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Installation Handbook

Alcatel 1662SMC
STM 4/16 Compact Multiservice Node

1662SMC Rel.2.1

3AL 98104 ABAA Ed.01

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HANDBOOK
1662SMC Rel. 2.1 Technical Handbook

ANV Part No.


3AL 98104 AAAA

SAFETY RULES
Before carrying out any installation, turn-on, tests & operation and maintenance operations, read
carefully the Safety Rules described Technical Handbook
s section HANDBOOK GUIDE.

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Table of Contents
1.

UNPACKING AND WAREHOUSING............................................................................................... 5


1.1. General ...................................................................................................................................... 5
1.2. Unpacking .................................................................................................................................. 6
1.2.1. Preliminary checks.............................................................................................................. 6
1.2.2. Unpacking .......................................................................................................................... 6
1.3. Warehousing.............................................................................................................................. 6

2.

MECHANICAL INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................... 8


2.1. Subrack insertion into the rack..................................................................................................... 9
2.1.1. 19racks ............................................................................................................................ 9
2.1.2. 21rack (S9, OPTINEX) .....................................................................................................10
2.2. Mechanical Structure .................................................................................................................12
2.3. Fans shelf 19...........................................................................................................................13

3.

1662SMC ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL INSTALLATION...............................................................14


3.1. Equipping rules for the 1662SMC equipment ...............................................................................17
3.2. 2 Mbit/s Tributary connections ....................................................................................................19
3.2.1. 2 Mbit/s (75 ohms) connections ..........................................................................................20
3.2.2. 2 Mbit/s (120 ohm) connections. .........................................................................................21
3.2.3. 63*2Mbit Access 4TE .........................................................................................................23
3.2.4. 63*2Mbit Access 12TE .......................................................................................................30
3.3. 34 and 45 Mbit/s connections .....................................................................................................31
3.4. Electrical/optical STM -1 connections ...........................................................................................33
3.4.1. 4 x STM-1 electrical ports 75 Ohm ......................................................................................33
3.4.2. 4 x STM-1 or 4 x 140/STM -1 switchable electrical/optical port ...............................................35
3.5. SYNTH16 connections ...............................................................................................................39
3.6. STM -4 connections ....................................................................................................................41
3.7. Ethernet ports connections .........................................................................................................42
3.7.1. Mounting ETHERNET ports on equipment installed for the first time with subracks equipped
with the new duct...........................................................................................................................44
3.7.2. Ethernet cable connectorization specification (single cable) ..................................................44
3.7.3. Multiple Ethernet 11/14 cable .............................................................................................45
3.8. ISA-ES1 8FE Ethernet ports connections ....................................................................................46
3.8.1. Ethernet cable connectorization specification (single cable) .................................48
3.9. ISA-ES1 8FX Ethernet ports connections ....................................................................................49
3.10. Optical STM -1/4 installation procedure........................................................................................51
3.11. Electrical STM-1 installation procedure........................................................................................54
3.12. Optical ATM 4 x 4 connection .....................................................................................................56
3.13. Housekeeping and Remote Alarms Connections .........................................................................57
3.14. RM Interface Connections (Rack lamps)......................................................................................59
3.15. QMD (Q2) Interface Connections ................................................................................................60
3.16. Q3 10 base 2 (BNC) Interface Connections .................................................................................61
3.17. Q3 10 base T (RJ45) Interface Connections ................................................................................61
3.18. G.703, RS 232 and V11 Aux. Channels.......................................................................................63
3.19. Ext. 2 MHz & Sync. and 2 Mbits Auxiliary channels connections ...................................................65
3.20. RJ11 Telephone extension connections ......................................................................................67
3.21. Phone Jack ...............................................................................................................................67
3.22. Power Supply Connections .........................................................................................................69
3.23. Enhanced SERGI connection .....................................................................................................70

4.

MECHANICAL INSTALLATION .....................................................................................................78


4.1. Rack description........................................................................................................................78
4.2. Fan shelf installation ..................................................................................................................78
4.3. Install shelf Step One ...............................................................................................................79
4.4. Install shelf Step two ................................................................................................................80
4.5. Install shelf Step three .............................................................................................................80
4.6. Install shelf Step four................................................................................................................82
4.7. Fan electrical installation ............................................................................................................82
4.8. Power supply connections ..........................................................................................................83
4.9. Arrange power cables ................................................................................................................86
4.10. Maintenance..............................................................................................................................86
4.10.1. To filter..............................................................................................................................86
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4.10.2. To fan drawer .................................................................................................................... 86


To connectors ............................................................................................................................... 86
To plastic box ................................................................................................................................ 88
5.

ANNEXES .................................................................................................................................... 89
5.1. ANNEX 1.-Parts making up the installation set ............................................................................ 89
5.2. Annex 2.-suggested cabling ....................................................................................................... 92
5.3. ANNEX 3.-FANS SUBRACK PART LIST (19
VERSION) ............................................................ 93

