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CMX In-Out 120 CMXIO-A

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1 Identification -2
2 Introduction -2
3 Features and Application Notes -2
4 General Description -3
5 Functional Overview -5
6 External Interfaces -7
7 Physical Description -13
8 Power Supply -14
9 Cables and Installation -14
10 Standards -15
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1 Identification
Table 1 provides identification of the CMX In-Out 120 (CMXIO).
Table 1: Identification of the CMXIO
2 Introduction
This document describes the CMX In-Out 120 - version A (CMXIO-A) which is part
of the 1511Media Access Cross-Connect (1511 MAX).
3 Features and Application Notes
The CMXIO-A:
is used in an 1511 MAX shelf
provides 4 E1 interfaces
provides 2 LAN management interfaces
provides 2 BITS inputs and 1 output
provides 4 Alarm inputs and 4 dry outputs
provides 2 Alarm Lamp drivers
distributes battery power to the CMX-A boards
operates within the temperature range of -5 C to +60 C
contains a Remote Inventory (RI) circuit
permanently monitors the voltage on both battery inputs
Part number Mnemonic Description
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4 General Description
The CMXIO-A must be viewed as a companion board for the Controller Multiplexer
Cross-Connect (CMX-A). It performs the interface function of the 1511 MAX.
Note: for more information on the supported appliques, refer to the Unit Data Sheets
(UDS) of the relevant appliques.
Figure 1 shows the position of the CMXIO-A in the 1511 MAX system.
Fig. 1: Position of the CMXIO-A in the 1511 MAX System
Figure 2 shows the position of the CMXIO-A in the 1511 MAX shelf. The board is
placed in the slot position next to and to the right of the CMX-A boards.
Applique
NE1
CMX
FXS
Voice
FXO
TPIF
TeleProtection
Data
CMXIO
Battery
4 x E1
BITS
LAN
management
Alarms
CLI
DAT
EM
PSTN
Framer/LIU ANE1
CMX
PBX
NE1
Framer/LIU
NE1
Framer/LIU
NE1
Framer/LIU
NE1
Framer/LIU
NE1
Framer/LIU
Applique
ANE1
Applique
ANE1
A
B
N x E1
N x E1
N x E1
HSPTP
COD
CoDirectional
COND
ContraDirectional
CLI
MRD
Voice
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Fig. 2: Position of the CMXIO-A in the 1511 MAX Shelf
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5 Functional Overview
The external interfaces, of the CMX-A boards are provided on the separate CMXIO-A
board, common to the redundant CMX-A boards. The CMXIO-A routes the external
interfaces to the active CMX-A board. Figure 3 shows the CMXIO-A functional
architecture.
Fig. 3: CMXIO-A Functional Architecture
Table 2 provides the descriptions of the connectors of Figure 4 Front view.
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Fig. 4: CMXIO-A Front View
Table 2: Front View Definitions
Numbers Definitions
1 Power Supply Connector
2 RJ 45 - Lamp Out or Connector to another board
3 LAN RJ 45 - Ethernet
4 Bits Out
5 4x RJ 45 - Alarm In
6 Label - Board Name and Release
7 4x RJ 45 - Alarm Out
8 4x E1 - RJ 45 - 120 ohms
9 2x Bits In
10 LAN RJ 45 - Ethernet
11 RJ 45 - Lamp Out or Connector to another board
12 BAT-B Power On/Off Switch
13 BAT -A Power On/Off Switch
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6 External Interfaces
Table 3 gives an overview of the external interfaces of the CMXIO-A board:
Table 3: CMXIO-A Board External Interfaces
Note: The external interfaces with mini coax connectors and E1 interfaces are protected
against electrostatic discharge.
Note: Each of the relay contacts (alarm outputs, lamp interface) is protected by a 0.5 A
quick speed fuse.
