GPON STANDALONE OPTICAL CONCENTRATOR

FK-OLT-G4S

Installation Manual

GPON STANDALONE
OPTCAL
CONCENTRATOR
FK-OLT-G4S

Contents
1 Protective Measures ........................................................................... 3
1.1 General Notes ....................................................................................... 3
1.2 Protection against Excessive High Contact Voltage ............................... 4
1.3 Protection Against Escaping Laser Light ............................................... 4
1.4 Protection Against Fire in Racks or Housings ........................................ 4
1.5 Handling Optical Connectors and Fiber Optic Lines .............................. 5
1.6 FCC Registration ................................................................................... 5
1.7 UL Safety Compliance ........................................................................... 5
1.8 Declaration of CE Conformity ................................................................ 5
1.9 RoHS Declaration of Conformity............................................................ 5

2 Overview .............................................................................................. 6
2.1 Physical Specification ............................................................................ 9
2.2 Status LEDs on FK-OLT-G4S .............................................................. 10
2.3 Items Supplied .................................................................................... 13

3 Equipping the Rack ........................................................................... 14
3.1 Installing the Switch............................................................................. 14
3.1.1 Grounding the Switch ................................................................................. 16

4 Equipping the Switch ........................................................................ 17
4.1 Installing PSU...................................................................................... 17

5 Cabling the Switch ............................................................................ 18
5.1 Connecting Uplink Interface ................................................................ 18
5.1.1 Installing Optical Connection...................................................................... 18
5.1.2 Installing Electrical Connection .................................................................. 19
5.2 Connecting the PON Interface ............................................................. 20
5.3 Connecting Out-of-band MGMT Interface ............................................ 21
5.4 Connecting the Console Access .......................................................... 22
5.5 Connecting Power Supply ................................................................... 23
5.5.1 Connecting AC Power Supply .................................................................... 23
5.5.2 Connecting DC Power Supply ................................................................... 24

6 Abbreviations .................................................................................... 25

installation. All assembly. operation and repair work for this equipment should only be un- ! dertaken by properly trained and qualified personnel. poor ventilation or airtight. of cables disconnected to the product. or much mechanical vibration. For all cables connected to the product. note to disconnect also the redundant power supply. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interfer- ! ence in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.1 General Notes This section contains a summary of the most important requirements with regard to pro- tection of people and equipment. It must be installed in temperature-controlled locations (for example the exchange). The installation in- structions listed are shown in detail in this document. Also do not touch the part or supplier. do not install or operate the product at the place of bad condition: such as too high or low temperature. In order to prevent product damage or accidents. The system FK-OLT-G4S is intended for installation locations with access authorization. miss-operating and static electricity. The FK-OLT-G4S is designed for indoor operation only and all the Ethernet and console wirings are limited to inside of the building. much dust. Ground Connection and Ground Connected Cable Warning ! Before connecting to power supply. 3 .g. failure. burns and acid burns) being sustained. the administrator or user must make sure that the ground connection is made for electric safety. This is class A product. use ground connected cable to prevent or minimize problems from surge. high humidity. (Restricted access locations). Switch off all concerning disconnect devices! Pay attention also to the high leakage current: ! Earth connection is essential before connecting the system with the telecommunication network. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 1 Protective Measures 1. In the event of any injury (e. seek medical help immediately. The ground connection in main body should be made above all before working on the unit and be lastly removed when moving the unit. repair or reorganize it without permission. The system may be multiple power supplied: ! For complete disconnection from the power supply. not insulated. It lays no claim to completeness. Do not decompose. it can cause bodily injury and broke the equipment be- cause of electric shock. No Decomposing the Product Warning ! When decomposing this product.

