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Installation Guide
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Purpose
This document describes the NE40E installation, include the cabinet and NE40E installation, on-site cable assembly and installation, powering on devices, engineering labels for cables, equipment grounding specifications, guide to power distribution design.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for: l l l l Commissioning Engineer Data Configuration Engineer Network Monitoring Engineer System Maintenance Engineer

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Contents
About This Document.....................................................................................................................ii 1 Device Introduction......................................................................................................................1
1.1 Hardware Architecture the NE40E-X1...............................................................................................................2 1.2 Hardware Architecture the NE40E-X2...............................................................................................................2 1.3 Cabinet Introduction...........................................................................................................................................3

2 Preparing for the Installation......................................................................................................4


2.1 Preparing for Installation....................................................................................................................................5 2.1.1 Preparing Technical Documents................................................................................................................5 2.1.2 Preparing Tools and Meters.......................................................................................................................5 2.1.3 Qualification of Installation Engineers......................................................................................................6 2.2 Checking the Installation Environment..............................................................................................................7 2.2.1 Checking the Equipment Room Structure.................................................................................................7 2.2.2 Checking the Equipment Room Conditions..............................................................................................7 2.2.3 Checking the Power Supply Condition of the Equipment Room..............................................................8 2.2.4 Checking the Grounding............................................................................................................................8 2.2.5 Checking the Other Facilities....................................................................................................................9 2.3 Unpacking and Checking the Products...............................................................................................................9 2.3.1 Checking the Package Container.............................................................................................................10 2.3.2 Unpacking the Carton..............................................................................................................................11 2.4 Checking the Boards.........................................................................................................................................12

3 On-site Cable Assembly and Installation...............................................................................14


3.1 Cable Assembly Precautions............................................................................................................................15 3.2 Assembling Power Cables................................................................................................................................16 3.2.1 Assembling the OT Terminal and Power Cable......................................................................................16 3.2.2 Assembling the JG Terminal and Power Cable.......................................................................................19 3.2.3 Assembling the Cord End Terminal and the Power Cable......................................................................22 3.3 Assembling and Testing the E1 Coaxial Cable Connector...............................................................................25 3.3.1 Assembling the Straight BNC Male Connector with the Coaxial Cable.................................................25 3.3.2 Assembling the L9-M Male Connector with the Coaxial Cable.............................................................29 3.3.3 Assembling the Straight SMB Female Connector with the Coaxial Cable.............................................33 3.3.4 Testing Cable Connectivity.....................................................................................................................37 3.4 Assembling Ethernet Cables.............................................................................................................................38 Issue 02 (2011-09-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. iv

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3.4.1 Assembling the Shielded RJ45 Connector and Ethernet Cable...............................................................38 3.4.2 Assembling an Unshielded RJ45 Connector and Ethernet Cable............................................................44 3.4.3 Checking the Appearance of Contact Strips............................................................................................46 3.4.4 Testing the Connection of Assembled Cables.........................................................................................49 3.5 Installing Cable Accessories.............................................................................................................................52 3.5.1 Precautions for Installing Cable Accessories..........................................................................................52 3.5.2 Installing Power Adapters.......................................................................................................................53 3.5.3 Installing Ethernet Adapters....................................................................................................................59 3.5.4 Installing Fiber Connectors.....................................................................................................................62 3.6 Attaching Engineering Labels..........................................................................................................................73 3.6.1 Labeling Power Cables............................................................................................................................74 3.6.2 Labeling Signal Cables............................................................................................................................77 3.7 Replacing the Mold of the Crimping Pliers......................................................................................................79

4 Installing NE40E-X1....................................................................................................................83
4.1 Installation Preparations ..................................................................................................................................84 4.2 Requirements on Cabinets and Rack-mounting Ear.........................................................................................85 4.3 Installing the Chassis into the Cabinet ............................................................................................................87 4.4 Installing the PGND Cable ..............................................................................................................................93 4.5 Installing Power Cables-DC Power Distribution .............................................................................................94 4.6 Installing an FIC/HIC.......................................................................................................................................96 4.7 Laying Network Cables ...................................................................................................................................98 4.8 Laying Optical Fibers ....................................................................................................................................100 4.9 Powering On the Device.................................................................................................................................103

5 Installing NE40E-X2..................................................................................................................105
5.1 Installation Preparations ................................................................................................................................106 5.2 Requirements on Cabinets and Rack-mounting Ear.......................................................................................107 5.3 Installing the Chassis into the Cabinet ..........................................................................................................109 5.4 Installing the PGND Cable ............................................................................................................................115 5.5 Installing Power Cables-DC Power Distribution ...........................................................................................117 5.6 Installing an FIC/HIC.....................................................................................................................................119 5.7 Laying Network Cables .................................................................................................................................121 5.8 Laying Optical Fibers ....................................................................................................................................123 5.9 Powering On the Device.................................................................................................................................126

6 Powering on Devices................................................................................................................128
6.1 Checking the Installation................................................................................................................................129 6.1.1 Device Installation Checklist.................................................................................................................129 6.1.2 Cable Installation Checklist...................................................................................................................131

A Parameters..................................................................................................................................135
A.1 Dimension and Weight..................................................................................................................................136 A.2 Board Power Consumption and Weight........................................................................................................136 A.3 List of LPU Interface Attributes....................................................................................................................137 Issue 02 (2011-09-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. v

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A.3.1 Interface Attributes of 100Base-TX/1000Base-T-RJ45.......................................................................137 A.3.2 Interface Attributes of 100Base-FX......................................................................................................138 A.3.3 Interface Attributes of 1000Base-X-SFP..............................................................................................138 A.3.4 Interface Attributes of 10GBase LAN/WAN-XFP...............................................................................140 A.3.5 E1 Interface Attributes..........................................................................................................................140

B Environmental Requirements for Device Operation.........................................................142


B.1 Environmental Requirements for an Equipment Room.................................................................................143 B.1.1 Requirements for Selecting a Site for an Equipment Room.................................................................143 B.1.2 Equipment Room Layout......................................................................................................................144 B.1.3 Construction Requirements for the Equipment Room..........................................................................144 B.1.4 Requirements for Temperature, Humidity, and Altitude......................................................................146 B.1.5 Equipment Room Environment............................................................................................................147 B.1.6 Requirements for Corrosive Gases.......................................................................................................148 B.1.7 Requirements for ESD Prevention........................................................................................................148 B.1.8 Electromagnetism Requirements for the Equipment Room.................................................................148 B.1.9 Requirements for Lightning Proof Grounding......................................................................................149 B.2 Requirements for Power Supply....................................................................................................................151 B.2.1 Requirements for AC Power Supply.....................................................................................................151 B.2.2 Recommendations for AC Power Supply.............................................................................................152 B.2.3 Requirements for DC Power Supply.....................................................................................................152 B.2.4 Recommendations for DC Power Supply.............................................................................................153

C Equipment Grounding Specifications..................................................................................154


C.1 General Grounding Specifications.................................................................................................................155 C.2 Grounding Specifications for an Equipment Room.......................................................................................155 C.3 Grounding Specifications for Devices...........................................................................................................155 C.4 Grounding Specifications for Communications Power Supply.....................................................................156 C.5 Grounding Specifications for Signal Cables..................................................................................................157 C.6 Specifications for Laying Out Grounding Cables..........................................................................................157

D Engineering Labels for Cables...............................................................................................159


D.1 Introduction to Labels....................................................................................................................................160 D.1.1 Label Materials.....................................................................................................................................160 D.1.2 Type and Structure................................................................................................................................160 D.1.3 Label Printing.......................................................................................................................................162 D.1.4 Writing Labels......................................................................................................................................164 D.1.5 Attaching Labels...................................................................................................................................165 D.1.6 Contents of Engineering Labels............................................................................................................167 D.1.7 Precautions for Using Engineering Labels...........................................................................................168 D.2 Engineering Labels for Optical Fibers...........................................................................................................168 D.2.1 Labels for the Optical Fibers Connecting Devices...............................................................................168 D.2.2 Labels for the Optical Fibers Connecting the Device and an ODF......................................................170 D.3 Engineering Labels for Network Cables........................................................................................................171 Issue 02 (2011-09-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. vi

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D.4 Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables............................................................................................................173 D.4.1 Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables Between Devices......................................................................173 D.4.2 Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables Between a Device and a DDF..................................................175 D.5 Engineering Labels for User Cables..............................................................................................................176 D.6 Engineering Labels for Power Cables...........................................................................................................177 D.6.1 Engineering Labels for DC Power Cables............................................................................................177 D.6.2 Engineering Labels for AC Power Cables............................................................................................179

E Guide to Power Distribution Design....................................................................................181


E.1 Guide to Power Distribution Design of the NE40E-X1.................................................................................182 E.1.1 Guide to the DC Power Distribution.....................................................................................................182 E.2 Guide to Power Distribution Design of the NE40E-X2.................................................................................184 E.2.1 Guide to the DC Power Distribution.....................................................................................................184 E.3 Guide to Power Distribution of a Power Distribution Box............................................................................188

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1.1 Hardware Architecture the NE40E-X1 1.2 Hardware Architecture the NE40E-X2 1.3 Cabinet Introduction This section describes the cabinet.

Device Introduction

This chapter describes the hardware architecture of the device and the cabinet.

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1.1 Hardware Architecture the NE40E-X1


The NE40E-X1 adopts an integrated chassis, and the main components all support hot swapping. Figure 1-1 shows the components of the NE40E-X1 chassis. Figure 1-1 Components of the NE40E-X1 chassis

1. NPU 5. PSU 9. Rack-mounting ear

2. FIC 6. ESD jack 10. Grounding Terminal

3. MPU 7. Grounding Terminal 11. Fan module

4. Cabling rack 8. Air intake vent

1.2 Hardware Architecture the NE40E-X2


The NE40E-X2 adopts an integrated chassis, and the main components all support hot swapping. Figure 1-2 shows the components of the NE40E-X2 chassis.

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Figure 1-2 Components of the NE40E-X2 chassis

1. MPU 5. PSU 9. Rack mounting ear

2. NPU 6. Fan Module 10. Grounding Terminal

3. FIC/HIC 7. Grounding Terminal 11. ESD jack

4. Cabling rack 8. Air intake vent

1.3 Cabinet Introduction


This section describes the cabinet. The device can be mounted in an N63B cabinet, an International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 19-inch standard cabinet, or an International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 21-inch standard cabinet. For the 19-inch standard cabinet or 21-inch standard cabinet, the depth should not be less than 300 mm ( 11.81 in. ), and its column should be at a distance of 100 mm ( 3.94 in. ) away from the front door.

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Preparing for the Installation

Before installing the hardware, prepare the technical documents, tools and meters, arrange for experienced installation engineers, check the installation environment, and perform the unpacking check. 2.1 Preparing for Installation This topic describes the technical documents, tools and meters that need to be available before the installation. It also describes the skills that the installation engineers must possess, and the requirements that the installation engineers must meet. 2.2 Checking the Installation Environment This topic describes the requirements for checking the hardware installation environment. 2.3 Unpacking and Checking the Products This topic describes the procedure and precaution for unpacking and checking the products after the engineering is started. 2.4 Checking the Boards

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2.1 Preparing for Installation


This topic describes the technical documents, tools and meters that need to be available before the installation. It also describes the skills that the installation engineers must possess, and the requirements that the installation engineers must meet.

2.1.1 Preparing Technical Documents


Technical documents are a vital prerequisite for installing a cabinet successfully. They are also the important information to be referred to during the installation. l l On-Site Survey Report. It is filled by the Huawei survey engineer during the on-site survey. Integrated attached disk. It is provided by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. and is delivered to the site along with the device. Installation engineers can install, operate, and maintain the device with reference to the disk. Other documents related to the engineering include the Contract Agreement and the Packing List. They are provided by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. to the customer when the device is delivered.

2.1.2 Preparing Tools and Meters


The owner of installation needs to arrange the tools and meters for hardware installation.

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Tools

Diagonal pliers

Phillips screwdriver

Flathead screwdriver

Adjustable wrench

Heat gun

Marker

Ladder
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ESD-preventive wrist strap

Utility knife

Wire stripper

Wire clippers

RJ45 crimping tool

Power cable crimping tool

Hydraulic pliers

Installation Related Material 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. PVC black insulation tape Tie wrap Binding tape Heat-shrink tube Corrugated pipe Label

2.1.3 Qualification of Installation Engineers


Installation engineers must possess the basic knowledge of safe operation. They should receive the related training, should understand how to operate correctly, and acquire corresponding operation qualification. When arranging the installation engineers to perform this activity, the customer needs to pay attention to the following points: l The installation engineer must have been trained and certified by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. and must understand the methods of installing and commissioning the system. The installation engineer must obtain a qualification certificate before installing and commissioning the device. The technical engineer of the customer must have received the basic training conducted by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., and must understand the related methods of installation and construction.
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The number of installation engineers should be based on the specific engineering schedule and the installation environment. In general, arrange for three to five installation engineers.

2.2 Checking the Installation Environment


This topic describes the requirements for checking the hardware installation environment.

2.2.1 Checking the Equipment Room Structure


Room construction, room structure, heating and ventilation, power supply, illumination and fire control are related to the equipment room. The engineering design of these items must not only meet the requirements for the equipment room, but must also comply with the local standards and regulations. It must also meet the regulations and requirements of the room structure and design in the field of special technique design. Check the equipment room structure with regard to the following aspects: l l The minimum height of the equipment room refers to the net height below the beam or the ventilation pipe. The height must not be less than 3 m (9.84 ft). The floor of the equipment room must be semi-conductive and dust-proof. An antistatic movable floor is recommended. Pave the movable floor tightly and solidly. The horizontal tolerance of each square meter must be less than 2 mm (0.08 in.). If the movable floor is not available, use the static electricity conductive floor material, with the volume resistivity ranging from 1.0 x 107 ohm-m to 1.0 x 1010 ohm-m. The static electricity conductive floor material or the movable floor must be grounded for conducting the static electricity. You can connect the floor material or the movable floor to the grounding unit by using the current limiting resistor and the connection line. The resistance of the current limiting resistor is 1 megohm. The door and windows must be installed with dust-proof plastic sealing tapes. It is recommended to install the windows with double-layer glass and seal them strictly. The wall must be processed by using wallpaper or flat paint. Do not use pulverized paint. Cables must be laid along grooves. The inner side of the grooves must be smooth. The reserved length and width of the grooves, and the number, position and dimensions of the holes must comply with the requirements for installing the device. It is recommended not to lay water supply pipes, drainpipes or storm sewers across the equipment room. Do not install the fire hydrant inside the equipment room. Install the fire hydrant in the corridor or near the staircase where convenient access is possible. The air conditioner is installed in a proper position where the air does not blow directly at the device.

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2.2.2 Checking the Equipment Room Conditions


To ensure good working conditions for the device, take related measures so that the equipment room conditions meet the requirements for proper device running. Check the equipment room conditions with regard to the following aspects: l The illumination of the equipment room must meet the requirements for device maintenance. Ensure that the following three illumination systems are available: routine illumination, standby illumination, and emergency illumination.
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The design of the water supply and drainage systems must meet the requirements of common water consumption, and must comply with the fire control regulations. The air-conditioning system must meet the temperature and humidity requirements for proper device running. The fire control facilities in the equipment room must be intact and should function normally. The earthquake-resistance level of the equipment room must meet relative requirements. The floor of the equipment room must be solid, so that the cabinets can be installed firmly.

2.2.3 Checking the Power Supply Condition of the Equipment Room


Check the power supply condition of the equipment room according to its power supply requirements. The aspects to be checked include the AC power supply, DC power supply, and battery. Check the power supply condition of the equipment room with regard to the following aspects: l The facilities of the AC power supply should be complete. The AC power supply should meet the power supply requirements. Besides the AC power lead-in wires, the diesel generator that supplies standby power should be available. The DC power distribution device must meet the requirements and the voltage must be stable. The power output should be within the specified range. Batteries with sufficient capacity must be available. Note that the batteries ensure uninterrupted running of the device when power supply faults occur.

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2.2.4 Checking the Grounding


Good grounding is the basis of stable running of the device. It is also the prerequisite for protecting the device from lightning strike and interference. Be sure to check the grounding condition of the installation site carefully, and implement good grounding based on the actual situations.

Checking the Grounding of the Equipment Room


l l l The equipment room must be equipped with lightning-proof devices, such as the lightning arrester. The lightning protection grounding device (such as the lightning arrester) should share one set of grounding body with the protection grounding of the equipment room. The grounding resistance of the equipment room or the communication office (site) must not exceed 10 ohms, and must comply with the corresponding national and industry standards.

Checking the Grounding of the Communication Power Device in the Equipment Room
l The working ground and protection ground of the communication power device must share one set of grounding body with the protection ground of the communication device. When the communication power device and the communication device are installed in the same equipment room, the two devices must be connected to the same protection grounding bar. The -48 VDC output positive terminal (+24 VDC output negative terminal) of the communication power device must be connected to the nearest grounding terminal.
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l If only one protection grounding bar is provided in the equipment room, the protection grounding cable and working grounding cable of the communication power device must be connected to this grounding bar. l If two grounding bars are provided in the equipment room, namely, a protection grounding bar and a working grounding bar, the protection grounding cable and working grounding cable of the communication power device must be connected to the corresponding grounding bar. The protection grounding bar and working grounding bar must share one set of grounding body.

Checking the Grounding of the Device


l Protection grounding must be implemented on the communication devices and the related accessory devices (mobile base station, switch, and power device) in the equipment room. The protection grounding cables of various devices in the communication office (site) must be finally connected to the total grounding bar. The -48 V (or +24 V) power cable and the RTN cable that are led out from the power input terminals of the device must be connected to the -48 V (or +24 V) busbar and the RTN busbar of the PDU that is provided and used by the customer. The protection grounding cable that is led out from the total grounding terminal of the device must be connected to the nearest protection grounding bar that is provided and used by the customer.

Checking the Grounding of the Signal Cable


l Use the shielded cable or the cable with metal jacket as the signal cable that is led in to or led out from the site. The same is recommended strongly. The free line in the cable must be grounded inside the equipment room. The shielded layer, metal jacket or metal tube of the cable that is led in to the site must be connected to the nearest protection grounding bar of the equipment room.

2.2.5 Checking the Other Facilities


After checking the structure, condition, power supply, and grounding of the equipment room, check the other facilities of the installation site. Check the other facilities as follows: l l l Ensure that the maintenance and monitoring room is neat and clean. It should not be piled with sundries. Use an ESD PC workbench. Install the PC workbench in a correct position. The same should comply with the plan view of the equipment room. The maintenance terminal and the accessory devices must be correctly identified and be intact. The installation positions of these devices must comply with the design requirements.

2.3 Unpacking and Checking the Products


This topic describes the procedure and precaution for unpacking and checking the products after the engineering is started.

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2.3.1 Checking the Package Container


Before unpacking and checking the products, check whether the package container is intact.

Procedure
Step 1 Unload the products.

CAUTION
When unloading the products, place the package containers in order. Make sure that the product labels on the package containers are in the same direction. This facilitates the checking. Step 2 After unloading the products, check whether the total number of the products are the same as the number indicated on the Packing List. Check whether the destination of delivery is the same as the actual site for installation. Condition The total number of products are the same as the number indicated on the Packing List, and the products are delivered to the correct destination. The total number of products are different from the number indicated on the Packing List, or the products are delivered to the wrong destination. Action Perform step 4.

Perform step 3.

Step 3 The engineering supervisor must send the Cargo Inspection Feedback Form that is confirmed and signed by the customer to the order management engineer in the local Huawei representative office within three days. At the same time, stop unpacking the products. Step 4 Check whether the exterior of the package container is intact. Check whether the package container is placed correctly during transportation. Condition The external package is intact. The exterior of the package container is seriously damaged or shows signs of water penetration. Action Unpack and check the products. Perform step 5.

Step 5 Stop unpacking the products, trace the cause, report the problem to the order management engineer of the local Huawei representative office, and wait for further assistance.

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CAUTION
To protect the device and trace the cause, transfer the unpacked device indoors to ensure proper storage. Take photographs of the storage site, the device that is rusted or corroded, the related package container, and the package materials. Collect the photos and file them. Preserve the package container and package materials that are unpacked. ----End

2.3.2 Unpacking the Carton


In general, cartons are used to pack cables, boards, and terminal devices.

Procedure
Step 1 Read the carton label carefully to know the types and quantities of the boards in the carton. Step 2 Use diagonal pliers to cut the packing straps. Step 3 Use a paper knife to cut the tapes along the seams of the carton cover. Do not insert the paper knife to extra depths; otherwise, the contents inside the carton may get damaged. Step 4 Open the carton and take out the foam plates. Step 5 Check the label of the box that contains the board, and see whether the board quantity is consistent with the quantity indicated on the carton label. Then, take out the boxes. Step 6 Wear an ESD wrist strap and ground it correctly. Unpack the ESD bag that contains the board. Check whether the board has any obvious damages. Step 7 Check the types and quantity of the boards in the carton according to the Packing List. The Packing List must be confirmed and signed on site by the customer. Figure 2-1 shows the procedure for unpacking the carton.

