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Important Notice on Product Safety


Elevated voltages are inevitably present at specific points in this electrical equipment. Some of the parts may also have elevated operating temperatures. Systems with forced ventilation have rotating items. Non-observance of these conditions and the safety instructions can result in personal injury or in property damage. The system complies with the standard EN 60950-1/ IEC 60950-1. All equipment connected has to comply with the applicable safety standards. Mount the systems in areas with restricted access only. Only trained and qualified personnel may install, operate, and maintain the systems.

The same text in German: Wichtiger Hinweis zur Produktsicherheit In elektrischen Anlagen stehen zwangslufig bestimmte Teile der Gerte unter Spannung. Einige Teile knnen auch eine hohe Betriebstemperatur aufweisen. Anlagen mit Zwangsbelftung haben drehende Teile. Eine Nichtbeachtung dieser Situation und der Warnungshinweise kann zu Krperverletzungen und Sachschden fhren. Das System entspricht den Anforderungen der EN 60950-1 / IEC 60950-1. Angeschlossene Gerte mssen die zutreffenden Sicherheitsbestimmungen erfllen. Die Anlagen drfen nur in Betriebssttten mit beschrnktem Zutritt aufgebaut werden. Die Anlagen drfen nur durch geschultes und qualifiziertes Personal installiert, betrieben und gewartet werden.

Trademarks: All designations used in this document can be trademarks, the use of which by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of their owners.

Copyright (C) Siemens AG 2005


Issued by the Communications Group Hofmannstrae 51 D-81359 Mnchen Technical modifications possible. Technical specifications and features are binding only insofar as they are specifically and expressly agreed upon in a written contract.

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Contents
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.4 2 2.1 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.3 2.4 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.10.1 Notes on this Documentation ....................................................................................9 Customer Documentation..........................................................................................9 Complementary Documents ......................................................................................9 Symbols Used in the Customer Documentation .....................................................10 Symbol for Warnings ...............................................................................................10 Symbols for Notes ...................................................................................................10 Symbols for Menu Displays and Text Inputs ...........................................................10 Notes on Licensed Software ...................................................................................10 Protective Measures and Handling / Schutzmanahmen und Handhabung ..........11 Basic Remarks / Grundstzliche Hinweise..............................................................11 Mechanical Design / Mechanische Konstruktion.....................................................12 Front Door of the Device / Gerte-Vordertr ...........................................................12 Card Shieldings / Schirmungen der Baugruppen....................................................12 Weight / Gewicht .....................................................................................................12 Temperature / Temperatur ......................................................................................13 Device Cooling / Gertekhlung..............................................................................13 Components Subject to High Operating Temperatures / Komponenten mit hoher Betriebstemperatur ..................................................................................................13 Dust Filter / Staubfilter .............................................................................................13 Grounding and Potential Balancing / Erdung und Potenzialausgleich...................14 Protection Against Excessive Overvoltage on the 48/60-Volts Power Supply Input / Schutz gegen berspannungen beim 48/60-Volt-Stromversorgungseingang.......15 Electrostatic Sensitive Components (ESD) / Elektrostatisch gefhrdete Bauteile (EGB).......................................................................................................................16 Fiber-optic Cables and Connectors / Lichtwellenleiter und optische Steckverbinder .................................................................................................................................17 Laser Radiation / Laserstrahlung ............................................................................18 Protection Against Extraneous Laser Light and Protection of the Optical Modules Concerned / Schutz gegen austretendes Laserlicht und Schutz der betreffenden optischen Baugruppen.............................................................................................18 Laser Safety Circuit / Lasersicherheitsabschaltung ................................................20 Handling Batteries / Handhabung von Batterien .....................................................21 Emergency Switching OFF / Notabschaltung..........................................................22 Installation Procedures and Preparation .................................................................23 Declaration of CE Conformity ..................................................................................23 Personnel Requirements .........................................................................................23 Required Tools and Accessories.............................................................................23 As-delivered Condition, Checking for Intactness ....................................................23 Installation Steps .....................................................................................................24 Site Preparation.......................................................................................................24 Unpacking Shipping Box .........................................................................................25 Unpacking the Individual Card Shipping Cartons....................................................25 Installing the Hardware............................................................................................26 Installing the Chassis...............................................................................................26

2.10.2 2.10.3 2.10.4 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 4 4.1

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4.1.1 4.1.1.1 4.1.1.2 4.1.1.3 4.1.2 4.1.2.1 4.1.2.2 4.1.2.3 4.1.2.4 4.1.2.5 4.1.2.6 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.2.1 4.2.2.2 4.2.2.3 4.2.2.4 4.2.2.5 4.2.3 4.2.3.1 4.2.3.2 4.2.3.3 4.2.4 4.2.5 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 6 6.1 6.1.1 6.2 7 7.1 7.2 7.2.1 7.2.2 7.2.3 7.2.4 7.2.5 7.2.6 7.2.7 7.2.8 7.2.9 7.2.10

Preparing Rack for Chassis Installation.................................................................. 26 Adjusting the chassis installation position .............................................................. 27 Connecting the chassis to the grounding cable...................................................... 27 Chassis and Cable Duct Position ........................................................................... 28 Mounting the Chassis and Cable Duct ................................................................... 29 Preparation ............................................................................................................. 29 Connect the Chassis to Ground ............................................................................. 29 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Prevention.............................................................. 29 Mounting the Cable Duct ........................................................................................ 30 Install SFP Optical Modules ................................................................................... 30 Install the Station Alarm Card................................................................................. 30 Connecting Cables ................................................................................................. 32 Cable Lists .............................................................................................................. 32 Connecting Power Cables ...................................................................................... 32 Power and Thermal Considerations ....................................................................... 33 Station Circuit Breaker Sizing................................................................................. 34 Station Circuit Wire Size......................................................................................... 34 Anticipating Current Usage of Chassis or Maximum Chassis Current Rating ....... 34 Connecting the DC Power Supply Cable ............................................................... 34 Connecting Client Signal Cables ............................................................................ 35 Connecting Fiber Jumpers ..................................................................................... 35 Connecting Ethernet Cables................................................................................... 36 Connecting E1 Cables............................................................................................ 37 Connecting Administrative Cables.......................................................................... 37 Completed Cable Layout ........................................................................................ 38 Connecting and Configuring an Operation Terminal .............................................. 39 PC Requirements for Use as an Operating Terminal............................................. 39 Connecting the Operating Terminal to the SURPASS hiT 7020 ............................ 39 Element Manager Software .................................................................................... 39 Starting up the SURPASS hiT 7020 ....................................................................... 40 Initial Startup of a New System .............................................................................. 40 NE Configuration Using HyperTerminal ................................................................. 40 Using TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT .............................................................. 45 Configuring the SURPASS hiT 7020 ...................................................................... 46 TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT Installation...................................................... 46 NE Configuration and Management ....................................................................... 46 Start TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT from Microsoft Windows........................ 46 Chassis View .......................................................................................................... 47 Synchronize NE ...................................................................................................... 48 NE Property Configuration...................................................................................... 48 Shutdown NE.......................................................................................................... 50 FTP Settings ........................................................................................................... 50 NE Software Management ..................................................................................... 52 MIB Management ................................................................................................... 53 NE Timing Setting................................................................................................... 55 NE Trap Destination Configuration......................................................................... 56

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7.2.11 7.2.12 8 8.1 8.2 8.2.1 8.2.1.1 8.2.1.2 8.2.1.3 8.2.2 8.2.2.1 8.2.2.2 8.2.2.3 8.2.3 8.2.3.1 8.2.4 8.2.4.1 8.2.4.2 8.3 9 9.1 9.2 9.2.1 9.3 10 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 11 12

Port Configuration and Management ......................................................................56 Shutdown TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT........................................................58 Initial Measurements and Tests ..............................................................................59 Measurements and Tests ........................................................................................59 Test Procedure ........................................................................................................59 STM-4 Optical Interface...........................................................................................59 STM-4 TX Optical Power.........................................................................................59 STM-4 RX Sensitivity and overload for an STM-4 laser..........................................60 STM-4 Input Optical Power .....................................................................................61 STM-1 Optical Interface...........................................................................................62 STM-1 TX Optical Power.........................................................................................62 STM-1 RX Sensitivity and overload of STM-1 laser................................................63 STM-1 Input Optical Power .....................................................................................64 PDH Port Test .........................................................................................................65 E1 Port BER Test ....................................................................................................65 Ethernet Port ...........................................................................................................66 10/100M Port Auto-Negotiation Test .......................................................................66 10/100M Port Mode Test .........................................................................................66 Test Reports ............................................................................................................67 LED Indications .......................................................................................................68 System Main Board 2 STM-4/1 or 2 STM-1+ 8 E1 (75 or 120 Ohm) .........68 Traffic Interface Modules .........................................................................................69 Fast Ethernet Connector LEDs ...............................................................................69 Power Module..........................................................................................................69 Pin Assignments......................................................................................................70 DC Power Supply Cable..........................................................................................70 E1 Cable ..................................................................................................................71 Ethernet Cable.........................................................................................................72 Management Cable .................................................................................................72 Station Alarm Cables and MDI/MDO Cables ..........................................................73 Console Cable .........................................................................................................73 Abbreviations...........................................................................................................75 Index ........................................................................................................................77

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Illustrations
Fig. 4.1 Fig. 4.2 Fig. 4.3 Fig. 4.4 Fig. 4.5 Fig. 4.6 Fig. 4.7 Fig. 4.8 Fig. 4.9 Mounting Bracket for 19 Rack .............................................................................. 26 Mounting Bracket for ETSI Rack ........................................................................... 26 Channel Mounting Position.................................................................................... 27 Grounding Point ..................................................................................................... 27 SURPASS hiT 7020 Cable Duct............................................................................ 28 Position of Cage Nuts ............................................................................................ 28 SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis in a rack ................................................................... 29 SURPASS hiT 7020 Cable Duct............................................................................ 30 SFP Optical Module ............................................................................................... 30

Fig. 4.10 Station Alarm Card with Accessories.................................................................... 31 Fig. 4.11 Alarm Card Cable Connection Indication.............................................................. 31 Fig. 4.12 Cable Locations .................................................................................................... 32 Fig. 4.13 DC Power Module................................................................................................. 33 Fig. 4.14 AC Power Module ................................................................................................. 33 Fig. 4.15 -48V DC Power Source Panel .............................................................................. 35 Fig. 4.16 Fiber Jumpers Shown Routed Vertically into the Cable Duct............................... 35 Fig. 4.17 Fiber Protection Wiring ......................................................................................... 36 Fig. 4.18 Ethernet Cabling ................................................................................................... 36 Fig. 4.19 E1 Cable Routing (600600mm Rack) ................................................................ 37 Fig. 4.20 Administrative cables layout ................................................................................. 37 Fig. 4.21 Completed Cable Layout ...................................................................................... 38 Fig. 6.1 Fig. 6.2 Fig. 6.3 Fig. 6.4 Fig. 6.5 Fig. 6.6 Fig. 6.7 Fig. 6.8 Fig. 7.1 Fig. 7.2 Fig. 7.3 Fig. 7.4 Fig. 7.5 Fig. 7.6 Fig. 7.7 Fig. 7.8 HyperTerminal Window.......................................................................................... 40 HyperTerminal connection selection window ........................................................ 41 HyperTerminal Properties ...................................................................................... 41 Root Menu window ................................................................................................ 42 Main Menu Directory.............................................................................................. 42 IP Address Configuration ....................................................................................... 43 Telnet Login Window ............................................................................................. 44 DCC Slot Information ............................................................................................. 44 TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT Main Window................................................. 47 Chassis View ......................................................................................................... 47 Synchronize NE ..................................................................................................... 48 NE Properties......................................................................................................... 49 Shutdown NE ......................................................................................................... 50 Shutdown Information ............................................................................................ 50 FTP Setting ............................................................................................................ 51 FTP Root................................................................................................................ 51