see Fig. take care to ensure that any laser light escaping is not di- rected towards the eyes. 1. Pull out the plug-in unit about 5 cm. a protective plate (C42165-A320-C684) must be fitted into the floor of ETSI and 19-inch standard racks. 1. but it is not required. Disconnect the optical fiber.3 Protection Against Escaping Laser Light In order to avoid health risks. Note that the laser safety shutdown must be always activated. Section 9. the following procedure should be followed. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 1.1.2 Protection against Excessive High Contact Voltage When dealing with the power supply or working on it. Plug-in units equipped with laser light units may carry the laser symbol.3 (safety measures to be carried out) and the specifications of the European Norm EN 50110. 1. observe the provisions of VDE 0105 (operation of high-voltage equipment) Part 1.1 Laser Symbol To guard against any possible hazards.4 Protection Against Fire in Racks or Housings If the system is used in housing. 2. Be sure to follow local national provisions regarding the handling of high-voltage equipment. The rack must also meet the requirements of a fire-resistant housing as defined in DIN EN 60950-1. This trips if an input signal is missing at the relevant optical receiver. When breaking laser connections. 3. 1. Fig. Part 1 and Part 2 (Operation of electrical systems) at all times.g. if the connection is interrupted. ! This preventive measure should also be followed to avoid any damage to health by making sure that escaping laser light is not directed towards the eyes. 4 . despite the presence of the laser shutdown circuit: 1. the system must comply with the conditions for fire pro- tection housing according to DIN EN 60950-1. Pull out the plug-in unit completely. e. all optical transmitters are equipped with an au- tomatic laser shutdown circuit. To comply with fire protection standards as defined in DIN EN 60950-1.

the conformity declaration is invalidated and the manufacturer is refused from responsibility. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. • Before making connections. cabling lists.7 UL Safety Compliance This switch has been tested and found to comply with the requirements of UL. Physical damage to the faces of optical connections impair transmission quality (higher attenuation). Deviations from the specifications or unstipulated changes during construction. 1. if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction.8 Declaration of CE Conformity The CE Declaration of Conformity for the product is fulfilled only if all construction and i cabling is undertaken in accordance with the manual and the documentation listed therein. use isopropyl alcohol and non-fibrous cellulose to clean the faces of the connectors.6 FCC Registration This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device. installation instructions. • Avoid a bend radius in excess of 30 mm for fiber optic links. e. 1. These limits are designed to provide rea- sonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. All liability passes immediately to those persons undertaking any un- authorized deviations. etc. uses. 1. In such cases.g. 5 .g.5 Handling Optical Connectors and Fiber Optic Lines Optical connectors are precision components. This equipment generates.9 RoHS Declaration of Conformity Furukawa considers the protection of the environment and the preservation of natural re- sources as a major duty and thus undertakes great efforts to design its products to be en- vironmental friendly. In order to guarantee that the optical connectors function without problem: • Open optical connections must use a protective cap under all circumstances to pro- tect against physical damage and dirt. Operation of this equipment in a res- idential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. the ! use of cable types with lower shielding values are a violation of the CE requirements. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 1. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. This equipment is intended to be powered from a limited power source output of a previously certified power supply. • Avoid impact stresses when handling connectors. and can radiate radio fre- quency energy and. 1. e. and must be handled accordingly.

to name a few. The number of fiber optic transceivers in the network is minimized. FTTB (fiber to the Building). and adds support for new applications. Street Curb or Cabinet HDTV VoIP VDSL MDU Central Office xDSL CPEs PC FTTC / FTTN HDTV VoIP PON OLT ONT PC Server FTTH VoIP ONU/MDU PC FTTB Fig. The reason why GPON is considered as a cost-effective solution is its usage of a passive splitter rather than an active switching sys- tem. The benefits of the passive splitter are as follows: • No power supply / maintenance is needed. Among these changes are improvements in data rate and reach perfor- mance. FTTN (fiber to the neighborhood) or FTTC (fiber to the Curb). 2. and deploy- ment scenarios. The FK-OLT-G4S introduces a point-to-multipoint concept with the GPON technology. the operator may adopt: FTTH (fiber to the Home).25Gbps (downstream/upstream) data rate can also be deployed by connecting only the single user on a GPON port. This system is suitable for access lines used for Ethernet leased line services. and stand-by mode. There are different possible deployment topologies for GPON networks. • The splitter does not need any fiber optic transceiver.5Gbps/1. scenarios without splitters offering 2. which differenti- ate from each other basically from the place the optical fiber is terminated. Depending on the subscriber type and desired topology to the network. services.1 FTTx Service Deployments of GPON OLT 6 . In case of very high bandwidth requirement per user. diagnostics. which enables a cost-effective FTTx service. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 2 Overview The FK-OLT-G4S is a compact GPON Optical Line Terminal (OLT) with a height of only 1U. The GPON technology adds new features and functionality targeted at improving perfor- mance and interoperability.

