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Metrobility R400 Platform


R400 Platform:
R400-2HS-1A ______ 2-slot platform with single external AC power supply
Accessories:
R400-AC _________ AC power supply and line cord
R200-RM-1A ______ 19-inch rack mount kit (ears) for single R400 (revision
B or higher)
R200-RM-2A ______ 19-inch rack mount kit (tray) for two R400s (revision B
or higher)
R200-RM-EXT23 ___ 23-inch rack mount extension kit for R200-RM-1A/2A
(revision B or higher)
R200-WM _________ Wall mount bracket kit for R400 (revision A)
R200-WM-1 _______ Wall mount bracket kit for R400 (revision B or higher)
The following is a listing of available Metrobility products. Refer to each products
specific installation and user guide for operational features.
Platforms:
R200 Platform
R1000 Platform
R5000 Platform
Line Cards:
10 Mbps
Copper to coax
Copper to fiber
100 Mbps
Copper to fiber
Fiber to fiber
Redundant
Access
10/100 Mbps
Copper to fiber
Services

Gigabit
Fiber to fiber
Copper to fiber
Redundant
Services
SONET
Fiber to fiber
T1/E1
Copper to fiber
T3/E3
Coax to fiber
Multi-Rate
Fiber to fiber

Management:
R502-M __________ Management card with dual Ethernet interfaces
NetBeacon _______ Element management software

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Table of Contents
Metrobility R400 Platform Installation & User Guide

Overview .............................................................................................................. 4
Installation Guide ............................................................................................... 5
Unpack the Platform and Accessories ........................................................... 5
Choose an Appropriate Location ................................................................... 5
Install the Platform ........................................................................................ 6
Desktop Installation ............................................................................... 6
Rack Mount Installation ......................................................................... 6
Single Platform (19-Inch Rack) ...................................................... 6
Single Platform (23-Inch Rack) ...................................................... 8
Double Platform (19-Inch Rack) .................................................. 10
Double Platform (23-Inch Rack) .................................................. 13
Wall Mount Installation ........................................................................ 14
Install the Line Cards .................................................................................. 17
Connect to the Network ............................................................................... 18
Attach the Grounding Lug (Optional) ......................................................... 18
Apply Power to the Platform ....................................................................... 19
Boot the Management Card ......................................................................... 21
User Guide ......................................................................................................... 22
Management Card ....................................................................................... 22
Line Cards ................................................................................................... 22
Operating Features of the Load-Sharing Power Supply .............................. 23
Topology Solutions ..................................................................................... 24
Technical Specifications .............................................................................. 26
Product Safety, EMC and Compliance Statements ..................................... 27
Warranty and Servicing ............................................................................... 28

Metrobility, Metrobility Optical Systems, and NetBeacon are registered trademarks ofTelcol Systems, a
BATM company. The Metrobility Optical Systems logo and WebBeacon are trademarks of Telco
Systems. All others are trademarks of their respective owners.
The information contained in this document is assumed to be correct and current. The manufacturer is
not responsible for errors or omissions and reserves the right to change specifications at any time
without notice.

Metrobility R400 Platform

Overview

The Metrobility 400 Platform is a two-slot, Class B certified chassis with an


external AC power supply. It is the ideal solution for remote sites where a small
platform is preferred. The R400 supports all of the Metrobility suite of singleslot line cards and provides flexibility for mixing and matching cards to meet
varying network requirements. Use both slots for connectivity, or use one slot
for connectivity and the other for management. With their compact design, two
R400 platforms fit into a standard 19- or 23-inch rack with an added tray.
For mission-critical applications, the R400 supports two AC power supplies to
enable continuous network operation. If one power supply fails, the other supply
automatically replaces it without any downtime or data loss.
To increase reliability and reduce troubleshooting time, Telco Systems offers
several management options. The SNMP management card collects a variety of
network statistics and link information including the units voltage and
temperature. NetBeacon element management software provides proactive
management support including automatic e-mail notification. For web-based
management using a standard web browser, the WebBeacon kernel is
embedded into the management card.
The Metrobility family of carrier class solutions provide seamless integration
with all major switch and router manufacturers and offer a flexible solution for
fiber connectivity while reducing costs and adding functionality.
The Metrobility R400 Platform provides the following key features:
Support for any combination of two single-slot, hot-swappable Metrobility
line cards.
Support for two hot-swappable, load-sharing AC power supplies.
Optional management card for obtaining statistical information via the
Metrobility NetBeacon or WebBeacon management software.
Rack mounting options that support one or two platforms in a standard 19inch equipment rack.
Optional extension bracket for mounting into a 23-inch equipment rack.
Wall mounting option.
Vent holes on the top cover for cooling.
Strict standards compliance ensuring safety and compatibility with other
vendors equipment.
Class B certification for use in commercial and residential environments.

