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! Important Notice on Product Safety


Elevated voltages are inevitably present at specific points in this electrical equipment. Some of
the parts may also have elevated operating temperatures. Systems with forced ventilation have
rotating items.
Non-observance of these conditions and the safety instructions can result in personal injury or in
property damage.
The system complies with the standard EN 60950-1 / IEC 60950-1. All equipment connected
has to comply with the applicable safety standards.
Mount the systems in areas with restricted access only. Only trained and qualified personnel
may install, operate, and maintain the systems.

The same text in German:


Wichtiger Hinweis zur Produktsicherheit
In elektrischen Anlagen stehen zwangsläufig bestimmte Teile der Geräte unter Spannung.
Einige Teile können auch eine hohe Betriebstemperatur aufweisen. Anlagen mit
Zwangsbelüftung haben drehende Teile.
Eine Nichtbeachtung dieser Situation und der Warnungshinweise kann zu Körperverletzungen
und Sachschäden führen.
Das System entspricht den Anforderungen der EN 60950-1 / IEC 60950-1. Angeschlossene
Geräte müssen die zutreffenden Sicherheitsbestimmungen erfüllen.
Die Anlagen dürfen nur in Betriebsstätten mit beschränktem Zutritt aufgebaut werden. Die
Anlagen dürfen nur durch geschultes und qualifiziertes Personal installiert, betrieben und
gewartet werden.

Trademarks:
All designations used in this document can be trademarks, the use of which by third parties for
their own purposes could violate the rights of their owners.

Copyright (C) Siemens AG 2006

Issued by the Communications Group


Hofmannstraße 51
D-81359 München

Technical modifications possible.


Technical specifications and features are binding only insofar as
they are specifically and expressly agreed upon in a written contract.

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Contents
1 Notes on this Documentation ..................................................................................13
1.1 Customer Documentation........................................................................................13
1.2 Complementary Documents ....................................................................................13
1.3 Symbols Used in the Customer Documentation .....................................................14
1.3.1 Symbol for Warnings ...............................................................................................14
1.3.2 Symbols for Notes ...................................................................................................14
1.3.3 Symbols for Menu Displays and Text Inputs ...........................................................14
1.4 Notes on Licensed Software ...................................................................................14
2 Protective Measures and Handling / Schutzmaßnahmen und Handhabung ..........15
2.1 Basic Remarks / Grundsätzliche Hinweise..............................................................15
2.2 Mechanical Design / Mechanische Konstruktion.....................................................16
2.2.1 Front Door of the Device / Geräte-Vordertür ...........................................................16
2.2.2 Card Shieldings / Schirmungen der Baugruppen....................................................16
2.3 Weight / Gewicht .....................................................................................................16
2.4 Temperature / Temperatur ......................................................................................17
2.4.1 Device Cooling / Gerätekühlung..............................................................................17
2.4.2 Components Subject to High Operating Temperatures / Komponenten mit
hoher Betriebstemperatur........................................................................................17
2.5 Dust Filter / Staubfilter .............................................................................................17
2.6 Grounding and Potential Balancing / Erdung und Potenzialausgleich...................18
2.7 Protection Against Excessive Overvoltage on the 48/60-Volts Power Supply
Input / Schutz gegen Überspannungen beim 48/60-Volt-
Stromversorgungseingang ......................................................................................19
2.8 Electrostatic Sensitive Components (ESD) / Elektrostatisch gefährdete
Bauteile (EGB).........................................................................................................20
2.9 Fiber-optic Cables and Connectors / Lichtwellenleiter und optische
Steckverbinder.........................................................................................................21
2.10 Laser Radiation / Laserstrahlung ............................................................................22
2.10.1 Protection Against Extraneous Laser Light and Protection of the Optical
Modules Concerned / Schutz gegen austretendes Laserlicht und Schutz der
betreffenden optischen Baugruppen .......................................................................22
2.10.2 Laser Safety Circuit / Lasersicherheitsabschaltung ................................................24
2.10.3 Handling Batteries / Handhabung von Batterien .....................................................25
2.10.4 Emergency Switching OFF / Notabschaltung..........................................................26
3 Installation Procedures and Preparation .................................................................27
3.1 Declaration of CE Conformity ..................................................................................27
3.2 Personnel Requirements .........................................................................................27
3.3 Required Tools and Accessories.............................................................................27
3.4 As-delivered Condition, Checking for Intactness ....................................................28
3.5 Installation Steps .....................................................................................................28
3.6 Site Preparation.......................................................................................................28
3.7 Unpacking Shipping Box .........................................................................................29
3.8 Unpacking the Individual Card Shipping Cartons....................................................30
4 Installing the Hardware............................................................................................31
4.1 Installing the Chassis...............................................................................................31

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4.1.1 Preparing Rack for Chassis Installation.................................................................. 31


4.1.1.1 Arrange the position of equipment and accessory in the hole rack........................ 32
4.1.1.2 Connecting the chassis to the grounding cable...................................................... 32
4.1.1.3 Chassis Position ..................................................................................................... 33
4.1.1.4 Remove the Cable Routing Cover On Top Of Chassis .......................................... 33
4.1.2 Mounting the Chassis ............................................................................................. 34
4.1.2.1 Preparation ............................................................................................................. 34
4.1.2.2 Connect the Chassis to Ground ............................................................................. 34
4.1.2.3 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Prevention.............................................................. 34
4.1.2.4 Install Module Cards ............................................................................................... 35
4.1.2.5 Install SFP Optical Modules ................................................................................... 40
4.1.2.6 Install the Station Alarm Card................................................................................. 41
4.1.2.7 Replace or Adjust Fan Tray.................................................................................... 42
4.2 Connecting Cables ................................................................................................. 43
4.2.1 Cable Lists .............................................................................................................. 44
4.2.2 Connecting Power Cables ...................................................................................... 44
4.2.2.1 Power and Thermal Considerations ....................................................................... 46
4.2.2.2 Station Circuit Breaker Sizing................................................................................. 46
4.2.2.3 Station Circuit Wire Size......................................................................................... 46
4.2.2.4 Anticipating Current Usage of the Chassis or the Maximum Chassis Current
Rating ..................................................................................................................... 47
4.2.2.5 Connecting the DC Power Supply Cable ............................................................... 47
4.2.3 Connecting Client Signal Cables ............................................................................ 47
4.2.3.1 Connecting Fiber Jumpers ..................................................................................... 48
4.2.3.2 Connecting Ethernet Cables................................................................................... 49
4.2.3.3 Connecting E1 Cables............................................................................................ 50
4.2.3.4 Connecting E3/DS3 Cables.................................................................................... 55
4.2.3.5 Connecting STM-1E Cables ................................................................................... 56
4.2.4 Connecting Administrative Cables.......................................................................... 57
4.2.5 Connecting Timing Cables ..................................................................................... 58
4.2.6 Connecting Ethernet Splitter cables ....................................................................... 59
4.2.7 Completed Cable Layout ........................................................................................ 62
5 Connecting and Configuring an Operation Terminal .............................................. 63
5.1 PC Requirements for Use as an Operating Terminal............................................. 63
5.2 Connecting the Operating Terminal to the SURPASS hiT 7060 ............................ 63
5.3 Element Manager Software .................................................................................... 63
6 Starting up the SURPASS hiT 7060 ....................................................................... 64
6.1 Initial Startup of a New System .............................................................................. 64
6.1.1 NE Configuration Using HyperTerminal ................................................................. 64
6.2 Using TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT .............................................................. 69
7 Configuring the SURPASS hiT 7060 ...................................................................... 70
7.1 TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT Installation...................................................... 70
7.2 NE Configuration and Management ....................................................................... 70
7.2.1 Start TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT from Microsoft Windows........................ 70
7.2.2 Chassis View .......................................................................................................... 72
7.2.3 Synchronize NE ...................................................................................................... 73
7.2.4 Node Property Configuration .................................................................................. 73

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7.2.5 Shutdown NE...........................................................................................................75


7.2.6 FTP Settings............................................................................................................76
7.2.7 NE Software Management ......................................................................................77
7.2.8 MIB Management ....................................................................................................78
7.2.9 NE Timing Setting....................................................................................................80
7.2.10 NE Trap Destination Configuration..........................................................................81
7.2.11 Port Configuration and Management ......................................................................81
7.2.12 Shutdown TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT........................................................84
8 Initial Measurements and Tests ..............................................................................85
8.1 Measurements and Tests ........................................................................................85
8.2 Test Procedure ........................................................................................................85
8.2.1 STM-16 Optical Interface.........................................................................................85
8.2.1.1 STM-16 TX Optical Power...................................................................................... 85
8.2.1.2 STM-16 RX Sensitivity............................................................................................ 86
8.2.1.3 STM-16 Input Optical Power .................................................................................. 87
8.2.2 STM-4 Optical Interface...........................................................................................87
8.2.2.1 STM-4 TX Optical Power........................................................................................ 87
8.2.2.2 STM-4 RX Sensitivity of STM-4 laser..................................................................... 88
8.2.2.3 STM-4 Input Optical Power .................................................................................... 89
8.2.3 STM-1 Optical Interface...........................................................................................90
8.2.3.1 STM-1 TX Optical Power........................................................................................ 90
8.2.3.2 STM-1 RX Sensitivity of STM-1 laser..................................................................... 91
8.2.3.3 STM-1 Input Optical Power .................................................................................... 91
8.2.4 STM-1e interface .....................................................................................................92
8.2.4.1 STM-1E Port BER Test .......................................................................................... 92
8.2.5 PDH Port Test .........................................................................................................93
8.2.5.1 E1 Port BER Test ................................................................................................... 93
8.2.5.2 E3/DS3 Port BER Test ........................................................................................... 94
8.2.6 Ethernet Port ...........................................................................................................94
8.2.6.1 10/100M Port Auto-Negotiation Test ...................................................................... 94
8.2.6.2 10/100M Port Mode Test ........................................................................................ 96
8.2.7 OA Port Test............................................................................................................98
8.2.8 Protection Test ........................................................................................................99
8.2.8.1 Power 1+1 Protection Test ..................................................................................... 99
8.3 Test Reports ............................................................................................................99
9 LED Indications .....................................................................................................100
9.1 System Controller Module (SC).............................................................................100
9.2 Cross-Connect Switching and Timing Module (CC/Timing)..................................100
9.3 Traffic Interface Modules .......................................................................................101
9.3.1 PWR and FAULT LEDS ........................................................................................101
9.3.2 LINK LEDs.............................................................................................................101
9.3.3 Fast Ethernet Connector LEDs .............................................................................101
9.4 Power Module........................................................................................................102
10 Pin Assignments....................................................................................................103
10.1 DC Power Supply Cable........................................................................................103
10.2 E1 Cable ................................................................................................................103
10.2.1 E1 Cable with two SCSI Interfaces .......................................................................104

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10.2.2 E1 cable with 5x6 2mm square Interface ............................................................. 109


10.3 Ethernet Cable...................................................................................................... 113
10.4 Management Cable .............................................................................................. 114
10.5 Timing, STM-1E and E3/D3 Cables .................................................................... 115
10.6 Station Alarm Cables ............................................................................................ 115
10.7 MDI Cables ........................................................................................................... 116
10.8 MDO Cables ......................................................................................................... 116
10.9 EOW Cables ......................................................................................................... 116
10.10 Console Cable ...................................................................................................... 117
11 Abbreviations ........................................................................................................ 118
12 Index ..................................................................................................................... 120

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Illustrations

Fig. 4.1 Mounting Bracket for 19” Rack .............................................................................31


Fig. 4.2 Mounting Bracket for ETSI Rack ..........................................................................32
Fig. 4.3 Grounding Point....................................................................................................33
Fig. 4.4 Position of Cage Nuts ...........................................................................................33
Fig. 4.5 Cable Routing Cover ............................................................................................34
Fig. 4.6 ESD Grounding Jack ............................................................................................35
Fig. 4.7 Arrangement of Chassis Slots and Slot Designations..........................................35
Fig. 4.8 Chassis filled with all short cards..........................................................................36
Fig. 4.9 Chassis filled with all long cards...........................................................................36
Fig. 4.10 The Rail Position in the Chassis...........................................................................37
Fig. 4.11 Position of screws on 63× E1 EC (DB100) Card ..................................................39
Fig. 4.12 Position of screws on 63× E1 EC (DB100) Card (continued)...............................39
Fig. 4.13 E1 Extension Panel ..............................................................................................40
Fig. 4.14 SFP Optical Module..............................................................................................40
Fig. 4.15 Station Alarm Card with Accessories ...................................................................41
Fig. 4.16 Alarm Card Cable Connection Indication .............................................................42
Fig. 4.17 Pulling - Out the Fan Tray.....................................................................................42
Fig. 4.18 Plugging-In the Fan Tray ......................................................................................43
Fig. 4.19 Screw Under the Top Panel..................................................................................43
Fig. 4.20 Cable Locations ....................................................................................................44
Fig. 4.21 DC Power Module.................................................................................................45
Fig. 4.22 SURPASS hiT 7060 DC Power Connection and Routing (19’ Racks) .................45
Fig. 4.23 SURPASS hiT 7060 DC Power Connection and Routing (ETSI Rack) ...............46
Fig. 4.24 -48V DC Power Source Panel ..............................................................................47
Fig. 4.25 Fiber Jumpers Shown Routed Vertically into the Fiber Tray ................................48
Fig. 4.26 Fiber Protection Wiring .........................................................................................49
Fig. 4.27 Ethernet Cabling, View 1 ......................................................................................50
Fig. 4.28 Ethernet Cabling, View 2 ......................................................................................50
Fig. 4.29 E1 Extension Panel (75 Ohm) ..............................................................................51
Fig. 4.30 E1 Extension Panel (120 Ohm) ............................................................................51
Fig. 4.31 Position of the Ferrite Rings .................................................................................52
Fig. 4.32 E1 Cable (120 Ohm) surrounded with Ferrite Ring ..............................................52
Fig. 4.33 Internal E1 Cable (2 SCCI interfaces) Mounting ..................................................53
Fig. 4.34 External E1 Cable Mounting and Routing (600 × 300 mm Rack).........................53
Fig. 4.35 Internal E1 Cable (5x6 2mm Square Interface) Mounting ....................................54
Fig. 4.36 E3/DS3 cabling .....................................................................................................56
Fig. 4.37 STM-1E cabling ....................................................................................................56

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Fig. 4.38 System Management Interface Panel.................................................................. 57


Fig. 4.39 Administrative cables layout ................................................................................ 57
Fig. 4.40 Timing cable connection ...................................................................................... 58
Fig. 4.41 Ethernet Splitter Install (Up-side View) ................................................................ 59
Fig. 4.42 Ethernet Splitter (Side View)................................................................................ 59
Fig. 4.43 Ethernet Splitter Panel (Back View)..................................................................... 60
Fig. 4.44 Ethernet Splitter Panel (Front View) .................................................................... 60
Fig. 4.45 Ethernet splitter cables layout (Front View)......................................................... 60
Fig. 4.46 Ethernet splitter cables layout (Back View) ......................................................... 61
Fig. 4.47 Ethernet Cabling in Rack ..................................................................................... 61
Fig. 4.48 Completed Cable Layout ..................................................................................... 62
Fig. 6.1 HyperTerminal Window ....................................................................................... 65
Fig. 6.2 HyperTerminal connection selection window ...................................................... 65
Fig. 6.3 HyperTerminal Properties.................................................................................... 66
Fig. 6.4 Root Menu window .............................................................................................. 66
Fig. 6.5 Main Menu Directory............................................................................................ 67
Fig. 6.6 IP Address Configuration..................................................................................... 67
Fig. 6.7 Telnet Login Window ........................................................................................... 68
Fig. 6.8 DCC Slot Information ........................................................................................... 69
Fig. 7.1 Connection window.............................................................................................. 71
Fig. 7.2 Login window ....................................................................................................... 71
Fig. 7.3 TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT Main Window............................................... 71
Fig. 7.4 Chassis View ....................................................................................................... 72
Fig. 7.5 Refresh Chassis................................................................................................... 73
Fig. 7.6 Synchronize NE ................................................................................................... 73
Fig. 7.7 NE Properties....................................................................................................... 74
Fig. 7.8 Shutdown NE ....................................................................................................... 75
Fig. 7.9 Shutdown Information .......................................................................................... 75
Fig. 7.10 FTP Settings ........................................................................................................ 76
Fig. 7.11 FTP Root.............................................................................................................. 76
Fig. 7.12 NE Software Management................................................................................... 77
Fig. 7.13 FTP Setting .......................................................................................................... 77
Fig. 7.14 NE Software Switch Result Windows .................................................................. 78
Fig. 7.15 MIB Management <Upload> tab.......................................................................... 79
Fig. 7.16 MIB Management <Download> tab ..................................................................... 79
Fig. 7.17 NE Time Settings ................................................................................................. 80
Fig. 7.18 NE Destination ..................................................................................................... 81
Fig. 7.19 Confirmation for Delete ........................................................................................ 81
Fig. 7.20 Port Properties ..................................................................................................... 82
Fig. 7.21 Advanced Port Status Information ....................................................................... 83

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Fig. 8.1 Test Setup of STM-16 TX optical power...............................................................85


