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BBS 6301 Description

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Contents

Contents

1 Introduction 1
1.1 Target Group 1

2 Product Overview 2
2.1 Main Features 2
2.2 BBS 6301 Overview 3
2.3 Configuration 5

3 Function Description 6
3.1 Power 7
3.2 Supervision and Control 8
3.3 Climate System 8
3.4 Installation Alternatives 12

4 Technical Data 14
4.1 Dimensions and Color 14
4.2 Space Requirements 15
4.3 Power 17
4.4 Label 17

5 Environment 18
5.1 Operating Environment 18
5.2 Acoustic Data 18

6 Interfaces 19
6.1 Connection Interfaces 19
6.2 Indicators 22

7 Safety Approvals 24

Glossary 26

Reference List 27

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Introduction

1 Introduction

The BBS 6301 is an outdoor Battery Backup System (BBS) designed for the RBS
6301 main-remote system.

P022167A

Figure 1 BBS 6301

1.1 Target Group


The target groups for these instructions are the personnel involved in the site
installation engineering process and those responsible for the installation,
integration, and maintenance of Radio Base Station (RBS) sites.

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2 Product Overview

This section describes the main features and configurations of the BBS.

2.1 Main Features


In the event of AC failure, the BBS 6301 supplies 048 V DC to the RBS 6301 and its
connected units, such as Remote Radio Units (RRU) and transmission equipment.

To a large extent, the BBS 6301 uses the same basic cabinet hardware as the RBS
6301. This means the same visual appearance at site, but also similarity in for
example cabinet handling and installation, vandal protection, and quality. The
compact design and low weight simplifies transport to the site and installation.
It can be installed either on the ground, on a wall, or a pole using the available
installation kits. The BBS front door is supplied with Ericsson's standard locking
system.

The cabinet meets the requirements for installation in Earthquake Zone 4 and is
approved for operation throughout the world.

Different types of battery blocks can be installed with capacity from 40 Ah to


100 Ah, see Section 3.1.1 on page 7. .

The thermoelectric climate system ensures long battery life by keeping the
well-insulated battery compartment in the mid 20°C temperature range. The
optional heater will ensure that the batteries can deliver proper capacity even
in very cold areas.

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2.2 BBS 6301 Overview


Figure 2 and Table 1 show an overview of BBS 6301 and its parts.

Figure 2 BBS 6301, Schematic View

Table 1 Key to BBS 6301, Schematic View


Positio Description
n
A Door
B Climate unit
C Top cover, roof
D Support Control Unit (SCU)
E Battery shelves
F Battery blocks
G Power Connection Unit, DC (PCU-DC)
H Battery circuit breaker

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Positio Description
n
J Battery cables
K Gas evaporation tube system
L Gas evaporation outlet
M Battery harness, belts
N Battery temperature sensor
O Climate temperature sensor
P Temperature sensor holder
Q Heaters (optional), one per battery shelf
R Service hatch
S Alarm Over-Voltage Protection (OVP)
T Climate unit drainage hose
U Surge Protection Device

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2.3 Configuration
This section describes the BBS configuration.

Figure 3 shows a schematic view of the dual-BBS configuration.

RBS 6301 BBS 6301

Ge10590A

Figure 3 Schematic View of a BBS Configuration

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3 Function Description

This section describes the functions of the BBS.

Figure 4 shows a schematic view of the BBS 6301 functions.

BBS 6301
Battery
To RBS temperature
sensor
-48V
Battery cables
to RBS 0V
-48V PCU-DC Battery circuit breaker
Battery cables
to extension 0V
Battery blocks
BBS
Battery circuit
breaker alarm

Door alarm
Alarm cable OVP Alarm
to RBS Climate unit
alarm Climate unit
Power supply
SCU alarm

SCU Climate
temperature
Climate unit -48V -48V
sensor
and SCU SPD
power supply 0V 0V
Optional heater

Optional heater
-48V -48V
Additional SPD
0V 0V

Ge10591A

Figure 4 BBS 6301, Schematic View

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3.1 Power
The BBS 6301 is an outdoor BBS designed for the RBS 6301 main-remote system.

The battery blocks are charged with 048 V DC from the RBS. The climate unit and
the SCU are fed with power from the RBS by a separate cable.

The battery cables are connected to the PCU-DC and the climate unit and the SCU
power cable is connected to the SPD.

3.1.1 Approved Battery Types


Each BBS cabinet contains a battery string with four 12 V battery blocks
connected in series.

For a list of approved battery types, battery dimensions, and battery weights,
refer to Spare Parts Catalog.

The battery blocks must be used with the battery accessory kit that is supplied
with the BBS cabinet, which includes front terminal adaptors, battery trays,
battery harness, and gas evaporating tubes.

Figure 5 shows approximate data for the battery backup time.

