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BBU3900

V300
Installation Guide

Issue: 17
Date: 2010-09-03

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES Co., Ltd.


Contents

Installation Tools 2
Installation Scenarios 3
BBU Hardware 5
Installation Procedure 6
Installing the BBU in the APM30 7
Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.A) 13
Installing the BBU in the 19-Inch Rack 15
Installing the BBU in the TMC 17
Installing the BBU in the PS4890 Cabinet 20
Installing the BBU in the RRU3004 Rack 23
Installing the IMB03 on the H-Shaped Stand 27
Installing the RRU on the H-Shaped Stand 28
Installing the BBU on the Wall 29
Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.B) 33
Installing the BBU in the TMC11H(Ver.B) 37
Installing the BBU in the
APM30H(Ver.B, +24V) 39
Installing the BBU in the OMB 41
BBU Hardware Installation Checklist 47
Powering On the BBU 47
Appendix 48
Obtaining the ESN 48
Change History 56

Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.


1
Installation Tools

Measuring tape Phillips screwdriver (M3-M6) Flat-head screwdriver (M3-M6)

Adjustable wrench Socket wrench Hammer drill

ESD wrist strap Vacuum cleaner Wire stripper

Torque wrench Marking pen Level

Rubber Mallet RJ-45 crimping tool Multimeter

Power cable crimping tool Cable cutter ESD gloves

2
Installation Scenarios

The GTMU in this document is based on the first type of GTMU.

In the APM30/APM30H(Ver.A) In the PS4890

In the 19-inch rack


In the APM30H(Ver.B)

In the TMC In the RRU3004 rack

3
Installation Scenarios

In the TMC11H(Ver.B) In the APM30H (Ver.B, +24V)

On the wall In the OMB

4
BBU Hardware
1. Exterior of the BBU

mm
442

86 mm
(2U)

310
m m

2. Configuration Principles of the BBU Boards

Board Mandatory/ Full Configuration Installation Remarks


Optional Slot

GTMU Mandatory 1 S5 and S6 Can be installed only in S5 and S6.

UPEU Mandatory 2 S18 or S19 A single UPEU is preferentially configured


in the S19 slot.

FAN Mandatory 1 S16 Can be installed only in the S16 slot.

UTRP Optional 1 S0 or S4 Preferentially installed in the slot4.

UELP Optional 2 S0 or S4 A single UELP is preferentially configured


in the S4 slot.

UFLP Optional 2 S0 or S4 A single UELP is preferentially configured


in the S4 slot.

USCU Optional 1 S0 or S1 Preferentially installed in the S1 slot.

UEIU Optional 1 S18 Preferentially installed in the S18 slot.

z The UELP and UFLP need to be optionally configured in the BBU or SLPU on site according to the field
requirements.
z UTRP is supported in V300R012 and later versions.

5
Installation Procedure

When the equipment is unpacked, it must be powered on in 24 hours. The maximum duration
of the power-off state of the equipment is 24 hours during maintenance.

6
Installing the BBU in the APM30
a Installing the BBU Case
1. Install the mounting ears at both sides of
the BBU reversely.

PDU

BBU
M6 bolt

2. Slide the BBU case into the cabinet.

b Installing the BBU Cables


Cable connections of the BBU

External power supply

External monitoring device

External alarm device


E1/T1 surge protection
transfer cable
E1/T1cable
CPRI signal cable

Alarm cable

Monitoring signal
cable

FE/GE surge protection


transfer cable

Power cable
FE/GE cable

7
Installing the BBU in the APM30
b Installing the BBU Cables
1. Install BBU power cable.
Connect the OT terminal of the power cable to the LOAD3
terminal of the PDU, and then fix the 3V3 connector of the
power cable to the PWR port on the BBU.

LOAD3

NEG(-)

RNT(+)

PWR

The OT terminals of the power cable is to be made on site.


2. Install the CPRI optical cable.
Connect the fiber tails labeled 2A and 2B to one of the CPRI0 to CPRI5 ports on the
GTMU, and connect the fiber tails labeled 1A and 1B to the CPRI_W port on the RRU.

Optical module

Puller

a. Insert the optical module into the CPRI0,


CPRI1, CPRI2 CPRI3, CPRI4 or
CPRI5 port, and then turn outwards
the puller on the optical module.
b. Insert one end of the CPRI optical cable
into the optical module, and then lead
the CPRI optical cable out of the
Winding pipe
cabinet along the right side of the
cabinet.
c. Wrap the fiber tail with the winding pipe.

The single-mode optical module is The TX port on the BBU is connected to the RX port on the RRU.
labeled "SM" and multi-mode optical The RX port on the BBU is connected to the TX port on the RRU.
module is labeled "MM".

