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PASOLINK Mx January, 2005 Issue 1 Installation Manual 7-52GHz 10/20/40/80MB DIGITAL MICROWAVE RADIO SYSTEM (1+0/1+1
January, 2005 Issue 1
January, 2005
Issue 1

Installation Manual

7-52GHz 10/20/40/80MB DIGITAL MICROWAVE RADIO SYSTEM (1+0/1+1 SYSTEM)

January, 2005

CONTENTS

CONTENTS

January, 2005 CONTENTS CONTENTS TITLE PAGE 1 2 2.1 2.2 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 4 4.1

TITLE

PAGE

1

2

2.1

2.2

3

3.1

3.2

3.3

4

4.1

4.2

4.2.1

4.2.2

4.2.3

4.3

5

6

6.1

6.2

6.3

6.4

6.5

6.6

7

8

GENERAL •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

1-1

OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

2-1

Detailed Work Flow Chart •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

2-2

Pasolink System Standard Overview ••••••••••••••••••••••

2-3

UNPACKING•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-1

Checking Cargo••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

3-1

Unpacking •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

3-1

Checking Installing Component•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

3-4

MOUNTING •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

4-1

IDU Mounting •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

4-1

ODU Mounting••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

4-4

Pole Mounting •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-7

Wall Mounting ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-30

19-inch Rack Mounting ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-36

Waveguide Connection ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-38

FRAME GROUNDING •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• CABLE TERMINATION ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

5-1

6-1

Terminating Supervisory Cables with D-Sub Connector

6-2

Terminating Coaxial (IF Signal) with N-P Connector (L Angle Type)

Terminating Coaxial (IF Signal) Cables with N-P Connector (Straight Type) ••••••••••••••••••••••• 6-13

Terminating Power Supply Cables

with Molex Connector

Cable Assembling for MDR Interface••••••••••••••••••••• 6-18

Cable Assembling for the I/O Board••••••••••••••••••••••• 6-30

•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 6-16

6-7

CABLE AND TERMINAL CONNECTIONS•••••••••••••••••••••

7-1

WATERPROOF PROTECTION•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

8-1

CL-1

1.

GENERAL

GENERAL

1. GENERAL GENERAL This manual describes information on the installation, and initial lineup of the NEC

This manual describes information on the installation, and initial lineup of the NEC PASOLINK Mx 7/8/13/15/18/23/26/38/52 GHz 10/20/40/80 MB point-to-point digital radio system.

This system consists of TRP-[ ]G-5A Transmitter-Receiver (Outdoor Unit (ODU)) and MDP-80MB-[ ] Modulator-Demodulator (Indoor Unit (IDU)).

Outline of the ODU is shown in Fig. 1-1.

Outlines of the IDUs are shown in Fig. 1-2. RX LEV MON IFL FG
Outlines of the IDUs are shown in Fig. 1-2.
RX LEV
MON
IFL
FG

Fig. 1-1 Outline of the ODU

GENERAL

2M IN / OUT-A 2M IN / OUT-B 2M IN / OUT-C PASOLINK Mx PNMT
2M IN / OUT-A
2M IN / OUT-B
2M IN / OUT-C
PASOLINK Mx
PNMT
LCT
EOW1
EOW2
IF
IN / OUT
MAINT ODU IDU
PWR
2M INTFC-M
2M INTFC-S
PWR
R
SW
NE1
NE2
V11-PNMS-LAN
EOW
CALL RESET
ALM/AUX
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
SC IN/OUT

Fig. 1-2 Outline of the IDU in 1+0 System (1/3)

! -43V OUTPUT MD UNIT Power down IDU before disconnection or connection of Cable PWR
!
-43V OUTPUT
MD
UNIT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
PWR
IF
IN / OUT
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
2M IN / OUT-A
2M IN / OUT-B
2M IN / OUT-C
PASOLINK Mx
PNMT
LCT
EOW1
EOW2
SW
UNIT
2M INTFC-M
2M INTFC-S
MAINT
STATUS
ALM
1
R
SW
TX
RX ODU
IDU
2
ALM/AUX
SC IN/OUT
NE1
NE2
V11-PNMS-LAN
EOW
CALL RESET

Fig. 1-2 Outline of the IDU in 1+0 Expandable System (2/3)

MD UNIT MD UNIT ! -43V OUTPUT ! -43V OUTPUT Power down IDU before disconnection
MD
UNIT
MD UNIT
!
-43V OUTPUT
!
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
PWR
PWR
IF
IN / OUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
IF
IN / OUT
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
2M IN / OUT-A
2M IN / OUT-B
2M IN / OUT-C
PASOLINK Mx
PNMT
LCT
EOW1
EOW2
SW
UNIT
2M INTFC-M
2M INTFC-S
MAINT
STATUS
ALM
1
R
SW
TX
RX ODU
IDU
2
ALM/AUX
SC IN/OUT
NE1
NE2
V11-PNMS-LAN
EOW
CALL RESET

Fig. 1-2 Outline of the IDU in 1+1 System (3/3)

1-2

2 pages

OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION

2. OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION

OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION 2. OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION The standard installation is summarized in this section. In

The standard installation is summarized in this section. Included herein is information on typical installation work flow and installation guide for IDU installation, ODU installation, antenna (ANT) installation, waveguide connection and cable connections.

This product is a part of radio link system, and is intended to be connected with a external antenna.

This product will be installed and operated by professional.

After installation, the professional person shall make sure that the system shall comply with the relevant limits for general public exposure specified as basic restrictions or reference levels in the council Recommendation

1999/519/EC.

OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION

2.1 Detailed Work Flow Chart

The installation flow chart is shown below.

Start

Unpacking of IDU (see para 3.2) Unpacking of ODU (see para 3.3) Unpacking of Antenna/Bracket
Unpacking of IDU
(see para 3.2)
Unpacking of ODU
(see para 3.3)
Unpacking of
Antenna/Bracket
Unpacking of
Accessories
(see para 3.2)
*1
Antenna/Bracket
Mounting
(see para 4.2)
IDU Mounting (see para 2.3) ODU Mounting (see para 2.4) Cable Terminating (see para 6)
IDU Mounting
(see para 2.3)
ODU Mounting
(see para 2.4)
Cable Terminating
(see para 6)
*2*2
Coaxial/Waveguide/
IF Signal Cable
Connection
(see para 4.4)
Frame Grounding
(see para 5)
•

Cable and Terminal Connections (see para 7)

*1 Please change before mounting when the polarization change is necessary.

before mounting when the polarization change is necessary. Waterproof Protection (see para 8) End *2 The

Waterproof Protection (see para 8)

End
End

*2 The direct mount type becomes

a connection only of IF signal

cable. (para 6.2).

Fig. 2-1 Typical Installation Flow Diagram

DC IN

DC TERMINAL CABLE RACK & STRUCTURE

19 INCH OPEN RACK

DDP

DATA CBLE

MAIN EARTH CABLE

IDU (1+0)

DC POWER CABLE

GROUNDING

CABLE

EARTH

CABLE

OUTDOOR

OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION

2.2 Pasolink System Standard Overview

(1)Pasolink Installation Overview

The standaed overall configuration of the Pasolink system is shown below.

configuration of the Pasolink system is shown below. FG INDOOR RTOWE ANT ANT MOUNTODU (1+0) IF
configuration of the Pasolink system is shown below. FG INDOOR RTOWE ANT ANT MOUNTODU (1+0) IF
configuration of the Pasolink system is shown below. FG INDOOR RTOWE ANT ANT MOUNTODU (1+0) IF
FG
FG
INDOOR
INDOOR
of the Pasolink system is shown below. FG INDOOR RTOWE ANT ANT MOUNTODU (1+0) IF CABLE
RTOWE ANT ANT MOUNTODU (1+0) IF CABLE GROUNDING FEEDER RACK CABLE
RTOWE
ANT
ANT
MOUNTODU
(1+0)
IF CABLE
GROUNDING
FEEDER RACK
CABLE

Fig. 2-2 Pasolink standrd installation overview(1+0 system)

OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION

(2)Indoor Instation Overview

A general layout for indoor installation of the Pasolink is shown below.

19-inch Rack

IDU

DC PDB

indoor installation of the Pasolink is shown below. 19-inch Rack IDU DC PDB Fig. 2-3 Indoor

Fig. 2-3 Indoor Instation Overview

3. UNPACKING

UNPACKING

3. UNPACKING UNPACKING 3.1 Checking Cargo Detailed procedure is as follows: STEP 1 Check the number

3.1 Checking Cargo

Detailed procedure is as follows:

STEP

1 Check the number of containers on the packing list.

STEP 1 Check the number of cont ainers on the packing list. Fig. 3-1 Example of
STEP 1 Check the number of cont ainers on the packing list. Fig. 3-1 Example of

Fig. 3-1 Example of packing list

2 Check the station name is correct.

Check to see if the station name on the packing list shown in Fig.3-1. Note that the contents of the packing list depend on the contract.

3.2 Unpacking

The procedures to unpack the IDU and ODU arre shown Fig.3-2 and

Fig.3-3.

3-2

UNPACKING

Step 2

PRECAUTION LABEL

P.P TAPE CARTON SHIPPING LABEL
P.P TAPE
CARTON
SHIPPING LABEL

Step 1.

