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ZXMBW AGW

WiMAX Wireless Access Gateway


Hardware Installation Guide

Version 3.08.10

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R1.0 03/19/2009 First Edition

Serial Number: sjzl20091239


Contents

About This Guide ................................................ i


Declaration of RoHS Compliance ........................ i
Safety Instructions............................................1
Safety Declaration .......................................................... 1
Safety Signs .................................................................. 3
Installation Flows .............................................5
Installation and Commissioning Flow ................................. 5
Hardware Installation Flow..............................................10
Hardware Installation Precautions ....................................14
Installation Preparation .................................. 17
Installation Environment Check .......................................17
Equipment Room Construction.....................................17
Equipment Room Environment Check ...........................21
Equipment Room Power Supply ...................................25
Equipment Room Grounding........................................26
Auxiliary Equipment Preparation ......................................30
Tools and Meters Preparation ..........................................30
Technical Documents Preparation.....................................32
Unpacking and Acceptance.............................. 33
Unpacking Preparation ...................................................33
Unpacking Procedures ....................................................34
Unpacking Wooden Case.............................................34
Unpacking Carton ......................................................37
Goods Inspection and Handover ......................................39
Inspecting Goods.......................................................39
Handing Over Goods ..................................................40
Cabinet Installation......................................... 41
Cabinet Description........................................................41
Cabinet Categories ....................................................41
Service Cabinet Functional Modules..............................44
Cabinet Indices .........................................................48
Cabinet Features .......................................................49
Installation Overview .....................................................49
Installation Principle...................................................49
Cabinet Installation Flow ............................................50
Accessories...............................................................51
Base Installation Mode ...................................................53
Installation Flow ........................................................53
Adjustable Base Introduction.......................................53
Adjusting Base Height ................................................57
Positioning Adjustable Base.........................................59
Mounting an Adjustable Base .....................................62
Installing a Cabinet....................................................63
Testing Insulation ......................................................66
Direct Installation Mode..................................................67
Installation Flow ........................................................67
Installing Expansion Bolts ...........................................68
Installing a Cabinet....................................................70
Testing Insulation ......................................................73
Neighboring Cabinet Connection ......................................74
Connecting Neighboring B6080-20B Cabinets ................74
Connecting Neighboring Server Cabinets.......................75
Connecting Server Cabinet With Service Cabinet ............78
Cabinet Accessories Installation.......................................80
Installing Cable Troughs .............................................80
Installing Decorative Panels for a Service Cabinet ..........80
Installing Decorative Panels for a Server Cabinet ...........82
Disassembling Front and Rear Doors ............................84
Assembling Front and Rear Doors ................................85
Installing Top and Top-Side Panels ...............................86
Installing Side Doors ..................................................89
Cabinet Labels ..........................................................91
Installing Antistatic Floor Brackets ...............................91
Equipment Inside Server Cabinet Installation ....................93
Internal Device Overview............................................93
Installing Server........................................................96
Power and Ground Cables Installation ............ 99
Power and Ground Cables ...............................................99
Power and Ground Cables Installation Procedure.............. 100
Power and Ground Cable Installation Inside Service
Cabinet .............................................................. 101
Power Supply System Cabling ................................... 101
Ground Cables of Power Distribution Subrack .............. 103
Fan Subrack Power Cable.......................................... 104
Ground Cables of Fan Subrack ................................... 105
Service Sub-Rack Power Cable .................................. 106
Service Subrack Ground Cable................................... 107
Ground Cable of Cabinet Door ....................................... 108
Installing Cabinet and Inter-Cabinet Ground Cables.......... 109
Installing Power and Ground Cables Between Service
Cabinet and DC Power Distribution Cabinet ............. 111
Installing DC Power Distribution Cabinet and Power
Distribution Panel ................................................ 112
Power Cable Installation of Server Cabinet ...................... 113
Installing Power Cable from Server Cabinet to AC
Power Distribution Cabinet ................................ 113
Installing Cables in Server Cabinet............................. 114
Grounding of Other Devices .......................................... 117
Power and Ground Cables Wiring ................................... 117
Internal Cable Installation ............................ 121
Dual-Shelf UIM Control Plane Interconnection Cable ......... 121
PD485 Cable ............................................................... 122
Fan Monitoring Cable ................................................... 123
Internal Cable Wiring ................................................... 124
External Cable Installation ............................ 131
Ethernet Cables........................................................... 131
OMC Ethernet Cable................................................. 131
IP Access Cable ....................................................... 131
External Cable Wiring................................................... 132
Monitoring and Alarm Systems Installa-
tion ............................................................... 137
Monitoring System Overview ......................................... 137
Monitoring System Installation ...................................... 138
Monitoring Cables .................................................... 138
Smoke Sensor......................................................... 139
Temperature/Humidity Sensor ................................... 140
Infrared Sensor ....................................................... 141
Entrance Control Sensor ........................................... 142
Alarm System Overview ............................................... 143
Alarm Box Introduction ................................................ 144
Alarm Box Installation .................................................. 145
Installing an Alarm Box ............................................ 145
Installing Alarm Box Cables....................................... 147
Background System Installation.................... 149
Background System Composition ................................... 149
Background System Environment Requirements .............. 150
Background System Installation Requirements ................ 150
Installing Background System ....................................... 151
Background System Network Cable ................................ 152
Network Cable Description ........................................ 152
Making Network Cables ............................................ 153
Testing Network Cables ............................................ 156
Network Cable Label Description................................ 156
Board Installation ......................................... 159
Board Description ........................................................ 159
Board Installation Precautions ....................................... 160
Inserting a Board ........................................................ 161
Unplugging a Board ..................................................... 164
Replacing a Board........................................................ 166
Hardware Installation Check ......................... 169
Hardware Installation Check Overview............................ 169
On-Site Environment Check .......................................... 170
Cabinet Installation Check ............................................ 170
Check of Power Cable and Ground Cable Wiring ............... 171
Cable Layout Check ..................................................... 171
Alarm Box Installation Check......................................... 172
Sensor Installation Check ............................................. 172
Maintenance Terminal Installation Check......................... 172
Other Checks .............................................................. 172
Power-On and Power-Off .............................. 175
Checks Before Power-On .............................................. 175
Power-On Procedures ................................................... 176
Powering On Service Cabinet..................................... 176
Powering On Server Cabinet...................................... 176
Powering On Mini-Computer ...................................... 177
Power-Off Procedures................................................... 178
Powering Off Service Cabinet .................................... 178
Powering Off Server Cabinet ..................................... 178
Powering Off Mini-Computer...................................... 178
Hardware Maintenance.................................. 181
Replacing a Fan Subrack............................................... 181
Replacing Fans in a Fan Subrack .................................... 182
Cleaning a Dustproof Subrack ....................................... 184
Cleaning a Dust Gauze ................................................. 185
Figures .......................................................... 187
Tables ........................................................... 193
Packing, Storage and Transportation ............ 195
Packing ...................................................................... 195
Storage...................................................................... 196
Transportation............................................................. 196
List of Glossary.............................................. 199
About This Guide

Purpose This guide provides procedures and guidelines to install the hard-
ware of ZXMBW AGW.
Intended This guide is intended for engineers and technicians who perform
Audience hardware installation of ZXMBW AGW.
Prerequisite Skill To use this guide effectively, users must have a general under-
and Knowledge standing of wireless telecommunications technology. Familiarity
with the following is helpful:
� ZXMBW AGW hardware structure
� Various components of ZXMBW AGW system
� Local operating procedures of ZXMBW AGW
What Is in This This guide contains the following chapters:
Guide
Chapter Summary

Chapter 1 Introduces the safety instructions


Safety Instructions and signs.

Chapter 2 Introduces the installation and


Installation Flows commissioning flows, hardware
installation flow and precautions
of ZXMBW AGW hardware.

Chapter 3 Introduces about checking


Installation Preparation the installation environment,
preparing the tools and
instruments and technical
documents.

Chapter 4 Introduces the unpacking method


Unpacking and Acceptance and acceptance handover flow of
ZXMBW AGW hardware.

Chapter 5 Introduces the categories,


Cabinet Installation functions and features of ZXMBW
AGW cabinet and procedures of
ZXMBW AGW cabinet installation.

Chapter 6 Introduces power and ground


Power and Ground Cables cables and explains the installation
Installation of the same.

Chapter 7 Introduces internal cables and


Internal Cable Installation explains the installation and wiring
of the same.

Chapter 8 Introduces external cables and


External Cable Installation explains the installation and wiring
of the same.

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Chapter Summary

Chapter 9 Introduces the monitoring system


Monitoring and Alarm Systems composition and the alarm system
Installation structure of ZXMBW AGW and
installation of the two systems.

Chapter 10 Introduces the installation of


Background System Installation ZXMBW AGW background system.

Chapter 11 Introduces the installation of


Board Installation ZXMBW AGW boards.

Chapter 12 Introduces the checking methods


Hardware Installation Check after completing ZXMBW AGW
hardware installation.

Chapter 13 Introduces the power-on and


Power-On and Power-Off power-off sequence of ZXMBW
AGW.

Chapter 14 Introduces the procedure


Hardware Maintenance of ZXMBW AGW hardware
maintenance.

Appendix A Introduces the packing, storage


Packing, Storage and and transportation of ZXMBW
Transportation AGW system components.

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Declaration of RoHS
Compliance

To minimize the environmental impact and take more responsibility


to the earth we live, this document shall serve as formal declara-
tion that ZXMBW AGW manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION are in
compliance with the Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parlia-
ment - RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) with respect
to the following substances:
� Lead (Pb)
� Mercury (Hg)
� Cadmium (Cd)
� Hexavalent Chromium (Cr (VI))
� PolyBrominated Biphenyls (PBB’s)
� PolyBrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE’s)

ZXMBW AGW manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION meets the


requirements of EU 2002/95/EC; however, some assemblies
are customized to client specifications. Addition of specialized,
customer-specified materials or processes which do not meet the
requirements of EU 2002/95/EC may negate RoHS compliance of the
assembly. To guarantee compliance of the assembly, the need for
compliant product must be communicated to ZTE CORPORATION in
written form.
This declaration is issued based on our current level of knowledge.
Since conditions of use are outside our control, ZTE CORPORATION
makes no warranties, express or implied, and assumes no liability in
connection with the use of this information.

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Chapter 1

Safety Instructions

Table of Contents
Safety Declaration .............................................................. 1
Safety Signs ...................................................................... 3

Safety Declaration
Description Some of installation operations are performed in the dangerous
working environment so the operator must abide by the safety reg-
ulations in the whole process of hardware installation. This equip-
ment can only be installed, operated and maintained by qualified
professionals.
Please observe the local safety codes and relevant operating proce-
dures in equipment installation, operation and maintenance. Oth-
erwise, personal injury or equipment damage may be caused. ZTE
must not bear any liabilities incurred by violation of the universal
safety operation requirements, or violation of the safety standards
for designing, manufacturing and using the equipment.
Precautions The safety precautions introduced below are only supplementary
to the local safety codes.
� Electric shock danger
Electric cable and electric equipment is usually most danger-
ous.
During installation, remember to wear rubber shoes. Do not
intentionally expose to electric shock and touch the terminal
with hand to check if the device is electrified.
� Lightning strike danger
Do not rely on the lightning protection system all the time es-
pecially during overhauling. At that time the lightning protec-
tion system may be damaged or its construction may not be
completed yet.
Be careful in lightning when working on indoor cables that are
connected with outdoor cables during lightning storm.
� Raised floor danger
The raised floor is a part of HVAC system. After removing the
floor, dust which was held down under the floor now flies up in
the air. At this time it is required to wear a pair of safety glass
and a dustproof mask.

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The floor base is made of metal. The whole part of floor can
not be removed from one line without being connected with the
carling. Before removing the floor, make marks of mounting
location and directions on the floor in order for easy restora-
tion.
� Overhead passage danger
Do not creep or walk on the beam or rack. Wear safety pro-
tection device when working on the overhead passage. When
working on the passage, wear protection devices.
Do not throw any things down form the overhead passage. Use
fishing string or bag to carry the things up and down when they
can not be reached.
� Creeping space danger
The telecommunication cables are laid on the ceiling or under
the raised floor. Those places are called creeping space.
Wear a hard hat to prevent the head being injured by hard
or sharp things in the creeping passage. Make sure there is
enough lightning in the creeping passage. Use electric torch
or other kinds of illuminating lights if necessary.
Wear a dustproof mask to prevent dust, fiber insulated things
and other things that may result in respiratory trouble in the
creeping space.
When moving on the creeping space, only choose those sur-
faces or support racks available for creep or walk to go.
When working on the ceiling, do not throw any things down
form the ceiling. Use fishing string or bag to carry the things
up and down when they can not be reached. Do not put any
things on the ceiling.
� Anti static electricity
Static electricity may be generated by person body moving,
friction between the body and the clothes, walking on the floor
and other kinds of activities. Static electricity may damage
device components.
Make sure to wear antistatic bracelet shown in Figure 1 when
inserting/extracting a board, holding a board, touching device
components during maintenance. The antistatic bracelet must
be connected to the corresponding jack in the cabinet.

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FIGURE 1 ANTI-STATIC BRACELET

Safety Signs
Description Symbols with related instructions are used for some points that
need special attention in this manual. At the same time, the cor-
responding safety signs are posted on the equipment. The safety
signs and their meanings are described in Table 1.

TABLE 1 SAFETY SIGNS DESCRIPTIONS

Safety Signs Meaning

Caution sign

Antistatic sign

Electric shock sign

The safety signs shown in the above table conform to the national
standard GB 2894-1996 Safety Signs.
Precautions The precautions in this manual are divided into four safety levels,
which are descried below.

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Danger:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury of people, or equipment damages
and breakdown.

Warning:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could result in major or serious injuries, equipment damages or
interruption of major services.

Caution:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could result in serious injuries, equipment damages or interruption
of part of services.

Tip:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could result in injuries, equipment damages or interruption of part
of services.

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Chapter 2

Installation Flows

Table of Contents
Installation and Commissioning Flow ..................................... 5
Hardware Installation Flow..................................................10
Hardware Installation Precautions ........................................14

Installation and
Commissioning Flow
Description The running status of the equipment is closely related to installa-
tion quality. Therefore, it is necessary to standardize the equip-
ment installation to effectively reduce the liable factors due to im-
proper installation and to improve the equipment operational reli-
ability.
Commissioning Figure 2 shows the equipment installation and commissioning flow
Flow chart. This is a general flow from the beginning to the end (final
acceptance) of the engineering, which is helpful for the field engi-
neering personnel to have an overall understanding of the whole
hardware installation process. This manual describes one part of
the overall flow in the equipment installation, that is, hardware
installation.

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FIGURE 2 INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING FLOW

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Flow Description Each installation phase is described as follows:


1. Engineering survey (including first environment acceptance)
Before site survey, the engineers must get familiar with con-
tents of contract and the technical proposal, know the configu-
ration and technical requirements of contract, and understand
terms and conditions of project and the schedule to make full
preparations. After arriving at the site, designers communi-
cate with the equipment operator and the sales representative
to devise a plan. With the help of customer representatives,
designers conduct site survey and record information.
In project survey, the survey engineers understand the current
communication network structure, collect necessary data for
equipment configuration and installation, and check the run-
ning equipment environment for the first time.
After the survey, collect the survey data, work out the engi-
neering interface diagram, and carefully fill the Project Survey
Report and Environment Acceptance Report (first acceptance).
If anything is found inconsistent with the actual situations, ne-
gotiate with the operator and ask for its opinions to reach an
agreement. Important issues can be recorded in the particu-
lar memos. If the survey results do not comply with contract,
contact the local ZTE office in time so that the representative
office can communicate with the operator to sign a supplemen-
tary contract.
2. Engineering installation design
Based on contents of the Project Survey Report and with ref-
erence to the Installation Design Specifications and related in-
dustrial design specifications, the engineering designers make
engineering installation design, draw normalized installation
drawings and produce an Engineering Design Document in both
text and electronic versions. The Engineering Design Docu-
ment includes:
� Design basis, existing equipment overview and present
project overview
� Network organizational structure and implementation of
services
� Detailed equipment configuration list
� System data and subscriber data
Engineering installation drawings includes site survey diagram
and system configuration, network diagram, electric wiring di-
agram and layout chart.
3. Second environment acceptance
The Engineering Supervisor conducts the second check for run-
ning equipment environment according to the items specified
in Environment Acceptance Report. Forward the environment
requirements for the equipment installation and require the
operator to meet conditions for a guaranteed project. If con-
ditions are not satisfies, the project supervisor advises the op-
erator for rectification as soon as possible.
After environment acceptance check, perform the unpacking
inspection. If conditions are not satisfied, the project supervi-

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sor fills the Construction Suspension and Resumption Report,


explain the reasons. The project supervisor should negotiate
with the carrier, requesting the carrier to improve the commis-
sioning environment as soon as possible and agreeing on the
commissioning time.
If only several items do not meet the installation conditions
in the equipment installation environment, on the precondition
that the installation is not affected, installation can be imple-
mented first after friendly negotiation of both parties. How-
ever, in this case, related matters must be included into the
acceptance conclusions of the Environment Acceptance Report.
During the engineering suspension, if the equipment commis-
sioning conditions are satisfied, the engineering supervisor fills
in a Work Suspension/Restoration Report. After both parties
sign the report, the installation can be restored.
4. Unpacking inspection
The unpacking inspection must be performed with reference
to the Unpacking Inspection Guide, when both the engineer-
ing supervisor and the carrier’s personnel are on site. During
the unpacking inspection, antistatic measures should be taken
for unpacking the circuit boards. The environment for storing
them should meet the requirements.
Upon unpacking inspection, open the first case and take out
the packing list delivered with the equipment. Check the to-
tal number of goods according to the packing list. Then open
each packing case in turn and check if the goods in the case
are in compliance with the packing list. In case any mistaken
delivery, missing delivery or loss of goods is found during the
inspection, fill in the Supplementation Application and contact
ZTE timely for supplementation.
After the Unpacking inspection, fill in the Unpacking Inspection
Report, and both parties must sign the report to confirm the
inspection. If the carrier does not participate in the unpacking
inspection, the equipment must be kept well according to the
delivery list, and should be delivered completely to the carrier
when the project is completed.
5. Hardware Installation
The equipment installation personnel together with the related
personnel from the carrier must perform hardware installation
according to the Installation Design Specifications, Installation
Debugging Specifications and this manual. The engineers must
prepare the corresponding tools, instruments & meters, related
technical manuals and tables.
If any equipment fault is detected, an Equipment Deployment
Fault Report must be filled in.
6. Power-on
After the installation and before the power-on, check the
equipment thoroughly. The checked items include: whether
the cable connection is correct, whether the size and color of
the power cable comply with the specifications, whether the
ground resistance meet the standard, whether the voltage
value is within the allowed voltage range, and whether the
switches of each board and power module are in OFF state.

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The system debugging can only be carried out successfully


when the hardware has been correctly installed.
Strictly follow the equipment power-on procedure and wear an
antistatic wrist strap to power on the equipment.
7. Software Installation
If software has been already installed in the equipment in the
factory, check the software to make sure it has been correctly
installed, all the patches have been installed and the software
versions meet the requirements.
If the software has not been installed in the equipment, the
site installation personnel must install the software properly
conforming to the corresponding software installation manual.
Strictly comply with the requirements during the installation.
8. System test
The system test personnel should prepare appropriate (soft-
ware and hardware) tools, technical manuals, forms and office
data.
The test personnel should perform the corresponding data con-
figuration according to the requirements of corresponding data
configuration manual and practical onsite condition. Ask the
carrier to make communication with the peer-end office if nec-
essary.
If any equipment fault is detected, an Equipment Deployment
Fault Report must be filled in and faxed to ZTE for assistance.
Upon completion of the test, the test personnel should com-
plete the Test Records form for the product.
9. Preliminary acceptance
The test personnel should first submit an Application for Pre-
liminary Acceptance to the carrier, and then negotiate the ac-
ceptance time and personnel.
The acceptance personnel should perform acceptance tests as
specified in the Installation Acceptance Report and Acceptance
Records form and according to the carrier’s requirements, and
complete the Installation Acceptance Report and Acceptance
Records form to be signed by the carrier who should then issue
a Preliminary Acceptance Certificate.
If the equipment fails to meet some major requirements or
performance specifications, the acceptance personnel should
perform the system debugging and test.
10. Equipment handover
After the preliminary acceptance test is qualified, the accep-
tance personnel hand over the project to the carrier. The ac-
ceptance personnel fill in the Handover Report of this project
according to the contents of Handover Report Template, and
hand over the equipment and related engineering documents
to the carrier.
11. Cutover
Upon completion of the preliminary acceptance, the ZTE per-
sonnel should work together with the carrier to perform cutover
on the equipment according to the cutover plan prepared by

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the carrier. ZTE Corporation is responsible for ensuring the


normal operation of the equipment during the cutover.
Preparations for the cutover, maintenance and management
should be made.
The acceptance test engineers should work together with the
equipment maintenance engineers from the local representa-
tive office to hand over the related documents and electronic
documents to the carrier.
12. Trial run
During the trial run, unless the carrier has special require-
ments, the installation personnel should observe the equip-
ment that has gone through the cutover, for one to three days
before leaving the site to make sure it operates normally.
The local representative office of ZTE Corporation should pe-
riodically inquire the carrier about the equipment operation.
During the trial run, the carrier should complete and archive
the Operation Records form. If some major specifications are
not up to requirements, the local representative office should
solve the problem as soon as possible and negotiate with the
carrier over the time when the equipment will be put into offi-
cial operation.
13. Final acceptance
Upon completion of the 3-month trial run, the local represen-
tative office of ZTE Corporation should, according to the equip-
ment operation, submit an Application for Final Acceptance and
Operation Records to the carrier and negotiate the final accep-
tance time.
Personnel from related departments of the carrier should work
together with the personnel from the local representative office
of ZTE Corporation to perform final acceptance tests.
Upon completion of the final acceptance, the carrier should
complete the User Report and issue a Final Acceptance Certifi-
cate.

Hardware Installation Flow


Description During the equipment hardware installation, the engineer should
install the cabinet, chassis, boards, power systems, and grounding
systems and connection cables. After the installation and connec-
tion, the engineer should make engineering labels, affix labels on
cables and equipment, and make an engineering record.
After the hardware installation, the engineer should power on the
equipment. Before the equipment is powered on, the engineer
should check the internal and external conditions of the equip-
ment, to avoid the damage caused by faults.
Installation Flow Figure 3 and Figure 4 show the hardware installation flow chart
which is helpful for the field engineering personnel to have an over-
all understanding of the whole hardware installation process.

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FIGURE 3 HARDWARE INSTALLATION FLOW CHART 1

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FIGURE 4 HARDWARE INSTALLATION FLOW CHART 2

Flow Description Each installation phase is described as follows:


� Hardware Installation Preparation
Before the equipment hardware installation, the engineers
should get familiar with the equipment room, equipment
configurations and composition, and prepare the engineering
design documents, installation guide documents, installation
tools and equipment carrying implements that are required in
hardware installation.
� Cabinet Installation

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If the equipment room is equipped with antistatic floor, the


cabinet should be secured on a base which is installed on the
floor first. If the equipment room is equipped with cement
floor, the cabinet can be installed directly on the ground. If
multiple cabinets are installed, the cabinets should be installed
firstly before connected with each other. The shelf and other
accessories should be installed after cabinet installation.
� Power Cable and Ground Cable Installation
Before power cable and ground cable Installation, the equip-
ment cabinet, primary power supply and the grounding system
are installed in position. The cable binding should be after in-
stallation of all the power cables and grounding cables.
� Internal Cable Installation
The internal cables include system clock cable, line reference
clock cable, control plane interconnection cable, dual-shelf
control plane interconnection cable, PD485 cable and fan
monitoring cable etc. The internal cable installation is usually
finished before product delivery. The user can refer to the
related contents in this manual for equipment check and
maintenance.
� External Cable Installation
All the external cables are installed on site, which include trans-
mission system cables, OMC Ethernet cables and IP access ca-
bles etc.
� Monitoring and Alarm System Installation
The monitoring and alarm system is composed of a power dis-
tribution box, a smoke alarm, an infrared sensor, a tempera-
ture/humidity sensor, a door-control sensor and an alarm box
etc.
� Background System Installation
The background system is composed of the server end and the
client end.
� Board Installation
The boards are installed after shelf installation. If the shelves,
boards are packed along with the cabinet, the engineer only
needs to check the fixation of the shelves and boards to see
if there is any loose connection. If the shelves and boards
are packed separately ( for capacity expansion for example),
it is required to install them on site. During the installation,
make sure the cable connection and the installation position is
correct and the installation operation must strictly conform to
the installation flow.
� Hardware Installation Check
A comprehensive check is needed after the hardware instal-
lation so that the equipment can be powered on successfully.
The hardware installation check include checking of cabinet in-
stallation, cable connection and layout, auxiliary devices, and
other items.
� Power-On and Power-Off

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The power-on and power-off operations mainly include proce-


dures of plugging/unplugging boards, checking before equip-
ment power-on and equipment power-on/power-off.

Hardware Installation
Precautions
Description When implementing the installation work, the ZTE engineers are
primary and the technical personnel from the carrier are sec-
ondary. The normal running and maintenance of the equipment
needs active cooperation of the technical personnel from the
carrier. They should learn the structure, installation, cable layout
and debugging procedures of the equipment so as to properly
maintain the equipment in the future. In the mean time, the ZTE
engineers should check the equipment room environment under
the cooperation of the technical personnel form the carrier, learn
the carrier’s communication networking, system data configura-
tion, equipment running status, transmission device interfaces
and the length of various kinds of cables involved so that the
project commissioning can be implemented smoothly.
Precautions � Prior to the installation, carefully read this manual and the re-
lated manuals, and strictly follow the installation flow and re-
quirements mentioned in this manual during the installation.
� The equipment hardware should be installed by those who have
attended the training related with the communication equip-
ment installation and have skilled installation technique.
� During the installation, be conscious of personal safety, and
prevent electrical shock and personal injury.
� The installation technicians should wear insulation shoes dur-
ing the installation activities.
� The installation technicians should wear antistatic bracelet in
plugging/unplugging boards. In a dry environment, the static
electricity accumulated on the human body can produce high-
voltage static electricity. When the operators with static elec-
tricity touch electronic components, the discharge of the elec-
tricity can damage electronic components. Antistatic bracelet
can release the electrostatic charges in the human body and
thereby avoid damage to the components.
� The power cable layout must conform to the related require-
ments, with -48 V power cable using the blue wire and -48 V
power ground cable using the black wire. Do not connect them
reversely. Before powering-on the equipment, use the multi-
meter to measure the voltage to see if it is normal. The power
cable must be able to bear the power supply for the whole cab-
inet with full configuration and also make allowance based on
it.
� Keep the boards at least 10 cm away from strong DC magnetic
field or the cathode-ray tube of the monitor of the maintenance
console.