Figure
Figure 1. 1662SMC Subrack and tow adapters ..........................................................................................8
Figure 2. 1662SMC subrack insertion into the 19rack ..............................................................................9
Figure 3 Insertion of one 1662SMC subrack and adapters into the 21 S9 rack......................................... 10
Figure 4 Insertion of one 1662SMC subrack and adapters into the 21optinex rack ................................... 11
Figure 5 Machanical structue of 1662SMC.............................................................................................. 12
Figure 6. Insertion of fan shelf 19into the rack ....................................................................................... 13
Figure 7. Connection points for installation .............................................................................................. 15
Figure 8. Port card (2 Mbit/s) and access module relationship .................................................................. 19
Figure 9. 21x2 Mbit/s (75 ohm) module connections ................................................................................ 20
Figure 10. 7x2 Mbit/s (120 ohm) physical connection (T1-T3) ................................................................... 21
Figure 11. 21x2 Mbit/s (120 ohm ) Module connections ............................................................................ 22
Figure 12 Access 4TE (75Ohm&120Ohm)Moudule connections ............................................................... 24
Figure 13 Access 12TE Moudule connections ......................................................................................... 30
Figure 15. 3x34/45 Mbit/s Module connections ........................................................................................ 32
Figure 23. 4 x STM -1 Electrical Port card ( 75 Ohm ) and access module relationship................................ 33
Figure 24. 4 x STM -1 Electrical Module connections ................................................................................ 34
Figure 25. 4 x STM -1 electrical/optical connections .................................................................................. 36
Figure 26. Cable assembly for STM-1 Electrical module (ICMI) ................................................................ 37
Figure 27. Patch cord SM TO MM........................................................................................................... 38
Figure 28. Patch cord SM-MM installation ............................................................................................... 39
Figure 29. STM-16 connections on SYNTH16 card .................................................................................. 40
Figure 30. STM-4 connections ................................................................................................................ 41
Figure 31. Port card (ETHERNET) and access module relationship .......................................................... 42
Figure 32. Ethernet ports connections ..................................................................................................... 43
Figure 33. System side cable types ........................................................................................................ 45
Figure 21. ISA-ES1 8FE card location .................................................................................................... 46
Figure 22. ISA-ES1 8FE Ethernet ports connections ................................................................................ 47
Figure. ISA-ES1 8FX card location ........................................................................................................ 49
Wire the Ethernet signals onto the module utilizing cables and connectors as Figure. ................................ 49
Figure 34. Optical STM -n connections (NOTE: the fiber protections didn
t applicable) ................................ 52
Figure 35. Optical STM -n connections (NOTE: the fiber protections didn
t applicable) ................................ 53
Figure 37. ATM 4x4 card front view...................................................................................................... 56
Figure 38. Housekeeping and Remote Alarm connections ........................................................................ 58
Figure 39. R/M Interface connections ...................................................................................................... 59
Figure 40. QMD (Q2) Interface connections ............................................................................................ 60
Figure 41. Q3 10 base 2 and Q3 10 base T connections .......................................................................... 62
Figure 42. Physical connection............................................................................................................... 63
Figure 43. G.703, RS 232 and V11 Aux. Channels connections ................................................................ 64
Figure 44. Siemens Balum assembly instruction ...................................................................................... 66
Figure 45. ITT Cannon Balum assembly instruction ................................................................................. 67
Figure 46. 2 Mbit/s AUX , 2 MHz Sync and Telephone extension connections ........................................... 68
Figure 16 Physical Connection .............................................................................................................. 70
Figure 17 G.703, RS 232 and V11 Aux. Channels connections ................................................................. 71
Figure 18 Siemens Balum assembly instruction ....................................................................................... 73
Figure 19 ITT Cannon Balum assembly instruction .................................................................................. 74
Figure 20 2 Mbit/s AUX , Sync and Telephone extension connections ...................................................... 75
Figure 47. Power supply connections ...................................................................................................... 77
Figure 48 1662 SMC sub-rack in rack ..................................................................................................... 78
Figure 49 Fan
s adapter ......................................................................................................................... 79
Figure 50 Install shelf on adapter ............................................................................................................ 80
Figure 51 Position of connectors............................................................................................................. 81
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52 Screw on drawer.....................................................................................................................81
53 Insert filter ..............................................................................................................................82
54 Fans subrack cover front view .................................................................................................82
55 Fan Shelf Power Supply connections .......................................................................................85
56 Position of power cables .........................................................................................................86
57 Guide of shelf .........................................................................................................................87
58 Fan drawer explode ................................................................................................................88

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INSTALLATION

ATTENTION

EMC NORMS

WHEN CARRYING OUT THE GIVEN OPERATIONS OBSERVE THE NORMS STATES IN THE
HANDBOOK GUIDE SECTION OF THE TECHNICAL HANDBOOK

SAFETY RULES

Carefully observe the front-panel warning labels prior to working on optical


connections while the equipment is in-service.
N.B.A multilingual (French, German, Italian, Spanish) safety label is included in the Optical Units
prepacking. The user can substitute the default English label with one of the available.

1. UNPACKING AND WAREHOUSING


1.1.

General

The following procedures have been issued and must be observed when unpacking the equipment.
The reciprocal operation must be done for repacking. In such case it is recommended to use the original
packing material.
The following sturdy outer packing material is utilized in order to protect the equipment against mechanical
and climatic stresses to which they are subjected:
wooden cratesfor transport by ship, air, on road for periods longer than 60 days
ply-wood cratesfor transport by ship, air, on road for periods of 30 to 60 days
cardboard boxes for transport by air or on road for periods of less than 30 days

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1.2.

Unpacking

1.2.1.

Preliminary checks

The following information should be printed on the outer crate:


International symbols
side up :

keep dry

fragile

trade mark/address of the manufacturing company;


labels (or templated marks) indicating information on the contract and destination site of the product;
an envelope holding among others the packing list
Upon receipt check:
that the final destination of the crates is that indicated on the label;
that no damage was made to the cases
Report any shipping damages to the Company
s representative or the Shipping Agent.
1.2.2.

Unpacking

When having to unpack proceed as follows:


make sure that the packing has been properly positioned, refer to the
symbol
open the case;
remove the shockproof material;
remove the goods from the case;
remove prepacking, the polyethylene bag and any other protection;
remove the plastic bags cellotaped to the rack and containing accessories;
remove the dehydrating bags;
ascertain that the goods are not damaged and that they correspond to those indicated on the packing
list enclosed in the envelope. Conversely,contact the agency
s representative.
N.B.When unpacking it is advisable to handle the packing material with care; it might be reused for
packing again if it must be reshipped.

1.3.

Warehousing

If having to store the packed material, the following requirements must be met:
the cardboard boxes must be placed indoors in airy rooms;
the wooden or plywood cases can be placed outdoors, provided they are protected against rain and
direct sunlight.

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Caution to avoid equipment damage


Right operations

Screws

ABCD
a)Open the levers before to plug the unit.
b)To mate the plastic body of the connectors. Pushing on the front panel, balancing the strain without push
on the levers.
c)Push on the levers in order to finish the connector mating.
d)To mate the plastic body of the connectors, pushing on the front panel, balancing the strain. Fix the unit to
the subrack by means of screws, before to insert another unit.

Forbidden operations

NO

ABC
a)Don
t push just on one lever only.
b)Don
t force the units.
c)Avoid impact during the units handling.

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2. MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Assembling 1662SMC and tow adapters to be inserted into a 21 rack
(Refer to figure 1 on page 8).
Face to the front of the subrack(1).
Assembling the subrack and .an adapter(2) with screws(3) and washers(4) then another(5). (Note:
Washer is necessary to avoid loosened.)
All the required materials are comprised in the 1662SMC 19/21adapter (3AL 98097 AAAA)
NOTE: Please install the adapter use lowest hole (there are six or eight holes on the adapter),
otherwise there will be some space between 1662SMC shelf and FAN shelf.

Figure 1. Link 1662SMC Subrack and tow adapters

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2.1.

Subrack insertion into the rack

The subracks can be inserted into the 19standard racks or in the 21racks (S9 rack or OPTINEX rack). The
paragraphs that follow illustrate the procedure adopted for both.
2.1.1.

19 racks

(Refer to figure 2 on page 8)


1662subrack can be installed into 19rack with out adapters.
Insert the subrack(1) into the position assigned to it.
Fasten the subrack to the rack by means of screws (2) and washer (3)
The screws and washer are supplied together with the subrack.

N.B.1: Hole spacing shown in the figure is not gauged. When mounting the fan ascertain that it is as near as
possible to the top subrack.
N.B.2: Based on the type of rack side wall implemented, caged nuts might be used to fasten the subracks to
therack.
Figure 2. 1662SMC subrack insertion into the 19rack

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2.1.2.

