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Nokia Intratalk GSM 1900 BTS

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Hereby, Nokia Corporation, declares that this product is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive: 1999/5/EC.
The product is marked with the CE marking and Notied Body number according to the
Directive 1999/5/EC
FCC FCC 15.21 - Information to user - This product is used as an intentional radiated
equipment and any changes or modications on the equipment without any approval
by Nokia could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
FCC 15.105 - Information to user - This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Contents
Contents 5
List of tables 6
List of figures 7
1 Introduction 11
2 Environment 13
2.1 Storage 13
2.2 Transport 13
2.3 Operation 14
2.4 EMC shielding 15
2.5 Acoustic noise 15
2.6 Safety 16
3 Space requirements 17
3.1 Cabinet dimensions and weights 18
3.2 Service clearances 19
3.3 Installation base requirements 20
3.4 Lifting and mounting 21
4 Power requirements 25
4.1 Supply voltage 25
4.2 Nokia EmPower support cabinets 26
4.2.1 Nokia EmPower 1100 26
4.2.2 Nokia EmPower 1900 27
4.2.3 Power System Management 27
4.3 Fuses 27
4.4 Earthing 27
4.5 Power consumption 28
5 Cabinet interfaces 31
5.1 Antenna connectors 32
5.2 A-bis interface 33
5.3 Test connections 33
5.4 External alarm and control signals and support alarms 34
6 Installation overview 35
6.1 Checking the site 35
6.2 Fault reporting 35
6.3 Site folders 36
6.4 Installation Tools And Accessories 36
6.5 System torque settings 37
References 39
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List of tables
Table 1. Climatic conditions during storage 13
Table 2. Climatic conditions during transport 14
Table 3. Climatic indoor conditions during operation 14
Table 4. Mechanical conditions during operation 15
Table 5. Nokia Intratalk BTS dimensions and weights 19
Table 6. Weights of indoor cabinet parts 19
Table 7. Input voltage ranges 25
Table 8. Fuse ratings 27
Table 9. Maximum power consumption 28
Table 10. Power consumption of options 29
Table 11. Antenna connectors 32
Table 12. A-bis interface connectors 33
Table 13. Test connectors 33
Table 14. Customer control outputs and alarm inputs 34
Table 15. Connectors 34
Table 16. Installation tools 36
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List of figures
Figure 1. Nokia Intratalk BTS 18
Figure 2. Top view of service clearances for Nokia Intratalk 20
Figure 3. Basic and Extension cabinet bolt holes 22
Figure 4. Bolting method 23
Figure 5. Basic cabinet interfaces 31
Figure 6. Extension cabinet interfaces 32
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Summary of changes
Version 6, 2
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August 2000.
Version 7, 16
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November 2001:
Added section 4.2, covering EmPower 1100 and EmPower 1900
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Introduction
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1 Introduction
Read carefully Reference [1] in this User Manual when planning the site.
This document details the installation requirements for the Nokia Intratalk GSM
900, GSM 1800 and GSM 1900 BTS.
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Environment
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2 Environment
2.1 Storage
Because the units are sensitive to electrostatic and susceptible to mechanical
damage, the units must be kept in their original protective packages until required
for use.
The environmental conditions during storage are defined according to ETSI 300
019-1-1 class 1.3E.
2.2 Transport
The environmental conditions during transport are defined according to ETSI 300
019-1-2 class 2.3. Mechanical conditions are defined according to ETSI 300 019-
1-2 class 2.2.
Table 1. Climatic conditions during storage
Environmental parameter Value/unit
Air Temperature Range -45 ... +45 C (-49 +113 F)
Relative Humidity 8 %
High Relative Humidity 100 %
Absolute Humidity Range
0.03 ... 30 g/m
3
Temperature Change Rate 0.5 C/min (0.9 F/min)
Air Pressure Range 70 ... 106 kPa (10.15 23.21 psi)
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2.3 Operation
The Nokia Intratalk GSM 900/1800/1900 BTS is designed to operate in
temperature-controlled, weather-protected conditions.
