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ZXR10 ZSR

Intelligent Integrated Multi-Service Router

Hardware Installation Manual


Version: V2.8.11

ZTE CORPORATION
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Revision History
Revision No.

Revision Date

Revision Reason

R2.0

2011-08-30

First revision

R1.0

2009-01-08

First edition

Serial Number: SJ-20110803091932-002


Publishing Date: 2011-08-30 (R2.0)

Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Chapter 1 Safety Instructions.................................................................... 1-1
1.1 Safety Introduction ............................................................................................. 1-1
1.2 Safety Description .............................................................................................. 1-1

Chapter 2 Installation Overview ................................................................ 2-1


2.1 Equipment Configuration .................................................................................... 2-1
2.1.1 Installation Content................................................................................... 2-1
2.1.2 Equipment Composition............................................................................ 2-1
2.1.3 Main Device............................................................................................. 2-2
2.2 Hardware Installation Flow .................................................................................. 2-5

Chapter 3 Installation Preparation ............................................................ 3-1


3.1 NOC Room Inspection........................................................................................ 3-1
3.2 Indoor Environment of NOC Room Inspection ...................................................... 3-2
3.3 Power Supply Requirements Inspection............................................................... 3-5
3.4 Grounding Inspection ......................................................................................... 3-5
3.5 Auxiliary Equipment Inspection............................................................................ 3-5
3.6 Required Tools ................................................................................................... 3-5
3.7 Technical Document Preparation ......................................................................... 3-6

Chapter 4 Cabinet Installation................................................................... 4-1


4.1 Installing a 19" Standard Rack ............................................................................ 4-1

Chapter 5 Installing the Worktable ........................................................... 5-1


5.1 Installing the Board............................................................................................. 5-1

Chapter 6 Power Cables and Grounding Wires Installation................... 6-1


6.1 AC Power Cable Installation................................................................................ 6-1
6.2 DC Power Cable Installation ............................................................................... 6-1
6.3 Grounding Wire Installation ................................................................................. 6-2

Chapter 7 External Cable Installation ....................................................... 7-1


7.1 External Cable Types ......................................................................................... 7-1
7.2 Configuration Cable Installation........................................................................... 7-1
7.2.1 Console Cable Installation ........................................................................ 7-1
7.2.2 AUX Port Cable Installation....................................................................... 7-3
7.3 Ethernet Cable Installation .................................................................................. 7-3

7.4 E1 Cables Installation ......................................................................................... 7-4


7.4.1 120 Twisted Pair Installation ................................................................... 7-4
7.4.2 120E1 (DB44) Cable Installation ............................................................. 7-5
7.4.3 75 Coaxial Cable Installation .................................................................. 7-7
7.4.4 75E1 (DB44+BNC) Cable Installation ...................................................... 7-8
7.5 USB Prolong Cable Installation ........................................................................... 7-8
7.6 Fiber Installation................................................................................................. 7-8
7.7 V.35/V.24 Cable Installation................................................................................. 7-9
7.7.1 V.35 Cable Installation .............................................................................. 7-9
7.7.2 V.24 Cable Installation ............................................................................ 7-12
7.7.3 SCSI-V.24 Cable Installation ................................................................... 7-20
7.8 Label Style....................................................................................................... 7-30

Chapter 8 Hardware Installation Inspection............................................. 8-1


8.1 Cabinet Inspection.............................................................................................. 8-1
8.2 Power Cable Inspection ...................................................................................... 8-1
8.3 Cabling Inspection.............................................................................................. 8-2
8.4 Label Inspection ................................................................................................. 8-2

Figures............................................................................................................. I
Tables ............................................................................................................ III

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About This Manual


Purpose
At first, thank you for choosing ZXR10 routers of ZTE Corporation!
This manual provides procedures and guidelines that support the operation of ZXR10 ZSR
(V2.8.11) Intelligent Integrated Multi-Service Router.

Intended Audience
This manual is intended for the following engineers:
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Network planning engineer


Commissioning engineer
On-duty personnel

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters:
Chapter

Summary

Chapter 1 Safety Instructions

This chapter describes the safety instructions and signs

Chapter 2 Installation Overview

This chapter describes equipment installation and


commissioning flow

Chapter 3 Installation Preparation

This chapter describes external conditions for equipment


installation, instruments and necessary technical documents
to be used in installation

Chapter 4 Cabinet Installation

This chapter describes how to install cabinets for ZXR10 ZSR

Chapter 5 Power Cables and

This chapter describes the power cables of equipment and

Grounding Wires Installation

their installation process

Chapter 6 External Cable Installation

This chapter describes installation of all relevant external


cables of equipment

Chapter 7 Hardware Installation

This chapter describes hardware installation inspection to

Inspection

prepare for system configuration and debugging

Conventions
ZTE documents employ the following typographical conventions.
Typeface

Meaning

Italics

Variables in commands. It may also refers to other related manuals and documents.

Bold

Menus, menu options, function names, input fields, option button names, check boxes,
drop-down lists, dialog box names, window names, parameters and commands.
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Typeface

Meaning

CAPS

Keys on the keyboard and buttons on screens and company name.

Constant

Text that you type, program codes, filenames, directory names, function names.

width
[]

Optional parameters.

{}

Mandatory parameters.

Separates individual parameter in series of parameters.


Danger: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
Warning: Indicates a hazard that, if not avoided, could result in serious injuries,
equipment damages or interruptions of major services.
Caution: Indicates a potential hazard that, if not avoided, could result in moderate
injuries, equipment damages or partial service interruption.
Note: Provides additional information about a certain topic.
Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs to be checked before proceeding
further.
Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things easier or more productive for the
reader.

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Chapter 1

Safety Instructions
Table of Contents
Safety Introduction .....................................................................................................1-1
Safety Description ......................................................................................................1-1

1.1 Safety Introduction


In order to operate the equipment in a proper way, follow these instructions:
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Only qualified professionals are allowed to perform installation, operation and


maintenance due to the high temperature and high voltage of the equipment.
Observe the local safety codes and relevant operation procedures during equipment
installation, operation and maintenance to prevent personal injury or equipment
damage. Safety precautions introduced in this manual are supplementary to the local
safety codes.
ZTE bears no responsibility in case of universal safety operation requirements
violation and safety standards violation in designing, manufacturing and equipment
usage.

1.2 Safety Description


Contents deserving special attention during configuration of ZXR10 ZSR are explained in
the following table.
Table 1-1 SAFETY DESCRIPTION
Convention

Meaning

Note

Provides additional information

Important

Provides great significance or consequence

Result

Provides consequence of actions

Example

Provides instance illustration

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Installation Overview
Table of Contents
Equipment Configuration ............................................................................................2-1
Hardware Installation Flow .........................................................................................2-5

2.1 Equipment Configuration


2.1.1 Installation Content
The installation of ZXR10 ZSR is shown in Figure 2-1, where the continuous thick lines
show the parts which are to be installed.
Figure 2-1 ZXR10 ZSR Installation Sketch Map

2.1.2 Equipment Composition


The following devices are needed for configuring ZXR10 ZSR:
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Power cable and grounding cable


Various cables

The following devices are optional according to sales contract:


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NM platform
Server

2.1.3 Main Device


ZXR10 ZSR main device includes the following parts:
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ZXR10 ZSR Enclosure


Card
Power Module

Main device can either be installed in a 19-inch standard cabinet or on the work platform
directly.
As shown in Table 2-1, ZXR10 ZSR can be configured to the router of different models.
Table 2-1 ZXR10 ZSR Series Models
Model

Cabinet Structure

Power Supply

RA-1809-AC

Soho

AC

RA-1822-AC

1U

AC

RA-1822-DC

1U

DC

RA-1822E-AC

1U

AC

RA-1822E-DC

1U

DC

RA-1842-AC

2U

AC

RA-1842-DC

2U

DC

RA-1842R-AC

1U

AC

RA-1842R-DC

1U

DC

RA-2822-AC

1U

AC

RA-2822-DC

1U

DC

RA-2842-AC

2U

AC

RA-2842-DC

2U

DC

RA-2842R-AC

1U

AC

RA-2842R-DC

1U

DC

RA-2882-AC

3U

AC

RA-2882-DC

3U

DC

RA-2882R-AC

2U

AC

RA-2882R-DC

2U

DC

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Model

Cabinet Structure

Power Supply

RA-2884-AC

3U

AC

RA-2884-DC

3U

DC

RA-3842-AC

2U

AC

RA-3842-DC

2U

DC

RA-3884-AC

3U

AC

RA-3884-DC

3U

DC

All ZXR10 ZSR enclosures support both DC and AC power supplies and can provide DC
and AC input according to user demands.
The appearance of ZXR10 ZSR (1U) is shown in Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-2 ZXR10 ZSR (1U) Front View

The appearance of ZXR10 ZSR (2U) is shown in Figure 2-3.