Overview

Installation Guide
Follow the simple steps outlined in this section to install and start using the
Metrobility R400 Platorm.
NOTE: Electrostatic discharge precautions should be taken when handling any
line card. Proper grounding is recommended (i.e., wear a wrist strap).

Unpack the Platform and Accessories


Check that the following components are included:
Metrobility R400 Platform
One AC power supply
One power cord
Two cable ties
Four rubber feet
The following items are available separately:
AC power supply
Management card
NetBeacon element management software
The Metrobility line cards
19-inch rack mounting ears for one R400 platform
19-inch rack mounting tray for two R400 platforms
23-inch rack mounting extension bracket
Wall mounting bracket
Your order has been provided with the safest possible packaging, but
shipping damage does occasionally occur. Inspect your order carefully.
If you discover any shipping damage, notify the carrier and follow their
instructions for damage and claims. Save the original shipping carton if
return or storage of the unit is necessary.

Choose an Appropriate Location


The Metrobility R400 platform is intended for use in an office or
residential environment. The R400 must be oriented in a manner that
allows you to make the physical connection to the AC power source
and leaves a minimum of six inches of space around it for proper
ventilation. The R400 must be located within six feet of the AC power
source(s) being used and placed as far away as possible from electrical
noise generating equipment such as copiers, electrostatic printers, and
other motorized equipment. If exposed twisted-pair wiring is used
nearby, the wiring should be routed as far away as possible from power
cords and data cables to minimize interference.

Metrobility R400 Platform

Install the Platform


There are three installation options for the R400 platform.
Desktop installation
Rack mount installation
Wall mount installation
DESKTOP INSTALLATION
The R400 is shipped with four rubber feet located on a black adhesive
strip. To install the feet, first turn the R400 upside-down. Peel the feet
from the adhesive strip, and attach one rubber foot to each X on the
bottom of the platform. Adding the feet provides extra stability for the
R400 when it is set on a desktop. The feet also protect the desktop
surface from getting scratched or marred by the unit.
RACK MOUNT INSTALLATION*
There are four options for mounting the R400 platform into a standard
equipment rack.
Single platform mounting into a 19-inch rack
Single platform mounting into a 23-inch rack
Double platform mounting into a 19-inch rack
Double platform mounting into a 23-inch rack
Single Platform (19-Inch Rack)
This installation requires the R200-RM-1A unit rack mount kit, which
is sold separately. The kit includes the following components:
Two mounting brackets
Five 4-40 flat-head screws
Four 11.5-inch cable ties
NOTE: Rack mounting screws are NOT included.
There are four holes on each side of the R400 platform. The holes are
labeled A through D in the following diagram which shows the left
and right side panels, as seen from the rear.

LEFT
side

RIGHT
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*Rackmounting is only applicable to revision B or higher R400 chassis. The revision is printed on the small white
sticker located on the bottom of the chassis. Older models do not support rackmounting.

Installation Guide

1. Attach a bracket to the LEFT side panel at points A and D. Use two
flat-head screws included with the kit to secure the brackets tightly to
the side of the platform, as shown in the following diagram.

LEFT
side Mounting Bracket

Screws

2. Attach the second bracket to the RIGHT side panel at points A and D,
as shown below. The two brackets will be flush and even with the
front of the R400 if they are properly installed.
RIGHT
side

Mounting Bracket

Screws

3. For each power supply you will be using, insert the power cord into
the power supply module.
Power Cord

Power Supply
Module

Metrobility R400 Platform

4. Thread two cable ties through the slots in the bracket. (The slots are
located on the side that touches the platform.) Position the power
supply module so the power LED is on the top and the power cord is
toward the FRONT of the platform. Seat the module so it fits
between the bracket flanges. Loop the cable ties around the power
supply module. Tighten the cable ties at the SIDE of the power
supply module as shown below. Trim off any excess.
Chassis
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Power Cord

Power LED

5. If you are using redundant power, repeat Step 4 above for the second
power supply module on the opposite side.
6. You will need two additional screws (not included with the kit) to
mount the R400 to the rack.

