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Next Generation Ethernet


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Installation and
Cabling Manual
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Document Revision History

OmniBAS -2W/4W/8W
Installation and Cabling Manual - Edition 6.0

Document Revision History


Revisions

This page shows the main changes effected in relation to the previous
edition of the OmniBASTM IDU Installation:
Revisions

Reasons of
change

Previous:

4.0 5.1

Current:

6.0

The table below shows the reasons for the document change effected in
relation to the previous document edition.
Chapter /

A (Added),
M (Modified) or
R (Removed)

Paragraph
Introduction
Overview of OmniBAS Product Family (page 2):
New unit added (OmniBASTM-4P).
New unit for OmniBASTM-4W.

M/A

Installation Material
Installation materials for OmniBAS-4W/8W (page 10).

New installation materials for new unit OmniBAS-4P (page 14).

Before Starting the Installation


New Power supply requirements (page 17) for new units OmniBASTM4W/4P.
New Cabling Overview (page 20) for all units.

M/A
M

Mechanical Installation
New Chassis Overview (page 34) for new unit OmniBASTM-4W.

New unit added OmniBAS-4P (page 39).

Cabling Installation
New unit added OmniBASTM-4P (page 55).

A
TM

E1 Terminations (pages 60, 63, 66)New unit added OmniBAS -4P.

Cable Characteristics
New cable characteristics for new unit OmniBASTM-4P (pages 73 - 75).

Appendix-C: Receptacles Pin Out


New receptacles pin-outs added for new unit OmniBASTM-4P (page 95)

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Table of Contents
1

Introduction ......................................................................................................................1
About this Document..........................................................................................................1
Overview of OmniBAS Product Family ..............................................................................2
Safety Precautions .............................................................................................................5

Installation Tools..............................................................................................................6

Installation Material..........................................................................................................7
OmniBAS-2W.....................................................................................................................7
OmniBAS-4W/8W ............................................................................................................10
OmniBAS-4P....................................................................................................................14

Before Starting the Installation.....................................................................................16

4.1

Installation Prerequisites ..................................................................................................16

4.2

Cabling Overview .............................................................................................................20


Modem Cabling ................................................................................................................21
RJ-45 Cabling (Ethernet Payload) ...................................................................................23
RJ-45 Cabling (Outband Management) ...........................................................................24
SFP Cabling (Ethernet Payload) ......................................................................................25
SFP Cabling (STM-1 Payload).........................................................................................26
E1 Cabling (Balanced 120 ) ..........................................................................................27
Power Supply Cabling......................................................................................................28
Other Cabling ...................................................................................................................29

Mechanical Installation..................................................................................................32

5.1

OmniBAS-2W...................................................................................................................32
Chassis Overview ............................................................................................................32
IDU Installation.................................................................................................................33

5.2

OmniBAS-4W...................................................................................................................34
Chassis Overview ............................................................................................................34
IDU Installation.................................................................................................................35

5.3

OmniBAS-8W...................................................................................................................37
Chassis Overview ............................................................................................................37
IDU Installation.................................................................................................................38

5.4

OmniBAS-4P....................................................................................................................39
Chassis Overview ............................................................................................................39
IDU Installation.................................................................................................................40

Cabling Installation ........................................................................................................42

6.1

Power Supply Cables.......................................................................................................43


Preparation ......................................................................................................................44
Installation ........................................................................................................................48

6.2

IF Tails .............................................................................................................................56

6.3

E1 Terminations ...............................................................................................................59
Open End Cables (Balanced 120 )................................................................................59
I

Table of Contents

BNC Terminations (Unbalanced 75 ) ............................................................................62


RJ-45 Terminations (Balanced 120 ).............................................................................65
6.4

I/O Cables ........................................................................................................................68

6.5

Ethernet Cables ...............................................................................................................70

Cable Characteristics ....................................................................................................71

7.1

GbE Cable Characteristics...............................................................................................71


OmniBAS-2W...................................................................................................................71
OmniBAS-4W/8W ............................................................................................................72
OmniBAS-4P....................................................................................................................73

7.2

Fast Ethernet Cable Characteristics ................................................................................74


OmniBAS-2W...................................................................................................................74
OmniBAS-4W/8W ............................................................................................................74
OmniBAS-4P....................................................................................................................75

7.3

STM-1 Cable Characteristics ...........................................................................................76


OmniBAS-4W/8W ............................................................................................................76

Appendix-A: Modem Card Installation / Removal ..................................................................77


Appendix-B: I/O Connections ..................................................................................................80
Appendix-C: Receptacles Pin Out ...........................................................................................83
OmniBAS-2W...................................................................................................................83
OmniBAS-4W/8W ............................................................................................................89
OmniBAS-4P....................................................................................................................95
Appendix-D: Open End Cables Color Codes..........................................................................99

II

Equipment Disposal
Disposal of old electrical and electronic equipment (applicable through
the European Union and other European countries with separate waste
collection systems).
This symbol, found on this product and any of its parts or on its operating
instructions or on its packaging, indicates that electrical and electronic
equipment may not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste. Instead,
this product should be handed over to applicable collection points for the
recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
By ensuring the correct disposal of this product, you will help prevent
potential negative consequences to the environment and human health,
which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate disposal of this product.
By recycling, reusing and other forms of recovery of old electrical and
electronic equipment you are making an important contribution to the
conservation of natural resources and to the protection of the environment.
For more information about the recycling of this product, please contact your
local municipal authorities, municipal waste disposal service or the store
where you purchased this product.

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Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Intracom S.A. Telecom Solutions declares that the
product OmniBAS is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of the directive
1999/5/EC, and with the requirements of the RoHS directive
2011/65/EU.
For further information, please visit the following URL:
http://emc.intracom-telecom.com/


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OmniBAS

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2011/65/EU.

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OmniBAS -2W/4W/8W
Installation and Cabling Manual - Edition 6.0

Introduction

About this Document


Scope of
document

This document provides information concerning the installation and cabling


of the following OmniBAS Indoor Units (IDUs) units:

Target
Audience

This document is addressed to certified technicians with wireless equipment


knowledge and skills concerning the following:

Reference
Manuals

OmniBASTM-2W
OmniBASTM-4W
OmniBASTM-8W
OmniBASTM-4P

Indoor Unit Installation (IDU).


Addition / Removal of IDU Cards.
Laying and Installation of Cables.
Preparation & Termination of: Ethernet, E1, Power cables e.t.c
Test & Measurement of cables (Ethernet, Optical, Power).
Equipment Grounding to the Main Grounding System.

The following document for OmniBASTM IDU Installation can be used for
additional product information and are available by Intracom S.A. Telecom
Solutions:
Item

Conventions

Description

OmniBAS_ODU_Installation Manual.

OSDR_Installation Manual.

This document applies the following conventions:


This symbol means DANGER. The purpose of this symbol is to
warn you that any wrong action can cause bodily injury or even
death.
This symbol means CAUTION. The purpose of this symbol is to
prevent you from performing an action that might result in damage
of the equipment.
A note calls your attention to important supplementary information.

Chapter 1. Introduction

Overview of OmniBAS Product Family


Introduction

The OmniBAS family of Intracom Telecom IP MW PtP portfolio comprises:


Split-mount systems:
OmniBAS Indoor Units (IDUs) 1RU / 2RU high and 19 wide.
OmniBAS Outdoor Units (ODUs) & antenna systems.
All-outdoor system:
OmniBAS OSDR (Outdoor Software-Defined Radio) integrating
everything (baseband / controller / modem / radio) into a robust
enclosure.
This document describes the installation of:
OmniBAS - 2W/4W/8W IDUs for Split-mount system.
OmniBAS - 4P IDU for All-outdoor system.
Continued on next page

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Overview of OmniBAS Product Family, Continued


OmniBAS
IDUs

The OmniBAS Indoor Units (IDUs) are shown below:


Indoor Unit (IDU)

Description
It is a Native-IP, 1RU unit
accommodating up to two modems. It
can be positioned at the edge of the
network, or can be used as a repeater
and even as a ring node.

OmniBAS-2W

Interfaces:
2 x GbE (electrical) &
2 x GbE (electrical or SFP) (1)
- / 16 x E1
It is a Native-IP, highly-modular 1RU
indoor unit and is capable of
accommodating in the same chassis
the following cards (identical with
OmniBASTM-8W):
a combination of 4 modem cards
one interface card
one controller card

OmniBAS-4W

Modem cards can be flexibly chosen


based on the connection type to the
outdoor unit:
radio connection to an ODU using
coaxial IF cable
PonE connection to an all-outdoor
unit (i.e OmniBAS OSDR) system
using Ethernet cable
Interfaces:
2 x GbE (electrical) & 4 x GbE (SFP)
- / 16 / 32 x E1
2 / 4 x STM-1 (VC-12)
Continued on next page

(1)

When Dual Media SFPs are installed, then only two out of four electrical GbE interfaces can be used.

