Alpha Lectro 60V Specifications
AlphaNet™ DSM Series
External DOCSIS Transponder
Technical Manual
Model XP-EDH-A
Model XP-EDHEffective: June 2006
Alpha Technologies
Power
Alpha Technologies
®
AlphaNet™ DSM Series
External DOCSIS Transponder
Model XP-EDH-A
Technical Manual
745-838-B0-001, Rev. A
Effective Date: June 2006
Copyright © 2006
Alpha Technologies, Inc.
member of The
GroupTM
NOTE:
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batteries or other hardware, manufactured by Alpha or members of the Alpha Group, when used for an
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NOTE:
Photographs and drawings contained in this manual are only for illustrative purposes. These photographs and
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NOTE:
Review the written and illustrative information contained in this manual before proceeding. If there are
questions regarding the safe installation or operation of this powering system or enclosure, please contact
Alpha Technologies or your nearest Alpha representative.
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Table of Contents
Safety Notes .......................................................................................................................... 6
1.0
2.0
Introduction ................................................................................................................. 7
1.1
System Overview ............................................................................................. 8
1.2
LED Indicators ................................................................................................. 9
1.3
MAC Address ................................................................................................... 9
Installation................................................................................................................. 10
2.1
General Installation Information for Supported Power Supplies .................... 10
2.1.1 Mounting the Transponder ...................................................................11
2.1.2 Disconnecting DC Power .....................................................................11
2.1.3 Configuring the Interface Card .............................................................11
2.1.4 Wiring the Battery Harness ..................................................................11
2.1.5 Connecting the Power Supply Interface and Measurement Cables ... 12
2.1.6 Confirming the RF Drop ...................................................................... 12
2.1.7 Provisioning Network Connectivity ...................................................... 12
2.1.8 Configuring AM MIBS .......................................................................... 12
2.1.9 Setting the DOCSIS Configuration File Options.................................. 13
2.1.10 Verifying Operation.............................................................................. 13
3.0
Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies ................................................ 14
3.1
Alpha XM2 Series .......................................................................................... 14
3.2
3.1.1 USM2.5 Jumper Settings .................................................................... 14
3.1.2 USM2 Jumper Settings ....................................................................... 15
3.1.3 Connecting the XP-EDH-A to an XM2 Series Power Supply .............. 17
3.1.4 XM2 USM2 Output Voltage Calibration ............................................... 18
3.1.5 Provisioning the Network for the XM2 Series...................................... 18
Alpha XM Series Power Supply ..................................................................... 19
3.3
3.2.1 XM Series Jumper Settings................................................................. 19
3.2.2 Connecting the XP-EDH-A to a XM Series Power Supply .................. 20
3.2.3 XM USM Output Voltage Calibration ................................................... 21
3.2.4 Provisioning the Network for the XM Series........................................ 21
Alpha AM/AP Series Power Supply ............................................................... 22
3.3.1 Connecting the XP-EDH-A to an AM/AP Series .................................. 22
3.3.2 AM/AP Series Output Voltage Calibration ........................................... 24
3.3.3. Provisioning the Network for the AM/AP Series .................................. 24
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Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series Power Supply....................................................... 25
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.4.5.
Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Installation (Silver and Black) ............................... 25
Connecting the Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ (Silver and Black) ........................ 26
Connecting the Lectro ZTT ................................................................. 27
Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series Output Voltage Calibration........................... 28
Provisioning the Network for the Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series.................. 28
4.0
Proprietary Management Information Bases (MIBs)................................................. 29
5.0
Transponder Connector Pinouts ............................................................................... 30
6.0
Cable Selection Guide .............................................................................................. 31
7.0
Dimensions and Specifications ................................................................................. 34
8.0
7.1
Dimensions of XP-EDH-A .............................................................................. 34
7.2
Battery Cable Wiring Diagram ....................................................................... 35
Specifications............................................................................................................ 36
List of Figures and Tables
Fig. 1-1, AlphaNet DSM Series Model XP-EDH-A External DOCSIS Status Monitor Front Panel .................... 7
Fig. 1-2, XP-EDH-A Front Panel ......................................................................................................................... 8
Fig. 1-3, LED Status ........................................................................................................................................... 9
Fig. 1-4, MAC Address Label.............................................................................................................................. 9
Fig. 3-1, USM2.5 Switch/Jumper Settings ........................................................................................................ 14
Fig. 3-2, USM2 Settings for <48V and <20A .................................................................................................... 15
Fig. 3-3, USM2 Settings for <48V and >=20A .................................................................................................. 15
Fig. 3-4, USM2 Settings for 48V and <20A ...................................................................................................... 16
Fig. 3-5, USM2 Settings for 48V and >=20A .................................................................................................... 16
Fig. 3-6, XM2 Series Installation with Four Batteries........................................................................................ 17
Fig. 3-7, XM/XP Power Supply Universal Status Monitor ................................................................................. 19
Fig. 3-8, XM Series Installation with Three Batteries........................................................................................ 20
Fig. 3-9, AM/AP Series Installation with Three Batteries .................................................................................. 23
Fig. 3-10, Lectro ZTT+ Series Power Supplies ................................................................................................ 25
Fig. 3-11, Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series Silver and Black Installation .................................................................... 26
Fig. 3-12, Lectro ZTT Series Installation .......................................................................................................... 27
Fig. 7-1, Outline Dimensions of XP-EDH-A ...................................................................................................... 33
Fig. 7-2, Battery Cable Wiring Diagram ............................................................................................................ 35
Table 1-1, Number of Batteries and Strings........................................................................................................ 8
Table 4-1, Proprietary MIBs .............................................................................................................................. 29
Table 5-1, Transponder Connector Pinouts ...................................................................................................... 30
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Safety Notes
Review the drawings and illustrations contained in this manual before proceeding. If there are any questions
regarding the safe installation or operation of the system, contact Alpha Technologies or the nearest Alpha
representative. Save this document for future reference.