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NE Software Management.....................................................................................52

Fig. 7.10 FTP Setting ............................................................................................................52 Fig. 7.11 NE Software Switch Result Windows ....................................................................53 Fig. 7.12 MIB Management ..................................................................................................54 Fig. 7.13 FTP Setting ............................................................................................................54 Fig. 7.14 NE Time Settings...................................................................................................55 Fig. 7.15 NE Trap Destination ..............................................................................................56 Fig. 7.16 Confirmation ..........................................................................................................56 Fig. 7.17 Port Properties.......................................................................................................57 Fig. 8.1 Fig. 8.2 Fig. 8.3 Fig. 8.4 Fig. 8.5 Fig. 8.6 Fig. 8.7 Fig. 8.8 Fig. 8.9 Test Setup of STM-4 TX optical power...................................................................59 Test Setup of STM-4 RX sensitivity and overload ..................................................60 Test Setup of STM-4 input optical power ...............................................................61 Test Setup of STM-1 TX optical power...................................................................62 Test Setup for the STM-1 RX sensitivity and overload...........................................63 Test Setup of STM-1 input optical power ...............................................................64 Test Setup for the E1 loop-back test ......................................................................65 Test Setup of 10/100M port auto-negotiation .........................................................66 Test Setup for the 10/100M port working mode test ..............................................66

Fig. 10.1 DC Power Supply Cable ........................................................................................70 Fig. 10.2 DC power connector ..............................................................................................70 Fig. 10.3 E1/ 120Ohm RJ-48 Connector ..............................................................................71 Fig. 10.4 E1/ 75Ohm RJ-48 Connector ................................................................................71 Fig. 10.5 Ethernet cable RJ45 connector .............................................................................72 Fig. 10.6 RJ-45 plug..............................................................................................................73 Fig. 10.7 Console Cable Connection ....................................................................................74

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Tables
Tab. 3.1 Tab. 3.2 Tab. 4.1 Tab. 7.1 Tab. 7.2 Tab. 7.3 Tab. 7.4 Tab. 8.1 Tab. 8.2 Tab. 8.3 Tab. 8.4 Tab. 8.5 Tab. 8.6 Tab. 9.1 Tab. 9.2 Tab. 9.3 SURPASS hiT 7020 installation process flow chart ............................................. 24 List of accessories ................................................................................................ 25 List of SURPASS hiT 7020 Required Cables...................................................... 32 NE Properties ....................................................................................................... 49 NE Software Management Window Field Description.......................................... 52 Port Configuration................................................................................................. 57 Port Status ............................................................................................................ 58 Optical output power Standard of STM-4 ............................................................. 60 Optical input sensitivity & overload standard of STM-4........................................ 61 Optical Input Power Range Standard of STM-4 ................................................... 62 Optical output power Standard of STM-1 ............................................................. 63 Optical input sensitivity & overload standard of STM-1........................................ 64 Optical Input Power Range Standard of STM-1 ................................................... 65 Main Board LEDs.................................................................................................. 68 LEDs in the RJ45 Fast Ethernet Connectors ....................................................... 69 LEDs on the DC Power Module............................................................................ 69

Tab. 10.1 SURPASS hiT 7020 DC Power Connector Pin Assignments .............................. 70 Tab. 10.2 E1/ 120Ohm RJ-48 Interface Definication............................................................ 71 Tab. 10.3 Ethernet Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment ................................................ 72 Tab. 10.4 Category 5 twisted pair color-code standards ...................................................... 72 Tab. 10.5 Management Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment ......................................... 72 Tab. 10.6 Station Alarm and MDI/MDO Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignments .............. 73 Tab. 10.7 Console Cable Pin Assignements ........................................................................ 74

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1 Notes on this Documentation


1.1 Customer Documentation
The Customer Documentation of the SURPASS hiT 7020 comprises the following descriptions and manuals: Technical Manual The Technical Manual gives an overview of the application, performance features, interfaces and functions of the SURPASS hiT 7020. It also contains the most important technical data.

The Technical Manual does not contain any instructions to be carried out. Installation and Test Manual The Installation and Test Manual contains instructions on mounting, connecting and commissioning the SURPASS hiT 7020, and connecting and commissioning the LCT operating terminals. Troubleshooting Manual The Troubleshooting Manual provides information about the alarm list SURPASS hiT 7020 supports and troubleshooting procedures. TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT User Manual The LCT User Manual provides information about the LCT (features, configuration, installation, etc.) and how to operate, monitor and maintain the SURPASS hiT 7020 using the Element Manager software (Application Software) running on the LCT.

Besides the LCT User Manual, the Online Help of the SURPASS hiT software is of high importance for the operator.

1.2

Complementary Documents
In addition to the SURPASS hiT 7020 customer documentation listed in Chapter 1.1, there is further documentation: SURPASS hiT 7020 Release Note This document identifies the specific version of the SURPASS hiT 7020 and provides information on HW, SW, LCT components and the limitations of the release as well as important notes concerning the customer documentation.

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1.3
1.3.1

Symbols Used in the Customer Documentation


Symbol for Warnings
This symbol identifies notes which, if ignored, can result in personal injury or in permanent damage to the equipment.

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1.3.2

Symbols for Notes


Information which extends beyond the immediate context. Cross reference to other chapters in this manual or reference to other manuals.

Help

Reference to the online help system of the Element Manager software.

1.3.3

Symbols for Menu Displays and Text Inputs


Menu options from pop-up menus or inputs to be made by the user (texts, commands) are displayed consecutively in their hierarchical sequence in pointed brackets: <Menu> <Menu item> <Command text> <Parameter> etc.

1.4

Notes on Licensed Software


This documentation refers to software products which were taken over from other companies as licenses. Should problems arise, you should contact Siemens AG as the licensee and not the relevant licenser.

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2 Protective Measures and Handling / Schutzmanahmen und Handhabung


2.1
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Basic Remarks / Grundstzliche Hinweise


If the following rules are not observed, and if equipment damages or personnel injuries are the result, the manufacturer assumes no liability, and the warranty will expire! Bei Nichtbeachtung der nachfolgenden Vorschriften und daraus resultieren- den Personen- oder Sachschden wird keine Haftung seitens des Herstellers bernommen, und die Gewhrleistung erlischt! Falls Sie an den Gerten oder an der Verkabelung irgendwelche Teile ersetzen, dann drfen Sie nur Original-Ersatzteile oder solche Teile verwenden, die vom Hersteller ausdrcklich zugelassen sind. nderungen oder Modifikationen, die vom Hersteller nicht ausdrcklich zugelassen wurden, knnen zum Erlschen der allgemeinen Betriebsgenehmigung fr das Gert fhren. Soweit notwendig, sind an den Gerten Sicherheitssymbole und Kennzeichnungen nach IEC 61310-1 angebracht. Wichtiger Hinweis: Wenn kein Datum angegeben ist, beziehen sich die Normen (EN, IEC, UL usw.), die im folgenden erwhnt werden, auf die jeweils neueste Ausgabe der entsprechenden Norm. Zustzliche (speziellere) Sicherheitshinweise knnen auch in den nachfolgenden Hauptkapiteln dieses Handbuches enthalten sein.

If you replace any parts of devices or cables, you must only use original spare parts or parts which are explicitly licensed by the manufacturer.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the users authority to operate the equipment. If necessary, safety signs and markings according to IEC 61310-1 are fixed to the devices. Important Note: If no date is specified, the norms mentioned in the following (EN, IEC, UL, etc.) refer to the latest issue of the respective norm in each case. Additional (more specific) safety remarks may also be included in the following main chapters of this.

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2.2
2.2.1

Mechanical Design / Mechanische Konstruktion


Front Door of the Device / Gerte-Vordertr
A subrack being fitted with a front door must only be operated with this door closed. There is danger of personal injury, if the door of the subrack is open. Baugruppentrger, die eine Vordertr haben, drfen nur betrieben werden, wenn diese Tr geschlossen ist. Bei geffneter Vordertr des Baugruppentrgers besteht Verletzungsgefahr. ffnen Sie deshalb, bevor Sie am Baugruppentrger arbeiten, dessen Vordertr, heben Sie sie an und nehmen Sie sie ab. Bringen Sie nach Beendigung der Arbeiten die zu diesem Baugruppentrger gehrende Vordertr wieder an und schlieen Sie sie. Bei geffneter Vordertr insbesondere nach dem ffnen von zustzlichen Abdeckungen knnen auch Teile mit hoher Betriebstemperatur zugnglich sein.

For this reason, before working on the subrack, open the front door, raise it and then remove it.

Once the work has been completed, refit the door belonging to this subrack and close it.

When the front door is open especially when additional covers have been removed components with high operating temperatures may also become accessible.

2.2.2

Card Shieldings / Schirmungen der Baugruppen


Do not touch the contact springs of the card shieldings with the fingers or with the hand. Berhren Sie die Kontaktfedern der Baugruppen-Schirmungen nicht mit den Fingern oder mit der Hand.

2.3

Weight / Gewicht
Warning Labels at the subrack in case of heavy weight. Warnschilder am Baugruppentrger bei hohem Gewicht.

The maximum weight to be lifted by one person is fixed to 18 kg!

Das maximale Hebegewicht fr eine Person ist auf 18 kg festgelegt!

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2.4.1

Temperature / Temperatur
Device Cooling / Gertekhlung
The built-in ventilation installations must not be modified, and there must be sufficient air flow! Vorhandene Lftungseinrichtungen drfen nicht verndert werden, und die ausreichende Luftzirkulation darf nicht behindert sein. Achtung! Lfterbaugruppen haben rotierende Teile!

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2.4.2

Attention! Air condition devices have rotating items!

Components Subject to High Operating Temperatures / Komponenten mit hoher Betriebstemperatur


Warning Label for equipment components (e. g. heat sinks) which may attain high operating temperatures. Touching these components is liable to result in personal injury! Warnschild fr Gerteteile (z. B. Khlkrper), die hohe Betriebstemperaturen erreichen knnen. Beim Berhren solcher Teile besteht Verletzungsgefahr!

2.5
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Dust Filter / Staubfilter


Each fan unit can be equipped with a dust filter that cleans the cooling air from dust particles. Provided that the environmental conditions (defined in ETS 300 019 class 3.1E) are fulfilled, replace the dust filter every three months. In addition, pay attention to possible notes from the filter manufacturer. Jede Lftereinheit kann mit einem Staubfilter ausgestattet werden, welches die Khlluft von Staubpartikeln reinigt. Vorausgesetzt, dass die Umweltbedingungen (entsprechend ETS 300 019 class 3.1E) erfllt sind, ist das Staubfilter alle drei Monate auszuwechseln. Auerdem sind gegebenenfalls die Hinweise des Filterherstellers zu beachten.

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Grounding and Potential Balancing / Erdung und Potenzialausgleich


Especially when running a combination of different communications equipment, it is important to establish correct grounding and potential balancing between them depending on the local grounding measures. Insbesondere bei gemeinsamer Verwendung verschiedener Kommunikationsgerte ist es wichtig abhngig von den rtlichen Erdungsmanahmen auf korrekten Erdungs- und Potenzialausgleich zu achten.

After mounting the systems into the rack, before attaching the connecting cables, and before commissioning, first check the grounding and potential balancing connections to agree with EN50310 and ETSI EN 300 253.

Nach dem Einbau der Systeme in das Gestell sind vor dem Anschluss der Verbindungskabel und vor der Inbetriebnahme die Erdungs- und Potenzialausgleichsverbindungen gem EN50310 und ETSI EN 300 253 zu berprfen.

