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JPX202 Main Distribution Frame

User Manual

V3.0

Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.


JPX202 Main Distribution Frame

User Manual

Author : Shi Tong

Reviewer: Shu Wenhua

Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd


JPX202 Main Distribution Frame
User Manual

Status: standard
Product version V3.0
Date: Oct, 2005

Copyright Statement

Copyright © 2005 by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

All rights reserved.

The information in this document is subject to change without notice.


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JPX202 Main Distribution Frame User Manual Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Product Introduction...................................................................................................... 1


1.1 Brief Introduction.................................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Composition......................................................................................................................... 1
1.2.1 Double-sided Frame, Single-sided Frame and Wall-mounted Frame........................1
1.2.2 Cable Side Terminal Block.........................................................................................6
1.2.3 STO-83 Exchange Side Terminal Block.....................................................................7
1.2.4 FA9-81/83 Series Protective Unit...............................................................................9
1.2.5 Alarm System........................................................................................................... 10
1.2.6 Accessories and Application.....................................................................................11

Chapter 2 Installation Preparation............................................................................................... 16


2.1 Requirement for Shelter/Container.....................................................................................16
2.2 Tools................................................................................................................................... 17
2.3 Unpacking and Inspection.................................................................................................. 17
2.4 Points for Attention............................................................................................................. 17

Chapter 3 Installation, Cabling and Usage of Double-Sided Frame..........................................18


3.1 Introduction for Main Parts................................................................................................. 18
3.1.1 Main Parts of Frame Body.......................................................................................18
3.1.2 Components for Double-sided Frame Combination.................................................26
3.1.3 Introduction to Main Parts of Guardrails..................................................................26
3.1.4 Base of Double-sided Frame...................................................................................28
3.1.5 Marking Installation Template..................................................................................30
3.2 Installation Guidance of Double-sided Frame....................................................................31
3.2.1 Installation of Frame Body.......................................................................................31
3.2.2 Installation of Cable side terminal block...................................................................44
3.2.3 Installation of Exchange side terminal block............................................................49
3.2.4 Installation and Layout of Alarm System..................................................................52
3.2.5 Installation of Grounding Cable................................................................................55
3.2.6 Combination of Double-sided Frame.......................................................................56
3.2.7 Installation Check.................................................................................................... 57
3.3 Cabling Guidance of Double-Sided Frame.........................................................................59
3.3.1 Layout of External Cable......................................................................................... 59
3.3.2 Layout of Internal Cable........................................................................................... 59
3.3.3 Connection and Layout of External Cable and Cable side terminal block...............60
3.3.4 Connection and Layout of Internal Cable and Exchange side terminal block..........61
3.3.5 Connection and Layout of Jumper between Cable side terminal block and
Exchange side terminal block........................................................................................... 62
3.4 Usage Guidance of Double-sided Frame...........................................................................63

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3.4.1 Jumper Connection when Cable side terminal block and Exchange side terminal
block at Adjacent Location................................................................................................ 63
3.4.2 Jumper Connection when Cable side terminal block and Exchange side terminal
block at Same Column but Different Rows.......................................................................64
3.4.3 Jumper Connection when Cable side terminal block and Exchange side terminal
block at Different Columns and Different Rows................................................................65

Chapter 4 Installation, Cabling and Usage of a Single-sided Frame.........................................66


4.1 Introduction for Main Parts................................................................................................. 66
4.1.1 Main Parts of Frame Body.......................................................................................66
4.1.2 Guardrails of the Single-sided Frame......................................................................70
4.1.3 Base of Single-sided Frame.....................................................................................71
4.1.4 Marking Template for Installation.............................................................................72
4.2 Installation Guidance of Single-sided Frame......................................................................73
4.2.1 Installation of the Frame Body.................................................................................73
4.2.2 Installation of Cable Side Terminal Blocks...............................................................82
4.2.3 Installation of Exchange Side Terminal Block..........................................................82
4.2.4 Installation and Layout of the Alarm System............................................................84
4.2.5 Installation of Grounding Cables..............................................................................86
4.2.6 Combination............................................................................................................. 87
4.3 Cabling Guidance of Single-sided Frame...........................................................................87
4.3.1 Layout of External Cables........................................................................................ 87
4.3.2 Layout of Internal Cables......................................................................................... 87
4.3.3 Connection and Layout of External Cables and Cable side Terminal Block.............88
4.3.4 Connection and Layout of the Internal Cables and Exchange side terminal block...89
4.3.5 Connection and Layout of the Jumpers between the cable side terminal block and
Exchange side terminal block........................................................................................... 89
4.4 Usage Guidance of Single-sided Frame.............................................................................91

Chapter 5 Installation, Cabling and Usage of Wall-mounted Frame..........................................92


5.1 Introduction for Main Parts................................................................................................. 92
5.1.1 Main parts................................................................................................................ 92
5.2 Installation Guidance of Wall-mounted Frame....................................................................93
5.2.1 Installation of Wall-mounted Frame Body................................................................93
5.2.2 Installation of Cable Side Terminal Block ................................................................96
5.2.3 Installation of Exchange Side Terminal Block .........................................................97
5.2.4 Installation and Layout of Alarm System................................................................100
5.3 Cabling Guidance of Wall-mounted Frame......................................................................102
5.3.1 Layout of External Cables .....................................................................................102
5.3.2 Layout of Internal Cables.......................................................................................103
5.3.3 Connection and Layout of External Cables and Cable Side Terminal Block..........103
5.3.4 Connection and Layout of the Internal Cables and Exchange Side Terminal Block
........................................................................................................................................ 105

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5.3.5 Connection and Layout of the Jumpers between the Cable Side Terminal Block and
Exchange Side Terminal Block.......................................................................................106
5.4 Usage Guidance of Wall-mounted Frame........................................................................106
5.4.1 Jumper Layout of GQ100 Wall-mounted Frame....................................................107
5.4.2 Jumper Layout of GQ400 Wall-mounted Frame....................................................107
5.4.3 Jumper Layout of GQ200 Wall-mounted Frame....................................................108

Chapter 6 Maintenance of Alarm System..................................................................................109


6.1 Usage and Maintenance of Audio & Visual Alarm System...............................................109
6.2 Common Faults and Handling Methods of Alarm.............................................................110

Appendix A: Product Detail List................................................................................................. 112

Appendix B: Package Weight/Size Detail List...........................................................................115

Appendix C: Alarm Device Packing List......................................................................................... 116

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Supplementary Remarks for JPX202 MDF User Manual

about Canceling Configuration of Vertical Cable Guide

Ring

I. Supplementary Remarks

The configuration of vertical cable guide ring has been cancelled since 2006.The
appearance of vertical cable guide ring is shown as following.

Vertical cable guide ring

All contents about vertical cable guide ring have been cancelled since 2006.State
hereby.

We are indeed sorry for inconvenience caused by the change, and we hope for your
forgiveness.

II. Cabling Management after the Cancelling

The cancelling will not affect the function of MDF. The cabling is shown as
following.

Cabling management after cancelling


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Chapter 1 Product Introduction

1.1 Brief Introduction

JPX202 Main Distribution Frame (MDF) is developed by Huawei Technologies Co.,


Ltd. with perfect function, logical structure, convenient application and reliable quality.

JPX202 MDF includes three types: double-sided frame, single-sided frame and wall-
mounted frame. Each of them consists of frame body, cable side terminal block,
exchange side terminal block, protective unit, alarm system and accessories. And the
protective unit should be inserted into cable side terminal block

1.2 Composition

1.2.1 Double-sided Frame, Single-sided Frame and Wall-mounted Frame

I. Double-sided Frame

The frame body has four types: five-column, four-column, three-column and two-
column. And each type has four specifications: 3m, 2.6m, 2.2m and 1.8m. Take four-
column frame as an example to display its assembly relation. The cable side terminal
block is vertically mounted on the front pillar and exchange side terminal block is
horizontally mounted on the back beam. As shown in Figure 1-1.

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1. Frame body 2. Back cable tray 3. Front cable tray


4. Alarm mounting plate 5. Cable side terminal block 6. Exchange side terminal block
7. Frame guardrail

Figure 1.1

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The structure parameter of JPX202 double-sided frame is shown in Table 1-1.

Table 1.1

External line Internal line Dimension (mm)

Type Frame Cable Distance


Capacity Column Pair/ Capacity Row Pair/ body tray between the Width Depth
(pair) Qty column (pair) QTY row height height lowest module W D
H1 H2 and ground h

F1C 6000 100×12 5760 9 3000 250


1250
F2C 5000 100×10 5120 8 2600 290
5 128×5 1250
F3C 4000 100×8 3840 6 2200 330
1000
F4C 3000 100×6 3200 5 1800 370

F1B 4800 100×12 4608 9 3000 250


1250
F2B 4000 100×10 4096 8 2600 290
4 128×4 1000
F3B 3200 100×8 3072 6 2200 330
1000
F4B 2400 100×6 2560 5 1800 370

F1E 3600 100×12 3456 9 3000 250


1250
F2E 3000 100×10 3072 8 2600 290
3 128×3 200 750
F3E 2400 100×8 2304 6 2200 330
1000
F4E 1800 100×6 1920 5 1800 370

F1D 2400 100×12 2304 9 3000 250


1250
F2D 2000 100×10 2048 8 2600 290
2 128×2 500
F3D 1600 100×8 1536 6 2200 330
1000
F4D 1200 100×6 1280 5 1800 370

II. Single-sided Frame

The frame body has two types: four-column and two-column. And each has four
specifications: 3m, 2.6m, 2.2m and 1.8m. Take four-column frame as an example to
display its assembly relation. The exchange side terminal block and cable side
terminal block are mounted alternately from the right side. As shown in Figure 1-2.

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1. Frame body 2. Back cable tray 3. Front cable tray


4. Alarm mounting plate 5. Cable side terminal block 6. Exchange side terminal block
7. Frame guardrail

Figure 1.2

The structure parameter of JPX202 single-sided MDF is shown in Table 1-2.

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Table 2.1

External line Internal line Dimension (mm)

Distance
Frame Cable between
Type Capacity Column Pair/ Capacity Column Pair/ body tray the lowest Width Depth
(pair) Qty column (pair) Qty column height height module W D
H1 H2 and
ground h

SF1B 2400 100×12 2560 128×10 3000 250

SF2B 2000 100×10 2048 128×8 2600 290


2 2 200 1000
SF3B 1600 100×8 1536 128×6 2200 330

SF4B 1200 100×6 1024 128×4 1800 370


600
SF1D 1200 100×12 1280 128×10 3000 250

SF2D 1000 100×10 1024 128×8 2600 290


1 1 200 500
SF3D 800 100×8 768 128×6 2200 330

SF4D 600 100×6 512 128×4 1800 370

III. Wall-mounted Frame

The frame has three types: GQ100, GQ200andGQ400.The structure parameter is


shown in. Take GQ400 as an example to display its appearance and assembly
relation. As shown in Table 1-3.

Table 2.2

External line Internal line Length (H) Width (W) Depth (D)
Type
capacity (pair) capacity (pair) (mm) (mm) (mm)

JPX202-GQ100 100×1 128×1 591 250 90

JPX202-GQ200 100×2 128×2 611 500 90

JPX202-GQ400 100×4 128×3 1111 500 90

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1. Alarm mounting plate 2. Cable side terminal block 3. Exchange side terminal block

Figure 1.3

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1.2.2 Cable Side Terminal Block

The appearance of FA8-72 cable side terminal block is shown in Figure1-4(a) and (b).

D
W

(a) (b)

Figure 1.4

The FA8-72 cable side terminal block is the core part of JPX202 MDF. It’s used to
connect the external line and jumper, and it can provide over-voltage/over-current
protection and alarm signal report through the protective unit inserted in.
 Module dimension: H×W×D=220×148×120mm.

1.2.3 STO-83 Exchange Side Terminal Block

The STO-83 exchange side terminal block is used to terminate intra-office cable and
connect jumper. And it can be used to test and disconnection.

The appearance of STO-83 exchange side terminal block is shown in Figure 1-5.

D W

Figure 1.5

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 Module (128 pairs) dimension: H×W×D=248×130×76mm;


The STO-83 exchange side terminal block has two types: horizontally mounted type
and vertically mounted type. The two types are identical in structure, capability,
function and appearance but different I n the connection mode of mounting-ear at
backside

I. Horizontally Mounted Type (STO-83B)

The horizontally mounted type is used for the double-sided frame, as shown in
Figure1-6. And its location in the frame body is shown in Figure 1-1.

Figure 1.6

II. Vertically Mounted Type (STO-83A)

The vertically mounted type is used for the single-sided and wall-mounted frame, as
shown in Figure1-7. And its location in frame body is shown in Figure1-2 and 1-3.

Figure 1.7

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1.2.4 FA9-81/83 Series Protective Unit

FA9-81/83 is a plug-connected protective unit with integrated over-current/over-


voltage protection, which is used in cooperation with cable side terminal block.