Chapter 1. Introduction

Overview of OmniBAS Product Family, Continued


OmniBAS
IDUs, continued

Indoor Unit (IDU)

Description
OmniBAS-8W is the base for the
leading CBAN (Converged Backhaul
Aggregation Node) supporting flexibly
all MW technologies appropriate for
HetNets backhauling.
It is a Native-IP, highly-modular 2RU
indoor unit and is capable of
accommodating in the same chassis
the following cards:
a combination of eight modem cards
two interface cards
two controller cards

OmniBAS-8W

Modem cards can be flexibly chosen


based on the connection type to the
outdoor unit:
radio connection to an ODU using
coaxial IF cable
PonE connection to an all-outdoor
unit (i.e OmniBAS OSDR) system
using Ethernet cable
Interfaces
2 x GbE (electrical) & 4 x GbE (SFP),
per control card
- / 16 / 32 x E1, per interface card
2 / 4 x STM-1 (VC-12), per interface
card
OmniBAS-4P is an 1RU, half-rack
IDU unit used as an expansion PonE
unit to enable connectivity and control
of up to four all-outdoor units
(OmniBAS OSDR).

OmniBAS-4P

Interfaces
4 x GbE (electrical PonE enabled) &
2 x GbE (SFP)
16 x E1

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Safety Precautions
PROPER GROUNDING
Never power up the indoor equipment not yet connected to a proper
grounding system.
There is risk of equipment failure and/or electrical shock.
Ensure that the indoor grounding system measures a path resistance less
than 4 .

INDOOR EQUIPMENT PROPER SWITCHING ON / OFF


Never connect or disconnect the power supply cable(s) to or from the
indoor equipment when the local dc power supply source is on.
There is risk of equipment failure.
Ensure the local dc power supply source is off and then connect or
disconnect the power supply cable(s) to or from the indoor equipment.

PROTECTION FROM LIGHTNING


Never leave the IF cable coming from the Outdoor Unit without
adequate lightning protection.
There is risk of equipment failure and/or electrical shock.
Ensure that the IF cable coming from the Outdoor Unit is properly grounded
as described in the Outdoor Radio Equipment Installation Manual (GDC001/81 manual code).

ESD PROTECTION
Always use proper antistatic protection (i.e. grounding bracelet,
antistatic bags, etc.) when handling the system cards.
Parts bearing the ESD sign (see left) have ESD sensitive exposed
components.

Chapter 2. Installation Tools

Installation Tools

Tools List

This chapter describes the tools requirements for the proper equipment
installation (1):

Item

(1)

Photo

Description

Cros screw drivers:


(A): PH-1
(B): PH-3

Blade

Wire Stripper

Cable Jacket Stripper

Crimping tool for 1,5 /


2,5 & 4 mm2 cable
contact with the
appropriate die

Torque wrench 0,8


1,13 Nm, 8 mm

Hot-air blower

The tools supply is installer responsibility.

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Installation Material

OmniBAS-2W
Package
Contents

The following table depicts the IDU contents for installation:

No

Description

IDU Factory Test Results Paper.

IDU Standard Installation Material.

OmniBASTM-IDU.

The package contents is the same for all types of


OmniBASTM-2W IDUs.
Keep the packaging of the equipment in good condition for
later use (i.e. safe transportation during relocation, return for
repair, etc.).
In case of disposal of the packaging material, it is
recommended to follow the safe disposal procedure
according to local law.
Continued on next page

Chapter 3. Installation Material

OmniBAS-2W, Continued
Mounting kit

No

IF Tail

Qty
(per indoor unit)

Description

Screw, M6 x 12

Washer, od = 15, id = 6,4

Caged nut, M6

The following set is supplied per modem card.

No

Description

Qty
(per indoor unit)

IF Tail 1,5m, RG223 SMA-type male, R/A to N-type


female connector

(A): O-ring

(B): Toothed lock washer

(C): Nut

Continued on next page

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OmniBAS-2W, Continued
Power
connector

No

Qty
(per indoor unit)

Description

2-pole power connector

Heat Shrinkable Tube, 10 cm

Metallic pins for power connector for cable up to 1.5


mm2

Metallic pins for power connector for cable up to 2.5


mm2

No

Description

Qty
(per indoor unit)

Tie-wraps

Tie-wraps 45cm, for indoor cables fastening

20

The screw and nut included are for connection of


OmniBASTM IDU grounding cable to the rack
grounding terminal

Serial Cable for


external alarms

Description
External Alarm Cable 2m, Y-Type,
DB9(Female), DB15(VGA), open end

Qty
(per indoor unit)
1 per idu

Chapter 3. Installation Material

OmniBAS-4W/8W
Package
Contents

The following table depicts the IDU contents for installation:

OmniBAS-4W
No

OmniBAS-8W
Description

IDU Factory Test Results Paper.

IDU Standard Installation Material.

OmniBASTM-IDU.

Keep the packaging of the equipment in good condition for


later use (i.e. safe transportation during relocation, return for
repair, etc.).
In case of disposal of the packaging material, it is
recommended to follow the safe disposal procedure
according to local law.
Continued on next page

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OmniBAS-4W/8W, Continued
Mounting kit

No

IF Tail

Qty
(per indoor unit)

Description

Screw, M6 x 12

Washer, od = 15, id = 6,4

Caged nut, M6

The following set is supplied per modem card.

No

Description

Qty
(per indoor unit)

IF Tail 1,5m, RG223 SMA-type male, R/A to N-type


female connector

(A): O-ring

(B): Toothed lock washer

(C): Nut

Continued on next page

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OmniBAS-4W/8W, Continued
Power
connector

No

Qty
(per indoor unit)

Description

2-pole power connector

Heat Shrinkable Tube, 10 cm

Metallic pins for power connector for cable up to 4.0


mm2

No

Description

Qty
(per indoor unit)

Tie-wraps

Tie-wraps 45cm, for indoor cables fastening

20

The screw and nut included are for connection of


OmniBASTM IDU grounding cable to the rack
grounding terminal

Continued on next page

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OmniBAS-4W/8W, Continued
Cables

1
(OPTIONAL)

No

Description

Qty
(per indoor unit)

External Alarm Cable 2m, Y-Type, DB9(Female),


DB15(VGA), open end.

Indoor unit grounding cable, 0.5 m, already


terminated at both ends.

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OmniBAS-4P
Package
Contents

The following pictures shows the IDU contents for installation:

Description
OmniBASTM-IDU.
IDU Installation Material (1).
Continued on next page

(1)

Standard & Optional.

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OmniBAS-4P, Continued
IDU standard
installation
material

No

Description

Qty
(per indoor unit)

1-pole power connector

Heat Shrinkable Tube, 5 cm

Metallic pins for power connector for cable 2.5 up to


4.0 mm2

IDU optional
installation
material

Order Code: ACC-RM-O4P (1)


Description: 19 RACK MOUNTING KIT for OmniBAS 4P
No

(1)

Description

Qty
(per indoor unit)

Screw, M6 x 20.

Finishing Washer for M6.

Caged nut, M6.

Lockwasher M3.

Screw, M3 x 8.

Mounting brackets (left, right)

Includes installation leaflet.

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Chapter 4. Before Starting the Installation

Before Starting the Installation

4.1 Installation Prerequisites


Introduction

This section describes the main actions that must be taken in consideration
prior to the equipment installation.

Site survey

Site survey should take place before starting the installation, taking into account the
following:

Location of appropriate grounding points.


Location of appropriate power supply distribution points.
Location of cable conduits available for routing the coaxial cables
(interconnecting the indoor with the outdoor equipment)
Location of the network port distributors.
Thermal considerations and cooling requirements for the rack-mounted
equipment.
Equipment rack occupation details.

Network port
distributors

Regarding the network ports (inclusive of STM-1, Ethernet, E1) provided by


the indoor equipment, suitable optical (or electrical) network port distributors
should be available.
The exact location of the network port distributors, as well as the network
ports to reserve, should be known prior to installing the indoor equipment.
Also, all the reserved ports on the network port distributors should be
qualified and tested before realizing the network connections with the indoor
equipment.

Indoor
premises
conditions

The operating conditions (temperature, humidity) at the indoor premises


should meet the specifications given by the manufacturer of the indoor
equipment.

Indoor
grounding
system

All racks within the installation premises should be connected to a lowresistance grounding system. The metal body of the rack, into which the
subracks are to be mounted, should be connected to this grounding system.
The enclosure of each subrack must be electrically connected to the racks
metal body (via a short grounding cable) to provide protection against
harmful discharge conditions.
Continued on next page

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Installation Prerequisites, Continued


Cable conduits

Appropriate cable conduits should exist for the routing of installed cables,
inclusive of the coaxial IF cable(s) connecting the indoor equipment with the
outdoor transceiver boxes on the buildings roof.

Power supply
requirements

The OmniBASTM - 2W/4W/4P subracks require connection to a DC


distribution board accommodating either one or two Magnetic Circuit
Breakers (MCB, single-pole, 7 A, 80 V dc, B-curve for Telecom Applications).
The OmniBASTM 8W subracks require connection to a DC distribution
board accommodating either one or two Magnetic Circuit Breakers (MCB,
single-pole, 25 A, 80 V dc, B-curve for Telecom Applications).