8
Installing the BBU in the APM30
b Installing the BBU Cables
3. Install the E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable.
Fix the DB25 connector of the E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable to the INSIDE
port on the UELP and the DB26 connector to the E1/T1 port on the GTMU.
4. Install the E1/T1 cable.
4.1. Cabling the E1/T1 cable.
4.2. Fix the DB26 connector of the E1/T1 cable to the OUTSIDE port on the UELP.
4.3. Strip the jacket off the E1/T1 cable near the grounding point at the lower right
corner of the cabinet to expose the shielding layer
Shielding layer of the E1/T1
cable (25 mm)

4.4. Thread the E1/T1 cable through the grounding clip. Then, tighten the screw on the
grounding clip to make the shielding layer of the E1/T1 cable in full contact with the
grounding clip. Finally, connect the PGND cable on the grounding clip to the ground bolt
of the APM30.

Shielding layer of
the E1/T1 cable

E1/T1cable

E1/T1 surge protection


transfer cable

Grounding
clip

Before soldering the connectors to the E1/T1 cable, ensure that both ends of the E1 cable are
disconnected from any devices. In addition, all the connectors should be soldered to the cable.

9
Installing the BBU in the APM30
b Installing the BBU Cables
5. Install the FE/GE surge protection transfer
cable (FE/GE transmission mode).
Connect one end of the FE/GE surge protection transfer
cable to the FE0 port near the INSIDE label on the UFLP and
the other end to the FE0 port on the GTMU.
6. Install the FE/GE cable (FE/GE
transmission mode).
6.1. Connect one end of the FE/GE cable to the FE0 port near
the OUTSIDE label on the UFLP. Then, lead the other end out
of the cabinet along the right side of the cabinet.

(25 mm)

FE/GE surge
protection transfer FE/GE 6.2. Thread the FE/GE cable through the grounding clip. Then,
cable cable tighten the screw on the grounding clip to make the shielding
layer of the FE/GE cable in full contact with the grounding clip.
Finally, connect the PGND cable on the grounding clip to the
ground bolt of the APM30.

The shielded straight-through cable must be


used as the FE/GE Ethernet cable.

Shielding layer
of the FE/GE
cable

7. Install the monitoring


signal cable between the
APMI and the BBU.
7.1. Fix the RJ45 connector at one end of
the cable to the MON1 port on the UPEU.
7.2. Cut off the RJ45 connector at the
other end of the cable on site, and then
connect the four exposed wires to the RX+,
RX-, TX+, and TX- ports on the APMI.

10
Installing the BBU in the APM30
b Installing the BBU Cables
8. Install the EMUA monitoring signal cable. (The EMUA is configured if there are
external dry contacts or analog detection is required.)

Cut off the RJ45 connector of the EMUA monitoring signal cable, and then connect the
four exposed wires to the RX+, RX-, TX+, and TX- ports on the APMI. Fix the DB9
connector to the corresponding port on the EMUA.

EMUA monitoring signal cable

Pin on the RJ45 Pin of the DB9 Wire Color Wire Type Port on the
Connector Male Connector APMI

X1.1 X2.3 White Twisted pair TX+

X1.2 X2.7 Orange Twisted pair TX-

X1.4 X2.2 Blue Twisted pair RX+

X1.5 X2.6 White Twisted pair RX-

11
Installing the BBU in the APM30
b Installing the BBU Cables
9. Install the alarm cable.
Connect one end of the alarm cable to the EXT-ALM port on the UPEU and
the other end to the corresponding alarm device.

12
Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.A)
a BBU Cable Connections

The procedure for installing the BBU case in the APM30H is the same as that in the APM30. For details, see
pages 7 to 12. The following figure shows the cable connections of the BBU. For details on how to install the
monitoring signal cable between the HEUA and the BBU in the APM30H, see page 14.

No. Cable Installation Position

One end is connected to... The other end is connected to...