SHIPPING LABEL PRECAUTION LABEL
SHIPPING LABEL
PRECAUTION LABEL
SEALING MATERIAL
SEALING MATERIAL

Step 1.

Cut sealing material.

Step 2.

Take out carton from sealing material.

Step 3.

Cut P.P. tape at top of carton. And then open carton.

Step 5

CUSHIONING

MATERIAL IDU CUSHIONING MATERIAL
MATERIAL
IDU
CUSHIONING
MATERIAL

Step 7.

Step 8

MATERIAL IDU CUSHIONING MATERIAL Step 7. Step 8 IDU P.P. TAPE Step 4. Step 3. Step
MATERIAL IDU CUSHIONING MATERIAL Step 7. Step 8 IDU P.P. TAPE Step 4. Step 3. Step

IDU

MATERIAL IDU CUSHIONING MATERIAL Step 7. Step 8 IDU P.P. TAPE Step 4. Step 3. Step
P.P. TAPE
P.P. TAPE

Step 4.

Step 3.

MATERIAL Step 7. Step 8 IDU P.P. TAPE Step 4. Step 3. Step 4. Take out

Step 4.

Take out carton.

Step 5.

Cut P.P. tape at top of carton. And then open carton.

Step 6

ANTISTATIC BAG IDU
ANTISTATIC
BAG
IDU

(for 1+1 system)

Step 6.

Take out IDU with antistatic bag from carton.

Step 7.

Take out IDU from antistatic bag.

Step 8.

Inspect IDU.

Note: Accessories are sacked or boxed with the IDU.

Fig. 3-2 Unpacking Method of IDU

UNPACKING

3-3

PRECAUTION MARK

SHIPPING LABEL PACKING LABEL CARTON
SHIPPING LABEL
PACKING LABEL
CARTON
PRECAUTION MARK TOP COVER SHIPPING LABEL CARTON
PRECAUTION MARK
TOP COVER
SHIPPING LABEL
CARTON

Step 1.

Open top cover of the carton.

Step 2.

Step 3.

Step 4.

Step 5.

Fig. 3-3 Unpacking Method of ODU

TOP PAT

ODU CARTON

ODU

CARTON

POLY SHEET

Take out top pat from carton,

Remove poly sheet,

Take out the ODU from carton,

Inspect ODU.

ODU CARTON POLY SHEET Take out top pat from carton, Remove poly sheet, Take out the
ODU CARTON POLY SHEET Take out top pat from carton, Remove poly sheet, Take out the

ODU

UNPACKING

3.3 Checking Installing Component

Each unnpacked component of the pasolink System must be checked as shown below.

(1)

IDU and ODU

Table 3-1 Installing compornent of ODU/IDU

No.

 

DESCRIPTION

   

QUANTITY

Remarks

 

1+0

1+1

1

TRP-( )G-5A (ODU)

   

1

 

2

 

2

O-Ring (Attached to the waveguide type ODU)

 

*1

 

*2

Accessory

3

MDP-80MB-( ) (IDU)

   

1

1

or 2

 

4

Power

Connector

(Molex

Housing

M5557-

 

1

 

2

Accessory

4R)(x1ea)

   

Cable Terminal (Molex 5556T) (x 4ea)

   

1

 

2

Accessory

5

7.5 A Fuse (SMP75) (x 2ea)

   

1

 

2

Accessory

6

7-8

GHz

HYB

(x1),

with

N-type

coaxial

0

or 1

1

or 0

 

connectors

   

7

13-52 GHz HYB (x1)

 

0

or 1

0

or 1

 

8

38/52 GHz TX ATT (x1) (x 1ea)

 

*1 or 0

 

0

 

9

O-Ring (Attached to the TX ATT (x 1ea))

*1 or 0

 

0

Accessory

Note : The asterisk mark is an option.

ROI-S04934

TRP-13G-5A 0678 TRP-13G-5A 0678 No.2* ODU OUTDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT (H0330) (H0330) 1 SHIFT FREQUENCY
TRP-13G-5A
0678
TRP-13G-5A
0678
No.2* ODU
OUTDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
(H0330)
(H0330)
1
SHIFT FREQUENCY
MHz SUB BAND
TX HIGH/LOW
SHIFT FREQUENCY
MHz SUB BAND
TX HIGH/LOW
CH
TX
MHz
CH
TX
MHz
SERIAL No.
DATE
SERIAL No.
DATE
WEIGHT
kg/ - 43V
0.5A
WEIGHT
kg/ - 43V
0.5A
No.1 ODU
NEC Corporation TOKYO JAPAN
MADE IN JAPAN
NEC Corporation TOKYO JAPAN
MADE IN JAPAN
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
-43V INPUT
1
Non-ionizing
Turn off power
at IDU before
disconnecting cable.
Non-ionizing
radiation
radiation
Power down before
disconnection or
connection of cable.
TRP-13G-5A
0678
TRP-13G-5A
0678
OUTDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
(H0330)
(H0330)
SHIFT FREQUENCY
MHz SUB BAND
TX HIGH/LOW
SHIFT FREQUENCY
MHz SUB BAND
TX HIGH/LOW
SERIAL No.
DATE
SERIAL No.
DATE
WEIGHT
kg/ - 43V
0.5A
WEIGHT
kg/ - 43V
0.5A
NEC Corporation TOKYO JAPAN
MADE IN JAPAN
NEC Corporation TOKYO JAPAN
MADE IN JAPAN
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
-43V INPUT
Non-ionizing
radiation
Turn off power
at IDU before
disconnecting cable.
Non-ionizing
radiation
Power down before
disconnection or
connection of cable.
*IF Signal Cable
!
WARNING
-43V OUTPUT
TURN OFF POWER
BEFORE DISCONNECTING
I/F CABLE
*IF Signal Cable
!
-43V OUTPUT
9
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
cable.
8
7
7/8 GHz TYPE
IDU 1+1
6
3
IDU 1+0
4
3
Note:
No.1 ODU is not supplied for 1+0 system.
5

No.2 The asterisk is an option. It is necessary to process it according to connectors and coaxial cable.

No.3 The number corresponds to No. of Table3-1.

Fig. 3-4 Installing Compornent for IDU and ODU

INSTALLATION

1
1

WAVEGUIDE TYPE

1 ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNTING TYPE
1
ANTENNA DIRECT
MOUNTING TYPE

1

2

UNPACKING

3-7

1 (Rear) 1 ODU
1
(Rear)
1
ODU

2

RX LEV MON IFL FG IFL *
RX LEV
MON
IFL
FG
IFL
*

(Front)

FG (M5)

3

N-P CONNECTOR (MALE)

MON IFL FG IFL * (Front) FG (M5) 3 N-P CONNECTOR (MALE) MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE) MODULAR

MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE) MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE) MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE) MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)

*

MOLEX

CONNECTOR

(4PIN) (MALE)

4

MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE) * MOLEX CONNECTOR (4PIN) (MALE) 4 * 2M IN / OUT-A 2M IN

*

2M IN / OUT-A 2M IN / OUT-B 2M IN / OUT-C PASOLINK Mx PNMT
2M IN / OUT-A
2M IN / OUT-B
2M IN / OUT-C
PASOLINK Mx
PNMT
LCT
EOW1
EOW2
IF
MAINT ODU IDU
PWR
IN/ OUT
2M INTFC-M
2M INTFC-S
PWR
R SW
NE1
NE2
V11-PNMS-LAN
EOW
CALL RESET
ALM/AUX
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
SC IN/OUT

screw

(mm

It

is

MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE) MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE) MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE) MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE) *
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
*

MDR CONNECTOR (MALE) D-SUB CONNECTOR (MALE) MDR CONNECTOR (MALE) D-SUB CONNECTOR (MALE) MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)

*
*

Note1:Use

Note2:The

ISO

standardized

unit) for D-SUB connector.

asterisk

is

an

option.

necessary

to

process.

However,

MOLEX

power

connector

is

appendid.

Note3:The number corresponds to No. of Table 3-1.

For 1+0 System

Fig. 3-5 Compornent of Installing System(1/2)

3-8

UNPACKING

1 (Rear) 2 1 (Front) 1 (Rear) ODU 1 (Front) MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE) MODULAR CONNECTOR
1
(Rear)
2
1 (Front)
1 (Rear)
ODU
1
(Front)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
2
FG (M5)
RX LEV
MON
IFL
FG
IFL
FG (M5)
RX LEV
MON
IFL
ODU
FG
MOLEX
MOLEX
P-N CONNECTOR
4
*
*
4
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
(4PIN) (MALE)
IFL
(4PIN) (MALE)
*
3
MD UNIT
MD UNIT
! -43V OUTPUT
! -43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
PWR
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
PWR
Cable
IF
IN /
OUT
IF
IN / OUT
N-P CONNECTOR (MALE)
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
2M IN / OUT-B
2M IN / OUT-C
PASOLINK Mx
PNMT
LCT
EOW1
EOW2
2M IN / OUT-A
SW
UNIT
2M INTFC-M
2M INTFC-S
MAINT
STATUS
ALM
1
R SW
TX
RX ODU IDU
2
ALM/AUX
SC IN/OUT
NE1
NE2
V11-PNMS-LAN
EOW
CALL RESET
Note1:Use
ISO
standardized
screw
(mm
unit) for D-SUB connector.
Note2:The
an
necessary to process.
asterisk
is
option.
It
is
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
D-SUB CONNECTOR (MALE)
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
D-SUB CONNECTOR (MALE)
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
*
*
However,
MOLEX
power
connector
is
appendid.
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)

Note3:The number corresponds to No. of

For 1+1 System

Fig. 3-5 Compornent of Installing System(2/2)

(2)Mounting Bracket

UNPACKING

There are four kinds the ODU mounting bracket by the mounting type, shown as follows.

