped with switches: • • • • • • CMXIO-A CMXIO-B ANE1-A ANE1-B COD-A COND-A CMXIO-A The CMXIO-A board is equipped with 4 E1 interfaces (RJ45 connector). through connectors and through the receiver input circuitry. For the 2 BITS clock input interfaces. To prevent this.7 — Installing Boards 7. Note — Refer to section “CMXIO Boards”. subsection “E1 Interface” in chapter “Installing Boards” for the description of the connector layout. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 41 / 124 . Each receiver circuit is equipped with a switch: • Position A: no DC blocking • Position B: DC blocking by means of a 22 nF capacitor. The “Line in Ground” signal on pin 3 of each E1 connector can be connected to Frame Ground or left open. Figure 7-5 shows the location of the switches. The selection is done by an individual switch for each E1 circuit and BITS clock input. a difference in earth potential at each end of the cable. may result in unwanted current flowing in the outer conductor of the coaxial cable. a DC isolation can be switched in between the outer conductor and bonding network at the receiver interface.

The selection is done by an individual switch for each E1 circuit and BITS clock input. Each receiver circuit is equipped with a switch: • Position A: AC coupled to Frame Ground • Position B: DC blocking by means of a 22 nF capacitor. 42 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . through connectors and through the receiver input circuitry. A difference in earth potential at each end of the cable. a DC isolation can be switched in between the outer conductor and bonding network at the receiver interface.7 — Installing Boards Figure 7-5 Switch Positions on CMXIO-A S30 0 3 2 1 S30 1 3 2 1 S20 0 3 2 1 S20 1 3 2 1 S20 2 3 2 1 S20 3 3 2 1 1 2 3 1 2 3 Position 1-2: Position 2-3: • • • • • • S200 is related to E1 port 1 S201 is related to E1 port 2 S202 is related to E1 port 3 S203 is related to E1 port 4 S300 is related to BITS clock input 1 S301 is related to BITS clock input 2 The following applies for the 6 switches: • Switch lever in position 1-2: Rx cable screen DC connected to ground. • Switch lever in position 2-3: Rx cable screen AC coupled to ground (default position). may result in unwanted current flowing in the outer conductor of the coaxial cable. To prevent this. Figure 7-6 shows the location of the switches. CMXIO-B The CMXIO-B board is equipped with 4 E1 interfaces (coax connector).

7 — Installing Boards Figure 7-6 Switch Positions on CMXIO-B S300 3 2 1 S301 3 2 1 S200 3 2 1 S201 3 2 1 S202 3 2 1 S203 3 2 1 1 2 3 1 2 3 Position 1-2: Position 2-3: • • • • • • S200 is related to E1 port 1 S201 is related to E1 port 2 S202 is related to E1 port 3 S203 is related to E1 port 4 S300 is related to BITS clock input 1 S301 is related to BITS clock input 2 The following applies for the 6 switches: • Switch lever in position 1-2: Rx cable screen DC connected to ground. The selection is done by an individual switch for each E1 circuit. subsection “Connector Layout” in chapter “Installing Boards” for the description of the E1 connector layout. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 43 / 124 . Note — Refer to section “ANE1-A Board”. Figure 7-7 shows the location of the switches. ANE1-A The ANE1-A board is equipped with 16 E1 interfaces (RJ 45 connector). • Switch lever in position 2-3: Rx cable screen AC coupled to ground (default position). The “Line in Ground” signal on pin 3 of each E1 connector can be connected to Frame Ground or isolated from Frame Ground.

. • Switch lever in position 2-3: cable screen is isolated from ground (default position) ANE1-B The ANE1-B board is equipped with 16 E1 interfaces (11 interfaces on the left applique and 5 interfaces on the right applique). a DC isolation can be switched in between the outer conductor and bonding network at the receiver interface. Each of the receiver circuits is equipped with a switch: • Position A: no DC blocking • Position B: DC blocking by means of a 22 nF capacitor. may result in unwanted current flowing in the outer conductor of the coaxial cable. through connectors and through the receiver input circuitry.7 — Installing Boards Figure 7-7 Switch Positions on ANE1-A 1 2 31 2 31 2 31 2 31 2 31 2 31 2 3 1 2 3 S114 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 S116 S115 S112 1 2 3 S110 1 2 3 1 2 3 S109 1 2 3 S113 1 2 3 S111 1 2 3 1 2 3 Position 1-2: Position 2-3: • • • • S101 is related to E1 port 1 S102 is related to E1 port 2 . 44 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 S108 S107 S106 S105 S104 S103 S102 S101 .. To prevent this.A difference in earth potential at each end of the cable. S116 is related to E1 port 16 The following applies for the 16 switches: • Switch lever in position 1-2: cable screen is connected to ground.

3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 45 / 124 . S127 is related to E1 port 11 The following applies for the 11 switches: • Switch lever in position 1-2: Rx cable screen DC connected to ground.. Figure 7-8 shows the location of the switches on the left applique. Figure 7-8 Switch Positions on the Left Applique S127 S126 S125 S124 S123 S122 S121 S120 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 S119 S118 S117 123 123 123 1 2 3 1 2 3 Position 1-2: Position 2-3: • • • • • S117 is related to E1 port 1 S118 is related to E1 port 2 S119 is related to E1 port 3 .. • Switch lever in position 2-3: Rx cable screen AC coupled to ground (default position).7 — Installing Boards Switches on the left applique The selection is done by an individual switch for each E1 circuit.

subsection “Connector Layout” in chapter “Installing Boards” for the description of the connector layout. Figure 7-9 Switch Positions on the Right Applique 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 1 2 3 1 2 3 S300 S301 S400 S401 S500 Position 1-2: Position 2-3: • • • • • S300 is related to E1 port 12 S301 is related to E1 port 13 S400 is related to E1 port 14 S401 is related to E1 port 15 S500 is related to E1 port 16 The following applies for the 5 switches: • Switch lever in position 1-2: Rx cable screen DC connected to ground. COD-A The COD-A board is equipped with 5 switches which allow to connect the screen of each of the 5 channels to be connected to Frame Ground. Note — Refer to section “COD-A Board”.7 — Installing Boards Switches on the right applique Figure 7-9 shows the location of the switches on the right applique. • Switch lever in position 2-3: Rx cable screen AC coupled to ground (default position). 46 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

Note — Refer to section “COND-A Board”. COND-A The COND-A board is equipped with 5 switches which allow to connect the screen of each of the 5 channels to be connected to Frame Ground. subsection “Connector Layout” in chapter “Installing Boards” for the description of the connector layout. • Switch lever in position 2-3: cable screen is isolated from ground (default position). Figure 7-10 shows the location of the switches. The selection is done by an individual switch for each channel. Figure 7-10 shows the location of the switches. Figure 7-10 Switch Positions on COD-A S701 S702 S703 S704 S705 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 Position 1-2: Position 2-3: • • • • • S701 is related to channel 1 S702 is related to channel 2 S703 is related to channel 3 S704 is related to channel 4 S705 is related to channel 5 The following applies for the 5 switches: • Switch lever in position 1-2: cable screen is connected to ground. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 47 / 124 .7 — Installing Boards The selection is done by an individual switch for each channel.

• Switch lever in position 2-3: cable screen is isolated from ground (default position).7 — Installing Boards Figure 7-11 Switch Positions on COND-A S701 S702 S703 S704 S705 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 Position 1-2: Position 2-3: • • • • • S701 is related to channel 1 S702 is related to channel 2 S703 is related to channel 3 S704 is related to channel 4 S705 is related to channel 5 The following applies for the 5 switches: • Switch lever in position 1-2: cable screen is connected to ground. 48 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

7. Table 7-2 Applicable Procedures Procedure Installing ESD Sensitive Boards Installing CMX Boards Installing CMXIO Board Installing Full Height Tributary Boards Installing Appliques Installing Half-height Tributary Boards Procedure 7-1 7-2 7-3 7-4 7-5 7-6 Procedure 7-1 Installing ESD Sensitive Boards This general procedure describes the precautions to be taken when installing ESD sensitive boards.7 — Installing Boards 7. Figure 7-12 ESD Awareness Symbol 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 49 / 124 .6 Recommended Tools The following tools are recommended: • Screwdriver to secure the boards • Antistatic wrist strap for handling boards with ESD sensitive devices • Ohmmeter to check connection of wrist strap to earth bounding point. General Boards or assemblies with ESD sensitive devices are labelled with the ESD awareness symbol shown in Figure 7-12.7 Installation Procedures This section describes the installation procedures of the boards supported in the 1511 MAX system. Table 7-2 shows the different applicable procedures.