Figure 2-3 ZXR10 ZSR (2U) Front View

The appearance of ZXR10 ZSR (3U) is shown in Figure 2-4.

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Figure 2-4 ZXR10 ZSR (3U) Front View

The appearance of ZXR10 1809 (Soho) is shown in Figure 2-5.


Figure 2-5 ZXR10 ZSR 1809 (Soho) Front View

The appearances of ZXR10 1809 R series products are shown in Figure 2-6 and Figure
2-7.
Figure 2-6 ZXR10 ZSR R (Compact Model) (1U) Front View

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Figure 2-7 ZXR10 ZSR R (Compact Model) (2U) Front View

For parameters of ZXR10 ZSR main device, please refer to Table 2-2 and Table 2-3.
Table 2-2 ZXR10 ZSR Device Parameters
Items

1800 (1U)

1800/2800/3800 (2U)

2800/3800 (3U)

Slot Number

Size (mm) (WHD)

44244320

44286.1420

442130.5420

AC: 100V~240V, 50Hz~60Hz


Power Supply
DC: -48V
Working Temperature

-5~45

Working Humidity

10%~90% (no dew)

Table 2-3 Newly Added ZXR10 ZSR Device Parameters


Items

1809 (Soho)

1842R/2842R Series (1U)

2882R Series (2U)

Slot Number

Size (mm) (WHD)

18043.6330

44249400

44288400

AC: 100V~240V, 50Hz~60Hz


Power Supply
DC: -48V
Working Temperature

-5~45

Working Humidity

10%~90% (no dew)

2.2 Hardware Installation Flow


The hardware installation flow is shown in Figure 2-8.

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Figure 2-8 Hardware Installation Flow Diagram

Prepare Installation
Before hardware installation, prepare the following items:
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Know device locations in the lab and lab environment


Know device configurations and composition
Prepare engineering design documents and installation instruction documents needed
for hardware installation
Prepare the necessary installation tools and transport tools
Prepare the necessary certificates and procedures needed for accessing sites

For details, refer to Chapter 3.

Install Main Devices


The installation flow of main devices is shown in Figure 2-8.

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Figure 2-9 Main Device Installation Flow Diagram

During the installation of main devices, there are two installation modes:
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Installed in 19-Inch Standard Cabinet


Installed on Work Platform

Install cards and modules after installation of enclosure.


Install cards and modules in enclosure directly.
For installation details of main devices, refer to Chapter 4.

Connect Power Cable


As for connection of power cable, there are two modes: connection of AC power cable
and connection of DC power cable. For details, refer to Chapter 5.

Connect Other Cables


This part introduces the connection of all cables. For details, refer to Chapter 6.

Check Hardware Installation


After all hardware are installed, it is necessary to check the installation so as to make
preparation to subsequent software installation and system debugging. For details, refer
to Chapter 7.

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Installation Preparation
Table of Contents
NOC Room Inspection ...............................................................................................3-1
Indoor Environment of NOC Room Inspection ............................................................3-2
Power Supply Requirements Inspection .....................................................................3-5
Grounding Inspection .................................................................................................3-5
Auxiliary Equipment Inspection...................................................................................3-5
Required Tools ...........................................................................................................3-5
Technical Document Preparation ................................................................................3-6

3.1 NOC Room Inspection


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Lab Plane
The space between two cabinet rows shall not be less than 1m. The space between
the face/back of the cabinet and wall is not less than 1.5m, as shown in Figure 3-1,
the cabinet rows in the lab shall be placed separately with aisle between each two not
less than 1.2m.
Figure 3-1 Lab Plane Layout

Load on NOC room floor


It must not be less than 450kg per m2.

Net height of the NOC room


It must be more than 3.20m; if not, it must be specified particularly in engineering
design document and cable laying mode shall also be illustrated.

Aisle in NOC room


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The sizes of doors, corridors, stairs (etc.) of NOC room must be big enough for
handling equipment. In usual cases, the width of door must be more than 1.8m and
the height mustn't be lower than 2.2m. In addition, both door locks and keys must be
available.
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Trough and Hole


Number, position and size of inward tubes, ground slots and holes must comply with
engineering design diagram.
Damp-proof measures must be taken to various troughs with corner smooth and
ground and plate must match closely.

Warning!
Check if power cable is available in the trough and hole. If so, take care of it in
construction.

Lab Floor
Patterned materials are not adopted for floor and clear, simple and elegant colors are
appropriate for walls and ceiling. As for the coating, flat paint or paint not containing
silicone must be used.
Anti-static raised floor is required to be laid.
Height of raised floor must be 300mm or 330mm. Floor blocks must be laid closely
and firmly with horizontal error per m2 less than 2mm.
When raised floor is not available, the static conductive floor must be laid (the volume
resistance must be 1.0x107~1.0x1010). The static conductive floor or raised floor
must be grounded for static discharge, which can be connected with grounding facility
through a current-limit resistor and connection cable. The current-limit resistance is
1M.

3.2 Indoor Environment of NOC Room Inspection


The NOC room must be clean and free of dust, corrosive gases, waste gases or chemical
gases. No supply or sewage water pipes are allowed to pass through the lab and any
contact with water must be avoided. In case heating facilities are installed in the lab, no
valve or air outlet can be left in the lab. Air conditioner must comply with indoor temperature
and humidity requirements. In addition, damages to equipment caused by static electricity
and interference on equipment by the electromagnetic field must be avoided.
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Anti-Static Requirements
Equipment must be grounded well and the lab must be laid with antistatic floor or
semi-conductive floor leather. In addition, copper foils must be used for grounding at
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several points (Make sure the copper foils are pressed between the cement floor and
semi-conductive floor and is connected with the grounding cable).
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EMI Protection Requirements


Electric field strength is 300mV/m and magnetic field strength must not exceed 11GS.

Dust-Proof Requirements

The density of dust particle whose diameter is larger than 5m must be less than
30000/m3.

Dust particles must be non-conductive,


non-corrosive.

non-magnetic inductive,

and

The following measures are recommended for dust-proof in the lab:

Doors and windows must be sealed. The external windows must be sealed with
double-layer glass and the doors must be sealed with dust-proof sealing strips.
The ideal condition is to seal the lab with a shutter equipped with a dust filter
device.

Work clothes and slippers must be kept clean and changed regularly.

It is recommended to place operation equipment in outer room, thus avoiding


frequent access and opening/closing of lab door.

Keep a higher relative humidity within the permissible range in the lab to reduce
static electricity adsorption of dust.

Walls and ceiling of the lab must be painted or pasted with wall paper. It is better
to use lusterless paint.

Temperature and Humidity Requirements


The detailed requirements to temperature and humidity are shown in Table 3-1.
Table 3-1 Temperature and Humidity Requirements
Temperature

Relative Humidity

Long-Term

Short-Term

Working

Working

Long-Term

Short-Term

Condition (Note

Condition (Note

Working

Working

Items

1)

2)

Conditions

Conditions

Range

15~30

-5~45

40%~65%

20%~90%

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Note:

When equipment works in normal environment, temperature and humidity


measurement points refer to values measured at points 2m above the floor and
0.4m in front of equipment (they must be measured when there is no protection
plate in front and back of cabinet).

Short-term working conditions refer to less than 48 continuous hours and less
than 15 accumulated days per year.

To reach adequate temperature and humidity, air conditioning devices are necessary.
Large-scale lab must be equipped with air conditioners with humidity adjustment
function while small labs need only to be equipped with cabinet or window air
conditioners.
ZXR10 router also dissipates heat itself, in usual cases centralized air conditioner is
not used. For labs already equipped with centralized air conditioners, in fact it is also
necessary to mount separate air conditioners.
It is suggested to perform the following measures:

Use two circuits of AC mains or self-provided electric generator to supply stable


power for air conditioner.

Centralized air conditioner or at least two sets of small-model air conditioners


need to be configured for the lab to provide appropriate temperate for long-term
operation of devices.

Lighting and Illumination Requirements


Measures against direct sunshine must be taken to avoid aging and deformation of
elements like circuit board caused by long-term .exposure to sunshine.
The average luminance must be 150lx~200lx. Fluorescent lamps embedded into the
ceiling are adopted.
An emergency illumination lamp (DC lamp) can be mounted for buildings with frequent
power failure.
Battery room must be equipped with explosion-proof lamps and the light shall not be
too intense. In addition, direct sunshine must be avoided, for which paper or paint can
be pasted on external windows.

