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1 1.1 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 Abstract ..........................................................................................2 Task Force Output ...........................................................................3 Guideline on Trouble Shooting of MINI-LINK Equipment..........4 Prerequisite......................................................................................5 Preparation ......................................................................................6 TOC .................................................................................................8

3 3.1 3.2 3.3 4 4.1 4.2

Guideline on Trouble Shooting of Power Related Problem ....27 Prerequisite....................................................................................28 Preparation ....................................................................................29 TOC ...............................................................................................31 Enclosure .....................................................................................58 Transmission AND RBS Data Report............................................59 Power Data Report ........................................................................63

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ABSTRACT
After analysis of trouble ticket trend for over 6 months, Managed Services delivery team notices a pattern of recurring problem related to MINI-LINK and power related issue. In an effort to reduce the recurring problem, a task force focusing on the issues were set up, with a goal to find the root cause of the recurring problem. The type of MINI-LINK recurring problem that were focused on included: NPU hanging (stuck in boot process) for AMM 2p B RSL with measurement of -20dB Performance degrading on sites with antenna over 1.2m High temperature leading to MINILINK software hanging in TN R2 Power related problem investigation was focused circuit breaker (MCB) tripping due to: Unbalanced power consumption Insufficient commercial power capacity Low voltage from commercial power Phase failure As an outcome of the investigation, this document is produced as a guideline to help field maintenance technicians & engineers for troubleshooting similar problem Ericsson official documentation for MINI-LINK operational and maintenance guideline should always be the main reference for any operational activities. This document is to be used specific for the problem described above.

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1.1

Task Force Output


DOWNTIME CONTRIBUTOR 8,835 in December (1044 less compared to November) 920 less power related problem; due to battery replacement, faster response on RST alarm 144 less problem for other issue, mainly transmission, MCB trip cases; due to task force activity that focused on recurring transmission problem and MCB trip cases
Lease Line, 22, 0% Access Issue, 34, 0% RNC, 1, 0% BTS, 210, 2% Transmission, 157, 2% CME, 308, 4%
P o wer Outage B SC NODE-B CM E Others A ccess Issue 3rd P arty Transmissio n RNC P ro ject B TS Lease Line

TT Type: December 2009

Pow er Outage, 7982, 91%

Downtime contributor
1.600% 1.400% 1.200% 1.000% 0.800% 1.086% 0.704% 0.590% 0.442% 0.791% 0.557% 0.426% 0.473% 0.572%

0.600% 0.395% 0.400%

0.654% 0.634%

0.589% 0.575% 0.531% 0.504% 0.440% 0.372% 0.200% 0.367% 0.290% 0.292% 0.228% 0.213% 0.150% 0.000% Wk Wk Wk Wk Wk Wk Wk Wk Wk Wk Wk Wk 1 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53
% - EID % - External

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2
Guideline on Trouble shooting of MINI-LINK Equipment

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2.1

PREREQUISITES
This chapter describes the hardware tools & software programs that are needed when trouble shooting shall be done for MINI-LINK equipments. Engineer always needed to bring the right tools for working with troubleshooting on sites. Please do not forget to prepare the required sites permit and necessary coordination to make sure our activities on sites will be done smoothly. Tools that are needed: a. Notebook and accessories cables (USB, Ethernet, and RS232). b. MSS (MINI-LINK Service Software) installed in the notebook. c. Correct SW version for all equipment if upgrades are necessary (include the latest software baseline). d. Basic Tools: digital Volt-meter, LED, screw-driver sets, DDF punch tools, wrist-stripe, etc e. HSE Tools f. If required, always bring BER meter for checking E1 / STM-1 performance. g. If needed, always bring HW spares (Ex MMU, TRU, NPU, RAU and dummy) that might need to be replaced. h. If needed, always bring RAU connectors, electrical insulating tape, butyl sealing compound for water protect the RAU connector/cable. Access Permit & Coordination procedures that are needed; a. b. c. d. Working permit and site key access. Customer approval for equipment down time if needed Always Coordinate with Customer NOC / OMC Approvals from NOC before and after enter the site.

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2.2

PREPARATION
Considering most of trouble-shootings will be done on existing (with live traffic) sites, we should follow our Network Interruption process.
Information on the request form (Day H) 1.Site name 2.SOW activity on site 3.Person in charge From EID organzation 4.Site access (related with the request for Key arrangement and Supervisor from Customer) 5. Time frame of the activity

Prepare Request Form to Enter Customer Site Revise data on the form

The Form send to Customer for approval

1.Customer give approval by signing the request form (Day H+1)

No

All data approved by Customer


Yes

Engineer Received Key and information on PIC from Customer Spv

Engineer arrived on site

Before enter the site Call OMC 1.Identify yourself to OMC and Gave information regarding the task 2. Ask if Site has alarm or not 3.Show / give the letter of assignement ot the spv of the sites if one exist .Such as IBS (in building solution )site

Call /report to OMC

Anything Unusual on Site

1. Check Sorrounding of the site for anything unusual Such as Grounding missing;Fence broken etc. 2..Check Inside the shelter , Save alarm or status of the RBS related to Engineers work 3.Take Foto for unusual conditional

Engineer doing the Activity

Engineer completing the activity+ Clean Up site

1. Make sure that the site is clean 2. Make sure the RBS status has the sama or less alarm status compare before engineer enter the shelter

Call OMC before left the sites

Give notification to OMC that you already completed the activity on related site Confirmation on the status site from OMC

Return Sheter Key to Custome by filling the report

end

Picture 1

Network Interruption process

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General key-points before starting our trouble-shooting main activities:

a. Inform Customer NOC team about our activity on site, especially if traffic
interruption will be done, before and after our activity.

b. Check surrounding condition if any Unusual Condition found, such as;


Grounding missing, broken KWH, abnormal indoor temperature, etc. If needed, take capture / picture as evidences and inform to NOC Team.

c. Check Physical condition of ML equipments especially for LED Status and


Input DC voltage If we found RED Light or strange Status, check details by LCT for verification, and take/save Capture & Logs. For more information, see LED Descriptions MINI-LINK TN Operating Instructions, Reference [4] Measure the Input Vdc using a Digital Voltmeter, and compare it with the specification

Never Turn-Off / Reset the ML equipments before verifying and taking required information.

