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Alcatel 7302 ISAM

INTELLIGENT SERVICES ACCESS MANAGER Release 3.x

FLEXIBLE DENSITY EQUIPMENT HARDWARE INSTALLATION MANUAL


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Contents

1— Preface 1
1.1 Scope ...................................................................................................................2
1.2 Applicable Releases .............................................................................................2
1.3 Document Structure ..............................................................................................2
1.4 Related Documents ..............................................................................................2
1.5 Audience ...............................................................................................................2
1.6 Assumed Knowledge ............................................................................................3
1.7 Special Information ...............................................................................................3

2— General 5
2.1 Requirements .......................................................................................................6
2.2 Initial Site Survey ..................................................................................................7
2.3 Installation Tools ...................................................................................................8

3— Unpacking and Inspection 9


3.1 Shipped Equipment ............................................................................................10
3.2 Parts List .............................................................................................................10
3.3 Recommended Tools .........................................................................................10
3.4 Procedures .........................................................................................................11

4— Floor Preparation 13
4.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................14
4.2 General ...............................................................................................................14
4.3 Parts List .............................................................................................................15
4.4 Recommended Tools .........................................................................................15
4.5 Procedures .........................................................................................................15

5— Installing Racks 21
5.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................22
5.2 Parts List .............................................................................................................22
5.3 Recommended Tools .........................................................................................22
5.4 Procedures .........................................................................................................22

6— Installing Rack Equipment 27


6.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................28
6.2 Equipment Overview ..........................................................................................28
6.3 Rack Configurations ...........................................................................................29
6.4 Installing an 7302 FD Subrack ...........................................................................32
6.5 Installing an Additional 7302 FD Subrack ...........................................................34
6.6 Installing an XD-SP Subrack ..............................................................................36
6.7 Installing an XD-PSP Subrack ............................................................................38
6.8 Installing the Fan Unit .........................................................................................40

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6.9 Labelling .............................................................................................................42

7— Rack Cabling 45
7.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................46
7.2 Safety Precautions ..............................................................................................46
7.3 Power Cabling for 7302 FD Subrack ..................................................................47
7.4 Subrack Grounding Connection ..........................................................................54
7.5 Rack Grounding Connection ...............................................................................56
7.6 Power Cabling for XD-SP Subrack .....................................................................57
7.7 Alarm Cabling .....................................................................................................61
7.8 Optical Fiber Management .................................................................................70

8— Installing Boards 79
8.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................80
8.2 Subrack Areas and Slot Positions ......................................................................80
8.3 Recommended Tools ..........................................................................................83
8.4 Installation Procedures .......................................................................................83

9— MDF Cabling 97
9.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................98
9.2 General Information and Cable Routing Guidelines ...........................................99
9.3 Procedures .......................................................................................................103
9.4 Interconnection Cabling in Rack with 7302 FD-Combo Subrack ......................104
9.5 POTS and LINE Cabling (2x24-pair) for 7302 FD-Combo Subrack .................109
9.6 POTS and LINE Cabling (96-pair) for 7302 FD-Combo Subrack .....................116
9.7 Intra-rack Cabling Between XD-SP Subrack and 7302 FD-LT Subrack ...........124
9.8 LINE and POTS Cabling in Rack with XD-SP Subrack ....................................130
9.9 Intra-rack Cabling in Rack with XD-PSP Subrack and 7302 FD-LT Subrack ...143
9.10 LINE and POTS Cabling in Rack with XD-PSP Subrack ..................................150

10 — Installing Side Plates and Door 161


10.1 Introduction .......................................................................................................162
10.2 Installing Side Plates ........................................................................................162
10.3 Installing Doors .................................................................................................163

11 — Installing the 7330 FD Subrack 167


11.1 Overview ...........................................................................................................168
11.2 Environmental and Mounting Constraints .........................................................168
11.3 Mounting the 7330 FD Subrack in a 19” Rack ..................................................169
11.4 Mounting the 7330 FD Subrack in an ETSI Rack .............................................171
11.5 Installing the Fan Unit .......................................................................................174

12 — Rack Cabling for 7330 FD Subrack 177


12.1 Introduction .......................................................................................................178
12.2 Safety Precautions ............................................................................................178
12.3 Power Cabling ..................................................................................................179
12.4 Subrack Grounding Connection ........................................................................182
12.5 Alarm Cabling ...................................................................................................183

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12.6 Optical Fiber Management ...............................................................................185

13 — Installing Boards in an 7330 FD Subrack 187


13.1 Introduction .......................................................................................................188
13.2 Subrack Areas and Slot Positions ....................................................................188
13.3 Recommended Tools .......................................................................................190
13.4 Installation Procedures .....................................................................................191

14 — MDF Cabling for 7330 FD Subrack 201


14.1 Introduction .......................................................................................................202
14.2 General Information and Cable Routing Guidelines .........................................203
14.3 Procedures .......................................................................................................205
14.4 Interconnection Cabling in Rack with 7330 FD-Combo Subrack ......................206
14.5 POTS and LINE Cabling (2x24-pair) for 7330 FD-Combo Subrack .................210
14.6 POTS and LINE Cabling (96-pair) for 7330 FD-Combo Subrack .....................215
14.7 MDF Cabling between 7330 FD Subrack and MDF Splitter .............................221

App A. Wiring Lists for CHAMP Connectors 223


App A.1 Introduction .......................................................................................................224
App A.2 Legend ..............................................................................................................224
App A.3 Wiring List for CHAMP50 MDF Cable ..............................................................225
App A.4 Wiring List for CHAMP100 MDF Cable ............................................................226
App A.5 Wiring List for 48-line Intra-rack Cables ...........................................................227
App A.6 Wiring List for 24-line Intra-rack Cables ...........................................................229

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1 — Preface

1.1 Scope 1-2

1.2 Applicable Releases 1-2

1.3 Document Structure 1-2

1.4 Related Documents 1-2

1.5 Audience 1-2

1.6 Assumed Knowledge 1-3

1.7 Special Information 1-3

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1 — Preface

1.1 Scope

This manual describes the installation of the following equipment in the ETSI 7302
Intelligent Services Access Manager (ISAM):
• 7302 Flexible Density (FD) subrack (NFXS-A)
• eXtreme Density (XD) splitter subrack with Metallic Test Access (MTA) (XD-SP)
(ASPS-A)
• XD splitter subrack without MTA (XD-PSP) (ASPS-C)
• 7330 FD subrack (NFXS-B)

1.2 Applicable Releases

This document applies from R3.1 on.

1.3 Document Structure

Table 1-1 lists the chapters that are applicable for a certain type of equipment.

Table 1-1 Document Structure

7302 FD Subrack 7330 FD Subrack


Installing Racks Y

Installing Rack Equipment Y

Rack Cabling Y
Installing Boards Y

MDF Cabling Y

Installing Side Plates and Door Y


Installing the 7330 FD Subrack Y

Rack Cabling for 7330 FD Subrack Y

Installing Boards in an 7330 FD Subrack Y

MDF Cabling for 7330 FD Subrack Y

1.4 Related Documents

For more information about 7302 ISAM, refer to the:


• System Description
• Product Information
• Safety Manual
• Unit Data Sheets (UDS).

1.5 Audience

This manual is intended for installers equipped with site drawings that show power
sources and floor plans that show rack locations.

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1.6 Assumed Knowledge

The reader must be a skilled installer of hardware equipment and have knowledge of
general telecommunications principles.

1.7 Special Information

The following are examples of how special information is presented in this document.

Danger — Danger indicates that the described activity or situation may


result in serious personal injury or death; for example, high voltage or
electric shock hazards.

Warning — Warning indicates that the described activity or situation


may, or will, cause equipment damage or serious performance problems.

Caution — Caution indicates that the described activity or situation


may, or will, cause service interruption.

Note — A note provides information that is, or may be, of special


interest.

Procedures with options or substeps


When there are options in a procedure, they are identified by letters. When there are
required substeps in a procedure, they are identified by Roman numerals.

Procedure 1-1 Example of options in a procedure

At step 1, you can choose option a or b. At step 2, you must do what the step indicates.

1 This step offers two options. You must choose one of the following:

a This is one option.

b This is another option.

2 You must perform this step.

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Procedure 1-2 Example of required substeps in a procedure

At step 1, you must perform a series of substeps within a step. At step 2, you must do

what the step indicates.

1 This step has a series of substeps that you must perform to complete the step. You must
perform the following substeps:

i This is the first substep.

ii This is the second substep.

iii This is the third substep.

2 You must perform this step.

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2 — General

2.1 Requirements 2-6

2.2 Initial Site Survey 2-7

2.3 Installation Tools 2-8

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2 — General

2.1 Requirements

Warning — Safety requirements.

Follow the safety guidelines described in the Safety Manual.

Note 1 — Possibility of damage to xDSL equipment.

xDSL equipment must be connected to Plain Old Telephone Service


(POTS) line circuits that meet the AC power surge requirements of GR-
1089-CORE. Non-compliant POTS line cards might not have the
required secondary surge protection or current limiting function during
specific, valid operating states. Connecting xDSL equipment to non-
compliant POTS line cards could damage xDSL equipment.
Note 2 — EMC/ESD requirements.

Most ISAM plug-in units and powered equipment contain devices


susceptible to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), which can damage circuitry
in unconnected conditions.
Follow the antistatic procedures when handling units.
Ensure that the EMC/ESD conditions meet GR 1089 CORE.
Note 3 — Environmental requirements.

Ensure that the environmental conditions meet GR 63 CORE and:


• ETS 300 019-1-1 for storage
• ETS 300 019-1-2 for transport
• ETS 300 019-1-3 for stationary use.

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2.2 Initial Site Survey

Alcatel recommends that a site survey be conducted prior to ordering installation


materials and to ensure a properly planned installation.
During the site survey, the following items have to be determined:
• The equipment rack locations (floor plan)
• The type of floor (normal or raised floor)
• Rack mounting requirements (anchoring from ceiling or floor)
• Required cable lengths for:
• Main Distribution Frame (MDF) cables (POTS, xDSL)
• Power cables from subrack to Battery Fused Distribution Panel (BFDP)
• Optical fiber cables (length of Network Termination (NT) cable runs)
• Miscellaneous cables
• Cable loading considerations
• The location of termination points and requirements for power and ground cables
between ISAM racks and BFDP (customer provided).
• Type of MDF termination blocks if not customer provided
• Auxiliary framing and overhead rack bracing.
This information must be communicated to Alcatel.
Warning — Risk of dangerous or harmful situation if no appropriate
materials are used.
This can cause death or serious physical harm to persons or damage to
equipment.
The Central Office (CO) power cables (-48 Vdc or -60 Vdc), BATtery
RETurn (BATRET) and Frame Ground (FG) must be constructed from
the appropriate materials and must meet or exceed the standard CO
specification.

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2.3 Installation Tools

The following tools are required to install the ISAM system equipment:
• Safety glasses and ear protection
• Static protection accessories
• Rotary impact drill and associated drill bits
• Anchor setting tool
• Screwdrivers, standard (flat blade)
• Screwdrivers, Phillips
• Insulated trouble lamp
• Extension cord, 15 m
• Wrenches, M 10, open and box-end combination
• Socket set, M 10 drive with ratchet handle and extensions
• Lifting eye bolts, X4
• Carpenter's claw hammer
• Diagonal cutters
• Cable cutters
• Cable stripper
• Multistripper
• Pinch bar
• Nail puller
• Metal shears
• Common shears
• Measuring tape: 15 m
• Level, minimum 90 cm
• Chalk line and chalk
• Felt marking pens
• Small shop vacuum cleaner.

Special tools, required for a specific task, are listed in the corresponding installation
procedure.

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3 — Unpacking and Inspection

3.1 Shipped Equipment 3-10

3.2 Parts List 3-10

3.3 Recommended Tools 3-10

3.4 Procedures 3-11

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3.1 Shipped Equipment

In general, the FD rack is shipped in horizontal position. It includes the subracks, the fan
units, the dust filter and the power and alarm cabling. Side plates and doors are mounted
on shipped racks.
Plug-in cards and MDF cables are shipped separately from the rack.

Subracks
The subrack can be shipped either mounted in the rack for predefined configurations
(refer to the 7302 ISAM Product Information for possible configurations), or as an
individual item for customer expansion beyond initial configuration.

Fan Units
The accompanying fan unit is shipped installed in the rack, but can also be shipped as a
separate unit for replacement.

Separate Kits and Parts


Cables, side plates, and optional doors are shipped as separate kits or units.

3.2 Parts List

Shipping crates(*) with FD equipment either, in a configuration or in separate kits, as


described in Shipped Equipment.
(*): Crate dimensions for 2200 x 600 x 300 mm racks are 2270 mm x 700 mm x 400 mm.

3.3 Recommended Tools

The following tools are recommended:


• Safety glasses
• Carpenter's claw hammer
• Nail puller (or pinch bar or ripping chisel)
• Metal shears
• Common shears
• Adjustable wrench
• Pulleys and/or hoists.

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3.4 Procedures

Danger — Risk of personal injury or damage to equipment.

The following equipment must be used for safe material-handling: a


forklift truck, a lifting sling or block, tackle and dolly.
Use extreme care and follow the standard safety precautions when
operating the material-handling equipment.

Caution — Risk of damage to equipment caused by excessive shock or


vibration.
Be careful when moving the equipment.

Procedure 3-1 Unpacking


1 Inspect the crates and the packaging for damage.

2 If damaged, notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel immediately. Photograph all the
damaged crates. Keep all the inspection and packing documents for reference.

3 If there is no damage, place the crate on a level floor as near to the final installation
location as possible. This must be a dry, clean and dust-free area.

4 Cut the steel banding around the crate using metal shears. See the unpacking diagram
of Figure 3-1.

Danger — Risk of personal injury

Take care to prevent the steel banding from recoiling when cut.

5 Carefully open the top of the crate. Take care not to damage the equipment.

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Figure 3-1 Unpacking Diagram


PLYWOOD
CRATE MOISTURE
VAPOR BAG TOP

BACK

END

CARDBOARD
BOX
PACKING

END

STEEL
BANDS
BOTTOM
FRONT

6 Cut the open moisture vapor barrier bag, if present, with the shears and remove the
packing and bracing material.

7 Before removing the equipment from the crate, check around the crate for parts that may
have become loose during shipment.

8 Remove the equipment from the crate, and raise the rack to a vertical position.

9 Dispose of the packing material as per local practice.

Procedure 3-2 Inspection


1 Check the equipment items against the packing list.

2 Inspect the equipment itself for damage. The exterior and interior of equipment and
component parts must be free from grease, dirt and corrosion.

Note — Risk of damage to equipment.

Do not install damaged or dirty equipment, as this can adversely affect other
equipment.

3 If anything is missing or damaged, notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel


immediately. Photograph all the damaged equipment. Keep all the inspection and
packing documents for reference.

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4 — Floor Preparation

4.1 Introduction 4-14

4.2 General 4-14

4.3 Parts List 4-15

4.4 Recommended Tools 4-15

4.5 Procedures 4-15

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4 — Floor Preparation

4.1 Introduction

This chapter provides the procedures to prepare a concrete floor or a raised floor for the
installation of racks with footprint 600 x 300 mm.

4.2 General

Different rack cabinets available for HD, UD, XD and FD equipment, with different
footprints can be mixed.
Figure 4-1 gives an example of a multiple rack configuration with different footprints.

Figure 4-1 Example of Floor Plan for Mixed Rack Configuration


Rear side
Front side
(rear side units and cabling)

Rack
2x300 mm

DSL Rack DSL Rack DSL Rack


Rack (600x300)
DSL Rack DSL Rack
(600x600) Rack
DSL Rack DSL Rack DSL Rack
(600x300)

600 mm 600 mm

Front side
Front side
(front side units and cabling)

HD, UD, XD and/or FD racks XD racks Other rack types


(600x300) (600x600)

The following applies for multiple rack configurations:


• Racks can be grown from either left to right, or right to left. The order is not important.
• Racks with footprint of 600 mm x 300 mm can be mounted back-to-back or to wall,
as they are only accessed via the front.
• XD modular and FD racks are 300 mm deep. They can be placed against other
300 mm or even 600 mm deep racks used for other equipment in the same building.
HD, UD and HD&UD racks have the same footprint, XD-Combo racks have a
footprint of 600 mm x 600 mm.
• Cable areas on the left and the right of each rack allow to route rack cables up to rack
overhead guides or down under raised floor, if present.

In the case of raised-floor cabling, the positioning of the racks and the cutting of the tiles
needs special attention, as the rack anchors and the cable routing holes must not coincide
with the raised-floor supports.

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4.3 Parts List

Racks and accompanying hardware mounting parts.

4.4 Recommended Tools

The following tools are recommended:


• Safety glasses
• Carpenter’s claw hammer
• Accurate level
• Chalk line and chalk
• Felt marking pen
• Measuring tape, approximately 15 m
• Extension cord, 15 m
• Insulated trouble lamp
• Socket set, M 10 drive with ratchet handle and extensions
• Saw or knife
• Jig saw
• Small shop vacuum cleaner

4.5 Procedures

Procedure 4-1 Marking the Rack Positions


1 Verify that the layout of floors, ceiling and walls is as shown in the applicable drawings
and specifications are as provided by the site survey team.

2 Verify that the area dimensions and the location of reference points correspond to the
floor plan.

3 Use a level to verify that the floor is level.

Caution — Risk of equipment damage when floor is not level

Do not try to mount a rack on a floor that is not level.

4 Mark the references and the layout lines.


To avoid cumulative errors when laying out short dimensions in a straight line, first mark
the total length, then divide it into shorter lengths leaving the measuring tape in place.
Where the layout lines intersect, extend the lines at least 15 cm beyond the point of
intersection to check the equipment alignment.

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5 Mark the rack position on the floor, referring to the job floor plan. This position an optimal
space for cable routing (neither the anchor points nor the cable holes coincide with the
floor supports).

• On a concrete floor, use chalk to mark the front baseline and end of the rack.
• On a raised floor, line up the racks with a row of tiles. Use a felt marking pen to mark
the position of each rack on two half tiles as shown in Figure 4-2 and Figure 4-3.

Figure 4-2 Positioning SI Racks and Cutting Tiles for Cable Routing Left and Right of Rack

see detail below


Front side

SI rack
600 mm

SI rack SI rack

Front side

600 mm

Detail rack positioning and tile cut-out for raised floor cabling

Tile cut-out for routing cables of Tile cut-out for routing cables
rack and possible preceeding rack of two successive racks
Cable channels
300 mm

SI rack

Rack front

600 mm

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Figure 4-3 Positioning SI Racks and Cutting Tiles for Cable Routing via Central Holes in
Rack Bottom

see detail below


Front side

SI
600 mm

SI SI

Front side

600 mm

Detail rack positioning and tile cut-out for raised floor cabling

Rack holes / tile cut-out


300 mm

SI rack

Rack front

600 mm

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Procedure 4-2 Cutting Tiles for Raised Floor Cabling


1 Mark the routing areas on the tiles with a felt marking pen. Use the rack base as a
template and refer to:

• Figure 4-2 for an SI rack with cable routing at both sides


• Figure 4-3 for an SI rack with cable routing via central bottom holes

Caution — Risk of floor damage by large tile cutouts or when floor material
not solid enough.

Make sure the tile material is strong enough to carry fully equipped racks
(consult raised floor installer or vendor).

Avoid cutting out too much tile material or too close to the rack anchor points.
2 Remove the routing areas marked on the tiles with a jig saw and remove all sharp edges.

3 If the racks are not immediately installed, cover the cable routing holes in the raised floor
with solid covers.

Procedure 4-3 Floor Drilling for Rack Anchoring


1 For each rack, mark the anchor points with a felt marking pen using the rack base as a
template. Refer to the floor drilling patterns of Figure 4-4 and Figure 4-5.

Note — Spacing between racks is critical, because rack ends are not
adjustable.

Pay attention to the precise positioning of the rack anchors. Install the floor
anchors for each rack only after the previous rack is mounted and attached.

2 Drill the holes using a drill bit for 10 mm diameter screws and, in the case of concrete
floor, for plugs 100 mm deep.

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Figure 4-4 Floor Drilling Pattern for Row of Racks Back to Back

A: 600 mm (*)
B: 300 mm
H D: 428 mm
E: 57.5 mm
E F: 86 mm
F H: 487 mm
K: 602 mm
D
A
A
D
A
B
D
K
(*) Indicative, depends on rack spacing.

Figure 4-5 Floor Drilling Pattern for Single Wall Mounted SI Rack

A:600 mm
B: 300 mm
C: 348 mm
D: 428 mm
E: 125.75 mm
F: 86 mm
G: 29.5 mm
B L: 265 mm
G

E
F C

D
A L

3 Completely remove the cuttings from the holes with a small shop vacuum cleaner;
inspect the holes for any chips.

4 In the case of concrete floor, properly insert the plugs in the drilled holes, which must be
completely clear.

5 If the rack will not be installed immediately, cover the anchor holes (plugs) in the
concrete floor with tape and cover the cable routing holes in the raised floor with solid
covers.

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5 — Installing Racks

5.1 Introduction 5-22

5.2 Parts List 5-22

5.3 Recommended Tools 5-22

5.4 Procedures 5-22

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5 — Installing Racks

5.1 Introduction

This chapter provides the procedures for installing SI racks.

5.2 Parts List

Mounting kit for FD rack and requested by the site survey team and associated mounting
equipment.

5.3 Recommended Tools

The following tools are recommended:


• Level, minimum 90 cm
• Measuring tape, 15 m
• Extension cord, 15 m
• Insulated trouble lamp
• Socket set, M 10 drive with ratchet handle and extensions
• Wrenches, M 10 open and box-end combination
• V-bolts, corner and wall brackets, channels, and other hardware
• Pinch bar
• Shims (0.15 mm, 0.2 mm and 0.3 mm)
• Torque wrench
• Hex driver set with square bits.

This list is not exhaustive, specific tools, if any, are mentioned at the procedures.

5.4 Procedures

Procedure 5-1 Floor Mounting


1 Verify that the rack is unpacked as described in “Unpacking and Inspection” and make
sure that the floor is properly prepared as described in “Floor Preparation”.

2 Cover the surrounding floor area with a protective covering as required by local practice.

3 Move the rack to its permanent floor location.


Use a positioning dolly to move the rack to its position in a room or vault. If a dolly is not
available, use a piece of canvas placed under the rack footing to prevent marring the
floor.

Caution — Possible risk of equipment damage

Brace the top of the rack during movement to prevent tipping and avoid
strains that might twist or otherwise damage the backplane.

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4 Raise the rack to a vertical position.

5 Carefully position the rack over the anchor holes drilled in a concrete or a raised floor.

Caution — Possible risk of equipment damage

Do not use any installed subrack as a handhold when lifting the rack.

Figure 5-1 Inside View of Rack showing Rack Anchors

6 To secure the rack to the floor, use the hardware in the rack mechanical kit.

7 Install the screws and hand tighten. Refer to Figure 5-2 for a concrete floor or Figure 5-
3 for a raised floor.

8 Line up and plumb the rack.

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Figure 5-2 Concrete Floor Rack Fixing

Adjusting device
Hexagon socket
Head screw
Washer
Washer

Expansion
Bolt M6

Figure 5-3 Raised Floor Rack Fixing

Adjusting Device
Hexagon Socket, Head Screw
Washer
Washer

Washer
MG Part of Spring Washer
Epansion Bolt Hexagon nut

9 Use a level to check the rack leveling and alignment at the base, the top and both sides
of the rack. When necessary, insert shims under the rack base for correct leveling.

10 Torque the floor anchoring screws to 100 Nm.

11 If applicable, mount the rack to the wall as described in the next procedure “Wall
Mounting”.

12 Recheck the floor anchor bolts.

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Procedure 5-2 Wall Mounting


1 Make sure that the rack is properly mounted on the floor as described in the procedure
“Floor Mounting”.

2 Preposition the wall mounting kit on top of the rack against the wall.

3 Mark the anchor points on the wall with a felt marking pen, refer to Figure 5-4 for the rack
wall mounting pattern.

Note — Spacing between racks is critical, the rack ends are not adjustable.

Pay attention to the precise positioning of the rack anchors.

Figure 5-4 Wall Drilling Pattern for Rack

A: 600 mm
P: 97 mm
Q : 406 mm

4 Remove the wall mounting kit from the rack.

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5 Cover the top of the rack to protect it (use static-free material), and drill the marked holes
using the appropriate drill bit.

6 Carefully remove the rack protection, and insert wall plugs in the drilled holes.

7 Reinstall the wall mounting kit, insert the screws in plugs, and tighten.

8 Recheck the floor anchor bolts.

Rack cabinets can also be installed back to back.

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6.1 Introduction 6-28

6.2 Equipment Overview 6-28

6.3 Rack Configurations 6-29

6.4 Installing an 7302 FD Subrack 6-32

6.5 Installing an Additional 7302 FD Subrack 6-34

6.6 Installing an XD-SP Subrack 6-36

6.7 Installing an XD-PSP Subrack 6-38

6.8 Installing the Fan Unit 6-40

6.9 Labelling 6-42

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6.1 Introduction

This chapter provides the procedures to install the following equipment in an 7302 FD
rack:
• an 7302 FD subrack:
• an 7302 FD subrack with only LT boards is indicated as 7302 FD-LT
• an 7302 FD subrack with LT boards and splitter boards is indicated as 7302 FD-Combo
• an XD splitter subrack with MTA (XD-SP)
• an XD splitter subrack without MTA (XD-PSP)
• a fan unit and dust filter
At delivery, an FD rack cabinet is equipped with at least one subrack. Not all of the
following procedures are required for installation on site, but several can be useful when
upgrading or mounting additional equipment.

6.2 Equipment Overview

Table 6-1 gives an overview of the equipment installed at delivery or that can be mounted
on site.

Table 6-1 Overview of Rack Equipment per System

FD Rack Equipment Mnemonic ISAM System

7302 FD subrack NFXS-A 3FE 26685 AAAB

XD-SP subrack ASPS-A 3FE 21591 BAAA

XD-PSP subrack ASPS-C 3FE 24594 AAAA

Fan unit without dust filter AFAN-H 3EC 37533 NAAA

Fan unit with dust filter AFAN-H 3EC 37533 NBAA

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6.3 Rack Configurations

The tables below gives an overview of all the possible FD rack configurations for an
ISAM system. These configurations are shown in Figure 6-1 and Figure 6-2.

Table 6-2 FD Rack Configurations for ISAM

Mnemonic ALTR-1FDLT ALTR-2FDLT ALTR-1FDPSP (Blue)-1FDLT ALTR-1FDSP (Red)-1FDLT


FEMA-Code 3FE 27792 AAAA 3FE 27793 AAAA 3FE 27790 AAAA 3FE 27791 AAAA

Cabinet 3FE 20145 GAAA 3FE 20145 ACAA

SR 1 NFXS-A NFXS-A ASPS-C ASPS-A


3FE 26685 AAAB 3FE 26685 AAAB 3FE 24594 AAAA 3FE 21591 BAAA
Note: Mounting brackets 19” Note: Mounting brackets 19”
required required

Fan1 AFAN-H AFAN-H not applicable not applicable


with dust filter without dust filter
3EC 37533 NBAA 3EC 37533 NAAA

SR 2 - NFXS-A NFXS-A NFXS-A


3FE 26685 AAAB 3FE 26685 AAAB 3FE 26685 AAAB
Fan 2 - AFAN-H AFAN-H AFAN-H
with dust filter with dust filter with dust filter
3EC 37533 NBAA 3EC 37533 NBAA 3EC 37533 NBAA

Table 6-3 shows the mounting positions of the subracks in the rack.