The grounding must be effective as long as external cables are connected to the equipment.

Die Erdung muss bestehen bleiben, solange Kabel von auen an die Gerte angeschlossen sind. Wenn die Baugruppentrger bzw. Einstze nicht in einem Systemgestell montiert werden, mssen Sie auf andere Weise fr geeignete Erdung sorgen (gem ETSI EN 300 253). Erdungs- oder Potenzialausgleichspunkte sind normalerweise mit einem der nachfolgend dargestellten Zeichen gekennzezeichnet Schutzerde (PE) Erde (E) Sowohl bei Gestellmontage als auch bei Wandmontage des Baugruppentrgers muss die Schutzerdung dadurch sichergestellt sein, dass ein Schutzerdungskabel entsprechend dem Kabelfhrungsplan angeschlossen ist. Das Schutzerdungskabel muss als erste Verbindung (vor jeder anderen) angeschlossen und als letzte Verbindung getrennt werden.

If a subrack is not installed in a system rack you must ensure that it is properly grounded in some other way (according to ETSI EN 300 253).

Grounding or potential balancing points are normally labeled with one of the signs shown below.

Protective earth (PE) Ground (E) In both rack and wall mounted applications, the subrack Protective earthing must be assured by connecting a PE cable as depicted in the Cabling Plan document. The PE cable must be connected before each other cable connection, and disconnected last.

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Protection Against Excessive Overvoltage on the 48/60-Volts Power Supply Input / Schutz gegen berspannungen beim 48/60-Volt-Stromversorgungseingang
A protection against excessive voltage is built Ein Schutz gegen berspannung auf der in on the 48/60-Volts power supply input. Stromversorgungs-Eingangsseite 48/60 V ist eingebaut. The equipment must only be operated at a 48V/60V DC battery-based supply voltage, grounded at its positive pole and corresponding to ETSI EN 300 132-2 and EN60950-1! Observe the above note especially before connecting other equipment to the user/customer interfaces! You must observe without fail the Protective earthing measures given in Chapter 2.6! The subrack interfaces for alarms and TIF contacts are supplied by external power. The maximum allowable voltage must correspond to the SELV voltage limits ( 72V DC) respectively to the 48V/60V DC batterybased supply voltage according to ETSI EN 300 132-2! Das Gert darf nur an einer batteriegesttzten, mit positivem Pol geerdeten 48V/60V-Versorgungs-Gleichspannung entsprechend ETSI EN 300 132-2 und EN60950-1 betrieben werden! Beachten Sie den obigen Warnhinweis insbesondere, bevor Sie andere Gerte an die Anwender-/ Kunden-Schnittstellen anschlieen! Beachten Sie unbedingt die Schutzerdungsmanahmen entsprechend Kapitel 2.6! Die Baugruppentrger-Schnittstellen fr Alarme und TIF-Kontakte werden extern versorgt. Die maximal zulssige Spannung muss den SELV-Spannungsgrenzen entsprechen ( 72V Gleichspannung) bzw. den Spannungsgrenzen der batteriegesttzten 48V/60V- VersorgungsGleichspannung gem ETSI EN 300 132-2!

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2.8

Electrostatic Sensitive Components (ESD) / Elektrostatisch gefhrdete Bauteile (EGB)


ESD Symbol Modules displaying this label are fitted with electrostatically-sensitive components, i.e. they must be handled in accordance with the necessary safety measures. EGB/ESD-Symbol Baugruppen, die dieses Zeichen tragen, sind mit elektrostatisch gefhrdeten Bauteilen bestckt, d. h. beim Umgang damit mssen die erforderlichen Sicherheitsmanahmen eingehalten werden. Jeder, der Baugruppen mit EGB- / ESDSymbol aus- oder einpackt, berhrt, zieht oder steckt, muss stets ein vorschriftsmig angeschlossenes Erdungsarmband tragen. Dadurch ist sichergestellt, dass diese Baugruppen nicht durch elektrostatische Entladungen beschdigt werden. Jede Leiterplatte hat einen Erdungsauenrand, der mit dem Masseanschluss der Baugruppe verbunden ist. Die Leiterplatte darf - auch bei vorschriftsmiger Krpererdung- nur am Erdungsauenrand angefasst werden. Verwenden Sie beim Ziehen und Stecken von Baugruppen nur die daran angebrachten Zieh- und Steckhilfen. Baugruppen, die sich in einem abgeschirmten, ungeffneten Gehuse befinden, sind in jedem Fall vor elektrostatischen Entladungen geschtzt. Die Europa-Normen EN 61340-5-1 und -2 geben zustzliche Anleitungen zum sachgemen Umgang mit elektrostatisch gefhrdeten Bauelementen.

You must always wear a grounding bracelet that is connected properly when packing, unpacking, touching, pulling, or inserting modules displaying the ESD symbol. This will ensure these modules not to be damaged by electrostatic discharges.

Every printed circuit board has a grounding outer edge, which is connected to the ground terminal of the module. The board is only allowed to be touched or handled at this grounding edge - even if you are properly grounded. When pulling and inserting modules, only use the integral plug and pull aids.

Modules which are located in a screened, unopened housing are protected at any rate against electrostatic discharges.

The European Standards EN 613405-1 and -2 contain additional instructions on how to handle electrostatically-sensitive devices properly.

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2.9

Fiber-optic Cables and Connectors / Lichtwellenleiter und optische Steckverbinder


For laser safety remarks, see Chapter 2.10. Optical connectors are precision-made components and must be handled accordingly. To ensure faultless functioning, the following points must be observed. The minimum bending radius for optical fibers is 30 mm! Laser-Sicherheitshinweise siehe Kapitel 2.10. Optische Steckverbindungen sind Przisionsteile und mssen dementsprechend behandelt werden. Eine einwandfreie Funktion ist nur dann sichergestellt, wenn nachfolgende Punkte bercksichtigt werden. Fr LWL-Leitungen darf ein Biegeradius von 30 mm nicht unterschritten werden!

Mechanical damage to the surfaces of optical Mechanische Beschdigungen der Stirnconnectors impairs transmission quality by flchen von optischen Steckverbindungen higher attenuation. erhhen die Dmpfung und mindern deshalb die bertragungsqualitt. For this reason, do not expose the connectors to impact. Always fit optical fiber connectors with protective caps to guard them against mechanical damage and contamination. The protective dust caps should only be removed immediately prior to installation. Vermeiden Sie deshalb Stobeanspruchungen der Steckverbinder. Schtzen Sie LWL-Steckverbinder grundstzlich mit einer Schutzkappe vor mechanischen Beschdigungen und Verschmutzungen. Die Staubschutzkappe soll erst unmittelbar vor dem Einbau entfernt werden. Prfen Sie nach Entfernen der Staubschutzkappen die Stirnflchen der LWLStecker auf Sauberkeit und reinigen Sie sie gegebenenfalls. Zum Reinigen kann ein spezielles LWLReinigungswerkzeug oder ein einwandfrei sauberes, fusselfreies Zellstofftuch oder Fensterleder verwendet werden. Als Reinigungsflssigkeit kann Freon TF, Isopropylalkohol (99 %) oder Spiritus verwendet werden.

Once the protective dust caps have been removed, you must check the surfaces of the optical fiber connectors to ensure that they are clean, and clean them if necessary. For cleaning, a special optical fiber cleaning tool or a clean, lint-free cellulose cloth or a chamois leather is suitable. Freon TF, isopropyl alcohol (99 %), or white spirit can be used as cleaning fluids.

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2.10
2.10.1

Laser Radiation / Laserstrahlung


Protection Against Extraneous Laser Light and Protection of the Optical Modules Concerned / Schutz gegen austretendes Laserlicht und Schutz der betreffenden optischen Baugruppen
Depending on the device type, the laser radiation may also be invisible for the human eye! Devices and modules displaying either of the following warning labels contain laser devices. Warning Label according to EN 60825-1 / IEC 60825-1. Je nach Gertetyp kann die Laserstrahlung fr das menschliche Auge auch unsichtbar sein! Gerte und Baugruppen, die eines der folgenden Warnzeichen tragen, enthalten Laser-Einrichtungen. Warnschild nach EN 60825-1 / IEC 60825-1.

Warning Label for laser equipment as per EN 60825-1 / IEC 60825-1.

LASER CLASS 1

Warnschild fr Laser-Einrichtungen entsprechend EN 60825-1 / IEC 60825-1.

When operated in a closed system, the laser equipment of the device conforms to class 1 safety level. Nevertheless, in view of possible malfunctions, transmission systems which are fitted with optical fiber amplifier modules are classified as hazard level 1M. This hazard level is also applicable if the device is opened. This hazard level is labelled as follows:

Bei Betrieb im geschlossenen System entsprechen die Laser-Einrichtungen des Gertes der Gefhrdungsklasse 1. Unter Bercksichtigung von vorhersehbaren Fehlerfllen sind mit optischen Lichtwellenleiter-Verstrkerbaugruppen bestckte bertragungssysteme jedoch der Gefhrdungsklasse 1M zugeordnet. Diese Gefhrdungsklasse gilt auch bei geffnetem Gert. Die Gefhrdungsklasse ist folgendermaen beschildert:

Warning Label according to EN 60825-2:2004 / IEC 60825-2:2004.

Warnschild nach EN 60825-2:2004 / IEC 60825-2:2004.

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To ensure safe operation of the entire optical path, the laser safety shutdown must be activated, see Chapter 2.10.2. Commissioning should be performed with fuse protection in the closed system. To avoid damage to health, you must observe the regulations regarding protection against radiation from laser devices (EN 60825-1/ IEC 60825-1).

Fr den sicheren Betrieb der gesamten optischen Strecke muss die Lasersicherheitsabschaltung aktiviert sein, siehe Kapitel 2.10.2. Die Inbetriebnahme soll abgesichert im geschlossenen System erfolgen.

Zur Vermeidung gesundheitlicher Schden mssen Sie die Vorschriften zur Strahlungssicherheit von Lasereinrichtungen (EN 60825-1 / IEC 60825-1) beachten. Falls die Gefhrdungsklasse 1M im Ausnahmefall nicht vermieden werden kann (siehe oben), mssen Sie stets eine LaserSchutzbrille tragen.

If it cannot be avoided in an exceptional case to apply the hazard level 1M regulations (see above), you always must use dedicated laser-protective goggles.

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Laser Safety Circuit / Lasersicherheitsabschaltung


Under normal operating conditions, the maximum transmit levels of the optical interface units stay below the limit values defined in EN 60825-1 / IEC 60825-1, Laser Class 1. However, all optical transmitters (except at the Ethernet interfaces) are fitted with automatic laser shutdown circuits to safeguard against any possible hazard. This shutdown circuit can be configured and is active in the basic state. It trips, if no input signal is received by the optical receiver, i.e. if there is a break in the link. This prevents any uncontrolled laser emission if a fiberoptic connector is faulty or not connected. Unter normalen Betriebsbedingungen bleiben die maximalen bertragungspegel der optischen Anschlussbaugruppen unterhalb der Grenzen, die nach EN 60825-1 / IEC 60825-1, Laser-Klasse 1, erlaubt sind. Als Schutz gegen eventuelle Gefhrdungen sind alle optischen Sender (auer an den Ethernet-Schnittstellen) mit einer automatischen Laserabschaltung ausgestattet. Diese Abschaltung kann konfiguriert werden und ist grundstzlich aktiv. Sie lst aus, wenn ein Eingangssignal am zugehrigen optischen Empfnger fehlt, z. B. bei unterbrochener Verbindung. Dies verhindert jede unkontrollierte Laserabstrahlung, wenn der optische Steckverbinder fehlerhaft oder nicht angeschlossen ist.

To ensure safe operation of the entire optical path, the laser safety shutdown must be activated.