The environmental conditions are defined according to ETSI 300 019-1-3 class
3.2.
Table 2. Climatic conditions during transport
Environmental parameter Value/unit
Air Temperature Range 40 ... +70 C (-40 +158 F)
High Relative Humidity 95 %
High Absolute Humidity
60 g/m
3
Low Air Pressure 70 kPa (10.15 psi)
Table 3. Climatic indoor conditions during operation
Environmental parameter Value/unit
Air Temperature Range -5 ... +45 C (+23 113 F)
Relative Humidity Range 5 ...95 %
Absolute Humidity Range
1 ... 29 g/m
3
Temperature Change Rate 0.5 C/min (0.9 F/min)
Air Pressure Range 70 ... 106 kPa (10.15 23.21 psi
Solar Radiation (max.)
700 W/m
2
Movement of Surrounding Air (max.) 5 m/s
Condition of Condensation No
Condition of Wind-driven Rain, Snow,
Hail
No
Condition of Water from Sources
other than Rain
No
Condition of Icing No
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The mechanical conditions during operation are defined according to ETSI 300
019-2-3 class T 3.2.
2.4 EMC shielding
The cabinet functions as an EMCshield which confines the radiation produced by
the plug-in units to the cabinet and protects the plug-in units against
electromagnetic fields outside the cabinet as required in
FCC Rules 2 Subpart J, Part 15, Part 24 Subpart E
BELCORE GR1089
ETS 300-342-2
2.5 Acoustic noise
The acoustic noise generated by the equipment is measured according to ISO
3743 or ISO 3744. The noise is sound power (dB).
Sand (max.)
30 mg/m
3
Dust (suspension, max.)
0.4 mg/m
3
Dust (sedimentation, max.)
350 mg/m
2
d
Table 4. Mechanical conditions during operation
Environmental parameter Value/unit
Stationary vibration,
sinusoidal
Frequency range
Velocity
Peak acceleration
5 - 200 Hz
5 mm/s, 5 - 62 Hz
2 m/s
2
, 62 - 200 Hz
Non-stationary vibration,
including shock (m = 100
kg)
Acceleration amplitude
Pulse duration
50 m/s
2
6 ms
Table 3. Climatic indoor conditions during operation (Continued)
Environmental parameter Value/unit
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The cabinet fulfils ETS 300 019 1-3 class 3.2 (GSM 11.22), according to which
the maximumnoise generated by the BTS is 65 dB(A). The noise level specified
for the Nokia GSM 900/1800/1900 BTS is, however, lower than that, and in
practice, it does not exceed 60 dB(A).
2.6 Safety
The cabinet fulfils the relevant safety requirements: IEC 215, IEC-950, with
Cenelec common modifications, including UL and CSA deviations.
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Refer to Reference [2] for the actual cabinet installation instructions.
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3.1 Cabinet dimensions and weights
Figure 1. Nokia Intratalk BTS
The width dimension includes a small amount of space required to accommodate
the screw heads fitted to both sides of the cabinet (see Reference [2]).
1600 mm
(62.4 in)
600 mm (23.4 in)
480 mm
(18.7 in)
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Note
For a single basic cabinet, the overall dimension is 618 mm (24.3 in) see Figure
1. For a double cabinet installation, the overall dimension is 1221mm (48.1 in)
see Figure 3.
3.2 Service clearances
Following minimum clearances are required around the cabinets for service and
cabling access and to ensure proper air circulation.
Table 5. Nokia Intratalk BTS dimensions and weights
Nokia Intratalk
indoor cabinet
Basic cabinet Extension cabinet
Height 1600 mm (62.4 in.) 1600 mm (62.4 in.)
Width 600 mm (23.4 in.)
(see Note)
600 mm (23.4 in.)