Table 6-3 Subrack Mounting Positions

Subrack First upper Fixing position Required Dust filter


fixing position in the rack mounting below
in the subrack upright space subrack
upright

3FE 27790 AAAA ASPS-C 1 7 31 -


(non-MTA)

NFXS-A 1 41 30 Y

3FE 27791 AAAA ASPS-A 1 4 31.5 -


(MTA)

NFXS-A 1 41 30 Y

3FE 27792 AAAA NFXS-A 1 60 30 Y

3FE 27793 AAAA NFXS-A 1 33 30 Y

NFXS-A 1 60 30 Y

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Figure 6-1 FD Rack Configurations (part 1)

3FE 27790 AAAA 3FE 27791 AAAA

Standard
MTA splitter
splitter
subrack
subrack
(XD-PSP)
(XD-PSP)

FD LT subrack FD LT subrack

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Figure 6-2 FD Rack Configurations (part 2)

3FE 27792 AAAA 3FE 27793 AAAA

FD LT subrack

FD LT subrack FD LT subrack

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6.4 Installing an 7302 FD Subrack

This section describes the procedure for installing an 7302 FD subrack in a


600 x 300 mm rack.
The mnemonic for this subrack is NFXS-A.

Parts List
The following parts are required:
• One 7302 FD subrack, 3FE 26685 AAAB
• 8 self-tapping screws M6 x 10 mm
Note: the fixing material is not included with the 7302 FD subrack

Recommended Tools
The following tools are recommended:
• TORX M6 screwdriver
• Protective gloves.

Procedure 6-1 Mounting the First 7302 FD Subrack in a Rack

This procedure describes the installation of an 7302 FD subrack:

1 Unpack and visually inspect the subrack for physical damage.

2 If anything is missing or damaged, notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel


immediately. Photograph all the damaged equipment. Keep all the inspection and
packing documents as a reference.

Warning — Possibility of equipment damage.

Do not install damaged equipment, as it can adversely affect other


equipment.

3 If nothing is missing or damaged, mount the subrack in the upper position (for the correct
mounting position, refer to Table 6-3).
Fix the rack with TORX screws to the rack uprights.

Warning — Risk of physical harm or damage when lifting subrack.

The subrack has to be lifted by two persons. Pay attention to possible sharp
edges, when handling. It is advisable to wear protective gloves.

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Figure 6-3 Mounting an 7302 FD Subrack in a Rack

Rack
upright
fixing
position
(6/7/34/48/
56/62)

Shelf fixing
position 1

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6.5 Installing an Additional 7302 FD Subrack

This section describes the procedure for installing an additional 7302 FD subrack
(NFXS-A) in an ALTR-1FDLT rack in the field.

Parts List
The following parts are required:
• One 7302 FD subrack, 3FE 26685 AAAB
• 8 self-tapping screws M6 x 10 mm
Note: the fixing material is not included with the 7302 FD subrack

Recommended Tools
The following tools are recommended:
• TORX M6 screwdriver
• Protective gloves.

Procedure 6-2 Mounting a Second 7302 FD Subrack in a Rack


1 Unpack and visually inspect the subrack for physical damage.

2 If anything is missing or damaged, notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel


immediately. Photograph all the damaged equipment. Keep all the inspection and
packing documents as a reference.

Warning — Possibility of equipment damage.

Do not install damaged equipment, as it can adversely affect other


equipment.

3 If nothing is missing or damaged, mount the subrack in the correct position (refer to
Table 6-3).
Fix the rack with TORX screws to the rack uprights.

Warning — Risk of physical harm or damage when lifting subrack.

The subrack has to be lifted by two persons. Pay attention to possible sharp
edges, when handling. It is advisable to wear protective gloves.

4 Connect the power cables to the second subrack; refer to 7.3 for the procedure.

5 Move the fan unit with dust filter from the upper subrack to the lower (new) subrack and
install a (new) fan unit without dust filter in the upper subrack.

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6 Attach the level indication labels for the second 7302 FD subrack as shown in Figure 6-4.

Note — Labels 01 to 03 are already in place.

Figure 6-4 Attaching the Level Indication Labels

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6.6 Installing an XD-SP Subrack

This section describes the procedure for installing an XD-SP subrack in a 600 x 300 mm
rack cabinet.
The mnemonic for this subrack is ASPS-A.

Parts List
The following parts are required:
• One XD-SP subrack, 3FE 21591 BAAA
• Two mounting brackets to adapt 19” subrack to ETSI rack (600 mm).
• 28 self-tapping screws M6 x 10 mm
Note: the fixing material is not included with the subrack

Recommended Tools
The following tools are recommended:
• TORX M6 screwdriver
• Protective gloves.

Procedure

Procedure 6-3 Mounting an XD-SP Subrack in a Rack

This procedure describes the installation of an XD-SP subrack:

1 Unpack and visually inspect the subrack for physical damage.

2 If anything is missing or damaged, notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel


immediately. Photograph all the damaged equipment. Keep all inspection and packing
documents as a reference.

Warning — Possibility of equipment damage.

Do not install damaged equipment, as it can adversely affect other


equipment.

3 If nothing is missing or damaged, mount the two brackets on the rack uprights, one
bracket on each rack upright. Refer to Table 6-3 and Figure 6-5 to select the correct rack
upright fixing position, use 14 screws to fix the brackets.

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4 Mount the subrack in the upright position on the two mounted brackets. Refer to Table
6-3 and Figure 6-5 and use the other 14 screws to attach the subrack on the brackets.

Warning — Risk of physical harm or damage when lifting subrack.

The subrack has to be lifted by two persons. Pay attention to possible sharp
edges, when handling. It is advisable to wear protective gloves.

Figure 6-5 Mounting an XD-SP Subrack in a Rack

Rack
upright
fixing
position 4

Subrack
fixing
position 1

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6.7 Installing an XD-PSP Subrack

This section describes the procedure for installing an XD-PSP subrack in a


600 x 300 mm rack cabinet.
The mnemonic for this subrack is ASPS-C.

Parts List
The following parts are required:
• One XD-PSP subrack, 3FE 24594 AAAA
• 20 self-tapping screws M6 x 10 mm
Note: the fixing material is not included with the XD-PSP subrack.

Recommended Tools
The following tools are recommended:
• TORX M6 screwdriver
• Protective gloves.

Procedure

Procedure 6-4 Mounting an XD-PSP Subrack in a Rack

This procedure describes installing an XD-PSP subrack:

1 Unpack and visually inspect the subrack for physical damage.

2 If anything is missing or damaged, notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel


immediately. Photograph all the damaged equipment. Keep all the inspection and
packing documents as a reference.

Warning — Possibility of equipment damage.

Do not install damaged equipment, as it can adversely affect other


equipment.

3 If nothing is missing or damaged, mount the two brackets on the rack uprights, one
bracket on each rack upright. Refer to Table 6-3 and Figure 6-6 to select the correct rack
upright fixing position, use 10 screws to fix the brackets.

4 Mount the subrack in the upright position on the two mounted brackets. Refer to Table
6-3 and Figure 6-6 and use the other 10 screws to attach the subrack on the brackets.

Warning — Risk of physical harm or damage when lifting subrack.

The subrack has to be lifted by two persons. Pay attention to possible sharp
edges, when handling. It is advisable to wear protective gloves.

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Figure 6-6 Mounting an XD-PSP Subrack in a Rack

Rack
upright
fixing
position 7

Shelf fixing
position 1

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6.8 Installing the Fan Unit

The fan unit is a field replaceable unit with wide voltage range fans, an alarm interface
board and (optional) a dust filter. It is installed in the subrack fan area and plugs directly
into the backplane connectors providing connection.
The fan unit can be shipped factory installed in the rack, but can also be ordered as
separate unit for replacement on site.
It can be hot inserted in the subrack, it has no ON/OFF switch but removing it disconnects
power provided from the backplane.

Warning — Hot insertion of the fan unit can sometimes cause service
disruption.

The fan unit of each subrack must be equipped with a dust filter. Refer to Table 6-2.

Danger — Risk of fire and equipment damage or system failure when


cooling with the wrong fan unit, when the fans are off or when the dust
filter is dirty.
When a subrack in a powered system contains the wrong type of fan unit
(for example, a fan unit with four instead of eight fans) or when fans are
failing or out of operation, there is a risk of active plug-in units
overheating. Fan units with dirty dust filters might no longer assure
sufficient air cooling. Plug-in units might get seriously damaged, even
ignite, or cause a system failure.
Observe the following rules:
• Before switching on the rack power, make sure the correct type of fan
unit is installed and that the lower fan unit is equipped with a clean
dust filter.
• Keep all the fans in operation as long as the system is active.
• When replacing a fan unit of an active system (for example, during
maintenance, expansion or upgrade), never keep the fan area empty
for longer than five minutes.
• Make sure the dust filter is clean and replace it, depending on the
amount of dust in the CO, every three to six months.

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Procedure 6-5 Installing the Fan Unit

Proceed as follows to install the fan unit:

1 Verify if the fan unit type is correct for the rack configuration. Refer to Table 6-2.

2 Remove the fan unit from its shipping packaging and inspect it for damage. If damaged,
do not mount the fan unit but notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel immediately.

3 In case of replacement, remove the installed fan unit:

i Loosen the captive screws (see Figure 6-7)

ii Pull the unit out of the fan area by the handles (see Figure 6-8).

Figure 6-7 Captive Screws

Captive screws

Figure 6-8 Fan Unit Handles

4 If the system is active, keep in mind the maximum time (five minutes) fans are allowed
to be out of operation (see Danger warning).

5 Gently insert the fan unit into the fan area until the backplane connectors are fully mated.
Secure the unit by tightening the captive screws.

6 In the same way, install the fan units of other subrack(s), if any.

7 Mount a dust filter in the fan unit of each subrack or replace it, if required (each three to
six months, depending on the amount of dust in the CO).

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6.9 Labelling

The labels for level indication have to be placed as detailed in Table 6-4.

Table 6-4 Labels for Level Indication

Rack with FEMA code Subracks Figure

3FE 27790 AAAA • 1 XD-PSP subrack 6-9


• 1 7302 FD-LT subrack

3FE 27791 AAAA • 1 XD-SP subrack 6-10


• 1 7302 FD-LT subrack

3FE 27792 AAAA • 1 7302 FD-Combo subrack 6-11

3FE 27793 AAAA • 2 7302 FD-Combo subracks 6-12

Figure 6-9 Labels for Level Indication inside 3FE 27790 AAAA

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Figure 6-10 Labels for Level Indication inside 3FE 27791 AAAA

Figure 6-11 Labels for Level Indication inside 3FE 27792 AAAA

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Figure 6-12 Labels for Level Indication inside 3FE 27793 AAAA

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7.1 Introduction 7-46

7.2 Safety Precautions 7-46

7.3 Power Cabling for 7302 FD Subrack 7-47

7.4 Subrack Grounding Connection 7-54

7.5 Rack Grounding Connection 7-56

7.6 Power Cabling for XD-SP Subrack 7-57

7.7 Alarm Cabling 7-61

7.8 Optical Fiber Management 7-70

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7.1 Introduction

This chapter describes the following:


• Applicable safety precautions
• Rack power cables:
• Internal power cabling
• External power cabling
• Power filter
• Subrack grounding connections
• Rack grounding connections
• Alarm cables:
• Rack alarm cable
• Subrack alarm cable
• Rack alarm extension
• Fuse alarm
• Door alarm
• External alarm cable
• Optical fiber management

7.2 Safety Precautions

The following safety precautions apply:


Danger 1 — Before working on the power supply unit, verify if it is not
live.
If the power supply is live, which can deliver -48Vdc or -60Vdc, you
must use an insulated tool kit and consult the manual on working on live
components.
Danger 2 — Avoid risk of electric shock!

Always wear protective gloves and footwear for all handling tasks.
Carefully follow the instructions.

Warning 1 — Before connecting to the mains power, verify the


specifications of all equipped fan units to ensure the correct voltage will
be supplied (-48 Vdc or -60 Vdc) to these units.
Warning 2 — When no power is supplied, all fasteners requiring a
specific torque must be tightened moderately before final tightening with
a torque wrench or driver.
When power is supplied, tighten fasteners with insulated tools, according
to the specified torque.

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7.3 Power Cabling for 7302 FD Subrack

General

Power Distribution Frame


The rack equipment operates with -48 Vdc supplied by battery power sources in the CO.
This power is provided by the Power Distribution Frame (PDF) to the subracks.

External Ground
The FD rack provides one FG on top of the rack. The Safety Ground conductor must be
green-yellow insulated cable (EN60950 or IEC60950 compliant).

Cable Routing
Power cables are routed from the PDF to the rack via cable channels overhead or under
the raised floor. They are connected at the input terminal block inside the 7302 FD
subrack.
In order to minimize interference and optimize DSL performance, it is advisable, but not
a minimum requirement, to route power cables using separate channels for signal and
power cables.
Keeping a distance of 10 cm between signal and power cables is advisable where it
imposes no practical problems.
Crossing of signal cables with power cables and parallel routing over short distances are
acceptable.

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Power unit
The 7302 FD subrack is designed to be used as stand-alone equipment. It is equipped
with a power unit.
The power unit is located at the bottom left of the subrack. The power unit is covered with
a plastic safety cover.

Figure 7-1 7302 FD Subrack Power Unit

Power
unit

Safety
cover

Internal Power Cabling

Power Monitor Cable


In order to detect the status of the power inputs, the power monitor cable assembly
connects BAT A, BAT B and BATRET directly to the battery detection board.
The power monitor cable assembly (code 3FE 26291 AAAA) is shown in Figure 7-2.

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Figure 7-2 Cable 3FE 26291 AAAA


350
RET

460

1 2 3 4 5 6 BAT A

X1 8
BAT B
460

The routing and connection of the power monitor cable is shown in Figure 7-3.

Figure 7-3 Power Monitor Cable Routing and Connection


BATRET
power filter
input

BAT A
BAT A BAT B circuit
BAT B
circuit breaker
BATRET A
breaker
BATRET B

The right-most lugs are connected to the power terminal, so the battery detection board
can detect power input without circuit breaker on.
The left-most lugs are connected as follows:
• for BATRET, the left-most lug is connected to the power filter
• for BAT A and BAT B, the left-most lug is connected to the circuit breaker

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BAT A/BAT B Cable


This cable (code 3FE 27365 AAAA) is used for routing from the BAT A and BAT B
connectors on the power filter to the circuit breakers; see Figure 7-4.
Note: 2 cables are required.

Figure 7-4 Cable 3FE 27365 AAAA

800

The cable routing and connection is shown in Figure 7-5.

Figure 7-5 BAT A/BAT B Cable Routing and Connection


BAT B
BAT A power filter
power filter input
input

BAT A
BAT B circuit
circuit breaker
breaker

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External Power Cabling

Cable Type
Table 7-1 shows the different cables that can be used for external power cabling.

Table 7-1 External Power Connection Cables

Cable Description Code Connect Ω / km Voltage Maximum Maximum


to Drop Current Length

Power cable 25mm2 3FE 29404 AAAA BAT A 0.84 1.35 V 79 A 26.79 m
Black(1) BAT B

Power cable 25mm2 3FE 29405 AAAA BATRET A 0.84 1.35 V 79 A 26.79 m
Blue BATRET B

Power cable 35mm2 3FE 27674 AAAA BAT A 0.554 1.35 V 96 A 40.61 m
Black BAT B

Power cable 35mm2 3FE 27675 AAAA BATRET A 0.554 1.35 V 96 A 40.61 m
Blue BATRET B
Power cable 16mm2 3FE 29337 AAAA BAT A 1.31 1.35 V 30 A 34.35 m
Black BAT B

1.31 1.35 V 60 A 17.18 m

Power cable 16mm2 3FE 29338 AAAA BATRET A 1.31 1.35 V 30 A 34.35 m
Blue BATRET B
1.31 1.35 V 60 A 17.18 m

Power cable 10mm2 3FE 29339 AAAA BAT A 2.1 1.35 V 30 A 21.43 m
Black(1) BAT B

Power cable 10mm2 3FE 29334AAAA BATRET A 2.1 1.35 V 30 A 21.43 m


Blue BATRET B

Notes
(1) These cables are the recommended cables.

All the power cables are equipped with an 8mm2 lug at one end.

Figure 7-6 External Power Cable


Label

30

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Power Cable Routing and Connection


The power cables are routed through the left side of the rack and can then be routed to
the power unit either through:
• an opening in the left-side panel of the subrack; see Figure 7-7
• the bottom of the subrack; see Figure 7-8
The cables must be connected as shown on the figures.

Figure 7-7 Power Cable Routing Through the Left

RET A
BAT A

RET B
BAT B

Figure 7-8 Power Cable Routing Through Bottom of the Subrack

RET B RET A BAT B BAT A

Note — The width of the holes in the bottom of the subrack is smaller
than 12 mm. This way, the power terminals cannot be touched with
fingers when the power cables are routed through the left side of the
rack.

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Power Filter
3 power filters are mounted on the backpanel: one for BATRET, one for BAT A and one
for BAT B.
These filters can be removed in the field if they are damaged. The filters are mounted on
the backpanel by nuts.
A shielding cover is foreseen. The cover can be removed in the field to adjust the screw
on the copper boards if necessary.

Figure 7-9 Mounting of the Power Filter

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7.4 Subrack Grounding Connection

Warning — Possible risk of personal injury or damage to equipment due


to inaccurate or faulty ground cabling.
Inaccurate grounding connection can cause electric shock or equipment
damage when the rack power is switched on.

External Grounding Connection

Cable Type
Table 7-2 shows the different cables that can be used for subrack grounding connection.

Table 7-2 External Power Connection Cables

Cable Description Code


2
Grounding cable 25mm Yellow/Green 3FE 29244 AAAA
2
Grounding cable 35mm Yellow/Green 3FE 27676 AAAA
Grounding cable 16mm2 Yellow/Green 3FE 29245 AAAA

Grounding cable 10mm2 Yellow/Green 3FE 29246 AAAA

All these cables are equipped with a double 8mm lug at one end.

Figure 7-10 External Grounding Cable


L

Cable Routing and Connection


The grounding cable must be routed via the right side of the rack and through an opening
in the right side of the subrack. The connection and routing of the grounding cable is
shown in Figure 7-11. The grounding cable is connected to the subrack frame with two
bolts and nuts.
Figure 7-11 Subrack Grounding

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Internal Grounding Connection


A ground cable is installed between the fixed panel and the rotating panel of the power
unit to guarantee the reliable connection of ESD connection point and ground

Cable Type
The subrack grounding cable is a 4 mm2 cable with a 4 mm lug and a fast-on connector
(cable code 3FE 27366 AAAA). The cable is shown in Figure 7-12.

Figure 7-12 Cable 3FE 27366 AAAA

30
100

Cable Routing and Connection


The internal grounding cable is routed and connected as shown in Figure 7-13.

Figure 7-13 Internal Grounding

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7.5 Rack Grounding Connection

The grounding cable of the CO is connected to the rack frame with two bolts and nuts on
top. The grounding cable has a two-hole lug, the rack frame has an M10 and M6 bolt and
nut.

Warning — Possible risk of personal injury or damage to equipment due


to inaccurate or faulty ground cabling.
Inaccurate grounding connection can cause electric shock or equipment
damage when the rack power is switched on.

Procedure 7-1 Connecting the Rack Ground


1 Prepare the grounding cable.

2 Per local practices, run it to the top of the rack.

3 Connect the grounding cable via the single hole lug to the rack frame with the nuts and
washers present at the PE threaded stud on top of the rack (refer to Figure 7-14). Secure
the nuts applying a torque of 7 Nm.

Figure 7-14 Rack Grounding Point


Rack grounding point

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7.6 Power Cabling for XD-SP Subrack

Overview
The power for the XD-SP subrack is supplied from the 7302 FD subrack.
The following cable connections must be made:
• BATRET power cable:
Cable from the BATRET terminal of the power filter in the 7302 FD subrack to the
RET terminal in the XD-SP subrack
• 4A cable:
Cables from the 60A CB (both A and B) to the 4A CB (both A and B) in the 7302 FD
subrack
• BAT power cable:
Cables from the 4A CB (both A and B) in the 7302 FD subrack to the BAT A (or BAT
B) terminals in the XD-SP subrack.

Procedure 7-2 Connecting the Power Cabling to the XD-SP subrack

Proceed as follows:

1 Power down the system.

2 Extract the fan unit from the 7302 FD subrack.

3 Open the rotating panel of the power unit

4 Connect the BATRET cable:


The BATRET power cable is a cable with an M4 lug and an M5 lug. The cable code is
3FE 29240 AAAA; see Figure 7-15.
For the connection of the cable, see Figure 7-16.
The M5 lug is connected to the BATRET terminal on the power filter of the 7302 FD
subrack. The M4 lug is connected to the RET terminal in the XD MTA splitter subrack.

Figure 7-15 BATRET Power Cable

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Figure 7-16 BATRET Power Cable Connection

Power terminals in
MTA splitter subrack

FD LT subrack
3FE 29240 AAAA

A
B
Filter A R
Filter B
BATRET
filter terminal

5 Connect the 4A cable:


The 4A cable is a cable with an M6 lug and a fast-on connector, see Figure 7-17. The
cable code is 3FE 29242 AAAA.
Two cables have to be connected (see Figure 7-18): one cable from CB A (60A) to CB
A (4A) and one cable from CB B (60 A) to CB B (4A).
For both cables, the fast-on connector is connected to the 4A CB and the lug is
connected to the 60A CB.

Figure 7-17 4A Cable

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Figure 7-18 4A Cables Connection

CB A(60A)

CB B(60A)

CB A(4A)

CB B(4A)

3FE 29242 AAA

6 The BAT power cable is a cable with an M4 lug and an fast-on connector. The cable code
is 3FE 29243 AAAA, see Figure 7-19.
Two cables have to be connected (see Figure 7-20): one cable from CB A (4A) to the
BAT A terminal in the XD MTA splitter subrack and one cable from CB B (4A) to the BAT
B terminal in the XD MTA splitter subrack.
For both cables, the fast-on connector is connected to the 4A CB and the lug is
connected to the power terminal in the XD MTA splitter subrack.

Figure 7-19 BAT Power Cable

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Figure 7-20 BAT Power Cable Connection

Power terminals in
MTA splitter subrack

3FE 29242 AAA

3FE 29243 AAAA

Cable to BAT A Cable to BAT B


on MTA splitter on MTA splitter
subrack 3FE 29240 AAAA
subrack

CB A(60A)
CB B(60A)
CB A(4A)
CB B(4A)

A
B
Filter A
R
Filter B
Filter R

FD LT subrack

7 Close the rotating panel of the power unit.

8 Place the fan unit back in the 7302 FD subrack.

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7.7 Alarm Cabling

Rack Alarm Cable


Figure 7-21 shows the rack alarm cable (3FE 28979 AAAA)

Figure 7-21 Rack Alarm Cable


0 V for green LED
RD

0 V for red LED


YE

WH 6
BK
RD
GN
YE
BL 1 BL

-48V for red & green LED

BL

ca. 60 mm 60 mm
3100 mm

The cable is connected to the upper RJ45 connector of the three RJ45 connectors located
on the backplane of the (uppermost) 7302 FD subrack; see Figure 7-22.

Figure 7-22 Rack Alarm Cable Connection

Rack lamps cable

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Figure 7-23 shows how the rack alarm cable is routed in the rack.

Figure 7-23 Rack Alarm Cable Routing

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Subrack Alarm Cable


The subrack alarm cable is used for connecting the alarm between the Battery Detection
Board (BDB) and the ACU on the NT board.

Cable Type
The subrack alarm cable is a Cat5 signal cable (cable code 3FE 26690 AAAA). The cable
is shown below.

Figure 7-24 Cable 3FE 26690 AAAA

12345678 1000 87654321

Cable Routing and Connection


The routing and connection of the subrack alarm cable is shown in Figure 7-25.

Figure 7-25 Rack/Subrack Alarm Cable Routing and Connection

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Rack Alarm Extension


The subrack alarm cable (cable code 3FE 26690 AAAA) can be used for the alarm
extension between the top, middle and bottom subrack.
The cable must be connected to the RJ45 connectors on the subrack backplane as follows:
• The top RJ45 connector is used to:
• connect the rack lamps (for the uppermost subrack only)
• connect the alarm cable going to the subrack above (for the lower subrack(s))
• The middle RJ45 connector is used to connect the alarm cable coming from the lower
subrack
• The lower RJ45 connector is used to connect the alarm cable to the BDB board (for
each subrack)

The routing and the connection are shown in Figure 7-26.

Figure 7-26 Rack/Subrack Alarm Extension

3FE 28979 AAAA

Rack alarm cable


To BDB
Subrack alarm cable
3FE 26690 AAAA

To BDB
Subrack alarm cable
3FE 26690 AAAA

To BDB

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Fuse Alarm for 7302 FD Subrack

From Fast-on on Backpanel to Circuit Breaker


The fuse alarm cable is a 4 mm2 cable with 2 fast-ons (code 3FE 26724 AAAA).

Figure 7-27 Cable 3FE 26724 AAAA

1000

The routing of the fuse alarm cables is shown in Figure 7-28.

Figure 7-28 Fuse Alarm Cable from Backpanel to Circuit Breaker

The fuse alarm cables are connected to:


• the circuit breakers (see Figure 7-28)
• the fast-on connectors CB_ALARM_A and CB_B on the BPA (see Figure 7-28 and
Figure 7-29)

Figure 7-29 Fuse Alarm Connectors on BPA


EEPROM
RJ45

RJ45
BATRET FG

BATRET FG

RJ45
CB_ALARM_A CB_B

DOOR_ALARM_A DOOR_B

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Between Circuit Breakers


The fuse alarm cable is a 4 mm2 cable with 2 fast-ons (code 3FE 27752 AAAA).

Figure 7-30 Cable 3FE 27752 AAAA

50

Routing and connection is shown in Figure 7-31.

Figure 7-31 Fuse Alarm Cable between Circuit Breakers

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Fuse Alarm for XD-SP Subrack


The following cables are required for the connection of the alarms for the
XD-SP subrack:
• 2 x 100 mm cable with 2 fast-on connector (code 3FE 27752 ACAA); see Figure

Figure 7-32 Fuse Alarm Cable for XD-SP Subrack

3FE 27752 ACAA


100

The fuse alarm cables are connected to (see Figure 7-33):


• the middle connector of CB A (60A) and the left connector of CB A (4 A)
• the middle connector of CB B (60A) and the left connector of CB B (4 A)

Figure 7-33 Alarm Connection for XD-SP Subrack

3FE 27752 AAAA

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Door Alarm
An interface for door alarm is provided on the 7302 FD subrack.
Two cables 3FE 29452 AAAA must be used. One end of the cable is equipped with a
fast-on connector. The other end must be connected to the door contact.

Figure 7-34 Door Alarm Cable

3FE 29452 AAAA

30

The door alarm contact can be connected to the fast-on connectors DOOR_ALARM_A
and DOOR_B on the backplane (see Figure 7-35).