Atmospheric Pressure
Working: 108000Pa~51000Pa
Storage: 108000Pa~12000Pa

Air Pollution
The product must not be exposed to corrosive gases and smog such as sulfureted
hydrogen, sulfur dioxide, ammonia oxide, oil fluxing agent, smoke, and dust. Smoking
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must be prohibited near battery. In addition, it is recommended to prohibit smoking in


all areas where equipment is placed.
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The lab must comply with national Level 2 fire protection standard.

3.3 Power Supply Requirements Inspection


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Nominal voltage of power supply provided for ZXR10 ZSR router by power device in
lab is -48V and the allowed variation range is -57V~-40V.
Noise level index of the DC voltage must comply with general technical specifications
issued by the former MPT.
DC power supply must have over-voltage/over-current protection and indications.

AC Power Supply Requirements


100V~240V, 50Hz~60Hz, wave distortion <5%.
Voltage frequency requirements to standby electric generator are same as those listed
above but its wave distortion range is 5%~10%.

3.4 Grounding Inspection


Ground wires in the lab must be laid radially or in plane mode and ground wires must be
laid separately. Electric circuits formed by reinforcing steel bars used in the building or
through cabinet are not allowed.
In case of compound grounding, the earthing resistance must be less than 1. The
cross-sectional area of grounding wire is determined by the Max permissible current. The
grounding wire must be sheathed copper wire instead of bare copper wire.

3.5 Auxiliary Equipment Inspection


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DDF and ODF frames related to this project must have been installed. The capacity
must be sufficient and all optical cables must have been laid.
Power supply must be prepared and its capacity is sufficient for this project.
Transmission equipment related to this project must have been prepared.
Terminal device must be equipped with a dedicated terminal console, the installation
position of which must be correct and comply with lab layout requirements.

3.6 Required Tools


Before installing device, the following basic tools and instruments must be prepared in
advance.
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Common Tools

Marking tools
Long rolled tape, ruler (1m), marking pen and scribe
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Concrete drilling tools


Hydraulic pressure percussion drill, percussion drill bit and vacuum cleaner

Fastening tools
plus driver (M3~M6), philips screwdriver (M3~M6), socket wrench (M6~M19) and
ring wrench (M6~M19)

Measurement tools
Industrial horizontal ruler, rolled tape, ruler and angle square

Auxiliary tools
Brush, nippers, paper knife, bellows, electric iron, solder, ladder and forklift

Fitting tools
Sharp-nose pliers, diagonal pliers, vices, hand-held electric drill, file, handsaw,
crowbar, and rubber hammer

Common Instruments
Multimeter, 500V megohmmeter (used in insulation resistance measurement)

Special Tools

Optical multimeter, optical connector and tail fiber

Coaxial trunk self-loop cable

Coaxial cable installation tool

Earth resistance tester

Antistatic bracelet/ring

Wire stripper

Crimping pliers

3.7 Technical Document Preparation


Installation engineering personnels must take the following technical documents with them
for reference:
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Cabinet Installation
Table of Contents
Installing a 19" Standard Rack....................................................................................4-1

4.1 Installing a 19" Standard Rack


The detailed installation process is as follows:
1. Prerequisites:
l Make sure that the cabinet has been fixed, the position in the cabinet where the
enclosure will be installed is disposed and there is no barrier in or near the cabinet.
Make sure that the enclosure to be installed is ready and has been carried to
cabinet nearby for handling.
2. If flanges are not installed on the enclosure, perform the following steps for installation:
a. Take out flanges and special screws from the accessory bag, put the flanges in
the ventro-side of the enclosure, and align the screw hole on the enclosure and
the flange hole.
b. Use philips screwdriver and special screws to fix the flange to one side of the
enclosure.
c.

Fix the flange on the other side of the enclosure in above steps.

3. Use the philips screwdriver to remove the four gaskets at the bottom of the enclosure,
and keep them for future use.
4. Lift the enclosure slowly and carry it to the cabinet.
5. Lift the enclosure to a position a little higher than sliding rail in the cabinet, place the
enclosure onto the sliding rail and push it into the cabinet carefully.
6. Fix and fasten the flanges to the square holes of 19-inch cabinet with screws and fix
the enclosure into the cabinet.
The installation is shown in Figure 4-1.

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Figure 4-1 Enclosure Installation

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Installing the Worktable


1. Prerequisites:
l Make sure that the work platform is firm enough to support the enclosure and
cables. It is better to allow less people to walk around to avoid touching cables
connected to the router.
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l Make sure that the enclosure to be installed is ready and has been carried to work
platform nearby for handling.
l Check if there are gaskets at the bottom of the equipment; if not, take out the
gaskets in the accessory bag and install them with screws.
2. After that, lift the enclosure to a position a little higher than the level of work platform
and put the enclosure onto the work platform. Leave 10cm space at least on both right
and left enclosure sides to provide good heat dissipation and ventilation; leave 20cm
distance at least behind the enclosure for laying of power cable and other cables.

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Installing the Board.....................................................................................................5-1

5.1 Installing the Board


ZXR10 ZSR provides three enclosure models: 1U, 2U and 3U.
1. As for 1U enclosure, there are two slots for line interface card (LIC). The slot numbers
are LIC1 and LIC2 from top to down.
2. As for 2U enclosure, there are four slots for LIC. The slot numbers are LIC1-LIC4 in
sequence of from left to right and from top to down.
3. As for 3U enclosure, there are eight slots for LIC. The slot numbers are LIC1-LIC8 in
sequence of from left to right and from top to down. There are obvious identifiers in
the middle of two columns of slots for corresponding slot with slot number.
To install cards, perform the following steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Wear anti-static hand wreath.


Unpack and take out the card.
Push the card along the sliding rail into the enclosure.
When sliding panel reaches socket on backplane, force ahead to insert card into the
socket.
5. Screw on fixed screws.
6. Insert the blank panel into the idle slot.

ZXR10 ZSR router is compatible with partial interface cards of ZXR10 GAR. Among these
cards, the LIC cards whose types end with R (such as RA-8FE-R) are not applicable to
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ZSR system and can not be used. While ZXR10 ZSR can be compatible with LIC cards
ending with other characters or without special identifiers. And these LIC cards can be
used.

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Power Cables and Grounding


Wires Installation
Table of Contents
AC Power Cable Installation .......................................................................................6-1
DC Power Cable Installation.......................................................................................6-1
Grounding Wire Installation ........................................................................................6-2

6.1 AC Power Cable Installation


As shown in Figure 6-1, standard print power cable is used as the AC power cable. One
end is connected to AC power socket on AC power module of ZXR10 ZSR and the other
end is connected to 220V AC power socket.
Figure 6-1 AC Power Cable

6.2 DC Power Cable Installation


As shown in Figure 6-2, the model of ZXR10 ZSR DC power cable is C-PWR-074.
Figure 6-2 DC Power Cable

Connector of End A is 042051000017, which is a D-model solder plug for 3-conductor


straight cable (Hole+Pin+Hole).
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Corresponding relationship between two ends of DC power cable is as shown in Table 6-1.
Table 6-1 Corresponding Relationship between Two Ends of DC Power Cable
Terminal A

Terminal B

Power Signal

B3 Terminal

PE

B2 Terminal

-48V

B1 Terminal

-48VGND

The detailed installation process is as follows:


Terminal A is connected to -48V input socket of device, and three terminals on terminal B
shall be connected according to labels pasted on each conductor, where B1 is connected
to DC power supply -48V GND, B2 is connected to DC power supply -48V, B3 is connected
to Protective Earth (PE).

6.3 Grounding Wire Installation


There is a grounding screw on the back of ZXR10 ZSR enclosure, and the screw is on the
left bottom. For using yellow-green cabinet protect cable, connect one end of the cable to
grounding screw and the other end of the cable to protective earth of cabinet.

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External Cable Installation


Table of Contents
External Cable Types .................................................................................................7-1
Configuration Cable Installation ..................................................................................7-1
Ethernet Cable Installation .........................................................................................7-3
E1 Cables Installation.................................................................................................7-4
USB Prolong Cable Installation ..................................................................................7-8
Fiber Installation.........................................................................................................7-8
V.35/V.24 Cable Installation ........................................................................................7-9
Label Style ...............................................................................................................7-30

7.1 External Cable Types


ZXR10 ZSR has the following cables:
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Serial console cable


Ethernet cable
E1 cable
USB extension cable
Optical fiber
V.35/V.24 cable

7.2 Configuration Cable Installation


7.2.1 Console Cable Installation
Serial console cable is the basic cable used to configure and maintain ZXR10 ZSR. The
model is C-232-007.
One end of the cable is the DB9 female plug, connected to the serial interface on
background terminal. The other end of the cable is RJ45 connector, connected to the
CONSOLE port on front panel of ZXR10 ZSR enclosure. Then the background terminal
and router can communicate with each other.
The serial console cable is shown in Figure 7-1.