RJ45 (RS232) tion  GPON Interface 4 GPON OLT ports SFP  Uplink GE i/f Connection to the IP network with optical or electrical RJ45 or SFP (combo) type interfaces 8 x combo type 1000Base-X or 10/100/1000Base-T Tab. 2.5Gbps downstream and 1. each delivering 2. It is comprised of 8 electrical and optical combo GE interfaces as uplink towards the core network and these interfaces can be used either to cascade other switches or to connect to a collocated DSLAM.1 Front Access Interface of FK-OLT-G4S 7 .2 Front View of FK-OLT-G4S Name Function Connector Type  MGMT Out-of-band TMN-OS Interface RJ45  CONSOLE CLI access to configure the functions for system opera. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S The FK-OLT-G4S provides four GPON ports on the front panel. The MGMT and console interface is located on the most left of the front panel with embedded LED for LNK/ACT and TX/RX indication respectively. They are for use of equipment management via remote access or CLI. 2. Each GPON port supports a pluggable SFP laser module that allows selection of the best speed and power to meet network requirements.     Fig.25Gbps upstream.

GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S The FK-OLT-G4S has two Power Supply Unit (PSU) mounting slots on the rear panel. 2.2 Rear Access Interface of FK-OLT-G4S 8 . Each PSU is comprised of single DC or AC power input. Install an appropriate PSU between AC type and DC type according to your installation environment. 2.3 Rear View of FK-OLT-G4S Name Function  Power Module Mounting AC or DC type power module  Grounding Terminal Grounding the switch to avoid electric shock Tab.   Fig. user can equip dual PSUs into 2 slots. The following figure shows the rear panel of FK-OLT-G4S. For power redundancy.

1G Console RX / TX MGMT LNK / ACT 9 .1 Physical Specification Interface Parameter PON i/f 4 x G-PON (SFP) Gigabit Ethernet i/f 8 x 10/100/1000Base-T or 100/1000Base-X (Combo uplink ports) Ethernet i/f for local management 10/100Base-TX (RJ45) Serial i/f. Console RS232 Mechanics Dimensions (W x D x H) 432 x 300 x 43 mm Weight 3. 60Hz) Operating Indicators System LEDs RUN / DIAG / PWR A / PWR B GPON i/f LEDs L/A Uplink GE i/f LEDs L/A.8 kg (without power module) Minimum free space above switch 50 mm Minimum free space below switch 25 mm Frequency 50/60Hz Operating Temperature -20~60°C Storage Temperature -40~70°C Operating Humidity Range 0~90% (non-condensing) Power Supply DC power voltage −48/60VDC AC power voltage 100-240VAC. 50/60Hz Maximum power consumption 48W (220VAC. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 2.

2. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 2. Label Color Status Description RUN Green On The system is starting up to boot. Amber Blinking CPU load is high. Off The system is running with no errors. Blinking The system is running with no errors. SFP) (10/100/1000Base-T. and power voltage is fed to the system. but power voltage is not fed to the system. RJ45) Operating Status LEDs Fig. PWR A/B Green On PSU A/B is installed.3 Operating Status LEDs on FK-OLT-G4S 10 . Off PSU A/B is not installed. Tab.2 Status LEDs on FK-OLT-G4S MGMT Interface LED Console Service Interface LED Access LED Uplink Interface LED Uplink Interface LED (100/1000Base-X. Off The system is not supplied with power. Amber On PSU A/B is installed. 2. Blinking The fan fault or overheating has occurred.4 LEDs on the front panel Operating Status LEDs on FK-OLT-G4S The FK-OLT-G4S is equipped with three LEDs to indicate the operating status of the unit. DIAG Amber On The Diagnostics test fails.

6 Status LEDs on GPON Ports Status LEDs for Uplink Interface (optical) Label Color Status Description L/A Green On The interface is connected to a network.4 MGMT Interface LEDs Console Interface LEDs Label Color Status Description TX Green Blinking A transmit activity is present on the console. 2. Tab. 1G Amber On Ethernet transmit rate is 1Gbps. Off No transmit or receive activity is present on the MGMT Interface. Tab.7 Status LEDs for Uplink Interface (optical) 11 . 2. Blinking A transmit or receive activity is present on the Ethernet line.5 Console Interface LEDs Status LEDs on GPON Ports Label Color Status Description L/A Green On The port link is up. RX Green Blinking A receive activity is present on the console. Tab. Blinking A transmit or receive activity is present on the port. Off Ethernet transmit rate is 100Mbps. Off The interface is not connected to a network. 2. Tab. Off No receive activity is present on the console. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S MGMT Interface LEDs Label Color Status Description LNK Green On Link Up Off Link Down ACT Amber Blinking A transmit or receive activity is present on the MGMT Interface. Off The port link is down. 2. Off No transmit activity is present on the console.