Figure 7-35 Door Alarm Connectors on the Backplane


EEPROM
RJ45

RJ45
BATRET FG

BATRET FG

RJ45
CB_ALARM_A CB_B

DOOR_ALARM_A DOOR_B

Figure 7-36 shows how the cables have to be routed in the 7302 FD subrack

Figure 7-36 Door Alarm Cable Routing

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External Alarm Cable

Cable Type
The external alarm cable is a signal cable with a DSUB-15 connector (cable code
3FE 27753 AAAA). The cable is in Figure 7-37.

Figure 7-37 Cable 3FE 27753 AAAA


L

Cable Routing Connection


The cable is routed via the right side of the rack and through the opening in the right side
of the subrack.
The cable is connected to the connectors on the backplane as shown in Figure 7-38.

Figure 7-38 External Alarm Cable Connection

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7.8 Optical Fiber Management

These procedures describe the routing and connection of fiber cables for optical units in
7302 FD subracks.

General
The optical fiber management for the 7302 FD subrack is based on the following
concepts:
1 Vertical fiber routing of the optical fibers out of the rack towards overhead fiber cable
trays is foreseen in the 2 vertical fiber cable channels located at the front left and front
right side of the rack (see Figure 7-39).
2 Fiber routing and management within the 7302 FD subracks towards the dedicated
fiber outlets of the subrack.
3 Optional fiber protection and bending protection items.

Note — It is advised to protect the SFP cages, which are not equipped
with SFP modules, with dust cover 1AD 00847 0003 in order to prevent
dust intrusion.

Optical Units
The optical units, which are supported in the 7302 FD type subrack are listed in Table 7-
3.

Table 7-3 Supported Optical Units in 7302 FD Subrack

Unit Alcatel Optical Interface Maximum


Code number
Port Nr. Type of fibers

NANT-A 3FE 26698 AXXX Port 1 1000BASE-X SFP 2x2


Port 2

NCNC-B 3FE 28209 AAAA Port 1 1000BASE-X SFP 6x2


Port 2
Port 3
Port 4
Port 5
Port 6

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Fiber Cable Routing

Routing Fiber Cables from NT and NTIO Boards


The fiber cables from the NT and NTIO boards are routed in the 7302 FD subrack as
follows:
• for the NT board: the fiber cables are routed down towards the horizontal cable
channel and immediately leave the subrack via a dedicated opening
• in the left-side plate of the subrack for fibers from NT A (see Figure 7-39).
• in the right-side plate of the subrack for fibers from NT B (see Figure 7-39).
• for the NTIO board: the fiber cables are routed down towards the horizontal cable
channel and immediately leave the subrack via a dedicated opening in the left-side
plate of the subrack (see Figure 7-39).

Figure 7-39 Fiber Routing for Optical Units in NT and NTIO Slots

NT/NTIO PBA fiber


cables routing

The openings in the side plates of the subrack, provided for the exit of the fibers of the
NT optical units, are capable of handling the required number of fibers for a redundant
NT configuration (maximum 8 fibers). Only in case of standard fiber type, the number of
fibers is limited to 23.
Fiber bending management in the cable channel is used to prevent fibers from bending in
a sharp angle.

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Figure 7-40 Bottom Fiber Management

Cable
exit
opening

Cable
Fiber bending management exit
opening

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Routing Fiber Cables from LT Boards


Fiber cables from Ethernet LT boards must be routed through the MDF cable area and
then up to the top of the rack.
Note 1 — The fiber cables must be routed in front of the MDF cables
in the MDF cable area. The MDF cables are routed in the rear of the
MDF cable area.
Note 2 — The optical fibers have to be protected by rubber tubing to
prevent them being damaged by the MDF cables.

Two elements are required to correctly route the fiber cables in the subrack:
• Fiber management element (3FE 24348 ABAA; see Figure 7-41):
these elements are mounted on the cable management area (see Figure 7-44)
• Fiber bend control element (3FE 24345 AAAA; see Figure 7-42):
these elements are mounted on the side plate of the subrack (see Figure 7-45)

Figure 7-41 Fiber Management Element

Figure 7-42 Fiber Bend Control Element

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The fiber cables are routed:


1 straight up from the LT board
2 through the fiber management element
3 to the left (for boards in position 01 to 08) or right (for boards in position 09 to 16
and positions NTIO/17 and NTB/18)
4 through the fiber bend control element
5 up to the top of the rack (see Figure 7-43).

Caution — For LT boards mounted in position 01 and position 16:

Fiber cables coming from boards mounted in these positions have to be


routed via the fiber management elements of respectively position 02
and position 15 (see Figure 7-43.
This is to prevent a sharp, uncontrolled bend in the fiber cable.

Figure 7-43 Fiber Routing

Front view

Top view

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Procedure 7-3 Mounting the Fiber Management Elements

Proceed as follows:

1 Mount the fiber management element:

i Press the fiber management element into the hole in the rear of the cable
management. Make sure the clamp is locked in the hole correctly; see Figure 7-44.

Figure 7-44 Fiber Management

Fiber management
(3FE 24348 ABAA)

Cable management
(3FE 26206 AAAA)

ii Press the fiber management element into the opening in the front of the cable
management. Make sure the two clamps are locked in the opening correctly; see
Figure 7-44.

2 Mount the fiber bend control element:

i Press the fiber bend control element into the four slots in the subrack side plate.
Make sure the extruded parts are locked correctly in the slot; see Figure 7-45.

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Figure 7-45 Fiber Bend Control

ii At the same time, make sure the clamp catches hold tightly of the subrack side
plate; see Figure 7-45

3 Figure 7-46 shows the subrack with all the fiber management elements mounted

Figure 7-46 Top Fiber Management

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Fiber Management Capacity

Fiber Cable Types


Two types of fiber cable can be used:
• 3mm
• 1.6 mm

Capacity
Table 7-4 shows the fiber management capacity per LT slot for the different optical fiber
types.

Table 7-4 Fiber Management Capacity per LT Slot

Fiber Cable Diameter Maximum Number of Cables per LT Slot

3 mm 16

1.6 mm 32

Table 7-5 shows the fiber management capacity per subrack for the different optical fiber
types.

Table 7-5 Fiber Management Capacity per Subrack

Fiber Cable Diameter Maximum Number of Cables per Subrack

3 mm 8 LT boards with 16 fibers per slot


1.6 mm 14 LT boards with 32 fibers per slot

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8.1 Introduction 8-80

8.2 Subrack Areas and Slot Positions 8-80

8.3 Recommended Tools 8-83

8.4 Installation Procedures 8-83

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8.1 Introduction

This chapter gives the procedures to install Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) in:
• an 7302 FD subrack
• an XD splitter subrack with MTA (XD-SP)
• an XD splitter subrack without MTA (XD-PSP)

Note — For an overview of the supported boards, refer to the


7302 ISAM Product Information.

8.2 Subrack Areas and Slot Positions

This section gives the layout of the different supported subracks, showing the areas and
the slot positions.

7302 FD Subrack
For an 7302 FD subrack, the slot positions can vary depending on the used configuration:
• an 7302 FD subrack equipped only with LT boards is indicated as 7302 FD-LT:
• for the slot positions of an 7302 FD-LT subrack and with NT redundancy; see Figure 8-1
• for the slot positions of an 7302 FD-LT subrack and without NT redundancy; see Figure
8-2
• an 7302 FD subrack equipped with both LT boards and splitter boards is indicated as
7302 FD-Combo:
• for the slot positions of an 7302 FD-Combo subrack and with NT redundancy; see Figure
8-3
• for the slot positions of an 7302 FD-Combo subrack and without NT redundancy; see
Figure 8-4

Figure 8-1 Slot Positions in 7302 FD-LT (with NT redundancy)


NTIO

NT B
LT02

LT03

LT04

LT05

LT06

LT07

LT08

LT09

LT10

LT11

LT12

LT13

LT14

LT15

LT16
NTA
LT01

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Figure 8-2 Slot Positions in 7302 FD-LT (no NT redundancy)

LT02

LT03

LT04

LT05

LT06

LT07

LT08

LT17

LT18

LT09

LT10

LT11

LT12

LT13

LT14

LT15

LT16
NTA
LT01

Figure 8-3 Slot Positions in 7302 FD-Combo (with NT redundancy)

NTIO
SP01

SP02

SP03

SP04

SP05

SP06

SP07

SP08
NTA

NTB
LT01

LT02

LT03

LT04

LT05

LT06

LT07

LT08
Figure 8-4 Slot Positions in 7302 FD-Combo (no NT redundancy)
SP01

SP02

SP03

SP04

SP05

SP06

SP07

SP08
NTA

SP09
LT01

LT02

LT03

LT04

LT09

LT05

LT06

LT07

LT08
Table 8-1 shows the maximum number of boards that can be installed in an 7302 FD
subrack for the different configurations.

Table 8-1 Number of Boards

Configuration with NT redundancy without NT redundancy

7302 FD-LT 16 LT boards 18 LT boards


7302 FD- 8 LT boards and 8 splitter boards 9 LT boards and 9 splitter boards
Combo

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XD Splitter Subrack with MTA


Figure 8-5 shows the areas and the slot positions of the XD splitter subrack with MTA
(XD-SP).

Figure 8-5 Areas and Slot Positions in XD-SP Subrack

ALM
Connector area

AP01

AP02

AP03

AP04

AP05

AP06

AP07

AP08

AP09

AP10

AP11

AP12

AP13

AP14

AP15

AP16
AP01

AP02

AP03

AP04

AP05

AP06

AP07

AP08

AP09

AP10

AP11

AP12

AP13

AP14

AP15

AP16
Splitter area
TAUS

AP01

AP02

AP03

AP04

AP05

AP06

AP07

AP08

AP09

AP10

AP11

AP12

AP13

AP14

AP15

AP16
AP01

AP02

AP03

AP04

AP05

AP06

AP07

AP08

AP09

AP10

AP11

AP12

AP13

AP14

AP15

AP16
PWR

Connector area

XD Splitter Subrack without MTA


Figure 8-6 gives a view of the slot positions of the XD splitter subrack without MTA
(XD-PSP).

Figure 8-6 Areas and Slot Positions in XD-PSP subrack


Slot 00
Slot 01
Slot 02
Slot 03
Slot 04
Slot 05
Slot 06
Slot 07
Slot 08
Slot 09
Slot 10
Slot 11
Slot 12
Slot 13
Slot 14
Slot 15

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8.3 Recommended Tools

The following tools are recommended:


• Screwdriver to secure boards
• Antistatic wrist strap for handling boards with ESD sensitive devices
• Ohmmeter to check connection of wrist strap to earth bounding point.
• Philips screwdriver M2.5.
Note: This screwdriver is only required when the front stiffener must be removed.

8.4 Installation Procedures

This section describes the installation procedures of the boards supported in your system.
Table 8-2 shows which procedure is applicable for your system.

Table 8-2 Applicable Procedures per System

Procedure Procedure

Installing ESD Sensitive Boards 8-1

Removing the Stiffener 8-2

Installing the NT Boards 8-3

Installing an NT I/O Board 8-4

Installing LT Boards in 7302 FD Subrack 8-5


Installing Splitter Boards in 7302 FD Subrack 8-6

Installing Splitter Boards in XD-SP Subrack 8-7

Installing Splitter Boards in XD-PSP subrack 8-8

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Procedure 8-1 Installing ESD Sensitive Boards

This general procedure describes the installation of plug-in boards containing devices that
susceptible to ESD. Other procedures describing installation of ESD sensitive boards refer to
this general procedure.

General

Boards or assemblies with ESD sensitive devices are labelled or tagged with the ESD
awareness symbol shown in Figure 8-7.

Figure 8-7 ESD Awareness Symbol

Caution — Risk of damage to equipment with ESD sensitive devices.

Most boards and powered equipment contain devices that are susceptible to
ESD. ESD could damage these or other devices in unconnected circuit
conditions.

Ensure that ESD conditions meet requirements of ETS 300 386 1 2.

Carefully follow these rules when handling ESD sensitive boards.

• Transport and store boards in ESD protective bags or boxes


• Make sure to wear a grounded wrist strap before handling
• DO NOT touch circuit traces or components on the board
• Handle boards at front and side edges only.
Procedure
1 Review requirements (ETS 300 386 1 2) for handling ESD boards.

2 Put on the antistatic wrist strap and connect it to the Earth Bonding Point at the bottom
of the 7302 FD subrack, it carries the label of Figure 8-8.

Figure 8-8 Label for Earth Bonding Point

EARTH
BONDING
POINT

3 Test the ESD wrist strap with the ohmmeter to ensure effectiveness, it must measure
1 MOhm +/- 20% to ground.

4 Remove the board from the ESD protective bag.

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5 Perform specific steps, if any, for boards to be installed (for example, switches, jumper
setting,...).

6 Slide the boards into the slot and use the ejector handles to engage the board in the
backplane (see Figure 8-9).

Figure 8-9 Ejector Handle

Withdrawal

Insertion

Guiding plate

7 Lock the board in place with the fixation screws located at the top and the bottom of the
faceplate of the board (see Figure 8-10).

Figure 8-10 Fixation Screws

Fixation screws

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

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5mm Stiffener
To adjust the difference between the width of the NT board (30mm) and the width of the
LT board (25mm), a 5mm stiffener (code 3FE 27034 AAAA; see Figure 8-11) is
mounted beside the slot for NTB in the 7302 FD subrack; see Figure 8-12.
The stiffener is a sheet-metal part made of 1mm stainless steel board. One M2.5 screw is
enclosed in the 5mm stiffener assembly to mount the part in the subrack. Also, gasket
foam is attached on the stiffener to ensure EMI shielding.

Figure 8-11 5mm Stiffener

Figure 8-12 Position of 5 mm Stiffener

If the 7302 FD subrack will be used in a 16LT configuration, this stiffener has to be
removed before the NT board can be installed in slot NTB/LT18.
Note — It is not recommended to perform the inverse operation, that
is, change the configuration of an 7302 FD subrack from 16LT to 18LT.

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Procedure 8-2 Removing the Stiffener

Proceed as follows

1 To mount the 5mm stiffener:

i Insert the bottom of the stiffener in the hole in the fiber channel

Figure 8-13 Insert Stiffener

5mm stiffener
(3FE 27034 AAAA)

Fiber channel
(3FE 27264 AAAA)

ii Tighten the fixation screw.

Figure 8-14 Tighten screw

M2.5x3 screw

5mm stiffener

2 To remove the stiffener:

i Remove the fixation screw

ii Remove the stiffener

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Procedure 8-3 Installing the NT Boards

General

An 7302 FD subrack has one or two redundant Network Termination (NT) boards.

The single (first) NT board is inserted in slot NT A, the redundant board, if any, in slot NT B
(see Figures 8-3).

Note — Before the NT board can be installed in slot NTB, the 5 mm front
stiffener has to be removed. See Procedure 8-2.

Figure 8-15 NT Slots in 7302 FD Subrack


NT A NT B

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

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Danger — Risk of eye damage or skin burns by LASER emission.

When installing optical boards or handling optical fibers, never look inside
connectors of boards or fibers when these are not connected.

Put end caps on open connectors to protect against unexpected emission.

Caution — Risk of damage by ESD when board is not connected.

This board contains devices that are susceptible to damage caused by ESD
in unconnected circuit conditions.

Carefully follow ESD safety precautions.


Procedure
1 Remove the NT board from its ESD protective bag. Make sure to wear the antistatic wrist
strap.

2 Slide the NT board in the NT A slot of the subrack and lock with insertion tabs. Refer to
Figure 8-15.
The board first displays a heartbeat signal, that is, the green “PWR” LED is flashing.
Then it displays an enabling operation signal, that is,

• the green “PWR” LED is steady on,


• the green “A/S” LED is steady on,
• the red “ALM” LED is off.

3 Install the second NT board in slot NT B in the same manner.

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Procedure 8-4 Installing an NT I/O Board

General

Each subrack containing one or two redundant NT boards can have an NT I/O applique.

The NT I/O applique is a single board installed which is installed in the NT I/O slot between
the two NT slots of the 7302 FD subrack, see Figure 8-16.

Figure 8-16 Installing NT I/O Board in 7302 FD Subrack


NTIO

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

Procedure
1 Locate the single NT I/O slot between the two NT slots.(Figure 8-16).

2 Remove the NT I/O applique from its protective bag.

3 Insert it in the NT I/O slot, lock the insertion tabs and secure the board with the front plate
screws (torque 0.6 Nm).

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Procedure 8-5 Installing LT Boards in 7302 FD Subrack

General

Depending on the configuration, the 7302 FD subrack can house up to 18 Line Termination
(LT) boards. Refer to Table 8-3.

Table 8-3 Number of Boards

Configuration with NT redundancy without NT redundancy

7302 FD Combo 8 LT boards 9 LT boards

7302 FD LT 16 LT boards 18 LT boards

Figure 8-17 shows the slots for the LTs when the 7302 FD subrack is used in Combo
configuration and with NT redundancy.

Figure 8-17 Installing LT Boards in 7302 FD Combo Subrack

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

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Procedure
1 Locate the free LT slots for mounting the LT boards. Refer to Figure 8-17.

2 Remove the LT board from its ESD protective bag. Make sure to wear the antistatic wrist
strap.

Caution — Risk of damage by ESD when board is not connected.

This board contains devices that are susceptible to damage caused by ESD
in unconnected circuit conditions.

Carefully follow ESD safety precautions.


3 Slide the LT in the appropriate LT slot. Lock with insertion tabs.
The board first displays a heartbeat signal, that is, the green “PWR” LED is flashing.
Then it displays an enabling operation signal, that is:

• the green “PWR” LED is steady on,


• the red “ALM” LED is off.

4 In the same way, install all the planned LTs of the subrack.

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Procedure 8-6 Installing Splitter Boards in 7302 FD Subrack

General

Depending on the configuration, the 7302 FD subrack can house up to 9 splitter boards. Refer
to Table 8-4.

Table 8-4 Number of Boards

Configuration with NT redundancy without NT redundancy

7302 FD Combo 8 SP boards 9 SP boards

Figure 8-18 shows the slots for the splitter boards when the 7302 FD subrack is used in
Combo configuration and with NT redundancy.

The splitter boards are placed to the right of the corresponding LT board.

Figure 8-18 Installing Splitter Boards in 7302 FD Combo Subrack

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

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Procedure
1 Locate the AP slot corresponding with the slot which is housing the LT in the 7302 FD
subrack.

2 Disconnect the MDF cables and remove the dummy plate, if present (see “MDF
Cabling”).

3 Remove the splitter from its protective bag.

4 Insert the board in the AP slot and lock with insertion tabs.

5 Connect the MDF cables, if any, to the four front plate connectors.

6 In the same way, install a splitter for each equipped LT board in the 7302 FD subrack.

Procedure 8-7 Installing Splitter Boards in XD-SP Subrack

General

The XD-SP subrack can have up to sixteen splitter boards, one per LT board installed in the
corresponding 7302 FD subrack.

Splitter boards are installed in the splitter area, each board is inserted in the AP slot that
corresponds with the LT slot housing the LT board.

Procedure
1 Locate the AP slot corresponding with the slot which is housing the LT in the 7302 FD
subrack. The AP slot number and the LT slot number must be identical.

2 Disconnect the four MDF cables and remove the dummy plate, if present (see “MDF
Cabling”).

3 Remove the splitter board from its protective bag.

4 Insert the board in the AP slot and lock with insertion tabs.

5 Connect MDF cables, if any, to the four front plate connectors.

6 In the same way, install a splitter for each DSL LIM equipped in the 7302 FD subrack
(maximum sixteen).

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Procedure 8-8 Installing Splitter Boards in XD-PSP subrack

General

The XD-PSP subrack can have up to sixteen splitter boards, one per LT board installed in the
corresponding 7302 FD subrack.

Splitter boards are installed in the splitter area, each board is inserted in the AP slot that
corresponds with the LT slot housing the LT board.

Procedure
1 Locate the AP slot corresponding with the slot which is housing the LT in the 7302 FD
subrack. The AP slot number and the LT slot number must be identical.

2 Disconnect the six MDF cables and remove the dummy plate, if present (see “MDF
Cabling”).

3 Remove the splitter board from its protective bag.

4 Insert the board in the AP slot and secure with front plate screws.

5 Connect MDF cables, if any, to the six front plate connectors.

6 In the same way, install a splitter for each DSL LIM equipped in the 7302 FD subrack
(maximum sixteen).

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9.1 Introduction 9-98

9.2 General Information and Cable Routing Guidelines 9-99

9.3 Procedures 9-103

9.4 Interconnection Cabling in Rack with 7302 FD-Combo


Subrack 9-104

9.5 POTS and LINE Cabling (2x24-pair) for 7302 FD-Combo


Subrack 9-109

9.6 POTS and LINE Cabling (96-pair) for 7302 FD-Combo Subrack 9-
116

9.7 Intra-rack Cabling Between XD-SP Subrack and 7302 FD-LT


Subrack 9-124

9.8 LINE and POTS Cabling in Rack with XD-SP Subrack 9-130

9.9 Intra-rack Cabling in Rack with XD-PSP Subrack and 7302 FD-LT
Subrack 9-143

9.10 LINE and POTS Cabling in Rack with XD-PSP Subrack 9-150

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9.1 Introduction

Overview
This chapter describes the procedures to install MDF cables:
• between 7302 FD-Combo subrack and Main Distribution Frame (MDF) in the CO
• between installed subracks:
• 7302 FD-LT subrack and XD-SP subrack
• 7302 FD-LT subrack and XD-PSP subrack
• between splitter subracks and MDF.

Note — The following applies for an 7302 FD subrack:

• An 7302 FD-LT subrack is an 7302 FD subrack equipped only with


LT boards.
• An 7302 FD-Combo subrack is an 7302 FD subrack equipped with LT
boards and splitter boards.

Cables

• xDSL cables are used to connect an 7302 FD-LT subrack, either:


• with a splitter subrack (XD-SP or XD-PSP)
• directly to the MDF.
• LINE and POTS cables are used to connect splitter boards in the 7302 FD-Combo
subrack or in the splitter subrack (XD-SP or XD-PSP) to the MDF.

Warning — Possibility of damage to equipment.

Connecting xDSL equipment to non-compliant POTS line boards could


result in damage to xDSL equipment.
Non-compliant POTS line boards may not have the required secondary
surge protection or current limiting function during specific, valid
operation states.

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9.2 General Information and Cable Routing Guidelines

This section gives general information and cable routing guidelines for MDF cabling.

Dummy Plates
As long as not all splitters (or appliques) are equipped in a subrack, dummy plates must
be mounted in the empty slots to secure EMC-shielding and to fix loose LINE and POTS
cables, if present.
• Dummy plate for 7302 FD subrack: 3FE 27338 ABAA
• Dummy plate for XD-SP subrack: 3EC 37714 ABAA
• Dummy plate for XD-PSP subrack: 3FE 24800 AAAA

Figure 9-1 Dummy plate for 7302 FD subrack

Figure 9-2 Dummy for CPE Subrack with MTA

Figure 9-3 Dummy for CPE Subrack without MTA

At slot deployment, the dummy plate is replaced by the appropriate board and the cables
are connected to the board.

Labeling
The cable ends are labeled for identification and destination and can have other markings
depending on local practices.

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Routing Inside the Rack


Half of the MDF cables in a rack are routed to the left (left AP slots, left xDSL
connectors) and half of them are routed to the right (right AP slots, right xDSL
connectors).
For each splitter in an splitter subrack, the upper two cables (LINE, POTS) are first
routed up and the lower two cables are routed down, before they are routed into the left
and right rack cable areas.
In the left and right rack routing areas, the cables are bundled and tied together while
routing them up to top-end (for overhead cabling) or down to bottom-end (for raised floor
cabling).

Routing to the MDF


Cables bundles are, per local practices, routed to the MDF via overhead rack cable guides
or under the raised floor (raised floor office). The cables of the same subrack are kept
together by properly grouping and tying them.
Cable bundling facilitates the identification of cables/wires at the MDF side and makes
it possible to replace the entire MDF cable set of one subrack, if required.

MDF Cable Length


When a cable can have different lengths, then the cable code is mentioned as for “xx”
defines the cable length.
For example, 3FE 29405 HLAA is the code for a cable type 3FE 29405 with a length of
25 m.
Figure 9-4 gives an overview of the different possible combinations.

Figure 9-4 MDF Cable Length Denomination Combinations


First letter
Second letter A B C D E F G H J K L M N P R
A 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 6.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 50.00 80.00 120.00 220.00 420.00 620.00
B 0.05 1.05 2.05 3.05 4.10 6.20 10.50 20.50 31.00 51.50 82.00 125.00 230.00 430.00 640.00
C 0.10 1.10 2.10 3.10 4.20 6.40 11.00 21.00 32.00 53.00 84.00 130.00 240.00 440.00 660.00
D 0.15 1.15 2.15 3.15 4.30 6.60 11.50 21.50 33.00 54.50 86.00 135.00 250.00 450.00 680.00
E 0.20 1.20 2.20 3.20 4.40 6.80 12.00 22.00 34.00 56.00 88.00 140.00 260.00 460.00 700.00
F 0.25 1.25 2.25 3.25 4.50 7.00 12.50 22.50 35.00 57.50 90.00 145.00 270.00 470.00 720.00
G 0.30 1.30 2.30 3.30 4.60 7.20 13.00 23.00 36.00 59.00 92.00 150.00 280.00 480.00 740.00
H 0.35 1.35 2.35 3.35 4.70 7.40 13.50 23.50 37.00 60.50 94.00 155.00 290.00 490.00 760.00
I 0.40 1.40 2.40 3.40 4.80 7.60 14.00 24.00 38.00 62.00 96.00 160.00 300.00 500.00 780.00
K 0.45 1.45 2.45 3.45 4.90 7.80 14.50 24.50 39.00 63.50 98.00 165.00 310.00 510.00 800.00
L 0.50 1.50 2.50 3.50 5.00 8.00 15.00 25.00 40.00 65.00 100.00 170.00 320.00 520.00 820.00
M 0.55 1.55 2.55 3.55 5.10 8.20 15.50 25.50 41.00 66.50 102.00 175.00 330.00 530.00 840.00
N 0.60 1.60 2.60 3.60 5.20 8.40 16.00 26.00 42.00 68.00 104.00 180.00 340.00 540.00 860.00
P 0.65 1.65 2.65 3.65 5.30 8.60 16.50 26.50 43.00 69.50 106.00 185.00 350.00 550.00 880.00
R 0.70 1.70 2.70 3.70 5.40 8.80 17.00 27.00 44.00 71.00 108.00 190.00 360.00 560.00 900.00
S 0.75 1.75 2.75 3.75 5.50 9.00 17.50 27.50 45.00 72.50 110.00 195.00 370.00 570.00 920.00
T 0.80 1.80 2.80 3.80 5.60 9.20 18.00 28.00 46.00 74.00 112.00 200.00 380.00 580.00 940.00
V 0.85 1.85 2.85 3.85 5.70 9.40 18.50 28.50 47.00 75.50 114.00 205.00 390.00 590.00 960.00
W 0.90 1.90 2.90 3.90 5.80 9.60 19.00 29.00 48.00 77.00 116.00 210.00 400.00 600.00 980.00
Y 0.95 1.95 2.95 3.95 5.90 9.80 19.50 29.50 49.00 78.50 118.00 215.00 410.00 610.00 1000.00

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MDF Cabling Guidelines


The following guidelines must be observed when installing MDF cabling:

Note — The order of MDF cabling is not compulsory.