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Figure 7-1 Serial Console Cable

Note:
Terminal A is connected to serial interface of PC and terminal B is connected to console
port of device

Connection of serial console cable is shown in Table 7-1.


Table 7-1 Serial Console Cable Connection
Terminal A (DB9 Hole)

Cable Chromatogram

Terminal B (RJ45)

White

Blue

White

Orange

White

Green

White

Brown

The following shows how to use CAT5 twisted pair cable to make serial console cable.
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Strip 20mm external insulation away from both ends of cable and strip 3mm of core
wire.
Solder the core wire to corresponding pin of DB9 plug as required in the table above.
The soldering must be firm and reliable.
Install the shell of DB9 and the cable mustnt get loose.
The fabrication of terminal RJ45 is the same with the network cable. Pay attention to
the line order.

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7.2.2 AUX Port Cable Installation


DB9-RJ45_AUX cable is used for dialing and configuring router remotely through MODEM.
One end of the cable is DB9 female plug (hole) and the other end is RJ45 connector. The
cable length is the distance between background to router.
Connection of DB9-RJ45_AUX cable is as shown in Table 7-2.
Table 7-2 DB9-RJ45_AUX Cable Connection
Terminal A (DB9)

Signal

Terminal B (RJ45)

Signal

DCD

DCD

TX

RX

RX

TX

DTR

DTR

GND

GND

DSR

DSR

RTS

RTS

CTS

CTS

7.3 Ethernet Cable Installation


CAT5 and hyper CAT5 network cables are often used as network cables. RJ45 plugs are
crimped on both ends of the cable with the structure as shown in Figure 7-2.
Figure 7-2 Structure Of Network Cable With RJ45 Connectors At Both Ends

The cable is 8P8C straight cable solder plug; the specification is E5088-001023; technical
parameters: rated current: 1.5, rated voltage: 125V, crimped with AWG24-28# wire gauge
round cable. Cables can be classified into the following two types according to different
cable crimping order in the plug:
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Straight-through network cable RJ45: the cable connection relationship is in the


one-to-one correspondence at both ends. The specific connection relationship is
shown in Table 7-3.

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Table 7-3 Straight-through Network Cable RJ45 Connection


Terminal A

Cable Chromatogram

Terminal B

White and Orange

Orange

White and Green

Green

Blue

White and Blue

White and Brown

Brown

Crossover network cable RJ45J: cable connection relationship is cross


correspondence between two twisted pairs at both ends. The specific connection
relationship is shown in Table 7-4.
Table 7-4 Crossover Network Cable RJ45 Connection
Terminal A

Cable Chromatogram

Terminal B

White and Orange

Orange

White and Green

Green

Blue

White and Blue

White and Brown

Brown

7.4 E1 Cables Installation


ZXR10 ZSR provides many kinds of channelized E1 cards, which use different interfaces
and cables.

7.4.1 120 Twisted Pair Installation


8/4 port channelized E1 interface card (RA-8CE1/RA-4CE1) provides a RJ48 socket and
can be connected with 120 balanced twisted pair cable. The two ends of the cable are
crimped with RJ48 plugs. The structure of RJ48 plug is the same with that of RJ45 plug.
If the socket of the peer device is also RJ48, use 1 and 4, 2 and 5 crossed E1 crossover
cable for connection. The connection relationship is shown in Table 7-5.
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Table 7-5 Connection Relationship at the Ends of E1 Crossover Cable RJ48


End A

Signal

End B

Signal

RX_RING

TX_RING

RX_TIP

TX_TIP

Un-connected

Un-connected

TX_RING

RX_RING

TX_TIP

RX_TIP

Un-connected

Un-connected

Un-connected

Un-connected

Un-connected

Un-connected

If the peer device uses BNC connector, it is needed to add a RJ48-to-BNC interface
converter. Now ZXR10 ZSR is connected to converter with straight-through E1 cable,
while the peer device is connected to converter through coaxial cable.
The connection relationship of the straight-through E1 cable ends is shown in Table 7-6.
Table 7-6 Connection Relationship of RJ48 Connectors at Two Ends of Straight-through
E1 Cable
Terminal A

Signal

Terminal B

Signal

RX_RING

TX_RING

RX_TIP

TX_TIP

Un-connected

Un-connected

TX_RING

RX_RING

TX_TIP

RX_TIP

Un-connected

Un-connected

Un-connected

Un-connected

Un-connected

Un-connected

7.4.2 120E1 (DB44) Cable Installation


The connector on one end of 120 E1 (DB44) cable is DB44, and the other end is
customized. The cable length is variable.
The connection at DB44 end of cable is shown in Table 7-7.

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Table 7-7 Line Order at DB44 Interface


Sending/Receiving
Port ID

Plug Pin

Direction

16

Signal Illustration
IA

RX END
1

IB

8
2

OA
TX END

OB

17

IA
RX END

18

IB

7
31

OA
TX END

32

OB

IA
RX END

IB

6
19

OA
TX END

20

OB

36

IA
RX END

35

IB

5
34

OA
TX END

33

OB

IA
RX END

IB

21

TX END

OA

22

TX END

OB

IA
RX END

IB

3
23

OA
TX END

24

OB

38

IA
RX END

37

IB

2
40

OA
TX END

39

OB

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Sending/Receiving
Port ID

Plug Pin

Direction

10

Signal Illustration
IA

RX END
11

IB

1
25

OA
TX END

26

OB

12

IA
RX END

13

IB

*
27

OA
TX END

28

OB

42

IA
RX END

41

IB

*
43

OA
TX END

44

OB

14

IA
RX END

15

IB

*
29

OA
TX END

30

OB

7.4.3 75 Coaxial Cable Installation


4-port channelized E1 non-balanced micro coaxial interface card (RA-4CE1-75) provides
BNC interface and can be connected with 8-core micro coaxial cable.
As the eight single-core cables are in the same one sheath, the lengths of the eight
single-core cables have been adjusted to match the sockets on the backplane. Connect
the cables as shown in Figure 7-3.

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Figure 7-3 8-core Micro Coaxial Cable

7.4.4 75E1 (DB44+BNC) Cable Installation


The connector on one end of 75 E1 (DB44+BNC) non-balanced cable is DB44, and the
other end are two BNC connectors. The cable length is variable.

7.5 USB Prolong Cable Installation


One end of the USB extension cable of ZXR10 ZSR is USBAM, and the other end is
USBAFM. The example is shown in Figure 7-4.
Figure 7-4 USB Extension Cable

Note:
The USB extension cable is universal for data products.

7.6 Fiber Installation


In ZXR10 ZSR, different optic interface cards provide different types of optical interfaces
including SC, LC and MT-RJ. Except for MT-RJ, whose RX and TX ends are integrated in
one physical interface, the RX and TX ends of all other optical interfaces are used in pairs.

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Different types of optical interfaces use different models of optical connectors. The end of
the fiber needs to match corresponding connector.
ZXR10 ZSR provides the following three models of optical interfaces:
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SC interface: a fiber with two square interfaces for transmission and reception and
using SC connectors.
LC interface: a fiber with two square interfaces for transmission and reception and
using LC connector, whose size is smaller than that of SC interface.
MT-RJ interface: a fiber with one square interface for transmission and reception and
using MT-RJ connector. There is MT-RJ interface on 8-port POS3 interface card.

ZXR10 ZSR provides swappable GBIC module. It is mainly used on 2-port gigabit
Ethernet interface card, using SC interface. When installing GBIC module, push it into
position horizontally according to idle slot ID on the module and interface card. Force
plugging/unplugging is forbidden.
Two types of fibers are available: single-mode fiber and multi-mode fiber. User can
configure the fiber according to the actual application. Generally, multi-mode fiber is
used in short-distance transmission while single-mode fiber is used in long-distance
transmission.
As for fiber out of the cabinet, make sure to protect the fiber against any damages with
plastic corrugated sleeve. The fiber within the protect sleeve must not be wound up and
the corners must be radian. The labels at two ends of the fiber must be clear. The meaning
of the label must correctly reflect corresponding serial numbers and relationship between
cabinets and between rows.

7.7 V.35/V.24 Cable Installation


7.7.1 V.35 Cable Installation
V.35C1
V.35C1 cable is used when the serial interface card is used as DTE in V.35 service. The
figure is shown in Figure 7-5.