Metrobility R400

Single Platform (23-Inch Rack)


This installation requires the R200-RM-EXT23 kit, in addition to the
R200-RM-1A rack mount kit, which are both sold separately. The
R200-RM-EXT23 kit includes the following components:
Two extension brackets
Six 4-40 flat-head screws
NOTE: Rack mounting screws are NOT included.

Installation Guide

1. Follow the procedure outlined in the previous section, Single


Platform (19-Inch Rack), up to and including Step 2.
2. Position an extension bracket so its three small holes line up with the
three holes in the mounting bracket. Connect the two brackets by
using three of the screws supplied with the extension kit. Insert the
screws from front to back, so the heads are flush with the mounting
bracket, not the extension bracket. Repeat on the other side.

Mounting Bracket

Extension Bracket

3. To mount the power supply module(s), follow the procedure


described in Steps 3 through 5 in the previous section, Single
Platform (19-Inch Rack).
4. You will need two additional screws (not included with the kit) to
mount the R400 to the 23-inch rack.

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Metrobility R400 Platform

Double Platform (19-Inch Rack)


This installation requires the R200-RM-2A rack mount kit, which is
sold separately. The kit includes the following components:
One mounting tray
Four 4-40 flat-head screws
Eight 11.5-inch cable ties
NOTE: Rack mounting screws are NOT included.
NOTE: For this installation, the R400 must NOT have any rubber feet
installed. If the feet are attached, remove them before continuing.
The double-platform rack mount tray is shown below.

REAR

LEFT
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RIGHT

Ear

1. On a flat surface, place two R400 platforms upside-down with their


sides touching. Turn the mounting tray upside-down and place it on
top of the two platforms, so that the front panels on the platforms are
even with the front edge of the tray.

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Metrobility R400

Metrobility R400

2. Attach the tray to the bottom of the two chassis by using the four
flat-head screws supplied with the kit. Twist the screws in tightly
until they are flush and even with the bottom surface of the tray. See
the diagram below to locate the four holes where the screws must be
installed.
3. Turn over the tray with the two R400s.
4. For each power supply module you are using, thread one cable tie
through two of the lances located at the rear of the tray.
Cable Tie

Lances

5. For each R400, insert the line cord from the power module into the
primary jack labeled A on the rear panel of the R400. If using
redundant power, insert the end of the second power module into the
secondary input jack labeled B.
B

PWR

PWR

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6. Position each power supply module so the power LED is visible on


the top and the line cord is toward the R400. Seat the module so it
sits on the cable tie between the lances. Slide the module to the rear
of the tray as far as possible. Loop the cable tie around the power
supply module, tighten, and trim off any excess.
7. Insert the power cord into the power supply module through the
openings at the rear of the tray.

8. You will need two additional screws (not included with the kit) to
mount the tray with the two R400s to the rack.

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Installation Guide

Metrobility R400

Double Platform (23-Inch Rack)


This installation requires the R200-RM-EXT23 kit in addition to the
R200-RM-2A rack mount kit, which are both sold separately. The
R200-RM-EXT23 kit includes the following components:
Two extension brackets
Six 4-40 flat-head screws
NOTE: Rack mounting screws are NOT included.
NOTE: For this installation, the R400 must NOT have any rubber feet
installed. If the feet are attached, remove them before continuing.
1. Position an extension bracket so the three small holes line up with the
three holes on the side of the tray. Connect the bracket to the
OUTSIDE of the tray by using three of the screws supplied with the
extension kit. Thread the screws from inside the tray, so the heads
become flush with the tray, not the bracket. (See diagram below.)
Repeat on the other side.

2. Follow the procedure outlined in the previous section, Double


Platform (19-Inch Rack), up to and including Step 7.
3. You will need two additional screws (not included with the kit) to
mount the tray with the two R400s to the 23-inch rack.