1
1
3
3
2
2
4
4
   

QUANTITY

 

No.

DESCRIPTION

1+0

1+1

Remarks

1

Pole Mounting Waveguide Type

 

1 Fig4-5

1

See Para 4.3

2

Antenna Direct Pole Mounting Bracket

 

1 or 2

1

Fig 4-11

3

Wall Mounting Bracket

 

1 or 2

1

Fig4 -17

4

19"-rack Mounting Bracket

 

1 or 2

1

Fig4-19

Fig. 3-6 Packing List of Mounting Bracket

4. MOUNTING

MOUNTING

4. MOUNTING MOUNTING 4.1 IDU Mounting The installation procedure for the IDU is shown below. (a)

4.1 IDU Mounting

The installation procedure for the IDU is shown below.

(a)

Tool Required

Screwdriver

(b)

Procedure for Mounting and Dismounting

(1)

Mounting Mounting method of IDU is shown in Fig. 4-1 and Fig 4-2.

Note:

When the IDU is mounted on the center position, refer to Fig. 4-2.

(2)

Dismounting For dismounting IDU (if necessary), use the following procedure.

Step

Procedure

1 Hold the IDU so that it does not drop, and remove two screws each from both sides,

2 Dismount the IDU from the 19-inch rack.

4-2

MOUNTING

4-2 MOUNTING BRACKET SCREW BRACKET Step 1. Remove the two brackets from the IDU. Step 2.

BRACKET

4-2 MOUNTING BRACKET SCREW BRACKET Step 1. Remove the two brackets from the IDU. Step 2.

SCREW

BRACKET

Step 1.

Remove the two brackets from the IDU.

Step 2. Align the IDU to the mount position on the 19-inch rack. SCREW FLAT
Step 2.
Align the IDU to the mount
position on the 19-inch rack.
SCREW
FLAT WASHER
SCREW
FLAT WASHER

Step 3.

rack. SCREW FLAT WASHER SCREW FLAT WASHER Step 3. Step 4. To mount the IDU in
rack. SCREW FLAT WASHER SCREW FLAT WASHER Step 3. Step 4. To mount the IDU in

Step 4. To mount the IDU in a 19-inch rack, allow space more than 200 mm to the rear section and space for one unit to the top and bottom.

Fix each side of the IDU to the rack with the two screws (M5).

* More than 200 mm *
*
More than
200 mm
*

More than

one rack unit

More than

one rack unit

WALL

Note: * Normal setting for free space. When free space is closed within one rack unit, check the environment temperature is lower than +40°C.

Fig. 4-1 Standard Mounting of IDU

MOUNTING

4-3

Step 2.

Align the IDU to the mount position on the 19-inch rack.

SCREW

Step 1.

Mount the two brackets to IDU with the four screws.

Step 1. Mount the two brackets to IDU with the four screws. SCREW Step 3. To
Step 1. Mount the two brackets to IDU with the four screws. SCREW Step 3. To

SCREW

Mount the two brackets to IDU with the four screws. SCREW Step 3. To mount the

Step 3. To mount the IDU in a 19-inch rack, allow space more than 200 mm to the rear section and space for one unit to the top and bottom.

rear section and space for one unit to the top and bottom. FLAT WASHER S C

FLAT WASHER

SCREW

one unit to the top and bottom. FLAT WASHER S C R E W FLAT WASHER
one unit to the top and bottom. FLAT WASHER S C R E W FLAT WASHER
one unit to the top and bottom. FLAT WASHER S C R E W FLAT WASHER

FLAT WASHER

SCREW

More than * More than one rack unit 200 mm WALL More than * one
More than
*
More than
one rack unit
200 mm
WALL
More than
*
one rack unit

Note: * Normal setting for free space. When free space is closed within one rack unit, check the environment temperature is lower than +40°C.

Fig. 4-2 Mounting of IDU

(When space Between the wall and IDU is less than 200mm.)

MOUNTING

4.2 ODU Mounting

There are three types of mounting for the ODU: pole mounting, wall mounting and 19-inch rack mounting types. The tools for installation are listed in Table 4-1.

Table 4-1 Tools

TOOLS

STANDARD

SKETCH

1 Torque wrench or Wrench set

M5, M6,

 

M8,

M8,
 

M10

2 Hexagon

M5, M6

 

wrench

wrench

3 Screw driver

M2.6,

 

M3, M4,

M3, M4,

M5

4 Measure*

-

 

.

.

5 Center punch*

-

5 Center punch* -

6 Hammer *

-

6 Hammer * -

7 Electric drill *

-

7 Electric drill * -

Note: * Used for wall mounting.

MOUNTING

How to use small and large O-rings

Caution:

1. How to use small and large O-rings are shown in the following table. Two (small and large) O-rings are attached in 18-52 GHz band Andrew/RFS direct mount antenna. 13/15 GHz band antenna does not have small O-ring (Small O-ring is not used for Andrew/RFS direct mount antenna). If the small O-ring is used for ODU direct mount installation, a gap may occur between ODU and antenna for RF interface. This may cause transmit or receive level down.

Caution:

1. How to use small and large O-rings are shown in the

O-RING OF

O-RING

 

ATTACHEMENT

   

REMARKS

OF ANTENNA

SMALL SIZE

LARGE SIZE

ANT ODU

Not used

Used

Antenna direct mounting

ANT WG/ODU (18-52 GHz BAND)

Used

Not used

Waveguide connection

following table. Two (small and large) O-rings are attached in 18-52 GHz band Andrew/RFS direct mount antenna. 13/15 GHz band antenna does not have small O-ring (Small O-ring is not used for Andrew/RFS direct mount antenna). If the small O-ring is used for ODU direct mount installation, a gap may occur between ODU and antenna for RF interface. This may cause transmit or receive level down.

Note: 13/15 GHz antenna for direct mount is not possible to connect the ordinary waveguide flanges.

is not possible to connect the ordinary waveguide flanges. POSITION OF LARGE O-RING* POSITION OF SMALL

POSITION OF

LARGE O-RING*

the ordinary waveguide flanges. POSITION OF LARGE O-RING* POSITION OF SMALL O-RING* Notes: 1. * Do

POSITION OF

SMALL O-RING*

Notes: 1. *

Do

not

use

both

small

O-ring

and

large

O-ring

simultaneously. 2. Large O-ring size is different with frequency band as follows:

MOUNTING

32mm 35mm
32mm
35mm

Caution:

13-23 GHz BAND

26-52 GHz BAND

2. Don’t apply silicon grease to O-ring.

Fig. 4-3 O-ring Size

4.2.1 Pole Mounting

MOUNTING

Procedure for mounting and demounting are described below.

(a) Mounting The method of mounting is listed in Table 4-2.

Note: Remove protection metallic plate covering waveguide hole on the ODU.

Table 4-2 Pole Mounting

POLE MOUNTING

7/8 GHz BAND ODU

13-52 GHz BAND ODU

WAVEGUIDE

TYPE

ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNTING TYPE

Coaxial Cable Type Fig. 4-4 *

With PBR adapter Fig4-5 (See Para 4.3 Waveguide Connection)

Fig. 4-11 and Fig. 4-12

(With HYB) Fig. 4-13

— —

(With SPAN ATT) Fig. 4-14

— —

(b) Dismounting For dismounting ODU (if necessary), use the following procedure.

Step

Procedure

1 Remove the four fixed screws from the ODU,

2 Then dismount the ODU,

Procedure for polarization change are descrided below.

Table 4-3 Polarization Change

 

Polarization Change

 

Antenna

ODU

HYB

TX SPAN ATT

Fig.4-6

Fig.4-10

Fig.4-8

Fig.4-9

Fig.4-7

MOUNTING

7/ 8 GHz ODU MOUNTING (Con necting Coaxial Cable)

7/8 GHz ODU MOUNTING (Connecting Coaxial Cable)

7/ 8 GHz ODU MOUNTING (Con necting Coaxial Cable)

MOUNTING BRACKET

ODU MOUNTING (Con necting Coaxial Cable) MOUNTING BRACKET THIN NUT(M10) THICK NUT(M10) SPRING WASHER FLAT WASHER
ODU MOUNTING (Con necting Coaxial Cable) MOUNTING BRACKET THIN NUT(M10) THICK NUT(M10) SPRING WASHER FLAT WASHER

THIN NUT(M10)

THICK NUT(M10)

SPRING WASHER

FLAT WASHER

U-BOLT

Step 1.

Mount the bracket to the pole, point to the opposite station and tighten it with two U-bolts,

Note: The diameter of pole is from 48.5 to 114.5 millimeters.