To reduce the risk of injury or death and to ensure the continued safe operation of this product, the following
symbols have been placed throughout this manual. Where these symbols appear, use extra care and
attention.
ATTENTION:
The use of ATTENTION indicates specific regulatory/code requirements that may affect the placement of
equipment and /or installation procedures.
NOTE:
A NOTE provides additional information to help complete a specific task or procedure.
CAUTION!
The use of CAUTION indicates safety information intended to PREVENT DAMAGE to material or
equipment.
WARNING!
WARNING presents safety information to PREVENT INJURY OR DEATH to the technician
or user.
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1.0 Introduction
The AlphaNet DSM Series Model XP-EDH-A External DOCSIS Transponder manages network
powering through the existing cable modem infrastructure.
A single transponder can monitor and manage one power supply and batteries. The transponder
transmits data to a management system over the network’s existing infrastructure. Standard SNMP
(Simple Network Management Protocol) provides access by any SNMP manager. Status Monitoring
information is compatible with ANSI/SCTE HMS standards.
The AlphaNet DSM Series transponder provides the tools needed to manage today’s network power
requirements, and the ability to upgrade for tomorrow’s needs.
Features:
•
DOCSIS 1.1 certified
•
Uses existing headend equipment
•
Compatible with ANSI/SCTE HMS standards
•
Single transponder supports a variety of power supply models: XM2, XM, AM, ZTT series
•
Embedded Web server for remote diagnostics
™
Fig. 1-1, AlphaNet DSM Series Model XP-EDH-A, External DOCSIS Transponder, Front Panel
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1.0
Introduction, continued
1.1
System Overview
The XP-EDH-A is designed for use with the following standby power supplies:
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•
•
•
XM2
XM
AM/AP
ZTT, ZTT+
The transponder hardware is the same for all applications and harness kits are available for
specific configurations.
The XP-EDH-A receives data from a Universal Status Monitoring Card on XM/XM2 series
power supplies, from the status monitor connector on Lectro ZTT power supplies, or from
the RPM card on AM power supplies. The transponder and power supply can be network
managed through your existing CMTS.
Power Supply
(XM2, XM, AM/AP, ZTT, ZTT+)
(Optional) Voltage In,
Voltage Out, Current Out
Sense Kits
ONLINE
R
US
To CMTS
R
F
DS
PWR
Power
Power LED
AlphaNet
0A C4 36
DSM Series
DOCSIS Transponder
Power Supply
MAC Address
Batteries
Battery
String
Battery
String
Battery
String
Fig. 1-2, XP-EDH-A Front Panel
Number of Batteries
Number of Strings (Voltage)
3
single 36VDC
4
single 48VDC
6
dual 36VDC
8
dual 48VDC
12
triple 48VDC
Table 1-1, Number of Batteries and Strings
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Introduction to the DOCSIS Transponder, continued
1.2
LED Indicators
The XP-EDH-A contains a DOCSIS 1.1 cable modem. The front panel contains one RF
connector and three multi-pin connectors.
The four LEDs indicate the following:
POWER: Indicates device has power
OFF:
No power.
ON:
Power on. (Battery harness connected to a battery
string.).
ONLINE: Indicates a two-way RF (radio frequency) connection.
OFF:
No communication.
Flickering ON:
Scanning for CMTS connection
ON:
Ongoing communication online with CMTS.
US (Upstream activity): Indicates data being transferred to the transponder
Flashing ON and OFF:
Normal operation.
OFF:
No power or malfunctioning transponder.
DS (Downstream activity): Indicates data being transferred from the transponder
Flashing ON and OFF:
Normal operation.
OFF:
No power or malfunctioning transponder.
Fig. 1-3, LED Status
1.3
MAC Address
Each transponder is assigned a unique Media Access Control (MAC) address, which is used
to communicate with the network. The first 6 digits of the MAC address (the Organizational
Unique Identifer (OUI)) for the transponder is 00-03-08. The complete address is located on
the label on the top of the device and in this example is 00 03 08 0B 6F DA.
MAC address
Fig. 1-4, MAC Address Label
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2.0 Installation
Before installing the XP-EDH-A into a power supply, review your system requirements and determine
the number of cable assemblies you need to monitor your HFC standby power supplies.
Note the following:
•
The types and quantities of each power supply type
•
Number of individual batteries per site (if you plan to increase the number of batteries in the
future, consider ordering additional battery harnesses)
•
Length of required battery harness (The standard 4 ft length battery harness is used in the typical
power supply cabinet where one to three battery strings are mounted in the trays underneath the
power supply shelf. If necessary, a 20 ft battery harness is available.)
•
The required number of interface cards (RPM, USM, USM2.5, etc.)
•
Number of 110V or 220V powered sites
NOTE:
The procedure for installing the XP-EDH-A into any supported power supply involves general information,
(information that is common to all the power supplies), and information specific to an individual type of power
supply. These installation instructions are divided into two sections to reflect this. It is recommended that you
read through the general instructions and then take note of any information specific to your power supply.
Also, installation of this product involves both field installation and the configuration of the system, including
network security, SNMP set-up, and other system provisioning. While those two procedures are handled
independently, they are presented together in the section specific to your power supply.