Metrobility R400

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WALL MOUNT INSTALLATION


This installation requires the R200-WM-1* wall mount kit, which is
sold separately. The kit includes the following components:
One wall mount bracket
Two 4-40 flat-head screws
Four 11.5-inch cable ties
NOTE: Wall mounting screws are NOT included.
NOTE: For this installation, the R400 must NOT have any rubber feet
installed. If the feet are attached, remove them before continuing.
1. Position the wall mount bracket so the flanged edge is at the bottom.
Thread two cable ties through the lances located on the RIGHT side
of the bracket. If you are using two power supplies, thread the
remaining two cable ties through the lances on the LEFT side.
Cable Ties

Lances
Wall Mount
Bracket

Flange

2. For each power supply you are using, insert the power cord into the
power supply module.
Power Cord

Power Supply
Module

* The instructions above are for revision B or higher R400 chassis. (The revision is printed on the small white sticker
located on the bottom of the chassis.) For older chassis, wall mounting requires the R200-WM kit, and installation
instructions are provided in the Metrobility Wall Mount Bracket Installation and User Guide.

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Installation Guide

3. Position the power supply module so the power cord is at the top and
the power LED is on the RIGHT. Place the power module onto the
cable ties between the four lances. Slide the power module down
until the side with the line cord sits on the flange. Loop the cable ties
around the power supply module. Tighten the cable ties at the TOP
of the power supply module, as shown below. Trim off any excess.
Power Cord

Flange
Power LED
Line Cord

4. If you are using redundant power, repeat Step 3 above for the second
power supply module, except you must position the power LED so it
is visible on the LEFT.

Power
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5. Place the R400 platform on the bracket so the two holes on the
bottom of the platform are aligned with the two small holes in the
bracket. The flange of the bracket should be flush with the
platforms back panel, with the opening positioned under the lance.
Thread the two flat-heat screws into the two holes on the bottom of
the bracket. Tighten the screws securely in place.

Lance

6. To mount the unit onto a wall, use two no. 8 pan-head screws (not
included). When properly mounted, the front panel of the R400 will
be on the top.

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Installation Guide

Install the Line Cards


The R400 Platform supports two single-slot Metrobility line cards in
any combination, excluding two R851 services line cards*. The
Metrobility line cards offer the ease of plug-and-play installation and
are hot-swappable. Refer to each cards documentation for detailed
installation instructions.
Before installing the line cards, note the following:
Remove the temporary slot protectors by turning the thumb screws
counterclockwise and removing the blank panels.
Line cards can be installed into either slot, however, it is
recommended to install the R851 services line card only into Slot 2.
All switches and jumpers on the cards must be set prior to
installation. Refer to each cards documentation for a complete
description of its settings.
The R400 platform can support only one R851 services line card.
Follow the simple steps outlined below to install the line cards:
Grasp the card by the front panel as shown in the following diagram
(thumb screw to the left).
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Line the edges of the board with the slot guides and slide the card in
until the edges are flush and even with the front of the R400. Do not
force the card into the slot unnecessarily. It should slide in easily and
evenly.
Secure to the platform by turning the thumb screw clockwise until
snug. The line card is now ready for connection to the network.

Connect to the Network


Connecting the Management Card
The management card supports 10Base-T Ethernet.
Using a standard Category 3, 4, or 5 UTP cable, connect the
management card to your network. The port can be configured for
either full or half duplex, however, half duplex is recommended.
Refer to the Command Line Interface Reference Guide for a
detailed description of configuration commands.
Using the supplied null-modem console cable, connect the male DB9 port on the management card to the serial port on your PC.
Connecting the Line Cards
To connect the individual cards to the network, refer to their
corresponding installation and user guides.

Attach the Grounding Lug (Optional)


On its back panel, the R400 has a small hole where a grounding lug can
be installed. The hole is marked with the grounding symbol. Use a 6-32
screw (not provided) to fasten the lug (not provided) to the platform.
Connect the other end of the grounding lug wire to the grounding point
at your site.