Fr den sicheren Betrieb der gesamten optischen Strecke muss die LaserSicherheitsabschaltung aktiviert sein. Auch unter Beachtung dieser Vorsichtsmanahmen sollen Glasfaserkabel, die an einem Ende offen sind, immer so behandelt werden, als wrden sie stndig Laserlicht fhren. Nie direkt in die Enden sehen, da sonst die Augen geschdigt werden knnen! Tragen Sie im Zweifelsfall stets eine Laserschutzbrille!

Even with this safeguard, fiber-optic cables which are open at one end should always be considered to be live.

Never look into open fiber-optic cable ends, as this may damage your eyes.

In case of doubt always use dedicated laserprotective goggles!

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2.10.3

Handling Batteries / Handhabung von Batterien


Some equipment may contain accumulators or batteries of different technologies e. g. lithium batteries or others. Bestimmte Gerte knnen Akkumulatoren oder Batterien verschiedener Technologien enthalten z. B. Lithium-Batterien oder andere. Beachten Sie gegebenenfalls auch folgende internationale Normen: IEC 60130-17 (Gerteverbindungen) IEC 61429 (Recyclingsymbol) IEC 61438 (Sicherheits- und Gesundheitsrisiken) IEC 60086-4 (Umgang mit LithiumBatterien)

Observe the following international standards, if applicable: IEC 60130-17 (device interconnections) IEC 61429 (recycling symbol) IEC 61438 (safety and health hazards) IEC 60086-4 (handling lithium batteries) Pay attention to error messages referring to the accumulator or the battery. Accumulators or batteries which are integrated in the device should only be replaced by the equipment manufacturer. If replacement is necessary, do not remove the accumulator or the battery from the device, but send in the complete device / the module (card) or the removable battery pack.

Achten Sie auf Fehlermeldungen, die sich auf den Akkumulator bzw. die Batterie beziehen. Ins Gert eingebaute Akkumulatoren oder Batterien sollen nur beim Gertehersteller ausgetauscht werden. Wenn ein Austausch erforderlich ist, dann bauen Sie nicht den Akkumulator oder die Batterie aus dem Gert aus, sondern schicken Sie das komplette Gert / die Baugruppe oder das herausnehmbare Batteriepack ein. Zur Vermeidung von Datenverlust soll die Batterie nur durch den Gertehersteller ausgetauscht werden. Wenn die Batterie nicht ordnungsgem ausgetauscht wird, besteht Explosionsgefahr! Schlieen Sie niemals Batterien direkt ohne Entladewiderstand kurz! Ohne Widerstand knnen so hohe Strme flieen, dass Explosionsgefahr besteht. Beim Entsorgen von Batterien mssen die rtlichen Vorschriften ber Beseitigung von Sondermll eingehalten werden.

In order to prevent loss of data, the battery should only be replaced by the equipment manufacturer. There is risk of explosion if the battery is not replaced correctly! Never short circuit batteries directly without using a discharging resistor! Without a resistor very high current will flow causing a risk of explosion! If you depollute batteries, you must observe the local regulations applicable to hazardous waste.

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2.10.4

Emergency Switching OFF / Notabschaltung


Especially if smoke or fire escapes from the device (or in other emergency situations), switch OFF the device immediately - by all relevant circuit breakers in the connector panel of the rack. Insbesondere falls Rauch oder Feuer aus dem Gert austritt (oder in anderen Notsituationen), schalten Sie das Gert sofort aus - mit allen zugehrigen Sicherungsautomaten im GestellAnschlussfeld.

If possible, first switch OFF the protection power supply and then the working power supply.

Schalten Sie mglichst zuerst die ErsatzStromversorgung aus, dann die BetriebsStromversorgung.

However, consider that such an emergency shut-down can disconnect important communication lines which may be required just in the case of emergency.

Bedenken Sie jedoch, dass durch solch eine Notabschaltung wichtige Kommunikationsleitungen unterbrochen werden knnen, die gerade im Notfall eventuell dringend bentigt werden.

For this reason, shut down the device only if it is inevitable. Otherwise perform the normal switch-off procedure.

Nehmen Sie deshalb nur dann eine Notabschaltung vor, wenn es unumgnglich ist. Verfahren Sie sonst entsprechend der normalen Abschaltprozedur.

After the emergency shut-down, and if it is possible without danger, check if the device is dead - either by using a measuring device or by the LED display of the device, if applicable.

Falls dies ohne Gefahr mglich ist, berprfen Sie nach dem Notabschalten, ob das Gert spannungsfrei ist - entweder mit einem Messgert oder gegebenenfalls durch eine LED-Anzeige am Gert.

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3 Installation Procedures and Preparation


3.1
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Declaration of CE Conformity
Attention! The CE Declaration of Conformity for the product will be fulfilled if the construction and cabling is undertaken in accordance with the manual and the documents listed therein, e.g. mounting instructions, cable lists. Specific project documents must be taken into account when commissioning equipment.
Deviations from the specifications or unstipulated changes during construction, e.g. the use of cable types with lower screening values, can lead to violation of the CE requirements. In such cases the conformity declaration is invalidated and the responsibility passes to those who have caused the deviations.

3.2

Personnel Requirements
The personnel responsible for the installation of the equipment must meet the following requirements: Training as service technician or equivalent training in telecommunications; Sound basic knowledge of transmission technology and the construction of exchanges; Relevant, practical training by the equipment manufacturer, including acquired knowledge of the equipment and systems required for the planned activity; PC knowledge, basic familiarity with the operation of MS-Windows; Basic knowledge of test engineering, familiarity with the operation of test equipment; Familiarity with handling electrostatically-sensitive components; Familiarity with handling optical fibres and laser sources; Familiarity with handling high temperature electronic modules having heat-sinks and components conducting heat above 45 degrees Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit).

3.3

Required Tools and Accessories


ESD grounding bracelet, Isopropanol 99 % and lint-free cloth for cleaning optical connectors, Cleaning device for SFP modules (e. g. CLETOP stick from ExceLight Communications, Inc.), Special cotton gloves for touching high temperature equipment between 45 and 85 degrees Celsius (113 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit).

3.4

As-delivered Condition, Checking for Intactness


Prior to commissioning and starting up of the SURPASS hiT 7020, it is advisable to check the delivered equipment, including provided accessories, to ensure that: The correct items have been delivered with assembled customized hardware, The delivered items correspond to the information on the delivery documents, and None of the items is damaged - as far as outwardly visible. Particular attention should be paid to the connector pins at the cards, to ensure that they are not damaged or bent.

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3.5

Installation Steps
Tab. 3.1 lists the major steps in the SURPASS hiT 7020 system installation process. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Tab. 3.1 Site preparation Installing the Chassis Connecting the power supply module to the power supply Installing SFP lasers, and connecting fibers Connecting system management interfaces

SURPASS hiT 7020 installation process flow chart

3.6

Site Preparation
This section provides instructions for preparing the location where you are installing components of the SURPASS hiT 7020 MSTP System. Before you choose a set-up location for the SURPASS hiT 7020, read and consider the safety precautions provided in Chapter 2. Upon arrival of the equipment, inspect the condition of the received cartons and compare all items to the packing list attached to the carton. Select the installation location carefully based on the overall specifications. The primary considerations for selecting an installation site include: Proximity of associated equipment such as optical multiplexers Reach of DC or AC power supply Adequate rack space Proper ventilation Adequate space for cable routing

In addition to the items provided in the accessory kits, the recommended tools and equipment for the successful installation, operation, and maintenance of the system and optical fibers are: #1 Phillips Screwdrivers (5 inch) Straight Blade Screwdriver 4mm 10mm nut driver or deep socket wrench Optical power meter SONET/SDH Transmission Analyzer Fiber Optic Cleaning Kit and Absolute Alcohol Absorbent cotton or Lens Cleaning Tissue Pressurized dry-air duster Fiber Inspection scope

Additionally, you may wish to use this optional equipment:

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Be careful not to over-tighten any thumbscrews on the SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis and applicable components. To properly tighten a thumbscrew, torque the thumbscrew to 0.68 N.M using a torque screwdriver fitted with a #1 Phillips bit, or an equivalent torque wrench. If a torque screwdriver/wrench is not available, hand-tighten the thumbscrew then gently tighten using a #1 Phillips screwdriver till it is snug.

3.7

Unpacking Shipping Box


SURPASS hiT 7020 shipment includes: One chassis enclosed in a protective shipping carton, which can be reused if the unit requires future shipment. A chassis accessory kit, as applicable (See Tab. 3.2). The shipping chassis will contain SURPASS hiT 7020 cards ordered as part of this installation. The shipping chassis will also contain power modules. Follow the procedures in the following sections to verify your shipment and unpack the shipping cartons. Check the contents of the accessory kits that are included in your shipment against the items listed on the packing lists. Verify that your shipment is complete. A fully configured system can weigh up to 4.0 Kg. To minimize the risk of personal or mechanical injury, exercise caution.

Item Anti-static strap M6 x 16 screws and nuts Grounding cable, Stripe, AWG10, both ends installed with ring terminals Grounding screw M5*8 AC Power cable, 2.5M, 10Amp, 3 pins including grounding from rack panel to equipment) / DC Power Cable, FCI CABLE 10013868 , USB connector Station Alarm and MDI/MDO Cable with RJ-45 connector at one end Miscellaneous Discrete Input (MDI) cable with RJ-45 connector at one end List of Equipment contained in the Box
Tab. 3.2 List of accessories

Quantity 1 8 sets
1 1 2 1 1 1

3.8

Unpacking the Individual Card Shipping Cartons


Now that you have completed the installation-preparation steps and have verified the factoryinstalled hardware components, the next step is to install the chassis into the equipment rack and then connect it to a frame ground.

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4 Installing the Hardware


Please read this entire chapter prior to beginning the installation process. This chapter describes the detailed procedures for installing and initializing the SURPASS hiT 7020 including installing the chassis, connecting cables, connecting administrative links, and powering the system.

4.1
4.1.1

Installing the Chassis


Preparing Rack for Chassis Installation
SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis dimensions are 447mm (width) 44.45mm (height) 240mm (depth). When using the 19 [IEC 60297]e rack (see Fig. 4.1) and ETSI [ETS 300 119-3]e rack (see Fig. 4.2), the chassis will be front mounted. Ten (10) sets of SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis (Including the Cable Duct and E1 Panel) can be mounted in a rack. Between any 2 chassis, a 1U (about 44mm) space is required for heat dissipations. Procedures in this manual assume the SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis are mounted in 19 [IEC 60297]e racks. If installing the SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis in an ETSI [ETS 300 119-3]e or other types of racks, different mounting kits are needed.

Fig. 4.1

Mounting Bracket for 19 Rack

Fig. 4.2

Mounting Bracket for ETSI Rack

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4.1.1.1

Adjusting the chassis installation position


The position of the channel mounting in the rack is shown in Fig. 4.3
Channel Mounting

Fig. 4.3

Channel Mounting Position

4.1.1.2

Connecting the chassis to the grounding cable


The earth grounding cable should be the same gauge as the power feed cable (minimum requirement). Connect the grounding cable to the grounding point on right side of the chassis, as shown in Fig. 4.4.

Grounding Point

Fig. 4.4

Grounding Point

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4.1.1.3

Chassis and Cable Duct Position

Fig. 4.5

SURPASS hiT 7020 Cable Duct

Before you mount the chassis and cable duct, you must place the cage nuts in the designed position on the channel mounting (Fig. 4.6). You must leave 2U between the cage nuts for the chassis and the one for the cable duct.

