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Ÿ Fixing the strain relief installation

Pole
5 installation

Adjust the Active Antenna’s tilt

Adjusting
6 mechanical tilt

Cabling

7 Cabling

Power cabling
EAC cabling
Antenna cabling
RET/AISG cabling
Optical cabling

Install AC connection (optional step)


Installing Flexi
8 Power AC/DC
submodule 230V

Install overvoltage protection (optional step)

Installing Flexi
9 System External
OVP

Commission the Active Antenna

10 Commissioning

Check the installation


Installation
11 check list
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DN0993669 Issue 01, Approval date 2013-09-20

CAUTION! Risk of personal injury.


The equipment is heavy. Take care when lifting it.

WARNING! Risk of eye damage caused by invisible laser beam.


Invisible laser radiation from the module optical fiber connector.
Always switch off the laser before detaching the optical fiber from the connector.

NOTICE:
Incorrect cables and seals may not provide secured weather protection. In outdoor
installations, including the outdoor cabinet, use only tested IP65 class outdoor cables
with seals provided by Nokia Siemens Networks. This is also recommended for indoor
installations.

NOTICE:
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) may damage the modules. Wear an ESD wrist strap or
use a corresponding method when handling the modules.
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1 Contents of delivery
Delivery Contents Versions Codes
Active Antenna delivery Active Antenna FAGF AAS 2100/1800 FAGF 472559A
Active Antenna FAGP 2100act/800-900pas FAGP 472584A

Optional items
Pole mounting kit delivery Flexi Pole Kit, B (kit contains 2 pole kit assemblies) FPKB 472804A
Transmission cable delivery Flexi system fibre SM 4m FSOR 472607A
Flexi RRH System Fibre MM A 10m FSOH 472067A
Flexi RRH System Fibre SM L 50m FSOL 472069A
Flexi RRH System Fibre SM O 110m FSOO 472070A
Flexi RRH System Fibre SM Q 200m FSOQ 472068A
MM fiber, bended ends 2m FSFL 472894A
MM fiber, straights ends, 4m FSOD 472842A
Flexi RRH System Fibre MM A 10m FSOA 472066A
Flexi RRH System Fiber MM B 20m FSOB 472134A
Flexi RRH System Fiber MM C 30m FSOC 472135A
WiMAX Optical Cable LC 50m FYTF 471964A
Flexi RRH System Fiber MM E 75m FSOE 472136A
MM fiber, 90-90, OM3, 100m FSFM 472844A
MM fiber, 90-90, OM3, 200m FSFN 472845A
DC cable multibeam-open, 2m FPCC 472823A
Flexi Power DC Cable 4M FPTA 472246A
EAC Cable FTSI 472578A
EAC cable HDMI-D37 15m FSAH 472839A
Flexi RRH System Fiber MM E 75m FSOE 472136A
MM fiber, 90-90, OM3, 100m FSFM 472844A
MM fiber, 90-90, OM3, 200m FSFN 472845A
Flexi RRH Optical SFP G 850nm 3G 200m MM FOSG 472063A
Flexi Optical SFP L 1310 nm 3Gb 2km SM FOSL 472807A

Flexi Optical SFP A 1310 nm 3Gb 15Km SM FOSA 471546A


Optical SFP H 850 nm 6Gb 300m MM FOSH 472579A

Optical SFP N 1310 nm 6Gb 2km SM FOSN 472811A


Optical SFP I 1310 nm 6Gb 15km SM FOSI 472580A
FSES delivery Flexi System External OVP FSES 472285A
FPAC delivery Flexi Power AC/DC submodule 230V FPAC 472438A
FPAD delivery Flexi Power AC/DC sub-module FPAD 472805A
FPIA delivery Flexi Pole Installation Kit FPIA 471767A

2 Preparing for installation


Site bag content Installation tools and materials
1 4
2
4
7

3
5 2 5

1
6 8
3 6

4. Cable clamps x3 1. Allen key: 10 mm (0.29 in.) 5. Side cutters


1. Cable clamp x1
5. Screws x5 2. TORX screwdriver: T25 6. Scissors
2. Cable ties x3
6. IP protection boot x1 3. Phillips screwdriver 7. Torque wrench for antenna cables
3. Strain relief x1
4. Wrench: 13 mm (0.51 in.) 8. Insulation tape
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2 Preparing for installation (continued)
Clearances and fixing points 185 mm
(7.28 inch)
185 mm
(7.28 inch)
NOTE:

(15.75 inch)
400 mm
Ensure that the wall
(15.75 inch)

installation surface
400 mm

and selected
fasteners can
sustains the device
under the
required
circumstances. m )
0 m ch

(93.14 inch)
m ) 40 5 in

2366 mm
0 m ch .7
40 5 in (15
(62.46 inch)
1587 mm

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0 m ch 40 5 in
4 0 5 in .7
.7 (15
(15
~45 kg ~55 kg
~99 lb ~121 lb

(15.75 inch)
400 mm
(15.75 inch)
400 mm

185 mm 185 mm
(7.28 inch) (7.28 inch)

Fixing the strain relief

2 1. Attach the clamp to the strain relief.


2. Tighten the relief into the fixing points using the assembled
!
2.3 Nm Screws to 2.3 Nm (1.7 ft lb).
!

3 Grounding principles
1. Connect the wrist strap.
1 2. Connect the grounding
cable to the antenna module.
2 3. Fix the grounding cable
Optional grounding
using M8 or two M5 screws.

to ESD stud 3
WARNING! Risk of
electric shock.

Improper connection of the


Wrist strap
equipment-grounding
conductor can result in a risk
of electric shock.
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1 2 3 5 1. Mark upper positions on the wall and drill holes.


Lifting
TIP: Do not drill the lower holes at this stage of the
point procedure.
2. Insert the upper screws into the upper holes.
3. Lift and mount the antenna using the upper
2 bracket holes and screws on the wall.
4. Place the antenna against the wall to locate the
exact position of the lower holes.
NOTE: Take 4
5. Once you have the hole positions marked,
dimensions from insert the screws and fix them.
Clearances and
fixing points NOTICE: Excessive stress on the strain relief may
section.
cause it to break.

CAUTION! Risk of personal injury.


The module with accessorie is heavy. Be careful when lifting it.

5 Pole installation
!
1 2 55 Nm
!

!
20 Nm
! !
20 Nm
!

3 4 Lifting
poin
t
Lifting point 5 Lifting
poin
t

Lifting point

NOTE:

FPKB is designed for poles between 60 mm (2.4 in.) and 120 mm (4.7 in.) in diameter.

1. Install the FPKB into the antenna’s lower bracket and tighten screws to 20 Nm (14.75 ft lb).
2. Install the second FPKB onto the pole and tighten M12 screws to 55 Nm (40.56 ft lb).
3. Lift the antenna, using the lifting point.
4. Lift the unit to pole and tighten it to the upper bracket.
5. Secure the mounting bracket upper/lower screw to 20 Nm and FPKB mounting kit screws with 55 Nm.
NOTICE: Excessive stress on the strain relief may cause it to break.

NOTICE: Do not release the lifting rope until the unit is safely secured.

Check list
The antenna is secured in position and is pointing in the appropriate direction.
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6 Adjusting mechanical tilt
NOTE: Mechanical tilt adjustment can be performed only after antenna installation.

1. Loose the locking’s screws from both sides of the 4. Tight the locking screws to the slot on both sides of the bracket.
bracket. 5. Once the antenna is in its desired tilt angle, tighten the bolts on
2. Loosen the bolts on each side of the lower bracket. the upper and lower brackets to 20 Nm (14.75 ft lb).
3. Loosen the bolts on each side of the upper bracket.
NOTICE: Do not release the lifting rope until the unit is safely secured.

Upper bracket
1 2

Marked screws cannot be


released during the installation
4 5

11
5
NOTE: Only
the hex-head
screw can be
released.
!
20 Nm
!
Lower bracket

Marked screws cannot be


released during the installation
1 1
2
Upper bracket

3 4

5
11

NOTE: Only
the hex-head
screw can be
released.
Lower bracket
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7 Cabling
Power cabling

1 2 1. The narrow end of the IP boot can be removed


using scissors.
2. Cut the rubber in one go with scissors, so that
you get a clean cut surface.
NOTE:
You can insert to the IP boot only one DC cable
6.0 - 10.0 mm with a diameter in a range of 6 to 25 mm (0.24 to
(no cutting need)
0.98 in.).