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Figure 2-1 Unpacking the carton

1 Pressure-sensitive adhesive tape 4 Carton 7 Board box

2 Packing strap 5 Foam plate 8 ESD bag

3 Carton label 6 Label of the board box 9 Board

CAUTION
Do not throw away a carton that still contains boards. It is recommended that one person unpacks one carton. After unpacking a carton, check it carefully and make sure that it is empty before unpacking the next carton. ----End

2.4 Checking the Boards


Clean the chassis and cabinet before installing the boards. Wear an antistatic wrist strap and remove the board from the antistatic package. Check whether the board name is consistent with the identifier on the package box, and whether any device is damaged or any component is missing. Check pins on the backplane of the chassis. The pins should be kept straight, orderly, and clean. For the pins bent in the board slots on the backplane, repair them. The boards are sensitive to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD). When handling boards, observe the following rules: l l
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Ensure good contact of the metal tab of the wrist strap with your bare skin. Insert the other end of the wrist strap into the grounding point on the device. Ensure that the wrist strap works in the normal state. Its resistance value must be between 0.75 megohm and 10 megohm. If the service life (usually two years) of the wrist strap expires or the resistance value fails to meet requirements, replace it with another one. Avoid touching the board with your clothes, because the touch generates static electricity that is beyond the protection scope of the wrist strap. Wear antistatic gloves and place the board on an antistatic pad when replacing the chip of the board. Use antistatic tweezers or extraction tools to replace chips. Do not tough chips, circuits, or pins with your bare hands. Keep the board and other ESD sensitive parts to be installed in antistatic bags. Place the removed boards and components on an antistatic pad or other antistatic materials. Do not use non-antistatic materials such as white foams, common plastic bags, or paper bags to pack boards or let them touch boards. Wear an antistatic wrist strap when operating the ports of boards because they are also ESD-sensitive. Discharge the static electricity of cables and protective sleeves before connecting them to the ports. It is recommended that you reserve some materials that can hold boards such as vacuum formed boxes and antistatic bags in the equipment room for later use.

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About This Chapter


This topic describes how to assemble power cables, Ethernet cables, and other cables. 3.1 Cable Assembly Precautions Check cables and connector components, choose appropriate cables and connector components, and assemble them according to the cable assembly precautions. 3.2 Assembling Power Cables This section describes how to assemble power cables with OT terminals, JG terminals, and cord end terminals. 3.3 Assembling and Testing the E1 Coaxial Cable Connector This section describes how to assemble the E1 coaxial cable connector and how to test the connectivity of the cable. 3.4 Assembling Ethernet Cables This topic describes how to assemble RJ45 connectors and Category 5 cable to make Ethernet cables. 3.5 Installing Cable Accessories This section describes how to install the cable accessories, such as power adapters, network adapters, coaxial connectors, SCSI connectors, and XLR connectors. 3.6 Attaching Engineering Labels Engineering labels are used for equipment installation and maintenance. The labels help to ensure smooth installations and facilitate future maintenance. 3.7 Replacing the Mold of the Crimping Pliers This section describes how to replace the mold of COAX crimping tools.

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3.1 Cable Assembly Precautions


Check cables and connector components, choose appropriate cables and connector components, and assemble them according to the cable assembly precautions.

Checking the Appearance of Cables


l l l l If the cable jacket or insulation is visibly dirty, clean it before assembly. If the jacket or insulation of a cable has visible damage, irreparable scuffing, or other defects, do not use the cable. If the shield layer of a cable is damaged, do not use the cable. If the cable jacket or insulation cracks after the cable is bent or twisted, discard this cable and check whether other cables have the same problem. If other cables have the same problem, replace these cables.

Checking the Appearance of Connectors


l l l Do not use connectors with visible defects, damage, rust or scuffing. Do not use connectors if their pins or shells are damaged. Do not use connectors that have dirt on their pins or in their jacks or if there are conductors between pins or between pins and the shell.

Precautions for Assembly


l l l Use dedicated tools or tools delivered by Huawei and follow the methods given here during assembly. Hold terminals of cables instead of pulling the cables when installing or removing cable components. Take the following precautions when cutting or stripping cables: Make cables slightly longer than necessary. Coil cables longer than 2 m (6.56 ft) after cutting. Bind and fasten the coils using bundling ropes. The inner diameters of the coils should be larger than 20 times the outer diameters of the cables. When stripping the jackets of cables, avoid damaging the shield layers (braid or aluminum foil), insulation, core conductors, and other jackets that do not need to be stripped. Clean the exposed jackets. Cut all cables neatly. Do not touch the core conductors of cables with your hands. Terminate exposed conductors in a timely way after stripping off insulation so that the surface of the conductors does not become oxidized. l Take the following precautions when crimping and connecting cables or connectors: The terminals and conductors should be connected tightly after they are crimped. They should not be moved or turned. Cut all the exposed copper wires. Try to avoid a second crimping of sleeves.
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Keep all the conductors clean and aligned.


NOTE

The connectors, cables, and tools provided by different vendors may be different. The figures in this document are only for your reference.

3.2 Assembling Power Cables


This section describes how to assemble power cables with OT terminals, JG terminals, and cord end terminals.

3.2.1 Assembling the OT Terminal and Power Cable


This section describes how to assemble an OT terminal and a power cable.

Context
Figure 3-1 shows the components of an OT terminal and a power cable. Figure 3-1 Components of an OT terminal and a power cable

A Heat-shrinkable tubing

B. Bare crimping terminal

C. Insulation

D. Conductor

Procedure
Step 1 Based on the cross-sectional area of the cable conductor, strip a part of the insulation. This exposes length L1 of the conductor, as shown in Figure 3-2. The recommended values of L1 are listed in Table 3-1.

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Figure 3-2 Stripping a power cable (OT terminal)

CAUTION
l When you strip a power cable, do not damage the conductor of the cable. l If the bare crimping terminal is not provided by Huawei, the value of L1 is 1 mm (0.04 in.) to 2 mm (0.08 in.) greater than the value of L.

Table 3-1 Mapping between the cross-sectional area of the conductor and the value of L1 CrossSectional Area of Conductor (mm2(in.2)) 1 (0.002) 1.5 (0.002) 2.5 (0.004) 4 (0.006) 6 (0.009) Value of L1 (mm (in.)) Cross-Sectional Area of Conductor (mm2(in.2)) 10 (0.015) 16 (0.025) 25 (0.039) 35 (0.054) 50 (0.077) Value of L1 (mm (in.))

7 (0.28) 7 (0.28) 7 (0.28) 8 (0.31) 9 (0.35)

11 (0.43) 13 (0.51) 14 (0.55) 16 (0.63) 16 (0.63)

NOTE

If you are proficient in assembling OT terminals and power cables, you can obtain the value of L1 by comparing the part to be crimped with the power cable.

Step 2 Put the heat-shrinkable (A) tubing onto the bare crimping terminal, as shown in Figure 3-3.

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Figure 3-3 Putting the heat shrink tubing onto the bare crimping terminal

Step 3 Put the OT terminal onto the exposed conductor, and ensure that the OT terminal is in good contact with the insulation of the power cable, as shown in Figure 3-3.

CAUTION
After the conductor is fed into the OT terminal, the protruding part of the conductor, or L2 in Figure 3-3, must not be longer than 2 mm (0.08 in.). Step 4 Crimp the joint parts of the bare crimping terminal and the conductor, as shown in Figure 3-4.
NOTE

The shapes of crimped parts may vary with the crimping dies.

Figure 3-4 Crimping the joint parts of the bare crimping terminal and the conductor

Step 5 Push the heat shrink tubing (A) towards the connector until the tube covers the crimped part, and then heat the tube by using a heat gun, as shown in Figure 3-5.
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Figure 3-5 Heating the heat shrink tubing

CAUTION
When you heat the heat shrink tubing, do not heat it too long. ----End

3.2.2 Assembling the JG Terminal and Power Cable


This topic describes how to assemble a JG terminal and a power cable.

Context
Figure 3-6 shows the components of a JG terminal and a power cable. Figure 3-6 Components of a JG terminal and a power cable

A. JG terminal B. Heat-shrinkable tube C. Insulation layer of a power cable D. Conductor of a power cable

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Procedure
Step 1 Based on the cross-sectional area of the cable conductor, strip a part of the cable. The L-long conductor is exposed, as shown in Figure 3-7. The recommended values of L1 are listed in Table 3-2.

CAUTION
l When you strip a power cable, do not damage the conductor of the cable. l If the bare crimping terminal is not provided by Huawei, you can adjust the value of L as required.

Figure 3-7 Stripping a power cable (JG terminal)

Table 3-2 Mapping between the cross-sectional area of the conductor and the value of L Cross-Sectional Area of Conductor (mm2(in.2)) 16 (0.025) 25 (0.039) 35 (0.054) 50 (0.077) Value of L (mm(in.)) 13 (0.51) 14 (0.55) 16 (0.63) 16 (0.63)

Step 2 Put the heat shrink tubing onto the bare crimping terminal, as shown in Figure 3-8.

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Figure 3-8 Putting the heat shrink tubing onto the bare crimping terminal

Step 3 Put the bare crimping terminal onto the exposed conductor, and ensure that the bare crimping terminal is in good contact with the insulation of the power cable, as shown in Figure 3-8. Step 4 Crimp the joint parts of the bare crimping terminal and the conductor, as shown in Figure 3-9. Figure 3-9 Crimping the joint parts of the bare crimping terminal and the conductor (JG terminal)

Step 5 Push the heat shrink tubing towards the connector until the tube covers the crimped part, and then heat the tube by using a heat gun, as shown in Figure 3-10. Figure 3-10 Heating the heat shrink tubing (JG terminal)

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3.2.3 Assembling the Cord End Terminal and the Power Cable
This topic describes how to assemble a cord end terminal and a power cable.

Context
Figure 3-11 shows the components of a cord end terminal and a power cable. Figure 3-11 Components of a cord end terminal and a power cable

A. Cord end terminal

B. Insulation layer of a power cable

C. Conductor of a power cable

Procedure
Step 1 Based on the cross-sectional area of the cable conductor, strip a part of the insulation. The L1long conductor is exposed, as shown in Figure 3-12. The recommended values of L1 are listed in Table 3-3.

CAUTION
When you strip a power cable, do not damage the conductor of the cable.

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Figure 3-12 Stripping a power cable (cord end terminal)

Table 3-3 Mapping between the cross-sectional area of the conductor and the value of L1 CrossSectional Area of Conductor (mm2(in.2)) 1 (0.002) 1.5 (0.002) 2.5 (0.004) 4 (0.006) 6 (0.009) Value of L1 (mm (in.)) Cross-Sectional Area of Conductor (mm2(in.2)) 10 (0.015) 16 (0.025) 25 (0.039) 35 (0.054) 50 (0.077) Value of L1 (mm (in.))

8 (0.31) 10 (0.39) 10 (0.39) 12 (0.47) 14 (0.55)

15 (0.59) 15 (0.59) 18 (0.71) 19 (0.75) 26 (1.02)

Step 2 Putting the cord end terminal onto the conductor, and ensure that the conductor is aligned with the edge of the cord end terminal, as shown in Figure 3-13.

CAUTION
After the conductor is fed into the cord end terminal, the protruding part of the conductor must not be longer than 1 mm (0.04 in.).

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Figure 3-13 Put the cord end terminal onto the conductor

Step 3 Crimp the joint parts of the cord end terminal and the conductor, as shown in Figure 3-14. Figure 3-14 Crimping the cord end terminal and the conductor

Step 4 Check the maximum width of the tubular crimped terminal. The maximum width of a tubular crimped terminal is listed in Table 3-4. Table 3-4 Maximum width of a tubular crimped terminal Cross-Sectional Area of Tubular Terminal (mm2(in.2)) 0.25 (0.0004) 0.5 (0.0008) 1.0 (0.0015) 1.5 (0.0023) 2.5 (0.0039) 4 (0.006) 6 (0.009)
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Maximum Width of Crimped Terminal W1 (mm(in.)) 1 (0.04) 1 (0.04) 1.5 (0.06) 1.5 (0.06) 2.4 (0.09) 3.1 (0.12) 4 (0.16)

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Cross-Sectional Area of Tubular Terminal (mm2(in.2)) 10 (0.015) 16 (0.025) 25 (0.039) 35 (0.054)

Maximum Width of Crimped Terminal W1 (mm(in.)) 5.3 (0.21) 6 (0.24) 8.7 (0.34) 10 (0.39)

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3.3 Assembling and Testing the E1 Coaxial Cable Connector


This section describes how to assemble the E1 coaxial cable connector and how to test the connectivity of the cable.

3.3.1 Assembling the Straight BNC Male Connector with the Coaxial Cable
This section describes how to assemble the straight BNC male connector with the coaxial cable.

Tools, Equipment and Materials


Coaxial cable, whose components is shown in Figure 3-15. Straight BNC male connector, whose components is shown in Figure 3-15. Figure 3-15 BNC connector and coaxial cable

Heat shrink tube Crimping sleeve Connector External conductor of the coaxial cable Internal conductor of the coaxial cable Protection tube of the coaxial cable

Insulation layer of the coaxial cable

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Procedure
Step 1 Strip off the sleeve of the coaxial cable according to the coaxial cable materials and sizes shown in Figure 3-16. The external conductor, insulation layer and internal conductor should be exposed as shown in Figure 3-16. Table 3-5 lists the recommended length of the reserved external conductor (L1), reserved insulation layer (L2) and stripped sleeve (L3). Figure 3-16 Stripping off the coaxial cable

External conductor of the coaxial cable Insulation layer of the coaxial cable Internal conductor of the coaxial cable L1 L2 L3 Protection tube of the coaxial cable

CAUTION
l When stripping off the sleeve of the coaxial cable, do not scratch the external conductor. l You can also determine the stripping size according to the size of the connector. Refer to Figure 3-17.

Table 3-5 Stripping size of the common coaxial cables Cable Type Label for the NM cable SYFVZ-751-1(A) SYV-75-22 SYV-75-42 External Diameter of the Coaxial Cable 2.2 mm ( 0.09 in.) 3.9 mm ( 0.15 in.) 6.7 mm ( 0.26 in.) L1 (mm) (in.) L2 (mm)(in.) L3 (mm) (in.) Remarks

5-6 (0.20-0.24) 5-6 (0.20-0.24) 5-6 (0.20-0.24)

7-9 (0.28-0.35) 7-9 (0.28-0.35) 7-9 (0.28-0.35)

10-12 (0.39-0.47) 10-12 (0.39-0.47) 10-12 (0.39-0.47)

National trunk 155MI National trunk 155MIII


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Cable Type Label for the NM cable SFYV-75-2 -1 SFYV-75-2 -2

External Diameter of the Coaxial Cable 3.2 mm ( 0.13 in.) 4.4 mm ( 0.17 in.)

L1 (mm) (in.)

L2 (mm)(in.)

L3 (mm) (in.)

Remarks

5-6 (0.20-0.24) 5-6 (0.20-0.24)

7-9 (0.28-0.35) 7-9 (0.28-0.35)

10-12 (0.39-0.47) 10-12 (0.39-0.47)

National trunk -II National trunk 155MII

Figure 3-17 Size of the straight BNC male connector and stripping size of the coaxial cable

L1 L2 L3

L1 L2 L3

Step 2 Successively lead the heat shrink tube and crimping sleeve through the coaxial cable, as shown in Figure 3-18. Figure 3-18 Leading the heat shrink tube and crimping sleeve

Protection tube of the coaxial cable External conductor of the coaxial cable Crimping sleeve Heat shrink tube

Step 3 Unfold the external conductor of the coaxial cable to a trumpet shape, as shown in Figure 3-19.

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Figure 3-19 Unfolding the external conductor of the coaxial cable

External conductor of the coaxial cable

Step 4 Insert the insulation layer and internal conductor into the connector plug of the coaxial cable. The external conductor of the coaxial cable partly wraps the external conductor of the connector, as shown in Figure 3-20. Figure 3-20 Inserting the straight BNC male connector into the coaxial cable

Connetor

Step 5 Use a welding tool to weld the internal conductor of the coaxial cable with the internal conductor of the coaxial cable connector, as shown in Figure 3-21. Figure 3-21 Welding the internal conductor
Internal conductor of the coaxial cable

Connector

Welding

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Step 6 Push the crimping sleeve toward the connector. Crimp the external conductor of the coaxial cable tight. Use a crimping tool to tighten the crimping sleeve and coaxial cable connector, as shown in Figure 3-22. Figure 3-22 Crimping the external conductor

Crimping sleeve

Step 7 Use a heat gun to blow the heat shrink tube so that the tube can tightly clad the crimping sleeve, as shown in Figure 3-23. In this way, the straight BNC male connector is assembled with the coaxial cable. Figure 3-23 Blowing the heat shrink tube

Heat shrink tube

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3.3.2 Assembling the L9-M Male Connector with the Coaxial Cable
This section describes how to assemble the L9-M male connector with the coaxial cable.

Prerequisite
None

Tools, Equipment and Materials


Coaxial cable, whose components are shown in Figure 3-24. L9-M male connector, whose components are shown in Figure 3-24.
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Figure 3-24 L9-M connector and coaxial cable

Protection tube of the connector Crimping sleeve Connector

External conductor of the coaxial cable Internal conductor of the coaxial cable

Protection tube of the coaxial cable

Insulation layer of the coaxial cable

Procedure
Step 1 Strip off the sleeve of the coaxial cable according to the coaxial cable materials and sizes shown in Figure 3-25. The external conductor, insulation layer and internal conductor should be exposed. See Figure 3-25. Table 3-5 lists the recommended length of the reserved external conductor (L1), reserved insulation layer (L2) and stripped sleeve (L3). Figure 3-25 Stripping off the coaxial cable

External conductor of the coaxial cable Insulation layer of the coaxial cable Internal conductor of the coaxial cable L1 L2 L3 Protection tube of the coaxial cable

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CAUTION
l When stripping off the sleeve of the coaxial cable, do not scratch the external conductor. l You can also determine the stripping size according to the size of the connector. Refer to Figure 3-26.

Figure 3-26 Size of the connector and stripping size of the coaxial cable

L1 L2 L3

L1 L2 L3

Step 2 Lead the protection tube and crimping sleeve through the coaxial cable, as shown in Figure 3-27. Figure 3-27 Leading the protection tube and crimping sleeve

Crimping sleeve

Protection tube of the connector

Step 3 Unfold the external conductor of the coaxial cable into a trumpet shape, as shown in Figure 3-28.

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Figure 3-28 Unfolding the external conductor of the coaxial cable

External conductor of the coaxial cable

Step 4 Insert the insulation layer and internal conductor into the connector of the coaxial cable. The external conductor of the coaxial cable partly wraps the external conductor of the connector, as shown in Figure 3-29. Figure 3-29 Inserting the coaxial connector into the coaxial cable

Connector

Step 5 Use a welding tool to weld the internal conductor of the coaxial cable with the internal conductor of the coaxial connector, as shown in Figure 3-30.

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Figure 3-30 Welding the internal conductor

Internal conductor of the coaxial cable

Welding

Step 6 Push the crimping sleeve toward the connector. Crimp the external conductor of the coaxial cable tight. Use a crimping tool to tighten the crimping sleeve and the coaxial cable connector. See Figure 3-31. In this way, the straight L9-M male connector is assembled with the coaxial cable. Figure 3-31 Crimping the external conductor

2 Crimping sleeve 1

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3.3.3 Assembling the Straight SMB Female Connector with the Coaxial Cable
This section describes how to assemble the straight BNC female connector with the coaxial cable.

Tools, Equipment and Materials


Wire stripper Crimper (with a jaw of 2.5 mm ( 0.1 in. )) Coaxial cable of a 1.6 mm ( 0.06 in. ) core diameter, whose components are shown in Figure 3-32. Straight SMB female connector, whose components are shown in Figure 3-32.
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Figure 3-32 Straight SMB female connector and coaxial cable

Crimping sleeve

Connector Protection tube of the coaxial cable External conductor of the coaxial cable Insulation layer of the coaxial cable Internal conductor of the coaxial cable

Procedure
Step 1 Strip off the sleeve of the coaxial cable according to the coaxial cable materials and sizes shown in Figure 3-33. The external conductor, insulation layer and internal conductor should be exposed. See Figure 3-33. Table 3-5 lists the recommended length of the reserved external conductor (L1), reserved insulation layer (L2) and stripped sleeve (L3). Then, twist the external conductors of the coaxial cable as one. Figure 3-33 Stripping off the coaxial cable

External conductor of the coaxial cable Insulation layer of the coaxial cable Internal conductor of the coaxial cable L1 L2 L3 Protection tube of the coaxial cable

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CAUTION
l When stripping off the sleeve of the coaxial cable, do not scratch the external conductor. l You can also determine the stripping size according to the size of the connector, as shown inFigure 3-34.

Figure 3-34 Size of the connector and the stripping size of the coaxial cable

L1 L2 L3 L3

L1 L2

Step 2 Lead the crimping tube through the coaxial cable, as shown in Figure 3-35. Figure 3-35 Leading the crimping sleeve

Protection tube of the coaxial cable Crimping sleeve

Step 3 Unfold the external conductor of the coaxial cable into a trumpet shape, as shown in Figure 3-36. Figure 3-36 Unfolding the external conductor of the coaxial cable

External conductor of the coaxial cable

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Step 4 Insert the insulation layer and internal conductor into the connector of the coaxial cable. The external conductor of the coaxial cable partly wraps the external conductor of the connector as shown in Figure 3-37. Figure 3-37 Inserting the coaxial connector into the coaxial cable

Connector

Step 5 Use a welding tool to weld the internal conductor of the coaxial cable with the internal conductor of the coaxial connector, as shown in Figure 3-38. Figure 3-38 Welding the internal conductor
Internal conductor of the coaxial cable

Connector Welding

Step 6 Push the crimping sleeve toward the connector. Crimp the external conductor of the coaxial cable tight. Use the crimper to tighten the crimping sleeve and the coaxial cable connector, as shown in Figure 3-39. In this way, the straight SMB female connector is assembled with the coaxial cable.
NOTE

Crimp the external conductor of the coaxial cable twice by using the crimper with a jaw of 2.5 mm ( 0.1 in. ) . That is, crimp the external connector, rotate it by 90 degree, and then crimp it again.