8.0

7.0

6.0
Backup Time (h)

5.0

4.0

3.0
80 Ah
100 Ah
2.0
60 Ah
40 Ah
1.0

0.0
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5

DC Load (kw)
P022164B

Figure 5 Approximate Battery Backup Times

More information about batteries and battery handling can be found in the
document Manage Batteries, Reference [3].

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3.2 Supervision and Control


The BBS is supervised by the SCU, which can report four external alarms to the
RBS and is equipped with climate control functions. The SCU has indicators
showing the BBS status.

Charge and control of the battery blocks are performed by the RBS 6301.

Remote site management of the RBS and BBS network is possible through the
Ericsson Operation and Support System (OSS).

3.2.1 Alarms

The SCU in the BBS issues the following alarms to the RBS as external alarms:

— Battery Circuit Breaker (CB), Fuse alarm

— Door switch alarm

— Climate fault alarm

— SCU fault alarm

See Section 6.1.5 on page 21 for information on alarm outputs.

3.2.2 Temperature Sensors


Two temperature sensors are used in the BBS: one battery temperature sensor
and one climate temperature sensor.

The battery temperature sensor, attached to one of the battery blocks in the main
cabinet, monitors the battery temperature for battery charging. The battery
temperature sensor cable is connected to the Battery Fuse Unit (BFU) in the RBS.

The climate temperature sensor monitors the cabinet inner temperature and
forwards the information to the SCU, which controls the climate unit.

3.3 Climate System


The BBS is equipped with a climate unit designed to maintain the optimum
operating temperature for the batteries, regardless of the environment.

The well-insulated cabinet reduces the climate system power consumption.

The SCU supervises the climate system and regulates the temperature inside the
BBS using the active cooling unit and the optional heaters.

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3.3.1 Active Cooling Unit


The BBS is equipped with a Thermo-Electric Cooler (TEC) to ensure maximum
battery life.

At power on, a self-check routine is performed on the TEC.

The TEC separates the interior climate from the exterior climate. It provides the
batteries with a room-temperature environment, which maximizes the battery life.

Table 2 describes the performance of the TEC.

Table 2 TEC Cooling Performance


Performance Description
Cooling of batteries 25–30°C in real climate scenarios with
peak ambient temperatures of <50°C,
if repetitive deep discharging of the
batteries is avoided
The TEC starts to operate when the
battery temperature reaches +26°C
and continues to operate until the
battery temperature is again below
+26°C

The nominal ventilation airflow is 200 m³/h.

Minor inner temperature deviations may occur, depending on solar radiation and
the exact point of measurement inside the compartments.

3.3.2 Heaters (Optional)


The optional heater units are recommended if the BBS is installed in areas where
the average ambient temperature reaches below 0°C for a substantial period of
time. The heaters will, in such cases, ensure that the BBS batteries are sufficiently
warm to provide proper backup times for the RBS.

The heaters, equipped with internal overheating protection, keep the battery
temperature within operating range as long as the outside temperature is not
below 033°C.

Table 3 describes battery heater performance.

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Table 3 Heater Performance


Performance Description
Heating of batteries ≥+10°C at an ambient temperature of
≥ 033°C
The heaters start to operate when the
battery temperature reaches +10°C
and continues to operate until the
battery temperature is again above
+10°C

Minor inner temperature deviations may occur, depending on solar radiation and
the exact point of measurement inside the compartments.

3.3.3 Power Supply


The climate system and its control system operate at 048 V DC supplied by the
RBS. When AC mains power to the RBS is lost, the system voltage drops and the
climate system controller stops cooling and heating, to maximize the battery
backup time for the RBS.

The normal operational voltage range is 040.0 to 058.5 V DC.

3.3.4 Climate System Power Consumption

Power consumption depends on the ambient temperature and how effective


the cooling system operates.

During AC mains power failure, the cooling system, as well as the optional heaters,
are switched off to ensure maximum battery backup time for the connected RBS.
The internal fans continue to operate to ensure proper air circulation around the
battery blocks.

Table 4 and Table 5 specify the power consumption of the climate system units
per BBS cabinet.

Table 4 Power Consumption, Active Cooler


Operational Mode Power Consumption (W)
Continuous operation, typical ambient 100
temperature +30ºC
Continuous operation, worst-case 250
ambient temperature +50ºC

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Table 5 Power Consumption, Heater


Operational Mode Power Consumption (W)
Continuous operation, typical ambient 90
temperature 010ºC
Continuous operation, worst-case 180
ambient temperature 033ºC

3.3.5 Cooling System Self-Check

When power is turned on, the active cooling unit performs a self-check routine on
its internal components.

Section 6.2 on page 22 describes the status indicators of the climate control
system.