2.1
General Installation Information for Supported Power Supplies
There are a few basic steps to follow to install the XP-EDH-A into supported power supply
sites. The steps are either field steps or system configuration steps, and can be performed
independently.
Field installation steps are:
1. Mounting the transponder
2. Disconnecting the DC power
3. Wiring the battery harness
4. Connecting the power supply interface cables
5. Confirming the RF drop
System configuration steps are:
6. Installing and compiling the AM MIBS
7. Provisioning the network, MAC address
8. Setting the DOCSIS configuration file options
Finally:
9. Verifying the operation
Detailed information on each of these steps follow.
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Installing the Transponder, continued
2.1
General Installation for Supported Power Supplies, continued
2.1.1 Mounting the Transponder
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•
•
•
Place the transponder on the shelf inside the cabinet next to the power supply.
Do not place the transponder on top of the power supply.
Maintain access to the front of the transponder to ease the connection of the
cables.
Ensure the cabinet door can close without damaging the cables.
If appropriate, tie-wrap the harness to the handles on the inverter drawer.
NOTE:
Depending on the type of enclosure and the power supply you are using, it may be necessary to orient the
Service Power Inserter (SPI) vertically to provide space for the transponder.
CAUTION!
Backup capability is suspended with the DC breaker in the OFF position.
2.1.2 Disconnecting DC Power
•
Place the DC breaker in the OFF position
2.1.3 Configuring the Interface Card
Each power supply contains an interface card which provides the common
communication layer between the power supply and the transponder. The settings
needed for your power supply are located in the section specific to your power
supply.
2.1.4 Wiring the Battery Harness
CAUTION!
Incorrect connections may damage the equipment and invalidate the warranty. Double-check all connections.
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Prior to connecting the cables to the transponder, make all harness connections
to the batteries and interface connectors on the power supply. See the battery
diagrams for your specific power supply.
Double-check all connections. Incorrect connections may damage the
transponder or the power supply. Correct connections at the batteries are
extremely important to the proper operation of the power supply.
Ensure the the high current carrying cables and jumpers (heavy gauge black and
red cables) remain in direct contact to the battery terminals.
Never place the transponder battery harness lugs between the current carrying
jumper/cable lugs and the battery terminals. See the power supply installation
manual for more information.
In some cases there are more battery harness leads than there are batteries.
Connect all unused lugs to the same terminal as the V(-) lead, the same terminal
where the heavy gauge black cable from the inverter is connected. This prevents
residual voltage from being detected by the transponder.
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Installing the Transponder, continued
2.1
General Installation for Supported Power Supplies, continued
2.1.5 Connecting the Power Supply Interface and Measurement Cables
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•
•
Connect the power supply interface and measurement cables to the power
supply. Connections are dependent on the type of power supply configuration
you are using. See the section specific to your configuration.
It is important to be able to measure the site input line voltage. If you are
not using a USM2.5/XM2 power supply, then it is recommended you use a
transformer (110V and 220V available) to sample the commercial power at
the site. While it does not power the transponder, it makes it possible for the
transponder to report the actual line voltage. An additional transformer is not
necessary when using a USM2.5/XM2 power supply.
Use a surge protector within the cabinet when you are using a transformer to
measure line voltage. Most cabinets come equipped with a duplex outlet.
2.1.6 Confirming the RF Drop
•
An RF drop is required at the power supply site. The RF drop should not have
plant voltage.
•
The transponder contains a DOCSIS 1.1 cable modem. The downstream level
(DS) into the transponder should be between -15 and +15 dBmV.
2.1.7 Provisioning Network Connectivity
The transponder’s cable modem must be recognized by the CMTS as a valid device,
to be able to obtain an IP address from the DHCP server, locate the TFTP and
TOD servers, and communicate with the SNMP management server (trap receiver).
Different security methods are used to insure network integrity, some common issues
are:
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•
•
•
•
•
A “subscriber account” (where the subscriber is the transponder) may be required
for each transponder.
The transponder’s MAC address may have to be pre-loaded into the CMTS.
MAC filtering may have to be modified to allow MAC addresses starting with
00:10:3f:xx:xx:xx to be registered.
For SNMP access, UDP ports 161 & 162 must not be blocked.
Firewalls must allow communication between the cable modem and the various
servers noted above.
If the address of the TFTP and/or TOD server is different than the DHCP server,
the response from the DHCP server must contain the TFTP and TOD addresses.
2.1.8 Configuring AM MIBS
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•
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This step is not performed in the field, but at the network end of the installation.
There are two propriety MIBs (Management Information Base) from AM Networks
needed to configure the XP-EDH-A. See Section 4.0, Proprietary Management
Information Bases (MIBs) for detailed information.
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Installing the Transponder, continued
2.1
General Installation for Supported Power Supplies, continued
2.1.9 Setting the DOCSIS Configuration File Options
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•
This step is performed at the network end of the installation.
This file supplies the security and community string settings for the system, as
well as the software upgrade parameters. Set the community strings, matching
your DOCSIS cable modems. The following is an example:
Sets Read-Write
Community string. Set
the IP addresses and
community strings to fit
your system.