BBU power cable LOAD3 terminal of the PDU PWR port on the BBU
E1/T1 surge protection E1/T1 port on the GTMU INSIDE port on the UELP
transfer cable

E1/T1 cable OUTSIDE port on the UELP External transmission device

Monitoring signal COM IN port on the HEUA MON1 port on the BBU
cable

CPRI optical cable CPRI port on the GTMU CPRI port on the RRU

13
Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.A)
b Installing the Monitoring Signal Cable Between the HEUA and the BBU

HEUA

COM IN

MON1

UPEU on the
BBU

14
Installing the BBU in the 19-Inch Rack
a Space Requirements

When the BBU3900 is installed in the 19-inch cabinet, no space is required on the left and
right of the BBU3900.

b Installing the BBU Case c Installing the DCDU-03B

15
Installing the BBU in the 19-Inch Rack
d Installing the BBU Cables

No. Cable Installation Position


One end is connected to... The other end is connected to...
CPRI optical cable CPRI port on the GTMU CPRI port on the RRU

External power BEG(-) and RTN(+) on the DCDU-03B External power equipment
cable
BBU power cable PWR1 on the UPEU LOAD6 on the DCDU-03B

16
Installing the BBU in the TMC
a Installing the DCDU-03B
Slide the DCDU-03B into the TMC. Then, tighten the four M6 screws.

b Installing the BBU Case


Slide the BBU into the TMC. Then, tighten the four M6 screws.

17
Installing the BBU in the TMC
c Installing the BBU Cables

DCDU-03B input
power cable

z For details on how to install the TMC alarm cable, see page 19.
z The DCDU-03B input power cable is connected to the external DC power supply system.
z For cable connections of the BBU, see page 7.

18
Installing the BBU in the TMC
c Installing the BBU Cables

Procedure for installing the


TMC alarm cable:
Door status
APMI panel sensor
a. Fix the RJ45 connector
at one end of the alarm
cable to the EXT_ALM1
port on the BBU.

b. Connect the two bare


terminals X1.4 (blue) and
X1.5 (white) to the alarm
wiring terminals of the
door status sensor.
c. Connect the two bare
terminals X1.1 (white)
and X1.2 (orange) to the
OUT1+ and OUT1-
alarm wiring terminals on
the APMI.

d. Connect the two bare


terminals X1.3 (white)
and X1.6 (green) to the
alarm wiring terminals of
the DCDU.

The white and green bare wire terminals are not distinguished from different wiring terminals.

19
Installing the BBU in the PS4890 Cabinet
a Installing the DCDU-03B
1. Slide the DCDU-03B into the 2. Install the DCDU-03B input power cable.
PS4890 cabinet. Then, tighten the Connect one end of the power cable in blue to the
four M6 screws. DC output terminal LOAD2(-) on the power subrack
and the other end to the DC input terminal NEG(-)
on the DCDU-03B . Connect one end of the power
cable in black to the DC output terminal RTN(+) on
the power subrack and the other end to the DC
input terminal RTN(+) on the DCDU-03B.

DC output
DC input terminal on
terminal on the the power
DCDU-03B subrack

b Installing the BBU Case

Slide the BBU case into the PS4890 cabinet.


Then, tighten the four M6 screws.

20
Installing the BBU in the PS4890 Cabinet
c Installing the BBU Cables
Cable connections of the BBU

Connect the BBU power cable


to the DC output terminal
LOAD6 of the DCDU-03B.

CPRI optical cable BBU power cable E1/T1 cable

Monitoring signal cable between the PMU BBU alarm cable


and the BBU

In addition to the BBU cables installed in the APM30, a monitoring signal cable between the PMU and the BBU needs to
be installed when the BBU is installed in the PS4890 cabinet. The monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the
BBU is not required. For details on how to install the monitoring signal cable between the PMU and the BBU, see page 22.

21
Installing the BBU in the PS4890 Cabinet
c Installing the BBU Cables
Install the monitoring signal cable between the PMU and the BBU.

Connect one end of the cable to the MON port on the BBU and the other
end to the RS232/RS422 port on the PMU.

Monitoring
signal cable
RS232/RS422 port between the
PMU and the
BBU

22
Installing the BBU in the RRU3004 Rack
a b
Drilling Holes and Installing the
Marking Anchor Points (Unit: mm)
Expansion Bolt Assembly

Bolt M10x60
Spring washer 12
Flat washer 12

Expansion tube

c Installing the H-shaped Stand


a
1. Secure the stand. 2. Adjust the level of the 3. Install the beam.
stand.

Pre-tightening

Tightening

The beam on the other side is


installed in the same way.

23
Installing the BBU in the RRU3004 Rack
d Removing the Washers
a e
Fitting the Tabs on One Side of the RRU3004
Rack into the Anchor Slots on the Stand

f
a
Fixing the Lower Part of the
RRU3004 Rack g Installing the Adapting Pieces

Tighten the
screws

h Installing the BBU Case i


Installing the DCDU-03B (48 V
Input Power)
Case 2

Installing the EPS30-4815AF


(AC Input Power)

24
Installing the BBU in the RRU3004 Rack
j Installing the BBU Cables

48 V input power

DCDU

Cable One End Is Connected to... The Other End Is Connected to...