The order in which MDF cables are installed in following procedures can,
but must not be applied. However, it is recommended to:
• Run 96-pair cables by two or four. They connect to four or eight
successive splitters (the connectors of one 96-pair cable fit four
adjacent LINE or POTS connectors).
• When cabling the upper part of the splitter area, first fit LINE then fit
POTS connectors, when cabling the lower part, first fit POTS then fit
LINE connectors.

Note — Bundle and route cables in an orderly and efficient way.

Keep cables in the correct order when bundling and routing.


Tie up cables at regular distances with tie wraps and/or lacing cord, use
subrack bars, rack supports and overhead cable guides.
Put the cable (bundles) as tight as possible to each other. Efficiently use
all space available in the areas between racks, in guides overhead and
under raised floor.

Caution — Risk of performance degradation for VDSL when


non-VDSL-specific cables are used for LINE cabling.
It is recommended to upgrade the LINE SIDE cabling of the subrack,
when VDSL deployment is foreseen.

Caution — Risk of EMC disturbance when MDF cables are not


shielded.
When MDF cables have no or insufficient shielding, the xDSL and POTS
signals carried could suffer from EMC disturbance, certainly when
mixing different xDSL signal types (for example, xDSL over POTS with
xDSL over ISDN or SHDSL).
To comply with EMC, it is recommended to:
• Apply shielded LINE and POTS cables between the MDF and the rack
(Alcatel always provides shielded cables)
• Connect, if possible, the shielding of each MDF cable to Ground at
MDF end.

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Figure 9-5 shows some examples of bundling and tying MDF cables in a correct way.

Figure 9-5 Bundling and Tying MDF Cables

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9.3 Procedures

The following procedures are described in this chapter:


If the 7302 FD subrack is used in Combo configuration (that is, the subrack is equipped
with LT boards and splitter boards):
• for the internal cabling between the LT boards and the splitter boards in the 7302
FD-Combo subrack, refer to 9.4
• for the POTS and LINE cabling between the splitter boards in the 7302 FD-Combo
subrack and the MDF:
• for cabling with 2x24-pair cables, refer to 9.5
• for cabling with 96-pair cables, refer to 9.6
If the 7302 FD subrack is used in LT configuration (that is, the subrack is only equipped
with LT boards):
• when the 7302 FD-LT subrack is used together with an XD-SP subrack:
• for the intra-rack cabling: refer to 9.7
• for the LINE and POTS cabling between the XD-SP subrack and the MDF: refer to 9.8
• when the 7302 FD-LT subrack is used together with an XD-PSP subrack:
• for the intra-rack cabling: refer to 9.9
• for the LINE and POTS cabling between the XD-PSP subrack and the MDF: refer to 9.10

Note — All the procedures are described for fully equipped subracks.

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9.4 Interconnection Cabling in Rack with 7302 FD-Combo


Subrack

This section describes the cabling procedure for ADSL interconnection cabling between
the LT boards and the splitter boards in an 7302 FD-Combo subrack. Figure 9-6 shows
an example.

Figure 9-6 Interconnection Cabling in Rack with 7302 FD-Combo Subrack

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

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Cable Type
The required cable is an S-shaped, 175 mm long cable (3FE 27677 AAAA); refer to
Figure 9-7.

Figure 9-7 S-Shaped ADSL Interconnection Cable

175

Solder side
76 100

1 25

Note — Refer to Appendix A.4 for the wiring list of the CHAMP100
connectors.

Number of MDF Cables


For a subrack equipped with 8 LTs and 8 splitter boards (refer to Figure 9-8), 8 cables are
required.

Figure 9-8 7302 FD-Combo Subrack with 8 LTs and 8 Splitter Boards
NTIO

NT B
SP01

SP02

SP03

SP04

SP05

SP06

SP07

SP08
NTA
LT01

LT02

LT03

LT04

LT05

LT06

LT07

LT08

For a subrack equipped with 9 LTs and 9 splitter boards (refer to Figure 9-9), 9 cables are
required.

Figure 9-9 7302 FD-Combo Subrack with 9 LTs and 9 Splitter Boards
LT 09

SP09
SP01

SP02

SP03

SP04

SP05

SP06

SP07

SP08
NTA
LT01

LT02

LT03

LT04

LT05

LT06

LT07

LT08

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Connection/Locking
The cables are plugged into the connectors on the LT boards and the splitter boards and
are locked in place with baillocks; see Figure 9-10.

Figure 9-10 Baillocks

Baillocks

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Cabling Diagram
Figure 9-11 shows the cabling diagram for installing the ADSL interconnection cables in
an 7302 FD-Combo subrack (configuration with 8 LTs and 8 splitter boards is shown).

Figure 9-11 Installing ADSL Interconnection Cables in 7302 FD-Combo Subrack

NTIO

NT B
SP01

SP02

SP03

SP04

SP05

SP06

SP07

SP08
NTA
LT01

LT02

LT03

LT04

LT05

LT06

LT07

LT08

Parts List
Required parts are
• Eight (or nine) S-shaped interconnection cables (3FE 27677 AAAA) per equipped
7302 FD-Combo subrack.

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Procedure 9-1 Interconnection Cabling in 7302 FD-Combo Subrack


1 Prepare the S-shaped interconnection cables for the 7302 FD-Combo subracks, eight
(or nine) cables per installed subrack.

2 For each cable:

i Connect one end to the connector on the LT board.

ii Connect the other end to the lower connector of the adjacent splitter board; refer to
Figure 9-11.

Figure 9-12 shows a cabled 7302 FD-Combo subrack

Figure 9-12 7302 FD-Combo Interconnection Cabling

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9.5 POTS and LINE Cabling (2x24-pair) for 7302 FD-Combo


Subrack

This section describes the POTS and LINE cabling procedure with 2x24-pair cables
between the splitter boards in an 7302 FD-Combo subrack and the MDF. Figure 9-13
shows an example.

Figure 9-13 POTS/LINE Cabling for 7302 FD-Combo subrack with 2x24-pair Cables

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

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Cable Type
The required cable is an MDF cable with two bundles of 24-pair cables and one
CHAMP100 connector; refer to Figure 9-7.

Figure 9-14 2x24-pair MDF Cable

Solder side
76 100

1 25

The cable code is 3FE 26725 xxAA.

Note 1 — “xx” defines the cable length, for example, “HA”: 20 m,


“HL”: 25 m, “KH”: 60 m, and so on. Refer to “MDF Cable Length”.
Note 2 — Refer to Appendix A.4 for the wiring list of the CHAMP100
connector.

Number of MDF Cables


Table 9-1 gives the required number of MDF cables.

Table 9-1 Number of 2x24-pair MDF Cables for Rack with 7302 FD-Combo Subrack

7302 FD-Combo equipped with. Number of 24-pair Cables

per Slot per Subrack

8 LTs and 8 splitters (Figure 9-15) 2 (1 for POTS and 1 for LINE) 16

9 LTs and 9 splitters (Figure 9-16) 2 (1 for POTS and 1 for LINE) 18

Figure 9-15 7302 FD-Combo Subrack with 8 LTs and 8 Splitter Boards
NTIO

NT B
SP01

SP02

SP03

SP04

SP05

SP06

SP07

SP08
NTA
LT01

LT02

LT03

LT04

LT05

LT06

LT07

LT08

Figure 9-16 7302 FD-Combo Subrack with 9 LTs and 9 Splitter Boards
LT 09

SP09
SP01

SP02

SP03

SP04

SP05

SP06

SP07

SP08
NTA
LT01

LT02

LT03

LT04

LT05

LT06

LT07

LT08

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Connection/Locking
The cables are plugged into the connectors on the splitter boards and are locked in place
with baillocks; see Figure 9-10.

Cabling Diagram
Figure 9-17 shows the cabling diagram for installing the 2x24-pair MDF cables in an
7302 FD-Combo subrack (configuration with 8 LTs and 8 splitter boards is shown).

Figure 9-17 Installing 2x24-pair MDF Cables in 7302 FD-Combo Subrack


POTS 01

POTS 02

POTS 03

POTS 04

POTS 05

POTS 06

POTS 07

POTS 08
LINE 01

LINE 02

LINE 03

LINE 04

LINE 05

LINE 06

LINE 07

LINE 08

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

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Parts List
Required parts are
• 16 (or 18) 2x24-pair MDF cables (3FE 26725 AAAA) per equipped 7302 FD-Combo
subrack, refer to Table 9-1.
• Tie-wraps (5 mm x 190 mm) for tying up and/or bundling cables.
• Lacing cord for tying up and/or bundling cables.

Note — The procedure will be given for the installation of 16 cables.

Procedure 9-2 2x24 MDF Cabling in 7302 FD-Combo Subrack


Preparing MDF Cables for 7302 FD-Combo Subracks
1 Prepare the 2x24-pair MDF cables for the 7302 FD-Combo subracks, 16 (or 18) cables
per installed subrack.

2 Label 16 cables for the first subrack.


Refer to Figure 9-17 for the position of the connectors on the splitter boards and to Table
9-2 to define the labels.

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Table 9-2 Overview MDF Cabling for 7302 FD-Combo Subrack

Routing 2x24-pair Cable Splitter board Splitter board Cable


Label Connector Pair Numbers

Left POTS 01 SP 01 POTS (upper) POTS 01-48

POTS 02 SP 02 POTS (upper) POTS 49-96

POTS 03 SP 03 POTS (upper) POTS 97-144

POTS 04 SP 04 POTS (upper) POTS 145-192

Right POTS 05 SP 05 POTS (upper) POTS 193-240

POTS 06 SP 06 POTS (upper) POTS 241-288

POTS 07 SP 07 POTS (upper) POTS 289-336

POTS 08 SP 08 POTS (upper) POTS 337-384

Left LINE 01 SP 01 LINE (lower) LINE 01-48


LINE 02 SP 02 LINE (lower) LINE 49-96

LINE 03 SP 03 LINE (lower) LINE 97-144

LINE 04 SP 04 LINE (lower) LINE 145-192


Right LINE 05 SP 05 LINE (lower) LINE 193-240

LINE 06 SP 06 LINE (lower) LINE 241-288

LINE 07 SP 07 LINE (lower) LINE 289-336

LINE 08 SP 08 LINE (lower) LINE 337-384

Note — Besides pair numbering, the labels can also contain information
about connection at the local MDF (MDF style, block number, cable
number,...).

Cabling the Left Part of the 7302 FD-Combo Subrack


3 Install the four 2x24-pair MDF cables for POTS for the left part: POTS 01 to POTS 04.
Refer to Table 9-2 and Figure 9-17.

i Run the four 2x24-pair cables from the overhead guide down (overhead cabling) or
from the raised floor up (raised floor cabling) via the left side cable area of the rack
to the upper subrack.

ii Enter the four 2x24-pair cables via the left rack hole into the connector area.

iii Connect each cable to the POTS connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable POTS 01 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP01


• Cable POTS 02 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP02
• Cable POTS 03 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP03
• Cable POTS 04 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP04
iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

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4 Install the four 2x24-pair cables for LINE for the left part: LINE 01 to LINE 04. Refer to
Table 9-2 and Figure 9-17.

i Run the four 2x24-pair cables from the overhead guide down (overhead cabling) or
from the raised floor up (raised floor cabling) via the left side cable area of the rack
to the upper subrack.

ii Enter the four 2x24-pair cables via the left rack hole into the connector area.

iii Connect each cable to the LINE connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable LINE 01 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP01


• Cable LINE 02 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP02
• Cable LINE 03 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP03
• Cable LINE 04 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP04
iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

5 Properly arrange the eight 2x24-pair cables in the cabling area and route them to the top
rack entry (overhead routing) or under the raised floor (raised floor routing).
Tie up the cables with tie wraps at regular distances and use the rack cable supports to
attach cable bundles.

Cabling the Right Part of the 7302 FD-Combo Subrack


6 Install the four 2x24-pair cables for POTS for the right part: POTS 05 to POTS 08.
Refer to Table 9-2 and Figure 9-17.

i Run the four 2x24-pair cables from the overhead guide down (overhead cabling) or
from the raised floor up (raised floor cabling) via the right side cable area of the rack
to the upper subrack.

ii Enter the four 2x24-pair cables via the right rack hole into the connector area.

iii Connect each cable to the POTS connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable POTS 05 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP05


• Cable POTS 06 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP06
• Cable POTS 07 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP07
• Cable POTS 08 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP08
iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

7 Install the four 2x24-pair cables for LINE for the right part: LINE 05 to LINE 08. Refer to
Table 9-2 and Figure 9-17.

i Run the four 2x24-pair cables from the overhead guide down (overhead cabling) or
from the raised floor up (raised floor cabling) via the right side cable area of the rack
to the upper subrack.

ii Enter the four 2x24-pair cables via the right rack hole into the connector area.

iii Connect each cable to the LINE connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable LINE 05 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP05


• Cable LINE 06 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP06
• Cable LINE 07 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP07
• Cable LINE 08 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP08
iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

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8 Properly arrange the eight 2x24-pair cables in the cabling area and route them to the top
rack entry (overhead routing) or under the raised floor (raised floor routing).
Tie up the cables with tie wraps at regular distances and use the rack cable supports to
attach cable bundles.

Routing to MDF
9 Route the MDF cables (eight for one, sixteen in case of two subracks) to the MDF. Follow
the procedures prescribed by local practices. Refer to the MDF cabling guidelines.

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9.6 POTS and LINE Cabling (96-pair) for 7302 FD-Combo Subrack

This section describes the POTS and LINE cabling procedure with 96-pair cables
between the splitter boards in an 7302 FD-Combo subrack and the MDF. Figure 9-18
shows an example.

Figure 9-18 POTS/LINE Cabling for 7302 FD-Combo subrack with 96-pair Cables

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

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Cable Type
The required cable is an MDF cable with 4 bundles of 24-pair cables and two
CHAMP100 connectors; refer to Figure 9-19.

Figure 9-19 96-pair MDF Cable


Solder side
76 100

635
1 25

Brown

Green
Connector B
Orange

Blue
610 Connector A

The cable code is 3FE 26726 xxAA.

Note 1 — “xx” defines the cable length, for example, “HA”: 20 m,


“HL”: 25 m, “KH”: 60 m, and so on. Refer to “MDF Cable Length”.
Note 2 — Refer to Appendix A.4 for the wiring list of the CHAMP100
connectors.

The 24-pair cables are color coded, see Table 9-3.

Table 9-3 24-pair Bundle - Line Number Distribution

Connector Bundle Line Number

Connector A Blue Line 01 - line 24

Orange Line 25 - line 48

Connector B Green Line 49 - line 72

Brown Line 73 - line 96

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Number of MDF Cables


Table 9-4 gives the required number of MDF cables.

Table 9-4 Number of 96-pair MDF Cables for Rack with 7302 FD-Combo Subrack

7302 FD-Combo equipped with. Number of 24-pair Cables

per Slot per Subrack

8 LTs and 8 splitters (Figure 9-20) 2 (1 for POTS and 1 for LINE) 8

9 LTs and 9 splitters (Figure 9-21) 2 (1 for POTS and 1 for LINE) 9

Figure 9-20 7302 FD-Combo Subrack with 8 LTs and 8 Splitter Boards

NTIO

NT B
SP01

SP02

SP03

SP04

SP05

SP06

SP07

SP08
NTA
LT01

LT02

LT03

LT04

LT05

LT06

LT07

LT08
Figure 9-21 7302 FD-Combo Subrack with 9 LTs and 9 Splitter Boards
LT 09

SP09
SP01

SP02

SP03

SP04

SP05

SP06

SP07

SP08
NTA
LT01

LT02

LT03

LT04

LT05

LT06

LT07

Connection/Locking LT08

The cables are plugged into the connectors on the splitter boards and are locked in place
with baillocks; see Figure 9-10.

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Cabling Diagram
Figure 9-22 shows the cabling diagram for installing the 96-pair MDF cables in an 7302
FD-Combo subrack (configuration with 8 LTs and 8 splitter boards is shown).

Figure 9-22 Installing 96-pair MDF Cables in 7302 FD-Combo Subrack


O O
G B G B
B r B r
r r r r
l a l a
e o e o
u n u n
e w e w
e g e g
n n n n
e e
POTS 01

POTS 02

POTS 03

POTS 04

POTS 05

POTS 06

POTS 07

POTS 08
LINE 01

LINE 02

LINE 03

LINE 04

LINE 05

LINE 06

LINE 07

LINE 08

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

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Parts List
Required parts are
• 8 (or 9) 96-pair MDF cables (3FE 26725 AAAA) per equipped 7302 FD-Combo
subrack, refer to Table 9-4.
• Tie-wraps (5 mm x 190 mm) for tying up and/or bundling cables
• Lacing cord for tying up and/or bundling cables.

Procedure 9-3 96 MDF Cabling in 7302 FD-Combo Subrack


Preparing MDF Cables for 7302 FD-Combo Subracks
1 Prepare the 96-pair MDF cables for the 7302 FD-Combo subracks, 8 (or 9) cables per
installed subrack.

2 Label 8 cables for the first subrack.


Refer to Figure 9-22 for the position of the connectors on the splitter boards and to
Table 9-5 to define the labels.

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Table 9-5 Overview MDF Cabling for 7302 FD-Combo Subrack

Routing 96-pair Cable Splitter board Splitter board Bundle Cable


Label connector Color Pair Numbers

Left POTS 01 SP 01 POTS (upper) Blue POTS 01-24

Orange POTS 25-48

SP 02 POTS (upper) Green POTS 49-72

Brown POTS 73-96

POTS 02 SP 03 POTS (upper) Blue POTS 97-120

Orange POTS 121-144

SP 04 POTS (upper) Green POTS 145-168

Brown POTS 169-192

Right POTS 03 SP 05 POTS (upper) Green POTS 193-216


Brown POTS 217-240

SP 06 POTS (upper) Blue POTS 241-264

Orange POTS 265-288


POTS 04 SP 07 POTS (upper) Green POTS 289-312

Brown POTS 313-336

SP 08 POTS (upper) Blue POTS 337-360

Orange POTS 361-384

Left LINE 01 SP 01 LINE (lower) Blue LINE 01-24

Orange LINE 25-48

SP 02 LINE (lower) Green LINE 49-72

Brown LINE 73-96

LINE 02 SP 03 LINE (lower) Blue LINE 97-120

Orange LINE 121-144

SP 04 LINE (lower) Green LINE 145-168

Brown LINE 169-192


Right LINE 03 SP 05 LINE (lower) Green LINE 193-216

Brown LINE 217-240

SP 06 LINE (lower) Blue LINE 241-264

Orange LINE 265-288

LINE 04 SP 07 LINE (lower) Green LINE 289-312

Brown LINE 313-336


SP 08 LINE (lower) Blue LINE 337-360

Orange LINE 361-384

Note — Besides pair numbering, the labels can also contain information
about connection at the local MDF (MDF style, block number, cable
number,...).

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Cabling the Left Part of the 7302 FD-Combo Subrack


3 Install the two 96-pair MDF cables for POTS for the left part: POTS 01 and POTS 02.
Refer to Table 9-5 and Figure 9-22.

i Run the two 96-pair cables from the overhead guide down (overhead cabling) or
from the raised floor up (raised floor cabling) via the left side cable area of the rack
to the upper subrack.

ii Enter the two 96-pair cables via the left rack hole into the connector area.

iii Connect each cable to the POTS connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable POTS 01 (short) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP01


• Cable POTS 01 (long) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP02
• Cable POTS 02 (short) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP03
• Cable POTS 02 (long) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP04
iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

4 Install the two 96-pair cables for LINE for the left part: LINE 01 and LINE 02. Refer to
Table 9-5 and Figure 9-22.

i Run the two 96-pair cables from the overhead guide down (overhead cabling) or
from the raised floor up (raised floor cabling) via the left side cable area of the rack
to the upper subrack.

ii Enter the two 96-pair cables via the left rack hole into the connector area.

iii Connect each cable to the LINE connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable LINE 01 (short) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP01


• Cable LINE 01 (long) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP02
• Cable LINE 02 (short) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP03
• Cable LINE 02 (long) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP04
iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

5 Properly arrange the four 96-pair cables in the cabling area and route them to the top
rack entry (overhead routing) or under the raised floor (raised floor routing).
Tie up the cables with tie wraps at regular distances and use the rack cable supports to
attach cable bundles.

Cabling the Right Part of the 7302 FD-Combo Subrack


6 Install the two 96-pair cables for POTS for the right part: POTS 03 and POTS 04.
Refer to Table 9-5 and Figure 9-22.

i Run the two 96-pair cables from the overhead guide down (overhead cabling) or
from the raised floor up (raised floor cabling) via the right side cable area of the rack
to the upper subrack.

ii Enter the two 96-pair cables via the right rack hole into the connector area.

iii Connect each cable to the POTS connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable POTS 03 (long) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP05


• Cable POTS 03 (short) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP06
• Cable POTS 04 (long) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP07
• Cable POTS 04 (short) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP08
iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

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7 Install the two 96-pair cables for LINE for the right part: LINE 03 to LINE 04. Refer to
Table 9-5 and Figure 9-22.

i Run the two 96-pair cables from the overhead guide down (overhead cabling) or
from the raised floor up (raised floor cabling) via the right side cable area of the rack
to the upper subrack.

ii Enter the two 96-pair cables via the right rack hole into the connector area.

iii Connect each cable to the LINE connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable LINE 03 (long) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP05


• Cable LINE 03 (short) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP06
• Cable LINE 04 (long) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP07
• Cable LINE 04 (short) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP08
iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

8 Properly arrange the four 96-pair cables in the cabling area and route them to the top
rack entry (overhead routing) or under the raised floor (raised floor routing).
Tie up the cables with tie wraps at regular distances and use the rack cable supports to
attach cable bundles.

Routing to MDF
9 Route the MDF cables (eight for one, sixteen in case of two subracks) to the MDF. Follow
the procedures prescribed by local practices. Refer to the MDF cabling guidelines.

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9.7 Intra-rack Cabling Between XD-SP Subrack and 7302 FD-LT


Subrack

This section describes the procedure for the intra-rack cabling between an XD-SP
subrack and an 7302 FD-LT subrack in the same rack, as shown in Figure 9-23.

Figure 9-23 Intra-rack Cabling Between XD-SP and 7302 FD-LT Subrack

A/4 FOR SPL A/60 FOR LT

B/4 FOR SPL B/60 FOR LT

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MDF Cable Types


The required MDF cable is a double 24-pair cable with two male CHAMP50 connectors
and one CHAMP100 connector (Figure 9-24).
The CHAMP50 connectors are straight connectors. They fit on the backplane connectors
on the XD-SP subrack.
The CHAMP100 connector is a 90° connector and fits on the connector of the LT board.

Figure 9-24 Intra-rack Cable for XD-SP Subrack


1500
800

X2

X1
Solder side Solder side
50 26 76 100

25 1 1 25

The cable code is 3FE 27826 AAAA.

Note — Refer to Appendix A.5 for the wiring list of the 48-line
intra-rack cable.

Number of MDF Cables


One intra-rack cable is required for each equipped LT board in the 7302 FD subrack, with
a maximum of 16 cables.

Connection/Locking
The CHAMP50 connectors are plugged into the backplane connectors and are locked in
place with screws.
The CHAMP100 connector is plugged into the connector on the LT board and is locked
in place with baillocks (see Figure 9-10).

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Released
Cabling Diagram

an 7302 FD-LT subrack.

ADSL 01 ADSL 02
ADSL 01 ADSL 03 ADSL 04
ADSL 02 ADSL 05 ADSL 06
ADSL 03 ADSL 07 ADSL 08
ADSL 04 ADSL 09 ADSL 10
ADSL 05 ADSL 11 ADSL 12
ADSL 06 ADSL 13 ADSL 14
ADSL 07 ADSL 15 ADSL 16
ADSL 08 ADSL 17 ADSL 18
ADSL 09 ADSL 19 ADSL 20
ADSL 10 ADSL 21 ADSL 22
ADSL 11 ADSL 23 ADSL 24
ADSL 12 ADSL 25 ADSL 26
ADSL 13 ADSL 27 ADSL 28
ADSL 14 ADSL 29 ADSL 30
ADSL 15 ADSL 31 ADSL 32
ADSL 16
Figure 9-25 Intra-rack Cabling between XD-SP and 7302 FD-LT Subrack

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Figure 9-25 shows the cabling diagram for the intra-rack cabling between an XD-SP and
9 — MDF Cabling

Parts List
Required parts are:
• 16 intra-rack cables, refer to Figure 9-25.
• Tie-wraps (5 mm x 190 mm) for tying up and/or bundling cables.
• Lacing cord for tying up and/or bundling cables.

Procedure 9-4 Intra-rack Cabling between XD-SP and 7302 FD Subrack


Preparing the intra-rack Cables
1 Prepare 16 cables for intra-rack cabling.
These cables connect the ADSL lines between XD-SP and 7302 FD subrack in the same
rack. Refer to Figure 9-25.

2 Label all cables referring to Table 9-6 and Figure 9-25.

Table 9-6 Overview Intra-rack Cabling in Rack with XD-SP and 7302 FD-LT Subrack

Routing 7302 FD Subrack Wire Pair XD-SP Subrack


Numbering
Slot Label Slot and Position Cable Label
Connector

Left LT01 ADSL01 ADSL 01-24 AP 01 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL01

ADSL 25-48 AP 01 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL02


LT02 ADSL02 ADSL 49-72 AP 02 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL03

ADSL 73-96 AP 02 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL04

LT03 ADSL03 ADSL 97-120 AP 03 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL05

ADSL 121-144 AP 03 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL06

LT04 ADSL04 ADSL 145-168 AP 04 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL07

ADSL 169-192 AP 04 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL08


LT05 ADSL05 ADSL 193-216 AP 05 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL09

ADSL 217-240 AP 05 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL10

LT06 ADSL06 ADSL 241-264 AP 06 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL11

ADSL 265-288 AP 06 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL12

LT07 ADSL07 ADSL 289-312 AP 07 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL13

ADSL 313-336 AP 07 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL14


LT08 ADSL08 ADSL 337-360 AP 08 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL15

ADSL 361-384 AP 08 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL16

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Routing 7302 FD Subrack Wire Pair XD-SP Subrack


Numbering
Slot Label Slot and Position Cable Label
Connector

Right LT09 ADSL09 ADSL 385-408 AP 09 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL17

ADSL 409-432 AP 09 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL18

LT10 ADSL10 ADSL 433-456 AP 10 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL19

ADSL 457-480 AP 10 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL20

LT11 ADSL11 ADSL 481-504 AP 11 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL21

ADSL 505-528 AP 11 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL22

LT12 ADSL12 ADSL 529-552 AP 12 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL23

ADSL 553-576 AP 12 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL24

LT13 ADSL13 ADSL 577-600 AP 13 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL25

ADSL 601-624 AP 13 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL26

LT14 ADSL14 ADSL 625-648 AP 14 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL27

ADSL 649-672 AP 14 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL28


LT15 ADSL15 ADSL 673-696 AP 14 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL29

ADSL 697-720 AP 15 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL30

LT16 ADSL16 ADSL 921-744 AP 16 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL31

ADSL 745-768 AP 16 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL32

Installing the Left-side Cables


3 Install the eight left-side cables, starting with ADSL 01 and proceeding to the right with
ADSL 02, ADSL 03,... to ADSL 08.