SNMP
SNMP
SNMP
SNMP
SNMP
MIB
MIB
MIB
MIB
MIB
Object
Object
Object
Object
Object
(11)
(11)
(11)
(11)
(11)
[Len=21]:docsDevNmAccessStatus.1/4
[Len=21]:docsDevNmAccesslp.1/192.168.1.0
[Len=21]:docsDevNmAccesslpMask.1/255.255.255.0
[Len=25]:docsDevNmAccessCommunity.1/"RWRWRWRW"
[Len=21]:docsDevNmAccessControl.1/3
Sets Read-Only
Community string. Set
the IP addresses and
community strings to fit
your system.
SNMP
SNMP
SNMP
SNMP
SNMP
MIB
MIB
MIB
MIB
MIB
Object
Object
Object
Object
Object
(11)
(11)
(11)
(11)
(11)
[Len=21]:docsDevNmAccessStatus.2/4
[Len=21]:docsDevNmAccesslp.2/192.168.1.0
[Len=21]:docsDevNmAccesslpMask.2/255.255.255.0
[Len=25]:docsDevNmAccessCommunity.2/"RORORORO"
[Len=21]:docsDevNmAccessControl.2/2
Sets firmware
download parameters.
Software Upgrade Filename(9) [Len=24]:"MODEM_Firmware_file.bin”
SNMP MIB Object (11) [Len=20]:docsDevSwAdminStatus.0/2
Software Upgrade TFTP Server (21) [Len=4]:192.168.1.51
Sets Code Verification
Certificate (CVC)
Manufacturer
Manufacturer
Manufacturer
Manufacturer
Code
Code
Code
Code
Verification
Verification
Verification
Verification
Certificate
Certificate
Certificate
Certificate
(32)
(32)
(32)
(32)
[Len=254]: 30 82 03 1A 30 82...
[Len=254]: 04 0A 13 11 41 4D...
[Len=254]: 04 0C 30 0A 06 01...
[Len=36]: 11 A3 41 A6 A7 D9....
2.1.10 Verifying Operation
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After the connections are complete and the transponder’s online LED is on solid,
indicating network connectivity, verify the site is visible on the appropriate cable
modem or computer network, and that all parameters being monitored are visible
and accurate.
Any standard Web browser on a personal computer configured for network
connectivity to the transponder should be able to read the XP-EDH-A Web
interface by simply pointing the Web browser to the IP address of the
transponder (for example, http://10.1.3.65).
Confirm that all cable harnesses are neatly dressed within the enclosure.
Verify that you can close the cabinet door, and move the battery tray in and out,
without contacting or damaging any of the cables.
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3.0 Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies
These are specific installation instructions for standby power supplies supported by the XP-EDH-A
transponder. Each set of instructions include the interface card settings, a system diagram, and the
output voltage calibration needed to successfully operate.
NOTE:
All settings and instructions specified here supercede information found in previous manuals.
NOTE:
When monitoring commercial line power, the XM2 (with the USM2.5 card) does not require an input voltage
transformer because the USM2.5 card provides a scaled voltage representing the line input to the power
supply. In this situation, the transponder makes the measurement via the interface cable connected to the
USM2.5 card.
3.1
Alpha XM2 Series
1. If commercial power is present at the site and the power supply is currently being
powered by commercial AC line voltage, then turn the battery breaker OFF on the inverter
module.
NOTE:
Turning the battery breaker OFF disables standby power.
2. Determine the characteristics of the power supply, such as the inverter voltage (36 or 48),
and the maximum capable output current (typically <20A or >20A).
3. Slide the inverter drawer out to gain access to the switches or jumpers located on the
various types of USM2 and USM2.5 cards. If you need to install a USMx card, refer to the
manual supplied with the card and complete the installation process.
4. Refer to the following diagram and adjust the switch settings to match your power supply.
5. Close the inverter module and tighten the retaining screws.
ATTENTION:
Alpha XM and XM2 power supply installations using USM2 (both new and old versions) and USM2.5 cards
require switch/jumper settings to be made for proper operation.
3.1.1 USM2.5 Jumper Settings
Settings for <48V an >=20A
Settings for 48V an <20A
Settings for <48V and <20A
Settings for 48V an >=20A
Fig. 3-1, USM2.5 Switch/Jumper Settings
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
3.1
Alpha XM2 Series, continued
3.1.2 USM2 Jumper Settings
(DC SCALING OF
JP2 OF OUTPUT VOLTAGE)
= JUMPERED
1
2
3
JP1
( 5V POSITION )
ON
FRONT
PANEL
ON
POWER
SUPPLY
CHASSIS
SW1
= ON
SW2
Fig. 3-2, USM2 Settings for <48V and <20A
JP2
(DC SCALING OF
OF OUTPUT VOLTAGE)
= JUMPERED
1
2
3
JP1
( 5V POSITION )
ON
FRONT
PANEL
ON
POWER
SUPPLY
CHASSIS
SW1
= ON
SW2
Fig. 3-3, USM2 Settings for <48V and >=20A
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
3.1
Alpha XM2 Series, continued
3.1.2
USM2 Jumper Settings, continued
JP2 (DC SCALING OF
OF OUTPUT VOLTAGE)
= JUMPERED
1
2
3
JP1
( 5V POSITION )
ON
FRONT
PANEL
ON
POWER
SUPPLY
CHASSIS
= ON
SW1
SW2
Fig. 3-4, USM2 Settings for 48V and <20A
JP2
(DC SCALING OF
OF OUTPUT VOLTAGE)
= JUMPERED
1
2
3
JP1
( 5V POSITION )
ON
FRONT
PANEL
ON
POWER
SUPPLY
CHASSIS
SW1
= ON
SW2
Fig. 3-5, USM2 Settings for 48V and >=20A
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PWR
POWER SUPPLY CABLE
USM2 power
supplies only
110V AC Line Input
( OPTIONAL )
SYSTEM
RF CABLE IN
18 PIN
BLACK
WIRE
16 PIN
14 PIN
Battery
AlphaNet
0A C4 36
DSM Series
DOCSIS Transponder
Power Supply
R
Power
DS
US
ONLINE
OUTPUT
N
L
SSR
LRI
N+1 N+1
OUTPUT 1
OUTPUT 2
transformer
module
BATTERY CABLE
BATTERY 1
BATT
VOLT
_
+
TEST
TEMP
PROBE
TMPR
S
Y
S
C
O
M
K
AC
BL
V
ORANGE
WIRE
GREEN
WIRE
-V
+ 12
BATTERY 2
BLACK
RED
BLACK
RED
+ 24
V
BATT
TEMP
PROBE
RED
WIRE
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
WIRES
PLACE
TEMP PROBE
BETWEEN
BATTERIES
BATTERY 3
+ 36
V
BROWN
WIRE
BATTERY 4
RED
Important!