Fig. 8.2 Test Setup of STM-16 RX sensitivity....................................................................86
Fig. 8.3 Test Setup of STM-16 input optical power ...........................................................87
Fig. 8.4 Test Setup of STM-4 TX optical power.................................................................88
Fig. 8.5 Test Setup of STM-4 RX sensitivity......................................................................88
Fig. 8.6 Test Setup of STM-4 input optical power .............................................................89
Fig. 8.7 Test Setup of STM-1 TX optical power.................................................................90
Fig. 8.8 Test Setup of STM-1 RX sensitivity......................................................................91
Fig. 8.9 Test Setup of STM-1 input optical power .............................................................92
Fig. 8.10 Test Setup of STM-1E loop-back test...................................................................92
Fig. 8.11 Test Setup of E1 loop-back test ...........................................................................93
Fig. 8.12 Test Setup of E3/DS3 loop-back test ...................................................................94
Fig. 8.12 Test Setup of 10/100M port auto-negotiation (1)..................................................95
Fig. 8.13 Test Setup of 10/100M port auto-negotiation (2)..................................................95
Fig. 8.14 Test Setup of 10/100M port working mode (1) .....................................................96
Fig. 8.15 Test Setup of 10/100M port working mode (2) .....................................................97
Fig. 8.16 Test Setup of OA channel.....................................................................................98
Fig. 8.17 Test Setup of Power 1+1 Protection.....................................................................99
Fig. 10.1 DC Power Supply Cable .....................................................................................103
Fig. 10.2 DC power connector ...........................................................................................103
Fig. 10.3 2Mb/s SCSI-100 Connector which Connect up to 21x E1 Signals.....................104
Fig. 10.4 21× E1 Cable Connector showing ......................................................................104
Fig. 10.5 Pin Numbering of the Connectors on the 21× E1 Cable ....................................104
Fig. 10.6 E1/ 120Ohm RJ-48 Connector ...........................................................................109
Fig. 10.7 2Mb/s 5×6 2mm Connector (75 Ohm) ................................................................109
Fig. 10.8 2Mb/s 5×6 2mm Connector (120 Ohm) ..............................................................109
Fig. 10.8 5×6 2mm Cable Connector showing ..................................................................110
Fig. 10.9 Pin Numbering of the Connectors on the 5×6 2mm E1 Cable ...........................110
Fig. 10.10 Ethernet cable RJ45 connector .........................................................................113
Fig. 10.11 Ethernet splitter converter Indication .................................................................114
Fig. 10.12 RJ-45 plug..........................................................................................................115
Fig. 10.13 CC4-1.0 Connector............................................................................................115
Fig. 10.14 Console Cable Connection ................................................................................117

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Tables
Tab. 3.1 SURPASS hiT 7060 installation process flow chart ........................................... 28
Tab. 3.2 List of accessories .............................................................................................. 30
Tab. 4.1 SURPASS hiT 7060 Module List ........................................................................ 38
Tab. 4.2 List of SURPASS hiT 7060 Required Cables.................................................... 44
Tab. 7.1 NE Properties ..................................................................................................... 74
Tab. 7.2 NE Software Management Window Field Description........................................ 77
Tab. 7.3 Port Configuration............................................................................................... 82
Tab. 7.4 Port Status .......................................................................................................... 83
Tab. 8.1 Optical output power Standard of STM-16 ......................................................... 86
Tab. 8.2 Optical input sensitivity standard of STM-16 ...................................................... 86
Tab. 8.3 Optical Input Power Range Standard of STM-16 ............................................... 87
Tab. 8.4 Optical output power Standard of STM-4 ........................................................... 88
Tab. 8.5 Optical input sensitivity standard of STM-4 ........................................................ 89
Tab. 8.6 Optical Input Power Range Standard of STM-4 ................................................. 90
Tab. 8.7 Optical output power Standard of STM-1 ........................................................... 90
Tab. 8.8 Optical input sensitivity standard of STM-1 ........................................................ 91
Tab. 8.9 Optical Input Power Range Standard of STM-1 ................................................. 92
Tab. 8.10 Expected result of OA port test........................................................................... 98
Tab. 9.1 System Controller (SC) module LEDs .............................................................. 100
Tab. 9.2 CC/Timing module LEDs .................................................................................. 100
Tab. 9.3 LEDs on the Traffic Interface Modules ............................................................. 101
Tab. 9.4 LEDs on the Traffic Interface Modules ............................................................. 101
Tab. 9.5 LEDs in the RJ45 Fast Ethernet Connectors ................................................... 101
Tab. 9.6 LED in the RJ-45 Connector of 2xGE+8xFE/A................................................. 102
Tab. 9.7 LEDs on the Power Module.............................................................................. 102
Tab. 10.1 SURPASS hiT 7060 DC Power Connector Pin Assignments .......................... 103
Tab. 10.2 21× E1 (75Ohm) Cable Connector Pin Assignment......................................... 105
Tab. 10.3 21× E1 (75 Ohm) Cable Connector Pin Assignment (continued)..................... 106
Tab. 10.4 21× E1 (120Ohm) Cable Connector Pin Assignment....................................... 107
Tab. 10.5 21× E1 (120Ohm) cable connector pin assignment (continued) ...................... 108
Tab. 10.6 E1 RJ48 Connector Pin Assignment ................................................................ 109
Tab. 10.7 21× E1 (75Ohm) Cable Connector Pin Assignment......................................... 111
Tab. 10.8 21× E1 (120Ohm) Cable Connector Pin Assignment....................................... 112
Tab. 10.9 Ethernet Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment ............................................ 113
Tab. 10.10 Category 5 twisted pair color-code standards .................................................. 113
Tab. 10.11 Management Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment ..................................... 114
Tab. 10.12 Station Alarm Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignments................................... 115
Tab. 10.13 MDI Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignments.................................................. 116

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Tab. 10.14 MDO Cable RJ45 connector pin assignments ..................................................116


Tab. 10.15 EOW Interface (Channel 1~2) RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment......................116
Tab. 10.16 EOW Interface (Channel 3~4) RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment......................117
Tab. 10.17 Console Cable Pin Assignements .....................................................................117

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1 Notes on this Documentation

1.1 Customer Documentation


The Customer Documentation of the SURPASS hiT 7060 comprises the following
descriptions and manuals:

• Technical Manual
The Technical Manual gives an overview of the application, performance features,
interfaces and functions of the SURPASS hiT 7060. It also contains the most important
technical data.
i The Technical Manual does not contain any instructions to be carried out.

• Installation and Test Manual


The Installation and Test Manual contains instructions on mounting, connecting and
commissioning the SURPASS hiT 7060, and connecting and commissioning the LCT
operating terminals.

• Troubleshooting Manual
The Troubleshooting Manual provides information about the alarm list SURPASS hiT
7060 supports and troubleshooting procedures.

• TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT User Manual


The LCT User Manual provides information about the LCT (features, configuration,
installation, etc.) and how to operate, monitor and maintain the SURPASS hiT 7060
using the Element Manager software (Application Software) running on the LCT.

Besides the LCT User Manual, the Online Help of the SURPASS hiT software is of high
i importance for the operator.

1.2 Complementary Documents


In addition to the SURPASS hiT 7060 customer documentation listed in Chapter 1.1, there is
further documentation:

• SURPASS hiT 7060 Release Note


This document identifies the specific version of the SURPASS hiT 7060 and provides
information on HW, SW, LCT components and the limitations of the release as well as
important notes concerning the customer documentation.

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1.3 Symbols Used in the Customer Documentation

1.3.1 Symbol for Warnings

This symbol identifies notes which, if ignored, can result in personal injury or in permanent
! damage to the equipment.

1.3.2 Symbols for Notes

i Information which extends beyond the immediate context.

Cross reference to other chapters in this manual or reference to other manuals.

Help Reference to the online help system of the Element Manager software.

1.3.3 Symbols for Menu Displays and Text Inputs

Menu options from pop-up menus or inputs to be made by the user (texts, commands) are
displayed consecutively in their hierarchical sequence in pointed brackets:
<Menu> <Menu item> <Command text> <Parameter> etc.

1.4 Notes on Licensed Software

This documentation refers to software products which were taken over from other companies
as licenses.

Should problems arise, you should contact Siemens AG as the licensee and not the relevant
licenser.

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2 Protective Measures and Handling /


Schutzmaßnahmen und Handhabung

2.1 Basic Remarks / Grundsätzliche Hinweise


If the following rules are not observed, Bei Nichtbeachtung der nachfolgenden
! and if equipment damages or personnel Vorschriften und daraus resultieren- den
injuries are the result, the manufacturer Personen- oder Sachschäden wird keine
assumes no liability, and the warranty Haftung seitens des Herstellers
will expire! übernommen, und die Gewährleistung
erlischt!

If you replace any parts of devices or ca- Falls Sie an den Geräten oder an der Ver-
! bles, you must only use original spare kabelung irgendwelche Teile ersetzen, dann
parts or parts which are explicitly licensed dürfen Sie nur Original-Ersatzteile oder solche
by the manufacturer. Teile verwenden, die vom Hersteller
ausdrücklich zugelassen sind.

Changes or modifications not expressly Änderungen oder Modifikationen, die vom


! approved by the manufacturer could void Hersteller nicht ausdrücklich zugelassen
the user’s authority to operate the equip- wurden, können zum Erlöschen der allgemeinen
ment. Betriebsgenehmigung für das Gerät führen.

If necessary, safety signs and markings Soweit notwendig, sind an den Geräten
according to IEC 61310-1 are fixed to the Sicherheitssymbole und Kennzeichnungen nach
devices. IEC 61310-1 angebracht.

Important Note: Wichtiger Hinweis:


i If no date is specified, the norms men- Wenn kein Datum angegeben ist, beziehen sich
tioned in the following (EN, IEC, UL, etc.) die Normen (EN, IEC, UL usw.), die im
refer to the latest issue of the respective folgenden erwähnt werden, auf die jeweils
norm in each case. neueste Ausgabe der entsprechenden Norm.

Additional (more specific) safety re- Zusätzliche (speziellere) Sicher-


marks may also be included in the heitshinweise können auch in den
following main chapters of this. nachfolgenden Hauptkapiteln
dieses Handbuches enthalten sein.

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2.2 Mechanical Design / Mechanische Konstruktion

2.2.1 Front Door of the Device / Geräte-Vordertür

A subrack being fitted with a front door must Baugruppenträger, die eine Vordertür haben,
! only be operated with this door closed. There dürfen nur betrieben werden, wenn diese Tür
is danger of personal injury, if the door of the geschlossen ist. Bei geöffneter Vordertür des
subrack is open. Baugruppenträgers besteht
Verletzungsgefahr.

For this reason, before working on the Öffnen Sie deshalb, bevor Sie am
subrack, open the front door, raise it and Baugruppenträger arbeiten, dessen
then remove it. Vordertür, heben Sie sie an und nehmen Sie
sie ab.

Once the work has been completed, refit the Bringen Sie nach Beendigung der Arbeiten
door belonging to this subrack and close it. die zu diesem Baugruppenträger gehörende
Vordertür wieder an und schließen Sie sie.

When the front door is open − especially Bei geöffneter Vordertür − insbesondere
! when additional covers have been removed nach dem Öffnen von zusätzlichen Abde-
− components with high operating ckungen − können auch Teile mit hoher
temperatures may also become accessible. Betriebstemperatur zugänglich sein.

2.2.2 Card Shieldings / Schirmungen der Baugruppen


Do not touch the contact springs of the card Berühren Sie die Kontaktfedern der
shieldings with the fingers or with the hand. Baugruppen-Schirmungen nicht mit den
Fingern oder mit der Hand.

2.3 Weight / Gewicht


Warning Labels Warnschilder
at the subrack in case of heavy am Baugruppenträger bei hohem
weight. Gewicht.

The maximum weight to be lifted by one Das maximale Hebegewicht für eine Person
person is fixed to 18 kg! ist auf 18 kg festgelegt!

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2.4 Temperature / Temperatur

2.4.1 Device Cooling / Gerätekühlung


The built-in ventilation installations must not Vorhandene Lüftungseinrichtungen dürfen
! be modified, and there must be sufficient air nicht verändert werden, und die aus-
flow! reichende Luftzirkulation darf nicht behindert
sein.

Attention! Air condition devices have Achtung! Lüfterbaugruppen haben ro-


! rotating items! tierende Teile!

2.4.2 Components Subject to High Operating Temperatures /


Komponenten mit hoher Betriebstemperatur
Warning Label Warnschild
! for equipment components (e. g. für Geräteteile (z. B. Kühlkörper), die
heat sinks) which may attain high hohe Betriebstemperaturen
operating temperatures. erreichen können.

Touching these components is liable Beim Berühren solcher Teile besteht


to result in personal injury! Verletzungsgefahr!

2.5 Dust Filter / Staubfilter


Each fan unit can be equipped with a dust Jede Lüftereinheit kann mit einem Staubfilter
! filter that cleans the cooling air from dust ausgestattet werden, welches die Kühlluft
particles. von Staubpartikeln reinigt.

Provided that the environmental conditions Vorausgesetzt, dass die Umweltbedin-


(defined in ETS 300 019 class 3.1E) are gungen (entsprechend ETS 300 019
fulfilled, replace the dust filter every three class 3.1E) erfüllt sind, ist das Staubfilter alle
months. drei Monate auszuwechseln.

In addition, pay attention to possible notes Außerdem sind gegebenenfalls die Hinweise
from the filter manufacturer. des Filterherstellers zu beachten.

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2.6 Grounding and Potential Balancing /


Erdung und Potenzialausgleich
Especially when running a combination of Insbesondere bei gemeinsamer Verwendung
! different communications equipment, it is verschiedener Kommunikationsgeräte ist es
important to establish correct grounding and wichtig abhängig von den örtlichen
potential balancing between them depending Erdungsmaßnahmen auf korrekten Erdungs-
on the local grounding measures. und Potenzialausgleich zu achten.

After mounting the systems into the rack, Nach dem Einbau der Systeme in das
before attaching the connecting cables, and Gestell sind – vor dem Anschluss der
before commissioning, first check the Verbindungskabel und vor der
grounding and potential balancing Inbetriebnahme – die Erdungs- und
connections to agree with EN50310 and Potenzialausgleichsverbindungen gemäß
ETSI EN 300 253. EN50310 und ETSI EN 300 253 zu über-
prüfen.

The grounding must be effective as long as Die Erdung muss bestehen bleiben, solange
external cables are connected to the Kabel von außen an die Geräte
equipment. angeschlossen sind.

If a subrack is not installed in a system rack Wenn die Baugruppenträger bzw. Einsätze
i you must ensure that it is properly grounded nicht in einem Systemgestell montiert
in some other way (according to ETSI EN werden, müssen Sie auf andere Weise für
300 253). geeignete Erdung sorgen (gemäß ETSI EN
300 253).

Grounding or potential balancing points are Erdungs- oder Potenzialausgleichspunkte


normally labeled with one of the signs shown sind normalerweise mit einem der nach-
below. folgend dargestellten Zeichen gekennze-
zeichnet

Protective earth (PE) Schutzerde (PE)

Ground (GND) Erde (E)

In both rack and wall mounted applications, Sowohl bei Gestellmontage als auch bei
the subrack Protective earthing must be Wandmontage des Baugruppenträgers muss
assured by connecting a PE cable as die Schutzerdung dadurch sichergestellt
depicted in the Cabling Plan document. sein, dass ein Schutzerdungskabel
entsprechend dem Kabelführungsplan
The PE cable must be connected before angeschlossen ist.
each other cable connection, and Das Schutzerdungskabel muss als erste
disconnected last. Verbindung (vor jeder anderen) ange-
schlossen und als letzte Verbindung getrennt
werden.

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2.7 Protection Against Excessive Overvoltage on the


48/60-Volts Power Supply Input /
Schutz gegen Überspannungen beim
48/60-Volt-Stromversorgungseingang
A protection against excessive voltage is built Ein Schutz gegen Überspannung auf der
! in on the 48/60-Volts power supply input. Stromversorgungs-Eingangsseite 48/60 V ist
eingebaut.
The equipment must only be operated at a Das Gerät darf nur an einer batteriege-
48V/60V DC battery-based supply voltage, stützten, mit positivem Pol geerdeten
grounded at its positive pole and cor- 48V/60V-Versorgungs-Gleichspannung
responding to ETSI EN 300 132-2 and entsprechend ETSI EN 300 132-2 und
EN60950-1! EN60950-1 betrieben werden!

Observe the above note especially Beachten Sie den obigen Warnhin-
before connecting other equipment to weis insbesondere, bevor Sie andere
the user/customer interfaces! Geräte an die Anwender-/
Kunden-Schnittstellen anschließen!

You must observe without fail the Beachten Sie unbedingt die
Protective earthing measures given in Schutzerdungsmaßnahmen
Chapter 2.6! entsprechend Kapitel 2.6!

The subrack interfaces for alarms and TIF Die Baugruppenträger-Schnittstellen für
! contacts are supplied by external power. The Alarme und TIF-Kontakte werden extern
maximum allowable voltage must correspond versorgt. Die maximal zulässige Spannung
to the SELV voltage limits (≤ 72V DC) muss den SELV-Spannungsgrenzen
respectively to the 48V/60V DC battery- entsprechen (≤ 72V Gleichspannung) bzw.
based supply voltage according to ETSI EN den Spannungsgrenzen der
300 132-2! batteriegestützten 48V/60V- Versorgungs-
Gleichspannung gemäß ETSI EN 300 132-2!

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2.8 Electrostatic Sensitive Components (ESD) /


Elektrostatisch gefährdete Bauteile (EGB)
ESD Symbol EGB/ESD-Symbol
Modules displaying this label are Baugruppen, die dieses Zeichen
fitted with electrostatically-sensitive tragen, sind mit elektrostatisch
components, i.e. they must be gefährdeten Bauteilen bestückt, d. h.
handled in accordance with the beim Umgang damit müssen die
necessary safety measures. erforderlichen Sicherheits-
maßnahmen eingehalten werden.

You must always wear a grounding bracelet Jeder, der Baugruppen mit EGB- / ESD-
! that is connected properly when packing, Symbol aus- oder einpackt, berührt, zieht
unpacking, touching, pulling, or inserting oder steckt, muss stets ein vorschriftsmäßig
modules displaying the ESD symbol. This will angeschlossenes Erdungsarmband tragen.
ensure these modules not to be damaged by Dadurch ist sichergestellt, dass diese
electrostatic discharges. Baugruppen nicht durch elektrostatische
Entladungen beschädigt werden.

Every printed circuit board has a grounding Jede Leiterplatte hat einen Erdungs-
outer edge, which is connected to the ground außenrand, der mit dem Masseanschluss der
terminal of the module. The board is only Baugruppe verbunden ist. Die Leiterplatte
allowed to be touched or handled at this darf - auch bei vorschriftsmäßiger
grounding edge - even if you are properly Körpererdung- nur am Erdungsaußenrand
grounded. angefasst werden.