I. FA9-81B Protective Unit

1
2
3 4
5

1.Discharge tube fail 2. Diode gas discharge 3. Discharge tube fail


safe(FS) tube(GDT) safe(FS)
4. Over-current alarm 5. High-speed pPTCR

Figure 1.8

The protective unit adopts diode gas discharge tube and high-speed pPTCR and is
provided with FS protection, FS alarm, over-current alarm and fuse protection.

II. FA9-83A Protective Unit

1
2
3 4
5

1. Discharge tube fail safe(FS) 2. Diode semiconductor arrester(SA)

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3. Discharge tube fail safe 4. Over-current alarm (k3)


5. High-speed pPTCR

Figure 1.9

The protective unit adopts diode gas discharge tube and high-speed pPTCR and is
provided with FS protection, FS alarm, over-current alarm and fuse protection.

III. JPX202-FA9-81F Chip Protective Unit

JPX202-FA9-81F protective unit adopts semiconductor integrated circuits of over-


voltage and over-current protection. It controls the conduction of thyristor by testing
the current passing through sampling resistor. Shunt the input current into and
discharge it into ground to protect followed circuits and generate alarm signals. The
appearance of this unit is similar with the one mentioned above.

IV. JPX202-FA9-81J Protective Unit

JPX202-FA9-81J Protective unit adopts diode gas discharge tube (GDT), high-speed
pPTCR it provides the over-current and over voltage protection for exchange and
access network circuit but it has no alarm function. The appearance of it is shown in
Figure 1-10.

1. Diode gas discharge tube(GDT) 2. High-speed pPTCR

Figure 1.10 JPX202-FA9-81J

1.2.5 Alarm System

I. Function

The alarm system is installed on MDF body. When the FS occurs to any protective
unit on the distribution module and the LED indicator is on, the corresponding column

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alarm LED indicator is on. The general alarm sends out the audible and visual alarm
and provides the steady power supply voltage for the LED of the protective unit.
Meanwhile, the monitor cable is connected to send the alarm signal to NM center for
centralized monitoring.

II. Main performances and technical parameters

2) For General Alarm


 Protection for reversed connection of input power;
 Audio-visual alarm and anechoic function;
 Power-on prompt function;
 Protection for short circuit and alarm signal input port (Si);
 Monitoring output port to output the switch signal;
 Powerful loading capability to carry multiple single column alarm apparatus;
 Input DC voltage range: -50V±10V DC.
3) For single column alarm
 Visual alarm function;
 Protection for short circuit and alarm signal input port (Si);
 Input DC voltage range: -50V±10V DC;
 Improper alarm prevention function.
The appearance of JPX202 MDF audio-visual alarm system is shown in Figure1-11.

Column alarm General alarm

Figure 3.1

1.2.6 Accessories and Application

The accessories of JPX202 MDF are the indispensable tools in the installation and
usage of MDF and include the IDC tool, testing plug, open-circuit plug, four-wheel
moveable ladder, high stool and digital label.

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I. IDC Tool

The inserting tool of JPX202 MDF is an “insulation displacement connecting” tool with
wire-cutting facility. After the wire is pushed into the proper position of the fastening
slot of the end-forming terminal, the wire-cutting device will cut the redundant wire
end. The IDC tool is attached with a hook used for wire clearance. The appearance of
it is shown in Figure 1-12.

Figure 3.2

II. Testing Plug

The testing plug is the plug-in unit used to test the internal and external lines on MDF,
as shown in Figure 1-13. A pair of red clips is connected to the internal line tester or
telephone set and a pair of black clips is connected to the external line tester (e.g.
ohmmeter). The testing plug can be used for the STO-83 exchange side terminal
block of JPX202 MDF. When the testing plug is inserted, the screw faces the jumper
side. The testing plug can also be used for the FA8-72 cable side terminal block of
JPX202 series. When the testing plug is inserted, the screw faces downwards. It can
be inserted into the upper side or lower side of the protective unit so as to test the
internal and external lines. It can also be used to test the online protective unit.

Figure 3.3

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III. Disconnection Plug

The disconnection plug is the insulation plastic unit used to disconnect the connection
of the internal and external lines on MDF, as shown in Figure 1-14. It can be used for
the STO-83 exchange side terminal block or for the FA8-72 cable side terminal block.
It can be inserted into the upper side or lower side of the protective unit.

Figure 3.4

IV. Application of Testing Plug and Disconnecting Plug

Figure 1-15 is the structure schematic diagram of the testing plug and disconnection
plug inserted into the upper (lower) side of the protective unit in the FA8-72 cable side
terminal block.

1. Protective unit 2. Disconnecting plug 3. Testing plug

Figure 3.5

V. Four-wheel mobile ladder and high-stool

The user can use four-wheel six-stairs mobile ladder (Figure1-16) or high-stool
(Figure1-17).The two accessories are separated from frame body.
4) Ladder

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Height of each stair: 220mm;

Distance between the topmost platform and ground: 1320mm;

The area of the topmost platform: 450×450mm;

H×W×D:1320×1480×565mm。

H×W×D: 1320×1480×565mm.
5) High-stool
Height of each stair: 333mm,

Distance between the topmost platform and ground: 1000mm;

The area of the topmost platform: 316×350mm;

H×W×D: 1000×780×520mm.

The ladder is equipped with wheel brake. The ladder cannot move if wheels are
braked and brake cable are not dragged. Otherwise the ladder can move.

Figure 5.1

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Figure 5.2

VI. Digital Label

The digital label is used to identify the column of the external line module of the
distribution frame. It is white words on blue background and self-adhesive. It can be
directly stuck to the corresponding groove of the identification board on top of the
distribution frame, as shown in Figure 1-18.

Figure 5.3

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Chapter 2 Installation Preparation

2.1 Requirement for Shelter/Container

The distribution frame is a connecting center of overall communication system. There


are some requirements for shelter/container, such as shockproof, dampproof, heat-
radiation and fire protection function.

I. Shockproof

For the areas where the earthquake occurs frequently, the shockproof measures
should be provided when install the distribution frame system. The shelter which can
not meet the requirement should be reinforced.

II. Dampproof

Block up the supporting surface to prevent the dampness. But for the shelter with
cable groove, the external barrel-drain should be lower than the cable groove.
Meanwhile, for the shelter cabling via ditch, the pitch glass cloth can be used as the
dampproof layer.

III. Heat-radiation

The shelter/container should be drafty with sufficient air in it. Make sure that there is
no barrel-drain, wash stand installed upside, left side or right side of the shelter.

IV. Fire control

Because the communication equipment is a kind of special equipment, the fire


protection device should comply with electrical power distribution fire protection rules.
For example, set the dry chemical fire extinguisher.

V. Lighting

The lighting standard in the equipment room should be 100 lumens.

VI. Loading

The loading capacity of foundation should be at least 1ton/m 2.

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VII. Thunderproof

Generally, the resistance of thunder proof should be less than 1 Ω.

2.2 Tools

Tools for the installation of distribution frame:


6) Rubber mallet
7) Double offset ring spanner M10 and M13.
8) Cross screwdriver.
9) Open spanner M10 and M13.
10) 8 and 10 punch drill
11) Level bar, vertical ruler and 5m tape measure
12) Knife
13) Socket M10 and M13.

2.3 Unpacking and Inspection

The unpacking and inspection of the equipment: The packing list should usually be
put in 1# box with the red label. It should be checked whether all parts are provided
according to the packing list. The check result should be filled in the unpacking &
accepting report.

2.4 Points for Attention


14) To ensure the cleanness of parts, wear gloves during the installation.
15) It is forbidden to damage the surface of the parts during the installation.
16) Fix the ground line firmly.

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Chapter 3 Installation, Cabling and Usage of


Double-Sided Frame

3.1 Introduction for Main Parts

3.1.1 Main Parts of Frame Body

Take four-column frame F4B as an example, as shown in Figure 3-1.

Figure 16.1

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17) Vertical installation pole (see Figure 3-2):

1. Front vertical pole (with installation holes for cable side terminal 2. Back vertical pole
block)

Figure 17.1

The quantities and lengths of the vertical installation poles of various types are shown
in Table 3-1.

Table 1.1

FnC FnB FnE FnD


Type
Number Length Number Length Number Length Number Length
n
(pcs) (mm) (pcs) (mm) (pcs) (mm) (pcs) (mm)

1 2990 2990 2990 2990

2 2590 2590 2590 2590


5 4 3 2
3 2190 2190 2190 2190

4 1790 1790 1790 1790

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18) Alarm indicator panel (Qty: 1pcs) (see Figure 3-3)

Figure 18.1

The dimension of various alarm indicator panels is shown in Table 3-2 (n=1, 2, 3, 4)

Table 1.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 1250×162×51.5 1000×162×51.5 750×162×51.5 500×162×51.5

19) Front cable tray (Qty: 1PCS) ( see Figure 3-4)

Figure 19.1

The dimension of various cable trays is shown in Table 3-3 (n=1, 2, 3, and 4):

Table 1.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 1250×200×45 1000×200×45 750×200×45 500×200×45

20) Back cable tary (Qty: 1pcs) (see Figure 3-5):

Figure 20.1

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The dimension of various back cable tray is shown in Table 3-4 (n=1, 2, 3, and 4)

Table 1.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 1250×200×45 1000×200×45 750×200×45 500×200×45

21) Top mounting plate (Qty: 1pcs) ( see Figure 3-6)

Figure 21.1

The dimension of various top mounting plate is shown in Table 3-5 (n=1, 2, 3, and 4)

Table 1.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 1250×406×50 1000×406×50 750×406×50 500×406×50

22) Mark pole(Qty: 2pcs) (see Figure 3-7)


Dimension: 480×50×30mm.

Figure 22.1

23) Mark plate(Qty: 1pcs) (see Figure 3-8)

Figure 23.1

The dimension of various mark plates is shown in Table 3-6 (n=1, 2, 3, 4)

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Table 1.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 1250×50.3×40.7 1000×50.3×40.7 750×50.3×40.7 500×50.3×40.7

24) Walling bar (Qty: 1pcs) (see Figure 3-9)


The length is ranged from 1200mm to 2000mm.

Figure 24.1

25) Walling crossbeam (Qty: 1pcs) (see Figure 3-10)

Figure 25.1

The dimension of various walling crossbeams is shown in Table 3-7 (n=1, 2, 3, 4).

Table 1.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 650×50×40 650×50×40 500×50×40 500×50×40

26) Testing beam(Qty: 5pcs) (see Figure 3-11)

Figure 26.1

The dimension of various testing beams is shown in Table 3-8 (n=1, 2, 3, and 4)

Table 1.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 1250×43×13 1000×43×13 750×43×13 500×43×13

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27) Sub-transverse bar(Qty: 20pcs) (see Figure 3-12)


Dimension: 740×43×30mm.

Figure 27.1

28) Jumper rod (see Figure 3-13)

Figure 28.1

The quantities of various jumper rods are shown in Table 3-9.

Table 1.1

Type F1C F2C F3C F4C F1B F2B F3B F4B F1E F2E F3E F4E F1D F2D F3D F4D

Qty 45 40 30 25 36 32 24 20 27 24 18 15 18 16 12 10

29) Small cable-guide ring I (see Figure 3-14)

Figure 29.1

The quantities of various small cable-guide rings are shown in Table 3-10.

Table 1.1

Type F1C F2C F3C F4C F1B F2B F3B F4B F1E F2E F3E F4E F1D F2D F3D F4D

Qty 60 50 40 30 48 40 32 24 36 30 24 18 24 20 16 12

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30) Small cable-guide ring Ⅱ (see Figure 3-15)

Figure 30.1

The quantities of various small cable-guide ring Ⅱare shown in Table 3-11.

Table 1.1

Type F1C F2C F3C F4C F1B F2B F3B F4B F1E F2E F3E F4E F1D F2D F3D F4D

Qty 45 40 30 25 36 32 24 20 27 24 18 15 18 16 12 10

31) Vertical cable-guide ring (see Figure 3-16)

Figure 31.1

The quantities of various vertical cable-guide rings are shown in Table 3-12.

Table 1.1

Type F1C F2C F3C F4C F1B F2B F3B F4B F1E F2E F3E F4E F1D F2D F3D F4D

Qty 45 40 30 25 36 32 24 20 27 24 18 15 18 16 12 10

32) Horizontal connecting pole (Qty: 6pcs) (see Figure 3-17)


Dimension: 220×30×30mm.

Figure 32.1

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33) Grounding copper busbar and column grounding cable (Qty:1pcs) (see Figure 3-
18)

Figure 33.1

The dimension of various grounding copper busbar is shown in Table 3-13. (n=1, 2, 3,
4)

Table 1.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 1250×30×3 1000×30×3 750×30×3 500×30×3

Dimension: φ16mm2
34) Double-sided frame support (Qty: 4pcs) (see Figure 3-19)
Dimension: 762×60×38.5mm

Figure 34.1

35) Ward plate(Qty: 1pcs) (see Figure 3-20)

Figure 35.1

The dimension of various ward plates is shown in Table 3-14 (n=1, 2, 3, and 4)

Table 1.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 1250×60×20 1000×60×20 750×60×20 500×60×20

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Bottom crossbeam (Qty: 1pcs) (see Figure 3-21).