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� Do not force the board into the slot to avoid pins on the board
being bent. Plug the boards along the slots, and avoid contact
between parallel boards to avoid any short circuit.
� Hold the circuit boards at the edges and do not contact the
circuits, components or connectors of the board. Handle with
care, and be careful of hand injury.
� Both ends of each cable should be labelled for convenient main-
tenance in the future.

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Installation Preparation

Table of Contents
Installation Environment Check ...........................................17
Auxiliary Equipment Preparation ..........................................30
Tools and Meters Preparation ..............................................30
Technical Documents Preparation.........................................32

Installation Environment
Check
Equipment Room Construction
Purpose To make sure the installation work goes smoothly and the equip-
ment running environment satisfies the requirements, the engi-
neer must check the items of the equipment room construction
including the layout, area, height, floor, walls, doors, and win-
dows of the equipment room, load-bearing of the floor, quakeproof
and lightning protection requirements and the cabling troughs and
openings of the equipment room. If any of items is found un-
qualified, the engineer should rectify and improve it to prevent
any hidden troubles that occur during equipment installation and
maintenance.
Check Items The check items of equipment room construction are described as
follows:
1. Equipment room layout
Generally, the equipment room is classified into main equip-
ment rooms and auxiliary equipment rooms. The main equip-
ment room is used to install the principal equipment of the
system, while the auxiliary equipment room is used to install
such auxiliary equipment as the operation and maintenance
equipment, Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS), and accumu-
lator batteries. To make the main equipment run in an inde-
pendent environment and be maintained and managed con-
veniently, the main and auxiliary equipment rooms must be
separated yet not far from each other to make the connecting
lines between them as short as possible.
The operation and maintenance console should be so arranged
as to allow the operation and maintenance personnel face the

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front side of the main equipment. Generally, the main equip-


ment room and the operation and maintenance room are sep-
arated with a glass wall. Principal equipment and the primary
power supply should not be installed in the same room.
2. Equipment room area
The equipment rooms should be large enough to accommodate
the main and auxiliary equipment configured to their full capac-
ities for the switching system. Generally, if there are multiple
rows of cabinets, the spacing between one row and another is
not less than 1.2 m. The spacing between the rear/front of the
cabinet and the wall is not less than 1 m. The spacing between
the left (or right) side of each row and the wall is not less than
0.8 m. Figure 5 shows the details.

FIGURE 5 EQUIPMENT ROOM PLANE LAYOUT SCHEMATIC


DIAGRAM

3. Equipment room height


The height of an equipment room indicates the net height from
the undersurface of the beam or the ventilation pipe to the
surface of floor.
In the case of overhead cabling, the height of the equipment
room must not be less than 3 m. In the case of underfloor
cabling, the height of the equipment room must not be less
than 2.7 m. The engineering design document must contain
special instructions covering the cable routing methods.
4. Floor bearing capacity

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The bearing capacity of floor in the main equipment room is


not less than 450 kg/m2. The bearing capacity of floor in the
auxiliary equipment room is not less than 300 kg/m2.
5. Passage
The door, corridor, elevator or stair must be of appropriate size
to contain the equipments if they are required to be moved. In
general, the door is equipped with lock and key, with the width
of it not less than 1.8 m and the height of it not less than 2.2
m.
6. Cabling rack, groove and hole
The grooves and cabling racks are used to lay out various ca-
bles.
When overhead cabling mode is employed, the cabling racks
must be 2.5m to 3m high above the ground, and the cabling
racks of different heights can be connected through ladders.
When the underground cabling mode is employed, hidden
pipes, ground slots and openings shall be reserved under the
floorboard, and their quantities, locations and sizes shall meet
the cabling requirements, with the convenience considered for
maintenance and cabling in future capacity expansion.
Various grooves shall have damp-proof measures taken, the
margins and corners of which shall be level and regular. The
gap between the floor and the cover boards shall be closed.
The lighting and power lines shall be laid in a hidden way.

Warning:
Be careful in the construction if there are power cables in the
groove or holes.

7. Equipment room floor


The floor should be either antistatic raised floor or antistatic
terrazzo floor. The system impedance should comply with
YD/T 754-95 General Guidelines of Communication Equipment
Room ESD Protection, issued in June 1995. The floorboards
must be grounded electrostatically by connecting them with
the grounding device by a good conductor through 1 MΩ
current-limited resistor.
The equipment floor must look neat without fancy design. The
wall and roof must be painted in light and simple colors with
flat varnish or paint without silicides.
The raise floor must be 300 or 330 mm height. The floor blocks
must be laid tightly to the ground with allowable horizontal gap
between each block not more than 2mm/m2. The floor must
be damp-proof, rodent-proof and mothproof.
If the raised floor is not used, the static conductive floor must
be laid with volume resistivity between 1.0×107Ω~1.0×1010Ω.
And electrostatistic grounding must be applied for it.
8. Quakeproof capability
The equipment installation must adopt quakeproof measures
according to locally presumed earthquake intensity. The equip-

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ment room must be equipped with quakeproof facilities so that


it can resist magnitude 7 earthquake.
9. Lightening protection
When the equipment room main building itself or auxiliary fa-
cilities (such as chimneys, antennas, towers, etc.) are over a
height of 15m, effective lightning protection measures must be
taken in light of the lightening protection requirements for the
Class II civil buildings and constructions. In addition, mea-
sures to protect the equipment from direct lightening strike
and lightning current incursion must be taken during lighten-
ing-proof design.
Measures are to be taken to protect against flank lightning
when a high-rise building serves as the equipment room. Side-
strokes occur in lightning strokes areas. Therefore, protec-
tive measures against sidestroke takes in line with the specific
conditions, for example, connect the metal window frame of
building to the lightning protection lead wire, or install horizon-
tal lightning-protection metal straps on the external surface of
wall at certain place along the height of the building.
The following lightning protection measures should be taken
for the main building of the equipment room.
� Install the lightning protection grid or lightning protection
straps on the parts of the building that are subject to fre-
quent lightning attack.
� Protruding objects such as the chimney, antenna, water
tower, etc., should be equipped with overhead conductor
or arrestor.
� The cross section area of the leading wire of the lightning
protection device should be no less than 200 mm2, at an in-
ter-space not greater than 30 m, and the impulse ground-
ing resistance of the protective grounding device against
lightning for the building should be no greater than 10 Ω.
� Outdoor cables and metal pipes should be grounded be-
fore entering the building, and lightning arrestors should
be fixed at the place where outdoor overhead cables enter
the equipment room.
� It is advisable to use the metal parts (for example, the
reinforcing steel bars inside pillars and walls) of the build-
ing itself as the down-leads for the grounding entities.
And these down-leads should be electrically connected
with each other to balance the electric potential inside the
building.
� In addition, proper lightning-proof devices for power supply
must be installed onto the input lines of the mains supply
before entering the equipment room.

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Equipment Room Environment


Check
Purpose In order for smooth installation work, the engineer should make
sure the equipment running environment conforms to the re-
lated requirements. Therefore, the engineer should check the
temperature and humidity, anti-electromagnetic interference,
antistatic electricity, fire prevention, illumination, water supply
and drainage, heating and related facilities and other related
items. If any of items is found unqualified, the engineer should
rectify and improve it to prevent any hidden troubles that occur
during equipment installation and maintenance.
Check Items The equipment room environment checking items are described
as follows:
1. EMI
The equipment room locates far away from high-power ra-
dio transmitting stations, radar stations, and high-frequency
large-current equipment. The radiate electric field strength in
the equipment room is less than 300 mv/m, and the magnetic
field strength is less than 11 Gs.
Generally the engineer can take the following measures to pre-
vent EMI:
� The equipment room or the specific EMI source must be
shielded.
� The barrier shield must be placed between the primary de-
vice and the device featuring high-frequency radiation such
as transmitter , and different power supply circuits are pro-
vided for each device.
� The cables or conducting wires laid in the pipe must be
properly grounded and the shielding of all the cables must
be grounded.
� The signal cable uses the twist-pair cable to enable the volt-
age induced by circuit radiation on both lines to counteract
each other.
� The power cable layout must be separated from signal cable
layout.
� The grounding cables of the DC power supply must be sep-
arated from the one of the AC power supply in the equip-
ment room.
2. Static Electricity
The static electricity will damage devices and its harm to the
devices is persistent and potential. The accumulated harm
will cause intermittent failure and performance descent of the
equipment. The static electricity also causes software fail-
ure, resulting in malfunction or even misoperation of electronic
switch and control circuit.
The static induction is generated from outside electric fields
such as high-voltage transmission line and lightning or from
internal systems such as indoor environment, flooring materi-
als, integral equipment structure etc. In addition, the opera-

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tion and maintenance personnel may discharge static electric-


ity through the body when touching the equipment.
In order to eliminate the harm of static electricity discharge,
the engineer should take the following measures:
� The equipment must be well grounded. The equipment
should be grounded with copper foils at several points.
(The copper foils between the cement ground and the semi-
conductive floor are connected with the grounding cables.)
� The operation and maintenance personnel should wear an-
tistatic bracelet when working. The antistatic bracelet must
be connected to the static electricity discharge hole on the
equipment cabinet.
� The ground material, fabric walls and ceiling materials must
comply with the antistatic requirements. Table 2 shows the
details.

TABLE 2 ANTI-STATIC REQUIREMENTS FOR INDOOR MATERIALS

Item Anti-Static Requirements

Floor It must adopt electrostatic-conductive floor with


material good grounding. Do not use wood floor or plastic
floor, or lay woolen, flax or chemical fiber carpet.

Ceiling It must adopt antistatic product. Usually gypsum


material board is used. It’s prohibited to use common
plastic materials.

Wall It must adopt antistatic wallpaper. Usually the wall


surface is painted with gypsum coating or lime coating. It
material is prohibited to use common wallpaper or plastic
wallpaper.

3. Dustproof
Dust on the equipment can cause electrostatic adsorption,
which may result in bad contact. As a result, the equipment
running may be seriously affected. In order for normal equip-
ment running, the dustproof requirements for the equipment
room are as follows:
� The concentration of dust that is more than 5 μm in diam-
eter is less than 18,000 grains/cm3.
� There must be no explosive, conductivity, magnetic and
corrosive dust in the room. There certainly must be no
harmful and corrosive gases or gases that damage the in-
sulation properties of equipment, such as SO2, H2S and
NH3, NO2, etc.
Suggested dustproof measures:
� The double-layer glass is adopted for the external windows
and dustproof sealing strip is adopted for the door. It is
better to adopt the skylight airproof room equipped with
dustproof devices if conditions are available.
� Keep lab coat and slippers clean and replace them regularly.

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� Operating equipment needs to be put in the outer room.


The equipment room must avoid regular visit and door
opening and closing.
� In accordance with the relating regulations, the wall surface
and the roof of the room equipment must be painted with
anti-adsorption, anti-fire, and the moisture-proof coating
or pasted with wallpaper. The coating must adopt lusterless
paint.
� Coating of the roof and wall, doors, windows and the
ground must be proper and must not easily come off, and
it must be able to prevent sand and dust intrusion.
� To permitted extent, the relative humidity in the equipment
room must be high enough to reduce electrostatic adsorp-
tion of the dust.
4. Illumination
Install incandescent lights (or emergency lights) at the proper
locations between racks. Avoid long-time exposure to light
or sunlight to prevent aging or distortion cause to the circuit
boards or components by high temperature.
It is recommended to use color glasses, and dark non-transpar-
ent curtains for windows. The major illuminators in the equip-
ment room must be fluorescent lamps on the ceiling, with an
average illumination intensity of 300 ~ 450 lx.
5. Fire Prevention
The main building for the equipment room must meet the re-
quirements defined in the national standard GBJ 16-87 Code
for Design of Building Fire Protection or the related standards
made in local areas. The equipment room must be equipped
with sufficient fire-fighting equipment and reserved fire con-
trol passages according to the local fire prevention laws. Do
not store any flammable or explosive articles in the main or
auxiliary equipment room, and signs bearing “No Smoking” or
“No Open Flames” shall be posted at conspicuous places. Fire
protection equipment must be easily accessible and no fire hy-
drant is needed in the equipment room.
It is recommended to install alarming devices for smoke and
high temperature and inspect them frequently.
6. Water Supply and Drainage
No water pipes or drain pipes should run through the equip-
ment room to prevent any water from coming in the equipment
room.
7. Heating Facilities
The heating facilities should have no valve or bulkhead in the
equipment room and must not leak.
8. Temperature and Humidity
To ensure proper operational conditions of the equipment, the
temperature and humidity in the equipment room must be
maintained in certain range. Too high or low temperature or
humidity may bring negative impact on the equipment quality
and life. Table 3 states the temperature and humidity require-
ments, wherein the short-term working conditions mean that
the successive operating time is not more than 48 hours and

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the accumulated operating time per year is not more than 15


days.

TABLE 3 TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY REQUIREMENTS

Item Temperature Relative Humidity

Long- Short- Long- Short-


term term term term
working working working working
conditions conditions conditions conditions

Range 0℃~40 ℃ –5 ℃~0 ℃, 20%~90% 5%~20%,


40 ℃~45 ℃ 90%~95%

Note:
The temperature and humidity of the operating environment
inside the equipment room are measured at the spot that is
1.5m above the floor and 0.4m before the rack when there is
no protective plate in front or back of the equipment rack.
To keep the temperature and humidity in the equipment room
matching the above-mentioned conditions during equipment
running, the equipment room must be equipped with air-con-
ditioners and ventilation facilities. Generally, the main equip-
ment room is provided with air-conditioning equipment, and
other auxiliary equipment rooms are provided with the air-con-
ditioning equipment that runs seasonally as required (based on
the climates and economic capability of operator).

9. Ventilation Facility
The air tightness of equipment room is not damaged due to
the installation of ventilation facilities, while the content ratio
of fresh air delivered to the equipment room is not less than
5%, to guarantee the appropriate air freshness inside the room
and prevent dust.
10. Air-Conditioning
The capacity of the air-conditioning and ventilation system
shall be calculated on the quantities of the heat produced
by the principal equipment of the system and external heat
sources. The heat produced by external heat sources includes
that radiated by the sun to the equipment room through
windows or walls and that brought and produced by the
maintenance personnel who enter and stay inside it.
As the hot air flow features upward movement and the cooling
system of the main equipment adopts up-draught mode, when
installing a centralized air-conditioning system, it is better to
use the ventilation mode of "inlet down, outlet up". The air inlet
should be under the movable floor, helping heat dissipation for
equipment.
The air-conditioning equipment should be dual systems as
backups of each other especially in the main equipment
room in order for system running safety and reliability. The

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capacity of each system should be greater than half of the


total required air-conditioning capacity at least.

Equipment Room Power Supply


Purpose It is necessary to check the power supply of the equipment room
in order to keep the equipment running in normal status when
emergency occurs. And it is also easy to maintain the equipment
after the power check.

Danger:
Make sure the operator and equipment is safe when checking
power supply. Be careful to use correct measurement range when
using multimeter.

Check Items The check items of equipment room power supply are described
as follows:
1. Power supplies should be led into an equipment room to meet
the engineering requirements.
2. There must be clear symbols to identify power sockets of dif-
ferent voltages in the equipment room.
3. The AC power supply devices must contain not only mains
lead-in but also UPS or inverter as well as generating equip-
ment.
4. The indices of DC, AC power and UPS are as follows:
� DC power requirements
Voltage amplitude: The nominal voltage of the power sup-
ply provided by the power equipment in the equipment
room is -48V. Its fluctuation range is -40V~-57V.
The noise level indexes of DC power supply voltages shall
meet the general technical specifications of the Ministry of
Posts and Telecommunications (MPT).
DC power must have power-surge protection and indica-
tion.
� AC power requirements
Three-phase power supply: 380V±10%, 50Hz±5%, wave-
form distortion 5%
Single-phase power supply: 220V±10%, 50Hz±5%, wave-
form distortion 5%
The requirement for voltage frequency of the standby gen-
erator is the same as above, with the waveform distortion
5%~10%.
� UPS requirements
Input voltage: 220V±10%
Input frequency: 50Hz±5%
Power factor: 0.95
Output voltage: 220V±3%~220V±5%

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Output frequency: 50Hz~60Hz


Harmonic distortion: 5%
Output waveform: sine wave
Work mode: online
Dynamic latency: 2ms
5. Power consumption
System power consumption is related to the power supply ca-
pacity of the equipment room.Table 4 states the actual config-
uration and power consumption details.

TABLE 4 SUBRACK POWER CONSUMPTION

Subrack Power Consumption

BCTC Maximum power consumption of a single


subrack:value< 1000 W

BPSN Maximum power consumption of a single subrack:


alue< 1000 W

Power 30W
Subrack

Fan 160W
Subrack

Equipment Room Grounding


Purpose The equipment is grounded to run safely and normally and with-
stand external electromagnetic interference. As testified by prac-
tice, equipment failure in many cases results from bad grounding,
which will cause great damage to the equipment when suffering
the lightening attack. Therefore, the installation personnel must
check the grounding of the equipment room and the grounding
conditions that the equipment room provides to the equipment
before the equipment is installed.
Ground System The ground system comprises of ground cables, ground bus-bars,
ground in-lead cables and ground body. Figure 6 shows the ground
system cabling.

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FIGURE 6 GROUND SYSTEM CABLING

� Grounding body: the conductor that is buried underneath the


ground and in contact with the earth.
� Ground bus-bar: the common grounding bus bar of the
grounding cable that are led out from the equipment room
and the power supply room.
� Ground lead-in cable: the connecting line between the ground-
ing busbar and the grounding body.
� Ground cable: the connecting line between the communication
equipment and the grounding busbar.
Equipment Ground 1. An improper design of the ground system in the equipment
System room will cause the following impact on the equipment:
As the transient voltage surge due to lightning or other reasons
cannot be released properly, the relative high level formed ac-
cordingly will damage the equipment greatly.
The metal enclosure that bears electricity due to insulation fault
or other power fault inside the equipment will cause damage
to human body.
The accumulation of the electrostatic of the equipment will
cause damage to the components to a certain degree.
In addition, the improper working ground of the equipment will
increase the interference signals in the signal loop of the equip-
ment, which leads to the abnormal operation of the equipment.
2. Joint ground system

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The joint ground mode is recommended for designing actual


ground system.
� Lightning protection ground: It refers to the lightning pro-
tection of the construction facilities, which consists of light-
ning arrester, grounding conductor, and connectors that
connect with the ground system.
� Working ground: It refers to the common potential refer-
ence formed by the connected component loop inside the
equipment.
� Protection ground: It refers to the ground that is led from
the protection end or the outer enclosure of the equipment.
Its purpose is to prevent the metal outer enclosure of the
equipment from bearing electricity due to power supply
faults or other reasons of the equipment.
� The joint ground refers to the method that the working
ground and protection ground of the equipment, and the
lightning ground of the building are all connected together
to form one set of grounding body. It can be several ground
grids, for example, equipment room ground grid, power
room ground grid, and iron tower ground grid.
The reason why joint grounding is adopted is to prevent
ground level breakdown effect. When the lightning strikes
a building having communication equipment, electromag-
netic induction will increase the level of the communication
equipment. If the grounding body of the equipment is sep-
arate from the grounding body of the building, the level of
the equipment is zero, a huge potential occurs between the
circuits and components of the equipment and the ground.
In this case, the components and the circuits are very likely
to break down. This is called ground level breakdown ef-
fect.
If the working ground, the protection ground, and the light-
ning protection ground of the building are connected to one
grounding body, the electromagnetic induction will increase
both the level of the circuits of the communication equip-
ment and the ground level when a lightning strikes at the
building. In this case, there is no sharp potential between
the components and the circuits of the equipment and the
ground, which means that they are not likely to be dam-
aged.
3. Ground system design
The interrelationship between the lightning protection ground,
protection ground and working ground must be rational in the
ground system design. Each potential is same and does not
interfere with one another, and also can resist external inter-
ference.
To meet different grounding requirements, there are three
kinds of ground systems which are described as follows:
� Star distribution system
In this kind of system, the working ground cables and pro-
tection ground cables at different ground points are sepa-
rated from each other. The advantage of star distribution
system is that the loop current influence is lessened.

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� Net distribution system


In this kind of system, the working ground cables and pro-
tection ground cables are connected with each other at sev-
eral points, forming a grounding net.
The advantage of net distribution system is that the effec-
tive cross-sectional area of the ground conductor conduct-
ing the ground current is increased to reduce the voltage
drop on the ground conductor. In case of partial ground ca-
ble failure, the ground system is still able to protect the op-
erators and the equipment. This kind of system may cause
interference to some sensitive devices and affect their nor-
mal running. Therefore it is not suitable for sensitive de-
vices sometimes.
� Star-Net hybrid distribution system
The advantage of this kind of system is that a part of
grounds can adopt net distribution systems while some de-
vices sensitive to hum or noise can adopt star distribution
systems, and each system does its best without interfering
with one another.
4. Common Ground System
The user should choose the ground distribution system accord-
ing to the actual situations and the equipment requirements.
There are two kinds of common ground systems:
� Typical ground system for single-story building equipment
room
In the power room, there is a common ground bus (ground-
ing busbar), on which bolt ground terminals are provided.
All the devices to be grounded are connected to the com-
mon ground bus. If the length in any horizontal direction
of the building exceeds 60m, the second common ground
bus is needed. The maximum distance between the two
ground systems does not exceed 60m. The large-diameter
insulated strand cable are used to connect the two ground
systems.
� Typical ground system for multi-story building equipment
room
The ground cable led from the backbone is an insulated
strand cable. It is led from the common ground bus
(grounding busbar) at the ground floor and led upward
to connect the ground cable buses on each floor of the
building. The connection can adopt either brazing or fusing
to ensure the electric continuity. The equipment on each
floor must be connected to each ground cable bus on the
same floor with the equipment.
5. Ground resistance requirements
The resistance for the equipment room in joint grounding mode
should be less than 1 Ω.

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Auxiliary Equipment
Preparation
Purpose Before the installation of the equipment, it is necessary to check
the related auxiliary equipments to see whether they are in place
or applicable to avoid the potential delay when the system is un-
dergoing trial test after the installation.
Check Items � Power supply
Check whether the external power cable and the one con-
necting cabinet are prepared properly and sufficiently for the
project. There must be clear symbols to identify power sockets
of different voltages.
� Transmission equipment
Check whether the transmission equipment is ready.
� Distribution shelf
The Optical Distribution Shelf (ODF) and the Digital Distribution
Shelf (DDF) are installed or have ports in reservation.
� Other facilities
A special terminal console should be equipped for the terminal
equipment, and it should be installed in a proper position, in
accordance with the requirements for the equipment room floor
layout plan.

Tools and Meters


Preparation
Purpose To ensure smooth installation work, the required tools and meters
should be completely prepared before construction so as to avoid
any delay on site.
Tools and Meters The installation and test of the equipment and its maintenance
List background console need different instruments and meters at dif-
ferent stages. Please prepare them according to the requirements
listed in Table 5.

TABLE 5 TOOLS AND METERS LIST

Name Model and Remarks


Specifications

Steel measuring tape

Marking pen Or other tools that


can mark.

Straight screwdriver M3~M6

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Name Model and Remarks


Specifications

Cross screwdriver M3~M6

Nail hammer

Rubber hammer

Diagonal pliers

Pliers

Paper knife

Crowbar

Monkey wrench

Torque spanner 45Nm

Punch drill With φ14 drill bit

Electric drill

Electric saw

Vacuum cleaner

Ladder

Hacksaw

Plumb

Electric iron 40W

Wiring board Including two-phase


and three-phase
sockets

Network cable
crimping plier

Clamping pincers

Wire stripper Prepared by the


customer

Horizontal ruler

Multimeter

Ground resistance
tester

Network tester

Lineation template Provided with delivery

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Caution:
The meters cannot be used unless they are strictly calibrated and
proven qualified.

Technical Documents
Preparation
Purpose To ensure smooth installation work, the required technical docu-
ments should be prepared before construction.
Technical The technical documents include various design drawings, instal-
Document List lation manuals and acceptance manuals.
� Engineering Design and Construction Drawings, Engineering
Survey Report, and Environment Acceptance Report
The Engineering Design and Construction Drawings should be
implemented by the institute entrusted by the carrier, whose
copy should be provided by the carrier to the equipment man-
ufacturer before the equipment delivery.
The Engineering Survey Report should be filled in by the tech-
nical persons of the equipment manufacturer. If the engineer-
ing survey cannot be completed in time, the survey should be
implemented by the carrier under entrustment and then the
report is mailed to the manufacturer. It is used for the prepa-
ration of the engineering auxiliary materials.
The Environment Acceptance Report is used for the first
inspection on the equipment operation environment, checking
whether the environment complies with the installation re-
quirements. If not, ask the carrier to improve the environment
conditions. The second environment acceptance is performed
in the construction implementation phase.
� The related documents that come with the product.
� Installation Acceptance Report and Test Acceptance Report
The Installation Acceptance Report and Test Acceptance Report
are the engineering documents for the final acceptance after
the equipment commissioning, which should be provided by
the equipment manufacturer to the carrier in the equipment
delivery.