(see Note)
Depth 480 mm (18.7 in.) 480 mm (18.7 in.)
Cabinet Weight without
Units, with Roof, Front
Door and Back Panel
132 kg (291 lb) 125 kg (275 lb)
Maximum Operational
Weight with AFxs
239 kg (527 lb) 218 kg (480 lb)
Maximum Operational
Weight with RTCs
267 kg (588.6 lb) 186 kg (410 lb)
Table 6. Weights of indoor cabinet parts
Unit Weight
Front Door 23 kg (51.0 lb)
Back Panel 14 kg (31 lb)
Roof 4 kg (8.8 lb)
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100 mm (3.9 in) between the cabinet back panel and wall (more if rear
access is required)
100 mm (3.9 in) between the cabinet side panel and wall
300 mm (11.7 in) above the cabinet top
600 mm (23.4 in) at the cabinet front
Note that the Extension cabinet is always mounted to the left of the Basic cabinet.
Figure 2. Top view of service clearances for Nokia Intratalk
3.3 Installation base requirements
The base for the BTS must be level. Requirements for the base are as follows:
Aberration fromplane: 2.5 mm(1.0 in.) over 1600 mm(62.4 in.) span true
to the horizontal plane. Note that there should be no steps in the level of the
base.
Inclination: max. 2 mm/metre. (1.0 in/50 in.)
490 mm
(19.1 in)
min. 1400 mm (54.6 in)
600 mm
(23.4 in)
Basic Extension
min. 100 mm
(3.9 in)
Recommended 1800 mm (70.2 in)
Door Door
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(23.4 in)
min. 100 mm
(3.9 in)
min. 100 mm
(3.9 in)
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Caution
Caution
Note
Inclination of Nokia Intratalk can be corrected with the levelling screws
functioning as cabinet feet.
The base under the cabinet must be made of, or covered with, non-flammable
material.
3.4 Lifting and mounting
The cabinet should be lifted into position by crane or another mechanical lifting
method. For this purpose there are four fastening points for M12 lifting eye bolts
on the cabinet top. The lifting eye bolts are an option (LEKA Kit 466289A).
Although the cabinet can be mounted free-standing, bolting to the base is
recommended.
If there is the slightest danger of the cabinet toppling over, as in earthquake areas,
the cabinet must be bolted to the base.
The cabinet has six bolting points at the cabinet bottomfor anchor bolts. The front
and middle bolting points are accessible through the front door. For access to the
rear bolting points, the cabinet back panel must be removed.
M10 is recommended anchor bolt size, a suitable anchor bolt is, for example,
M10*30P, diameter 16 mm(depth of bolt hole 65 mm). The bolts are supplied by
the customer.
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Figure 3. Basic and Extension cabinet bolt holes
There is a 3.0 mm gap between the cabinets to accommodate the space plate.
The overall dimension of the fitted cabinets includes an allowance for the screw
heads fitted on each outer side wall.
A minimum clearance of 21 mm (0.8 in.) must be left between the base and the
cabinet bottom to ensure adequate air flow. Figure 4 shows how to bolt the
cabinet.
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Figure 4. Bolting method
Floor
Adjustable Feet (4 pcs)
2cm (0.8 in)
Max. M10
Cabinet Fixing Nut
Cabinet Supporting Nut
Anchor Bolt Fixing Nut
Anchor Bolt
Optional Floor
Mounting Plate
Minimum Distance
For Air Flow 2cm (0.8 in)
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4 Power requirements
The AC power supply must incorporate a readily accessible disconnect
device for disconnecting the cabinet from the mains AC power supply. All
electrical installations must be carried out according to the national wiring
rules and regulations.
The installation input supply wiring must incorporate a fuse or circuit
breaker, rated to suit continuous protection against short circuit.
4.1 Supply voltage
Two power supply options are available, 230 VACand -48/-60 VDC. The quality
of the supply voltage conforms to the ETSI 300 132 specification.