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2.3

Table of Content

1 1.1 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.4 2 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.2 2.3 2.4 3 4 5 6 7

Troubleshooting Procedure ...................................................... 9 Received Alarm / Fault Description .............................................. 9 Troubleshooting MLTN............................................................... 10 SW troubleshooting MLTN ......................................................... 10 Data Collection MLTN ................................................................ 11 Troubleshooting MLHC .............................................................. 11 SW troubleshooting MLHC on site ............................................. 11 Data Collection MLHC................................................................ 12 Hardware Installation Check ...................................................... 12 Example problem found in Transmission.............................. 13 Hardware Faulty ......................................................................... 13 RAU with RSL 20 dBm ............................................................ 13 AMM 2p B faulty ......................................................................... 14 Low RSL..................................................................................... 15 Switching 1+1 HS failed (MMU2 D)............................................ 18 HCC/RCC Alarm ........................................................................ 20 Problem analysis & Escalation Process ................................ 23 Replacement Faulty Module.................................................... 24 Closing Preparation ................................................................. 25 Reporting .................................................................................. 25 Reference .................................................................................. 26

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1.

TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE
Please follow our general Technical Trouble-shooting process:

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General trouble-shooting process

1.1

Received Alarm / Fault Description


The receiver alarm / fault description should include details about the following: a. Exact date and time of the problem. The time shall be given in relation with the time setting in the affected NEs. Effect of the problem. Explain the fault events as they occurred, step by step. Specify slot positions when applicable. Events that might have lead to the fault. Frequency of the fault. Software Baseline (SBL) running on the NE when the fault occurred.

b.

c. d. e.

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1.2 1.2.1

Troubleshooting of MLTN SW Troubleshooting MLTN on site


Please follow below procedure of trouble-shooting MLTN: a. b. Connect to the MLTN (using Ethernet or USB cable) Check the event / alarms / fault to evaluate what the problem is See more details information in documents of: Fault Management Operations MINI-LINK TN ETSI, Reference [6] Alarm Descriptions MINI-LINK TN ETSI Description, Reference [7] Event Descriptions MINI-LINK TN ETSI Description, Reference [8] c. Verifying Radio Link Configuration Parameters Verify that all hop setup parameters are set and correspond to the value in SID / PQR, such as: RSL (Received Signal Level), Tx power, Switching mode, Frequency setting, etc. Checking for RF Interference If the Radio Link reports unexpectedly bad BER performance but RF input level is normal, the receiver might be interfered by external RF sources. Check RF interference using Far-end Tx-off procedure. Use a loop on the unit that having problem to trace the fault (i.e.: RF Loop, IF Loop, etc). Use built-in BERT (Bit Error Ratio Tester) or external BER meter to verify or trace the fault. Restarting the NE (Network Element) In some cases, if required, we can do a Warm or Cold Restart of the NE.

d.

e. f. g.

A cold restart will disturb the traffic. Always collect Logs before restarting the NE since the alarm and event logs, as well as power cycling information, are deleted at both cold and warm restarts and potentially valuable information is lost. h. i. Take capture of specific problems. Check and (if required) perform SW upgrade if its an older SW-baseline version.

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The SW version should be checked with O&M to synchronize that the MINI-LINK has the same SW baseline in all MLTN. Please perform a software upgrade to the new software baseline according to the MINI-LINK TN ETSI Operating Instruction, Reference [2] or MINILINK Craft User Interface Descriptions, Reference [3], chapter Software Upgrade. For details about recommended upgrade paths of MLTN, please also see the Compatibility Information and Release Note documents.

1.2.2

Data Collection MLTN


Take following data from MLTN terminals for any further technical analysis or escalation:

a.

Error log file and Event log / history Always collect alarm logs and event log before any warm/cold restart or power cycling. Alarm list (needs to be done before power reset) Get the configuration file and saved report if you dont have the latest file Collect PM (Performance Management) data if PDH/SDH MMUs is used (Near & Far end)

b. c. d.

1.3 1.3.1

Troubleshooting of MLHC SW Troubleshooting MLHC on site


Please follow below procedure of trouble-shooting MLHC: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Connect to the MLHC (using Ethernet or Serial OM cable) Take Capture of existing parameters needed and Save Configuration for backup purposes Check the alarms to evaluate what the problem is. Always upload the Alarm logs of MLHC Verifying Radio Link Configuration Parameters refer to SID / PQR Checking for RF Interference Use loops to trace were the problem is (example : RF Loop, IF Loop, SPI Loop) If necessary, use external BER meter to verify or trace the fault. Always take capture of specific problems. PAGE 11

j.

Make a save before any power cycling.

Note: If you have not save before power cycle and you have made any changes the TRU will go back to the latest saved configuration. k. Perform SW upgrade if its an older SW version. This should be checked from the O&M what version that shall be used.

1.3.2 Data Collection MLHC


Take following data from MLHC terminals for any further technical analysis and escalation:

a. b.

Alarm logs from (Near-end and Far-end). Needs to be collected before power reset. Performance log (monitoring data) from Near-end and Far-end. If performance data is not available, follow the performance setup in as document of Settings for performance measurements in Mini-Link High Capacity, Reference [13]

c. d.

Inventory data (Near-end and Far-end) Configuration file

1.4

Hardware Installation Check


Aside checking the software status, in some conditions we need to check physical installation also: a. b. c. d. FAN unit correctly installed on MLTN / MLHC. Dummy fronts installed (MLTN). Grounding completely & properly installed according to the installation manuals Traffic and DC Cabling/Connectors properly installed. See more details in document of Installing Indoor Equipment MINI-LINK TN ETSI Installation Instructions, Reference [1]. e. f. g. Radio cable and the connectors properly installed. (See more details in document of Radio Cable Check [13]. All connectors tightened (DC/traffic/radio) Check power distribution (battery, DC power level and MCB Ampere). PAGE 12

h. i.

Modem units correctly inserted and tightened If the problem is still intermittent, check interfaces on front and the backplanes for broken or damage pins

2.

Example Problem found in Transmission


2.1 Hardware Faulty 2.2 Low RSL 2.3 Switching 1+1 HS failed (MMU2 D) 2.4 HCC/RCC Alarm

2.1

Hardware Faulty

2.1.1 RAU with RSL -20 dBm


In the Radio Link Alarm, we found the RSL of the RAU is 20 dBm. In 1+1 HS configuration, sometimes the switch can not work caused by this problem. There is a known problem with a component handling the attenuation on the RAU. The following steps must follow to solve the problem; 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Prepare RAU with same product code. Unplug jumper cable on MMU. Replacement RAU with the new one. Plug jumper Cable onto MMU. Reset Performance in Near End and Far End Send the RAU to Ware House with BLUE TAG FORM.

Note: Write in Remark Column; RAU faulty with RSL 20 dBm.

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2.1.2 AMM 2p B Faulty


AMM 2p B faulty with problem NPU stuck in Boot Process. There is a known problem with a bad soldering of the component in the backplane. The Fault LED in NPU was ON. The following steps must follow to solve this problem; 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Prepare new AMM 2p B Turn off DC Source. Unplug DC cable from AMM 2p B (faulty). Unplug some modules from AMM 2p B: NPU3, MMU and FAU4. Uninstall AMM 2p B (faulty). Install new AMM 2p B. Plug in some modules into new AMM 2p B: NPU3, MMU and FAU4. Plug in DC Cable to AMM 2p B. Turn ON DC Source then pressing the BR button of NPU (2-3 seconds after Turn ON DC source). The LED BR in the NPU will flash. It means, the NPU in Installation mode status. Log in to ML TN with your laptop.