Figure 35.2

The dimension of various bottom crossbeams is shown in Table 3-15 (n=1, 2, 3, and
4)

Table 2.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 1250×60×24 1000×60×24 750×60×24 500×60×24

3.1.2 Components for Double-sided Frame Combination

I. Frame body connector and copper busbar Figure 3-22

Frame body connector Copper busbar

Figure 35.3

II. Direct connector (see Figure 3-23) (used for guardrail combination)

Figure 35.4

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3.1.3 Introduction to Main Parts of Guardrails

It is adaptable to the F1 series (3000mm high) and F2 series (2600mm high) frame
bodies.

The dimension of various guardrails is shown in Table 3-16 (n=1, 2)

Table 4.1

Type FnC FnB FnE FnD

Dimension (mm) 1500×1250×180 1250×1250×180 1000×1250×180 750×1250×180

Take double-sided four-column frame as an example to indicate the assembly


relation, as shown in Figure 3-24.

0
25
5
35

1 2 3 4 5

Figure 35.5

36) Left and Right Guardrails (Qty: 2pcs) (see Figure 3-25)
Dimension: 1190×30×30mm.

Figure 36.1

37) Beam (Qty: 2pcs) (see Figure 3-26)


Dimension: 1190×30×30mm.

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Figure 37.1

38) Front and Back Guardrail (Qty: 2pcs) (see Figure 3-27)

Figure 38.1

The dimension of various front and back guardrail is shown in Table 3-17.

Table 1.1

Type FC FB FE FD

Dimension (mm) 1250×30×30 1000×30×30 750×30×30 500×30×30

39) Support(Qty: 8pcs) (see Figure 3-28)


Dimension: 150×30×30mm.

Figure 39.1

40) Angle Connector(Qty: 4pcs) (see Figure 3-29)

Figure 40.1

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3.1.4 Base of Double-sided Frame

Quantity: 1pcs, configured according to actual requirements.

The base is divided into four types: DZ-FC, FB, FE and FD, which are respectively
adaptable to JPX-FC, FB, FE and FD MDF.

Take DZ-FB for example to describe them below. The appearance is shown in Figure
3-30.

Figure 40.2

41) Usage range: The based is adaptable to JPX202-F1B, F2B, F3B and F4B MDF.
42) Adjustable height: 250, 280, 300, 330, 350, 380, 400 and 420mm.
43) Adjustment method: Take out the 4-M12 locking bolt, adjust the support to the
required height and then fasten the 4-M12 locking bolt.
44) Precaution for installation: It is required to firmly screw 8-M8X70 frame supporter
expansion bolt and the connection bolt between 12-M8X60 base and frame
body. The upper support installation surface must be horizontal (adjusted with
level bar).
45) The frame supporter installation hole location of the base is shown in Figure 3-
31.

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Figure 45.1

3.1.5 Marking Installation Template

Marking installation template is shown in Figure 3-32.


地脚定位标记 地脚定位标记 地脚定位标记 地脚定位标记
Ground Foot Ground Foot Ground Foot Ground Foot
Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark

连接孔 连接孔 连接孔 连接孔


Hole for Connection Hole for Connection Hole for Connection Hole for Connection

连接孔 连接孔 连接孔 连接孔


Hole for Connection Hole for Connection Hole for Connection Hole for Connection

连接孔 连接孔 连接孔 连接孔


Hole for Connection Hole for Connection Hole for Connection Hole for Connection


地脚定位标记 地脚定位标记 地脚定位标记 地脚定位标记
Ground Foot Ground Foot Ground Foot Ground Foot
Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark

Figure 45.2

46) The hole size of the marking installation template is shown in Figure 3-33.

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Figure 46.1

47) Usage of marking installation template


As a accessory, the marking installation template is used to determine the installation
hole location when the frame body and the ground are firmly connected. Put the
marking installation template on the designated installation ground, mark the
installation hole location with chalk and then drill holes on the sign with the punch drill.

3.2 Installation Guidance of Double-sided Frame

Take double-side four-column F48 as an example.

When the double-sided frame is installed, the installation location of the distribution
frame should be first determined according to the frame size, the requirements from
the users and the locations of the front and back cable trays. Meanwhile, the reliable
connection and fixing between the frame body and equipment room should be
considered.

The specific installation includes the following parts: installation of frame body,
installation of cable side terminal block, installation of exchange side terminal block,
installation of alarm system, installation of grounding cable and frame combination.

3.2.1 Installation of Frame Body

48) Open the frame accessory box where the bolt components, spring washers, flat
washers and nuts are available.

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49) Take out four groups of vertical installation poles and four frame supporter of
double-sided frame. Take a group of vertical installation pole and a dual-sided
frame support. Put horizontally the vertical installation pole on a platform (The
front and back vertical poles are distinguished. The installation hole of the cable
side terminal block is available at the side of the front vertical pole). Aim at the
hole location of the vertical installation pole and the dual-sided frame support
with rubber hammer (The front vertical pole of the vertical installation pole and
the front end of the dual-sided frame support are aligned. Fasten them with
M6×16 bolt unit, then turn them around and then firmly screw the bolt unit at the
same location of another side. See Figure 3-34.
Install four groups in the same way.

3
1. Front vertical pole 2. Back vertical pole 3. Double-sided frame support

Figure 49.1

50) Take out the bottom crossbeam and six horizontal connecting poles and then
connect and fasten the vertical installation pole and bottom crossbeam. Install
the horizontal connecting pole into the front and back side of the vertical
installation pole in turn. The specific procedures are as follows:
 Put a packaging paper on the ground. Take the first group of vertical installation
pole and the frame supporter and erect them on the packaging paper. Put a
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installation pole. Aim at the hole location and firmly fasten them with M6×16 bolt
unit.

Figure 50.1

 Take the second group of vertical installation pole and then firmly connect it with
the bottom crossbeam in the same way at the adjacent location of the first group
of vertical installation pole.

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 Take two horizontal connecting poles to respectively connect the front and back
side of two groups of vertical installation pole. In the connection, first make the
opening of horizontal connecting pole upward and then aim the hole location of
the lower part of the horizontal connecting pole at the upper hole location of the
vertical pole. Install M6 × 16 bolt units and then turn it by 180º. Make the opening
downward and aim at the second hole location, then fasten it with the bolt unit.
See Figure 3-36.

Figure 50.2

 Connect the third group of vertical installation pole, front & back horizontal
connecting poles, the fourth group of vertical installation pole and the remaining
horizontal connecting poles with the bolt units in the same way. See Figure 3-37.

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Figure 50.3

51) Take out the top mounting plate, front & back cable tray and alarm indicator
panal.
Distinguish the front and back side of the top mounting plate (The cabling hole of
alarm device is available at the front side) and cover it on the upper side of the
vertical installation pole , make the hole locations of four reinforcing boards aim at the
hole locations on top of the vertical installation pole.

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First install the bolt between the front face of the back vertical pole and the back
upper installation board and then keep the alarm device installation board close to the
front face of front pole. Aim at the hole location and then respectively press the front &
back cable trays on the front & back installation brackets of the installation bracket
component. Aim at the holes and then fasten the front & back cable trays and top
mounting plate on the top of the vertical installation pole with eight M6×16 bolt units.
See Figure 3-38.

2
3

4 1

1. Top mounting plate 2. Front cable tray


3. Back cable tray 4. Alarm indicator panal

Figure 51.1

52) Take out all sub-transverse bars and small cable-guide rings Ⅱ and fasten them
on the vertical pole of the frame. See Figure 3-39.

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1. Sub-transverse bar 2. Small cable-guide ring Ⅱ

Figure 52.1

The specific installation procedures are as follows:


 Take a sub-transverse bar of double-sided frame and put the end with the self-
clinching nut into the inner side of the bending trough of the front vertical pole.
Keep the flat side of self-clinching close to the left (seen from the front face of the
frame) of the inner side of the front vertical pole. Keep the back side of the other
end to the surface of the back vertical pole. First aim the self-clinching hole of the

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front end of the sub-transverse bar at the waist-shape hole of the left side of the
front vertical pole and install a M6×16 bolt. Then take out a small cable-guide
ringⅡ, fix a M6× 16 bolts shared with the sub-transverse bar on the self-
clinching hole of back vertical pole parallel with the waist-shape hole of front
vertical pole, and then fasten all bolts. See Figure 3-40.

Figure 52.2

 Install all sub-transverse bars and small cable-guide ring Ⅱ from the bottom up
and from left to right in the same way. There are five groups per column and four
columns are available.
 A row of waist-shape holes used to install the sub-transverse bar is available at
the left of each front vertical pole. The center of the first waist-shape hole from
the bottom up is 510mm away from the ground. The distance between two waist-
shape holes is 250mm. The number of the sub-transverse bar installed depends
on that of the waist-shape hole.
53) Install the ward plate and grounding copper busbar component. The ward plate
is specially installed at the back end of the frame supporter so as to prevent the
feet from getting damaged by the angles of dual-sided frame support in the work.
The installation method is shown in Figure 3-41.

1 2

1. Ward plate 2. Grounding copper busbar component

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Figure 53.1

54) Install the testing beam. Connect the plane, which the self-clinching bolt is
available on the beam, to the protruding plane of sub-transverse bar with M6×16
bolt unit. It should be specially noted that the side with a row of waist-shape
holes is downward. See Figure 3-42.

1. Testing beam

Figure 54.1

55) Install the walling bar. The walling bar adopts two installation modes: stand mode
and hanging mode. The stand mode is the most frequently used. It is
recommended to adopt the stand mode to make the installation steady and
reliable.
The stand mode is described below: Distinguish the front and back ends of the
walling bar. Make the front end pass through the square hole at the lower part of the
back cable tray and cross the front & back upper installation boards of the upper
installation board component. Keeps the lower plane of the walling bar close to the
upper plane of the top mounting plate. Aim the first hole of the front end at the hole
locations of the front upper installation board and front cable tray. Install M6 × 16 bolt
units and fasten them with flat washer 6, spring washer 6 and nut M6. See Figure 3-
43.

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1. Walling bar

Figure 55.1

56) Install the mark pole and mark plate. Keep the upper plane of the mark pole to
the back of the walling bar and keep the end with the hole close to the back top
mounting plate. Aim at the hole location and fasten them with M6×16 bolt unit.
Keep the upper plane of the mark plate close to the lower plane of the walling bar and
insert it into the seam between the mark pole and walling bar. Make the hole locations
of the mark plate, mark pole and walling bar aim at each other. Install M6 × 16 bolt
units from top to bottom and fasten them with flat washer 6, spring washer 6 and nut
M6. See Figure 3-44

2
1

1. Mark plate 2. Mark pole 1


Figure 56.1

57) Fasten the frame body and the ground: Determine the installation and fixing
location of the frame body and walling crossbeam according to the actual size of
user’s area and the length of walling bar (Adjustable range of walling bar: 1200-
2000mm.).

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Take out the marking installation template and mark the drilling location sign with the
chalk on the installation and fixing location of the frame body.

Drill holes and then strike the expansion bolt into it. Move it onto the frame body and
aim the head of the expansion bolt at waist-shape holes. See Figure 3-45.

Then determine the installation and fixing location of the walling crossbeam: Take out
the walling crossbeam and make the backs of three waist-shape holes lean against
the wall. Keep one side of two waist-shape holes close to the back of the walling bar
1
and aim at two holes. Install two M6×16 bolt units and fasten the walling bar and the
beam with flat washer 6, spring washer 6 and nut M6. Determine the installation
locations of three waist-shape holes of the beam on the wall and mark the drilling
location signs. See Figure 3-46. Drill holes and then strike the expansion bolt into it so
as to fasten the walling crossbeam on the wall.

Screw the nut of the frame supporter bolt to fasten the frame body on the ground. The
required number of the expansion bolt depends on actual cases. To install and fasten
the frame body, it is recommended that all frame supporter installation holes and
beam installation holes are installed with expansion bolts.

If the cabling is required under the frame body of the user, it is required that the base
is installed on the ground and then the frame body is installed on the base.

1. Installation waist-shape hole of frame supporter

Figure 57.1

1. Installation waist-shape hole of walling


crossbeam

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Figure 57.2

58) If the frame body adopts F1 series and F2 series, it is required to install the
guardrail around the frame body. Connect the guardrail to the frame body with
bolt unit M6×16, flat washer 6, spring washer 6 and nut M6 through the guardrail
beam. See Figure 3-47.

Note:

When the frame bodies are combined, the installation of the guardrail is changed a
little. The left and right ward plates are removed out of the guardrail of the
intermediate frame body. The guardrails are connected to each other through direct
connector. That is to say, only the left and right ward plates at both ends are remained
for the whole combined frame body.

1. Double-sided frame guardrail

Figure 58.1

59) Take out all small cable-guide rings Ⅰand fasten it on the corresponding small
enclosure board at the back of the front vertical pole with M6×16 bolt unit. Each
cable side terminal block is installed with a small cable-guide ringsⅠ.See Figure
3-48.