Power
A 3-pin male power Dsub connector is used to connect the BATtery A+B (BATA,
BATB) and the BATtery RETurn (BATRET). The power supply is protected against
overvoltage and overcurrent and in addition filtered. The protected and filtered 48V
power supply is distributed to both CMX-A boards.
The status of the circuit breaker is pernamently monitored. When a circuit breaker is
switched off an alarm is shown on the management system.
Table 4provides the details of the Male Connector of the Power Supply.
Interface Number Connector Type
Power 1 Dsub (3-pin)
E1 uplink 4 RJ 45
BITS 2 Mini coax
BITS-O 1 Mini coax
LAN management 2 RJ 45
Alarm inputs 4 RJ 45
Alarm outputs 4 RJ 45
Lamp Interface 2 RJ 45
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Fig. 5: CMXIO-A Power Connector
Table 4: CMXIO Power Table Connecter
For board fusing please refer to the Safety Manual (3AG 28300 AAAA TCZZA).
E1 Uplink Interfaces
The board is equipped with 4 RJ 45 connectors for 4 E1 interfaces at 2048 kbit/s, with a
120 balanced impedance, according to ITU-T Recommendation G.703.
Table 5 shows the layout of the front panel connector.
Fig. 6: RJ45 Cable Connector
PIN Number Descriptions
A1 Power Supply - BAT-A -48/-60VDC
A2 Power Supply - Battery Return
A3 Power Supply - BAT-B-48/-60VDC
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Fig. 7: RJ45 Connector Pin Configuration
Table 5: E1 RJ45 Connector Layout
(See Figures 6 and 7 for RJ 45 Pin Numbering).
BITS and BITS-O Interfaces
The board provides:
BITS-IN
A double 1.0/2.3 mini coax connector for 2 external clock inputs, according to ITU-
T Recommendation G.703, section 13, 2048 kHz synchronization interface.
BITS-OUT
A single 1.0/2.3 mini coax connector for system clock output, according to ITU-T
Recommendation G.703, section 13, 2048 kHz synchronization interface.
Pin Signal
1 Line in Y
2 Line in Z
3 Line in Ground
4 Line out Y
5 Line out Z
6 Line out Ground
7 PE
8 PE
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LAN Management
The board is equipped with 2 RJ 45 connectors for 2 Ethernet 10/100 Base-Tx interfaces.
The first interface is to connect to a management station. The second interface is meant
for daisy chaining towards another 1511 MAX. The possible settings per management
interface are:
disabled
auto negotiation
10 Mbit/s half duplex
10 Mbit/s full duplex
100 Mbit/s half duplex
100 Mbit/s full duplex
Table 6 shows the layout of the front panel connector for LAN interface.
Table 6: Connector Layout for LAN Interface
(See Figures 6 and 7 for RJ 45 Pin Numbering).
Alarm Inputs
The board has 4 alarm inputs, each of them terminating on a separate RJ 45 connector.
Each alarm input can individually be configured as a 1-wire or 2-wire interface.
1-wire interface:
When used as a 1-wire interface, the alarm input is connected (using 1 wire) to 1 pole
of an external contact. The other pole of this external contact is connected to battery
return. When the external contact is closed, the alarm input becomes connected to
battery return.
2-wire interface:
When used as a 2-wire interface, the alarm input is connected (using 2 wires) to both
poles of an external dry contact.
Table 7 shows the layout of the front panel connector for ALM1, ALM2 and ALM3.
Pin Signal Pin Signal
1 TxData + 5 -
2 TxData - 6 RecvData -
3 RecvData + 7 PE
4 - 8 PE
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Table 7: Alarm Input Connector Layout for ALM1, ALM2, ALM3 and ALM4
(See Figures 6 and 7 for RJ 45 Pin Numbering).
Alarm Outputs
The board has 4 alarm outputs, each of them terminating on a separate double 3-pole
relay contact (dry out contact) on a RJ 45 connector.
Table 8 shows the layout of the front panel connectors for the alarm output interfaces.