Maximum
power supply
length

Regarding the power supply cables to be used, calculation of the maximum


length depends on the available power supply source and the OmniBASTMIDU disconnect voltage, which is -40.5 V.
By assuming the following:
Use of -48 (1) V nominal voltage.
Availability of 2.5 mm2 or 4 mm2 multi-stranded copper cables.
Maximum power consumption of OmniBAS systems (taking the connected
radio systems into account), which is:
250 W (OmniBAS 4W)
550 W (OmniBAS 8W),
then, the maximum power cable lengths (2) are as follows:
OmniBASTM- 4W: 84 m (2.5 mm2), 138 m (4 mm2).
OmniBASTM- 8W: 38 m (2.5 mm2), 63 m (4 mm2).
Continued on next page

(1)

If the nominal value of -48 V changes then the cable length differentiates respectively.

(2)

The power supply length is calculated based on the IDU operational temperature 25 C

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Installation Prerequisites, Continued


Lightning
protection

The network port distributors (optical distributors excluded) and the power
supply distributors should be equipped with the appropriate gas arresters, to
provide protection against lightning conditions.
Such conditions may induce voltage peaks on the cables, and thus disturb
the operation of the indoor equipment. For this purpose, all electrical
distributors should be connected to the local grounding system to allow the
installed gas arresters to operate.

Safety

The indoor equipment premises should be of restricted access.


Only trained, authorized personnel should have access to the installed
equipment.
Appropriate labeling should exist at points with high risk of contact with
hazardous voltage.
A list with emergency phone numbers (e.g. medical assistance numbers)
should be hung at easy-to-view positions.
Also, recommended are for safety purposes, a fire detection system and fire
extinguishers (installed at easy-to-access points) inside the installation
premises.
Continued on next page

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Installation Prerequisites, Continued


Rack space
requirements

The indoor equipment will be installed in an ETSI equipment rack.

IDU

Rack
Space

2W

1RU

4W

1RU

8W

2RU

Air-flow
Direction

No extra space is required for cooling.


Furthermore, sufficient free space should be left around the
rack position to allow for easy access, handling,
maintenance and inspection of the installed equipment.

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Chapter 4. Before Starting the Installation

4.2 Cabling Overview


The following list shows all the cabling types that can be installed on the
IDUs:
Cabling Type
Modem

RJ-45

SFP
E1

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Concerns
Interconnection between:
IF modem card with ODU
WOE modem card with all-outdoor system
Interconnection between:
Electrical Ethernet ports with switches for traffic
Electrical Ethernet ports with switches for outband
management
Interconnection between:
SFP ports with switches or all-outdoor systems for traffic
Interconnection between:
E1 ports (120 ) with switches for traffic

Power

Interconnection between:
DC power input with power supply

Others

Auxiliary
Synchronization
PonE for traffic and Power

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Modem Cabling
IF modem

Cables are denoted as shown below and the type is: IF Tail.

Continued on next page

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Modem Cabling, Continued


WOE
(Wireline
Modem
Optical/
Electrical)

No

Connection Details

Cable Description

Electrical GbE interface (GbE/ DC OUT) that


superimposes the operating DC voltage (Power on
Ethernet PonE) for running a single cable for traffic,
inband management and power.

Optical (GbE) SFP interface for traffic and inband


Fiber Optical cable
management
using the hotpluggable
Electrical Fast Ethernet interface (DC OUT/ MNG) that
transceiver SFP
provides the DC power (PonE) and outband
(small form-factor
management to the all-outdoor radio system (OSDR).
pluggable).
This connection is essential when the optical (SFP)
interface is used.
S-FTP cable(1).

Electrical Fast Ethernet interface (MNG) for the


connection of an external client for outband
management when using the DC OUT/ MNG interface.

S-FTP cable (1).

Cat-5 or higher
Fast Ethernet
straight cable.
S-FTP cable(1).

GbE and GbE/ DC OUT interfaces cannot operate simultaneously.

(1)

How to prepare an S-FTP cable please refer to Reference Manuals item 2 on page 1

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RJ-45 Cabling (Ethernet Payload)


Traffic

Cables are denoted as shown below and the type is: CAT-5 or higher Gigabit
Ethernet straight cable.

OmniBAS-2W:
See Dual SFPs installed on page 25.

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RJ-45 Cabling (Outband Management)


Outband
management

Cables are denoted as shown below and the type is: CAT-5 or higher Gigabit
Ethernet straight cable.

OmniBAS-2W:
You can use either NMS-1 or NMS-2 port.

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SFP Cabling (Ethernet Payload)


Traffic

Cables are denoted as shown below and the type is:


either Fiber Optical cable using the hot-pluggable transceiver SFP (small
form-factor pluggable)
or CAT-5 or higher Gigabit Ethernet straight cable using the hotpluggable transceiver SFP (small form-factor pluggable)

Dual SFPs
installed

When Dual Media SFPs are installed (GbE1 and GbE2) then only two out of four
electrical GbE interfaces (1, 2, 3 and 4) can be used.

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SFP Cabling (STM-1 Payload)


Traffic

26

Cables are denoted as shown below and the type is: Fiber Optical cable
using the hot-pluggable transceiver SFP (small form-factor pluggable)

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E1 Cabling (Balanced 120 )


Traffic

Cables are denoted as shown below and the type is: 1 x 16 E1 cable
(Balanced 120 ).

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Power Supply Cabling


Power supply cables are denoted as shown below and the type is: Black
Color, stranded, PVC, 300 V, 2 x 1,5 or 2,5 or 4 mm2

OmniBAS-2W/4W:
Both POWER inputs are operational.
The second POWER (PWR 2) supply
connection is optional.
OmniBAS-8W:
Only the right POWER input (PWR 1) of the
controller card is operational.

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Other Cabling
Auxiliary (AUX)

Cables are denoted as shown below and the type is relative to each IDU:

Continued on next page

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Other Cabling, Continued


Synchronization

Synchronization cables are denoted as shown below and the type is:
External Synchronization Cable (IN/OUT).

Continued on next page

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Other Cabling, Continued


Traffic and
power (PonE)

The cables are denoted as shown below and the type is: S-FTP.

DO NOT connect cable(s) GbE 1 up to 4 to any network


equipment.
There is risk of switches / routers failure due to potential
power.
Use the cable(s) for connection to OSDR.

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Mechanical Installation

5.1 OmniBAS-2W
Chassis Overview
Introduction

OmniBAS-2W is a Native-IP indoor unit (1 RU suitable for mounting in 19


racks) accommodating up to two modem cards.

(Indicative model IDU-O2-E2-16-G)

For availability of OmniBASTM-2W product (models, cards and


common parts), please contact omnibas_support@intracom.com
or your Account / Project Manager.

Slots

Slot

(1)

Reserved for future use (Fan Tray).

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Card/Part

M1, M2

Modem card.

Control card.

Dummy Panel (1).

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IDU Installation
Prerequisites

Ensure that the installation premises are equipped with a reliable, lowimpedance ground connection system.

Required Tools
& Accessories

The following tools will be needed:


Item 1-B (refer to Installation Tools on page 6)
The following accessories will be needed:
Product

Description

TM

Mounting kit (refer on page 8)

OmniBAS -2W
TM

TM

TM

OmniBAS -4W
OmniBAS -8W
OmniBAS -4P

Procedure

To perform the mechanical installation of the unit, follow the steps below:
Step

Action

Use the mounting kit to install the chassis into the rack, as shown below.
(A) First install the cage nut (item 1) on the desired rear side of the
rack.
(B) Lift the idu on the corresponding position.
(C) Mount the idu using the screw (item 2) on the front side of the
rack.

To ground OmniBASTM-2W, connect the loose end of the grounding


cable to the rack grounding terminal.

End of procedure

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5.2 OmniBAS-4W
Chassis Overview
Introduction

OmniBAS-4W v2 (1) is a Native-IP indoor unit (1 RU suitable for mounting


in 19 racks) accommodating up to four modem cards and providing flexible
network deployments, through multiple available configurations.
OmniBAS-4W uses the same cards as OmniBAS-8W.

(Indicative model IDU-O4-E4-16-G)

For availability of OmniBASTM-4W product (models, cards and


common parts), please contact omnibas_support@intracom.com
or your Account / Project Manager.

Slots

Slot

(1)

Card/Part

M1M4

Modem card.

Control card.

Interface card.

Fan tray.

v2 is used to differentiate from previous version of OmniBAS-4W IDUs..

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IDU Installation
Prerequisites

Ensure that the installation premises are equipped with a reliable, lowimpedance ground connection system.