21 rack (S9, OPTINEX)

SAFETY RULES

Subrack fastening to the rack ensures ground protection in that the rack is wireconnected to the station protection ground.

(Refer to figure 3 on page 9).


S9 Rack
Insert the caged nuts (1) into the four holes on the brackets (2).
Fasten the subrack to the rack by inserting the screws (3) and the washers (4) and screw them fast into
the corresponding holes (with caged nuts) on the brackets (2) of the rack.
The caged nuts screws and washers crews are included in the installation kit which is supplied together the
subrack.

Figure 3 Insertion of one 1662SMC subrack and adapters into the 21 S9 rack

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OPTINEX Rack
(Refer to figure 4 on page 10).

Locate the four holes on the bracket (2) used to fasten the subrack.
Fasten the subrack to the rack by inserting the screws (3) and the washers (4) and screw them fast into
the corresponding holes (with caged nuts) on the brackets (2) of the rack.
The screws and washers are supplied together the subrack.

Figure 4 Insertion of one 1662SMC subrack and adapters into the 21optinex rack

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2.2.

Mechanical Structure

(Refer to figure 5 on page 11)


The subrack is fitted with particular mechanical devices, which permit to obtain functions in compliancy with
the International Norms associated to EMC.
The subrack consists of:
Mechanical structure consisting of two side walls (1) joined by eightcross members (2).
Rear p.c.b. (3) utilized for the subrack wiring.
A cable duct (4)for the optical fibers connected to the units front panels.
Rear cover (5) for the protection of the rear p.c.b. (3)
Grids (6) to protect the equipment against interferences and at the same time permitting air to circulate
inside.
Guides (7) facilitating unit vertical insertion. Special mechanical devices are provided to prevent the unit
from being inserted up-side down.

Figure 5 Machanical structue of 1662SMC

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2.3.

Fans shelf 19

(Refer to figure 6 on page 12).


1.To insert into the fan shelf into the S9or Optinexracks, before assembly the 19/21adapter.
2.Insert the empty shelf (2) into the rack.
3.Fasten the shelf by means of screws (3) and washer (4)
4.Insert the fans drawers (5) and the anti dust filters (6) into the shelf.

4
5
6

Figure 6. Insertion of fan shelf 19into the rack

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3. 1662SMC ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL INSTALLATION


The whole installation must be executed without powering the equipment.
Protection ground connection must be the first operation

SAFETY RULES

Power Supply connection must be the last to be executed.

FIXING THE UNITS (AND MODULES) INTO THE SUBRACK


(caution to avoid equipment damage)
The screw tightening torque for fixing the units (and modules, if any and if fixed by screws) into the
subrack must be:

2.8 kg x cm (0.28 Newton x m) 10 %


Exceeding this value may result in screw breaking.
The installation wiring is connected in front of the port and access port through the terminal tagblocks and
connectors mounted on the unit.
The optical connections are directly wired on the units.
Figure 7 on page 14 illustrates all the connection points on the equipment.
Each paragraph also indicates:
pin assignment table
information on the adaptors/connectors supplied with the equipment to mount on the relevant terminal
tagblocks.
Annex 1 shows the parts making up the installation sets.
Annex 2 shows the cables suggested to set-up the connections.
The tables associated to each terminal tagblocks also refers to these cables.

ATTENTION:
The equipment is supplied with several connectors (services, alarms, housekeeping, etc) covered by
protection cups(ESD protection). The installer must respect the ESD precaution(Refer to chapter 2 of the
Technical Handbook). At the end of the installation phase all the previous connectors not used for cabling
must be covered with the relevant protection cups.

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Figure 7. Connection points for installation

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Table 1 - Numbering, functions and paragraphs referred to the Connection Points

No.

SLOT

FUNCTION

Power Supply Connections

Housekeeping and Remote Alarms Connections

RM Interface Connections (Rack lamps)

QMD (Q2) Interface Connections

Q3 10 base 2 (BNC) Interface Connections

Q3 10 base T (RJ45) Interface Connections

20

Power Supply Connections,

20

G 703, RS 232 and V11 Auxiliary Channels Connections,

20

Ext. 2 MHz Sync. and 2 Mbit/s Auxiliary channels Connections,

10

20

RJ11 Auxiliary Channels Connections,

11

20

Phone Jack

12

6,15

Optical STM -16 Connections

2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19
7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14

Optical/Electrical STM -1/4 Connections (Traffic units)

13

2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19

Electrical STM-1 Connections

14

2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19

2 Mbit/s Connections (120 ohm)

14

2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19

2 Mbit/s Connections (75 ohm)

15

2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19

34 and 45 Mbit/s Connections

16

2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19

Optical STM -4 Connections

17

2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19

ATM 4x4 Connections

18

2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19

Ethernet port Connections

19

2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19

Fast Ethernet access Connections

20

2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19

63 x2Mbit/s connections 4TE

21

2,3,16,17

63 x2Mbit/s connections 12TE

22

20

Eserge connection

23

7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14

ISA-ES1 8FE connection

12

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3.1.

Equipping rules for the 1662SMC equipment

2 Mbit/s Tributary connections


1) To each Port Card is related one Access module and the relationship is described in Figure 8.
2) A low speed protection card (LPROT) can be inserted into access slots, the related Port Card be a spare
one.
3) There are 21 or 63 2Mb/s interfaces on access card.

34 and 45 Mbit/s connections


1) To each Port Card is related one Access module and the relationship is described in Figure 14.
2) A high speed protection card (HPROT) can be inserted into access slots, the related Port Card be a spare
one.
3) There are 3 34Mb/s or 45Mb/s interfaces on access card.

4xSTM1 electrical port 75 OHM


1) The same rules used for unit 34 and 45 Mbit/s apply.
2) There are 4 STM1 electrical interfaces on access card.

4xSTM1 or 4xSTM1/140Mb/s switchable electrical/optical port


1) To each Port Card is related one Access module and the relationship is described in Figure 16.
2) There are 2 STM1 or 140Mb/s electrical or optical interfaces on Port card, and 2 STM1 or 140Mb/s
electrical or optical interfaces on access card.
3) The EMC protection (EMC case) must be used for the electrical modules connection.
4) A patch cord must be used for the optical unit (i.e., when necessary) to pass from the single mode over to
the multi-mode.

STM-4 connections
1) STM-4 Port Card can be inserted into slots 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 and 14.
2) There are 1 STM -4 optical interface on this card.

Ethernet ports connections


1) To each Port Card is related one Access module and the relationship is described in Figure 22.
2) There are 11 ethernet electrical interfaces on Port card, and 14 ethernet electrical interfaces on access
card.
Optical ATM 4x4 connections
1) Units ATM 4x4 can be inserted into slots 7,8,9,10,11,12,13 and 14.
2) The units can be equipped with the STM1 electrical or optical modules.