Position of Cage Nuts For Chassis

Position of Cage Nuts For Cable Duct

Fig. 4.6

Position of Cage Nuts

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4.1.2 4.1.2.1

Mounting the Chassis and Cable Duct Preparation


Required Tools Anti-static strap #1 Phillips Screwdrivers (5 inch) Straight Blade screwdriver 4mm 10 mm nut driver or deep socket wrench

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4.1.2.2

For ease of installation and to ensure save lifting and handling of equipment, it is recommended that two people work together on the mounting installation.

Connect the Chassis to Ground


Before installing modules or connecting power to the system, connect the system to a dedicated Frame Ground (earth ground) and ensure that the grounding cable is connected to an external earth or building ground. Failure to connect the chassis to a dedicated Frame Ground (earth ground) before connecting power could damage the equipment.

Fig. 4.7

SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis in a rack

4.1.2.3

Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Prevention


Follow these guidelines to prevent electrostatic discharge: Before installing the chassis into the equipment rack, make sure the equipment rack is properly grounded. When handling any of the hardware components, be sure to wear the antistatic wrist strap (provided in the accessory kit). Insert the antistatic strap cable pin into the ESD grounding jack on the chassis.

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4.1.2.4

Note: Static electricity can damage the equipment. Wear a properly grounded antistatic strap when handling any of the hardware components.

Mounting the Cable Duct

Fig. 4.8

SURPASS hiT 7020 Cable Duct

Before you mount the chassis and cable duct, you must place the cage nuts to the designed position on the channel mounting (see Fig. 4.3 ). You must leave about 1U between the cage nuts for the chassis and one for the cable duct.

4.1.2.5

Install SFP Optical Modules


SFP lasers must be gently plugged into the SFP slots on the faceplate of the card. They seat with a slight click.

Fig. 4.9

SFP Optical Module

When inserting or removing an SFP, the time between consecutive operations should be larger than 1 second. The system is designed using a POLLING mechanism to detect the SFP insertion or removal. If an SFP insertion is followed immediately by SFP removal or vice versa, the system may not be able to detect the operation.

4.1.2.6

Install the Station Alarm Card


SURPASS hiT 7020 provides a Station Alarm Output function. Only if the station is equipped with the Alarm Card (which should be installed on top of racks), can you follow the procedure below to finish the installation.

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The installation operator puts on the antistatic strap and connects one end to the ESD grounding jack Unpack the Alarm Card and installation accessories. Make sure all materials are accounted for. (see Fig. 4.10) Assemble the Alarm Card on top of rack. Connect the corresponding cables correctly. (see Fig. 4.11)

Alarm Card On Top Of Racks

Alarm Output Cable Connect To Station Audio Alarm

Alarm Cable Connect To NE ALM Port

Alarm Power Cable

Alarm Lights With Output Cable

Fig. 4.10 Station Alarm Card with Accessories


Connect To NES Alarm Output Total provide 4 Inputs Of Alarm Signal

-48V Power Input Of This Card

Connect To Station Audio Alarm Connect To Red Light Connect To Yellow Light Connect To Station Audio Alarm Connect To Green Light

Fig. 4.11 Alarm Card Cable Connection Indication

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Refer to chapter 10.5 to get detail information about the pin assignment of the Station Alarm Cables.

4.2
4.2.1

Connecting Cables
Cable Lists
The figure below (Fig. 4.12) identifies the location of the seven different kinds of cables. The description of each cable is provided in Tab. 4.1.

Fig. 4.12 Cable Locations

Number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Tab. 4.1

SURPASS hiT 7020 NE Side Connector & Cable Type Ethernet Cable RJ45, CAT5 E1 Cable RJ48, Coaxial cable Fiber LC, Fiber Station Alarm/MDI/MDO Cable RJ45, CAT5 Power Cable USB 4 Pin DC Power Cable, 220V AC Power Cable Console Cable RS232, Coaxial cable Management Cable RJ45, CAT5 List of SURPASS hiT 7020 Required Cables Cable Name

4.2.2

Connecting Power Cables


The SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis includes two redundant 48V DC power inputs (see Fig. 4.13) or one 110/220 AC power input (see Fig. 4.14). The SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis requires at least one -48V DC power feed or a 110/220V AC power feed to operate. The two DC power input feeds, 1 and 2, share the load. The chassis can run indefinitely off the power from either input. The power input with the higher voltage of the two power supplies will carry the entire system load. The SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis can run

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indefinitely from one feed. However, Siemens recommends that two separate -48V DC power feeds be used at all times.

When equipped with two DC power inputs modules the load is shared between them. The power module with the higher voltage will substantially carry the entire system load. Although the SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis can run indefinitely from one feed, it is recommended that two separate -48V DC power feeds be used at all times. Each power source must be externally (over-current) fused or circuit breaker protected. The chassis power connections are located on the right side of the chassis.

Fig. 4.13 DC Power Module

Fig. 4.14 AC Power Module

4.2.2.1

Power and Thermal Considerations


For site planning and preparation, consider power requirements separately from thermal/cooling requirements. Power requirements vary with system configuration. Each station circuit or power feed source should be sized to allow for future configuration changes and for operation at lower input voltages from batteries during an AC power outage. Actual power usage should be estimated from the operating power for all the system elements to be installed. These estimates can then be used to plan the cooling system load and the cost of power used.

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4.2.2.2

Station Circuit Breaker Sizing


Station circuit size and current rating should be based on the maximum expected power usage, within the design capacity of the chassis. This ensures that future configurations can be supported without changing the circuit breakers or wiring. To compensate for voltage drop in the chassis wiring, lower battery feed voltages, and future configuration changes; consider using a higher rated station circuit breaker. For the power specifications required for safe and proper operation on the chassis, please refer to the Technical Manual.

4.2.2.3

Station Circuit Wire Size


The appropriate wire gauge requirement for the SURPASS hiT 7020 power station circuit depends on several factors: Distance from the power source Applicable wiring codes, including local electrical safety and fire prevention codes Other standards applicable to the installation such as local practices Voltage range at the power source or station panel Station circuit breaker rating

4.2.2.4

Anticipating Current Usage of Chassis or Maximum Chassis Current Rating


When estimating wire resistance, include the round-trip distance between the power source panel and the chassis. Also consider wire temperature-rise guidelines for the installation as part of the selection for the correct wire size. The wiring design must meet all applicable local and national wiring codes.

4.2.2.5

Connecting the DC Power Supply Cable


The SURPASS hiT 7020 uses USB power connectors. The power supply cable connection procedure is as follows: The operator puts on the antistatic strap and connects one end to the ESD grounding jack Ensure the chassis is connected to an earth frame ground. If needed follow the instructions in the Connecting the Chassis to Ground section Verify that the power source is either -48V DC or -60V DC (nominal). Disable the power source that will power the chassis. Typically, this means switching the appropriate circuit breaker on the battery distribution fuse block (BDFB) or power distribution panel to the Off position. Connect the un-connective ends of the power cable to the two 48V power sources. (see Fig. 4.15) Connect the USB power connector to the power input connector. Turn on the power source used to power the chassis.

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- 48V Input-1

- 48V Input-2

+ 0V Return-1 -48V Output -1 Distribute To 4 NE -48V Output -2 Distribute To 4 NE Ground + 0V Return-2

Fig. 4.15 -48V DC Power Source Panel

4.2.3

Connecting Client Signal Cables


The SURPASS hiT 7020 client signal cables include fiber jumpers, Ethernet cables, and E1 cables.

4.2.3.1

Connecting Fiber Jumpers


All optical connectors in the SURPASS hiT 7020 use an LC connector. Prior to connecting optical fibers, check and clean the fiber connectors.

It is suggested that all optical jumpers face straight down from the SURPASS hiT 7020 chassis. All fibers should be inserted into the cable duct. (See Fig. 4.16)

Fig. 4.16 Fiber Jumpers Shown Routed Vertically into the Cable Duct

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Please do use Fiber Protection Wiring to surround hole fiber routed in the rack. (see Fig. 4.17)

Fiber Protection Wiring

Fig. 4.17 Fiber Protection Wiring

4.2.3.2

Connecting Ethernet Cables


Ethernet cables are made of CAT5 or CAT5 (e) raw cable. If the transmission distance is less than 10 meters, any Ethernet cable can be used. If the transmission distance is over 10 meters, use the pin arrangement recommended in Chapter 10.3. Ethernet cables should be inserted and collected in the cable duct (see Fig. 4.18).

Fig. 4.18 Ethernet Cabling

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Ethernet Cable Connection Procedure: Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack Insert the Ethernet Cables to each FE port Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the client signal connection patch panel

4.2.3.3

Connecting E1 Cables
The E1 connector on the SURPASS hiT 7020 8xE1 module uses a RJ48 connector. Siemens offers an E1 Cable where one end has an RJ48 connector and the other free end can be connected to the customers equipment. The E1 cables route as below (see Fig. 4.19)

Fig. 4.19 E1 Cable Routing (600600mm Rack)

4.2.4

Connecting Administrative Cables


Administrative Cables consist of: (1) Management Cable (2) Station Alarm/MDI/MDO Cable All cables are CAT5 or CAT5 (e) cable.

Fig. 4.20 Administrative cables layout

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Administrative cables connection procedure: Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack Connect the Administrative cables to the corresponding connectors Connect the other end of cable to the corresponding external equipment

4.2.5

Completed Cable Layout


The complete cable layout is shown in Fig. 4.21 below.

Fig. 4.21 Completed Cable Layout

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5 Connecting and Configuring an Operation Terminal


The components of the SURPASS hiT 7020 Element Manager software should be installed on the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT.

5.1

PC Requirements for Use as an Operating Terminal


The recommendatory requirements for a desktop PC to use as an LCT are as follows: 1.6 GHz Pentium-4 Processor 512M RAM 1 20GB Hard Disk TP Ethernet 10/100BASE-T Networking Port Graphic Card with 1024 768 resolution (75Hz refresh for Desktop; 60-Hz refresh for Notebook) Color Monitor (17 for Desktop; 14 TFT for Notebook ) Operation System: Windows 2000 or Windows XP

5.2

Connecting the Operating Terminal to the SURPASS hiT 7020


It is recommended to begin the commissioning of the SURPASS hiT 7020 by connecting the operating terminal of the Ethernet interface to the SURPASS hiT 7020 the MGMT Port.

5.3

Element Manager Software


The Element Manager software installation (on the operating terminal) is an integral part of the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT User Manual. For details on how to install, start and configure the necessary software components, see the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT User Manual. Starting and configuring the installed SURPASS hiT 7020 software are described in the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT User Manual and in the online help system for the SURPASS hiT 7020.

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6 Starting up the SURPASS hiT 7020


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The first time the SURPASS hiT 7020 unit is powered-up, you need to use the Hyper Terminal and console interface to provision the unit. This section describes the basic operation procedures you will use to provision the SURPASS hiT 7020 units. Before you begin: Make sure the hardware has been installed. Make sure the SURPASS hiT 7020 NE is connected to the DC voltage with the poweroff. Make sure the SURPASS hiT 7020 NE is connected to a local computer using the Console port (RS-232).

6.1.1

NE Configuration Using HyperTerminal


To begin the initial startup of your system, you need to create a HyperTerminal connection to the console port. 1. Name the unit: SURPASS hiT 7020 In the HyperTerminal window shown below, enter the name of the unit <hiT 7020>, and click on <OK>.

Fig. 6.1

HyperTerminal Window

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2. Connection To: COM X


Select <COM X> in the Connect Using window and click on <OK>, <COM X> means the real COM Port which you use.

Fig. 6.2

HyperTerminal connection selection window

The <COMX Properties> dialog is displayed. 3. Port configuration:

Fig. 6.3

HyperTerminal Properties

Configure the <Port setting> as follows: Bits per second: 9600 Data bits: 8 Parity: None Stop bits: 1 Flow Control: None Click <OK>

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4. The root menu of the CLI


Turn on the power to the SURPASS hiT 7020.