ESD could damage these or other devices in unconnected circuit conditions. 50 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . • • • Procedure 1 Make sure to wear a grounded wrist strap before handling DO NOT touch circuit traces or components on the board Handle boards at front and side edges only. Figure 7-13 Earth Bonding Point 2 Test the ESD wrist strap with the ohmmeter to ensure effectiveness.7 — Installing Boards Caution — Risk of damage to equipment with ESD sensitive devices Most boards and powered equipment contain devices that are susceptible to ESD. Ensure that ESD conditions meet requirements of ETS 300 386 1 2. it must measure 1 MΩ +/. Put on the antistatic wrist strap and connect it to the Earth Bonding Point shown in Figure 7-13.20% to ground. Carefully follow these rules when handling ESD sensitive boards.

Make sure to wear the antistatic wrist strap.6 Nm) Only if redundancy must be provided.7 — Installing Boards Procedure 7-2 Installing CMX Boards General A 1511 MAX system has one or two redundant Controller Multiplexer Cross-Connect (CMX) boards. the redundant board (if any) in slot 10. The single (first) CMX board is inserted in slot 9. Figure 7-14 Position of the CMX Board(s) in a 1511 MAX Shelf Caution — Risk of damage by ESD when board is not connected. Procedure 1 2 3 4 Remove the CMX board from its box. This board contains devices that are susceptible to damage caused by ESD in unconnected circuit conditions. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 51 / 124 . Insert the CMX board in slot 9 till the backplane connectors are firmly seated and lock the board in place by locking the insertion tabs. slot 10 must be covered with dummy plate 3AG 30518 AE. Note — If no redundancy must be provided. see Figure 7-14. install the second CMX board in slot 10. Secure the board with the frontplate screws (torque 0.Carefully follow ESD safety precautions.

Change the switch settings for the E1 interfaces if required (see section “Switch Settings”). 52 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . The CMXIO board is installed in slot 11 of a 1511 MAX shelf.6 Nm).7 — Installing Boards Procedure 7-3 Installing CMXIO Board General The CMX board(s) require a CMX In-Out (CMXIO) board. Carefully follow ESD safety precautions. Make sure to wear the antistatic wrist strap. This board contains devices that are susceptible to damage caused by ESD in unconnected circuit conditions. Figure 7-15 Position of the CMXIO Board in a 1511 MAX Shelf Caution — Risk of damage by ESD when board is not connected. see Figure 7-15. Insert the CMXIO board in slot 11 till the backplane connectors are firmly seated and secure the board with the frontplate screws (torque 0. Procedure 1 2 3 Remove the CMXIO board from its box.

3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 53 / 124 . These can be installed in the slot positions 1 to 8 and 12 to 19. Make sure to wear the antistatic wrist strap.6 Nm).7 — Installing Boards Procedure 7-4 Installing Full Height Tributary Boards General The 1511 MAX shelf can house up to 16 Full Height (FH) tributary boards. Procedure 1 2 Remove the FH Tributary Board board from its box. This board contains devices that are susceptible to damage caused by ESD in unconnected circuit conditions. Figure 7-16 shows an example. Carefully follow ESD safety precautions. Figure 7-16 Position of the FH Tributary Board in a 1511 MAX Shelf Caution — Risk of damage by ESD when board is not connected. Insert the FH Tributary Board board in its slot till the backplane connectors are firmly seated and secure the board with the frontplate screws (torque 0.

This board contains devices that are susceptible to damage caused by ESD in unconnected circuit conditions. Insert the applique board in its slot till the backplane connectors are firmly seated and secure the board with the frontplate screws (torque 0. Change the switch settings for the E1 interfaces if required (see section “Switch Settings”). 54 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .6 Nm). Make sure to wear the antistatic wrist strap. Figure 7-17 shows an example. Figure 7-17 Position of the Appliques in a 1511 MAX Shelf Caution — Risk of damage by ESD when board is not connected. They can be placed in slot positions 1 to 8 or 12 to 19. Procedure 1 2 3 Remove the applique board from its box.7 — Installing Boards Procedure 7-5 Installing Appliques General Appliques are double-width boards which occupy 2 slot positions. Carefully follow ESD safety precautions.

Figure 7-18 Position of the HH Tributary Board in a 1511 MAX Shelf Caution — Risk of damage by ESD when board is not connected. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 55 / 124 . It can be placed in any of the half-height (HH) tributary slot positions of an ANE applique. Carefully follow ESD safety precautions. This board contains devices that are susceptible to damage caused by ESD in unconnected circuit conditions. Figure 7-18 shows an example.7 — Installing Boards Procedure 7-6 Installing Half-height Tributary Boards General The board must be placed in an applique. Insert the HH tributary board in the left slot till the backplane connectors are firmly seated and secure the board by locking the insertion tabs (see Figure 7-19). Procedure 1 2 Remove the HH tributary board from its box. Make sure to wear the antistatic wrist strap.

6 Nm) (see Figure 7-19) Only if redundancy must be provided. Note — If no redundancy must be provided.7 — Installing Boards Figure 7-19 Insertion Tabs and Frontplate Screws Unlocked Insertion tabs Locked Frontplate screws 3 4 Secure the board with the frontplate screws (torque 0. 56 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . the right slot must be covered with dummy plate 3AG 30518 AF. install a second HH tributary board in the right slot.

11 COND-A Board 8.2 Cabling Guidelines 8.13 MRD-A Board 8-59 8-65 8-67 8-69 8-71 8-74 8-78 8-81 8-83 8-85 8-87 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 57 / 124 .6 ANE1-A Board 8.10 COD-A Board 8.8 DAT-A Board 8.9 EM-A Board 8.8 — Rack Cabling 8.5 FXO-A Board 8.12 TPIF-A Board 8.1 Introduction 8-58 8-58 8.7 ANE1-B Board 8.3 CMXIO Boards 8.4 FXS-A Board 8.

Optical Cabling The following general guidelines apply when connecting the optical cables to the TPIF-A board and routing the optical cables in the rack: • A minimum bending diameter for fiber cables of 75 mm or 20 times the outer diameter of the fiber coating (whichever is greater) must be maintained. • Cables coming from boards 01 to 08 have to be routed to the left of the rack. a vertical stretch).2 Cabling Guidelines This section describes the cabling guidelines to be followed when installing the cabling for the different boards. The cable coil must be tied to a nearby support. In cases where the cable bears some stress (for example. supports and ties must be used to relieve the strain (preferably every 1 to 2 m). • Cables must be free of tension at both ends as well as over the lengths of the run.8 — Rack Cabling 8. at least at the base and the sides of the coil (tying only at the top of the coil may lead to unacceptable bending of the cable). 58 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . cables coming from boards 12 to 19 have to be routed to the right of the rack.1 Introduction This chapter describes the different cables which can be connected to the boards in the 1511 MAX shelf. 8. at least larger than the minimum specified. General The following general guidelines apply when connecting the cables to the boards and routing the cables in the rack: • The cables of a board must be installed and routed in such a manner that they do not prevent the extraction or insertion of adjacent boards. • Cables that require service loops or spare additional length must be coiled with the largest possible bending radius.

8 — Rack Cabling 8.3 CMXIO Boards This section describes the cables which can be used to connect the front interfaces on the CMXIO board in the 1511 MAX shelf. Interface Overview Two variants of the CMXIO board exist: • CMXIO-A (120 Ω) (3AG 27321 AAAA) • CMXIO-B (75 Ω) (3AG 27321 BAAA) Figure 8-1 shows the front panel of both CMXIO board variants. Figure 8-1 Front View of CMXIO Boards LMP LAN BITS BITS-O LMP LAN BITS BITS-O E1 E1 ALARM INPUT ALARM OUTPUT ALARM INPUT ALARM OUTPUT CMXIO-A CMXIO-B 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 59 / 124 .

8 — Rack Cabling Table 8-1 shows the different interfaces available on the frontpanel of the CMXIO boards.0/2. according to ITU-T Rec. G. 60 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .703 1 reference clock output 2048 kHz. Table 8-2 E1 RJ45 Connector Layout Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Line in Y Line in Z Line in Ground Line out Y Line out Z Line out Ground PE PE Table 8-3 lists the cables that can be used for the E1 interface on the CMXIO-A board. ITUT G. Table 8-1 Interface Overview Interface E1 LAN CMXIO-A 4 x RJ45 2 x RJ45 CMXIO-B 8 x 1. Rx/Tx pairs • • 1 management interface.3 mini-coax 1 x 1.0/2. ITUT G.3 mini-coax 4 x RJ45 4 x RJ45 1 x RJ45 2 x RJ45 2 x 1.0/2.3 mini-coax 2 x RJ45 Description 4 interfaces ITU-T G.703: Interface at 2048 kbit/s.3 mini-coax 4 x RJ45 4 x RJ45 1 x RJ45 2 x RJ45 2 reference clock inputs 2048 kHz.0/2.703.703 4 alarm inputs on separate connectors 4 dry contact outputs on separate connectors 1 SPI interface to connect a temp sensor To Top Rack Lamps or shelf above and to lower shelf (for daisy-chaining) E1 Interface E1 120 Ohm The CMXIO-A board is equipped with a stacked 2x2 RJ45 connector for 4 interfaces E1 120 Ω. Table 8-2 shows the layout of the front panel connector.3 mini-coax 1 x 1.0/2. Ethernet Rx/Tx pair the second port is for daisy chaining purposes BITS BITS-O ALARM DRYOUT TEMP LAMPS 2 x 1.