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Chapter 4

Unpacking and
Acceptance

Table of Contents
Unpacking Preparation .......................................................33
Unpacking Procedures ........................................................34
Goods Inspection and Handover ..........................................39

Unpacking Preparation
Purpose Before unpacking the equipment, the operator should learn the
unpacking procedure and precautions.
Unpacking Flow The unpacking flow is described as follows:
1. Preliminary work
� The environmental conditions are accepted as qualified.
� Determine involved personnel of both parties. Both the
customer representatives and the supplier representatives
must be involved in the acceptance.
� Determine the goods storage site and the custody method.
� Count the articles to see whether the total pieces of the
goods match the quantity in the packing list. Check if the
packing case is not damaged and if the delivery destination
is correct.
� Prepare the corresponding tools, including a nail hammer,
a crowbar, a paper knife and a straight screwdriver.
2. Check the total amount of the articles.
The Equipment Acceptance List and Unpacking Acceptance Re-
port are placed in package 1#. Open package 1# and take out
the Unpacking Acceptance Report. Check whether the total
pieces of the goods match the quantity in the Acceptance List
and then archive the report.
3. Unpacking inspection
The unpacking acceptance is implemented by the engineering
supervisor jointly with the equipment carrier representative.
he packages can be opened if they are not damaged. Each
package includes a Packing List. The engineering supervisor
must check item by item according to the Packing List.

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During the unpacking check, if any item is missing, lacked, in


error, excessive or damaged, the reason must be found and the
Unpacking Acceptance Return Notification must be filled by the
engineering supervisor, and must be fed back to ZTE in time
for handling.
The goods of ZTE may be packed in wooden case or carton.
Different tools are required to open them on site.

Caution:
ZTE do not assume any responsibility for any missing or dam-
aged parts occurred during unpacking unilaterally performed
by the customer.

4. Acceptance and handover


After unpacking acceptance, both parties sign on the Report
of Unpacking and Inspection for acknowledgment and do han-
dover.
Precautions Pay attention to the following aspects during the unpacking inspec-
tion:
� Use professional tools to open cases and do not operate wildly
lest the devices in the case should be damaged.
� Movement should be tender during unpacking. The coatings of
the goods should be protected. Please specially pay attention
to the antistatic requirements for circuit boards.
� Recycle the packing materials as much as possible, the waste
should be dealt with collectively and should not be discarded
or burned randomly.
� Check the fittings, accessories according to the packing list
after unpacking the cases. If any item is lost, lacked, in error,
excessive or damaged, contact ZTE office immediately.

Unpacking Procedures
Unpacking Wooden Case
Context This topic describes the procedure to unpack a wooden case.
To unpack the wooden case smoothly without damaging the cab-
inet, the operator should open the case according to the related
specifications.
The wooden case packaging for the cabinet is made up of a case,
foam plate, pearl cotton, plastic cover, inner package etc. The
appearance of the wooden case and its internal packing are shown
in Figure 7 and Figure 8.

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FIGURE 7 WOODEN CASE APPEARANCE

FIGURE 8 WOODEN CASE PACKAGING

1. Cabinet 4. Lower pillow 2


2. Upper pillow 2 5. Lower pillow 1
3. Upper pillow 1

Steps 1. It is better to move the packing case to or near the equipment


room before unpacking, so as to avoid damage of the cabinet
when moving the case.
2. Use such tools as a nail hammer, pliers, straight screwdriver
and crowbar to open the top cover of the case (as indicated
by the arrow on the case). The unpacking schematic diagrams
are shown in Figure 9.

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FIGURE 9 CABINET UNPACKING SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

3. Lift the wooden case upright.


Make its legs downward.
4. Pull the cabinet out of the wooden case.
Do not remove the plastic film for packing the cabinet before
pulling it out.
5. Remove the plastic film.
END OF STEPS

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Unpacking Carton
Context This topic describes the procedure to unpack a carton.
To unpack the carton smoothly without damaging the goods in
it, the operator should open the carton according to the related
specifications.
Cartons are usually used to hold electronic components, parts, ter-
minal equipment and auxiliary materials. The carton packaging is
shown in Figure 10 and Figure 11.

FIGURE 10 CARTON APPEARANCE

1. Packing tape
2. Adhesive tape
3. Carton

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FIGURE 11 CARTON PACKAGING

1. Board protecting cushion

Steps 1. Use diagonal pliers to cut the packing tape.


2. Use a paper knife to rip open the adhesive tape along the seam
on the carton cover.
Do not insert the knife too deep to avoid scratching boards in
the carton.
3. Open the carton and take out the foam boards.
4. Check the amount of boards inside if it matches the packing
list, and take out the boards together with the packing bags.
5. Open the antistatic packing bag and take out the circuit boards.
When taking the circuit board out of the antistatic bag, please
wear antistatic wrist strap so that static would not damage the
circuit board. Take notice of the influence of environmental
temperature and humidity. Usually desiccants are place in each
antistatic bag to absorb the moisture inside the bag to keep it
dry.

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Caution:
When the equipment is move to a hotter and damper place,
wait for at least 30 minutes before unpacking it so as to avoid
damages to the device caused by the moisture accumulated
on the equipment surface.

Note:
Generally the terminal devices are out-purchased. The pack-
ing carton specifications are usually different with one of the
board packing cartons. Unpack them according to practical re-
quirements of the equipment.

END OF STEPS

Goods Inspection and


Handover
Inspecting Goods
Context This topic describes the procedure to perform good inspection.
To ensure smooth installation work and normal equipment running,
the operator should check the cabinet and boards after unpacking
the equipment. If any thing is found unqualified or faulty, handle
it in time.
Steps 1. Take the cabinet out of the wooden case and make sure it is
placed on a solid ground without inclination.
2. Check for any concave, protrusion, scratch, peeling, blistering
or filthy mark on the cabinet surface.
3. Make sure various fastening screws are not loosening, coming
off or dislocating.
4. Check if the fan, board slot guides and other installation parts
on the rack are damaged or distorted.
5. Check if all the auxiliary parts and accessories for cabinet in-
stallation are completely provided.
6. Check if all the required boards are provided.
7. Check if the boards or the components on the boards are dis-
torted, damaged or missed.

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8. Check if the board No. and the version No. are consistent with
that provided on the packing list.
END OF STEPS

Handing Over Goods


Context After the equipment inspection and acceptance, the equipment can
be handed over to the carrier if it needs to be kept by the carrier.
This topic describes the procedure to hand over goods.
Steps 1. After the unpacking acceptance, both parties sign on the Re-
port of Unpacking and Inspection.
2. According to the contract, if the goods are to be kept by the
carrier after the unpacking acceptance, the equipment carrier
is responsible for goods safekeeping after the signature and
handover.
3. Each party holds one copy of the Report of Unpacking and In-
spection. The engineering supervisor returns the acceptance
conclusion in the report within seven days to the equipment
supplier for archiving.
END OF STEPS

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Chapter 5

Cabinet Installation

Table of Contents
Cabinet Description............................................................41
Installation Overview .........................................................49
Base Installation Mode .......................................................53
Direct Installation Mode......................................................67
Neighboring Cabinet Connection ..........................................74
Cabinet Accessories Installation...........................................80
Equipment Inside Server Cabinet Installation ........................93

Cabinet Description
Cabinet Categories
The equipment cabinet consists of the service cabinet and the
server cabinet. The outline dimensions of the cabinet are shown
in Table 6.

TABLE 6 OUTLINE DIMENSION (MM)

Name Outline Dimension Leg Dimension Remarks


(Height*Width (Width *Depth)
*Depth)

B6080-20B 2000*(598+50)*800 410*666 The width contains the side


Cabinet door thickness (25 mm) and
the side door is removable.

B6010-20B 2000*600*1000 360*886 The side door is


Cabinet unremovable.

� Service Cabinet
The service cabinet adopts 19-inch B6080-20B cabinet with
42U maximum internal space, in which the power distribution
subrack, fan subrack, service subrack and dustproof subrack
are required to be installed. The service cabinet appearance is
shown in Figure 12.

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FIGURE 12 SERVICE CABINET APPEARANCE

� Server Cabinet
The server cabinet adopts 19-inch B6010-20B cabinet with 42U
maximum internal space, in which all kinds of servers, Ether-
net switches, firewalls, and routers can be installed. The front
column of the server cabinet is provided with blank panels, ca-
ble fixation panel and fan subracks while the rear column of
the server cabinet is provided with the power distribution sub-

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rack, wiring board and other components. The server cabinet


appearance is shown in Figure 13.

FIGURE 13 SERVER CABINET

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Service Cabinet Functional Modules


Description The dual-power service cabinet system is composed of a cabinet,
a power distribution subrack, service subracks, fan subracks and
air deflector subracks, which meet different configuration require-
ments. A single cabinet can have the full configurations of three or
four service subracks (without air deflectors). The cabinet internal
layout with the full configuration of 3 service subracks is shown in
Figure 14.

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FIGURE 14 CABINET INTERNAL LAYOUT

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Functional Module � Power distribution subrack


Descriptions
The power distribution module integrates power supply, power
distribution and monitoring as a whole and supports dual -48
V DC power supply outputting 4 sets (2 lines per set) of -48V
power.
It adopts the universal subrack module (2U). The outline di-
mension is 482.6 mm×88.1 mm×377.5 mm (width × height ×
depth), not including the protruding part of the connection ter-
minal. Figure 15 shows the power distribution subrack struc-
ture.

FIGURE 15 POWER DISTRIBUTION SUBRACK

1. Circuit Breaker 4. Power Input Terminal


2. Front Panel 5. Power Output Terminal
3. Lightning Protector 6. Subrack

� Fan subrack
The fan subrack adopts universal fan frame (1U), in which a
close air duct with lower intake and upper outlet style forms in
order to forcibly cool the frame. It also has function of moni-
toring and automatic speed regulation.
Each fan shelf contains three groups of fan modules and each
group contains two fans. The blind mate operation can be re-
alized during on-site maintenance and live replacement. A
six-core power socket is provided for its power supply and
RJ-45 port is adopted for power output. Figure 16 shows the
fan subrack structure.

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FIGURE 16 FAN SUBRACK

1. Subrack 2. Plug-in Box

� Service subrack
The 9U service subrack employs a shielding cabinet structure
wherein boards can be inserted from both front and rear sides.
The service subrack is composed of the subrack unit, power
units, RBID unit, front and rear boards etc.
The cabling rack at the front of the service subrack is used for
cable binding and layout. Figure 17 shows the service subrack
structure.

FIGURE 17 SERVICE SUBRACK

1. RBID Board 4. Cabling Rack


2. Power Module 5. Side Ear
3. Short Guide Rail

� Air deflector subrack


The height of the air deflector is 3U. An inclined air deflector
plate divides the air deflector subrack into tow parts, wherein

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one part is the air intake for the upper boards and subracks and
the other part is the air outlet for lower boards and subracks.
With this air deflector, the cabinet space is fully used and the
air flow at each slot is increased.
Figure 18 shows the air deflector subrack structure.

FIGURE 18 AIR DEFLECTOR SUBRACK

1. Air Deflector Plate 3. Subrack


2. Dustproof Panel for Air Intake

Cabinet Indices
The technical indices of the equipment cabinet is described in Table
7.

TABLE 7 CABINET INDICES

Cabinet Service Cabinet Server Cabinet


Type

Cabinet 19-inch cabinet

Cabinet B6080–20B Cabinet B6010–20B Cabinet


Model

Color The mainbody of the cabinet is blue and both sides of


the door plate is made of bright silver materials.

Outline 2000 mm*598 mm*800 mm 2000 mm*600


Dimension (Height*Width*Depth). The mm*1000 mm
width does not include the side (Height*Width*Depth)
door size. Each side door is 25
mm wide.

Internal The internal height is 42U and the internal width is 19


Capacity inches.

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Cabinet Service Cabinet Server Cabinet


Type

Weight The net weight of the cabinet The net weight of the
is 150 kg and the total cabinet is 170 kg.
weight of the cabinet with full
configuration is 350 kg.

Power Sup- -48 VDC power 220 VAC power or -48


ply Re- VDC power
quirement

Cabling Supports both overhead cabling and underfloor cabling.


Mode

Operating Temperature range: 0 ℃~40 ℃; Humidity range: 20


Environ- %~90 %
ment

Cabinet Features
The 19-inch cabinet adopted for the equipment has the following
features:
� Both edges of the cabinet door adopt the section material with
a color of bright-silver, or are coated with bright-silver paint.
The middle of the door plate is in dark color, with arc-shaped
section material, representing a rich and harmonious tone.
� With basic tracery pattern, the ventilation vent features the
distinct traditional culture.
� The cabinet mainbody is blue.

Installation Overview
Installation Principle
Description To ensure smooth installation work and future maintenance, install
the cabinet according to the specifications.
Installation 1. Cabinet layout requirement
Specification
� Easy for installation
� Easy for routine maintenance
� Easy for future expansion of the system.
� Safe bearing capacity of the floor, even distribution of load
� The arrangement mode of the cabinet is designed and de-
termined in light of the system configuration by both the
customers and the technical personnel of the suppliers. The

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installation position and direction must match the engineer-


ing design drawing.
� The distance between each horizontal row of the cabinets
and the distance between the cabinet and the wall:
The distance between the cabinet side and the wall ≥ 800
mm;
The distance between the front side and the wall ≥ 1,000
mm;
The distance between cabinet rows ≥ 1,200 mm.
2. Cabinet installation requirement
� The cabinet must be installed upright. After installation is
completed, the horizontal or vertical deviation must not be
more than 3 mm.
� Cabinet layout must conform to the engineering design re-
quirement. The side of each row of the cabinets, which is
close to the major walkway, must be aligned in line with
the minimum deviation not more than 5 mm.
� When installing combined cabinets, the neighboring cabi-
nets must close tightly to each other and the front plane
and the rear plane of each row of the cabinet must be
aligned. The top edge of the cabinets must be on the same
plane.
� Combining the features of the equipment room, the cab-
inet fixation mode adopts base installation and direct in-
stallation. Each captive screw must be tightened and the
exposure length (height) of the same kind of screws must
be same.
� Every kind of components must not come off or be dam-
aged. The coating must not flake off or be scratched. If
any flake appears, supplement coating would be applied.
� All kinds of labels must be clear and complete.
� Shock-proof measures must be taken during the fixation
and installation of the cabinet.

Cabinet Installation Flow


Description The mode for installing the cabinet base depends on the environ-
ment of the equipment room. There are three modes, height-reg-
ulating base (also called adjustable base) installation mode, direct
installation mode, and fixed base installation mode.
The fixed installation mode refers to an installation mode that the
base is designed and installed by the customer, or the base is al-
ready installed in the equipment room. The carrier can design and
install the base according to the base structure and size provided
by ZTE Corporation. This manual will not introduce this installation
mode.
Installation Flow Figure 19 shows the cabinet installation flow.

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FIGURE 19 CABINET INSTALLATION FLOW

Accessories
Cabinet Leg Before delivery, the cabinet bottom is installed with four legs. Fig-
ure 20 shows the leg structure.

FIGURE 20 LEG STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

1. M16 bolt
2. Locking nut
3. Height-adjusting nut
4. Insulating washer

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� Locking nut: fasten the locking nuts upward to lock the con-
nection between the legs and the cabinet.
� Height-adjusting nut: loosen the locking nut first, and then
adjust the height of the cabinet with a wrench.
� Maximum regulating height: 25mm.
Anchor Plate Kit The anchor plate kit is used to fix the cabinet legs. The appear-
ances of the anchor plate and insulating washers are shown in
Figure 21, wherein the anchor plate is pre-attached with the insu-
lating washers.

FIGURE 21 ANCHOR PLATE AND INSULATING WASHER APPEARANCES

1. Anchor plate 3. Insulating washer


2. Insulating pad

Adjusting Washer The adjusting washer is used to adjust the height of the cabinet or
height-regulating base. There are two heights of gaskets: 1 mm
and 2 mm, as shown in Figure 22.

FIGURE 22 GASKET SPECIFICATIONS

1. 1 mm gasket
2. 2 mm gasket

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Base Installation Mode


Installation Flow
Description The height-regulating base provided by ZTE is applicable to install
the cabinet in the equipment room covered with antistatic floor.
The height-regulating base is installed on the floor, and the legs
of the cabinet are fixed on the height-regulating base with anchor
plate kits.
Flow Figure 23 shows the flow of installing the adjustable base.

FIGURE 23 ADJUSTABLE BASE INSTALLATION FLOW

Adjustable Base Introduction


Description The cabinet is installed on the floor through the adjustable base.
Adjust the cabinet legs and the base height to make the cabinet
bottom on the same plane with the antistatic floor.

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Category The height-regulating base falls into type A, type B, and type C ac-
cording to different height-regulating ranges. The applicable range
for each base type is shown in Table 8.

TABLE 8 BASE APPLICATION RANGE

Type Applicability

A Antistatic floor height: 160 mm ~ 210 mm

B Antistatic floor height: 210 mm ~ 310 mm

C Antistatic floor height: 310 mm ~ 510 mm

The above-mentioned height-regulating ranges refer to the dis-


tance between the cabinet bottom and the floor after the cabinet
is installed, as shown in Figure 24. Select the suitable base ac-
cording to actual conditions.

FIGURE 24 ADJUSTABLE BASE INSTALLATION DIAGRAM (FRONT VIEW)

1. Cabinet 4. Groundsill
2. Anchor plate 5. Antistatic floor
3. Adjustable base

Appearance A cabinet needs two bases for fixation. The base appearance is
shown in Figure 25, Figure 26 and Figure 27.

FIGURE 25 ADJUSTABLE BASE A

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FIGURE 26 ADJUSTABLE BASE B

FIGURE 27 ADJUSTABLE BASE C

Structure The structure of the adjustable base used by B6080-20B cabinet


is shown in Figure 28, taking the adjustable base B for example.

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FIGURE 28 ADJUSTABLE BASE STRUCTURE EXPLODED VIEW 1

1. Movable Support 4. Nut M12


2. Fixed Support 5. Spring washer 12
3. Height locking bolt M12×25, plain 6. Plain washer 12
washer 12, spring washer 12 7. Expansion bolt M12×80

Note:
When the cables of B6080-20B cabinet are led out from the top of
the cabinet, it also can use the base shown in Figure 28.

The structure of the adjustable base used by B6010-20B cabinet


is shown in Figure 29, taking the adjustable base B for example.

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FIGURE 29 ADJUSTABLE BASE STRUCTURE EXPLODED VIEW 2

1. Movable Support 4. Nut M12


2. Fixed Support 5. Spring washer 12
3. Height locking bolt M12×25, plain 6. Plain washer 12
washer 12, spring washer 12 7. Expansion bolt M12×80

Adjusting Base Height


Context This topic describes the procedure to adjust all the bases to the
desired height according to the measured height of the raised floor.
Steps 1. Measure the height of the antistatic floor.
2. Loose the base height locking bolts, adjusting the movable
brackets up or down according to the arrow direction indicated
in Figure 30.

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FIGURE 30 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF BASE HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT

1. Movable Bracket 3. Fixed Bracket


2. Height Locking Bolt

3. Determine the holes for connecting the movable bracket to the


fixed bracket of the adjustable base. The hole positions corre-
sponding to the floor heights are described in table Table 9.

TABLE 9 ANTISTATIC FLOOR HEIGHT(MM)- ADJUSTABLE BASE BRACKET HOLE CROSS-REFERENCE

Antistatic Floor 160≤H185 185≤H210 210≤H235 235≤H260 260≤H285


Height (H)

Adjustable Base First Level on Second Level First Level on Second Level Third Level
Fixed Bracket Type A on Type A Type B on Type B on Type B
Hole

Antistatic Floor 285≤H310 310≤H335 335≤H360 360≤H385 385≤H410


Height (H)

Adjustable Base Fourth Level First Level on Second Level Third Level Fourth Level
Fixed Bracket on Type B Type C on Type C on Type C on Type C
Hole

Antistatic Floor 410≤H435 435≤H460 460≤H485 485≤H≤510 —


Height (H)

Adjustable Base Fifth Level on Sixth Level Seventh Eighth Level —


Fixed Bracket Type C on Type C Level on on Type C
Hole Type C

4. Connect the movable bracket to the fixed bracket with the


height locking bolts that come with the adjustable base and
then use a torque spanner to tighten the bolts and lock the
height to 45 Nm (Newton Metre).

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When tightening the bolts for base heights, follow the principle
“first the middle, next the two sides” to ensure the movable
bracket is reliably connected with the fixed bracket.
When connecting the brackets of the type A or B bases, use
3 height locking bolts for each joint. When connecting the
brackets of the type C base, use 4 height locking bolts for each
joint so as to enhance security of the connection as the base
is higher than type A and B bases.
END OF STEPS

Example If the antistatic floor height is 380 mm, the mounting hole position
should be the third level on Type C base, as referred in Table 9.
Specifically, the mounting hole refers to the fixed bracket holes on
the third level from the bottom up, as marked with "A" in Figure
30.

Positioning Adjustable Base


Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� The Engineering Design and Construction Drawings are ready.
� Four M12×80 expansion bolts are ready, with flat washers and
spring washers that come with the base.
Context This topic describes the procedure to determine the installation
position of the adjustable base for the marking and drilling opera-
tions before the base is installed.
Steps 1. If the equipment room floor is not measured, measure the level
of the equipment room with a level instrument to make sure
that the cabinet will not incline after installation.
2. Use one of the following methods to decide the position of ex-
pansion bolts that are used to mount a base.
Based on the cabinet position, place the scoring template on
the floor, and mark the installation holes for the expansion
bolts.
Measure a few marking points with a tape measure to decide
the position of the expansion bolts. The hole pattern diagrams
of the single cabinet and the multi-cabinet are respectively
shown in Figure 31 and Figure 32. The numerical values are
shown in Table 10.

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FIGURE 31 HOLE PATTERN FOR INSTALLING A SINGLE CABINET

1. Equipment room wall


2. Installation hole for an M12
expansion bolt
3. Adjustable base
4. Cabinet side door
5. Cabinet front/rear door

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FIGURE 32 HOLE PATTERN FOR INSTALLING MULTI-CABINETS

1. Equipment room wall 3. Adjustable base


2. Installation hole for an M12 4. Cabinet side door
expansion bolt 5. Cabinet front/rear door

TABLE 10 BASE INSTALLATION LINEATION DIMENSIONS(MM)

Cabinet A B C D E F G

B6080-20B 800 650 (single cabinet) / 666 464 L1+93 L2+67 136
Cabinet 625 (multi-cabinet)

B6010-20B 1000 600 886 534 L1+33 L2+57 66


Cabinet

– L1 is the distance between the side door and the equipment room wall. L1≥800 mm
– L2 is the distance between the front door and the equipment room wall. L2≥1,000 mm

Caution:
The mounting position of the base does not conflict with that of
the antistatic floor framework. Keep the integrity of the floor
framework as possible. If collision is unavoidable, remove the
floor framework of the colliding position.

3. At each marked place of the expansion bolt, use both hands


to hold the drill handle tightly and straightly to keep the bit
vertical to the cement floor. Drill four 90mm-deep Φ14 holes
at each marked place of the expansion bolt.
If the cement floor is too slippery to position the bit, drill a
depression at the position for the hole to help position the bit.
4. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove the dust inside and outside
the holes.

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5. Measure the spacing between holes, or lay down the adjustable


bases, and see whether the holes match the base.
If the deviation is a big one, reposition and re-drill the holes
before installing the expansion bolts.
6. Clean the floor.
END OF STEPS

Result The position and diameter of the holes meet the requirements.

Mounting an Adjustable Base


Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� The height of the adjustable base is adjusted according to the
measured floor height. For details, refer to topic Adjustable
Base Introduction.
Context This topic descries the procedure to mount an adjustable base.
Steps 1. Remove washers and nuts from expansion bolts, and put the
expansion tubes and bolts vertically into holes.
2. Knock the expansion bolt with a rubber hammer until the ex-
pansion tube of the expansion bolt is fully knocked into the
floor.
3. Clean the floor and the surface of the base.
4. Place the adjustable base at the corresponding expansion bolt
position.
5. Place the plain washer and the spring washer on the expan-
sion bolt. Fix the base to the ground with nuts. The fastening
torque should reach 45 Nm.
The connection between the base and the floor is shown in
Figure 33.

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FIGURE 33 CONNECTION BETWEEN BASE AND FLOOR

1. Adjustable base 4. Spring washer


2. Expansion bolt M12×80 5. Plain washer
3. Nut 6. Adjusting washer

6. Measure the verticality of the height-regulating base with a


level instrument.
The verticality error of a base or between two adjacent bases
must not exceed 1 mm.
If the base is not level, put ZTE-provided pads under the bases
as required.
END OF STEPS

Installing a Cabinet
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� The adjustable base is mounted.
� Anchor plate kit is ready, including anchor plates and insulating
washers. Bolts (M12×30) are ready, with flat washers and
spring washers.
Context This topic descries the procedure to fix a cabinet on the adjustable
base.
Steps 1. Loosen the locking nuts at the cabinet legs.
2. Lift the cabinet onto the two outmost bases manually or with
a lifter.

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Make sure that the front/rear/left/right sides of the cabinet are


parallel to the walls of the equipment room.
3. Adjust the cabinet height through the height-regulating nuts.
Leave a space (less than 10 mm) between the cabinet bottom
and the antistatic floor, for opening and closing the front and
back doors, as shown in Figure 34.

FIGURE 34 SPACE BETWEEN CABINET BOTTOM AND ANTISTATIC FLOOR

1. Antistatic floor

4. Place a level ruler on the cabinet top where two directions are
mutually vertical. Adjust the horizon and the verticality of the
cabinet with the height-regulating nuts. The level and verti-
cality errors should not be greater than 3 mm.
5. Fasten the locking nuts upward to lock the connection between
the legs and the cabinet by increasing the fastening torque to
45 Nm.
6. Press the cabinet legs with anchor plates, and then put on the
insulating washers.
Installing a single cabinet Go to Step 7
Installing multiple cabinets Go to Step 8

7. Fix the cabinet with plain washers, spring washers, and bolts by
increasing the fastening torque to 45 Nm, as shown in Figure
35.

Note:
The insulation test should be conducted each time after the
legs of one cabinet are fixed. The workload will multiply if
the insulation test is conducted only at a later stage of the
installation and find most cabinets have to be reinstalled again.