4 For each cable:

i Run the cable from the 7302 FD-LT subrack, via the left cable area, to the XD-SP
subrack.

ii Plug the CHAMP100 connector into the appropriate connector on the LT board in
the 7302 FD-LT subrack. Refer to Table 9-6 and Figure 9-25.

iii Plug the CHAMP50 connector X1 into the appropriate connector in the lower
connector area of the XD-SP subrack. Refer to Table 9-6 and Figure 9-25.

iv Route the cable with the CHAMP50 connector X2 via the left side to the top of the
XD-SP subrack, then to the right and then down to the connector

v Plug the CHAMP50 connector X2 into the appropriate connector in the upper
connector area of the XD-SP subrack. Refer to Table 9-6 and Figure 9-25.

vi Secure the connectors X1 and X2 with screws.

vii Secure the CHAMP100 connector with baillocks.

5 Properly arrange the eight cables in the connector areas and tie them up with tie-wraps
at regular distances.

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Installing the Right-side Cables


6 Install the eight right-side cables, starting with ADSL 16 and proceeding to the left with
ADSL 15, ADSL 14,... to ADSL 09.

7 For each cable:

i Run the cable from the 7302 FD-LT subrack, via the right cable area, to the XD-SP
subrack.

ii Plug the CHAMP100 connector into the appropriate connector on the LT board in
the 7302 FD-LT subrack. Refer to Table 9-6 and Figure 9-25.

iii Plug the CHAMP50 connector X1 into the appropriate connector in the lower
connector area of the XD-SP subrack. Refer to Table 9-6 and Figure 9-25.

iv Route the cable with the CHAMP50 connector X2 via the right side to the top of the
XD-SP subrack, then to the left and then down to the connector

v Plug the CHAMP50 connector X2 into the appropriate connector in the upper
connector area of the XD-SP subrack. Refer to Table 9-6 and Figure 9-25.

vi Secure the connectors X1 and X2 with screws.

vii Secure the CHAMP100 connector with baillocks.

8 Properly arrange the eight cables in the connector areas and tie them up with tie-wraps
at regular distances.

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9.8 LINE and POTS Cabling in Rack with XD-SP Subrack

This section describes the MDF cabling procedure for a rack with XD-SP subrack.
Figure 9-26 gives an example.

Figure 9-26 LINE and POTS Cabling in Rack with XD-SP Subrack

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XD-Splitter Boards
The XD-Splitter subrack has 16 AP slots in its splitter area, each slot can house one XD
splitter board supporting 48 xDSL subscriber lines (Figure 9-27).

Figure 9-27 MDF Connectors on XD Splitter Board

LINE 25 - 48
POTS 25 - 48
MDF cables to
subscribers 25 to 48
(routing up)

LINE
Upper MDF connectors

POTS

LINE

Lower MDF connectors


LINE 01 - 24 POTS
POTS 01 - 24
MDF cables to
subscribers 01 to 24
XD splitter board
(routing down)
(in first AP slot)

As shown, four connectors on the XD splitter board provide connection of 48 lines to the
MDF via 24-pair cables. The lower two cables connect to the first 24 subscriber lines
(LINE 01 to 24, POTS 01 to 24), the upper two to the last 24 subscriber lines (LINE 25
to 48, POTS 25 to 48).

MDF Cable Types


The required MDF cable is a 96-pair MDF cable, in which four single 24-pair cables are
bundled (example in Figure 9-28). The 24 twisted pairs in each cable terminate, at one
end, in a male 50-way connector and are free at the other end for connection to the MDF
as defined by local practices).

Figure 9-28 96-pair MDF Cable with Connectors 90° Up/Down

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Each of the four 24-pair cables has a different length to facilitate cable routing in the
subrack connector area and in the rack area. Associated color markings facilitate
selecting the correct connector.
The following 96-pair MDF cable types are applied:
• Cable with angled connectors 90° up (Figure 9-29), which fit the LINE and POTS
connectors on the splitter boards and allow routing the cables up.
• Cables with angled connectors 90° down (Figure 9-29), which fit the LINE and POTS
connectors on the splitter boards and allow routing the cables down.

Figure 9-29 96 Pair MDF Cables with Connectors 90° Up/Down


685 mm
660 mm
635 mm
610 mm (*)
Label Brown

(*)
Label Green

(*)
Label Orange
Label for marking
identification and
destination
(*)
Label Blue

ca 60 mm

(*) Connector pin layout


3EC 37949 xxAA
MDF cable with
connector 90˚ down
(for cable routing up)
26 50

Solder side 1 25
3EC 37929 xxAA
MDF cable with
connector 90˚ up
(for cable routing down)

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Table 9-7 gives an overview of the used MDF cable types.

Table 9-7 MDF Cable Types applied for 7302 FD and XD-SP Subrack

Part Number (*) Identification Description Cable Routing

3EC 37929 xxAA CA-26RS96EM POTS-OH-UP 96-pair POTS/LINE, Up, XD-SP to MDF
four connectors 90º up

3EC 37949 xxAA CA-26RS96EM POTS-OH-DN 96-pair POTS/LINE, Down, XD-SP to MDF
our connectors 90º down

Note — “xx” defines the cable length, for example, “HA”: 20 m,


“HL”: 25 m, “KH”: 60 m, and so on. Refer to “MDF Cable Length”.

Number of MDF Cables


Table 9-8 gives an overview of the number of MDF cables.

Table 9-8 Overview MDF Cables for Rack with one XD-SP and one 7302 FD Subrack

MDF Cables Number of 24-pair Cables (Connectors) Number of 96-pair Cables Total Number
of MDF Cables
Type Routing per Slot per Subrack per Rack per Subrack per Rack per Rack

LINE XD-SP to MDF 2 32 32 8 8 8 (96-pair)

POTS XD-SP to MDF 2 32 32 8 8 8 (96-pair)

Connection/Locking
LINE and POTS cables are connected in the splitter area. As shown in Figure 9-30, the
connectors are plugged into the connectors on the splitter boards and are locked in place
with baillocks.

Figure 9-30 Connecting MDF Connector in XD-SP Subrack

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Cabling Diagram
Figure 9-31 shows the cabling diagram for installing the MDF (LINE and POTS) cables
in an XD-SP subrack.

Figure 9-31 Installing MDF (LINE and POTS) Cables in XD-SP Subrack

Upper-Left Upper-Right

LINE 02

LINE 06
LINE 04

LINE 08
LINE 10
LINE 12
LINE 14
LINE 16
LINE 18
LINE 20
LINE 22
LINE 24
LINE 26
LINE 28
LINE 30
LINE 32
POTS 02

POTS 06
POTS 04

POTS 08
POTS 10
POTS 12
POTS 14
POTS 16
POTS 18
POTS 20
POTS 22
POTS 24
POTS 26
POTS 28
POTS 30
POTS 32
Routing Left

LINE 27
LINE 01

LINE 05
LINE 03

LINE 07
LINE 09

LINE 13
LINE 15
LINE 17
LINE 19
LINE 21
LINE 23
LINE 25

LINE 29
LINE 31
LINE 11

POTS 27
POTS 01

POTS 05
POTS 03

POTS 07
POTS 09

POTS 13
POTS 15
POTS 17
POTS 19
POTS 21
POTS 23
POTS 25

POTS 29
POTS 31
POTS 11

AP01 AP02 AP03 AP04 AP05 AP06 AP07 AP08 AP09 AP10 AP11 AP12 AP13 AP14 AP15 AP16
Slot numbers

Lower-Left Lower-Right

Parts List
Required parts are
• 16 MDF cables (96-pair): 8 up and 8 down, refer to Table 9-7.
• Tie-wraps (5 mm x 190 mm) for tying up and/or bundling cables
• Lacing cord for tying up and/or bundling cables.

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Procedure 9-5 LINE and POTS Cabling in Rack with XD-SP Subrack
Preparing MDF Cables
1 Prepare sixteen 96-pair MDF cables for XD-SP subrack, eight for routing up and eight
for routing down.

Refer to Table 9-7 for the correct cables.

2 Label eight cables for LINE and eight cables for POTS. Refer to Figure 9-31 and to
Table 9-9 to apply the correct label.

Table 9-9 Overview LINE and POTS Cabling in XD-SP Subrack

Routing 96-pair Cable 24-pair Cable Splitter Slot 24-pair Cable MDF
Label Color Connector Pair Numbers

Left-Down LINE A Blue AP01 LINE 01 LINE 001-024

Orange AP02 LINE 03 LINE 049-072

Green AP03 LINE 05 LINE 097-120

Brown AP04 LINE 07 LINE 145-168

POTS A Blue AP01 POTS 01 POTS 001-024

Orange AP02 POTS 03 POTS 049-072

Green AP03 POTS 05 POTS 097-120

Brown AP04 POTS 07 POTS 145-168

Left-Up LINE B Blue AP01 LINE 02 LINE 025-048

Orange AP02 LINE 04 LINE 073-096

Green AP03 LINE 06 LINE 121-144

Brown AP04 LINE 08 LINE 169-192

POTS B Blue AP01 POTS 02 POTS 025-048


Orange AP02 POTS 04 POTS 073-096

Green AP03 POTS 06 POTS 121-144

Brown AP04 POTS 08 POTS 169-192

Left-Down LINE C Blue AP05 LINE 09 LINE 193-216

Orange AP06 LINE 11 LINE 241-264

Green AP07 LINE 13 LINE 289-312

Brown AP08 LINE 15 LINE 337-360

POTS C Blue AP05 POTS 09 POTS 193-216

Orange AP06 POTS 11 POTS 241-264


Green AP07 POTS 13 POTS 289-312

Brown AP08 POTS 15 POTS 337-360

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Routing 96-pair Cable 24-pair Cable Splitter Slot 24-pair Cable MDF
Label Color Connector Pair Numbers

Left-Up LINE D Blue AP05 LINE 10 LINE 217-240

Orange AP06 LINE 12 LINE 265-288

Green AP07 LINE 14 LINE 313-336


Brown AP08 LINE 16 LINE 361-384

POTS D Blue AP05 POTS 10 POTS 217-240

Orange AP06 POTS 12 POTS 265-288

Green AP07 POTS 14 POTS 313-336

Brown AP08 POTS 16 POTS 361-384

Right-Down LINE E Blue AP12 LINE 23 LINE 529-552


Orange AP11 LINE 21 LINE 481-504

Green AP10 LINE 19 LINE 433-456

Brown AP09 LINE 17 LINE 385-408


POTS E Blue AP12 POTS 23 POTS 529-552

Orange AP11 POTS 21 POTS 481-504

Green AP10 POTS 19 POTS 433-456

Brown AP09 POTS 17 POTS 385-408

Right-Up LINE F Blue AP12 LINE 24 LINE 553-576

Orange AP11 LINE 22 LINE 505-528

Green AP10 LINE 20 LINE 457-480

Brown AP09 LINE 18 LINE 409-432

POTS F Blue AP12 POTS 24 POTS 553-576

Orange AP11 POTS 22 POTS 505-528

Green AP10 POTS 20 POTS 457-480

Brown AP09 POTS 18 POTS 409-432

Right-Down LINE G Blue AP16 LINE 31 LINE 721-744


Orange AP15 LINE 29 LINE 673-696

Green AP14 LINE 27 LINE 625-648

Brown AP13 LINE 25 LINE 577-600


POTS G Blue AP16 POTS 31 POTS 721-744

Orange AP15 POTS 29 POTS 673-696

Green AP14 POTS 27 POTS 625-648

Brown AP13 POTS 25 POTS 577-600

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Routing 96-pair Cable 24-pair Cable Splitter Slot 24-pair Cable MDF
Label Color Connector Pair Numbers

Right-Up LINE H Blue AP16 LINE 32 LINE 745-768

Orange AP15 LINE 30 LINE 697-720

Green AP14 LINE 28 LINE 649-672

Brown AP13 LINE 26 LINE 601-624

POTS H Blue AP16 POTS 32 POTS 745-768

Orange AP15 POTS 30 POTS 697-720

Green AP14 POTS 28 POTS 649-672

Brown AP13 POTS 26 POTS 601-624

3 Select a step in Table 9-10 to start cabling a certain part in the splitter area.

Table 9-10 Overview LINE and POTS Cabling procedures per Splitter Area

Splitter Area Splitter Slots 96-pair Cables Start at

upper-left part AP01 to AP08 LINE B, POTS B, LINE D, POTS D Step 4

lower-left part AP01 to AP08 POTS A, LINE A, POTS C, LINE C Step 10

upper-right part AP16 to AP09 LINE H, POTS H, LINE F, POTS F Step 16

lower-right part AP16 to AP09 POTS G, LINE G, POTS E, LINE E Step 18

Note — Besides pair numbering, the labels can also contain information
about connection at the local MDF (MDF style, block number, cable
number,...).

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Installing upper-left Cables: LINE B, POTS B, LINE D and POTS D


4 Refer to Table 9-9 for cable overview, Figure 9-31 for cabling diagram and Figure 9-32
for a view on the upper-left part.

Figure 9-32 LINE and POTS Cables in Upper-Left Part of Splitter Area

5 Install LINE B (Figure 9-33).

i Run 96-pair cable LINE B from the overhead guide down (in case of overhead
cabling) or from the raised floor up (in case of raised floor cabling) to the XD-SP
subrack. Route it via the left cable area of the rack to the upper connector area in
the subrack.

ii Enter the four 24-pair cables via the left rack hole into the connector area.
Refer to the color labels to route each cable between the fingerguides to the
appropriate splitter slot and connector:

• Blue cable to slot AP01 - connector LINE 02


• Orange cable to slot AP02 - connector LINE 04
• Green cable to slot AP03 - connector LINE 06
• Brown cable to slot AP04 - connector LINE 08.

iii Plug each connector into the upper LINE connector on the splitter/applique or, if not
present, lock it at the upper position on the dummy plate.

iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

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Figure 9-33 LINE Cables in Upper-Left Part of Splitter Area

6 Install POTS B in a similar way as LINE B, but route and connect as follows:

i Route four POTS cables between finger guides on top of installed LINE-B cables.

ii Connect to POTS 02, POTS 04, POTS06 and POTS 08 on the splitter or lock at
second position on dummy plate.

7 Install LINE D in a similar way as LINE B (Figure 9-33), but route and connect as follows:

• Blue cable to AP05 - connector LINE 10


• Orange cable to AP06 - connector LINE 12
• Green cable to AP07 - connector LINE 14
• Brown cable to AP08 - connector LINE 16.

8 Install POTS D in a similar way as LINE D, but route and connect as follows:

i Route four POTS cables between finger guides on top of installed LINE D cables.

ii Connect to POTS 10, POTS 12, POTS 14 and POTS 16 on splitter or lock at
second position on dummy plate.

9 Properly arrange sixteen 24-pair cables in the connector and cabling area. Route the
four 96-pair cables to the top rack entry (overhead routing) or under raised floor (raised
floor routing).
Tie the cables up with tie wraps at regular distances and use the rack cable supports to
attach cable bundles.

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Installing Lower-left Cables: POTS A, LINE A, POTS C and LINE C


10 Refer to Table 9-9 for a cabling overview and to Figure 9-31 for the cabling diagram.
Procedures are similar to those of the upper part.

11 Install POTS A (Figure 9-34).

i Run 96-pair cable POTS A from overhead guide or raised floor to lower left
connector area.

ii Refer to the color labels to route four 24-pair cables between fingerguides to
appropriate splitter slot and connector:

• Blue cable to slot AP01 - connector POTS 01


• Orange cable to slot AP02 - connector POTS 03
• Green cable to slot AP03 - connector POTS 05
• Brown cable to slot AP04 - connector POTS 07.

iii Connect to the lower POTS connector on splitters/appliques or, if not present, lock
at the lowest position on dummy plates.

iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

Figure 9-34 POTS Cables in Lower-Left Part of XD-SP Splitter Area

12 Install LINE A in a similar way as POTS A, but route and connect as follows:

i Route LINE A cables between the finger guides on top of installed POTS A cables.

ii Connect to the LINE A connectors above the POTS A connectors on the splitters
or lock at second position on dummy plates.

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13 Install POTS C in a similar way as POTS A, but route and connect as follows:

• Blue cable to slot AP05 - connector POTS 09


• Orange cable to slot AP06 - connector POTS 11
• Green cable to slot AP07 - connector POTS 13
• Brown cable to slot AP08 - connector POTS 15.

14 Install LINE C in a similar way as POTS C, but route and connect as follows:

i Route the LINE C cables between finger guides on top of the installed POTS C
cables.

ii Connect to the LINE C connectors above the POTS A connectors on the splitters
or lock at second position on dummy plates.

15 Properly arrange the sixteen 24-pair cables and route the four 96-pair cables to top rack
entry or under raised floor.
Tie cables up at regular distances and use rack supports to attach bundles.

Installing upper-right Cables: Part: LINE H, POTS H, LINE F and POTS F


16 Refer to Table 9-9 for cable overview, Figure 9-31 for cabling diagram and Figure 9-35
for a view on the upper-right part.

Figure 9-35 LINE and POTS Cables in Upper-Right Part of Splitter Area

Refer to the procedures for the upper-left part. The cabling of the upper-right part is
performed in a similar way, but in reversed order.

17 Start cabling at slot AP 16 with LINE H and POTS H and proceed to the left with LINE F
and POTS F ending at slot AP 09.

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Installing lower-right Cables: Part: POTS-G, LINE-G, POTS-E and LINE-E


18 Refer to Table 9-9 for cable overview, Figure 9-31 for cabling diagram and Figure 9-36
for a view on the lower-right part. Refer to the procedures for the lower-left part. The
cabling of the lower-right part is performed in a similar way but in reversed order.

Figure 9-36 LINE and POTS Cables in Upper-Left Part of Splitter Area

19 Start cabling at slot AP 16 with POTS G and LINE G, proceed to the left with LINE E and
POTS E ending at slot AP 09.

Routing Cables to MDF


20 Route the sixteen MDF cables (4 LINE and 4 POTS) of the XD-SP subrack to the MDF
as prescribed by local practices.
Keep cables ordered and tie them together at regular distances.

Connecting Twisted Pairs at MDF


21 At the MDF, connect LINE and POTS cable pairs as prescribed by local practices. Refer
to the MDF cabling guidelines.

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9.9 Intra-rack Cabling in Rack with XD-PSP Subrack and


7302 FD-LT Subrack

This section describes the procedure for the intra-rack cabling between an XD-PSP and
an 7302 FD-LT subrack in the same rack, as shown in Figure 9-37.

Figure 9-37 Intra-rack Cabling Between XD-PSP and 7302 FD-LT Subrack

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MDF Cable Types


The required MDF cable is a double 24-pair cable with two male CHAMP50 connectors
and one CHAMP100 connector (Figure 9-38).
The CHAMP50 connectors are 90° connectors. They fit on the connectors on the splitter
boards in the XD-PSP subrack.
The CHAMP100 connector is a 90° connector. It fits on the connector of the LT board.

Figure 9-38 Intra-rack Cable for XD-PSP Subrack


L2
L1 X3

X2

X1

Solder side Solder side


50 26 76 100

25 1 1 25

Table 9-11shows the MDf cables that can be used for the intra-rack cabling.

Table 9-11 MDF Cables

Connection Code Description


ADSL (M II) 3FE 27673 AAAA 48-line intra-rack cable
L1: 800 mm
L2: 900 mm

ADSL (ETSI) 3FE 27673 BAAA 48-line intra-rack cable


L1: 800 mm
L2: 1800 mm

SHDSL (ETSI) 3FE 27673 CAAA 24-line intra-rack cable


L1: 900 mm
L2: 1800 mm

VDSL (ETSI) 3FE 27673 CAAA 24-line intra-rack cable


L1: 900 mm
L2: 1800 mm

Note 1 — Refer to Appendix A.5 for the wiring list of the 48-line intra-
rack cables 3FE 27673 AAAA and 3FE 27673 BAAA.
Note 2 — Refer to Appendix A.6 for the wiring list of the 24-line intra-
rack cable 3FE 27673 CAAA.

Number of MDF Cables


One intra-rack cable is required for each equipped LT board in the 7302 FD subrack, with
a maximum of 16 cables.

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Connection/Locking
The CHAMP50 connectors are plugged into the connectors on the splitter boards and are
locked in place with screws.
The CHAMP100 connector is plugged into the connector on the LT board and is locked
in place with baillocks (see Figure 9-10).

Special Tools
To secure the connectors on the passive splitter boards, a screwdriver with
ball hex tip M2.5 is required. This type of screwdriver permits to work in an angle w.r.t.
the screw.

Figure 9-39 Screwdriver with Ball Hex Tip

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Figure 9-40 shows the cabling diagram for the intra-rack cabling between an XD-PSP

ADSL 32 ADSL 31
ADSL 30 ADSL 29
Figure 9-40 Intra-rack Cabling between XD-PSP and 7302 FD-LT Subrack

ADSL 16
ADSL 28 ADSL 27
ADSL 15
ADSL 26 ADSL 25
ADSL 14
ADSL 24 ADSL 23 ADSL 13
ADSL 22 ADSL 21 ADSL 12
ADSL 19 ADSL 11
ADSL 20
ADSL 10
ADSL 18 ADSL 17
ADSL 09
ADSL 16 ADSL 15
ADSL 14 ADSL 13
ADSL 12 ADSL 11
ADSL 09 ADSL 08
ADSL 10
ADSL 07
ADSL 08 ADSL 07
ADSL 06
and an 7302 FD-LT subrack.

ADSL 06 ADSL 05
ADSL 05
ADSL 04 ADSL 03 ADSL 04
ADSL 02 ADSL 01 ADSL 03
Cabling Diagram

ADSL 02

Released
ADSL 01
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Parts List
Required parts are:
• 16 intra-rack cables 3FE 27673 AAAA.
• Tie-wraps (5 mm x 190 mm) for tying up and/or bundling cables.
• Lacing cord for tying up and/or bundling cables.

Procedure 9-6 Intra-rack Cabling between XD-PSP and 7302 FD-LT


Subrack
Preparing the intra-rack Cables
1 Prepare 16 cables for intra-rack cabling.
These cables connect the ADSL lines between XD-PSP and XD-LT subrack in the same
rack.

2 Label all cables referring to Table 9-12 and Figure 9-40.

Table 9-12 Overview Intra-rack Cabling in Rack with XD-PSP and 7302 FD-LT Subrack

Routing 7302 FD Subrack Wire Pair XD-SP Subrack


Numbering
Slot Label Slot and Position Cable Label
Connector

Left LT01 ADSL01 ADSL 01-24 AP 01 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL01


ADSL 25-48 AP 01 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL02

LT02 ADSL02 ADSL 49-72 AP 02 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL03

ADSL 73-96 AP 02 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL04

LT03 ADSL03 ADSL 97-120 AP 03 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL05

ADSL 121-144 AP 03 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL06

LT04 ADSL04 ADSL 145-168 AP 04 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL07


ADSL 169-192 AP 04 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL08

LT05 ADSL05 ADSL 193-216 AP 05 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL09

ADSL 217-240 AP 05 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL10

LT06 ADSL06 ADSL 241-264 AP 06 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL11

ADSL 265-288 AP 06 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL12

LT07 ADSL07 ADSL 289-312 AP 07 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL13


ADSL 313-336 AP 07 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL14

LT08 ADSL08 ADSL 337-360 AP 08 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL15

ADSL 361-384 AP 08 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL16

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Routing 7302 FD Subrack Wire Pair XD-SP Subrack


Numbering
Slot Label Slot and Position Cable Label
Connector

Right LT09 ADSL09 ADSL 385-408 AP 09 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL17

ADSL 409-432 AP 09 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL18

LT10 ADSL10 ADSL 433-456 AP 10 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL19


ADSL 457-480 AP 10 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL20

LT11 ADSL11 ADSL 481-504 AP 11 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL21

ADSL 505-528 AP 11 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL22

LT12 ADSL12 ADSL 529-552 AP 12 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL23

ADSL 553-576 AP 12 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL24

LT13 ADSL13 ADSL 577-600 AP 13 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL25


ADSL 601-624 AP 13 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL26

LT14 ADSL14 ADSL 625-648 AP 14 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL27

ADSL 649-672 AP 14 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL28


LT15 ADSL15 ADSL 673-696 AP 14 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL29

ADSL 697-720 AP 15 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL30

LT16 ADSL16 ADSL 921-744 AP 16 - Lower conn. X1 ADSL31

ADSL 745-768 AP 16 - Upper conn. X2 ADSL32

Installing the Left-side Cables


3 Install the eight left-side cables, starting with ADSL 01 and proceeding to the right with
ADSL 02, ADSL 03, and so on to ADSL 08.

4 For each cable:

i Run the cable from the 7302 FD-LT subrack, via the left cable area, to the XD-PSP
subrack.

ii Plug the CHAMP100 connector into the appropriate connector on the LT board in
the 7302 FD-LT subrack. Refer to Table 9-12 and Figure 9-40.

iii Plug the CHAMP50 connector X1 into the appropriate connector (6th connector) of
the splitter board in the XD-PSP subrack. Refer to Table 9-12 and Figure 9-40.

iv Route the cable with the CHAMP50 connector X2 via the left side to the top of the
XD-PSP subrack, then to the right and then down to the connector.

v Plug the CHAMP50 connector X2 into the appropriate connector (3rd connector) of
the splitter board in the XD-PSP subrack. Refer to Table 9-12 and Figure 9-40.

vi Secure the connectors X1 and X2 with screws.

vii Secure the CHAMP100 connector with baillocks.

5 Properly arrange the eight cables in the cabling area and tie them up with tie-wraps at
regular distances.

Installing the Right-side Cables


6 Install the eight right-side cables, starting with ADSL 16 and proceeding to the left with
ADSL 15, ADSL 14,... to ADSL 09.

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7 For each cable:

i Run the cable from the 7302 FD-LT subrack, via the right cable area, to the
XD-PSP subrack.

ii Plug the CHAMP100 connector into the appropriate connector on the LT board in
the 7302 FD-LT subrack. Refer to Table 9-12 and Figure 9-40.

iii Plug the CHAMP50 connector X1 into the appropriate connector (6th connector) of
the splitter board in the XD-PSP subrack. Refer to Table 9-12 and Figure 9-40.

iv Route the cable with the CHAMP50 connector X2 via the right side to the top of the
XD-PSP subrack, then to the left and then down to the connector

v Plug the CHAMP50 connector X2 into the appropriate connector (3rd connector) of
the splitter board in the XD-PSP subrack. Refer to Table 9-12 and Figure 9-40.

vi Secure the connectors X1 and X2 with screws.

vii Secure the CHAMP100 connector with baillocks.

8 Properly arrange the eight cables in the connector areas and tie them up with tie-wraps
at regular distances.

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9.10 LINE and POTS Cabling in Rack with XD-PSP Subrack

This section describes the MDF (LINE and POTS) cabling procedure for a rack with
XD-PSP subrack.

XD Passive Splitter Boards


The XD-PSP subrack has 16 AP slots in its splitter area. Each slot can house one XD
passive splitter board supporting 48 ADSL subscriber lines (Figure 9-41).
As shown, four connectors on the XD-Standard-splitter board provide connection of 48
lines to the MDF via 24-pair cables. The lower two cables connect to the first 24
subscriber lines (POTS 01 to 24, LINE 01 to 24), the upper two to the last 24 subscriber
lines (POTS 25 to 48, LINE 25 to 48).