CPRI optical cable The end with the optical cable labels 2A and 2B is The end with the optical cable labels 1A and
connected to CPRI ports 0 to 5 of the GTMU of the 1B is connected to the CPRI_W port of the
BBU. cabling cavity of the RRU.
Ground cable for the subrack Ground terminal of the RRU3004 rack Ground bar of the stand

Power cable for the BBU PWR port of the BBU LOAD6 port of the DCDU

E1/T1 cable E1/T1 port of the BBU GEHUB or HUBBTS

Power cable for the DCDU RTN (+) and NEG (-) terminals at the DC input end of External power supply system
the DCDU

External PGND cable Ground bar of the stand External ground busbar

Equipotential cable for the Ground terminal of the RRU3004 rack Ground terminal of the RRU3004 rack
subrack
Ground cable for the DCDU Ground terminal of the RRU3004 rack Ground terminal of the DCDU

25
Installing the BBU in the RRU3004 Rack
j Installing the BBU Cables
220 V input power

4815

The mounting ears need to be installed in an


Only two countersunk inverse manner during the installation of the
screws are required. 4815.

Cable One End Is Connected to... The Other End Is Connected to...

CPRI optical cable The end with the optical cable labels 2A and The end with the optical cable labels 1A and
2B is connected to CPRI ports 0 to 5 of the 1B is connected to the CPRI_W port of the
GTMU of the BBU. cabling cavity of the RRU.
PGND cable for the RRU3004 rack Ground terminal of the RRU3004 rack Ground bar of the stand

External PGND cable Ground bar of the stand External ground busbar

Equipotential cable for the rack Ground terminal of the RRU3004 rack Ground terminal of the RRU3004 rack

Power cable for the BBU PWR port of the BBU LOAD1 port of the 4815

4815 - BBU monitoring signal cable MON1 port of the BBU RS232/RS485 port of the 4815, close to the
232 side
E1/T1 cable E1/T1 port of the BBU GEHUB or HUBBTS

PGND cable for the 4815 Bolts for the mounting ears of the 4815 Ground terminal of the RRU3004 rack

Input power cable for the 4815 AC INPUT port of the 4815 Power supply equipment of the customer

26
Installing the IMB03 on the H-Shaped Stand
a
Installing the Mounting Ears for
the IMB03 b Installing the Bolts
Upper
Insulation
mounting
pad
hole for the
Fitting to the IMB03
mounting
hole

M6x16

Beam
Lower
mounting
3 Nm hole for the
IMB03

c
a Installing the IMB03 d Securing the IMB03
M10x30

30 Nm

20 mm to 30 mm

For details about how to install the BBU


and DCDU, see page 24.

27
Installing the RRU on the H-Shaped Stand
a Preparing the Installation b Installing the Main Bracket
Auxiliary Bracket
Main bracket

Dual-nut bolt

Brackets for
Main bracket
installing the RRU

Only the main bracket is used for installing the When the expansion bolt assemblies are used
to secure the H-shaped stand, only the bolt
RRU on the H-shaped stand, and the dual-nut and spring washer are used, and the
bolt and auxiliary bracket are not used. expansion tube and plastic tube are removed.

c
a Installing the RRU d Securing the RRU

For details about cable connections, see


pages 25 and 26.

28
Installing the BBU on the Wall
a Space Requirements
A single BBU BBU+DCDU-03B

DCDU-03B

BBU

0mm
10

The DCDU should be installed close to the BBU, but the


distance between BBU and DCDU must be greater than
100 mm.

b
a Installing the Mounting Ears for Wall Installation

Mounting ears on the


BBU case

Mounting ears for


wall installation
Use screws to join the mounting ears for wall
installation and the mounting ears on the BBU case.

29
Installing the BBU on the Wall
c
a Determining the Anchor Points on the Wall

Place the BBU against the wall, and then use the marking pen to mark
the anchor points.

Wall

BBU

a
d Installing the Expansion Bolts e Fixing the BBU Case on the Wall

Bolt M660
Nut Flat washer
Spring washer 6
Flat washer 6
Spring washer
Expansion tube

30
Installing the BBU on the Wall
f Installing the DCDU-03B Case
1. Installing the mounting 2. Place the mounting ears for wall
ears for the DCDU-03B. installation against the wall, and then
use the marker to mark the holes of the
mounting ears for wall installation.

Wall
M6x12

2 Nm

3. Install the expansion bolt. 4. Install the DCDU-03 on the wall.

Bolt M660
Nut
Spring washer 6
Flat washer 6

Expansion tube

31
Installing the BBU on the Wall
g Installing the BBU Cables

External ground
bar

External power
equipment

External ground
External transmission bar
equipment

External monitoring
equipment

SN Cable Installation Position

One End Connected to... The Other End Connected to...