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3.4 Installation Alternatives


The BBS 6301 can be installed on the ground, on a wall, or on a pole. It is possible
to place either the rear or the side of the BBS against the wall or pole. Figure 6
and Table 6 shows the installation alternatives using the available installation
frames and brackets.

Ge1560A

Figure 6 Alternative Installation Methods

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Table 6 Installation Alternatives and Installation Material


Installation Alternative Installation Material
Pole mount, side • Frame, side
• Mast attachment
• Cover plate, side
Pole mount, rear • Frame, rear
• Mast attachment
• Cover plate, rear
Wall mount, side • Frame, side
• Cover plate, side
• Drill template rear/side
Wall mount, rear • Frame, rear
• Cover plate, rear
• Drill template rear/side
Ground and floor mount • Generic base frame
• Drill template floor/ground

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4 Technical Data

This section describes BBS 6301 technical data.

4.1 Dimensions and Color


The BBS 6301 has the same gray color as the RBS 6301.

Figure 7 and Table 7 show the dimensions and weight of BBS and its installation
frames and brackets.

Height

Depth

Width

P022166B

Figure 7 Cabinet Dimensions

Table 7 Cabinet Dimensions


Height Width Depth
1115 mm 413 mm 536 mm

Table 8 Cabinet Dimensions with Installation Support


BBS with Installation Support Size H×W×D (mm)
BBS on Generic Base Frame (GBF) 1465×413×536

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BBS with Installation Support Size H×W×D (mm)


BBS with installation frame back, 1310×421×576
including air spacer
BBS with installation frame side 1310×539×453

Table 9 Weight
Unit Weight (kg)
BBS 6301 cabinet, excluding battery 70
blocks
(1)
Battery blocks 56 – 136
GBF 18.5
Installation frame back 17.3
Installation frame side 18.8
Air spacer 14.1
(1) Depending on battery type

4.2 Space Requirements


This section describes the space requirements for installation and maintenance
work.

4.2.1 Installation Requirements

The BBS must be installed straight with a maximum horizontal and vertical
offset of ±2° and not more than 1.5 m above ground level to fulfill earthquake
requirements.

The minimum and maximum distances between the units depend on the
connected cables.

The cables area and length are described in Table 10.

Table 10 Cable Characteristics


Cable Area 6301 Units Cable Length Between Units (m)
(mm2)
From To Minimum Maximum
35 RBS BBS 2 4.5
50 RBS BBS 3 10

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4.2.2 Climate and Maintenance Requirements

Figure 8, Figure 9, and Table 11 show the space requirement for the BBS 6301.

100**

50* 50*
0*** 0***

700***

Ge1684A

Figure 8 Climate and Maintenance Space Requirements

* Requirement for earthquake resistant installation


** Climate requirement
*** Maintenance requirement

P022249A

Figure 9 Earthquake and Maintenance Space Requirements

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Table 11 Key to Earthquake and Maintenance Space Requirements


A B C
(1) (2) (3)
400 mm 50 mm 500 mm
(3)
0 mm
(1) Climate requirement
(2) Requirement for earthquake resistant installation
(3) Maintenance requirement

Drill patterns are found in the document Installing BBS 6301, Reference [1].

4.3 Power
The power data for the BBS is described in Table 12.

Table 12 Power Data


Quantity Value
Input voltage, battery string 048 V DC
Output voltage 048 V DC
(1)
Battery capacity, one cabinet 40–100 Ah
Input voltage, climate system 048 V DC
Power consumption, climate system 100 W
(typical)
Power consumption, climate system 250 W
(maximum)
Power consumption, optional heater 90 W
(typical)
Power consumption, optional heater 180 W
(maximum)
(1) Depending on battery type

4.4 Label
The cabinet is labeled BFX 901 49/09.

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5 Environment

This section describes the requirement on the operating environment and the
environmental capabilities of the BBS 6301.

5.1 Operating Environment


The requirements on the operating environment are described in Table 13.

Table 13 Operating Environment


Quantity Value
Temperature range (normal operation) 033°C to +50°C
Temperature range (storage and transport < 3 months )
(1)
040°C to +70°C
Relative humidity (normal operation) 15% to 100%
(1)
Relative humidity (storage and transport < 3 months ) 5% to 100%
(1) Without battery blocks

5.2 Acoustic Data


Table 14 lists the sound pressure in bystander position, that is, 1 m in front of the
cabinet and 1.5 m above the cabinet bottom.

Table 14 Sound Pressure as a Function of Ambient Temperature


Ambient Temperature (°C) <15 15–25 26–35 >35
(1)
Sound Pressure (dB(A)) - 39 46 54
(1) Estimated value

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Interfaces

6 Interfaces

This section describes the external interfaces in the BBS.

6.1 Connection Interfaces


This section describes the external connection interfaces in the BBS.

