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SiteStar Cabinet Alarm Connection Instructions

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SiteStar alarm connection instructions

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0 10th September 2009 Marko P Komulainen 1st release 2.0 12th January 2010 Marko P Komulainen Kari Immonen 3rd release 4.0 4th January 2010 Marko P Komulainen Kari Immonen 2nd release 3.0 11th February 2010 Marko P Komulainen Kari Immonen 5th release 6.1 24th August 2009 Marko P Komulainen Kari Immonen First Draft 1.0 2nd February 2010 Marko P Komulainen Kari Immonen 4th release 5.0 12th February 2010 Marko P Komulainen Kari Immonen 6th release 7.3/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions Version History Version Date Author Comments 0.0 10th March 2010 Marko P Komulainen 7th release .

4/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions Abbreviations AC Alternating Current DC Direct Current BTS Base Transceiver Station NO Normal Open NC Normal Closed EAC External Alarm Connection FPRA Flexi Power Rectifier PDA Power Distribution Assembly CLU Climate control Unit .

.....15 SiteStar alarm connection to Flexi BTS system module ...... 6 2..........................................17 This chapter applies SiteStar alarms connection to the Flexi EDGE and Flexi WCDMA Base Stations..................................................... 8 Multiple alarm connection .....16 FPRA alarm cable connection via SiteStar alarm connection bar ................. 7 3............................ 8 3................................ 12 5..........2 .......................................................................................................................3 5.... FPRA Alarm Descriptions ............... .........4............................................. 9 4.2 Single alarm connection.................... 14 5........................1 3............5/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions Table of content 1...........1 SiteStar alarm connection to FPRA ........................................................................................... ...2 5...... SiteStar Description .............4............................4 5...........................1 5................................................. FPRA Alarm Interface Card .............17 SiteStar and FPRA alarm connection via FSEB.................................. SiteStar Alarm Connections..................................................19 5......... Introduction ...............18 This chapter applies FPRA alarms connection to the Flexi EDGE and Flexi WCDMA Base Stations................

SiteStar alarm connection instructions Introduction This document gives supplementary information for connecting the different SiteStar battery cabinet HW versions alarm cable to the FPRA Flexi Power Rectifier module or directly to Flexi BTS system module via the SiteStar alarm connection bar. Note: SiteStar cabinet delivery includes the alarm cable. Alarm connection details for connecting FPRA further to both GSM/EDGE and WCDMA applications please refer to separate FPRA Alarm Connection document. Full details on the installation of the SiteStar cabinet can be found in the SiteStar Installation Manual. which is supplied with cabinet. .6/20 1.

7/20 2. . Cabinet is primarily meant to be used together with FPRA Flexi Power Rectifier to power the BTS and charge the batteries inside SiteStar cabinet. SiteStar alarm connection instructions SiteStar Description SiteStar is a cabinet housing batteries either up to 2 strings or 4 strings depending on the cabinet type.

. heater fail (if equipped).8/20 3.CS7000100. The external alarm will be triggered by:  CLU failure: compressor fail. SiteStar alarm connection instructions SiteStar Alarm Connections 3. fan fail or controller fail  Temperature: Internal temperature outside regulation window or external temperature outside system specification  Door open  Mains failure During cabinet startup sequence the external alarm will be trigged several times.00 The alarm can either be connected as normally closed (NC) or normally open (NO).1 Single alarm connection The following SiteStar cabinet versions provides multiple alarms bundled into a single alarm output . see Figure1 and Figure7. Ext Alarm cable (9-pol D-SUB) connection is following: Pin  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  NO   COM  NC   GND  +12VDC  Alarm cable is connected to CLU (D9) and other end can be connected eg to FPRA alarm input.

01 or later .00 or later.CS7000107.CS7000101. CLU unit 3.CS7000100.CS7000106.2 Multiple alarm connection The following SiteStar cabinet versions provides three individual alarm relay outputs . SiteStar alarm cable Figure2. K1 alarm can either be connected as normally closed (NC) or normally open (NO) and K2.00 or later .9/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions Figure1. .00 or later . K3 alarms will be normally closed (NC) connected.