The diameter of pole is from 48.5 to 114.5 millimeters. Step 2. Mount the ODU on

Step 2. Mount the ODU on to the bracket and tighten four screw (M6) at upper and lower parts of the ODU,

four screw (M6) at upper and lower parts of the ODU, M6 Tightening torque: 4.23 N

M6

Tightening torque: 4.23 N·m (Recommended)

of the ODU, M6 Tightening torque: 4.23 N · m (Recommended) Step 3. Check that th

Step 3.

Check that the ODU and the bracket are fixed at the specified values,

Caution: Before connecting the I/F cable between the IDU and ODU, using the circuit tester, check that the resistance of the I/F cable between center conductor and insulation is more than 100 M.

Fig. 4-4 7/8 GHz Band ODU, Pole Mounting (1/3)

MOUNTING

MOUNTING BRACKET COAXIAL CABLE ODU TIGHTEN BOLTS (M5) Step 4. Connect the Coaxial cable to the

BRACKET

MOUNTING BRACKET COAXIAL CABLE ODU TIGHTEN BOLTS (M5) Step 4. Connect the Coaxial cable to the
MOUNTING BRACKET COAXIAL CABLE ODU TIGHTEN BOLTS (M5) Step 4. Connect the Coaxial cable to the

COAXIAL

CABLE

ODU

TIGHTEN BOLTS (M5)

Step 4.

Connect the Coaxial cable to the RF IN/OUT connector of the ODU,

Step 5.

Down the cable fix bracket to fix the Coaxial cable, then tighten the two bolts,

Tightening torque: 3.14 N·m (Recommended)

COAXIAL CABLE
COAXIAL
CABLE
Tightening torque: 3.14 N·m (Recommended) COAXIAL CABLE POLE ODU Step 6. Install the Coaxial cables between

POLE

ODU

Step 6.

Install the Coaxial cables between the antenna and ODU.

Note: Fix the coaxial cable to the pole or member with cable hanger or cable ties after antenna orientation has been completed.

Caution: Wrap the coaxial cable connection points with a self- bonding tape for waterproof.

Fig. 4-4 7/8 GHz Band ODU, Pole Mounting (2/3)

MOUNTING

BOLT HYB N-Type * ODU
BOLT
HYB
N-Type *
ODU
MOUNTING BOLT HYB N-Type * ODU COAXIAL ANT No.1 ODU CABLE* POLE No.2 ODU BRACKET COAXIAL
MOUNTING BOLT HYB N-Type * ODU COAXIAL ANT No.1 ODU CABLE* POLE No.2 ODU BRACKET COAXIAL

COAXIAL

ANT

No.1 ODUMOUNTING BOLT HYB N-Type * ODU COAXIAL ANT CABLE* POLE No.2 ODU BRACKET COAXIAL CABLE TIGHTEN

MOUNTING BOLT HYB N-Type * ODU COAXIAL ANT No.1 ODU CABLE* POLE No.2 ODU BRACKET COAXIAL

CABLE*

MOUNTING BOLT HYB N-Type * ODU COAXIAL ANT No.1 ODU CABLE* POLE No.2 ODU BRACKET COAXIAL

POLE

BOLT HYB N-Type * ODU COAXIAL ANT No.1 ODU CABLE* POLE No.2 ODU BRACKET COAXIAL CABLE
BOLT HYB N-Type * ODU COAXIAL ANT No.1 ODU CABLE* POLE No.2 ODU BRACKET COAXIAL CABLE

No.2 ODU

BRACKET

COAXIAL

CABLE

TIGHTEN BOLTS (M5)

Tightening torque: 3.14 N·m (Recommended)

SIDE VIEW

Note: * When coaxial cable with SMA connector is used, the connectors are supplied by NEC.

Caution: Wrap the coaxial cable connection points with a self-bonding tape for waterproof.

USING HYB FOR 1+1 SYSTEM

Fig. 4-4 7/8 GHz Band ODU, Pole Mounting (3/3)

MOUNTING

13-52GHz POLE MOONTING WAVEGUIDE TYPE

ODU BRACKET SPRING WASHER Tightening torque: 3.14 N·m WASHER ATTACHMENT PBR ADAPTER
ODU BRACKET
SPRING WASHER
Tightening torque:
3.14 N·m
WASHER
ATTACHMENT
PBR ADAPTER

BOLT (M5 ×10)

Step 1. Mount the attachment with PBR adapter to the ODU bracket using ten bolts,

Note: Color of adapter is white.

ODU BRACKET U-BOLT Step 2. NUT
ODU BRACKET
U-BOLT
Step 2.
NUT

Loosen eight nuts and remove the two U-bolts from the ODU bracket,

Step 3. POLE ODU BRACKET FLAT WASHER SPRING WASHER THICK NUT (M10) THIN NUT (M10)
Step 3.
POLE
ODU BRACKET
FLAT WASHER
SPRING WASHER
THICK NUT (M10)
THIN NUT (M10)
Tightening torque:
33.93 N·m
U-BOLT
(Recommended)

Mount the ODU bracket to the pole with two U-bolts,

Note: The diameter of pole is from 48.5 to 114.5 millimetres.

Fig. 4-5 Pole Mounting Bracket for 13-52 GHz Waveguide Connection, Assembling

MOUNTING

ANTENA POLARIZATION CHANGE

MOUNTING ANTENA POLARI ZATION CHANGE Fig. 4-6 Note: The details are referred to the installation manual
MOUNTING ANTENA POLARI ZATION CHANGE Fig. 4-6 Note: The details are referred to the installation manual
MOUNTING ANTENA POLARI ZATION CHANGE Fig. 4-6 Note: The details are referred to the installation manual
MOUNTING ANTENA POLARI ZATION CHANGE Fig. 4-6 Note: The details are referred to the installation manual

Fig. 4-6

Note:

The details are referred to the installation manual which is attached to the antenna.

ANTENNA

Step 1.

Keep the antenna stand horizontally,

Step 2.

Loosen screws with Allen wrench,

Note: Do not remove the screw complete from the screw hole.

Hold the feed horn with hand.

Step 3.

Holding the feed horn with hand, rotate the feed horn by 90 degrees,

Top

feed horn with hand, rotate the feed horn by 90 degrees, Top Polarization V Top Polarization

Polarization

V

Top

rotate the feed horn by 90 degrees, Top Polarization V Top Polarization H Step 4. Fix

Polarization

H

Step 4.

Fix the feed horn, with screws that were loosened in step 2,

Antenna Polarization Change (Example)

Step

Note:

Procedure

MOUNTING

The details are referred to the installation manual which is attached to the antenna.

ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNTING TYPE

Note: The antenna is set to V-polarization when shipped from the factory.

1 If you change to H polarization, loosen the four screws with the Allen key wrench and then rotate the antenna connection unit, keeping the antenna stand horizontal.

SCREWS

keeping the antenna stand horizontal. S C R E W S V POLARIZATION SCREW ANTENNA CONNECTION

V POLARIZATION

SCREW

ANTENNA

CONNECTION

UNIT

Note: A large and a small gasket are included in the antenna package. Please use the large one (The small gasket is not used in antenna mount).

Fig. 4-7 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Polarization Change for Direct Mounting (1/2)

MOUNTING

Step

Procedure

2 Check that the aperture part of the connection unit is rotated by 90 degrees, then fix it with the screws that were loosened in step 1.

then fix it with the screws that were loosened in step 1. APERTURE H POLARIZATION Fig.

APERTURE

H POLARIZATION

Fig. 4-7 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Polarization Change for Direct Mounting (2/2)

MOUNTING

HYBRID POLARIZATION CHANGE

Note: The hybrid is set to V-polarization when shipped from the factory.

Step

Procedure

1 If you change to H polarization, loosen two screws, rotate the antenna connection unit and put the HYB horizontally.

the antenna connection unit and put the HYB horizontally. GUIDE PIN HYB ANTENNA CONNECTION UNIT V

GUIDE PIN

HYB

connection unit and put the HYB horizontally. GUIDE PIN HYB ANTENNA CONNECTION UNIT V POLARIZATION 2
connection unit and put the HYB horizontally. GUIDE PIN HYB ANTENNA CONNECTION UNIT V POLARIZATION 2

ANTENNA CONNECTION UNIT

V POLARIZATION

2 Check that aperture of the connection unit is rotated as shown below, then fix it with the two screws that were loosened in step 1.

fix it with the two screws that were loosened in step 1. SCREW (M2.6, 2EA) V

SCREW (M2.6, 2EA)

two screws that were loosened in step 1. SCREW (M2.6, 2EA) V POLARIZATION H POLARIZATION Fig.

V POLARIZATION

were loosened in step 1. SCREW (M2.6, 2EA) V POLARIZATION H POLARIZATION Fig. 4-8 13-52 GHz

H POLARIZATION

Fig. 4-8 13-52 GHz Band HYBRID Polarization Change

MOUNTING

TX SPAN ATT POLARIZATION CHANGE

Note: The TX ATT is set to V-polarization when shipped from the factory.