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Figure 3-39 Crimping the external conductor

Crimping sleeve

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3.3.4 Testing Cable Connectivity


This section describes how to test the cable connectivity by using a multimeter.

Prerequisite
During the process of routing or bundling cables, and installing the connector, the circuit on the cable may become open or broken. Hence, after the preceding procedures are completed, test the connectivity of cables.

Tools, Equipment and Materials


Multimeter

Background Information
In this section, the cable has a Anea 96 connector at one end and a group of SMB connectors at the other, as shown in Figure 3-40. This section describes how to test the cable connectivity by using a multimeter.

Procedure
Step 1 Set the multimeter to the resistance gear. Step 2 On the SMB connector side, connect the two probes of the multimeter to the internal and external conductors respectively. Step 3 According to the pin sequence table of the connector, use a shorting stub to cause a short circuit between the two pins corresponding to the SMB connectors. See Figure 3-40.

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Figure 3-40 Testing table connectivity

R0

Short circuit pin No.25 and 26

DDF side

Chassis side

Step 4 Observe the multimeter, which should read 0 ohms. Step 5 Remove the shorting stub from the connector. Observe the multimeter, which should read resistance of infinite ohms. Step 6 Repeat Steps 2 - 5 to test the other SMB connectors. ----End

3.4 Assembling Ethernet Cables


This topic describes how to assemble RJ45 connectors and Category 5 cable to make Ethernet cables.

3.4.1 Assembling the Shielded RJ45 Connector and Ethernet Cable


This section describes how to assemble a shielded RJ45 connector and an Ethernet cable, or specifically, a straight-through cable.

Context
Figure 3-41 shows the components of an RJ45 connector and a shielded Ethernet cable.

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Figure 3-41 Shielded RJ45 connector and cable

A. Jacket of connector

B. Metal shell of connector

C. Wire holder of connector D. Plug of connector -

E. Jacket of Ethernet cable F. Shielding layer of Ethernet G. Twisted-pair wires cable

Procedure
Step 1 Fit the jacket of the connector onto the Ethernet cable, as shown in Figure 3-42. Figure 3-42 Fit the jacket of the connector onto the Ethernet cable

Step 2 Remove a 30-mm (1.18in.) long section of the jacket, cut off the nylon twine inside the jacket, and cut a 5-mm (0.20in.) cleft in the jacket, as shown in Figure 3-43.

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CAUTION
l When you remove a section of the jacket, do not damage the shield layer of the twisted-pair cable. l When you remove the shield layer, do not damage the insulation of the twisted-pair cable.

Figure 3-43 Removing the jacket of a twisted-pair cable (unit: mm (in.))

Step 3 Fit the metal shell onto the twisted-pair cable. The shield layer is covered by the metal shell, as shown in Figure 3-44. Figure 3-44 Fit the metal shell onto the twisted-pair cable

Step 4 Fit the metal shell onto the twisted-pair cable until the shield layer is covered completely. Along the edge of the metal shell, cut off the aluminum foil shield layer and ensure that there is no surplus copper wire. The exposed twisted-pair cable is about 20 mm (0.79 in.) long, as shown in Figure 3-45.

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Figure 3-45 Removing the shield layer of a twisted-pair cable (unit: mm (in.))

Step 5 Based on the colors, lead the four pairs of twisted-pair wires through the wire holder, as shown in Figure 3-46 and Figure 3-47. Figure 3-46 Leading wires through the wire holder

Figure 3-47 Cable locations in a wire holder


White-Orange Orange

White-Green Green

Blue White-Blue

White-Brown Brown

Step 6 Align the four pairs of cables in the holder, as shown in Figure 3-48. The connections between the wires and the pins are shown in Figure 3-49 and listed in Table 3-6.
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Figure 3-48 Four pairs of cables on a wire holder

Figure 3-49 Connections between wires and pins


White-Orange Orange White-Green Blue White-Blue Green White-Brown Brown

Pin 8 Pin 1

Table 3-6 Connections between wires and pins Matching Pins of Wires 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
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Matching Pins of Wires 8

Core Wire Color White-Orange

Step 7 Cut off the surplus cables along the lower edge of the wire holder, as shown in Figure 3-50. Figure 3-50 Cutting off surplus cables

Step 8 Put the connector body onto the wire holder and turn the metal shell by 90, as shown in Figure 3-51.
NOTE

Ensure that the wire holder is in good contact with the connector body.

Figure 3-51 Put the connector body onto the wire holder

Step 9 Push the metal shell towards the connector body until the wire holder and the connector body are engaged completely. Crimp the connector.

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Figure 3-52 Crimping the connector

Step 10 Push the jacket towards the metal shell until the metal shell is covered. This completes the assembly of one end of the cable, as shown in Figure 3-53. Figure 3-53 Pushing the metal shell

Step 11 To complete the assembly of the other end, repeat Step 1 through Step 10. ----End

3.4.2 Assembling an Unshielded RJ45 Connector and Ethernet Cable


This topic describes how to assemble an unshielded RJ45 connector and an Ethernet cable, specifically, a straight-through cable.

Context
Figure 3-54 shows the components of an unshielded RJ45 connector and cable.

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Figure 3-54 Components of an unshielded RJ45 connector and cable

B C A. Plug of connector B. Jacket C. Twisted-pair wires

Procedure
Step 1 Remove a 30-mm (1.18 in.) long section of the jacket, as shown in Figure 3-55.

CAUTION
When you remove the shield layer, do not damage the insulation of the twisted-pair cable.

Figure 3-55 Removing the jacket of a twisted-pair cable (unit: mm (in.))

Step 2 Align the four pairs of wires and cut the ends neatly, as shown in Figure 3-56. The connections between the wires and the pins are listed in Table 3-7. Figure 3-56 Connections between wires and pins (unit: mm (in.))
White-Orange Orange White-Green Blue White-Blue Green White-Brown Brown C

Pin 8 Pin 1

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Table 3-7 Connections between wires and pins Matching Pins of Wires 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Core Wire Color Brown White-Brown Green White-Blue Blue White-Green Orange White-Orange

Step 3 Feed the cable into the plug, and crimp the connector, as shown in Figure 3-57.
NOTE

Ensure that the cable is in good contact with the plug.

Figure 3-57 Crimping the connector

Step 4 To complete the assembly of the other end, repeat Step 1 through Step 3. ----End

3.4.3 Checking the Appearance of Contact Strips


This section describes how to check the contact strips and how to judge whether an assembled RJ45 connector is qualified.

Context
l To ensure proper contact between the crimped wires and the wire conductors, the heights and sizes of the contact strips must be standard and the same.
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The contact strips must be parallel to each other, with an offset less than 5. The top margin of a strip must be parallel to the axis of the connector, with an offset less than 10. To ensure conduction, the surface of the contact strips must be clean. The contact strips must be in good contact with the RJ45 socket. The plastic separators must remain intact and be aligned. The contact strip blade must extend beyond the ends of the wires. The ends of the wires must be in contact with the edge of the RJ45. The distance between them must be less than 0.5 mm (0.02 in.).

Procedure
Step 1 Hold the crimped connector, with the front side facing you, and check whether the contact strips are of the same height. The height should be 6.02 0.13 mm (0.237 0.005). If a measuring tool is not available, you can compare the connector with a standard connector. Figure 3-58 shows an unqualified piece, and Figure 3-59 shows a qualified piece.
NOTE

All unqualified pieces must be crimped again.

Figure 3-58 Contact strips of different heights

Figure 3-59 Contact strips of the same height

Step 2 Hold an RJ45 connector and turn it 45. Observe the top edges of the metal contact strips. Figure 3-60 shows an unqualified piece.
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Figure 3-60 Unparallel contact strips of different heights

Step 3 Check whether the contact strips are clean. If they are not clean and the dirt cannot be removed, replace it with a new RJ45 connector. Figure 3-61 shows an unqualified piece. Figure 3-61 Dirt on a contract strip

Step 4 Check whether the contact strips and the plastic separators are well aligned and intact. If a separator is skew and cannot be fixed, replace it with a new RJ45 connector. Figure 3-62 shows an unqualified piece. Figure 3-62 Skew plastic separators

Step 5 Hold the connector with the side facing towards you, and check whether you can see the crosssections of the wires. Ensure that the ends of the wires are in good contact with the edge of the
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RJ45, and that the contact strip blade extends beyond the ends of the wires and is crimped with the wires. If not, replace the connector. Figure 3-63 shows an unqualified piece. Figure 3-63 Wires not in good contact with the edge of the RJ45

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3.4.4 Testing the Connection of Assembled Cables


This topic describes how to test an assembled Ethernet cable, ensuring that the connectors and wires at both ends are correctly connected. This topic illustrates how to test a straight-through cable.

Context
Huawei provides two types of Ethernet cables: straight-through cables and crossover cables. l Straight-through cables are connected in a one-to-one manner. They are used to connect terminals such as a computer to network devices. Table 3-8 lists the connections of core wires in a straight-through cable. Table 3-8 Connections of core wires in a straight-through cable RJ45 Connector 1 2 1 6 3 4 5 8 7 RJ45 Connector 2 2 1 6 3 4 5 8 7 Core Wire Color Orange Orange-White Green Green-White Blue Blue-White Brown Brown-White Twisted Twisted Twisted Twisted or Not Twisted

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Crossover cables are connected in a crossover manner. They are used to connect terminals such as two computers. Table 3-9 lists the connections of core wires in a crossover cable. Table 3-9 Connections of core wires in a straight crossover cable RJ45 Connector 1 6 3 2 1 4 5 8 7 RJ45 Connector 2 2 1 6 3 4 5 8 7 Core Wire Color Orange Orange-White Green Green-White Blue Blue-White Brown Brown-White Twisted Twisted Twisted Twisted or Not Twisted

Figure 3-64 shows the pins of an RJ45 connector. Figure 3-64 Pins of an RJ45 connector

Pin8 Pin1

Procedure
Step 1 Feed both connectors of the cable into the ports of the cable tester. Step 2 After the connectors are properly inserted, turn on the tester. If the indicators from 1 to G turn on simultaneously, you can infer that the pins work normally and the wires are correctly connected.
NOTE

Turn the switch to the S position and check whether the indicators turn on simultaneously, as shown in Figure 3-65.

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Figure 3-65 Testing the conduction and connections of wires

Step 3 Gently shake the connector and repeat Step 2 to check whether the metal contact strips are in good contact with the core wires and Ethernet ports, as shown in Figure 3-66. Figure 3-66 Checking the reliability

The procedure for testing a crossover cable is the same as that for testing a straight-through cable except for the sequence in which the indicators turn on. You need to refer to the wire connections of a crossover cable. The Ethernet cable is qualified if the indicators turn on in the following sequence: At the master (left) section of the tester, the indicators turn on in the sequence of 1-8-G. At the slave (right) section of the tester, the indicators turn on in the sequence of 3-6-1-4-5-2-7-8-G. Otherwise, the Ethernet cable is unqualified.
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If a tester is not available, you can use a multimeter to perform a simple test, as shown in Figure 3-67.

Figure 3-67 Testing the connection of an Ethernet cable

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3.5 Installing Cable Accessories


This section describes how to install the cable accessories, such as power adapters, network adapters, coaxial connectors, SCSI connectors, and XLR connectors.

3.5.1 Precautions for Installing Cable Accessories


Tools
NOTE

The illustrations in this document may differ from actual situations. For example, in this document, the adapters of cable connectors have separate interfaces. In the actual situation, the adapters may have interfaces fixed on equipment.

Use dedicated tools provided or specified by Huawei and follow the installation procedure described here.

Bending Radius
Unless otherwise specified, bending radiuses (R) of cables or fibers must meet the requirements listed in Table 3-10.

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Table 3-10 Bending radiuses of cables or fibers Cable or Fiber Ordinary cable Feeder RF cable Fiber Bending Radius (R) In normal cases, R 2d. When the cable is connected with a connector, R 5d. R 7d In normal cases, R 15d. At the maximum limit, R 10d. R 40 mm (1.57 in.); Bending angle > 90

NOTE

The letter d indicates the diameter of a cable or fiber.

Precautions for Installation


l l Hold the terminals of cables instead of pulling the cables when installing or removing the cable components. Do not insert a connector forcibly when the connector is blocked. Pull out the connector by using a dedicated tool. Install the connector again after you check that the pins are inserted properly. Before tightening screws on cable connectors, ensure that the connectors are properly connected with their adapters. Use flathead or Phillips head screwdrivers and do not use too much force. To avoid damaging screws or adapters, do not tighten the screws forcibly. When removing densely aligned cables or fiber connectors, use dedicated pliers such as cable-pulling pliers and fiber-pulling pliers. Do not twist, bend, stretch, or extrude fibers during installation. Cover the fiber connectors that are not in use by using dustproof caps. Remove the dustproof caps before using the fiber connectors.

l l l

Requirements for Cable Routing


l l To protect cables, remove the burrs in the cable through-holes or install protective rings in the holes. To ease the connection and to avoid stress, keep slack at cable joints. After connecting multiple cables to a connector that has multiple interfaces, keep the cables slack to avoid stress generation. Bind or clean cables gently because cable distortion affects signal quality. Keep cables away from moveable components such as doors. Sharp objects must not be touched in cable wiring to ensure that cables are not damaged. To protect power cables, power cables of the active and standby power modules are laid separately.

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3.5.2 Installing Power Adapters


This section describes how to install OT terminals.

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Installing the OT Terminal


This section describes how to install one or two OT terminals on a post.

Procedure
l Install an OT terminal. 1. Align the hole of the OT terminal (conductor upward) with a connecting hole, as shown in Figure 3-68. Figure 3-68 Aligning the OT terminal with a connecting hole

NOTE

When you install an OT terminal, the crimping sleeve is installed as shown in Figure 3-69, where A is correct and B is wrong.

Figure 3-69 Installing an OT terminal, showing the orientation of crimping sleeve

2.

Mount a matching screw and fasten it in the clockwise direction, as shown in Figure 3-70.

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Figure 3-70 Installing two terminals back to back

CAUTION
Ensure that the OT terminal is not in contact with other terminals or metal components. 3. Move the cable slightly and ensure that it is securely connected, as shown in Figure 3-71. Figure 3-71 Installed OT terminal

Install two OT terminals on a post. Before you install two OT terminals on a post, ensure that the two terminals can be installed on the post and that the electrical connecting pieces have a large contact area. Two OT terminals can be installed using any of these methods: Bend the upper OT terminal at a 45- or 90-degree angle, as shown in Figure 3-72. Cross the two terminals, as shown in Figure 3-73. Install the two terminals back to back, as shown in Figure 3-74.

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Figure 3-72 Bending the upper OT terminal at a 45- or 90-degree angle

Figure 3-73 Crossing two terminals

Figure 3-74 Installing two terminals back to back

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CAUTION
If the two terminals are different in size, place the smaller one above the bigger one. A maximum of two terminals can be installed on a post. l To remove an OT terminal, loosen the screw in the counterclockwise direction.

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Installing the Cord End Terminal


This section describes how to install a cord end terminal.

Procedure
Step 1 Hold a cord end terminal upright and place it on a terminal jack, as shown in Figure 3-75. To ensure bump contact and dense connection, place the plain side of the terminal outwards. Figure 3-75 Placing a terminal on a terminal jack vertically

Step 2 Insert the terminal into the jack vertically, and fasten the terminal by turning the matching screw in the clockwise direction, as shown in Figure 3-76. Figure 3-76 Feeding the terminal into the jack

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CAUTION
l Ensure that the exposed section of the terminal should be less than 2 mm in length, as shown in Figure 3-77. l Do not press the insulation of the terminal. l Insert only one terminal into one jack.

Figure 3-77 Exposed section of the terminal

Step 3 Move the cable slightly and ensure that it is securely connected, as shown in Figure 3-78. Figure 3-78 Installed cord end terminal

Step 4 Before you remove a cord end terminal, loosen the screw in the counterclockwise direction. ----End
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3.5.3 Installing Ethernet Adapters


This section describes how to install Ethernet adapters.

Installing a Shielded Ethernet Connector


This section describes how to install a shielded Ethernet connector.

Procedure
Step 1 Hold the male and female connectors, with the male connector facing the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-79. Figure 3-79 Holding the male and female connectors

Step 2 Insert the male connector into the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-80. Figure 3-80 Feeding the male connector into the female connector

Step 3 Pull the connector slightly and ensure that it is securely connected.

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Figure 3-81 Installed Ethernet connector

Step 4 To remove an Ethernet connector, press the locking key and pull out the connector, as shown in Figure 3-82. Figure 3-82 Removing an Ethernet connector

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Installing an Unshielded Ethernet Connector


This section describes how to install an unshielded Ethernet connector.

Procedure
Step 1 Hold the male and female connectors, with the male connector facing the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-83.

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Figure 3-83 Holding the male and female connectors

Step 2 Feed the male connector into the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-84. Figure 3-84 Feeding the male connector into the female connector

Step 3 A crisp click indicates that the connector is locked by the locking key. Pull the connector slightly and ensure that it is securely connected. Figure 3-85 shows an installed Ethernet connector. Figure 3-85 Installed Ethernet connector

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Step 4 To remove an Ethernet connector, press the locking key and pull out the connector, as shown in Figure 3-86. Figure 3-86 Removing an Ethernet connector

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3.5.4 Installing Fiber Connectors


This section describes how to install various types of fiber connections and how to clean fiber connectors and MT connectors with guide pins.

Context

CAUTION
l After you remove the dustproof cap, ensure that the fiber pins are clean and install them as soon as possible. l When you disassemble fiber connectors, you must use a dedicated tool if the connectors are densely installed.

Instructions on How to Use an Optical Module


NOTE

Use only the modules supplied by HUAWEI.

Precautions for the loosened optical module


l When installing an optical module, force it into position. If a crack sound is heard or a slight tremor is felt, it indicates that the latch boss is secured. When the latch boss is not secured, the connecting finger is unstably connected to the connector on the board, and the link may become Up. On the condition that the optical module tremors or collides with another
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object, however, the optical module will be loosened or the optical signals will be temporarily cut off. l When inserting the optical module, make sure that the tab is closed. (At this time, the latch boss locks the optical module.) After the optical module is inserted, try pulling it out to see if it is installed in position. If the optical module cannot be pulled out, it is secured. The tab is open

The tab is closed

Precautions for receptacle contamination


l Clean tissues must be prepared for the deployment on site. You need to clean the optical connector before inserting it in the receptacle. This protects the receptacle against the contamination on the end surface of the optical connector.
NOTE

Use at least three cleaning tissues. Wipe the end of an optical connector horizontally in one direction, and then move the connector end to the unused part of the cleaning tissue to continue. Generally, one cleaning tissue can be used once for cleaning an optical connector.

To prevent contamination, the optical module should be covered with either a dust cap or an optical connector. Cover an optical module with a dust cap

Cover an optical module with an optical connector

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Lay the optical fibers on the Optical-fiber Distribution Frame (ODF) or coil them up in a fiber management tray. Make sure that the optical fibers are not squeezed.

If a receptacle or an optical connector has not been used for a long time and not covered with a dust cap, you should clean it before using it. A cotton swab is used to clean a receptacle, and a cleaning tissue is used to clean an optical connector.
NOTE

During the cleaning process, insert the cotton swab and turn it slowly in the receptacle. Do not use too much strength, because the receptacle may be damaged.

If optical signals are lost during the operation of a device, use the preceding method to clean the receptacle or the optical connector. In this manner, the possibility of contamination can be excluded.

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Precautions for the overload-caused burnt optical module


l When using an OTDR to test the connectivity or the attenuation of optical signals, disconnect the optical connector from the optical module. Otherwise, the optical module is probably burnt. When performing a self-loop test, use an optical attenuator. Do not loosen the optical connector instead. It is required that a long-distance optical module input optical power smaller than -7 dBm. If the input optical power is larger than -7 dBm, you need to add an optical attenuator. For example, if the transmiting optical power is X dBm and the optical attenuation is Y dB, the receiving optical power is X-Y, which must be smaller than -7dBm (X-Y<-7 dBm).

l l

Other precautions
l The optical connector should be horizontally inserted in the receptacle to avoid damages to the receptacle.

Mixed use of multi-mode and single-mode optical fibers is prohibited. Otherwise, faults such as signal loss may occur.

Cleaning Fiber Connectors


This section describes how to clean fiber connectors.

Procedure
Step 1 Clean the pins of a fiber connector by using lint-free cotton and alcohol. Step 2 Clean the pins again by using dust-free cotton. If necessary, clean the pins by using an air gun. ----End

Cleaning MT Connectors (MTP/MTRJ) with Guide Pins


This topic describes how to clean the guide pins of MT connectors.

Procedure
Step 1 Clean the guide pins by using lint-free cotton and alcohol. Step 2 Clean the pins again by using dry, lint-free cotton. Step 3 Clean the pins by using an air gun. ----End

Installing an FC Fiber Connector


This section describes how to install an FC fiber connector.
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Procedure
Step 1 Remove the dustproof cap of the FC connector and store it for future use. Step 2 Align the core pin of the male connector with that of the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-87. Figure 3-87 Aligning the male connector with the female connector

Step 3 Feed the male connector into the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-88. Figure 3-88 Feeding the male connector into the female connector

Step 4 Fasten the locking nut in the clockwise direction and ensure that the connector is securely installed, as shown in Figure 3-89.