Required Tools
& Accessories

The following tools will be needed:


Item 1-B (refer to Installation Tools on page 6)
The following accessories will be needed:
Product

Description

OmniBASTM-2W

TM

OmniBAS -4W
OmniBASTM-8W
TM

OmniBAS -4P
Procedure

Mounting kit (refer to page 11)


-

To perform the mechanical installation of the unit, follow the steps below:
Step

Action

Use the mounting kit to install the chassis into the rack, as shown below.
(A) First install the cage nut (item 1) on the desired rear side of the
rack.
(B) Lift the idu on the corresponding position.
(C) Mount the idu using the screw (item 2) on the front side of the
rack.

Continued on next page

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IDU Installation, Continued


Procedure (continued)

Step

Action

To ground the idu choose one of the two grounding


points on the rear side of the idu which is designated
with the respective sign, as shown below.
Install the cable as shown below.
The other end of the cable must be connected to rack grounding
terminal.

End of procedure

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5.3 OmniBAS-8W
Chassis Overview
Introduction

OmniBAS-8W is a Native-IP indoor unit (2 RU suitable for mounting in 19


racks) accommodating up to eight modem cards and providing flexible
network deployments, through multiple available configurations.

(Indicative model IDU-O8-E503-32-S4-GP)

For availability of OmniBASTM-8W product (models, cards and


common parts), please contact omnibas_support@intracom.com
or your Account / Project Manager.

Slots

Slot
M1M8
C1, C2
I1, I2
F

Card/Part
Modem card.
Control, PSU card.
Interface card.
Fan tray.

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IDU Installation
Prerequisites

Ensure that the installation premises are equipped with a reliable, lowimpedance ground connection system.

Required Tools
& Accessories

The following tools will be needed:


Item 1-B (refer to Installation Tools on page 6)
The following accessories will be needed:
Product

TM

OmniBAS -2W
OmniBAS -4W
TM

OmniBAS -8W
TM

OmniBAS -4P

Procedure

Mounting kit (refer to page 11).


-

To perform the mechanical installation of the unit, follow the steps below:
Step

Action

Use the mounting kit to install the chassis into the rack, as shown below.
(A) First install the cage nut (item 1) on the desired rear side of the
rack
(B) Lift the idu on the corresponding position
(C) Mount the idu using the screw (item 2) on the front side of the
rack

Follow the steps 2 & 3 as described in procedure of OmniBAS-4W IDU


installation on page 35.

End of procedure.

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Description

TM

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5.4 OmniBAS-4P
Chassis Overview
Introduction

OmniBAS-4P is an 1RU, half-rack IDU used as an expansion PonE unit to


enable connectivity and control of up to four all-outdoor units (OmniBAS
OSDR).

(IDU-O4P)

Slots /
Interfaces

Slot
P
Gb1Gb4
IN, OUT
Gb5, Gb6

Description
DC Power input.
4 x GbE electrical (RJ-45) ports for traffic and PonE power connection.
Synchronization Input / Output ports.
2 x GbE (SFP) ports for traffic.

NMS

Fast Ethernet (RJ-45) port for outband management.

AUX

Serial - console (RJ-45) port (AUX).

E1

16 x E1 interfaces for TDM traffic over Ethernet encapsulated in


PW-TDM.

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IDU Installation
Prerequisites

Ensure that the installation premises are equipped with a reliable, lowimpedance ground connection system.

Required Tools
& Accessories

The following tools will be needed for rack installation type:


Item 1-A & B (refer to Installation Tools on page 6)
The following accessories will be needed:
Product

Description

OmniBASTM-2W

TM

TM

TM

IDU optional installation material (refer to page 15)

OmniBAS -4W
OmniBAS -8W
OmniBAS -4P

Installation

There are two installation types as given below:

Desktop - The OmniBASTM-4P is installed as desktop mounting


without using materials.
Rack - The OmniBASTM-4P is installed in a 19-inch rack (as shown
below) using the IDU optional installation material:

For Rack installation please refers to the installation leaflet that is included
on the packing list.
Continued on next page

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IDU Installation, Continued


Grounding

To ground OmniBASTM-4P connects the loose end of the grounding cable to the
rack grounding terminal.

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Cabling Installation

Overview

This chapter describes how to install the following type of cables for all
OmniBASTM Products Family.
Mainly the cables categorized as follows:

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Power Supply Cables


IF Tails
E1 Terminations
I/O Cable
Ethernet Cable

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6.1 Power Supply Cables


Introduction

The following table provides all the available power cables with the following
characteristics:

The cable length is defined based on customer request:


Order Code

Description

Product

Black Color, stranded, PVC, 300 V,


2 x 1,5 mm2

2W

ACC-KO-PW-VV-25

Black Color, stranded, PVC, 300 V,


2 x 2,5 mm2

2W
4W
8W
4P

ACC-KO-PW-VV-40

Black Color, stranded, PVC, 300 V,


2 x 4 mm2

4W
8W

ACC-KO-PW-VV-15

For OmniBASTM-2W/4P it is recommended to use 2 x 2,5 mm2,


stranded, PVC, black, 300 V power cable.
For OmniBASTM-4W/8W it is recommended to use 2 x 4 mm2,
stranded, PVC, black, 300 V power cable.

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Preparation
Introduction

The power cable preparation is common for all OmniBASTM Products


Family.

Required Tools
& Accessories

The following tools will be needed:


Items 2, 3, 4, 5 & 7 (refer to Installation Tools on page 6)
The following accessories will be needed:
Product
OmniBASTM-2W

OmniBASTM4W/8W

OmniBASTM-4P

Description
Power connector (refer on page 9)
Power Supply Cable ACC-KO-PW-VV-25 (refer on page
43)
Power connector (refer on page 12)
Power Supply Cable (1) ACC-KO-PW-VV-40 (refer on page
43)
Power connector (refer on page 15)
Power Supply Cable ACC-KO-PW-VV-25 (refer on page
43)
Continued on next page

(1)

Recommended.

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Preparation, Continued
Procedure

For power supply cable preparation and termination to power connector,


proceed as follows:
Step

Action

Strip the wires of the cable as shown below:

Cut 50 mm of heat shrink tube and pass it through:

Place the stranded wire into the connector contact. If you have
stripped the stranded wire properly, the jacket should stop at point
(1) and the stranded wire at point (2):

Continued on next page

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Preparation, Continued
Procedure (continued)

Step
4

Action
Take care to place the appropriate die (1,5 /2,5 / 4
mm2 connector contact) in the crimping tool to
avoid damage of the connector contact.

Crimp with the crimping tool. Different views of


crimping are shown below:

Continued on next page

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Preparation, Continued
Procedure (continued)

Step

Action

Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the other stranded wire. When you
finish, the cable should resemble to the photo below:

Insert the stranded wires into the connector (blue to pin 1, brown
to pin 2). You must hear the clicking sound.

Heat the heat shrinkable tube with a hot-air blower. When you
finish, the cable should resemble to the photo below:

End of procedure

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Installation
OmniBASTM-2W
prerequisites

The following are recommended:


The power at the input of OmniBASTM-2W must be in the range
40.5 V dc to 60 V dc.
The positive pole of the power supply source at OmniBASTM-2W
station must be grounded.

Power
connection
overview

Safety requirements require a single pole circuit-breaker to be


employed between the local dc power supply source and each
power supply of OmniBASTM-2W. The circuit-breaker must
disconnect the V pole of the power supply.
Before plugging or unplugging any power cable into
OmniBASTM-2W, you must set the circuit breaker(s) to OFF!

No

Description

Power Cable

Single pole Circuit Breaker (MCB), 7 A, 80 V dc, B-curve for Telecom


Applications

Local DC Power Distributor

Both POWER inputs are operational.


The second POWER (PWR 2) supply connection is optional.
Continued on next page

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Installation, Continued
Procedure

To connect the power supply, proceed as follows:


Step

Action

Switch-off the circuit breaker connected between the OmniBASTM2W and the local dc power supply source.

Plug the power supply cable(s) into the power supply


receptacle(s) on the front panel of the OmniBASTM-2W without
applying excessive force.

Applying pressure while the connector is inserted incorrectly


it might cause damage.

If you want to disconnect the power supply cable, push


downwards the metallic secure lock on the upper part of the
connector (1) and pull outwards to disconnect (2).

End of procedure
Continued on next page

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Installation, Continued
OmniBASTM-4W
prerequisites

The following are recommended:


The power at the input of OmniBASTM-4W must be in the range
40.5 V dc to 60 V dc.
The positive pole of the power supply source at OmniBASTM-4W
station must be grounded.

Power
connection
overview

Safety requirements require a single pole circuit-breaker to be


employed between the local dc power supply source and each
power supply of OmniBASTM-4W. The circuit-breaker must
disconnect the V pole of the power supply.
Before plugging or unplugging any power cable into
OmniBASTM-4W, you must set the circuit breaker(s) to OFF!

No

Description

Power Cable

Single pole Circuit Breaker (MCB), 7 A, 80 V dc, B-curve for Telecom


Applications

Local DC Power Distributor

Both POWER inputs are operational.


The second POWER (PWR 2) supply connection is optional.
Continued on next page

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Installation, Continued
Procedure

To connect the power supply, proceed as follows:


Step

Action

Switch-off the circuit breaker connected between the OmniBASTM4W and the local dc power supply source.