11. Activate the configuration from RMM card. 12. If AMM 2p B does not have RMM, You have to activate configuration with LOAD CONFIGURATION FILE from your laptop. 13. Otherwise, you should create configuration by manually. 14. Call NOC to check the status of our equipment (RBS and Transmission). 15. Send AMM 2p B to ware house with BLUE TAG FORM. Note: Write in remark column; AMM faulty with problem NPU stuck in Boot Process.

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2.2

Low RSL
Low RSL can cause performance degradation in our link. The RSL of the Link have to follow the value from the PQR. The tolerance value is +- 4 dB from PQR. Otherwise we have to realignment the antenna to get expected RSL or reroute the link if the link get obstacle path. Sometime, Low RSL can happened cause by shifted antenna especially for antenna over than 1.2 m which do not have properly for side strut installation of antenna. Please see picture below;

Picture 3

Improperly side strut installation on Tower

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Picture 4

Improperly side strut installation on Pole

The following steps must follow to solve this problem (Low RSL caused by Shifted antenna); 1. We have to make sure position of antenna in NE and FE site can allow installation side strut with the right way. Please see picture below ;

Picture 5

Proper angle for attaching the side strut

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2.

If needed we have to reinstall antenna on NE and FE; a. b. Change leg of tower for attaching antenna Change handle of antenna from right to left side or vice versa.

3. 4. 5. 6.

If antenna attaching in pole we need install additional mounting for attaching side strut. Then realignment antenna to get expected RSL (PQR). Install side strut refer from standard installation document. Coordination to NOC to check our equipment status.

Note:

For above activity, it shall cause traffic disturbance for 4 5 hours. So, please make coordination with the customer for permit activity.

Please see the picture below for properly side strut installation;

Picture 6

Properly side strut installation on tower

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Picture 7

Properly side strut installation on pole

2.3

Switching 1+1 HS failed (MMU2 D)


When the RAU N has used for MMU2 D, The switching protection in 1+1 HS does not work. It is caused by software compatibility in the RAU N. Note: If using RAU N with MMU2 D, software of RAU have to over than R2X. The following steps must follow to solve this problem; 1. 2. Log in to ML TN Go to the inventory Tab then Check software of the RAU N in NE and FE.

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RAU Software in inventory list

Note:

RAU in Slot 4 is OK, over than R2X RAU in Slot 5 is not OK, below than R2X

3. 4. 5.

Upgrade software for RAU N with Software RAU over than R2X, example R3C. Testing switch protection to verify the switch is working. Coordination with NOC to check our equipment status.

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2.4

HCC/RCC Alarm
HCC Alarm means communication is lost on Hop Communication Channel, between MMU and far-end MMU. RCC Alarm means Communication is lost on the Radio Communication Channel (RCC), between MMU and RAU. Those problems were caused by bad connection between MMU and RAU or the modules are fault.

Picture 9

Radio Link Alarm

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Picture 10

Alarm List

The following steps must follow to solve this problem; 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Log In to ML TN. Go to Radio Link Alarm Tab then found which slot have problem RCC. Check installation of connector coaxial at near end and far end. If needed, reinstall connector coaxial with the right way. Coordination with NOC to check our equipment status.

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Please see the picture below for bad installation;

Picture 11

Coaxial connector without fold grounding cable and 2.5mm of the dielectric

Picture 12

Coaxial connector without 2.5mm jacket isolation of dielectric

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Please see the picture below for good installation;

Picture 13

GOOD installation

3.

PROBLEM ANALYSIS & ESCALATION PROCESS


After getting enough information from sites, we need to analyze it to get the correct solution. Please always refer to: a. Ericsson Mini-Link technical documentations. Some of those as listed in the Reference chapter at page 11, or more complete documents in Alex / Ericsson CPI documents. b. Check to the previous applicable technical report. The purpose is to minimize our trouble-shooting duration. Search any similar and applicable report that can be reused in our problem. We can

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get those from previous Trouble-shooting Report, CSR report, Service Advice document, as well as some sharing experiences in Ericsson Knowledge Based. In case of internal team can not solve the problem, especially which related with competence and product issue, we can escalate it to higher level support. Any escalation to 1st or 2nd line support will need a CSR (Customer Support Request). A CSR is primarily used in situations of a non-emergency nature, indicating a software or hardware design-related problem. It is also used to ask general questions of a technical nature. An emergency request is normally taken care of in another routine, but it is always registered as a CSR afterwards for follow-up reasons. Usually, only one issue can be addressed per CSR. We shall enclose relevant and complete troubleshooting data shall in the CSR as the required procedure. See Data Collection Guidelines MLTN Operating Directions, Reference [5].

4.

REPLACEMENT FAULTY MODULE


In case there is/are faulty module/s found based on the fault tracing phase, we can replace that plug-in unit/s accordingly. Please take below precaution and procedure carefully: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Identifying Current Hardware and Software Checking the Compatibility Uploading Configuration File when Replacing a NPU or RMM Required Tools and Equipment Prepare for Software Upgrade: FTP server and SBL firmware Procedure to replace the Hardware module Concluding Routines of checking any active alarms, handling faulty unit, etc

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See details in Replacing a Radio or Plug-In Unit MLTN Operating Instruction, Reference [11]

5.

CLOSING PREPARATION
After activities had been done, ensure that the following actions have been performed: a. b. c. d. e. f. Reset Performance Log (if needed to monitor performance link for few days) Reset alarm list and Event history (if needed to monitor performance link for a few days) Inform customer NOC team that our activity had been done. Get confirmation from NOC that all equipments are back to normal operation and there are no active alarms caused by our activity. Clean up the site for any trashes from our activity. Lock all doors and leave the site.

6.

REPORTING
After activities had been done, spare your time to make report to your supervisor such as;

a. b. c. d. e.