When pulling and inserting modules, only Verwenden Sie beim Ziehen und Stecken
use the integral plug and pull aids. von Baugruppen nur die daran angebrachten
Zieh- und Steckhilfen.

Modules which are located in a screened, Baugruppen, die sich in einem abge-
unopened housing are protected at any rate schirmten, ungeöffneten Gehäuse befinden,
against electrostatic discharges. sind in jedem Fall vor elektrostatischen
Entladungen geschützt.

The European Standards EN 61340- Die Europa-Normen EN 61340-5-1


5-1 and -2 contain additional und -2 geben zusätzliche Anleitungen
instructions on how to handle zum sachgemäßen Umgang mit
electrostatically-sensitive devices elektrostatisch gefährdeten
properly. Bauelementen.

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2.9 Fiber-optic Cables and Connectors /


Lichtwellenleiter und optische Steckverbinder
For laser safety remarks, see Chapter Laser-Sicherheitshinweise siehe
2.10. Kapitel 2.10.

Optical connectors are precision-made Optische Steckverbindungen sind


components and must be handled Präzisionsteile und müssen
accordingly. To ensure faultless dementsprechend behandelt werden. Eine
functioning, the following points must be einwandfreie Funktion ist nur dann
observed. sichergestellt, wenn nachfolgende Punkte
berücksichtigt werden.
The minimum bending radius for optical Für LWL-Leitungen darf ein Biegeradius von
fibers is 30 mm! 30 mm nicht unterschritten werden!

Mechanical damage to the surfaces of optical Mechanische Beschädigungen der Stirn-


connectors impairs transmission quality by flächen von optischen Steckverbindungen
higher attenuation. erhöhen die Dämpfung und mindern deshalb
die Übertragungsqualität.

For this reason, do not expose the con- Vermeiden Sie deshalb Stoßbeanspru-
nectors to impact. chungen der Steckverbinder.

Always fit optical fiber connectors with Schützen Sie LWL-Steckverbinder grund-
protective caps to guard them against me- sätzlich mit einer Schutzkappe vor mech-
chanical damage and contamination. The anischen Beschädigungen und
protective dust caps should only be removed Verschmutzungen. Die Staubschutzkappe
immediately prior to installation. soll erst unmittelbar vor dem Einbau entfernt
werden.

Once the protective dust caps have been Prüfen Sie nach Entfernen der Staub-
removed, you must check the surfaces of the schutzkappen die Stirnflächen der LWL-
optical fiber connectors to ensure that they Stecker auf Sauberkeit und reinigen Sie sie
are clean, and clean them if necessary. gegebenenfalls.

For cleaning, a special optical fiber cleaning Zum Reinigen kann ein spezielles LWL-
tool or a clean, lint-free cellulose cloth or Reinigungswerkzeug oder ein einwandfrei
chamois leather is suitable. Freon TF, sauberes, fusselfreies Zellstofftuch oder
isopropyl alcohol (99 %), or white spirit can Fensterleder verwendet werden. Als
be used as cleaning fluids. Reinigungsflüssigkeit kann Freon TF, Iso-
propylalkohol (99 %) oder Spiritus verwendet
werden.

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2.10 Laser Radiation / Laserstrahlung

2.10.1 Protection Against Extraneous Laser Light and


Protection of the Optical Modules Concerned /
Schutz gegen austretendes Laserlicht und
Schutz der betreffenden optischen Baugruppen

Depending on the device type, the laser Je nach Gerätetyp kann die Laserstrah-
! radiation may also be invisible for the lung für das menschliche Auge auch
human eye! unsichtbar sein!

Devices and modules displaying either of the Geräte und Baugruppen, die eines der fol-
following warning labels contain laser genden Warnzeichen tragen, enthalten
devices. Laser-Einrichtungen.

Warning Label Warnschild


according to nach
EN 60825-1 / IEC 60825-1. EN 60825-1 / IEC 60825-1.

Warning Label Warnschild


for laser equipment für Laser-Einrichtungen
as per EN 60825-1 / LASER CLASS 1 entsprechend EN 60825-1 /
IEC 60825-1. IEC 60825-1.

When operated in a closed system, the laser Bei Betrieb im geschlossenen System
equipment of the device conforms to hazard entsprechen die Laser-Einrichtungen des
level 1. Gerätes dem Gefährdungsgrad 1.
Nevertheless, in view of possible malfunc- Unter Berücksichtigung von vorhersehbaren
tions, transmission systems which are fitted Fehlerfällen sind mit optischen
with optical fiber amplifier modules are Lichtwellenleiter-Verstärkerbaugruppen
classified as hazard level 1M. This hazard bestückte Übertragungssysteme jedoch dem
level is also applicable if the device is Gefährdungsgrad 1M zugeordnet. Diese
opened. Gefährdungsklasse gilt auch bei geöffnetem
Gerät.
This hazard level is labelled as follows: Der Gefährdungsgrad ist folgendermaßen
beschildert:

Warning Label Warnschild


according to nach
EN EN
60825-2:2004 / 60825-2:2004 /
IEC IEC
60825-2:2004. 60825-2:2004.

To ensure safe operation of the entire Für den sicheren Betrieb der ge-
optical path, the laser safety shutdown samten optischen Strecke muss die
must be activated, see Chapter Lasersicherheitsabschaltung aktiviert

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2.10.2. sein, siehe Kapitel 2.10.2.

Commissioning should be performed Die Inbetriebnahme soll abgesichert


with fuse protection in the closed im geschlossenen System erfolgen.
system.

To avoid damage to health, you must Zur Vermeidung gesundheitlicher


observe the regulations regarding Schäden müssen Sie die Vorschriften
protection against radiation from laser zur Strahlungssicherheit von
devices (EN 60825-1/ IEC 60825-1). Lasereinrichtungen (EN 60825-1 / IEC
60825-1) beachten.

If it cannot be avoided in an exceptional case Falls die Gefährdungsklasse 1M im Aus-


to apply the hazard level 1 M regulation (see nahmefall nicht vermieden werden kann
! above), you always must use dedicated (siehe oben), müssen Sie stets eine Laser-
laser-protective goggles. Schutzbrille tragen.

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2.10.2 Laser Safety Circuit / Lasersicherheitsabschaltung


Under normal operating conditions, the Unter normalen Betriebsbedingungen
maximum transmit levels of the optical in- bleiben die maximalen Übertragungspegel
terface units stay below the limit values der optischen Anschlussbaugruppen
defined in EN 60825-1 / IEC 60825-1, Laser unterhalb der Grenzen, die nach EN 60825-1
Class 1. / IEC 60825-1, Laser-Klasse 1, erlaubt sind.

However, all optical transmitters (except at Als Schutz gegen eventuelle Gefährdungen
the Ethernet interfaces) are fitted with sind alle optischen Sender (außer an den
automatic laser shutdown circuits to safe- Ethernet-Schnittstellen) mit einer au-
guard against any possible hazard. This tomatischen Laserabschaltung ausgestattet.
shutdown circuit can be configured and is Diese Abschaltung kann konfiguriert werden
active in the basic state. It trips, if no input und ist grundsätzlich aktiv. Sie löst aus,
signal is received by the optical receiver, i.e. wenn ein Eingangssignal am zugehörigen
if there is a break in the link. This prevents optischen Empfänger fehlt, z. B. bei
any uncontrolled laser emission if a fiber- unterbrochener Verbindung. Dies verhindert
optic connector is faulty or not connected. jede unkontrollierte Laserabstrahlung, wenn
der optische Steckverbinder fehlerhaft oder
nicht angeschlossen ist.

To ensure safe operation of the entire optical Für den sicheren Betrieb der gesamten
path, the laser safety shutdown must be optischen Strecke muss die Laser-
activated. Sicherheitsabschaltung aktiviert sein.
Even with this safeguard, fiber-optic cables Auch unter Beachtung dieser Vorsichts-
! which are open at one end should always be maßnahmen sollen Glasfaserkabel, die an
considered to be “live”. einem Ende offen sind, immer so behandelt
werden, als würden sie ständig Laserlicht
führen.
Never look into open fiber-optic cable ends, Nie direkt in die Enden sehen, da sonst die
as this may damage your eyes. Augen geschädigt werden können!

In case of doubt always use dedicated laser- Tragen Sie im Zweifelsfall stets eine
! protective goggles! Laserschutzbrille!

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2.10.3 Handling Batteries / Handhabung von Batterien


Some equipment may contain accumulators Bestimmte Geräte können Akkumulatoren
! or batteries of different technologies − e. g. oder Batterien verschiedener Technologien
lithium batteries or others. enthalten − z. B. Lithium-Batterien oder
andere.

Observe the following international Beachten Sie gegebenenfalls auch


standards, if applicable: folgende internationale Normen:

IEC 60130-17 (device interconnec- IEC 60130-17 (Geräteverbindungen)


tions) IEC 61429 (Recyclingsymbol)
IEC 61429 (recycling symbol) IEC 61438 (Sicherheits- und
IEC 61438 (safety and health haz- Gesundheitsrisiken)
ards) IEC 60086-4 (Umgang mit Lithium-
IEC 60086-4 (handling lithium bat- Batterien)
teries)

Pay attention to error messages re- Achten Sie auf Fehlermeldungen, die
ferring to the accumulator or the sich auf den Akkumulator bzw. die
battery. Batterie beziehen.

Accumulators or batteries which are inte- Ins Gerät eingebaute Akkumulatoren oder
grated in the device should only be replaced Batterien sollen nur beim Gerätehersteller
by the equipment manufacturer. ausgetauscht werden.

If replacement is necessary, do not remove Wenn ein Austausch erforderlich ist, dann
the accumulator or the battery from the bauen Sie nicht den Akkumulator oder die
device, but send in the complete device / the Batterie aus dem Gerät aus, sondern
module (card) or the removable battery pack. schicken Sie das komplette Gerät / die
Baugruppe oder das herausnehmbare
Batteriepack ein.
In order to prevent loss of data, the battery Zur Vermeidung von Datenverlust soll die
should only be replaced by the equipment Batterie nur durch den Gerätehersteller
manufacturer. ausgetauscht werden.

There is risk of explosion if the battery is not Wenn die Batterie nicht ordnungsgemäß
! replaced correctly! ausgetauscht wird, besteht Explosionsgefahr!
Never short circuit batteries directly without Schließen Sie niemals Batterien direkt ohne
using a discharging resistor! Without a Entladewiderstand kurz! Ohne Widerstand
resistor very high current will flow causing a können so hohe Ströme fließen, dass
risk of explosion! Explosionsgefahr besteht.

! If you depollute batteries, you must observe Beim Entsorgen von Batterien müssen die
the local regulations applicable to hazardous örtlichen Vorschriften über Beseitigung von
waste. Sondermüll eingehalten werden.

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2.10.4 Emergency Switching OFF / Notabschaltung

Especially if smoke or fire escapes from the Insbesondere falls Rauch oder Feuer aus
device (or in other emergency situations), dem Gerät austritt (oder in anderen
switch OFF the device immediately - by all Notsituationen), schalten Sie das Gerät
relevant circuit breakers in the connector sofort aus - mit allen zugehörigen
panel of the rack. Sicherungsautomaten im Gestell-
Anschlussfeld.

If possible, first switch OFF the protection Schalten Sie möglichst zuerst die Ersatz-
power supply and then the working power Stromversorgung aus, dann die Betriebs-
supply. Stromversorgung.

However, consider that such an emergency Bedenken Sie jedoch, dass durch solch eine
shut-down can disconnect important Notabschaltung wichtige
communication lines which may be required Kommunikationsleitungen unterbrochen
just in the case of emergency. werden können, die gerade im Notfall
eventuell dringend benötigt werden.

For this reason, shut down the device only if Nehmen Sie deshalb nur dann eine
it is inevitable. Otherwise perform the normal Notabschaltung vor, wenn es unumgänglich
switch-off procedure. ist. Verfahren Sie sonst entsprechend der
normalen Abschaltprozedur.

After the emergency shut-down, and if it is Falls dies ohne Gefahr möglich ist,
possible without danger, check if the device überprüfen Sie nach dem Notabschalten, ob
is dead - either by using a measuring device das Gerät spannungsfrei ist - entweder mit
or by the LED display of the device, if ap- einem Messgerät oder gegebenenfalls durch
plicable. eine LED-Anzeige am Gerät.

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3 Installation Procedures and Preparation

3.1 Declaration of CE Conformity

Attention!
! The CE Declaration of Conformity for the product will be fulfilled if the construction and
cabling is undertaken in accordance with the manual and the documents listed therein, e.g.
mounting instructions, cable lists. Where necessary account should be taken of project-
specific documents.

Deviations from the specifications or unstipulated changes during construction, e.g. the use
of cable types with lower screening values, can lead to violation of the CE requirements. In
such cases the conformity declaration is invalidated and the responsibility passes to those
who have caused the deviations.

3.2 Personnel Requirements

The personnel responsible for the installation of the equipment must meet the following
requirements:

• Training as service technician or equivalent training in telecommunications;


• Sound basic knowledge of transmission technology and the construction of exchanges;
• Relevant, practical training by the equipment manufacturer, including knowledge
acquisition of the equipment and systems required for the planned activity;
• PC knowledge, basic familiarity with the operation of MS-Windows;
• Basic knowledge of test engineering, familiarity with the operation of test equipment;
• Familiarity with handling electrostatically-sensitive components;
• Familiarity with handling optical fibres and laser sources;
• Familiarity with handling high temperature electronic modules having heat-sinks and
components conducting heat above 45 degrees Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit).

3.3 Required Tools and Accessories

• ESD grounding bracelet,


• Isopropanol 99 % and lint-free cloth for cleaning optical connectors,
• Cleaning device for SFP modules (e. g. CLETOP stick from ExceLight Communications,
Inc.),
• Special cotton gloves for touching high temperature equipment between 45 and 85
degrees Celsius (113 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit).

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3.4 As-delivered Condition, Checking for Intactness


Prior to commissioning and starting up the SURPASS hiT 7060, it is advisable to check the
delivered equipment, including provided accessories, to ensure that
- The correct items have been delivered with assembled customized hardware,
- The delivered items correspond to the information on the delivery documents, and
- None of the items is damaged as far as outwardly visible.

Particular attention should be paid to the connector pins at the cards, to ensure that they are
not damaged or bent.

3.5 Installation Steps


Tab. 3.1 lists the major steps in the SURPASS hiT 7060 system installation process.

Step 1 Site preparation


Step 2 Installing the Chassis
Step 3 Installing power supply module and connecting to the power supply
Step 4 Installing Cards, SFP lasers, and connecting fibers and cables
Step 5 Connecting system management interfaces
Tab. 3.1 SURPASS hiT 7060 installation process flow chart

3.6 Site Preparation


This section provides instructions for preparing the location where you are installing
components of the SURPASS hiT 7060 MSTP System.

Before you choose a set-up location for the SURPASS hiT 7060, read and consider the
safety precautions provided in Chapter 2.

Upon arrival of the equipment, inspect the condition of the received cartons and compare all
items to the packing list attached to the carton.

Select the installation location carefully based on the overall specifications. The primary
considerations for selecting an installation site include:
• Proximity of associated equipment such as optical multiplexers
• Reach of DC power supply
• Adequate rack space
• Proper ventilation
• Adequate space for cable routing

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In addition to the items provided in the accessory kits, the recommended tools and
equipment for the successful installation, operation, and maintenance of the system and
optical fibers are:
• #1 Phillips Screwdrivers (5 inch)
• Straight Blade Screwdriver 4mm
• 10mm nut driver or deep socket wrench

Additionally, you may wish to use this optional equipment:


• Optical power meter
• SONET/SDH Transmission Analyzer
• Fiber Optic Cleaning Kit and Absolute Alcohol
• Absorbent cotton or Lens Cleaning Tissue
• Pressurized dry-air duster
• Fiber Inspection scope

Be careful not to over-tighten any thumbscrews on the SURPASS hiT 7060 chassis and
applicable components. To properly tighten a thumbscrew, torque the thumbscrew to 0.68
N.M using a torque screwdriver fitted with a #1 Phillips bit, or an equivalent torque wrench. If
a torque screwdriver/wrench is not available, hand-tighten the thumbscrew then gently snug
using a #1 Phillips screwdriver.

3.7 Unpacking Shipping Box

SURPASS hiT 7060 shipment includes:


• One chassis enclosed in a protective shipping carton, which you can reuse if the unit
requires future shipment.
• A chassis accessory kit, as applicable (Tab. 3.2).
• The shipping chassis will contain SURPASS hiT 7060 cards ordered as part of this
installation.
• The shipping chassis will also contain power modules.

Follow the procedures in the following sections to verify your shipment and unpack the
shipping cartons.

Check the contents of the accessory kits that are included in your shipment against the items
listed on the packing lists. Verify that your shipment is complete. A fully configured system
can weigh up to 50Kg. To minimize the risk of personal or mechanical injury, exercise
caution.

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Item Quantity
Anti-static strap 1
M6 x 16 screws and nuts 16 sets
Grounding cable, Stripe, AWG10, both ends installed with ring terminals 1
Grounding screw M5*8 1
DC Cable, -48V, AWG 16,blue, red, yellow & green, 2 ring terminals (not
2
installed), connected installed for the end connects to the equipment
Station Alarm and Miscellaneous Discrete Output (MDO) cable with RJ-45
1
connector at one end
Miscellaneous Discrete Input (MDI) cable with RJ-45 connector at one end 1
List of Equipment contained in the Box 1
Tab. 3.2 List of accessories

Verify that fan tray assemblies are installed in the bottom side of the chassis.
Do not attempt to repair or modify the fan tray assemblies. Although the fan tray assemblies
are field replaceable, there are no user-serviceable parts inside the fan tray assemblies.

3.8 Unpacking the Individual Card Shipping Cartons


Carefully remove each card from its individual shipping carton, but do not remove it from its
ESD-protective packaging until you are ready to insert them into the chassis.
Now that you have completed the installation-preparation steps and have verified the factory-
installed hardware components, the next step is to install the chassis into the equipment rack
and then connect it to a frame ground.