Table 8: Alarm Output Connector Layout
(See Figures 6 and 7 for RJ 45 Pin Numbering).
Pin Signal Pin Signal
1 ALM xa 5 PE
2 ALM xb 6 PE
3 PE 7 PE
4 PE 8 PE
Pin Signal Pin Signal
1 ALM xa-NO 5 PE
2 ALM xa-C 6 ALM xb-NO
3 ALM xa-nC 7 ALM xb-C
4 PE 8 ALM xb-nC
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Lamp Interfaces
2 lamps on the rack are switched on and off via a relay contact on the board. The board
is equipped with two RJ 45 connectors for daisy chaining the lamp interfaces of several
shelves.
Table 9 shows the layout of the front panel connectors for both lamp interfaces.
Table 9: Alarm Input Connector Layout for LAMPS Interface
(See Figures 6 and 7 for RJ 45 Pin Numbering).
Fig. 8: Lamp Interfaces
The function of the signals is as follows:
The signal on Pin 1 is used to drive the red lamp (indicating Critical or Major alarms)
The signal on Pin 2 is used to drive the orange lamp (indicating Minor or Warning
alarms)
The lamps in the top-rack unit are permanently connected to battery-return. The lamps
must be connected to the LAMPx signals on the RJ 45 connectors. The CMXIO activates
the lamp by switching the wire to battery.
Pin Signal Pin Signal
1 LAMP 0 5 PE
2 LAMP 1 6 PE
3 PE 7 PE
4 PE 8 LAMPRET
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7 Physical Description
Figure 9 shows the front panel of the CMXIO-A board.
Fig. 9: CMXIO-A Board Front Panel
Dimensions
The dimensions of the CMXIO-A are:
Height: 268 mm
Depth: 160.02 mm
Width: 40.64 mm
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Weight
The weight of the CMXIO-A is 0.940 kg.
8 Power Supply
The CMXIO-A is powered with a nominal voltage of -48VDC (with a range between -
38.4 VDC and -72VDC).
When the CMXIO-A is powered with its nominal voltage of -48VDC the maximum
power consumption is 1.7 W and the current is 35 mA.
When the maximum voltage of -72 VDC is applied the maximum power consumption
is 3.6 W and the current is 50 mA.
9 Cables and Installation
For more information about cabling and installation refer to the 1511 MAX Hardware
Installation Manual.
Switch Settings
The CMXIO-A board is equipped with 4 E1 interfaces (RJ 45 connector). The Line in
Ground signal on pin 3 of each E1 connector can be connected to Frame Ground or left
open.
For the 2 BITS clock input interfaces, a difference in earth potential at each end of the
cable, may result in unwanted current flowing in the outer conductor of the coaxial cable,
through connectors and through the receiver input circuitry. To prevent this, a DC
isolation can be switched in between the outer conductor and bonding network at the
receiver interface. Each receiver circuit is equipped with a switch:
Position A: no DC blocking
Position B: DC blocking by means of a 22 nF capacitor.
The selection is done by an individual switch for each E1 circuit and BITS clock input.
Figure 10 shows the location of the switches.
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Fig. 10: Switch Positions on CMXIO-A
S200 is related to E1 port 1
S201 is related to E1 port 2
S202 is related to E1 port 3
S203 is related to E1 port 4
S300 is related to BITS clock input 1
S301 is related to BITS clock input 2
The following applies for the 6 switches:
Switch lever in position 1-2: Rx cable screen DC connected to ground.
Switch lever in position 2-3: Rx cable screen AC coupled to ground.
10 Standards
The applicable standards for the CMXIO-A board are listed in the 1511 MAX Safety
Manual.
S300
S301
S200
S201
S202
S203
3 2 1
3 2 1
3 2 1
3 2 1
3 2 1
3 2 1
1 2 3
Position 1-2:
1 2 3
Position 2-3:
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