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FIGURE 35 CABINET FIXATION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

1. Cabinet 5. Insulating washer


2. Adjustable base 6. Anchor plate
3. Groundsill 7. Insulating pad
4. Bolts M12×30 (with flat wash- 8. Leg
ers and spring washers)

8. Install multiple cabinets:


i. Regulate and fasten the outmost cabinet after a row of cab-
inets are positioned.
ii. And then regulate and fasten other cabinets one by one by
taking it as reference, and so forth.
iii. Connect the adjacent two cabinets.
iv. Fix the cabinet with plain washers, spring washers, and
bolts.
v. Repeat Steps a~e to install cabinets in other rows.
9. Clean the floor.
END OF STEPS

Result Figure 36 shows the single cabinet installed on the adjustable base.

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FIGURE 36 COMPLETED SINGLE-CABINET INSTALLATION

1. Cabinet 3. Adjustable base


2. Anchor plate

Testing Insulation
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Cabinet installation is completed.
Context This topic describes the procedure to check whether the cabinet
legs are in disconnected status with a multimeter, thus to avoid
the static electrostatic generated between the cabinet legs and
the floor affects the equipment safety.
Steps 1. Set the multimeter to the resistor side.
2. Use two measure probes of the multimeter to respectively con-
tact the metal part of the cabinet leg and the expansion bolt
to measure the resistance.

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If the circuit is in the The insulation test is


disconnected status complete.
If the circuit is in the Go to Step3
connected status

3. It indicates that the leg is not insulated from the ground. Check
whether the insulating washer is installed, and whether the in-
sulating rubber cushions of the cabinet legs and the insulating
anchor plates are damaged. Rectify those noncompliant parts
according to the actual conditions.
4. Go to Step 2 and start the insulation test again.
END OF STEPS

Direct Installation Mode


Installation Flow
Description For the equipment room without antistatic floor, fix the cabinet
legs (self-contained on the cabinet) on the hard ground through
the anchor plate kit to fix the cabinet.
Flow The flow of installing a cabinet with the direct-to-ground installa-
tion mode is shown in Figure 37.

FIGURE 37 DIRECT-TO-GROUND INSTALLATION FLOW

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Installing Expansion Bolts


Prerequisites � Tools, meters and installation parts are ready.
� The Engineering Design and Construction Drawings are ready.
Context This topic descries the procedure to position the cabinet with the
direct-to-ground installation mode.
Steps 1. If the equipment room floor is not measured, measure the level
of the equipment room with a level instrument to make sure
that the cabinet will not incline after installation.
2. Use one of the following methods to decide the hole-position
of expansion bolts.
Based on the cabinet position, place the scoring template on
the floor, and mark the installation holes for the expansion
bolts.
Measure a few marking points with a tape measure to decide
the position of the expansion bolts. The marking line diagrams
of the single cabinet and the multi-cabinet are respectively
shown in Figure 38 and Figure 39.

FIGURE 38 MARKING LINES FOR INSTALLING A SINGLE CABINET

1. Equipment room wall


2. Installation hole for an M12
expansion bolt
3. Cabinet profile
4. Cabinet front door

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FIGURE 39 MARKING LINES FOR INSTALLING MULTI-CABINETS

1. Equipment room wall 3. Cabinet profile


2. Installation hole for an M12 4. Cabinet front door
expansion bolt

The values of L1, L2, A, B, C, D, E, and F in the figure are


shown in Table 11.

TABLE 11 SIZES OF MARKING LINES FOR DIRECT CABINET INSTALLATION (MM)

Cabinet A B C D E F

B6080-20B 800 666 648 (single cabinet)/ L2+67 L1+65 520


Cabinet 623(multi-cabinet)

B6010-20B 1000 886 600 L2+57 L1+65 470


Cabinet

– L1 is the distance between the side door and the equipment room wall, L1 must be equal to or greater
than 800 mm.
– L2 is distance between the front door and the equipment room wall, L2 must be equal to or greater
than 1000 mm.

3. At each marked place of the expansion bolt, use both hands


to hold the drill handle tightly and straightly to keep the bit
vertical to the cement floor. Drill four 90mm-deep Φ14 holes
at each marked place of the expansion bolt.
If the cement floor is too slippery to position the bit, drill a
depression at the position for the hole to help position the bit.
4. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove the dust inside and outside
the holes.
5. Measure the hole distance.
If the deviation is a big one, reposition and re-drill the holes
before installing the expansion bolts.

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6. Remove washers and nuts from expansion bolts, and put the
expansion tubes and bolts vertically into holes.
7. Knock the expansion bolt with a rubber hammer until the ex-
pansion tube of the expansion bolt is fully knocked into the
floor.
END OF STEPS

Result Figure 40 shows the installed expansion bolts in the case of single
cabinet installation.

FIGURE 40 COMPLETING INSTALLING EXPANSION BOLTS OF A SINGLE


CABINET

1. Equipment room floor 2. Expansion bolt

Installing a Cabinet
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Anchor plate kit is ready, including pressure plates and insu-
lating washers.
� The washers and nuts on the bolts are removed.
Context This topic descries the procedure to fix a cabinet with the direct-
to-ground installation mode.
Steps 1. Loosen the locking nuts at the cabinet legs.
2. Lift the cabinet onto the outmost group of expansion bolts on
the equipment room ground manually or with a lifter.
Make sure that the front/rear/left/right sides of the cabinet are
parallel to the walls of the equipment room.
3. Adjust the height of the cabinet above the ground through the
height-adjusting nuts of the cabinet legs.
The height of the cabinet should leave a space between the
bottom of the decorative panel and the ground, after the cabi-

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net is installed with the decorative panel. For example, if there


is a space of 2 mm, the height A of the cabinet bottom above
the ground is about 88 mm. Figure 41 shows the distance be-
tween the bottom of the cabinet and the ground.

FIGURE 41 SPACE BETWEEN CABINET BOTTOM AND GROUND

1. Cabinet 3. Foundation
2. Decorative panel

4. Place a level ruler on the cabinet top where two directions are
mutually vertical. Adjust the horizon and the verticality of the
cabinet with the height-regulating nuts. The level and verti-
cality errors should not be greater than 3 mm.
5. Fasten the locking nuts upward to lock the connection between
the legs and the cabinet by increasing the fastening torque to
45 Nm.
6. Press the cabinet legs with anchor plates, and then put on the
insulating washers.
Installing a single cabinet Go to Step7
Installing multiple cabinets Go to Step8

7. Fix the cabinet with plain washers, spring washers, and nuts by
increasing the fastening torque to 45 Nm, as shown in Figure
42.

Note:
The insulation test should be conducted each time after the
legs of one cabinet are fixed. The workload will multiply if
the insulation test is conducted only at a later stage of the
installation and find most cabinets have to be reinstalled again.

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FIGURE 42 CABINET FIXATION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DIRECT-TO-


GROUND INSTALLATION MODE

1. Plain washer 5. Spring washer


2. Insulating washer 6. Anchor plate
3. Cabinet 7. Leg
4. Nut M12 8. Expansion bolt

8. Install multiple cabinets:


i. Regulate and fasten the outmost cabinet after a row of cab-
inets are positioned.
ii. And then regulate and fasten other cabinets one by one by
taking it as reference, and so forth.
iii. Connect the adjacent two cabinets.
iv. Fix the cabinet with plain washers, spring washers, and
bolts.
v. Repeat Step a~e to install cabinets in other rows.
9. Clean the floor.
END OF STEPS

Result The single cabinet being fixed is shown in Figure 43.

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FIGURE 43 SINGLE CABINET BEING FIXED

Testing Insulation
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Cabinet installation is completed.
Context This topic describes the procedure to check whether the cabinet
legs are in disconnected status with a multimeter, thus to avoid
the static electrostatic generated between the cabinet legs and
the floor affects the equipment safety.
Steps 1. Set the multimeter to the resistor side.
2. Use two measure probes of the multimeter to respectively con-
tact the metal part of the cabinet leg and the expansion bolt
to measure the resistance.
If the circuit is in the The insulation test is
disconnected status complete.
If the circuit is in the Go to Step3
connected status

3. It indicates that the leg is not insulated from the ground. Check
whether the insulating washer is installed, and whether the in-
sulating rubber cushions of the cabinet legs and the insulating
anchor plates are damaged. Rectify those noncompliant parts
according to the actual conditions.
4. Go to Step 2 and start the insulation test again.
END OF STEPS

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Neighboring Cabinet
Connection
Connecting Neighboring B6080-20B
Cabinets
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Placement of all cabinets is completed.
� Anchor plate kit including pressure plates and insulating wash-
ers, the hexagonal bolts and the screw assemblies are ready.
Context This topic descries the procedure to connect several B6080-20B
cabinets. The advantages are as follows:
� It is convenient for equipment maintenance.
� It is helpful for a pleasant outlook and the safety of the cabinet
installation.
Steps 1. After a row of cabinets are in position, face to the front of the
cabinet, and adjust the height-adjusting nuts of the cabinet
legs from the first cabinet from left to right to make the cabi-
nets in one row stand at the same height.
Make sure that the horizontal and vertical deviations are not
greater than 3 mm.
2. Fasten each locking nut M16 on the legs upward from left to
right to fix the nut tightly to the legs.
Make sure that the connection between the legs and the cabi-
net is firm and reliable.
3. The top/bottom shelves of the cabinet all have two junction
plates. Fix the adjacent junction plates together with hexago-
nal bolts (M5×16), plain washers, spring washers and nuts to
connect two cabinets tightly, as shown in Figure 44.

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FIGURE 44 CONNECTING B6080-20B CABINETS

1. Nut M5 5. Junction plate


2. Spring washer 6. M5×12 screw assembly
3. Plain washer 7. Rear column
4. Hexagonal bolt M5×16

4. The top/bottom rear columns of the cabinet all have two instal-
lation holes. The left rear column has been installed with nuts
M5. Fix the two cabinets tightly with M5×12 screw assemblies.
Figure 44 shows the connection of bottom rear columns.
END OF STEPS

Connecting Neighboring Server


Cabinets
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� All the cabinets are placed.
� Anchor plate kit is ready, including pressure plates and insu-
lating washers.
� The hexagonal bolts M8×12 (with spring washers, plain wash-
ers, and nuts) are ready.
� The bolts M12×30 (with spring washers and plain washers), or
washers and nuts removed from expansion bolts are ready.
Context This topic describes the procedure to connect neighboring server
cabinets that are installed together in a row.
The advantages are as follows.
� It is convenient for equipment maintenance.
� It is helpful for a pleasant outlook and the safety of the cabinet
installation.

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Steps 1. After a row of cabinets are in position, face to the front of the
cabinet, and adjust the height-adjusting nuts of the cabinet
legs from the first cabinet from left to right to make the cabi-
nets in one row stand at the same height.
Make sure that the horizontal and vertical deviations are not
greater than 3 mm.
2. Fasten each locking nut M16 on the legs upward from left to
right to fix the nut tightly to the legs.
Make sure that the connection between the legs and the cabi-
net is firm and reliable.
3. Remove the angle connecting the combined cabinets on the
adjacent cabinet tops, as shown in Figure 45.

FIGURE 45 REMOVING ANGLES OF CONNECTING COMBINED CABINETS

1. Captive screw 2. Angle

4. Rotate the angle by 90 degrees to connect the combined cab-


inets back to back, as shown in Figure 46.

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FIGURE 46 REINSTALLING ANGLES OF CONNECTING COMBINED CABINETS

5. Connect the two neighboring cabinets with the angle by using


hexagonal bolt M8×12, plain washers, spring washers, and M8
nuts in turn, as shown in Figure 47.

FIGURE 47 CONNECTING TWO SERVER CABINETS

1. Hexagonal bolt M8 × 12 4. Angle


2. Spring washer 5. M8 nuts
3. Plain washer

6. Fix each leg of the cabinet on the adjustable base or the


ground.
7. Check the load-bearing capacity of each leg.
If any leg is loose, adjust it to make it tightened and support
the cabinet.
END OF STEPS

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Connecting Server Cabinet With


Service Cabinet
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Placement of all cabinets is completed.
� Anchor plate kit is ready, including anchor plates and insulating
washers. The hexagonal bolts (M8×16) are ready, with flat
washers , spring washers and nuts.
Context This topic describes the procedure to connect the standard cabinet
(server cabinet) with the B6080-20B cabinet (service cabinet) in a
row if both types of cabinets are installed in the equipment room.
Steps 1. After a row of cabinets are in position, face to the front of
the cabinet, and adjust the height-adjusting nuts of the cab-
inet legs from the first cabinet from left to right to make the
cabinets in one row stand at the same height. Suppose the
cabinets are at the same height above the floor.
Make sure that the horizontal and vertical deviations are not
greater than 3mm.
2. Fasten each locking nut M16 on the legs upward from left to
right to fix the nut tightly to the legs.
Make sure that the connection between the legs and the cabi-
net is firm and reliable.
3. Remove the angle for connecting combined cabinets on the top
of the standard cabinet.
4. Install this angle on the top of the B6080-20B cabinet, as
shown in Figure 48.

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FIGURE 48 CONNECTING STANDARD CABINET WITH B6080-20B CABINET

1. Standard cabinet 6. Spring washer


2. Cabinet-combining part 7. Nut M5
3. Hexagonal bolts (M8×16) 8. M5×12 screw assembly
4. Angle 9. B6080-20B Cabinet
5. Plain washer

5. Push the cabinet-combining part on the direction of the arrow


shown in Figure 48. Wedge the angle of the cabinet-combining
part to the edge of the standard cabinet top.
6. Connect the angle with the cabinet-combining part with hexag-
onal bolts (M8×16), plain washers, spring washers and nuts.
7. Fix each leg of the cabinet on the height-regulating base or
the ground. (Refer to topic Installing a Cabinet or Installing a
Cabinet for details.)
8. Check the load-bearing capacity of each footing.
If any leg is loose, adjust it to make it tightened.
END OF STEPS

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Cabinet Accessories
Installation
Installing Cable Troughs
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Engineering installation and construction design drawings are
present.
Context This topic describes the procedure to install cable troughs by fol-
lowing the requirements for a pleasant outlook and cable protec-
tion.
Steps 1. Install the horizontal troughs, which should be parallel to the
cabinet row or intersected with it in a right angle.
2. Install the vertical troughs, which should be strictly vertical to
the ground.
3. Install the hangers for cable chutes/racks, which should be in-
stalled firmly, neatly, and vertically without tilt.
4. Use the sub-cover for protection where the cable trough passes
a floor hole or the wall hole.
After the cables are laid and bound, cover plates should be
used to seal the holes. Both the sub-cover and the cover plates
should be made from fireproof materials whose paint is better
in the same color of the floor or walls.
5. Install the unilateral or bilateral cable troughs along the wall.
The supports in the wall should be firm and reliable, evenly
spaced in the horizontal direction. After installation, the
troughs should look neat in line and in order.
END OF STEPS

Result The installed cable trough should meet the following requirements:
It should be reliably and correctly installed and vertical to the cabi-
net row; Inter-row chutes/racks should run straight; There should
be no dust in the cable chutes/racks; Chutes/racks for high-current
cables and low-current ones must be separated from one another;
Shielding measures should be taken if high-current cables run in
a cable chute/rack for low-current cables.

Installing Decorative Panels for a


Service Cabinet
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Installation assemblies including front and rear decorative pan-
els, side decorative panels junction plate and screws are ready.

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Context This topic describes the procedure to install decorative panels for
the server cabinet that is installed in the direct-to-ground mode,
for keeping the floor under the cabinet bottom clean and having a
pleasant outlook.

Note:
The decorative panels are only installed for the cabinet installed
in direct-to-ground mode. The cabinet installed on the adjustable
base does not need them. For multiple cabinets in a single row,
just install the front/rear decorative panels for each cabinet, and
the side decorative panels for a row.

Steps 1. Align the connecting holes of the front and rear decorative pan-
els with the connecting holes of the bottom beam of the cabi-
net. Fasten the front and rear decorative panels with screws,
as shown in Figure 50.
2. For multiple cabinets in a single row, just install the front/rear
decorative panels for each cabinet, and the side decorative
panels for a row.
3. Align the connecting holes of the side decorative conversion
plate with the connecting holes of the front and rear decorative
panels. Tighten them with screws.
4. Align the connecting holes of the side decorative panels with
the connecting holes of the side decorative conversion plate.
Tighten them with screws, as shown in Figure 49.

FIGURE 49 FIXING SIDE DECORATIVE PANELS FOR SERVICE CABINET

1. Combination screw 3. Side decorative panel


2. Side decorative conversion plate 4. Front decorative panel

END OF STEPS

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Installing Decorative Panels for a


Server Cabinet
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Installation assemblies including front and rear decorative pan-
els, side decorative panels and screws are ready.
Context This topic describes the procedure to install decorative panels for
the server cabinet that is installed in the direct-to-ground mode,
for keeping the floor under the cabinet bottom clean and having a
pleasant outlook.

Note:
The decorative panels are only installed for the cabinet installed
in direct-to-ground mode. The cabinet installed on the adjustable
base does not need them. For multiple cabinets in a single row,
just install the front/rear decorative panels for each cabinet, and
the side decorative panels for a row.

Steps 1. Align the connecting holes of the front and rear decorative pan-
els with the connecting holes of the bottom beam of the cabi-
net. Fasten the front and rear decorative panels with screws,
as shown in Figure 50.

FIGURE 50 FIXING FRONT/REAR DECORATIVE PANELS

1. Screw 3. Rear decorative panel


2. Front decorative panel

2. For multiple cabinets, install the cabinets one by one after fix-
ing the front and the rear decorative panels of the first cabinet.
Figure 51 shows the cabinet installed with front/rear decora-
tive panels.

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FIGURE 51 CABINET INSTALLED WITH FRONT/REAR DECORATIVE PANELS

3. Align the connecting holes of the side decorative panels with


the connecting holes of the front and rear decorative panels.
Tighten them with screws. The schematic diagram of fixing
side decorative panels is shown in Figure 52.

FIGURE 52 FIXING SIDE DECORATIVE PANELS FOR SERVER CABINET

1. Left side decorative panel 3. Right side decorative panel


2. Screw

END OF STEPS

Result A single cabinet is installed with decorative panels, as shown in


Figure 53.

FIGURE 53 SINGLE CABINET INSTALLED WITH DECORATIVE PANELS

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Disassembling Front and Rear Doors


Prerequisites � Tools are ready.
Context This topic describes the procedure to disassemble front and rear
doors. Front and rear doors of the cabinet are installed before
delivery. Prior to the equipment commissioning, if the front and
rear doors affect the construction, they should be disassembled.
Steps 1. Open the door lock, and open the door.
2. Screw off the screws at both ends of the ground wire (yellow
and green), and remove the ground wire at the lower part of
the doors.
3. Pull down the pin roll of the door on the direction of the arrow
shown in Figure 54 to detach the pin roll from the hinge on the
door.
Support the door with hands to prevent it from falling.

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FIGURE 54 DOOR ASSEMBLING SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

1. Upper hinge of the door 5. Cross pan combination screw


2. Pin roll of the door M8×16
3. Cabinet 6. Ground wire
4. Door 7. Lower hinge of the door

4. Lift the door slightly upwards, and move the door outwards.
5. Put the door at a safe place for reassembling.
END OF STEPS

Assembling Front and Rear Doors


Context This topic describes the procedure to install the doors that are dis-
assembled for affecting the construction. Before the installation,
check whether all influenced components are installed.

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Steps 1. Align the lower-left pivot hole of the door to the axis of the
lower hinge of the door, and install the lower part of the door.
2. Pull down the pin roll of the door to align it with the hole of
the upper hinge of the door. Loosen the pin roll, and install the
upper part of the door.
3. Connect the ground wire (yellow and green) between the lower
part of the door and the rack with the cross pan combination
screws M8×16.
END OF STEPS

Result Open and close the door to make sure that it can be opened flex-
ibly.

Installing Top and Top-Side Panels


Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� The installation parts including M5×12 combination screws and
the top and top-side panels.
Context This topic describes the procedure to install the top and top-side
panels for customer requirements or a pleasant outlook. For mul-
tiple cabinets in a row, just install the top panels for each cabinet,
and the top-side panels at both sides of the row.
Steps 1. Connect the front and rear top panels to the cabinet top with
M5×12 combination screws, as shown in Figure 55.

FIGURE 55 TOP PANEL INSTALLATION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

1. M5×12 screw assembly


2. Cabinet
3. Top panel

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2. Select the related operation step according to different types


of cabinet installation.
To install panels for multiple Go to Step3
cabinets in a row
To install panels for a cabinet Go to Step5
in a row

3. Install the front and rear top panels of other cabinets one by
one after fixing the front and rear top panels of the first one.
4. Connect the side installation holes of neighboring top panels to
the long round hole of the junction plate.
Figure 56 shows the structure of the junction plate.

FIGURE 56 JUNCTION PLATE

5. Remove the angle on one side of the cabinet top.


6. Fix the angle with the top-side panel on the cabinet top.
7. Fasten the top-side panel and the top panel with M5×12 com-
bination screws.
8. Repeat Steps 4~6 to install another top-side panel.

Note:
For multiple cabinets in a single row, just install the top-side
panels at both sides of the row.

Figure 57 shows the installation of the top-side panel.

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FIGURE 57 TOP-SIDE PANEL INSTALLATION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

1. Top-side panel 4. Top panel


2. M5×12 screw assembly 5. Cabinet
3. Angle

END OF STEPS

Result A row of cabinets are installed with top and top-side panels, as
shown in Figure 58.

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FIGURE 58 CABINETS INSTALLED WITH TOP AND TOP-SIDE PANELS

Installing Side Doors


Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Installation parts including side doors and M5×12 combination
screws.
Context This topic describes the procedure to install side doors at both
sides of a single cabinet or a row of cabinets for keeping the cabinet
interior safe and clean. This topic only holds good for the B6080-
20B cabinet.
Steps 1. Take out the side doors from the package box.
Handle with care lest the doors should be damaged.
2. Hang the side door onto the column of the cabinet by using the
hook plate on the back of the side door. Adjust the position of
the side door to align the connecting hole of the side door with
that of the cabinet.

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3. Inside of the cabinet, connect the side door with the junction
plate on the upper and lower frames of the cabinet with M5×12
combination screws.
4. Use the M5×12 combination screws to go through the rear col-
umn inside the cabinet to connect with the installation hole of
the side door.
Figure 59 shows the installation of a side door.

FIGURE 59 SIDE DOOR INSTALLATION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

1. Cabinet 4. Side panel


2. Column 5. Rear column
3. Hook plate 6. Junction plate

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Cabinet Labels
Purpose The cabinet labels are used to indicate the equipment location in-
formation for the O&M personnel to easily locate the equipment of
their concern. The label number should correspond to the location
description in the equipment configuration data.
Label Position Besides the product nameplate, a cabinet is attached with the cus-
tomer information label and the cabinet serial number label. These
two labels are usually attached to a conspicuous place on the up-
per right corner of the cabinet.
Figure 60 shows the position of the label to be attached. If there
is one of labels to be attached, stick the label 120 mm away from
the frame.

FIGURE 60 LABEL POSITION

1. Carrier information label 3. Product nameplate


2. Row/column code label 4. Cabinet

� Carrier information label


It shows the shipment information of the cabinet for unpacking
inspection easily. Such as product name, shipment number,
and receiver address.
� Row/column label
It refers to the row and column where the cabinet is located in
an equipment room.

Installing Antistatic Floor Brackets


Prerequisites � Cabinet installation is completed.

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� The cable wiring is complete.


Context This topic describes the procedure to install the antistatic floor
brackets. Each antistatic floor bracket is installed at the left and
right sides of the height-regulating base to support the antistatic
floor around the cabinet.
The appearance of antistatic floor bracket is shown in Figure 61.

FIGURE 61 BRACKET APPEARANCE

Note:
The bracket height can be regulated, ranging from 37 mm to 93
mm, which is determined based on the specific site conditions.

Steps 1. Place the antistatic floor brackets on the installation position


shown in Figure 62.

FIGURE 62 BRACKET INSTALLATION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

1. Rack
2. Adjustable base
3. Bracket
4. Bolt M8X30
5. Spring washer
6. Washer

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2. Put the spring washer and the washer on the bolt.


3. Screw the bolt into the bolt hole.
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Equipment Inside Server


Cabinet Installation
Internal Device Overview
Description All the devices such as general-purpose servers, Ethernet switches
and routers that can be accommodated by a server cabinet can be
installed in the cabinets guarantee the safe and stable running of
the equipment, and to facilitate equipment maintenance.
Device For the devices to be installed in the server cabinet, such as server,
Requirements disk array, router, and Ethernet switch, their types should satisfy
the requirements on functions, system performance, and electrical
characteristics. In addition, these devices must meet the require-
ments for being mounted on the rack.
� If outsourced devices (such as server and disk array) with
19-inch structure have rack-mounted kits, both devices and
rack-mounted kit must meet the size requirements. The instal-
lation personnel can install these devices with self-contained
rack-mounted kits or brackets made by ZTE.
� If outsourced devices (such as switches, router equipment, and
firewall) with 19-inch structure have no rack-mounted kits,
they must meet the size requirements. The installation per-
sonnel can install these devices with brackets made by ZTE.
� For outsourced devices with non-19-inch structure, the instal-
lation personnel must consider whether there is a mechanical
part assisting in rack-mounting installation.
� Generally, the total height of the rack-mounted devices in a
cabinet should meet the following requirement: the sum of
the devices heights (U) + the number of devices (U) ≤ 32 (U).
� The server cabinet can be equipped with dual-9/dual-4/dual-5
DC or AC power distribution box, whose power is distributed
properly according to the number of fuses and output terminals
for a dual-9 220V AC power distribution box, the fuse of the
input master switch is allocated with 32A, each branch switch
fuse is allocated with 10A, and the total number of the power
ports for rack-mounting equipment must be less than 16.
Device Layout In case of multiple devices are to be installed in the cabinet, ar-
range their layout flexibly on the engineering site in compliance
with the following principles.