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Figure 7-5 V.35C Cable

The connection of V.35C1 cable is shown in Table 7-8.


Table 7-8 V.35C1 Cable Connection
Terminal A (D36

Cable

Plug)

matogram

Chro-

Terminal

B2

Terminal A (D36

Cable

(V.35 Plug, pin)

Plug)

matogram

(V.35 Plug, pin)

White

White

Blue

Blue

2 and 3 of Termi-

11 and 12 of Ter-

Circuited

nal A Short Cir3

minal

cuited
C and D of Termi-

Chro-

B1

Short

C and D of Termi-

nal B2 Short Cir-

Terminal

nal B1 Short Cir-

cuited

cuited

White

White

Orange

Orange

White

White

Green

Green

White

White

19

Brown

19

Brown

20

Red

20

Red

21

Blue

21

Blue

22

Red

22

Red

23

Orange

23

Orange

24

Red

24

Red

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Terminal A (D36

Cable

Terminal A (D36

Cable

Plug)

matogram

Chro-

Terminal

(V.35 Plug, pin)

B2

Plug)

matogram

Chro-

Terminal

(V.35 Plug, pin)

B1

25

Green

25

Green

26

Red

AA

26

Red

AA

27

Brown

27

Brown

V.35DA
V.35DA cable is used when the serial interface card is used as DCE in V.35 service. The
figure is shown in Figure 7-6.
Figure 7-6 V.35DA Cable

The connection of V.35DA cable is shown in Table 7-9.


Table 7-9 V.35DA Cable Connection
Terminal A (D36

Cable

Plug)

matogram

Chro-

Terminal

B2

Terminal A (D36

Cable

(V.35 plug, pin)

Plug)

matogram

(V.35 plug, pin)

White

10

White

Blue

EF

13

Blue

EF

2 and 3 of Termi-

11

11 and 12 of Ter-

12

Circuited

nal A Short Cir3

minal

cuited
C and D of Termi-

Chro-

B1

Short

C and D of Termi-

nal B2 Short Cir-

Terminal

nal B1 Short Cir-

cuited

White

Orange

7
8

cuited

14

White

15

Orange

White

AA

16

White

AA

Green

17

Green

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Terminal A (D36

Cable

Terminal A (D36

Cable

Plug)

matogram

Chro-

Terminal

(V.35 plug, pin)

B2

Plug)

matogram

Chro-

Terminal

(V.35 plug, pin)

B1

White

18

White

19

Brown

28

Brown

20

Red

29

Red

21

Blue

30

Blue

22

Red

31

Red

23

Orange

32

Orange

24

Red

BB

33

Red

BB

25

Green

34

Green

26

Red

35

Red

27

Brown

36

Brown

7.7.2 V.24 Cable Installation


V.24AA
V.24AA cable is used when the serial interface card is used as DTE in V.24 service. The
figure is shown in Figure 7-7.
Figure 7-7 V.24AA Cable

The connection of V.24AA cable is shown in Table 7-10.

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Table 7-10 V.24AA Cable Connection


Terminal

Cable

Chro-

(D36 Plug)

matogram

2 and 3 of Termi-

Terminal
(DB25, Pin)

B2

Terminal

Chro-

matogram

11

11 and 12 of Ter-

Terminal

B1

(DB25, Pin)

minal A Short Cir-

cuited
4 and 5 of Termi-

Cable

(D36 Plug)

nal A Short Cir3

12
4

cuited
4 and 5 of Termi-

nal B2 Short Cir-

nal B1 Short Cir-

cuited

White

Blue

cuited

10

White

20

13

Blue

20

White

14

White

Orange

15

Orange

Green (White)

24

16

Green (White)

24

Brown (White)

18

Brown (White)

20

Blue (Red)

23

29

Blue (Red)

23

22

Orange (Red)

31

Orange (Red)

24

Green (Red)

17

33

Green (Red)

17

26

Brown (Red)

15

35

Brown (Red)

15

V.24BA
V.24BA cable is used when the serial interface card is used as DCE in V.24 service. The
figure is shown in Figure 7-8.
Figure 7-8 V.24BA Cable

The connection of V.24BA cable is shown in Table 7-11.


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Table 7-11 V.24BA Cable Connection


Terminal

Cable

Chro-

Terminal

B2

Terminal

Cable

Chro-

Terminal

(D36 Plug)

matogram

(DB25, Pin)

(D36 Plug)

matogram

(DB25, Pin)

White

10

White

Blue

68

13

Blue

68

2 and 3 of Termi-

11

11 and 12 of Ter-

cuited

nal A Short Cir-

4 and 5 of Termi-

B1

minal A Short Cir12

cuited

nal B2 Short Cir-

4 and 5 of Terminal

cuited

B1 Short Circuited

White

20

14

White

20

Orange

20

15

Orange

20

Green (White)

15

16

Green (White)

15

Brown (White)

18

Brown (White)

20

Blue (Red)

17

29

Blue (Red)

17

22

Orange (Red)

31

Orange (Red)

24

Green (Red)

24

33

Green (Red)

24

26

Brown (Red)

24

35

Brown (Red)

24

V24A RJ45 Cable (Reverse Telnet)


One end of V24A RJ45 cable is the MDR-36 plug and the other end are two RJ45
connectors. The figure is shown in Figure 7-9.
Figure 7-9 V24A RJ45 Cable

The connection of V24A RJ45 cable is shown in Table 7-12.

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Table 7-12 V24A RJ45 Cable Connection


D36 Plug (DCE)

Pin No.

RJ45 Plug (Terminal B2)


Conductor Signal

Conductor Signal

Name

Name

Conductor Color

(Black 1*

GND

Blue)

RTS1 (Note: 1)

(Black

CTS1 (Note: 1)

Orange)

DTR1

(Black

DSR1

Green)

CD1

(Black

TCLK1

Brown)

TCLK1

Black (Grey) 2*

TXD1

19

(White

V35TXD1

20

Grey)

RCLK1

21

(Red

RCLK1

22

Blue)

RXD1

23

(Red

V35RXD1

24

Orange)

ECLK1

25

(Red

ECLK1

26

Green)

ECLKA1

27

Red (Brown)

V35ECLKA1

Pin No.

GND

GND

4 (Note 1)

RXD1

TXD1

D36 Plug

RJ45 Connector (Terminal B1)

10

(Black) Grey

GND

11

(White

RTS0 (Note: 1)

12

Blue)

CTS0 (Note: 1)

13

(White

DTR0

14

Orange)

DSR0

15

(White

CD0

16

Green)

TCLK0

17

(White

TCLK0

18

Brown)

TXD0

28

(Red) Brown

V35TXD0

29

(Red

RCLK0

GND

GND

4 (Note 1)

RXD0

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Pin No.

RJ45 Plug (Terminal B2)


Conductor Signal

Conductor Signal

Name

Name

Conductor Color

30

Grey)

RCLK0

31

(Yellow

RXD0

32

Blue)

V35RXD0

33

(Yellow

ECLK0

34

Orange)

ECLK0

35

(Yellow

ECLKA0

36

Green)

V35ECLKA0

TXD0

Pin No.

Note:
Connect pins 4 and 5 of RJ45 rather than connect GND cables of M_CD and RJ45
connectors of MDR-36 plug.

V24A DB9 Cable (Reverse Telnet)


One end of V24A DB9 cable is the MDR-36 plug and the other end are two DB9 connectors.
The figure is shown in Figure 7-10.
Figure 7-10 V24A DB9 Cable

The connection of V24A DB9 cable is shown in Table 7-13.

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Table 7-13 V24A DB9 Cable Connection


D36 Plug (DCE)

Pin No.

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B2)


Conductor Signal

Conductor Signal

Name

Name

Conductor Color

(Black1*

GND

Blue)

RTS1 (Note: 1)

(Black

CTS1 (Note: 1)

Orange)

DTR1

(Black

DSR1

Green)

CD1

(Black

TCLK1

Brown)

TCLK1

Black (Grey) 2*

TXD1

19

(White

V35TXD1

20

Grey)

RCLK1

21

(Red

RCLK1

22

Blue)

RXD1

23

(Red

V35RXD1

24

Orange)

ECLK1

25

(Red

ECLK1

26

Green)

ECLKA1

27

Red (Brown)

V35ECLKA1

Pin No.

GND

GND

5 (Note 1)

RXD1

TXD1

D36 Plug

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B1)

10

(Black) Grey

GND

11

(White

RTS0 (Note: 1)

12

Blue)

CTS0 (Note: 1)

13

(White

DTR0

14

Orange)

DSR0

15

(White

CD0

16

Green)

TCLK0

17

(White

TCLK0

18

Brown)

TXD0

28

(Red) Brown

V35TXD0

29

(Red

RCLK0

GND

GND

5 (Note 1)

RXD0

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Pin No.