Note: It takes about 30 seconds for SURPASS hiT 7020 to complete the boot process. The root menu of the CLI appears.

Fig. 6.4

Root Menu window

At the <Username> prompt: Enter root as your user name. At the <Password> prompt: Press Enter.

5. The main menu appears

Fig. 6.5

Main Menu Directory

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6. IP Address Setting
Press <I> from main menu to configure the node IP address, the management port IP address, the management port subnet mask and the default gateway for management port. The users can select 1 to 4 to configure the special IP address as their needed. The IP address configuration menu is as follows,

Fig. 6.6

IP Address Configuration

Every NE should be configured with a node IP. The node IP should be unique within a network. Siemens recommends that all nodes within the same ring share the same subnetwork. Following this recommendation makes it easier for administration and also for further expansion. If the NE is directly connected to the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT , this NE needs to set the <Management Port Address> as well. Press <2> to set the <Management Port Address> of the NE and press <3> to set the <Management Port Address> address. If the DCN (Data Communication Network) uses DCC (Data Communications Channel) for the system management, the NEs in the network must be assigned the Ethernet addresses and network masks so that NO TWO NE Management Port IP Addresses are in the same sub-network. The LCT must be assigned an IP address that is in the same sub-network (network segment) as the NEs Management Port IP address so the NE can act as a gateway. The routing table of the gateway NE must be set with all the IP addresses of the additional NEs so the LCT can manage the all the NEs. Set the LCT gateway IP address equal to the NEs Management Port IP Address.

7. Telnet Loging Control Press <L> from the main menu to enable or disable the telnet login property for the CLI.

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Fig. 6.7

Telnet Login Window

8. DCC Slot Information


Press D from main menu to confirm and configure the DCC information.

Fig. 6.8

DCC Slot Information

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Using TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT


After the SURPASS hiT 7020 node is initialized; you need to use the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT for system configuration, provisioning, and management. Please refer to Chapter 7 for the SURPASS hiT 7020 system configuration. Please refer to the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT User Manual for the details of how to use the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT software.

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7 Configuring the SURPASS hiT 7020


All hardware units are supplied to the customer in a fully configured state (i.e. with assembled customized hardware and installed software). Nevertheless, this chapter deals with the main software configuration for the SURPASS hiT 7020 as a basis for any subsequent customizations or extensions. Help Details on the menu and window structures of the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT can be found in the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT User Manual and the online help system of the SURPASS hiT 7020 !

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When handling any hardware, you must observe the protective measures given in Chapter 2. As a precondition for the software configuration procedures described below, the SURPASS hiT 7020 and the operating terminal must have been set up according to the preceding chapters, so that the communication between them is working properly. Each network element (such as the SURPASS hiT 7020) must be configured and operated separately, since each one has its own communications interfaces and its own network address. For configuration purposes, the network elements must be connected in turn (one after the other) to the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT.

7.1

TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT Installation


Please refer to the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT User Manual.

7.2
7.2.1

NE Configuration and Management


Start TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT from Microsoft Windows
After the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT software is installed, there are two ways that you can start the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT. Option 1: Option 2: Click the <TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT> shortcut on the desktop; From the <Start> <Programs><TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 R3.2 LCT>.

This will prompt a login window. After a few seconds, the main window will open. (See Fig. 7.1)

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Title Bar Main Menu Bar

Work Area

Fig. 7.1

TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT Main Window

7.2.2

Chassis View
When TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT is connected to an NE, the NE Chassis view will be displayed. This Chassis view shows the real-time status of the NE. (See Fig. 7.2)

Fig. 7.2

Chassis View

In this view, the user can see a total representation of the current node status, including a graphical view of all the slots, the card functions, the card types, the status of individual ports, the power status, and other NE functions. The user can modify node properties in the configuration windows. The configuration windows can be opened from the main menu bar or the menus that pop up from right-clicking on the chassis view. Select <Configuration><Refresh Chassis> to refresh the chassis view.

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7.2.3

Synchronize NE
In order to synchronize the LCT database with the NEs database, you must synchronize the NE. Follow the steps below to synchronize. Right click the chassis view and select <Synchronize NE> (See Fig. 7.2). The Synchronize NE dialog will pop up (See Fig. 7.3)

Fig. 7.3

Synchronize NE

Select the content you want to synchronize, and then click <OK> to start synchronizing. If the synchronization succeeds, a message box will appear. Click <Cancel> to quit the current dialog. Click <Help> to launch the online help.

7.2.4

NE Property Configuration
To open the <NE Configuration> window, select <Configuration><NE Property Configuration> from the main menu. The <NE Properties> window will appear. (See Fig. 7.4)

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Fig. 7.4

NE Properties

Each item in the window is described in the following table. (See Tab. 7.1) Item Description NE Label This is used to distinguish different nodes Serial Number The serial number of this node (configured by the manufacturer) Location The physical position of this node in real-life System Mode The current system mode of this node (cannot be modified from this window). Description The user uses this to field to input his/her own detailed description of this node Version The software version of this node Contact The contact or owner of this node IP Address The IP address of this node (cannot be modified in this window) Subnet Mask The subnet mask of this node (cannot be modified in this window) Gateway The gateway of this node (cannot be modified in this window) Date/Time The current time on this node (cannot be modified in this window) Card List An overview of all the cards on this node. The user can access the card configuration window by double-clicking the corresponding line in the table. Tab. 7.1 NE Properties

The user can change the properties of a node, but modifications are completed only after the <Apply> button has been clicked. Click <OK> to confirm all the modifications and to quit the window.

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If some of the properties are changed, click the <Refresh> button to check the latest status of this node. Click <Print> to print the node information. Click <Cancel> to quit the window. All unsaved modifications will be lost. Click <Help> to launch the online help.

7.2.5

Shutdown NE
From the main menu, select <Configuration><Shutdown NE> (See Fig. 7.5)

Fig. 7.5

Shutdown NE

Fig. 7.6

Shutdown Information

Click <Yes> to confirm shut down for this NE.

7.2.6

FTP Settings
The FTP Settings can get the latest software and data support from the FTP server. To perform NE software management and/or MIB management, the user needs to first configure the TNMS-M FTP setting as well as the FTP server. Use the following steps to apply FTP Settings: Select <Configuration><NE FTP Settings> from the main menu. The <FTP Settings> window will appear with the current FTP settings. (See Fig. 7.7)

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Fig. 7.7

FTP Setting

To modify the current configuration in the <FTP Server Setting> section: Input the FTP servers IP address in the <FTP Server IP Address> field. Input the FTP username in the <UserName> field. Input the FTP user password in the <Password> field.

Note: Both of username and password are <pm> by default. All the latest software and data for the FTP server are stored in the <%Install_Drive%\ftproot> folder (%Install_Drive% specifies the drive letter of the hard disk drive containing the LCT program). For example, if the LCT program is installed in Drive C, the FTP root will be the <C:\ftproot> folder. (See Fig. 7.8)

Fig. 7.8

FTP Root

The <pm> user data will be stored in the corresponding folders under the <%Install_Drive%\ftproot\pm> folder. For example, the MIB files uploaded from the LCT program will be stored in the <%Install_Drive%\ftproot\pm\MibUpload> folder. Click <Refresh> to update the current configuration. Click <Apply> to confirm the modification. Click <Close> to quit the window. All unsaved modifications will be lost. Click <Help> to launch the online help.

Note: The configuration of the FTP server should be the same as the real FTP server settings. Generally, the LCT server and the FTP server are on the same physical machine. However, the FTP server and LCT server need not be on the same machine.

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7.2.7

NE Software Management
Two software images can be stored in the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT, an active image and a backup image. Using the LCT, the user can download a TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 NE software image to the NE as the backup version from the FTP server or the user may switch software images between active and backup versions. NE software management is done as shown below: From the main menu, select <Configuration><NE Software Management>. The <NE Software Management> window will appear. (See Fig. 7.9)

Fig. 7.9

NE Software Management

Each field in the window is described as follows. (See Tab. 7.2)

Fields Active Software Version


Backup Software Version State of Last Command Tab. 7.2

Description The NE software version currently running


The backup NE software version The last command status

NE Software Management Window Field Description

Click <FTP Setting> to open the <FTP setting> window. (See Fig. 7.10)

Fig. 7.10 FTP Setting

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Input the corresponding information in the <FTP Server IP Address>, <UserName>, and <Password> fields. Click <Refresh> to refresh the information. Click <Apply> to confirm the modifications. Click <Close> to quit the window. All unsaved modifications will be lost. Click <Help> to launch the online help. In the <NE Software Management> window, input the NE software file name of the FTP server in the <Software file name> field, and click <Download from FtpServer> to download the software image to the NE as the backup software version from the FTP server. Click <Switch> to switch the software images between the active version and the backup version. Click <Switch> to switch the software images between the active version and the backup version. After Switch process finished the <Result window> will pop-up to prompt users to cold reboot or warm reboot the NE. (See Fig. 7.11)

Fig. 7.11 NE Software Switch Result Windows

NOTE: 1) System cold reboot (system initialization) takes 3 minutes to complete. It is suggested that no other operations (such as card insertion or pull-out, system power-on or poweroff) be performed during the system initialization. 2) System cold reboot will cause traffic hit. The traffic hit time is from 30 seconds to a maximum of 3 minutes. 3) System warm reboot process takes 2 minutes. It is suggested that no operations (such as card insertion or pull out, system power on or power off) be performed during system reboot. 4) Card reset will impact the traffic passing through this card. The traffic hit time is usually about 30 seconds (maximum 60 seconds). Click <Cancel> to close the window. All the unsaved modifications will be lost. Click <Refresh> to refresh the information. Click <Help> to launch the online help.

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Note: Make sure that the FTP server settings and the software image path are correctly configured before the operation is launched.

MIB Management
The SURPASS hiT 7020 MIB consists of the internal databases/files in the NE that store all the NE configurations and runtime status information. There are two versions of MIB files stored in the NE: an active version and a backup version. All the MIB management functions can be performed by using the LCT.

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Follow the steps below to perform MIB management: From the main menu, select <Configuration><NE MIB Management>. The <MIB Management> window will appear. (See Fig. 7.12)

Fig. 7.12 MIB Management Click <FTP Setting> to open the <FTP setting> window. (See Fig. 7.13)

Fig. 7.13 FTP Setting Input the corresponding information in the <FTP Server IP Address>, <UserName>, and <Password> fields.

Note: Both of username and password are <pm> by default. Click <Refresh> to refresh the information. Click <Apply> to confirm the modifications. Click <Close> to quit the window. All unsaved modifications will be lost. Click <Help> to launch the online help. To upload the MIB files from the NE to the FTP server, go to the <MIB Management> window, and input the directory in which the MIB files will be saved on the FTP server in the <MIB Backup Directory> field. Then click <Upload MIB>. To download the MIB files from the FTP server to the NE, input the directory in which the MIB files exist in the <MIB Backup Directory> field, and then click <Download MIB>.

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To activate the backup MIB version, click <Switch>. This operation will activate the backup MIB version.

When the MIB switch is executed, the network management system reminds the user to Warm reboot or Cold Reboot the system as suggested in the system operation manual. The user should reboot the system immediately. After switching the MIB but before the system reboot, any NE operation will not be saved into MIB. Therefore, any operation before system reboot is invalid. The <State of Last Command> field shows the state of the last command. Click <Refresh> to get the value of State of Last Command field.

7.2.9

NE Timing Setting
To open the corresponding chassis view: From the main menu, select <Configuration><NE Time Setting>. An <NE Time Setting> window will appear. (See Fig. 7.14)

Fig. 7.14 NE Time Settings In the drop-down menu of <Network Time Protocol>, the protocol can be set to either <Enabled> or <Disabled>. Under <NE list (Active)>, select the corresponding NE whose time will be modified. In the drop-down menu of <Network Element Time>, the current time can be viewed manually. Click <Refresh> to check the latest information on setting time.