RRU power cable LOAD0 to LOAD5 on the DCDU-03 Power supply socket on the RRU

CPRI optical cable CPRI port on the BBU CPRI port on the RRU

E1/T1 cable E1/T1 port on the GTMU GEHUB or HUBBTS

Monitoring signal MON/ALM port on the BBU External monitoring equipment


cable

BBU power cable PWR port on the BBU LOAD6 on the DCDU-03

DCDU power cable DC input port on the DCDU-03 External power equipment

PGND cable Ground bolt on the equipment External ground bar

32
Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.B)
a Installing the BBU Case
1. Installing the BBU Case 2. Installing the SLPU Case
Slide the BBU into the 2 U space Slide the SLPU box into the 1U space above
close to the EPS along the guide rails, the EPS in the cabinet, and then fasten the
and then tighten the four M6 screws two M6 screws on the panel.
on the BBU panel.
M6x16

EPS 01

2 Nm

BBU

SLPU

M6 screws

b BBU Cable Connections

Monitoring signal cable FE/GE cable


FE/GE surge protection
Alarm cable transfer cable
BBU power cable E1/T1 surge protection
transfer cable
E1/T1 cable CPRI optical cable

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Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.B)
c Installing the BBU Cables
1. Install power cable.
Link the easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector at one end to the LOAD1 terminal of
the EPS01, and then link the 3V3 connector at the other end to the -48V port on the BBU.

LOAD1

2. Install the CPRI optical cable.


The connectors labeled 2A and 2B are connected to the optical module on the port labeled
CPRI0 to CPRI5 on the GTMU of the BBU, the connectors labeled 1A and 1B are
connected to the optical module on the port labeled CPRI_W on the RRU.

2.1. Turn the puller on the optical module outwards,


and then insert the optical module to the port CPRI
0 to CPRI5.
2.2. Remove the dustproof caps from the optical Optical module
connectors.
Puller
Insert the optical connector at one end of the CPRI
optical cable into the optical module. Lead the CPRI
optical cable out of the cabinet along the left side of
the cabinet.
Winding pipe
2.3. Wrap the winding pipe at the fiber tails.

z Connect the fiber tails labeled 1A and 1B to the


CPRI_W port on the RRU.
z Connect the fiber tails labeled 2A and 2B to one
of the CPRI0 to CPRI5 ports on the GTMU.

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Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.B)
c Installing the BBU Cables
3. Install the E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable.
Fix the DB25 connector of the E1/T1 surge
protection transfer cable to the INSIDE port on
the UELP and the DB26 connector to the E1/T1
port on the GTMU.

4. Install the E1/T1 cable.


4.1. Cabling the E1/T1 cable.

4.2. Fix the DB26 connector of the E1/T1 cable


to the OUTSIDE port on the UELP.

Before soldering the connectors to the E1/T1


E1/T1
cable, ensure that both ends of the E1 cable are cable
disconnected from any devices. In addition, all E1/T1 surge
the connectors should be soldered to the cable.
protection transfer
cable

5. Install the FE/GE surge protection


transfer cable (FE/GE transmission
mode).
Connect one end of the FE/GE surge protection
transfer cable to the FE0 port near the INSIDE label
on the UFLP and the other end to the FE0 port on
the GTMU.

6. Install the FE/GE cable (FE/GE


transmission mode).
6.1. Connect one end of the FE/GE cable to the FE0
port near the OUTSIDE label on the UFLP. Then,
lead the other end out of the cabinet along the right
side of the cabinet.

FE/GE surge FE/GE


protection transfer cable
The shielded straight-through cable must be
used as the FE/GE Ethernet cable. cable

35
Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.B)
c Installing the BBU Cables
7. Install the monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU.

COM_IN

MON1

36
Installing the BBU in the TMC11H(Ver.B)
a Installing the BBU
Slide the BBU into the TMC11H along Slide the SLPU into the TMC11H along
guide rails, and then tighten the four the guide rails, and then tighten the
M6 screws on the BBU panel. two M6 screws on the SLPU panel.

M6x16 M6x16

DCDU

2 Nm 2 Nm

SLPU

BBU

b Installing the BBU Cable


Install the BBU power cable.

LOAD6

37
Installing the BBU in the TMC11H(Ver.B)
b Installing the BBU Cable

z The procedure for installing BBU cables (except the power cable) in the TMC11H cabinet is the same as that
in the APM30H(Ver.B). For details, see the description on pages 33 to 36.
z For details on the BBU cable connections, see BBU Cable Connections on pages 33.