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Installation Guide

Apply Power to the Platform


Power is provided to the R400 platform from the desktop power supply.
Each R400 is shipped with one 90-264 V AC external power supply.
The power supply is equipped with an S760 hollow-type plug for
insertion into the power input jack located on the back of the platform.
To connect to the power source, the AC power supply provides a
standard IEC 320-type AC power receptacle.
The R400 supports a secondary power supply if redundant power is required. Refer to Operating Features of the Load-Sharing Power Supply
in the User Guide section for further information regarding redundant
power.
IMPORTANT: Connect the line cord to the input jack located on the
back panel before connecting to the power source.
Follow the steps outlined below to apply power to the platform.
Insert the end of the line cord into the primary jack labeled A.
If using two power supplies, insert the end of the second line cord
into the secondary input jack labeled B.
Connect to the power source by plugging the AC power receptacle
into an outlet. If a second power supply is being used, connect each
power supply to a separate power source.
Lance with Cable Tie 
Holding Line Cord

PWR

Grounding Point

PWR

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B
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Verify proper power connection and operation via the LEDs labeled
A and B on the management card. These LEDs correspond to the
primary and secondary power supplies, respectively. A steady green
light indicates the platform is receiving power. When two power
supplies are installed and active, both LEDs are lit simultaneously.
Refer to Operating Features of the Load-Sharing Power Supply in the
User Guide section for further details.
To help with cable management and to prevent an accidental disconnection, use the cable ties supplied with the R400. Anchor the cable
tie to the lance located on the back panel, wrap the tie around the line
cord(s), and tighten to secure the cord(s) in place. (Refer to the
diagram on the previous page.)
Without a management card, verify proper power connection and
operation via the power (PWR) LEDs on the installed line cards. The
LED is lit when one or both power supplies are active. Refer to
Operating Features of the Load-Sharing Power Supply in the User
Guide section for more information.
If an additional extension cord is used to connect the power supply to
the outlet, follow the guidelines below. While one end of the power
cord can be fitted with a plug standard for the country of operation, the
end that connects to the platforms power supply must have a female
plug that fits the standard IEC 320-type AC receptacle.
AC 115 V (North American): Use a UL-listed and CSA-certified cord
set consisting of a minimum No. 18 AWG, type SVT or SJT threeconductor cord (15 ft. maximum length) and a parallel blade,
grounding-type attachment plug rated 15 A, 125 V.
AC 230 V (USA): Use a UL-listed cord set consisting of a minimum
No. 18 AWG, type SVT three-conductor cord (15 ft. maximum
length) and a Tandem blade grounding-type attachment plug rated
15 A, 250 V.
240 V (outside USA): Use a cord set consisting of a minimum No. 18
AWG cord and grounding-type attachment plug rated 15 A, 250 V.
The cord set should have the appropriate safety approvals for the
country in which the platform is installed and marked HAR.

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Installation Guide

Boot the Management Card


Management of the R400 Platform is provided through a local console,
the Metrobility NetBeacon or WebBeacon software, or any SNMP
network management application via a PC. WebBeacon is embedded in
the management card. SNMP is supported on many general network
platforms: SunNet Manager, HP OpenView for UNIX, HP OpenView
for NT, SNMPc and others.
Following power-up of the platform, the boot image is automatically
executed. It starts by performing a system initialization, followed by
diagnostic tests. During this process, the RUN LED will be off and the
ERROR LED will blink. After diagnostics are complete, if a failure has
occurred, the ERROR LED will remain on. The RUN LED will not be
lit until the operating system has started successfully.
The PC terminal session parameters for the management card are as
follows:
9600 Baud / 8 data bits / 1 stop bit / no parity / no flow control
Refer to the Command Line Interface Reference Guide for a detailed
description of how to boot for SNMP management and a complete
listing of configuration commands.

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User Guide

This section contains information regarding certain operating features and


technical specifications for the Metrobility R400 Platform.

Management Card
The management card is the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
agent for the Metrobility R400. Connected via the backplane to another card in
the platform, the management card reports individual board status to a local
console, Metrobilitys NetBeacon software, or any SNMP application. Thus, the
network administrator receives immediate information on network operations
via a PC. The WebBeacon kernel, embedded in the management card, provides
for Web-based management via the Internet using browsers such as Netscape
Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. Refer to the Command Line
Interface Reference Guide, NetBeacon Element Management Software
Installation & Users Guide or WebBeacon Management Software Installation
& Users Guide for detailed software instructions.