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� The devices should be arranged properly and evenly, and look


orderly and in harmony with one another.
� Leave proper gaps between the devices for the purpose of heat
dissipation.
� If network devices such as Ethernet switches and routers are
to be installed in the cabinet, make sure to determine to install
them in the upper or lower part of the cabinet according to the
wiring mode.
The four-in-one rack-mounted kit is at the 21U position in the cab-
inet from top down.
The heavy devices are placed below the four-in-one rack-mounted
kit, such as the servers and the disk arrays. The servers are in-
stalled from bottom to top. The heaviest server is placed at the
bottommost position. In case of the combination of the dual-com-
puter and the disk array being adopted, the combination is in-
stalled at neighboring position in an order of “server, disk array,
and server”. A blank panel is installed at the 1U position at the bot-
tommost cabinet. 1U space is left between neighboring servers or
disk arrays.
Light devices are placed above the four-in-one rack-mounted kit,
such as Ethernet switches, routers, and firewalls. Neighboring de-
vices are separated with 1U blank panel or wiring blank panel kit
according to the actual situations.
The functional areas are adjusted properly according to the actual
configuration of the rack-mounted devices in the cabinet.
Accessory The server cabinet provides accessories or device installation, such
Installation as 1U blank panels, brackets, and 1U wiring panel kits.
� The 1U blank panel is used to leave 1U space between server
devices.
� The brackets are used to support the devices without rack-
mounted kit (except routers), such as four-in-one kit, Ethernet
switches, and firewalls. Two brackets are required for installing
a device.
� The bottom of the 1U wiring panel kit provides outlets for the
devices with a lot of front lead-out lines, such as HUB and
Ethernet switches. Each lead-out device is equipped with one
wiring panel kit.
Common Devices � Four-in-one rack-mounted kit
It is at the 21U position of the server cabinet from top down,
supported by two guide rails. Adjust the installation space of
flanges before and after the four-in-one rack-mounted kit ac-
cording to the space between front and rear columns of the
cabinet. Place the four-in-one rack-mounted kit on the guide
rails, and fasten it with panel screws. The rack installed with
four-in-one rack-mounted kit is shown in Figure 63.

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FIGURE 63 CABINET RACK INSTALLED WITH FOUR-IN-ONE RACK-MOUNTED KIT

� Server and disk array


When planning the position of servers and disk arrays, install
the self-contained rack-mounted kits according to the instal-
lation specification attached with the devices, and then install
servers and disk-arrays. The cabinet rack installed with servers
and disk arrays is shown in Figure 64.

FIGURE 64 CABINET RACK INSTALLED WITH SERVERS AND DISK ARRAYS

� Ethernet switches, routers, and firewalls


Install the guide rails at the planned position to support the
device, and then install corresponding device. Fasten the de-
vice with panel screws.

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Installing Server
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Determine the position in the cabinet for installing the device
(as designed in advance).
Context This topic describes the procedure to install a server in the cabinet.
This topic takes the universal server for example to describe the
installation procedure. Other network devices such as Ethernet
switches and routers may be installed in the same way.
Steps 1. Remove the blank panel at the position for installing the server
in the cabinet.
2. Install the brackets (that are associated with the cabinet) at
the both sides of the corresponding position and fix them with
bolts and nuts.
The brackets at both side should be level and in the same
height (namely, to select the holes at the same height for fix-
ing the bolts). Figure 65 shows the device brackets installed
inside the cabinet.

FIGURE 65 CABINET DEVICE BRACKETS

1. Bracket 3. Cabinet
2. Blank panel

3. Remove the six M3 screws (three at the left side and three at
right side) at the both sides of the server chassis, and then
use the six screws to fix the self-contained side ears (if the
side ears are fixed on the chassis as in some types of servers,
this step can be omitted). The server mounted with side ears
is shown in Figure 66.

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FIGURE 66 SERVER CHASSIS WITH SIDE EARS

1. Server 2. Side Ear

4. Insert the server chassis along the bracket into the cabinet, as
shown in Figure 67.

FIGURE 67 INSERTING SERVER CHASSIS INTO CABINET

5. After the server chassis is set in position, use four panel captive
screws to fix the four holes on the side tabs at the vertical plate
with holes at the inner side of the cabinet column, as shown in
Figure 68.

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FIGURE 68 INSTALLED SERVER IN CABINET

1. Captive screw 2. Server

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Power and Ground


Cables Installation

Table of Contents
Power and Ground Cables ...................................................99
Power and Ground Cables Installation Procedure.................. 100
Power and Ground Cable Installation Inside Service Cabi-
net ................................................................................ 101
Ground Cable of Cabinet Door ........................................... 108
Installing Cabinet and Inter-Cabinet Ground Cables.............. 109
Installing Power and Ground Cables Between Service Cabinet
and DC Power Distribution Cabinet..................................... 111
Installing DC Power Distribution Cabinet and Power Distribu-
tion Panel ....................................................................... 112
Power Cable Installation of Server Cabinet .......................... 113
Grounding of Other Devices .............................................. 117
Power and Ground Cables Wiring ....................................... 117

Power and Ground Cables


Description The current power supplies in the system are as follows:
� -48V DC power supplying power to the service cabinet and the
alarm box
� 220V AC power supplying power to servers, routers, Ethernet
switches, and background terminals.
Category The power and ground cables used in the sytem include:
1. DC power cables
� The power cables used by the power distribution panel and
the DC power distribution box
Two groups of -48V power of the DC power distribution box
should respectively connect with the -48V DC positive and
negative bus bars of the DC distribution panel. The primary
power is output to the cable of the DC power distribution
box. The cross-sectional area of the cable should not be
less than 95 mm2.
� The power cables used by the DC power distribution box
and the service cabinet
Two -48V power supplies of the service cabinet should re-
spectively connect with the active and standby -48V power
connector bars of the DC power distribution box (The line

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cross-sectional area is 16 mm2). The yellow-green Protec-


tion Earth (PE) cable (35 mm2) connects the ground port
at the top of the cabinet with the PE connector bar of the
DC power distribution box.
� The power cables used by the DC power distribution box
and the alarm box
This type of cable is a special DC power cable with a line
cross-sectional area of 0.5 mm2. The end connecting with
the alarm box is a special 3-pin aeronautical connector.
2. AC power cables
� The power cables used by the AC power distribution box
and the server cabinet
The server cabinet is equipped with two channels of AC
power cables, with a line cross-sectional area of 6 mm2).
The brown core connects with the phase line, the blue core
connects with the null line, and the black line connects with
the PE line.
� The power cables used by the AC power connection box and
the background maintenance terminal
The AC power socket connects with the AC power connec-
tion box, and the AC power connector of the maintenance
terminal is plugged into the power socket.

Note:
If the carrier does not provide stable AC power supply, it is rec-
ommended to covert the DC power supply into the AC power
supply through an inverter so as to supply power to the server
cabinet. The background maintenance terminal may be pow-
ered by the normal mains power supply.

Power and Ground Cables


Installation Procedure
Description The power cables and ground cables are installed by following the
principle of “from small parts to big parts, from devices to system,
and from devices to power supply”. Before the installation of the
power cables and the ground cables, make sure whether their re-
lated check items meet the requirements.
Installation Flow The power and ground cables installation procedure is described
as follows:
1. Make sure that the lightning protection measures in the instal-
lation environment check have take effect.
The installation personnel must fill in the Communication
Equipment Installation Report carefully, and keep records of
the lightning protection design of the equipment room. For
that unsatisfying the equipotential bonding requirements in

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the Lightning Protection Specifications in Building Engineering


(GB50057), it must be approved by the relevant department of
ZTE Corporation, and the carrier should sign a memorandum,
and undertake corresponding responsibilities.
2. Make sure that the ground resistance is less than 1 Ω.
The installation personnel must fill in the Communication
Equipment Installation Report carefully, and keep records on
the grounding scheme and ground resistance. If the equip-
ment does not meet the installation grounding requirements,
the installation personnel should suspend the commissioning
in principle until the carrier provides the acceptable installation
environment.
3. Connect the power cables and ground cables inside the equip-
ment. If the cables are installed before delivery, perform the
cable installation inspection.
4. Connect the power cables and the ground cables from the ser-
vice cabinet to the DC power distribution box.
5. Connect the DC power distribution box with the power distri-
bution panel.
6. Install the ground cables of other devices.

Danger:
Do not install and uninstall power cables under electrification. Turn
off the power supply switch before installing and removing power
cables.

Power and Ground Cable


Installation Inside Service
Cabinet
Power Supply System Cabling
Cabling Diagram The integral cable connection of the cabinet power supply system
is shown in Figure 69.

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FIGURE 69 INTEGRAL CABLE CONNECTION OF CABINET POWER SUPPLY


SYSTEM

1. Cabinet 4. Service subrack


2. Power distribution subrack 5. Air deflector subrack
3. Fan subrack 6. Blank panel

Cabling Table The integral power cable wiring in the cabinet is shown in Table 12.

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TABLE 12 POWER CABLE WIRING TABLE

Cable Name End A Connected to End B Connected to

H-PWR-039 INPUT -48V terminal on service subrack OUTPUT -48V terminal on


power supply box (left) power supply distribution
subrack

H-PWR-039 INPUT -48V terminal on service subrack OUTPUT -48V terminal on


power supply box (right) power distribution subrack

H-PWR-040 INPUT -48VRTN terminal on service subrack OUTPUT -48VRTN terminal


power supply box (left) on power supply distribution
subrack

H-PWR-040 INPUT -48VRTN terminal on service subrack OUTPUT -48VRTN terminal on


power supply box (right) power distribution subrack

H-PWR-038 Three-core socket on service subrack power Six-core socket (left) on fan
supply box (left) subrack

H-PWR-038 Three-core socket on service subrack power Six-core socket (right) on fan
supply box (right) subrack

H-PE-010 Service subrack cable connection point (right Ground point on the inside of
one by default) the rack

H-PE-010 Fan subrack cable connection point (right Ground point on the inside of
one by default) the rack

H-PE-007 Cable connection point on power distribution Ground point on the top
subrack (inside) of the rack

H-PE-001 Ground point on the top of the cabinet Ground point on the cabinet
door

H-PWR-006 INPUT(I) -48V terminal on power distribution Blue: -48V power supply from
subrack the carrier

H-PWR-006 INPUT(II) -48V terminal on power Blue: -48V power supply from
distribution subrack the carrier

H-PWR-007 INPUT(I) -48VRTN terminal on power Black: -48VRTN power supply


distribution subrack from the carrier

H-PWR-007 INPUT(II) -48VRTN terminal on power Black: -48VRTN power supply


distribution subrack from the carrier

35YGP/2 Protection ground on the top of the cabinet Equipment room safety
ground

Ground Cables of Power Distribution


Subrack
Function The ground cables connect the ground ports of the power distri-
bution subrack with the junction ground of the cabinet top (also
called the cabinet ground).

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Serial Number & The cable is labeled as H-PE-007, with a line cross-sectional area
Structure of 16 mm2. The color of the cable is yellow-green. The cable
structure is shown in Figure 70.

FIGURE 70 GROUND CABLE OF POWER DISTRIBUTION SUBRACK

Plugging Direction End A and End B Connection Position


of End A and End B
� End A connects with the ground port of the power distribution
subrack.
� End B connects with the cabinet ground on the cabinet top. All
the ground ports are attached with a grounding sign .
The cable connection schematic diagram is shown in Figure 71.

FIGURE 71 POWER DISTRIBUTION SUBRACK GROUNDING

Fan Subrack Power Cable


Function The fan subrack power cable introduces -48V power to the fan
subrack monitoring board, which is then provided for the fan sets
on the layer after being filtered.
Serial Number & The cable is labeled as H-PWR-038. Figure 72 shows the structure
Structure of the fan subrack power cable, wherein the End B of the cable
connected to the service subrack is a three-core cable connector
and the End A of the cable connected to the fan subrack is a six-
core cable connector.

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FIGURE 72 FAN SUBRACK POWER CABLE STRUCTURE

Plugging Direction � The End A of the cable is connected to the POWER socket on
of End A and End B the fan subrack.
� The End B of the cable is connected to the FAN POWER terminal
on the service subrack.
Both sides of the fan subrack need power cable installation, as
shown in Figure 73.

FIGURE 73 FAN SUBRACK POWER CABLE INSTALLATION

Ground Cables of Fan Subrack


Function The ground cables connect the fan subrack to the bus bar for pro-
tection.
Serial Number & The cable is labeled as H-PE-010. Figure 74 shows the structure.
Structure

FIGURE 74 H-PE-010 CABLE DIAGRAM

Plugging Direction � The End A of the cable is connected to the ground terminal on
of End A and End B the back of the fan subrack.
� The End B of the cable is connected to the ground point on the
side of the cabinet, as shown in Figure 75.

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FIGURE 75 FAN SUBRACK GROUNDING

Service Sub-Rack Power Cable


Function The service subrack power cable is used to connect the power dis-
tribution box power to the service subrack.
Serial Number & Service Sub-rack Power Cable
Structure
� The serial number of the cable connecting the -48V power
on distribution box with the -48V power on service subrack
is H-PWR-039 and the color of it is blue.
� The serial number of the cable connecting the -48V power
on distribution box with the -48V power on service subrack
is H-PWR-039 and the color of it is blue.
The cable features different color but the same structure shown in
Figure 76.

FIGURE 76 SERVICE SUBRACK POWER CABLE

Plugging Direction The both sides of the service subrack need power cable installation,
of End A and End B as shown in Figure 77.
� The End A is connected to the INPUT terminal on the power
box of the service subrack.
� he End B is connected to the OUTPUT terminal on the power
distribution box.

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FIGURE 77 SERVICE SUBRACK POWER CABLE INSTALLATION SCHEMATIC


DIAGRAM

Service Subrack Ground Cable


Function The ground cables connect the subrack to the bus bar for protec-
tion.
Serial Number & The cable is labeled as H-PE-010. Figure 78 shows the structure.
Structure

FIGURE 78 SERVICE SUBRACK GROUND CABLE

Plugging Direction The end A connects to the grounding point of the shelf with a
of End A and End B grounding sign , while the end B connects to the PE connecting
block of the bus bar, as shown in Figure 79.

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FIGURE 79 SERVICE SUBRACK GROUND CABLE

Ground Cable of Cabinet


Door
Function The ground cable connects the cabinet doors to the ground cable
interface of the cabinet for grounding.
Serial Number & The cable is labeled as H-PE-001. The cable is in yellow-green.
Structure Figure 80 shows its structure. Both ends of the cable are M6 con-
necting terminals.

FIGURE 80 DOOR GROUND CABLE STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

Plugging Direction One end connects to the cabinet ground cable port, and the other
of End A and End B end connects to the ground connector of the cabinet door. The
connection position of the door ground cable is shown in Figure
81.

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FIGURE 81 DOOR GROUND CABLE POSITION DIAGRAM

1. Ground label 2. Yellow-green ground cable

Installing Cabinet and


Inter-Cabinet Ground Cables
Context This topic describes the procedure to install the cabinet and inter-
cabinet ground cables.
The cabinet and the ground grid of the equipment room shall be
in the same potential.
The left and right sides of the cabinet top each have a PE connector
post. The cabinet ground cable and the inter-cabinet grounding
cable must connect to the PE connector post on the right side (right
PE connector post). They are not allowed to connect to the left PE
connector post.

Note:
The way to distinguish the left PE connector post from the right
one is: Look from the rear of the cabinet, the one on your left side
is the left PE connector post, and that on your right side is the
right PE connector post.

Steps 1. Interconnect the cabinet grounds of the cabinets in a same


module so as to make an equipotential body out of the cabi-
nets.

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Respectively connect the inter-cabinet ground cables to the


right PE connector posts on the top of two neighboring cab-
inets. The cross-sectional area of the inter-cabinet ground ca-
ble (yellow-green) shall be no less than 25 mm2 and its length
shall be no longer than 1 m.
2. Connect each cabinet firmly to the ground grid of the equip-
ment room provided by the carrier.
Connect one end of the cabinet ground cable to the right PE
connector post, and the other end to the nearest protection
ground bar. The cross-sectional area of the ground cable (yel-
low-green) shall be no less than 25 mm2. If the ground grid is
above the cabinet, the ground cable length shall not exceed 1
m. If the ground grid is below the cabinet, the ground cable
length shall not exceed 10 m.
3. If several cabinets are interconnected with clock cables, take
the following measurements to avoid lightning strike damage
to the clock board (CLKG//ICM ).
When the ground cables of all the cabinets are shorter than 5
m, need not to interconnect the ground cables between cab-
inets. Respectively connects each cabinet to the ground bar
with the ground cable. The cross-sectional area of the ground
cable shall be not less than 25 mm2.
When all the cabinets are placed in a row, and the ground cable
of some or all of the cabinets is longer than 5 m, interconnect
the ground cables of all the cabinets. Connect the inter-con-
nected ground cable respectively to the right PE connector post
on the top of the neighboring cabinet. The cross-sectional area
shall not be less than 25 mm2, and the length shall not exceed
1 m. Select a cabinet which is nearest to the ground bar of the
equipment room, and connect it to the ground bar with a main
ground cable (a yellow-green ground cable with a cross-sec-
tional area not less than 35 mm2). Other cabinets need not to
connect to the ground bar.
When cabinets are placed in more than one row, connect the
cabinets to the ground grid, and interconnect the ground cables
between cabinets row by row according to the requirements
mentioned above.
If the main ground cable is longer than 10 m, the ground coun-
terpoise of the equipment room must be reconstructed.
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Installing Power and Ground


Cables Between Service
Cabinet and DC Power
Distribution Cabinet
Context The -48V power of the dual-power supply cabinet is provided by
the DC power distribution cabinet. The dual -48V power supplies
are connected to the power intput terminals on the power distri-
bution subrack through the cabinet top.
This topic describes the procedure to install the power and ground
cables between the service cabinet and the DC power distribution
cabinet.
Steps 1. Install the -48V(I) power cable - blue cable (H-PWR-006). Con-
nect one end of the cable to the upper part of -48V input ter-
minal I on the power distribution subrack, and the other end
to the -48V copper bar on the DC power distribution cabinet.
2. Install the -48V(I) ground cable - black cable (H-PWR-007).
Connect one end of the cable to the upper part of -48VRTN in-
put terminal I on the power distribution subrack, and the other
end to the -48VGND copper bar on the DC power distribution
cabinet.
3. Install the -48V(II) power cable - blue cable (H-PWR-006).
Connect one end of the cable to the upper part of -48V input
terminal II on the power distribution subrack, and the other
end to the -48V copper bar on the DC power distribution cabi-
net.
4. Install the -48V(II) ground cable - black cable (H-PWR-007).
Connect one end of the cable to the upper part of -48VRTN
input terminal II on the power distribution subrack, and the
other end to the -48VGND copper bar on the DC power distri-
bution cabinet.
5. Install the PE cable - yellow-green cable (35YGP/2). Connect
one end of the cable to the grounding nut on the top of the
equipment cabinet, and the other end to the equipment room
safety ground.
Figure 82 shows the cable connection between the DC power
distribution cabinet and the equipment cabinet.

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FIGURE 82 CABLE CONNECTION BETWEEN DC POWER DISTRIBUTION


CABINET AND DUAL-POWER SUPPLY CABINET

1. DC power distribution cabinet 3. Cabinet


2. Equipment room protection 4. Power Distribution Subrack
grounding bar

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Installing DC Power
Distribution Cabinet and
Power Distribution Panel
Context The power distribution panel provides the primary power supply
to the DC power distribution cabinet.
The cross-sectional area of the cable from the primary power sup-
ply to the DC power distribution cabinet shall not be less than 95
mm2. It also may be estimated based on the equipment capacity
and the distance in actual engineering.
This topic describes the procedure to install the DC power distri-
bution cabinet and the power distribution panel.

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Note:
In case of single power device, the two -48V connection bars of
the DC power distribution cabinet is connected to the -48V DC
negative bus bars of the DC power distribution panels.

Steps 1. Respectively connect the two -48V connection bars of the DC


power distribution cabinet to the -48V DC negative bus bars of
the main and standby DC power distribution panels.
2. Respectively connect the two -48V GND connection bars of the
DC power distribution cabinet to the -48V DC positive bus bars
of the main and standby DC power distribution panels.
END OF STEPS

Power Cable Installation of


Server Cabinet
Installing Power Cable from Server
Cabinet to AC Power Distribution
Cabinet
Context The AC power distribution cabinet provides main and standby 220V
power supplies for the server cabinet so as to improve the relia-
bility.
The two AC inputs of the server cabinet are each from one of the
three different phases of power supplies in the AC power distribu-
tion cabinet. The two inputs of the same server cabinet cannot
be of the same phase. When multiple cabinets are connected, the
phases of the power supplies shall be evenly distributed to reach
a relative power balance.
The power cables from the server cabinet to the AC power distri-
bution cabinet have three fire-retardant cores in brown, blue and
black respectively, with a line cross-sectional area of 6 mm2.
This topic describes the procedure to install power cable from the
server cabinet to the AC power distribution cabinet.
Steps 1. Connect one end of the brown core to the Terminal L of the
IN terminal bar, and the other end to the output terminal of a
phase in the AC power distribution cabinet.
2. Connect one end of the blue core to the Terminal N of the IN
terminal bar, and the other end to the GND connection bar in
the AC power distribution cabinet.

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3. Connect one end of the black core to the Terminal PE of the IN


terminal bar, and the other end to the PE connection bar in the
AC power distribution cabinet.
4. Connect one end of the yellow-green PE cable (35 mm2) to the
ground post marked with “PE” at the top of the server cabinet,
and the other end to the PE ground bar provided by the carrier.
5. Securely connect the PE connection bar of the AC power dis-
tribution cabinet to the PE ground bar provided by the carrier
with the yellow-green plastic insulation copper core wires.
END OF STEPS

Installing Cables in Server Cabinet


Prerequisites � The installation of the cabinet and internal equipment is com-
pleted.
� The cables are ready for installation.
Context The AC power distribution box is mounted on the upper rear of the
server cabinet to distribute 200V AC power supply to the AC server
cabinet and its interior equipment. The circuit breaker of the main
air switch of the AC power distribution box is 32A.
All internal cable connections are factory installed. If the specific
configuration has been determined in advance, the load power ca-
bles will also have been wired before delivery.
This topic describes the procedure to install cables in the server
cabinet.
Steps 1. Connect the output ports (OUT1 K1~K8, OUT2 K1~K8) of the
main and standby power supplies on the power distribution
box to the devices that have main and standby power supplies
respectively.
The AC power distribution box provides 8+8 power output
ports. Each port is controlled by a 10A breaker. The cross-sec-
tional area of each load power cable is 15 mm2.
2. The brown (or red) line, blue (or green) line and yellow-green
(or yellow) line of power cables from the connector board are
connected to the L OUT1 K9 air switch, N OUT1 K9 connecting
terminal and PE OUT1 K9 connecting terminal on the AC power
distribution box respectively.
A 6-hole connector board is used to power some unimportant
devices, such as display device, MO device, tape drive, disk
record drive, instruments and meters for maintenance pur-
pose, and electric tools.

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Caution:
The 6-hole connector board is only used for on-site device de-
bugging. It should not be used by all the devices except the
four-in-one kit.

3. Connect the L OUT2 K9 air switch of the AC power distribution


box to the L terminal of the top-mounted fan connector with
a 1 mm2 brown (or red) line, and the N OUT2 K9 connecting
terminal to the N terminal of the top fan connector with a 1
mm2 blue (or green) line.
Weld the cables to the L and N connecting terminals separately,
and wrap the connector pins with heat-shrinkable tubes.
4. Connect the PE OUT2 K8 connecting terminal of the AC power
distribution box to the PE ground post at the top of the cabinet,
and the PE OUT2 K9 connecting terminal to the PE ground post
at the bottom of the cabinet. The connecting cables both are
black conducting wires with a cross-sectional area of 6 mm2.
END OF STEPS

Result Figure 83 shows the cable connections of the AC power distribution


box.

FIGURE 83 CABLING DIAGRAM OF AC POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX

The cabling of the AC server cabinet is shown in Figure 84.

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FIGURE 84 CABLING DIAGRAM OF AC SERVER CABINET

Cabinet cabling requirements:


� All internal device power cables are routed along the right col-
umn of the cabinet (viewing from the rear of the cabinet).
� Because of the flexible server configuration, the length of the
device power cable is measured according to the specific posi-
tion of the device in the cabinet.
� Both ends of the cable are attached with labels.
� On the end that connects to the connecting terminal, strip off
the cable jacket 430 mm back. The length of the red core

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reserved is 430 mm, the yellow-green core is 300 mm and the


blue core is 170 mm after clipping.
� After the power cable installation is completed, bond the power
cables neatly to the wiring plate on the rack.

Grounding of Other Devices


Other devices, such as cable distribution frames, AC power dis-
tribution system, and terminal equipment, shall connect to the
nearest ground grid of the equipment room according to the ac-
tual conditions.

Power and Ground Cables


Wiring
Purpose This topic describes the procedure to check whether the cable lay-
ing is reasonable. Take measures to rectify those noncompliant
items.
Precautions:
� Be cautious in installing the cables to ensure personal safety
and equipment security.
� The size and color of the power cable must comply with the
specifications without confusion.
� Before wiring the power cables, mark the both ends of each
cable to prevent incorrect connection.
Wiring The power and ground cables wiring requirements are described
Requirement as follows:
� The power cables and ground cables shall be laid separately
from other cables. If they are laid in the rack, they shall be
bundled separately, and cannot be combined into a cluster. If
they are laid outside the rack, they shall also be bundled sep-
arately.
� The both ends of the cables are labeled clearly. The connec-
tion places should be secure and in good contact. The cable
bending positions are not sharp, so that the cables are not over
stretched at the root and connectors.
� In case of overhead wiring, the power cables and ground cables
are laid on the cabinet tops, and bound on the cable trough on
the ceiling. In case of underfloor wiring, the power cables and
ground cables are laid under the floors and bound on the cable
trough below the floor. The distance between cable ties shall
be 200 mm.
� The power cables and ground cables are separately led in from
the filters and the PE ground terminals at the top of the cabinet

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to the bus bar in the cabinet. The cables shall be laid straight
and flatly and bound tightly. The distance between cable ties
shall be 200 mm.
� Select a proper type (150 mm/300 mm) of cable ties according
to the number of cables. Cut the surplus part of the cable ties
after binding.
� Before laying the power cables and ground cables, exactly
measure the distance between the power distribution cabinet
and connecting terminal of the cabinet, and reserve enough
length to prevent shortage in practical distribution. If the
cables are found short, the whole wiring process has to be
reworked with longer cables. It is forbidden to use connectors
or welding joints to extend the length of cables.
Wiring Technique The power and ground cables wiring technique is described as fol-
lows:
� When fixing the cable lugs at the DC power distribution cabinet
side, add plain washers and spring washers to secure fixation
and good contact between the cable and connector bar so as
to minimize the contact resistance. Figure 85 shows the con-
nections.