Figure3.10/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions The alarms will be triggered by: Alarm Routing Temperature. Alarm plinth. Ext Alarm cable (9-pol D-SUB) connection is following: Pin  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9    K1‐NO  COM  K1‐NC    K2‐NC  K3‐NC    GND  +12VDC  Alarm cable is directly connected from CLU board to alarm plinth. outdoor Fan fail Door alarm Compressor fail Heater fail CLU Mains failure K1 K2 K3 X X X X X X X X X X During cabinet startup sequence the external alarms will be trigged several times. . indoor Temperature. Figure3.

11/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions Figure4. CLU unit .

Circuit Breaker tripped) Major  Battery test failure  Rectifier fail  High float voltage  Rectifier Fan Failure  Input voltage too high or too low (rectifier shutdown)  Surge Protection Device tripped Minor  Battery temperature High/Low  Rectifier temperature High  Rectifier over current  Extended mains voltage range  Low mains voltage range Ext Alarm In  Remote-start for Battery Test (default setting ‘Off’ which can be used for SiteStar alarm in) Table 1: FPRA Alarm Description . Description EAC alarm (see Note) Main 1 Main 2 Mains phase failure indicates any single phase voltage of the 3phase FPRA power source configuration that is below 85VAC Main 3 Critical  Battery low voltage  PDA controller fail  DC distribution failure (e. which are summarized in Table 1 below.1 and 3.2) into FPRA and then ‘remote battery test’ functionality is disabled. FPRA Alarm Descriptions The PDA supplies six isolated and floating EAC alarms to the BTS.g. ‘Ext Alarm In’ should be used to connect SiteStar alarm (ref 3.12/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions 4.

which is supplied with the FPRA unit.user can re-configure the alarm settings as required Full details of alarms and their configuration can be found in the FPRA User Manual.13/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions NOTE: . .these are the factory-default alarm settings .

Alarm Interface Card. . and pull the card out of the PDA (see Figure6). Removing the Alarm Interface Card.14/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions 5. 1 2 Figure6. To detach the card from the PDA. FPRA Alarm Interface Card Figure5 shows the FPRA Alarm Interface Card Figure5. loosen the two screws with a cross headed screwdriver.

J11 connector.1 SiteStar alarm connection to FPRA SiteStar alarm cable is connected to the J11 connector (pins 1 and 2) of the Alarm Interface Card (Figure7) as per Table2 below. * NOTE: Connect SiteStar Pin2 and Pin9 together.15/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions 5. SiteStar alarm cable connection to FPRA J11 connector. SiteStar D‐sub connector  Cable  FPRA alarm board – J11 connector  Pin 1 (NO)  Brown**  Pin1 (‐)  Pin 2 (COMMON)  Red  No connection. connect together with Black wire*  Pin 3 (NC)  Orange   No connection  Pin 8 (+12VDC)  White**  Pin2 (+)  Pin 9 (GND)  Black  No connection. Figure7. Addtionally Alarm In setting must be set to ‘Off’ to report alarm from external device. ** NOTE: Correct wire colours shown on table above. see Figure8 below. connect together with Red wire*  Table 2. not colours like on Figure7. .

A J11 Figure9.16/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions Figure8.2 SiteStar alarm connection to Flexi BTS system module . Ensure the cable screen firmly touches the sidewall of the drawer as this provides the grounding of the cable screen. 5.  Push the drawer back into its slot horizontally until the drawer pin matches the internal connector of the PDA and secure the two thumbscrews. Alarm In setting on FPRA The procedure for installing and grounding the Alarm cable is as follows:  Connect the screening to position ‘A’ on the drawer assembly with a cable-tie (refer to Figure9 for details). Cable screening location.