3 4 5

3. Wrap an extra tape around the exposed wires in order not to break the IP NOTICE: The IP boot edge must be smooth. No
boot. crack in the edge is allowed, as it breaks the
4. Insert the taped end of the DC feeder cable into the IP boot. boot's IP protection.
5. Remove the tape before you connect the wires to the screw terminal.

Power cabling (continued)

6 7 8

6. Slide off the IP boot from the


9 10 power cable.
7. Split power cables and put them
into the connector.
NOTE: All wires are secured with
the screws.
8. Fix the IP boot with the screw.
9. Place the DC cable to the clamp.
10. Secure the clamp with two
screws.

NOTICE: Make sure that the polarity of the wires is correct.

Check list
Power cable is properly installed.
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7 Cabling (continued)
EAC cabling
3 4
1 2

power cable

external alarm cable

1. Remove the EAC connector seal from the module. 3. Expand the cable clamp.
2. Slide off the IP boot and push the connector seal firmly in 4. Place EAC cable into the cable clamp and close it.
place. 5. Fix the cable with a screw to the strain relief.

Check list

Power supply cable is connected and properly tied.


EAC cable is connected and properly tied.

Antenna cabling
1 2 3

4
!
25 Nm
!

1. Remove the seal from the antenna connector.


2. Push the antenna jumper cable into the connector.
3. By holding the cable near connector,
turn cable counter clockwise by using a torque wrench before starting to make final tightening to 25 Nm.
4. Tighten the connector to 25 Nm.

Check list
Antenna cable is properly installed.
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7 Cabling (continued)
RET/AISG cabling

1 2 3

1. Remove the seal from the antenna connector.


2. Push the antenna jumper cable into the connector.
3. By holding the cable near connector, turn and tighten the cable counter clockwise by hand.

RET/AISG cable is properly installed.


Optical cabling

1 2

Clean with swab or swipe with


an alcohol.

5
6 7

power cable

external alarm cable

optical cables
grounding cable

1. Remove the connector seal from optical connector. 5. Push the connector seal firmly in place.
2. Push the optical transceiver into the connector. 6. Pull the cable through the optical cable clamp and
3. Pull back the connector seal to uncover the connector. tighten it.
4. Remove the protective plug, clean the connector end face, 7. Fix the clamp to the strain relief with the screw.
and connect the cable.

NOTICE: Overbending the optical cables can detach or damage the connectors.
Do not bend the optical cables beyond the maximum radius of 70 mm (2.75 in.).

Check list
Optical cable has been cleaned and properly installed.
Double check that the correct optical interface is installed.
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8 Installing FPAC (optional step)

1 2

3 4

5 1. Open the AC connector cover


2. Loosen the Two screws on the AC cable clamp
to remove the boot.
3. Connect the AC power cable to the AC terminal.
4. Close the AC connector cover.
5. Tighten the AC cable clamp screws.

NOTE: Before installing the DC cable prepare it according the instructions provided in section 7.

Check list
FPAC is properly installed.
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9 Installing FSES (optional step)

1 2 3

1. Mount FSES to FPIA. 2. Thread the straining strap. 3. Install the FPIA to the pole

NOTE: Before installing the DC cable prepare it


according the instructions provided in section 7.

FSES is properly installed.

10 Commissioning

For commissioning instructions see Commissioning Flexi Multiradio BTS WCDMA.

11 Installation checklist

Perform these checks to make sure that the installation is complete.

Delivery is complete and undamaged.


Strain relief is installed according to instructions.
Minimum clearances are met.
The antenna is secured in position.
The antenna is pointing in the appropriate direction.
Mechanical tilt is properly adjusted.
Active Antenna is grounded.
Connector seals are correctly installed.
Power supply cable is connected.
Optical fiber cable connectors are cleaned and connected.
Double check that correct optical interface is installed.
Antenna cables are connected according to the configuration.
All cables are tied properly.