Create a Troubleshooting Report. Complete raw data (alarm list, even log, error log, save report and any capture) as evidence. Collect Photo as evidence (if required). Fill BLUE TAG Form for any HW Faulty and send to the ware house. Please fill-in completely as described in HWS RDN (Repair delivery Note), Reference [12]

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REFERENCE
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] Indoor Installation Instruction Mini-link TN ETSI, 1531-CSH 109 32/1-S1 Uen Operating Instruction Mini-link TN R3, 1543-CSH 109 32/1-V1 Uen MINI-LINK Craft User Interface Descriptions, ML Craft 2.2, 7/1551-CSH 109 32/1-V1 Uen LED Description MINI-LINK TN ETSI, 24/1543-CSH 109 32/1-V1 Uen Data Collection Guidelines MLTN Operating Directions, 34/1543-CSH 109 32/1-V1 Uen Fault Management Operations MINI-LINK TN ETSI, 4/1543-CSH 109 32/1-V1 Uen Alarm Descriptions MINI-LINK TN ETSI Description, 5/1543-CSH 109 32/1-V1 Uen Event Descriptions MINI-LINK TN ETSI Description, 9/1551-CSH 109 32/1-V1 Uen Troubleshooting MINI-LINK TN ETSI Operating Guideline, 5/154 43-CSH 109 32/1-V1 Uen

[10] Troubleshooting Guideline by EID/OP/MR Ronny Stralhed [11] Replacing a Radio or Plug-In Unit MLTN Operating Instruction, 11/1543-CSH 109 32/1-V1 Uen [12] HWS RDN (Repair delivery Note), 2/1546-FAP 130 495 Uen [13] Settings for performance measurements in Mini-Link HC, EAB/FBM/LG-07:001 Uen [14] Radio Cable Check by MO/EAB/JT/GG EMWCRM

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Guideline on Trouble Shooting of Power Related Problem

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3.1

PREREQUISITES
This chapter describes the hardware tools & software programs that are needed when trouble shooting shall be done for MINI-LINK equipments. Engineer always needed to bring the right tools for working with troubleshooting on sites. Please do not forget to prepare the required sites permit and necessary coordination to make sure our activities on sites will be done smoothly. Tools that are needed: a. b. c. d. e. Notebook and accessories cables (USB, Ethernet, and RS232). Correct SW version for all equipment if upgrades are necessary (include the latest software baseline). Basic Tools: digital Volt-meter, LED, screw-driver sets, DDF punch tools, , etc HSE Tools If needed, always bring HW spares (power & grounding cable, MCB etc a) that might need to be replaced.

Access Permit & Coordination procedures that are needed; a. b. c. d. Working permit and site key access. Customer approval for equipment down time if needed Always Coordinate with Customer NOC / OMC Approval from NOC before & after enter site

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3.2

PREPARATION
Considering most of trouble-shootings will be done on existing (with live traffic) sites, we should follow our Network Interruption process.
Information on the request form (Day H) 1.Site name 2.SOW activity on site 3.Person in charge From EID organzation 4.Site access (related with the request for Key arrangement and Supervisor from Customer) 5. Time frame of the activity

Prepare Request Form to Enter Customer Site Revise data on the form

The Form send to Customer for approval

1.Customer give approval by signing the request form (Day H+1)

No

All data approved by Customer


Yes

Engineer Received Key and information on PIC from Customer Spv

Engineer arrived on site

Before enter the site Call OMC 1.Identify yourself to OMC and Gave information regarding the task 2. Ask if Site has alarm or not 3.Show / give the letter of assignement ot the spv of the sites if one exist .Such as IBS (in building solution )site

Call /report to OMC

Anything Unusual on Site

1. Check Sorrounding of the site for anything unusual Such as Grounding missing;Fence broken etc. 2..Check Inside the shelter , Save alarm or status of the RBS related to Engineers work 3.Take Foto for unusual conditional

Engineer doing the Activity

Engineer completing the activity+ Clean Up site

1. Make sure that the site is clean 2. Make sure the RBS status has the sama or less alarm status compare before engineer enter the shelter

Call OMC before left the sites

Give notification to OMC that you already completed the activity on related site Confirmation on the status site from OMC

Return Sheter Key to Custome by filling the report

end

Picture 1

Network Interruption process

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General key-points before starting our trouble-shooting main activities:

a. Inform Customer NOC team about our activity on site, especially if traffic
interruption will be done, before and after our activity.

b. Check surrounding condition if any Unusual Condition found, such as;


Grounding missing, broken KWH, abnormal indoor temperature, etc. If needed, take capture / picture as evidences and inform to NOC Team.

c. Check Physical condition of ML equipments especially for LED Status and


Input DC voltage If we found RED Light or strange Status, check details by LCT for verification, and take/save Capture & Logs. For more information, see LED Descriptions MINI-LINK TN Operating Instructions, Reference [4] Measure the Input Vdc using a Digital Voltmeter, and compare it with the specification

Never Turn-Off / Reset the ML equipments before verifying and taking required information.

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3.3

Table of Content
1 1.1 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.2.1 1.1.2.2 1.1.3 1.1.3.1 1.1.3.2 1.1.3.3 1.1.3.4 2 2.1 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 2.3.7 2.3.8 3 3.1 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.4 3.4.1 3.4.2 3.5 3.6 4 Mini Circuit Breaker (MCB).................................................................32 Definition MCB.......................................................................................32 PLN MCB...............................................................................................32 ACPDB MCB .........................................................................................33 Main MCB ACPDB ................................................................................33 Utility MCB ACPDB ...............................................................................33 DCPDB MCB .........................................................................................34 Main MCB Rectifier................................................................................34 Utility MCB Rectifier / PBC 6500 ...........................................................34 Battery MCB Rectifier ............................................................................35 19 Rack MCB / DCPDU .......................................................................35 Power Root Cause Analysis...............................................................36 MCB Trip Problem Identification............................................................36 Cause of MCB Trip ................................................................................36 Trip of MCB PLN ...................................................................................36 MCB PLN & Main ACPDB.....................................................................36 Trip of MCB Utility ACPDB ....................................................................37 MCB DCPDB .........................................................................................37 Analysis .................................................................................................37 Short Circuit...........................................................................................37 Unbalance Power Consumption............................................................37 Air Conditioning Problem.......................................................................38 Insufficiency PLN Capacity....................................................................38 PLN Problem; Phase Failure, Low Voltage...........................................42 Short Circuit at Air Conditioning Controller ...........................................43 Short Circuit at Air Conditioning ............................................................44 MCB Trip at DOU for MCB DCPDU (19 rack)......................................44 Action Taken Recommendation.........................................................46 Check Installation ..................................................................................46 Balancing Power Consumption .............................................................46 Indoor ....................................................................................................46 Outdoor..................................................................................................47 PLN Capacity.........................................................................................49 PLN Capacity Indoor Sites ....................................................................49 PLN Capacity Outdoor Sites .................................................................50 Air Conditioning Maintenance ...............................................................53 Measurement AC Current for Air Conditioning......................................53 Air Conditioning Phase Controller .........................................................53 Power Source for DCPDB at 19 Rack..................................................54 Exhaust Fan Status ...............................................................................56 Reference .............................................................................................57

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1
1.1 1.1.1

Mini Circuit Breaker (MCB)


Definition MCB PLN MCB
Location Type Band : KWH panel : Blue toggle; CL curve : Merlin Gerin, ABB, Vyckler, J&P, Okachi