FIGURE 85 POWER CABLE CONNECTION MODE 1

1. Copper bar 4. Bolt


2. Plain washer 5. Cable
3. Nut 6. Spring washer

� For the cables with lugs, when one connection post is con-
nected with more than one cable, the lugs must not be overlaid.
Instead, the two lugs shall be cross connected or installed back
to back. When they have to be overlaid, bend the lug of the
overlaying cable at 45°or 90° before the installation. The big-
ger lug shall be placed under the smaller one. Such a method is
also recommended for all cable installations with lugs. Figure
86 shows the connection method, wherein figure A indicates
the 45°or 90° bending of lugs, figure B indicates back-to-back
connection of lugs and figure C indicates cross connection of
lugs.

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FIGURE 86 POWER CABLE CONNECTION MODE 2

1. Copper bar 4. Bolt


2. Plain washer 5. Cable
3. Nut 6. Spring washer

Engineering Engineering labels of the power cables are the flag-shaped labels
Labels provided by ZTE, as shown in Figure 87.

FIGURE 87 POWER CABLE LABEL

Paste the label nearly half of a circle around the cable at the po-
sition 2 cm from the lug, and then paste the backs of two halves
of the flag-shaped label together. Either end of the power cable
should be pasted with one label, as shown in Figure 88.

FIGURE 88 PASTING POSITION OF POWER CABLE LABEL

There are two parts on the flag-shaped label, L (Local) and R (Re-
mote). The meaning of them are as follows:

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� L: Input the position code of the local equipment, indicating


the position of the equipment connected by the cable at the
local side. If this end is connected to the power distribution
box, specify the cabinet row number, rack number, and ca-
ble attributes, such as -48V, -48VGND, and PE. For example:
A04PE.
� R: Input the position code of the remote equipment, indicat-
ing the position of the equipment connected by the cable at
remote side. If the remote side is the power distribution box,
mark clearly the name of the power distribution cabinet, and
attributes of the power cable. For example: Power Distribution
PE.

Note:
The content of two labels on both ends of the same power cable
shall be opposite. For example, the content input in the L region
of one end shall be identical with that input in the R region of the
other end.

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Internal Cable
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Table of Contents
Dual-Shelf UIM Control Plane Interconnection Cable ............. 121
PD485 Cable ................................................................... 122
Fan Monitoring Cable ....................................................... 123
Internal Cable Wiring ....................................................... 124

Dual-Shelf UIM Control


Plane Interconnection Cable
Function In case of dual-shelf office or the multi-shelf office without control
plane tandem board CHUB, the UIM control plane Ethernet inter-
connection cables implement the interconnection between the UIM
control planes of different shelves.
Serial Number & The cable is labeled as H-ETH-004 (common crossover network
Structure cable). Figure 89 shows the structure of the the UIM control
plane Ethernet interconnection cable. Both ends of the cable are
crimping plugs of 8P8C straight cable. The FTP super category-5
shielded data cable is adopted.

FIGURE 89 H-ETH-004 CABLE STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

Table 13 shows the corresponding connections of the two ends of


the cable.

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TABLE 13 CORRESPONDING CONNECTION OF H-ETH-004 CABLE

End A End B Signal Name Cable Color

1 3 Tx+ White/orange

2 6 Tx- Orange

3 1 Rx+ White/green

4 4 Blue

5 5 White/blue

6 2 Rx- Green

7 7 White/brown

8 8 Brown

Plugging Direction The connection mode of UIM control plane Ethernet interconnec-
of End A and End B tion cable does not change in principle. For unique cable config-
uration, the operator should install cables according to the labels
on both ends of each cable. Both ends of the cable feature mixed
plugging.
Ends A and B of the cable are respectively connected at the identi-
fier FE-C1/2 and FE-C3/4 of the back board RUIM1, or the identifier
FEn (n=1~10) of the RUIM2/RUIM3 back board.

Note:
The back bords corresponding to the UIM board are called RUIM1,
RUIM2 and RUIM3 boards, which are generally called RUIM board.

PD485 Cable
Function PD485 cable connects the OMP board to the cabinet power distri-
bution shelf, implementing the monitoring of the PWRD state.
Serial Number & The PD485 cable is labeled as H-ETH-009 (common straight-
Structure through network cable). Both ends of the cable are the 8P8C
straight crimping shielding connectors, and the cable adopts the
FTP super category-5 shielding data cable.
Table 14 shows the corresponding connection of the two ends of
the cable.

TABLE 14 CORRESPONDING CONNECTION OF H-ETH-009 CABLE

End A End B Signal Name Cable Color

1 1 White/orange

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End A End B Signal Name Cable Color

2 2 Orange

3 3 White/green

4 4 PD_RS485+ Blue

5 5 PD_RS485- White/blue

6 6 Green

7 7 White/brown

8 8 Brown

Plugging Direction The connection positions of End A and End B are described as fol-
of End A and End B lows:
� End A is plugged into the port with the PD485 identifier on the
RMPB back board.
� End B is plugged into the port with the RS485 identifier at the
back of the power distribution subrack.

Note:
There are two RS485 ports at the back of the power distribution
subrack. Here the RS485 port on the right side is selected while
the one on the left side is used for interconnection of RS485
bus between cabinets.

Fan Monitoring Cable


Function The fan monitoring cable connects the distribution shelf with the
fan shelf and implements the monitoring of the fans.
Serial Number & The fan monitoring cable is labeled as H-MON-023. The End A of
Structure the cable is the 15-core cable connector and there are four 8P8C
straight crimping shielding plugs on the End B of the cable.Figure
90 shows the cable structure.

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FIGURE 90 FAN MONITORING CABLE STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

Plugging Direction End A is connected at the position marked with the screen print
of End A and End B identifier "FAN" (DB15 socket) on the back of the power distribu-
tion subrack. End B is connected at the position marked with the
screen print identifier "MONITOR" on the back of each fan subrack.
� End B1 is connected to the fan subrack on the layer L3.
� End B2 is connected to the fan subrack on the layer L6.
� End B3 is connected to the fan subrack on the layer L9.
� End B4 is a standby cable end.

Internal Cable Wiring


Wiring The internal cable wiring requirements are described as follows:
Requirements
� The cable wiring should conform to the related technique spec-
ifications of integral equipment wiring. All the ends of cables
must be bundled with the root parts of the cables in consistent
arc degree.
� Based on the cable wiring direction, all cables should be bun-
dled from both ends of the cable with even interval between
cable ties.
� The internal cables do to cross with each other during wiring
and bundling with thick cables embracing thin cables in a bun-
dle.
� The ends of the standby cable are bundled in the correspond-
ing transverse cable chute at the related position indicated in
the cable connection table. If there is no specific binding posi-
tion indicated in the cable connection cable, the cable can be
bundled in the transverse cable chute on the top of the cabi-
net, from which the cable is led.
� Identify the two ends of the cable clearly with labels. Do not
incorrectly insert them or miss any cable.
� Separately bind the signal cables and the strong-current cables
to avoid interference to the signals.

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� During the cabling, the bending should be smooth and round,


with the bending radius not less than 100 times of the cable
diameter.
� Bind the surplus length of the cables inside the cabinet on the
side cabling beam of the cabinet after arranging them neatly
and to avoid damages to the cables due to shaking during the
transportation.
� When laying cable in the transverse cable chute, make sure
each cable tie is bundled to one threading hole on the cable
chute.
� When laying the cables along the vertical cabling rack, ensure
that a cable tie is used at the spacing of 80 mm.
� Surplus part of the cable tie should be cut off without sharp
edge.
Wiring Technique Internal cable management:
1. Front wiring
The cables used for the front boards of the service subrack are
almost fibers. Insert the fiber connector to the corresponding
port on the service subrack and lead the fiber along the service
subrack cabling rack to the vertical cabling rack at both sides
of the cabinet.
The procedure of fiber wiring at the front of the cabinet is de-
scribed as follows:
i. Insert the optical module in the fiber port on the service
subrack.
ii. Insert the fiber in the optical module.
iii. Loosen the captive screws on the cabling subrack and open
the cable chute cover.
iv. Lead the fiber through the subrack column along the chute
plate to both sides of the cabinet.
v. Use the sponge to enswathe the fibers.
vi. Bind the fiber to the vertical cabling rack with the cable ties.
vii.Close the cable chute cover and fasten it to the subrack
column with captive screws.
The front board cabling is shown in Figure 91.

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FIGURE 91 FRONT BOARD CABLING OF INTERNAL FIBERS

1. Service subrack 3. Fiber


2. Cabling rack 4. Vertical cabling rack

2. Rear cabling rack


After installing and sorting the cables on the rear board of the
service subrack, bind them to the transverse cabling rack or
vertical cabling subrack. The cable wiring and binding is shown
in Figure 92.

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FIGURE 92 REAR BOARD CABLING

1. Service subrack 3. Cable


2. Transverse cabling rack 4. Vertical cabling rack

Engineering The styles and indications of the cable engineering labels are de-
Labels scribed as follows:
� Style and indication of the label on the connector
The label on the connector adopts the horizontal English label
special for panel and connector, which is shown in Figure 93.

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FIGURE 93 DIAGRAM OF HORIZONTAL ENGLISH LABEL SPECIAL FOR


PANEL/CONNECTOR

The label indications are shown in Figure 94.

FIGURE 94 INDICATIONS OF HORIZONTAL ENGLISH LABEL SPECIAL FOR


PANEL/CONNECTOR

� The styles and indications of the labels pasted around cables


are described as follows:
The label pasted around the cable is called the rolled self-cov-
ering laser printed label type II, which is shown in Figure 95.

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FIGURE 95 DIAGRAM OF ROLLED SELF-COVERING LASER PRINTED


LABEL (TYPE II)

The label indications are shown in Figure 96.

FIGURE 96 INDICATIONS OF ROLLED SELF-COVERING LASER PRINTED


LABEL ( TYPE II)

The difference between the horizontal English label special for


panel/connector and the rolled self-covering laser printed label
is that the former one is only used for the connector or panel,
on which the paste area is larger then the label area, while the
latter one is used when the paste area on the cable connector
is small and the cable is not suitable to the use of the hori-
zontal English label special for panel/connector. In such case,
the rolled self-covering laser printed label is pasted around the
cable with its self-contained transparent adhesive paper .
� Flag-shape destination label pasted around the interconnection
cables
The label pasted around the cable is called the horizontal Eng-
lish label type I , which is shown in Figure 97.

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FIGURE 97 DIAGRAM OF HORIZONTAL ENGLISH LABEL (TYPE I )

The label indications are shown in Figure 98.

FIGURE 98 INDICATIONS OF HORIZONTAL ENGLISH LABEL (TYPE I)

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External Cable
Installation

Table of Contents
Ethernet Cables............................................................... 131
External Cable Wiring....................................................... 132

Ethernet Cables
OMC Ethernet Cable
Function The OMC network cable connects the OMP board with the external
background Ethernet.
Serial Number & The OMC Ethernet cable is labeled as H-ETH-009. Both ends of
Structure the cable are the 8P8C straight crimping shielded connectors, and
the cable adopts the FTP super category-5 shielding data cable.
Plugging Direction The connection positions of End A and End B are described as fol-
of End A and End B lows:
� End A of the cable is connected to the port with identifier
“OMCn(n=1~2)” on the RMPB back board corresponding to the
OMP board.
� End B provides an external Ethernet RJ45 male port.

IP Access Cable
Function The IP access cable connects the MNIC board to the external Eth-
ernet, providing the external IP interface.
Serial Number & The IP access cable is labeled as H-ETH-009 (common straight-
Structure through network cable). Both ends of the cable are the 8P8C
straight crimping shielded connectors, and the cable adopts the
FTP super category-5 shielding data cable.
Plugging Direction The connection positions of End A and End B are described as fol-
of End A and End B lows:

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� End A is plugged into the port with the identifier "FEn(n=1~4)"


on the RMNIC back board.
� End B provides an external Ethernet RJ45 male port.

External Cable Wiring


Wiring The external cable wiring requirements are described as follows:
Requirements 1. The wiring requirements of the external cables installed inside
the cabinet are described as follows:
� Cables should be bound orderly, clearly and neatly.
� The cable should be laid according to the layer sequence of
each cabinet. First lay the bottom cables when the equip-
ment room adopts the upward wiring mode, and then lays
the cables from bottom to top, inversely for the downward
wiring.
� The location arrangements of cable bundles in the horizon-
tal/vertical troughs and in the outlet on the cabinet top
should be considered for the maximum configuration.
� The ratproofing bags should be placed at the front and rear
cable outlets at the top and bottom of the cabinet. The
ratproofing bag flange is connected to the external flange
of the cable outlet on the cabinet. The cables going in and
out of the cabinet pass through the ratproof bag. Place the
bags according to the actual number of the cables. The
practical placement of the ratproofing bags is shown in Fig-
ure 99.

FIGURE 99 RATPROOFING BAG

2. The external cable wiring requirements are described as fol-


lows:
� Bend the trunk cables at the corners evenly and smoothly
and the bend exterior should be vertical to or parallel with
each other. The minimum bending radius not less than 40
mm.

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� The trunk cables should be laid separately from the power


cables. The cable jacket should not be damaged and the
serial number on the engineering labels on both ends of the
trunk cable should corresponds to each other.
� When laying equipment cables on DDF, the cable should not
be tightened too much. All the surplus part of cables can
not be cut off with a certain amount reserved. The cables
should be laid according to the corresponding connector
insertion positions.
� The cables must be bundled with cable ties. The cables
from the equipment to the distribution shelf should be bun-
dled closely without crossing. The cable bundles should
look flat and smooth. The bundling at the bending place of
the cable is shown in Figure 100. Improper bundling would
break the cable core where the cable turns to another di-
rection.

FIGURE 100 BUNDLING OF TRUNK CABLES BENDING PLACE

Wiring Technique The external cable wiring technique is described as follows:


1. If the equipment room is equipped with supports and the anti-
static floor, it is better to adopt underfloor cabling mode, which
is easy to lay cables and looks aesthetic.
� The trunk cable laid under the antistatic floor must conform
to the design drawing requirements and it must be led out
of the lower outlet at the bottom of the cabinet to the re-
lated cabling ladder or cabling chute.
� A part of the cable within the length of 1m from the con-
nector can cross with each other and the other part of the
cable should be bound and laid in order.
� Coaxial cables laid under the floor are bundled with every
four cables in a group. Then the cable tie fastens all groups
of cables. The cables can be laid on the antistatic floors in
superposed manner, but the superposed height should not
be too high lest the cool air flow is baffled. The superposed
height at the bottom of the cabinet does not exceed the
3/4 space under the antistatic floor generally. It is better
to reach the half of the space under the antistatic floor.
� The cable chute should be cleaned when the trunk cables
are laid in it. After cabling is complete, both ends of the ca-
bling chute should be sealed to prevent rodent destruction
to the cables. The trunk cables at the places where they
come into or go out of a chute and between cabinets must

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be laid in order with consistent length. The signal cables in


the chute should be laid separately from the power cables.
2. If the equipment room is not equipped with the support, it is
better to use overhead cabling mode to lay trunk cables.
� In case of overhead cabling of trunk cables, the cable bridge
is mounted above the rack. Do not lay the cables directly
on the top cover of the cabinet lest the heat dissipation of
the fan on the power supply (P) should be affected.
� A part of cable as long as 1m from the cabinet top can
cross each other. However, if the vertical cabling ladders
are placed at the upper cable outlets on both sides of the
cabinet, this part of the cable available for crossing should
be shortened.
� Coaxial cables laid on the cabling ladder are bundled with
every four cables in a bundle. Then the cable tie fastens all
bundles of cables.
� If the height difference between the cable bridge on the
top of the cabinet and the cabinet cabling ladder is less
than 0.8m, the cable can be led directly from the cabinet
top to the cable bridge chute. If the height difference is
more than 0.8m, the downward cabling ladder is used to
fix the trunk cables so as to prevent the cable core from
being damaged due to tight stretching of the cable.
� Do not over-stretch the cables when laying them from the
cabling ladder to the cable outlet of the distribution shelf so
as to prevent cable damage. When the cabling ladder goes
through floors, do not fix the ladder directly on the wall. It
must be connected reliably to the floor with the shelf plate
instead to ensure the firmness of the cabling ladder and the
cable bridge.
Engineering The content on one side of the engineering label on the digital
Labels trunk cable includes the row/column No. of the cabinet where
the trunk layer is located. The corresponding row/column No. of
the DDF is on the other side of the label. The label is pasted at
the place 2cm away from the connector root on the cable. The
content of the label pasted on one end of the cable connected to
the equipment is shown in Figure 101.

FIGURE 101 DIAGRAM AND INDICATIONS OF TRUNK CABLE ENGINEERING


LABEL

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The letters "L" and "R" are respectively marked on both sides of
the engineering label (in connection destination direction) special
for trunk cables, whose indications are described as follows:
� On the label pasted on the trunk cable end connected to the
equipment, the DDF-related content should be put on the side
of the label marked with "R", including the row No. and column
No. of the DDF, the layer where the cable locates in the DDF
and the cable serial number. While equipment-related content
should be put on the other side of the label marked with "L",
including the row No. and column No. of the equipment, the
layer of the equipment in the cabinet where the cable locates
and the cable serial number.
� When the label is pasted on the cable end connected to the DDF
of the carrier, the contents on both sides of the label should be
opposite to ones on both sides the label pasted on the cable
end connected to the equipment.

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Chapter 9

Monitoring and Alarm


Systems Installation

Table of Contents
Monitoring System Overview ............................................. 137
Monitoring System Installation .......................................... 138
Alarm System Overview ................................................... 143
Alarm Box Introduction .................................................... 144
Alarm Box Installation ...................................................... 145

Monitoring System Overview


Composition The monitoring system consists of the PWRD, PWRDB, smoke
sensor, infrared sensor, temperature/humidity sensor and the
entrance control sensor.
Function � The PWRD board, which is in the power distribution shelf, pro-
cesses the alarming signals. When -48V power exception oc-
curs, such as over-voltage, under-voltage, power failure, fan
abnormality, smog signal, illegal intrusion signal, or tempera-
ture/humidity threshold-crossing signal appears in the system
working environment, an alarm instruction is generated by the
corresponding indicator on the power distribution shelf panel,
meanwhile, this signal is sent to the RMPB board (correspond-
ing rear board of the OMP) through the RS485 interface, or
background server.
� The PWRDB board is used to provide an interface of environ-
ment monitoring signals for the PWRD board, realizing the ac-
cess of system monitoring signals.
The PWRDB board is located at the back of the power distribu-
tion shelf. Its external interfaces are shown in Table 15.

TABLE 15 PWRDB BOARD INTERFACES

Interface Identi- Connec- Use Connection


fier tor Cable

Entrance DOOR DB15 Used for introducing the entrance End A of the
control control sensor monitoring signal of entrance control
interface the cabinet and equipment room. sensor cable

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Interface Identi- Connec- Use Connection


fier tor Cable

Sensor SENSOR DB15 Used for introducing monitoring End A of


interface signals of the smoke monitoring cable
sensor, infrared sensor and
temperature/humidity sensor.

Fan FAN DB15 Used for introducing fan subrack End A of fan
monitoring monitoring signal monitoring cable
interface

Monitoring System
Installation
Monitoring Cables
Function The signal is led out of the DB15 connector provided at the back
of the power distribution subrack. It is then led to the cabinet top
through the monitoring cable H-MON-025 signal. For rack instal-
lation, configure sensors as actually required.
Serial Number & The structure of the monitoring cable H-MON-025 is shown in Fig-
Structure ure 102. End A of the cable is DB15 connector and there are four
DB9 connectors on the End B of the cable.

FIGURE 102 H-MON-025 CABLE DIAGRAM

Table 16 shows the corresponding relations between connectors


and the sensors.

TABLE 16 CORRESPONDING RELATIONS BETWEEN H-MON-025 CABLE


CONNECTORS AND SENSORS

End B Label Corresponding Sensor

B1 Infrared Sensor

B2 Temperature/Humidity Sensor

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End B Label Corresponding Sensor

B3 Smoke Sensor

B4 Reserved for other uses

Plugging Direction The connection positions of End A and End B of the cable are de-
of End A and End B scribed as follows:
� End A is plugged into the position with the identifier “SEN-
SOR”(DB15 port) at the rear of the power distribution subrack.
� End B of is led out of the cabinet top and then bundled and
fixed on the cabinet to connect the required sensors according
to actual needs.

Caution:
Do not lose the plastic sheath of each socket of cable end B, if the
sensor cable is not required.

Smoke Sensor
Description The smoke sensor is ceiling-mounted, and it is better to install it
right over the top of the cabinet.
Cable The structure of the smoke sensor cable labeled as H-M0N-013
is shown in Figure 103. End A of the cable is connected to the
monitoring cable and the End B is connected to the smoke sensor.

FIGURE 103 SMOKE SENSOR CABLE DIAGRAM

1. End A
2. Direction C
3. End B
4. Sensor pins

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Installation The procedure to install smoke sensor is described as follows:


1. Drill two Φ6 holes on the wall at a depth equivalent to the
length of the plastic expansion bolt (preferably not less than
30 mm). The two holes are 97 mm apart, and the height from
each hole to the ground is the same.
2. Insert the plastic expansion bolts into the two holes, and ham-
mer them fully into the holes with proper force.
3. Remove the base of the smoke sensor, thread two M4 screws
into preset holes of the base, and rotate the screws into the
plastic expansion bolt on the wall.
4. Connect one DB9 male connector of the smoke sensor to End
B3 of the PWRDB external monitoring cable H-MON-025.

Temperature/Humidity Sensor
Description The temperature/humidity sensor is ceiling-mounted above the
cabinet. If it is inconvenient to do so, mount on the wall of the
equipment room. In principle, it is better to install the tempera-
ture/humidity sensor close to the cabinet.
Cable The structure of the temperature/humidity sensor cable labeled
as H-M0N-014 is shown in Figure 104. End A of the cable is con-
nected to the monitoring cable and the End B is connected to the
temperature/humidity sensor.

FIGURE 104 TEMPERATURE/HUMIDITY SENSOR CABLE DIAGRAM

Installation The procedure to install the temperature/humidity sensor is de-


scribed as follows:
1. Drill two Φ6 holes on the wall. The two holes are 60mm apart,
and the height from each hole to the ground is the same.
The hole depth is suitable for placing the plastic expansion
bolts, which is recommended to be no less than 30 mm.
2. Insert the plastic expansion bolts into the two holes, and ham-
mer them fully into the holes with proper force.
3. Rotate the M4 screw into the two plastic expansion bolts on
the wall, but not to the end. The distance between the cap of
screw and the wall is about 10 mm.

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4. Connect the DB9 male connector of end A of the tempera-


ture/humidity sensor to End B2 of the POWRDB external mon-
itoring cable H-MON-025. Connect the DB9 female connector
on end B to the sensor.
5. Insert the two hardy holes at the back of the temperature/hu-
midity sensor to the two caps of screws. Slightly haul the sen-
sor downward to make sure that it is hung on the screws.

Infrared Sensor
Description The infrared sensor is installed at the upper part of the equipment
room, so that it can detect the persons entering the equipment
room through doors or windows. The installation position of the
infrared sensor is shown in Figure 105.

FIGURE 105 INFRARED SENSOR INSTALLATION POSITION DIAGRAM

Note:
The infrared sensor described above is only one of the products
available. During the on-site installation, please refer to the man-
ual for the sensor actually used for details of its structure and
follow the instructions therein to install it.

Cable The structure of the infrared sensor cable labeled as H-M0N-012


is shown in Figure 106. End A of the cable is connected to the
monitoring cable and the End B is connected to the infrared sensor.

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FIGURE 106 INFRARED SENSOR CABLE DIAGRAM

Installation The procedure to install the infrared Sensor is described as follows:


1. Drill two Φ6 holes on the wall at a depth equivalent to the
length of the plastic expansion bolt (preferably not less than
30 mm). The two holes are 81.7 mm apart, and the height
from each hole to the ground is the same.
2. Insert the plastic expansion bolts into the two holes, and ham-
mer them fully into the holes with proper force.
3. Remove the base of the infrared sensor, thread two Φ4 screws
into preset holes of the base, and rotate the screws into the
plastic expansion bolt on the wall.
4. Clip the infrared sensor to the base. One end of the sensor line
is DB9 connector, and the DB9 male connector is connected to
end B1 of the PWRDB external monitoring cable H-MON-025.

Entrance Control Sensor


Description The entrance control sensor can monitor the opening and closing
status of the cabinet and the equipment room doors.
Cable The structure of the entrance control sensor cable labeled as
H-MON-024 is shown in Figure 107. End A of the cable is con-
nected to the position with identifier “DOOR” at the rear of the
power distribution subrack and the End B is connected to the
entrance control sensor.

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FIGURE 107 ENTRANCE CONTROL SENSOR CABLE DIAGRAM

Table 17 shows the corresponding relations between cable End B


and the sensors.

TABLE 17 H-MON-024 CABLE END B FUNCTION

Cable End Function

B1 Rack Front Entrance Control Signal

B2 Rack Rear Entrance Control Signal

B3 Equipment Room Entrance Control 1

B4 Equipment Room Entrance Control 2

B5 Equipment Room Entrance Control 3

B6 Equipment Room Entrance Control 4

Alarm System Overview


Purpose The alarm system is used to know the exceptions of the equip-
ment. When the communication equipment occur an exception,
or the system is in abnormal status for some reasons, the equip-
ment sends the alarm information to the background server for
the engineer to view current or history alarms. Meanwhile, the
server sends the alarm information to the alarm box. The alarm
box gives audible and visual alarms according to different severi-
ties, and sends the alarm message to specified mobile phone.
Composition The alarm system mainly consists of the alarm server (usually OMC
server) and the alarm box, as shown in Figure 108.