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CONGI connections
1) They must be inserted into slots 1 and 20 giving priority to slot 1.
2) Set the straps for CONGI 3W or 2W.

SERGI connections
1) It must be inserted into slot 20.

SYNTH16 connections
1)It must be inserted in slot 6, it can also be inserted in slot 15.
2)There are 1 STM-16 optical interface.

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3.2.

2 Mbit/s Tributary connections

Connections are established through the connectors situated on the access modules front coverplate.
The modules are inserted into the slot assigned to them and compliancy with the configuration of the
tributaries to connect.

Port card position

Access card position

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

2
3
4
5
16
17
18
19

Figure 8. Port card (2 Mbit/s) and access module relationship

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3.2.1.

2 Mbit/s (75 ohms) connections

Insert the access module into the slot assigned to it.


Wire the 2 Mbit/s signals onto the module utilizing the 1.0/2.3 75 ohm male coax. connector for 3
mm. cable (1AB 061220003).

Figure 9. 21x2 Mbit/s (75 ohm) module connections

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3.2.2.

2 Mbit/s (120 ohm) connections.

Insert the module into the slot assigned to it.


Wire the 2 Mbit/s signals onto module using the SUB.D 37 P male connector (1AB 00311024).
Close the connector into the relevant SUB.D 37 Shell connector (1AB 006030065)
The SUB.D 37 P connector and shell are inside the 120 ohm new Connector Kit (3AL80834AAAA)

SUB.D 37P male connector


1AB 0031024

Tx

Rx
white

cable
shielded
4 symmetrical
quads

37 19
white

blue
turquoise
1 quad
violet
white
orange
turquoise
2 quad
violet
white
green
turquoise
3 quad
violet
white
brown
4 quad turquoise
violet

blue
1 quad
turquoise
1 quad
violet
white
orange
quad
turquoise
2 2quad
violet
white
green
3 quad
turquoise
violet
white
brown
turquoise 4 quad
violet

cable
shielded
4 symmetrical
quads

20 1

Connection side wiew

N.B.This figure can change if a different cable is used.


N.B.1If the correct colours are used, it
s possible to avoid the label for each wire. It
s enough to label the
cable.
Figure 10. 7x2 Mbit/s (120 ohm) physical connection (T1-T3)

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Figure 11. 21x2 Mbit/s (120 ohm ) Module connections

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3.2.3.

63*2Mbit Access 4TE

Insert the access module into the slot assigned to it.


Wire the 2 Mbit/s signals onto the module utilizing the HM cable assembly (75ohm or 120ohm)
NOTE:when insert the cable into card, upper cable is input, lower cable is output.
3AL97093AAAA~3AL97093ADAA are 75ohm cable for different length.
3AL97093AEAA~3AL97093AHAA are 120ohm cable for different length.

8 pairs => output


8 pairs <= input

HM cable assembly

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6
D
C
B
A

PCB

M1

1
D
C
B
A

M2

Board connectors pin assignment

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75 ohm: pin assignment for cable connector


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

A
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
Shield GND

B
GND-I1
GND-I2
GND-I3
GND-I4
GND-I5
GND-I6
GND-I7
Shield GND

C
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
Shield GND

D
GND-O1
GND-O2
GND-O3
GND-O4
GND-O5
GND-O6
GND-O7
Shield GND

120 ohm: pin assignment for cable connector


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

A
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
Shield GND

B
I-1
I-2
I-3
I-4
l-5
I-6
I-7
Shield GND

C
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
Shield GND

D
O-1
O-2
O-3
O-4
O-5
O-6
O-7
Shield GND

Figure 12 Access 4TE (75Ohm&120Ohm)Moudule connections

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To Install 2M cables in rack


Rack description
The general rack is S9. 1662 sub-rack could be installed into this 21rack with 19-21adapters.
Commonly to install sub-rack into S9 is difficulty. So here we offer same advice to install 2M
cables in S9 rack.
S9 rack is 2.2 meter in height. Only tow sub-rack could be installed into it. Here we define the
bottom one is NO1, the other is NO2. Think about 10mm cable, the most curl radius is 50mm
which is the limited of cablesrooting.

Rooting description
Think about the max configuration is four 2M boards in each side. And each board with 9 pairs of
cables. That means all 144 cables in one sub-rack.

Step one
To install NO1 sub-rack, the best distance from bottom of sub-rack to top of S9 rack is 1620mm.
This distance is limited by cables physical properties. Though position of sub-rack is
adjustable, the distance is recommend.
When cables go out from the 2M board, arrange them by plastic ties. And move them to the backside of the rack. Pack the cables line by line as follow picture which is top view of the section
to describe the position of cables and sub-rack

.
The cables should be arrange closely for saving space. For each side 72 cables should be arranged by 6*12.

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When cables come to top of rack, arrange them though the holes of rack in each side. Each hole in top
of rack can contain 144 cables as the follow picture. For saving space, the cables of NO1 should be
arranged closely to the back-side of the rack.

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Step two
For installing NO2 sub-rack, the best distance between sub-rack
s bottom side to the rack
s top side is
720mm.
For each side, cables from board should be rooted directly to top of rackhole except the fist board. Cables
of first board should be arrange into the area same as NO1
s cables. Follow Picture show the position.

The others should be go though the hole of rack directly.

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Not
1) To arrange cables along the offset between sub-rack and rack with the help of cable holder as follow
picture

2) The position of the two sub-rack installed in S9 rack should be shown as follow picture.

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3.2.4.

63*2Mbit Access 12TE

Insert the access module into the slot assigned to it.


Wire the 2 Mbit/s signals onto the module utilizing the 1.0/2.3 75 ohm male coax. connector for 3
mm. cable (1AB 061220003).

63-2Mbit/s Access 12TE

J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Function
Input1
Input2
Input3
Input4
Input5
Input6
Input7
Input8
Input9
Input10
Input11
Input12
Input13
Input14
Input15
Input16
Input17
Input18
Input19
Input20
Input21

Function
Input1
Input2
Input3
Input4
Input5
Input6
Input7
Input8
Input9
Input10
Input11
Input12
Input13
Input14
Input15
Input16
Input17
Input18
Input19
Input20
Input21

Figure 13 Access 12TE Moudule connections

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3.3.

34 and 45 Mbit/s connections

Connections are established through the connectors J1 - J6 situated on the access modules front coverplate.
The modules are inserted into the slot assigned to them and compliancy with the configuration of the port
card to connect.
The relationship is illustrated in Figure 14.

Port card position

Access card position

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

2
3
4
5
16
17
18
19

Figure 14. Port card (34/45 Mbit/s) and access module relationship
Insert the access module into the slot assigned to it.
?

Wire the 34/45 Mbit/s signals onto the module utilizing the 1.0/2.3 75 ohm male coax. connector
for 4.4 mm. cable (1AB 06122 0018).