MCB 1 phase 1 pole

MCB 3 phase 1 pole

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1.1.2

ACPDB MCB

1.1.2.1 Main MCB ACPDB


Location Type Band : ACPDB panel : Black toggle; C curve; MCB 3 phase-1 pole : Merlin Gerin, ABB

1.1.2.2 Utility MCB ACPDB


Location Type Band : ACPDB panel : Black toggle; C curve; MCB 1 phase-1 pole : Merlin Gerin, ABB

Outdoor ACPDB

Indoor ACPDB

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1.1.3

DCPDB MCB

1.1.3.1 Main MCB Rectifier


Location Type Band : Rectifier : Black toggle; C curve; MCB 1 phase-1 pole : Merlin Gerin, ABB, Nader

Main MCB Rectifier

1.1.3.2 Utility MCB Rectifier/PBC 6500


Location Type Band : Rectifier or PBC 6500 : Black toggle; C curve; MCB 1 pole : Merlin Gerin, ABB, Nader

Utility MCB Rectifier

Utility MCB PBC6500

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1.1.3.3 Battery MCB Rectifier


Location Type Band : Rectifier or PBC 6500 : Black toggle; C curve; MCB -1 pole : Merlin Gerin, ABB, Nader

MCB Battery Rectifier

MCB Battery PBC 6500

1.1.3.4 19 Rack MCB / DCPDU


Location Type Band DCPDU DCPDB RBS : 19 Rack : Black toggle; C curve; MCB -1 pole : Merlin Gerin, ABB, Nader : for Transmission equipment : for RBS

DCPDB RBS for RBS

DCPDU - Transmission

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2.1

Power Root Cause Analysis


MCB Trip Problem Identification
Base on data trouble ticket week 39-40, percentage of MCB trip: a. MCB PLN : 60% (14 times) b. MCB PLN & Main ACPDB : 26% (6 times) c. MCB Utility ACPDB : 9% (2 times) d. MCB DCPDB : 5% (1 times)

2.2 2.2.1

Cause of MCB Trip Trip of MCB PLN


A. Cause MCB trip Indoor Sites a. Short Circuit b. Unbalance power consumption c. Air Conditioning problem; high AC current (out off manufacture standard) d. Insufficient PLN capacity e. PLN Problem :Low Voltage PLN, Phase failure B. Cause MCB Outdoor Sites a. Unbalance power consumption b. Insufficient PLN capacity c. PLN Problem :Low Voltage PLN, Phase failure

2.2.2

MCB PLN & Main ACPDB


A. Cause MCB trip Indoor Sites a. Short Circuit b. Unbalance power consumption c. Air Conditioning problem; high AC current (out off manufacture standard) d. Insufficient PLN capacity e. PLN Problem :Low Voltage PLN, Phase failure B. Cause MCB Outdoor Sites a. Unbalance power consumption b. Insufficient PLN capacity c. PLN Problem :Low Voltage PLN, Phase failure Location : ACPDB Indoor sites Cause MCB Trip : a. Short circuit at MCB use for Air Conditioning controller. b. Short circuit at MCB use for Air Conditioning

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2.2.3

Trip of MCB Utility ACPDB


Location Cause MCB Trip : ACPDB Indoor sites :

a. Short circuit at MCB use for Air Conditioning controller. b. Short circuit at MCB use for Air Conditioning

2.2.4

MCB DCPDB
Location Cause MCB Trip : Rectifier/PBC 6500 Indoor sites : Insufficiency rate of MCB DCPDU (19 rack) .

2.3 2.3.1

Analysis Short Circuit


A short circuit between phase - neutral due to the destruction of AC Contactor, outdoor unit, lamp, dc fan, rectifier or all equipment that connected to power. This results in an excessive electric current (over current), and potentially causes circuit damage, overheating, fire or explosion In mains circuits, short circuits are most likely to occur between two phases, between a phase and neutral or between a phase and earth (ground). Such short circuits are likely to result in a very high current and therefore quickly trigger an over current protection device.

2.3.2

Unbalance Power Consumption


Indoor: Configuration of connecting power Air Conditioning, Rectifier/PBC module unbalance to all phase, It is making power for each phases are not same or higher than MCB PLN Unbalancing Configuration of power - Indoor Phase R Air conditioning Rectifier / PBC Lamp, others
Note: = power connection

S 1 unit

T 1 unit

Remark

2 unit

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Outdoor: Configuration of connecting power PSU module unbalance to all phase, It is making power for each phases are not same or higher than MCB PLN Unbalancing Configuration of power - Outdoor Phase R PSU RBS 2G PSU RBS 3G Lamp, others
Note: = power connection

S 1 unit 1 unit

T 1 unit 1 unit

Remark

2 unit 1 unit

2.3.3

Air Conditioning Problem


Some problems with the Air Conditioning are: The high AC current Air Conditioning cause by problem at Air Conditioning outdoor unit. Short circuit Air Conditioning outdoor unit The high AC current Air Conditioning has make insufficiency PLN MCBm and short circuit make PLN MCB and Air Conditioning MCB trip

2.3.4

Insufficiency PLN Capacity


Indoor Location : sites with PBC 6500 Cause : Insufficiency PLN capacity Description : Indoor site use PBC 6500 o PSU : 4x1400 watt o Battery : 3x100Ah o PLN : 10.6 kVA (MCB 3x16A) o Air Conditioning : non Inverter

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Configuration of power Indoor Phase R Air conditioning PBC 6500 Lamp, others Current Analysis Full load Phase R Air Conditioning RBS 2116 Lamp Voltage Total PLN MCB 210 18 16 210 18 16 1892 1879 S 1892 1879 3757 125 210 18 16 T Unit VA VA VA Volt Amp Amp 1 unit S 1 unit 2 unit T Remark

Note: Will be trip at full consumption

Outdoor Location : sites with 2G RBS 2116 Cause : Insufficiency PLN capacity due 4 installed PSU Description : Outdoor site RBS 2G 2116 o PSU : 4x1520 watt o Battery : 4x100Ah o PLN capacity : 10.6 kVA (MCB PLN 3x16A)

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Configuration of power - Outdoor Phase R PSU RBS 2G Lamp, others 2 unit S 1 unit T 1 unit Remark

Current Analysis Full load Phase R RBS 2116 Lamp Voltage Total PLN MCB 210 18 16 210 9 16 3757 S 1879 T 1879 125 210 10 16 Unit VA VA Volt Amp Amp

Note: Will be trip at full consumption

2. Location : sites with 2G 3G (RBS 2116 + RBS 3116/3107) Cause : 4 installed PSU Description : Outdoor site RBS 2G 3G (RBS 2116 + RBS 3116) o PSU RBS 2G : 4x1520 watt o Battery RBS 2G : 4x100Ah o PSU RBS 3G : 3x1400 watt o Battery RBS 3G : 2x100Ah o PLN capacity : 13.2 kVA (MCB PLN 3x20A)