The maximumcable cross-section that can be connected to the ACterminal block
is 6 mm
2
. The minimum cable cross-section is 2.5 mm
2
. Dimension of the cable
cross-section must meet the national legislation.
There is one input for DC and two (only one of which is used in the Intratalk BTS
cabinet) for AC supply on the cabinet top:
For AC supply:
Table 7. Input voltage ranges
Nominal input voltage Alarm limits
-48 VDC -39 ... -57 VDC
-60 VDC -50 ... -72 VDC
208 - 240 VAC ALARM ON: 175 VAC - 185 VAC
ALARM OFF: 185 VAC - 195 VAC
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live (L), neutral (N), and protective earthing (PE)
type of AC power supply connectors: three 2.5 ... 6 mm
2
terminal blocks
For DC supply:
-48 VDC (-), 0 VDC (+)
type of DC power supply connectors: two plus two 10 ... 16 mm
2
terminal
blocks
The cables are lead to the terminal blocks through clamps with which they are
secured to the cabinet top to prevent strain in the cables.
Power feed for the Extension cabinet can be arranged through the Basic cabinet
using jumper cables (delivered with the Extension cabinet), or directly to the
Extension cabinet, in which case the customer supplies the cabling.
4.2 Nokia EmPower support cabinets
The Nokia EmPower 1100 and EmPower 1900 indoor cabinets are used with the
Nokia Talk-family GSM Intratalk base transceiver stations (BTSs). In normal
operation the rectifiers deliver power to the load and simultaneously maintain the
batteries in a fully charged state.
During a mains power failure, the rectifiers are shut down and the batteries deliver
the load power. When the mains input is restored, the rectifiers start up
automatically to deliver the load power and recharge the batteries.
Nokia EmPower indoor cabinets also contain alarm monitoring and remote
reporting for system maintenance purposes.
Nokias Power System Management (PSM) is a local and remote management
system used with Nokia EmPower support cabinets. All Nokia EmPower 1100
and EmPower 1900 indoor cabinets are supplied complete with a Nokia PSM
interface adapter (Q1IA/Q1A) installed (see Section 4.2.3).
4.2.1 Nokia EmPower 1100
The EmPower 1100 indoor cabinets deliver 8.8 kWof steady state power with an
option to upgrade to 17.6 kW with a separate Extension cabinet.
For further details of how the EmPower 1100 operates, refer to the EmPower
1100 User Manual, see Reference [4].
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4.2.2 Nokia EmPower 1900
The Nokia EmPower 1900 indoor cabinets deliver 7.6 kWof steady state power
with an option to upgrade to 15.2 kW with a separate Extension cabinet.
For further details of how the EmPower 1900 operates, refer to the EmPower
1900 User Manual, see Reference [5].
4.2.3 Power System Management
Nokias Power System Management (PSM) is a local and remote management
system for controlling and managing Nokia Site Support Systems (SiSS) and
Battery Back-Up Units (BBUs) that support Nokia Talk-Family BTS.
For further details of how the PSMoperates, refer to the PSMUser Manual, see
Reference [3].
4.3 Fuses
The recommended external fuse type is SLOW. Fuse ratings based on maximum
configuration and all options are detailed in Table 8.
Fuse ratings for other configurations may be calculated from the anticipated
power consumption figures, but it should be noted that if the equipment is
upgraded at a later stage, the fuses may have to be changed.
4.4 Earthing
Earthing is carried out according to the local legislation. The cabinets are
provided with a 16 mm
2
grounding terminal. The Extension cabinet can be
earthed through the Basic cabinet. An earthing cable is provided with the
Extension cabinet for this purpose.