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1. Small cable-guide rings I 2. Vertical cable-guide rings

Figure 59.1

60) Take out all vertical cable-guide rings and insert the guardrails into
corresponding hole locations in the bending trough of sub-transverse bar
adjacent to the front vertical pole, as shown in Figure 3-2-13. Fasten them with
flat washer 6, spring washer 6 and nut M6. For fastening method, refer to Figure
3-49.

Figure 60.1

61) Insert the jumper rods into the sub-transverse bars via the rectangular holes on
upper planes of sub-transverse bars. Then fasten them with bolt unit M6×16, flat
washer 6, spring washer 6 and nut M6. See Figure 3-50.

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1. Jumper rod

Figure 61.1

62) The structures of five-column, three-column and two-column double-sided frame


body vary with different configurations. So the actual structure of frame body
may be different from the above-mentioned one, but the installation method is
basically the same as the above-mentioned one.

3.2.2 Installation of Cable side terminal block

63) Open the white foam box of the cable side terminal block (FA8-72) and take out
the cable side terminal block and three M6×16 bolt units.
64) Install the cable side terminal block onto the front vertical pole of the vertical
installation pole. The location depends on the side rivet hole of the front vertical
pole and the direction is from the bottom up. The specific operation is as follows:
 Connect three ear boards of cable side terminal block to the front vertical pole
and adjust the location of cable side terminal block upwards and downwards so
as to aim the hole locations of ear boards at the corresponding self-clinching
hole installed on the front vertical pole. Then fasten them with M6×16 bolt unit.
See Figure 3-51, 3-52 and3-53.

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Figure 64.1

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Figure 64.2

Figure 64.3

 Install the cable side terminal block onto the most left front vertical pole from top
to bottom in the method described in A, as shown Figure 3-54.

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Figure 64.4

 Install the cable side terminal block on the front vertical pole from left to right in
the method described in A and B, as shown Figure 3-55.

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Figure 64.5

 A grounding earflap is connected to an adjacent cable side terminal block at the


lower part of the back of each cable side terminal block. The grounding earflap of
last cable side terminal block is connected to the grounding cable (Note: The
installation must be steady and reliable). See Figure 3-56.

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1. Grounding earflap 2. Grounding cable

Figure 64.6

 Stick module sign: After the installation of the cable side terminal block, stick the
module signs on the small panes of sign bars at the left and right sides of each
module in order to distinguish the modules. See Figure 3-57.
Take out the module sign label and stick label 1, 2, 3… in turn from top to bottom on
each column cable side terminal block.

1. Module sign

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Figure 64.7

3.2.3 Installation of Exchange side terminal block

65) Open the white foam box of the exchange side terminal block (STO-83B) and
take out the exchange side terminal block and three M6×16 bolt units.
66) Connect two ear boards of exchange side terminal block to the beam of
exchange side terminal block and adjust the location of exchange side terminal
block leftwards and rightwards so as to aim the hole locations of ear boards at
the corresponding installation holes on the beam. Fasten them with M6 × 16 bolt
units. Make the corresponding self-clinching screw pass through the waist-shape
holes of the beam and then fasten them with flat washer 6, spring washer 6 and
nut M6. See Figure 3-58.

Figure 66.1

67) Install the exchange side terminal block on the lowest testing beam from left to
right (seen from the back of the frame body) in the method described in (2), as
shown Figure 3-59.

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Figure 67.1

68) Install the exchange side terminal block on the testing beam from the bottom up
in the method described in (2), as shown Figure 3-60.

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Figure 68.1

69) Stick module sign: After the installation of the exchange side terminal block, stick
the module signs on the small panes of sign bars at the upper and lower sides of
each module in order to distinguish the modules. See Figure 3-61.
Take out the module sign label and stick label 1, 2, 3… in turn from top to bottom on
each row of exchange side terminal block.

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That is, stick label 1 to the most upper row of exchange side terminal block and label
2 to the second row. The same way is used for other rows.

1. Module label

Figure 69.1

3.2.4 Installation and Layout of Alarm System

I. Layout of alarm signal plug cable

Connect the alarm signal sockets at the back of adjacent cable side terminal block in
1
one column with the alarm signal plug cable, as shown in Figure 3-62.

1. Alarm signal plug cable

Figure 69.2

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II. Installation of Alarm

70) Open the box and take out the general alarm.
71) Fix the general alarm on the side of the first column (from left to right) of back
vertical pole of the frame body with M6X16 bolt unit. The installation location
depends on the corresponding hole location. See Figure 3-63.

Figure 71.1

72) Fix four red light emitting diode (LED) sockets on the LED installation holes of
the alarm device installation board of frame body and respectively insert LEDs
on four column alarm boards into the LED sockets of frame body, as shown in
Figure 3-64.

1 2 3 4

Figure 72.1

73) Alarm line connection of column alarm


 Respectively insert the plugs at one end of four signal lead-ins (Si) into the
corresponding earplug jacks (J2) of four column alarm boards.
 Insert the connection line (LL) plug between columns into the adjacent three-core
socket (J1 or J3).
 Respectively insert the plugs which are located at both ends of the connection
line (GL) between the general alarm and column alarm, into the three-core
socket (J3) of general alarm and three-core socket (J1) of the first column of
alarm board in four columns of column alarm boards. See Figure 3-65.

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1 2 3

5 4

1. Column alarm 2. Alarm connection line between columns (LL)


3. Signal lead-in (Si) 4. Connection line of general alarm
5. Module connection line

Figure 73.1

74) Respectively insert the plug, which is located at the other end of four signal lead-
ins (Si) on column alarm board, into the alarm signal socket at the back of the
most upper cable side terminal block of the corresponding column, as shown in
Figure 3-66.

1. Signal lead-in (Si)

Figure 74.1

75) Alarm line connection of main alarm:


2
 Insert one end of monitoring lead-out (JK) plug into the earplug jack of general
alarm (J1) and connect the other end to the monitoring interface.
 Insert the power lead-in (Pi) into the two-core socket (J2) of general alarm and
connect two cables of the other end respectively to the grounding cable (GND)
and -48V power cable.
 Finally, set the audible alarm switch and power switch of the general alarm to
location “1” (location “on”). See Figure 3-67.

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1. General alarm 2. Connection line between general alarm and column alarm (GL)
3. Monitoring lead-out (JK) 4. Power lead-in (blue one connected to -48V and the black one to
GND).

Figure 75.1

3.2.5 Installation of Grounding Cable

Adjacently fasten the lightning protection grounding cable, which is provided by the
operator and located in the equipment room (or measurement room), on the terminal
block of the grounding copper busbar at the lower part of frame body. See Figure 3-
68.

The size of the grounding cable should meet the requirements of the grounding
specifications. Refer to Temporary Technical Stipulations for Communication Office
(Site) Grounding Design (Integrated Building Part) (YDJ26-89). For the connection
with the switch and the power, refer to Engineering Installation Description of C&C08
Switching Equipment Grounding Specifications.

Note:

It is recommecnded that the crooss-sectional areas of grounding cable are not less
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1. Terminal block

Figure 75.2

3.2.6 Combination of Double-sided Frame

Each set of frame is equipped with two pole connectors (that is, horizontal connecting
pole), a copper busbar connector and some frame body connectors. Two adjacent
vertical poles of two frames are connected with the horizontal connecting pole. The
installation method is the same as that of horizontal connecting pole of frame body.

The horizontal protruding part of each frame and the location, where two frames can
keep close to each other in parallel, are connected with the frame body connector and
fastened with the screws, e.g. bottom crossbeam, testing beam and top mounting
plate. The grounding copper busbar is connected with the copper busbar connector.
See Figure 3-69.

1
2
3

1. Vertical pole 2. Copper busbas connector 3. Frame body connector


connector

Figure 75.3

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3.2.7 Installation Check

I. Debugging Alarm System

After the installation and power-on, the general alarm will generate 1—2 power-on
prompt sounds. LED on general alarm is on and then off before entering the normal
operation status: LEDs on all column alarms are off. LED on general alarm is off
without buzz and the monitoring cable is disconnected. When the protective unit for
debugging (simulating FS failure) is inserted, the column alarm LED is on. When the
column monitoring cable is connected, the general alarm generates the discontinuous
ding sound, LED is on and the main monitoring interface is connected. When the
audible alarm switch is closed, the sound disappears. When the protective unit for
debugging is taken out, LEDs of column alarm and general alarm are off and the
monitoring cable is disconnected. After debugging, set the audible alarm switch and
power switch to location “1” (that is, location “on” on the panel).

II. Commmon faults of general alarm and check methods

Fault symptom Fault reason Check method Maintenance method

After power- The polarity of the Measure the power Make the proper
on, no prompt power is connected voltage polarity. connection. Replace a
is vailable. inversely. The switch is Measure the voltage switch or adjust the
damaged or in bad before and behind the contact point. Replace
contact. The fuse is power switch or the a fuse.
damaged. contact resistance
after power-off.
Measure whether the
fuse is in open circuit.

When the Bad contact between Measure contact Make the contact
protective unit the grounding frames of resistance. Measure good. Make the
for debugging the module and the contact resistance and contact good or
(simulating FS ground. Bad contact of connection line. replace the
failure) is alarm signal chip and Measure LED and connection line.
inserted, no connection line between polarity. Measure the Replace LED or make
alarm occurs. modules. LED of power voltage and the the proper connection.
protective unit (column voltage between the Make the normal
alarm) is damaged or connection lines. power input with good
connected inversely. Measure whether the contact. Replace the
Bad contact of the fuse is in open circuit. fuse. Replace LM358.
power or abnormal Measure LM358.
voltage. The fuse is

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Fault symptom Fault reason Check method Maintenance method

damaged. LM358 is
damaged.

When the Bad contact between Measure contact Make the contact
protective unit the grounding frames of resistance. Measure good. Make the
fails in the the module and the contact resistance and contact good or
protection ground. Bad contact of connection line. replace the
(FS), no alarm alarm signal chip and Measure LED and connection line.
occurs. connection line between polarity. Measure the Replace the old
modules. LED of power voltage and the protective unit with a
protective unit (column voltage between the new one. Make the
alarm) is damaged or connection lines. normal power input
connected inversely. Measure whether the with good contact.
Bad contact of the fuse is in open circuit. Replace the fuse.
power or abnormal Measure LM358. Replace LM358.
voltage. The fuse is
damaged. LM358 is
damaged.

When the The connection line Measure the Make the contact of
column LED is between the general resistance of the the connection line
on, there is no alarm and column alarm connection line and good or replace the
response from is in bad contact or the that of the connection old connection line
the general connection line is point with a new one.
alarm. disconnected.

When the The audible alarm Check whether the Set to location “on”.
monitoring switch is not turned on. audible alarm switch is Replace CD4001.
cable is CD4001 is damaged. turned on. Check Replace the buzzer.
connected, no The buzzer is damaged. CD4001. Check the
audible alarm buzzer.
occurs.

III. Check general alarm and column alarm

76) When the alarm input plug of each column contacts the grounding copper busbar
at the lower part of the frame body, the alarm indicator of the column should be
on and the general alarm should generate the audible alarm. If something is
wrong, the check is required.
 Whether –48V power of general alarm is input.

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 Whether –48V power on the column alarm board is input.


 Whether the alarm signal output on the column alarm indicator board is in good
connection.
 Whether the grounding cable of the general alarm is connected to the copper
busbar at the lower part of the frame body.
77) Insert the protective unit for special alarm check into any grill of each cable side
terminal block. The red light emitting diode on the protective unit for alarm check
should emit the light and the alarm indicator of the column on the column alarm
board of the frame should also emit the light. Meanwhile, the general alarm
should generate the audible alarm signal. If something is wrong, the check is
required:
 If no alarm occurs to the cable side terminal blocks below the cable side terminal
block, the alarm cables of the cable side terminal block and the above cable side
terminal blocks are not connected.
 If the alarm occurs to some grills of the cable side terminal block but not to the
other grills, the cable side terminal block may be damaged.
78) The protective unit for special alarm check can be made at site. It is only
required to remove any fusible ring of K1, K2 and K3 switches in a protective unit
and make the alarm end S and grounding cable in short circuit.
79) It should be checked whether the lightning protection grounding cable of the
equipment room is reliably connected to the frame body. If the ohm part of digital
multimeter is used to measure the resistance of where the frame body and the
lightning protection grounding cable of the equipment room are connected, the
resistance should be smaller than 1Ω.

3.3 Cabling Guidance of Double-Sided Frame

The cabling of double-sided frame includes the upward cabling of external cable,
downward cabling of intra-office cable, the connection between external cable and
cable side terminal block, the connection between internal cable and exchange side
terminal block and the connection of the jumper between cable side terminal block
and exchange side terminal block

3.3.1 Layout of External Cable

80) The external (backbone) cable is led in according to the pair number required in
the design (If necessary, it can be made into the connector of end branch and led
in from the basement or the room under the measurement room to the
measurement room via upward cabling hole).
81) Strip the jackets of the external cables and then weave them. After that, bind
them up with the fire-resistant plastic tape.