Table 8-4 Connector Layout for LAN Interface Pin 1 2 3 4 Signal TxData + TxData RecvData + Pin 5 6 7 8 RecvData PE PE Signal 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 61 / 124 . (2) Maximum number of cables to be used to fully cable the board.23 A.0/2. refer to Appendix A.6 female BNC connector.0/2. Cable code is 3AL 42872 xxAA.22 Number(2) 4 4 4 Notes (1) This appendix gives a view and the wiring list of the cable. The required cable is a cable with a 1.3 mini coax connectors for 4 interfaces E1 75 Ω. refer to Appendix A.22 for a view and the wiring list. The first interface (OUT) is to connect the shelf to a management station. to MDF/DDF(3) (open) Cable with 2 RJ45 connectors. (3) DDF: Digital Distribution Frame E1 75 Ohm The CMXIO-B board is equipped with 4 double 1. LAN Interface The CMXIO board is equipped with 2 RJ45 connectors for 2 Ethernet 10/100 Base-T interfaces.3 male coax connector and a 1. Cable The required cable is a cable with an RJ45 connector.5/5.21 A. RX-TX cross Cable with 2 RJ45 connectors. Connector layout Table 8-6 shows the layout of the front panel connector for LAN interface.8 — Rack Cabling Table 8-3 E1 Interface Cables for CMXIO-A Board Code 3AL 42857 xxAA 3AL 42747 xxAA 3AL 42793 xxAA Description Cable with 1 RJ45 connector. RX-TX one-to-one Appendix(1) A.24 for a view and the wiring list. The second interface (IN) is meant for daisy chaining towards another 1511 MAX. Cable code is 3AL 42793 xxAA.

0/2. the alarm input is connected (using 1 wire) to 1 pole of an external contact.3 connector and 1 female 1. The other pole of this external contact is connected to battery return.6/5.19 Number(2) 3 3 3 Notes (1) This appendix gives a view and the wiring list of the cable. the operator can use the fourth connector for ALM4 or to connect an SPI compatible temperature sensor. ALM2 and ALM3.20 A. • When used as a 2-wire interface. Each alarm input can individually be used as a 1-wire or 2-wire input: • When used as a 1-wire interface.0/2. Table 8-5 Cables forBITS and BITS-O Interfaces Code 3AL 42741 xxAA 3AL 42872 xxAA 3AL 42738 xxAA Description Coax cable with 1 male 1. (2) Maximum number of cables to be used to fully cable the board.0/2.3 connector and 1 male BNC connector Coax cable with 1 male 1.8 — Rack Cabling BITS and BITS-O Interfaces The CMXIO board provides: • 1 double 1.3 mini coax connector for system clock output (BITS-OUT). The connector for ALM4 also carries the signals for the temperature sensor. the alarm input becomes connected to battery return. The other pole of this external contact is connected to battery return.0/2. 62 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .3 mini coax connector for 2 external clock inputs (BITS-IN) • 1 1.3 connectors Appendix(1) A. the alarm input is connected (using 2 wires) to both poles of an external contact.24 A. Table 8-5 lists the cables that can be used for the ANE1-B board.6 connector Coax cable with 2 male 1. refer to Appendix A. Alarm Input Interface The CMXIO board has 4 alarm inputs. When the external contact is closed. As such. Connector layout Table 8-6 shows the layout of the front panel connector for ALM1. each of them terminating on a separate RJ45 connector.23 for a view and the wiring list. Cable The required cable is a cable with an RJ45 connector. Cable code is 3AL 42857 xxAA.0/2.

Each alarm (both contacts) is located on an individual RJ45 connector.8 — Rack Cabling Table 8-6 Alarm Input Connector Layout for ALM1. which also contains the signal for the temperature sensor. refer to Appendix A. Table 8-8 Alarm Output Connector Layout Pin 1 2 3 4 Signal ALM xa-NO ALM xa-C ALM xa-nC PE Pin 5 6 7 8 Signal PE ALM xb-NO ALM xb-C ALM xb-nC 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 63 / 124 . Cable The required cable is a cable with an RJ45 connector.23 for a view and the wiring list. Table 8-7 Alarm Input Connector Layout for ALM4 Pin 1 2 3 4 Signal ALM xa ALM xb PE PE Pin 5 6 7 8 Signal TEMPRCS RIPWR RIDO RICLK Alarm Output Interface The CMXIO board has 4 dry-contact alarm outputs (double 3-pole relay contact). Connector layout Table 8-8 shows the layout of the front panel connectors for the alarm output interfaces. ALM3 and ALM3 Pin 1 2 3 4 Signal ALM xa ALM xb PE PE Pin 5 6 7 8 Signal PE PE PE PE Table 8-7 shows the layout of the front panel connector for ALM4. Cable code is 3AL 42857 xxAA.

Two RJ45 connectors are equipped for daisy chaining. The individual lamp wires LAMP0 and LAMP1 can be connected to BAT1/BAT2 by closing the relay contacts on the CMXIO board. • For daisy-chaining: the required cable is a cable with 2 RJ45 connectors.8 — Rack Cabling LAMPS Interface Lamps on the rack are switched on and off via a relay contact. refer to Appendix A. The first interface (OUT) is to connect the shelf to another shelf or the rack lamps (for the upper shelf in a rack). Table 8-9 Alarm Input Connector Layout for LAMPS Interface Pin 1 2 3 4 Signal LAMP 0 LAMP 1 PE PE Pin 5 6 7 8 Signal PE PE PE LAMPRET 64 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .22 for a view and the wiring list. refer to Appendix A. Cable code is 3AL 42793 xxAA. Cable code is 3AL 42857 xxAA. Cable • For connection to the rack lamps: the required cable is a open-ended cable with an RJ45 connector. On the CMXIO board.23 for a view and the wiring list. Connector layout Table 8-9 shows the layout of the front panel connectors for both lamp interfaces. the common LAMPRET wire is connected to BATRET. The second interface (IN) is meant for daisy chaining from another 1511 MAX shelf.

8 — Rack Cabling 8. Cable code is 3AL 43592 xxAA.4 FXS-A Board This section describes the cables which can be connected to the FXS-A board in the 1511 MAX shelf. Figure 8-2 Front View of FXS-A Board Cable The required cable is a cable with 5 wire-pairs to connect the board to the MDF. Interface Overview The FXS-A board provides 15 2-wire analog voice interfaces. 3 cables are required to fully cable an FXS-A board. refer to Appendix A. Figure 8-2 shows the front view of the FXS-A board.28 for a view and the wiring list. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 65 / 124 .

22 and 33 can be used to insert a connector locking tab. Table 8-10 FXS-A: Connector Layout Connector Position 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Interface Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Bottom cable Middle cable Cable Cable color pair Signal A Top cable White/blue White/orange White/green White/brown White/grey White/blue White/orange White/green White/brown White/grey White/blue White/orange White/green White/brown White/grey Tip 1 PE Tip 2 PE Tip 3 PE Tip 4 PE Tip 5 PE Tip 6 PE Tip 7 PE Tip 8 PE Tip 9 PE Tip 10 PE Tip 11 PE Tip 12 PE Tip 13 PE Tip 14 PE Tip 15 PE B Ring 1 PE Ring 2 PE Ring 3 PE Ring 4 PE Ring 5 PE Ring 6 PE Ring 7 PE Ring 8 PE Ring 9 PE Ring 10 PE Ring 11 PE Ring 12 PE Ring 13 PE Ring 14 PE Ring 15 PE - Positions 0. 11. 66 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .8 — Rack Cabling Connector Layout Table 8-10 shows the layout of the front panel connector.

2 cables are required to fully cable an FXO-A board.28 for a view and the wiring list. Figure 8-3 Front View of FXO-A Board Cable The required cable is a cable with 5 wire-pairs to connect the board to the MDF. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 67 / 124 .5 FXO-A Board This section describes the cables which can be connected to the FXO-A board in the 1511 MAX shelf.8 — Rack Cabling 8. Interface Overview The FXO-A provides 10 2-wire analog voice interfaces. Cable code is 3AL 43592 xxAA. refer to Appendix A. Figure 8-3 shows the front view of the board.