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Configuration of power - Outdoor Phase R PSU RBS 2G PSU RBS 3G Lamp, others Current Analysis Full load Phase R RBS 2116 RBS 3116 Lamp Voltage Total PLN MCB 210 26 20 210 17 20 3757 1730 S 1879 1730 T 1879 1730 125 210 18 20 Unit VA VA VA Volt Amp Amp 2 unit 1 unit S 1 unit 1 unit T 1 unit 1 unit Remark

Note: Will be trip at full consumption

Location : sites with 2G RBS 2116 Cause : Insufficiency PLN capacity due 4 installed PSU 2G Description: Outdoor site (RBS 2116 + RBS 3116+ Nobi TRM) o PSU RBS 2G : 3x1520 watt o Battery RBS 2G : 4x100Ah o PSU RBS 3G : 3x1400 watt o Battery RBS 3G : 2x100Ah o Nobi TRM : 2x2000 watt o Battery Nobi TRM : 2x100Ah o PLN capacity : 13.2 kVA (MCB PLN 3x20A)

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Configuration of power Outdoor Phase R PSU RBS 2G PSU RBS 3G Rectifier Nobi TRM Lamp, others 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit S 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit T 1 unit 1 unit Remark

Current Analysis Full load Phase R RBS 2116 RBS 3107 Nobi TRM Lamp Voltage Total 210 23 20 1879 1730 1167 S 1879 1730 1167 125 210 23 20 210 17 20 T 1879 1730 0 Unit VA VA VA VA Volt Amp Amp

PLN MCB

Note: Will be trip at full consumption

2.3.5

PLN Problem; Phase Failure, Low Voltage


Cause : PLN voltage drop bellow 190V AC

Description : PLN Voltage drop (Below 190V AC) led to increase AC current and PLN capacity is not sufficient to make power requirement.

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Current Analysis Full load (Nominal Voltage) Phase R RBS 2116 RBS 3116 Lamp Voltage Total 210 17 210 17 1879 1730 S 1879 1730 T 1879 1730 125 210 18 Unit VA VA VA Volt Amp

Current Analysis Full load (Under Voltage) Phase R RBS 2116 RBS 3116 Lamp Voltage Total 180 20 180 20 1879 1730 S 1879 1730 T 1879 1730 125 180 21 Unit VA VA VA Volt Amp

PLN MCB

20

20

20

Amp

PLN MCB

20

20

20

Amp

- High AC Current at under voltage, makes PLN MCB not sufficient. - PLN MCB will be trip

2.3.6

Short Circuit at Air Conditioning Controller


Short circuit location : Cause Description: There are Air Conditioning controller designs: a. Air Conditioning controller relay 1-phase b. Air Conditioning controller relay 2-phase using relay Omron MY 2 c. Air Conditioning controller relay 2-phase using CAD 32 M7 : Air Conditioning controller using relay Omron MY 2 the connection R phase and S phase as controller to close

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Relay Omron MY 2

CAD 32 M7

Air Conditioning controller using relay Omron willing to use 2-phase for the work of Air Conditioning. The advantage using 2-phase controller is if one phase is off the other phase will be backup. Since use 2-phase to controller Air Conditioning than there will be 2 voltages into relay. The relay Omron found connection 2-phase is to narrow, and if the 2-phase are start at the same time it cause short circuit than MCB Air Conditioning will trip

2.3.7

Short Circuit at Air Conditioning


Short circuit location Cause Description : Air Conditioning outdoor unit : Short of body Air Conditioning :

Short circuit because Air Conditioning often switch off

2.3.8

MCB Trip at DOU for MCB DCPDU (19 rack)


Location MCB Trip : DOU 2x10A Cause Description : Insufficient of MCB rate as power source DCPDU (19 rack) :

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DOU 1x125A connected to DCPDB RBS-----Connected to RBS 2G DOU 2x10A connected to TRM 19 rack (via DCPDU) o Connected AMM20p o Connected exhaust fan

Power Analysis: Total Power consumption = 500 watt ( -48V; 11 Amp) TRM Amm20p (5 radio) = 300 watt DC fan = 200 watt

Picture: Power cable connection

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3
3.1

Action Taken Recommendation


Check Installation
Check tightened of power cable connection Check for short circuit: Use buzzer (AVO meter) to no short circuit at the system KWH, ACPDB Measure at MCB Air Conditioning, MCB Lamp, etc Connection one probes to neutral bar and other toon top MCB connection biiiiiiiiip sound mean there are short circuit

3.2 3.2.1

Balancing Power Consumption Indoor


Connected Air Conditioning power cable to R phase and S phase Maximum 4 unit PSU/Rectifier module and connected with configuration; 1 unit at R phase, 1 unit at S phase, 2 unit at T phase Configuration of power Indoor Phase R Air conditioning PBC 6500 / Rectifier Lamp, others Procedure to balancing power consumption: Turn on both Air Conditioning, wait until outdoor unit are working Measure current and voltage for R phase, S phase and T phase Check power connection of Air Conditioning: o 1 unit at R phase, 1 unit at S phase, 1 unit at T phase (if available) Check power connection of rectifier module or PBC 6500 PSU : o Maximum 4 unit PSU/Rectifier o Configuration; 1 unit at R phase, 1 unit at S phase, 2 unit at T phase o If available 5 PSU/module removed or unplug, make sure no alarm appear 1 unit S 1 unit 2 unit T Remark

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3.2.2

Outdoor
Maximum number PSU at RBS 2G and 3G are = 3 unit Incase there Nobi rectifier enclosure the maximum rectifier module = 3 unit Table configuration PSU connection Configuration of power Outdoor Phase R PSU RBS 2G PSU RBS 3G Rectifier Nobi TRM Lamp, others Procedure balancing power Using Clamp- Ampere Meter to measure AC current for R phase, S phase and T phase Check PLN MCB ratting (PLN Capacity) Check power connection of rectifier module or RBS PSU: o PLN 6,6 kVA (MCB 3x10A), o o o RBS 2G (3 PSU) or Nobi TRM (2-3 mdl) RBS 2G (3 PSU) + Nobi TRM (2 mdl) RBS 2G (4 PSU), RBS 2G (3 PSU) + RBS 3G (3 PSU) RBS 2G (3 PSU) + RBS 3G (3 PSU) +Nobi Rectifier (3 PSU) 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit S 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit T 1 unit 1 unit Remark

PLN 10.6 kVA (MCB 3x16A), PLN 13.2 kVA (MCB 3x20A),

PLN 16.5 kVA (MCB 3x25A),

Check MCB ratting at ACPDB o o o MCB for RBS 2G, RBS 3G and Nobi Rectifier MCB 3x16A (minimum) MCB 3x20A (recommendation)