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4 Installing the Hardware


Please read this entire chapter prior to beginning the installation process. This chapter
describes the detailed procedures for installing and initializing the SURPASS hiT 7060
including installation of the chassis, connecting cables, connecting administrative links, and
powering the system.

4.1 Installing the Chassis

4.1.1 Preparing Rack for Chassis Installation

SURPASS hiT 7060 chassis dimensions are 447mm (width) × 566.3mm (height) × 299mm
(depth). When using the 19” [IEC 60297]e rack (see Fig. 4.1) and ETSI [ETS 300 119-3]e
rack (see Fig. 4.2), the chassis will be front mounted. Maximum two (2) sets of SURPASS
hiT 7060 chassis can be mounted in a rack. Between the 2 chassis, 5U (about 220mm)
space is required for heat dissipations. If the hiT 7060 are full mounted the E1 cables, the
maximum only one set of SURPASS hiT 7060 chassis can be mounted in a rack.
Procedures in this manual assume the SURPASS hiT 7060 chassis are mounted in ETSI
[ETS 300 119-3]e rack. If installing the SURPASS hiT 7060 chassis in a 19” [IEC 60297]e
rack or other type racks, the different mounting kits are needed.

Fig. 4.1 Mounting Bracket for 19” Rack

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Fig. 4.2 Mounting Bracket for ETSI Rack

4.1.1.1 Arrange the position of equipment and accessory in the hole rack

Before you mount the chassis in the rack, please do arrange the position of equipment and
accessories (such as chassis, E1 Extension Panel) in the whole rack. Otherwise, may be
you can not finish the mounting and cabling. If the hiT 7060 are full mounted the E1 cables,
the maximum only one set of SURPASS hiT 7060 chassis can be mounted in a rack, also
the recommended position of the lowest screw is the 65th installation hole on the ESSI
Racks.

4.1.1.2 Connecting the chassis to the grounding cable

The earth grounding cable should be the same gauge as the power feed cable (minimum
requirement). Connect the grounding cable to the grounding point on right side of the
chassis, as shown in Fig. 4.3.

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Fig. 4.3 Grounding Point

4.1.1.3 Chassis Position

Before mounting the chassis, place the cage nuts in the designed position on the channel
!
mounting vertical frame (see Fig. 4.4)

Cage Nuts
Position For
The Chassis

Fig. 4.4 Position of Cage Nuts

4.1.1.4 Remove the Cable Routing Cover On Top Of Chassis

Once the chassis is full mounted, you have to remove the cable cover which on top of
chassis. (See Fig. 4.5) It is recommended that you remove this cover for further cable
routing.

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Remove this Cable Routing Cover, please use driver to


loosen these two screws firstly.
,

Fig. 4.5 Cable Routing Cover

4.1.2 Mounting the Chassis

4.1.2.1 Preparation
Required Tools
- Anti-static strap
- #1 Phillips Screwdrivers (5 inch)
- Straight Blade screwdriver 4mm
- 10 mm nut driver or deep socket wrench
For ease of installation and to ensure save lifting and handling of equipment, it is
i recommended that two people work together on the mounting installation.

4.1.2.2 Connect the Chassis to Ground


Before installing modules or connecting power to the system, connect the system to a
! dedicated Frame Ground (protective earth) and ensure that the grounding cable is
connected to an external earth or building ground. Failure to connect the chassis to a
dedicated Frame Ground (protective earth) before connecting power could damage the
equipment.

4.1.2.3 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Prevention


Follow these guidelines to prevent electrostatic discharge:
• Before installing the chassis into the equipment rack, make sure the equipment rack is
properly grounded.

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• When handling any of the hardware components, be sure to wear the antistatic wrist
strap (provided in the accessory kit).
• Insert the antistatic strap cable pin into the ESD grounding jack on the chassis.
Note: Static electricity can damage the equipment. Wear a properly grounded antistatic strap
! when handling any of the hardware components.

Fig. 4.6 ESD Grounding Jack

4.1.2.4 Install Module Cards


The SURPASS hiT 7060 chassis consists of 22 slot locations that can be configured with
different modules. There are 10 slots on the top layer, 10 slots on the bottom layer, and 2
slots in the middle. The slot designations are shown in Fig. 4.7

System Management Interface Panel

P P
E E E L L E E E
W W
C C C C C C C C
R R
1 2 3 1 2 4 5 6
1 2
C C
C C
1 2
L L L L L L L L L
S
C C C C C C C C C
C
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Fiber Tray
Fan

Fig. 4.7 Arrangement of Chassis Slots and Slot Designations

Note: The EC1 to EC6 slots has not backplane traffic access. These 6 EC slots can be used
i to hold E3/DS3 or STM-1e protection interface modules or together with the corresponding

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lower layer slot to host long modules such as 63 × E1 module. The following two figures
provides the view of SURPASS hiT 7060 with all short modules (see Fig. 4.8), and
SURPASS hiT 7060 with long modules (see Fig. 4.9) configurations.

System Management Interface Panel

P P
L L
W W
C C
R R
1 2
1 2
C C
C C
1 2
L L L L L L L L L
S
C C C C C C C C C
C
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Fan Tray

Air Filter

Fig. 4.8 Chassis filled with all short cards

System Management Interface Panel

P P
L L
W W
C C
R R
1 2
1 2
L L L C C L L L
C C C C C C C C
4 5 6 1 2 9 10 11
L L L
S
C C C
C
3 7 8

Fan Tray

Air Filter

Fig. 4.9 Chassis filled with all long cards

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Once if you want to install the long cards in the chassis, please follow the procedure below:
• Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack
• Select the slot which you want to install the long cards, (LC4, LC5, LC6, LC9, LC10, or
LC11), and remove the rails in the middle of the chassis. (see Fig. 4.10)
• Insert the long cards to the slot you just selected.
• Keep the latch close and then tighten the screws on the cards.

Fig. 4.10 The Rail Position in the Chassis

All SURPASS hiT 7060 modules are listed below. In addition, the table indicates the
allowable slots for each module and the Max. number of the module in one subrack.

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Slots S CC1 LC1 LC LC LC5 LC7 LC9 LC EC EC EC EC4 PWR1 F Max. number
C to to 3 4 to to to 11 1 2 3 to to A of modules
Modules CC2 LC2 LC6 LC8 LC10 EC6 PWR2 N
SC √ 1
PWR √ 2
FAN √1
CC √ 2
1xSTM-16 √ √ √ √ √ √ 9
4xSTM- 4 √ √ √ √ √ √ 9
2xSTM-1 √ √ √ √ √ 8
4xSTM-1E (W/P) √ √ √ √ 3 (no Protection)
6 (1+1 Protection)
4xSTM-1EW (W/P) √ √ √ √ 3 (no Protection)
6 (1+1 Protection)
4xSTM-1E EC √ √ √ 3
3xE3/DS3 (W/P) √ √ √ √ 3 (no Protection)
6 (1+1 Protection)
3xE3/DS3 EC √ √ √ 3
63xE1 (W/P) √ √ 3
63xE1 EC (DB100) √ 3 (no Protection)
2 (1:2 Protection)
63xE1 /RT (W/P) √ √ 3
63xE1 EC (2mm) √ 3 (no Protection)
2 (1:2 Protection)
2xGE+8FE/A √ √ √ √ √ √ 9
2xGE+8FE/AE √ √ √ √ √ √ 9
2xGE+8FE/RPR √ √ √ √ √ √ 9
2xGE+8FE/RPRE √ √ √ √ √ √ 9
2xGE T √ √ √ √ √ √ 9
8xFE T √ √ √ √ √ 8
6xFE /L2 √ √ √ √ √ 8
OA √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 11
Tab. 4.1 SURPASS hiT 7060 Module List

i Except for the RS-232 interface, which is located on the SC module, all other management
interfaces are located on the top of the chassis.

Optical and electrical interfaces are both accessed from the front of the sub-rack. Card
faceplates are provided for each card and contain information on card type, LED description,
LED application, and a label with the unique serial number for that card. Dummy cards are
available for empty slots.

Once you have to tighten or adjust the screws in the module cards or the accessories, it is
i recommended that use the torque wrench gently snug to install the following modules.
(1)63× E1 EC (DB100) Card;

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Screw-Lock 63XE1 Faceplate


Torque Wrench

Fig. 4.11 Position of screws on 63× E1 EC (DB100) Card

Remark: Screw-Lock should be 0.5-0.7N.M

Torque Wrench

M3, Screws

63XE1 Faceplate
M3 SCREW SHOULD BE TORQUED 0.45 TO 0.68 N.M

Fig. 4.12 Position of screws on 63× E1 EC (DB100) Card (continued)

Remark: M3 Screws should be 0.45-0.68N.M


(2) E1 extension panel

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E1 Extension Panel

Screw-Lock

Torque Wrench

Fig. 4.13 E1 Extension Panel

Remark: Screw-Lock should be 0.5-0.7N.M

4.1.2.5 Install SFP Optical Modules

SFP laser plug-in modules may be installed in the card either before or after the card is
inserted in the chassis, however, inserting SFP modules after the card has been placed in
the chassis is recommended.
SFP lasers must be gently plugged into the SFP slots on the faceplate of the card; they seat
with a slight click.

Fig. 4.14 SFP Optical Module

When insert or pull out a SFP, the waiting time between the operations should be larger than
i 1 second. The system is designed using a POLLING mechanism to detect the SFP insertion
or pull-out. If a SFP insertion is followed immediately by the SFP pull-out or vice versa, the
system may not be able to detect the operation.

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4.1.2.6 Install the Station Alarm Card


SURPASS hiT7060 provide the Station Alarm Output function, only if your station has
equipped the Alarm Card which should be installed on top of racks, you may follow the
procedure below to finish the installation.

• Operator puts on the antistatic strap and connects one end to the ESD grounding jack
Unpacking the Alarm Card and accessories of installation material, there should be no lack
of goods. (see

• Fig. 4.15)
• Assemble the Alarm Card on top of rack.
• Connect the corresponding cables correctly. (see Fig. 4.16)

Alarm Card On Top Of Racks Alarm Output Cable Connect


To Station Audio Alarm

Alarm Cable Connect Alarm Power Cable Alarm Lights With Output Cable
To NE ALM Port

Fig. 4.15 Station Alarm Card with Accessories

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Connect To NE’S Alarm Output


Total provide 4 Inputs Of Alarm Signal

-48V Power Input Of This Card

Connect To Station Audio Alarm

Connect To Red Light

Connect To Yellow Light

Connect To Station Audio Alarm

Connect To Green Light

Fig. 4.16 Alarm Card Cable Connection Indication

The pin assignments of the Station Alarm Cables please refer to chapter 10 to get detail
information.

4.1.2.7 Replace or Adjust Fan Tray


To replace or adjust the fan tray located at the bottom of the chassis, follow this process:

Removing the fan tray (See Fig. 4.17)


Open the paddle latch by grasping with thumb and finger. Open the paddle until the
faceplate of fan tray assembly has pulled away from the chassis’s frame, and then smoothly
remove the fan tray.

Fig. 4.17 Pulling - Out the Fan Tray

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Plug in the fan tray smoothly (See Fig. 4.18)


Open the paddle latch and keep the latch open, then smoothly push the faceplate of the fan
tray assembly until it mates with the chassis’s frame. If improperly mated the fan tray will
extend out the front of the chassis about 1 or 2 mm.

Fig. 4.18 Plugging-In the Fan Tray

4.2 Connecting Cables

The first time cabling is done on a chassis; the screw under the top panel should be
loosened to facilitate the operation. (See Fig. 4.19 )

The screw should


be loosened.

Fig. 4.19 Screw Under the Top Panel

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4.2.1 Cable Lists

The figure below (Fig. 4.20) identifies the location of the eight required cables. The
description of each cable is provided in Tab. 4.2.

6
2 7

11 8
4

10

3 5

1
9

Fig. 4.20 Cable Locations

SURPASS hiT 7060 NE Side


Number Cable Name
Connector & Cable Type
1 Fiber LC, Fiber
2 Timing cable CC4-1.0, Coaxial cable
3 Ethernet cable RJ45, CAT5
4 E1 Cable 2mm, Coaxial cable
5 Console Cable RS232, Coaxial cable
6 Management Cable RJ45, CAT5
7 Station Alarm/MDI/MDO/EOW RJ45, CAT5
Cable
8 Power cable 3-Pin D type
9 Grounding Cable 10MM2,Both end with ring terminal
10 STM-1E Cable CC4-1.0, Coaxial cable
11 E3/DS3 Cable CC4-1.0, Coaxial cable
Tab. 4.2 List of SURPASS hiT 7060 Required Cables

4.2.2 Connecting Power Cables


The SURPASS hiT 7060 chassis includes two redundant –48V DC power modules (see Fig.
4.21). The SURPASS hiT 7060 chassis can operate on one -48V DC power module, but
redundant modules are recommended.

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When equipped with two DC power input modules the load is shared between them. The
i power module with the higher voltage will substantially carry the entire system load. Although
the SURPASS hiT 7060 chassis can run indefinitely from one feed, it is recommended that
two separate -48V DC power feeds be used at all times.

Each power source must be externally (over-current) fused or circuit breaker protected. The
! chassis power connections are located on the both sides of the chassis.

Fault LED
Power LED

Power switch

-48V
Power Supply
Socket

Fig. 4.21 DC Power Module

Routing the DC Power Cables has two different situations, if the chassis is installed in the
19” [IEC 60297]e rack it is recommend that two DC Power Cables should be routed up side
the chassis separately (see Fig. 4.22), otherwise, if the chassis is installed in the ETSI [ETS
300 119-3]e rack it is recommend that the two DC Power Cables firstly should be routed the
up side of chassis and then tie the two DC Power Cables at the left side of chassis, thus
they can be routed to the Power Source (fuse panel) conveniently. (see
Fig. 4.23)

Fig. 4.22 SURPASS hiT 7060 DC Power Connection and Routing (19’ Racks)

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Fig. 4.23 SURPASS hiT 7060 DC Power Connection and Routing (ETSI Rack)

4.2.2.1 Power and Thermal Considerations


For site planning and preparation, consider power requirements separately from
! thermal/cooling requirements. Power requirements vary with system configuration. Each
station circuit or power feed source should be sized to allow for future configuration changes
and for operation at lower input voltages from batteries during an AC power outage. Actual
power usage should be estimated from the operating power for all the system elements to be
installed. These estimates can then be used to plan the cooling system load and the cost of
power used.

4.2.2.2 Station Circuit Breaker Sizing


Station circuit size and current rating should be based on the maximum expected power
! usage, up to the design capacity of the chassis. This ensures that future configurations can
be supported without changing the circuit breakers or wiring.

To compensate for voltage drop in the chassis wiring, lower battery feed voltages, and future
configuration changes; consider using a higher rated station circuit breaker. For the power
specifications required for safe and proper operation on the chassis,

4.2.2.3 Station Circuit Wire Size


The appropriate wire gauge requirement for the SURPASS hiT 7060 power station circuit
! depends on several factors:
• Distance from the power source
• Applicable wiring codes, including local electrical safety and fire prevention codes.
• Other standards applicable to the installation such as local practices.
• Voltage range at the power source or station panel
• Station circuit breaker rating

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4.2.2.4 Anticipating Current Usage of the Chassis or the Maximum Chassis


Current Rating
When estimating wire resistance, include the round-trip distance between the power source
! panel and the chassis. Also consider wire temperature-rise guidelines for the installation as
part of the selection for the correct wire size. The wiring design must meet all applicable
local and national wiring codes.

4.2.2.5 Connecting the DC Power Supply Cable


The SURPASS hiT7060 uses 3-Pin D power connectors. The power supply cable connection
procedure:
• Operator puts on the antistatic strap and connects one end to the ESD grounding jack
• Ensure the chassis is connected to an earth frame ground, if needed follow the
instructions in Connecting the Chassis to Ground section
• Verify that the power source is either -48V DC or -60V DC (nominal).
• Disable the power source that will power the chassis. Typically, this means switching the
appropriate circuit breaker on the battery distribution fuse block (BDFB) or power
distribution panel to the Off position.
• Connect the unconnected ends of the power cable to the two –48V power sources. (see
Fig. 4.24)
• Connect the 3-Pin D power connector to the power input connector.
• Turn on the power source used to power the chassis.

- 48V Input-1 - 48V Input-2

+ 0V Return-1
-48V Output -1 -48V Output -2
+ 0V Return-2
Distribute To 4 NE Distribute To 4 NE
Ground

Fig. 4.24 -48V DC Power Source Panel

4.2.3 Connecting Client Signal Cables


The SURPASS hiT 7060 client signal cables include fiber jumpers, Ethernet cables,E1
cables and E3/DS3 cables, STM-1E cables.

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4.2.3.1 Connecting Fiber Jumpers


All optical connectors in the SURPASS hiT 7060 use LC connector. Prior to connecting
optical fibers, check and clean the fiber connectors

It is suggested that all optical jumpers route by going straight down the SURPASS hiT
i 7060 chassis face. All fibers should be inserted and collected in the Fiber Tray. (See
Fig. 4.23)

Fig. 4.25 Fiber Jumpers Shown Routed Vertically into the Fiber Tray

i Please do use Fiber Protection Wiring to surround whole fiber routed in the rack. (see Fig.
4.26)

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Fiber Protection Wiring

Fig. 4.26 Fiber Protection Wiring

4.2.3.2 Connecting Ethernet Cables


Ethernet cables are made of CAT5 or CAT5 (e) raw cable. If the transmission distance is
less than 10 meters, any Ethernet cable can be used. If the transmission distance is over 10
meters, use the pin arrangement recommended in Chapter Error! Reference source not
found.
Ethernet cables should route toward the top of the chassis (see Fig. 4.27, Fig. 4.28).

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Fig. 4.27 Ethernet Cabling, View 1

Fig. 4.28 Ethernet Cabling, View 2

Ethernet Cable Connection Procedure:


• Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack
• Insert the Ethernet Cables to each FE port
• Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the client signal connection patch panel.