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B2)


Conductor Signal

Conductor Signal

Name

Name

Conductor Color

30

Grey)

RCLK0

31

(Yellow

RXD0

32

Blue)

V35RXD0

33

(Yellow

ECLK0

34

Orange)

ECLK0

35

(Yellow

ECLKA0

36

Green)

V35ECLKA0

TXD0

Pin No.

Note:
Connect pins 4 and 5 of DB9 rather than connect GND cables of M_CD and DB9
connectors of MDR-36 plug.

MODEM Cable
One end of MODEM cable is the MDR-36 plug and the other end are two DB25 male plugs.
The figure is shown in Figure 7-11.
Figure 7-11 MODEM Cable

The connection of MODEM cable is shown in Table 7-14.

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Table 7-14 MODEM Cable Connection


D36 Plug (DCE)

Signal Direction

2# DB25 Male Plug

Schematic
Conductor

Diagram Signal

Conductor

Colour

Name

Signal Name

Pin No.

Pin No.

(Black1*

GND

GND

Blue)

RTS1 (Note 1)

>

RTS1

(Note 1) 4

(Black

CTS1 (Note 1)

<

CTS1

(Note 1) 5

Orange)

DTR1

>

DTR1

20

(Black

DSR1

<

DSR1

Green)

CD1

<

(Black

TCLK1

>

ETC1

24

Brown)

TCLK1

Black (Grey) 2*

TXD1

>

TD1

19

(White

V35TXD1

20

Grey)

RCLK1

>

ERC1

23

21

(Red

RCLK1

22

Blue)

RXD1

<

RD1

23

(Red

V35RXD1

24

Orange)

ECLK1

<

RC1

17

25

(Red

ECLK1

26

Green)

ECLKA1

<

TC1

15

27

Red (Brown)

V35ECLKA1

D36 Plug

0.45kg DB25 Male Plug

10

(Black) Grey

GND

GND

11

(White

RTS0 (Note 1)

>

RTS0

(Note 1) 4

12

Blue)

CTS0 (Note 1)

<

CTS0

(Note 1) 5

13

(White

DTR0

>

DTR0

20

14

Orange)

DSR0

<

DSR0

15

(White

CD0

<

16

Green)

TCLK0

>

ETC0

24

17

(White

TCLK0

18

Brown)

TXD0

>

TD0

28

(Red) Brown

V35TXD0

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Signal Direction

2# DB25 Male Plug

Schematic
Conductor

Diagram Signal

Conductor

Colour

Name

Signal Name

Pin No.
29

(Red

RCLK0

30

Grey)

RCLK0

31

(Yellow

RXD0

32

Blue)

V35RXD0

33

(Yellow

ECLK0

34

Orange)

ECLK0

35

(Yellow

ECLKA0

36

Green)

V35ECLKA0

l
l
l

Pin No.

>

ERC0

23

<

RD0

<

RC0

17

<

TC0

15

Note:
Here the two pins are short circuit and suspended.
The upper and lower conductors are in different colors and are bracketed together
which indicates that they are in pair.
Black (Grey) indicates that the conductor is the Black one in Black and Grey cable
pair. Correspondingly, Grey (Black) indicates this conductor is the Grey one in Black
and Grey cable pair.
CTS of this card is provided by RTS of this card. Peer CTS is provided by peer RTS.

7.7.3 SCSI-V.24 Cable Installation


V.24-DS-001
V.24-DS-001 cable is used when RA-8AS and RA-16AS serial interface cards are used
as DTE in V.24 service. One end of the cable is SCSC68 plug and the other end is DB25
connector (pin). The example is shown in Figure 7-12.

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Figure 7-12 V.24-DS-001 Cable

Connection of V.24-DS-001 is shown in Table 7-15.


Table 7-15 V.24-DS-001 Cable Connection
Signal at
Termi-

Cable Chro-

nal A

matogram

37

Terminal B

White

Terminal

Terminal

Cable Chro-

matogram

GND

53

Signal at
Terminal B

White

4
2 (Note)

Blue

(Note)

39
(Note)
36

Orange

(Note)
B1

GND

4
RTS0

18 (Note)

Blue

(Note)

5
White

Terminal B

RTS4

5
CTS0

55 (Note)

White
B5

(Note)

CTS4

20

DTR4

20

DTR0

52

Orange

White

DSR0

21

White

DSR4

Green

CD0

20

Green

CD4

White

TD0

19

White

TD4

38

Brown

RD0

54

Brown

RD4

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Termi-

Cable Chro-

nal A

matogram

41

Terminal B

White

Terminal

Terminal

Cable Chro-

matogram

GND

57

Signal at
Terminal B

White

4
6 (Note)

Blue

(Note)

43

RTS1

22 (Note)

Blue

(Note)

CTS1

59 (Note)

White

20

DTR1

56

Orange

Orange

White

DSR1

25

Green

CD1

White

42

Brown

45

White

(Note)

CTS5

20

DTR5

White

DSR5

24

Green

CD5

TD1

23

White

TD5

RD1

58

Brown

RD5

GND

61

White

GND

(Note)

47

4
RTS2

26 (Note)

Blue

(Note)

(Note)

White

44

Orange

CTS2

63 (Note)

White

20

DTR2

60

Orange

13

White

DSR2

29

12

Green

CD2

11

White

46

Brown

49

White

B3

14

(Note)

CTS6

20

DTR6

White

DSR6

28

Green

CD6

TD2

27

White

TD6

RD2

62

Brown

RD6

GND

65

White

GND

RTS3

30 (Note)

Blue

B7

4
Blue

(Note)

51

4
(Note)

(Note)

White

48

Orange

17

RTS7

(Note)

CTS3

67 (Note)

White

20

DTR3

64

Orange

White

DSR3

33

16

Green

CD3

15

White

50

Brown

B4

RTS6

(Note)

(Note)

B6

4
Blue

RTS5

40

(Note)

(Note)

5
White

10

GND

(Note)

B2

Terminal B

(Note)

CTS7

20

DTR7

White

DSR7

32

Green

CD7

TD3

21

White

TD7

RD3

66

Brown

RD7

B8

Note: Here the two pins are short circuited and suspended. Never connect each other.

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V.24-DS-002
V.24-DS-002 cable is used when RA-8AS and RA-16AS serial interface cards are used
as DCE in V.24 service. One end of the cable is SCSC68 plug and the other end is DB25
connector (hole). The example is shown in Figure 7-13.
Figure 7-13 V.24-DS-002 Cable

Connection of V.24-DS-002 is shown in Table 7-16.


Table 7-16 V.24-DS-002 Cable Connection
Signal at
Terminal

Cable Chro-

matogram

37

Terminal

Termi-

Cable Chro-

nal A

matogram

Terminal B

White

GND

53

Signal at
Terminal B

White

18
2 (Note)

Blue

5 (Note)

CTS0

(Note)

Blue

White

36

Orange

RTS0

(Note)

White

CD0

52

Orange

White

DSR0

21

Green

20

DTR0

White

38

Brown

GND

CTS4

4 (Note)

B-

(Note)

55
39 (Note)

Terminal B

RTS4

(Note)
B5

CD4

White

DSR4

20

Green

20

DTR4

RD0

19

White

RD4

TD0

54

Brown

TD4

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Terminal

Cable Chro-

matogram

41

Terminal

Termi-

Cable Chro-

nal A

matogram

Terminal B

White

GND

57

Signal at
Terminal B

White

22
(Note)

Blue

5 (Note)

CTS1

43 (Note)

White

4 (Note)

RTS1

Blue

(Note)

White

40

Orange

CD1

56

Orange

White

DSR1

25

Green

20

DTR1

White

42

Brown

45

White

(Note)

59

Blue

(Note)

RTS5

CD5

White

DSR5

24

Green

20

DTR5

RD1

23

White

RD5

TD1

58

Brown

TD5

GND

61

White

GND

B6

5 (Note)

CTS2

(Note)

5
Blue

(Note)

63
47 (Note)

White

44

Orange

13

CTS5

26
10 (Note)

GND

6 (Note)

B-

Terminal B

CTS6

4 (Note)

RTS2

(Note)

White

(Note)

RTS6

CD2

60

Orange

CD6

White

DSR2

29

White

DSR6

12

Green

20

DTR2

28

Green

20

DTR6

11

White

RD2

27

White

RD6

46

Brown

TD2

62

Brown

TD6

49

White

GND

65

White

GND

14 (Note)

Blue

5 (Note)

CTS3

B3

B7

30
(Note)

5
Blue

(Note)

67
51 (Note)

White

48

Orange

17

4 (Note)

RTS3

(Note)

White

CD3

64

Orange

White

DSR3

33

16

Green

20

DTR3

15

White

50

Brown

B4

CTS7

(Note)

RTS7

CD7

White

DSR7

32

Green

20

DTR7

RD3

21

White

RD7

TD3

66

Brown

TD7

B8

Note: Here the two pins are short circuited and suspended. Never connect each other.