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Site 2G 3G with PLN capacity 13.2 kVA, RBS 2G have 4 PSU, as temporary solution do unplug 1PSU (PSU number 4), with no alarm appear Site 2G 3G Nobi Rectifier and Nobi TRM with PLN capacity 13.2 kVA, as temporary solution do unplug 1PSU RBS 2G (PSU number 1) and Unplug 1 PSU RBS 3G (PSU number 2), with no alarm appear

Configuration of power Outdoor Phase R PSU RBS 2G PSU RBS 3G Rectifier Nobi TRM Lamp, others 0 unit 1 unit 1 unit S 1 unit 0 unit 1 unit T 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit Remark

Current Analysis Full load Phase R RBS 2G RBS 3G Nobi TRM Lamp Voltage Total PLN MCB 208 17 20 1879 1730 0 S 1879 0 1167 0 200 15 20 198 15 20 T 0 1730 1167 Unit VA VA VA VA Volt Amp Amp

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3.3 3.3.1

PLN Capacity PLN Capacity Indoor Sites


1. PLN 10.6 kVA (MCB PLN 3x16A) a. b. Air Conditioning Rectifier : 2 PK inverter (AC current 7.4A ; 220V AC) : 2x200 watt or 3x2000 watt

Current Analysis Full load Phase R Air Conditioning Rectifier Lamp Voltage Total PLN MCB 210 13 16 210 13 16 1628 1069 S 1628 1069 1069 125 210 6 16 T Unit VA VA VA Volt Amp Amp

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2. PLN 13.2 kVA (MCB PLN 3x20A) a. Air Conditioning : 2 PK non inverter (AC current 10.6A ; 220V AC) maximum 4 unit b. Rectifier or PBC 6500 :

Current Analysis Full load Phase R Air Conditioning Rectifier Lamp Voltage Total PLN MCB 210 17 20 210 17 20 2438 1069 S 2438 1069 2138 125 210 11 20 T Unit VA VA VA Volt Amp Amp

3.3.2

PLN Capacity Outdoor Sites


1. PLN 6.6 kVA (MCB 3x10A), RBS 2G (3 PSU) or Nobi TRM (2-3 mdl)

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Configuration of power Outdoor Phase R PSU RBS 2G Lamp, others 1 unit S 1 unit T 1 unit

Current Analysis Full load Phase R RBS 2116 Lamp Voltage Total PLN MCB 210 9 10 210 9 10 1879 S 1879 T 1879 125 210 9 10 Unit VA VA Volt Amp Amp

2. PLN 10.6 kVA (MCB 3x16A), RBS 2G (3 PSU) + Nobi TRM (2 mdl) Current Analysis Full load Phase T 1 unit RBS 2116 Nobi TRM Lamp Voltage Total PLN MCB 210 15 16 210 15 16 R 1879 1297 S 1879 1297 125 210 10 16 T 1879 Unit VA VA VA Volt Amp Amp

Configuration of power Outdoor Phase R PSU RBS 2G Nobi TRM Lamp, others 1 unit 1 unit S 1 unit 1 unit

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3. PLN 13.2 kVA (MCB 3x20A), RBS 2G (4 PSU), RBS 2G (3 PSU) + RBS 3G (3 PSU) Current Analysis Full load Phase T 1 unit 1 unit RBS 2116 RBS 3116 Lamp Voltage Total PLN MCB 210 18 20 210 18 20 R 1879 1370 S 1879 1370 T 1879 1370 125 210 18 20 Unit VA VA VA Volt Amp Amp

Configuration of power Outdoor Phase R PSU RBS 2G PSU RBS 3G Lamp, others 1 unit 1 unit S 1 unit 1 unit

4. PLN 16.5 kVA (MCB 3x25A), RBS 2G (3 PSU) + RBS 3G (3 PSU) + Nobi Rectifier (3 PSU) Current Analysis Full load Phase T 1 unit 1 unit RBS 2116 RBS 3116 Nobi TRM Voltage Total PLN MCB R 1879 1370 1297 210 24 25 S 1879 1370 1297 210 24 25 T 1879 1370 125 210 18 25 Unit VA VA VA Volt Amp Amp Configuration of power Outdoor Phase R PSU RBS 2G PSU RBS 3G Nobi TRM Lamp, others 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit S 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit

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3.4 3.4.1

Air Conditioning Maintenance Measurement AC current for Air Conditioning


Procedure: Turn on Air Conditioning, wait until the outdoor unit is working Take Clamp-Ampere Meter to measure AC current at line for Air Conditioning only AC Current allowed <=13 Amp If more than 13 amp indication Air Conditioning failure , please call FM MS

3.4.2

Air Conditioning Phase Controller


Air Conditioning controller 2-phase using relay Omron MY 2, where MCB 1x4A at R-phase and MCB 1x4A S phase Temporary solution :

Switch off one of MCB connected to relay For standard switch off MCB 1x4A at S phase

Recommendation Solution

Additional timer delay equipment to delay Phase S connected to Relay Band/Type : Omron / H3CR

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Wiring diagram

3.5

Power Source for DCPDU at 19 Rack


Power capacity for DCPDU at 19 rack: MCB ratting at Rectifier / PBC 6500:

MCB 2x25A (minimum) MCB 2x32A (recommendation)


Recommendation for Indoor site configuration: DC Power source PSU Battery DOU Load o o o TRM Amm20p Exhaust fan : PBC 6500 : 4x1400 watt : 3x100Ah : DOU 1x125A + DOU 2x10A :

RBS 2G RBS 2216/2206

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Procedure: o Change power source for TRM 19 rack to DOU 1x125A DOU 1x125A connected to DCPDB RBS Connected to RBS 2G Connected to DCPDU TRM o Connected AMM20p Connected Exhaust fan

Exhaust fan and EAS connected power to DOU 2x10A DOU 2x10A connected to: Exhaust fan

Wiring Power connection

Recommendation Power Connection

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3.6

Exhaust Fan Status


Problem Cause : : High Temperature Exhaust fan not working properly due external alarm panel is broken

Description : Exhaust fan is the emergency fan to circulate the hot air out of shelter when the Air Conditioning is not working properly. The exhaust fan is trigger by temperature sensor at external alarm system (EAS), if the sensor detection high temperatures (set 30oC) in the shelter than the fan will working and send alarm to NOC (Alarm high temperature)

Temporary Recommendation: If in the site found EAS is broken 1. Use phase failure as trigger working of the exhaust fan Procedure: o o Removed power connection for exhaust fan from relay EAS to relay phase failure Use relay R phase failure and connection DC power of exhaust fan

R-phase

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Recommendation Solution: Additional thermostat for triggering exhaust fan start relay The thermostat will bet at 30C for trigger the relay and send alarm high temperature