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Figure 3-89 Fastening the locking nut

Step 5 To disassemble an FC fiber connector, loosen the locking nut in the counterclockwise direction, as shown in Figure 3-90. Figure 3-90 Disassembling an FC fiber connector

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Installing an LC Fiber Connector


This section describes how to install an LC fiber connector.

Procedure
Step 1 Remove the dustproof cap of the LC fiber connector and store it for future use. Step 2 Align the core pin of the male connector with that of the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-91.
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Figure 3-91 Aligning the male connector with the female connector

Step 3 Feed the male connector into the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-92. Figure 3-92 Feeding the male connector into the female connector

Step 4 A clicking sound indicates that the male connector is locked, as shown in Figure 3-93. Figure 3-93 Installed LC connector

Step 5 To disassemble an LC fiber connector, press the locking nut, as shown in Figure 3-94.
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Figure 3-94 Disassembling an LC fiber connector

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Installing the SC Fiber Connector


This section describes how to install an SC fiber connector.

Procedure
Step 1 Remove the dustproof cap of the SC fiber connector and store it for future use. Step 2 Align the core pin of the male connector with that of the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-95. Figure 3-95 Aligning the male connector with the female connector

Step 3 Feed the male connector into the female connector until you hear a clicking sound. The male and female connectors are securely installed, as shown in Figure 3-96.

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Figure 3-96 Installed SC fiber connector

Step 4 Before you disassemble an SC fiber connector, unlock the male connector by removing it slightly, as shown in Figure 3-97. Figure 3-97 Disassembling an SC fiber connector

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Installing an MTRJ Fiber Connector


This section describes how to install an MTRJ fiber connector.

Procedure
Step 1 Remove the dustproof cap of the MTRJ fiber connector and store it for future use. Step 2 Align the core pin of the male connector with that of the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-98.

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Figure 3-98 Aligning the male connector with the female connector

Step 3 Feed the male connector into the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-99. Figure 3-99 Feeding the male connector into the female connector

Step 4 A clicking sound indicates that the male connector is locked, as shown in Figure 3-100. Figure 3-100 Installed MTRJ fiber connector

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Step 5 To disassemble an MTRJ fiber connector, press the locking key, as shown in Figure 3-101. Figure 3-101 Disassembling an MTRJ fiber connector

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Installing an MPO Connector


This section describes how to install an MPO fiber connector.

Procedure
Step 1 Remove the dustproof cap of the MPO fiber connector and store it for future use. Step 2 Align the core pin of the male connector with that of the female connector, as shown in Figure 3-102. Figure 3-102 Aligning the male connector with the female connector

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Step 3 Hold the shell labeled "PUSH" and feed the male connector into the female connector until you hear a clicking sound. The male and female connectors are securely installed, as shown in Figure 3-103. Figure 3-103 Installed MPO fiber connector

Step 4 To disassemble an MPO fiber connector, hold the shell labeled "PULL" and remove the male connector, as shown in Figure 3-104. Figure 3-104 Disassembling an MPO fiber connector

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3.6 Attaching Engineering Labels


Engineering labels are used for equipment installation and maintenance. The labels help to ensure smooth installations and facilitate future maintenance.

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3.6.1 Labeling Power Cables


This topic describes how to label power cables. In this topic, power cables refer to DC power cables and AC power cables.

Context
Table 3-11 describes the contents of the engineering labels for DC power cables. Table 3-11 Contents of engineering labels for DC power cables Contents MN (BC) 48 V1 MN (BC) -48 V2 MN (BC) GND MN (BC) PGND Meaning MN (BC): The information of BC is mentioned right below the information of MN. On the cabinet side, MN identifies the cabinet number. On the power distribution frame (PDF) side, MN indicates the row number and column number of the power distribution equipment such as the control cabinet and the junction box. BC indicates the row number and column number of the -48 V connector. This item can be left blank if the connector can be identified directly. GND and PGND cables must not have row or column numbers.

NOTE

The GND and PGND are copper bars. All the wiring terminals on a copper bar are electrically connected. Thus, only the row and column information of the PDFs is required. For example, a cable labeled with A01-GND is connected to the GND bar in row A, column 01. The label for a cable connected to a PGND bar is marked in the same manner.

Figure 3-105 shows an engineering label for DC power cables. Figure 3-105 Engineering label for DC power cables

(1) Label on the cabinet side

(2) Label on the PDF side

The label on the cabinet side is marked with A01/B08- -48V2. It indicates that the cable is for -48V2 DC supply and is connected to the eighth wiring terminal in the second row of the -48 V busbar, row A and column 01 PDF.
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The label on the PDF side is marked with B03- -48V2. It indicates that the cable is for -48V2 DC supply and is connected to the cabinet in row B, column 03.

This topic describes how to label a PGND DC cable.

Procedure
Step 1 Obtain an engineering label and a label plate, as shown in Figure 3-106. Figure 3-106 Label and label plate
Label Plate Label

A05 PGND

Step 2 Attach the label in the center of the plate.


NOTE

You can attach the label on either side of the plate. Consistency, however, must be maintained in actual situations.

Step 3 Bind the cable tie 20 mm [0.79 in.] away from the plug, as shown in Figure 3-107.
NOTE

By default, the label is attached 20 mm [0.79 in.] away from the connector. If required, you can change the position to facilitate smooth installation. Consistency and neatness, however, must be maintained.

Figure 3-107 Binding the cable tie


A05 PG ND

Step 4 Tighten the cable tie to attach the label, as shown in Figure 3-108.

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Figure 3-108 Tightening the cable tie

Step 5 Cut off the surplus part of the cable tie evenly at the root by using cutting pliers, as shown in Figure 3-109 and Figure 3-110. Figure 3-109 Cutting off the surplus part of the cable tie

Figure 3-110 Installed label

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CAUTION
l Make sure that you attach engineering labels at both ends of a power cable. l For a horizontal cable, the label should be attached above the cable. For a vertical cable, the label should be attached on the right side of the cable. All the labels must be facing outwards. ----End

3.6.2 Labeling Signal Cables


This section describes how to label signal cables. Signal cables mentioned in this section refer to external alarm cables, Ethernet cables, fiber cables, and trunk cables (excluding antennas and feeders).

Procedure
Step 1 Obtain an engineering label and attach the long end of the label to the cable, as shown in Figure 3-111. Figure 3-111 Attaching an engineering label

Step 2 Attach the label 20 mm [0.79 in.] away from the connector, and turn over the long end. Ensure that the long end is aligned with the label.
NOTE

By default, the label is attached 20 mm [0.79 in.] away from the connector. If required, you can change the position to facilitate smooth installation. Consistency and neatness, however, must be maintained.

Step 3 There should be a 2-mm [0.079 in.] to 3-mm [0.118 in.] space between the label and the cable, as shown in Figure 3-112.

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Figure 3-112 Required space between the label and the cable

Step 4 Fold the lower edge of the label upwards, and align the upper edge with the lower edge, as shown in Figure 3-113 and Figure 3-114. Figure 3-113 Folding the lower edge upwards

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Figure 3-114 Installed label

----End

3.7 Replacing the Mold of the Crimping Pliers


This section describes how to replace the mold of COAX crimping tools.

Procedure
Step 1 Hold the handles of a pair of COAX crimping tools. Loosen the two fastening screws in the counterclockwise direction, as shown in Figure 3-115. Figure 3-115 Loosening two fastening screws

Step 2 Hold the handles of the COAX crimping tools to open the self-locking mechanism. The jaw of the COAX crimping tools opens automatically, as shown in Figure 3-116.

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Figure 3-116 Pliers jaw opening automatically

Step 3 Remove the mould from the COAX crimping tools, as shown in Figure 3-117. Figure 3-117 Removing the mould from the COAX crimping tools

Step 4 Place the mould to be installed into the jaw of the COAX crimping tools and align the screw holes, as shown in Figure 3-118.

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Figure 3-118 Installing a new mould in the COAX crimping tools

CAUTION
Keep the short side of the mould inwards and the long side outwards, with the teeth of the mould aligning from the larger size to the smaller size. Step 5 Hold the handles of the COAX crimping tools tightly to match the mould and the jaw completely. Align the screw holes, as shown in Figure 3-119. Figure 3-119 Aligning the screw holes

Step 6 Hold the handles of the COAX crimping tools with one hand. Tighten the two fastening screws in the clockwise direction. Figure 3-120 shows the mould installed in the COAX crimping tools.

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Figure 3-120 Mold installed in the COAX crimping tools

Figure 3-121 shows the mold installed in the crimping pliers. Figure 3-121 An installed mold

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About This Chapter
4.1 Installation Preparations 4.3 Installing the Chassis into the Cabinet 4.4 Installing the PGND Cable

Installing NE40E-X1

4.2 Requirements on Cabinets and Rack-mounting Ear

4.5 Installing Power Cables-DC Power Distribution 4.6 Installing an FIC/HIC 4.7 Laying Network Cables 4.8 Laying Optical Fibers 4.9 Powering On the Device

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4.1 Installation Preparations


1.Tools

Diagonal pliers

Phillips screwdriver

Flathead screwdriver

Heat gun

Marker

Ladder

ESD-preventive gloves

ESD-preventive wrist strap

Utility knife

Wire clippers

RJ45 crimping tool

Power cable crimping tool

Adjustable wrench

Multimeter

Wire stripper

Hydraulic pliers

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2.Installation Related Material


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. PVC black insulation tape Tie wrap Binding tape Heat-shrink tube Corrugated pipe Label

4.2 Requirements on Cabinets and Rack-mounting Ear


CAUTION
The device cannot be installed in an outdoor cabinet. Devices must be installed where there is no water leakage, dripping, or dewfall. If there is a possibility that small amounts of water or moisture may leak onto a cable, a drip loop needs to be formed along the cable. This will allow water drops to collect and drip down before reaching the device. A drip loop must meet the following criteria: l Unless otherwise specified, bending radiuses (R) of cables or fibers must meet the requirements listed in Table 4-1. Table 4-1 Bending radiuses of cables or fibers Cable or Fiber Ordinary cable Bending Radius (R) In normal cases, R 2d. When the cable is connected with a connector, R 5d. The letter d indicates the diameter of a cable or fiber.

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Cable or Fiber Fiber

Bending Radius (R) R 40 mm( 1.57 in. ), Bending angle > 90

The lowest point of the drip loop should be 10 cm( 3.94 in. )to 20 cm( 7.87 in. ) below the level at which the cable connects to the device or is fed into a cabinet through an inlet.

3.94 in.~7.87 in.

Requirements on Rack-mounting Ear


l The chassis can be installed in an N63B cabinet, an N68E cabinet, an N66 cabinet, or a 19inch standard cabinet.
NOTE

Before installing the chassis, ensure that the cabinet is installed. The cabinet can be installed on an ESD-preventive floor or a cement floor. For details on the procedure for installing the cabinet, refer to the Cabinet Installation Guide delivered along with the cabinet.

l l

The chassis can be installed in a cabinet without slide rails. Install slide rails as required. By default, the delivered rack-mounting ears are applicable to the 19-inch cabinet. If the chassis is installed in other cabinet, replace the rack-mounting ear as required. If the chassis is installed in N63B cabinet, the rack-mounting ears for 19-inch cabinet and ETSI cabinet are both needed. Rack-mounting ears installed in N63B cabinet

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Rack-mounting ears installed in N68E, or 19-inch standard cabinet

Installation in One Cabinet


Chassis can be stacked up in a cabinet or on a rack. Make sure that all stacked-up chassis draw air in the same direction and exhaust air in the same direction. If chassis are not stacked up, the space between them for heat dissipation must be 2 U( 88.90 mm or 3.50 in.) or more. When the chassis is installed in the same cabinet with other devices, if the device under the chassis exhausts air from the top, it is required that the temperature at the air exhaust vent be below 50C( 122F ). Otherwise, an air deflector must be installed at the air exhaust vent. If a chassis is installed on a 19-inch open rack which is placed in the same line with other racks, the space between the chassis and another chassis on the neighboring rack must be more than 600 mm( 23.62 in. ).

4.3 Installing the Chassis into the Cabinet


1. Unpacking the carton.

NOTE

Space permitting, carry the carton into or near the equipment room before unpacking it. This can prevent the chassis from being damaged when it is moved without protection.

2.

Cut the captive nut installation template and select a suitable installation template based on the cabinet type. Then, use the template to position the captive nuts and slide rails to be installed, and mark the positions with a marker.

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3.

Install captive nuts and slide rails to the marked positions.

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Install the slide rails in the 19-inch open rack.

NOTE The chassis can be installed in the 19-inch open rack without slide rails. If there is enough space in the 19-inch open rack. the slide rails are proposed.

Install the slide rails in the N63B cabinet.

4.

Installing the Chassis into the Cabinet.

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CAUTION
If the device is installed in the N63B cabinet, connect the PGND cable to the grounding terminal on the left of the chassis before installing the chassis into the cabinet. l For cabinets with slide rails, install the chassis as following steps. For the N63B cabinet, install the rack-mounting ears on the middle of the chassis. Put the chassis on the slide rails and then fix rack-mounting ears to the cabinet using M6 screws.

For the N68E cabinet and 19-inch open racks, remove the screws on the left of the chassis, put the chassis on the slide rails and then fix rack-mounting ears to the cabinet using M6 screws. Keep the removed screws properly for installing the PGND cable in future.

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l For cabinets without slide rails, install the chassis as following steps. (1) Fix M6 screws on the downmost screw holes of both sides, and reserve a gap between the M6 screws and the mounting rails for rack-mounting ears.

CAUTION
Make sure the M6 screws are enough fixed on the screw holes of both sides and the chassis can not drop.

(2) Installing the chassis into a cabinet, and the hardy hole of the rack-mounting ears inserted into the gap between the M6 screws and the mounting rails. Secure the chassis to the cabinet by using M6 screws.

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5.

Installing the cable shelf.

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4.4 Installing the PGND Cable


1. Make temporary marks on both ends of the protection grounding (PGND) cable by using a marker.

2.

Lay the PGND cable along the cabling rack, and connect the PGND cable to the protection grounding terminal on the top of the cabinet. Connect one end of the PGND cable to the grounding bar of the equipment room.

3.

Install the PGND cable of the chassis. Connect one end of the PGND cable to the chassis and another end to the cabinet.

CAUTION
If the device is installed in the N63B cabinet, the grounding cable is connected to the grounding terminal on the left side of the chassis. If the device is installed in the 19-inch open rack, the grounding cable is connected to the grounding terminal on the front of the chassis.

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Installing in the N63B cabinet.

Installing in the 19-inch open rack.

4.

Affix permanent labels 20 mm ( 0.79 in. ) from both ends of the PGND cable of the cabinet.

4.5 Installing Power Cables-DC Power Distribution


DANGER
Do not install power cables with the power on. This is to avoid injuries.

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Power cables can be laid upwards or downwards. Here, upward cabling is taken as an example.

1.

Make temporary marks on both ends of each power cable by using a marker.

2.

Lay power cables along the cabling rack and then onto the chassis.

3.

Remove the plastic cover from each power module.

4.

Connect the DC power cables to the corresponding terminals. After installing power cables, install the plastic cover to each power module. Connecting one end of the power cables to the PDF.
NOTE

Connect the black power cable to the RTN(+) terminal and the blue power cable to the NEG(-) terminal.

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5.

Use tie wraps to bind the cables every 100 mm ( 3.94 in. ) upwards from the bottom end, and fix the cables to the cabling rack.
(3.94 in.)

6.

Affix permanent labels 20 mm ( 0.79 in. ) from both ends of each power cable of the cabinet.

4.6 Installing an FIC/HIC


Slots Layout

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8 PSU 6 MPU 10 FAN 4 FIC/HIC 2 FIC/HIC 1 NPU

9 PSU 7 MPU 5 FIC/HIC 3 FIC/HIC

Installing an FIC/HIC

CAUTION
l Before installing the boards, wear the ESD wrist strap or ESD-preventive gloves to prevent the electrostatic discharge of the human body from damaging the sensitive components. l The device adopts right-side cabling mode. Therefore, you are recommended to preferentially install Flexible Interface Cards (FICs) / High-speed Interface Cards (HICs) and connect cables on the right side. l The FICs/HICs with optical fibers are proposed to installed in the left slots of the chassis to avoid staving the optical fibers. 1.Insert an FIC/HIC smoothly along the slide 2.Turn the upper and lower ejector levers 45 rails in the slot. degrees outward. When the FIC/HIC is completely inserted and properly seated in the slot, turn the upper and lower ejector levers inward to secure the FIC/HIC.

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3.Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the two captive screws.

4.7 Laying Network Cables


CAUTION
The clearance between the power cable, PGND cable, and signal cable must be larger than 5 mm ( 0.20 in. ). Make sure the network cables are shielded ethernet cables. 1. Make temporary marks on both ends of each network cable by using a marker.

2.

Lay network cables along the cabling rack. Lead the network cables into the cabinet through the cable aperture on the top of the cabinet.

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3.

Lay the network cables near the slots along the cabling trough, and connect the cables to the corresponding interfaces. Use tie wraps to bind the cables every 200 mm ( 7.87 in. ), and then fix the cables to the cabinet.

CAUTION
Bind the network cables to form a rectangle inside the cabinet. Each bundle contains a maximum of 20 network cables. The tie wraps must be tidy and in the same direction.

(7.87 in.)

4.

Affix permanent labels 20 mm ( 0.79 in. ) from both ends of each network cable.

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4.8 Laying Optical Fibers


1. Make temporary marks on both ends of each optical fiber by using a marker. Bind the optical fibers, and then insert each bundle of optical fibers in a corrugated pipe.

2.

Use adhesive tapes on both ends of a corrugated pipe for anti-cut treatment.

NOTE

For a close-end corrugated pipe, you must do anti-cut treatment and then insert optical fibers. For an open-ended corrugated pipe, you must insert optical fibers and then do anti-cut treatment.

3.

Lay the corrugated pipe along the cabling rack. Lead the corrugated pipe about 100 mm ( 3.94 in. ) into the cabinet through the cable aperture on the top of the cabinet, and then fix the corrugated pipe to the cabinet using tie wraps.

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(3.94 in.)

CAUTION
The clearance between the power cable, PGND cable, and signal cable must be larger than 5 mm ( 0.20 in. ). The minimum bending radius of an optical fiber must be larger than 40 mm ( 1.57 in. ). 4. Remove the dust cap from an optical interface and insert an optical module in the optical interface.
NOTE

Dust caps must be installed in the optical interfaces without optical modules.

5.

Lay the optical fibers near the slots along the cabling trough, remove protective caps from optical fibers, and connect the optical fibers to the corresponding optical modules.
NOTE

Dust caps must be installed to the optical modules that are not connected to any optical fibers.

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6.

Bind optical fibers every 200 mm ( 7.87 in. ) with binding tapes. After binding the optical fibers with binding tapes, use tie wraps to fix the bundle of the optical fibers to the cabling rack.

(7.87 in.)

CAUTION
The optical fibers must be bound properly so that you can pull them out freely from the binding tapes. 7. Affix permanent labels 20 mm ( 0.79 in. ) from both ends of the optical fiber.

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NOTE

After installing the device, you need to install the cabinet door. For details about the installation of the cabinet door, refer to the Cabinet Installation Guide.

4.9 Powering On the Device


NOTE

Power on the device only when the input voltage is in the normal range. If the IN indicator on the power module is on (green), it indicates that the part functions normally. If the FAN indicator on the fan module is on (green), it indicates that the part functions normally.

Table 4-2 Description of the indicators on a power module Indicator IN Color Green Description If the indicator is steady green, it indicates that the power input is normal. If the indicator is off, it indicates that the device is not supplied with -48 V or -60 V power. OUT Green If the indicator is steady green, it indicates that the power module works normally and supplies stable power. If the indicator is off, it indicates that the power module is switched off or has a hardware fault.
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Indicator

Color Red

Description If indicator is steady red, it indicates that the hardware of the power module fails or the device is not supplied with -48 V or -60 V power.

Table 4-3 Description of the indicators on a fan module Indicator FAN Color Green Description If the indicator is steady green, it indicates that the fan module works normally. If the indicator is off, it indicates that the fan module fails to be unregistered, is not powered on, or has a hardware fault. Red If the indicator is steady red, it indicates that the fan module is faulty.

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About This Chapter
5.1 Installation Preparations 5.3 Installing the Chassis into the Cabinet 5.4 Installing the PGND Cable

Installing NE40E-X2

5.2 Requirements on Cabinets and Rack-mounting Ear

5.5 Installing Power Cables-DC Power Distribution 5.6 Installing an FIC/HIC 5.7 Laying Network Cables 5.8 Laying Optical Fibers 5.9 Powering On the Device

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5.1 Installation Preparations


1.Tools

Diagonal pliers

Phillips screwdriver

Flathead screwdriver

Heat gun

Marker

Ladder

ESD-preventive gloves

ESD-preventive wrist strap

Utility knife

Wire clippers

RJ45 crimping tool

Power cable crimping tool

Adjustable wrench

Multimeter

Wire stripper

Hydraulic pliers

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2.Installation Related Material


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. PVC black insulation tape Tie wrap Binding tape Heat-shrink tube Corrugated pipe Label

5.2 Requirements on Cabinets and Rack-mounting Ear


CAUTION
The device cannot be installed in an outdoor cabinet. Devices must be installed where there is no water leakage, dripping, or dewfall. If there is a possibility that small amounts of water or moisture may leak onto a cable, a drip loop needs to be formed along the cable. This will allow water drops to collect and drip down before reaching the device. A drip loop must meet the following criteria: l Unless otherwise specified, bending radiuses (R) of cables or fibers must meet the requirements listed in Table 5-1. Table 5-1 Bending radiuses of cables or fibers Cable or Fiber Ordinary cable Bending Radius (R) In normal cases, R 2d. When the cable is connected with a connector, R 5d. The letter d indicates the diameter of a cable or fiber.