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V.24-DS-003
V.24-DS-003 cable is used when RA-8AS and RA-16AS serial interface cards are used to
connect terminal device, such as router or switch. One end of the cable is SCSC68 plug
and the other end is RJ45 8PC plug. The example is shown in Figure 7-14.
Figure 7-14 V.24-DS-003 Cable

Connection of V.24-DS-003 is shown in Table 7-17.


Table 7-17 V.24-DS-003 Cable Connection
Cable
Termi-

Cable Chro-

nal A

matogram

37

White

Signal at
Terminal B
7

Terminal B
GND

ChroTerminal A

matogram

Signal at
Terminal B

53

White

Blue

18

Blue

39

White

55

White

36

Orange

52

Orange

B5

B1

Terminal B

GND

White

21

White

Green

20

Green

White

RD0

19

White

RD4

38

Brown

TD0

54

Brown

TD4

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Termi-

Cable Chro-

nal A

matogram

41

White

Signal at
Terminal B
7

Terminal B
GND

ChroTerminal A

matogram

Signal at
Terminal B

57

White

Blue

22

Blue

43

White

59

White

40

Orange

56

Orange

B6

B2

Terminal B

GND

White

25

White

Green

24

Green

White

RD1

23

White

RD5

42

Brown

TD1

58

Brown

TD5

45

White

GND

61

White

GND

10

Blue

26

Blue

47

White

63

White

44

Orange

60

Orange

B7

B3
13

White

29

White

12

Green

28

Green

11

White

RD2

27

White

RD6

46

Brown

TD2

62

Brown

TD6

49

White

GND

65

White

GND

14

Blue

30

Blue

51

White

67

White

48

Orange

64

Orange

B8

B4
17

White

33

White

16

Green

32

Green

15

White

RD3

21

White

RD7

50

Brown

TD3

66

Brown

TD7

SCSI 68 Plug and DB9 Female Plug Multi-Core Cable


One end of the cable is SCSI 68 plug and the other end are 8 DB9 female plugs. The
figure is shown in Figure 7-15.

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Figure 7-15 SCSI 68 Plug and DB9 Female Plug Multi-Core Cable

SCSI 68 plug and DB9 female plug multi-core cable is shown in Table 7-18.
Table 7-18 SCSI 68 Plug and DB9 Female Plug Multi-Core Cable Connection
SCSI 68 Plug (DCE)

Signal Direction

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B1)

Schematic
Pin No.

Conductor

Diagram Signal

Conductor

Color

Name

Signal Name

37

GND0

M_RTS0

39

M_CTS0

36

M_DTR0

M_DSR0

M_CD0

3
38

Pin No.

GND0

GND0

5 (Note 1)

M_TX0

>

RD0

M_RX0

<

TD0

SCSI 68 Plug

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B2)

41

GND1

M_RTS1

43

M_CTS1

40

M_DTR1

SCSI 68 Plug

GND1

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B2)

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Signal Direction

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B1)

Schematic
Pin No.

Conductor

Diagram Signal

Conductor

Color

Name

Signal Name

Pin No.

M_DSR1

M_CD1

GND1

5 (Note 1)

M_TX1

>

RD1

42

M_RX1

<

TD1

SCSI 68 Plug

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B3)

45

GND2

GND2

10

M_RTS2

47

M_CTS2

44

M_DTR2

13

M_DSR2

12

M_CD2

GND2

5 (Note 1)

11

M_TX2

>

RD2

46

M_RX2

<

TD2

SCSI 68 Plug

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B4)

49

GND3

GND3

14

M_RTS3

51

M_CTS3

48

M_DTR3

17

M_DSR3

16

M_CD3

GND3

5 (Note 1)

15

M_TX3

>

RD3

50

M_RX3

<

TD3

SCSI 68 Plug

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B5)

53

GND4

GND4

18

M_RTS4

55

M_CTS4

52

M_DTR4

21

M_DSR4

20

M_CD4

GND4

5 (Note 1)

19

M_TX4

>

RD4

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SCSI 68 Plug (DCE)

Signal Direction

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B1)

Schematic
Pin No.

Conductor

Diagram Signal

Conductor

Color

Name

Signal Name

54

M_RX4

<

SCSI 68 Plug

TD4

Pin No.
3

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B6)

57

GND5

22

M_RTS5

59

M_CTS5

SCSI 68 Plug

GND5

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B6)

56

M_DTR5

25

M_DSR5

24

M_CD5

GND5

5 (Note 1)

23

M_TX5

>

RD5

58

M_RX5

<

TD5

SCSI 68 Plug

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B7)

61

GND6

GND6

26

M_RTS6

63

M_CTS6

60

M_DTR6

29

M_DSR6

28

M_CD6

GND6

5 (Note 1)

27

M_TX6

>

RD6

62

M_RX6

<

TD6

SCSI 68 Plug

DB9 Female Plug (Terminal B8)

65

GND7

GND7

30

M_RTS7

67

M_CTS7

64

M_DTR7

33

M_DSR7

32

M_CD7

GND7

5 (Note 1)

31

M_TX7

>

RD7

66

M_RX7

<

TD7

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Note:
Connect pins 4 and 5 of DB9 rather than connect GND cables of M_CD and DB9
connectors of SCSI 68 PLUG.

7.8 Label Style


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Transverse English label is used on panels and plugs whose areas are larger than
label area. Label dimension is shown in Figure 7-16.
Figure 7-16 Transverse English Labels on Panels and Plugs

The meaning of label is as follows:

RJ45 is cable's English code. The corresponding name is parallel network cable.

Port A is the terminal A of cable plug, which is corresponding to terminal B or


another terminal.

5m is the finished cable length, which is the straight length from plug of cable at
one end to the plug of cable at the other end.

FE 10/100Base-T 1 indicates connection position, which is the first network


interface of the fast Ethernet interface card 10/100Base-T.

Roll-up Self-mulching Laser Print Type II Labels


Name of the label pasted on the cable is roll-up self-mulching laser print type II label.
The label dimension is shown in Figure 7-17.

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Figure 7-17 Roll-up Self-mulching Laser Print Type II Labels

The meaning of label is shown in Figure 7-16.


Compared with transverse English labels on panels and plugs, the roll-up
self-mulching laser print type II label can only be used on plugs or panels whose
areas are larger than the label area. The roll-up self-mulching laser print type II label
is used when the cable plug size is smaller or using of the transverse English label
affects the cables appearance. It is pasted on the cable through the self-contained
cellulose tape.
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Labels Pasted on Cables

Power Cable Label


A flag-type label worked out by ZTE can be used as an engineering marker for
power cables, as shown in Figure 7-18.
Figure 7-18 Power Cable Label

The paste position is 2cm from the lug. Firstly paste the label on the cable for
less than a half circle and then stick the backs of the two half parts of the flag-type
label. One such label must be pasted on each end of a power cable, as shown
in Figure 7-19.

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Figure 7-19 Paste Position of Power Cable Label

The flag-type power cable is divided into two areas: L and R. Their specific
meanings are as follows:
t

L: In this area, fill location code of local device. That is, it indicates the
location of local device connected with power cable.

R: In this area, fill location code of remote device. That is, it indicates
the location of remote device connected with power cable. If the other
end is power distribution cabinet, the characters distribution cabinet and
the characteristics of the power cable must be indicated. For example:
Distribution GND.

Note:
The contents on two labels at two ends of a power cable must be opposite to each
other. For example, the contents filled in L area of the label at one end must be
consistent with those filled in R area of the label at the other end.

Optical Fiber Label


Meaning and composition of the fiber engineering label are shown in Figure 7-20.
Figure 7-20 Meaning and Composition of Fiber Engineering Label

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Both sides of the fiber engineering label are marked with L and R. The specific
meanings are as follows:

When label is pasted on fiber at ZXR10 ZSR side, the row number, column
number and layer of fiber in the cabinet at the side of the connected remote
optical interface device as well as the fiber No. must be filled in R area of
the label. In this case, the row number and column number of ZXR10 ZSR
where the fiber is located must be filled in L area of the label.

When the label is pasted on optical interface device of the office, the contents
in the label must be opposite to those in label at ZXR10 ZSR side.