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82) Fix the cable on the cable binding hole of sub-transverse bar with the nylon
thread along the left side of the vertical installation pole of frame body.
83) Branch off 100 pairs at each cable-guide ring and fix them on the left cable
binding location of cable-guide ring with nylon thread, as shown in Figure 3-70.

1. Cable side terminal block 2. External cable

Figure 83.1

3.3.2 Layout of Internal Cable

84) The internal cable from the intra-office switch is borne by the reinforcing board of
top mounting plate on top of frame body and is downwards connected to each
column of installation pole via the corresponding seam between the reinforcing
boards. Then it is fixed on the right side of sub-transverse bar with nylon thread
along the right side of the vertical installation pole.
85) Lead backwards the internal cable (128 pairs/cable or 64 pairs/cable) to the sub-
transverse bar and reserve a certain length. Bind it on the sub-transverse bar
with nylon thread. The reserved length is at the lower part of the corresponding
exchange side terminal block. See Figure 3-71.

1. Internal cable

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Figure 85.1

3.3.3 Connection and Layout of External Cable and Cable side terminal
block

86) 100 pairs of external cables, which are bound on the left side of cable-guide ring
behind the cable side terminal block, are divided into 10 pairs of cable group
according to color label and 10 groups are available. They are respectively led
into the corresponding cable distribution teeth of the left cable distribution board
of the block.
87) Respectively lead each pair of cables into the entry of cabling trough on the left
side of the block corresponding to color label and then lead it to the exit of the
external cabling trough on the front face of the block. See Figure 3-72.
10

20

30

50

60

70

80

90

Figure 87.1
100

88) Insert each cable into the corresponding clamping seam of the clamping reed of
external cable end with the IDC tool, as shown in Figure 3-73 and 3-74. When
the cable is clamped, the IDC tool will cut the redundant cable end.

1. External cable 2. Clamping trough of cable side terminal block

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Figure 88.1

1. External cable 2. IDC tool

Figure 88.2

3.3.4 Connection and Layout of Internal Cable and Exchange side terminal
block

The internal cable (128 pairs/cable or 64 pairs/cable) bound on the sub-transverse


bar are divided into 10 pairs of cable per group according to color label. They are
respectively led into the entry of cabling trough below the exchange side terminal
block corresponding color label sequence number, which are specifically 0-127 or 0-
63. Then they are led from the cabling trough to the exit of the front face of the block.
Insert each cable into the corresponding clamping seam of the clamping reed of
internal cable forming-end terminal with the IDC tool, as shown in Figure 3-73 and 3-
74. When the cable is clamped, the IDC tool will cut the redundant cable end. The
specific method is the same as the cable clamping of the cable side terminal block.
Figure 3-75 is the schematic diagram after the internal cable is led into the block from
the lower part.

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Figure 88.3

3.3.5 Connection and Layout of Jumper between Cable side terminal block
and Exchange side terminal block

According to the requirement, select the internal and external cables to be connected
behind the cable side terminal block and exchange side terminal block. First lead the
jumper into the entry on cabling trough of the exchange side terminal block, which
corresponds to the internal cable address. See Figure 3-76. Lead the cable through
the cabling trough and insert it into the corresponding seam of clamping reed with
IDC tool. Lead the cable to the jumper rod, make the cable go around the jumper rod
and then lead it leftwards (rightwards) and forwards to the vertical pole, where the
cable side terminal block is located, along the sub-transverse bar. Lead the cable
upwards (downwards) through the corresponding cable-guide ring to pass through the
entry of cabling trough on the right side of the cable side terminal block. See Figure 3-
77. Lead out the cable from the front face and insert it into the corresponding
clamping seam. When the cable is clamped, the IDC tool will cut the redundant cable
end.

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Figure 88.4

Figure 88.5

3.4 Usage Guidance of Double-sided Frame

3.4.1 Jumper Connection when Cable side terminal block and Exchange
side terminal block at Adjacent Location

Select the internal and external cables to be connected behind the cable side terminal
block and exchange side terminal block. First lead the jumper into the entry of cabling
trough on the exchange side terminal block, which corresponds to the internal cable
address. Lead the cable through the cabling trough and insert it into the
corresponding seam of clamping reed with IDC tool. Lead the cable to the jumper rod,
make the cable go around the jumper rod and lead it forwards to the vertical pole,
where the cable side terminal block is located, along the sub-transverse bar. Lead the
cable through the corresponding cable-guide ring and the entry of cabling trough on

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the right side of the cable side terminal block. Lead out the cable from the front face
and insert it into the corresponding clamping seam. When the cable is clamped, the
IDC tool will cut the redundant cable end. See Figure 3-78.

1. Cable side terminal 2. Exchange side terminal block 3. Jumper


block

Figure 88.6

3.4.2 Jumper Connection when Cable side terminal block and Exchange
side terminal block at Same Column but Different Rows

Select the internal and external cables to be connected behind the cable side terminal
block and exchange side terminal block. First lead the jumper into the entry of cabling
trough on the exchange side terminal block, which corresponds to the internal cable
address. Lead the cable through the cabling trough and insert it into the
corresponding seam of clamping reed with IDC tool. Lead the cable to the jumper rod,
make the cable go around the jumper rod and lead it through the corresponding small
cable-guide ring and vertical cable-guide ring. Then lead the cable to the vertical pole
where the cable side terminal block is located. Lead the cable through the
corresponding small cable-guide ring and the entry of cabling trough on the right side
of the cable side terminal block. Lead out the cable from the front face and insert it
into the corresponding clamping seam. When the cable is clamped, the IDC tool will
cut the redundant cable end. See Figure 3-79.

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1. Cable side terminal 2. Exchange side terminal block 3. Jumper


block

Figure 88.7

3.4.3 Jumper Connection when Cable side terminal block and Exchange
side terminal block at Different Columns and Different Rows

Select the internal and external cables to be connected behind the cable side terminal
block and exchange side terminal block. First lead the jumper into the entry of cabling
trough on the exchange side terminal block, which corresponds to the internal cable
address. Lead the cable through the cabling trough and insert it into the
corresponding seam of clamping reed with IDC tool. Lead the cable to the jumper rod,
make the cable go around the jumper rod and lead it through the corresponding small
cable-guide ring and vertical cable-guide ring. Then lead the cable to the vertical pole
where the cable side terminal block is located. Lead the cable through the
corresponding small cable-guide ring and the entry of cabling trough on the right side
of the cable side terminal block. Lead out the cable from the front face and insert it
into the corresponding clamping seam. When the cable is clamped, the IDC tool will
cut the redundant cable end. See Figure 3-80.

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1. Cable side terminal block 2. Exchange side terminal block 3. Jumper

Figure 88.8

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Chapter 4 Installation, Cabling and Usage of a


Single-sided Frame

4.1 Introduction for Main Parts

4.1.1 Main Parts of Frame Body

Take four-column frame F48 as an example, as shown in Figure4-1.

Figure 88.9

89) Vertical installation pole for protective unit (see Figure 4-2)

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Figure 89.1

The quantities and length of vertical installation pole are shown in Table4-1.

Table 1.1

Type SFnB SFnD

n Qty (pcs) Length (mm) Qty (pcs) Length (mm)

1 2990 2990

2 2590 2590
2 1
3 2190 2190

4 1790 1790

90) Vertical installation pole for testing (See the Figure 4-3):

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Figure 90.1

The quantities and length of various vertical installation pole for testing are shown in
Table 4-2.

Table 1.1

Type SFnB SFnD

n QTY(PCS) Length (mm) QTY(PCS) Length (mm)

1 2990 2990

2 2590 2590
2 1
3 2190 2190

4 1790 1790

91) Alarm indicator panel (see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)


92) Front cable tray (see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)
93) Back cable tray (see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)
94) Top mounting plate(Qty: 1pcs) (see the Figure 4-4)

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Figure 94.1

The dimension of various top mounting plate is shown in Table 4-3 (n=1, 2, 3, 4)

Table 1.1

Type SFnB SFnD

Dimension (mm) 1000×406×50 500×406×50

95) Walling bar (see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)


96) Walling crossbeam (see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)
97) Sub-transverse bar (amount: 20pcs) (see the Figure 4-5).
Dimension: 391×30×17.5mm

Figure 97.1

98) Small cable guide ringⅠ(see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)


99) Vertical cable guide ring (see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)
100) Horizontal connector pole (see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)
101) Cable tray box (Qty: 1pcs) (see the Figure 4-6)

Figure 101.1

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The dimension of various cable tray box is shown in Table4-4(n=1,2,3,4)

Table 1.1

Type SFnB SFnD

Dimension (mm) 1000×165×162 500×165×162

102) Grounding copper busbar (see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)


103) Single-sided frame support (Qty: 4pcs) (see the Figure 4-7 )
Dimension: 562×60×38.5mm

Figure 103.1

104) Bottom crossbeam(see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)


105) Ward plate (see Chapter 3 Double-sided Frame)

4.1.2 Guardrails of the Single-sided Frame

They are suitable for use in F1 series (height: 3000mm) and F2 series (height:
2600mm) frame bodies.

The dimension of various guardrails is shown in Table 4-5 (n=1, 2, 3, 4)

Table 1.1

Type SFnB SFnD

Dimension (mm) 1250×875×180 750×875×180

Take the single-sided four-column frame as an example to illustrate the assembling


relationships, as shown in the Figure 4-8.

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2
3
1

5 4
6

Off-wall guardrails Close-wall guardrails


1. Front and back barrier 2. Angle connector Ⅰ 3. Side barrier 4. Stand support
5. Back beam 6. Angle connectorⅡ 7. Front beam

Figure 105.2

4.1.3 Base of Single-sided Frame

Qty: 1pcs, configured according to actual requirement.

There are two types of single-sided frame bases: DZ-SFB and SFD, which are
suitable for JPX-SFB and SFD series main distribution frames respectively.

Take DZ-SFB as an example for illustration, as shown in Figure4-9.

Figure 105.3

1) Application scope: This base is suitable for JPX202-SF1B, SF2B, SF3B and
SF4B main distribution frames.
2) Heights adjustable: Eight levels of 250, 280, 300, 330, 350, 380, 400 and 420mm
adjustable

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3) Adjusting method: Remove 4-M12 locking bolt, adjust the bracket to the desired
height and then mount and screw down 4-M12 locking bolt.
4) Notes on mounting: 8-M870 supporter expansion bolts and the12-M860 bolts
that connect base and the frame body must be screwed down and there must be
no looseness. The upper bracket installation plane must be kept horizontal
(calibrated with a horizontal ruler) and there must be no tilting.
5) The mounting holes of the base supporter are shown in the Figure 4-10.

Figure 5.1

4.1.4 Marking Template for Installation

As shown in Figure 4-11.


底座地脚定位标记 底座地脚定位标记 底座地脚定位标记 底座地脚定位标记
Base Ground Foot Base Ground Foot Base Ground Foot Base Ground Foot
Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark

架体地脚定位标记 架体地脚定位标记 架体地脚定位标记 架体地脚定位标记


Frame Ground Foot Frame Ground Foot Frame Ground Foot Frame Ground Foot
Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark

架体地脚定位标记 架体地脚定位标记 架体地脚定位标记 架体地脚定位标记


Frame Ground Foot Frame Ground Foot Frame Ground Foot Frame Ground Foot
Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark

安装划线模板 项目编码 : JPX-DZ-SFB

架体地脚定位标记 架体地脚定位标记 架体地脚定位标记 架体地脚定位标记


Frame Ground Foot Frame Ground Foot Frame Ground Foot Frame Ground Foot
Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark


底座地脚定位标记 底座地脚定位标记 底座地脚定位标记 底座地脚定位标记
Base Ground Foot Base Ground Foot Base Ground Foot Base Ground Foot
Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark Positioning Mark

Figure 5.2

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The marking template for installation, as one of the accompanying accessories, is


used to determine the positions of mounting holes when connecting the frame to the
ground firmly. Put the marking template for installation in the designated place where
the frame is to be installed, mark the positions of the mounting holes with a chalk and
then punch with a punch drill.

4.2 Installation Guidance of Single-sided Frame

Take the single-sided frame SF4B as an example.

Determine the installation position of the single-sided frame according to users’


design requirements. A four-column single-sided frame SF4B that is to installed
against a wall is taken as the example for illustration in this manual.

The specific installation is performed in the following steps: installation of the frame
body, installation of the cable side terminal block , installation of the exchange side
terminal block , installation of the alarm system and the installation of grounding and
frame connecting.

4.2.1 Installation of the Frame Body

6) Open the accessory box that contains bolts, spring washers, plain washers and
nuts.
7) Take out two sets of vertical installation pole for protective unit and two single-
sided frame supporters, numbered 1 and 2 respectively. First take a set of
vertical installation pole for protective unit and a single-sided frame supporter
and put the poles on the horizontal table. Front and back poles should be
differentiated (There are installation holes for security block on the side of the
front pole). Align the holes of the pole and the supporter with a rubber mallet and
screw down with M616 combinations bolt, as shown in the Figure 4-12 and then
turn it over and screw down the combination bolt in the same place on the other
side. Install the second set of poles with the same method.