Table 8. Fuse ratings
Conguration -48 V -60 V 230 V
6 TRX BTS (Basic
cabinet)
32 A 25 A 10 A
12 TRX BTS
(Basic and
Extension cabinet)
63 A
(or 2*32 A)
50 A
(or 2*25 A)
16 A
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4.5 Power consumption
Table 9 shows the maximum power consumption in typical configurations.
The power consumption of GSM 900 Transceiver Unit TRXA is 170 W, that of
the GSM 1800 Transceiver Unit TRXD is 200 W, and that of the GSM 1900
Transceiver Unit TRXE is 160 W.
Table 9. Maximum power consumption
Conguration
with AFx and
RTC
Maximum input power [W] without options
GSM 900 GSM 1800 GSM 1900
1 TRX, AFx 300 330 290
4 TRXs, AFx, dual
duplex (in Basic
cabinet)
850 950 820
1+1+1 TRXs, AFx 650 800 620
2+2+2 TRXs, AFx 1250 1450 1250
3+3+3 TRXs, AFx
(Basic + Extension
cabinet)
1850 2100 1850
4+4+4 TRXs, AFx 2350 2700 2350
3 TRXs, RTC 650 800 N/A
4 TRXs, RTC 850 950 N/A
6 TRXs, RTC 1200 1400 N/A
1+1+1 TRXs, RTC 650 800 N/A
2+2+2 TRXs, RTC 1250 1450 N/A
3+3+3 TRXs, RTC 1800 2050 N/A
4+4+4 TRXs, RTC 2300 2650 N/A
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Table 10. Power consumption of options
Option
Power consumption (measured
at BTS input)
Second Transmission Unit (TRU) 12 W
Site Test Monitor unit (STM) 40 W
Masthead Preamplier (MHP) 10 W per cell (maximum 6 pcs)
RRI 48 VDC/72 W (maximum 2 pcs)
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5 Cabinet interfaces
All external interfaces are located on the cabinet top as shown in Figure 5 and
Figure 6.
Figure 5. Basic cabinet interfaces
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A-bis Connectors
AC/DC Power Supply
Filter Module
Earthing Bar
TX/RX Antennas
RX Antennas
Customer Controls 1-6
and Alarms 1-12
Customer Alarms 13-24 Support Alarms
13 MHz
Test
MMI
Test
FCLK
Test
STM ANT
Connector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RRI (DMR)
Antennas
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Figure 6. Extension cabinet interfaces
5.1 Antenna connectors
Cover Panels Earthing Bar
TX/RX Antennas
AC/DC Power Supply
Filter Module
Wiring Board
Cover Plate
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Cover Plate
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Table 11. Antenna connectors
Interface connector Connector type Cable diameter
TX/RX antenna
connectors, 3 pcs in Basic
cabinet
7/16 connector, female 9 to 28 mm (0.35 to 1.1
in.)
RX antenna connectors, 6
pcs in Basic cabinet
7/16 connector, female 9 to 28 mm (0.35 to 1.1
in.)
TX/RX connectors, 3 pcs
in Extension cabinet
7/16 connector, female 9 to 28 mm (0.35 to 1.1
in.)
RRI (DMR) Antenna
Connectors, 3 pcs in
Basic cabinet
N connector, female Coaxial A/B, RG214,
diameter 10.5 mm (0.41
in.)
STM Antenna Connector,
1 in Basic cabinet
N connector, female For example, coaxial
cable A/B, RG214,
diameter 10.5 mm (0.41
in.)
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5.2 A-bis interface
5.3 Test connections
Table 12. A-bis interface connectors
Interface Connector Connector type Cable diameter
A-bis 75-ohmConnectors,
5 pcs x 2 (OUT and IN)
BNC connector, female 2.4 ... 2.8 mm, bend
radius 20 mm (0.79 in.)
75-ohm connector for
external unbalanced
synchronisation, 2 pcs
(OUT and IN)
BNC connector, female 2.4 ... 2.8 mm, bend
radius 20 mm 0.79 in.)