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Click <Apply> to confirm the modifications. Click <Close> to quit the window. All the unsaved modifications will be lost. Click <Help> to launch the online help

7.2.10

NE Trap Destination Configuration


Select <Configuration><NE Trap Destination Configure>. An <NE Trap Destination> window will appear. (See Fig. 7.15)

Fig. 7.15 NE Trap Destination The function of each button is described as follows: Click <Apply> to set a selection in the window. Click <Delete>, to delete. (a confirmation window will appear) (See Fig. 7.16) Click <Refresh> to update current NE Destination. Click <Close> to quit the window without saving any modifications. Click <Help> to launch the online help.

Fig. 7.16 Confirmation

7.2.11

Port Configuration and Management


In the chassis view, the card selected becomes framed in blue. There are two methods to open the card configuration window in chassis view: Right-click the card, select <Card Property Configuration>, or Select the card, and select <Configuration><Card Property Configuration> from the main menu. A <Card Properties> window will appear. (See Fig. 7.17)

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Fig. 7.17 Port Properties In this window, there are two parts: <Port Configuration> and <Port Status>. Each parameter in this window is described below. Generally, the user can only change some parameters in the <Port Configuration> part. 1. Port Configuration
Fields Descriptions

Port Type Port Label Port Mode

Port Admin Mode Auto Laser Shutdown Port DCC Mode

Port DCC Protocol Port ALS Mode

This identifies the type of port A user can change this to distinguish different ports easily. There are three modes: Auto mode: Default mode. Alarm will not be provided under this mode. When the LOS is defected clear, the mode changes to Monitor mode automatically. Monitor mode: When an alarm is generated from this card, it will be automatically reported to the alarm management. Non-monitor mode: No matter how many alarms are generated from this card, none of them will be reported. There are two Port Admin Modes: Enable (connected), or Disable (unconnected) <Yes> means the laser transmitter will shutdown automatically when the laser receiver detects loss of signal. DCC (Data Communication Channel) is the channel carried in the SDH frames for management and communication. Choosing MS-DCC or RS-DCC means that the DCC has been launched. Off means that DCC is shutdown or unavailable. There are three port DCC protocols can be chosen: HDLC, PPP, and OSI.

Tab. 7.3

Provides three options if the Auto Laser Shutdown mode is enabled: <No Command>, <Manual Restart>, and <Manual Test>. Use <Manual Restart> to restart the laser if it does not automatically restart. Use <Manual Test> during testing in installation or other maintenance procedures. Port Configuration

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2. Port Status This section displays the SDH port current status.
Fields Descriptions

Operating Status Laser Bias Current Received Laser Power Transmitted Laser Power

The port status whether it is under operation or not. Value of the laser bias current Optical power received through this port. (If the power is small, for example smaller than -40dBm, the sensor will not show its real number but will show "<-40") Optical power transmitted out through this port. (If the power is small, for example smaller than -40dBm, the sensor wont show its real number but show "<-40") Temperature of the laser

Laser Temperature Tab. 7.4 Port Status

If you have changed any properties of the port, click <Apply> to confirm them. Only after clicking this button, will the modifications be completed. If no changes are planned as the card has been inspected, click <Refresh> to check the latest status of the port. Click <Print> to print the information of this port. Click <Close> to quit this dialog. All the unsaved modifications will be lost. Click <Help> to launch the online help.

7.2.12

Shutdown TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT


There are two ways that you can shut down the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT: Option 1: Click the <X> at top right of the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7020 LCT window. Option 2: Click <System><Exit>. A confirmation dialog window will appear. Click <YES> to confirm the shutdown request.

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8 Initial Measurements and Tests


During commissioning of the SURPASS hiT 7020, measurements and function tests are required in order to ensure that no damage has occurred during transport and assembly, and that the equipment has been correctly installed.

When handling any hardware, you must observe the protective measures given in Chapter 2. Electrical and optical parameters of the individual card and of the complete system are listed in the Technical Manual of the SURPASS hiT 7020.

8.1

Measurements and Tests


Local measurements, line measurements, and Ethernet tests are part of the Field Test Protocol. To perform the required measurements and tests, you must observe the test procedure described in Chapter 8.2.

8.2
8.2.1 8.2.1.1

Test Procedure
STM-4 Optical Interface STM-4 TX Optical Power
Test Objective: To measure the TX optical power of the STM-4 laser Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.1)

NE

Optical Power Meter

Fig. 8.1

Test Setup of STM-4 TX optical power

Connection Description: Connect NE STM-4 TX with optical power meters Test procedure: 1. Connect as shown in Fig. 8.1. 2. Set the corresponding on the optical meter. 3. Record the result

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Test Result: (see Tab. 8.1)

Application Code I-4


S-4.1 S-4.2 L-4.1 L-4.2 L-4.3 Tab. 8.1

Wavelength (nm) 1261-1360 1293-1334 1274-1356 1430-1580


1300-1325 1296-1330 1280-1335 1480-1580 1480-1580

Source Type MLM/LED MLM MLM SLM


MLM MLM SLM SLM SLM

Output power (dBm) -8 ~ -15 -8 ~ -15 -8 ~ -15 -8 ~ -15


+2 ~ -3 +2 ~ -3 +2 ~ -3 +2 ~ -3 +2 ~ -3

Optical output power Standard of STM-4

8.2.1.2

STM-4 RX Sensitivity and overload for an STM-4 laser


Test Objective: To measure the STM-4 laser RX sensitivity and overload Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.2)
Tunable Optical Attenuator

Test Analyzer

NE

Fig. 8.2

Test Setup of STM-4 RX sensitivity and overload

Connection Description: 1. Turn up 15 dBm the optical attenuator. 2. Connect STM-4 port to optical attenuator 3. Connect tester to arbitrary port of the system, such as the STM-1 port Test Procedure: 1. Create a bi-direction circuit between the STM-4 port and the tributary port, such as the STM-1 port. 2. Configure signal pattern as 223-1PRBS on tester. 3. Make sure that there is no alarm or bit error on this circuit. 4. Turn up the optical attenuator till there is bit error. 5. Turn the optical attenuator down 1 dBm, and observe for 5 minutes. 6. Measure receiving optical power on the STM-4 RX port and record as sensitivity. 7. Turn down the optical attenuator till there is bit error.
8. Turn the optical attenuator up 1 dBm, observe for 5 minutes.

9. Measure receiving optical power on STM-4 RX port and record as overload.

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Test Result: (see Tab. 8.2)

Application Code
I-4 S-4.1 S-4.2 L-4.1 L-4.2 L-4.3 Tab. 8.2

Wavelength (nm) 1261-1360


1293-1334 1274-1356 1430-1580 1300-1325 1296-1330 1280-1335 1480-1580 1480-1580

Minimum Ssensitivity & Overload (dBm) -8~-23


-8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23

Optical input sensitivity & overload standard of STM-4

8.2.1.3

STM-4 Input Optical Power


Test Objective: To measure the optical receiving power for STM-4 Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.3)

STM-4
Tx

STM-4

NE ODF Optical Power Meter Fig. 8.3 Test Setup of STM-4 input optical power

Connection Description: 1. Find which fiber is connected from the ODF to the STM-4 RX port 2. Re-connect the fiber to optical meter Test Procedure: 1. Configure corresponding wave-length on the optical meter. 2. Record the result from the meter. Test Result: (see Tab. 8.3)

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Application Code I-4


S-4.1 S-4.2 L-4.1 L-4.2 L-4.3 Tab. 8.3

Wavelength (nm) 1261-1360 1293-1334 1274-1356 1430-1580 1300-1325 1296-1330 1280-1335 1480-1580 1480-1580

Input Power Range (dBm) -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23 -8~-23

Optical Input Power Range Standard of STM-4

8.2.2 8.2.2.1

STM-1 Optical Interface STM-1 TX Optical Power


Test Objective: To measure the TX optical power of STM-1 laser Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.4)

NE

Optical Power Meter

Fig. 8.4

Test Setup of STM-1 TX optical power

Connection Description: Connect NE STM-1 TX with optical power meters Test procedure: 1. Connect as shown in Fig. 8.4. 2. Set the corresponding on the optical meter. 3. Record the result Test Result: (see Tab. 8.4)

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Application Code
I-1 S-1.1 S-1.2 L-1.1 L-1.2 L-1.3 Tab. 8.4

Wavelength (nm)
1260-1360 1261-1360 1430-1576 1430-1580 1280-1335 1480-1580 1534-1566 1523-1577 1480-1580

Source Type MLM/LED MLM MLM SLM


MLM/SLM SLM MLM MLM SLM

Output power (dBm)


-8 ~ -15 -8 ~ -15 -8 ~ -15 -8 ~ -15 0 ~ -5 0 ~ -5 0 ~ -5 0 ~ -5 0 ~ -5

Optical output power Standard of STM-1

8.2.2.2

STM-1 RX Sensitivity and overload of STM-1 laser


Test Objective: To measure the RX sensitivity and overload for an STM-1 laser Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.5)
Tunable Optical Attenuator

Test Analyzer

NE

Fig. 8.5

Test Setup for the STM-1 RX sensitivity and overload

Connection Description: 1. Turn up 15 dBm the optical attenuator 2. Connect STM-1 port to optical attenuator 3. Connect tester to arbitrary port of the system, such as another STM-1 port Test Procedure: 1 Create a bi-directional circuit between the STM-1 port and the tributary port, such as another STM-1 port. 2. Configure signal pattern as 223-1 PRBS on tester. 3. Make sure that there is no alarm or bit error on this circuit. 4. Turn up the optical attenuator till there is bit error. 5. Turn the optical attenuator down 1 dBm and observe for 5 minutes. 6. Measure receiving optical power on STM-1 RX port and record as sensitivity. 7. Turn down the optical attenuator till there is bit error. 8. Turn the optical attenuator up 1 dBm and observe for 5 minutes. 9. Measure receiving optical power on STM-1 RX port and record as overload.

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Test Result: (see Tab. 8.5)

Wavelength Input Power Range (dBm) (nm) I-1 1260-1360 -8 ~ -23 S-1.1 1261-1360 -8 ~ -23 1430-1576 -8 ~ -23 S-1.2 1430-1580 -8 ~ -23 L-1.1 1280-1335 -10 ~ -34 L-1.2 1480-1580 -10 ~ -34 1534-1566 -10 ~ -34 L-1.3 1523-1577 -10 ~ -34 1480-1580 -10 ~ -34 Tab. 8.5 Optical input sensitivity & overload standard of STM-1 Application Code

8.2.2.3

STM-1 Input Optical Power


Test Objective: To measure the STM-1 receiving optical power. Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.6) STM-1
Tx

STM-1

NE ODF Optical Power Meter Fig. 8.6 Test Setup of STM-1 input optical power

Connection Description: 1. Find which fiber connected from ODF to STM-1 RX port 2. Re-connect the fiber to optical meter Test Procedure: 1. Configure corresponding wave-length on the optical meter 2. Record the result from the meter

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Test Result: (see Tab. 8.6)

Minimum Sensitivity & Overload (dBm) I-1 1260-1360 -8 ~ -23 S-1.1 1261-1360 -8 ~ -23 1430-1576 -8 ~ -23 S-1.2 1430-1580 -8 ~ -23 L-1.1 1280-1335 -10 ~ -34 L-1.2 1480-1580 -10 ~ -34 1534-1566 -10 ~ -34 L-1.3 1523-1577 -10 ~ -34 1480-1580 -10 ~ -34 Tab. 8.6 Optical Input Power Range Standard of STM-1 Application Code Wavelength (nm)

8.2.3 8.2.3.1

PDH Port Test E1 Port BER Test


Test Objective: To verify all E1/T1 channels Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.7)

E1

STM-1 Rx

SDH Test Analyzer

NE
Tx

Fig. 8.7

Test Setup for the E1 loop-back test

Connection Description: 1. Set loop-back on the STM-1 port 2. Select one E1 Port as the test port 3. Connect the tester TX to the RX port of the E1 Port 4. Connect the tester RX to the TX port of the E1 Port Test Procedure: 1. Create bi-direction circuit between the E1 port and the STM-1 port. 2. Configure the signal pattern for the E1 port as 215-1 PRBS on the tester. 3. Make sure that there is no alarm or bit error on this circuit. 4. Run tester for 15 minutes.