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Cable or Fiber Fiber

Bending Radius (R) R 40 mm( 1.57 in. ), Bending angle > 90

The lowest point of the drip loop should be 10 cm( 3.94 in. ) to 20 cm( 7.87 in. ) below the level at which the cable connects to the device or is fed into a cabinet through an inlet.

3.94 in.~7.87 in.

Requirements on Rack-mounting Ear


l The chassis can be installed in an N63B cabinet, an N68E cabinet, an N66 cabinet, or a 19inch standard cabinet.
NOTE

Before installing the chassis, ensure that the cabinet is installed. The cabinet can be installed on an ESD-preventive floor or a cement floor. For details on the procedure for installing the cabinet, refer to the Cabinet Installation Guide delivered along with the cabinet.

l l

The chassis can be installed in a cabinet without slide rails. Install slide rails as required. By default, the delivered rack-mounting ears are applicable to the 19-inch cabinet. If the chassis is installed in other cabinet, replace the rack-mounting ear as required. If the chassis is installed in N63B cabinet, the rack-mounting ears for 19-inch cabinet and ETSI cabinet are both needed. Rack-mounting ears installed in N63B cabinet

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Rack-mounting ears installed in N68E, or 19-inch standard cabinet

Installation in One Cabinet


Chassis can be stacked up in a cabinet or on a rack. Make sure that all stacked-up chassis draw air in the same direction and exhaust air in the same direction. If chassis are not stacked up, the space between them for heat dissipation must be 2 U( 88.90 mm or 3.50 in. ) or more. When the chassis is installed in the same cabinet with other devices, if the device under the chassis exhausts air from the top, it is required that the temperature at the air exhaust vent be below 50C( 122F). Otherwise, an air deflector must be installed at the air exhaust vent. If a chassis is installed on a 19-inch open rack which is placed in the same line with other racks, the space between the chassis and another chassis on the neighboring rack must be more than 600 mm( 23.62 in. ).

5.3 Installing the Chassis into the Cabinet


1. Unpacking the carton.

NOTE

Space permitting, carry the carton into or near the equipment room before unpacking it. This can prevent the chassis from being damaged when it is moved without protection.

2.

Cut the captive nut installation template and select a suitable installation template based on the cabinet type. Then, use the template to position the captive nuts and slide rails to be installed, and mark the positions with a marker.

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Install captive nuts and slide rails to the marked positions.

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Install the slide rails in the 19-inch open rack.

NOTE The chassis can be installed in the 19-inch open rack without slide rails. If there is enough space in the 19-inch open rack. the slide rails are proposed.

Install the slide rails in the N63B cabinet.

4.

Installing the Chassis into the Cabinet.

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CAUTION
If the device is installed in the N63B cabinet, connect the PGND cable to the grounding terminal on the left of the chassis before installing the chassis into the cabinet. l For cabinets with slide rails, install the chassis as following steps. For the N63B cabinet, install the rack-mounting ears on the middle of the chassis. Put the chassis on the slide rails and then fix rack-mounting ears to the cabinet using M6 screws.

For the N68E cabinet and 19-inch open racks, remove the screws on the left of the chassis, put the chassis on the slide rails and then fix rack-mounting ears to the cabinet using M6 screws. Keep the removed screws properly for installing the PGND cable in future.

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l For cabinets of without slide rails, install as follow steps. (1) Fix M6 screws on the downmost screw holes of both sides, and reserve a gap between the M6 screws and the mounting rails for rack-mounting ears.

CAUTION
Make sure the M6 screws are enough fixed on the screw holes of both sides and the chassis can not drop.

(2) Installing the chassis into a cabinet, and the hardy hole of the rack-mounting ears inserted into the gap between the M6 screws and the mounting rails. Secure the chassis to the cabinet by using M6 screws.

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5.

Installing the cable shelf.

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5.4 Installing the PGND Cable


1. Make temporary marks on both ends of the protection grounding (PGND) cable by using a marker.

2.

Lay the PGND cable along the cabling rack, and connect the PGND cable to the protection grounding terminal on the top of the cabinet. Connect one end of the PGND cable to the grounding bar of the equipment room.

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3.

Install the PGND cable of the chassis. Connect one end of the PGND cable to the chassis and another end to the cabinet.

CAUTION
If the device is installed in the N63B cabinet, the grounding cable is connected to the grounding terminal on the left side of the chassis. If the device is installed in the 19-inch open rack, the grounding cable is connected to the grounding terminal on the front of the chassis. Installing in the N63B cabinet.

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Installing in the 19-inch open rack.

4.

Affix permanent labels 20 mm( 0.79 in. ) from both ends of the PGND cable of the cabinet.

5.5 Installing Power Cables-DC Power Distribution


DANGER
Do not install power cables with the power on. This is to avoid injuries.
NOTE

Power cables can be laid upwards or downwards. Here, upward cabling is taken as an example.

1.

Make temporary marks on both ends of each power cable by using a marker.

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2.

Lay power cables along the cabling rack and then onto the chassis.

3.

Remove the plastic cover from each power module.

4.

Connect the DC power cables to the corresponding terminals. After installing power cables, install the plastic cover to each power module. Connecting one end of the power cables to the PDF.
NOTE

Connect the black power cable to the RTN(+) terminal and the blue power cable to the NEG(-) terminal.

505 kgf.cm

5.

Use tie wraps to bind the cables every 100 mm ( 3.94 in. ) upwards from the bottom end, and fix the cables to the cabling rack.

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(3.94 in.)

6.

Affix permanent labels 20 mm ( 0.79 in. ) from both ends of each power cable of the cabinet.

5.6 Installing an FIC/HIC


Slots Layout

13 PSU 11 FIC 9 FIC/HIC 15 FAN 8 NPU 7 NPU 5 FIC/HIC 3 FIC 1 MPU

14 PSU 12 FIC 10 FIC/HIC

6 FIC/HIC 4 FIC 2 MPU

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Installing an FIC/HIC

CAUTION
l Before installing the boards, wear the ESD wrist strap or ESD-preventive gloves to prevent the electrostatic discharge of the human body from damaging the sensitive components. l The device adopts right-side cabling mode. Therefore, you are recommended to preferentially install Flexible Interface Cards (FICs) / High-speed Interface Cards (HICs) and connect cables on the right side. l The FICs/HICs with optical fibers are proposed to installed in the left slots of the chassis to avoid staving the optical fibers. 1.Insert an FIC/HIC smoothly along the slide 2.Turn the upper and lower ejector levers 45 degrees outward. When the FIC/HIC is rails in the slot. completely inserted and properly seated in the slot, turn the upper and lower ejector levers inward to secure the FIC/HIC.

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3.Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the two captive screws.

5.7 Laying Network Cables


CAUTION
The clearance between the power cable, PGND cable, and signal cable must be larger than 5 mm ( 0.20 in. ). Make sure the network cables are shielded ethernet cables. 1. Make temporary marks on both ends of each network cable by using a marker.

2.

Lay network cables along the cabling rack. Lead the network cables into the cabinet through the cable aperture on the top of the cabinet.

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3.

Lay the network cables near the slots along the cabling trough, and connect the cables to the corresponding interfaces. Use tie wraps to bind the cables every 200 mm ( 7.87 in. ), and then fix the cables to the cabinet.

CAUTION
Bind the network cables to form a rectangle inside the cabinet. Each bundle contains a maximum of 20 network cables. The tie wraps must be tidy and in the same direction.

(7.87 in.)

4.

Affix permanent labels 20 mm ( 0.79 in. ) from both ends of each network cable.

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5.8 Laying Optical Fibers


1. Make temporary marks on both ends of each optical fiber by using a marker. Bind the optical fibers, and then insert each bundle of optical fibers in a corrugated pipe.

2.

Use adhesive tapes on both ends of a corrugated pipe for anti-cut treatment.

NOTE

For a close-end corrugated pipe, you must do anti-cut treatment and then insert optical fibers. For an open-ended corrugated pipe, you must insert optical fibers and then do anti-cut treatment.

3.

Lay the corrugated pipe along the cabling rack. Lead the corrugated pipe about 100 mm ( 3.94 in. ) into the cabinet through the cable aperture on the top of the cabinet, and then fix the corrugated pipe to the cabinet using tie wraps.

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(3.94 in.)

CAUTION
The clearance between the power cable, PGND cable, and signal cable must be larger than 5 mm ( 0.20 in. ). The minimum bending radius of an optical fiber must be larger than 40 mm ( 1.57 in. ). 4. Remove the dust cap from an optical interface and insert an optical module in the optical interface.
NOTE

Dust caps must be installed in the optical interfaces without optical modules.

5.

Lay the optical fibers near the slots along the cabling trough, remove protective caps from optical fibers, and connect the optical fibers to the corresponding optical modules.
NOTE

Dust caps must be installed to the optical modules that are not connected to any optical fibers.

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6.

Bind optical fibers every 200 mm ( 7.87 in. ) with binding tapes. After binding the optical fibers with binding tapes, use tie wraps to fix the bundle of the optical fibers to the cabling rack.

(7.87 in.)

CAUTION
The optical fibers must be bound properly so that you can pull them out freely from the binding tapes. 7. Affix permanent labels 20 mm ( 0.79 in.) from both ends of the optical fiber.

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NOTE

After installing the device, you need to install the cabinet door. For details about the installation of the cabinet door, refer to the Cabinet Installation Guide.

5.9 Powering On the Device


NOTE

Power on the device only when the input voltage is in the normal range. If the IN indicator on the power module is on (green), it indicates that the part functions normally. If the FAN indicator on the fan module is on (green), it indicates that the part functions normally.

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Table 5-2 Description of the indicators on a power module Indicator IN Color Green Description If the indicator is steady green, it indicates that the power input is normal. If the indicator is off, it indicates that the device is not supplied with -48 V or -60 V power. OUT Green If the indicator is steady green, it indicates that the power module works normally and supplies stable power. If the indicator is off, it indicates that the power module is switched off or has a hardware fault. Red If indicator is steady red, it indicates that the hardware of the power module fails or the device is not supplied with -48 V or -60 V power.

Table 5-3 Description of the indicators on a fan module Indicator FAN Color Green Description If the indicator is steady green, it indicates that the fan module works normally. If the indicator is off, it indicates that the fan module fails to be unregistered, is not powered on, or has a hardware fault. Red If the indicator is steady red, it indicates that the fan module is faulty.

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About This Chapter

Powering on Devices

This chapter describes to the procedures for power on and power off a device. 6.1 Checking the Installation After you complete the hardware installation, you need to check the installation of the devices and cables.

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6.1 Checking the Installation


After you complete the hardware installation, you need to check the installation of the devices and cables.

Prerequisite
All hardware devices and cables must be installed.

Background Information
A check before power-on is performed to ensure that the hardware is installed properly. This is mainly to check the appearance of the devices, and also the cabinet, cables, plugs, sockets, labels, and environment.

6.1.1 Device Installation Checklist


This section provides a checklist for checking an installed device before power-on.

CAUTION
Before power-on, make sure that the switches of all power distribution units (PDUs) and power distribution frames (PDFs) are in the "OFF" state. Table 6-1 lists the items that need to be checked for the installed device. Table 6-1 Checklist for the installed device No. 1 2 Check Item and Description The cabinet is placed as required in the design drawing. The expansion bolts used to fix the cabinet or holder to the ground are fastened firmly. Flat washers and spring washers are used and spring washers are placed on top of flat washers. Method Check this according to the engineering design document. Check this according to the following figure.

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No. 3

Check Item and Description The installation holes on the support and feet are fit for the expansion bolts. The support is insulated from the ground; the floor holder is insulated from the guide rails.

Method Check this by measuring the megohm range of a multimeter. The resistance of each insulating point must be greater than 5 megohms.

The cabinets in the same row are evenly aligned with each other. Rows of cabinets are aligned along the main aisle, with a deviation of up to 5 mm. The accessories on the front and back doors of the cabinet are present. A connecting plate is installed if two cabinets are attached to each other. The front door of the cabinet can be opened and closed smoothly.

Check this by unlocking the door according to the following figure.

Check this by locking the door according to the following figure.

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Check Item and Description The boards can be plugged and removed smoothly. Screws on the board panels, if any, are fastened properly. The steel wires on the screws are intact. The surfaces of the device are clean and tidy. No component of the cabinet is deformed. Otherwise, it will affect the appearance of the entire device. All labels are correct, clear, and complete. The cabinet is clean and there are no dust particles inside the cabinet. There are no extra bundling straps, cable ends, or other foreign objects inside the cabinet. The electrostatic discharge (ESD)preventive wrist strap is inserted into the ESD-preventive hole on the cabinet.

Method -

10

Check this according to the following figure.

11

Blank filler panels are installed in all empty slots.

6.1.2 Cable Installation Checklist


This section provides a checklist for checking the installed cables.

Power Cables and Grounding Cables


Table 6-2 lists the items that need to be checked for the installed power cables and grounding cables.

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Table 6-2 Checklist for the installed power cables and grounding cables No. 1 Check Item and Description Each power cable or grounding cable must be a single cable with a copper wire inside it. The cables must be connected reliably according to the standards. The power cables and grounding cables of the devices are connected reliably. For each grounding terminal, the spring washer is placed on top of the flat washer. The lug of a power cable or a grounding cable are welded or pressed firmly. The power cables and grounding cables outside the cabinet are straight. They are bundled separately from other types of cables. Method -

3 4

Check this according to the following figure.

The extra ends of the power cables and grounding cables are cut off instead of being coiled. The grounding cable for the cabinet door is connected reliably and firmly. Each power cable or grounding cable must be labeled according to the standards. The labels are stuck on a fixed position on the cables and they face the same direction (including the label on the power distribution switch). It is recommended that the labels be stuck at 20 mm (0.79 in.) away from the plugs. The power cables and grounding cables outside the cabinet are at least 30 mm (1.18 in.) away from the signal cables.

6 7

Cables Inside the Cabinet


Table 6-3 lists the items that need to be checked for the installed cables inside the cabinet.

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Table 6-3 Checklist for the installed cables inside the cabinet No. 1 2 Check Item and Description The cables are connected properly and firmly. The cable ties do not overlap. They are cut smoothly and evenly at both ends without any burr or sharp edge. Method -

Signal Cables
Table 6-4 lists the items that need to be checked for the installed signal cables. Table 6-4 Checklist for the installed signal cables No. 1 2 3 Check Item and Description All the signal cables have passed the continuity test before they are laid. The signal cables are not laid over the heat-dissipation mesh of the cabinet. Adequate space is provided for the cables at the turning points. The cables cannot be compressed at the turning points. Method Check this according to the following figure.

The cables are straight and smooth. The cables inside the cabinet are not crossed and the cables outside the cabinet are bundled. Each signal cable is clearly labeled at both ends. The labels face the same direction.

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Check Item and Description The screws on the cables, if any, are fastened firmly.

Method -

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A
Describes the parameters of the NE40E. A.1 Dimension and Weight A.2 Board Power Consumption and Weight A.3 List of LPU Interface Attributes This chapter presents the list of LPU Interface Attributes.

Parameters

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A.1 Dimension and Weight


Table A-1 shows the dimensions of the N63B cabinet and the NE40E chassis. Table A-1 Dimension parameters of the devices Device N63B NE40E-X1 NE40E-X2 Dimension (width x depth x height) 600mm300mm2200mm( 23.62 x 11.81 x 86.61 ) 442mm220mm132mm( 17.41 x 8.66 x 5.20 ) 442mm220mm222mm( 17.41 x 8.66 x 8.74 )

Table A-2 shows the weights of the N63B cabinet and the NE40E chassis. Table A-2 Weights parameters of the devices Device N63B NE40E-X1 Weight (kg(lb)) 56.6 kg ( 124.8 lb ) Empty chassis: 3.85 kg ( 8.49 lb ) Full chassis: 14 kg ( 30.87 lb ) NE40E-X2 Empty chassis: 5.95 kg ( 13.12 lb ) Full chassis: 21 kg ( 46.31 lb )

A.2 Board Power Consumption and Weight


Table A-3 lists the nominal power consumption and weight of each type of board supported by the NE40E. Table A-3 board power consumption and weight Full Name Powe r Cons umpt ion 24 W 200 W Heat Dissipation Weight

Main process Unit MPUG Network processing Unit NPUI20


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0.64 kg ( 1.41 lb ) 2.62 kg ( 5.78 lb )


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Full Name

Powe r Cons umpt ion 17 W 22 W 13 W 9W 15 W 15 W 10 W 17 W

Heat Dissipation

Weight

8-port 100/1000Base-X-SFP HIC 8-port 100/1000Base-X-SFP 1588v2 HIC A 8-port 100Base-X-SFP 1588v2 flexible card 8-port 100Base-RJ45 1588v2 flexible card 16-port E1 flexible card (75 ohms) 16-port E1 flexible card (120 ohms) 4-port 100Base-RJ45 1588v2 flexible card (supporting AUXQ) 1-port channelized OC3c/STM1c POSSFP flexible card

55 BTU/hour 71 BTU/hour 42 BTU/hour 29 BTU/hour 49 BTU/hour 49 BTU/hour 32 BTU/hour 55 BTU/hour

0.62 kg ( 1.37 lb ) 0.69 kg ( 1.52 lb ) 0.45 kg ( 0.99 lb ) 0.43 kg ( 0.95 lb ) 0.45 kg ( 0.99 lb ) 0.45 kg ( 0.99 lb ) 0.44 kg ( 0.97 lb ) 0.55 kg ( 1.21 lb )

A.3 List of LPU Interface Attributes


This chapter presents the list of LPU Interface Attributes.

A.3.1 Interface Attributes of 100Base-TX/1000Base-T-RJ45


Table A-4 lists the interface attributes of 100Base-TX/1000Base-T-RJ45. Table A-4 Interface attributes of the 100Base-TX/1000Base-T-RJ45 Attributes Connector type Working mode Cable specification Description RJ45 100M/1000M auto-sensing and half-duplex and full-duplex When the interface rate is 1000 Mbit/s, Category 5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable is recommended. When the interface rate is 1000 Mbit/s, Super category 5 Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) cable is recommended. Ethernet_II, Ethernet_SAP, and Ethernet_SNAP IP

Frame format Network protocol

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A.3.2 Interface Attributes of 100Base-FX


Table A-5 lists the interface attributes of 100Base-FX. Table A-5 Attributes of 100M SFP optical modules Attributes Transmission distance Center wavelength Minimum transmitting power Maximum transmitting power Receiving sensitivity Overload power Optical fiber type Description 2 km ( 1.24 mi ) 1310 nm -19.0 dBm -14.0 dBm -30.0 dBm -14.0 dBm Multi-mode 15 km ( 9.32 mi ) 1310 nm -15.0 dBm -8.0 dBm -31.0 dBm -8.0 dBm Single-mode 40 km ( 24.86 mi ) 1310 nm -5.0 dBm 0 dBm -37.0 dBm -10.0 dBm Single-mode 80 km ( 49.71 mi ) 1550 nm -5.0 dBm 0 dBm -37.0 dBm -10.0 dBm Single-mode

A.3.3 Interface Attributes of 1000Base-X-SFP


Table A-6 lists the interface attributes of 1000Base-X-SFP. Table A-6 Interface attributes of the 1000Base-X-SFP Attributes Connector type Interface attributes Working mode Compliant standard Frame format Network protocol Description LC/PC Compliant with the selected SFP optical module. (For the attributes of SFP modules, see Table A-7 and Table A-8.) Full-duplex IEEE 802.3-2002 Ethernet_II, Ethernet_SAP, and Ethernet_SNAP IP

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Table A-7 Attributes of 1000M SFP optical modules Attributes Transmission distance Center wavelength Minimum transmitting power Maximum transmitting power Receiving sensitivity Overload power Optical fiber type Description 0.55 km (0.31 mi) 850 nm -9.5 dBm 10 km (6.21 mi) 1310 nm -9.5 dBm 40 km (24.86 mi) 1310 nm -4.5 dBm 40 km (24.86 mi) 1550 nm -4.0 dBm 80 km (49.71 mi) 1550 nm -2.0 dBm 5.0 dBm 100 km (62.14 mi) 1550 nm 0 dBm

-2.5 dBm

-3.0 dBm

3.0 dBm

1.0 dBm

5.0 dBm

-17.0 dBm 0 dBm Multimode

-20.0 dBm -3.0 dBm Singlemode

-22.5 dBm -3.0 dBm Singlemode

-21.0 dBm -3.0 dBm Singlemode

-23.0 dBm -3.0 dBm Singlemode

-30.0 dBm -9.0 dBm Singlemode

Table A-8 Attributes of 1000M colorized optical modules Attributes Transmission distance Center wavelength Minimum transmitting power Maximum transmitting power Receiving sensitivity Overload power Optical fiber type Description 70 km (43.50 mi) 1470 nm 0 dBm 70 km (43.50 mi) 1490 nm 0 dBm 70 km (43.50 mi) 1510 nm 0 dBm 70 km (43.50 mi) 1530 nm 0 dBm 70 km (43.50 mi) 1550 nm 0 dBm 70 km (43.50 mi) 1570 nm 0 dBm 70 km (43.5 0 mi) 1590 nm 0 dBm 5 dBm -23.0 dBm 0 dBm Singl emode 70 km (43.50 mi) 1610 nm 0 dBm

5 dBm

5 dBm

5 dBm

5 dBm

5 dBm

5 dBm

5 dBm

-23.0 dBm 0 dBm Single -mode

-23.0 dBm 0 dBm Singlemode

-23.0 dBm 0 dBm Singlemode

-23.0 dBm 0 dBm Singlemode

-23.0 dBm 0 dBm Singlemode

-23.0 dBm 0 dBm Single -mode

-23.0 dBm 0 dBm Single -mode

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A.3.4 Interface Attributes of 10GBase LAN/WAN-XFP


The interface attributes of 10GBase LAN/WAN-XFP see Table A-9. Table A-9 Interface attributes of the 10GBase LAN/WAN-XFP Attributes Connector type Interface attributes Working mode Compliant standard Frame format Network protocol Description LC/PC Compliant with the selected XFP optical module. (For the attributes of XFP modules, see Table A-10.) Full-duplex IEEE 802.3ae Ethernet_II, Ethernet_SAP, and Ethernet_SNAP IP

Table A-10 Attributes of 10G XFP optical modules Attributes Transmission distance Center wavelength Minimum transmitting power Maximum transmitting power Receiving sensitivity Overload power Optical fiber type Description 0.3 km (0.19 mi) 850 nm -7.3 dBm 10 km (6.21 mi) 1310 nm -6.0 dBm 40 km (24.86 mi) 1550 nm -1.0 dBm 80 km (49.71 mi) 1550 nm 0 dBm

-1.3 dBm

-1.0 dBm

2.0 dBm

4.0 dBm

-7.5 dBm -1.0 dBm Multi-mode

-11.0 dBm 0.5 dBm Single-mode

-15.0 dBm -1.0 dBm Single-mode

-24.0 dBm -7.0 dBm Single-mode

A.3.5 E1 Interface Attributes


Table A-11 lists E1 interface attributes.
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Table A-11 E1 interface attributes Attribute Connector type Nominal bit rate (kbit/s) Interface impedance Interface code Pulse waveform of the output interface Attenuation (dB) of the input interface at a point with the frequency of 1024 kHz Immunity of the input interface Input jitter tolerance Output jitter Description Anea96 2048 75-ohm or 120-ohm HDB3 Compliant with ITU-T G.703

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Compliant with ITU-T G.703 Compliant with ITU-T G.823 Compliant with ITU-T G.823

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Environmental Requirements for Device Operation


This section describes the environmental requirements for device operation, including the requirements for equipment rooms and power supplies. B.1 Environmental Requirements for an Equipment Room This section describes the environmental requirements for equipment rooms, including site selection, room structure, construction requirement, temperature, humidity, cleanness, erosive gases, ESD protection, electromagnetic interference, and surge protection. B.2 Requirements for Power Supply This section describes the requirements for power supply conditions.