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3 x 34 Mbit/s 75 ohm - A3E3


3 x 45 Mbit/s 75 ohm - A3T3

FUNCTION

J1

J1

Input Channel 1

J2

J2

Output channel 1

J3

Input Channel 2

J4

Output channel 2

J5

Input Channel 3

J6

Output channel 3

CABLE

12

J3
J4

J5
J6

SLOT 2 3 16 17

Figure 15. 3x34/45 Mbit/s Module connections

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3.4.

Electrical/optical STM-1 connections

Different types of port card and access card for STM -1/STM-4 are available.

3.4.1.

4 x STM-1 electrical ports 75 Ohm

Connections are established through the connectors situated J1 - J8 on the access modules front coverplate
(Figure 17).
The modules are inserted into the slot assigned to them and compliancy with the configuration of the port
card to connect.
The relationship is illustrated in Figure 16.

Port card position

Access card position

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

2
3
4
5
16
17
18
19

Figure 23. 4 x STM -1 Electrical Port card ( 75 Ohm ) and access module relationship

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4 x STM-1 Electrical 75 ohm - A4ES1

FUNCTION

J1

Input Channel 1

J2

Output channel 1

J3

Input Channel 2

J4

Output channel 2

J5

Input Channel 3

CABLE

J1
J2

J3

J6

Output channel 3

J7

Input Channel 4

J8

Output channel 4

12

J4

J5
J6

J7
J8

SLOT2 316 17

Figure 24. 4 x STM -1 Electrical Module connections

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3.4.2.

4 x STM-1 or 4 x 140/STM-1 switchable electrical/optical port

Insert the access module and the port card into the slot assigned to them.
Wire the STM -1 signals according to the type of connections to be realize (optical or electrical) as
follows:

Electrical
Wire the STM-1 utilizing the Case EMC 1.0/2.3 for 140/155 electrical interface(3AL 79428 AAAA)
For the cable assembly on the Case EMC 1.0/2.3 for 140/155 electrical interface(3AL 79428
AAAA) read the following instruction:
-Connect the cables using the male coaxial connectors (C1) and (C2)
-Unsheathe the cables according to the quotes given in figure 18. detail A in order to make
visible the braid.
-Unscrew the ferrule (1) and insert the connector inside the holder (2); at the end screw the ferrule.
-Close the holders (2) and (3) using the three screws (4). During this phase check that the braid of
both cables perfectly touch the holders.
-Insert the Case EMC 1.0/2.3 for 140/155 electrical interface previously assembled onto the
module and port card and screw it using the screws (5).

Optical
Insert the single fiber splice connector onto the corresponding one on the module and port card (Input
and Output)

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Figure 25. 4 x STM -1 electrical/optical connections

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C1

C2

cable 2

cable 1

pawl

DETAIL "A"
External cable
protection External conductor
Inner conductor
PREPARATION
OF CABLE 1
29mm

5mm

*
* 1/2 of connector
pawl dimension
External cable
protection External conductor
Inner conductor

PREPARATION
OF CABLE 2
39mm
5

5mm

*
* 1/2 of connector
pawl dimension

Figure 26. Cable assembly for STM-1 Electrical module (ICMI)

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3.4.2.1.

SM TO MM fiber connections

The optical connections described in paragraph 2.2.4.2 and 2.2.4.3 on are added with a
patch cord (see Figure 21) to mate the STM-1 output of the Single Mode optical module with the
Multi-mode fiber connecting the ODF.

Figure 27. Patch cord SM TO MM

The length of the patch cord is standard set. The patch cords can be connected to modules inserted both in
the Traffic unit part and in the Access unit.
The joint between the patch cord and the multi-mode fiber leading out from the ODF may be placed in a
different position either inside the horizontal duct of the subrack or inside the vertical duct of the rack.
The junction is achieved through a socket and the typical route is shown in Figure 21.
The connection points on the STM -1 module correspond to the Tx connector.

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Figure 28. Patch cord SM-MM installation

3.5.

SYNTH16 connections

Connections are established through the connectors J1 J2 situated on the card front cover plate.
Insert the SYNTH16 cards into the slot assigned to them.
?
Wire the STM 16 optical signals as follows:

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Insert the single fiber splice connector onto the corresponding one on the SYNTH16 cards
(Input and Output)

Figure 29. STM-16 connections on SYNTH16 card

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3.6.

STM-4 connections

Connections are established through the connectors J1 - J2 situated on the port card front coverplate
(Figure 23).
Insert the port cards into the slot assigned to them.
Insert the single fiber splice connector onto the corresponding one on the port cards (Input and
Output).

N.B. In the drawing above SC/PC optical connectors with the relevant function are represented.
In case of FC/PC connectors the same functions are applicable.
N.B.1 Complete the installation with the fiber prot ection to be applied to the front panel of the unit.
Figure 30. STM-4 connections

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3.7.

Ethernet ports connections

Connections are established through the connectors AP1 AP11 of the Port unit and AP12 AP 25 of the
Access unit (Figure 25).
The modules are inserted into the slot assigned to them and compliancy with the configuration of the port
card to connect.
The relationship with Port unit and Access unit is illustrated in Figure 24.

Port card position

Access card position

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

2
3
4
5
16
17
18
19

Figure 31. Port card (ETHERNET) and access module relationship


Insert the access module into the slot assigned to it
.
Wire the Ethernet signals onto the module utilizing cables and connectors Figure 25.

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Figure 32. Ethernet ports connections

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3.7.1.

Mounting ETHERNET ports on equipment installed for the first time with subracks
equipped with the new duct

In this case, the fiber support is already mounted and cannot be extracted. Therefore the new sequence of
operations to follow is stated below:
- Place the Ethernet ports into the specific slots.
- Remove jags from the bottom of the duct next to the Ethernet units inserted.
- Insert the Ethernet cables before any other optical/electrical ports equipping the subrack. This
operations calls for particular attention especially if having to install pre-connectorized cables.
The cables must be lead in from the back of the duct which they must cross before reaching
the unit front panel connectors.
- Place the supports next to the fibers incoming from the other optical ports provided on the
equipment as shown on the new template to affix to the fiber support.
- Connect the fibers.
3.7.2.

Ethernet cable connectorization specification (single cable)

Operations, see following figures.


1) Insert shrink wrap pipe
2) Cut jacket 30 mm

3) Reverse shield and cut wires 1 mm for alignment


4) Insert adapter and push it toward the reversed shield
5) Cut wires 15 mm

6) Insert wires into connector up to end (not folded)


7) Crimp connector with related tool
8) Compress shield for increase thick

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9) Close crimp shield cablewith related tool


10) Close the shrink wrap pipe

3.7.3.

Multiple Ethernet 11/14 cable

The cable is delivered with the system, and is already connectorized.


Depending on the DDF location, the cable will be cut and connectorized (opposite side) in field.

N.B.1: Nylon string for cable skinning.