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1. Front pole 2. Back pole 3. Horizontal connecting pole 4. Frame support

Figure 7.1

8) Take out two sets of vertical installation poles for exchange side terminal block
and the remaining two single-sided frame supporters and install the two sets of
pole components with the method same as (2).
9) Take out the bottom crossbeam and six horizontal connecting poles and connect
the pole components to the bottom crossbeam firmly one by one in the order for
cable side, exchange side and again cable side, exchange side. Horizontal
connecting poles are installed between the front and back poles. The specific
steps are as follows:
 Spread a packing paper on the ground and take the first set of the cable side
block pole to put it vertically on the paper. Insert a right angle of the bottom
crossbeam into the lower part of the pole, align the holes and connect them
firmly with M616 combination bolts;
 Take out a set of exchange side block pole and fasten it to the bottom crossbeam
in the place adjacent to the first set of exchange side block pole with the
methods as in (a);
 Take out two horizontal connecting poles to connect the front and back of the two
sets of pole components, as shown in the Figure 4-13. To perform this
connection, first let the open side of the connecting pole point upward and then
align it’s bottom hole with the upper hole of the pole, screw up an M616
combination bolt, then turn the connecting pole for 180° ,so that the open side
will point downward. Then fasten it with another combination bolt;

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Figure 9.1

 Connect the second set of cable side pole component, the connecting poles, the
second set of exchange side pole component and the remaining horizontal
connecting poles one by one with M616 combination bolts with the same
method as described above, as shown in the Figure 4-14.

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1. Cable side pole component. 2. Exchange side pole component.


3. Cable side pole component. 4. Exchange side pole component.

Figure 9.2

10) Take out the upper installation components, front and back cable trays and the
alarm installation component. The installation method is the same as Step 4 of
double-sided frame installation.
11) Take out all sub-transverse bars and fasten them to the poles of the frame body.
The specific installation is as follows:

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 Take a sub-transverse bar and insert one end with a rivet hole vertically into the
lower part of the front pole of the first set of vertical installation pole for protective
unit, align the rivet hole to the corresponding hole at the lower part of the front
pole, then screw up a M616 combination bolt. Place it horizontally and cling it to
the back pole. Align the hole of the other end to the corresponding rivet hole at
the back pole and fasten with a M616 combination bolts, as shown in the Figure
4-15.

Figure 11.1

 Install all sub-transverse bars from top to down and from left to right with the
same method as described in (a). There are four columns to be installed with
three sub-transverse bars and each column contains three sub-transverse bars,
as shown in the Figure 4-16.

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Figure 11.2

12) Install walling bar: differentiate the front and back end of the walling bar ,let the
front end pass through the square hole at the lower part of the back cable tray
and span the front and back installation board of the top mounting plate. The
lower plane of walling bar must be leaned closely against top mounting plate; the
first hole at the front end must be aligned to the holes of the front installation
board and the front cable tray. After inserting with a M616 combination bolt,
fasten them with plain washer 6, spring washer 6 and an M6 nut, as shown in the
Figure 4-17.

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1. Walling bar

Figure 12.1

13) Fasten the frame body to the ground: according to the actual area of user’s place
and the length of walling bar (the adjustable scope of walling bar: 1200-
2000mm), determine the installation and fixing place of the frame body, walling
bar and beam. Take out the marking template for installation; mark the place for
drilling at the installation and fixing position of the frame body. After punching a
hole with a punch drill, hammer in an expansion bolt and move the frame body
onto it. Align the heads of the expansion bolt and screw to the waist-shaped
holes, as shown in the Figure 4-18.

1. Waist-shaped holes for the installation of frame supporter.

Figure 13.1

To determine the installation and fixing position of walling bar beam: Take out walling
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the wall. There are two waist-shaped holes whose one side cling to the back of
walling bar and align two holes. Insert two M616 combination bolts and fasten
walling bar to the beam with plain washers, spring washers and an M6 nut. Determine
the installation positions of the three waist-shaped holes on the wall and mark the
places for drilling holes, as shown in the Figure 4-19. After drilling holes with a punch
drill, hammer in expansion bolts and fasten walling bar beam to the wall.

1. Waist-shaped holes for installing walling bar beam

Figure 13.2

Screw up supporter bolts and nuts to fasten the frame body to the ground. The
amount of needed bolts may be determined according to the actual circumstances.
Fastening in frame body installation is taken as the reference and users are
recommended to insert an expansion bolt into all supporter installation holes and
beam installation holes.

If cabling is required under the frame body, it is necessary to install a base on the
ground and then place the frame body on the base.
14) To install grounding copper busbar and cable tray box components: Install the
grounding copper busbar onto the blanking plate with rivet holes at the lower
inside part of the front pole of the pole component with four M616 combination
bolt. Align the installation hole of the cable tray box to the corresponding hole at
the lower part of the front pole and insert a M616 combination bolt to fasten the
cable tray box to the lower part of the front pole, as shown in the Figure 4-20.

2 1
1. Grounding copper busbar 2. Cable tray box

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Figure 14.1

15) Take the ward plate and fasten it to the blanking plate at the front of the single-
sided frame supporter with M616 combination bolts, as shown in the Figure 4-
21.

1. Ward plate

Figure 15.1

16) Take out all cable guide rings and fasten them to the corresponding blanking
plate at the back side of the front pole with M616 combination bolts, as shown in
the Figure 4-22.

1. Cable guide ring I 2. Vertical cable guide


ring

Figure 16.1

17) Take out all vertical cable guide rings. Insert their screw heads into the
corresponding holes of the sub-transverse bar and fasten with plain washers,
spring washers and M6 nuts. The positions may be adjusted between holes
according to user’s requirements, as shown in the Figure 4-23.

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Figure 17.1

18) If the frame body is of SF1 series and SF2 series, a guardrail must be installed
around it. Through connecting the two sides of the back beam of the guardrail
and the back pole, connecting the front beam of the guardrail and the ward plate
of the frame body, the guardrail and the frame body are firmly fastened, as
shown in Figure 4-24.

Note:

The installation of the guardrail is a bit different from others when frame bodies are
combined. The side boards and angle connectors are removed from the frame body
guardrail in the middle position. That is to say, only the side boards, angle connectors
and back beams at the two end positions are retained for the whole combined frame
body.

1
3

1. Guardrail 2. The front beam of the guardrail 3. The back beam of the guardrail

Figure 18.1

19) Depending on the configurations, two-column single-sided frame bodies have


different structures. So, the actual frame structures are quite different from that
described above, but the installation method is the same on the whole.

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4.2.2 Installation of Cable Side Terminal Blocks

20) Open the foam box of cable side terminal block (FA8-72) and take out the cable
side terminal block and three M616 combination bolts.
21) Install the cable side terminal block to the front poles of the two sets of vertical
installation pole for protective unit. The positions are determined by the rivet
holes at the sides of the front poles. The specific operation method is as follows:
 Wedge the three earboards of the cable side terminal block into the upper part of
the first front pole for protective unit, adjust the position of the block vertically to
ensure that the holes of the earboard align to the corresponding rivet holes at the
most upper part of the front pole. Fasten it with M616 combination bolts. Refer
to the installation of the cable side terminal block of the double-sided frame for
the information on the installation method.
 Install the cable side terminal block onto the front pole of the first set of cable
side terminal block pole component from top to bottom with the method
described in A.
 After the exchange side terminal blocks on the first exchange side front pole,
which adjacent to the first cable side pole, is well installed, install the second
column of cable side terminal block on the second front pole of the cable side
pole with the same method as described above.

4.2.3 Installation of Exchange Side Terminal Block

22) Open the foam box of exchange side terminal block (STO-83A) and take out the
exchange side terminal block and three M616 combination bolts.
23) Install the exchange side terminal block to the exchange side front poles. The
positions are determined by the rivet holes at the sides of the front poles. The
specific operation method is as follows:
 Wedge the three earboards of the cable side terminal block into the upper part of
the first front exchange side pole(adjacent to the first cable side pole) and adjust
the position of the block vertically to ensure that the holes of the earboard align
to the corresponding rivet holes at the most upper part of the front pole. Fasten it
with M616 combination bolts.
 Install the exchange side terminal block onto the first exchange side front pole
from top to bottom with the method described in A.
 After the second column of cable side terminal blocks is properly installed, install
the second column of exchange side terminal blocks on the second exchange
side front pole with the same method as described above, as shown in the
Figure 4-25.

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1. Cable side terminal block 2. Exchange side terminal block

Figure 23.1

 To paste module ID: After the cable side terminal blocks and exchange side
terminal blocks are properly installed, to differentiate modules from each other, a
module ID must be pasted in the small square of the identifying bar at the side of
each module. See the Figure 3-57.
 Take out module ID labels and paste them onto the cable side terminal block and
exchange side terminal block from top to bottom, with 1, 2, 3 and so on
numbered.

4.2.4 Installation and Layout of the Alarm System

24) Connect the two alarm signal sockets at the backs of the adjacent cable side
terminal blocks on the two front cable side poles with alarm signal plug lines, as
shown in the Figure 4-26.

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1. Alarm signal plug line

Figure 24.1

25) Fasten the general alarm used for frames to the side of the first back pole from
the left with M616 combination bolts. The installation position is determined by
the corresponding holes, as shown in the Figure 4-27.
1

1. Back pole 2. General alarm

Figure 25.1

26) Fix the two red LED sockets into the LED installation holes of frame body alarm
installation board and insert the LEDs on the two column alarm boards into the
LED sockets on the frame respectively, as shown in the Figure 4-28.

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1 2 3 4

Figure 26.1

27) Connection of alarm lines of the column alarm :


 Insert one end of the two signal lead-in (Si) into the corresponding earphone
jacks of the two column alarm boards. .
 Insert the column-column connection line (LL) plug into the adjacent three-core
sockets (J1 or J3).
 Insert the plugs of the connection line (GL) between the general alarm and
column alarm into the three-core socket (J3) of the general alarm and the three-
core socket (J1) of the first alarm board among the two column alarms, as shown
in the Figure 4-29.
1 2 3

5 4

1. Column alarm 2. Column-column alarm connection line (LL)


3. Signal lead-in (Si) 4. General alarm connection line
5. Module connection line

Figure 27.1

28) Insert the other end of the two signal lines (Si) on the column alarm into the
alarm signal sockets at the back of the most upper cable side terminal block in
the corresponding column respectively, as shown in the Figure 4-30.

1. Signal lead-in cable (Si)

Figure 28.1 2

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29) Alarm line connection of the general alarm used for frame
 Insert one end of the monitoring lead-out line (JK) into the earphone jack (J1) of
the general alarm used for frame and connect the other end to the monitoring
interface.
 Insert the power lead (Pi) to the two-core socket (J2) of the general alarm used
for frame and connect the two cables at the other end to the grounding cable
(GND) and -48V power line.
 Finally, set the voice alarm switch and power switch of the general alarm used
for frame to “1”, that is “Connected” position. See the Figure 4-31.

1. General-column alarm 2. General alarm


connection line (GL)
3. Monitoring lead-out line (JK) 4. Power lead wires (The blue line is connected to -48V and
the black line is connected to GND)

Figure 29.1

4.2.5 Installation of Grounding Cables

Fasten the lightning protection grounding cables to the terminal block of the
grounding copper busbar under the frame body, as shown in the Figure 4-32. The
diameter of the grounding cables conforms to the grounding standard. See the
Temporary Technical Provisions on Communication Office (station) Grounding Design
(YDJ26-89) and the reference material on power supply connection to switching
devices: Installation Instructions on the Grounding Engineering of C&C08 Switching
Devices.

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1. Terminal

Figure 29.2

4.2.6 Combination

Refer to the combination of double-sided frame.

4.3 Cabling Guidance of Single-sided Frame

The cabling of a single-sided includes the cabling of the external cables, cabling of
the intra-office cable, connection of internal cables and exchange side terminal block
and the connection of the jumpers between cable side terminal block and exchange
side terminal block.

4.3.1 Layout of External Cables

30) The number of the incoming external cables (main cables) is determined
according to the design requirement (if necessary);
31) After sleeved, external cables are weaved and reeled with flameproof plastics;
32) Fasten the cables to the position where cable tying hole is with nylon lines along
the left of the cable side pole component of the frame body;
33) Every 100 cables are divided when passing cable guide ring and are fixed to
cable tying position at the left side of the cable guide ring with nylon lines. Refer
to the arrangement of the external cables of double-sided frame for the method.

4.3.2 Layout of Internal Cables

Let the internal cables from the intra-office switch go through the reinforcing plate of
the upper installation component at the top of the frame body and the relative holes
between the reinforcing plates to the two exchange side terminal block poles, fix them
to the left side of the sub-transverse bar with nylon lines along the left side of the
exchange side poles.