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B.1 Environmental Requirements for an Equipment Room


This section describes the environmental requirements for equipment rooms, including site selection, room structure, construction requirement, temperature, humidity, cleanness, erosive gases, ESD protection, electromagnetic interference, and surge protection.

B.1.1 Requirements for Selecting a Site for an Equipment Room


When designing a project, consider the communication network planning and technical requirements of the equipment. Also consider hydrographic, geological, seismic, power supply, and transportation factors. Construction, structure, heating and ventilation, power supply, lighting and fire fighting of the equipment room should be designed by specialized construction designers to suit the environmental requirements of routers. The equipment room should also follow local regulations concerning the industrial construction, environmental protection, fire fighting, and civil air defense. Construction must conform to government standards, regulations, and other requirements. The equipment room should be located at a place free from high temperature, dust, toxic gases, explosive materials, or unstable voltage. Keep the equipment room away from significant vibrations or strong noises, as well as power transformer stations. The specific requirements for selecting a site for an equipment room are as follows: l The room should be located at a distance of at least 5 km (3.11 mi.) from heavy pollution sources such as smelting and coal mines. It should be located at a distance of at least 3.7 km (2.30 mi.) from moderate pollution sources such as chemical, rubber, and galvanization factories. It should be located at a distance of at least 2 km (1.24 mi.) from light pollution sources such as packinghouses and tanyards. If these pollution sources cannot be avoided, ensure that the equipment room is upwind of the pollution sources. In addition, adopt a high-quality equipment room or protection products. The room should be located away from livestock farms, or in the upwind of the livestock farms. Do not use an old livestock room or fertilizer warehouse as the equipment room. The air vent of the room should be far from the exhaust of city waste pipes, big cesspools and sewage treatment tanks. The room should be in the positive pressure state to prevent corrosive gases from entering the equipment room and corroding components and circuit boards. The room should be located far away from industrial and heating boilers. It is recommended that the room be on or above the second floor. If this requirement cannot be met, the ground for equipment installation in the room should be at least 600 mm (23.62 in,) above the maximum flood level. The room should be at an altitude lower than 3000 m (9842.4 ft). The room should be at least 3.7 km (2.30 mi.) away from the seaside or salt lake. Otherwise, the equipment room should be airtight with cooling facilities. In addition, alkalized soil cannot be used as the construction material. Otherwise, equipment suitable for wet conditions must be used. The equipment room should be strong enough to resist winds and downpours. The room should be located away from dusty roads or sand. If this is unavoidable, the doors and windows of the equipment room must not face pollution sources.
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Do not place air conditioning vents near the equipment so that they blow directly on the equipment because condensation may be blown into the equipment. Do not use decorative materials that contain sulfur in the equipment room.

B.1.2 Equipment Room Layout


The equipment room is usually used to install mobile switching equipment, telecom transmission equipment and power supply equipment as well as other auxiliary equipment. To ensure easy maintenance and management, place the telecom equipment in different rooms. Figure B-1 shows the layout of the equipment room. Figure B-1 Layout of the equipment room

Control room

Generator room

Transmission room

Main communication equipment room

Power distribution room

Battery room

Substation room Communication cable and optical cable Power cable

The general layout principles of the equipment room are as follows: l l It should meet requirements for laying out and maintaining communication cables and power cables. It should reduce the cabling distance, which eases cable maintenance, reduces potential communication faults, and maximizes efficiency.

B.1.3 Construction Requirements for the Equipment Room


Table B-1 shows the construction requirements for the equipment room. Table B-1 Construction requirements for the equipment room Item Area Net height Requirements The smallest area of the equipment room can accommodate the equipment with the largest capacity. The minimum height of the equipment room should not be less than 3 m (9.84 ft). The minimum height of the equipment room is the net height below overhead beams or ventilation pipes.
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Requirements The floor in the equipment room should be semi-conductive and dustproof. A raised floor with an ESD covering is recommended. Cover the raised floor tightly and solidly. The horizontal tolerance of each square meter should be less than 2 mm (0.08 in.). If raised floors are unavailable, use a static-electricity-conductive floor material, with a volume resistivity of 1.0 x 107 ohms to 1.0 x 1010 ohms. Ground this floor material or raised floor. You can connect them to ground using a one megohm current-limiting resistor and connection line. The floor must bear loads larger than 150 kg/m2 (0.21 bf/in.2). The door of the equipment room should be 2 m (6.56 ft) high and 1 m (3.28 ft) wide. One door is enough. Seal the doors and windows with dustproof plastic tape. Use double-pane glass in the windows and seal them tightly. Paste wallpaper on the wall or apply flat paint. Do not use pulverized paint. Use cable trays to arrange cables. The inner faces of the cable trays must be smooth. The reserved length and width of the cable trays, and the number, position and dimensions of the holes must comply with the requirements of router arrangement. Do not pass service pipes, drainpipes, and storm sewers through the equipment room. Do not place a fire hydrant in the equipment room, but place it in the corridor or near the staircase. Separate the area where the equipment is installed from the equipment room door. The partition wall can block some outside dust. Install air conditioner vents so that the air does not blow directly on equipment. Avoid the proliferation of mildew, and keep out rodents (like mice).

Load-bearing capacity Door and windows Wall surface treatment Cable trays

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Figure B-2 Internal partition wall inside the equipment room

B.1.4 Requirements for Temperature, Humidity, and Altitude


Ensure proper temperature and humidity in the equipment room. Ensure the altitude of the equipment room in the regulated range. Table B-2 gives the specific requirements. Table B-2 Requirements for temperature, humidity, and altitude Item Temperature Long-term operation Short-term operation Storage Relative humidity Long-term operation Short-term operation Storage Long-term altitude Storage altitude Requirements -5C( 23F ) to 50C( 122F ) -20C( -4F ) to +60C( 140F ) -40C( -40F ) to +70C( 158F ) 5% RH to 85% RH 5% to 95% 0% to 95% Less than 3,000 m( 9842.4 ft ) Less than 5,000 m(16404 ft )

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l The measurement point of the temperature and humidity is 1.5 m( 4.92 ft ) over the floor and 0.4 m ( 1.31 ft ) at the front of the cabinet. There should be no protection board at the front or back of the cabinet. l Short-term operation means that the continuous working time does not exceed 96 hours and the accumulated time per year not exceed 15 days.

Take the following measures to meet the preceding requirements: l l l Use a perennial temperature-control device no matter what the local climate is. Mop the ground regularly or use a humidifier to maintain proper humidity in the equipment room in dry areas. Use the dehumidifier in the place where the humidity is high.

B.1.5 Equipment Room Environment


Dust on devices may cause electrostatic discharge and result in poor contact for connectors or metal connection points. This problem can shorten the life span of devices and cause faults. The equipment room must be from explosive, conductive, magnetically-permeable, and corrosive dust. Table B-3 shows the requirement for dust concentration in the equipment room. Table B-3 Requirements for dust particles in the equipment room Mechanical active material Dust particle Unit Particle /m3 Concentration 3x 104 (no visible dust accumulated on a workbench in three days) Description Dust particle diameter 5 m Suspending dust Precipitable dust Sand Description l Suspending dust diameter 75 m l 75 m precipitable dust diameter 150 m l 150 m sand diameter 1000 m mg/m3 mg/m2h mg/m3 0.2 1.5 -

Take the following measures to meet the requirements: l l Use dustproof materials for ground, wall, and ceiling construction. Use screens on the door and windows facing outside. The outer windows should be dustproof.
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Clean the equipment room regularly and clean the air filter monthly. Wear shoe covers and ESD clothes before entering the equipment room.

B.1.6 Requirements for Corrosive Gases


The room should be free from dusts and corrosive gases, such as SO2, H2S, and NH3. Table B-4 shows the requirements for the corrosive gas concentration. Table B-4 Requirements for corrosive gas concentration Chemical active material SO2 H2S NH3 Cl2 Unit mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 Concentration 0.20 0.006 0.05 0.01

Take the following measures to meet the requirements: l l l l Avoid constructing the room near a place where the corrosive gas concentration is high, such as a chemical plant. Ensure the air intake vent of the room is in the prevailing upwind direction from the pollution source. Place batteries in different rooms. A professional service should monitor the corrosive gas conditions regularly.

B.1.7 Requirements for ESD Prevention


The absolute value of electrostatic voltage is less than 1000 V. Take the following measures to meet the requirements: l l l l l l l Train operators about ESD prevention. Keep the correct humidity level in the equipment room to reduce the impact of static electricity. Lay out an antistatic floor in equipment rooms. Wear antistatic shoes and clothing before entering an equipment room. Use ESD tools, such as wrist straps, tweezers, and pullers. Ground all conductive materials in the room, including computer terminals. Use antistatic worktables. Keep non-antistatic materials (such as common bags, foams, and rubbers) at least 30 cm (11.81 in.) away from boards and ESD-sensitive components.

B.1.8 Electromagnetism Requirements for the Equipment Room


All interference sources, inside or outside the equipment room, can cause equipment problems with capacitive coupling, inductive coupling, electromagnetic wave radiation, and common
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impedance (including grounding system) coupling. Prevent the interference using these approaches: l l l l Take effective measures against electrical interference from the power supply system. Do not use the working ground of the equipment as the same ground for lightning protection. Separate them as far as possible. Keep the equipment far away from strong power radio transmitters, radar units, and highfrequency and high-current equipment. Use electromagnetic shielding if necessary.

B.1.9 Requirements for Lightning Proof Grounding


Table B-5 shows the requirements for lightning proof grounding. Table B-5 Requirements for lightning proof grounding Item Capital construction Requirements Use the reinforced concrete structure for the construction of the equipment room. Install the lightning proof device like a lighting rod in the room. The lightning proof ground shares the same grounding body with the protection ground of the room. A TN-S power system shall be adopted. Use a special power transformer for the telecommunication site. Use the metal jacket or steel tube to cover the power cables before burying them under the ground. Ground both ends of the metal jacket or steel tube nearby and properly with the buried length less than 15 m (49.21 ft). Install a gapless zinc oxide arrester to each of the three phase lines at the low-voltage side of the AC power transformer. Ground nearby and correctly the enclosure of the transformer, the neutral lines at the lowvoltage side, and the metal steel tubes of the power cables that are connected to the enclosure of the transformer. Power cables leading in the communications site need to be equipped with a lightning arrester. Do not lead the AC/DC power cables in/out the communications site in aerial mode. After the low-voltage power cables are led into the room, install the lightning arrester for the power cables in the AC voltage stabilizer and the AC power distribution panel (box). Ground the arrester nearby and correctly. For the equipment room in the city, install the power supply arrester with the nominal discharging current no less than 20 kA. For the equipment room built in the suburbs subject to lightning strike, install the power supply arrester with the nominal discharging current larger than 60 kA. For the equipment room in the mountain areas easily subject to lightning strike, or in the separate high-rise buildings in the city, install the power supply arrester with the nominal discharging current larger than 100 kA. The ground cable of the lightning arrester should be a maximum of one meter (3.28 ft) long.

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Item Grounding of DC power distribution

Requirements Connect the DC working ground (positive pole of the -48 V DC power supply or the negative pole of the 24 V DC power supply) with the indoor collective ground cable nearby. The total ground cable should meet the maximum load of the equipment. The power equipment must have the DC working ground cable, which can connect the power equipment to the collective ground cable of the telecommunication site (or the protection ground bar of the equipment room).

Equipotential connection

Ground the devices and auxiliary devices in the room such as mobile base station, transmission, switching equipment, power supply equipment, and cable distribution frame properly. Connect all PGND cables to the collective protection ground bar. Connect all PGND cables in one equipment room to one protection ground bar. Apply joint grounding to the working ground and protection ground of devices, which means the two share one grounding network. The cable rack, rack or shell, metal ventilation pipe, metal door or window of the equipment should be grounded for protection.

General requirements for grounding

Do not connect the neutral line of the AC power cable with the protection ground of any telecom equipment in the equipment room. Do not install the fuse or switch on the ground cable. All ground cables should be as short as possible, and arranged directly.

Grounding resistance

The grounding resistance must be lower than 1 ohm. The upper end of the grounding body should be at least 0.7 m (2.30 ft) over the ground. In cold areas, bury the grounding body below the frozen ground. Measure the grounding resistance periodically to ensure effective grounding.

Routing of signal Do not arrange the signal cables overhead in the equipment room. All signal cables must be led into the site underground. cable Use the cables with metal jacket or place them into the metal pipe if they come out/in the equipment room. Ground the idle lines inside the cable in the equipment room. Collective ground cable Use the grounding ring or ground bar for the collective ground cable. Do not use aluminum cables as ground cables. Adopt measures to prevent electrification corrosion when connecting different metal parts together. Use the copper busbar as the collective ground cable with the crosssectional area not less than 120 mm2(0.19 in.2), or use the galvanized flat steel of the same resistance. Insulate the collective ground cable from the reinforcing steel bars of the building. Grounding leadin The grounding lead-in should be a maximum of 30 m (98.42 ft) long. Use the galvanized flat steel with cross-sectional area of 40 x 4 mm (1.58 in. x 0.158 in.) or 50 x 5 mm (1.97 in. x 0.197 in.).

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B.2 Requirements for Power Supply


This section describes the requirements for power supply conditions.

B.2.1 Requirements for AC Power Supply


The AC power supply consists of power mains, uninterruptable power supply (UPS), and selfsupplied electric generator. In addition to meeting the requirements of the server load, the AC power supply must have a simple connection line, safe operation, flexible scheduling, and easy maintenance. The low-voltage power supply should have 3-phase, 5-wire mode or monophase 3-wire mode. This AC power supply should be 110 V/127 V/220 V/380 V, and the frequency is 50 Hz. The UPS should supply the same power and operate at the same phase as the power mains. The switching time between the UPS and mains should be less than 10 ms; otherwise, the networking devices will reboot or reset. For power distribution capacity in the equipment room, both the working current and fault current of the devices should be considered. Ensure that independent AC power supplies protect independent devices. Configure the current-carrying capacity of the protection switch of the equipment room for more than that of the devices. Table B-6 shows the voltage range of the AC power supply for the devices. Table B-6 Voltage range of AC power supply Item AC power capacity to support the devices AC power capacity to support the power modules and important buildings Frequency of alternating current Voltage wave shape sine distortion Requirements -10% to +5% of the rated voltage -15% to +10% of the rated voltage

-15% to +10% of the rated voltage Within 5% of the rated voltage

The automated electric generator must have a standard interface that supports telecommunication protocol, remote telecommunication, monitoring, and control. AC power cables should meet the following specifications: l l AC neutral should have a conductor with the same cross section as the phase line. AC cables should have non-flammable insulation. The layout of AC cables should comply with local regulations. Low-voltage power distribution rooms should comply with local regulations.
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B.2.2 Recommendations for AC Power Supply


The following shows recommendations for the AC power supply. l If the voltage of the power mains that supply power directly to devices exceeds the rated voltage by -10% to 5%, or exceeds the voltage range that devices can support, a voltage regulating device or voltage stabilizing device is required. If the mains do not supply power for the device directly, or if the mains voltage exceeds the rated voltage by -15% to 10% or exceeds the input voltage range of the DC power supply, a voltage regulating device or voltage stabilizing device is required. An UPS or inverter power supply system is required to provide uninterrupted AC power to support the telecommunication load. If abnormalities occur on the mains, telecommunication servers should be equipped with a self-supplied electric generator to support the key telecommunication load. The capacity should be not less than 150% to 200% of the total uninterruptable power supply. Storage batteries are usually installed in a parallel connection of two groups. UPS storage batteries are generally installed in one group. The redundancy required for the UPS can rely on concatenation or parallel connection. When an inverter or a UPS is used, the active inverter is determined by the maximum power and a backup inverter is required.

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The telecommunication site should receive stable and reliable DC power. Deploy the power equipment near the telecom equipment to make the DC feeder as short as possible. To reduce power consumption and installation cost, the loop voltage drop from the battery port to the equipment port should be less than 3.2 V. For a communication site with heavy traffic or with more than two switching systems, two or more independent power supply systems should be used. For a large-scale communication site, multiple power supply systems are configured on different floors to supply power to equipment rooms. For a common communication site with medium traffic, a centralized power room or battery room is configured. You can also adopt a distributed power supply mode. Use an integrated power supply for an office with little traffic. Be sure to prevent the corrosive gas released by batteries from eroding circuit boards. Table B-7 shows the specifications for the DC power supply. Table B-7 Specifications for the DC power supply Item Range of the -48 V input voltage DC power capacity to support the surge current Regulated voltage precision Requirements -38 V to -72 V Greater than 1.5 times the rated current

If the AC input voltage is in the range of 85% to 110% of the rated value, and the load current is in the range of 5% to 100% of the rated value, the output voltage of the rectifier ranges from -46.0 V to 56.4 V, with the regulated voltage precision less than or equal to 1%.
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Item Overshoot amplitude of switch on/off Peak-to-peak noise voltage Dynamic response

Requirements Integral value of the DC output voltage 5%

200 mV The recovery time is less than 200 ms. The overshoot is in the range of the integral value of the DC output voltage 5%.

B.2.4 Recommendations for DC Power Supply


The following shows recommendations for the DC power supply. l l l Use distributed power supply mode. Use multiple DC power supply systems and put power equipment in multiple locations. Adopt a standard DC power supply system, and set the output voltage to the communications equipment within the required range. Improving the reliability of the AC power supply system reduces the necessary capacity of storage batteries. For small offices, increase the capacity of storage batteries if it is difficult to enhance the reliability of the AC power supply system. The total capacity of the high-frequency switching rectifier must satisfy the power of the communication loading and battery charging. If there are 10 or fewer active rectifier modules, configure one backup module. If there are more than 10 active modules, configure one backup module for every 10 active modules. Install storage batteries in two or more groups. The capacity is determined by the duration for which the storage batteries must supply power. For most offices, the batteries should be able to supply power for at least one hour.

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Equipment Grounding Specifications

This section describes grounding specifications, including general grounding specifications, the grounding specifications for equipment rooms, devices, communication power modules, signal cables, and specifications for laying out ground cables. C.1 General Grounding Specifications This section describes the requirements of general grounding specifications. C.2 Grounding Specifications for an Equipment Room This section describes the requirements for grounding in the equipment room. C.3 Grounding Specifications for Devices This section describes the requirements for grounding of devices. C.4 Grounding Specifications for Communications Power Supply This section describes the requirements for the grounding of communications power modules. C.5 Grounding Specifications for Signal Cables This section describes the requirements for grounding signal cables. C.6 Specifications for Laying Out Grounding Cables This section describes the requirements for laying out ground cables.

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C.1 General Grounding Specifications


This section describes the requirements of general grounding specifications. Table C-1 shows the general grounding specifications. Table C-1 General grounding specifications No. 1 Description The working grounding and protection grounding, including the shielded grounding and the lightning-proof grounding of the cable distribution frame should share the same grounding conductor. The cable racks, shells, metal ventilation pipes, metal doors and windows in the equipment room should be grounded for protection. The metal parts of the equipment which are electrically floating in normal conditions should be grounded for protection. The ground cable must be connected securely to the protection ground bar of the equipment room. Do not use other equipment as part of the ground cable or electrical connection.