Black Wire
Pin 1
Position 13 Pin Connector towards
the bottom so there are two male
open pins, tamper, at the top of the
power supply connector.
BLACK
BATTERY STRING 1
13 PIN CONN
Power Supply Interface
ALARM
ESC
UNLATCH RIBBON CABLE RETAINER
BEFORE FULLY REMOVING MODULE.
OUTPUT
BATTERY
INPUT
BATTERY
BREAKER
inverter
module
RE
Fig. 3-6, XM2 Series Installation with Four Batteries
YELLOW
WIRE
Fuse
XM
S E R I E S
BLK
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+V
YELLOW
WIRE
CAUTION!
RED
3.1
BLACK
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
Alpha XM2 Series, continued
3.1.3 Connecting the XP-EDH-A to an XM2 Series Power Supply
Below is a cable installation guide diagram with interface, four batteries and power to
an Alpha XM2 power supply with DC powering.
Improper wiring may damage the unit and void the warranty.
D
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
3.1
Alpha XM2 Series, continued
3.1.4 XM2 USM2 Output Voltage Calibration
You must calibrate the scaled output voltage of the USM2 cards. To calibrate the
output voltage, use a DC voltmeter and adjust the potentiometer located next to the
white 15-pin connector of the USM2 cards.
Determine if the power supply has a 60V or 90V nominal output.
NOTE:
This alignment procedure requires that the output neutral of the power supply is connected to the chassis of
the power supply. If you are performing the alignment on a bench, verify this connection is made.
To make a universal adjustment:
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•
Connect a DC voltmeter, Common or Minus side to the battery, (black) test point
on the inverter module front panel (or chassis); plus side to pin 4 of the USMx
connector. For reference, Pin 1 of the transponder connecter is the black wire.
For 60V XM2 power supplies, using USM2 or USM2.5 cards, adjust the
potentiometer (visible through a small round hole next to the 15 pin white
connector) until the DC voltage present at pin 4 is 9.00VDC.
For 90V XM2 power supplies, using USM2 or USM2.5 cards, adjust the voltage
at pin 4 to 13.5VDC.
3.1.5 Provisioning the Network for the XM2 Series
The transponder must be recognized by the CMTS as a valid device, be able to
obtain an IP address and communicate with the SNMP management server.
1. Load the transponder’s MAC address into the CMTS.
2. Compile the two MIBs onto a network manager or MIB browser software.
3. Setup SNMP using two AM propriety MIBs files
4. Set the AM MIBS points for the XM2 as follows:
For USM2
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.3.1.2 set to (2) (power supply
selection)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.5 set to (1) (output voltage
scaling)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.6 set to (1)for 110V powered
supply and (2) for 220V
See Section 4.0, Proprietary Management Information Bases (MIBs) for detailed
information.
5. Install and configure the DOCSIS configuration file. See Section 2.1.8 for a
sample file.
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
3.2
Alpha XM Series Power Supply
NOTE:
You may require a chipset upgrade for the USM and XM inverter drawer for proper operation with the XPEDH-A. Operating an XM series power supply with the XP-EDH-A with the wrong version chipset firmware
may result in intermittent or incorrect operation of the power supply. Contact your Alpha representative for
additional information.
1. If commercial power is present at the site, and the power supply is currently being
powered by commercial AC line voltage, turn the battery breaker OFF on the inverter
module.
NOTE:
When the battery breaker is turned OFF, standby power is disabled.
2. Slide the inverter drawer out to gain access to the USM card. Remove the USM/APM
assembly from the inverter drawer. To install the USM and APM cards, refer to the
manual supplied with the cards and complete the installation process.
3. Refer to the following diagram and adjust the jumper settings to match your power supply.
4. Reinstall the USM/APM assembly into the connector on the inverter drawer. Secure with
the screw and bracket.
5. Close the inverter module drawer.
3.2.1 XM Series Jumper Settings
Set to 0
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
2 1
R8
P3
3 2 1
P4
1
P5
1
P6
1
P1
POT ADJUST
RJ CONN
P2
2 1
5V
P7
24V
15V
POWER SUPPLY
INTERFACE CABLE
P8
1
2
3
P9
1
2
3
DC
AC
CUR
AC VOLTS
P13 P14
1
1
2
2
3
3
XM USM
= JUMPERED
Fig. 3-7, XM/XP Power Supply Universal Status Monitor
(as viewed from rear of power supply with main control module partially removed)
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PWR
POWER SUPPLY CABLE
ONLINE
US
16 PIN
14 PIN
Red/Green
wire
Cut
Here
18 PIN
FOR XM SERIES ONLY
CUT AND REMOVE A PIECE OF
RED/GREEN WIRE IF PRESENT
!