Plug the power supply cable(s) into the power supply


receptacle(s) on the front panel of the OmniBASTM-4W without
applying excessive force.

Applying pressure while the connector is inserted incorrectly


it might cause damage.

If you want to disconnect the power supply cable, push


downwards the metallic secure lock on the upper part of the
connector (1) and pull outwards to disconnect (2).

End of procedure
Continued on next page

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Installation, Continued
OmniBASTM-8W
prerequisites

The following are recommended:


The power at the input of OmniBASTM-8W must be in the range
40.5 V dc to 60 V dc.
The positive pole of the power supply source at OmniBASTM-8W
station must be grounded.
Connections to the 2nd control card (when installed) are the same
to the 1st CTRL card. This applies to power & traffic connection
cables.
Continued on next page

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Installation, Continued
Power
connection
overview

Safety requirements require a single pole circuit-breaker to be


employed between the local dc power supply source and each
power supply of OmniBASTM-8W. The circuit-breaker must
disconnect the V pole of the power supply.
Before plugging or unplugging any power cable into
OmniBASTM-8W, you must set the circuit breaker(s) to OFF!

No

Description

Power Cable

Single pole Circuit Breaker (MCB), 25 A, 80 V dc, B-curve for Telecom


Applications

Local DC Power Distributor

Only the right POWER input (PWR 1) of the controller card is


operational.
Continued on next page

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Installation, Continued
Procedure

To connect the power supply, proceed as follows:


Step

Action

Switch-off the circuit breaker(s) connected between the


OmniBASTM-8W and the local dc power supply source.

Plug the power supply cable(s) into the power supply


receptacle(s) on the front panel of the OmniBASTM-8W without
applying excessive force.

Applying pressure while the connector is inserted incorrectly


it might cause damage.

If you want to disconnect the power supply cable, push


downwards the metallic secure lock on the upper part of the
connector (1) and pull outwards to disconnect (2).

End of procedure
Continued on next page

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Installation, Continued
OmniBASTM-4P
Prerequisites

The following are recommended:


The power at the input of OmniBASTM-4P must be in the range
40.5 V dc to 60 V dc.
The positive pole of the power supply source at OmniBASTM-4P
station must be grounded.

Power
connection
overview

Safety requirements require a single pole circuit-breaker to be


employed between the local dc power supply source and each
power supply of OmniBASTM-4P. The circuit-breaker must
disconnect the V pole of the power supply.
Before plugging or unplugging any power cable into
OmniBASTM-4P, you must set the circuit breaker(s) to OFF!

No

Procedure

Description

Power Cable

Single pole Circuit Breaker (MCB), 7 A, 80 V dc, B-curve for Telecom


Applications

Local DC Power Distributor

How to connect the power supply cable refer to Procedure on page 54.

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6.2 IF Tails
IF Tail purpose

You should connect the IF cable coming from the Outdoor Unit to the IF tail
to protect the ODU receptacle on the front panel of OmniBASTM indoor units
against mechanical damage, which might occur in case of direct connection
of the heavy IF cable.
Use the requirement tool to tighten the SMA connector.

Required Tools
& Accessories

The following tools will be needed:


Item 6 (refer to Installation Tools on page 6)
The following accessories will be needed:
Product
TM

Description

OmniBAS -2W

IF Tail (refer on page 8)

OmniBASTM-4W

IF Tail (refer on page 11)

OmniBASTM-8W

IF Tail (refer on page 11)


Continued on next page

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IF Tails, Continued
Procedure

To connect the IF tail(s), follow the steps below:


Step
1

Action
Never connect or disconnect an IF tail when
OmniBASTM-ODU is ON and Operating! There is risk of
equipment failure.

Fix the both ends of the IF tail , as shown below:


OmniBAS-2W:

OmniBAS-4W/8W:

Tight the N-type female connector onto the IF cable coming from
the Outdoor Unit.

Use the tie-wraps for IF tail cable fastening.

Repeat for the remaining IF tails that may exist.


The above procedure is applicable for all OmniBASTM-IF
modems types.
For WOE modems please refer to WOE (Wireline Modem
Optical/ Electrical on page 22.
Continued on next page

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IF Tails, Continued
Connection
using O-ring

Optionally you can fix the N-type connector of the IF tail onto a metallic
surface through the nut and washer provided inside the IF tail packaging. If
you have such a metallic surface, follow the steps below:
Step

Action

Open a mounting hole on the metallic surface as in the figure


below (dimensions in mm).

Put the -ring onto the N-type connector of the IF tail and pass
the N-type connector through the metallic surface you have.

Put the toothed lock washer and nut onto the N-type connector as
protruding from the metallic surface.

1
4

Item

Description

O-ring

Toothed lock washer

Nut

N-type connector

Metallic surface

Hand tight the IF cable coming from the Outdoor Unit into the Ntype connector protruding from the metallic surface.

End of procedure

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6.3 E1 Terminations
Overview

This section provides all the available installations of the E1 cables &
accessories for OmniBASTM Products Family.
Mainly the type of the E1 terminations are categorized as follows:
Open End Cables (Balanced 120 )
BNC Terminations (Unbalanced 75 )
RJ-45 Terminations (Balanced 120 )

Open End Cables (Balanced 120 )


Overview

This paragraph describes the E1 Open End Cables (Balanced 120 )


installation for the following models:
OmniBASTM-2W/4P
OmniBASTM-4W/8W
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Open End Cables (Balanced 120 ), Continued


OmniBASTM2W/4P

The cable characteristics are given below:


Order Code

Procedure

Product Description

ACC-LT-16-IO-10

16xE1 Cable, Balanced (120 ), 68 Pins High


Density Connector to Open End, 10 m

ACC-KT-16-3O-03

16xE1 Cable, Balanced (120 ), 68 Pins High


Density Connector to Open End,3 m

ACC-KT-16-3O-07

16xE1 Cable, Balanced (120 ), 68 Pins High


Density Connector to Open End,7 m

ACC-KT-16-3O-10

16xE1 Cable, Balanced (120 ), 68 Pins High


Density Connector to Open End,10 m

To connect the cable, follow the steps below:


Step

Action

Arrange the cable appropriately so that the Interface Card can be


easily inserted / extracted.

Plug the cable into the receptacle shown in the figure below and
then terminate the open ends of the cable onto the Distribution
Frame according to the color cable table (see appendix AppendixD: Open End Cables Color Codes)

End of procedure
Continued on next page

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Open End Cables (Balanced 120 ), Continued


OmniBASTM4W/8W

The cable characteristics are given below:


Order Code

Procedure

Product Description

ACC-WT-U1-VO-3

16xE1 Cable, Balanced (120 ), 64 Pins Connector


to Open End, 3 m

ACC-WT-U1-VO-10

16xE1 Cable, Balanced (120 ), 64 Pins Connector


to Open End, 10 m

To connect the cable, follow the steps below:


Step

Action

Arrange the cable appropriately so that the Interface Card can be


easily inserted / extracted.

Plug the cable into the receptacle shown in the figure below and
then terminate the open ends of the cable onto the Distribution
Frame according to the color cable table (see appendix AppendixD: Open End Cables Color Codes)

End of procedure

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BNC Terminations (Unbalanced 75 )


Overview

This paragraph describes the BNC terminations (Unbalanced 75 ) for the


following models:
OmniBASTM-2W/4P
OmniBASTM-4W/8W
Continued on next page

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BNC Terminations (Unbalanced 75 ), Continued


OmniBASTM2W/4P

The cable / panel characteristics are given below:


Order Code
ACC-C-T-U1-IDC-IDC-00
ACC-LN-16-1N-VV

Procedure

Product Description
16xE1 Cable, Balanced (120 ), both Ends 68 Pins
High Density Connector, 0.5 m.
Conversion Panel with 68 Pins High Density
Receptacle and 16 Pairs(Tx-Rx) BNC (75 )
receptacles.

To connect the cable, follow the steps below:


Step

Action

Arrange the cable appropriately so that the Cables & Interface


Card can be easily inserted / extracted.

Plug both ends of the cable into the relevant receptacles, as


shown in the figure below:

End of procedure
Continued on next page

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BNC Terminations (Unbalanced 75 ), Continued


OmniBASTM4W/8W

The cable / panel characteristics are given below:


Order Code

Procedure

ACC-WT-CP-IV-07

16xE1 Cable, Balanced (120 ), 64 Pins Connector


to 68 Pins High Density Connector, 0.7 m.

ACC-LN-16-1N-VV

Conversion Panel with 68 Pins High Density


Receptacle and 16 Pairs (Tx-Rx) BNC (75 )
receptacles.

To connect the cable, follow the steps below:


Step

Action

Arrange the cable appropriately so that the Interface Card can be


easily inserted / extracted.