Figure 9-41 MDF Connectors on ADSL Passive Splitter Board

POTS 25-48

Upper MDF connectors


MDF cables to LINE 25-48
subscribers 25 to 48
(routing up)

ADSL 25-48

Lower MDF connectors


POTS 01-24
MDF cables to
subscribers 01 to 24
(routing down)
LINE 01-24

ADSL 01-24

XD standard splitter board


(in first AP slot)

MDF Cable Types


The following 96-pair MDF cable types are used in an XD-PSP subrack:
• Cable with angled connectors 45° up (Figure 9-42) which fit the LINE and POTS
connectors on the passive splitter boards and allow routing cables up, they are secured
by screws. The cable is used for LINE and POTS cabling between passive splitter
boards in XD-PSP subrack and MDF.
• Cables with angled connectors 45° down (Figure 9-42) fit the LINE and POTS
connectors on the passive splitter boards and allow routing cables down, they are
secured by. The cable is used for LINE and POTS cabling between passive splitter
boards in XD-PSP subrack and MDF.

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Table 9-13 gives an overview of the used MDF cable types.

Table 9-13 MDF Cable Types applied for ADSL

Part Number (*) Description Cable Routing

3FE 24810 xxAA 96-pair POTS/LINE, four connectors 45º up Up, XD-PSP to MDF

3FE 24811 xxAA 96-pair POTS/LINE, four connectors 45º down Down, XD-PSP to MDF

Note — “xx” defines the cable length, for example, “HA”: 20 m,


“HL”: 25 m, “KH”: 60 m, and so on. Refer to “MDF Cable Length”.

Figure 9-42 96 Pair MDF Cables with Connectors 45° Up/Down


685 mm
660 mm
635 mm
610 mm (*)

Label Brown

(*)

Label Green

(*)
Label for marking
identification and
destination Label Orange

(*)

ca 60 mm Label Blue

(*) Connector pin layout

MDF cable with 3EC 24810 xxAA


connector 45˚ down
(for cable routing up)

26
Solder side
1
50

25

MDF cable with


connector 45˚ up
3EC 24811 xxAA
(for cable routing down)

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Number of MDF Cables


Table 9-14 give an overview of the necessary number of MDF cables for routing from
XD-PSP to MDF.

Table 9-14 Overview MDF Cables for Rack with one XD-PSP and one XD-LT Subrack

MDF Cables Number of 24-pair Cables Number of 96-pair Cables Total Number
of MDF Cables
Type per Slot per Subrack per Rack per Subrack per Rack per Rack

LINE 2 32 32 8 8 8 (96-pair)

POTS 2 32 32 8 8 8 (96-pair)

Connection/Locking
The MDF connectors are plugged into to the POTS and LINE connectors on the splitter
boards in the XD-PSP subrack and are locked in place with screws; see to Figure 9-43.

Figure 9-43 Connectors on Splitter Boards for XD-PSP Subrack

POTS conn.

Upper MDF connectors


(routing up)
LINE conn.

ADSL conn.

Lower MDF connectors


POTS conn.
(routing down)

LINE conn.

ADSL conn.

Special Tools
To secure the connectors on the passive splitter boards, a screwdriver with
ball hex tip M2.5 is required. This type of screwdriver permits to work in an angle w.r.t.
the screw.

Figure 9-44 Screwdriver with Ball Hex Tip

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ADSL 01 LINE 01 POTS 01 ADSL 02 LINE 02 POTS 02


ADSL 03 LINE 03 POTS 03 ADSL 04 LINE 04 POTS 04
ADSL 05 LINE 05 POTS 05 ADSL 06 LINE 06 POTS 06
ADSL 07 LINE 07 POTS 07 ADSL 08 LINE 08 POTS 08
ADSL 09 LINE 09 POTS 09 ADSL 10 LINE 10 POTS 10
Upper-Left

Lower-Left
ADSL 11 LINE 11 POTS 11 ADSL 12 LINE 12 POTS 12
ADSL 13 LINE 13 POTS 13 ADSL 14 LINE 14 POTS 14
ADSL 15 LINE 15 POTS 15 ADSL 16 LINE 16 POTS 16
ADSL 17 LINE 17 POTS 17 ADSL 18 LINE 18 POTS 18
ADSL 19 LINE 19 POTS 19 ADSL 20 LINE 20 POTS 20
in an XD-PSP subrack in case of ADSL deployment.

ADSL 21 LINE 21 POTS 21 ADSL 22 LINE 22 POTS 22


ADSL 23 LINE 23 POTS 23 ADSL 24 LINE 24 POTS 24
ADSL 25 LINE 25 POTS 25 ADSL 26 LINE 26 POTS 26
ADSL 27 LINE 27 POTS 27 ADSL 28 LINE 28 POTS 28

Released
ADSL 29 LINE 29 POTS 29 ADSL 30 LINE 30 POTS 30
Upper-Right

Lower-Right
Figure 9-45 Installing MDF Cables in XD-PSP Subrack

ADSL 31 LINE 31 POTS 31 ADSL 32 LINE 32 POTS 32

AP01 AP02 AP03 AP04 AP05 AP06 AP07 AP08 AP09 AP10 AP11 AP12 AP13 AP14 AP15 AP16
Figure 9-45 shows the cabling diagram for installing the MDF (LINE and POTS) cables

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Parts List
Required parts are
• 16 MDF cables (96-pair): 8 up and 8 down, refer to Table 9-13.
• Tie-wraps (5 mm x 190 mm) for tying up and/or bundling cables
• Lacing cord for tying up and/or bundling cables.

Procedure 9-7 LINE and POTS Cabling in Rack with XD-PSP Subrack
Preparing MDF Cables
1 Prepare sixteen 96-pair MDF cables for XD-SP subrack, eight for routing up and eight
for routing down.
Refer to Table 9-13 for the correct cables.

2 Label eight cables for LINE and eight cables for POTS. Refer to Figure 9-45 and to
Table 9-15 to apply the correct label.

Table 9-15 Overview LINE and POTS Cabling in XD-PSP Subrack

Routing 96-pair Cable 24-pair Cable Splitter Slot 24-pair Cable MDF
Label Color Connector Pair Numbers

Left-Down LINE A Blue AP01 LINE 01 LINE 001-024

Orange AP02 LINE 03 LINE 049-072

Green AP03 LINE 05 LINE 097-120

Brown AP04 LINE 07 LINE 145-168


POTS A Blue AP01 POTS 01 POTS 001-024

Orange AP02 POTS 03 POTS 049-072

Green AP03 POTS 05 POTS 097-120

Brown AP04 POTS 07 POTS 145-168

Left-Up LINE B Blue AP01 LINE 02 LINE 025-048

Orange AP02 LINE 04 LINE 073-096

Green AP03 LINE 06 LINE 121-144

Brown AP04 LINE 08 LINE 169-192

POTS B Blue AP01 POTS 02 POTS 025-048

Orange AP02 POTS 04 POTS 073-096


Green AP03 POTS 06 POTS 121-144

Brown AP04 POTS 08 POTS 169-192

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Routing 96-pair Cable 24-pair Cable Splitter Slot 24-pair Cable MDF
Label Color Connector Pair Numbers

Left-Down LINE C Blue AP05 LINE 09 LINE 193-216

Orange AP06 LINE 11 LINE 241-264

Green AP07 LINE 13 LINE 289-312

Brown AP08 LINE 15 LINE 337-360

POTS C Blue AP05 POTS 09 POTS 193-216

Orange AP06 POTS 11 POTS 241-264

Green AP07 POTS 13 POTS 289-312

Brown AP08 POTS 15 POTS 337-360

Left-Up LINE D Blue AP05 LINE 10 LINE 217-240

Orange AP06 LINE 12 LINE 265-288

Green AP07 LINE 14 LINE 313-336

Brown AP08 LINE 16 LINE 361-384

POTS D Blue AP05 POTS 10 POTS 217-240

Orange AP06 POTS 12 POTS 265-288

Green AP07 POTS 14 POTS 313-336

Brown AP08 POTS 16 POTS 361-384

Right-Down LINE E Blue AP12 LINE 23 LINE 529-552

Orange AP11 LINE 21 LINE 481-504

Green AP10 LINE 19 LINE 433-456

Brown AP09 LINE 17 LINE 385-408

POTS E Blue AP12 POTS 23 POTS 529-552

Orange AP11 POTS 21 POTS 481-504

Green AP10 POTS 19 POTS 433-456

Brown AP09 POTS 17 POTS 385-408


Right-Up LINE F Blue AP12 LINE 24 LINE 553-576

Orange AP11 LINE 22 LINE 505-528

Green AP10 LINE 20 LINE 457-480


Brown AP09 LINE 18 LINE 409-432

POTS F Blue AP12 POTS 24 POTS 553-576

Orange AP11 POTS 22 POTS 505-528

Green AP10 POTS 20 POTS 457-480

Brown AP09 POTS 18 POTS 409-432

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Routing 96-pair Cable 24-pair Cable Splitter Slot 24-pair Cable MDF
Label Color Connector Pair Numbers

Right-Down LINE G Blue AP16 LINE 31 LINE 721-744

Orange AP15 LINE 29 LINE 673-696

Green AP14 LINE 27 LINE 625-648


Brown AP13 LINE 25 LINE 577-600

POTS G Blue AP16 POTS 31 POTS 721-744

Orange AP15 POTS 29 POTS 673-696

Green AP14 POTS 27 POTS 625-648

Brown AP13 POTS 25 POTS 577-600

Right-Up LINE H Blue AP16 LINE 32 LINE 745-768


Orange AP15 LINE 30 LINE 697-720

Green AP14 LINE 28 LINE 649-672

Brown AP13 LINE 26 LINE 601-624


POTS H Blue AP16 POTS 32 POTS 745-768

Orange AP15 POTS 30 POTS 697-720

Green AP14 POTS 28 POTS 649-672

Brown AP13 POTS 26 POTS 601-624

3 Select a step in Table 9-16 to start cabling a certain part in the splitter area.

Table 9-16 Overview LINE and POTS Cabling procedures per Splitter Area

Splitter Area Splitter Slots 96-pair Cables Start at


upper-left part AP01 to AP08 LINE B, POTS B, LINE D, POTS D Step 3

lower-left part AP01 to AP08 POTS A, LINE A, POTS C, LINE C Step 12

upper-right part AP16 to AP09 LINE H, POTS H, LINE F, POTS F Step 19

lower-right part AP16 to AP09 POTS G, LINE G, POTS E, LINE E Step 21

Note — Besides pair numbering, the labels can also contain information
about connection at the local MDF (MDF style, block number, cable
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Installing Upper-left Cables: LINE B, POTS B, LINE D and POTS D


4 Disconnect the cables ADSL 02, 04, 06, 08, 10, 12, 14 and 16 from the connectors.

5 Install POTS B (refer to Figure 9-45):

i Run 96-pair cable POTS B from the overhead guide down (in case of overhead
cabling) or from the raised floor up (in case of raised floor cabling) to the XD-PSP
subrack. Route it via the left cable area of the rack to the upper connector area in
the subrack.

ii Enter the four 24-pair cables via the left rack hole into the connector area.
Refer to the color labels to route each cable between the fingerguides to the
appropriate splitter slot and connector:

• Blue cable to slot AP01 - connector POTS 02


• Orange cable to slot AP02 - connector POTS 04
• Green cable to slot AP03 - connector POTS 06
• Brown cable to slot AP04 - connector POTS 08.

iii Plug each connector into the upper POTS connector on the splitter/applique or, if
not present, lock it at the upper position on the dummy plate.

iv Secure the connectors with baillocks.

6 Install LINE B in a similar way as POTS B, but route and connect as follows:

i Route four LINE cables between finger guides on top of installed POTS B cables.

ii Connect to LINE 02, LINE 04, LINE 06 and LINE 08 on splitter or lock at second
position on dummy plate.

7 Install POTS D in a similar way as POTS B, but route and connect as follows:

• Blue cable to AP05 - connector POTS 10


• Orange cable to AP06 - connector POTS 12
• Green cable to AP07 - connector POTS 14
• Brown cable to AP08 - connector POTS 16.

8 Install LINE D in a similar way as POTS D, but route and connect as follows:

i Route four LINE cables between finger guides on top of installed POTS D cables.

ii Connect to LINE 10, LINE 12, LINE 14 and LINE 16 on splitter or lock at second
position on dummy plate.

9 Reconnect the cables ADSL 02, 04, 06, 08, 10, 12, 14 and 16.

10 Secure the LINE, POTS and ADSL cables by sliding a piece of tie wrap in the finger
guides.

11 Properly arrange the 24-pair cables in the connector and the cabling area.
Tie the cables with tie wraps at regular distances. Use rack cable supports to attach
cable bundles.

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Installing Lower-left Cables: POTS A, LINE A, POTS C and LINE C


12 Refer to Table 9-15 for cable overview and Figure 9-45 for the cabling diagram.
Procedures are similar to those of the upper part.

13 Install LINE A.

i Run 96-pair cable LINE A from overhead guide or raised floor to lower left
connector area.

ii Route LINE A cables between finger guides on top of installed ADSL A cables.

iii Refer to color labels to route four 24-pair cables between fingerguides to
appropriate splitter slot and connector:

• Blue cable to slot AP01 - connector LINE 01


• Orange cable to slot AP02 - connector LINE 03
• Green cable to slot AP03 - connector LINE 05
• Brown cable to slot AP04 - connector LINE 07.

iv Connect to lower LINE connector on splitters/appliques or, if not present, lock at


second lowest position on dummy plates.

v Secure connectors with baillocks.

14 Install POTS A in a similar way as LINE A, but route and connect as follows:

i Route POTS A cables between finger guides on top of installed LINE A cables.

ii Connect to POTS A connectors above LINE A connectors on splitters or lock at


third lowest position on dummy plates.

15 Install LINE C in a similar way as LINE A, but route and connect as follows:

• Blue cable to slot AP05 - connector LINE 09


• Orange cable to slot AP06 - connector LINE 11
• Green cable to slot AP07 - connector LINE 13
• Brown cable to slot AP08 - connector LINE 15.

16 Install POTS C in a similar way as LINE C, but route and connect as follows:

i Route POTS C cables between finger guides on top of installed LINE C cables.

ii Connect to POTS C connectors above LINE C connectors on splitters or lock at


second position on dummy plates.

17 Secure the LINE, POTS and ADSL cables by sliding a piece of tie wrap in the finger
guides.

18 Properly arrange the 24-pair cables in the connector and the cabling area.
Tie the cables with tie wraps at regular distances. Use rack cable supports to attach
cable bundles.

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Installing Upper-right Cables: Part: LINE H, POTS H, LINE F and POTS F


19 Refer to Table 9-15 for cable overview and Figure 9-45 for cabling diagram.
Refer to the procedures for the upper-left part. Cabling the upper-right part is performed
in a similar way as for the upper-left part but in reversed order.

20 Start cabling at slot AP 16 with POTS H and LINE H and proceed to the left with POTS F
and LINE F ending at slot AP 09.

Installing Lower-right Cables: Part: POTS G, LINE G, POTS E and LINE E


21 Refer to Table 9-15 for cable overview and Figure 9-45 for cabling diagram.
Refer to the procedures for the lower-left part. Cabling the lower-right part is performed
in a similar way as for the lower-left part but in reversed order.

22 Start cabling at slot AP 16 with LINE G and POTS G, proceed to the left with LINE E and
POTS E ending at slot AP 09.

Routing Cables to MDF


23 Route the sixteen MDF cables (4 LINE and 4 POTS) of the XD-PSP subrack to the MDF
as prescribed by local practices.
Keep cables ordered and tie them together at regular distances.

Connecting Twisted Pairs at MDF


24 At the MDF, connect LINE and POTS cable pairs as prescribed by local practices.

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10 — Installing Side Plates and Door

10.1 Introduction 10-162

10.2 Installing Side Plates 10-162

10.3 Installing Doors 10-163

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10 — Installing Side Plates and Door

10.1 Introduction

This chapter provides the procedures to install:


• side plates
• doors
• key locks

10.2 Installing Side Plates

The following items are required to equip an XD modular rack with side plates (both left
and right side):

Table 10-1 Side Plate Fixing Items

Code Description Quantity Item No. on Figure 10-1

3FE 20160 AAAA Side plate 2 1

1AD 00315 0015 Screw M4 20 2

1AD 00091 0010 Washer M4 20 3

For mounting the side plates on the rack, refer to Figure 10-1

Figure 10-1 Mounting Door of SI Rack

2 3

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10.3 Installing Doors

Door Types
One universal door type, code 3FE 20207 AAAA, is available. This door opens to the left
and is closed by means of two door latch locks.

Door Kits
These kits contain the door and all the needed material for on-site installation of the door
on the rack. The door is by default pre-assembled to open to the left side, but it is possible
in a simple way to change it to open to the right side.

Table 10-2 Door Kits

Code Height Left Right Lock Handle


2200 mm open open

3FE 20153 AAAA X X X X


3FE 20152 AAAA X X X X

Installing Doors
Table 10-3 lists the items to be used for mounting a door on a rack.

Table 10-3 Door Mounting Items

Code Description Quantity See Figure ..


1AD 01183 0005 Foot rubber 3 10-3

3AN 12153 AAAA Rotation pin 1 10-4

1AD 00087 0131 Washer M3 2 10-4

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Figure 10-2 Mounting of SI Rack Door

Foot rubber

Frame ground Rotation pin


to be connected

Note: The frame ground of the rack must be connected to the door.

Figure 10-3 Foot Rubber

Foot
rubber

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Figure 10-4 Rotation Pin

Rotation pin

Note: Both washers must be mounted underneath the rotation pin.

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11 — Installing the 7330 FD Subrack

11.1 Overview 11-168

11.2 Environmental and Mounting Constraints 11-168

11.3 Mounting the 7330 FD Subrack in a 19” Rack 11-169

11.4 Mounting the 7330 FD Subrack in an ETSI Rack 11-171

11.5 Installing the Fan Unit 11-174

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11.1 Overview

This chapter describes how to mount the 7330 FD subrack in:


• a 19” rack
• an ETSI rack

11.2 Environmental and Mounting Constraints

The following is a list of environmental and mounting constraints in CO, CEV, and OSP
cabinets for the 7330 FD subrack:
• Avoid installing the 7330 FD subrack adjacent to any other equipment that exhausts
or takes in cooling air, in order to avoid overheating.
• Any deployment of the 7330 FD subrack in closed cabinets must be in GR-487 or GR-
3108-CORE Class 2 cabinets where, in part the cabinets provide maximum 65°C inlet
air to the fans at a cabinet external ambient temperature of 46°C, 1800 m altitude, and
full solar loading including any preheating of cabinet airflow by other equipment.
• Deployment of the 7330 FD subrack in COs is not recommended for closed cabinets
(only open relay racks). If closed cabinets must be used, the cabinets must provide a
maximum 50°C inlet air to the shelf fans at a CO external ambient temperature of
50°C, 1800 m altitude (GR-63 CO conditions). The cabinet must not restrict shelf
airflow or add temperature rise above GR-63 CO conditions including a preheating of
cabinet airflow by other equipment.
• In CO and CEVs with the 7330 FD subrack, the fan unit can be operated with fan
filters but these filters must be changed only with new fan filters available from
Alcatel every three months or sooner depending on conditions; otherwise,
overheating and thermal failure will result.
• In OSP cabinets with the 7330 FD subrack, the fan unit of the 7330 FD subrack must
be operated without fan filters; otherwise, overheating and thermal failure will result.
• Never operate the 7330 FD subrack without the shelf cover fully installed; otherwise,
overheating and thermal failure will result.
• Never operate the 7330 FD subrack with any empty slots. All slots must contain either
active units or appropriate filler plates; otherwise, overheating, thermal, or EMC/ESD
failure will result. Refer to Table 11-1.
• Never operate the 7330 FD subrack with its fan unit removed or non-operational for
more than 2 minutes.
• The intake and exhaust of all shelf mounting configurations must not contain any
obstructions caused by cabinet mounting hardware, rack hardware, or other electronic
equipment. The intake and exhaust should not obstruct or interfere with shelf-level
airflows so that bulk airflows and slot velocities drop below those listed in Table 11-1.

Table 11-1 Volumetric Flow Rate

Configuration Volumetric flow rate in CFM

Fan - low speed (< 25°C) Fan - high speed (> 40°C)

Outside plant (no fan filter, no obstructions) 140 220

CO (with fan filter, 19” rack) 70 100

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11.3 Mounting the 7330 FD Subrack in a 19” Rack

This section describes how to mount the 7330 FD subrack in a standard 19” frame inside
a CO rack or an outdoor cabinet.

Parts List
The following parts are required:
• One 7330 FD subrack (NFXS-B), 3FE 27796 AAAA
• 8 self-tapping screws M6 x 10 mm
Note: the fixing material is not included with the FD subrack
• a 19”grounded rack, or equivalent, that can accommodate the 7330 FD subrack

Recommended Tools
The following tools are recommended:
• TORX M6 screwdriver
• Protective gloves.

Procedure 11-1 Mounting the 7330 FD subrack in a Rack

Proceed as follows to mount the 7330 FD subrack in a rack:

1 Put on the antistatic wrist strap and connect it to a grounding point.

2 Mount the 7330 FD subrack on the supports with 8 M6 screws; see Figure 11-1. Figure
11-2 shows the mounted 7330 FD subrack.

Figure 11-1 Mounting the 7330 FD subrack in a 19” Frame

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Figure 11-2 7330 FD Subrack Mounted in 19” Rack

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11.4 Mounting the 7330 FD Subrack in an ETSI Rack

This section describes how to mount the 7330 FD subrack in an ETSI rack inside a CO
rack or an outdoor cabinet.

Parts List
The following parts are required:
• One 7330 FD subrack, 3FE 27796 AAAA
• Two mounting brackets, see Figure 11-3:
• left-side mounting bracket: 3FE 29043 AAAA
• right-side mounting bracket: 3FE 28144 AAAA
• 16 self-tapping screws M6 x 10 mm
Note: the fixing material is not included with the FD subrack
• an ETSI rack

Figure 11-3 Left-side Mounting Bracket

Left-side mounting bracket Right-side mounting bracket

Recommended Tools
The following tools are recommended:
• TORX M6 screwdriver
• Protective gloves.

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Procedure 11-2 Mounting the 7330 FD subrack in a Rack

Proceed as follows to mount the 7330 FD subrack in a rack:

1 Put on the antistatic wrist strap and connect it to a grounding point.

2 Mount the left-side bracket and the right-side bracket on the 7330 FD subrack with 8 M6
screws; see Figure 11-4.

Figure 11-4 Mounting the Brackets on the 7330 FD Subrack

3 Mount the 7330 FD subrack on the supports with 8 M6 screws; see Figure 11-5. Figure
11-6 shows the mounted 7330 FD subrack.

Figure 11-5 Mounting the 7330 FD subrack in an ETSI Rack

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Figure 11-6 7330 FD Subrack Mounted in an ETSI Rack

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11.5 Installing the Fan Unit

The fan unit is a field replaceable unit with wide voltage range fans, an alarm interface
board and (optional) a dust filter. It is installed in the subrack fan area and plugs directly
into the backplane connectors providing connection.
The fan unit can be shipped factory installed in the rack, but can also be ordered as
separate unit for replacement on site.
It can be hot inserted in the subrack, it has no ON/OFF switch but removing it disconnects
power provided from the backplane.

Warning — Hot insertion of the fan unit can sometimes cause service
disruption.

The fan unit of each subrack must be equipped with a dust filter.

Danger — Risk of fire and equipment damage or system failure when


cooling with the wrong fan unit, when the fans are off or when the dust
filter is dirty.
When a subrack in a powered system contains the wrong type of fan unit
(for example, a fan unit with four instead of eight fans) or when fans are
failing or out of operation, there is a risk of active plug-in units
overheating. Fan units with dirty dust filters might no longer assure
sufficient air cooling. Plug-in units might get seriously damaged, even
ignite, or cause a system failure.
Observe the following rules:
• Before switching on the rack power, make sure the correct type of fan
unit is installed and that the fan unit is equipped with a clean dust
filter.
• Keep all the fans in operation as long as the system is active.
• When replacing a fan unit of an active system (for example, during
maintenance, expansion or upgrade), never keep the fan area empty
for longer than five minutes.
• Make sure the dust filter is clean and replace it, depending on the
amount of dust in the CO, every three to six months.

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Procedure 11-3 Installing the Fan Unit

Proceed as follows to install (or replace) the fan unit:

1 Remove the fan unit from its shipping packaging and inspect it for damage. If damaged,
do not mount the fan unit but notify the transportation carrier and Alcatel immediately.

2 In case of replacement, remove the installed fan unit:

i Loosen the captive screw (see Figure 11-7).

ii Pull the unit out of the fan area.

Figure 11-7 Captive Screws

Captive screw
filter
Captive screw fan unit

3 If the system is active, keep in mind the maximum time (five minutes) fans are allowed
to be out of operation (see Danger warning).

4 Gently insert the fan unit into the fan area until the backplane connectors are fully mated.
Secure the unit by tightening the captive screw.

5 In the same way, install the fan units of other subrack(s), if any.

6 Mount a dust filter in the fan unit of each subrack or replace it, if required (each three to
six months, depending on the amount of dust in the CO).

i Loosen the captive screw of the filter (see Figure 11-7)

ii Slide the filter out of the fan unit.

iii Slide the new filter in the fan unit.

iv Tighten the captive screw.

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12.1 Introduction 12-178

12.2 Safety Precautions 12-178

12.3 Power Cabling 12-179

12.4 Subrack Grounding Connection 12-182

12.5 Alarm Cabling 12-183

12.6 Optical Fiber Management 12-185

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12.1 Introduction

This chapter describes the following:


• Applicable safety precautions
• Rack power connection
• Subrack grounding connection
• Alarm cable connection
• Optical fiber management

12.2 Safety Precautions

The following safety precautions apply:


Danger 1 — Before working on the power supply unit, verify if it is not
live.
If the power supply is live, which can deliver -48Vdc or -60Vdc, you
must use an insulated tool kit and consult the manual on working on live
components.
Danger 2 — Avoid risk of electric shock!

Always wear protective gloves and footwear for all handling tasks.
Carefully follow the instructions.

Warning 1 — Before connecting to the mains power, verify the


specifications of all equipped fan units to ensure the correct voltage will
be supplied (-48 Vdc or -60 Vdc) to these units.
Warning 2 — When no power is supplied, all fasteners requiring a
specific torque must be tightened moderately before final tightening with
a torque wrench or driver.
When power is supplied, tighten fasteners with insulated tools, according
to the specified torque.

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12.3 Power Cabling

General

Power Distribution Frame


The 7330 FD subrack operates with -48 Vdc supplied by battery power sources in the
CO. This power is provided by the Power Distribution Frame (PDF) to the subracks.

Cable Routing
Power cables are routed from the PDF to the subrack and are connected at the input
terminal block inside the 7330 FD subrack.
In order to minimize interference and optimize DSL performance, it is advisable, but not
a minimum requirement, to route cables using separate channels for signal and power
cables.
Keeping a distance of 10 cm between signal and power cables is advisable where it
imposes no practical problems.
Crossing of signal cables with power cables and parallel routing over short distances are
acceptable.

Power Unit
The 7330 FD subrack is designed to be used as stand-alone equipment. It is equipped
with a power unit.
The power unit is covered with a plastic safety cover; see Figure 12-1.

Figure 12-1 Safety Cover

Safety cover

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The power unit is located at the bottom left of the subrack, see Figure 12-2.