Black
wire
Side
View
BLACK
WIRE
18 PIN
Battery
YELLOW
WIRE
Power Supply
AlphaNet
0A C4 36
DSM Series
DOCSIS Transponder
Power
DS
CUT THE WIRE
Battery
IN UPPER LEFT POSITION
AS SHOWN. ANY WIRE COLOR.
110V AC Line Input
SYSTEM
RF CABLE IN
YELLOW
WIRE
Fuse
2
3
4
REMOTE
INDICATOR
LAMP
5
6
AC
OUTPUT
+
-
BATTERY
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
OFF
B
LA
K
C
CBL-PS-BAT-04-004 (4 FT LONG)
BATTERY CABLE
BATTERY 1
S E R I ES
XM
Alpha
Technoligies
BATTERY 2
V
+ 24
BATT
TEMP
PROBE
RED
WIRE
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
WIRES
PLACE
TEMP PROBE
BETWEEN
BATTERIES
BATTERY 3
RED
BLACK
RED
BLACK
+V
RED
YELLOW
WIRE
Important!
Black Wire
Pin 1
Position 13 Pin Connector towards
the bottom so there are two male
open pins, tamper, at the top of the
power supply connector.
BATTERY STRING 1
BLACK
BROWN
WIRE
ORANGE
WIRE
GREEN
WIRE
-V
V
+ 12
POWER SUPPLY INTERFACE
1
STANDBY
STATUS
RELAY
WARNING:
RED
20
BLACK
3.2
+3
6V
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
Alpha XM Series, continued
3.2.2 Connecting the XP-EDH-A to a XM Series Power Supply
Follow the diagram below to make all connections between the transponder and the
power supply site. The diagram is the cable installation guide drawing with interface,
three batteries, and power to an Alpha XM power supply with DC powering.
CAUTION!
Improper wiring may damage the unit and void the warranty.
Fig. 3-8, XM Series Installation with Three Batteries
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
3.2
Alpha XM Series, continued
3.2.3 XM USM Output Voltage Calibration
You must calibrate the scaled output voltage of the USM cards. To calibrate the
output voltage, use a DC voltmeter and adjust the potentiometer located next to the
white 15-pin connector of the USM cards. Refer to the Alpha USM Installation manual
for more information.
Determine if the power supply has a 60V or 90V nominal output.
NOTE:
This alignment procedure requires that the output neutral of the power supply is connected to the chassis of
the power supply. If you are performing the alignment on a bench, verify this connection is made. For installed
power supply sites, this connection is automatic inside the SPI box.
To make a universal adjustment:
•
•
•
Connect a DC voltmeter, Common or Minus side to the battery, (black) test point
on the inverter module front panel (or chassis); plus side to pin 4 of the USM
connector. For reference, Pin 1 of the transponder connecter is the black wire.
For 60V power supplies, using the USM card, adjust the voltage at pin 4 to
15.0VDC.
For 90V power supplies, USM card, adjust the voltage at pin 4 to 22.5VDC.
3.2.4 Provisioning the Network for the XM Series
The transponder must be recognized by the CMTS as a valid device, be able to
obtain an IP address and communicate with the SNMP management server.
1. Load the transponder’s MAC address into the CMTS.
2. Setup SNMP using two AM propriety MIBs files.
3. Compile the two MIBs onto a network manager or MIB browser software.
4. Set the AM MIBS points for the XM as follows:
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.3.1.2 set to (3) (power supply
selection)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.5 set to (2) (output voltage
scaling)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.6 set to (1)for 110V powered
supply and (2) for 220V (input voltage measurement)
See Section 4.0, Proprietary Management Information Bases (MIBs) for detailed
information.
5. Install and configure the DOCSIS configuration file. See Section 2.1.8 for a
sample file.
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3.3
Alpha AM/AP Series Power Supply
1. If commercial power is present at the site, and the power supply is currently powered by
commercial AC line voltage, turn the battery breaker OFF on the power supply.
2. If not already installed, install the RPM card. Refer to the instructions that come with this
assembly.
WARNING!
Installing the XP-EDH-A transponder requires temporarily disconnecting the output of the
power supply to the cable plant to insert one of the transponder harnesses in series with
the power supply output. This is necessary so the transponder can measure both the output
voltage and output current.
If a short power interruption is not feasible, you must use an alternate source of system
power during the installation of the transponder.
3.3.1 Connecting the XP-EDH-A to an AM/AP Series
Follow Fig. 3-9 to make connections between the transponder and the power supply
site.
Figure 3-9 is the cable installation guide for the power supply interface, three
batteries, and the Alpha AM/AP power supply.