Plug both ends of the cable into the relevant receptacles, as


shown in the figure below:

End of procedure

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RJ-45 Terminations (Balanced 120 )


Overview

This paragraph describes the RJ-45 terminations (Balanced 120 ) for the
following models:
OmniBASTM-2W/4P
Continued on next page

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RJ-45 Terminations (Balanced 120 ), Continued


OmniBASTM2W/4P

The cable / panel characteristics are given below:


Order Code

Procedure

Product Description

MOD-W-EC

16xE1 Cable, Balanced (120 ), 68 Pins High


Density Connector to RJ-45 Jacks, 0.8 m.

MOD-O-MB

Mounting Bracket for 16 x RJ-45 E1 Receptacles.

To connect the cable, follow the steps below:


Step

Action

Arrange the cable appropriately so that the controller card &


cables can be easily inserted / extracted.

Plug both ends of the cable into the relevant receptacles, as


shown in the figure below. The E1 numbering is indicated through
special cable marking.

End of procedure
Continued on next page

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RJ-45 Terminations (Balanced 120 ), Continued


Use of RJ-45
Mounting
Bracket

You can optionally install the RJ-45 mounting bracket for optimum
arrangement of E1 tributary cables, as shown below:

Detail

Detail

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6.4 I/O Cables


Required
Accessories

The following accessories will be needed:

Product
TM

OmniBAS -2W

Serial Cable for external alarms (refer on page 9)

OmniBASTM-4W

Cables (refer on page 13)

TM

OmniBAS -8W

Procedure for
OmniBASTM-2W

Description

Cables (refer on page 13)

To connect the external alarm cable, follow the steps below:

Step

Action

Arrange the cable appropriately so that the Controller Card can be


easily inserted / extracted.

Plug the cable into the AUX receptacle shown in the figure below:

Terminate the open end of the cable based on the chromatic code
given in Appendix-C: Receptacles Pin Out AUX on page 85.

End of procedure
Continued on next page

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I/O Cables, Continued


Procedure for
OmniBASTM4W/8W

To connect the external alarm cable, follow the steps below:

Step

Action

Arrange the cable appropriately so that the Controller Card can be


easily inserted / extracted.

Plug the cable into the AUX receptacle shown in the figure below:
OmniBAS-4W:

OmniBAS-8W:

Terminate the open end of the cable based on the chromatic code
given in Appendix-C: Receptacles Pin Out AUX on page 91.

End of procedure

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Chapter 6. Cabling Installation

6.5 Ethernet Cables


OmniBAS
Products
Family

The cable characteristics are given below:

Order Code

Cable
Installation

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Product Description

ACC-IO-PA-JJ-01

Ethernet Straight Cable Prefabricated, CAT5e,


Terminated both ends to RJ-45 Jack, 1 m

ACC-IO-PA-JJ-05

Ethernet Straight Cable Prefabricated, CAT5e,


Terminated both ends to RJ-45 Jack, 5 m

ACC-IO-PA-JJ-10

Ethernet Straight Cable Prefabricated, CAT5e,


Terminated both ends to RJ-45 Jack, 10 m

Terminate each end of the cable to the corresponding RJ-45 jack.

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Cable Characteristics

7.1 GbE Cable Characteristics


OmniBAS-2W
Electrical GbE
cable
characteristics
Type of cable

CAT 5 or higher, UTP, 4 pairs x AWG26 /


AWG24.

Cable termination (module side)

RJ-45 plug.

Cable terminated on

GbE 100/1000 Mbps with 1, 2, 3, 4 receptacles


on the module front panel.

Cable maximum length

100 m.

Type of cable

Fiber.

Cable termination (module side)

IEEE 802.3z, 1000Base-X (SFP MSA


mechanics).

Cable terminated on

GbE 1000 Mbps with 1, 2 receptacles on the


module front panel.

Cable maximum length

Depends on SFP module.

Optical GbE
cable
characteristics

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OmniBAS-4W/8W
Electrical GbE
cable
characteristics
Type of cable

CAT 5 or higher, UTP, 4 pairs x AWG26 /


AWG24.

Cable termination (module side)

RJ-45 plug.

Cable terminated on

GbE 100/1000 Mbps with 5, 6 receptacles on


the module front panel.

Cable maximum length

100 m.

Type of cable

Fiber.

Cable termination (module side)

IEEE 802.3z, 1000Base-X (SFP MSA


mechanics).

Cable terminated on

GbE 1000 Mbps with 1, 2, 3, 4 receptacles on


the module front panel.

Cable maximum length

Depends on SFP module.

Optical GbE
cable
characteristics

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OmniBAS-4P
Electrical GbE
cable
characteristics

Type of cable

S-FTP

Cable termination (module side)

RJ-45 plug.

Cable terminated on

GbE 100/1000 Mbps with 1, 2, 3, 4 receptacles


on the module front panel.

Cable maximum length

100 m.

Type of cable

Fiber.

Cable termination (module side)

IEEE 802.3z, 1000Base-X (SFP MSA


mechanics).

Cable terminated on

GbE 1000 Mbps with 5, 6 receptacles on the


module front panel.

Cable maximum length

Depends on SFP module.

Optical GbE
cable
characteristics

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Chapter 7. Cable Characteristics

7.2 Fast Ethernet Cable Characteristics


OmniBAS-2W
Fast Ethernet
cable
characteristics
Type of cable

CAT 5 or higher, UTP, 4 pairs x AWG26 /


AWG24.

Cable termination (module side)

RJ-45 plug.

Cable terminated on

NMS 10/100 Mbps with 1, 2 receptacles on the


module front panel.

Cable maximum length

100 m.

You should connect the Network Management System (SNMP) either to


the NMS 10/100 1 or the NMS 10/100 2 receptacle for outband
management connection.

OmniBAS-4W/8W
Fast Ethernet
cable
characteristics
Type of cable

CAT 5 or higher, UTP, 4 pairs x AWG26 /


AWG24.

Cable termination (module side)

RJ-45 plug.

Cable terminated on

MNG 10/100 Mbps with 1 receptacle on the


module front panel.

Cable maximum length

100 m.

You should connect the Network Management System (SNMP) to the


NMG 10/100 receptacle for outband management connection.

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OmniBAS-4P
Fast Ethernet
cable
characteristics

Type of cable

CAT 5 or higher, UTP, 4 pairs x AWG26 /


AWG24.

Cable termination (module side)

RJ-45 plug.

Cable terminated on

NMS 10/100 Mbps with 1 receptacle on the


module front panel.

Cable maximum length

100 m.

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7.3 STM-1 Cable Characteristics


OmniBAS-4W/8W
STM-1 cable
characteristics

Type of cable

Multimode/single mode fiber optic cable LC


type connector

Cable termination (module side)

SFP

Cable terminated on

STM-1 1, 2, 3, 4 receptacles on the module


front panel

Cable maximum length

Various lengths of cables are available

Type of cable

Multimode/single mode fiber optic cable LC


type connector

Cable termination (module side)

SFP

Cable terminated on

STM-1 1, 2 receptacles on the module front


panel

Cable maximum length

Various lengths of cables are available

STM-1 cable
characteristics

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Appendix-A: Modem Card Installation / Removal


Prerequisites

The following prerequisites are common for any modem of OmniBASTMProducts Family and must be taken in consideration before starting any
insertion or extraction of the modem card.
The Modem Card is hot swappable.

It is recommended before proceeding to the card installation,


to wear a grounding bracelet and attach it to one of the two
appropriate receptacles on the chassis as given below:
Product

Grounding Bracelet Receptacles

OmniBASTM-2W
OmniBASTM-4W

OmniBASTM-8W

Never connect or disconnect an IF tail when OmniBASTMODU is ON and Operating! There is risk of equipment failure.
If modem IF tail is installed please refer to Procedure on
page 57 for how to connect or disconnect the tail.
Modem insertion or extraction in a live network must be done
by authorized persons ONLY.

Continued on next page

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Appendix-A: Modem Card Installation / Removal

Appendix-A: Modem Card Installation / Removal, Continued


Procedure for
OmniBASTM-2W

In order to insert a modem card to OmniBASTM-2W indoor unit, please follow


the procedure below:
Step
1

Action
Remove the modem dummy plate and keep it for maintenance
reasons.

The Modem dummy plate is required in 1+0


configuration for proper thermal management.
2

Slide the modem card into the appropriate pair of guides and
push it in until it connects to the backplane connector.

Hand-tight the two screws on the front panel of the modem card
to secure the card in place.

End of procedure
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Appendix-A: Modem Card Installation / Removal, Continued


Procedure for
OmniBASTM4W/8W

In order to insert a modem card to OmniBASTM-4W/8W indoor unit, please


follow the procedure below:
Step

Action

Remove the modem dummy plate and keep it for maintenance


reasons.

Slide the modem card into the appropriate pair of guides and
push it in until it connects to the backplane connector.

Hand-tight the two screws on the front panel of the modem card
to secure the card in place.