N.B.2: Variable length according to necessities (to be defined during the order).
Figure 33. System side cable types

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3.8.

ISA-ES1 8FE Ethernet ports connections

Connections are established through the connectors AP1 AP8of the ISA-ES1 8FE card .
The modules are inserted into the slot assigned to them and compliancy with the configuration of the
portcard to connect.

Figure 21. ISA-ES1 8FE card location


Wire the Ethernet signals onto the module utilizing cables and connectors as Figure 25.

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AP1
AP2
AP3
AP4

8 10/100M FE RJ45 ports


AP5
AP6
AP7
AP8

8 FE ports status indicator

RJ45 debug port

POWER-ON indicator
RESET button

Figure 22. ISA-ES1 8FE Ethernet ports connections

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3.8.1. Ethernet cable connectorization specification (single cable)


Operations, see following figures.
1) Insert shrink wrap pipe
2) Cut jacket 30 mm

3) Reverse shield and cut wires 1 mm for alignment


4) Insert adapter and push it toward the reversed shield
5) Cut wires 15 mm

6) Insert wires into connector up to end (not folded)


7) Crimp connector with related tool
8) Compress shield for increase thick

9) Close crimp shield cablewith related tool


10) Close the shrink wrap pipe

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3.9.

ISA-ES1 8FX Ethernet ports connections

Connections are established through the connectors AP1 AP8of the ISA-ES1 8FX card .
The modules are inserted into the slot assigned to them and compliancy with the configuration of the
portcard to connect.

Figure. ISA-ES1 8FX card location

Wire the ISA-ES1 8FX optical signals as follows:


Insert the single fiber splice connector onto the corresponding one on the ISA-ES1 8FX cards
(Input and Output)
Wire the Ethernet signals onto the module utilizing cables and connectors as Figure.

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RESET button

AP1

AP2

AP3

8 X 100M SFP ports

AP4

AP5

AP6

AP7
AP 1-8
AP8
OUTPUT

INPUT
POWER-ON indicator

Figure. ISA-ES1 8FX Ethernet ports connections

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3.10. Optical STM-1/4 installation procedure


(Refer to Figure 27 and Figure 28)
The connections are made directly on the units provided with optical interface in the following manner:
1.Insert the Port card and Access card with optical interface into the assigned position.
2.Open the optical fiber duct (1) rotating it by 90 toward the top.
3.Arrange the Tx and Rx fiber along the cable duct (for more details see the System Installation
Handbook).
4.Pull the single fiber splice out from the holes situated next to the units they will be connected to
(for more details see the System Installation Handbook).
5.Insert the single fiber splice connector onto the corresponding one on the unit (input and output).
6.Rotate the connector support in the initial position and screw (2)
7.Repeat the same operation on the other optical interface.

N.B.1 For the installation procedure of the STM-4 optical ports apply the same rules described above for
the Port Cards, but not for the Access Cards since they don
t exist.
N.B.2 Port Cards STM 4 have no module, because the optical interfaces are on the board.

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Figure 34. Optical STM -n connections (NOTE: the fiber protections didn
t applicable)

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Figure 35. Optical STM -n connections (NOTE: the fiber protections didn
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3.11. Electrical STM-1 installation procedure

The connections are made directly on the units in the following manner:

Port Card:
Insert the Port card with electrical interface into the assigned positions.
Arrange the Tx and Rx coaxial cable through the cable duct (1) as indicated in Figure 28.
Pull the coaxial cable out from the holes of the fiber duct situated next to the units they will be
connected to.
Insert the single coaxial connector onto the corresponding one on the unit (input and output).
Repeat the same operation on the other electrical interface.

Access Card:
Insert the Access card with electrical interface into the assigned positions.
Arrange the Tx and Rx coaxial cable through the cable support (10) as indicated in Figure 29.
Insert the single coaxial connector onto the corresponding one on the unit (input and output).
Repeat the same operation on the other electrical interface.

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3.12. Optical ATM 4 x 4 connection


For the connections of the STM -1 optical port present on the matrix, refer to paragraph 2.2.8
relevant to the optical STM-1 installation procedure.
N.B.: In this release port STM-1 is not working.

Figure 37. ATM 4x4 card front view

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3.13. Housekeeping and Remote Alarms Connections


These connections are directly made on the connector C2 mounted on the Control and General I/F unit
(CONGI). inserted into slot 1 and 20.
Wire-connect alarms onto SUB.D 15 P male connector (1AB 003110022)
?
Close the connector into the relevant SUB.D 15 Shell connector (1AB 006030063)
?
The SUB.D 15 P connector and shell are inside the S9 Installation Kit(3AL 78913 AAAA).

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Figure 38. Housekeeping and Remote Alarm connections

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3.14. RM Interface Connections (Rack lamps)


(Refer to Figure 32)
The connections are established between the connector C3 mounted on the Control and General I/F unit
(CONGI)in slot 4 and the connector mounted on the Top Rack Unitof the S9 rack
.
They are realized via an Cord plug Alarmsterminated with SUB.D-9P female connector (unit side) and with
SUB.D-25P fixed male connector (Top Rack Unit side). These cords are included into the relevant S9 Rack
Installation kit.

For the Optinex rack, in the relevant Rack Installation kitis included a proper Cord plug alarms.

Figure 39. R/M Interface connections

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3.15. QMD (Q2) Interface Connections


(Refer to Figure 33)
These connections are directly made on the connector C4 mounted on the Control and General I/F unit
(CONGI). inserted into slot 4.
? ire-connect alarms onto SUB.D 15 P male connector (1AB 003110022)
W
Close the connector into the relevant SUB.D 15 Shell connector (1AB 006030063)
?
The SUB.D 15 P connector and shell are inside the S9 Installation set(3AL 78913 AAAA).

CONGI

FROM N3/FAN
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Function
REF_ALM
PSU_ALM
DTX
DRX
ALM
CK
MODE

GND
GND
REF

TO C2/CONGI (slot 10)


Pin
1
14

15

Function
GND
HK IN 2

TO C4/CONGI
(slot 10 or 12)
Pin

Function

DTX

DRX

15
1

Connecting to GND
GND

C2

HK IN 1

C4

Slot1 20
SLOT 10, 12

Figure 40. QMD (Q2) Interface connections

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3.16. Q3 10 base 2 (BNC) Interface Connections


(Refer to Figure 34).
These connections are directly made on the connectors mounted on the Control and General I/F unit
(CONGI). inserted into slot 4.
Connect the BNC male connector (1AB 006420020) onto connectors J1 and J2.

3.17. Q3 10 base T (RJ45) Interface Connections


(Refer to Figure 34).
These connections are directly on the connector mounted on the Control and General I/F unit (CONGI).
inserted into slot 4.
Connect the RJ45 male connector (1AB074610008) onto connector R.