BBS 6301

DC DC DC
SPD SPD SPD

Ge10592A

Figure 10 BBS 6301 External Interfaces

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6.1.1 PCU-DC

The external battery power cables (35–95 mm2) are connected to the PCU-DC
screw terminal.

6.1.2 SPD
The shielded climate unit and SCU power cable (10 mm2) are connected to the
SPD power connector. The supplied connector is fitted to the cable on site.

6.1.3 Temperature Sensor D-sub


The supplied shielded signal cable for the battery temperature sensor is connected
to the 9-pin D-sub connector in the bottom of the BBS.

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6.1.4 Grounding
The grounding bolt is placed in the bottom of the cabinet as shown in Figure 11,
and the BBS is connected to the Main Earthing Terminal (MET) at the site.

Socket 13 mm

24 Nm

Ge1568A

Figure 11 BBS 6301 Grounding Principles

More information about site grounding can be found in the document Grounding
Guidelines, Reference [4].

6.1.5 Alarm OVP


The external alarm cable is connected to the alarm OVP screw terminal in the BBS.

External alarms from the BBS are transmitted through the external alarm outputs
(OVP A1–A4) and a digital alarm output (EC; currently not used).

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The BBS external alarms are related to the SCU alarm indicators and transmitted
as shown in Table 15.

Table 15 Indicators and Alarms


SCU Indicator Digital Alarm Output External Alarm Relay
(1)
Output
Operational
Fault SCU alarm A4
Climate unit (TEC) fault Climate unit fault alarm A3
Temperature sensor Climate unit fault alarm A3
fault
Heater fault Climate unit fault alarm A3
Fuse fault Fuse (CB) alarm A1
N/A Door switch alarm A2
(1) Alarm circuit (A*+ – A*0) open at alarm

6.1.6 Gas Evaporating Outlet


The battery gas evaporating tubes are routed to the gas outlet in the cabinet
bottom.

6.2 Indicators
The SCU is equipped with the following indicators, as shown in Figure 12 and
Table 16.

SCU 04 01

Power in
Temp sensor fault Heater fault
Operational

Heater Fuse
Light Door A B sense
Fault

Alarm out EC

Power out

Temp sensor Fault Fuse fault

TEC DAC

P022240A

Figure 12 SCU Front Panel

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Table 16 SCU Indicators


Indicator Color Behavior Meaning
TEC/DAC Fault Yellow Off Climate unit operational
Blinking, 0.5 Hz Climate unit disconnected
Steady on Climate unit fault
SCU Operational Green Steady on SCU in operation
SCU Fault Red Steady on SCU fault
Heater fault Yellow Steady on Heater fault
Temp sensor fault Yellow Steady on Battery temperature sensor
fault
Fuse fault Yellow Steady on Battery circuit breaker fault

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7 Safety Approvals

The BBS 6301 meets the following standards and approvals:

Safety

— IEC 60 950-1:2005 Ed. 2

— IEC 60 950-22:2005

— EN 60 950-1:2006 Ed. 2

— EN 60 950-22:2006/A11:2008

— UL, 60 950-1: Ed.2 / CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07:Ed. 2

— UL 60 950-22 / CSA C22.2 No 60 950-22-07

Approval

— CE

— CB

— ETL

EMC

— ETSI/EN 300 386

— FCC CFR 47 Part 15

— ICEC-003

— CISPR 22

Enclosure

— IP 55

Earthquake

— Telcordia GR-63, Zone 4

— IEC 60721-3-3 class 1 M2

— ETSI EN 300 019-1-3 class 3.1 according to IEC 60068-2-57

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Safety Approvals

Note: Earthquake performance assumes proper installation in accordance with


Ericssons installation instructions and the use of BBS 6301 approved
battery blocks and accessory kits.

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Glossary

Glossary

AC
Alternating Current

BBS
Battery Backup System

BFU
Battery Fuse Unit

CB
Circuit Breaker

DC
Direct Current

GBF
Generic Base Frame

MET
Main Earthing Terminal

OSS
Operation and Support System

OVP
Over-Voltage Protection

PCU-DC
Power Connection Unit DC

RBS
Radio Base Station

RRU
Remote Radio Unit

SCU
Support Control Unit

SPD
Surge Protection Device

TEC
Thermo-Electric Cooler

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Reference List

Reference List

[1] Installing BBS 6301, 20/1531-LZA 701 6009

[2] BBS 6301 Maintenance, 11/1541-LZA 701 6009

[3] Manage Batteries, 1/154 43-LZA 701 6009

[4] Grounding Guidelines for RBS Sites, EN/LZT 735 0018

[5] RBS Description, RBS 6301, 53/1551-LZA 701 6001

[6] Main-Remote Installation Products Overview, 16/1551-LZA 701 0003

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