11. Table 8-11 FXO-A: Connector Layout Connector Position 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Interface Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Bottom cable Middle cable Cable Cable color pair Signal A Top cable White/blue White/orange White/green White/brown White/grey White/blue White/orange White/green White/brown White/grey White/blue White/orange White/green White/brown White/grey Tip 1 PE Tip 2 PE Tip 3 PE Tip 4 PE Tip 5 PE Tip 6 PE Tip 7 PE Tip 8 PE Tip 9 PE Tip 10 PE Tip 11 PE Tip 12 PE Tip 13 PE Tip 14 PE Tip 15 PE B Ring 1 PE Ring 2 PE Ring 3 PE Ring 4 PE Ring 5 PE Ring 6 PE Ring 7 PE Ring 8 PE Ring 9 PE Ring 10 PE Ring 11 PE Ring 12 PE Ring 13 PE Ring 14 PE Ring 15 PE - Positions 0. 22 and 33 can be used to insert a connector locking tab.8 — Rack Cabling Connector Layout Table 8-11 shows the layout of the front panel connector. 68 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

8 — Rack Cabling 8.6 ANE1-A Board This section describes the cables which can be connected to the ANE1-A board in the 1511 MAX shelf. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 69 / 124 . with a 120 Ω balanced impedance. Interface Overview The board is equipped with 16 RJ45 connectors for 16 E1 interfaces at 2048 kbit/s. Figure 8-4 Front View of ANE1-A Board Cable Table 8-12 lists the cables that can be used for the ANE1-A board. Figure 8-4 shows the front view of the board.

Figure 8-5 ANE1-A Board Fully Cabled 70 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . (2) Maximum number of cables to be used to fully cable the board.8 — Rack Cabling Table 8-12 Cables for ANE1-A Board Code 3AL 42747 xxAA 3AL 42793 xxAA 3AL 42857 xxAA Description Cable with 2 RJ45 connectors. RX-TX one-to-one Cable with 1 RJ45 connector. RX-TX cross Cable with 2 RJ45 connectors. to MDF/DDF (open) Appendix(1) A. Connector Layout Table 8-13 shows the layout of an E1 RJ45 connector.22 A.21 A.23 Number(2) 16 16 16 Notes (1) This appendix gives a view and the wiring list of the cable. Table 8-13 E1 RJ45 Connector Layout Pin 1 2 3 4 Signal Line in Y Line in Z Line in Ground Line out Y Pin 5 6 7 8 Signal Line out Z Line out Ground Protective Earth (PE) PE Example Figure 8-5 shows a fully cabled ANE1-A board.

Interface Overview The ANE1-B board is equipped with 11 double 1. Figure 8-6 Front View of ANE1-B Board 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 71 / 124 .0/2.7 ANE1-B Board This section describes the cables which can be connected to the ANE1-B board in the 1511 MAX shelf.3 mini-coax connectors for interfaces 12 .8 — Rack Cabling 8. Figure 8-6 shows the front view of the board.16.0/2.11 and with 10 single 1.3 mini-coax connectors for interfaces 1 .

3 connector and 1 male BNC connector Coax cable with 1 male 1.20 A.6 connector Coax cable with 2 male 1.6/5.8 — Rack Cabling Cable Table 8-14 lists the cables that can be used for the ANE1-B board.3 connector and 1 female 1.3 connectors Appendix(1) A. Table 8-14 Cables for ANE1-B Board Code 3AL 42741 xxAA 3AL 42872 xxAA 3AL 42738 xxAA Description Coax cable with 1 male 1. Example Figure 8-7 shows a fully cabled ANE1-B board.0/2.0/2. Figure 8-7 ANE1-B Board Fully Cabled 72 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .19 Number(2) 16 16 16 Notes (1) This appendix gives a view and the wiring list of the cable. (2) Maximum number of cables to be used to fully cable the board.0/2.24 A.

8 — Rack Cabling Extraction Tool for Coax Cables A kit with an extraction tool (code 3AL 79497 AAAA) is available (see Figure 8-8). Note — Tool 2 is not used in the 1511 MAX Figure 8-8 Extraction Tool Kit 2 3 1 Figure 8-9 Use of Extraction Tool 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 73 / 124 . The extractor (3) can be used to remove coaxial cables from the board (see Figure 8-9). so it can be placed on a free surface in the rack. The support (1) has an adhesive side.

8 DAT-A Board This section describes the cables which can be connected to the DAT-A board in the 1511 MAX shelf.8 — Rack Cabling 8. Figure 8-10 Front View of DAT-A Board 74 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . Figure 8-10 shows the front view of the board. Interface Overview The DAT-A board provides 4 serial data interfaces.

14 A.8 A.18 Number(2) 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Data cable .V.DCE .21 .2 A. (3) DCE: Data Communications Equipment (4) DCEi: Data Communications Equipment intermediate (5) DTE: Data Terminal Equipment 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 75 / 124 .V.DCE .V.9 A.28 .11 A.panel Data cable .X.V.DCE(3) Data cable .DCE .RS485 .36 .V.28 .35 .35 .full duplex Data cable .full duplex .RS485 .V.DCEi (4) Appendix(1) A.16 A.panel Data cable .V.10 A.35 .36 .panel Data cable .28 .15 A.DTE Data cable .panel Data cable .panel (5) Notes (1) This appendix gives a view and the wiring list of the cable.DCE .8 — Rack Cabling Cable Table 8-15 lists the cables that can be used for the DAT-A board.RS485 .36 .DCE Data cable .DCEi Data cable .17 A.7 A.V.35 .13 A.21 .12 A. Table 8-15 Cables for DAT-A Board Code 3AG 27375 xxAA 3AG 27376 xxAA 3AG 27377 xxAA 3AG 27378 xxAA 3AG 27380 xxAA 3AG 27381 xxAA 3AG 27382 xxAA 3AG 27383 xxAA 3AG 27384 xxAA 3AG 27385 xxAA 3AG 27386 xxAA 3AG 27387 xxAA 3AG 27394 xxAA 3AG 27404 xxAA 3AG 27405 xxAA 3AG 27406 xxAA 3AG 27407 xxAA Description Data cable .V.DTE Data cable . (2) Maximum number of cables to be used to fully cable the board.V.3 A.X.DTE Data cable .DCE Data cable .5 A.6 A.DCE Data cable .DCEi Data cable .4 A.28 .half duplex Data cable .V.36 .V.

Table 8-16 DAT-A Connector Layout Signal Name From EIA 530 Pin 1 DTE 2 14 Receive data DCE 3 16 Request to send DTE 4 19 Clear to send DCE 5 13 DCE ready DCE 6 22 DTE ready DTE 20 23 Signal ground Receive common DCD DCE 7 (7) 8 10 Transmit data clock DCE DCE 15 12 Receive data clock DCE DCE 17 9 Local loopback Remote loopback Ring indicator Transmit data clock DTE DTE DTE DCE DTE 18 21 24 1 Test mode Send common DCE 25 (7) 8 10 15 12 17 9 18 21 22 24 1 25 142 25 141 140 125 113 18 21 22 24 115 17 114 15 114A 114B 115A 115B 141 140 125 113A 113B 142 Y AA V X L N J U W NN 113A 113B 142 102a 17 35 18 37 109 8 109 F 7/23 102 7 102 B 20 108 20 108 H EIA 530A Pin 1 2 14 3 16 4 19 5 13 6 107 6 107 E 106 5 106 D 105 4 104 3 103 V. 76 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .35 Pin A P S 3R T C 103A 103B 104A 104B 105A 105B 106A 106B 107A 107B 108A 108B 102 102b 109A 109B 114A 114B 115A 115B 141 140 V.8 — Rack Cabling Connector Layout Table 8-16 shows the layout of a front panel connector.36 Pin 1 4 22 6 24 7 25 9 27 11 29 12 30 19 20 13 31 5 23 8 26 10 14 Shield Transmit data Example Figure 8-11 shows a fully cabled DAT-A board.35 Cct V.36 Cct V.24 Cct V.24 Pin 1 2 103A 103B 104A 104B 105 V. The layout is identical for all four connectors on the frontpanel.

8 — Rack Cabling Figure 8-11 DAT-A Board Fully Cabled 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 77 / 124 .