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+
-
1
BATT
2
14 PIN
Power
S
E
R
I E
S
RED
BLACK
RED
BLACK
/AP
AM
s
ha ligie
Alp chno
Te
16 PIN
YELLOW
WIRE
WARNING:
+
-
2
1
BATT
7
LAMP
6
5
4
OUTPUT
3
9 COM
8 NO
10 NC
S
E
R
I E
S
BATTERY 1
BLACK
RED
/AP
AM
ha ligies
Alp chno
Te
BL
K
AC
RED
BLACK
-
TO
BATTERIES
+
ORANGE
WIRE
BROWN
WIRE
BATTERY 2
V
+24
BATTERY STRING 1
BLACK
BATT
TEMP
PROBE
RED
WIRE
POWER SUPPLY INTERFACE
GREEN
WIRE
-V
V
+12
BATTERY CABLE
RED
BLACK
BLACK WIRE
PIN 1
POWER SUPPLY INTERFACE
LARGER PARTIAL VIEW
BLACK
WIRE
18 PIN
Battery
AlphaNet
0A C4 36
DSM Series
DOCSIS Transponder
Power Supply
R
IMPORTANT
POSITION THE 13 PIN CONNECTOR
TO THE RIGHT, AS SHOWN , SO THE
TWO OPEN PINS, TAMPER, ARE TO THE LEFT
CBL-PS-INTRFC-01-002
7
LAMP
6
5
4
OUTPUT
3
BLACK
BLACK WIRE
PIN 1
9 COM
8 NO
10 NC
PWR
DS
POWER SUPPLY CABLE
110V AC Line Input
SYSTEM
RF CABLE IN
US
ONLINE
CBL-PS-INTRFC-01-001
RED
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
WIRES
PLACE
TEMP PROBE
BETWEEN
BATTERIES
BATTERY 3
BLACK
RED
+V
YELLOW
WIRE
3.3.1
CBL-PS-BAT-04-004
3.3
+3
6V
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
AM/AP Series Power Supply, continued
Connecting the XP-EDH-A to a AM/AP Series, continued
CAUTION!
Improper wiring may damage the unit and void the warranty.
Fig. 3-9, AM/AP Series Installation with 3 Batteries
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
3.3
AM/AP Series, continued
3.3.2 AM/AP Series Output Voltage Calibration
No calibration is necessary for the AM/AP power supply.
3.3.3. Provisioning the Network for the AM/AP Series
The transponder must be recognized by the CMTS as a valid device and be able to
obtain an IP address and communicate with the SNMP management server.
1. Load the transponder’s MAC address into the CMTS.
2. Setup SNMP using the two AM propriety MIBs files.
3. Compile the two MIBs onto a network manager or MIB browser software.
4. Set the AM MIBS points for the AM/AP as follows:
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.3.1.2 set to (4) (power supply
selection)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.5 set to (3) (acNormal for
output voltage measurement)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.6 set to (1)for 110V powered
supply and (2) for 220V (input voltage measurement)
See Section 4.0, Proprietary Management Information Bases (MIBs) for detailed
information.
5. Install and configure the DOCSIS configuration file. See Section 2.1.8 for a
sample file.
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
3.4
Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series Power Supply
There are two forms of the Lectro ZTT+ Series power supplies. You can easily identify one
type from the other by checking the round 6-pin DIN connector located on the lower left side
of the front panel:
•
Early units have a solid black DIN connector.
•
Later units, including those being produced now, have a silver band around the DIN
connector.
Early unit with solid black connector
Present unit with silver band on connector
Fig. 3-10, Lectro ZTT+ Series Power Supplies
Procedures for installing the XP-EDH-A with both types of Lectro ZTT+ Series power supplies
follow and are differentiated by a silver or black designation.
CAUTION!
Installing the XP-EDH-A transponder at Alpha/Lectro ZTT+, or ZTT sites requires temporarily disconnecting
the output of the power supply to the cable plant to insert one of the transponder harnesses in series with the
power supply output. This is necessary so the transponder can measure both the output voltage and output
current.
If a short power interruption is not feasible, you must use an alternate source of system power during the
installation of the transponder.
3.4.1 Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Installation (Silver and Black)
1. If commercial power is present at the site and the power supply is currently
powered by commercial AC line voltage, turn the battery breaker OFF on the
power supply.
NOTE:
Turning the battery breaker OFF disables the standby power supply.
2. Locate the transponder interface cable with the 6-pin type DIN connector. This
harness has a selectable switch near the silver 6-pin shell. Place the switch in
the ZTT+ Silver position or in the Black position depending on what type of power
supply you are using.
3. Make all other harness connections following the diagram in Fig. 3-11.
4. If a site tamper switch is employed, connect the two lugs within the harness to
the connections on the door switch.
5. Place the DC breaker back to the ON position.
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A
ZTT
+SLVR
+BLK
SYSTEM
RF CABLE IN
SILVER RING DIN , ZTT+
MOVE THE SWITCH ON CABLE ASSY
TO THE " +SLVR " POSITION
BLACK RING DIN , ZTT+
MOVE THE SWITCH ON CABLE ASSY
TO THE " +BLK " POSITION
V
FAULT / STANDBY
ALERT
NORMAL
DS
US
Power
ONLINE
OFF
ON
DC
R
CBL-PS-INTFC-02-003
TAMPER
TAMPER
GROUND
YELLOW
WIRE
120VAC
TO
9VAC
BLACK
RED
BATTERY CABLE
BLACK
RED
BATTERY 1
3
-V +
GREEN
WIRE
K
AC
BL
6V
V
+12
BROWN
WIRE
ORANGE
WIRE
BATTERY 2
Fig. 3-11, Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series Silver and Black Installation
Battery
18 PIN
POWER OUTPUT CABLE
WITH TRANSFORMER
36 VDC
60/90 VAC
ZTT / Plus
AlphaNet
0A C4 36
DSM Series
DOCSIS Transponder
+
BATTERY
_
CABLE
AC OUT
Power Supply
POWER SUPPLY
INTERFACE CABLE
PWR
AC
MULTIPLE POWER INPUTS
TURN OFF BOTH SWITCHES
TO FULLY REMOVE POWER
TO
LOAD
Improper wiring may damage the unit and void the warranty.