Cable Connector Type Connects to


CPRI optical cable DLC The connectors labeled 2A and 2B are connected to
the optical module on the port labeled CPRI0 to
CPRI5 on the GTMU.

DLC The connectors labeled 1A and 1B are connected to


the optical module on the port labeled CPRI_W on
the RRU.

E1/T1 cable DB26 connector OUTSIDE port on the UELP

The connector needs to Port on the transmission device


be made on site according
to the field requirements.

E1/T1 surge protection DB26 connector E1/T1 port on the GTMU


transfer cable
DB25 connector INSIDE port on the UELP

FE/GE cable RJ45 connector FE0 port at the OUTSIDE side on the UFLP

RJ45 connector Port on the transmission device

FE/GE surge protection RJ45 connector FE0 port at the INSIDE side on the UFLP
transfer cable
RJ45 connector FE0 port on the GTMU

Monitoring signal cable RJ45 connector MON1 port on the BBU


between the CMUA and
the BBU RJ45 connector COM_IN port on the CMUA

BBU power cable 3V3 connector -48V port on the UPEU

OT terminal LOAD6 port on the DCDU-03B

38
Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.B, +24V)
a Installing the BBU
Slide the BBU to the APM30H Slide the SLPU to the APM30H (+24V)
(+24V) along guide rails, and then along guide rails, and then tighten
tighten the four M6 screws on the the two M6 screws on the SLPU
BBU panel. panel.

M6x16 M6x16

EPS48100D

2 Nm 2 Nm

BBU

b Installing BBU Cables


Installing the monitoring signal cable for the PSU and the in-position signal
cable for the PSU
ALM PRESENT

EXT-ALM1 EXT-ALM0

39
Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.B, +24V)
b Installing BBU Cables

z The procedure for installing BBU cables (except the power cable) in the APM30H(+24 V) cabinet is the same as
that in the APM30H(Ver.B). For details, see the description on pages 33 to 36.
z For details on the BBU cable connections, see BBU Cable Connections on pages 33.

Cable Connector Type Connects to


CPRI optical cable DLC The connectors labeled 2A and 2B are
connected to the optical module on the port
labeled CPRI0 to CPRI2 on the GTMU.

DLC The connectors labeled 1A and 1B are


connected to the optical module on the port
labeled CPRI_W on the RRU.

E1/T1 cable DB26 Connector E1/T1 port on the GTMU

The connector needs to be made on Port on the transmission device


site according to the field requirements.

E1/T1 Surge DB26 connector E1/T1 port on the GTMU


Protection Transfer
DB25 connector INSIDE port on the UELP
Cable

FE/GE cable RJ45 connector FE0 port on the GTMU

RJ45 connector Port on the transmission device

FE/GE Surge RJ45 connector FE0 port at the INSIDE side on the UFLP
Protection Transfer
RJ45 connector FE0 port on the GTMU
Cable

Monitoring signal RJ45 connector MON1 port on the BBU


cable between the
RJ45 connector COM_IN port on the CMUA
CMUA and the BBU

Monitoring signal RJ-45 EXT-ALM0 port on the UPEU


cable for the PSU
RJ-45 ALM port on the EPS48100D

In-position signal RJ-45 EXT-ALM1 port on the UPEU


cable for the PSU
Cord end terminal PRESENT port on the EPS48100D

BBU power cable 3V3 -48V port on the UPEU

OT LOAD6 port on the DCDU-03B

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Installing the BBU in the OMB
a Installing the Brackets on the Metal Pole and Mounting Plate
1. Install the brackets on the metal pole.
Use a level to adjust the level of the brackets to ensure that the front and back brackets
are on the same plane.

M10x110
Flat washer
Spring washer
Bolt

255-306 kgfcm

2. Install the mounting plate.

M10x40

255-306 kgfcm

Flat Spring Bolt


washer washer

Mounting plate

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Installing the BBU in the OMB
b Installing the OMB
Slide the BBU case into the OMB gently.
Then, tighten the four M6 screws.

Ensure that the fan is on the bottom when installing the BBU.

c Installing the BBU Cables


The procedures for installing the PGND cable, E1/T1
cable or FE/GE cable, and optical cable in the DC OMB
and in the AC OMB are the same:
z PGND cable
z E1/T1 cable or FE/GE cable
z Optical cable
The following description takes the installation in the
DC OMB as an example.
1. Install the PGND cable for
OMB.

Ground bar

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Installing the BBU in the OMB
c Installing the BBU Cables
2. Install the input power cable for the DC OMB.