9 EM-A Board This section describes the cables which can be connected to the EM-A board in the 1511 MAX shelf. 1 connector (10x2) 2/4-wire Voice to MDF.8 — Rack Cabling 8.29 A.27 Number(2) 3 3 1 Notes (1) This appendix gives a view and the wiring list of the cable. Figure 8-12 Front View of EM-A Board Cables Table 8-17 lists the cables that can be used for the EM-A board. 78 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . 1 connector (10x2) 2/4-wire Voice to MDF. 3 connectors (10x2) Appendix(1) A. Table 8-17 Cables for EM-A Board Code 3AL 43592 xxAA 3AL 43594 xxAA 3AL 43583 xxAA Description E&M wires to MDF.28 A. Figure 8-12 shows the front view of the board. (2) Maximum number of cables to be used to fully cable the board. Interface Overview The EM-A board provides 15 2-wire or 4-wire analog interfaces with E&M channeling.

8 — Rack Cabling Connector Layout Table 8-18 shows the layout of the E&M front panel connector. Table 8-18 EM-A Board: E&M Front Panel Connector Layout Interface Number 1 Connector Position 1 2 2 3 4 3 5 6 4 7 8 5 9 10 6 11 12 13 7 14 15 8 16 17 9 18 19 10 20 21 11 22 23 24 12 25 26 13 27 28 14 29 30 15 31 32 Signal A E1 PE E2 PE E3 PE E4 PE E5 PE E6 PE E7 PE E8 PE E9 PE E 10 PE E 11 PE E 12 PE E 13 PE E 14 PE E 15 PE B M1 PE M2 PE M3 PE M4 PE M5 PE M6 PE M7 PE M8 PE M9 PE M 10 PE M 11 PE M 12 PE M 13 PE M 14 PE M 15 PE Bottom cable or P3 Middle cable or P2 Top cable or P1 Cable 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 79 / 124 .

Table 8-19 EM-A Board: Voice Front Panel Connector Layout Interface Number 1 Connector Position 1 2 2 3 4 3 5 6 4 7 8 5 9 10 6 11 12 13 7 14 15 8 16 17 9 18 19 10 20 21 11 22 23 24 12 25 26 13 27 28 14 29 30 15 31 32 Signal A TT 1 RT 1 TT 2 RT 2 TT 3 RT 3 TT 4 RT 4 TT 5 RT 5 TT 6 RT 6 TT 7 RT 7 TT 8 RT 8 TT 9 RT 9 TT 10 RT 10 TT 11 RT 11 TT 12 RT 12 TT 13 RT 13 TT 14 RT 14 TT 15 RT 15 B TR 1 RR 1 TR 2 RR 2 TR 3 RR 3 TR 4 RR 4 TR 5 RR 5 TR 6 RR 6 TR 7 RR 7 TR 8 RR 8 TR 9 RR 9 TR 10 RR 10 TR 11 RR 11 TR 12 RR 12 TR 13 RR 13 TR 14 RR 14 TR 15 RR 15 Bottom cable or P3 Middle cable or P2 Top cable or P1 Cable 80 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .8 — Rack Cabling Table 8-19 shows the layout of the voice front panel connector.

Interface Overview Figure 8-13 shows the front view of the board.26 for a view and the wiring list. 5 cables are required to fully cable an COD-A board. refer to Appendix A.10 COD-A Board This section describes the cables which can be connected to the COD-A board in the 1511 MAX shelf. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 81 / 124 . Cable code is 3AL 43581 xxAA.8 — Rack Cabling 8. Figure 8-13 Front View of COD-A Board Cable The required cable is a cable with 2 2-wire pairs to connect the board to the MDF.

8 — Rack Cabling Connector Layout Table 8-20 shows the layout of the front panel connector. Table 8-20 COD-A Connector Layout Interface Number 1 Connector Position 1 2 3 2 4 5 6 3 7 8 9 4 10 11 12 5 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Signal A DiA_1 DoA_1 SCREEN_1 DiA_2 DoA_2 SCREEN_2 DiA_3 DoA_3 SCREEN_3 DiA_4 DoA_4 SCREEN_4 DiA_5 DoA_5 SCREEN_5 PE PE PE B DiB_1 DoB_1 PE DiB_2 DoB_2 PE DiB_3 DoB_3 PE DiB_4 DoB_4 PE DiB_5 DoB_5 PE PE PE PE TBA Cable 82 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 83 / 124 .25 for a view and the wiring list. 5 cables are required to fully cable an COND-A board.8 — Rack Cabling 8. Cable code is 3AL 43526 xxAA.11 COND-A Board This section describes the connection of cables to the COND-A board in the 1511 MAX shelf. Figure 8-14 Front View of COND-A Board Cable The required cable is a cable with 4 wire-pairs to connect the board to the MDF. Interface Overview Figure 8-14 shows the front view of the board. refer to Appendix A.

8 — Rack Cabling Connector Layout Table 8-21 shows the layout of the front panel connector. Table 8-21 COND-A Connector Layout Interface Number 1 Connector Position 1 2 3 4 5 2 6 7 8 9 10 11 3 12 13 14 15 16 17 4 18 19 20 21 22 23 5 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Signal A DiA_1 CoiA_1 DoA_1 CoA_1 SCREEN_1 PE DiA_2 CoiA_2 DoA_2 CoA_2 SCREEN_2 PE DiA_3 CoiA_3 DoA_3 CoA_3 SCREEN_3 PE DiA_4 CoiA_4 DoA_4 CoA_4 SCREEN_4 PE DiA_5 CoiA_5 DoA_5 CoA_5 SCREEN_5 PE PE PE B DiB_1 CoiB_1 DoB_1 CoB_1 PE PE DiB_2 CoiB_2 DoB_2 CoB_2 PE PE DiB_3 CoiB_3 DoB_3 CoB_3 PE PE DiB_4 CoiB_4 DoB_4 CoB_4 PE PE DiB_5 CoiB_5 DoB_5 CoB_5 PE PE PE PE TBA Cable 84 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

12 TPIF-A Board This section describes the connection of cables to the TPIF-A board in the 1511 MAX shelf. Figure 8-15 shows the front view of the board.8 — Rack Cabling 8. Interface Overview The TPIF-A board provides 4 optical data interfaces. Figure 8-15 Front View of TPIF-A Board 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 85 / 124 .

Figure 8-16 TPIF-A Board Fully Cabled 86 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .8 — Rack Cabling Cable Each optical transmitter and receiver is integrated in a female BFOC/2.5 connector. other TX) are required to fully cable an TPIF-A board. The required cable is cable 1AB 37334 0001. 4 cable pairs (one RX. Example Figure 8-16 shows a fully cabled TPIF-A board.

1 cable is required to fully cable an MRD-A board.13 MRD-A Board This section describes the connection of cables to the MRD-A board in the 1511 MAX shelf. Interface Overview Figure 8-17 shows the front view of the board. Cable code is 3AL 43592 xxAA.8 — Rack Cabling 8.28 for a view and the wiring list. refer to Appendix A. Figure 8-17 Front View of MRD-A Board Cable The required cable is a cable with 5 wire-pairs to connect the board to the MDF. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 87 / 124 .

Table 8-22 MRD-A Connector Layout Interface Number 1 Connector Position 1 2 2 3 4 3 5 6 4 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Signal A T1 PE T2 PE A3MDF PE A4MDF PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE B R1 PE B2MDF PE B3MDF PE B4MDF PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE PE Cable Cable 88 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .8 — Rack Cabling Connector Layout Table 8-22 shows the layout of the front panel connector.

3 Removing/installing Doors 9-91 9.4 Door Reversal for Left-hand Opening 9-92 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 89 / 124 .1 Introduction 9-90 9-90 9.2 Removing/installing Side Plates 9.9 — Installing Side Plates and Door 9.

1 Introduction This chapter provides the procedures: • to remove or install the side plates • to remove or install the doors • change the direction in which the door opens (i. Figure 9-1 Rack Side Plates 90 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . refer to Figure 9-1.e. 9.9 — Installing Side Plates and Door 9. change from right-hand opening (default) to left-hand opening).2 Removing/installing Side Plates The side plates on the rack can be removed (for maintenance or repair purposes). Each side plate is held in place by 6 M6x9 TORX screws.

follows the steps above in reverse order.9 — Installing Side Plates and Door 9. Figure 9-2 Removing Doors 1 2 1 2 Remove the door. Procedure 9-1 Removing/installing Doors The doors can be removed as follows: 1 Open the locking pins on the hinges as shown in Figure 9-2. Note — To install the door.3 Removing/installing Doors The rack is equipped with two doors: • a transparent front door • a steel back door The procedure below is applicable for both doors. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 91 / 124 .