End of procedure

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Appendix-B: I/O Connections

Appendix-B: I/O Connections


Introduction

The I/O signals are provided by the following receptacles:


Product
OmniBASTM-2W
TM

OmniBAS -4W/8W

IN

OUT

Receptacle

AUX

AUX 2
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Appendix-B: I/O Connections, Continued


OmniBASTM-2W
Input alarms
connection
circuit

The dry-contact input alarms are internally pulled up to +3,3 V. When an


external switch is closed, the corresponding signal is low (alarm condition).

OmniBASTM-2W
Output alarms
connection
circuit

The alarms transmission circuit receives alarms in TTL form from the microprocessor
and routes them as external alarms in dry-contact form. When a high signal enters
the relays driver, the relay is activated and current passes through the load of the
corresponding alarm output.

* The maximum ratings for the Voltage Source are:


Max DC voltage: V=100 VDC and Max DC current: IL=200 mADC (polarity is
insignificant)
The loads can be indicator lamps, relays coils, buzzers, etc.
Continued on next page

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Appendix-B: I/O Connections

Appendix-B: I/O Connections, Continued


The dry-contact input alarms are internally pulled up to +3,3V. When an
external switch is closed, the corresponding signal is low (alarm condition).
+3,3V

SYSTEM

(Each resistor: 10K)

EXIN1
EXIN2
GND

The alarms transmission circuit receives alarms in TTL form from the
microprocessor and routes them as external alarms in dry-contact form.
When a low signal enters an optocoupler, current passes through the load
of the corresponding EXTOUT (alarm condition).
SYSTEM

LOADS

OPTOCOUPLERS

ALARM
SIGNALS

EXOUT1
EXOUT2

V*

IL

GND FL

VOLTAGE
SOURCE

* The maximum ratings for the Voltage Source are either:


DC: V=100VDC / IL=80mADC (polarity is insignificant)
The loads can be indicator lamps, relays coils, buzzers, etc.

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FROM MICROPROCESSOR
(TTL LEVEL)

OmniBASTM4W/8W Output
alarms
connection
circuit

TO MICROPROCESSOR
(TTL LEVEL)

OmniBASTM4W/8W Input
alarms
connection
circuit

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Appendix-C: Receptacles Pin Out


OmniBAS-2W
Electrical
GbE

Location

Front Panel
of Control Card

Scope

For Ethernet traffic (100 / 1000


Mbit/s) provisioning and connection
to the IP / MPLS network

Type

RJ-45 Female

Pin out

Optical
GbE

Pin

Signal

Description

Transmit and Receive Data A+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data A-

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data B+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data C+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data C-

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data B-

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data D+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data D-

Input / Output

Location

Front Panel
of Control Card

Scope

For Ethernet traffic (100 / 1000


Mbit/s) provisioning and connection
to the IP / MPLS network

Type

SFP cage
Continued on next page

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OmniBAS-2W, Continued
NMS 10/100
1 and 2

Location

Front Panel of Control Card

Scope

NMS 10/100 1: For connection to


the NMS / GUI or for
interconnection (serving
management transfer) with another
OmniBAS-2W
NMS 10/100 2: For connection to
the NMS / GUI or for
interconnection (serving
management transfer) with another
OmniBAS-2W
RJ-45 Female

Type
Pin out

Pin

Signal

Description

TX+

Output+

TX-

Output-

RX+

Input+

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

RX-

Input-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

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AUX

Location

Front Panel of Control Card

Scope

For Serial Console (RS-232


Interface) and Internal / External
Alarms (Dry Contacts) connection

Type

D-Sub HD 15 Pin Female

Pin out

Pin
1
2

Signal
ALM_OUT2_NC
RS232_TX

Wire
Colour

Description
Alarm Output 2 Normally Closed

Black

(1)

Transmit Data from OmniBAS

(1)

Receive Data from PC

Alarm Output 1 Common

Brown

RS232 Ground

Alarm Output 2 Normally Open

Red

Alarm Input 3 Negative

Orange

RS232_RX

ALM_OUT1_CM
(1)

RS232_GND

ALM_OUT2_NO
(2)

TTL_ALM_IN3_N

TTL_ALM_IN4_N

Alarm Input 4 Negative

Yellow

ALM_OUT1_NC

Alarm Output 1 Normally Closed

Green

10

ALM_OUT1_NO

Alarm Output 1 Normally Open

Blue

11

ALM_OUT2_CM

Alarm Output 2 Common

Purple

12

TTL_ALM_IN3_P

Alarm Input 3 Positive

Gray

13

TTL_ALM_IN4_P

Alarm Input 4 Positive

White

Alarm Input 1

Pink

Alarm Input 2

Light Green

14

TTL_ALM_IN1

15

TTL_ALM_IN2

(3)

Continued on next page

(1)

These signals concern a Serial Console connection and are terminated onto the DB9 connector of the
cable.
(2)
Negative return terminal of alarm input pair.
(3)
Single inputs with respect to ground.

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Appendix-C: Receptacles Pin Out

OmniBAS-2W, Continued
SYNC

Location

Front Panel of Control Card

Scope

Clock Synchronization Interface


(G.703 Clause 13)

Type

1.0 / 2.3 (Micro Siemens)

Pin out

Modem
Connector

Pin

Signal

Description

Sync In / Out

Synchronization Input / Output


(configurable)

Location

Front Panel of Modem Card

Scope

For connection to the Outdoor Unit


The receptacle carries the following
signals using frequency-division
multiplexing:
-48 V dc power to the Outdoor
Unit
Bidirectional Service Channel
(S.C.) data, enabling
communication between Indoor
and Outdoor Units. The Service
Channel carries an Rx signal
centred at 10,7 MHz and a Tx
signal centred at 6 MHz, On/Off
Keying modulated.
The 140 MHz Rx IF signal
The 350 MHz Tx IF signal

Type

SMA Female

Pin out
Pin

Signal

Description

Centre

-48 V DC / S.C. / RX IF / TX IF

Input / Output

Shield

Shield / Chassis GND

N/A
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OmniBAS-2W, Continued
E1/T1
1-16

Location

Front Panel of Interface Card

Scope

For provisioning of up to 16xE1 Tributaries (120 balanced)

Type

Mini D Ribbon (MDR) 68-pin Female

Pin out

E1 tributaries
Tx1+
Tx1Rx1+
Rx1Tx2+
Tx2Rx2+
Rx2Tx3+
Tx3Rx3+
Rx3Tx4+
Tx4Rx4+
Rx4Tx5+
Tx5Rx5+
Rx5Tx6+
Tx6Rx6+
Rx6Tx7+
Tx7Rx7+
Rx7Tx8+
Tx8Rx8+
Rx8-

E1 1-16 Recept.
68
67
34
33
66
65
32
31
64
63
30
29
62
61
28
27
60
59
26
25
58
57
24
23
56
55
22
21
54
53
20
19

E1 tributaries
Tx9+
Tx9Rx9+
Rx9Tx10+
Tx10Rx10+
Rx10Tx11+
Tx11Rx11+
Rx11Tx12+
Tx12Rx12+
Rx12Tx13+
Tx13Rx13+
Rx13Tx14+
Tx14Rx14+
Rx14Tx15+
Tx15Rx15+
Rx15Tx16+
Tx16Rx16+
Rx16-

E1 1-16 Recept.
50
49
16
15
48
47
14
13
46
45
12
11
44
43
10
9
42
41
8
7
40
39
6
5
38
37
4
3
36
35
2
1

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Power

Location

Front Panel of Control Card

Scope

For connection of 48 V dc power


supply voltage

Type

Two poles Male power connector

Pin out

88

Pin

Signal

(+)

Power Supply Return (GND)

(-)

-48 V dc, nominal


(40 V dc to 60 V dc)

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OmniBAS-4W/8W
Electrical
GbE 100/1000
5 and 6

Location

Front Panel of Control Card

Scope

For Ethernet traffic (100 / 1000


Mbit/s) provisioning and connection
to the IP / MPLS network

Type

RJ-45 Female

Pin out

Optical
GbE 1000
1, 2, 3, 4

Pin

Signal

Description

Transmit and Receive Data A+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data A-

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data B+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data C+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data C-

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data B-

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data D+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data D-

Input / Output

Location

Front Panel of Control Card

Scope

For Ethernet traffic (100 / 1000


Mbit/s) provisioning and connection
to the IP / MPLS network

Type

SFP MSA cage


Continued on next page

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Appendix-C: Receptacles Pin Out

OmniBAS-4W/8W, Continued
NMG 10/100

Location

Front Panel of Control Card

Scope

NMG 10/100: For connection to the


NMS / GUI or for interconnection
(serving management transfer) with
another OmniBAS-IDU

Type

RJ-45 Female

Pin out

Pin

Signal

Description

TX+

Output+

TX-

Output-

RX+

Input+

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

RX-

Input-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A
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AUX

Location

Front Panel of Control Card`

Scope

For connection of Alarms Inputs /


Outputs (Contacts)

Type

Micro-D Female 15C Sockets


Connector with UNC2-56
Thumbscrews.