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4.3.3 Connection and Layout of External Cables and Cable side Terminal
Block

34) Group 100 pairs of external cables that are bound to the left of the cable guide
ring behind the block into 10 groups by their color labels, 10 pairs of cables as a
group, guide them into the cable distribution teeth that correspond to the left
cable distribution board of the cable side terminal block;
35) Pass each pair of cables into the cabling channel entrance that corresponds to
the color label at the left side of the block and lead them through the cabling
channel out of the cabling channel of the block;
36) Clamp each guiding wire into the clamping slot of the clamping reed of the
corresponding external cable terminal using IDC tool, as shown in the Figure 4-
33 and 4-34. The IDC tool will cut off the redundant cable when clamping it.

1. External cable 2. Clamping channel of the cable side terminal block

Figure 36.1

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1. External 2. IDC tool


cable

Figure 36.2

4.3.4 Connection and Layout of the Internal Cables and Exchange side
terminal block

Grouping 8 pairs of internal cables (128 pairs/lines or 64 pairs/lines) that are bound to
the sub-transverse bar into a group by color labels and pass them through the cabling
entrance of the corresponding sequence number (00~127 or 00~63) under the
exchange side terminal block). Lead them through the cabling channel out of the
block. Clamp each guiding wire into the clamping slot of the clamping reed of the
corresponding internal cable terminal. The IDC tool will cut off the redundant cable
when clamping it into. The specific method is the same as the clamping of the cable
side terminal block. The Figure 4-35 is the schematic diagram after the internal cables
are passed through the block.

Figure 36.3

4.3.5 Connection and Layout of the Jumpers between the cable side
terminal block and Exchange side terminal block

According to the requirements, select the external and internal cables that need to be
connected behind the cable side terminal block and exchange side terminal block.
First guide the jumper through the cabling channel entrance on the exchange side
terminal block that corresponds to the internal cable address, as shown in the Figure
4-36. After passing the jumper through the cable guiding slot, clamp it into the slot of
the corresponding clamping reed. And then draw it to the cable side terminal block

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where the corresponding external cable is through the relative cable guide ring and
cable tray box. Lead it out through the cabling channel entrance at the right side of
the cable side terminal block, as shown in the Figure 4-37, to clamp it into the relative
clamping slot. Cut off the redundant cable while clamping the cable with the IDC tool.
Note: All jumpers must pass through the cable tray box under the frame body, as
shown in the Figure 4-38.

Figure 36.4

Figure 36.5

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Figure 36.6

4.4 Usage Guidance of Single-sided Frame

The use of a single-sided frame is the arrangement of the jumpers of the single-sided
frame. Select the internal and external cables that need to be connected behind the
cable side terminal block and exchange side terminal block and first guide the jumper
through the cabling channel on the exchange side terminal block that corresponds to
the internal cable address. After passing a cable guiding trough, clamp the cable in
the corresponding slot with a IDC tool and then draw it to the cable side terminal
block where the corresponding external cable is through the relative cable guide ring
and cable tray box. After passing it through the relative cable guide ring, lead it out
through the cabling channel entrance at the right side of the cable side terminal block
to clamp it into the relative clamping slot. Cut off the redundant cable while clamping
the cable with the IDC tool, as shown in the Figure 4-39.

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1. Cable side terminal block 2. Exchange side terminal block 3. Jumper

Figure 36.7

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Chapter 5 Installation, Cabling and Usage of Wall-


mounted Frame

5.1 Introduction for Main Parts

5.1.1 Main parts

Take GQ400 as an example, as shown in Figure 5-1.

1. Upper crossbeam 2. Vertical installation pole for protective unit


3. Vertical installation pole for testing 4. Small cable guide ring I
5. Lower crossbeam

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Figure 36.8

5.2 Installation Guidance of Wall-mounted Frame

Determine the installation position of the wall-mounted frame according to user’s


requirements.        GQ400 wall-mounted frame
is taken as an example for illustration in this manual.    

The installation includes installation of wall-mounted frame body, cable side terminal
block, exchange side terminal block, alarm system and grounding wire. 
 
 
    
 

5.2.1 Installation of Wall-mounted Frame Body   

37) Open the accessory box that contains combination screws and cross sunk
screws.
38) Take out the alarm and its installation board to install the alarm on the installation
board.  Then take out
the upper crossbeam and insert the alarm installation board into the upper
crossbeam. Fasten them with two    
1 2 3

1. Alarm installation hole 2. Alarm 3. Upper crossbeam

Figure 38.1

39) Take out the vertical installation pole for protective unit and vertical installation
pole for testing; fasten them to the upper crossbeam with      M6×13
combination screws, as shown in the Figure         5-3 
.

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1. Upper crossbeam 2. Vertical installation pole for protective unit


3. Vertical installation pole for testing

Figure 39.1

40) Take out the lower crossbeam; fasten it to the vertical installation pole for testing
and the pole for protective unit with  M6×13 combination screws, as shown
in the Figure          5-4 .

1. Vertical installation pole for protective unit 2. Vertical installation pole for testing
3. Lower crossbeam

Figure 40.1

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41) Take out all small cable guide ring   1 and fasten them to the
corresponding blanking plate at the back side of the poles with       M6×13
combination screws, as shown in the Figure  
       5-5 .

Figure 41.1

42) Move the wall-mounted frame to the place where it will be installed. Determine
the positions for installation of M6×40 expansion bolts according to waist-shaped
holes on the upper and lower crossbeams and mark the positions for drilling
holes, as shown in the Figure       M6×40 
                5-6. Move away the wall-mounted frame and then
hammer in the expansion bolts after drilling holes. Move back the wall-mounted
frame and align the heads of the expansion bolts and screws to the
corresponding waist-shaped holes. Screw down the bolts to fasten the frame
body to the wall.           
     
 

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1. nstallation hole for the upper crossbeam expansion bolt


2. Installation hole for the lower crossbeam expansion bolt

Figure 42.1

5.2.2 Installation of Cable Side Terminal Block   

43) Open the foam box of cable side terminal block  (FA8-72 ) and take out
the cable side terminal block and three M616 combination bolts.
44)   
 M6×16 
45)      Install the cable
side terminal block to the vertical installation pole for protective units. The
positions are determined by the rivet holes at the sides of the pole. The specific
 Wedge the three earboards of the cable side terminal block into the upper part of
the vertical installation pole for protective unit and adjust the position of the block
vertically to ensure that the holes of its earboards align to the corresponding rivet
holes at the most upper part of the pole. Fasten it with M616 combination bolts.

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For the installation, refer to the installation of the cable side terminal block of the
double-sided frame.
  A          5-7 Install the cable
side terminal block onto the vertical installation pole for protective unit from
bottom to top with the method described in A, as shown in the Figure 5-7.

1. Cable side terminal block 2. Exchange side terminal block

Figure 45.1

5.2.3 Installation of Exchange Side Terminal Block    

46)      STO-83A                  M6×16      Open the foam box of


exchange side terminal block (STO-83A) and take out the exchange side
terminal block and three M616 combination bolts.

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47)
48)       
49)  Install the exchange side terminal block to the vertical installation
pole for testing. The positions are determined by the rivet holes at the sides of
the pole for testing. The specific operation method is as follows:
 Wedge the three earboards of the exchange side terminal block into the upper
part of the pole and adjust the position of the block vertically to ensure that the
holes of its earboards align to the corresponding rivet holes at the most upper
part of the pole. Fasten it with M616 combination bolts. For the installation, refer
to the installation of the exchange side terminal block of double-sided frame.
  A  5-7 Install the exchange side terminal block onto the
vertical installation pole for testing component from bottom to top with the
method described in A, as shown in the Figure 5-7.
                    paste
              To
module ID: After the cable side terminal block and exchange side terminal block
are properly installed, to differentiate modules from each other, a module ID must
be pasted inside the small box of the identifying bar at the side of each module.
 Take out module ID labels and paste them onto the cable side terminal block and
exchange side terminal block from top to bottom, with 1, 2, 3 and so on
numbered.
 The installation of GQ100 cable side terminal block and exchange side terminal
block: A cable side terminal block is installed at the upper part of the
pole and a exchange side terminal block is installed at the lower part of the pole,
as shown in the Figure            5-8 .

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1. Cable side terminal block 2. Exchange side terminal block 3. Grounding


wire

Figure 49.1

 The installation of GQ200 cable side terminal block and exchange side terminal
block: 的 保 安 排 、 测 试 排 的 安 装 方 法 为 : Two cable side terminal blocks are
installed on the pole for protective unit and two exchange side terminal blocks
are installed on the pole for testing, as shown in the Figure 保安排立柱装两个保
安接线排、测试排立柱装两个测试接线排,如图 5-9 所示。.

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1. Cable side terminal block 2. Exchange side terminal block 3. Grounding wire

Figure 49.2

5.2.4 Installation and Layout of Alarm System 告警系统的安装和布置

50) (1) 将保安排立柱上各相邻保安排背面的告警信号插座用告警信号插头线两


两连接起来如图 5-10 所示。Connect the two alarm signal sockets at the backs of
the adjacent cable side terminal blocks with alarm signal plug lines, as shown in
the Figure 5-10.

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1. Alarm signal plug line

Figure 50.1

51) Fasten the alarm to the upper crossbeam of the wall-mounted frame with M416
combination bolts. The installation position is determined by the corresponding
holes of the upper crossbeam of the frame, as shown in the Figure 5-11.
1 2 3

1. Alarm installation hole 2. 3. Upper crossbeam


Alarm 

Figure 51.1

52) Install the indicator and switch on the corresponding installation hole on the
upper crossbeam, as shown in the Figure  
 5-12 .
1

2
3

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1. Upper crossbeam 2. Switch 3. Indicator

Figure 52.1

53)  
   Alarm line connection of the wall-mounted frame alarm
 A      JK         J1        
Insert one end of the monitoring lead-out line (JK) into the earphone jack (J1) of
the alarm and connect the other end to the monitoring interface.
 B    Pi      J2         -48V 
Insert the power lead (Pi) to the two-core socket (J2) of the alarm and connect
the two cables at the other end to the grounding cable (GND) and -48V power

       
 “1”     “ ” 5-13   Finally,
set the voice alarm switch and power switch of the alarm to “1”, that is
“Connected” position. See the Figure 5-31.

Figure 53.1

5.3 Cabling Guidance of Wall-mounted Frame

The cabling of a wall-mounted frame includes the cabling of the external cables,
cabling of the internal cables, connection of external cables and cable side terminal
block, the connection of the internal cables and exchange side terminal block , the
connection and arrangement of the jumpers between cable side terminal block and
exchange side terminal block.                         
   

5.3.1 Layout of External Cables    

54)      The number of the incoming external cables (main cables) is determined
according to the design requirement (if necessary,      branch connectors
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room, via the cabling hole, to the measurement room);          
 
55)
56)   After sleeved, external cables are tied, and packed with flameproof plastics
belt;       
57) Fasten the cables to the place where cables are bound with nylon lines along the
left of the vertical installation pole for protective unit;
58)  
 
      
59) Every 100 cables are divided every time a ring is passed and are fixed to cable
tying position at the left side of the cabling ring with nylon lines.    100  
 
      

5.3.2     Layout of Internal Cables

The internal cables from the intra-office switch goes through the top part of the frame
to reach the pole for testing and are fixed to cable tying position with nylon lines along
the left of the pole for testing.             


5.3.3         Connection and Layout of External Cables


and Cable Side Terminal Block

60) Group 100 pairs of external cables that are tied to the left of the cabling ring
behind the cable side terminal block into 10 groups by their color labels with 10
pairs of cables as a group to guide them into the cable distribution teeth that
correspond to the left cable distribution board of the cable side terminal block;
61)                        
62) Pass each pair of cables into the cabling channel entrance that corresponds to
the color label at the left side of the block and lead them through the cabling
channel out of the block, as shown in the Figure 5-14;

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10

20

30

50

60

70

80

90

100

Figure 62.1

63) 3          5-155-16 
    Clamp each wire into the clamping slot of the
contact spring of the corresponding external cable terminal with the clamping tool
(IDC tool), as shown in the Figure 5-15 and 5-16. The IDC tool will cut off the

1. External cables 2. Clamping channel of the cable side terminal block

Figure 63.1

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1. External cables 2. IDC tool

Figure 63.2

5.3.4        Connection and Layout of the Internal Cables and
Exchange Side Terminal Block

 
      128 / 64 /   8  
         00 127
 0063   5-17 
    Group 8 pairs of internal cables (128 pairs/lines or 64 pairs/lines) that are
tied to the left of the pole for testing into a group by color labels and pass them
through the cabling channel entrance of the corresponding sequence number
(00~127 or 00~63) under the exchange side terminal block. Lead them through the
cabling channel out of the block. Clamp each wire into the clamping slot of the contact
spring of the corresponding internal cable terminal. The IDC tool will cut off the
extended cable when clamping it into. The specific method is the same as that of the
cable side terminal block. The Figure 5-17 is the schematic diagram after the internal
cables are passed through the block.