RNT (+)

NEG(-)

3. Install the input power cable for the AC OMB.

L N PE

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Installing the BBU in the OMB
c Installing the BBU Cables
4. Install the BBU power cable for the DC OMB. LOAD6

5. Install the BBU power cable for the AC OMB.

DC INPUT

PWR

LOAD1

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Installing the BBU in the OMB
c Installing the BBU Cables
6. Install the E1/T1 cable (E1/T1 transmission mode).
E1/T1

OUTSIDE

INSIDE

PGND

Shielding layer
(25 mm) Shielding
layer

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Installing the BBU in the OMB
c Installing the BBU Cables
7. Install the FE/GE cable (FE/GE transmission mode).
c

a
c

b
The shielded straight-through cable
must be used as the FE/GE Ethernet
cable.

8. Install the CPRI optical cable.

Connect the longer end of the optical cable to CPRI0, CPRI1, CPRI2, CPRI3,CPRI4 or CPRI5 on the GTMU.
Then, connect the other end to the RRU.

1. Insert the optical module into the CPRI0, CPRI1, CPRI2, CPRI3,
CPRI4 or CPRI5 port.
2. Turn outwards the puller on the optical module.

Optical module

Puller

3. Remove the dustproof caps from the


optical connectors.
4. Insert the optical connector at one end
of the CPRI optical cable into the optical
module. Lead the CPRI optical cable out of
the cabinet along the left side of the
cabinet.

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BBU Hardware Installation Checklist
SN Item
1 All self-made PGND cables are copper-based with the proper wire diameters. No breaking device such as switch
and fuse is allowed for the electric connection of the grounding system. No short circuit is allowed. Each terminal
on the ground bar can be connected with only one wiring terminal of the PGND cable.

2 The redundant part of the power cable or PGND cable is stripped off rather than coiled.

3 The terminals at both ends of the power cable or PGND cable are securely soldered or crimped.

4 The bare wires and the terminal handles at the wiring terminals are coated with heat-shrinkable tubes.

5 The flat washer and the spring washer are well mounted on all OT terminals.

6 All cables are connected securely and reliably. Pay special attention to the cable connections at the bottom of the
cabinet.

7 The cables are neatly and tightly bound. The cable ties are evenly spaced and face the same direction.

8 The power cable, PGND cable, feeder, optical cable and the E1/T1/FE/GE signal cable are bound separately
with a spacing of larger than 3 cm.

9 The cable layout facilitates maintenance and future capacity expansion, and the bending radius of the cables
meet the requirements.

10 All the labels at both ends of the cables are legible.

11 The extra length of each indoor cable tie is cut, and the cut surface is smooth without sharp edges. An extra
length of 3 mm to 5 mm is reserved for each outdoor cable tie.

12 The idle connectors of the cables are properly protected.

Powering On the BBU

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Obtaining the ESN
Record the Electronic Serial Number (ESN) shown on the label attached to
the mounting ear of the BBU, and report the ESN to the engineer for the
commissioning of the base station.

ESN

Appendix
a Setting the DIP Switches
Remove the GTMU and UELP from the BBU.

Wear an ESD wrist strap during the operations on the


boards to prevent damage to the boards.

The UELP is optional. Please check the settings of the DIP switches according to the field conditions.

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Appendix
a Setting the DIP Switches
Set the DIP switches of the BBU.
Settings of the DIP switches on the UELP

75-ohm E1 Mode

Other Modes

Settings of the DIP switches on the GTMU

T1 Mode

75-ohm E1 Mode

120-ohm E1 Mode

All the DIP bits of S2 on the GTMU are set to OFF by default in all modes. When four 75-ohm E1/T1 links are faulty, all the
DIP bits of S2 should be set to ON so that the faults are rectified.

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Appendix
a Setting the DIP Switches
Settings of S4 and S5 on the GTMU

DIP Switch Setting of DIP Bit Description

1 2 3 4

S4 ON ON ON ON The E1 link can be bypassed.

OFF OFF OFF OFF The E1 link cannot be bypassed.

Miscellaneous Not available

DIP Setting of DIP Bit Description


Switch
1 2 3 4

S5 ON ON ON ON The E1 link can be bypassed.

OFF ON ON OFF The E1 link of the Level 1


cascaded BTS can be bypassed.

ON OFF ON OFF The E1 link of the Level 2


cascaded BTS can be bypassed.

OFF OFF ON OFF The E1 link of the Level 3


cascaded BTS can be bypassed.

Reinstall the GTMU and the UELP.