Figure 12-2 7330 FD Subrack Power Unit

Power unit

Power Cable Type


Table 12-1 shows the different cables that can be used for external power cabling.

Table 12-1 External Power Connection Cables

Cable Description Code

Power cable 16mm2 3FE 29498 AAAA

Power cable 25mm2 3FE 29499 AAAA

All the power cables are equipped with an M5 lug at one end.

Figure 12-3 External Power Cable


Label

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Procedure 12-1 Connecting the Power Cables to the 7330 FD Subrack

Proceed as follows:

1 Remove the safety cover; see Figure 12-1:

i Loosen the 4 screws

ii Remove the safety cover

2 Remove the nuts from the power terminals.

3 Guide the power cables through the cable guide and connect them to the power
terminals as shown in Figure 12-4

Figure 12-4 Power Terminals

RET A
BAT A PWR SYS

Power presence
indication

Cable guide RET B BAT B

4 Fasten the nuts back on the power terminals.

5 Place the safety cover back in its location and fasten it with the 4 screws.

Note — When the power cables are connected and BATA or BATB power
is on, a green LED at the righ bottom of the FD 7330 subrack is on, showing
the availability of power (even when the circuit breaker is in the “off”
position); see Figure 12-4.

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12.4 Subrack Grounding Connection

Warning — Possible risk of personal injury or damage to equipment due


to inaccurate or faulty ground cabling.
Inaccurate grounding connection can cause electric shock or equipment
damage when the rack power is switched on.

Cable Type
The subrack grounding cable is a 25mm2 yellow-green grounding cable (cable code 3FE
29500 AAAA) with a double 8 mm lug at one end; see Figure 12-5.

Figure 12-5 Grounding Cable


L

Procedure 12-2 Connecting the Grounding Cable

Proceed as follows:

1 Route the grounding cable to the left side of the subrack and to the bottom of the
subrack.

2 Connect the double lug to the grounding cable connection point as shown in Figure

Figure 12-6 Grounding Cable Connection

Ground
cable
connection

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12.5 Alarm Cabling

External Alarm
The external alarm signal can be routed via an external alarm cable
(code 3FE 29568 AAAA). This is a signal cable with a DSUB-15 connector. The cable
has an angle of 45° with regard to the connector. The connector is shown in Figure 12-7.

Figure 12-7 External Alarm Cable


33.5

15.2

31.84
35.88

12
45˚

o
Figure 12-8 shows how the cables must be connected to the 7330 FD subrack.

Figure 12-8 Alarm Cable Connection

Alarm down Alarm up

The “Alarm up” interface is used to cascade the system alarm signals from this 7330 FD
subrack to another 7330 FD subrack.
The “Alarm down” interface is used to cascade the system alarm signals from another
7330 FD subrack to this 7330 FD subrack.

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Door Alarm
The door alarm cable is a straight UTP-5 cable with an RJ45 connector. Figure 12-9
shows where the cable must be connected to the 7330 FD subrack.

Figure 12-9 External Alarm DSUB-15 Connector

UP DOWN DOOR

Alarm LED
The alarm LED signal can be cascaded between 7330 FD subracks. The alarm cable is a
straight UTP-5 cable with an RJ45 connector.
Figure 12-10 shows how the cables must be connected to the 7330 FD subrack.

Figure 12-10 Alarm Cable Connection

UP DOWN DOOR

The “UP” interface is used to cascade the alarm LED signal from this 7330 FD subrack
to another 7330 FD subrack.
The “DOWN” interface is used to cascade the alarm LEd signal from another 7330 FD
subrack to this 7330 FD subrack.

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12.6 Optical Fiber Management

These procedures describe the routing and connection of fiber cables for optical units in
7330 FD subracks.

General
The optical fiber management for the 7330 FD subrack is based on the following
concepts:
1 Vertical fiber routing of the optical fibers out of the rack towards overhead fiber cable
trays is foreseen in the 2 vertical fiber cable channels located at the front left and front
right side of the rack (see Figure 12-11).
2 Fiber routing and management within the 7330 FD subracks towards the dedicated
fiber outlets of the subrack.
3 Optional fiber protection and bending protection items.

Note — It is advised to protect the SFP cages, which are not equipped
with SFP modules, with dust cover 1AD 00847 0003 in order to prevent
dust intrusion.

Optical Units
The optical units, which are supported in the 7330 FD subrack are listed in Table 12-2.

Table 12-2 Supported Optical Units in 7330 FD Subrack

Unit Alcatel Optical Interface Maximum


Code number
Port Nr. Type of fibers

NANT-A 3FE 26698 AXXX Port 1 1000BASE-X SFP 2x2


Port 2

NCNC-C 3FE 28212 AAAA Port 1 1000BASE-X SFP 12 x 2


Port 2
Port 3
Port 4
Port 5
Port 6
Port 7
Port 8
Port 9
Port 10
Port 11
Port 12

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Fiber Cable Routing


The fiber cables from the NT and NT I/O boards are routed in the 7330 FD subrack as
follows (see Figure 12-11):
• for the NT boards: the fiber cables are routed to the right of the subrack and then down
via the fiber management elements (mounted on the fan unit). They leave the subrack
via the right.
• for the NT I/O board: the fiber cables are routed to the left side of the subrack and then
up.

Figure 12-11 Fiber Routing for Optical Units in NT and NT I/O Slots

Fiber bending management (mounted on the fan unit) is used to prevent fibers from
bending in a sharp angle.

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13.1 Introduction 13-188

13.2 Subrack Areas and Slot Positions 13-188

13.3 Recommended Tools 13-190

13.4 Installation Procedures 13-191

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13.1 Introduction

This chapter gives the procedures to install Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) in an
7330 FD subrack.

Note — For an overview of the supported boards, refer to the


7302 ISAM Product Information.

13.2 Subrack Areas and Slot Positions

This section gives the layout of the different supported subracks, showing the areas and
the slot positions.

7330 FD Subrack
For an 7330 FD subrack, the slot positions can vary depending on the used configuration:
• an 7330 FD subrack equipped only with LT boards is indicated as 7330 FD-LT:
• for the slot positions of an 7330 FD-LT subrack and with NT redundancy; see Figure 13-
1
• for the slot positions of an 7330 FD-LT subrack and without NT redundancy; see
Figure 13-2
• an 7330 FD subrack equipped with both LT boards and splitter boards is indicated as
7330 FD-Combo:
• for the slot positions of an 7330 FD-Combo subrack and with NT redundancy; see
Figure 13-3
• for the slot positions of an 7330 FD-Combo subrack and without NT redundancy; see
Figure 13-4

Figure 13-1 Slot Positions in 7330 FD-LT (with NT redundancy)


LT 8
LT 7
LT 6
LT 5
LT 4
LT 3
LT 2 FAN

LT 1

BITS CRAFT Mngt NT B SFP1 SFP2

NT I/O
BITS CRAFT Mngt NT A SFP1 SFP2

EMA-GFC

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Figure 13-2 Slot Positions in 7330 FD-LT (no NT redundancy)


LT 8
LT 7
LT 6
LT 5
LT 4
LT 3
LT 2 FAN

LT 1
LT 10

LT 9

BITS CRAFT Mngt NT A SFP1 SFP2

EMA-GFC

Figure 13-3 Slot Positions in 7330 FD-Combo (with NT redundancy)


SP 4
LT 4
SP 3
LT 3
SP 2
LT 2
SP 1 FAN

LT 1

BITS CRAFT Mngt NT B SFP1 SFP2

NT I/O
BITS CRAFT Mngt NT A SFP1 SFP2

EMA-GFC

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Figure 13-4 Slot Positions in 7330 FD-Combo (no NT redundancy)


SP 4
LT 4
SP 3
LT 3
SP 2
LT 2
SP 1 FAN

LT 1
SP 5

LT 5

BITS CRAFT Mngt NT A SFP1 SFP2

EMA-GFC

Table 13-1 shows the maximum number of boards that can be installed in an 7330 FD
subrack for the different configurations.

Table 13-1 Number of Boards

Configuration with NT redundancy without NT redundancy

7330 FD-Combo 4 LT boards and 4 splitter boards 5 LT boards and 5 splitter boards
7330 FD-LT 5 LT boards 10 LT boards

13.3 Recommended Tools

The following tools are recommended:


• Screwdriver to secure boards
• Antistatic wrist strap for handling boards with ESD sensitive devices
• Ohmmeter to check connection of wrist strap to earth bounding point.
• Philips screwdriver M2.5.
Note: This screwdriver is only required when the front stiffener must be removed.

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13.4 Installation Procedures

This section describes the installation procedures of the boards supported in your system.
Table 13-2 shows which procedure is applicable for your system.

Table 13-2 Applicable Procedures per System

Procedure Procedure

Installing ESD Sensitive Boards 13-1

Removing the Stiffener 13-2

Installing the NT Boards 13-3

Installing an NT I/O Board 13-4

Installing LT Boards in 7330 FD Subrack 13-5

Installing Splitter Boards in 7330 FD Subrack 13-6

Procedure 13-1 Installing ESD Sensitive Boards

This general procedure describes the installation of plug-in boards containing devices that
susceptible to ESD. Other procedures describing installation of ESD sensitive boards refer to
this general procedure.

General

Boards or assemblies with ESD sensitive devices are labelled or tagged with the ESD
awareness symbol shown in Figure 13-5.

Figure 13-5 ESD Awareness Symbol

Caution — Risk of damage to equipment with ESD sensitive devices.

Most boards and powered equipment contain devices that are susceptible to
ESD. ESD could damage these or other devices in unconnected circuit
conditions.

Ensure that ESD conditions meet requirements of ETS 300 386 1 2.

Carefully follow these rules when handling ESD sensitive boards.

• Transport and store boards in ESD protective bags or boxes


• Make sure to wear a grounded wrist strap before handling
• DO NOT touch circuit traces or components on the board
• Handle boards at front and side edges only.

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Procedure
1 Review requirements (ETS 300 386 1 2) for handling ESD boards.

2 Put on the antistatic wrist strap and connect it to the Earth Bonding Point at the bottom
of the 7330 FD subrack, it carries the label of Figure 13-6.

Figure 13-6 Label for Earth Bonding Point

EARTH
BONDING
POINT

3 Test the ESD wrist strap with the ohmmeter to ensure effectiveness, it must measure
1 MOhm +/- 20% to ground.

4 Remove the board from the ESD protective bag.

5 Perform specific steps, if any, for boards to be installed (for example, switches, jumper
setting,...).

6 Slide the boards into the slot and use the ejector handles to engage the board in the
backplane (see Figure 13-7).

Figure 13-7 Ejector Handle

Withdrawal

Insertion

Guiding plate

7 Lock the board in place with the fixation screws located at the top and the bottom of the
faceplate of the board (see Figure 13-8).

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Figure 13-8 Fixation Screws


Fixation screws

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5mm Stiffener
To adjust the difference between the width of the NT board (30mm) and the width of the
LT board (25mm), a 5mm stiffener is mounted above the slot for NTB/LT10 in the
7330 FD subrack; see Figure 13-10.
The stiffener is a sheet-metal part made of 1mm stainless steel board. Two M2.5 screws
are enclosed in the 5mm stiffener assembly to mount the part in the subrack. Also, gasket
foam is attached on the stiffener to ensure EMI shielding.

Figure 13-9 5mm Stiffener

Figure 13-10 Position of 5 mm Stiffener

If the 7330 FD subrack will be used in a 8 LT configuration, this stiffener has to be


removed before the NT board can be installed in slot NTB/LT10.

Procedure 13-2 Removing the Stiffener

Proceed as follows

1 To mount the 5mm stiffener:

i Place the stiffener as shown in Figure 13-10.

ii Tighten the fixation screws.

2 To remove the stiffener:

i Remove the fixation screws.

ii Remove the stiffener.

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Procedure 13-3 Installing the NT Boards

General

An 7330 FD subrack has one or two redundant Network Termination (NT) boards.

The single (first) NT board is inserted in slot NT A, the redundant board, if any, in slot NT B
(see Figures 13-3).

Note — Before the NT board can be installed in slot NTB, the 5 mm front
stiffener has to be removed. See Procedure 13-2.

Figure 13-11 NT Slots in 7330 FD Subrack

NT B

NT A

Danger — Risk of eye damage or skin burns by LASER emission.

When installing optical boards or handling optical fibers, never look inside
connectors of boards or fibers when these are not connected.

Put end caps on open connectors to protect against unexpected emission.

Caution — Risk of damage by ESD when board is not connected.

This board contains devices that are susceptible to damage caused by ESD
in unconnected circuit conditions.

Carefully follow ESD safety precautions.

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Procedure
1 Remove the NT board from its ESD protective bag. Make sure to wear the antistatic wrist
strap.

2 Slide the NT board in the NT A slot of the subrack and lock with insertion tabs. Refer to
Figure 13-11.
The board first displays a heartbeat signal, that is, the green “PWR” LED is flashing.
Then it displays an enabling operation signal, that is,

• the green “PWR” LED is steady on,


• the green “A/S” LED is steady on,
• the red “ALM” LED is off.

3 Install the second NT board in slot NT B in the same manner.

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Procedure 13-4 Installing an NT I/O Board

General

Each subrack containing one or two redundant NT boards can have an NT I/O applique.

The NT I/O applique is a single board installed which is installed in the NT I/O slot between
the two NT slots of the 7330 FD subrack, see Figure 13-12.

Figure 13-12 Installing NT I/O Board in 7330 FD Subrack

NT I/O

Procedure
1 Locate the single NT I/O slot between the two NT slots.(Figure 13-12).

2 Remove the NT I/O applique from its protective bag.

3 Insert it in the NT I/O slot, lock the insertion tabs and secure the board with the front plate
screws (torque 0.6 Nm).

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Procedure 13-5 Installing LT Boards in 7330 FD Subrack

General

Depending on the configuration, the 7330 FD subrack can house up to 10 Line Termination
(LT) boards. Refer to Table 13-3.

Table 13-3 Number of Boards

Configuration with NT redundancy without NT redundancy

7330 FD-LT 8 LT boards 10 LT boards

7330 FD-Combo 4 LT boards 5 LT boards

Figure 13-13 shows the slots for the LTs when the 7330 FD subrack is used in Combo
configuration and with NT redundancy.

Figure 13-13 Installing LT Boards in 7330 FD Combo Subrack

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Procedure
1 Locate the free LT slots for mounting the LT boards. Refer to Figure 13-13.

2 Remove the LT board from its ESD protective bag. Make sure to wear the antistatic wrist
strap.

Caution — Risk of damage by ESD when board is not connected.

This board contains devices that are susceptible to damage caused by ESD
in unconnected circuit conditions.

Carefully follow ESD safety precautions.


3 Slide the LT in the appropriate LT slot. Lock with insertion tabs.
The board first displays a heartbeat signal, that is, the green “PWR” LED is flashing.
Then it displays an enabling operation signal, that is:

• the green “PWR” LED is steady on,


• the red “ALM” LED is off.

4 In the same way, install all the planned LTs of the subrack.

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Procedure 13-6 Installing Splitter Boards in 7330 FD Subrack

General

Depending on the configuration, the 7330 FD subrack can house up to 5 splitter boards. Refer
to Table 13-4.

Table 13-4 Number of Boards

Configuration with NT redundancy without NT redundancy

7330 FD Combo 4 SP boards 5 SP boards

Figure 13-14 shows the slots for the splitter boards when the 7330 FD subrack is used in
Combo configuration and with NT redundancy.

The splitter boards are placed above the corresponding LT board.

Figure 13-14 Installing Splitter Boards in 7330 FD Combo Subrack

Procedure
1 Locate the AP slot corresponding with the slot which is housing the LT in the 7330 FD
subrack.

2 Disconnect the MDF cables and remove the dummy plate, if present (see “MDF
Cabling”).

3 Remove the splitter from its protective bag.

4 Insert the board in the AP slot and lock with insertion tabs.

5 Connect the MDF cables, if any, to the four front plate connectors.

6 In the same way, install a splitter for each equipped LT board in the 7330 FD subrack.

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14.1 Introduction 14-202

14.2 General Information and Cable Routing Guidelines 14-203

14.3 Procedures 14-205

14.4 Interconnection Cabling in Rack with 7330 FD-Combo


Subrack 14-206

14.5 POTS and LINE Cabling (2x24-pair) for 7330 FD-Combo


Subrack 14-210

14.6 POTS and LINE Cabling (96-pair) for 7330 FD-Combo


Subrack 14-215

14.7 MDF Cabling between 7330 FD Subrack and MDF Splitter 14-221

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14.1 Introduction

Overview
This chapter describes the procedures to install MDF cables:
• between 7330 FD-LT subrack and Main Distribution Frame (MDF) in the CO
• between 7330 FD-Combo subrack and Main Distribution Frame (MDF) in the CO:
• between LT boards and splitter boards
• between splitter boards and MDF

Note — The following applies for an 7330 FD subrack:

• An 7330 FD-LT subrack is an 7330 FD subrack equipped only with


LT boards.
• An 7330 FD-Combo subrack is an 7330 FD subrack equipped with LT
boards and splitter boards.

Cables

• xDSL cables are used to connect an 7330 FD-LT subrack directly to the MDF
• LINE and POTS cables are used to connect splitter boards in the 7330 FD-Combo
subrack to the MDF.

Warning — Possibility of damage to equipment.

Connecting xDSL equipment to non-compliant POTS line boards could


result in damage to xDSL equipment.
Non-compliant POTS line boards may not have the required secondary
surge protection or current limiting function during specific, valid
operation states.

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14.2 General Information and Cable Routing Guidelines

This section gives general information and cable routing guidelines for MDF cabling.

Dummy Plates
As long as not all splitters (or appliques) are equipped in a subrack, dummy plates must
be mounted in the empty slots to secure EMC-shielding and to fix loose LINE and POTS
cables, if present.
• Dummy plate for 7330 FD subrack: 3FE 27338 ABAA

Figure 14-1 Dummy plate for 7330 FD subrack

At slot deployment, the dummy plate is replaced by the appropriate board and the cables
are connected to the board.

Labeling
The cable ends are labeled for identification and destination and can have other markings
depending on local practices.

MDF Cable Length


When a cable can have different lengths, then the cable code is mentioned as for “xx”
defines the cable length. For example, 3FE 29405 HLAA is the code for a cable type
3FE 29405 with a length of 25 m. Figure 14-2 gives an overview of the different possible
combinations.

Figure 14-2 MDF Cable Length Denomination Combinations


First letter
Second letter A B C D E F G H J K L M N P R
A 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 6.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 50.00 80.00 120.00 220.00 420.00 620.00
B 0.05 1.05 2.05 3.05 4.10 6.20 10.50 20.50 31.00 51.50 82.00 125.00 230.00 430.00 640.00
C 0.10 1.10 2.10 3.10 4.20 6.40 11.00 21.00 32.00 53.00 84.00 130.00 240.00 440.00 660.00
D 0.15 1.15 2.15 3.15 4.30 6.60 11.50 21.50 33.00 54.50 86.00 135.00 250.00 450.00 680.00
E 0.20 1.20 2.20 3.20 4.40 6.80 12.00 22.00 34.00 56.00 88.00 140.00 260.00 460.00 700.00
F 0.25 1.25 2.25 3.25 4.50 7.00 12.50 22.50 35.00 57.50 90.00 145.00 270.00 470.00 720.00
G 0.30 1.30 2.30 3.30 4.60 7.20 13.00 23.00 36.00 59.00 92.00 150.00 280.00 480.00 740.00
H 0.35 1.35 2.35 3.35 4.70 7.40 13.50 23.50 37.00 60.50 94.00 155.00 290.00 490.00 760.00
I 0.40 1.40 2.40 3.40 4.80 7.60 14.00 24.00 38.00 62.00 96.00 160.00 300.00 500.00 780.00
K 0.45 1.45 2.45 3.45 4.90 7.80 14.50 24.50 39.00 63.50 98.00 165.00 310.00 510.00 800.00
L 0.50 1.50 2.50 3.50 5.00 8.00 15.00 25.00 40.00 65.00 100.00 170.00 320.00 520.00 820.00
M 0.55 1.55 2.55 3.55 5.10 8.20 15.50 25.50 41.00 66.50 102.00 175.00 330.00 530.00 840.00
N 0.60 1.60 2.60 3.60 5.20 8.40 16.00 26.00 42.00 68.00 104.00 180.00 340.00 540.00 860.00
P 0.65 1.65 2.65 3.65 5.30 8.60 16.50 26.50 43.00 69.50 106.00 185.00 350.00 550.00 880.00
R 0.70 1.70 2.70 3.70 5.40 8.80 17.00 27.00 44.00 71.00 108.00 190.00 360.00 560.00 900.00
S 0.75 1.75 2.75 3.75 5.50 9.00 17.50 27.50 45.00 72.50 110.00 195.00 370.00 570.00 920.00
T 0.80 1.80 2.80 3.80 5.60 9.20 18.00 28.00 46.00 74.00 112.00 200.00 380.00 580.00 940.00
V 0.85 1.85 2.85 3.85 5.70 9.40 18.50 28.50 47.00 75.50 114.00 205.00 390.00 590.00 960.00
W 0.90 1.90 2.90 3.90 5.80 9.60 19.00 29.00 48.00 77.00 116.00 210.00 400.00 600.00 980.00
Y 0.95 1.95 2.95 3.95 5.90 9.80 19.50 29.50 49.00 78.50 118.00 215.00 410.00 610.00 1000.00

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MDF Cabling Guidelines


The following guidelines must be observed when installing MDF cabling:

Note — The order of MDF cabling is not compulsory.

The order in which MDF cables are installed in following procedures can,
but must not be applied. However, it is recommended to:
• Run 96-pair cables by two or four. They connect to four or eight
successive splitters (the connectors of one 96-pair cable fit four
adjacent LINE or POTS connectors).
• When cabling the upper part of the splitter area, first fit LINE then fit
POTS connectors, when cabling the lower part, first fit POTS then fit
LINE connectors.

Note — Bundle and route cables in an orderly and efficient way.

Keep cables in the correct order when bundling and routing.


Tie up cables at regular distances with tie wraps and/or lacing cord, use
subrack bars, rack supports and overhead cable guides.
Put the cable (bundles) as tight as possible to each other. Efficiently use
all space available in the areas between racks, in guides overhead and
under raised floor.

Caution — Risk of performance degradation for VDSL when


non-VDSL-specific cables are used for LINE cabling.
It is recommended to upgrade the LINE SIDE cabling of the subrack,
when VDSL deployment is foreseen.

Caution — Risk of EMC disturbance when MDF cables are not


shielded.
When MDF cables have no or insufficient shielding, the xDSL and POTS
signals carried could suffer from EMC disturbance, certainly when
mixing different xDSL signal types (for example, xDSL over POTS with
xDSL over ISDN or SHDSL).
To comply with EMC, it is recommended to:
• Apply shielded LINE and POTS cables between the MDF and the rack
(Alcatel always provides shielded cables)
• Connect, if possible, the shielding of each MDF cable to Ground at
MDF end.

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14.3 Procedures

The following procedures are described in this chapter:


If the 7330 FD subrack is used in Combo configuration (that is, the subrack is equipped
with LT boards and splitter boards):
• for the internal cabling between the LT boards and the splitter boards in the 7330
FD-Combo subrack, refer to 14.4
• for the POTS and LINE cabling between the splitter boards in the 7330 FD-Combo
subrack and the MDF:
• for cabling with 2x24-pair cables, refer to 14.5
• for cabling with 96-pair cables, refer to 14.6
• for the MDF cabling between VDSL boards in the 7330 FD-LT subrack and the
splitters mounted in the MDF, refer to 14.7

Note — All the procedures are described for fully equipped subracks.

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14.4 Interconnection Cabling in Rack with 7330 FD-Combo


Subrack

This section describes the cabling procedure for ADSL interconnection cabling between
the LT boards and the splitter boards in an 7330 FD-Combo subrack. Figure 14-3 shows
an example.

Figure 14-3 Interconnection Cabling in Rack with 7330 FD-Combo Subrack

Cable Type
The required cable is an S-shaped, 175 mm long cable (3FE 27677 AAAA); refer to
Figure 14-4.

Figure 14-4 S-Shaped ADSL Interconnection Cable

175

Solder side
76 100

1 25

Note — Refer to Appendix A.4 for the wiring list of the CHAMP100
connectors.

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Number of MDF Cables


For a subrack equipped with 4 LTs and 4 splitter boards (refer to Figure 14-5), 4 cables
are required.

Figure 14-5 7330 FD-Combo Subrack with 4 LTs and 4 Splitter Boards
SP 4
LT 4
SP 3
LT 3
SP 2
LT 2
SP 1 FAN

LT 1

BITS CRAFT Mngt NT B SFP1 SFP2

NT I/O
BITS CRAFT Mngt NT A SFP1 SFP2

EMA-GFC

For a subrack equipped with 5 LTs and 5 splitter boards (refer to Figure 14-6), 5 cables
are required.

Figure 14-6 7330 FD-Combo Subrack with 5 LTs and 5 Splitter Boards

SP 4
LT 4
SP 3
LT 3
SP 2
LT 2
SP 1 FAN

LT 1
SP 5

LT 5

BITS CRAFT Mngt NT A SFP1 SFP2

EMA-GFC

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Connection/Locking
The cables are plugged into the connectors on the LT boards and the splitter boards and
are locked in place with baillocks; see Figure 14-7.

Figure 14-7 Baillocks

Baillocks

Cabling Diagram
Figure 14-8 shows the cabling diagram for installing the ADSL interconnection cables in
an 7330 FD-Combo subrack (configuration with 4 LTs and 4 splitter boards is shown).

Figure 14-8 Installing ADSL Interconnection Cables in 7330 FD-Combo Subrack

SP 4

LT 4

SP 3

LT 3

SP 2

LT 2

SP 1

LT 1

NTA

NTIO

NT B

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Parts List
Required parts are
• Four (or five) S-shaped interconnection cables (3FE 27677 AAAA) per equipped
7330 FD-Combo subrack.

Procedure 14-1 Interconnection Cabling in 7330 FD-Combo Subrack


1 Prepare the S-shaped interconnection cables for the 7330 FD-Combo subracks, eight
(or nine) cables per installed subrack.

2 For each cable:

i Connect one end to the connector on the LT board.

ii Connect the other end to the lower connector of the splitter board below; refer to
Figure 14-8.

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14.5 POTS and LINE Cabling (2x24-pair) for 7330 FD-Combo


Subrack

This section describes the POTS and LINE cabling procedure with 2x24-pair cables
between the splitter boards in an 7330 FD-Combo subrack and the MDF. Figure 14-9
shows an example.

Figure 14-9 POTS/LINE Cabling for 7330 FD-Combo subrack with 2x24-pair Cables

Cable Type
The required cable is an MDF cable with two bundles of 24-pair cables and one
CHAMP100 connector; refer to Figure 14-4.

Figure 14-10 2x24-pair MDF Cable

Solder side
76 100

1 25

The cable code is 3FE 26725 xxAA.

Note 1 — “xx” defines the cable length, for example, “HA”: 20 m,


“HL”: 25 m, “KH”: 60 m, and so on. Refer to “MDF Cable Length”.
Note 2 — Refer to Appendix A.4 for the wiring list of the CHAMP100
connector.

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Number of MDF Cables


For a subrack equipped with 4 LTs and 4 splitter boards (refer to Figure 14-11), 8 cables
are required (4 for POTS and 4 for LINE).