Line Cards
The Metrobility suite of line cards deliver carrier-class media, speed, and
distance solutions to address the needs of todays telecommunications networks.
An extensive line of plug-and-play, hot-swappable cards support IP/Ethernet
interfaces at various speeds. For mission-critical applications, the Metrobility
line protection and restoration line cards feature network-on-demand accessibility, reliability, and enhanced security.
One or two single interface line cards may be installed in the R400 Platform.
Maximum segment lengths are supported on either side of the device, and all
signal activity is reliably propagated from one cable to the other assuring
accurate data flow across the network.
Automatic half- or full-duplex operation ensures compatibility with devices
from other leading network technology providers.
Refer to the each line cards specific installation and user guide for additional
information.

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User Guide

Operating Features of the Load-Sharing Power Supply


The R400-AC load-sharing AC power supply is designed for use with the R400
platform and provides 30 W of power. The R400-2HS-1A is shipped with one
power supply, however, the unit can be upgraded with a second power supply.
When an R400 platform is equipped with two load-sharing power supplies, they
operate in tandem and share the load. If the power source to one of the supplies
fails or is removed, the remaining power supply automatically provides the
entire power load to the platform. This setup provides both the platform and the
network with uninterrupted service. It also decreases the demand placed upon
each individual power supply unit thus prolonging its life.
For visible verification of the operating status of the power supplies, the
management card provides two LEDs labeled A and B. When lit, the LED
indicates that its corresponding power supply is connected to an active power
source and providing power to the platform backplane. When two power
supplies are installed, both LEDs are lit simultaneously. If one of the power
supplies fails, it can easily be identified by the unlit LED.
If the R400 does not have a management card installed, verify power to the
platform via the status of the power (PWR) LED on the installed line card(s).
The PWR LED is lit while the platform is receiving power from one or both
power supplies. When using redundant power, the PWR LED remains lit even if
one of the power supplies fails; it turns off only if both power connections fail.
To optimize redundant power capability, installment of a management card is
recommended.

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Topology Solutions

R400

Switch

R400

Switch

R400

Switch

100Mbps
Enterprise Switch

R5000 Platform
with Management Workstation

Twisted-pair Links
F/O Links

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User Guide

R400

Switch
Building 1

R400

Switch
Building 2

R400

Switch
Building 3

R5000 Platform with


Management Workstation

100Mbps Enterprise Switch

Main Building

Twisted-pair Links
Singlemode
F/O Links

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Technical Specifications
Power
Input ________________________________________ 90-264 V AC, 50-60 Hz
Output ________________________________________ 12 V DC, 2.5 A, 30 W
Environmental
Operating Temperature ____________________________________ 0 to 50 C
Storage Temperature ____________________________________ -25 to 70 C
Relative Humidity __________________________ 5% to 95% non-condensing
Physical Case _________________________ Fully enclosed metal construction
Dimensions ___________________ 5.5" Depth x 8.625" Length x 1.625" Height
______________ (14 cm Depth x 21.9 cm Length x 4.1 cm Height)
Weight
R400-2HS-1A ______________________________________ 2 lb (0.9 kg)
R400-AC _________________________________________ 1 lb (0.47 kg)
R200-RM-1A ____________________________________ 0.3 lb (0.14 kg)
R200-RM-2A ___________________________________ 0.9 lb, (0.41 kg)
R200-RM-EXT23 _______________________________ 0.28 lb, (0.13 kg)
R200-WM ______________________________________ 0.4 lb, (0.18 kg)
R200-WM-1 ____________________________________ 0.45 lb, (0.2 kg)

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User Guide

Product Safety, EMC and Compliance Statements


This equipment complies with the following requirements:
UL
CSA
EN60950 (safety)
FCC Part 15, Class B
EN55022-B (emissions)
EN55024 (immunity)
IEC 825-1 Classification
Class 1 Laser Product
ICES-003 Class B (emissions)
CE
This product shall be handled, stored and disposed of in accordance with all governing
and applicable safety and environmental regulatory agency requirements.
The following FCC and Industry Canada compliance information is applicable
to North American customers only.
USA FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Caution: Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate
the equipment.
Canadian Radio Frequency Interference Statement
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numrique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du
Rglement sur le matriel brouilleur du Canada.