Step

Procedure

1 If you change to H polarization, loosen two screws, rotate the antenna connection unit and put the TX ATT horizontally.

antenna connection unit and put the TX ATT horizontally. GUIDE PIN TX ATT ANTENNA CONNECTION UNIT
antenna connection unit and put the TX ATT horizontally. GUIDE PIN TX ATT ANTENNA CONNECTION UNIT

GUIDE PIN

TX ATT

ANTENNA CONNECTION UNIT

V POLARIZATION

2 Check that aperture of the connection unit is rotated as shown below, then fix it with the two screws that were loosened in step 1.

Cross-Recessed Head Machine Screw

M2.6(2ea)

Plate-2
Plate-2
step 1. Cross-Recessed Head Machine Screw M2.6(2ea) Plate-2 Plate-1 V POLARIZATION H POLARIZATION Fig. 4-9 38/52

Plate-1

V POLARIZATION

Head Machine Screw M2.6(2ea) Plate-2 Plate-1 V POLARIZATION H POLARIZATION Fig. 4-9 38/52 GHz Band TX

H POLARIZATION

Fig. 4-9 38/52 GHz Band TX SPAN ATT Polarization Change

MOUNTING

ODU POLARIZATION CHANGE

GUIDE PIN

MOUNTING ODU POLARIZATION CHANGE GUIDE PIN PLATE MARKED WITH V Step 1. When vertical polarization is

PLATE MARKED WITH V

Step 1.

When vertical polarization

is

required, rotate the ODU so as to go up the plate marked V,

Step 2.

When horizontal

polarization

is

required, remove the guide pin fixed on the plate marked with V,

GUIDE PIN

the guide pin fixed on the plate marked with V, GUIDE PIN PLATE MARKED WITH H

PLATE MARKED WITH H

Note: When the ODU is mounted on to the NEC HYB, only V polarization is applied.

Step 3. Screw in the guide pin removed in step 2 to the screw hole of the plate marked H,

Step 4.

Rotate the ODU so as to go up the plate marked H,

UP RX LEV MON IFL FG
UP
RX LEV
MON
IFL
FG

PLATE MARKED WITH V

RX LEV MON IFL FG
RX LEV
MON
IFL
FG

PLATE MARKED WITH H

V POLARIZATION

H POLARIZATION

IFL FG PLATE MARKED WITH H V POLARIZATION H POLARIZATION UP Fig. 4-10 13-52 GHz Changing

UP

Fig. 4-10 13-52 GHz Changing V/H Polarization for Antenna/HYB Direct Mounting ODU

MOUNTING

ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNTING

Step

MOUNTING

Procedure

Note:

The details are referred to the installation manual which is attached to the antenna.

INSTALLATION BRACKET

1 Install the bracket to the antenna pole,

2 Mount antenna to the bracket,

ANDREW VHLP TYPE BRACKET

LOCK WASHER NUT WASHER
LOCK WASHER
NUT
WASHER

GUIDE PIN

HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN

LOCK WASHER NUT WASHER GUIDE PIN HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU
LOCK WASHER NUT WASHER GUIDE PIN HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU

Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (1/6)

MOUNTING

RFS SB1 TYPE BRACKET
RFS SB1 TYPE BRACKET

Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (2/6)

MOUNTING

RFS SB2 TYPE BRACKET
RFS SB2 TYPE BRACKET

RFS SB2 TYPE BRACKET

Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (3/6)

Step

Procedure

MOUNTING

3 Fix the ODU to the bracket by tightening the M6 screws (four locations),

Notes: 1. Figure shows V polarization.

2. Be careful not to damage the O-ring (Antenna).

3. The tightening torque is 4.0 N·m ± 10%.

GUIDE PIN

3. The tightening torque is 4.0 N·m ± 10%. GUIDE PIN O-RING HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN
O-RING
O-RING

HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN

ODU

Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (4/6)

HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN

O-RING RFS SB1 TYPE BRACKET
O-RING
RFS SB1 TYPE BRACKET

ODU

Notes: 1. Figure shows V polarization.

2. Be careful not to damage the O-ring (Antenna).

3. The tightening torque is 4.0 N·m ± 10%.

Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (5/6)

MOUNTING

MOUNTING Note: Set the ODU to the bracket after polarization of the ODU is confirmed. O

Note: Set the ODU to the bracket after polarization of the ODU is confirmed.

O Ring

bracket after polarization of the ODU is confirmed. O Ring Notes: 1. Figure shows V polarization.
bracket after polarization of the ODU is confirmed. O Ring Notes: 1. Figure shows V polarization.

Notes: 1. Figure shows V polarization.

2. Be careful not to damage the O-ring (Antenna).

3. The tightening torque is 4.0 N·m ± 10%.

Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (6/6)

Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (6/6) Step 4. Insert bracket to set

Step 4.

Insert

bracket to set the position of screws,

guide

pin

on

the

hole

of

to set the position of screws, guide pin on the hole of GUIDE PIN Fig. 4-12

GUIDE PIN

Fig. 4-12 Mounting of ODU for Antenna Direct Mounting Type (1/3)

ODU FLANGE

MOUNTING

ANTENNA FLANGE Caution: Align flanges on antenna and ODU correctly, and fix the ODU with
ANTENNA FLANGE
Caution: Align flanges on antenna and
ODU correctly, and fix the
ODU with four screws.
ODU
ANTENNA

Fig. 4-12 Mounting of ODU for Antenna Direct Mounting Type (2/3)

SCREWS

SCREWS

Step 5.

Fix the ODU to the bracket with four screws.

SCREWS Step 5. Fix the ODU to the bracket with four screws. Note: Torque: 4.23 N·m

Note: Torque: 4.23 N·m

to the bracket with four screws. Note: Torque: 4.23 N·m (Recommended) Fig. 4-12 Mounting of ODU

(Recommended)

with four screws. Note: Torque: 4.23 N·m (Recommended) Fig. 4-12 Mounting of ODU for Antenna Direct

Fig. 4-12 Mounting of ODU for Antenna Direct Mounting Type (3/3)

MOUNTING

ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNTING WITH HYB

Note:

The details are referred to the installation manual which is attached to the antenna.

the installation manual which is attached to the antenna. HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN O-RING GUIDE PIN

HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN

O-RING

which is attached to the antenna. HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN O-RING GUIDE PIN MOUNTING HOLE FOR

GUIDE PIN

MOUNTING HOLE FOR HYB

The tightening torque is 4.0 N·m ± 10%. Be careful not to damage the O-ring(Antenna).

ANDREW VHLP TYPE BRACKET

O-RING

dama ge the O-ring(Antenna). ANDREW VHLP TYPE BRACKET O-RING HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN MOUNTING HOLE FOR
dama ge the O-ring(Antenna). ANDREW VHLP TYPE BRACKET O-RING HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN MOUNTING HOLE FOR
dama ge the O-ring(Antenna). ANDREW VHLP TYPE BRACKET O-RING HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN MOUNTING HOLE FOR

HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN

MOUNTING HOLE FOR HYB

Note: The tightening torque is 4.0 N·m ± 10%.(Recommended). Be careful not to damage the O-ring (Antenna).

RFS SB1 TYPE BRACKET

Fig. 4-13 13-52 GHz Band ODU Mounting Using NEC Hybrid (1/3)

Step

Procedure

MOUNTING

1 Fix the bracket and handle to the HYB.

Procedure MOUNTING 1 Fix the bracket and handle to the HYB. M5 HEAD CAP SCREW Note;

M5 HEAD CAP SCREW

Note; Tightening torque is from 2 to 4 N·m

HEAD CAP SCREW Note; Tightening torque is from 2 to 4 N·m Bracket Handle 2 Check

Bracket

Handle

2 Check the polarization and fix the HYB to the antenna by tightening the M6 screws (four locations).

ANT

FLAT WASHER

GUIDE PIN M6 SCREW MOVE THE SHORT PLATE HYB O-ring SHORT PLATE
GUIDE PIN
M6 SCREW
MOVE THE
SHORT PLATE
HYB
O-ring
SHORT PLATE

3 Move short plates as shown in figure (both sides).

Fig. 4-13 13-52 GHz Band ODU Mounting Using NEC Hybrid (2/3)

MOUNTING

Step

Procedure

4 Insert the O-rings to the two ODU ports of the HYB.

5 Fix the two ODUs with hex screws (four locations) using the Allen key wrench.

Note: Be careful not to damage the O-rings (Hybrid). ODU O-ring ODU O-ring ODU
Note: Be careful not to damage the O-rings (Hybrid).
ODU
O-ring
ODU
O-ring
ODU

Fig. 4-13 13-52 GHz Band ODU Mounting Using NEC Hybrid (3/3)

MOUNTING

ANTENNA DIRECT MOUTING WITH TX SPAN ATT

Step

MOUNTING

TX SPAN ATT

Procedure

1 Check the polarization of the antenna connection unit of the TX ATT (Refer to CHANGING POLARIZATION description for the TX ATT.)

to CHANGING POLARIZATION description for the TX ATT.) TX ATT Antenna Connection Unit 2 Fix the

TX ATT

Antenna Connection Unit

2 Fix the TX ATT to the antenna by tightening the M6 screws (four locations).

Installation to antenna

Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw M6 x 30 (4ea)

Note; Tightening torque (M6) is 3 to 5 N·m (Recommended)

1 2

Tightening torque (M6) is 3 to 5 N·m (Recommended) 1 2 3 4 Flat Washer M6

3 4

Flat Washer M6 (4ea)

Guide Pin TX ATT
Guide Pin
TX ATT

Antenna

Tighten the each screw equally and carefully by wrench at diagonal position.