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FIGURE 108 ALARM SYSTEM

� The alarm server can specify the alarm levels of the alarming
short message to the alarm box, and the mobile number for
receiving the short message.
� The alarm server sends the alarm message to the alarm box
through the TCP/IP protocol, and then the MS module in the
alarm box sends the short message to the specified number.
� The alarm information displays on the screen, accompanied by
the alarm indicator and the alert tone.

Alarm Box Introduction


Description Connecting to the alarm server through the HUB for network con-
nection, the alarm box receives alarming data information from
the server. It also gives audible and visual alarms according to
different severities, and displays the alarm information through
the LCD screen.
Function The alarm box has the following functions:
� Sending alarm short messages: The alarm box sends the cur-
rent alarm information to the mobile phone of the specified
carrier personnel.
� Alarming tone: The alarm box uses Chinese/English voice or
buzz for alarming. When using the sound of a buzzer for alarm-
ing, the alarm level of the current alarm is indicated by alarm-
ing tone with different durations.
� Alarming indicator: The alarm box lightens different indicators
(red, blue, yellow, and green) according to different alarm lev-
els.
� LCD displaying: After the alarm box receives alarm information
from the alarm server, the engineer can view the history alarms
by pressing buttons or from the display screen (at most 10
pieces of alarm information can be reserved), and configured
the working parameters for the alarm box.
� Transferring early warning information: the alarm box trans-
fers the data (such as alarm data, early warning data) from the
alarm server to the early warning center, thus the maintenance
personnel can know, analyze and troubleshoot the foreground
faults.

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� Remote access function: The alarm server can access the not
only near-end alarm boxes (in the same network section with
the alarm server) but also the remote alarm boxes in different
network sections by adding routes on the alarm box. In this
way, the alarm box can be placed in the office room, which is
more flexible.
� Multi-office-in-one: One alarm box can simultaneously connect
with up to five background servers that usually are not within
the same network section. Therefore, this function needs to
coordinate with the extension function.
� Detecting and reporting network storm: the engineer sets the
threshold for the network storm according to actual network
status, thus to avoid the network congestion caused by the
data broadcast.
Technical The technical parameters of the alarm box is shown in Table 18.
Parameter
TABLE 18 ALARM BOX TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Item Parameter

Dimension 310 mm×220 mm×58 mm


(Lenght ×Width ×Thickness)

Power Supply -48 V DC power

Power 25 W

Interface 1 RJ-45 network interface and 1


standard 9-line serial port

Alarm Box Installation


Installing an Alarm Box
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� The position of installing the alarm box is determined.
� The hook board is removed from the back of the alarm box.
Context This topic describes the procedure to install an alarm box.
The alarm box is installed in a control room or an office room for
providing alarm information with different severities.
The alarm box should be installed in an outstanding location, so
that the alarm can be seen or heard easily. It is mounted on the
wall about 1.5 m above the floor to facilitate operations on it.
Steps 1. Mark installation holes on the wall with the hook board, or mark
lines according to the dimensions shown in Figure 109.
The alarm box should be installed about 1,500 mm above the
ground, and the lines should be parallel to the ground surface
or wall surface.

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FIGURE 109 MOUNTING A HOOK PLATE

1. Φ8 hole 3. Hook plate


2. Plastic expansion bolts 4. Sunk head wood screws M5

2. Drill four 40mm-deep φ8 holes at marked places.


3. Insert the plastic expansion bolts into the holes, and hammer
them fully into the holes with proper force.
4. Fix the hook plate to the wall with four M5 sunk head wood
screws, as shown in Figure 109.
5. Align the hook holes at the back of the alarm box with the
hangers of the hook plate and hang the alarm box onto the
hangers.
Figure 110 and Figure 111 show the alarm box installation.

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FIGURE 110 INSTALLING AN ALARM BOX 1

1. Hook holes on the alarm box

FIGURE 111 INSTALLING AN ALARM BOX 2

1. Hook plate of the alarm box 2. Alarm Box

6. Lock the alarm box so that it cannot be taken down from the
hook plate.
END OF STEPS

Installing Alarm Box Cables


Prerequisites � The alarm box is installed completely.
� Both power cable and signal cable are installed completely
based on the equipment layout.
� Tools and meters are ready.
Context This topic describes the procedure to install the alarm box cables.
The power cable and signal cable should have a jacket before they
are fixed on the wall. The cable layout should be neat and pleas-

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ant. The cable is bent smoothly at the turning point. Do not strain
the cable to avoid damage to it.
Steps 1. One end of the direct-connecting network cable with RJ-45 con-
nectors is plugged into the network interface on the alarm box.
The other end is connected with the network interface of the
alarm server or the LAN HUB port where the alarm server is
located.
2. One end of the power cable with an aviation socket male con-
nector is plugged into the alarm box. The other end of it is
connected to the -48V DC power supply of the DC power dis-
tribution cabinet or the service cabinet.
The alarm box power cable is shown in Figure 112.

FIGURE 112 POWER CABLE OF AN ALARM BOX

1. Three-core aviation plug 3. Blue cable


2. Blue cable 4. Label

3. Install the PVC wiring trough based on the installation position


and cabling of the alarm box.
If the cables go to the same destination (such as in a cabinet)
at the other end, install the PVC wiring trough along the wall
to the cable ladder, and then run the cables from the cable
ladder into the cabinet (cabling in cable racks), or install the
PVC cable chute along the wall to the floor, and then run the
cables through the cable trough under the raised floor into the
cabinet (cabling under the raised floor, in which case the cable
trough is optional).
If the other ends of these cables are not at the same posi-
tion, divide these cables at proper location and enclose them
in independent narrower PVC cable trough, and then lay them
along the cable troughs along the wall or under the floor.
4. Install the power cable and network cable in the PVC wiring
trough, and then cover the trough.
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Background System
Installation

Table of Contents
Background System Composition ....................................... 149
Background System Environment Requirements .................. 150
Background System Installation Requirements .................... 150
Installing Background System ........................................... 151
Background System Network Cable .................................... 152

Background System
Composition
Description The background system is generally located in the operation and
maintenance room. The operation must abide by the related op-
eration regulation otherwise the equipment may be damaged due
to improper operation.
Composition The background system is composed of the DB server, Agent, pro-
vision server, interface processor (providing external interfaces for
BOSS connection), OMC server and OMC client.
As for simplified configuration, under the condition that the same
operating system is used, the provision server and the DB server
can be integrated as one, the provision server and the Agent can
be integrated as one (NT platform is required) or the Agent and
the OMC client can be integrated as one.
The local equipment communicates with the server through the
LAN and the remote equipment accesses the server through the
remote networking.
As for the connecting equipment for the network connection be-
tween the background system and the foreground boards, or be-
tween the background system and the higher-level Network Man-
agement Center (NMC), the hub is used for local networking and
the router and transmission equipment are used for remote net-
working.

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Background System
Environment Requirements
The background system can realize operation and maintenance
of the foreground system, manual or automatic backup of data-
base and other service-related operations such as subscriber dele-
tion/creation, service registration and modification etc.
The background system environment requirements are described
as follows:
� The background computers should be fixed in the O&M room
according to the design layout, and cannot be arranges or
moved randomly.
� The background computers should be free from direct sun-
shine and electromagnetic interference and far away from heat
source or damp locations.
� A secure computer desk with proper size is required for each
computer before the computer installation. Or special service
rack is to be prepared.
� UPS is required for every computer, installed according to the
instructions of the manufacturer.

Background System
Installation Requirements
The background system installing requirements are described as
follows:
� The computer parts, such as system case, display screen, and
mouse, should be arranged uniformly and in order.
� Labels are necessary for the computer system case and display
screen to indicate the use of the computer.
� The auxiliary devices, such as monitor and printer, should be
securely connected to the computer chassis with screws tight-
ened.
� The cables behind the computers should be arranged and
bound in order, without twists and with proper allowance.

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Installing Background
System
Context The background system realizes operation and maintenance of the
foreground system, manual or automatic backup of database and
other service-related operations such as subscriber deletion/cre-
ation, service registration and modification etc.
The background server (OMC server) connects with the OMP board
through the Ethernet cable to realize version management, con-
figuration and downloading of each board.
Steps 1. Connection between OMP board and Background HUB
The end A of the standard straight Ethernet cable is physi-
cally connected at the position with the silkscreen identifier
“OMCn”(n=1~2) on the RMPB rear board corresponding to the
OMP board. The end B of the cable provides external Ethernet
RJ45 male interface for connection to the background HUB (or
router).
2. Background System Networking
Under the local networking conditions, the background server
and client connects with the HUB through the network cables,
forming the star topological structure, as shown in Figure 113.

FIGURE 113 LOCAL NETWORKING MODE

In case of remote operation and maintenance and remote net-


working, the router and HUB devices are required.Figure 114
shows the remote networking mode.

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FIGURE 114 REMOTE NETWORKING MODE

END OF STEPS

Background System
Network Cable
Network Cable Description
Function The network cable is connected between two equipment or ter-
minals for data transmission. It is made of four pairs of 8-core
twisted-pair cables with the standard RJ-45 connectors.
Structure Based on the different connecting relations of both ends of the
network cable, it falls into straight-through network cable and
crossover network cable. The two types of cables have the same
structure, which is shown in Figure 115.

FIGURE 115 NETWORK CABLE STRUCTURE

The line sequence of both ends of the straight-through network


cable is consistent and conforms to the standard EIA/TIA 568B.
Table 19 shows the line sequence.

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TABLE 19 STRAIGHT-THROUGH NETWORK CABLE CONNECTION SCHEME

End A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Wire White orange White Blue White Green White Brown


Color /orange /green /blue /brown

End B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

The line sequence of both ends of the crossover network cable is


inconsistent. The End A of the cable conforms to the standard
EIA/TIA 568B while the End B of the cable conforms to the stan-
dard EIA/TIA 568A. Table 20 shows the line sequence.

TABLE 20 CROSSOVER NETWORK CABLE CONNECTION SCHEME

End A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Wire White Orange White Blue White Green White Brown


Color /orange /green /blue /brown

End B 3 6 1 4 5 2 7 8

Applications The straight-through network cable can be applied for the following
connections:
� PC-HUB
� HUB common port-HUB cascading port
� SWITCH-ROUTER
The crossover network cable can be applied for the following con-
nections:
� PC-PC
� HUB common port-HUB common port
� HUB cascading port-HUB cascading port
� HUB-SWITCH
� HUB cascading port-SWITCH
� SWITCH-SWITCH
� ROUTER-ROUTER

Making Network Cables


Context The network cable is composed of 8-core twisted-pair cable and
RJ-45 connectors.
1. The choice of the twisted-pair cable should be based on the
maximum operating frequency in the environment where the
cables are used.
� For 10/100Mbps Ethernet, the category-5 shielded cable
(Cat5) is adopted.

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� For 1000Mbps Ethernet, the super category-5 shielded ca-


ble (Cat5E) is adopted.
2. The choice of the connector should be based on the type of the
twisted-pair cable (RJ-45 Modular Plug). The electrical perfor-
mance indices of the connectors must be higher than or equal
to those of the twisted pairs.
For a network cable, the line pair No. is one-to-one corresponding
to the line colors.
� The colors of the first line pair are white/blue-blue.
� The colors of the second line pair are white/orange-orange.
� The colors of the third line pair are white/green-green.
� The colors of the fourth line pair are white/brown-brown.
This topic describes the procedure to make network cables.
Taking the straight-through network cable example, the network
cable making procedure is described as follows:
Steps 1. Prepare the twisted-pair cable of required length with diagonal
pliers. The length of the cable is not more than 100m.
2. Cover the protecting jacket of the RJ-54 connector on the
twisted-pair cable to prevent the poor contact of the connector
due to improper operation.
3. Peel off at least 20 ~30 mm of the external jacket from one
end of the network cable to expose the four pairs of cables.
4. Identify the four pairs of cables to make the corresponding
sequence numbers or pairs as 1 and 2, 3 and 6, 4 and 5, 7 and
8, as shown in Figure 116.
The bending at the connector position may damage the cable
pairs inside the tube, so arrange at least 8 mm of cables inside
the tube parallel to each other, forming the flat part of the ca-
ble. The remaining part of the cable has an oval cross section.

FIGURE 116 IDENTIFYING THE CABLES

5. Switch cable 6 with cables 4 and 5 to insulate the cable ties


and to have them parallel to each other in the right sequence.
There must be no untwisted cables in the cable jacket.
6. Cut the cable ends flat at 14 mm away from the end of the
jacket. The end face of each cable must be smooth and flat
to avoid weakening of performance caused by burrs. Starting
from the cable head, no crossing is allowed within (10±1) mm
of the cable. At the place 4 mm away from the end of the

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jacket, cable 6 must crossover cables 4 and 5, as shown in


Figure 117.

FIGURE 117 INTERCHANGING THE CABLES

7. Insert the cable into the RJ45 crystal head so that its copper
core can be seen on the RJ45 head, as shown in Figure 118.

FIGURE 118 INSERTING RJ45 CONNECTOR INTO NETWORK CABLE

8. Crimp the connector with the special crimping pliers.


If the reed of the RJ-45 connector is not crimped to the right
depth, the RJ-45 socket may be damaged. To avoid the occur-
rence of such a phenomenon, it is specified in the FCC stan-
dards that the reed of the RJ-45 connector must be crimped to
the depth of 5.89mm-6.15 mm, as shown in Figure 119.

FIGURE 119 CRIMPED NETWORK CABLES

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Testing Network Cables


Context This topic describes the procedure to test network cable connec-
tion status and check whether the network cable meets the re-
quirements.
Steps 1. Check whether the connection of the two ends of the cable is
correct by referring to the cable connection table and check
whether any adjacent cables have short-circuited or if any ca-
ble is short-circuited with the shielding layer.
2. Measure the crimped depth of the reed of the RJ45 connector
to see if it conforms to the required standard.
3. Use the special network cable testing instrument to test the
network cable connection status.
END OF STEPS

Network Cable Label Description


Description The network cable engineering label adopts the ZTE-made label.
The content is supposed to be printed on the label but not written
on it. The label can be pasted at the place 2cm away from the lug
on the cable.
Label Indications The label pasted on the end of the network cable connected to the
Ethernet switch is shown in Figure 120 and the label pasted on the
end of the network cable connected to the NIC is shown in Figure
121.

FIGURE 120 NETWORK CABLE LABEL DIAGRAM (ON ETHERNET SWITCH


SIDE)

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FIGURE 121 NETWORK CABLE LABEL DIAGRAM (ON NIC SIDE)

The indications of the label content are described as follows:


� NETWORK CABLE(L): Network cable, L refers to near end and
the R refers to far end.
� XXX: System name
� A02: Cabinet row/column No. The computer that is not placed
in the cabinet, such as maintenance terminal, is marked with
No.
� S02: The Ethernet switch No. in a cabinet.
� 129: Node No. including 129,131,132 and 170.
� 2: The NIC No. of the server.
Paste Require- The label is generally pasted at the place 20mm away from the
ments connector root on the cable. The label is folded in half with both
sides pasted together. No margin is allowed when folding the label.
In special cases, the label can be pasted at other places. However
all the labels used in the same equipment room should be pasted
in a consistent way.

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Board Installation

Table of Contents
Board Description ............................................................ 159
Board Installation Precautions ........................................... 160
Inserting a Board ............................................................ 161
Unplugging a Board ......................................................... 164
Replacing a Board............................................................ 166

Board Description
The board is composed of the panel component, functional PCB
board and the sub-board etc. The PCB board is equipped with con-
nector that corresponds to the connector jack on the backplane.
The board is marked with the logical name on the panel and there
is board slot No. on the 9U service subrack. The service subrack
can contain 17 boards in full configuration.
The outline dimension of the board: 322.25 mm×340 mm×25.1
mm (Height×Length×Panel width)
The board structure diagram is shown in Figure 122.

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FIGURE 122 BOARD STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

Board Installation
Precautions
The operator should pay attention to the following items:
1. During the process of plugging/unplugging a board, the upper
and lower spanners should be operated synchronously.
2. During the board installation, if the board cannot be pushed
into the right position with the board spanner, then draw out
the board and check the following items:
� Board installation slot is consistent with the required slot.
� Board deviates from the rail.
� Pins of the backplane connector are bent or damaged.
3. The installation operator should try to avoid hot plugging/un-
plugging the boards to prevent board damage.

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Caution:
The board that is not hot pluggable must be plugged/un-
plugged after the system is powered off.

4. The operator must wear the antistatic bracelet when plug-


ging/unplugging the boards, making sure the connector of the
antistatic bracelet is reliably connected to the electrostatic
discharge hole on the cabinet.

Inserting a Board
Prerequisites Wear an antistatic wrist strap to insert a board and make sure that
the connector of the antistatic wrist strap is safely connected to the
ESD hole on the equipment cabinet.
Context This topic describes the procedure to insert a board so that the
equipment runs normally.
Steps 1. Take the board out of the antistatic packing box.
2. Unlock the ejector levers by loosening the screws on them if it
they are locked.
3. Hold the ejector lever with both hands to wrench the ejector
outward and then gently push the board along the correspond-
ing rail into the upper or lower slot of the standard 9U shelf, as
shown in Figure 123.

FIGURE 123 PLUGGING BOARD (STEP 1)

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4. Push the board along the rail gently to the bayonet of the ejec-
tor lever until it enters the square groove beside the upper and
lower holders of the 9U subrack, as shown in Figure 124.

FIGURE 124 PLUGGING BOARD (STEP 2)

5. After the board connector contacts the backplane connector,


turn the ejector levers inwards at both sides too move the
board in position. A "click" sound from the ejector levers indi-
cates that the ejector lever is in position and holds the hooks
of the handles. See Figure 125.

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FIGURE 125 PLUGGING BOARD (STEP 3)

6. Fasten the captive screws of the upper/lower ejector lever with


a straight-headed screwdriver or cross screwdriver to complete
the installation, as shown in Figure 126.

FIGURE 126 PLUGGING BOARD (STEP 4)

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Unplugging a Board
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� Check whether the board to be unplugged is hot pluggable or
not.
� Wear an antistatic wrist strap to insert a board and make sure
that the connector of the antistatic wrist strap is safely con-
nected to the electric static discharge hole on the equipment
cabinet.
Context This topic describes the procedure to unplug a board.
Follow the operation regulations to unplug the board that is found
faulty.
Steps 1. Loosen the captive screws of the upper/lower ejector lever with
a straight-headed screwdriver or cross screwdriver and then
press the unlock buttons on both ejector levers, as shown in
Figure 127.

FIGURE 127 UNPLUGGING BOARD (STEP 1)

2. After the ENUM indicator flashes on the board with frequency


of 1Hz, turn both the ejector levers outwards to completely
unhook them from the clamping slot of the subrack beam, and
then draw out the board slowly, as shown in Figure 128.

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FIGURE 128 UNPLUGGING BOARD (STEP 2)

Note:
Skip step 2 if the cabinet is not powered on or the board ejector
levers are not equipped with microswitches.

3. Gradually draw out the board along the upper/lower guide rails
of the 9U subrack. Then, gently draw out the board from the
guide rails to finish unplugging the board, as shown in Figure
129.

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FIGURE 129 UNPLUGGING BOARD (STEP 3)

4. Put the unplugged board into the antistatic bag.


END OF STEPS

Replacing a Board
Prerequisites � The board is ready for replacing the existing one.
� Check whether the board to be unplugged is hot pluggable or
not.
� Wear an antistatic wrist strap to insert a board and make sure
that the connector of the antistatic wrist strap is safely con-
nected to the electric static discharge hole on the equipment
cabinet.
Context If the board does not work normally, it needs to be replaced so as
to ensure the normal running of the system.
This topic describes the procedure to replace a board.
Steps 1. Confirm the cabinet, shelf and slot where the board is to be
replaced.
2. Paste the replacement label on the panel of the board to be
replaced to prevent misoperation.
3. Make sure the board to be replaced has stopped running all the
programs and the related data has been saved.

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4. Disconnect all the cables connected on the panel.


5. Unplug the board out of the shelf. Refer to topic Unplugging a
Board for operating procedures.
6. Following the ESD protection regulations, take the board out
of the electrostatic packing box.
7. Insert the board to the shelf. Refer to topic Inserting a Board
for operating procedures.
8. Reconnect the cables connected on the panel.
END OF STEPS

Result The indicators on the panel work normally and the system does
not report alarms related to the newly inserted board.

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Chapter 12

Hardware Installation
Check

Table of Contents
Hardware Installation Check Overview................................ 169
On-Site Environment Check .............................................. 170
Cabinet Installation Check ................................................ 170
Check of Power Cable and Ground Cable Wiring ................... 171
Cable Layout Check ......................................................... 171
Alarm Box Installation Check............................................. 172
Sensor Installation Check ................................................. 172
Maintenance Terminal Installation Check............................. 172
Other Checks .................................................................. 172

Hardware Installation Check


Overview
The operator should check the on-site environment of the equip-
ment room, installation of the cabinet, cables and other auxiliary
devices to make rectification if any problem is found so that the
equipment power-on and system running are normal.
The hardware installation check includes the following items:
� On-site environment
� Cabinet installation
� Power and ground cables wiring
� Internal cable wiring
� Alarm box installation
� Sensor installation
� Maintenance terminal installation

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On-Site Environment Check


Check the on-site environment of the equipment room to ensure
the normal power-on and running of the equipment.
� There should be no cable ties, wire ends and desiccant and
other unwanted objects in the cable chutes, inside/outside the
cabinets or under the raised floor around the cabinets.
� Those articles that are not useful in the equipment room should
be cleared and those required articles should be placed in order
in the equipment room.
� The operator console should be neat and tidy and the raised
floor should look clean and smooth.

Cabinet Installation Check


The operator should check cabinet installation according to the fol-
lowing criteria:
� he cabinet layout meets the design requirements.
� The sides of the cabinet rows that form the main aisle are in
line, with an error less than 5 mm. The cabinets within the
same row are placed side by side against each other with an
open space of less than 3 mm. The fronts of the cabinets in the
same row form a uniform vertical plane without unevenness.
The cabinets of the same type are at about the same height,
with an error less than 3 mm.
� After installation, neither the level nor the verticality error of
any cabinet exceeds 3mm.
� No components of the cabinet are slack or damaged. No paint
peels off or any scratches on the components. Repaint dam-
aged parts if necessary.
� Bolts are fastened and the exposed nuts of the same type are
at about the same length (height).
� The insulation washer must be mounted where it is necessary
during installation.
� The cabinet installation should be reinforced for quakeproof
purposes. If necessary, use expansion bolts to fix the cabinets
to the ground.
� The surface of the cabinet front, rear and side doors must be
clean.

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Check of Power Cable and


Ground Cable Wiring
Check the wiring of power cables and ground cables according to
the following items:
� To connect the power cables or ground cables to the connection
terminals, use the pliers to shape the cables as wiring. The
wiring should be flat and straight.
� In cabling, the cable connected to the connection terminal far-
ther from the cabling end should be deployed at the outer side.
The cable connected to the connection terminal nearer to the
cabling end should be deployed at the inner side.
� The cables in rack should be bound separately without being
mixed with other cables. The same rule also applies to the
cables in troughs or ditches.
� The power cables and grounding cables should go through the
racks on two sides of the cabinet and be fixed on the inner
sides of the racks. The cable ties should be located outside the
racks.
� The contact surface of the power cable lug should closely fit
the cabinet connector board smoothly and tightly.
� No splice or welding joint is allowed on the cable.

Cable Layout Check


The operator should check the cable layout according to the fol-
lowing criteria:
� Each cable connects to the right position specified on its label.
The cabling is even, without any crossings. The cables are
bound neatly with cable ties.
� The both ends of the cables are labeled clearly. The connec-
tion places should be secure and in good contact. The cable
bending positions are not sharp, so that the cables are not over
stretched at the root and connectors.
� The non-shielded network cables are separated from the power
cables. The network cables are not bound too tight and bent
too sharp.
� All the network cable connectors (RJ-45 connector) accord to
the same specification, 568B recommended.
� The waterproof and sun-proof measures are required and all
the hole where the cables goes in and out must be sealed.

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Alarm Box Installation Check


The installed alarm box should conform to the following criteria:
� The alarm box is installed in a visible location, so that the alarm
can be seen or heard easily.
� It is installed at a proper height for the convenience of the
operations on it.
� The power cables and network cables connecting the alarm box
are laid in the cable trough, without any cable outside.
� Every alarm box is clearly labeled to indicate which is for which
equipment when multiple alarm boxes are installed side by side
in line.

Sensor Installation Check


Check sensor installation according to the following items:
� The infrared sensor is installed at a proper position, so that it
can detect the key entrances of the equipment room.
� The temperature and humidity sensors are installed at a proper
position near the cabinet, less than 1m away.
� The smoke sensor is installed on an installation board on the
top of the cabinet.

Maintenance Terminal
Installation Check
The installed maintenance terminal should conform to the follow-
ing criteria:
� The maintenance terminal is isolated from the main equipment.
Glass wall may be used for the isolation.
� They are identified with labels according to their types.
� At least one of the terminals is equipped with a Modem that
can be connected to the near telephone line for the remote
maintenance.

Other Checks
Other hardware installation check items should conform to the fol-
lowing criteria:

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� Labels are complete, correct and clear.


� The circuit boards should be installed in the correct positions
and none should be missing.
� All the select switches and control switches of the equipment
should be on their specified initial position.
� Working ground, protection ground and lightning protection
ground of the cabinet equipment are grounded all right, and
the ground resistance meets the technical requirement.
� Fuses meet the rated nominal requirements.
� No short-circuit exists between the positive and negative power
supplies.