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This section describes the requirements for grounding in the equipment room. The grounding resistance of a comprehensive communication building should be less than or equal to one ohm. The grounding resistance of an ordinary communication office should be less than five ohms. The grounding resistance in an area where the earth resistance rate is high should be less than 10 ohms.

C.3 Grounding Specifications for Devices


This section describes the requirements for grounding of devices. Table C-2 shows the equipment grounding specifications. Table C-2 Equipment Grounding Specifications No. 1 Description All communication devices and auxiliary devices (such as mobile base stations, transmission and switching devices, power supply devices) in the equipment room should be grounded for protection. Connect all protection grounding for various devices jointly to a general ground bar, and then to the same protection ground bar in the room together with the protection ground (PGND) of the device.
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Description The PGND of the equipment is shorted to the copper protection ground bar provided by the user. The short-circuiting cable used should be an alternating yellow and green plastic insulating one with copper core, with cross-sectional area greater than 35 sq. mm (0.054 sq. in.). There are grounding terminals and grounding lugs at the lower part of the front door, rear door and side panel of the cabinet, connected to the grounding terminals of the cabinet framework through connection cables with cross-sectional area no less than 1.6 sq. mm (0.002 sq. in.). Ensure that all metal components of the cabinet conduct well. No insulating coating should be sprayed on the connection part of the metal components. Connect the cabinets in the same row by fastening captive screws and gaskets on the top of the cabinets. Do not spray any coating into a rectangular area measuring 30 mm x 50 mm (1.18 in. x 1.97 in.) around the connection hole for a captive bolt. Measures to prevent rust and corrosion must be taken for this area. Zinc electroplating with iridescent yellow chromate conversion coating should be applied to the gasket and nut to ensure good electrical contact. When combining cabinets of the same type, short-circuiting cables are required to connect the ground busbars (if any) of the cabinets. The cross-sectional area of the short-circuiting cable is 6 sq. mm (0.009 sq. in.) and is less than 300 mm (11.8 in.) long. Connect the two ends of the short-circuiting cable to the ground busbar terminals of neighboring cabinets and fix them firmly.

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This section describes the requirements for the grounding of communications power modules. Table C-3 shows the grounding specifications for communication power supplies. Table C-3 Grounding specifications for communication power supplies No. 1 2 Description The AC power supply system of the communication equipment room should use the TN-S power supply mode. The inlet for the AC power cable at the equipment room should be equipped with a lightning protection device (C-level) with a nominal discharge current no less than 20 kA. The protection ground for the power supply and that for communication equipment share the same grounding conductor. If the power supply and the equipment are in the same equipment room, use the same protection ground bar for them if possible. Use a lightning protection circuit on the AC power interface.

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Description The positive of the -48 V DC power supply or negative pole of the 24 V DC power supply should be grounded at the output of the DC power supply. The working ground and protection ground of the DC power supply equipment should use the same grounding conductor with the protection ground of the switching equipment. If the power supply and equipment are in the same equipment room, use the same protection ground bar for them if possible. Add surge protection on the DC power interface.

C.5 Grounding Specifications for Signal Cables


This section describes the requirements for grounding signal cables. Grounding specifications for signal cables are shown in Table C-4. Table C-4 Grounding specifications for signal cables No. 1 Description If there are digital trunks that connect the transmission equipment directly or indirectly to the wireless communication equipment in the station, install an E1 lightning protection device for the interface of the transmission equipment. Equip the cable outdoors with a metal jacket, well grounded at both ends, or connect the ends of the metal jacket to the protection ground bar of the equipment room. For cables inside the equipment room, install lightning protection devices at the interface to the equipment. The PGND cable for the lightning protection devices should be as short as possible. Both ends of the external conductor of coaxial cable and the ends of the shield layer of shielded cable should have good electric contact with the metal shell of the equipment they connect to. The incoming and outgoing signal cables to and from the office and unused wires inside the cable should be grounded for protection. The Tone & Data Access (TDA) cable must pass through the Main Distribution Frame (MDF) with surge protective device (SPD) when going out of the office. The cable's shield layer should be connected to the protection ground of the MDF. The MDF should use the same grounding conductor with the cabinet. The signal cables within the communication office and mobile station should not be routed overhead.

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C.6 Specifications for Laying Out Grounding Cables


This section describes the requirements for laying out ground cables. Table C-5 shows the specifications for the ground cable.
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Table C-5 Specifications for laying out ground cables No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Description The grounding wire should not run parallel to or twist around the signal cable. The ground cable cannot be routed overhead, but should be buried in the earth or arranged indoors. Do not connect two cables together to extend the PGND cable, or add any switch or fuse. The PGND cable should be an alternating yellow and green plastic insulating one with copper core. The neutral line of the AC power cable cannot be connected to the protection ground of transmission and communication equipment in the equipment room. The length of the PGND cable should not exceed 45 m (147.64 ft). The PGND cable should be as short as possible.

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This section gives an overview of engineering labels and describes the engineering labels for optical fibers, Ethernet cables, and power cables. An engineering label serves as an identifier for on-site installation and maintenance after the installation. Labels on the cables facilitate correct and orderly connection of cables, and easy maintenance after installation. Specialized for power cables and signal cables, the types of engineering labels are as follows: The signal cables include network cables, optical fibers, trunk cables, and user cables (excluding antenna feeders). The power cables include the AC power cables and DC power cables (excluding the power bus cable).
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Fill in the label according to the user's requirements if the user needs an integrated description of the label. Make a relevant statement in the self-check report.

D.1 Introduction to Labels This section describes the material, types, structure, and contents of engineering labels, and how to print, fill in, and paste engineering labels. This section also gives precautions for using engineering labels. D.2 Engineering Labels for Optical Fibers This section describes the engineering labels for optical fibers, including the labels for the optical fibers between devices and the labels for the optical fibers between a device and an ODF. D.3 Engineering Labels for Network Cables This section describes the applicable ranges and contents of the engineering labels for network cables and gives examples. D.4 Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables This section describes the engineering labels for trunk cables, including the labels for the cables between devices and the labels for the cables between a device and an MDF. D.5 Engineering Labels for User Cables This describes the applicable ranges and contents of the engineering labels for user cables and provides examples. D.6 Engineering Labels for Power Cables This describes the engineering labels for power cables, including DC and AC power cables.
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D.1 Introduction to Labels


This section describes the material, types, structure, and contents of engineering labels, and how to print, fill in, and paste engineering labels. This section also gives precautions for using engineering labels.

D.1.1 Label Materials


Features: l l l l l l Thickness: 0.09 mm (0.004 in.) Color: chalk white Material: polyester (PET) Ambient temperature: -29C (-20.2F) to +149C (300.2F) Compatible with laser printing and handwriting with markers Pass UL and CSA authentication

D.1.2 Type and Structure


Label for Signal Cables
The label for signal cables is L-shaped with fixed dimensions, as shown in Figure D-1.

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Figure D-1 Label for signal cables

To specify more clearly the position of a cable, use the dividing lines on the label. For example, there is a dividing line between the cabinet number and the chassis number, and another one between the chassis number and the slot number. The dividing line is 1.5 mm x 0.6 mm (0.06 in. x 0.02 in.) with the color of Pantone 656c (light blue). The cut dotted line helps to fold the label when affixed to the cable, and its size is 1 mm x 2 mm (0.04 in. x 0.08 in.). There is a mark "TO:" (upside down in the figure) at the lower right corner of the label. The mark is used to identify the opposite end of the cable on which the label is affixed.

Power Cable Label


The label for power cables should be attached to the identification plate on the cable ties that are attached to the cable. The identification plate has an embossed area 0.2 mm x 0.6 mm (0.008
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in. x 0.02 in.) around (symmetric on both sides), and the area in the middle is for affixing the label, as shown in Figure D-2. Figure D-2 Power cable label

D.1.3 Label Printing


The contents can be printed or written on the labels. Printing is recommended for the sake of high efficiency and eye-pleasant layout.

Template for Printing


You must use a template to print labels. You can obtain the template through the following methods:
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Download the template from http://support.huawei.com. Obtain the template from the Huawei local office.

The templates are made in Microsoft Word and the following requirements should be met: l l When using the template, you can directly modify the contents of the template. The settings of centered characters, direction, and fonts should not be changed. When there are too many characters to be filled in, zoom out the characters, but make sure that the printouts are clear and legible.

Merging Cells in the Template


To merge two or more cells, do as follows: 1. 2. 3. Select Edit/Select All. Select Format/Borders and Shading/Borders. Select Box tab and click OK. Drag the mouse to select cells to be merged and select the Table/Merge Cells.

Requirements on the Printer


To print the labels, a laser jet printer must be used, although there is no restriction on the model of the printer. Before printing the label, set up the page and try printing. 1. 2. Try printing on ordinary paper with both sides blank. Place the blank paper over the whole page of label paper, and check whether the page setup conforms to the label layout. Make sure the printer properties, such as "paper size" and "direction", have been set correctly. l If the printout conforms to the sheet of labels, print the labels on the label paper. l If the printout does not conform, adjust the page setup and try printing again until the correct printout is produced. The method of adjusting the page setup is as follows. 1. 2. 3. Select File/Page Setup. Select Layout and set Header and Footer as 0. Select the Margins tab page. Select Left for Gutter Position and adjust the values of Top, Bottom, Left, and Right.
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If the warning prompt as shown in Figure D-3 appears before printing, click Ignore to continue the printing. Figure D-3 Warning prompt before printing

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After the page setup has been made correctly, save it for future use. This page setup is only necessary the first time you use the template to print the labels.

Requirements for Feeding the Printer


The label paper consists of two layers. No matter what model of printer you use, feed in the labels one page at a time. To avoid jamming the labels, never use the auto-feed mode.

Requirements for the Printed Label


Make sure that the printed labels satisfy the following requirements: l l l All the printouts must be on the label, and nothing should be printed on the backing layer of the label page. Contents in the cells should be aligned in the center. In a single-line printout, the dividing lines and the mark "To:" should not be covered by the printed characters. When the cells are merged and the printouts are made in multiple lines, avoid covering the mark "TO:" when printing the texts. Use the space bar to move the text to the next line.

D.1.4 Writing Labels


Writing Tools
To make sure the printouts are clear and legible, use the black markers instead of ball-point pens to write the labels. In special cases, black ball-pens are allowed, although not recommended. Compared with ballpoint pens, water-proof markers are better. When writing with a ball-point pen, do not leave the oil on the label, which may contaminate the label and blur the words.
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The delivered marker has two nibs. Make sure to use the smaller nib to write the labels.

Font
For the sake of easy recognition and good appearance, the font in handwriting should be as close to a standard typeface (such as Times New Roman) as possible. Table D-1 shows the standard typeface. Table D-1 Standard typeface for handwriting 0 9 I R 1 A J S 2 B K T 3 C L U 4 D M V 5 E N W 6 F O X 7 G P Y 8 H Q Z

WThe characters should be clear, distinct, and tidy. Writing direction: The direction is as shown in Figure D-4:
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Figure D-4 Writing direction of the characters on the label

D.1.5 Attaching Labels


After printing or writing the label, remove the label from the page and attach it to the signal cable, or the identification plate of the power cable. The methods for attaching labels are described in the following sections.

Label for Signal Cables


l Choose the place to attach labels. The label is attached 2 cm (0.79 in.) from the connector on a signal cable. In special cases (for example, to avoid cable bending or affecting other cables), other positions are allowed to attach the labels. The rectangle part with characters is attached facing right or downward, as shown in Figure D-5. The details are as follows: The identification card is to the right of the cable in vertical cabling. The identification card should be downward when you lay out the cable horizontally. Figure D-5 Text area of the label

Procedure for attaching labels Figure D-6 shows the methods and procedures for attaching labels.

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Figure D-6 Label for signal cables

Power Cable Label


Remove the label from the backing page, and attach it to the identification plate on the cable tie. The label should be attached to the rectangular flute on the identification plate, and attached to only one side of the identification plate. The cable ties are bundled at 2 cm (0.79 in.) from the connectors, and other positions are allowed in special circumstances. Cable ties should be bound on both ends of a cable. After the bundling, the finished identification plate should be on top of the cable in horizontal cabling, or on the right side of the cable in vertical cabling, as shown in Figure D-7. The details are as follows: l l The identification card is to the right of the cable in vertical cabling. The identification card is on the top of the cable in horizontal cabling. Make sure that the label is facing out.

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Figure D-7 Binding the label for the power cable

D.1.6 Contents of Engineering Labels


Contents of Labels for Power Cables
Labels for power cables are only affixed on one side of the identification plates. On the labels, there is information (the part after the mark "TO:") about the location of the device on the other end of the cable, like the location of control cabinet, distribution box or power socket.

Contents of Labels for Signal Cables


The two sides of the label affixed on the signal cable carry information about the location of the ports connected to both ends of the cable. Figure D-8 shows the information on both sides of the labels affixed to the signal cables. l l l Area 1 contains the location information of the local end of the cable. Area 2 (with the mark "TO:") contains the location information of the opposite end of the cable. Area 3 has been folded up inside the label.

Figure D-8 Printed parts on the label for signal cables

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Seen from the cabling end of the equipment, the text part of the label is on the right side of the cable. The side with "TO:" that is facing outside carries the location information of the opposite end; and the other side carries the location information of the local end. Therefore, the information in Area 1 at one end is the same as the information in Area 2 at the other end of the cable. In other words, the local information at one end is called the opposite information at the other end.

D.1.7 Precautions for Using Engineering Labels


When using labels, pay attention to the following points: l l l l l When printing, writing, or attaching labels, keep the labels clean. Since the label paper is made of moistureproof and waterproof material, ink-jet printers and ink pens are forbidden for printing and writing labels. Labels should be attached tidily. New-type labels are strip-shaped. If they are pasted at incorrect locations or in wrong directions, the appearance of the device is affected. Power cable ties should be attached in the same positions on power cables, with identification plates on the same side. The positions of "up", "down", "left" or "right" are all based on the viewpoint of the engineering person who works on the label.

D.2 Engineering Labels for Optical Fibers


This section describes the engineering labels for optical fibers, including the labels for the optical fibers between devices and the labels for the optical fibers between a device and an ODF. These labels are affixed to the optical fibers that connect the optical interfaces on the boards in a chassis, or on the device boxes. There are two types of labels for optical cables: l l One is for the fiber that connects the optical interfaces on two devices. The other is for the fiber that connects the device and the ODF.

D.2.1 Labels for the Optical Fibers Connecting Devices


Meaning of the Label
Table D-2 lists information on both sides of the labels affixed to the optical fibers that connect two devices. Table D-2 Information on labels affixed to the fiber between two devices Content MN-B-C-DR/T Meaning MN: cabinet number Example M: The cabinet rows from front to back are numbered from A to Z. N: The cabinet columns from left to right are numbered from 01 to 99. For example, A01 is the cabinet in Row A and Column 01.
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Meaning B: chassis number C: physical slot number D: optical interface number. R: Receiving interface T: optical transmitting interface

Example Numbered in bottom-up order with two digits, for example, 01. Numbered in the top-bottom and left-right order starting from 01. For example, A01 is the slot with number 1. Numbered with two digits in up-bottom and left-right order. For example, 1 is the second optical interface. -

MN-B-C-DR/T

MN: Cabinet number

M: The cabinet rows from front to back are numbered from A to Z. N: The cabinet columns from left to right are numbered from 01 to 99. For example, A01 is the cabinet in Row A and Column 01. Numbered in bottom-up order with two digits, for example, 01.

B: chassis number C: physical slot number D: optical interface number. R: Optical receiving interface T: optical transmitting interface

Numbered in up-bottom and left-right order with two digits starting from 01. For example, A01 is the slot with number 1. Numbered with two digits in up-bottom and left-right order. For example, 01 is the number 1 optical interface. -

Example of the Label


Figure D-9 shows the label on the cable.

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Figure D-9 Example of the label on the optical fiber between two devices
A01 01 05 01 R

The meaning of the labels is listed in Figure D-9. l "A0-01-05-01-R" indicates that the local end of the optical fiber is connected with the optical receiving interface 01 on slot 5, chassis 01 in the cabinet on row A, column 01 in the machine room. "G01-01-01-01-T" indicates that the opposite end of the optical fiber is connected with Optical Transmitting Interface 01 on Slot 01, Chassis 01 in the cabinet on Row G, Column 01 in the machine room.

D.2.2 Labels for the Optical Fibers Connecting the Device and an ODF
Meaning of the Labels
Table D-3 shows the information on both sides of the labels attached to the optical fiber that connects the device and the ODF. Table D-3 Information on labels affixed to the fiber between the device and the ODF Content MN-B-C-DR/T Meaning MN: cabinet number B: chassis number C: physical slot number D: optical interface number. R: Optical receiving interface T: optical transmitting interface Example For example, A01. Numbered in bottom-up order with two digits, for example, 01. Numbered in bottom-up order with two digits, for example, 01. Numbered with two digits in up-bottom and left-right order. For example, 01. -

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Content ODF-MN-BC-R/T

Meaning MN: row number and column number of an ODF

Example M: The cabinet rows from front to back are numbered from A to Z. N: The cabinet columns from left to right are numbered from 01 to 99. For example, G01 is the ODF of Row G and Column 01.

B: row number of the terminal device C: row number of the terminal device R: Optical receiving interface T: optical transmitting interface

Range from 01 to 99, for example, 01-01.

Example of the Label


Figure D-10 shows the label on the cable. Figure D-10 Example of the label on the optical fiber between the device and the ODF
ODF G01 01 01 R

Meaning of the label in Figure D-10 l "ODF-G01-01-01-R" indicates that the local end of the optical fiber is connected to the optical receiving terminal on row 01, column 01 of the ODF in row G, column 01 in the machine room. "A01-01-05-01-R" indicates that the opposite end of the optical fiber is connected to Optical Receiving Interface 1 on Slot 01, chassis 01 in the cabinet on Row A, Column 01 in the machine room.

D.3 Engineering Labels for Network Cables


This section describes the applicable ranges and contents of the engineering labels for network cables and gives examples.
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Applicable Ranges
The labels can be applied to Ethernet cables.

Label Content
Table D-4 shows the information on both sides of the labels affixed to Ethernet cables. You can also decide the label content according to the actual environment. If the device is not installed in the cabinet, for example, you can remove the cabinet number. Table D-4 Information on the Ethernet cables Content MN-B-C-D Meaning MN: cabinet number B: chassis number C: physical slot number D: network port number MN-Z MN: cabinet number Z: Location number Example For example, A01 is the first cabinet in row A. Numbered in the bottom-up order with two digits, for example, 01. Numbered with two digits in bottom-up and left-right order. For example, 01. Numbered in the up-bottom and left-right orders. For example, 01. For example, B02 is the second cabinet in Row B. Fill in the location number of the terminal device on site. If the cable is connected to a router in a cabinet, the serial numbers of the cabinet, the chassis, and the Ethernet interface of the router should be specified. For example, B02-03-12. If the cable is connected to the Network Management Station (NMS), the specific location of the NMS should be given.

The contents of the labels for network cables connecting hubs and routers or agents and the network cables for other purposes should be specified according to actual connections. The details are as follows: l For a network cable connecting a hub and router, the label on the hub end should indicate the numbers of the chassis and cabinet where the hub resides, and the serial number on the hub. The label on the router end should indicate the number of the chassis and cabinet where the router is located. If the router is a stand-alone device, the specific position of the router should be provided. For a network cable connecting a hub and an agent or terminal, the label on the agent or terminal end should contain the serial number of the network interface. The definitions of the cabinet number and chassis number are the same as those described in Table D-4. If the hub is a stand-alone device without cabinet or chassis, the label should contain specific location information that identifies the hub.
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The serial number on the hub, the network interface number of the agent or terminal, and the location of the stand-alone router should be specified according to actual connections.

Label Example
Figure D-11 shows the label on the cable. Figure D-11 Example of the label on network cables
A01 03 01 01

Meaning of the label in Figure D-11. l "A01-03-01-01" indicates that one end of the network cable is connected to network interface 01 of slot 01, chassis 03 of the cabinet on row A, column 01 in the equipment room. "B02-03-01" indicates that another end of the network cable is connected to network interface 01, chassis 03 of the cabinet on row B, column 02 in the equipment room. No slot number is given.

D.4 Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables


This section describes the engineering labels for trunk cables, including the labels for the cables between devices and the labels for the cables between a device and an MDF. There are two types of labels for trunk cables: l Labels for the cables between devices. For example, the label for the cable between a trunk board and a built-in transmission device and the label for the cable between two trunk boards. Attach labels to both ends of the cable to indicate the locations of the cable on both devices or on both trunk boards of a device. Labels for the cables between the device and a DDF. Attach labels to both ends of the cable to indicate the locations of the cable on the device and DDF.

The trunk cables are 75/120 E1 cable, 100 T1 cable, 34M, 45M, 140M, and 155M cables, and 120 to 75 trunk cables.

D.4.1 Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables Between Devices


Meaning of Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables Between Devices
Table D-5 shows the engineering labels for trunk cables between devices.