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Warranty and Servicing


Telco Systems Product Warranty
TELCO MAKES NO WARRANTIES EXCEPT AS HEREIN SET FORTH: Telco
warrants that the equipment and accessories manufactured by Telco, when used in the
application and manner for which they are intended, will be free from defects caused by
faulty material or poor workmanship from the date of shipment. This warranty is subject
to change at any time. The warranty that applies is that which is in effect at the time the
equipment ships. Warranty period is specific to particular product offerings. These
periods are as follows:
Metrobility Products- 1 year
IP and EdgeGate Products 1 year
Telcos liability under this warranty is limited to, the obligation, at Telcos sole option, to
repair or, to replace at Telcos plant at Massachusetts, any part found to be defective
under normal use and service within the warranty period specified herein, provided:
a) Telco is promptly notified in writing upon discovery of such defects;
b) The defective parts are returned to Telco, transportation charges prepaid in
accordance with Telcos instructions;
c) Telcos examination shall disclose to its satisfaction that such defects have
not been caused by misuse, abuse, neglect, accident, or adjustments other than
those specified in the Telco Operating and Maintenance Manual. Telco shall
have no responsibility under this warranty for defects, which have been caused
by misuse, abuse, improper application, repair, alteration, accident or negligence in use, storage, transportation or handling. Further, the original identification markings must not have been removed, defaced or altered.
d) Equipment has been installed and operated, and maintained, in complete
accordance with the Telco Operating and Maintenance Manual, and good
engineering practice.
Though component parts of Telco-manufactured goods are covered by the above
warranty, TELCO MAKES NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE NOR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, FOR ANY EQUIPMENT OR MERCHANDISE NOT MANUFACTURED
BY TELCO (FOR EXAMPLE BUT WITHOUT LIMITATION, ACCESSORIES AND
AUXILIARY ITEMS).
However, Telco will cooperate reasonably with Purchaser in attempting to secure, where
possible, the benefit of any warranties which the manufacturer of such non-Telco items
may provide. All ordered replacement parts or parts replaced during the warranty period
assume the unexpired portion of the original parts warranty or ninety (90) days from date
of shipment, whichever is longer.

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User Guide

Replacement, Repair or Refund Procedure for Hardware: Telcos sole obligation


under this express warranty shall be, at Telcos option and expense, to repair the defective
product or part or deliver to Customer an equivalent product or part to replace the
defective item. All products that are replaced will become the property of Telco Systems.
Replacement products or parts may be new or reconditioned. Telco warrants any replaced
or repaired product or part for ninety (90) days from shipment, or the remainder of the
initial warranty period, whichever is longer. Telco reserves the right to refund the
purchase price paid for the defective product as its exclusive warranty remedy.
To Receive a Return Materials Authorization (RMA) Number: Please contact the
party from whom you purchased the product. If you purchased the product directly from
Telco Systems, contact the Telco Systems Customer Care Group.
Software: Telco warrants to Customer that each software program licensed from it will,
if operated as directed in the user documentation, substantially achieve the functionality
described in the user documentation for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of
purchase from Telco or its authorized reseller. No updates or upgrades are provided under
this warranty. Telcos sole obligation under this express warranty shall be, at Telcos
option and expense, to refund the purchase price for the software product or replace the
software product with software which meets the requirements of this warranty as
described above. Customer assumes responsibility for the selection of the appropriate
programs and associated reference materials. Telco expressly disclaims any warranty or
representation that its software products will meet Customers requirements or work in
combination with any hardware or software products provided by third parties, that the
operation of the software products will be uninterrupted or error free, or that all defects in
the software products will be corrected.
The foregoing warranties are in lieu of any and all other warranties, expressed or implied,
including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular
purpose or against infringement of any rights of third parties. Telcos liability on any
claim for money damages (including, without limitation negligence for any loss or
damage arising out of, connected with, or resulting from the sale of products hereunder,
or from the performance or breach thereof, or from the design, manufacture, sale,
delivery, resale, installation, inspection, repair, operation or use of any merchandise
manufactured by Telco) shall in no case exceed the price allocable to the merchandise or
part thereof which gave rise to the claim. Purchaser will hold Telco harmless with respect
to any claims or actions by third parties. In particular, Telco expressly disclaims and shall
in no event be liable for any indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages.

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