4.2.3.3 Connecting E1 Cables


There are two types of E1 interface card, which support different interface connector. One is
DB100 connector, the other one is 5×6mm Square interface.
For the 63xE1 EC card with DB100 connector, Siemens offers CC4 –1.0 connector-based
E1 connection panel (see Fig. 4.29) to provide individual E1 (75Ohm) interfaces, and RJ48
connector-based E1 connection panel (see Fig. 4.30) to provide individual E1 (120Ohm)
interfaces. For the 63xE1 EC card with 5x6mm square interface, only an external cable is
needed to inter-connect the EC card and user equipment.

In order to connect the 63xE1 EC with DB100 connector, there are two E1 cables needed:
(1) The internal E1 cable with SCCI interfaces on both ends connects the 63×E1 EC
(DB100) Card with the E1 extension panel.
(2) The external E1 cable which connects the E1 extension panel and the customer
equipment.

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Fig. 4.29 E1 Extension Panel (75 Ohm)

Fig. 4.30 E1 Extension Panel (120 Ohm)

The E1 extension panel inter-connection procedure (see Fig. 4.33):


• Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack
• Connect the internal E1 cable to the DB100 connector on the 63 ×E1 EC (DB100)
modules.
• Connect the other end of the internal E1 cable to the DB100 connector on the rear side
of the E1 Panel. (Ensure the Ferrite Rings is put in the correct position on the 120 Ohm
E1 cable while routing the E1 cable. Refer to note below.)
• Connect the external E1 cable to the CC4-1.0 connector on the front side of E1 Panel.
• Connect the other end of the external E1 cable to the customer equipment.

i Note: When routing the E1 Cable (120 Ohm), please make sure the E1 Cable is
surrounded with Ferrite Rings. The maximum distance allowed between Ferrite ring
and DB100 connector is 30 centimeters. (see Fig. 4.31 and

Fig. 4.32)

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The distance between the Ferrite ring and DB100 connector should not exceed
30 centimeters.

Fig. 4.31 Position of the Ferrite Rings

Add Ferrite Ring

Fig. 4.32 E1 Cable (120 Ohm) surrounded with Ferrite Ring

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Fig. 4.33 Internal E1 Cable (2 SCCI interfaces) Mounting

Fig. 4.34 External E1 Cable Mounting and Routing (600 × 300 mm Rack)

Note: The worst case of the hiT 7060 is that, the chassis is full equiped with 63× E1 EC
i DB100 cards,they provide 189 × E1 ports, and need 9 pieces of E1 extension panel. Once
you come across this case, please obey the following procedure to finish the E1 Cable
mounting and cabling,
• Install the chassis at the bottom of the rack, make sure that the chassis is connected to
the ground.
• Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack
• Insert the 63 × E1 Cards to slots

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• Install the first E1 extension panel on the top of chassis, and connect the internal E1
Cable between the 63 ×E1 Card and E1 extension panel.
• Connect the external E1 cable to the CC4-1.0 connector on the front side of E1 Panel
and connect the other end to the customer equipment.
• Install the second E1 extension panel and repeat the two steps above until the ninth E1
extension panel is installed and the external E1 Cables are full routed to the customer
equipment.

In order to connect the 63xE1 EC with 5x6mm square connector, there is only one E1 cables
needed:
(1) The user E1 cable with 5×6mm Square interface connect the 63×E1 EC (2mm) card,
the other end is open.

The connection procedure for the EC card with 5x6mm square connector
• Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack
• Connect the internal E1 cable to the 5×6 2mm connector on the E1 module.
• Connect the other end of the external E1 cable to the customer equipment.

Fig. 4.35 Internal E1 Cable (5x6 2mm Square Interface) Mounting

Notes: There is a triangle label on both EC (2mm) card and connector of the E1 cable.
i Please refer to connect the cable. For the 120 OHM cable with 5x6mm square connector,
there is no necessary to use the ferrite Ring.

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Fig connection position of 5x6mm square connector

4.2.3.4 Connecting E3/DS3 Cables


The E3/DS3 connector on the SURPASS hiT7060 3×E3/DS3 module use CC4-1.0
connectors. Fig. 4.36 illustrates the cabling.
E3/DS3 cable connection procedure:
• Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack
• Connect the E3/DS3 cable CC4-1.0 connector end to the CC4-1.0 connector on the 3
E3/DS card.
• Connect the other end of the E3/DS3 cable to the customer equipment

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E3/DS3 Cable Routing


Fig. 4.36 E3/DS3 cabling

4.2.3.5 Connecting STM-1E Cables


The STM-1E connector on the SURPASS hiT7060 4×STM-1E/4×STM-1EW module also use
CC4-1.0 connectors. Fig. 4.37 illustrates the cabling.

STM-1E Cable Routing


Fig. 4.37 STM-1E cabling

The STM-1E cable connection procedure is the same as the E3/DS3 cable.

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4.2.4 Connecting Administrative Cables

The SURPASS hiT 7060 system management interface panel is located on the front of the
chassis. This system management interface panel is shown in Fig. 4.38.

Alarm Interface to the alarm panel on the top panel (RJ45 connector)

Fig. 4.38 System Management Interface Panel

From the left to the right are:


• the Station Clock Interface (CLK1, CLK2, 4 CC4 connectors, labeled as IN/OUT)
• the Network Management Interface (RJ45)
• MDI Interface (RJ45 connector)
• MDO Interface (RJ45 connector)
• Alarm Interface to the station alarm output (RJ45 connector)
• EOW Interface (Channel 1~2, RJ45 connector)
• EOW Interface (Channel 3~4, RJ45 connector)

Administrative Cables consist of:


(1) Management Cable
(2) MDI Cable
(3) MDO Cable
(4) Station Alarm Cable
(5) EOW Cable

All cables are CAT5 or CAT5 (e) cable.

Fig. 4.39 Administrative cables layout

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Administrative cables connection procedure:


• Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack
• Connect the Administrative cables to the corresponding connectors
• Connect the other end of cable to the corresponding external equipment

4.2.5 Connecting Timing Cables

The SURPASS hiT 7060 provides two external timing input ports and two external timing
output ports. The external timing station is connected to the SURPASS hiT 7060 timing ports
through timing cables.

The equipment side of the timing cable uses a CC4-1.0 connector and the connector at the
office side is customized to match the external timing source connector in the office.

Fig. 4.40 Timing cable connection

Timing input cable connection procedure:


• Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack
• Connect the timing cable to the external timing source output
• Connect the timing cable (CC4-1.0 connector) to the SURPASS hiT 7060 timing input
port

Timing output cable connection procedure:


• Put on the antistatic strap and connect one end to the ESD grounding jack
• Connect the timing cable to the external timing source input
• Connect the timing cable (CC4-1.0 connector) to the SURPASS hiT 7060 timing output
port

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4.2.6 Connecting Ethernet Splitter cables

i NOTICE:
Please install the Ethernet Splitter Panel assembly according following procedure strictly.

Firstly, install the Ethernet splitter into the Ethernet Splitter Panel, 16 splitters for each panel.
The details about Ethernet splitter please refer to Fig. 10.12.

Fig. 4.41 Ethernet Splitter Install (Up-side View)

Fig. 4.42 Ethernet Splitter (Side View)

Secondly, connect the RJ45 interfaces from Ethernet interface card to the Ethernet Splitter
Panel (EQP Ports) with the Ethernet cables (See Fig. 4.43). The RJ45 interfaces are located
on the back of the Ethernet Splitter Panel, one port for each Ethernet Splitter.

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Fig. 4.43 Ethernet Splitter Panel (Back View)

Finally, connect the RJ45 interfaces from the client signal connection to the front of the
Ethernet splitter panel (A,B Ports) with the Ethernet cables (See Fig. 4.44). There are two
RJ45 interfaces per Ethernet splitter in the front of the Ethernet Splitter Panel.

Fig. 4.44 Ethernet Splitter Panel (Front View)

The completed Ethernet splitter cables layout is as below (Front and back view) (See Fig.
4.46 and Fig. 4.46)

Fig. 4.45 Ethernet splitter cables layout (Front View)

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Fig. 4.46 Ethernet splitter cables layout (Back View)

The Ethernet Cabling is as Fig. 4.47. Pictures show how to connect the Ethernet cables from
the NE to the client signal connection patch panel.

Ethernet Cable from


Splitter to CPE

Ethernet Cable from


Ethernet Card to Splitter

Left Side of Rack


(Inner View)

Subrack

Back Left View Front Right View

Fig. 4.47 Ethernet Cabling in Rack

Ethernet Splitter Cable Connection Procedure:


• Wear an antistatic strap which is connected with the ESD grounding jack
• Connect the Ethernet Cables from FE card ports to Ethernet Splitter Panel EQ ports
• Connect the Ethernet Cables from Ethernet Splitter Panel A, B ports to CPE

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4.2.7 Completed Cable Layout

The complete cable layout is shown in Fig. 4.48 below.

Fig. 4.48 Completed Cable Layout

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5 Connecting and Configuring an Operation


Terminal
The components of the SURPASS hiT 7060 Element Manager Software should be installed
on the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT.

5.1 PC Requirements for Use as an Operating Terminal


The recommendatory requirements of a desktop PC for use as an LCT list as followed:
–Dell Mobile notebook or similar(min. Pentium III)
–Operation System: Windows 2003 or Windows XP
–2 .4GHz Pentium-4 Processor/ AMD 2500+
–512M RAM
–1 × 40GB 10000-rpm Hard Disk
–TP Ethernet 10/100BASE-T Networking Port
–Graphic Card @ 1024 × 768 resolution, 76-Hz refresh
–19-in. Color Monitor

5.2 Connecting the Operating Terminal to the SURPASS hiT 7060


It is recommended to begin the commissioning of the SURPASS hiT 7060 by connecting the
operating terminal the Ethernet interface to the SURPASS hiT 7060 the MGMT Port.

5.3 Element Manager Software


The installation of the Element Manager software (on the operating terminal) is an integral
part of the SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT User Manual.

For details on how to install, start and configure the necessary software components, see the
SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT User Manual.

Starting and configuring of the installed SURPASS hiT 7060 software are described in
SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT User Manual and in the online help system of the SURPASS hiT
7060.

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6 Starting up the SURPASS hiT 7060


Before you supply power to the SURPASS hiT 7060, verify that the following tasks are
i complete:
• The antistatic procedures are in place.
• The chassis is securely installed in the equipment rack.
• The station circuit breaker is off.
• You have reviewed the power specifications and warnings outlined in Chapter 2.
• The power supply source is correct.
• Use multimeter to measure the power source voltage, the DC voltage should be within -
40.0 V~ - 72.0 V range.
• Running system without CC is abnormal operation, which should be prohibited.
Please make sure that the CC module has been mounted properly before power on the
system
• IF you have pullout the CC card (working and protection both) under the normal status
while the system is running. After re-install CC cards, a cold reboot is mandatory to
restore the system.

6.1 Initial Startup of a New System


When the first time the SURPASS hiT 7060 unit is powered-up, you need to use the Hyper
Terminal and console interface to provision the unit. This section describes the basic
operation procedures you will use to provision the SURPASS hiT 7060 units.

Before you begin:


i • Make sure the hardware has been installed.
• Make sure the SURPASS hiT 7060 NE is connected to the DC voltage with the power-
off.
• Make sure the SURPASS hiT 7060 NE is connected to a local computer using the
Console port (RS-232).

6.1.1 NE Configuration Using HyperTerminal


To begin the initial startup of your system, you need to create a HyperTerminal connection to
the console port.

1. Name the unit: SURPASS hiT 7060


In the HyperTerminal window shown below, enter the name of the unit <hiT 7060>, and click
on <OK>.

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Fig. 6.1 HyperTerminal Window

2. Connection To: COM X


Select <COM X> in the Connect Using window and click on <OK>, <COM X> means the
real COM Port which you use.

Fig. 6.2 HyperTerminal connection selection window

The <COM6 Properties> dialog is displayed.

3. Port configuration:

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Fig. 6.3 HyperTerminal Properties

Configure the <Port setting> as follows:


• Bits per second: 9600
• Data bits: 8
• Parity: None
• Stop bits: 1
• Flow Control: None
• Click <OK>

4. The root menu of CLI


Turn on the power to the SURPASS hiT 7060.

i Note: It takes about 30 seconds for SURPASS hiT 7060 to complete the boot process.
The root menu of CLI appears.

Fig. 6.4 Root Menu window

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At the <Username>: prompt, Enter ”root” as your user name.


At the <Password>: prompt, Press Enter.

5. The main menu appears

Fig. 6.5 Main Menu Directory

6. IP Address Setting

Press <I> from main menu to configure the node IP address, the management port IP
address, the management port subnet mask and the default gateway for management port.
The users can select 1 to 4 to configure the special IP address as their needs. IP address
configuration menu as follows,

Fig. 6.6 IP Address Configuration

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Every NE should be configured with a node IP. The node IP should be unique within a
i network. Siemens recommends that all nodes within the same ring share the same sub-
network. It is easy for administrative, and also easy for further expansion.

If the NE is directly connected to the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT , this NE needs to
set the <Management Port Address> as well. Press <2> to set the <Management Port
Address> of the NE and press <3> to set the <Management Port Address> address.
If the DCN (Data Communication Network) uses DCC (Data Communications Channel) for
the system management, the NEs in the network must be assigned the Ethernet addresses
and network masks that NO TWO NE Management Port IP Addresses are in the same
sub-network. The LCT must be assigned an IP address that is in the same sub-network
(network segment) of the NE’s(as a gateway) Management Port IP address, and set
destination address of added routes to cover all NE’s IP address, set gateway IP address
equal to gateway NE’s Management Port IP Address.

7. Telnet Loging Control


Press <L> from main menu to enable or disable property of login CLI through telnet.

Fig. 6.7 Telnet Login Window

8. DCC Slot Information

Press ‘D’ from main menu to confirm and configure the information of DCC.

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Fig. 6.8 DCC Slot Information

6.2 Using TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT

After the SURPASS hiT 7060 node is initialized; you need to use the TNMS-M SURPASS
hiT 7060 LCT for system configuration, provisioning, and management.

Please refer to Chapter 7 for the SURPASS hiT 7060 system configuration.

Please refer to the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT User Manual for the details of how to
use the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT software.

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7 Configuring the SURPASS hiT 7060


All hardware units are supplied to the customer in a fully configured state (i.e. with
assembled customized hardware and installed software). Nevertheless, this chapter deals
with the main software configuration for the SURPASS hiT 7060 as a basis for any
subsequent customizations or extensions.

Help
Details on the menu and window structures of the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT can be
found in the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT User Manual and the online help system of
the SURPASS hiT 7060 !

In case of handling any hardware, you must observe the protective measures given in
! Chapter 2.

As a precondition for the software configuration procedures described below, the SURPASS
hiT 7060 and the operating terminal must have been set up according to the preceding
!
chapters, so that the communication between them is working properly.

Each network element (such as SURPASS hiT 7060) must be configured and operated
separately, since each one has its own communications interfaces and its own network
! address. For configuration purposes, the network elements must be connected in turn (one
after the other) to the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT.

7.1 TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT Installation


Please refer to the “TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT User Manual“.

While finish the SURPASS hiT 7060 Release 3.4 LCT installation, please uninstall the
! SURPASS hiT 7060 Release3.2 LCT.

7.2 NE Configuration and Management

7.2.1 Start TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT from Microsoft Windows

After the TNMS-M SRPASS hiT 7060 LCT software is installed, there are two ways that you
can start the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT.

Option 1: Click the <TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT shortcut> on the desktop;
Option 2: From the <Start>→ <Programs>→TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 R3.4 LCT.

This will show a connection window. (See Fig. 7.1) Please input the node IP address and
click “OK” button.

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Fig. 7.1 Connection window

The login window will pop-up. (See Fig. 7.2)

Fig. 7.2 Login window

After a while, the main window will open. (See Fig. 7.3)

Title Bar

Main Menu Bar

NE Menu Bar

Work Area

Fig. 7.3 TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT Main Window

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7.2.2 Chassis View


When the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT is connected to an NE, the NE Chassis View
will be shown, which shows the real-time status of the NE. (See Fig. 7.4)

Fig. 7.4 Chassis View

For example, when the card in LC3 in Fig. 7.4 was pulled out, the red <Absent> warning will
be marked on the card as shown in Fig. 7.4.

In this view, a total representation of the current node status will be shown, including a
graphical view of all the slots, the card functions, the card types, the status of individual
ports, the power status, and other NE functions. The user can modify node properties in the
configuration windows. The configuration windows can be opened from the NE menu bar or
the right-click menu of the chassis view.

Right-click the chassis view and select <Refresh Chassis> in the pop-up menu (See Fig. 7.5)
to refresh the chassis view.

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Fig. 7.5 Refresh Chassis

7.2.3 Synchronize NE
In order to synchronize the LCT database with the NE’s database, the user must
synchronize the NE using the following steps listed below.
Right-click the chassis view and select <Synchronize NE> (See Fig. 7.5). The <NE
Synchronization> window will be shown (See Fig. 7.6)

Fig. 7.6 Synchronize NE

Select the content to synchronize, and click <OK> to start the synchronization process. If the
synchronization process succeeds, a message box will be shown.
Click <Cancel> to quit the current window.
Click <Help> to launch the online help.

7.2.4 Node Property Configuration


To open the <NE Properties> window, two methods can be used:
• In the chassis view, right-click and select <NE Property Configuration>.
• From the NE menu, select <Configuration>→<NE>→<main shelf Property
Configuration>.

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An <NE Properties> window will be shown. (See Fig. 7.7)

Fig. 7.7 NE Properties

Each item in the window is described in the following table. (See Tab. 7.1)

Item Description
NE Label This is used to distinguish different nodes
Serial Number The serial number of this node configured by the manufacturer
Location The physical position of this node in real-life
The current system mode of this node (which one cannot be
System Mode
modified from this window).
The user uses this to field to input his/her own detailed description
Description
of this node
Version The hardware version of this node.
Contact The contact or owner of this node
IP Address The IP address of this node
Subnet Mask The subnet mask of node IP address
Gateway The gateway IP of this node
Date/Time The current time on this node
The simple information of all the cards on this node. The user can
Card List access the card configuration window by double-clicking the
corresponding line in the table.
Tab. 7.1 NE Properties

The user can change properties of an NE, but modifications are completed only after the
i
<Apply> button has been clicked.