Packing (Supplied by Antenna)

Fig. 4-14 38/52 GHz Band ODU Mounting Using NEC TX SPAN ATT (1/2)

MOUNTING

Step

Procedure

3 Insert the O-rings to port of the ODU.

4 Fix the ODU with hex screws (four locations) using the Allen key wrench.

Note: Be careful not to damage the O-rings (TX ATT).

Attachment of ODU

ODU should be attached by turning V up.

O-Ring TX ATT (Packing) TOP VIEW TOP Antenna TX ATT ODU
O-Ring
TX ATT
(Packing)
TOP VIEW
TOP
Antenna
TX ATT
ODU

Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw M6 (Supplied by NEC with ODU)

NEC ODU

Head Cap Screw M6 (Supplied by NEC with ODU) NEC ODU ODU side view O-Ring (Packing)

ODU side view

O-Ring

(Packing)

SIDE VIEW

Fig. 4-14 38/52 GHz Band ODU Mounting Using NEC TX SPAN ATT (2/2)

MOUNTING

ODU DEMOUNTING FROM HYB

Step

Procedure

1 Remove the four (or six) fixed bolts from the ODU.

2 Then demount the ODU.

Note: When demounting the ODU from HYB, mount the attached SHORT PLATE to the demounted port of the HYB to avoid RF power leaking from the hybrid and for waterproofing.

MOUNTING HOLE FOR SHORT PLATE

hybr id and for waterproofing. MOUNTING HOLE FOR SHORT PLATE SHORT PLATE MOUNTING SHORT PLATE TO

SHORT

PLATE

MOUNTING SHORT PLATE TO THE ODU PORT

Fig. 4-15 13-52 GHz Band ODU Demounting

4.2.2 Wall Mounting

MOUNTING

Procedure for mounting and demounting are described below.

(a)

(b)

Step

Mounting The method of mounting is listed in Table 4-4.

Table 4-4 Wall Mounting

Notes

WALL

MOUNTING

1

Fig. 4-16

2

Fig. 4-17

mounted

reassemble the bracket to the right position by the

procedure described in Fig. 4-18. 2. 7/8 GHz band ODU does not apply for waveguide interface.

side,

1. When

the

ODU

is

on

the

opposite

Demounting For demounting ODU (if necessary), use the following procedure.

Procedure

1 Remove the four fixed bolts from the ODU,

2 Then demount the ODU.

MOUNTING

Step 1.

220 100 100 Unit : mm Step 2. 60 Unit : mm
220
100
100
Unit : mm
Step 2.
60
Unit : mm

Using a center punch and hammer, mark the ODU wall for drilling holes with dimensions shown at left,

Using an electric drill, drill the guide holes (φ4.8),

60

60
60
60
an electric drill, drill the guide holes ( φ 4.8), 60 Unit : mm Step 3.
an electric drill, drill the guide holes ( φ 4.8), 60 Unit : mm Step 3.

Unit : mm

Step 3.

Also,drill

the

specified

holes

(φ18),

Fig. 4-16 ODU, Waveguide Type of Wall Mounting (1/2)

PLUG BOLT
PLUG BOLT
BOLT
BOLT

MOUNTING

Step 4.

Remove debris from the specified hole and insert a plug-bolt into it,

Step 5.

Make sure to insert the plug-bolt fully,

Step 6.

Screw the bolt using a wrench or monkey wrench,

Step 7.

Remove the bolt only.

Fig. 4-16 ODU, Waveguide Type of Wall Mounting (2/2)

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MOUNTING

Step 2.

Mount the ODU with four screws (M6) on the ODU, after the guide pin of the ODU and the guide holl of the braket is matched.

Step 1. Fix the wall mounting bracket to the wall with the six bolts (M6).
Step 1.
Fix the wall mounting bracket to
the wall with the six bolts (M6).
Note:
When the ODU is mounted on the opposite side,
reassemble the ODU to the right position by the
procedure described in Fig. 4-16.
FLAT WASHER *
SPRING WASHER *
BOLT *
Note:
Tighten to 4.23 N·m torque.
Note:
*Anchor bolts of 10 mm dia. shall
be prepared by the customer.

Step 3.

Check that the ODU and mounting bracket are fixed firmly and vertically.

that the ODU and mounting bracket are fixed firmly and vertically. Fig. 4-17 ODU, Waveguide Type
that the ODU and mounting bracket are fixed firmly and vertically. Fig. 4-17 ODU, Waveguide Type

Fig. 4-17 ODU, Waveguide Type Wall Mounting Type

MOUNTING

SCREW BRACKET-1 SCREW
SCREW
BRACKET-1
SCREW

Step 1. Loosen four screws, remove bracket-1 from wall mounting type bracket,

Step 2. SCREW BRACKET-2
Step 2.
SCREW
BRACKET-2

Loosen

two

screws,

remove

bracket-2 from the bracket-1,

Fig. 4-18 Wall Mounting Bracket, Reassembly (1/2)

MOUNTING

Step 3. BRACKET-1 Step 4. SCREW SPRING WASHER BRACKET-2 WASHER
Step 3.
BRACKET-1
Step 4.
SCREW
SPRING WASHER
BRACKET-2
WASHER

Turn the bracket-1 as shown at left,

Mount the bracket-1 and the braket-2.

Step 5. FLAT WASHER SPRING WASHER SCREW (M6)
Step 5.
FLAT WASHER
SPRING WASHER
SCREW (M6)

Mount the bracket shown at left with four screws.

Fig. 4-18 Wall Mounting Bracket, Reassembly (2/2)

4.2.3 19-inch Rack Mounting

MOUNTING

Procedure for mounting and demounting are described below.

(a)

Mounting The method of mounting is shown in Fig. 4-19.

(b)

Demounting For demounting ODU (if necessary), use the following procedure.

Step

Procedure

1 Remove the four fixed screws from the ODU,

2 Then demount the ODU.

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MOUNTING

Step 1.

Fix the bracket on the 19-inch rack with six fixing bolts.

Step 2.

Note:

Mount the ODU on the bracket with four fixing screws, after the guide pin of the guide holl of the braket is matched.

Tighten to 4.23 N·cm torque. (Recommended)

Step 3.

Check that the ODU and mounting bracket are fixed firmly and vertically.

FLAT WASHER SCREW (M6) SPRING WASHER
FLAT WASHER
SCREW (M6)
SPRING WASHER
bracket are fixed firm ly and vertically. FLAT WASHER SCREW (M6) SPRING WASHER Fig. 4-19 ODU,

Fig. 4-19 ODU, 19-inch Rack Mounting

4.3 Waveguide Connection

MOUNTING

The connection method of the waveguide type ODU is described in following procedure.

Step

Procedure

1 Insert the O-ring to the flange face of the ODU.

2 Conect the waveguide to the ODU, fix the waveguide to the ODU with four bolts. (M4).

Note: -Be careful not to damage the O-ring.

-Four bolts are tightened so that there is space on the flange face by even torque.

O- RING WAVEGUIDE WASHER
O- RING
WAVEGUIDE
WASHER
the flange face by even torque. O- RING WAVEGUIDE WASHER BOLT (M4) SPRING WASHER Notes: 1.
the flange face by even torque. O- RING WAVEGUIDE WASHER BOLT (M4) SPRING WASHER Notes: 1.

BOLT (M4)

SPRING WASHER

Notes:

1. Use suitable flange adapter between ODU and waveguide depending on the waveguide type.

2. Connection of the waveguide is the same way as ODU is wall mounted or 19-inch rack mounted.

The connection method of the antenna direct mounting type ODU is referred to the following procedure.

Step

Procedure

1 Mount the ODU bracket to the pole with two U-bolts,

Note: The diameter of the pole is from 48.5 to 114.5 millimeters.

MOUNTING

Step

Procedure

POLE ODU BRACKET FLAT WASHER SPRING WASHER THICK NUT (M10) THIN NUT (M10) U-BOLT
POLE
ODU BRACKET
FLAT WASHER
SPRING WASHER
THICK NUT (M10)
THIN NUT (M10)
U-BOLT

Tightening torque: 33.93 N·m (Recommended)

2 Mount the ODU to the ODU bracket with attached four bolts (Align the guide pins on the ODU and the guide holes on the bracket),

GUIDE PIN O-RING (Note) ODU BRACKET
GUIDE PIN
O-RING
(Note)
ODU BRACKET

Antenna direct mounting type ODU with NEC special flange.

Note: Be careful not to damage the O-ring.

3 Make sure that the ODU and the ODU bracket are fixed at specified values.

Step

Procedure

MOUNTING

4 Connect the waveguide to the ODU with four bolts. (M4).

Note: -Be careful not to damage the O-ring attached to the PBR adapter.

-Four bolts are tightened so that there is no spaw on the flange face by even torque.

O-RING WAVEGUIDE WITH PBR( ) FLANGE
O-RING
WAVEGUIDE
WITH PBR( ) FLANGE

WASHER

SPRING WASHER

BOLT (M4)

FRAME GROUNDING

5. FRAME GROUNDING

FRAME GROUNDING 5. FRAME GROUNDING In mounting IDU and ODU, perform fr ame grounding. Location of

In mounting IDU and ODU, perform frame grounding. Location of frame grounding in each of the IDU and ODU is shown in Fig. 5-1, and connection for frame grounding is shown in Fig. 5-2.