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Test Result: No alarms should be detected on the tester

8.2.4 8.2.4.1

Ethernet Port 10/100M Port Auto-Negotiation Test


Test Objective: To verify the auto-negotiation function of the 10/100M port Test Setup:
FE

Smartbits Analyzer

NE

Fig. 8.8

Test Setup of 10/100M port auto-negotiation

Connection Description: Connect 10/100M port to the Smartbit tester 10/100M port Test Procedure: 1. Connect as shown in Fig. 8.8. 2. Enable the auto-negotiation function on NE 10/100M port. 3. Enable the auto-negotiation function on Smartbit 10/100M port. 4. Observe result. Test Result: The port mode on both sides should be 100M and full-deplex

8.2.4.2

10/100M Port Mode Test


Test Objective: To verify the 10/100M port works

Test Setup:
FE

Smartbits Analyzer

NE

Fig. 8.9

Test Setup for the 10/100M port working mode test

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Connection Description: Connect the 10/100M port to Smartbit tester 10/100M port Test Procedure: 1. Connect as shown in Fig. 8.9. 2. Set the Smartbit port as 100M and full-duplex. 3. Set the NE 10/100M port to 100M and full-duplex. 4. Check the traffic. 5. Observe result 1. 6. Set the Smartbit port to 100M and half-duplex. 7. Set the NE 10/100M port to 100M and half-duplex. 8. Check the traffic. 9. Observe result 2. 10. Set the Smartbit port to 10M and full-duplex. 11. Set the NE 10/100M port to 10M and full-duplex. 12. Check the traffic. 13. Observe result 3. 14. Set the Smartbit port to 10M and half-duplex. 15. Set the NE 10/100M port to 10M and half-duplex. 16. Check the traffic. 17. Observe result 4. Test Result: 1. Result 1 traffic should be ok 2. Result 2 traffic should be ok 3. Result 3 traffic should be ok 4. Result 4 traffic should be ok

8.3

Test Reports
The results of the commissioning measurements are to be recorded in Field Test Protocols. Appropriate forms can be ordered separately. Used as a standard for future comparison measurements, the Field Test Protocols should be archived thoroughly.

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9 LED Indications
This chapter gives an overview of the module front LEDs, which provide information for service and maintenance purposes. The functions of the LEDs are explained in detail in the Technical Manual of the SURPASS hiT 7020.

9.1

System Main Board 2 STM-4/1 or 2 STM-1+ 8 E1 (75 or 120 Ohm)


The Mainboard has 6 LEDs, see Tab. 9.1.

LED Name
PWR

LED Color
Green

Main Board (2x STM-4/1 + 8x E1 (75 or 120 Ohm)) LED Explanation Status
ON OFF ON Power is available to the system. Power is off One or more critical alarms are present, or any card is in initializing. One or more critical transmission alarms are present.

CR

Red

Flashing

When any optional service card is mismatched or faulty, the MJ alarm LED and CR alarm LED will flash at the same time. No critical alarms There are one or more major alarms present in the system. When any optional service card is mismatch or faulty, the MJ alarm LED and CR alarm LED will flash at the same time. No major alarms. There are one or more major alarms presented in the system. No Minor alarms.

OFF ON MJ Orange Flashing OFF ON MN Yellow OFF ON Line 1 status Green OFF ON Line 2 status Tab. 9.1 Green OFF

(Warnings and indeterminate alarms do not turn the LED on.) There is an optical signal detected in the line port. There is no optical signal detected in the port. For example, in the initialization state when the fiber is not connected, or the transmitter (TX) or receiver (RX) fiber is misconnected. There is an optical signal detected in the line port. There is no optical signal detected in the port. For example, in the initialization state when the fiber is not connected, or the transmitting (Tx) or receiving (Rx) fiber is misconnected.

Main Board LEDs

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9.2
9.2.1

Traffic Interface Modules


Fast Ethernet Connector LEDs
In additional to the LEDs described above, each RJ45 Fast Ethernet Connector on the Fast Ethernet service cards is equipped with another two LEDs, as explained in Tab. 9.2 .

LED Name
Active Link Tab. 9.2

RJ45 Connectors on the FE Modules LED Color Explanation


Yellow Green Data is being transmitted or received Line is connected

LEDs in the RJ45 Fast Ethernet Connectors

9.3

Power Module
The DC Power Module has two LEDs, see Tab. 9.3 Power Modules LED Name LED Color LED Status A Green ON OFF ON OFF

Explanation
On: Power supply A is on Off: Power supply A is off On: Power supply B is on Off: Power supply B is off

B Tab. 9.3

Green

LEDs on the DC Power Module

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10 Pin Assignments
10.1 DC Power Supply Cable

Fig. 10.1 DC Power Supply Cable

Fig. 10.2 DC power connector

Pin Number
5 6 7 8

Wire Color Black Blue Red Yellow

Signal
Ground -48V -48V Return (0V) Ground

Tab. 10.1 SURPASS hiT 7020 DC Power Connector Pin Assignments

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E1 Cable
The E1 connector on SURPASS hi7020 8 X E1 module uses RJ48 connector.
RXDRXD+ TXDTXD+

Ground

Fig. 10.3 E1/ 120Ohm RJ-48 Connector

Pin Number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Signal Receive Ring Receive Tip Unassigned Transmit Ring Transmit Tip Unassigned Chassis Ground Chassis Ground

Signal Direction From E1 Network From E1 Network


To E1 Network To E1 Network

Tab. 10.2 E1/ 120Ohm RJ-48 Interface Definication

RXD TXD

Ground

Fig. 10.4 E1/ 75Ohm RJ-48 Connector

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10.3

Ethernet Cable
Pin Number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Twisted-pair, Tx+ Twisted-pair, TxTwisted-pair, Rx+ Not Connected Not Connected Twisted-pair, RxNot Connected Not Connected

Signal

Tab. 10.3 Ethernet Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment

Fig. 10.5 Ethernet cable RJ45 connector Cat5 or Cat5 (e) is the raw cable used for 100Mbps Ethernet cable. The following is a reference chart for the wiring Category 5 (Cat 5) of the 10/100 Base-T Ethernet cables. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 White with Orange White with Blue White with Green White with Brown Orange strip Green strip blue strip brown strip Tab. 10.4 Category 5 twisted pair color-code standards

10.4

Management Cable
The Management interface port is a DTE port with an RJ-45 connector. The management cable pin assignments are provided in Tab. 10.5 below:

Pin Number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Twisted-pair, Tx+ Twisted-pair, TxTwisted-pair, Rx+ Not Connected Not Connected Twisted-pair, RxNot Connected Not Connected

Signal

Tab. 10.5 Management Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment

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Fig. 10.6 RJ-45 plug

10.5

Station Alarm Cables and MDI/MDO Cables


Station Alarm and MDI/MDO functions are integrated in one RJ-45 connector. However the pin usages are different from the Cat5 cable usage. The pin assignments for the Station Alarm cable and MDI/MDO are provided in Tab. 10.6 below.

RJ-45 Connector Of NE ALM Port (Start) Pin 1 2 3 4 Signal Alarm0 + Critical and Major Alarm Alarm0 - Return Alarm1 + Minor Alarm Alarm1 - Return

RJ-45 Connector A Of Alarm Card (Destination) Pin Signal 5 Alarm0 7 Alarm1 6 Alarm0 + 8 Alarm1 +

RJ-45 Connector Of NE ALM Port (Start) Pin Signal 5 MDI + 6 MDI 7 MDO + 8 MDO Tab. 10.6 Station Alarm and MDI/MDO Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignments

10.6

Console Cable
The console cable is only used during SURPASS hiT 7020 installation to connect the CLI (Command Line Interface) for initialization of unit. This cable is not necessary in later maintenance.

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Fig. 10.7 Console Cable Connection

Pin Number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Not used Serial signal Tx Serial signal Rx Not used Ground Not used Not used Not used Not used

Signal

Tab. 10.7 Console Cable Pin Assignements

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11 Abbreviations
ACO Bw7R CD-ROM CE DB DC DCC EGB EMC EN EOW ESD ETS ETSI F FAULT FO GMT GND GUI GUIMN HS HW IEC LCAS LCT LED LWL MSP NCT NUBAT OK OSN PDF PE PPP PUBAT RAM Alarm Cut Off Style 7R Compact Disc Read Only Memory Communaut Europenne Data Base Direct Current Data Communication Channel Elektrostatisch Gefhrdete Bauteile Electromagnetic Compatibility European Standard Engineering Order Wire Electrostatic Sensitive Device European Telecommunication Standard European Telecommunications Standards Institute Standardized interface for connection of a local terminal Fault Alarm LED Fiber Optic Greenwich Mean Time Ground Graphical User Interface Graphical User Interface Manual Handset Hardware International Electrotechnical Commission Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme Local Craft Terminal Light Emitting Diode Lichtwellenleiter (optical fiber) Multiplex Section Protection Network Craft Terminal Negative Power Supply Voltage Service LED Optical Service Node Portable Document Format Protective Earth (Ground) Point to Point Protocol Positive Power Supply Voltage Random Access Memory

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Commissioning SURPASS hiT 7020 3.2 Received signal Serial Debug Interface SDH Equipment Clock Separate Extra-Low Voltage Small Form Factor Pluggable (Module) Sub-Network Connection Protection Software Clock input Clock output Telemetry Interface Telecommunication Network Management System Transmitted signal User Manual Variable Configuration Data Block

Rx SDI SEC SELV SFP SNCP SW T3 T4 TIF TNMS Tx UMN VCDB

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12 Index
A
Accumulator handling, 21 Air filter, 13

L
Laser class, 18 Laser devices, 18 Laser safety shutdown, 19 Laser warning label, 18

B
Battery handling, 21 Bending radius of optical fibers, 17

N
NE Configuration and Management, 46 Start, 46 Synchronize NE, 48

C
Checking the device for intactness, 23 Cleaning fluids for optical connectors, 17 Connectors of optical fibers, handling, 17

O
Optical connectors, handling, 17 Optical fiber bending radius, 17 Overvoltage on the power supply input, 15

D
Delivery check, 23 Device checking for intactness, 23 Dust filter, 13

P
Pin Assignments, 70 Plug and pull aids with modules, 16 Protection against laser light, 18 power supply input overvoltage, 15 Protective caps for optical connectors, 17

E
Earthing see Grounding, 16 ESD components, 16 ESD warning label, 16

F
Front door handling (at the subrack), 12

S
Safety shutdown of the laser, 20 Subrack front door handling, 12 Subrack weight, 12

G
Grounding bracelet, 16

T
Temperature warning label, 13

H
Handling batteries and accumulators, 21 ESD components, 16 fiber-optic cables and connectors, 17 subrack front door, 12 High operating temperature warning label, 13

U
Unpacking Shipping Box, 25

W
Warning labels heavy weight, 12 high operating temperature, 13 laser devices, 18 Weight of the subrack, warning label, 12

I
Installing the Chassis, 26

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