Reference
2008-09-16 - 198/1551-LZA 701 0001 Uen A Technical Description RBS 2111 EID-08:013998 Uen Rev. A Petunjuk Instalasi RBS 2000 Ericsson Indonesia EID-08:017130 Uen Rev. A Petunjuk Instalasi RBS 3000 Ericsson Indonesia EID-09:010738 Uen Rev. A Configuration of Sites Using The Outdoor Enclosure (NOBI)

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Enclosure

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4.1

TRANSMISSION AND RBS DATA REPORT

SITE BUKIT PAMULANG MEGAH


NTS Project

Contents 1 2 3 3.1 3.2 4 4.1 4.2 5 6 7 Abstract ................................................................................................60 Problem .................................................................................................60 Alarm & Data Capture ...........................................................................60 Alarm & Data Capture Transmission.....................................................60 Alarm & Data Capture RBS...................................................................61 Actual Configuration ..............................................................................61 Actual Configuration Transmission........................................................61 Actual Configuration RBS......................................................................61 Analyze..................................................................................................62 Solution Recommendation ....................................................................62 Supporting Document............................................................................62

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1. Abstract This document describes reporting site BTTG005 Bukit Pamulang Megah. 2. Problem BFU Problem: (from TT-20090923-00068). Action Taken by MS: FM replaced BFU module.

3. Alarm and Data Capture 3.1 Alarm and Data Capture Transmission Alarm List Capture;

Picture 1

RSL Capture

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3.2 Alarm and Data Capture RBS Alarm List Capture;

Picture 2

Alarm List

4. Actual Configuration 4.1 Actual Configuration Transmission AMM Type Configuration network Hop Name Software Baseline : AMM 2p : 1+0 ML TN 18 GHz : BTTG005 B Pamulang Megah to JBKD052 Wr Poncol. : R7M06 (Release 2.4.10)

4.2 Actual Configuration RBS RBS Type Configuration network Site Name : 2116 : 2/2/2 : BTTG005 Bukit Pamulang Megah.

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5. Analyze Transmission: No Transmission problem found. RBS: When BFU Module was fault, The RBS do not have Battery backup system. And DC source to transmission equipment was disconnected. It is hardware faulty.

6. Solution Recommendation FM already changed the BFU with the new one. Now, The RBS have been in service and have stable condition.

7. Supporting Document

BTTG005 B Pamulang Megah (TRM).rar

BTTG005 B Pamulang Megah (RBS).rar

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4.3

POWER DATA REPORT

SITE BUKIT PAMULANG MEGAH

NTS Project Contents 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 4 4.1 5 6 Introduction....................................................................................................64 Purpose .........................................................................................................64 Reference......................................................................................................64 Site Location .................................................................................................64 Power Data....................................................................................................65 kWh Panel .....................................................................................................65 ACPDB ..........................................................................................................65 Power Supply ................................................................................................66 Problem Identification....................................................................................66 Analysis .........................................................................................................67 Check Balancing Power ................................................................................67 Recommendation Solution ............................................................................68 Supporting Document ...................................................................................68

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Introduction

1.1 Purpose This document explains about root cause analysis of site problem 1.2 Reference EID-08:013998 Uen Rev. A Petunjuk Instalasi RBS 2000 Ericsson Indonesia EID-08:017130 Uen Rev. A Petunjuk Instalasi RBS 3000 Ericsson Indonesia 1.3 Site Location Site Name : BTTG 005, Bukit Pamulang Megah

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Power Data

2.1 KWh Panel Description MCBInputBrandandCapacity SurgeProtection SinglePhaseMainsInputVoltage(RN/SN/TN) ThreePhaseMainsInputVoltage(RS/ST/RT) NGVoltage CurrentforPhaseR CurrentforPhaseS CurrentforPhaseT Value MG;3xCL20A OBOtypeB/3+1 ( 3X255VAC50kA& 1XC255VAC125kA) 209.4/217.3/210.2 361.8/382.6/3721.9 0.4V 2.1A 2.5A 2.0A

2.2 ACPDB Description ACPDBPANEL CheckMCBInputBrandandCapacity CheckSurgeProtection CheckMCBInputCapacityforRBSOutdoorRphase CheckMCBInputCapacityforRBSOutdoorSphase CheckMCBInputCapacityforRBSOutdoorTphase Value MG;3x63A OBOtypeC/3+1 ( 3XV20C&1XC25B+C) 32A 32A 32A

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2.3 Power Supply

Description RectifierType(brand,typeofPowerSystem) RectifierCapacity(qtymodulexcapacitypermodule) MCBInput(QtyxRattingMCB,Brand/TypeinACPDB) MCBInput(QtyxRattingMCB,Brand/TypeinRectifier) SurgeProtectionTypeandCondition(arresterbrand/type) InputCurrentPhaseR(ACPDBtoRectifier) InputCurrentPhaseS(ACPDBtoRectifier) InputCurrentPhaseT(ACPDBtoRectifier) LoadConfiguration(RBS/TRM/DXX) LoadCurrentTotal

Value 2G:PSURBS2116 2G:3xPSU1520watt 3X32AMERLINGERIN NA NA 2.1A 2.5A 2.0A RBS2GAMM2P 6.7A

BatteryBrandandType BatteryCapacity(qtybankxcapacityAh) MCBbattery1(Brand,ratting) MCBbattery2(Brand,ratting) MCBbattery3(Brand,ratting) MCBbattery4(Brand,ratting)

FiammFIT100 4X100Ah BFU+24/250A NA NA NA

Problem Identification No power issue

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Analysis

4.1 Check Balancing Power Configuration Load Rebalancing Configuration of power Phase R PSU RBS 2116 Lamp Power balancing analysis average load: Current Analysis average load Phase R S PSU RBS 2116 2.1 2.5 Lamp Total 2.1 2.5 1 psu S 1 psu T 1 psu Remark

T 2.0

Unit Amp Amp Amp

2.0

PLN MCB

20

20

20

Amp

Power balancing analysis full load: Current Analysis Full load Phase R RBS 2116 Lamp Voltage Total 210 9 1879 S 1879 125 217 9 210 9 T 1879 Unit VA VA Volt Amp

PLN MCB

20

20

20

Amp

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Recommendation Solution

Keep balancing phase R, phase S, phase T with changing connection phase power PSU module Connected PSUs RBS 2116 with configuration; 1 module at R phase, 1 module at S phase, 1 module at T phase

Rebalancing Configuration of power Phase R PSU RBS 2116 PSU RBS 3116 Lamp 1 mdl 1 mdl S 1 mdl 1 mdl T 1 mdl 1 mdl Remark

Supporting Document

BTTG 005 Bukit Pamulang Megah (Power).rar

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