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Table D-5 Contents of engineering labels for trunk cables between devices Content MN-B-C-DR/T Meaning MN: cabinet number B: chassis number C: physical slot number D: interface number R: optical receiving interface, T: optical transmit interface. MN-B-C-DR/T MN: cabinet number B: chassis number C: physical slot number D: interface number. R: optical receiving interface, T: optical transmit interface. Example For example, A01. Numbered in the bottom-up order with two digits, for example, 01. Numbered in the left-right and top-bottom order with two digits, for example, 01. Numbered with two digits in the top-bottom and leftright order. For example, 01. -

For example, A01. Numbered in the bottom-top order with two digits, for example, 01. Numbered in the left-right and top-bottom order with two digits, for example, 01. Numbered with two digits in the top-bottom and leftright order. For example, 01. -

Example of the Label


Figure D-12 shows the label on the cable. Figure D-12 Engineering labels for trunk cables between devices
G01 01 05 01 T

Meaning of the label in Figure D-12 is as follows:


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"G01-01-05-01-T" indicates that the local end of the trunk cable is connected to transmitting interface 01 on slot 05, chassis 01 in the cabinet on row G, column 01 in the equipment room. "D02-01-01-01-R" indicates that the opposite end of the trunk cable is connected to receiving interface 01 on slot 01, chassis 01 in the cabinet on row D, column 02 in the equipment room.

D.4.2 Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables Between a Device and a DDF
Meaning of the Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables Between a Device and a DDF
Table D-6 shows the engineering labels for trunk cables between a device and a DDF. Table D-6 Contents of the labels for trunk cables between a device and a DDF Content MN-B-C-DR/T Meaning MN: cabinet number B: chassis number C: physical slot number D: interface number R: optical receiving interface, T: optical transmit interface. DDF-MN-BC-D/R/T MN: row number and column number of a DDF B: row number of the terminal device C: row number of the terminal device DDF-MN-BC-D/R/T R: optical receiving interface, T: optical transmit interface. Usually, a DDF is marked with "A", which indicates that the DDF terminal is connected to an optical network device or "B", which indicates that the DDF terminal is connected to a switching device. Example For example, A01. Numbered in the bottom-top order with two digits, for example, 03. Numbered in the left-right and top-bottom order with two digits, for example, 01. For example, 01. -

M: The rows of cabinets from front to back are numbered from A to Z. N: The columns of cabinets from left to right are numbered from 01 to 99. For example, G01 is the DDF of row G and column 01. Range: 01 to 99 For example, 01-01.

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Example of the Label


Figure D-13 shows an example of the label. Figure D-13 Engineering labels for trunk cables between the device and a DDF
A01 03 01 01 R

Meaning of the label in Figure D-13 is as follows: l "A01-03-01-01-R" indicates that the local end of the trunk cable is connected to receiving interface 01 on slot 01, chassis 03 in the cabinet on row A, column 01 in the equipment room. "DDF-G01-01-01-AR" indicates that the opposite end of the trunk cable is connected to the receiving interface on row 01, column 01 of the DDF in row G, column 01 in the equipment room.

D.5 Engineering Labels for User Cables


This describes the applicable ranges and contents of the engineering labels for user cables and provides examples. Attach labels to both ends of the cable to indicate the locations of the cable on the device and MDF.

Meaning of the Engineering Labels for User Cables


Table D-7 shows the contents of the labels. Table D-7 Contents of the engineering labels for user cables Content MN-B-C-D Meaning MN: cabinet number B: frame number C: physical slot number D: cable number Example For example, A01 is the first cabinet in row A. Numbered in the bottom-top order with two digits, for example, 03. Numbered with two digits in the top-bottom and leftright order. For example, 01. Numbered with two digits in the top-bottom and leftright order. For example, 01.
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Content MDF-MN-B-C

Meaning MN: row number and column number of the MDF B: row number of the terminal device C: column number of the terminal device

Example M: The rows of cabinets from front to back are numbered from A to Z. N: The columns of cabinets from left to right are numbered from 01 to 99. For example, G01 is the MDF of row G and column 01. Ranges from 01 to 99, for example, 01.

Example of the Label


Figure D-14 shows an example. Figure D-14 Example of labels for user cables
A01 03 01 01

The meaning of the label in Figure D-14 is as follows: l l "A01-03-01-01" indicates that the local end of the user cable is connected to port 1 of on slot 1, chassis 03 of the cabinet on row A, column 01 in the equipment room. "MDF-G01-01-01-AR" indicates that the opposite end of the user cable is connected to the terminal on row 01, column 01 of the MDF in row G, column 01 in the equipment room.

D.6 Engineering Labels for Power Cables


This describes the engineering labels for power cables, including DC and AC power cables.

D.6.1 Engineering Labels for DC Power Cables


The labels are affixed to the DC power cables that provide power supply for cabinets, including the -48 V, PGND, and BGND cables. Here, the DC power cables also include power cables and PGND cables. The labels for DC power cables are affixed to one side of the identification plates on cable ties. For details of the labels, see Table D-8.

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Table D-8 Contents of the label Content MN(BC)B--48Vn MN(BC)-BBGND MN(BC)-BPGND Meaning MN(BC): BC is written right under MN. B: chassis number, numbered in the bottom-top order with two digits, for example, 01. N: power socket number, numbered as 1 to 3 in the bottom-top and leftto-right orders. On the loaded cabinet side, only MN is used to identify the cabinet. On the power cabinet side, MN identifies the row and column number of the power distribution equipment like a control cabinet and distribution box, and BC identifies the row and column number of the -48 V connector. If there is no row number or column number, or the connector can be identified without them, BC can be omitted. It is unnecessary for BGND and PGND to identify the row and column number.

The label only carries location information about the destination direction of the power cable while information of the local end is not necessary. That is, the label only carries location information about the opposite equipment, the control cabinet, or the distribution box. Table D-8 lists the information on two -48 V power supplies on the label. The information on other DC voltages, such as 24 V and 60 V should be given in similar methods. Make sure that labels are affixed in the correction direction. That is, after the cable ties are bundled onto the cable, the identification plates with the labels should face up, and the text on the labels in the same cabinet should be in the same direction. For details, see Figure D-15. Figure D-15 Example of the labels for DC power cables

The meaning of the label in Figure D-15 is as follows: l On the loaded cabinet side, the label "A01/B08--48V2" on the cable indicates that the cable is -48 V DC supply, which is from the eighth connector on row B of -48 V bus bar in the cabinet on row A, and column 1 in the equipment room. On the distribution box side, the label "B03--48V2" indicates that the cable is -48 V DC supply, connected to DC power socket 2 on row B, column 03 in the equipment room.
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In the power distribution box or the first power cabinet of a row in a transmission equipment room, every terminal block on the -48 V connector bar has a numeric identification. For example, in the above label of "A01/B08--48V2", "08" (or sometimes "8") is the numeric identification of the terminal block.

PGND and BGND are two copper bars, on which the terminal blocks are short-circuited, therefore which terminal is connected makes no difference. It is only necessary to give the row and column of the power distribution box, instead of giving the specific serial number of the terminal block on the copper bar. For example, if the label on the loaded cabinet side is "A01BGND", it means that the power cable is a BGND that connects BGND copper bar in the power distribution box on Row A, Column 01 in the machine room. Information on the labels for PGND cables should be given in a similar way.

D.6.2 Engineering Labels for AC Power Cables


The labels are affixed to both ends of an AC power cable that provides AC power supply to cabinets, including 220 V, PGND, and BGND cables. The 220 V AC cables and related PGND and BGND cables are covered with an insulating sheath, so the labels need to contain only the word "AC" and the cabinet numbers. The labels for AC power cables are affixed to one side of the identification plates on cable ties. For details, see Table D-9. Table D-9 Label content Content MN-(B)-ACn Meaning MN: serial number of the cabinet or the socket where the power is led in B: chassis number, numbered in the bottom-top order with two digits, for example, 01. n: power port number, numbered as 1 to 3 in bottom-top and left-to-right order. Serial number of the socket where the power is led in: the location of the socket is marked according to the actual situation. If the sockets can be identified by row numbers and column numbers, they can be numbered following the same rule for the cabinets. If the sockets cannot be identified by rows and columns, specify the detailed locations to avoid confusion with other sockets.

The label only carries location information about the opposite equipment and the power socket; information about the local end is not necessary. Make sure that labels are affixed in correct direction. That is, after the cable ties are bundled onto the cable, the identification plates with the labels should face up, and the text on the labels in the same cabinet should be in the same direction, as shown in Figure D-16.

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Figure D-16 Labels for AC power cables

Meaning of the label in Figure D-16. l l On the loaded cabinet side, the label "A01-AC" indicates that the power cable is connected to the socket of Row A and Column 01 in the machine room. On the power socket side, the label marked with "B01-AC1" indicates that the power cable is connected to AC power socket on Row B, Column 01 in the machine room.

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This chapter describes how to design power distribution. E.1 Guide to Power Distribution Design of the NE40E-X1 This chapter describes how to design power distribution. E.2 Guide to Power Distribution Design of the NE40E-X2 This chapter describes how to design power distribution. E.3 Guide to Power Distribution of a Power Distribution Box

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E.1 Guide to Power Distribution Design of the NE40E-X1


This chapter describes how to design power distribution.

E.1.1 Guide to the DC Power Distribution


Guide to the DC power distribution

Specifications of the DC Power Module


Figure E-1 shows the appearance of the DC power module. Figure E-1 Appearance of the DC power module

Table E-1 shows the specifications of the DC power module. Table E-1 Specifications of the DC power module Item Power model DC input voltage Maximum input current Maximum output power Specification PSUD -38 to -72 V DC 24 A 905 W

Guide to DC Power Distribution


If the customer provides DC Power Distribution Frames (PDFs), a device is directly connected to a PDF in the equipment room for power supply. Figure E-2 shows power distribution through a DC PDF.

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Figure E-2 Diagram of power distribution through a DC PDF


PDF

a A

POWER-A

b B

POWER-B

NOTE

POWER-A and POWER-B work in 1+1 backup mode to supply power for the device. When the device is directly connected to the PDF in the equipment room, POWER-A and POWER-B on the device can be connected to DC power A and DC power B on the PDF through cable a and cable b.

16 A is recommended for the circuit breakers or fuses on the DC PDF. If there is no the specification of 16 A, the capacity higher than 16 A and lower than or equal to 40 A is acceptable. If the capacity is out of the specified range, consult Huawei technical personnel. For specifications of cable a and cable b, see Table E-2. Table E-2 Specifications of cables Distance from the PDF to the Device Equal to or shorter than 35 m ( 114.83 ft) Configuration of Cables and Terminals Description Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,6mm^2,Blue,Low Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,6mm^2,Black,Low Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,6mm^2,olivine,Lo w Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Common terminal-cold rolled single-wire terminal-6mm^2-0.02m-30 A-insert depth of 12mmblack Configuration Notes Either POWER-A or POWER-B is equipped with one cable of this type. The default cable length is 15 m. Either POWER-A or POWER-B is equipped with one cable of this type. The default cable length is 15 m. Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The default cable length is 15 m.

Each blue or black cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to Power Distribution Frames.

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Configuration of Cables and Terminals Description Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 6mm^2,M6,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal, 12~10AWG,Yellow Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 6mm^2,M8,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal, 12~10AWG,Yellow Configuration Notes Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to POWER-A or POWER-B.

Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to the PDF in the equipment room, or connected to the grounding bar of the cabinet or in the equipment room. Each yellow-and-green colored cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal connects the device to the cabinet for grounding. Each yellow-and-green colored cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal connects the device to the cabinet for grounding.

Naked Crimping Connector,OT, 6mm^2,M4,Tin Plating, 12~10AWG,Yellow

Naked Crimping Connector,OT2,6mm^2,M4, Tin Plating,For OEM

NOTE

In real-world situations, if cables longer than 35 m ( 114.83 ft ) are required, consult Huawei technical personnel. The default cable length is 15 m ( 49.21 ft ), and heat shrinking tube is not needed for 6mm^2 ( 0.009 in. 2 ) cable.

E.2 Guide to Power Distribution Design of the NE40E-X2


This chapter describes how to design power distribution.

E.2.1 Guide to the DC Power Distribution


Guide to the DC power distribution

Specifications of the DC Power Module


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Figure E-3 shows the appearance of the DC power module. Figure E-3 Appearance of the DC power module

Table E-3 shows the specifications of the DC power module. Table E-3 Specifications of the DC power module Item Power model DC input voltage Maximum input current Maximum output power Specification PSUD -38 to -72 V DC 24 A 905 W

Guide to DC Power Distribution


If the customer provides DC Power Distribution Frames (PDFs), a device is directly connected to a PDF in the equipment room for power supply. Figure E-4 shows power distribution through a DC PDF. Figure E-4 Diagram of power distribution through a DC PDF
PDF

a A

POWER-A

b B

POWER-B

NOTE

POWER-A and POWER-B work in 1+1 backup mode to supply power for the device. When the device is directly connected to the PDF in the equipment room, POWER-A and POWER-B on the device can be connected to DC power A and DC power B on the PDF through cable a and cable b.

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For the NE40E-X2, Higher than 30A or equal to 30A is required for the circuit breakers or fuses. 32 A and not higher than 40A is recommended. If the capacity is out of 40A, consult Huawei technical personnel. For specifications of cable a and cable b, see Table E-4. Table E-4 Specifications of cables Distance from the PDF to the Device Equal to or shorter than 20 m (0.79 in.) Configuration of Cables and Terminals Description Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,6mm^2,Blue,Low Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,6mm^2,Black,Low Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,10mm^2,olivine,Lo w Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 6mm^2,M6,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal, 12~10AWG,Yellow Common terminal-cold rolled single-wire terminal-6mm^2-0.02m-30 A-insert depth of 12mmblack Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 6mm^2,M8,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal, 12~10AWG,Yellow Configuration Notes Either POWER-A or POWER-B is equipped with one cable of this type. The default cable length is 15 m (0.59 in.). Either POWER-A or POWER-B is equipped with one cable of this type. The default cable length is 15 m (0.59 in.). Either POWER-A or POWER-B is equipped with one cable of this type. The default cable length is 3 m (0.12 in.). Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to POWER-A or POWER-B.

Each blue or black cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to PDF. Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to the PDF in the equipment room.

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Configuration of Cables and Terminals Description Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 10mm^2,M8,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal Configuration Notes Each olivine cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to the grounding bar of the cabinet or in the equipment room. Each olivine cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal connects the device to the cabinet for grounding. Each olivine cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal connects the device to the cabinet for grounding.

Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 10mm^2,M6,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal

Naked Crimping Terminal,OT2,10mm^2,M6, 60A,Tin Plating

Longer than 20 m (0.79 in.) and shorter than 35 m (1.38 in.)

Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,10mm^2,Blue,Low Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,10mm^2,Black,Lo w Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,6mm^2,olivine,Lo w Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 10mm^2,M6,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal

Either POWER-A or POWER-B is equipped with one cable of this type. The default cable length is 15 m (0.59 in.). Either POWER-A or POWER-B is equipped with one cable of this type. The default cable length is 15 m (0.59 in.). Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type.The default cable length is 3 m (0.12 in.). Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to POWER-A or POWER-B or used to connect the device to the cabinet for grounding.

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Configuration of Cables and Terminals Description Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 10mm^2,M8,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal Configuration Notes Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to the PDF in the equipment room, or connected to the grounding bar of the cabinet or in the equipment room. Each terminal needs a 5cm (1.97 in.) -long insulated heat shrinking tube. Each blue or black cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to the PDF in the equipment room. Each yellow-and-green colored cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to the grounding point on the cabinet.

Heat-Shrink Tube/D11/ Radial Shrinkage Ratio>50%/Black Common Terminal,Single Cord End Terminal,Conductor Cross Section 10mm^2,Length 22mm, 50A,Insertion Depth 12mm,Ivory Naked Crimping Connector,OT2,10mm^2,M 6,60A,Tin Plating

NOTE

In real-world situations, if cables longer than 35 m ( 114.83 ft )are required, consult Huawei technical personnel. The default cable length is 15 m ( 49.21 ft ), and heat shrinking tube is not needed for 6mm^2 ( 0.009 in. 2 ) cable.

E.3 Guide to Power Distribution of a Power Distribution Box


In real-world situations, Huawei power distribution boxes (02120400) can be configured. Such a power distribution box supports a maximum of four NE40E-X1sor NE40E-X2s. Figure E-5 shows the connections between the PDF, the power distribution box, and devices.

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Figure E-5 Cable connections of a power distribution box (02120400)


POWER-A POWER-B POWER-A POWER-B POWER-A POWER-B POWER-A
a4

a1

b1

a2

b2

a3

b3

b4

Output

POWER-B
ON OFF

ON OFF

Input
A1 A2 B1 B2

Power Distribution Frame

NOTE

POWER-A and POWER-B supply power to a device in 1+1 backup mode. If a DC power distribution box (02120400) is used to supply power to devices, the box is connected to a PDF through cables A1, A2, B1, and B2, and to the devices through cables a1, a2, a3, a4, b1, b2, b3, and b4. By default, the power distribution box (02120400) supports the use of eight output circuit breakers (4x32A+4x32A).

The following tables provide the specifications of the input circuit breakers on the power distribution box and cables connected to the power distribution box. Table E-5 Specifications of input circuit breakers or fuses on the power distribution box Item A1, A2, B1, and B2 circuit breakers or fuses Specifi cation 63A Remarks To meet the requirement of hierarchical protection in power distribution for the NE40E-X1 or NE40E-X2, it is recommended that the specifications of the circuit breakers or fuses on the PDF should not be smaller than the total current on the power distribution box. The specification higher than 63 A is recommended. You can set the value to an integer greater than 63 based on actual situations.

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Specifi cation 50A

Remarks If circuit breakers or fuses whose specification is equal to or higher than 63 A are unavailable, and the power distribution box is connected to NE40E-X2s, it is recommended that the specification of the circuit breakers or fuses be equal to or higher than 50 A. If circuit breakers or fuses whose specification is equal to or higher than 63 A are unavailable, and the power distribution box is connected to NE40E-X1s, it is recommended that the specification of the circuit breakers or fuses be equal to or higher than 40A.

40A

Table E-6 Specifications of the cables (a1, a2, a3, a4, b1, b2, b3, and b4) between a power distribution box and a device Distance from the PDF to the Device A power distribution box is placed near the device. Configuration Description of Cables and Terminals Description Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,6mm^2,Blue,Lo w Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Power Cable, 450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,6mm^2,Black,Lo w Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Common terminal-cold rolled single-wire terminal-6mm^2-0.02m-3 0A-insert depth of 12mmblack Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 6mm^2,M6,Tin Plating,Insulated Ring Terminal, 12~10AWG,yellow Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,10mm^2,olivine, Low Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Configuration Notes Each power module is equipped with one cable of this type. he default cable length is 3 m (0.12 in.).

Each power module is equipped with one cable of this type. The default cable length is 3 m (0.12 in.).

Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to a power distribution box. Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to a power module.

Each chassis is equipped with one cable of this type. The default cable length is 3 m (0.12 in.).

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Configuration Description of Cables and Terminals Description Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 10mm^2,M6,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 10mm^2,M8,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal Naked Crimping Terminal,OT2,10mm^2,M 6,60A,Tin Plating Configuration Notes Each olivine cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal connects the device to the cabinet for grounding. Each olivine cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to the grounding bar of the cabinet or in the equipment room. Each olivine cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal connects the device to the cabinet for grounding. Each chassis is equipped with one cable of this type. The default cable length is 3 m (0.12 in.).

Power Cable,-450/750V,H07Z-K UL3386,6mm^2,olivine,L ow Smoke Zero Halogen Cable Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 6mm^2,M8,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal, 12~10AWG,Yellow Naked Crimping Terminal,OT2,6mm^2,M4 ,6OA,Tin Plating, for OEM Heat-Shrink Tube/D11/ Radial Shrinkage Ratio>50%/Black

Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to the PDF in the equipment room.

Each olivine cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal connects the device to the cabinet for grounding. Each 10mm^2 terminal needs a 5cm (1.97 in.) -long insulated heat shrinking tube.

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Table E-7 Specifications of the cables (A1, A2, B1, and B2) between a power distribution box and a PDF Distance from the PDF to the Device Equal to or shorter than 25 m ( 82.02 ft ) Configuration Description of Cables and Terminals Description Wire,450/750V,60227 IEC 02(RV) 16mm^2,blue,85A Configuration Notes Each power distribution box is equipped with four cables of this type. The cable length is determined by the site survey result. Each power distribution box is equipped with four cables of this type. The cable length is determined by the site survey result. Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to the PDF in the equipment room. Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to a power distribution box. Each chassis is equipped with three cables of this type. The cable is connected to the power distribution or cabinet for grounding . Each power distribution box is equipped with four cables of this type. The cable length is determined by the site survey result. Each power distribution box is equipped with four cables of this type. The cable length is determined by the site survey result. Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to the PDF in the equipment room.

Wire,450/750V,60227 IEC 02(RV) 16mm^2,black,85A

Naked Crimping Terminal,OT, 16mm^2,M8,Tin Plating,Naked Ring Terminal

Common Terminal,Single Cord End Terminal,Conductor Cross Section 16mm^2,Length 24mm,Insertion Depth 12mm, 80A,Green Power cable,0.3m, 16mm^2,olivine,OT16-6,H07ZK,LSZH

Equal to or shorter than 40m ( 131.23 ft)

Wire,450/750V,227 IEC 02(RV) 25mm^2,blue,110A

Wire-450V/750V-227 IEC 02 (RV)-25mm^2-black-110A

Naked crimping terminalOT-25mm^2-M8-tin plating-naked ring terminal

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Configuration Description of Cables and Terminals Description Common Terminal,Conductor Cross Section 25mm^2,Length 30mm,75A,Insertion Depth 16mm,Brown Power cable,0.3m, 16mm^2,olivine,OT16-6,H07ZK,LSZH Configuration Notes Each cable is equipped with one terminal of this type. The terminal is connected to a power distribution box. Each chassis is equipped with three cables of this type. The cable is connected to the power distribution or cabinet for grounding .

The distance is longer than 40 m (131.23 ft).

A PDF needs to be deployed near devices.

The configured cable length is 15m ( 49.21 ft ) by the default.

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