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Figure 41. Q3 10 base 2 and Q3 10 base T connections

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3.18. G.703, RS 232 and V11 Aux. Channels


(Refer to and Figure 35 and Figure 36).
These connections are directly made on the connectors S2 mounted on the Service and General I/F unit
(SERGI). inserted into slot 20.

? ire-connect signals onto SUB.D 25 P male connector (1AB 003110023).


W
Close the connector into the relevant SUB.D 25 Shell connector (1AB 006030064).
?
The SUB.D 25 P connector and shell are inside the S9 Installation set(3AL 78913 AAAA).

Figure 42. Physical connection


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Figure 43. G.703, RS 232 and V11 Aux. Channels connections

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3.19. Ext. 2 MHz & Sync. and 2 Mbits Auxiliary channels connections
(Refer to Figure 37).

These connections are directly made on the connectors J1 - J4 mounted on the Service and General I/F
unit (SERGI)inserted into slot 20.

Two alternative types of connections are possible:


[1] Connections on 75 Ohm Wire the signals utilizing the 1.0/2.3 75 ohm male coax. connector for
3 mm. cable (1AB 061220003).
[2] Connections on 120 Ohm
Wire the signals utilizing the 75/120 Ohm Balum connector (1AB 158340001) for twisted
pairs cable (049.721.410 P).
For the cable connection to the Balum connector read the following instruction:
SIEMENS CONNECTOR :
(Refer to Figure 37)
Strip the cable. If no screen available, then dimension 6 is not applicable and dimension 13
becomes 11
nscrew ferrule (5) and remove insulator (3) and washer (4)
Push ferrule (5) over the cable
Push a washer (4) over the screen and bend the screen back Push the second washer over the
cable up to stop Cut projecting screen to a length of about 2 mm max.
Insert the wires into the holes A (correspondent with coax center conductor) and B of insulator (3)
and push insulator up against washer Spread open the wires and bend them over 180 laying
into the cable duct. Make sure that the end of the copper wires:
are laying parallel or bend towardthe center of insulator
must not lay on to stop
Push the prepared cable onto the body (1); by doing this, line up the flat on the insulator with the
nose on the body
Push on ferrule (5), screw on and lightly tighten using wrench 8 mm.

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Legenda:
1 - BODY
2 - IDC CONTACT
3 - INSULATOR
4 - WASHER
5 FERRULE

Figure 44. Siemens Balum assembly instruction

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ITT CANNON CONNECTOR :


(Refer to Figure 38)
Thread the plastic outer sleeve and pierce block onto the stripped cable
Lay the insulated wires and drain wire in the appropriate slots in the pierce block and trim exces
wire flush with the underside of the flange
Align the connector body with the plastic parts, place them in the jaws of the termination tool and
close the tool to complete the assembly

Figure 45. ITT Cannon Balum assembly instruction

3.20. RJ11 Telephone extension connections


(Refer to Figure 39).

These connections are directly made on the connectors mounted on the Service and General I/F unit
(SERGI)inserted into slot 20.
Connect the RJ11 male connector (1AB004280001) onto connector T.
?

3.21. Phone Jack


(Refer to Figure 39).
The connection is made on the front plate of the Service and General I/F unit (SERGI).

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Figure 46. 2 Mbit/s AUX , 2 MHz Sync and Telephone extension connections

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3.22. Power Supply Connections


(Refer to Figure 40).

These connections are directly made on the connector C1 mounted on the Control and General I/F unit
(CONGI)inserted into slot 4 and on the connector S1 mounted on the Service and General I/F unit
(SERGI)inserted into slot 5. As alternative to SERGI unit in slot 5 can be inserted a 2nd CONGI unit.

They are realized via two Cord plug power supplythat are provided with the installation set of the rack in
use (S9 or OPTINEX). These cords connect the power supply of the equipment to the TRU of the rack.

Into the TRU are inserted also two Circuit Breakers, one on battery A and one on battery B. In case of S9TRU two 10A Circuit Breaker are used. For OPTINEX-TRU two 10A Circuit Breaker are used.

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3.23. Enhanced SERGI connection


G.703, RS 232 and V11 Aux. Channels
These connections are directly made on the connectors S2 mounted on the Enhanced Service and
General I/F unit (ESERGI). inserted into slot 20.
l Wire-connect signals onto SUB.D 25 P male connector (1AB 003110023).
l Close the connector into the relevant SUB.D 25 Shell connector (1AB 006030064).
The SUB.D 25 P connector and shell are inside the S9 Installation set(3AL78913AA).

Figure 16 Physical Connection

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S2
1

Figure 17 G.703, RS 232 and V11 Aux. Channels connections

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Ext. 2 MHz & Sync. and 2 Mbits Auxiliary channels connections


These connections are directly made on the connectors J1 J6 mounted on the Enhanced Service and
General I/Funit (ESERGI)inserted into slot 20.
Two alternative types of connections are possible:
[1] Connections on 75 Ohm
Wire the signals utilizing the 1.0/2.3 75 ohm male coax. connector for 3 mm. cable (1AB 061220003).
[2] Connections on 120 Ohm
Wire the signals utilizing the 75/120 Ohm Balum connector (1AB 158340001) for twisted pairs cable
(049.721.410 P).
For the cable connection to the Balum connector read the following instruction:
SIEMENS CONNECTOR :
l
l
l
l
l

Strip the cable. If no screen available, then dimension 6 is not applicable and dimension 13 becomes 11
Unscrew ferrule (5) and remove insulator (3) and washer (4)
Push ferrule (5) over the cable
Push a washer (4) over the screen and bend the screen back
Push the second washer over the cable up to stop
Cut projecting screen to a length of about 2 mm max.
Insert the wires into the holes A (correspondent with coax center conductor) and B of insulator (3) and push
insulator up against washer
Spread open the wires and bend them over 180 laying into the cable duct.
Make sure that the end of the copper wires:
are laying parallel or bend towardthe center of insulator
must not lay on to stop
l Push the prepared cable onto the body (1); by doing this, line up the flat on the insulator with
the nose on the body
l Push on ferrule (5), screw on and lightly tighten using wrench 8 mm.

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Figure 18 Siemens Balum assembly instruction

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ITT CANNON CONNECTOR :


l
l
l

Thread the plastic outer sleeve and pierce block onto the stripped cable
Lay the insulated wires and drain wire in the appropriate slots in the pierce block and trim excess wire
flush with the underside of the flange
Align the connector body with the plastic parts, place them in the jaws of the termination tool and close
the tool to complete the assembly

Figure 19 ITT Cannon Balum assembly instruction


RJ11 Telephone extension connections
These connections are directly made on the connectors mounted on the Enhanced Service and General I/F
unit (ESERGI)inserted into slot 20.
l Connect the RJ11 male connector (1AB004280001) onto connector T.
Phone Jack
The connection is made on the front plate of the Enhanced Service and General I/F unit (ESERGI).