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Click <Refresh> to refresh the information of the window.


Click <OK> to confirm all the modifications and to close the window.

If some of the properties are changed, click the <Refresh> button to check the latest status
of this node.

Click <Print> to print the information of this node.


Click <Help> to launch the online help.

7.2.5 Shutdown NE
To shut down NE, please select <Configuration>Æ<NE>Æ<Shutdown Main Shelf> from the
NE menu. (See Fig. 7.8)

Fig. 7.8 Shutdown NE

Click <Yes> to confirm shutting down this NE. (See Fig. 7.9) The NE that has been shut
down will be offline.

Fig. 7.9 Shutdown Information

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7.2.6 FTP Settings


The FTP Settings can get the latest software and data support from the FTP server. To
perform NE software management, MIB management, the user needs to configure first the
TNMS-M FTP setting as well as the FTP server.

Use the following steps to apply FTP Settings:


From the NE menu, select <Configuration>→<NE FTP Configuration>. The <FTP settings>
window will be shown with the current FTP settings. (See Fig. 7.10)

Fig. 7.10 FTP Settings

To modify the current configuration in the <FTP Server Settings> section:


Input the FTP server’s IP address in the <FTP Server IP Address> field.
Input the FTP username in the <UserName> field.
Input the FTP user password in the <Password> field.

i Note: The LCT program includes FTP server application already. For this FTP server, both
username and password are <pm> by default.

All the latest software and data of FTP server are stored in the <%Install_Drive%\ftproot\pm>
folder (%Install_Drive% specifies the drive letter of the hard disk drive containing the LCT
program). For example, if the LCT program is installed in Drive C, the FTP root will be the
<C:\ftproot\pm> folder. (See Fig. 7.11)

Fig. 7.11 FTP Root

Click <Refresh> to update the current configuration.


Click <Apply> to confirm the modification.
Click <Close> to quit the window. All unsaved modifications will be lost.
Click <Help> to launch the online help.

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i Note: The configuration of the FTP server should be the same as the real FTP server
settings. Generally, the LCT server and the FTP server are on the same physical machine.
The case that LCT server and FTP server are on different machine is also supported.

7.2.7 NE Software Management


Two software images can be stored in the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT, an active
image and a backup image. Using the LCT, the user can download a SURPASS hiT 7060
NE software image to the NE as the backup version from the FTP server or the user may
switch software images between active and backup versions.

NE software management is done by the steps below:


From the NE menu, select <Configuration>→<NE Software Management>. The <NE
Software Management> window will be shown. (See Fig. 7.12)

Fig. 7.12 NE Software Management

Each field in the window is described as follows. (See Tab. 7.2)

Fields Description
Active Software Version The NE software version currently running
Backup Software Version The backup NE software version
State of Last Command The last command status
Tab. 7.2 NE Software Management Window Field Description

Click <FTP Setting> to open the <FTP setting> window. (See Fig. 7.13)

Fig. 7.13 FTP Setting

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Input the corresponding information in the <FTP Server IP Address>, <UserName>, and
<Password> fields.
Click <Refresh> to refresh the information.
Click <Apply> to confirm the modifications.
Click <Close> to quit the window. All unsaved modifications will be lost.
Click <Help> to launch the online help.

In the <NE Software Management> window, input the NE software file name on the FTP
server in the <Software file name> field, and click <Download from FtpServer> to download
the software image to the NE as the backup software version from the FTP server.

Click <Switch> to switch the software images between the active version and the backup
version. After Switch process finished the <Result window> will pop-up to prompt users to
cold reboot or warm reboot the NE. (See Fig. 7.14)

Fig. 7.14 NE Software Switch Result Windows

NOTE:
i 1) System cold reboot (system initialization) takes 3 minutes to complete. It is suggested
that no other operations (such as card insertion or pull-out, system power-on or power-
off) be performed during the system initialization.
2) System cold reboot will cause traffic hit. The traffic hit time is about 30 second, maximum
3 minutes.
3) System warm reboot process takes 2 minutes. It is suggested that no operations (such
as card insertion or pull out, system power on or power off) be performed during system
reboot.
4) Card reset will impact the traffic passing through this card. The traffic hit time is about 30
seconds (maximum 60 seconds).

Click <Close> to quit this dialog. All unsaved modifications will be lost.
Click <Refresh> to refresh the information.
Click <Help> to launch the online help.

You must make sure that the FTP server settings and the software image path are correctly
i
configured before the operation is launched.

7.2.8 MIB Management


The TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT MIB consists of the internal databases/files in the NE
that store all the NE configuration and runtime status information. There are two versions of
MIB files stored in the NE: one is the active version and another is a backup version, all the
MIB management functions can be performed by using the LCT.

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Following the steps below to perform MIB management:


From the NE menu, select <Configuration>Æ<NE MIB Management>.
The <MIB Management> window will appear. (Fig. 7.15)

Fig. 7.15 MIB Management <Upload> tab

Fig. 7.16 MIB Management <Download> tab

In the <MIB Management> window, to upload the MIB files from the NE to the FTP server,
select upload tab, and input the directory and file name in which the MIB files will be saved
on the FTP server, then click <Upload From NE>.
To download the MIB files from the FTP server to the NE, select download tab, and input the
directory and file name which the MIB files exist, then click <Download To NE>. (See Fig.
7.16)
To activate the backup MIB version, click <Switch NE MIB> in the <Download> tab. This
operation will activate the backup MIB version.

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To clear the MIB, click <Clear NE MIB> in the <Upload> tab. All the NE data will be restored
to the factory default. In case of data lost, please upload MIB before clearing the MIB. Click
<Clear MIB> to clear MIB information,and all values are set as default value.

1. The download process can be canceled at anytime.


i
2. The operator can only manually download the MIB database into the same type of NE.
3. When MIB switch is executed, the network management system reminds user to “Warm
reboot” or “Cold Reboot” the system based on the system operation manual. The user
should reboot the system immediately. Before system reboot (after the MIB is switched), any
NE operation will not be saved into MIB; therefore, any operation before system reboot is
invalid.

The <Status> field shows the state of the operation.

7.2.9 NE Timing Setting


Open the corresponding chassis view.
From the NE menu, select <Network>→<NE Time Setting>.
An NE Time Settings window will be shown. (See Fig. 7.17)

Fig. 7.17 NE Time Settings

In the drop-down menu of <Network Time Protocol>, the protocol can be set <Enabled> or
<Disabled>.

Under <NE list (Active)>, select the corresponding NE whose time will be modified.

In the drop-down menu of <Network Element Time>, the current time can be viewed
manually.

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Click <Refresh> to check the latest information on setting time.


Click <Apply> to confirm the modifications.
Click <Close> to quit the window, all the unsaved modifications will be lost.
Click <Help> to launch the online help.

7.2.10 NE Trap Destination Configuration

Select <Configuration> → <NE Trap Destination Configure>. An NE Destination


Configuration window will be shown. (See Fig. 7.18)

Fig. 7.18 NE Destination

The function of each button is described as follows:


Click <Apply> to set a selection in the window.
Click <Delete>, a confirm window will be shown. (See Fig. 7.19)
Click <Refresh> to update current NE Destination.
Click <Close> to quit the window without saving any modifications.
Click <Help> to launch the online help.

Fig. 7.19 Confirmation for Delete

7.2.11 Port Configuration and Management


To open the port configuration dialog, you have two ways to do so:
In the chassis view, choose the corresponding port. Right click, and select <SDH Port
Property Configuration>.

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Open the port configuration in card configuration dialog, and double click the line of the port
you want to view or configure in the <Port List>.

A Port Properties dialog will pop up. (See Fig. 7.20)

Fig. 7.20 Port Properties

In this window, there are two parts: <Port Configuration> and <Port Status>. Each parameter
in this window is described below. Generally, you can only change some parameters in the
<Port Configuration> part.

1. Port Configuration

Fields Descriptions
Port Type This identifies the type of port
Port Label A user can change this field to distinguish among ports
Port Mode There are three modes:
<Auto mode>: The system decides the optimum mode for this
port.
<Monitor mode>: When an alarm is generated from this card,
it will be automatically reported to the alarm management.
<Non-monitor mode>: No matter how many alarms are
generated from this card, none of them will be reported.
Port Admin Mode There are two Port Admin Modes:
<Enable> (connected), or <Disable> (unconnected)
Auto Laser Shutdown <Yes> means the laser transmitter will shutdown
automatically when the laser receiver detects loss of signal.
Port ALS Mode There are three ALS modes to be chosen: No Command,
Manual Restart, Manual Test
Tab. 7.3 Port Configuration

2. Port Status
This section displays the SDH port current status.

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Fields Descriptions
Operating Status The port status whether it is under operation or not.
Laser Bias
Value of the laser bias current
Current
Optical power received through this port. (If the power is small, for
Received Laser
example smaller than -40dBm, the sensor will not show its real number
Power
but will show "<-40" as the picture above indicates)
Optical power transmitted out through this port. (If the power is small, for
Transmitted
example smaller than -40dBm, the sensor won’t show its real number but
Laser Power
show "<-40" as the picture above indicates)
Laser
Temperature of the laser
Temperature
Tab. 7.4 Port Status

Click<Advanced> on the right part of this section to see more information about the port
status. The <Advanced Port Status Information> window will appear. (See Fig. 7.21)

Fig. 7.21 Advanced Port Status Information

There are two parts in the windows: < Base Information> and <Status Details>.
Click <Refresh> to get the latest information of the port status.
Click <Close> to close the window and return to the <SDH Port Prosperities> window.
Click <Print> to print the information on this card.

If any properties of the port have been changed, click <Apply> to confirm them. Only after
clicking this button have the modifications been completed.

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If no changes are planned as the card has been inspected, click <Refresh> to check the
latest status of the port.
Click <Print> to print the information of this port.
Click <Close> to quit the window. All the unsaved modifications will be lost.
Click <Help> to launch the online help.

7.2.12 Shutdown TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT

There are two ways that you can shut down the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT:
Option 1: Click the <X> at top right of the TNMS-M SURPASS hiT 7060 LCT window.
Option 2: Click <System>→<Exit>.

A confirm dialog window will show up. Please click <YES> to confirm the shutdown request.

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8 Initial Measurements and Tests


During commissioning of the SURPASS hiT 7060, measurements and function tests are
required in order to ensure that no damage has occurred during transport and assembly, and
that the equipment has been correctly installed.

When handling any hardware, you must observe the protective measures given in Chapter 2.
!
Electrical and optical parameters of the individual card and of the complete system are listed
in the Technical Manual of the SURPASS hiT 7060.

8.1 Measurements and Tests


Local measurements, line measurements, and Ethernet tests are part of the Field Test
Protocol.

Perform the required measurements and test; you must observe the test procedure which
described in Chapter 8.2.

8.2 Test Procedure

8.2.1 STM-16 Optical Interface

8.2.1.1 STM-16 TX Optical Power


Test Target:
To measure the TX optical power of STM-16 laser

Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.1)

NE Optical Power Meter

Fig. 8.1 Test Setup of STM-16 TX optical power

Connection Description:
Connect NE STM-16 TX with optical power meters

Test procedure:
1. Connect as shown in Fig. 8.1.
2. Set the corresponding λ on the optical meter.
3. Record the result

Test Result: (see Tab. 8.1)

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Application Code Wavelength (nm) Output power (dBm)


S-16.1 1261~1360 -5 ~ +0
L-16.1 1261~1360 -2 ~ +3
L-16.2 1480 ~ 1580 -2 ~ +3
V-16.2 1530 ~ 1560 -2 ~ +3
U-16.2 1530 ~ 1560 -2 ~ +3
Tab. 8.1 Optical output power Standard of STM-16

8.2.1.2 STM-16 RX Sensitivity


Test Target:
To measure the RX sensitivity of STM-16 laser

Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.2)

Tunable Optical
Test Analyzer NE
Attenuator

Fig. 8.2 Test Setup of STM-16 RX sensitivity

Connection Description:
1. Turn up 15 dBm the optical attenuator.
2. Connect STM-16 port to optical attenuator
3. Connect tester to arbitrary port of the system, such as STM-1 port

Test Procedure:
1. Create bi-direction circuit between STM-16 port and tributary port, such as STM-1port.
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2. Configure signal pattern as 2 -1PRBS on tester
3. Make sure that there is no alarm or bit error on this circuit
4. Turn up the optical attenuator, till there is bit error
5. Turn down 1 dBm the optical attenuator; observe for 5 minutes without bit error
6. Measure receiving optical power on STM-16 RX port and record as sensitivity

Test Result: (see Tab. 8.2)

Application Code Wavelength (nm) Minimum Sensitivity (dBm)

S-16.1 1261~1360 -18

L-16.1 1261~1360 -27

L-16.2 1480 ~ 1580 -28

V-16.2 1530 ~ 1560 -28

U-16.2 1530 ~ 1560 -28


Tab. 8.2 Optical input sensitivity standard of STM-16

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8.2.1.3 STM-16 Input Optical Power


Test Target:
To measure the STM-16 receiving optical power.

Test Setup: (see Tab. 8.3)

STM-16 STM-16
Tx
NE

ODF

Optical Power Meter

Fig. 8.3 Test Setup of STM-16 input optical power

Connection Description:
1. Find the fiber which is connected from ODF to STM-16 RX port
2. Re-connect the fiber to optical meter

Test Procedure:
1. Configure corresponding wave-length on the optical meter
2. Record the result from the meter

Test Result: (see Tab. 8.3)


Application Code Wavelength (nm) Input range (dBm)
S-16.1 1261~1360 0~-18
L-16.1 1261~1360 -9~-27
L-16.2 1480 ~ 1580 -9~-28
V-16.2 1530 ~ 1560 -9~-28
U-16.2 1530 ~ 1560 -9~-28
Tab. 8.3 Optical Input Power Range Standard of STM-16

8.2.2 STM-4 Optical Interface

8.2.2.1 STM-4 TX Optical Power


Test Target:
To measure the TX optical power of STM-4 laser

Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.4)

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NE Optical Power Meter

Fig. 8.4 Test Setup of STM-4 TX optical power

Connection Description:
Connect NE STM-4 TX with optical power meters

Test procedure:
1. Connect as shown in Fig. 8.4.
2. Set the corresponding λ on the optical meter.
3. Record the result

Test Result: (see Tab. 8.4)


Application Code Wavelength (nm) Output power (dBm)

S-4.1 1261~1360 -15 ~ -8


L-4.1 1261~1360 -3 ~ 2
L-4.2 1480 ~ 1580 -3 ~ 2
V-4.2 1480 ~ 1580 0~4
Tab. 8.4 Optical output power Standard of STM-4

8.2.2.2 STM-4 RX Sensitivity of STM-4 laser


Test Target:
To measure the RX sensitivity of STM-4 laser

Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.5)

Tunable Optical
Test Analyzer NE
Attenuator

Fig. 8.5 Test Setup of STM-4 RX sensitivity

Connection Description:
1. Turn up 15 dBm the optical attenuator.
2. Connect STM-4 ports to optical attenuator
3. Connect tester to arbitrary port of the system, such as STM-1 port

Test Procedure:

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1. Create bi-direction circuit between STM-4 port and tributary port, such as STM-1port.
2. Configure signal pattern as 223-1PRBS on tester
3. Make sure that there is no alarm or bit error on this circuit
4. Turn up the optical attenuator, till there is bit error
5. Turn down 1 dBm the optical attenuator; observe for 5 minutes without bit error
6. Measure receiving optical power on STM-4 RX port and record as sensitivity

Test Result:
Application Code Wavelength (nm) Minimum Sensitivity (dBm)

S-4.1 1261~1360 -28

L-4.1 1261~1360 -28

L-4.2 1480 ~ 1580 -28

V-4.2 1480 ~ 1580 -34


Tab. 8.5 Optical input sensitivity standard of STM-4

8.2.2.3 STM-4 Input Optical Power


Test Target:
To measure the STM-4 receiving optical power.

Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.6)

STM-4 STM-4
Tx
NE

ODF

Optical Power Meter

Fig. 8.6 Test Setup of STM-4 input optical power

Connection Description:
1. Find the fiber which is connected from ODF to STM-4 RX port
2. Re-connect the fiber to optical meter

Test Procedure:
1. Configure corresponding wave-length on the optical meter
2. Record the result from the meter

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Test Result:
Application Code Wavelength (nm) Input range (dBm)

S-4.1 1261~1360 -8~-28

L-4.1 1261~1360 -8~-28

L-4.2 1480 ~ 1580 -8~-28

V-4.2 1480 ~ 1580 -18~-34


Tab. 8.6 Optical Input Power Range Standard of STM-4

8.2.3 STM-1 Optical Interface

8.2.3.1 STM-1 TX Optical Power


Test Target:
To measure the TX optical power of STM-1 laser

Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.7)

NE Optical Power Meter

Fig. 8.7 Test Setup of STM-1 TX optical power

Connection Description:
Connect NE STM-1 TX with optical power meters

Test procedure:
1. Connect as shown in Fig. 8.7.
2. Set the corresponding λ on the optical meter.
3. Record the result

Test Result:
Application Code Wavelength (nm) Output power (dBm)

S-1.1 1261~1360 -15 ~ -8

L-1.1 1261~1360 -5 ~ 0

L-1.2 1480 ~ 1580 -5 ~ 0

V-1.2 1480 ~ 1580 0~4


Tab. 8.7 Optical output power Standard of STM-1

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8.2.3.2 STM-1 RX Sensitivity of STM-1 laser


Test Target:
To measure the RX sensitivity of STM-1 laser

Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.8)

Tunable Optical
Test Analyzer NE
Attenuator

Fig. 8.8 Test Setup of STM-1 RX sensitivity

Connection Description:
1. Turn up 15 dBm the optical attenuator.
2. Connect STM-1 port to optical attenuator
3. Connect tester to arbitrary port of the system, such as another STM-1 port

Test Procedure:
1. Create bi-direction circuit between STM-16 port and tributary port, such as another STM-
1port.
2. Configure signal pattern as 223-1PRBS on tester
3. Make sure that there is no alarm or bit error on this circuit
4. Turn up the optical attenuator, till there is bit error
5. Turn down 1 dBm the optical attenuator; observe for 5 minutes without bit error
6. Measure receiving optical power on STM-1 RX port and record as sensitivity

Test Result:
Application Code Wavelength (nm) Minimum Sensitivity (dBm)

S-1.1 1261~1360 -28

L-1.1 1261~1360 -28

L-1.2 1480 ~ 1580 -28

V-1.2 1480 ~ 1580 -34


Tab. 8.8 Optical input sensitivity standard of STM-1

8.2.3.3 STM-1 Input Optical Power


Test Target:
To measure the STM-1 receiving optical power.

