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External Alarm Configuration Procedure

External Alarm Configuration Procedure

1 Introduction to Hardware Ports and Alarm Cables

1.1 Monitoring Ports on the BBU

The UPEU on the BBU has two Boolean input ports, as shown in the following figure:

two Boolean input ports, as shown in the following figure: Boolean input ports on the UPEU

Boolean input ports on the UPEU in the upper part of the BBU:

EXT-ALM0: port for Boolean inputs 0 to 3

EXT-ALM1: port for Boolean inputs 4 to 7

The BBU supports a maximum of 16 Boolean inputs. Each UPEU supports eight Boolean inputs. The BBU is configured with one UPEU in the lower part by default.

External Alarm Configuration Procedure

External Alarm Configuration Procedure

1.2 Color Definitions for the Boolean Alarm Cables on the BBU

RJ45 Pin/Color

Recommends Cable Leading Sequence for the BBU

 

Twisted Pair

1 Orange white

Boolean input 1+

1

and 2 twisted

 

2 Orange

Boolean input 1(GND)

1

and 2 twisted

3

Green white

Boolean input 2+

3

and 6 twisted

 

4 Blue

Boolean input 3- (GND)

4

and 5 twisted

 

5 Blue white

Boolean input 3+

4

and 5 twisted

 

6

Green

Boolean input 2- (GND)

3

and 6 twisted

7

Brown white

Boolean input 4+

7

and 8 twisted

 

8

Brown

Boolean input 4- (GND)

7

and 8 twisted

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External Alarm Configuration Procedure

External Alarm Configuration Procedure

1.3 Hardware Connection of External Alarms

For the detailed information about port numbers and slots, see the following table:

         

Name and BOM of the Monitoring Cable

Core

 

Monitoring

Monitoring

Frame Position - Slot Position

Port

BTS Type

Number of

Cable color

Device

Device Port

Number

 

the Cable

       

4

 

X1.1/X1.2

Orange white/orange

5

BBU Boolean

X1.3/X1.6

Green white/green

UPEU (The Boolean alarms of a UPEU are reported on the GTMU)

EXT-ALM1

6

alarm cable

X1.5/X1.4

Blue white/blue

The UPEU is in slot 19 of frame 0. The GTMU is in slot 6 of frame 0.

7

X1.7/X1.8

Brown white/white

BTS3900

 

0

 

X1.1/X1.2

Orange white/orange

 

1

BBU Boolean

X1.3/X1.6

Green white/green

EXT-ALM0

2

alarm cable

X1.5/X1.4

Blue white/blue

 

3

X1.7/X1.8

Brown white/white

External Alarm Configuration Procedure

External Alarm Configuration Procedure

2 Setting the Boolean Alarm of the BBU

2.1 Setting the Boolean Alarm of the BBU on the BSC6900

Step 1: As shown in figure 1, set the alarm name, alarm level, and the gateway categories on the MML. The command used on the MML is SET ENVALMPARA. The alarm ID here is the alarm ID of the port to be set.

. The alarm ID here is the alarm ID of the port to be set. Figure

Figure 1

Step 2: In the MML input serial port, type the SET BTSENVALMPORT command to set the high and low voltage levels of the dry contacts on the UPEU.

high and low voltage levels of the dry contacts on the UPEU. Figure 2 Note :

Figure 2

Note: For the current BTS in the BSC6900, the numbers of the ports on the PEU in both upper and lower parts of the PEU are in range of 0 to 7.

Step 3: Use the MML command (LST BTSENVALMPORT) to check whether the numbers of the ports where dry contacts are set and the alarm levels are correctly set.

External Alarm Configuration Procedure

External Alarm Configuration Procedure

External Alarm Configuration Procedure 2.2 Alarm ID of the Boolean Alarm The alarm ID of Boolean

2.2 Alarm ID of the Boolean Alarm

The alarm ID of Boolean alarm which can be defined by the user starts from 65033 to 65533.