Coaxial Cable Label


Meaning and composition of the coaxial cable label are shown in Figure 7-21.
Figure 7-21 Meaning and Composition of Coaxial Cable Engineering Label

Both sides of the coaxial cable label are marked with L and R. The specific
meanings are as follows:

When label is stuck to coaxial cable on ZXR10 ZSR side. The R side of
the label must be filled with the actual content of the DDF: row and column
numbers of the DDF, the layer of the cable in the DDF and cable number.
In this case, the row number and column number of ZXR10 ZSR where the
cable is located, the layer of the cable and the cable number must be filled
in L area of the label.

When the label is pasted on DDF of the office, the contents in the label must
be opposite to those in label at ZXR10 ZSR side.

Network Cable Label


The label to be rolled onto the cable is called: transverse English type-I label with
its dimension shown in Figure 7-22. The content marking methods are the same
as those shown in Figure 7-16.

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Figure 7-22 Transverse English Type-1 Label

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Hardware Installation
Inspection
Table of Contents
Cabinet Inspection......................................................................................................8-1
Power Cable Inspection..............................................................................................8-1
Cabling Inspection......................................................................................................8-2
Label Inspection .........................................................................................................8-2

8.1 Cabinet Inspection


1. After cabinet installation, the cabinets must be stable and neat. One row of cabinets
must be aligned in one line. The faces of cabinets in one row must be in the same
plane with difference less than 5mm.
2. Vertical difference of cabinet must be less than 3mm.
3. All fasteners must be fixed firmly; the length of exposed nuts in the same specification
shall be identical.
4. All parts on cabinet must be fixed firmly without damage and cables shall be intact
without break; devices shall be labeled completely, correctly and clearly,
5. After cabinet installation, clean the installation marks on the internal and external
surfaces of the cabinet. The cabinet must be free from dust.
6. After all cables are laid, the sliding cover plates at the top and bottom cabling holes of
the cabinet must be pushed in position to avoid entry of any animal.
7. Enclosure in the cabinet and on the work platform must be installed reasonably,
correctly, steadily and firmly.
8. All cards must be installed correctly and be against the back panel closely. Upper and
lower wrenches on the card must be locked firmly and fixed screws are screwed on.
lank panel must be installed correctly without obvious gap between cards. UN (green)
indicator must be on when system is powered and works normally. ALM (red) indicator
must be on when alarm is generated.

8.2 Power Cable Inspection


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Power cable
Check if 3-pin plug and 3-core connector at two ends of power cable are correctly and
reliably connected.

DC power
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Grounding wire
Check if the protective earth of the enclosure is connected correctly and reliably.

8.3 Cabling Inspection


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Cables must be laid neatly.


Two ends of the cable must be marked obviously to prevent wring connection or
missing connection.
Signal cable must be bound separately with heavy-current cable to prevent
interruption to signal transmission.
The corner curve of cable must be smooth and even with radian radius less than 100
times of cable diameter.
The superfluous part of cable must be trimmed tidily and bound to cabling rack at the
side of the cabinet.
All cable clips must be bound in the same direction and with even space.
When cable is laid in horizontal cabling channel, bind one cable clip at each cable
hole along the cable channel.
When cable is laid in vertical cabling channel, bind one cable clip every 80 space.
Cable must be laid at the specific positions with consistent binding space.
Cables must be laid smoothly and mustn't be crossed; bind cables outside the cabinets
to bundles according to different cabinets.
Superfluous cables must be leaved for all cables and cable clip must be trimmed tidily
with no spine at the connection ends of clips.
Connectors of all cables must be locked firmly. No pin on the plug and connector shall
get missing or bent.

8.4 Label Inspection


All labels must be tidy and clean. In addition, their marks and locations must be correct.

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Figures
Figure 2-1 ZXR10 ZSR Installation Sketch Map ........................................................ 2-1
Figure 2-2 ZXR10 ZSR (1U) Front View.................................................................... 2-3
Figure 2-3 ZXR10 ZSR (2U) Front View.................................................................... 2-3
Figure 2-4 ZXR10 ZSR (3U) Front View.................................................................... 2-4
Figure 2-5 ZXR10 ZSR 1809 (Soho) Front View ....................................................... 2-4
Figure 2-6 ZXR10 ZSR R (Compact Model) (1U) Front View .................................... 2-4
Figure 2-7 ZXR10 ZSR R (Compact Model) (2U) Front View .................................... 2-5
Figure 2-8 Hardware Installation Flow Diagram......................................................... 2-6
Figure 2-9 Main Device Installation Flow Diagram..................................................... 2-7
Figure 3-1 Lab Plane Layout..................................................................................... 3-1
Figure 4-1 Enclosure Installation............................................................................... 4-2
Figure 6-1 AC Power Cable ...................................................................................... 6-1
Figure 6-2 DC Power Cable ...................................................................................... 6-1
Figure 7-1 Serial Console Cable ............................................................................... 7-2
Figure 7-2 Structure Of Network Cable With RJ45 Connectors At Both Ends ............ 7-3
Figure 7-3

8-core Micro Coaxial Cable ..................................................................... 7-8

Figure 7-4 USB Extension Cable .............................................................................. 7-8


Figure 7-5 V.35C Cable........................................................................................... 7-10
Figure 7-6 V.35DA Cable ........................................................................................ 7-11
Figure 7-7 V.24AA Cable ........................................................................................ 7-12
Figure 7-8 V.24BA Cable ........................................................................................ 7-13
Figure 7-9 V24A RJ45 Cable .................................................................................. 7-14
Figure 7-10 V24A DB9 Cable.................................................................................. 7-16
Figure 7-11 MODEM Cable..................................................................................... 7-18
Figure 7-12 V.24-DS-001 Cable .............................................................................. 7-21
Figure 7-13 V.24-DS-002 Cable .............................................................................. 7-23
Figure 7-14 V.24-DS-003 Cable .............................................................................. 7-25
Figure 7-15 SCSI 68 Plug and DB9 Female Plug Multi-Core Cable......................... 7-27
Figure 7-16 Transverse English Labels on Panels and Plugs .................................. 7-30
Figure 7-17 Roll-up Self-mulching Laser Print Type II Labels .................................. 7-31
Figure 7-18 Power Cable Label............................................................................... 7-31
Figure 7-19 Paste Position of Power Cable Label ................................................... 7-32
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Figure 7-20 Meaning and Composition of Fiber Engineering Label ......................... 7-32
Figure 7-21 Meaning and Composition of Coaxial Cable Engineering Label............ 7-33
Figure 7-22 Transverse English Type-1 Label ......................................................... 7-34

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Tables
Table 1-1 SAFETY DESCRIPTION ........................................................................... 1-1
Table 2-1 ZXR10 ZSR Series Models........................................................................ 2-2
Table 2-2 ZXR10 ZSR Device Parameters ................................................................ 2-5
Table 2-3 Newly Added ZXR10 ZSR Device Parameters .......................................... 2-5
Table 3-1 Temperature and Humidity Requirements.................................................. 3-3
Table 6-1 Corresponding Relationship between Two Ends of DC Power
Cable ....................................................................................................... 6-2
Table 7-1 Serial Console Cable Connection .............................................................. 7-2
Table 7-2 DB9-RJ45_AUX Cable Connection............................................................ 7-3
Table 7-3 Straight-through Network Cable RJ45 Connection..................................... 7-4
Table 7-4 Crossover Network Cable RJ45 Connection .............................................. 7-4
Table 7-5 Connection Relationship at the Ends of E1 Crossover Cable RJ48............ 7-5
Table 7-6 Connection Relationship of RJ48 Connectors at Two Ends of
Straight-through E1 Cable........................................................................ 7-5
Table 7-7 Line Order at DB44 Interface ..................................................................... 7-6
Table 7-8 V.35C1 Cable Connection ....................................................................... 7-10
Table 7-9 V.35DA Cable Connection ....................................................................... 7-11
Table 7-10 V.24AA Cable Connection ..................................................................... 7-13
Table 7-11 V.24BA Cable Connection...................................................................... 7-14
Table 7-12 V24A RJ45 Cable Connection ............................................................... 7-15
Table 7-13 V24A DB9 Cable Connection................................................................. 7-17
Table 7-14 MODEM Cable Connection ................................................................... 7-19
Table 7-15 V.24-DS-001 Cable Connection ............................................................. 7-21
Table 7-16 V.24-DS-002 Cable Connection ............................................................. 7-23
Table 7-17 V.24-DS-003 Cable Connection ............................................................. 7-25
Table 7-18 SCSI 68 Plug and DB9 Female Plug Multi-Core Cable
Connection............................................................................................. 7-27

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