9 — Installing Side Plates and Door 9. see Procedure 9-1. Remove the hinges from the right vertical rail rail and the clips from the left vertical rail.4 Door Reversal for Left-hand Opening The door can be rotated so that it changes from a right-hand opening door (default) to a left-hand opening door. 92 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . Figure 9-3 Remove Hinges and Clips Note — Take note of the mounting positions of the hinges and the clips. see Figure 9-3. Procedure 9-2 Rotate the Door 1 2 Remove the door.

3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released L R A R 93 / 124 . detail A. Figure 9-4 Mount Hinges and Clips L A 4 5 Rotate the door 180° (see Figure 9-4) and mount the door as in Procedure 9-1. the marking “L” must be the right way up For the clips.9 — Installing Side Plates and Door 3 Mount the hinges and clips as shown in Figure 9-4 i ii For the hinges. the marking “R” must be the right way up. Reposition the tag correctly in the lock as shown in Figure 9-4.

9 — Installing Side Plates and Door 94 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

11 Cable 3AG 27385 xxAA App A.App A.15 Cable 3AG 27404 xxAA App A.9 Cable 3AG 27383 xxAA App A.5 Cable 3AG 27378 xxAA App A.2 Cable 3AG 27375 xxAA App A.16 Cable 3AG 27405 xxAA App A. Cable Specifications App A.4 Cable 3AG 27377 xxAA App A.12 Cable 3AG 27386 xxAA App A.6 Cable 3AG 27380 xxAA App A.13 Cable 3AG 27387 xxAA App A.3 Cable 3AG 27376 xxAA App A.8 Cable 3AG 27382 xxAA App A.14 Cable 3AG 27394 xxAA App A.1 Introduction A-97 A-99 A-100 A-101 A-102 A-103 A-104 A-105 A-106 A-107 A-108 A-109 A-109 A-110 A-111 A-112 A-113 App A.7 Cable 3AG 27381 xxAA App A.17 Cable 3AG 27406 xxAA 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 95 / 124 .10 Cable 3AG 27384 xxAA App A.

18 Cable 3AG 27407 xxAA App A.19 Cable 3AL 42738 xxAA App A.27 Cable 3AL 43583 xxAA App A.21 Cable 3AL 42747 xxAA App A.20 Cable 3AL 42741 xxAA App A.22 Cable 3AL 42793 xxAA App A. Cable Specifications App A.28 Cable 3AL 43592 xxAA App A.29 Cable 3AL 43594 xxAA A-114 A-115 A-115 A-115 A-116 A-116 A-116 A-117 A-117 A-118 A-119 A-119 96 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .App A.25 Cable 3AL 43526 xxAA App A.23 Cable 3AL 42857 xxAA App A.24 Cable 3AL 42872 xxAA App A.26 Cable 3AL 43581 xxAA App A.

Figure A-1 gives an overview of the different possible combinations. The length is determined by the first two letters in the cable code. For example.) Cable Colors The following designations are used for the cable colors: Table App A-1 Cable Color Designations Designation BK BL BN GN GY OR RD RD-BL WH WH-BL YE Color black blue brown green grey orange red red-blue white white-blue yellow Cable Length General Cables can be provided in different lengths. 3AL 42857 ELAA is the code for a cable type 3AL 42857 with a length of 5 m.then the cable code is mentioned as for “xx” defines the cable length.1 Introduction This appendix provides the view and the wiring lists for the different cables that can be connected to the boards installed in the 1511 MAX subrack (see chapter “Rack Cabling”.App A. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 97 / 124 . Cable Specifications App A.

50 L 80.00 610.50 24.25 2.00 14.15 2.60 2.00 17.00 18.00 36. Cable Specifications Figure App A-1 Cable Length Denomination Combinations Second letter A B C D E F G H I K L M N P R S T V W Y A 0.00 175.50 68.00 0.00 30.00 540.00 170.85 1.40 1.00 490.30 4.10 2.00 640.35 0.15 1.00 69.00 16.50 62.00 430.00 320.80 0.75 3.40 7.00 5.45 3.00 130.00 230.50 26.00 84.00 150.00 330.00 560.00 450.00 28.00 900.70 4.40 0.00 92.00 20.00 290.50 22.60 8.50 77.35 1.95 B 1.00 590.45 1.75 1.95 D 3.00 102.00 110.00 13.50 71.05 1.00 940.00 125.00 160.80 1.00 880.25 1.20 6. 98 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .00 280.00 116.00 8.00 60.00 72.90 1.20 8.00 27.90 0.50 37.05 2.00 820.00 350.50 59.00 17.75 0.65 1.40 9.50 49.30 1.10 1.20 5.50 3.40 2.35 2.00 K 50.00 114.00 980.20 1.00 13.50 53.00 145.00 135.55 3.90 2.00 740.60 1. please contact Alcatel-Lucent.00 4.00 54.00 6.00 22.50 41.00 106.50 45.00 118.00 380.80 5.25 3.00 7.00 75.50 5.00 18.50 39.00 Standard Lengths The following standard cable lengths can be provided: • DA: cable with length 3 m • EL: cable with length 5 m • GL cable with length 15 m Note — For other cable lengths.90 5.00 94.20 3.10 0.00 580.00 29.80 4.00 185.00 25.00 240.00 P 420.85 2.10 5.00 32.00 98.00 44.80 9.50 65.00 11.55 0.00 190.00 24.85 0.00 9.50 43.00 390.00 15.20 2.00 440.50 23.00 46.45 0.95 E 4.00 96.05 0.50 28.30 3.00 12.50 21.00 510.35 3.00 470.00 960.00 680.80 8.80 7.00 38.50 4.20 7.00 780.00 63.00 42.60 7.20 0.20 4.00 860.00 14.00 165.00 760.00 480.00 57.00 720.15 0.00 600.00 34.00 340.50 35.00 88.50 0.40 5.00 460.00 215.50 29.00 82.00 550.20 9.30 0.70 0.00 370.00 66.50 74.00 112.00 90.00 21.65 3.50 56.00 104.70 3.00 660.70 1.90 3.00 250.60 6.00 195.00 3.90 F 6.40 8.00 86.00 530.00 48.00 12.60 0.55 1.55 2.00 100.00 1000.00 360.00 19.00 2.00 200.00 410.00 78.50 47.00 51.50 2.80 3.00 40.00 520.00 140.70 5.00 108.50 27.00 700.00 26.00 310.00 300.60 3.50 33.65 0.00 400.00 920.10 3.95 C 2.60 5.00 570.40 6.00 19.00 R 620.30 5.00 10.00 840.80 2.00 205.00 N 220.00 180.65 2.50 31.00 11.40 4.60 4.00 15.30 2.00 1.05 3.00 M 120.00 800.75 2.50 1.00 16.25 0.00 23.00 210.50 25.40 3.00 270.50 20.85 3.00 260.70 2.10 4.00 155.60 9.80 First letter J H G 10.45 2.15 3.00 500.App A.

35 (DCE) Male connector Female connector Signal 13 25 Conn. A 02 14 15 12 03 16 17 09 08 *NC 21 25 18 07 04 *NC 05 *NC 06 *NC 20 *NC 24 11 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn.App A. B P S Y AA R T V X F *NC N NN L B C *NC D *NC E *NC H *NC U W *NC *NC A HOUSING 1 14 Front view 103A 103B 114A 114B 104A 104B 115A 115B 109 140 142 141 102 105 106 107 108 113A 113B 101 Front view *NC: Not connected 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 99 / 124 . Cable Specifications App A. Figure App A-2 Cable 3AG 27375 xxAA: view L 3AG 27375 xxAA V.2 Cable 3AG 27375 xxAA Figure A-2 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27375 xxAA.

36 (DCE) Male connector Female connector Signal 13 25 Conn. B 04 22 05 23 06 24 08 26 13 31 14 18 10 19/20/37 07 25 09 27 11 29 12 30 17 35 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 1 14 Front view 103A 103B 114A 114B 104A 104B 115A 115B 109A 109B 140 142 141 102 105A 105B 106A 106B 107A 107B 108A 108B 113A 113B 101 1 20 19 37 Front view *NC: Not connected 100 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . Cable Specifications App A. Figure App A-3 Cable 3AG 27376 xxAA: view L 3AG 27376 xxAA V. A 02 14 15 12 03 16 17 09 08 10 21 25 18 07 04 19 05 13 06 22 20 23 24 11 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn.3 Cable 3AG 27376 xxAA Figure A-3 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27376 xxAA.App A.