eg FSAA cable can be also used between FPRA and SiteStar by cutting off connectors at both ends. Connect the MDR36 connector to the EAC connector of the System Module 5.4 SiteStar and FPRA alarm connection via FSEB . 5. CABLE REQUIRED: FSAA Cable 471628A (separate sales item) SiteStar System Module Flying Lead MDR36 Connector 471628A     Cut the 37 way D-type connector from cable assembly 471628A.17/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions This chapter applies to a connection to the Flexi EDGE and Flexi WCDMA Base Stations.    Insert the alarm cable coming from FPRA thru SiteStar cabinet cable entry. Ensure the FSAA alarm cable (ref 5.2) is also connected with FPRA alarms via SiteStar alarm connection bar. the FPRA alarms are possible to route via SiteStar alarm connection bar at cabinet bottom (Fig3). Connect the twisted pair cables to the SiteStar alarm connection bar (Fig3) using the empty screws terminals on left hand side of pre-wired SiteStar alarms. leaving the MDR-36 connector intact. Insert the alarm cable thru SiteStar cabinet cable entry. NOTE: FPRA delivery does not include alarm cable.3 FPRA alarm cable connection via SiteStar alarm connection bar Having FPRA used together with SiteStar. Connect the twisted pair cables to the SiteStar alarm connection bar against pre-wired SiteStar alarms (Fig3).

Other FSEB connectors may be used as an alternative if other external alarm cables are already in place. SiteStar alarm connection bar FSEB .4.  Cut both connectors from cable assembly 471628A leaving just the cable itself  Insert one end of the cable into the SiteStar alarm connection bar as described in chapter 5.18/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions 5.2  Connect the wires between the SiteStar alarm connection bar and the alarm connector located in the FSEB box.  Table 3 gives an example of how the FSEB can be connected.1 This chapter applies SiteStar alarms connection to the Flexi EDGE and Flexi WCDMA Base Stations. CABLES REQUIRED: 994945 471628A (supplied with FSEB) (separate sales item) SiteStar alarm connection bar  Connect alarm cable 994945 from the EAC connector on the System Module to the ESM connector of the FSEB.

.  Cut both connectors from cable assembly 471628A leaving just the cable itself  Insert one end of the cable into the Alarm Interface Card as described in FPRA alarm connection document chapter 4. CABLES REQUIRED: 994945 471628A (supplied with FSEB) (separate sales item) FPRA  Connect alarm cable 994945 from the EAC connector on the System Module to the ESM connector of the FSEB.19/20 SiteStar alarm connection instructions DESCRIPTION K1_NO COM K1_NC K2_NC K3_NC GND +12VDC TERMINAL NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 WIRE COLOUR BLACK WHITE/BLACK WHITE/GREEN GREEN BLUE VIOLET GREY PINK LIGHT GREEN CONNECTOR X4104 X4105 X4107 X4106 X4106 X4106 X4106 X4106 X4106 PIN NUMBER 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 EAC SIGNAL EXT_CO1 +5V GND EXT_AL1 EXT_AL2 EXT_AL3 EXT_AL4 EXT_AL5 EXT_AL6 Table 3.1  Connect the wires between the J11 connector of the Alarm Interface Card and the alarms connector located in the FSEB box.4. FSEB Connections 5.2 This chapter applies FPRA alarms connection to the Flexi EDGE and Flexi WCDMA Base Stations.

20/20  SiteStar alarm connection instructions Table 4 gives an example of how the FSEB can be connected. FPRA DESCRIPTION ALARM IN (-) ALARM IN (+) ALARM_COM MAINS 1 MAINS 2 MAINS 3 CRITICAL MAJOR MINOR FSEB J11 PIN NUMBER 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 WIRE COLOUR BLACK WHITE/BLACK WHITE/GREEN GREEN BLUE VIOLET GREY PINK LIGHT GREEN CONNECTOR X4104 X4105 X4107 X4106 X4106 X4106 X4106 X4106 X4106 PIN NUMBER 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 EAC SIGNAL EXT_CO1 +5V GND EXT_AL1 EXT_AL2 EXT_AL3 EXT_AL4 EXT_AL5 EXT_AL6 Table 4: FSEB Connections  Secure the alarm cable to the sidewall with a cable-tie  Push the drawer back into its slot horizontally until the drawer pin matches the internal connector of the PDA and secure the two thumbscrews NOTE: IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE USER WEAR AN ANTI-STATIC STRAP CONNECTED TO AN APPROPRIATE GROUNDING POINT PRIOR TO CARRYING OUT ANY ALARM CABLE INSTALLATION . Other FSEB connectors may be used as an alternative if other external alarm cables are already in place.