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Appendix
a Setting the DIP Switches

No. Function Operation

1 to 5 Defining the communication address of (1) Switches 1 to 5 correspond to bits


the PMU 0 to 4. ON:1; OFF: 0
For example: to set the address of
PMU to 3, set switches 3 to 5 as
OFF.
(2) Default setting before delivery:
1 (BIT0), ON
2 (BIT1), ON
3 (BIT2), OFF
4 (BIT3), OFF
5 (BIT4), OFF

6 Selecting baud rate for communicating Set as ON, indicating that the baud
with the BTS rate is 9600. (If it is set as OFF, the
baud rate is 19200.)

7 and 8 Reserved and not defined Set as OFF

Set the DIP switches of


the PMU.

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Appendix
b Pin Assignment for the BBU Signal Cables
75-ohm E1 cable
Pin of the DB26 Male Connector Wire Type Coaxial Series No. Label

X1.1 Tip 1 RX1+

X1.2 Ring RX1-

X1.3 Tip 3 RX2+

X1.4 Ring RX2-

X1.5 Tip 5 RX3+

X1.6 Ring RX3-

X1.7 Tip 7 RX4+

X1.8 Ring RX4-

X1.19 Tip 2 TX1+

X1.20 Ring TX1-

X1.21 Tip 4 TX2+

X1.22 Ring TX2-

X1.23 Tip 6 TX3+

X1.24 Ring TX3-

X1.25 Tip 8 TX4+

X1.26 Ring TX4-

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Appendix
b Pin Assignment for the BBU Signal Cables
120-ohm E1 cable

Pin of the DB26 Male Connector Wire Color Wire Type Label

X1.1 Blue RX1+


Twisted pair
X1.2 White RX1-

X1.3 Orange RX2+


Twisted pair
X1.4 White RX2-

X1.5 Green RX3+


Twisted pair
X1.6 White RX3-

X1.7 Brown RX4+


Twisted pair
X1.8 White RX4-

X1.19 Grey TX1+


Twisted pair
X1.20 White TX1-

X1.21 Blue TX2+


Twisted pair
X1.22 Red TX2-

X1.23 Orange TX3+


Twisted pair
X1.24 Red TX3-

X1.25 Green TX4+


Twisted pair
X1.26 Red TX4-

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Appendix
b Pin Assignment for the BBU Signal Cables
Monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU

Pin of the RJ45 Wire Color Pins of X2, Wire Type Port on the
Connector X3, X4, and APMI
X5

X1.1 White X2 Twisted pair TX+

X1.2 Orange X3 Twisted pair TX-

X1.4 Blue X4 Twisted pair RX+

X1.5 White X5 Twisted pair RX-

EMUA monitoring signal cable

Pin on the RJ45 Pin of the DB9 Wire Color Wire Type Port on the
Connector Male Connector APMI

X1.1 X2.3 White Twisted pair TX+

X1.2 X2.7 Orange Twisted pair TX-

X1.4 X2.2 Blue Twisted pair RX+

X1.5 X2.6 White Twisted pair RX-

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Appendix
b Pin Assignment for the BBU Signal Cables
BBU alarm cable

Pin of the RJ45 Pin of the RJ45 Wire Color Wire Type
Connector Connector

X1.1 X2.1 White/orange Twisted pair

X1.2 X2.2 Orange

X1.3 X2.3 White/green Twisted pair

X1.6 X2.6 Green

X1.5 X2.5 White/blue Twisted pair

X1.4 X2.4 Blue

X1.7 X2.7 White/brown Twisted pair

X1.8 X2.8 Brown

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Change History
This describes the changes in the BBU3900 Installation Guide.

17 (2010-09-03)
This is the seventeenth commercial release.
Compared with issue 16 (2010-07-30) of V300R008&R009, this issue added
safety information about the FE/GE Ethernet cable.

16 (2010-07-30)
This is the sixteenth commercial release.
Compared with issue 15 (2010-06-30) of V300R008&R009, this issue excludes
the safety information.

15 (2010-06-30)
This is the fifteenth commercial release.
Compared with issue 14 (2010-04-10) of V300R008&R009, this issue
incorporates the description about installing the IMB03 on the H-Shaped stand.

14 (2010-04-10)
This is the fourteen commercial release.
Compared with issue 13 (2010-03-15) of V300R008&R009, the UTRP is added.

13 (2010-03-15)
This is the thirteenth commercial release.
Compared with issue 12 (2010-01-30) of V300R008&R009, the procedure for
obtaining the ESN is added.

12 (2010-01-30)
This is the twelfth commercial release.
Compared with issue 11 (2009-12-30) of V300R008&R009, the configuration
principles of the UFLP is modified.

11 (2009-12-30)
This is the eleventh commercial release.
Compared with issue 10 (2009-11-10) of V300R008&R009, the installation
scenarios of OMB are added.

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