App A. Cable Specifications App A. B 02 09 *NC *NC 04 11 06 13 05 12 *NC 08 *NC *NC 03 10 *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC 07 14 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 1 14 Front view TA TB RA RB SA SB IA IB GND CA CB XA/BA XB/BB SCREEN 1 9 8 15 Front view *NC: Not connected 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 101 / 124 .21 (DCE) Male connector Female connector Signal 13 25 Conn.4 Cable 3AG 27377 xxAA Figure A-4 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27377 xxAA. Figure App A-4 Cable 3AG 27377 xxAA: view L 3AG 27377 xxAA X. A 02 14 *NC *NC 03 16 17 09 05 13 *NC 07 *NC *NC 04 19 *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC 15 12 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn.

28 (DCE) Male connector Female connector Signal 13 25 Conn. Figure App A-5 Cable 3AG 27378 xxAA: view L 3AG 27378 xxAA V. Cable Specifications App A.App A.5 Cable 3AG 27378 xxAA Figure A-5 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27378 xxAA. A 02 *NC 15 *NC 03 *NC 17 *NC 08 *NC 21 25 18 07 04 *NC 05 *NC 06 *NC 20 *NC 24 *NC *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn. B 02 *NC 15 *NC 03 *NC 17 *NC 08 *NC 21 25 18 07 04 *NC 05 *NC 06 *NC 20 *NC 24 *NC *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 1 14 Front view 103 114 104 115 109 140 142 141 102 105 106 107 108 113 101 1 14 13 25 Front view *NC: Not connected 102 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

28 (DCEi) Male connector Female connector Signal 13 25 Conn.App A.6 Cable 3AG 27380 xxAA Figure A-6 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27380 xxAA. Figure App A-6 Cable 3AG 27380 xxAA: view L 3AG 27380 xxAA V. B 02 *NC *NC *NC 03 *NC 17 *NC 08 *NC 21 25 *NC 07 04 *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC 20 *NC 24 *NC *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 1 14 Front view 103 104 115 109 140 142 102 105 108 113 101 13 25 1 14 Front view *NC: Not connected 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 103 / 124 . A 02 *NC *NC *NC 03 *NC 17 *NC 08 *NC 21 25 *NC 07 04 *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC 20 *NC 24 *NC *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn. Cable Specifications App A.

7 Cable 3AG 27381 xxAA Figure A-7 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27381 xxAA. Figure App A-7 Cable 3AG 27381 xxAA: view L 3AG 27381 xxAA V. B 06 24 04 22 31 24 *NC *NC 12 30 07 25 17 35 08 26 *NC *NC *NC *NC 18 14 *NC 19/20/37 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 1 14 Front view 103A 103B 104A 104B 105A 105B 107A 107B 109A 109B 115A 115B 113A 113B 140/142 140/142 GND SCREEN 19 37 1 20 Front view *NC: Not connected 104 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .App A. A 02 14 03 16 04 19 *NC *NC 06 22 08 10 17 09 24 11 *NC *NC *NC *NC 21 25 *NC 07 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn. Cable Specifications App A.36 (DCEi) Male connector Male connector Signal 13 25 Conn.

A 02 14 *NC *NC 03 16 17 09 08 *NC 21 25 *NC 07 04 *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC 20 *NC 24 11 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn. B P S *NC *NC R T V X F *NC N NN *NC B C *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC H *NC U W *NC *NC A HOUSING 1 14 Front view 103A 103B 104A 104B 115A 115B 109 140 142 102 105 108 113A 113B 101 Front view *NC: Not connected 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 105 / 124 . Cable Specifications App A. Figure App A-8 Cable 3AG 27382 xxAA: view L 3AG 27382 xxAA V.8 Cable 3AG 27382 xxAA Figure A-8 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27382 xxAA.35 (DCEi) Male connector Male connector Signal 13 25 Conn.App A.

A 03 *NC *NC *NC 02 *NC 24 *NC 08 *NC 25 21 18 07 05 *NC *NC *NC 20 *NC 06 *NC 17 *NC *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn. Cable Specifications App A. B 02 *NC *NC *NC 03 *NC 17 *NC 08 *NC 21 25 18 07 04 *NC *NC *NC 06 *NC 20 *NC 24 *NC *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 1 14 Front view 103 104 115 109 140 142 141 102 105 107 108 113 101 13 25 1 14 Front view *NC: Not connected 106 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .28 (DTE) Male connector Male connector Signal 13 25 Conn. Figure App A-9 Cable 3AG 27383 xxAA: view L 3AG 27383 xxAA V.9 Cable 3AG 27383 xxAA Figure A-9 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27383 xxAA.App A.

A 03 16 *NC *NC 02 14 24 11 08 *NC 25 21 18 07 05 *NC *NC *NC 20 *NC 06 *NC 17 09 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn. Figure App A-10 Cable 3AG 27384 xxAA: view L 3AG 27384 xxAA V. B P S *NC *NC R T V X F *NC N NN L B C *NC *NC *NC E *NC H *NC U W *NC *NC A HOUSING 1 14 Front view 103A 103B 104A 104B 115A 115B 109 140 142 141 102 105 107 108 113A 113B 101 Front view *NC: Not connected 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 107 / 124 . Cable Specifications App A.35 (DTE) Male connector Male connector Signal 13 25 Conn.App A.10 Cable 3AG 27384 xxAA Figure A-10 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27384 xxAA.

A 03 16 *NC *NC 02 14 24 11 08 10 25 21 18 07 05 13 *NC *NC 20 23 06 22 17 09 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn.11 Cable 3AG 27385 xxAA Figure A-11 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27385 xxAA. Cable Specifications App A.App A. B 04 22 *NC *NC 06 24 08 26 13 31 14 18 10 19/20/37 07 25 *NC *NC 11 29 12 30 17 35 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 1 14 Front view 103A 103B 104A 104B 115A 115B 109A 109B 140 142 141 102 105A 105B 107A 107B 108A 108B 113A 113B 101 19 37 1 20 Front view *NC: Not connected 108 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .36 (DTE) Male connector Male connector Signal 13 25 Conn. Figure App A-11 Cable 3AG 27385 xxAA: view L 3AG 27385 xxAA V.

Cable Specifications App A. Figure App A-12 Cable 3AG 27386 xxAA: view L 3AG 27386 xxAA RS485 (HD) Male connector Female connector Signal 13 25 Conn. A 03 16 *NC *NC *NC 07 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH BL WH OR WH GN WH BN Conn. B 08 04 09 05 *NC 01 *NC *NC HOUSING 1 14 Front view RA RB TA TB GND SCREEN 1 5 6 9 Front view *NC: Not connected 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 109 / 124 . A 02 14 03 16 *NC 07 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH BL WH OR WH GN WH BN Conn.App A. B 09 05 *NC *NC *NC 01 *NC *NC HOUSING 1 14 Front view TRA TRB GND SCREEN 1 5 6 9 Front view *NC: Not connected App A.12 Cable 3AG 27386 xxAA Figure A-12 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27386 xxAA. Figure App A-13 Cable 3AG 27387 xxAA: view L 3AG 27387 xxAA RS485 (FD) Male connector Female connector Signal 13 25 Conn.13 Cable 3AG 27387 xxAA Figure A-13 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27387 xxAA.

B 08 04 09 05 *NC 01 *NC *NC HOUSING 1 14 Front view RA RB TA TB GND SCREEN 1 5 6 9 Front view *NC: Not connected 110 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . Cable Specifications App A. A 02 14 03 16 *NC 07 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Cable diagram WH BL WH OR WH GN WH BN Conn.14 Cable 3AG 27394 xxAA Figure A-14 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27394 xxAA.App A. Figure App A-14 Cable 3AG 27394 xxAA: view L 3AG 27394 xxAA RS485 (FD) Male connector Female connector Signal 13 25 Conn.

Figure App A-15 Cable 3AG 27404 xxAA: view L 3AG 27404 xxAA V. B 02 *NC 15 *NC 03 *NC 17 *NC 08 *NC 21 25 18 07 04 *NC 05 *NC 06 *NC 20 *NC 24 *NC *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 1 14 1 14 Front view 103 114 104 115 109 148 142 141 102 105 106 107 108 113 101 02 *NC 15 *NC 03 *NC 17 *NC 08 *NC 21 25 18 07 04 *NC 05 *NC 06 *NC 20 *NC 24 *NC *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 13 25 Front view *NC: Not connected 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 111 / 124 .15 Cable 3AG 27404 xxAA Figure A-15 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27404 xxAA. A 13 25 Female connector Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn.App A.28 (DCE) Male connector Signal Conn. Cable Specifications App A.