Pin out

Pin

Signal

Description

Wire Color

RS232_TX

Transmit Data from OmniBAS

RS232_RX

Receive Data from PC

RS232_GND

RS232 Ground

ALM_OUT2_CM

Alarm Output 2 Common

ALM_OUT1_NC

Alarm Output 1 Normally


Closed

RED

ALM_OUT1_NO

Alarm Output 1 Normally


Open

ORANGE

TTL_ALM_IN3_P

Alarm Input 4 Positive

TTL_ALM_IN1

Alarm Input 1

GRG

Grounding

ALM_OUT2_NO

Alarm Output 2 Normally


Open

BLUE
PURPLE

BLACK
BROWN

YELLOW
GREEN

9
10
11
12

ALM_OUT2_NC

Alarm Output 2 Normally


Closed

13

ALM_OUT1_CM

Alarm Output 1 Common

14

TTL_ALM_IN3_N

Alarm Input 3 Negative

15

TTL_ALM_IN2

Alarm Input 2

GRAY
WHITE
PINK

Continued on next page

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Appendix-C: Receptacles Pin Out

OmniBAS-4W/8W, Continued
Power

Location

Front Panel of Control Card

Scope

For connection of 48 V dc power


supply voltage

Type

Two poles Male power connector

Pin out

SYNC

Pin

Signal

(+)

Power Supply Return (GND)

(-)

-48 V dc, nominal


(40 V dc to 60 V dc)

Location

Front Panel of Control Card

Scope

Clock Synchronization Interface


(G.703 Clause 13)

Type

1.0 / 2.3 (Micro Siemens)

Pin out

PPS

Pin

Signal

Description

Sync In / Out

Synchronization Input / Output

Location

Front Panel of Control Card

Scope

External PPS (Pulse Per Second)


IN/OUT for phase synch.

Type

1.0 / 2.3 (Micro Siemens)

Pin out

Pin

Signal

Description

PPS In / Out

Pulse Per Second Input / Output


Continued on next page

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OmniBAS-4W/8W, Continued
STM-1 (VC-12)

Modem
Connector

Location

Front Panel of Interface Card

Scope

For provision of STM-1 VC-12


interfaces and connection to the
legacy SDH Network

Type

SFP cage

Location

Front Panel of Modem Card

Scope

For connection to the Outdoor Unit


The receptacle carries the following
signals using frequency-division
multiplexing:
-48 V dc power to the Outdoor Unit
Bidirectional Service Channel (S.C.)
data, enabling communication
between Indoor and Outdoor Units.
The Service Channel carries an Rx
signal centred at 10,7 MHz and a Tx
signal centred at 6 MHz, On/Off
Keying modulated.
The 140MHz Rx IF signal
The 350 MHz Tx IF signal

Type

SMA Female

Pin out
Pin

Signal

Description

Centre

-48 V DC / S.C. / RX IF / TX IF

Input / Output

Shield

Shield / Chassis GND

N/A
Continued on next page

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Appendix-C: Receptacles Pin Out

OmniBAS-4W/8W, Continued
E1
1-16 & 17-32

Location

Front Panel of Interface Card

Scope

For provisioning of up to 16 x E1 Tributaries (120


balanced)

Type

Delander Type, Double Row Dual-edge, 64P IN, Straight


Plug

Pin out

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OmniBAS-4P
Electrical
GbE

Location

Front Panel.

Scope

For Ethernet traffic (100 / 1000


Mbit/s) provisioning and connection
to the IP / MPLS network
For PonE connections.
RJ-45 Female.

Type
Pin out

Optical
GbE

Pin

Signal

Description

Transmit and Receive Data A+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data A-

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data B+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data C+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data C-

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data B-

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data D+

Input / Output

Transmit and Receive Data D-

Input / Output

Location

Front Panel.

Scope

For Ethernet traffic (1000 Mbit/s)


provisioning and connection to the
IP / MPLS network

Type

SFP cage.
Continued on next page

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Appendix-C: Receptacles Pin Out

OmniBAS-4P, Continued
E1/T1
1-16

Location

Front Panel.

Scope

For provisioning of up to 16xE1 Tributaries (120


balanced).

Type

Mini D Ribbon (MDR) 68-pin Female

Pin out

E1 tributaries
Tx1+
Tx1Rx1+
Rx1Tx2+
Tx2Rx2+
Rx2Tx3+
Tx3Rx3+
Rx3Tx4+
Tx4Rx4+
Rx4Tx5+
Tx5Rx5+
Rx5Tx6+
Tx6Rx6+
Rx6Tx7+
Tx7Rx7+
Rx7Tx8+
Tx8Rx8+
Rx8-

E1 1-16 Recept.
68
67
34
33
66
65
32
31
64
63
30
29
62
61
28
27
60
59
26
25
58
57
24
23
56
55
22
21
54
53
20
19

34

E1#2 E1#4 E1#6 E1#8

E1#1 E1#3 E1#5 E1#7

68

E1 tributaries
Tx9+
Tx9Rx9+
Rx9Tx10+
Tx10Rx10+
Rx10Tx11+
Tx11Rx11+
Rx11Tx12+
Tx12Rx12+
Rx12Tx13+
Tx13Rx13+
Rx13Tx14+
Tx14Rx14+
Rx14Tx15+
Tx15Rx15+
Rx15Tx16+
Tx16Rx16+
Rx16-

E1 1-16 Recept.
50
49
16
15
48
47
14
13
46
45
12
11
44
43
10
9
42
41
8
7
40
39
6
5
38
37
4
3
36
35
2
1

1
E1#10 E1#12 E1#14 E1#16

E1#9 E1#11 E1#13 E1#15

35
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OmniBAS-4P, Continued
Power

Location

Front Panel.

Scope

For connection of 48 V dc power


supply voltage.

Type

Two poles Male power connector.

Pin out

NMS

Pin

Signal

(+)

Power Supply Return (GND)

(-)

-48 V dc, nominal


(40 V dc to 60 V dc)

Location

Front Panel.

Scope

NMS 10/100 Mbps for outband


management.

Type

RJ-45 Female

Pin out

Pin

Signal

Description

TX+

Output+

TX-

Output-

RX+

Input+

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

RX-

Input-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A
Continued on next page

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OmniBAS-4P, Continued
SYNC IN/OUT

Location

Front Panel.

Scope

Clock Synchronization Interface


(G.703 Clause 13).

Type

1.0 / 2.3 (Micro Siemens)

Pin out

AUX

Pin

Signal

Description

Sync Out

Synchronization Output

Sync In

Synchronization Input

Location

Front Panel.

Scope

For internal / external alarms

Type

RJ-45 Female

Pin out

98

Pin

Signal

Description

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

TXD

Device Transmit

GND

GND

GND

GND

RXD

Device Receive

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

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Appendix-D: Open End Cables Color Codes


Color code of
the cable
Group
Color

See below the color code table, for open end E1 cable (Balanced 120) with
order code ACC-LT-16-IO-10
Wire
Color

Signal

Cable
Conn. Pin

Cable
Conn. Pin

Signal

Wire
Color

White

RXN16

35

TXN16

White

Blue

RXP16

36

TXP16

Blue

White

RXN15

37

TXN15

White

Orange

RXP15

38

TXP15

Orange

White

RXN14

39

TXN14

White

Green

RXP14

40

TXP14

Green

White

RXN13

41

TXN13

White

Brown

RXP13

42

TXP13

Brown

Red

RXN12

43

TXN12

Red

Blue

RXP12

10

44

TXP12

Blue

Red

RXN11

11

45

TXN11

Red

Orange

RXP11

12

46

TXP11

Orange

Red

RXN10

13

47

TXN10

Red

Green

RXP10

14

48

TXP10

Green

Red

RXN9

15

49

TXN9

Red

Brown

RXP9

16

50

TXP9

Brown

17

51

18

52

Blue

Group
Color

Orange

Black

RXN8

19

53

TXN8

Black

Blue

RXP8

20

54

TXP8

Blue

Black

RXN7

21

55

TXN7

Black

Orange

RXP7

22

56

TXP7

Orange

Black

RXN6

23

57

TXN6

Black

Green

RXP6

24

58

TXP6

Green

Black

RXN5

25

59

TXN5

Black

Brown

RXP5

26

60

TXP5

Brown

Yellow

RXN4

27

61

TXN4

Yellow

Blue

RXP4

28

62

TXP4

Blue

Yellow

RXN3

29

63

TXN3

Yellow

Orange

RXP3

30

64

TXP3

Orange

Yellow

RXN2

31

65

TXN2

Yellow

Green

RXP2

32

66

TXP2

Green

Yellow

RXN1

33

67

TXN1

Yellow

Brown

RXP1

34

68

TXP1

Brown

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Color code of
the cable

See below the color code table, for open end E1 cable (Balanced 120) with
order code ACC-KT-16-3O-03 (07) (10)

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Color
code of
the cable

See below the color code table, for open end E1 cable (Balanced 120) with
order code ACC-WT-U1-VO-3 (10)

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Appendix-D: Open End Cables Color Codes, Continued


Color code of
the cable,
continued

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