Note: Connections for frame grounding are examples.

2M IN / OUT-A 2M IN / OUT-B 2M IN / OUT-C PASOLINK Mx PNMT
2M IN / OUT-A
2M IN / OUT-B
2M IN / OUT-C
PASOLINK Mx
PNMT
LCT
EOW1
EOW2
IF
IN / OUT
MAINT ODU IDU
PWR
2M INTFC-M
2M INTFC-S
PWR
R
SW
NE1
NE2
V11-PNMS-LAN
EOW
CALL RESET
ALM/AUX
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
SC IN/OUT
(IDU for 1+0 System)
Connect the ground cable.
Connect the ground cable. MD UNIT MD UNIT ! -43V OUTPUT ! -43V OUTPUT Power
Connect the ground cable.
MD UNIT
MD UNIT
!
-43V OUTPUT
!
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
PWR
PWR
IF
IN / OUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
IF
IN / OUT
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
2M IN / OUT-A
2M IN / OUT-B
2M IN / OUT-C
PASOLINK Mx
PNMT
LCT
EOW1
EOW2
SW
UNIT
2M INTFC-M
2M INTFC-S
MAINT
STATUS
ALM
1
R
SW
TX
RX ODU IDU
2
ALM/AUX
SC IN/OUT
NE1
NE2
V11-PNMS-LAN
EOW
CALL RESET
(IDU for 1+1 System) RX LEV MON IFL FG Connect the ground cable.
(IDU for 1+1 System)
RX LEV
MON
IFL
FG
Connect the ground cable.

Fig. 5-1 Location of Frame Ground

FRAME GROUNDING

LIGHTNING ROD OUTDOOR EARTH TERMINAL (EXISTING OR CUSTOMER SUPPLIED PROTECT AREA 30 ° 30° ODU
LIGHTNING ROD
OUTDOOR EARTH TERMINAL
(EXISTING OR CUSTOMER SUPPLIED
PROTECT AREA
30 °
30°
ODU
EARTH LINE
INDOOR EARTH TERMINAL
COAXIAL
CABLE
IDU
EARTH LINE
GROUND
EARTH LINE (Grounding-resistance less than 10 ohms)
LEVEL

Caution 1:

When the antenna and ODU have separated, the antenna is mounted on the protection area.

Caution 2: To avoid surge currents caused by lightning circulating in the equipment earth system, connect the equipment earth system (frame ground) to ground of lightning rod at ground level.

Install the ODU within the area protected by lightning rod.

Fig. 5-2 Connection for Frame Grounding (1/2)

FRAME GROUNDING

LIGHTNING ROD ODU FG Grounding cable for ODU should be connected to the nearest EP
LIGHTNING ROD
ODU
FG
Grounding cable for ODU should be
connected to the nearest EP of the tower.
EP
EARTH LINE
ISOLATED FROM
TOWER
(Grounding-resistance:
EARTH LINE*
(Grounding-resistance:
less than 10 ohms)
(Grounding-resistance of tower:
less than 10 ohms)
less than 10 ohms)
COAXIAL CABLE
INDOOR EARTH
TERMINAL
IDU
GROUND
LEVEL

Coution:Install the Antenna within the area protected by lighhtning rod.

Note: * NEC recommends that frame ground of ODU should be connected to earth line as NEC’s standard installation. EP : Earthing Point of tower FG : Frame Ground terminal This connection is an example.

Fig. 5-2 Connection for Frame Grounding (2/2)

FRAME GROUNDING

Termination of Grounding Cable

Step 1

The material and tools are prepard.

Termination of Grounding Cable Step 1 The material and tools are prepard. Step 2 Connect the

Step 2

Connect the cable to the terminal.

Termination of Grounding Cable Step 1 The material and tools are prepard. Step 2 Connect the

CABLE TERMINATION

6. CABLE TERMINATION

CABLE TERMINATION 6. CABLE TERMINATION This section describes the cable termination method. Th e necessary tools

This section describes the cable termination method. The necessary tools and materials are summarized in Table 6-1. The following cables are described for reference.

• D-sub connector

• N-P connector of the L angle type

• N-P connector of the straight type

• Molex M5557-4R connector

Note: Use ISO standardized screw (mm unit) for D-SUB connector.

Table 6-1 Tools and Material List

No.

NAME

REMARKS

1

Soldering Iron

 

2

Screw Driver

 

3

Knife

 

4

Measure

 

5

Wire Stripper

 

6

Adjustable Wrench

 
   

CL250-0012-2/

For D-Sub connector

7

Hand Crimping Tool

CL250-0013-5

57026-5000/

For Molex connector

   

57027-5000

8

Solder

 

ROI-S04934

CABLE TERMINATION

6.1 Terminating Supervisory Cables with D-Sub Connector

50 mm
50 mm

CABLE

Supervisory Cables with D-Sub Connector 50 mm CABLE 4 mm WIRE WIRE W I R E
4 mm
4 mm

WIRE

WIRE

Cables with D-Sub Connector 50 mm CABLE 4 mm WIRE WIRE W I R E SOCKET

WIRE

SOCKET CONTACT

50 mm CABLE 4 mm WIRE WIRE W I R E SOCKET CONTACT Step 1. Strip

Step 1. Strip back the cable sheath, taking care not to damage the braided shield,

Step 2. Fold back the braided shield (do not separate the strands) and trim it as shown,

Step 3. Remove the insulation over a length of 4 mm from the end of the wire,

WIRE

CONFORMABLE SOCKET CONTACT

AWG#20-24 :

CD-PC-111

AWG#24-28 :

CD-PC-121

Step 4. Insert the cable into the socket contact,

Step 5. Cable should be fitted, so that insulation and bare wire are arranged as shown,

CABLE TERMINATION

HAND CRIMPING TOOL (HRS TC-CD-111/TC-CD-121)
HAND CRIMPING TOOL
(HRS TC-CD-111/TC-CD-121)

WIRE SIDE

HAND CRIMPING TOOL (HRS TC-CD-111/TC-CD-121) WIRE SIDE SOCKET CONTACT WIRE ROI-S04934 Step 6. Mount the socket

SOCKET CONTACT

WIRE

ROI-S04934

Step 6. Mount the socket contact using a hand crimping tool,

WIRE

CONFORMING SOCKET CONTACT

AWG#20-24 :

TC-CD-111

AWG#24-28 :

TC-CD-121

Step 7. Recheck that the wire position is as shown in step 5 before crimping the socket contact (see illustration at left),

ROI-S04934

ROI-S04934 METALLIC SHIELD TAPE CABLE CLAMPER PLUG CASE CABLE TERMINATION Step 8. Wind the metallic shield

METALLIC SHIELD TAPE

CABLE CLAMPER
CABLE CLAMPER

PLUG CASE

CABLE TERMINATION

Step 8. Wind the metallic shield tape on the braided shield,

Step 9. Set the cable into the plug case as shown in figure,

Then, fit the cable using the cable clamper and two screws,

CABLE TERMINATION

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CIRCLE A DRAIN WIRE CIRCLE B
CIRCLE A
DRAIN WIRE
CIRCLE B

Step 10. Referring to circle A, fix drain wire with screw,

Step 11. Referring to circle B, insert each wire to the specified position,

Insert the socket contacts into the upper and lower row positions while taking care that the socket contacts are inserted the right way round,

(refer to para 3.1 Interface Terminal and Jacks in the MDP Modulator-Demodulator in MDP equipment description)

SCREW

ROI-S04934

SCREW PLUG CASE
SCREW
PLUG CASE

CABLE TERMINATION

Step 12. Fix

the

plug

case

with

two

screws, as shown in the figure.

CABLE TERMINATION

ROI-S04934

6.2 Terminating Coaxial (IF Signal) with N-P Connector (L Angle Type)

KOMINE made

Step 1. First fit the tying metal, washer and gasket on the cable,

GASKET WASHER TYING METAL
GASKET
WASHER
TYING METAL

CABLE

CLAMP

Step 2. Strip back the cable sheath, taking care not to damage the braided shield, and fit the clamp,

9 mm
9 mm
Step 3. Fold back the braided shield (separating the strands of the braid) and trim
Step 3. Fold
back
the
braided
shield
(separating
the
strands
of
the
braid) and trim it,

Note: Pay attention not to damage the plait.

ROI-S04934

CABLE TERMINATION

Step 4. Insert the ferrule,

ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION Step 4. Insert the ferrule, FERRULE Step 5. Fit the bush, BUSH Step

FERRULE

Step 5. Fit the bush,

Step 4. Insert the ferrule, FERRULE Step 5. Fit the bush, BUSH Step 6. Cut the

BUSH

Step 6. Cut the aluminium fail and inner insulator away along the bush and remain the inner conductor,

away along the bush and remain the inner conductor, Step 7. Taper the edge of the

Step 7. Taper the edge of the center conductor using a file as shown in the circle,

Note :Pay attention not to protrusions and indents.
Note :Pay
attention
not
to
protrusions and indents.

occur

CABLE TERMINATION

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Step 8. Mount the contact onto the center conductor and mount insulator onto the contact,
Step 8. Mount the contact onto the center
conductor and mount insulator
onto the contact,
INSULATOR
CONTACT
Step 9. Insert the cable into the shell,

Step 10. Tighten tying metal with wrench point by wrench (Tighten with torque 4 to 10 N·m).