Tab. Off Power voltage is fed to the system with no errors.9 Status LEDs on PSU 12 . 2. 2. 2. The green LED “PWR” displays power feeding. and the red LED “ALARM” displays the oper- ating status. 2. ALARM Red On Power output fault has occurred.8 Status LEDs for Uplink Interface (electrical) Fig. Off The interface is not connected to a network.5 Front View of the PSU (AC Type) Fig. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S Status LEDs for Uplink Interface (electrical) Label Color Status Description L/A Green On The interface is connected to a network. 1G Amber On Ethernet transmit rate is 1Gbps. and power voltage is fed to the system. Blinking A transmit or receive activity is present on the Ethernet line.6 Front View of the PSU (DC Type) Status LEDs on PSU The PSU includes two LEDs to indicate the status of the power feeding and alarm. Label Color Status Description PWR Green On PSU is installed. Tab. Off Ethernet transmit rate is 10 or 100Mbps. Off PSU is not installed or is not supplied from the power source.

GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 2. The following items indicate the package contents of FK-OLT-G4S switch:  FK-OLT-G4S switch  RS232 console cable for console access  19" rack brackets and screws  CD Manual  Warranty certificate  2 PSU Blank Panels 13 . contact your dealer immediately.3 Items Supplied You have some accessories belonging to the FK-OLT-G4S. If any item is missing or damaged. Please verify the delivered items with the following package contents.

3.1 Attaching the Rack Brackets 14 . Fig. 3.1 Installing the Switch To install the switch: 1. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 3 Equipping the Rack 3. Attach the rack brackets to the edge sides of the switch as Fig.1.

Attach the switch by inserting the cage nuts in the rack uprights in accordance with your rack configuring plan.2 Attaching the Switch to the Rack 15 . GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 2. Fig. 3.

1 Grounding the Switch The switch must always be grounded. Pay attention to strong screw connections.1.3 Grounding the Switch When you install or replace the unit. Fig. the FK-OLT-G4S is grounded by screw connection with the grounded rack. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 3. 3. • A minimum 18AWG and green/yellow striped wire should be used for protective earth (safety ground). 16 . the ground connection must always be made first ! and disconnected last. as the only installation variant. Following grounding method is used for the FK- OLT-G4S: • In a rack.

The switch can be equipped with up to 2 PSUs for redundant and load-balanced power feeding. install a blank panel on it. Tighten the thumbscrews on each end of the front panel of PSU. Verify that a PSU slot is empty. 4. 2. The different type of PSUs can be in- stalled simultaneously. 1.1. as shown arrows in Fig. • Install the blank panel on not equipped place. 4. Use the following procedure when installing a PSU. • After inserting the PSUs. When installing the PSUs. the thumbscrews should be tightened with a tool. 3. 4. it is necessary to keep EMC. Insert the PSUs into the PWR A and B slots in the switch. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 4 Equipping the Switch 4. so you can choose proper power sup- ply according to installation environment. be sure to insert them inside the slot guides.1 Installing PSU The FK-OLT-G4S provides AC and DC type PSU. note the followings: • When inserting the PSUs.1 shows how to install the power modules (applicable to the AC type power module as well). Insert a PSU into a slot that you intend to install. 4. • When inserting the PSUs into the slots. If the other slot will remain empty. Fig. Fig. observe the relevant safety provisions for protecting the modules.1 Installing PSU (DC Type) 17 .

which require their own additional optical module. Fig. 5. Connect the fiber optic cable to SFP module. 5.1 SFP module for Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) Use the following procedure when installing the optical connection with the LC type SFP module. the case of installing an optical connection with the LC type SFP module is described. Fig. 18 .1 Installing Optical Connection The FK-OLT-G4S provides SFP uplink slots. 2. In this section. The uplink interface configuration must be one of the followings: • Optical interfaces only • Electrical interfaces only • Mixed assembly (but not optical and electrical interface with the same number) 5.2 shows how to install SFP module and fiber optic cable.1 Connecting Uplink Interface The FK-OLT-G4S single-board G-PON OLT provides 8 ports of 1000Base-X optical and 10/100/1000Base-T electrical combo interfaces as the GE interfaces of uplink service.1.1 shows an example of a SFP module. 5. 1. Insert the SFP module into the service slot for optical connection. Fig. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 5 Cabling the Switch 5.