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Aux. & Sync. 2 Mbit/s (75 ohm)


J

Function
CABLE

J1

2MHz or 2Mb/s Input

J2

2MHz or 2Mb/s Input

J3

2Mb/s Input

J4

2MHz or 2Mb/s Ouput

J5

2MHz or 2Mb/s Output

J6

2Mb/s Output

1
See Par. 3.2
Annex 2

Aux. & Sync. 2 Mbit/s (120 ohm)


J

Function
CABLE

J1

2MHz or 2Mb/s Input

J2

2MHz or 2Mb/s Input

J1
J2

J3

2Mb/s Input

J4

2MHz or 2Mb/s Output

J5

2MHz or 2Mb/s Output

J3

J6

2Mb/s Output

8
See Par. 3.2
Annex 2

J4
J5

Telephone extension
connections

J6
1
4

Phone Jack

Figure 20 2 Mbit/s AUX , Sync and Telephone extension connections

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Figure 47. Power supply connections

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4. MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Follow chapter describ how to install fan shelf into rack, and how to install fan drawers into shelf with
cables. Recoments include description of rack, fan shelf and drawer, cables and etc.

4.1.

Rack description

There are general racks S9 and N3 in used. Both of them are 21rack. Fan shelf could be install into
them with 19-21adapters which ALCATEL code is 3AL 80372 AAAA. Also it could be installed into 19
rack.

4.2.

Fan shelf installation

Fan shelf can be used to 1650 1660 and 1662. And the installation are same for each sub-rack. Here as
an example, we use 1662 sub-rack to describe the detail.
The installation of 1650 1660 and 1662 sub-rack could be found in their installation hand book. So here
we suppose these sub-racks are already installed. As the follow picture, there
s a 1662 SMC sub-rack in
rack.

Figure 48 1662 SMC sub-rack in rack

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4.3.

Install shelf Step One

Open the adapter kit 3AL 80372 AAAA in package, and install adapters close to 1662 shelf. It
s
recomend that the first hole below the 1662
s adapter should be select for the minimal distance
between sub-rack and fan shelf. As the follow picture.

First hole below sub-rack


After step one, fan
s adapter shoul be looked like this:

Figure 49 Fan
s adapter

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4.4.

Install shelf Step two


Install shelf into the rack with the help of fan
s adapter. Notic that the hole on shelf is adjustable, so
the most easy way is as follow picture. In this picture, the nunber is the approach to adjust and fill in
screws.

Figure 50 Install shelf on adapter

4.5.

Install shelf

Step three

After shelf
s installation, fan drawer and filter.
There are three types of drawer which depend on their count of fan. To used them, follow rules show the
relationship. Careful checking as this relationship is strongly recommend before inserting Drawer.

Equipment

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Related Fan

1650 One shelf

Code
3AL 98115 AAAA

Count of fans
3

1650 Two shelves

3AL 98117 AAAA

1660

3AL 98117 AAAA

1662

3AL 98116 AAAA

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When insert drawer into the shelf, it should be to slowly push ensure the foremale connector on main
board and male connector on back board have good connection. These two connectors have guaids
on their contact surface. After filling their being contacted, push drawer to the end of shelf.

Figure 51 Position of connectors


Then wring screw on drawer to fixup fan drawer.

Figure 52 Screw on drawer

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4.6.

Install shelf Step four


Insert filter and wring screw on dummy panle.

Figure 53 Insert filter

4.7.

Fan electrical installation

The whole installation must be executed without powering the equipment.


Protection ground connection must be the first operation
Power Supply connection must be the last to be executed.

FIXING THE UNITS INTO THE SHELF


(caution to avoid equipment damage)
The screw tightening torque for fixing the units (and modules, if any and if fixed by screws) into the subrack
must be:

2.8 kg x cm (0.28 Newton x m) 10 %


(Exceeding this value may result in screw breaking)

N1

N4

N3

N5

N2

N1 = Battery A connector
N2 = Battery B connector
N3 = Alarm connector for 1660SMC or 1662SMC
N4 = Alarm connector for 1660SMC or 1662SMC or 1650SMC left side
N5 = Alarm connector for 11660SMC or 1662SMC or 650SMC right side
N.B. = Connectors N3, N4, N5 that are not used must be protected with the specific protection
provided inside the kit (299.701.065).
Figure 54 Fans subrack cover front view

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4.8.

Power supply connections


Having the possibility to insert an amount of 1650SMC/1660SMC/1662SMC equipment greater than
the number of breakers available inside the rack, the power supply leads of the fans of each
1650SMC/1660SMC/1662SMC are connected as shown on the diagram reported in Figure follow.
TRU

BATT.B

BATT.A
1A

2A

3A

4A

BATT.A

5A

6A

1B

BATT.B

2B

3B

4B

BATT.A

1650
Dx

5B

6B

BATT.B
1650
Sx

FAN SHELF

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TRU
BATT.B

BATT.A
1A

2A

3A

4A

5A

6A

1B

BATT.A

2B

3B

4B

5B

6B

BATT.B
1660

FAN SHELF

N1

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TRU
BATT.B

BATT.A
1A

2A

3A

4A

5A

6A

1B

2B

3B

BATT.A

4B

5B

6B

BATT.B
1662

FAN SHELF

N1

N2

N.B.: The fans cannot be switched-off if the 1650/1660/1662


subracks are not switched-off too.
Figure 55 Fan Shelf Power Supply connections
Based on these circumstances, the value of the 10A breaker inside the TRU powering the equipment
must be replaced with a 15A one (for the equipment/fan twin connection only).
The cords are provided in the installation kit of the fan shelf.

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4.9.

Arrange power cables

Though fan could be used in 166X SMC equipment with diffient configuration, the position of it
s
power cables are always same. Picture follows shows this position:

Figure 56 Position of power cables

4.10. Maintenance
We think the best way to resolve problems is to call Alcatel
s service center. But before their answers
may be you can do it by your self in short time if you have read detail follows.
4.10.1. To filter
Long time runing will cause dust block filter.So clear filter on time is very important. There is black
plastic net in filter. Dust could be take off by water. But before its inserting into shelf agin, it
must be insolation completely!
4.10.2.

To fan drawer

To connectors
As picture follows, guide on shelf contains three position. The first and second ones are for fan
drawers and the third is for filter. Generally fan drawer should be inserted into the first one for the
effect of cooling is best.

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Figure 57 Guide of shelf


If something wrong with connectors on back board, drawer could be inserted second guide with the
blank fan box inserted the first guide at the same time. And for good cooling effect the blank
drawer must be inserted in this case.

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To plastic box
If some wrong with plastic box of fan such as breaking distortion and etc. The blank box could be
instead of the bad one.

Figure 58 Fan drawer explode

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5. ANNEXES
5.1.

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5.2.

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5.3.

ANNEX 3.-FANS SUBRACK PART LIST (19VERSION)

End of document

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