LESS THAN 0.1 mm (USUALLY NO GAPS) WRENCH POINT
LESS THAN 0.1 mm
(USUALLY NO GAPS)
WRENCH POINT

ROI-S04934

CABLE TERMINATION

Terminating Coaxial (IF Signal) with N-P Connector (L Angle Type)

HIROSE made

(IF Si gnal) with N-P Connector (L Angle Type) HIROSE made Step 1. Pass the washer
(IF Si gnal) with N-P Connector (L Angle Type) HIROSE made Step 1. Pass the washer

Step 1. Pass

the

washer

cable in the order shown in the

figure.

the

the

tightening

the

nut,

on

and

gasket

Then, strip the cable jacket in the diameter shown in the figure.

Note: Be careful for insertion direction of the gasket and the tightening nut.

Note: Be careful not to damage the outer conductor.

[Applicable cable : 8D-FB-E]

Step 2-1. Insert the clamp to the clamp to the stripped cable jacket end, Open the end of the outer conductor a little,

Step 2-2. Insert plastic

the

tape

hood

with

between

the

aluminium

foil and the outer conductor,

Note: Use the insertion stick which open the hole of about φ9. No gap is allowed in between the clamp, the outer conductor and the hood.

CABLE TERMINATION

CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934 Step 3-1. After inserting the hood, cut off the plastic tape with aluminium
CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934 Step 3-1. After inserting the hood, cut off the plastic tape with aluminium

ROI-S04934

Step 3-1. After inserting the hood, cut off the plastic tape with aluminium foil and the dielectric at A- surface,

Step 3-2. Cut off the part of the outer conductor exceeding the clamp rim with a knife,

Step 3-3. Check that distance between the tip of the center conductor and A-surface is 6 to 7 mm,

If it is 7 mm or more, cut the center conductor,

Note: Be careful not to damage the center conductor,

Note: Chamfer at the tip of the center conductor,

Note: There shall be no evidence of deviation or deformation or burr

at

conductor.

the

tip

of

the

center

Step 4. Insert the insulation washer to the center conductor, and engage it the F/F contact,

Note: No gap is allowed in between the F/F contact, the insulation washer, and the dielectric.

Note: The

assembly

unit

after

the

completion

of

this

process

is

called "block".

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ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION Step 5. Combine the convex part of the clamp to the concave part
ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION Step 5. Combine the convex part of the clamp to the concave part
ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION Step 5. Combine the convex part of the clamp to the concave part

CABLE TERMINATION

Step 5. Combine the convex part of the clamp to the concave part of the gasket, Then insert this block to the shell,

Note: Insert the hood until it hits the B- surface.

shell, Note: Insert the hood until it hits the B- surface. Step 6. Tighten the tightening

Step 6. Tighten the tightening nut sufficiently until the gasket is cut by the clamp and the tip of the clamp hits the washer,

Note: Torque

for

shall be 8 to 30Nm.

the

tightening

nut

Note: When tightening the nut, tighten with wrench at the wrench at the wrench flat.

Note: Distance between the tightening nut and the LP shell is 1.85 to 2.1 mm for reference. Tighten the nut sufficiently.

L-type dimension and cutting length of the cable.

Specified length L: Cutting length L25.

CABLE TERMINATION

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6.3 Terminating Coaxial (IF Signal) Cables with N-P Connector (Straight Type)

In case of marking “NDK” on connector, please ask NEC for cable processing.

LOCK NUT

WASHER

GASKET

CABLE
CABLE

CLAMP A

for cable processing. LOCK NUT WASHER GASKET CABLE CLAMP A L CLAMP B CUT 4 .

L

CLAMP B

CUT
CUT

4.0 mm

Step 1. First fit the lock nut, washer and gasket on the cable as shown,

Step 2. Strip back the cable sheath, taking care not to damage the braided shield, and fit the clamp A,

 

CABLE

LENGTH

CONNECTOR

TYPE

 

(L)

N260

5D-FB

25

mm

N227

8D-FB

25

mm

N228

10D-FB

27

mm

N229

12D-FB

27

mm

Step 3. Fold

back

the

braided

shield

(separating

the

strands

of

the

braid) and trim it,

Step 4. Cut away the insulation from the center conductor and fit the clamp B. Be sure not to cut or scratch the conductor while stripping the insulation,

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ROI-S04934 1.5 mm 12 mm CENTER CONTACT TAPERING SIDE INSULATOR CABLE TERMINATION Step 5. Cut the

1.5 mm

12 mm

ROI-S04934 1.5 mm 12 mm CENTER CONTACT TAPERING SIDE INSULATOR CABLE TERMINATION Step 5. Cut the

CENTER CONTACT

TAPERING SIDE

ROI-S04934 1.5 mm 12 mm CENTER CONTACT TAPERING SIDE INSULATOR CABLE TERMINATION Step 5. Cut the

INSULATOR

CABLE TERMINATION

Step 5. Cut the center conductor. Taper the end of the center conductor using a file as shown in the circle,

Step 6. Mount the center contact onto the center conductor as shown,

Note: Insert

the

center

contact

into

insulator (1.5 mm).

 

Step 7. Mount

the

insulator

onto

the

center contact,

CABLE TERMINATION

CONNECTOR SHELL

ROI-S04934

Step 8. Insert the cable into the connector shell,

Step 8. Insert the cable into the connector shell, Less than 0.5 mm LOCK NUT Step

Less than 0.5 mm

Step 8. Insert the cable into the connector shell, Less than 0.5 mm LOCK NUT Step

LOCK NUT

Step 9. Tighten the lock nut.

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CABLE TERMINATION

6.4 Terminating Power Supply Cables with Molex Connector

6.4 Terminating Power Supply Cables with Molex Connector 3.0 to 3.5 mm POWER SUPPLY CABLE FOR
3.0 to 3.5 mm
3.0 to 3.5 mm

POWER SUPPLY CABLE FOR 48 V, 1A

HAND CRIMPING TOOL ( 57026-5000 Molex ) or 57027-5000
HAND CRIMPING TOOL
(
57026-5000 Molex
)
or 57027-5000

1

2

Step 1.

Remove

insulation,

3.0

CABLE

to

AWG#18-24

3.5

mm

of

Step 2. Set the socket contact to the

following position onto a hand crimping tool,

HAND CRIMPING

OUTSIDE DIAMETER

SET

TOOL TYPE

OF CABLE

POSITION

57026-5000

φ 1.5 to 1.8

1

φ 1.8 to 2.2

2

57027-5000

φ 2.3 to 2.6

1

φ 2.6 to 3.1

2

CABLE TERMINATION

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CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934 INSULATION BARREL WIRE BARREL WIRE STRIP LENGTH Step 3. Squeeze the handle of

INSULATION BARREL

CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934 INSULATION BARREL WIRE BARREL WIRE STRIP LENGTH Step 3. Squeeze the handle of

WIRE BARREL

CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934 INSULATION BARREL WIRE BARREL WIRE STRIP LENGTH Step 3. Squeeze the handle of

WIRE STRIP LENGTH

Step 3.

Squeeze the handle of the hand crimping tool, insert cable into socket contact,

Step 4.

Cable should fit, so insulation and bare wire are arranged as shown,

Step 5. Squeeze the handle of the hand crimping tool until ratchet is released,

Step 6.

-48V POWER CONNECTOR
-48V
POWER CONNECTOR

0 V

Insert socket contacts into the power connector till they lock.

CABLE TERMINATION

6.5 Cable Assembling for MDR Interface

(1)

MDR - D-sub Interface Cable (D-sub 37 Male - MDR68/36 Female) Interface cable with MDR and D-sub connectors are described below. (Refer to (2) for D-sub 37 Female - MDR68/36 Female)

C D-sub37 Male A B A MDR68 Female D-sub37 Male MDR36 Female D-sub37 Male B
C
D-sub37 Male
A
B
A
MDR68
Female
D-sub37 Male
MDR36
Female
D-sub37 Male
B

Pin assignment of the cable wiring are refered to Table 2-5 to Table 2-9.

Note: If the D-sub connector is not used, cut the cable at the D-sub connector and attach other connector for user’s own convenience. (MDR cable length is approx. 40 cm and wire size is AWG#28.)

(a) Interface Cable with MDR and D-sub (Mail) Connectors

The interface cables are connected with D-sub connectors to extend.

D-sub37 Female D-sub37 Male ! -43V OUTPUT MD UNIT ! -43V OUTPUT MD UNIT Power
D-sub37 Female
D-sub37 Male
!
-43V OUTPUT
MD UNIT
!
-43V OUTPUT
MD UNIT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
PWR
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
PWR
IF
IN / OUT
IF
IN / OUT
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
FUSE (7.5A)
SEL V
2M IN / OUT-A
2M IN / OUT-B
2M IN / OUT-C
PASOLINK Mx
PNMT
LCT
EOW1
EOW2
SW