Fig. The FK-OLT-G4S automatically recognizes MDI/MDIX connectors defined in IEEE 802.3. Fig. you can use 10/100/1000Base-T in- terface instead of the optical connection. 5.2 Installing the Optical Connection with SFP Module 5. 5. 5.4 Installing the Electrical Connection 19 .1.2 Installing Electrical Connection According to the network or installation environment.4 describes how to connect the cable to 10/100/1000Base-T interface. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S Fig.3 RJ45 Connector Fig. 5.

SC/PC type (blue) con- i nector should be connected to GPON interfaces on the FK-OLT-G4S. Fig. 5. Connect the fiber optic cable to SFP module.5 Installing the GPON Be sure to check the connector type when cabling PON lines. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 5. Fig. 1. and SC/APC type (green) connector should be connected to ONU (ONT) side. 5. Insert the SFP module into the service slot for G-PON connection.5 shows how to install SFP module and G-PON cable. 20 .128) ONTs via passive optical splitter.2 Connecting the PON Interface The FK-OLT-G4S provides up to 4 G-PON ports and each G-PON port can be connected to 64 (Max. 2.

Fig. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 5. 1.6 Connecting MGMT Interface 21 .3 Connecting Out-of-band MGMT Interface Use this procedure when connecting the 10/100Base-TX out-of-band MGMT interface. Connect the cable to the MGMT interface on the front panel of the FK-OLT-G4S. 5.6 shows how to connect the out-of-band MGMT interface. Fig. 5.

Connect RJ45 connector of the cable to the console interface on the front panel of the FK-OLT-G4S. 1. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 5.4 Connecting the Console Access The FK-OLT-G4S provide the console access to configure the switch locally with com- mand line interface (CLI). Fig.7 Connecting the Console Access 22 . The RS232 console cable will be delivered as a basic delivery package. Fig. 5. 2. 5. Connect DB9 connector of the supplied RS232 console cable to the serial inter- face of the PC.7 shows how to connect the RS232 console cable to the console interface.

5. Fig. the administrator or user must make sure that the ! ground connection is made for electric safety. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 5.8 describes how to connect the AC power cable. 5. ! Before connecting to power supply. Connect the other end of the power cable to AC power supply. Connect the AC power cable to AC power connector on the PSU.5 Connecting Power Supply You can connect either the DC or AC power supply to the system according to its PSU type. 2. Fig. 23 . 5. Both type of PSU is installed on the rear panel.8 Connecting the AC Power Cable Make sure the power switch is in the OFF position before connecting.5. Each type of PSU has a single power input.1 Connecting AC Power Supply To connect the operating voltage line to AC power supply and to the system: 1.

2 Connecting DC Power Supply To connect the operating voltage line to DC power supply and to the system: 1. 5. 2. the administrator or user must make sure that the ! ground connection is made for electric safety. 24 . GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 5.9 Connecting the DC Power Cable Make sure the power switch is in the OFF position before connecting.5. Fig. Fig. Connect the other end of the power cable to DC power supply. 5. ! Before connecting to power supply.9 describes how to connect the DC power cable. Connect the provided DC power cable to DC power connector on the PSU.

Electronic & Information Technologies WEEE Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment 25 . European Community CO Central Office CPE Customer Premises Equipment EMC Electro-Magnetic Compatibility EN European Norm ETS European Telecommunication Standard (defined by ETSI) ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute FE Fast Ethernet (100 Mbps) GBIC Gigabit Interface Converter GE Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gbps) GPON Gigabit Passive Optical Network HW Hardware IEC International Electrotechnical Commission IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IP Internet Protocol LED Light Emitting Diode MDI Medium Dependent Interface MDIX Medium Dependent Interface Crossover MMF Multimode Fiber ONU Optical Network Unit OWG Optical Waveguide RJ45 Registered Jack 45 RoHS Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances SFP Small Form-factor Pluggable SMF Singlemode Fiber SW Software UTP Unshielded Twisted Pair VDE Association for Electrical. GPON STANDALONE OPTCAL CONCENTRATOR FK-OLT-G4S 6 Abbreviations AC Alternating Current CE Communauté européenne.

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