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Chapter 13

Power-On and Power-Off

Table of Contents
Checks Before Power-On .................................................. 175
Power-On Procedures ....................................................... 176
Power-Off Procedures....................................................... 178

Checks Before Power-On


The equipment should be powered on after the hardware installa-
tion. The operator should check the equipment before powering
on it so as to prevent any fault occurrence during system power-on
and thus protect the equipment.
� The fuses of the primary power source and the equipment
should conform to the related requirements.
� Measure the voltage of the input DC power to see if its value
is within the required range.
� The power cable features 30% redundant power.
� Check the polarity connection of the power supply to see if
it is correct. No short-circuit exists between the positive and
negative power supplies.
� Make sure the cabinet is well grounded and the ground resis-
tance conforms to the requirements.
� Check the power cables and ground cables connection of the
power distribution subrack, service subrack and fan subrack to
see if the connection is correct and reliable.
� Check the number of the boards installed according to the sys-
tem configuration list and check for correctness of the board
installation position. Check the board connection to see if the
board is plugged in position and if the connector is reliably con-
tacted.
� Unhook the ejector levers on the installed boards.
� Check all the air switches of each subrack, cabinet junction box
and other devices to see if they are all in OFF position.

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Power-On Procedures
Powering On Service Cabinet
Description The service cabinet powering on procedures include the procedure
of powering on the service cabinet for the first time and the pro-
cedure of powering on the service cabinet during regular usage.
This topic describes the procedure to power on the server cabinet.

Note:
If abnormal cases occur, turn off the power immediately and power
on the system again only after the cause is found out and rectified.

Power-On For the The following contents describes the procedure to power on the
First Time newly installed system for the first time for later system debugging
so that the system can work normally.
To power on the service cabinet for the first time, perform the
following steps:
1. Turn on the general power switch on the DC power distribution
cabinet.
2. Turn on the -48 V power output switch on the DC power distri-
bution cabinet.
3. Use the multimeter to measure the voltage of the -48 V power
supply outputted from the DC power distribution cabinet.
The required voltage fluctuation range: -57 V~-40 V
4. Turn on the dual -48 V power switches on the power distribution
subrack in the service cabinet.
5. Turn off the dual -48 V power switches on the power distribu-
tion subrack in the service cabinet.
6. Plug all the boards.
7. Turn on the dual -48 V power switches on the power distribution
subrack.
Power-On During Power on the system according to the power-on sequence during
Regular Use regular use to prevent equipment damage and personal injury.
To power on the service cabinet during regular use, perform the
following steps:
1. Turn on the -48 V power switch outside the cabinet.
2. Turn on the dual -48 V power switches on the power distribution
subrack.

Powering On Server Cabinet


This topic describes the procedure to power on the server cabinet
to make the equipment in the cabinet work in normal status.
To power on the server cabinet and its internal devices, perform
the following steps:

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1. Turn off all the switches on the AC power distribution box and
other devices inside the cabinet.
2. Turn on the -48 V power switch outside the cabinet and mea-
sure the voltage to see if its value is within the required range.
� If yes, turn on the power switch outside the cabinet.
� If abnormal cases occur, turn off the power immediately
and power on the system again only after the cause is found
out and rectified.
3. Turn on the switches on the AC power distribution box, and
then turn on the power switch outside the cabinet.
4. Turn on the power switches of the each Ethernet switch and
router.
5. Start the OMC server and wait to log in to the system.
6. Turn on the power switches of other devices in the cabinet.

Powering On Mini-Computer
This topic describes the procedure to power on the minicomputer.
To power on the minicomputer, perform the following steps:
1. Turn on the switch of the disk array power module.
2. Open the switch of the disk array.
3. Turn on the switches of the active and standby minicomputers.
4. Log into the active and standby minicomputers.
5. Confirm the floating IP of the active and standby minicomput-
ers.
6. Start the dual computers (the program is loaded automatically)
with related commands.
7. Confirm the related application processes running on the active
and standby minicomputers.
Example Perform the following steps to power on an HP minicomputer:
1. Turn on the switches of the two power modules on the back of
the disk array.
2. Turn on the power switch on the front panel of the disk array
and wait for about 5 minutes.
3. Turn on the switches of the active and standby minicomputers.
4. Log into the active and standby minicomputers with the user
name "root" and the password "root" through the console.
5. Confirm the floating IP of the active and standby minicomput-
ers.
6. Start the dual minicomputers with the command:
cmruncl –v
Run the netstat –i and vgdiplay commands before and af-
ter the program loading to observe the difference between the
system response information each time.
7. Observe the related application processes with related com-
mands.
ps –u oracle//It is to observer whether the ORACLE starts
successfully.
ps –u hlr //It is to observer whether there is the hlrdb.out
process.

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Power-Off Procedures
Powering Off Service Cabinet
This topic describes the procedure to power off the service cabinet
and all kinds of boards in it according to the power-off sequence
so as to ensure equipment safety.

Caution:
After the power supply is turned off, the system will stop running
and terminate providing the service. Please be careful with this
operation.

To power off the service cabinet, perform the following steps:


1. Turn off the dual -48 V power switches on the power distribu-
tion subrack in the top of the service cabinet.
2. Turn off the -48 V power output switch on the DC power distri-
bution cabinet.

Powering Off Server Cabinet


This topic describes the procedure to power off the server cabinet
and all kinds of devices in it according to the power-off sequence
so as to ensure equipment safety.
To power off the server cabinet and its internal devices, perform
the following steps:
1. In case of dual computer system, shut down the standby server
first and then the active server.
2. Other servers may be shut down in a random sequence.
3. Turn off the power switches of each HUB and router.
4. Turn off the power switch of the cabinet.

Powering Off Mini-Computer


This topic describes the procedure to power off the minicomputer.
To power off the minicomputer, perform the following steps:
1. Stop running all the program with software commands.
2. Stop running dual-computer system by use of the software
commands on the active computer.
3. Shut down the active and standby computers by use of the
software commands on both the active and standby computers
respectively.
4. Press and hold the power buttons on both active and standby
computers to shut down them respectively after the system
indicator on the minicomputer is off.
5. Turn off the power switch on the disk array panel.

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6. Turn off the switch of the disk array power module.


Example Perform the following steps to power off an HP minicomputer:
1. Stop running the hlrdb program with software commands.
Basic commands: cmhaltpkg –n pcshlr1 pkghlrdb
� cmhaltpkg The command used for stopping running the
program in HP-UX system.
� pcshlr1: One of the dual computers
� pkghlrdb: Program pack
Use vgdiplay to observe the node.
2. Deactivate the node and stop running dual-computer system
by use of the software commands on the active computer.
cmhaltpkg –f
3. Shut down the active and standby computers by use of the
software commands on both the active and standby computers
respectively.
shutdown –hy 0
4. Press and hold the power buttons on both active and standby
computers for 3~6 seconds to shut down them respectively
after the system indicator on the minicomputer is off.
5. Turn off the two power switches on the front panel of the disk
array.
6. Turn off the switches of the two power modules on the back of
the disk array.

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Chapter 14

Hardware Maintenance

Table of Contents
Replacing a Fan Subrack................................................... 181
Replacing Fans in a Fan Subrack ........................................ 182
Cleaning a Dustproof Subrack ........................................... 184
Cleaning a Dust Gauze ..................................................... 185

Replacing a Fan Subrack


Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� The spare parts are ready for replacing the fan subrack.
Context If a fan subrack works abnormally, the maintenance personnel can
replace it according to actual situations.
This topic describes the procedure to replace a fan subrack.

Caution:
Maintain fan subracks separately, that is, maintain the fan subrack
one by one. In addition, control the maintenance period of each
layer of fan subrack within 25 minutes to ensure ventilation and
heat dissipation of the devices in a cabinet.

Steps 1. Confirm the installation position of the fan subrack that is to


be replaced.
2. Disconnect the power cables and monitoring cables on the
backplane of the fan subrack.
3. Remove the captive screws of the fan subrack on the cabinet.
4. Pull out the fan subrack from the cabinet, as shown in Figure
130.

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FIGURE 130 FAN SUBRACK INSTALLATION DIAGRAM

5. Insert the spare fan subrack into the cabinet flatly.


6. Fasten the screws at both sides of the fan subrack with a cross
screwdriver.
7. Reconnect the power cable and monitoring cable on the back
of the fan subrack.
END OF STEPS

Result In normal cases, the fans in this fan subrack will start immediately.
The running indicator lights up, without an alarm indication.

Replacing Fans in a Fan


Subrack
Prerequisites � Tools and meters are ready.
� The spare parts are ready for replacing fans.
Context If it is only the fan in the fan subrack that is faulty, the fan subrack
does not need to be replaced.
There are three sets of unit modules in each fan subrack. Each
set of unit modules contain two fans. Blind match can be imple-
mented. And it is convenient to perform field maintenance and
live replacement.
Every fan set in a fan subrack has a button on the front panel. Pull
out a fan set by pressing down the corresponding button.
This topic describes the procedure to replace a fan subrack.
Steps 1. Confirm the installation position of the fan subrack whose fan
is to be replaced.
2. Press down the unlock button in the middle of the fan module
to be replaced, as shown in Figure 131.

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The running indicator (RUN) is off.

FIGURE 131 UNLOCK BUTTON OF FAN MODULE SET

3. Pull out the fan module set (hot pluggable) from the fan sub-
rack, as shown in Figure 132. The fan module set is shown in
Figure 133.

FIGURE 132 PULLING OUT A FAN MODULE SET

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FIGURE 133 FAN MODULE SET

4. Replace the faulty fan in the module set and troubleshoot its
circuit.
5. Install the normal fan module set in the fan subrack.
6. Push the fan module set to the bottom till it clicks, which indi-
cates it is locked.
END OF STEPS

Result In normal cases, the fans of this fan module will start immediately.
The running indicator lights up, without an alarm indication.

Cleaning a Dustproof
Subrack
Context The cabinet bottom is installed with a dust-gauze, which should
be cleaned periodically. Otherwise, the ventilation effect of the
cabinet will be affected.
Clean the dust gauze every three months or half a year depending
on the operating environment of the equipment room. For a sealed
equipment room with air-conditioning equipment, clean the dust
gauze every half a year.
This topic describes the procedure to clean the dustproof subrack.
Steps 1. Remove the captive screws of the dustproof subrack on the
cabinet.
2. Pull out the dustproof subrack from the cabinet evenly with two
hands.
Prevent the thick dust on the dustproof subrack from falling in
the cabinet, as shown in Figure 134.

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FIGURE 134 PULLING OUT A DUSTPROOF SUBRACK

1. Dustproof subrack 2. Screw

3. Disassemble the dustproof shelf, and take out the dust gauze.
4. Clean the dust gauze with warm water (lower than 40 °C), and
then dry it by airing or with a tumble dryer.

Caution:
Do not push back a wet dust gauze into the mount bracket.

5. Put the dust gauze in the dustproof subrack.


6. Plug the dustproof subrack into the cabinet, and fasten it with
screws.
END OF STEPS

Cleaning a Dust Gauze


Context The front/rear doors of the cabinet are installed with dust gauzes,
which should be cleaned periodically. Otherwise, the ventilation
effect of the cabinet will be affected.
Clean the dust gauze every three months or half a year depending
on the operating environment of the equipment room. For a sealed
equipment room with air-conditioning equipment, clean the dust
gauze every half a year.
This topic describes the procedure to clean the dust gauze.
Steps 1. Open the door lock, and open the door.
2. Press the adjustable wrenches on the plastic dust gauze in the
direction shown in Figure 135 till the bosses are off the bayo-
nets on the cabinet door. Pull out the plastic dust gauze.

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FIGURE 135 PULLING OUT A PLASTIC DUST GAUZE

1. Bayonet 3. Cabinet door


2. Adjustable wrench 4. Plastic dust gauze

3. Clean the dust gauze with warm water (lower than 40 °C), and
then dry it by airing or with a tumble dryer.
4. Place the plastic dust gauze at the corresponding position of
the cabinet door. Press the adjustable wrenches on the plastic
dust gauze in the direction shown in Figure 135 till the bosses
on the adjustable wrenches wedge into the bayonets on the
cabinet door.
5. Close the cabinet door.
END OF STEPS

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Figures

Figure 1 Anti-Static Bracelet ................................................ 3


Figure 2 Installation and Commissioning Flow......................... 6
Figure 3 Hardware Installation Flow Chart 1 ..........................11
Figure 4 Hardware Installation Flow Chart 2 ..........................12
Figure 5 Equipment Room Plane Layout Schematic Diagram ..18
Figure 6 Ground System Cabling..........................................27
Figure 7 Wooden Case Appearance ......................................35
Figure 8 Wooden Case Packaging .........................................35
Figure 9 Cabinet Unpacking Schematic Diagram ....................36
Figure 10 Carton Appearance ..............................................37
Figure 11 Carton Packaging ................................................38
Figure 12 Service Cabinet Appearance..................................42
Figure 13 Server Cabinet ....................................................43
Figure 14 Cabinet Internal Layout ........................................45
Figure 15 Power Distribution Subrack ...................................46
Figure 16 Fan Subrack........................................................47
Figure 17 Service Subrack ..................................................47
Figure 18 Air Deflector Subrack ...........................................48
Figure 19 Cabinet Installation Flow ......................................51
Figure 20 Leg Structure Diagram .........................................51
Figure 21 Anchor Plate And Insulating Washer Appearances ...52
Figure 22 Gasket Specifications ...........................................52
Figure 23 Adjustable Base Installation Flow...........................53
Figure 24 Adjustable Base Installation Diagram (Front View) ...54
Figure 25 Adjustable Base A................................................54
Figure 26 Adjustable Base B................................................55
Figure 27 Adjustable Base C ...............................................55
Figure 28 Adjustable Base Structure Exploded View 1.............56
Figure 29 Adjustable Base Structure Exploded View 2.............57
Figure 30 Schematic Diagram of Base Height Adjustment........58
Figure 31 Hole Pattern For Installing A Single Cabinet.............60
Figure 32 Hole Pattern For Installing Multi-Cabinets................61
Figure 33 Connection Between Base And Floor.......................63

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Figure 34 Space Between Cabinet Bottom And Antistatic


Floor................................................................64
Figure 35 Cabinet Fixation Schematic Diagram ......................65
Figure 36 Completed Single-Cabinet Installation ....................66
Figure 37 Direct-To-Ground Installation Flow .........................67
Figure 38 Marking Lines For Installing A Single Cabinet...........68
Figure 39 Marking Lines For Installing Multi-Cabinets..............69
Figure 40 Completing Installing Expansion Bolts of A Single
Cabinet ............................................................70
Figure 41 Space Between Cabinet Bottom and Ground............71
Figure 42 Cabinet Fixation Schematic Diagram
Direct-To-Ground Installation Mode ................... 72
Figure 43 Single Cabinet Being Fixed....................................73
Figure 44 Connecting B6080-20B Cabinets............................75
Figure 45 Removing Angles of Connecting Combined
Cabinets...........................................................76
Figure 46 Reinstalling Angles of Connecting Combined
Cabinets...........................................................77
Figure 47 Connecting Two Server Cabinets ............................77
Figure 48 Connecting Standard Cabinet with B6080-20B
Cabinet ............................................................79
Figure 49 Fixing Side Decorative Panels for Service Cabinet.....81
Figure 50 Fixing Front/Rear Decorative Panels .......................82
Figure 51 Cabinet Installed With Front/Rear Decorative
Panels ..............................................................83
Figure 52 Fixing Side Decorative Panels for Server Cabinet......83
Figure 53 Single Cabinet Installed With Decorative Panels .......83
Figure 54 Door Assembling Schematic Diagram .....................85
Figure 55 Top Panel Installation Schematic Diagram ...............86
Figure 56 Junction Plate .....................................................87
Figure 57 Top-Side Panel Installation Schematic Diagram ........88
Figure 58 Cabinets Installed With Top and Top-Side Panels ......89
Figure 59 Side Door Installation Schematic Diagram...............90
Figure 60 Label Position......................................................91
Figure 61 Bracket Appearance .............................................92
Figure 62 Bracket Installation Schematic Diagram..................92
Figure 63 Cabinet Rack Installed With Four-In-One
Rack-Mounted Kit ..............................................95
Figure 64 Cabinet Rack Installed With Servers and Disk
Arrays..............................................................95

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Figure 65 Cabinet Device Brackets .......................................96


Figure 66 Server Chassis With Side Ears ...............................97
Figure 67 Inserting Server Chassis Into Cabinet.....................97
Figure 68 Installed Server in Cabinet....................................98
Figure 69 Integral Cable Connection of Cabinet Power Supply
System .......................................................... 102
Figure 70 Ground Cable of Power Distribution Subrack.......... 104
Figure 71 Power Distribution Subrack Grounding.................. 104
Figure 72 Fan Subrack Power Cable Structure...................... 105
Figure 73 Fan Subrack Power Cable Installation ................... 105
Figure 74 H-PE-010 Cable Diagram .................................... 105
Figure 75 Fan Subrack Grounding ...................................... 106
Figure 76 Service Subrack Power Cable .............................. 106
Figure 77 Service Subrack Power Cable Installation
Schematic Diagram.......................................... 107
Figure 78 Service Subrack Ground Cable ............................ 107
Figure 79 Service Subrack Ground Cable ............................ 108
Figure 80 Door Ground Cable Structure Diagram.................. 108
Figure 81 Door Ground Cable Position Diagram .................... 109
Figure 82 Cable Connection Between DC Power Distribution
Cabinet and Dual-Power Supply Cabinet ............. 112
Figure 83 Cabling Diagram of AC Power Distribution Box ....... 115
Figure 84 Cabling Diagram of AC Server Cabinet ................. 116
Figure 85 Power Cable Connection Mode 1 .......................... 118
Figure 86 Power Cable Connection Mode 2 .......................... 119
Figure 87 Power Cable Label ............................................. 119
Figure 88 Pasting Position of Power Cable Label ................... 119
Figure 89 H-ETH-004 Cable Structure Diagram .................... 121
Figure 90 Fan Monitoring Cable Structure Diagram ............... 124
Figure 91 Front Board Cabling of Internal Fibers ................. 126
Figure 92 Rear Board Cabling ............................................ 127
Figure 93 Diagram of Horizontal English Label Special for
Panel/Connector .............................................. 128
Figure 94 Indications of Horizontal English Label Special for
Panel/Connector .............................................. 128
Figure 95 Diagram of Rolled Self-Covering Laser Printed
Label (Type II) ................................................ 129
Figure 96 Indications of Rolled Self-Covering Laser Printed
Label ( Type II) ............................................... 129
Figure 97 Diagram of Horizontal English Label (Type I ) ....... 130

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Figure 98 Indications of Horizontal English Label (Type I) ..... 130


Figure 99 Ratproofing Bag ................................................ 132
Figure 100 Bundling of Trunk Cables Bending Place .............. 133
Figure 101 Diagram and Indications of Trunk Cable
Engineering Label ............................................ 134
Figure 102 H-MON-025 Cable Diagram ............................... 138
Figure 103 Smoke Sensor Cable Diagram ........................... 139
Figure 104 Temperature/Humidity Sensor Cable Diagram ...... 140
Figure 105 Infrared Sensor Installation Position Diagram ...... 141
Figure 106 Infrared Sensor Cable Diagram .......................... 142
Figure 107 Entrance Control Sensor Cable Diagram .............. 143
Figure 108 Alarm System ................................................. 144
Figure 109 Mounting A Hook Plate ..................................... 146
Figure 110 Installing an Alarm Box 1.................................. 147
Figure 111 Installing an Alarm Box 2.................................. 147
Figure 112 Power Cable of an Alarm Box............................. 148
Figure 113 Local Networking Mode..................................... 151
Figure 114 Remote Networking Mode ................................. 152
Figure 115 Network Cable Structure................................... 152
Figure 116 Identifying the Cables ...................................... 154
Figure 117 Interchanging the Cables .................................. 155
Figure 118 Inserting RJ45 Connector Into Network Cable ...... 155
Figure 119 Crimped Network Cables .................................. 155
Figure 120 Network Cable Label Diagram (on Ethernet
Switch Side) ................................................... 156
Figure 121 Network Cable Label Diagram (on NIC Side) ........ 157
Figure 122 Board Structure Diagram .................................. 160
Figure 123 Plugging Board (STEP 1)................................... 161
Figure 124 Plugging Board (STEP 2)................................... 162
Figure 125 Plugging Board (STEP 3)................................... 163
Figure 126 Plugging Board (STEP 4)................................... 163
Figure 127 Unplugging Board (STEP 1) ............................... 164
Figure 128 Unplugging Board (STEP 2) ............................... 165
Figure 129 Unplugging Board (STEP 3) ............................... 166
Figure 130 Fan Subrack Installation Diagram....................... 182
Figure 131 Unlock Button of Fan Module Set........................ 183
Figure 132 Pulling Out A Fan Module Set............................. 183
Figure 133 Fan Module Set................................................ 184
Figure 134 Pulling Out A Dustproof Subrack ........................ 185
Figure 135 Pulling Out A Plastic Dust Gauze ........................ 186

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Figures

Figure 136 Cabinet Packing Schematic Diagram ................... 195

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Tables

Table 1 Safety Signs Descriptions ......................................... 3


Table 2 Anti-Static Requirements for Indoor Materials .............22
Table 3 Temperature And Humidity Requirements...................24
Table 4 Subrack Power Consumption ....................................26
Table 5 Tools and Meters List...............................................30
Table 6 Outline Dimension (mm)..........................................41
Table 7 Cabinet Indices ......................................................48
Table 8 Base Application Range ...........................................54
Table 9 Antistatic Floor Height(mm)- Adjustable Base Bracket
Hole Cross-Reference .........................................58
Table 10 Base Installation Lineation Dimensions(mm).............61
Table 11 Sizes of Marking Lines For Direct Cabinet Installation
(mm)...............................................................69
Table 12 Power Cable Wiring Table ..................................... 103
Table 13 Corresponding Connection of H-ETH-004 Cable ....... 122
Table 14 Corresponding Connection of H-ETH-009 Cable ....... 122
Table 15 PWRDB Board Interfaces...................................... 137
Table 16 Corresponding Relations Between H-MON-025 Cable
Connectors and Sensors ................................... 138
Table 17 H-MON-024 Cable End B Function ......................... 143
Table 18 Alarm Box Technical Parameters............................ 145
Table 19 Straight-Through Network Cable Connection
Scheme.......................................................... 153
Table 20 Crossover Network Cable Connection Scheme ......... 153

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Appendix A

Packing, Storage and


Transportation

Table of Contents
Packing .......................................................................... 195
Storage.......................................................................... 196
Transportation................................................................. 196

Packing
The equipment adopts the integral packing mode. Except the
heavy parts, the equipment is packed in wooden case integrally.
When packing the equipment, the cabinet is first covered with an
antistatic plastic bag before being packed in the wooden case. And
some foam plastics and damp proof bags are placed around it. The
cabinet can be packed vertically or laid down in the case with its
front door facing upwards, as shown in Figure 136.

FIGURE 136 CABINET PACKING SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

Some parts are packed separately in the cartons. When packing


them, they are first covered with an antistatic bag, and some foam

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plastics are placed around them before they are packed in the
carton. Then some damp proof bags are placed on them.
Usually the equipment is transported by truck or train.

Storage
The equipment storage should conform to the following require-
ments:
� The storage place requires damp-proof, dustproof, shockproof
and anticorrosion facilities, with air conditioner and illuminat-
ing facilities. Keep the goods away from direct sunlight or other
heat sources. Do not open the windows and curtains at ran-
dom. Record the indoor temperature and humidity on a daily
basis. Take antistatic measures for the static-sensitive prod-
ucts.
� Arrange the goods orderly. Keep the shelves clean and in order.
Organize the storage area into sections and set up plates to
mark the sections.
� Maintain a complete, clear and timely updated storage records
using a computer or a book. Assign location numbers or nec-
essary identifiers to all the stored goods.
� Check the condition of the stock regularly. If the goods are
damp or damaged, report it to the supervisor-in-charge. Check
the inventory monthly to ensure that the accounts, goods and
cards are in consistency.
� Install antistatic floor at the entrance of the warehouses.
� Distribute all the materials in all the warehouses based on the
“First-in-First-Out” principle.
� If the equipment is stored for half a year, it should be unpacked
for inspection and powered on for more than 2 hours. After
that resume packing and storing the equipment.

Transportation
Take the following precautions when transporting the equipment:
� Operate according to the transportation marks on the contain-
ers.
� When loaded, the heavier or bigger containers are arranged at
the bottom. Keep the bar center height less than 2 m. Pile the
containers orderly and securely. Do not overload the trunk.
� Follow the relevant height limits when loading. Load the con-
tainers into the truck such that they are balanced. Deflection
to the sides is not allowed.
� On road, the speed of the trunk must be 25 km/h to 45 km/h
based on the actual road conditions.

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� Never load flammables, explosives and corrosives on the same


trunk carrying the equipment.
� Rain-proof, dustproof, sun-proof and anti-impact measures are
necessary in transporting the equipment. For open truck trans-
portation, cover the goods with tarpaulin. For open truck trans-
portation, cover the goods with tarpaulin.
� In rail transport, use vans.
� The trailer or other vehicles loaded with the communication
equipment can be carried by open wagons by rail transport.
� If some equipment is damaged during transportation or han-
dling, notify the relevant department.
� Ensure personal safety in handling. The handling tools must
be operated by skilled workers. Work collaboratively and on
regulations during handling and placement. Take care to pre-
vent the goods from being crushed or scratched. Protect the
product identifiers and the relevant inspection and test labels
from being lost or erased.
� For the precise instruments, gauges, computers and other
equipment, operate according to the storage and transporta-
tion signs. Always keep the goods upright.

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List of Glossary

DDF - Digital Distribution Frame


ESD - Electro Static discharge
FTP - File Transfer Protocol
HVAC - Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning
ICM - INtergrated Clock Module
MO - Memory Object
OMP - Operation Main Processor
PCB - Printed Circuit Board
PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride
PWRD - POWER Distributor
RBID - Rearboard of ID ID
RCHB1 - Rear Board 1 of CHUB 1
RCHB2 - Rear Board 2 of CHUB 2
RMPB - Rear Board of MPB
RUIM - Rear Board of UIM
UPS - Uninterruptible Power Supply
USI - Universal Server Interface

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