A-bis 100/120-ohm
Connector, 5 pcs x 2
(OUT and IN)
D9 connector, (UNC4-40)
female
3.5 ... 4.5 mm, bend
radius 13 mm (0.51 in.)
100/120-ohm balanced
connected for external
synchronisation, 1 pcs
(OUT and IN)
D9 connector, (UNC4-40)
female
3.5 ... 4.5 mm, bend
radius 13 mm (0.51 in.)
Table 13. Test connectors
Interface connector Connector type
13MHz Test Connector BNC connector, female
FCLK Test Connector BNC connector, female
MMI Test Connector 9-pin D-type, female, (UNC 4-40) for
asynchronous serial RS232C connection,
operation speed 9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 57.6, or 115.2
kbit/s.
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5.4 External alarm and control signals and support
alarms
The external alarm and control connections provide 24 alarm and 6 control lines
for the customer. EAC input and output polarity can be defined in MMI HW
database (alarm active low or high).
Table 14. Customer control outputs and alarm inputs
6 control
types
Open collector type, with serial resistor limiting
current: <21mA
24 alarms High or Low polarity set in the Hardware Database Editor at
time of commissioning.
Table 15. Connectors
Connectors Connector type Cable diameter
Customer Controls 1-6
and Alarms 1-12
Customer Alarms 13-24
Support Alarms
37-pin D-connector (UNC
4-40)
0.4 ... 0.8 mm
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6 Installation overview
The installation process is detailed in the User Manual from the time the BTS
equipment is delivered on site to BTS power-up prior to commissioning.
Installation must be carried out by trained personnel.
6.1 Checking the site
The cabinet installation phase requires that the site be properly surveyed and
prepared, and all required external services correctly installed. The site survey
must identify any special requirements for the installation, such as lifting
equipment.
The site must meet the following requirements before the installation can be
started:
1. The site is accessible and safe for working.
2. Lifting and other equipment is available as defined in the Site Survey
Report.
3. External connections for the cabinet are available: earthing point, mains
power (AC or DC according to the site), and A-bis connection point.
4. All required documentation is available, for example, site-specific
installation instructions and site survey report
5. The BTS delivery is complete.
6.2 Fault reporting
Report all damages, failures and faults to Nokia using the Failure Report Form
provided by your nearest Customer Services (CS).
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6.3 Site folders
Nokia recommends a site-specific folder for every BTS site for recording the
following information:
Installation logs
Commissioning logs
Integration logs
Inventory lists
Site-specific installation information
6.4 Installation Tools And Accessories
The minimum tool requirement is listed in Table 16.
Table 16. Installation tools
Item Tool
1. Antistatic hand strap and cable
2. Screwdrivers; pozidrive (small and medium size), at head
screwdriver (small size)
3. Insulated torque spanner/wrench
4. Torque spanner/wrench for SMA connectors
5. Side cutters
6. BTS door key; triangle key (included in the cabinet delivery)
7. Tie wraps
8. Drill, drill bit (e.g. for drilling the cabinet mounting holes to the
oor)
9. Paint (NCS S 1502-R)
10. Paint brush (small size)
11. Allen keys, 5 mm and 10 mm
12. Multimeter
13. Spirit level
14. Measuring tape
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6.5 System torque settings
Tighten the 7/16 connectors to 25 Nm (18.4 ft-lb) and the SMA connectors to 1
Nm (0.74 ft-lb) torque.
15. Pen
16. Tweezers
17. Torque spanner/wrench and special tool for TX antenna
connection
18. Crimping tool
Table 16. Installation tools (Continued)
Item Tool
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References
1. Nokia Talk-family BTS Warnings and Cautions, DN99593973
2. Nokia Intratalk Cabinet Installation. DN99596004
3. PSM User Manual, CS78550.01
4. EmPower 1100 User Manual, CS78530.01 Version 1
5. EmPower 1900 User Manual, CS78540.01 Version 1
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