Figure App A-16 Cable 3AG 27405 xxAA: view L 3AG 27405 xxAA V. A 13 25 Female connector Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn.35 (DCE) Male connector Signal Conn.16 Cable 3AG 27405 xxAA Figure A-16 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27405 xxAA.App A. Cable Specifications App A. B P S Y AA R T V X F *NC N NN L B C *NC D *NC E *NC H *NC U W *NC *NC A HOUSING 1 14 Front view 103A 103B 114A 114B 104A 104B 115A 115B 109 140 142 141 102 105 106 107 108 113A 113B 101 02 14 15 12 03 16 17 09 08 *NC 21 25 18 07 04 *NC 05 *NC 06 *NC 20 *NC 24 11 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING Front view *NC: Not connected 112 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

Figure App A-17 Cable 3AG 27406 xxAA: view L 3AG 27405 xxAA V.17 Cable 3AG 27406 xxAA Figure A-17 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27406 xxAA.36 (DCE) Male connector Signal Conn. Cable Specifications App A.App A. A 13 25 Female connector Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn. B 04 22 05 23 06 24 08 26 13 31 14 18 10 19/20/37 07 25 09 27 11 29 12 30 17 35 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 1 20 1 14 Front view 103A 103B 114A 114B 104A 104B 115A 115B 109A 109B 140 142 141 102 105A 105B 106A 106B 107A 107B 108A 108B 113A 113B 101 02 14 15 12 03 16 17 09 08 10 21 25 18 07 04 19 05 13 06 22 20 23 24 11 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 19 37 Front view *NC: Not connected 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 113 / 124 .

Figure App A-18 Cable 3AG 27407 xxAA: view L 3AG 27405 xxAA X.App A.18 Cable 3AG 27407 xxAA Figure A-18 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AG 27407 xxAA. B 02 09 *NC *NC 04 11 06 13 05 12 *NC 08 *NC *NC 03 10 *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC 07 14 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 1 9 1 14 Front view TA TB RA RB SA SB IA IB GND CA CB XA/BA XB/BB SCREEN 02 14 *NC *NC 03 16 17 09 05 13 *NC 07 *NC *NC 04 19 *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC *NC 15 12 *NC *NC 01 HOUSING 8 15 Front view *NC: Not connected 114 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 . Cable Specifications App A.21 (DCE) Male connector Signal Conn. A 13 25 Female connector Cable diagram WH 1 BL WH 2 OR WH 3 GN WH 4 BN WH 5 GY RD 6 BL RD 7 OR RD 8 GN RD 9 BN RD 10 GY BK 11 BL BK 12 OR BK 13 GN Conn.

App A. Cable Specifications

App A.19 Cable 3AL 42738 xxAA
Figure A-19 shows a view of cable 3AL 42738 xxAA.
Figure App A-19 Cable 3AL 42738xxAA: view

L

1.0/2.3M

1.0/2.3M

App A.20 Cable 3AL 42741 xxAA
Figure A-20 shows a view of cable 3AL 42741 xxAA.
Figure App A-20 Cable 3AL 42741xxAA: view
L

1.0/2.3 coax

3AL 42741 xxAA

BNC male

App A.21 Cable 3AL 42747 xxAA
Figure A-21 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AL 42747 xxAA.
Figure App A-21 Cable 3AL 42747xxAA: view
L A B

3AL 42747 XXAA
Connector A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Housing
OR WH GN WH BL WH BN WH

Cable diagram

Connector B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Housing

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Released

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App A. Cable Specifications

App A.22 Cable 3AL 42793 xxAA
Figure A-22 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AL 42793 xxAA.
Figure App A-22 Cable 3AL 42793xxAA: view
A L B

3AL 42793 XXAA

Connector A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Housing

Cable diagram
OR WH GN WH BL WH BN WH

Connector B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Housing

App A.23 Cable 3AL 42857 xxAA
Figure A-23 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AL 42857 xxAA.
Figure App A-23 Cable 3AL 42857 xxAA: view
L

3AL 42793 XXAA

Pin

Colour
OR WH GN WH BL WH BN WH Screen

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Housing

App A.24 Cable 3AL 42872 xxAA
Figure A-24 shows a view of cable 3AL 42872 xxAA.
Figure App A-24 Cable 3AL 42872 xxAA: view

L

1.0/2.3M

1.6/5.6F

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Released

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App A. Cable Specifications

App A.25 Cable 3AL 43526 xxAA
Figure A-25 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AL 43526 xxAA.
Figure App A-25 Cable 3AL 43526 xxAA: view

L

3AL 43526 xxAA
Pin 1

Signal Data Txb Data Txa Clk Txb Clk Txa Data Rxb Data Rxb Clk Rxb Clk Rxa PE
SCREEN

Conn. A A01 B01 A02 B02 A03 B03 A04 B04 A05 B05

Cable diagram
WH BL WH OR WH GN WH BN

A1/A05
Small rib

B1/B05

Front view

App A.26 Cable 3AL 43581 xxAA
Figure A-26 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AL 43581 xxAA.
Figure App A-26 Cable 3AL 43581 xxAA: view
L A
3AL 43581 xxAA

Pin B01 Pin A01
Thin rib

Colour
WH BL WH OR

Signal

B01

B01 A01 B02 A02

A... B... A... B...

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B.. A.. A. A. A.. B... A. B...... A. P2 and P3 A01/A10 B01/B10 Thin rib P2 P3 118 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 ..... B.. B. B.... B... B01 A01 B02 A02 B03 A03 B04 A04 B05 A05 B01 A01 B02 A02 B03 A03 B04 A04 B05 A05 B01 A01 B02 A02 B03 A03 B04 A04 B05 A05 WH BL WH OR WH GN WH BN WH GY BK BL BK OR BK GN BK BN BK GY WH-BL BL WH-BL OR WH-BL GN WH-BL BN WH-BL GY A.. B.. B. A...App A.. B06 A06 B07 A07 B08 A08 B09 A09 B10 A10 B06 A06 B07 A07 B08 A08 B09 A09 B10 A10 B06 A06 B07 A07 B08 A08 B09 A09 B10 A10 RD BL RD OR RD GN RD BN RD GY YE BL YE OR YE GN YE BN YE GY RD-BL BL RD-BL OR RD-BL GN RD-BL BN RD-BL GY P1 Connector P1.. A. B. A.. A. A... B.. A. B.....27 Cable 3AL 43583 xxAA Figure A-27 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AL 43583 xxAA.. A. B.. A. A... Cable Specifications App A..... B.. B.. A... B.. B. B. Figure App A-27 Cable 3AL 43583 xxAA: view 400 mm 10 wire-pairs P1 L Pin A01 P2 3AL 43583 xxAA P3 Connector Connector of circuit of cable Wire color Connector Connector of circuit of cable Wire color Connector number A. A. B. A. B. B... A...... A. B. B. A.. A. A... B.. B. A. B. B.. A. B.. A. B. A. B. A.

...App A. App A...... A. A........ A. A. B... Cable Specifications App A... B... B.29 Cable 3AL 43594 xxAA Figure A-29 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AL 43594 xxAA.. B. A.. A. A. A. A.. Figure App A-29 Cable 3AL 43594 xxAA: view Small rib L 650 10 PAIRS 3AL 43594 xxAA Pin 1 Pin Colour WH BL WH OR WH GN WH BN WH GY RD BL RD OR RD GN RD BN RD GY Signal A1/A10 B1/B10 Front view B01 A01 B02 A02 B03 A03 B04 A04 B05 A05 B06 A06 B07 A07 B08 A08 B09 A09 B10 A10 A. B.. B.. A.. A..28 Cable 3AL 43592 xxAA Figure A-28 shows a view and the wiring list of cable 3AL 43592 xxAA...... Figure App A-28 Cable 3AL 43592 xxAA: view L 650 5 PAIRS 3AL 43592 xxAA Pin 1 Pin A1/A10 B1/B10 Colour WH BL WH OR WH GN WH BN WH GY Signal Front view B01 A01 B03 A03 B05 A05 B07 A07 B09 A09 A.... B....... B...... B.. A. B. B....... B... A... B. 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Small rib Released 119 / 124 .. B.. B.

App A. Cable Specifications 120 / 124 Released 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 .

Abbreviations 1511 MAX BATA BATB BATRET BITS CB DCE DCEi DDF DTE ESD FG FH HH MDF PDF PE PFE RAL SELV TNV TRU UDS 1511 Media Access Cross-Connect BATtery A BATtery B BATtery RETurn Building Integrated Timing System Circuit Breaker Data Communications Equipment Data Communications Equipment intermediate Digital Distribution Frame Data Terminal Equipment Electrostatic Discharge Frame Ground Full Height Half Height Main Distribution Frame Power Distribution Frame Protective Earth Functional and Protective Earth Restricted Access Location Secondary Extra Low Voltage Telecom Network Voltage Top Rack Unit Unit Data Sheet 3AG 28301 AAAA RJZZA Edition 01 Released 121 / 124 .

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