Figure 14-11 7330 FD-Combo Subrack with 4 LTs and 4 Splitter Boards
SP 4
LT 4
SP 3
LT 3
SP 2
LT 2
SP 1 FAN

LT 1

BITS CRAFT Mngt NT B SFP1 SFP2

NT I/O
BITS CRAFT Mngt NT A SFP1 SFP2

EMA-GFC

For a subrack equipped with 5 LTs and 5 splitter boards (refer to Figure 14-12), 10 cables
are required (5 for POTS and 5 for LINE).

Figure 14-12 7330 FD-Combo Subrack with 5 LTs and 5 Splitter Boards

SP 4
LT 4
SP 3
LT 3
SP 2
LT 2
SP 1 FAN

LT 1
SP 5

LT 5

BITS CRAFT Mngt NT A SFP1 SFP2

EMA-GFC

Connection/Locking
The cables are plugged into the connectors on the splitter boards and are locked in place
with baillocks; see Figure 14-7.

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Cabling Diagram
Figure 14-13 shows the cabling diagram for installing the 2x24-pair MDF cables in an
7330 FD-Combo subrack (configuration with 4 LTs and 4 splitter boards is shown).

Figure 14-13 Installing 2x24-pair MDF Cables in 7330 FD-Combo Subrack

POTS 01 LINE 01

POTS 02 LINE 02

POTS 03 LINE 03

POTS 04 LINE 04

Parts List
Required parts are
• 8 (or 10) 2x24-pair MDF cables (3FE 26725 AAAA) per equipped 7330 FD-Combo
subrack.
• Tie-wraps (5 mm x 190 mm) for tying up and/or bundling cables.
• Lacing cord for tying up and/or bundling cables.

Note — The procedure will be given for the installation of 8 cables.

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Procedure 14-2 2x24 MDF Cabling in 7330 FD-Combo Subrack


1 Prepare the 2x24-pair MDF cables for the 7330 FD-Combo subracks, 8 (or 10) cables
per installed subrack.

2 Label 8 cables for the first subrack. Refer to Figure 14-13 for the position of the
connectors on the splitter boards and to Table 14-1 to define the labels.

Table 14-1 Overview MDF Cabling for 7330 FD-Combo Subrack

2x24-pair Cable Label Splitter board Splitter board Connector Cable Pair Numbers

POTS 01 SP 01 POTS (left) POTS 01-48

POTS 02 SP 02 POTS (left) POTS 49-96


POTS 03 SP 03 POTS (left) POTS 97-144

POTS 04 SP 04 POTS (left) POTS 145-192

LINE 01 SP 01 LINE (right) LINE 01-48

LINE 02 SP 02 LINE (right) LINE 49-96

LINE 03 SP 03 LINE (right) LINE 97-144

LINE 04 SP 04 LINE (right) LINE 145-192

Note — Besides pair numbering, the labels can also contain information
about connection at the local MDF (MDF style, block number, cable
number,...).

3 Install the four 2x24-pair MDF cables for POTS: POTS 01 to POTS 04. Refer to
Table 14-1 and Figure 14-13.

i Run the four 2x24-pair cables via the left side of the rack to the subrack.

ii Connect each cable to the POTS connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable POTS 01 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP01


• Cable POTS 02 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP02
• Cable POTS 03 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP03
• Cable POTS 04 to the POTS connector of splitter board SP04
iii Secure the connectors with baillocks.

4 Install the four 2x24-pair cables for LINE: LINE 01 to LINE 04. Refer to Table 14-1 and
Figure 14-13.

i Run the four 2x24-pair cables via the left side of the rack to the subrack.

ii Connect each cable to the LINE connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable LINE 01 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP01


• Cable LINE 02 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP02
• Cable LINE 03 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP03
• Cable LINE 04 to the LINE connector of splitter board SP04
iii Secure the connectors with baillocks.

5 Properly arrange the eight 2x24-pair cables. Tie up the cables with tie wraps at regular
distances.

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6 Route the MDF cables to the MDF. Follow the procedures prescribed by local practices.
Refer to the MDF cabling guidelines.

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14.6 POTS and LINE Cabling (96-pair) for 7330 FD-Combo Subrack

This section describes the POTS and LINE cabling procedure with 96-pair cables
between the splitter boards in an 7330 FD-Combo subrack and the MDF. Figure 14-14
shows an example.

Figure 14-14 POTS/LINE Cabling for 7330 FD-Combo subrack with 96-pair Cables

Cable Type
The required cable is an MDF cable with 4 bundles of 24-pair cables and two
CHAMP100 connectors; refer to Figure 14-15.

Figure 14-15 96-pair MDF Cable


76 100

Solder side
1 25
635
Brown

Green
Connector B
Orange

Blue
610 Connector A

The cable code is 3FE 26726 xxAA.

Note 1 — “xx” defines the cable length, for example, “HA”: 20 m,


“HL”: 25 m, “KH”: 60 m, and so on. Refer to “MDF Cable Length”.
Note 2 — Refer to Appendix A.4 for the wiring list of the CHAMP100
connectors.

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The 24-pair cables are color coded, see Table 14-2.

Table 14-2 24-pair Bundle - Line Number Distribution

Connector Bundle Line Number

Connector A Blue Line 01 - line 24

Orange Line 25 - line 48


Connector B Green Line 49 - line 72

Brown Line 73 - line 96

Number of MDF Cables


For a subrack equipped with 4 LTs and 4 splitter boards (refer to Figure 14-16), 4 cables
are required (4 for POTS and 4 for LINE).

Figure 14-16 7330 FD-Combo Subrack with 4 LTs and 4 Splitter Boards
SP 4
LT 4
SP 3
LT 3
SP 2
LT 2
SP 1 FAN

LT 1

BITS CRAFT Mngt NT B SFP1 SFP2

NT I/O
BITS CRAFT Mngt NT A SFP1 SFP2

EMA-GFC

For a subrack equipped with 5 LTs and 5 splitter boards (refer to Figure 14-17), 5 cables
are required (5 for POTS and 5 for LINE).

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Figure 14-17 7330 FD-Combo Subrack with 5 LTs and 5 Splitter Boards

SP 4
LT 4
SP 3
LT 3
SP 2
LT 2
SP 1 FAN

LT 1
SP 5

LT 5

BITS CRAFT Mngt NT A SFP1 SFP2

EMA-GFC

Connection/Locking
The cables are plugged into the connectors on the splitter boards and are locked in place
with baillocks; see Figure 14-7.

Cabling Diagram
Figure 14-18 shows the cabling diagram for installing the 96-pair MDF cables in an 7330
FD-Combo subrack (configuration with 4 LTs and 4 splitter boards is shown).

Figure 14-18 Installing 96-pair MDF Cables in 7330 FD-Combo Subrack

Orange
Blue

POTS 01 LINE 01

POTS 02 LINE 02

POTS 03 LINE 03

Brown POTS 04 LINE 04


Green

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Parts List
Required parts are
• 4 (or 5) 96-pair MDF cables (3FE 26726 AAAA) per equipped 7330 FD-Combo
subrack.
• Tie-wraps (5 mm x 190 mm) for tying up and/or bundling cables
• Lacing cord for tying up and/or bundling cables.

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Procedure 14-3 96 MDF Cabling in 7330 FD-Combo Subrack


Preparing MDF Cables for 7330 FD-Combo Subracks
1 Prepare the 96-pair MDF cables for the 7330 FD-Combo subracks, 4 (or 5) cables per
installed subrack.

2 Label 4 cables for the first subrack.


Refer to Figure 14-18 for the position of the connectors on the splitter boards and to
Table 14-3 to define the labels.

Table 14-3 Overview MDF Cabling for 7330 FD-Combo Subrack

96-pair Cable Label Splitter board Splitter board Bundle Color Cable Pair Numbers
connector

POTS 01 SP 01 POTS (left) Blue POTS 01-24


Orange POTS 25-48

SP 02 POTS (left) Green POTS 48-72

Brown POTS 73-96

POTS 02 SP 03 POTS (left) Blue POTS 97-120

Orange POTS 121-144

SP 04 POTS (left) Green POTS 145-168


Brown POTS 169-192

LINE 01 SP 01 LINE (right) Blue LINE 01-24

Orange LINE 25-48

SP 02 LINE (right) Green LINE 48-72

Brown LINE 73-96

LINE 02 SP 03 LINE (right) Blue LINE 97-120


Orange LINE 121-144

SP 04 LINE (right) Green LINE 145-168

Brown LINE 169-192

Note — Besides pair numbering, the labels can also contain information
about connection at the local MDF (MDF style, block number, cable
number,...).

3 Install the two 96-pair MDF cables for POTS: POTS 01 and POTS 02. Refer to Table 14-
3 and Figure 14-18.

i Run the two 96-pair cables via the left side of the rack to the subrack.

ii Connect each cable to the POTS connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable POTS 01 (short) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP01


• Cable POTS 01 (long) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP02
• Cable POTS 02 (short) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP03
• Cable POTS 02 (long) to the POTS connector of splitter board SP04
iii Secure the connectors with baillocks.

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4 Install the two 96-pair cables for LINE: LINE 01 and LINE 02. Refer to Table 14-3 and
Figure 14-18.

i Run the two 96-pair cables via the left side of the rack to the subrack.

ii Connect each cable to the LINE connector on the appropriate splitter board:

• Cable LINE 01 (short) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP01


• Cable LINE 01 (long) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP02
• Cable LINE 02 (short) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP03
• Cable LINE 02 (long) to the LINE connector of splitter board SP04
iii Secure the connectors with baillocks.

5 Properly arrange the four 96-pair cables.


Tie up the cables with tie wraps at regular distances.

Routing to MDF
6 Route the MDF cables to the MDF. Follow the procedures prescribed by local practices.
Refer to the MDF cabling guidelines.

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14.7 MDF Cabling between 7330 FD Subrack and MDF Splitter

This section describes the MDF cabling procedure between a 7330 FD subrack and
splitters mounted in the MDF frame.

MDF Splitters
The MDF splitters are mounted in a rack.
Each splitter is equipped with 4 ports, so 12 MDF splitters are required for each equipped
48-port VDSL LT board.
Figure 14-19 shows the pinning of the board connectors.

Figure 14-19 MDF Splitter Connector Pinning

POTS_4_Ring
POTS_4_Tip
LINE_4_Ring
LINE_4_Tip
POTS_3_Ring
POTS_3_Tip
LINE_3_Ring
VDSL_4_Ring
LINE_3_Tip
VDSL_4_Tip
GND
VDSL_3_Ring
GND
VDSL_3_Tip
VDSL_2_Ring
RJ-45 GND
VDSL_2_Tip GND
VDSL_1_Ring POTS_2_Ring
VDSL_1_Tip POTS_2_Tip
LINE_2_Ring
LINE_2_Tip
POTS_1_Ring
POTS_1_Tip
LINE_1_Ring
LINE_1_Tip

Figure 14-20 shows the front RJ45 connector pinning.

Figure 14-20 RJ45 Connector Pinning

87654321

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MDF Cable Type


Figure 14-21 shows the 48-pair MDF cable type to be used for MDF cabling between a
7330 FD Subrack and the MDF splitters.

Figure 14-21 48-pair MDF Cable for MDF Splitters

Solder side
76 100 Orange

1 25
Blue

The cable code is 3FE 26725 xxAA.

Note — “xx” defines the cable length, for example, “HA”: 20 m,


“HL”: 25 m, “KH”: 60 m, and so on. Refer to “MDF Cable Length”.

Number of MDF Cables


One cable is required for each installed LT board.

Connection/Locking
On the subrack side, the MDF cable is connected to the LT boards and secured with
baillocks.
On the splitter side, an RJ45 connector must used for each group of 4 Unshielded Twisted
Pair (UTP) cables.

Connection Table
12 MDF splitters are required for each equipped 48-port VDSL LT board.
The first 6 MDF splitters (that is, RJ1 to RJ6 are connected to the UTP cables of the blue
bundle.
The next 6 MDF splitters (that is, RJ7 to RJ12) are connected to the UTP cables of the
orange bundle.
Note — Refer to Appendix A.4 for the wiring list of the 48-line cable
3FE 26725 xxAA

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App A. Wiring Lists for CHAMP Connectors

App A.1 Introduction A-224

App A.2 Legend A-224

App A.3 Wiring List for CHAMP50 MDF Cable A-225

App A.4 Wiring List for CHAMP100 MDF Cable A-226

App A.5 Wiring List for 48-line Intra-rack Cables A-227

App A.6 Wiring List for 24-line Intra-rack Cables A-229

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App A. Wiring Lists for CHAMP Connectors

App A.1 Introduction


This appendix provides the wiring lists for:
• CHAMP50 MDF cable
• CHAMP100 MDF cable
• 48-line intra-rack cable
• 24-line intra-rack cable

For cable coding and installation procedures, refer to chapter “MDF Cabling”.

App A.2 Legend

This section lists the line and color designations used in this appendix.

Cable Colors
The following designations are used for the cable colors:

Table App A-1 Cable Color Designations

Designation Color

BK black
BL blue

BN brown

GN green
GY grey

OR orange

RD red

WH white

WH-BL white-blue

YE yellow

Line Number
The following designations are used for the line number:
• T: tip
• R: ring
• NC: not connected

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App A.3 Wiring List for CHAMP50 MDF Cable

Table A-2 shows the wiring list for the CHAMP50 MDF cable and the connector layout
for the CHAMP50 connector.

Table App A-2 Wiring List for CHAMP50 MDF Cable

Connector
Number

Number
Layout
Color

Color
Wire

Wire
Line

Line
Pin

Pin
26 01R BL_1 1 24R BN_1

27 01T WH_1 2 24T WH-BL_1

28 02R OR_1 3 23R GN_1


26 1
29 02T WH_1 4 23T WH-BL_1

30 03R GN_1 5 22R OR_1

31 03T WH_1 6 22T WH-BL_1


32 04R BN_1 7 21R BL_1

33 04T WH_1 8 21T WH-BL_1

34 05R GY_1 9 20R GY_1


35 05T WH_1 10 20T YE_1

36 06R BL_1 50 25 11 19R BN_1

37 06T RD_1 12 19T YE_1


38 07R OR_1 13 18R GN_1

39 07T RD_1 14 18T YE_1

40 08R GN_1 15 17R OR_1


41 08T RD_1 16 17T YE_1

42 09R BN_1 17 16R BL_1

43 09T RD_1 18 16T YE_1

44 10R GY_1 19 15R GY_1

45 10T RD_1 20 15T BK_1

46 11R BL_1 21 14R BN_1

47 11T BK_1 22 14T BK_1

48 12R OR_1 23 13R GN_1

49 12T BK_1 24 13T BK_1


50 NC 25 NC

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App A.4 Wiring List for CHAMP100 MDF Cable

Table A-3 shows the wiring list for the CHAMP100 MDF cable.

Table App A-3 Wiring List for CHAMP100 MDF Cable

Connector
Number

Number

Number

Number
Layout
Color

Color

Color

Color
Wire

Wire

Wire

Wire
Line

Line

Line

Line
Pin

Pin

Pin

Pin
1 NC 26 NC 51 NC 76 NC

2 37T BK_2 27 36T BK_2 52 13T BK_1 77 12T BK_1


3 37R GN_2 28 36R OR_2 53 13R GN_1 78 12R OR_1
1 76
4 38T BK_2 29 35T BK_2 54 14T BK_1 79 11T BK_1

5 38R BN_2 30 35R BL_2 55 14R BN_1 80 11R BL_1


6 39T BK_2 31 34T RD_2 56 15T BK_1 81 10T RD_1

7 39R GY_2 32 34R GY_2 57 15R GY_1 82 10R GY_1

8 40T YE_2 33 33T RD_2 58 16T YE_1 83 09T RD_1


9 40R BL_2 34 33R BN_2 59 16R BL_1 84 09R BN_1

10 41T YE_2 35 32T RD_2 60 17T YE_1 85 08T RD_1


25 100
11 41R OR_2 36 32R GN_2 61 17R OR_1 86 08R GN_1
12 42T YE_2 37 31T RD_2 62 18T YE_1 87 07T RD_1

13 42R GN_2 38 31R OR_2 63 18R GN_1 88 07R OR_1

14 43T YE_2 39 30T RD_2 64 19T YE_1 89 06T RD_1


15 43R BN_2 40 30R BL_2 65 19R BN_1 90 06R BL_1

16 44T YE_2 41 29T WH_2 66 20T YE_1 91 05T WH_1

17 44R GY_2 42 29R GY_2 67 20R GY_1 92 05R GY_1

18 45T WH-BL_2 43 28T WH_2 68 21T WH-BL_1 93 04T WH_1

19 45R BL_2 44 28R BN_2 69 21R BL_1 94 04R BN_1

20 46T WH-BL_2 45 27T WH_2 70 22T WH-BL_1 95 03T WH_1

21 46R OR_2 46 27R GN_2 71 22R OR_1 96 03R GN_1

22 47T WH-BL_2 47 26T WH_2 72 23T WH-BL_1 97 02T WH_1

23 47R GN_2 48 26R OR_2 73 23R GN_1 98 02R OR_1

24 48T WH-BL_2 49 25T WH_2 74 24T WH-BL_1 99 01T WH_1


25 48R BN_2 50 25R BL_2 75 24R BN_1 100 01R BL_1

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App A.5 Wiring List for 48-line Intra-rack Cables

This section describes the wiring list for intra-rack cables from 48-line FD LTs to 48-line
splitters or cut-through appliques.
• Table A-4 shows the wiring list for the CHAMP100 connector (X3)
• Table A-5 shows the wiring list for the CHAMP50 connectors (X1 and X2)

Table App A-4 Wiring List for CHAMP100 Connector

Connector
Number

Number

Number

Number
Layout
Color

Color

Color

Color
Wire

Wire

Wire

Wire
Line

Line

Line

Line
Pin

Pin

Pin

Pin
1 NC 26 NC 51 NC 76 NC

2 37T BK_2 27 36T BK_2 52 13T BK_1 77 12T BK_1

3 37R GN_2 28 36R OR_2 53 13R GN_1 78 12R OR_1


1 76
4 38T BK_2 29 35T BK_2 54 14T BK_1 79 11T BK_1

5 38R BN_2 30 35R BL_2 55 14R BN_1 80 11R BL_1

6 39T BK_2 31 34T RD_2 56 15T BK_1 81 10T RD_1


7 39R GY_2 32 34R GY_2 57 15R GY_1 82 10R GY_1

8 40T YE_2 33 33T RD_2 58 16T YE_1 83 09T RD_1

9 40R BL_2 34 33R BN_2 59 16R BL_1 84 09R BN_1


10 41T YE_2 35 32T RD_2 60 17T YE_1 85 08T RD_1
25 100
11 41R OR_2 36 32R GN_2 61 17R OR_1 86 08R GN_1

12 42T YE_2 37 31T RD_2 62 18T YE_1 87 07T RD_1


13 42R GN_2 38 31R OR_2 63 18R GN_1 88 07R OR_1

14 43T YE_2 39 30T RD_2 64 19T YE_1 89 06T RD_1

15 43R BN_2 40 30R BL_2 65 19R BN_1 90 06R BL_1

16 44T YE_2 41 29T WH_2 66 20T YE_1 91 05T WH_1

17 44R GY_2 42 29R GY_2 67 20R GY_1 92 05R GY_1

18 45T WH-BL_2 43 28T WH_2 68 21T WH-BL_1 93 04T WH_1

19 45R BL_2 44 28R BN_2 69 21R BL_1 94 04R BN_1

20 46T WH-BL_2 45 27T WH_2 70 22T WH-BL_1 95 03T WH_1

21 46R OR_2 46 27R GN_2 71 22R OR_1 96 03R GN_1


22 47T WH-BL_2 47 26T WH_2 72 23T WH-BL_1 97 02T WH_1

23 47R GN_2 48 26R OR_2 73 23R GN_1 98 02R OR_1

24 48T WH-BL_2 49 25T WH_2 74 24T WH-BL_1 99 01T WH_1


25 48R BN_2 50 25R BL_2 75 24R BN_1 100 01R BL_1

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Table App A-5 Wiring List for CHAMP50 Connectors

Connector X1 Connector X2

Connector
Number

Number

Number

Number
Layout
Color

Color

Color

Color
Wire

Wire

Wire

Wire
Line

Line

Line

Line
Pin

Pin

Pin

Pin
26 01R BL_1 1 24R BN_1 26 25R BL_2 1 48R BN_2

27 01T WH_1 2 24T WH-BL_1 27 25T WH_2 2 48T WH-BL_2

28 02R OR_1 3 23R GN_1 28 26R OR_2 3 47R GN_2


29 02T WH_1 4 23T WH-BL_1 29 26T WH_2 4 47T WH-BL_2

30 03R GN_1 26 1 5 22R OR_1 30 27R GN_2 26 1 5 46R OR_2

31 03T WH_1 6 22T WH-BL_1 31 27T WH_2 6 46T WH-BL_2


32 04R BN_1 7 21R BL_1 32 28R BN_2 7 45R BL_2

33 04T WH_1 8 21T WH-BL_1 33 28T WH_2 8 45T WH-BL_2

34 05R GY_1 9 20R GY_1 34 29R GY_2 9 44R GY_2


50 25 50 25

35 05T WH_1 10 20T YE_1 35 29T WH_2 10 44T YE_2

36 06R BL_1 11 19R BN_1 36 30R BL_2 11 43R BN_2

37 06T RD_1 12 19T YE_1 37 30T RD_2 12 43T YE_2


38 07R OR_1 13 18R GN_1 38 31R OR_2 13 42R GN_2

39 07T RD_1 14 18T YE_1 39 31T RD_2 14 42T YE_2

40 08R GN_1 15 17R OR_1 40 32R GN_2 15 41R OR_2


41 08T RD_1 16 17T YE_1 41 32T RD_2 16 41T YE_2

42 09R BN_1 17 16R BL_1 42 33R BN_2 17 40R BL_2

43 09T RD_1 18 16T YE_1 43 33T RD_2 18 40T YE_2


44 10R GY_1 19 15R GY_1 44 34R GY_2 19 39R GY_2

45 10T RD_1 20 15T BK_1 45 34T RD_2 20 39T BK_2

46 11R BL_1 21 14R BN_1 46 35R BL_2 21 38R BN_2

47 11T BK_1 22 14T BK_1 47 35T BK_2 22 38T BK_2

48 12R OR_1 23 13R GN_1 48 36R OR_2 23 37R GN_2

49 12T BK_1 24 13T BK_1 49 36T BK_2 24 37T BK_2

50 NC 25 NC 50 NC 25 NC

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App A.6 Wiring List for 24-line Intra-rack Cables

This section describes the wiring list for intra-rack cables from 24-line FD LTs to 24-line
splitters or cut-through appliques.
The tables below show the wiring list for the 48-line intra-rack cable:
• Table A-6 shows the wiring list for the CHAMP100 connector (X3)
• Table A-7 shows the wiring list for the CHAMP50 connectors (X1 and X2).

Table App A-6 Wiring List for CHAMP100 Connector

Connector
Number

Number

Number

Number
Layout
Color

Color

Color

Color
Wire

Wire

Wire

Wire
Line

Line

Line

Line
Pin

Pin

Pin

Pin
1 NC 26 NC 51 NC 76 NC

2 NC 27 NC 52 13T BK 77 12T BK

3 NC 28 NC 53 13R GN 78 12R OR
1 76
4 NC 29 NC 54 14T BK 79 11T BK

5 NC 30 NC 55 14R BN 80 11R BL

6 NC 31 NC 56 15T BK 81 10T RD
7 NC 32 NC 57 15R GY 82 10R GY

8 NC 33 NC 58 16T YE 83 09T RD

9 NC 34 NC 59 16R BL 84 09R BN
10 NC 35 NC 60 17T YE 85 08T RD
25 100
11 NC 36 NC 61 17R OR 86 08R GN

12 NC 37 NC 62 18T YE 87 07T RD
13 NC 38 NC 63 18R GN 88 07R OR

14 NC 39 NC 64 19T YE 89 06T RD

15 NC 40 NC 65 19R BN 90 06R BL

16 NC 41 NC 66 20T YE 91 05T WH

17 NC 42 NC 67 20R GY 92 05R GY

18 NC 43 NC 68 21T WH-BL 93 04T WH

19 NC 44 NC 69 21R BL 94 04R BN

20 NC 45 NC 70 22T WH-BL 95 03T WH

21 NC 46 NC 71 22R OR 96 03R GN
22 NC 47 NC 72 23T WH-BL 97 02T WH

23 NC 48 NC 73 23R GN 98 02R OR

24 NC 49 NC 74 24T WH-BL 99 01T WH


25 NC 50 NC 75 24R BN 100 01R BL

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Table App A-7 Wiring List for CHAMP50 Connectors

Connector X1 Connector X2

Connector
Number

Number

Number

Number
Layout
Color

Color

Color

Color
Wire

Wire

Wire

Wire
Line

Line

Line

Line
Pin

Pin

Pin

Pin
26 19R BN 1 21R BL 26 07R OR 1 09R BN

27 19T YE 2 21T WH-BL 27 07T RD 2 09T RD

28 20R GY 3 NC 28 08R GN 3 NC
29 20T YE 4 NC 29 08T RD 4 NC

30 NC 26 1 5 22R OR 30 NC 26 1 5 10R GY

31 NC 6 22T WH-BL 31 NC 6 10T RD


32 18R GN 7 NC 32 06R BL 7 NC

33 18T YE 8 NC 33 06T RD 8 NC

34 NC 9 24R BN 34 NC 9 12R OR
50 25 50 25

35 NC 10 24T WH-BL 35 NC 10 12T BK

36 17R OR 11 23R GN 36 05R GY 11 11R BL

37 17T YE 12 23T WH-BL 37 05T WH 12 11T BK


38 15R GY 13 NC 38 03R GN 13 NC

39 15T BK 14 NC 39 03T WH 14 NC

40 16R BL 15 NC 40 04R BN 15 NC
41 16T YE 16 NC 41 04T WH 16 NC

42 NC 17 NC 42 NC 17 NC

43 NC 18 NC 43 NC 18 NC
44 14R BN 19 NC 44 02R OR 19 NC

45 14T BK 20 NC 45 02T WH 20 NC

46 NC 21 NC 46 NC 21 NC

47 NC 22 NC 47 NC 22 NC

48 13R GN 23 NC 48 01R BL 23 NC

49 13T BK 24 NC 49 01T WH 24 NC

50 NC 25 NC 50 NC 25 NC

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Abbreviations

ADSL Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line


BATA BATtery A
BATB BATtery B
BATRET BATtery RETurn
BFDP Battery Fused Distribution Panel
BPA BackPlane Assembly
CB Circuit Breaker
CO Central Office
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility
EMI Electromagnetic Immunity
ESD Electrostatic Discharge
ETS European Telecommunications Standard
FD Flexible Density
FD-Combo FD subrack with LT boards and splitter boards
FD-LT FD subrack with only LT boards
FG Frame Ground
FRU Field Replaceable Unit
ISAM Intelligent Services Access Manager
ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network
LT Line Termination

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MDF Main Distribution Frame
MTA Metallic Test Access
NT Network Termination
PBA Printed Board Assembly
PDF Power Distribution Frame
POTS Plain Old Telephone Service
UDS Unit Data Sheet
XD eXtreme Density
xDLT xDSL Line Termination
XD-SP XD splitter subrack with MTA
XD-PSP XD splitter subrack without MTA

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