Test Setup: (see Fig. 8.9)

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STM-1 STM-1
Tx
NE

ODF

Optical Power Meter

Fig. 8.9 Test Setup of STM-1 input optical power

Connection Description:
1. Find the fiber which is connected from ODF to STM-1 RX port
2. Re-connect the fiber to optical meter

Test Procedure:
1. Configure corresponding wave-length on the optical meter
2. Record the result from the meter

Test Result:
Application Code Wavelength (nm) Input range (dBm)

S-1.1 1261~1360 -8~-28

L-1.1 1261~1360 -10~-28

L-1.2 1480 ~ 1580 -10~-28

V-1.2 1480 ~ 1580 -10~-34


Tab. 8.9 Optical Input Power Range Standard of STM-1

8.2.4 STM-1e interface

8.2.4.1 STM-1E Port BER Test


Test target:
To verify STM-1E channel

Test Setup:

STM-1E
E1
Rx
SDH
NE
Test Analyzer Tx

Fig. 8.10 Test Setup of STM-1E loop-back test

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Connection Description:
1. Set loop-back on E1 port
2. Connect the tester TX to the RX port of the STM-1E and connect the tester RX to the TX
port STM-1E

Test Procedure:
1. Create bi-direction circuit between E1 port and STM-1E port
2. Configure signal pattern as 223-1PRBS on tester for STM-1e
3. Make sure that there is no alarm or bit error on this circuit
4. Run tester for 15 minutes

Test Result:
No any alarm detected on the tester

8.2.5 PDH Port Test

8.2.5.1 E1 Port BER Test


Test target:
To verify all E1/T1 channel

Test Setup:
E1 daisy chain
STM-4
Rx
SDH
NE
Test Analyzer Tx

Fig. 8.11 Test Setup of E1 loop-back test

Connection Description:
1. Set loop-back on STM-4 port
2. Daisy chain all the E1 port
3. Connect the tester TX to the RX port of the first E1
4. Connect the tester RX to the TX port of the last E1

Test Procedure:
1. Create bi-direction circuits between all E1 port and STM-4 port
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3. Make sure that there is no alarm or bit error on this circuit
4. Run tester for 15 minutes

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Test Result:
No any alarm detected on the tester

8.2.5.2 E3/DS3 Port BER Test


Test target:
To verify all E3/DS3 channel

Test Setup:
E3/DS3 daisy chain
STM-4
Rx
SDH
NE
Test Analyzer Tx

Fig. 8.12 Test Setup of E3/DS3 loop-back test

Connection Description:
1. Set loop-back on STM-4 port
2. Daisy chain all the E3/DS3 port
3. Connect the tester TX to the RX port of the first E3/DS3
4. Connect the tester RX to the TX port of the last E3/DS3

Test Procedure:
1. Create bi-direction circuits between all E3/DS3 port and STM-4 port
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2. Configure signal pattern as 2 -1PRBS on tester for E3
3. Make sure that there is no alarm or bit error on this circuit
4. Run tester for 15 minutes

Test Result:
No any alarm detected on the tester

8.2.6 Ethernet Port

8.2.6.1 10/100M Port Auto-Negotiation Test


Test Target:
To verify the auto-negotiation function of 10/100M port

Test Setup:
The 10/100M port test setup is as Fig. 8.13:

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FE
Smartbits Analyzer NE

Fig. 8.13 Test Setup of 10/100M port auto-negotiation (1)

Connection Description:
Connect 10/100M port on NE to 10/100M port of the Smartbit tester using the RJ45 cable.

Test Procedure:
1. Connect as Fig. 8.13
2. Enable the auto-negotiation function on NE 10/100M port
3. Enable the auto-negotiation function with all capacity on Smartbit 10/100M port
4. See result

Test Result:
The port mode on both sides should be 100M and full-duplex

Test Setup:
Especially, on the 2xGE+8xFE/RPR, 2xGE+8xFE/RPRE, 2xGE+8xFE/A and
2xGE+8xFE/AE cards, the 10/100M port test setup is as Fig. 8.14:
Port B EQP

Ethernet
Smartbits Analyzer Splitter NE

Port A
Fig. 8.14 Test Setup of 10/100M port auto-negotiation (2)

Connection Description:
Connect NE 10/100M port to Smartbits 10/100M ports by using Ethernet splitter

Test Procedure:
1. Connect as Fig. 8.14
2. Enable the auto-negotiation function on NE 10/100M port
3. Enable the auto-negotiation function with all capacity on Smartbit 10/100M ports
4. See result

Test Result:
The port mode on both sides should be 100M and full-duplex

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8.2.6.2 10/100M Port Mode Test


Test Target:
To verify the working mode of 10/100M port

Test Setup:
The 10/100M port test setup is as Fig. 8.15:
FE1 FE1

Smartbits Analyzer NE
FE2 FE2

Fig. 8.15 Test Setup of 10/100M port working mode (1)

Connection Description:
Connect two 10/100M ports of NE to two 10/100M ports of the Smartbits tester using the
RJ45 cable.

Test Procedure:
1. Connect as Fig. 8.15
2. Set Smartbit port as 100M and full duplex
3. Set 100M and full duplex on NE 10/100M port
4. Send traffic out of Smartbits port1, then check the receiving traffic of Smartbits port2
5. See result 1
6. Set Smartbit port as 100M and half-duplex
7. Set 100M and half-duplex on NE 10/100M port
8. Send traffic out of Smartbits port1, then check the receiving traffic of Smartbits port2
9. See result 2
10. Set Smartbit port as 10M and full-duplex
11. Set 10M and full-duplex on NE 10/100M port
12. Send traffic out of Smartbits port1, then check the receiving traffic of Smartbits port2
13. See result 3
14. Set Smartbit port as 10M and half-duplex
15. Set 10M and half-duplex on NE 10/100M port
16. Send traffic out of Smartbits port1, then check the receiving traffic of Smartbits port2
17. See result 4

Test Result:
1. The traffic should be ok
2. The traffic should be ok
3. The traffic should be ok
4. The traffic should be ok

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Test Setup:
Especially, on the 2xGE+8xFE/RPR, 2xGE+8xFE/RPRE, 2xGE+8xFE/A and
2xGE+8xFE/AE cards, the 10/100M port test setup is as Fig. 8.16:
Port B EQP

Ethernet
Smartbits Analyzer Splitter NE

Port A
Fig. 8.16 Test Setup of 10/100M port working mode (2)

Connection Description:
Use an Ethernet splitter to inter-connect Ethernet card and Smartbit. Connect the EQP port
of the Ethernet splitter to the card, and connect the portA and portB of the Ethernet splitter to
the Smartbit ports.

Test Procedure:
1. Connect as Fig. 8.16
2. Set Smartbit port as 100M and full-duplex
3. Set 100M and full-duplex on NE 10/100M port
4. Send traffic out of Smartbits port1, and then check the receiving traffic of Smartbits port2
5. See result 1
6. Set Smartbit port as 100M and half-duplex
7. Set 100M and half-duplex on NE 10/100M port
8. Send traffic out of Smartbits port1, then check the receiving traffic of Smartbits port2
9. See result 2
10. Set Smartbit port as 10M and full-duplex
11. Set 10M and full-duplex on NE 10/100M port
12 Send traffic out of Smartbits port1, then check the receiving traffic of Smartbits port2
13. See result 3
14. Set Smartbit port as 10M and half-duplex
15. Set 10M and half-duplex on NE 10/100M port
16. Send traffic out of Smartbits port1, then check the receiving traffic of Smartbits port2
17. See result 4

Test Result:
1. The traffic should be ok
2. The traffic should be ok
3. The traffic should be ok
4. The traffic should be ok

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8.2.7 OA Port Test


Test target:
To verify the OA channel.

Test Setup:

NE Optical Power Meter

Fig. 8.17 Test Setup of OA channel

Connection and Test Procedure:


1. Enable the Admin Mode of the OA Card by TNMS-M SURPASS hiT7060 LCT.
2. Keep the OA Card default setting of the manufactory.
3. Measure the Input Optical Power of OA Card.
4. Connect Optical Patch Cord to Input of OA Card.
5. Measure the Output Optical Power of OA Card.
6. Record values of optical receive power in the table below.

Expected Result:
The Output Optical Power of the OA Card should meet the default value as the table shows.

Card Type Parameters Minimum Maximum Default Unit


Range of input power -10 3 N/A dBm
13 dB BOA
Output power 0 13 13 ± 0.5 dBm
Range of input power -10 3 N/A dBm
15 dB BOA
Output power 0 15 15 ± 0.5 dBm
Range of input power -10 3 N/A dBm
18dB BOA
Output power 0 18 18 ±0.5 dBm
Range of input power -35 -10 N/A dBm
20dB POA
Output power -15 Min(-10,Pin+20) -15 ± 0.5 dBm

Tab. 8.10 Expected result of OA port test

Remarks: Pin means the receive Optical Power of the OA Card.

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8.2.8 Protection Test

8.2.8.1 Power 1+1 Protection Test


Test Target:
To verify the 1+1 equipment protection for the Power card is working correctly.
Test Setup:
STM-1 STM-1
SDH
NE
Test Analyzer

Fig. 8.18 Test Setup of Power 1+1 Protection

Connection Description:
1. Connect STM-1 port to tester (adding attenuator, if necessary)
2. Loop-back a tributary port, such as another STM-1 port

Test Procedure:
Connect as Fig. 8.18
1. Create bi-direction circuit between STM-1 port and a tributary port, such as another
STM-1 port
2. Configure the signal pattern as 223-1PRBS on Tester
3. Make sure that there is no alarm or bit error on this circuit
4. Make sure that two power supply are working normally
5. Cut off the Power Input1
6. Check the Tester
7. See result1

Test Result:
Traffic is OK with error-free

8.3 Test Reports


The results of the commissioning measurements are to be recorded in Field Test Protocols.
Appropriate forms can be ordered separately.

Being the basis for future comparison measurements, the Field Test Protocols should be
archived thoroughly.

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9 LED Indications
This chapter gives an overview of the module front LEDs, which provide information for
service and maintenance purposes.

The functions of the LEDs are explained in detail in the Technical Manual of the SURPASS
hiT 7060.

9.1 System Controller Module (SC)


The System Controller Module has 3 LEDs, see Tab. 9.1.

System Controller Module


LED Name LED Color LED Status Explanation

ACT Green Flashing This module is in the active mode

ON Power is available to the system.


PWR Green
OFF Power is off
ON There are alarm existing on this NE
FAULT Yellow
OFF There is no alarm on this module
Tab. 9.1 System Controller (SC) module LEDs

9.2 Cross-Connect Switching and Timing Module (CC/Timing)


The Cross-connect and Timing Module has three LEDs shown in Tab. 9.2.

CC/Timing Module
LED LED LED
Explanation
Name Color Status
ON This module is in the working state
ACT Green This module is in the standby state, only if there is CC
OFF
1+1 existing on the NE
Power is available to the system. It indicates the
ON presence of the internal power supply after the power
PWR Green conversion
Power is not available due to broken power converter or
OFF
external power cable or connector.
ON There are alarm existing on this module
FAULT Red
OFF There are no alarm existing on this module
Tab. 9.2 CC/Timing module LEDs

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9.3 Traffic Interface Modules

9.3.1 PWR and FAULT LEDS


Almost all traffic interface Modules have at least the two LEDs shown in Tab. 9.3

Traffic Interface Modules


LED LED LED
Explanation
Name Color Status
Power is available to the system. It indicates the
ON presence of the internal power supply after the power
PWR Green conversion
Power is not available due to broken power converter or
OFF
external power cable or connector.
ON There are alarm condition presented in this module
FAULT Red
OFF This module is in normal condition.
Tab. 9.3 LEDs on the Traffic Interface Modules

9.3.2 LINK LEDs


Some optical Interface Modules and Electrical function modules have the Link LED, see Tab.
9.4

Traffic Interface Modules


LED LED LED Explanation
Name Color Status
There is an optical/electrical signal detected in the
ON
port.
LINK Green
There is no optical/electrical signal detected in the
OFF
port
Tab. 9.4 LEDs on the Traffic Interface Modules

9.3.3 Fast Ethernet Connector LEDs


In addition to the LEDs described above, each RJ45 Fast Ethernet Connector on the Fast
Ethernet service cards is equipped with another two LEDs, as explained in Tab. 9.5 .

RJ45 Connectors on the FE Modules


LED Name LED Color Explanation
Active Yellow Data is being transmitted or received
Link Green The cable is connected and link status is up
Tab. 9.5 LEDs in the RJ45 Fast Ethernet Connectors

As to the RJ-45 Connectors on the FE ports of 2xGE+8xFE/A, 2xGE+8xFE/AE,


2xGE+8xFE/RPR and 2xGE+8xFE/RPRE cards, the LEDs are different with the general FE

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ports on the Fast Ethernet service cards. Each RJ-45 connector on these especially cards
shall have two LEDs to indicate the link and data receiving/transmitting status for 2 Ethernet
ports in the RJ-45 respectively.

LED Peer to peer LED


LED Color Explanation
Position Ethernet Port Status
ON The link of Ethernet port 1 is UP.
There are data received or
FLASH
Left 1, 2, 3 or 4 Yellow transmitted
The link of Ethernet port 1 is
OFF
down
ON The link of Ethernet port 2 is UP.
There are data received or
FLASH
Right 5, 6, 7 or 8 Green transmitted
The link of the Ethernet port 2 is
OFF
down
Tab. 9.6 LED in the RJ-45 Connector of 2xGE+8xFE/A

9.4 Power Module


The Power Module has two LEDs, see Tab. 9.7 .

Power Modules
LED Name LED Color LED Status Explanation
ON The Power supply is on.
PWR Green
OFF The Power supply is off.
ON There is alarm on this module.
FAULT Red
OFF There is no fault detected on this module.

Tab. 9.7 LEDs on the Power Module

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10 Pin Assignments

10.1 DC Power Supply Cable

Fig. 10.1 DC Power Supply Cable

Fig. 10.2 DC power connector

Pin Number Wire Color Signal


1 Yellow/Green Ground
2 Blue -48V
3 Red 0V (Return)
Tab. 10.1 SURPASS hiT 7060 DC Power Connector Pin Assignments

10.2 E1 Cable
SURPASS hiT 7060 Release 3.4 provides two kinds of internal E1 cables to connect the E1
cards with the E1 panel SCCI interfaces, one provides two SCSI connects on the both end
which is used on the 63 × E1 EC cards, the other provides one SCCI connect and one
square connects which enable provides 5x6 2mm female socket used for the 63 × E1 EC
cards.

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10.2.1 E1 Cable with two SCSI Interfaces


The E1 cable uses SCSI-100 connector on both sides. Each SCSI-100 connector provides
up to 21× 2Mb/s signals.