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Figure 63.3

5.3.5 Connection and Layout of the Jumpers between the Cable Side
Terminal Block and Exchange Side Terminal Block         

According to the requirements, select the external and internal cables that need to be
connected behind the cable side terminal block and exchange side terminal block.
First guide the jumper through the cabling channel entrance on the exchange side
terminal block that corresponds to the internal cable address. After passing the
jumper through the cable-guiding slot, clamp it into the slot of the corresponding
contact spring with an IDC tool. And then draw it to the corresponding cable side
terminal block and clamp it into the relative clamping slot through the cabling channel
entrance of the block. The IDC tool will cut off the extended part of the cable while
clamping the cable.

5.4 Usage Guidance of Wall-mounted Frame


                  
   
   
         
 The use of a wall-mounted frame is the arrangement of the jumpers of
the wall-mounted frame. Select the internal and external cables that need to be
connected behind the cable side terminal block and exchange side terminal block and
first guide the jumper through the cabling channel entrance on the exchange side
terminal block that corresponds to the internal cable address. After passing a cable
through the cable-guiding channel, clamp the cable in the corresponding slot with an
IDC tool and then draw it to the corresponding cable side terminal block and clamp it
into the corresponding clamping slot through the cabling channel entrance of the

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5.4.1 Jumper Layout of GQ100 Wall-mounted Frame

The layout is shown in Figure 5-18.

1. External cable 2. Jumper 3. Grounding wire 4. Internal cable

Figure 63.4

5.4.2 Jumper Layout of GQ400 Wall-mounted Frame

The layout is shown in Figure 5-19.

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1. External cable 2. Internal cable 3. Jumper 4. Grounding wire

Figure 63.5

5.4.3 Jumper Layout of GQ200 Wall-mounted Frame

The layout is shown in Figure 5-19.

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Chapter 6 Maintenance of Alarm System

6.1 Usage and Maintenance of Audio & Visual Alarm System

When the audio & visual alarm system in normal state reports an alarm, some light
emitting diode of the protective unit must be on; meanwhile, the column alarm
indicator is on and the general alarm sounds. If no light emitting diode of the
protective unit is on, meanwhile the general alarm and (or) the column alarm indicator
is on, it indicates that the alarm was reported by mistake. At this time, the fault in the
alarm line should be eliminated.
64) If the general alarm sounds, meanwhile, no column alarm indicator and light
emitting diode of the protective unit is on, check the fuse of the general alarm. If
it is broken, check whether there is a short circuit between the grounding and the
-48V circuit in the general alarm circuit. After the fault eliminated, replace the
fuse so that the alarm system can work again.
65) If the column alarm indicator and the light emitting diode are on, meanwhile, the
main device does not sound; check whether the components or the buzzer in the
general alarm is damaged. If so, replace the components immediately. After the
fault eliminated, the alarm system can work again.
66) If any light emitting diode of the protective unit is not on, meanwhile, the general
alarm sounds and the column indicator is on, pull the alarm signal lines out of the
cable side terminal block from the top down. If the alarm is vanished when the
signal line of one module is pulled out, the default can be located on this module.
Find out the faulty protective unit (the one which has reported an alarm but its
light emitting diode is not on). After the fault eliminated, replace the faulty unit
with a new one and put all alarm signal lines through.
67) Another possible situation is that there is no short circuit between electric power
lines in any circuit but the general alarm sounds and the column indicator is on.
Check whether the alarm line and cable side terminal block is short-circuited. In
addition, check whether the general alarm is faulty.

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6.2 Common Faults and Handling Methods of Alarm

Fault symptom Fault cause Inspection method Handling method

The power supply Checking the 48V power on Resuming the voltage
abnormal the general alarm and of the power
column alarm with a
multimeter

The 3A fuse broken Replacing the 3A fuse


No alarm indication
after the dedicated The circuit line not Checking whether the Correcting the

alarm testing protective connected properly indicator on the general connection of the circuit

unit is installed alarm board is on; if on, it line


indicates that the 3A fuse is
broken

The protective unit not Checking the protective unit Remaking the
good with a multimeter dedicated alarm testing
protective unit

The column indicator Measuring the positive Replacing the column


The column alarm failure resistance using the indicator
indicator not on but the multimeter with its resistance
general alarm set as 100; if the value is
sounding after the infinite, it indicates that the
dedicated alarm testing indicator is bad.
protective unit is
installed The column alarm Replacing the column alarm Replacing the column
circuit failure device to test alarm device

The general alarm not The general alarm Checking whether the Replacing the
sounding but only the failure components are damaged, components or the
visual alarm normal. the connections are correct, general alarm
and the buzzer are damaged

When inserting a Provided the above Checking the bolts used for Tightening the bolts
shorted protective unit, faults eliminated, the connecting the cable side
no alarm cause may be the cable terminal block and the frame
side terminal block not body to see whether they are
grounded correctly tightened

The protective unit not A short circuit being in Checking the resistance of Replacing the cable

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Fault symptom Fault cause Inspection method Handling method

inserted, but after the cable side terminal the internal alarm line and side terminal block
switching on, an alarm block the grounding line
reported by mistake

After a normal A short circuit being in Checking the protective unit Replacing or repairing
protective unit inserted, the protective unit the protective unit
an alarm reported by
mistake and the
indicator of the
protective unit on

The negative pole of Lowering the welding


After a normal the light emitting diode feet
protective unit inserted, in the protective unit
an alarm reported by contacting the clamping
mistake and the finger of the cable side
indicator of the terminal block; the short
protective unit not on circuit resulting in the
wrong alarm

The cable side terminal Checking the bolts used for Tightening the bolts
block not grounding connecting the cable side
correctly terminal block and the frame

The column alarm body are tightened

indicator not on The alarm signal socket Checking whether the Overleaping the badly
of the cable side column alarm indicator is on contacted socket and
terminal block not when inserting the dedicated re-connecting the
contacted properly alarm testing protective unit signal line

The signal line of the Checking whether there is a Replacing the shorted
During the test, the cable side terminal short circuit between the signal line
column alarm indicator block short circuited external and internal
not on conductor of the signal line
with a multimeter

After the protective unit The protective unit not Checking whether there is Replacing the
inserted, the column good signal at the internal line side protective unit
alarm indicator on of the protective unit through
telephone

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Appendix A: Product Detail List

Name Type Code Remark

6000 lines/frame

JPX202-F1C double-sided frame JPX202-F1C 02080229 1200 lines/column × 5


columns

5000 lines/frame

JPX202-F2C double-sided frame JPX202-F2C 02080230 1000 lines/column × 5


columns

4000 lines/frame
JPX202-F3C double-sided frame JPX202-F3C 02080231
800 lines/column × 5 columns

3000 lines/frame
JPX202-F4C double-sided frame JPX202-F4C 02080232
600 lines/column × 5 columns

4800 lines/frame
JPX202-F1B double-sided frame JPX202-F1B 02080194
1200 lines/column ×4 columns

4000 lines/frame

JPX202-F2B double-sided frame JPX202-F2B 02080195 1000 lines/column × 4


columns

3200 lines/frame
JPX202-F3B double-sided frame JPX202-F3B 02080196
800 lines/column × 4 columns

2400 lines/frame
JPX202-F4B double-sided frame JPX202-F4B 02080197
600 lines/column × 4 columns

3600 lines/frame

JPX202-F1E double-sided frame JPX202-F1E 02080326 1200 lines/column × 3


columns

3000 lines/frame

JPX202-F2E double-sided frame JPX202-F2E 02080327 1000 lines/column × 3


columns

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Name Type Code Remark

2400 lines/frame
JPX202-F3E double-sided frame JPX202-F3E 02080328
800 lines/column × 3 columns

1800 lines/frame
JPX202-F4E double-sided frame JPX202-F4E 02080329
600 lines/column × 3 columns

2400 lines/frame

JPX202-F1D double-sided frame JPX202-F1D 02080553 1200 lines/column × 2


columns

2000 lines/frame

JPX202-F2D double-sided frame JPX202-F2D 02080554 1000 lines/column × 2


columns

1600 lines/frame
JPX202-F3D double-sided frame JPX202-F3D 02080233
800 lines/column × 2 columns

1200 lines/frame
JPX202-F4D double-sided frame JPX202-F4D 02080234
600 lines/column × 2 columns

2400 external lines/frame


JPX202-SF1B single-sided frame JPX202-SF1B 02080088
2560 internal lines/frame

2000 external lines/frame


JPX202-SF2B single-sided frame JPX202-SF2B 02080089
2048 internal lines/frame

1600 external lines/frame


JPX202-SF3B single-sided frame JPX202-SF3B 02080090
1536 internal lines/frame

1200 external lines/frame


JPX202-SF4B single-sided frame JPX202-SF4B 02080085
1024 internal lines/frame

1200 external lines/frame


JPX202-SF1D single-sided frame JPX202-SF1D 02080056
1280 internal lines/frame

1000 external lines/frame


JPX202-SF2D single-sided frame JPX202-SF2D 02080057
1024 internal lines/frame

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Name Type Code Remark

800 external lines/frame


JPX202-SF3D single-sided frame JPX202-SF3D 02080086
768 internal lines/frame

600 external lines/frame


JPX202-SF4D single-sided frame JPX202-SF4D 02080060
512 internal lines/frame

JPX202-GQ100 wall-mounted frame JPX202- GQ100 02080102 100 lines/frame

JPX202-GQ200 wall-mounted frame JPX202- GQ200 02080103 200 lines/frame

JPX202-GQ400 wall-mounted frame JPX202- GQ400 02080104 400 lines/frame

Cable side terminal block (100 lines) FA8-72 02080043 100 lines/module

Cable side terminal block (70 lines) FA8-72A 02080098 70 lines/module

Exchange side terminal block (128


STO-83A 02080044 128 lines/module
vertical lines)

Exchange side terminal block (128


STO-83B 02080076 128 lines/module
transverse lines)

Exchange side terminal block (64


STO-83C 02080075 64 lines/module
vertical lines)

Protective unit-with over-current alarm FA9-81B 02080163 Diode gas discharge tube

Protective unit-without over-current


FA9-81D 02080550 Diode gas discharge tube
alarm

Protective unit-with over-current alarm FA9-83A 02080549 Semiconductor discharge tube

Protective unit-without over-current


FA9-83 02080042 Semiconductor discharge tube
alarm

General alarm used for frame JPX-ZGJ-JY 02080222 Used for frame

Column alarm indicator LGJ-DL 02080220 Used for frame

Test plug JPX202-CSS 02080037 1 cable/plug

Open-circuit plug JPX202-KLS 02080039 1 cable/plug

IDC (insulation displacement


JPX-DXD 02080023
connection)tool

Short-circuiting unit JPX202-DLS 02080191

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Name Type Code Remark

Moveable ladder (6 stairs) 02080038 Platform: 1.32m high

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Appendix B: Package Weight/Size Detail List

SN Product Type Net Weight (kg) Gross Weight (kg) Size (mm3) Remark

1 JPX202-F1C 190 215 3160×530×290

2 JPX202-F2C 170 193 2760×530×290

3 JPX202-F3C 145 166 2360×530×290

4 JPX202-F4C 118 136 1960×530×290

5 JPX202-F1B 150 175 3160×530×290

6 JPX202-F2B 130 153 2760×530×290

7 JPX202-F3B 111 132 2360×530×290

8 JPX202-F4B 90 108 1960×530×290

9 JPX202-F1E 120 145 3160×530×290

10 JPX202-F2E 105 130 2760×530×290


One wooden case
11 JPX202-F3E 91 112 2360×530×290
for 1 frame

12 JPX202-F4E 75 93 1960×530×290

13 JPX202-F1D 90 115 3160×530×290

14 JPX202-F2D 78 101 2760×530×290

15 JPX202-F3D 66 87 2360×530×290

16 JPX202-F4D 54 72 1960×530×290

17 JPX202-SF1B 135 160 3160×530×290

18 JPX202-SF2B 118 141 2760×530×290

19 JPX202-SF3B 101 122 2360×530×290

20 JPX202-SF4B 82 100 1960×530×290

21 JPX202-SF1D 75 100 3160×530×290

22 JPX202-SF2D 67 90 2760×530×290

23 JPX202-SF3D 57 78 2360×530×290

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24 JPX202-SF4D 47 65 1960×530×290

25 JPX202-GQ100 9.5 11.5 750×290×170

26 JPX202-GQ200 12.5 15 780×540×170

27 JPX202-GQ400 20 23 1310×540×170

Appendix C: Alarm Device Packing List

Packing List of Main Alarm Device

1 General alarm: 1

2 4pin flat connection cable (GL): 1

3 Power leading wire (Pi) (GND: 2m,-V: 25m): 1 set

4 Monitoring cable (25m): 1

5 Operation instruction of general alarm device and column alarm indicator: 1

Note:

In case of the combination of a new rack and an old rack, a late-model general alarm
must be matched with a late-model column alarm indicator.

Packing List of column Alarm indicator

1 column alarm indicator: 1

2 4pin flat connection line (LL): 1

3 Signal leading (Si): 1

Note:

In case of the combination of a new rack and an old rack, a late-model general alarm

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