Fig. 10.3 2Mb/s SCSI-100 Connector which Connect up to 21x E1 Signals

Fig. 10.4 21× E1 Cable Connector showing

Fig. 10.5 Pin Numbering of the Connectors on the 21× E1 Cable

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From Connector A To Connector B


(SCSI-100) (SCSI-100)
Pin Number Description Pin Number Description
A1 R1, CENTER CONDUCTOR A1 R1, CENTER CONDUCTOR
A2 R1,BRAID A2 R1,BRAID
A3 R2,CENTER CONDUCTOR A3 R2,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A4 R2,BRAID A4 R2,BRAID
A5 R3,CENTER CONDUCTOR A5 R3,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A6 R3,BRAID A6 R3,BRAID
A7 R4,CENTER CONDUCTOR A7 R4,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A8 R4,BRAID A8 R4,BRAID
A9 R5,CENTER CONDUCTOR A9 R5,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A10 R5,BRAID A10 R5,BRAID
A11 R6,CENTER CONDUCTOR A11 R6,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A12 R6,BRAID A12 R6,BRAID
A13 R7,CENTER CONDUCTOR A13 R7,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A14 R7,BRAID A14 R7,BRAID
A15 NO Connect A15 NO Connect
A16 NO Connect A16 NO Connect
A17 NO Connect A17 NO Connect
A18 NO Connect A18 NO Connect
A19 R8,CENTER CONDUCTOR A19 R8,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A20 R8,BRAID A20 R8,BRAID
A21 R9,CENTER CONDUCTOR A21 R9,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A22 R9,BRAID A22 R9,BRAID
A23 R10,CENTER CONDUCTOR A23 R10,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A24 R10,BRAID A24 R10,BRAID
A25 R11,CENTER CONDUCTOR A25 R11,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A26 R11,BRAID A26 R11,BRAID
A27 R12,CENTER CONDUCTOR A27 R12,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A28 R12,BRAID A28 R12,BRAID
A29 R13,CENTER CONDUCTOR A29 R13,CENTER CONDUCTOR
A30 R13,BRAID A30 R13,BRAID
A31 R14, CENTER CONDUCTOR A31 R14, CENTER CONDUCTOR
A32 R14,BRAID A32 R14,BRAID
A33 NO Connect A33 NO Connect
A34 NO Connect A34 NO Connect
A35 NO Connect A35 NO Connect
A36 NO Connect A36 NO Connect
A37 R15, CENTER CONDUCTOR A37 R15, CENTER CONDUCTOR
A38 R15,BRAID A38 R15,BRAID
A39 R16, CENTER CONDUCTOR A39 R16, CENTER CONDUCTOR
A40 R16,BRAID A40 R16,BRAID
A41 R17, CENTER CONDUCTOR A41 R17, CENTER CONDUCTOR
A42 R17,BRAID A42 R17,BRAID
A43 R18, CENTER CONDUCTOR A43 R18, CENTER CONDUCTOR
A44 R18,BRAID A44 R18,BRAID
A45 R19, CENTER CONDUCTOR A45 R19, CENTER CONDUCTOR
A46 R19,BRAID A46 R19,BRAID
A47 R20, CENTER CONDUCTOR A47 R20, CENTER CONDUCTOR
A48 R20,BRAID A48 R20,BRAID
A49 R21, CENTER CONDUCTOR A49 R21, CENTER CONDUCTOR
A50 R21,BRAID A50 R21,BRAID

Tab. 10.2 21× E1 (75Ohm) Cable Connector Pin Assignment

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From Connector A To Connector B


(SCSI-100) (SCSI-100)
Pin Number Description Pin Number Description
B1 T1, CENTER CONDUCTOR B1 T1, CENTER CONDUCTOR
B2 T1,BRAID B2 T1,BRAID
B3 T2,CENTER CONDUCTOR B3 T2,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B4 T2,BRAID B4 T2,BRAID
B5 T3,CENTER CONDUCTOR B5 T3,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B6 T3,BRAID B6 T3,BRAID
B7 T4,CENTER CONDUCTOR B7 T4,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B8 T4,BRAID B8 T4,BRAID
B9 T5,CENTER CONDUCTOR B9 T5,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B10 T5,BRAID B10 T5,BRAID
B11 T6,CENTER CONDUCTOR B11 T6,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B12 T6,BRAID B12 T6,BRAID
B13 T7,CENTER CONDUCTOR B13 T7,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B14 T7,BRAID B14 T7,BRAID
B15 NO Connect B15 NO Connect
B16 NO Connect B16 NO Connect
B17 NO Connect B17 NO Connect
B18 NO Connect B18 NO Connect
B19 T8,CENTER CONDUCTOR B19 T8,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B20 T8,BRAID B20 T8,BRAID
B21 T9,CENTER CONDUCTOR B21 T9,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B22 T9,BRAID B22 T9,BRAID
B23 T10,CENTER CONDUCTOR B23 T10,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B24 T10,BRAID B24 T10,BRAID
B25 T11,CENTER CONDUCTOR B25 T11,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B26 T11,BRAID B26 T11,BRAID
B27 T12,CENTER CONDUCTOR B27 T12,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B28 T12,BRAID B28 T12,BRAID
B29 T13,CENTER CONDUCTOR B29 T13,CENTER CONDUCTOR
B30 T13,BRAID B30 T13,BRAID
B31 T14, CENTER CONDUCTOR B31 T14, CENTER CONDUCTOR
B32 T14,BRAID B32 T14,BRAID
B33 NO Connect B33 NO Connect
B34 NO Connect B34 NO Connect
B35 NO Connect B35 NO Connect
B36 NO Connect B36 NO Connect
B37 T15, CENTER CONDUCTOR B37 T15, CENTER CONDUCTOR
B38 T15,BRAID B38 T15,BRAID
B39 T16, CENTER CONDUCTOR B39 T16, CENTER CONDUCTOR
B40 T16,BRAID B40 T16,BRAID
B41 T17, CENTER CONDUCTOR B41 T17, CENTER CONDUCTOR
B42 T17,BRAID B42 T17,BRAID
B43 T18, CENTER CONDUCTOR B43 T18, CENTER CONDUCTOR
B44 T18,BRAID B44 T18,BRAID
B45 T19, CENTER CONDUCTOR B45 T19, CENTER CONDUCTOR
B46 T19,BRAID B46 T19,BRAID
B47 T20, CENTER CONDUCTOR B47 T20, CENTER CONDUCTOR
B48 T20,BRAID B48 T20,BRAID
B49 T21, CENTER CONDUCTOR B49 T21, CENTER CONDUCTOR
B50 T21,BRAID B50 T21,BRAID
Tab. 10.3 21× E1 (75 Ohm) Cable Connector Pin Assignment (continued)

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Connector A Connector B
Pair NO Wire NO
Pin Number Pin Number
1 1 A1 A1
2 A2 A2
2 3 A3 A3
4 A4 A4
3 5 A5 A5
6 A6 A6
4 7 A7 A7
8 A8 A8
5 9 A9 A9
10 A10 A10
6 11 A11 A11
12 A12 A12
7 13 A13 A13
14 A14 A14
8 15 NO CONNECT NO CONNECT
16 A19 A19
9 17 A20 A20
18 A21 A21
10 19 A22 A22
20 A23 A23
11 21 A24 A24
22 A25 A25
12 23 A26 A26
24 A27 A27
13 25 A28 A28
26 A29 A29
14 27 A30 A30
28 A31 A31
15 29 A32 A32
30 NO CONNECT NO CONNECT
16 31 A37 A37
32 A38 A38
17 33 A39 A39
34 A40 A40
18 35 A41 A41
36 A42 A42
19 37 A43 A43
38 A44 A44
20 39 A45 A45
40 A46 A46
21 41 A47 A47
42 A48 A48
22 43 A49 A49
44 A50 A50
BRAID SHELL SHELL
Tab. 10.4 21× E1 (120Ohm) Cable Connector Pin Assignment

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Connector A Connector B
Pair NO Wire NO
Pin Number Pin Number
1 1 B1 B1
2 B2 B2
2 3 B3 B3
4 B4 B4
3 5 B5 B5
6 B6 B6
4 7 B7 B7
8 B8 B8
5 9 B9 B9
10 B10 B10
6 11 B11 B11
12 B12 B12
7 13 B13 B13
14 B14 B14
8 15 NO CONNECT NO CONNECT
16 B19 B19
9 17 B20 B20
18 B21 B21
10 19 B22 B22
20 B23 B23
11 21 B24 B24
22 B25 B25
12 23 B26 B26
24 B27 B27
13 25 B28 B28
26 B29 B29
14 27 B30 B30
28 B31 B31
15 29 B32 B32
30 NO CONNECT NO CONNECT
16 31 B37 B37
32 B38 B38
17 33 B39 B39
34 B40 B40
18 35 B41 B41
36 B42 B42
19 37 B43 B43
38 B44 B44
20 39 B45 B45
40 B46 B46
21 41 B47 B47
42 B48 B48
22 43 B49 B49
44 B50 B50
BRAID SHELL SHELL
Tab. 10.5 21× E1 (120Ohm) cable connector pin assignment (continued)

Customer should use RJ48 Connector based on 120Ohm E1 Extension Panel. Tab. 10.6
i lists the RJ48 connector pin assignment.

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RXD-

RXD+

TXD- TXD+

1 8

Ground

Fig. 10.6 E1/ 120Ohm RJ-48 Connector

Pin Number Signal


1 Rx Tip (+)
2 Rx Ring (-)
3 Not Connected
4 Tx Tip (+)
5 Tx Ring (-)
6 Not Connected
7 Not Connected
8 Not Connected
Tab. 10.6 E1 RJ48 Connector Pin Assignment

10.2.2 E1 cable with 5x6 2mm square Interface


The E1 cable uses 5×6 2mm connector. Each 5×6 2mm connector provides up to 7×
2Mb/s signals.

Fig. 10.7 2Mb/s 5×6 2mm Connector (75 Ohm)

Fig. 10.8 2Mb/s 5×6 2mm Connector (120 Ohm)

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Fig. 10.9 5×6 2mm Cable Connector showing

Fig. 10.10 Pin Numbering of the Connectors on the 5×6 2mm E1 Cable

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CONNECTOR COAXIAL DESCRIPTIO LABEL


PIN CABLE NO. N PRINTING
NO. DESCRIPTION
E6 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE) T7
E5 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 1 TX7
D6 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
D5 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 2 TX6 T6
E4 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
E3 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 3 TX5 T5
D4 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
D3 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 4 TX4 T4
C4 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
C3 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 5 TX3 T3
E2 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
E1 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 6 TX2 T2
D2 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
D1 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 7 TX1 T1
C6 SHORT
C5 CIRCUIT
B6 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
B5 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 8 RX7 R7
A6 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
A5 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 9 RX6 R6
B4 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
B3 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 10 RX5 R5
A4 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
A3 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 11 RX4 R4
C2 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
C1 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 12 RX3 R3
B2 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
B1 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 13 RX2 R2
A2 INNER CONDUCTOR (CORE)
A1 OUTER CONDUCTOR (BRAID) 14 RX1 R1

Tab. 10.7 21× E1 (75Ohm) Cable Connector Pin Assignment

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CONNECTOR
PIN NO. CABLE COLOR DESCRIPTION LABEL PRINTING
E6 WHITE TX7P T7P
E5 BROWN TX7N T7N
D6 WHITE TX6P T6P
D5 ORANGE TX6N T6N
E4 WHITE TX5P T5P
E3 GREEN TX5N T5N
D4 WHITE TX4P T4P
D3 BLUE TX4N T4N
C4 RED TX3P T3P
C3 BLUE TX3N T3N
E2 RED TX2P T2P
E1 ORANGE TX2N T2N
D2 RED TX1P T1P
D1 GREEN TX1N T1N
C6
C5 SHORT CIRCUIT
B6 WHITE RX7P R7P
B5 BROWN RX7N R7N
A6 WHITE RX6P R6P
A5 ORANGE RX6N R6N
B4 WHITE RX5P R5P
B3 GREEN RX5N R5N
A4 WHITE RX4P R4P
A3 BLUE RX4N R4N
C2 RED RX3P R3P
C1 BLUE RX3N R3N
B2 RED RX2P R2P
B1 ORANGE RX2N R2N
A2 RED RX1P R1P
A1 GREEN RX1N R1N

Tab. 10.8 21× E1 (120Ohm) Cable Connector Pin Assignment

Customer should use RJ48 Connector based on 120Ohm E1 Extension Panel.


i The RJ48 connector pin assignment is same as Tab. 10.6.

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10.3 Ethernet Cable


Pin Number Signal
1 Twisted-pair, Tx+
2 Twisted-pair, Tx-
3 Twisted-pair, Rx+
4 Not Connected
5 Not Connected
6 Twisted-pair, Rx-
7 Not Connected
8 Not Connected
Tab. 10.9 Ethernet Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment

Fig. 10.11 Ethernet cable RJ45 connector

Cat5 or Cat5 (e) is the raw cable used for 100Mbps Ethernet cable. Following is a reference
chart for wiring Category 5 (Cat 5) for the 10/100 Base-T Ethernet cables.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
White with Orange White with Blue White with Green White with Brown
Orange strip Green strip blue strip brown strip
Tab. 10.10 Category 5 twisted pair color-code standards

As to the FE ports on the 2xGE+8xFE/A, 2xGE+8xFE/AE, 2xGE+8xFE/RPR and


2xGE+8xFE/RPRE cards, cables with RJ-45 connectors are needed too. However the pin
usages are different from the Cat5 cable usage. They need an Ethernet splitter converter
shown as Fig. 10.12.

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B Port

Up Side View
A Port EQP Port

Left Front View


EQP Port

Right Back View


A Port

B Port

Fig. 10.12 Ethernet splitter converter Indication

Remark: Please see chapter 4.2.6 to get more information about how to connect splitter.

10.4 Management Cable


The Management interface port is a DTE port with an RJ-45 connector. The management
cable pin assignments are provided in Tab. 10.11 below:

Pin Number Signal


1 Twisted-pair, Tx+
2 Twisted-pair, Tx-
3 Twisted-pair, Rx+
4 Not Connected
5 Not Connected
6 Twisted-pair, Rx-
7 Not Connected
8 Not Connected
Tab. 10.11 Management Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment

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Fig. 10.13 RJ-45 plug

10.5 Timing, STM-1E and E3/D3 Cables


The timing cable and the STM-1E , E3/D3 cables use the CC4-1.0 connectors on the
SURPASS hiT 7060 side. The connector on the other end of the cable depends on the
application.

Fig. 10.14 CC4-1.0 Connector

10.6 Station Alarm Cables


Station Alarm cables use RJ-45 connectors. However the pin usages are different from the
Cat5 cable usage. The pin assignments for the Station Alarm cable are provided in Tab.
10.12 below. The pin which is not listed in the following table should not be connected.

RJ-45 Connector Of NE ALM Port (Start) RJ-45 Connector Of Alarm Card


(Destination)
Pin Signal Pin Signal
5 Alarm1 + Critical and Major Alarm 5 Alarm1 -
6 Alarm1 - Return 7 Alarm0 -
7 Alarm0 + Minor Alarm 6 Alarm1 +
8 Alarm0 - Return 8 Alarm0 +
Tab. 10.12 Station Alarm Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignments

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10.7 MDI Cables


MDI cables use RJ-45 connectors. The pin assignments for the MDI cable are provided in
Tab. 10.13 below.

Pin Number Signal


1 MDI3+
2 MDI3-
3 MDI2+
4 MDI2-
5 MDI1+
6 MDI1-
7 MDI0+
8 MDI0-
Tab. 10.13 MDI Cable RJ45 Connector Pin Assignments

10.8 MDO Cables


MDO cables use RJ-45 connectors. The pin assignments for the MDO cable are provided in
Tab. 10.14 below.

Pin Number Signal


1 MDO3+
2 MDO3-
3 MDO2+
4 MDO2-
5 MDO1+
6 MDO1-
7 MDO0+
8 MDO0-
Tab. 10.14 MDO Cable RJ45 connector pin assignments

10.9 EOW Cables


EOW cables use RJ-45 connectors. The pin assignments for the EOW cable are provided in
Tab. 10.15 and Tab. 10.16 below.

Pin Number Signal


1 EOW TX1+
2 EOW TX1-
3 EOW RX1+
4 EOW RX1-
5 EOW TX2+
6 EOW TX2-
7 EOW RX2+
8 EOW RX2-
Tab. 10.15 EOW Interface (Channel 1~2) RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment

Pin Number Signal


1 EOW TX3+
2 EOW TX3-
3 EOW RX3+
4 EOW RX3-

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Pin Number Signal


5 EOW TX4+
6 EOW TX4-
7 EOW RX4+
8 EOW RX4-
Tab. 10.16 EOW Interface (Channel 3~4) RJ45 Connector Pin Assignment

The interface of EOW based on the standard of G.703 electrical characteristics of 64kbps
i codirectional interface, the nominal peak voltage of a pulse is 1.0V, peak voltage of no pulse
is 0V± 0.10 V.

10.10 Console Cable


The console cable is only used during SURPASS hiT 7060 installation to connect the CLI
(Command Line Interface) to initialize the unit.

Fig. 10.15 Console Cable Connection

Pin Number Signal


1 Not used
2 Serial signal Tx
3 Serial signal Rx
4 Not used
5 Ground
6 Not used
7 Not used
8 Not used
9 Not used
Tab. 10.17 Console Cable Pin Assignements

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11 Abbreviations
ACO Alarm Cut Off
Bw7R Style 7R
CD-ROM Compact Disc Read Only Memory
CE Communauté Européenne
DB Data Base
DC Direct Current
DCC Data Communication Channel
EGB Elektrostatisch Gefährdete Bauteile
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility
EN European Standard
EOW Engineering Order Wire
ESD Electrostatic Sensitive Device
ETS European Telecommunication Standard
ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute
F Standardized interface for connection of a local terminal
FAULT Fault Alarm LED
FO Fiber Optic
GMT Greenwich Mean Time
GND Ground
GUI Graphical User Interface
GUIMN Graphical User Interface Manual
HS Handset
HW Hardware
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
LCAS Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme
LCT Local Craft Terminal
LED Light Emitting Diode
LWL Lichtwellenleiter (optical fiber)
MSP Multiplex Section Protection
NCT Network Craft Terminal
NUBAT Negative Power Supply Voltage
OK Service LED
OSN Optical Service Node
PDF Portable Document Format
PE Protective Earth (Ground)
PPP Point to Point Protocol
PUBAT Positive Power Supply Voltage
RAM Random Access Memory
Rx Received signal

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SDI Serial Debug Interface


SEC SDH Equipment Clock
SELV Separate Extra-Low Voltage
SFP Small Form Factor Pluggable (Module)
SNCP Sub-Network Connection Protection
SW Software
T3 Clock input
T4 Clock output
TIF Telemetry Interface
TNMS Telecommunication Network Management System
Tx Transmitted signal
UMN User Manual
VCDB Variable Configuration Data Block

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12 Index
Laser devices, 22
Laser safety shutdown, 22
A Laser warning label, 22
Accumulator handling, 25 LED Indications, 100
Air filter, 17
M
B Mounting the Chassis, 34
Battery handling, 25
Bending radius of optical fibers, 21 N
NE Configuration and Management, 70
C Start, 70
Cleaning fluids for optical connectors, 21 Synchronize NE, 73
Connecting Cables, 43
Connectors of optical fibers, handling, 21 O
Optical connectors, handling, 21
D Optical fiber
Dust filter, 17 bending radius, 21
Overvoltage on the power supply input, 19

E
P
Earthing
see Grounding, 20 PC Requirements, 63
Element Manager Software, 63 Pin Assignments, 103
ESD components, 20 Plug and pull aids with modules, 20
ESD warning label, 20 Protection against
laser light, 22
power supply input overvoltage, 19
F Protective caps for optical connectors, 21
Front door handling (at the subrack), 16
S
G Safety shutdown of the laser, 24
Site Preparation, 28
Grounding bracelet, 20 Subrack front door handling, 16
Subrack weight, 16
H
Handling T
batteries and accumulators, 25 Temperature warning label, 17
ESD components, 20
fiber-optic cables and connectors, 21
subrack front door, 16 U
High operating temperature
warning label, 17 Unpacking Shipping Box, 29

I W
Initial Startup, 64 Warning labels
Installing the Chassis, 31 heavy weight, 16
high operating temperature, 17
laser devices, 22
L Weight of the subrack, warning label, 16
Laser class, 22

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