CAUTION!
V
+24
BATT
TEMP
PROBE
RED
WIRE
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
WIRES
PLACE
TEMP PROBE
BETWEEN
BATTERIES
BATTERY 3
RE
ND
+V
YELLOW
WIRE
NOTE:
OU
3.4
GR
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series Power Supply, continued
3.4.2 Connecting the Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ (Silver and Black)
The Lectro ZTT+ installation diagram is the same for both the black and silver connector with the
exception of the switch setting on the interface harness. For a black connector, set the switch to the ZTT+
black position and for a silver connector, set the switch to the silver position.
D
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745-838-B0-001
SYSTEM
RF CABLE IN
ZTT POWER SUPPLY
MOVE THE SWITCH
ON CABLE ASSY
TO THE " ZTT " POSITION
36V
LO BAT WARN
LO BAT OFF
FLOAT
CHARGE
CHECK BAT
NORMAL
STANDBY
OVERLOAD
ZTT
+SLVR
+BLK
0
0
0
0
AC VOLTS
0
0
0
DS
US
0
0
Power
ONLINE
0
OFF
ON
C
D
POWER SUPPLY
INTERFACE CABLE
PWR
C
A
ZTT
R
0
0
0
0
AC AMPERES
0
0
0
RED
BLACK
BLACK
Battery
YELLOW
WIRE
18 PIN
TO
LOAD
RED
TAMPER
TAMPER
GROUND
120VAC
TO
9VAC
POWER OUTPUT CABLE
WITH TRANSFORMER
0
AlphaNet
0A C4 36
DSM Series
DOCSIS Transponder
0
0
+
BATTERY
_
CABLE
AC OUT
Power Supply
36 VDC
90 VAC
MULTIPLE POWER INPUTS
TURN OFF BOTH SWITCHES
TO FULLY REMOVE POWER
OU
ND
K
AC
BL
+12
6V
V
-V +3
GREEN
WIRE
BATTERY CABLE
BATTERY 1
BROWN
WIRE
ORANGE
WIRE
BATTERY 2
V
+2 4
BATT
TEMP
PROBE
RED
WIRE
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
WIRES
PLACE
TEMP PROBE
BETWEEN
BATTERIES
BATTERY 3
+V
YELLOW
WIRE
3.4
GR
3.0
Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series Power Supply, continued
3.4.3 Connecting the Lectro ZTT
Installation of the Lectro ZTT is the same as that for the ZTT+ series except for moving the switch located in the interface harness to the ZTT position.
D
RE
CBL-PS-INTFC-02-002
Fig. 3-12, Lectro ZTT Series Installation
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Installation Instructions for Specific Power Supplies, continued
3.4
Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series Power Supply, continued
3.4.4 Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series Output Voltage Calibration
No calibration is necessary for the ZTT+ Series power supplies.
3.4.5. Provisioning the Network for the Alpha/Lectro ZTT+ Series
The transponder must be recognized by the CMTS as a valid device, and be able to
obtain an IP address and communicate with the SNMP management server.
1. Load the transponder’s MAC address into the CMTS.
2. Setup SNMP using the two AM propriety MIBs files.
3. Compile the two MIBs onto a network manager or MIB browser software.
4. Set the AM MIBS points for the Lectro ZTT+/ZTT(silver or black DIN) as follows:
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.3.1.2 set to (7) (ZTT+ power
supply selection)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.5 set to (3) (acNormal for
output voltage measurement)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.6 set to (1)for 110V powered
supply and (2) for 220V (input voltage measurement)
-orOid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.3.1.2 set to (6) (ZTT power supply
selection)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.5 set to (3) (acNormal for
output voltage measurement)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.6 set to (1)for 110V powered
supply and (2) for 220V (input voltage measurement)
See Section 4.0, Proprietary Management Information Bases (MIBs) for detailed
information.
5. Install and configure the DOCSIS configuration file. See Section 2.1.8 for a
sample file.
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4.0 Proprietary Management Information Bases (MIBs)
You need to use two proprietary MIBs from AM Networks to successfully configure the XP-EDH-A to
use the power supplies described in this manual. Compile these two MIBs onto a network manager or
MIB browser software.
To see a specific example of a MIBs file for a particular power supply, see that section of the manual.
The objects available are:
Object
amDocsisDevicesTable
amDocsisOPVoltageScaling
amDocsisInputVoltageMeasScaling
Description
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.3.1.2
Set to the type of supply being monitored:
alphaXM2 (2) default
alphaXM (3)
alphaAM/AP (4)
lectroSentryII (5)
lectroZTT (6)
lectroZTTPlus (7)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.5
Set to 1 for DC powered transponders in Alpha XM2 type
supplies using USM2 or USM2.5 cards.
Set to 2 for DC powered transponders in Alpha XM type
supplies using USM cards.
Set to 3 for legacy power supplies (AM/AP, Lectro ZTT, ZTT+)
Oid: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2183.2.3.6.6
Set to 1 (default) for 110V powered supplies (Alpha or Lectro)
Set to 2 for 220V powered supplies (Alpha or Lectro)
Note: Presently this object is used in conjunction with Alpha’s
110V or 220V wall/brick transformers to sample the input line
voltage.
The scaled voltage available in the Alpha USM2.5 cards report
the input line voltage.
Table 4-1, Proprietary MIBs
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5.0 Transponder Connector Pinouts
Connector
Pinouts
Pins numbered right to left, facing front panel,
A = top row, B= bottom row
Battery Interface
A1 Battery 5+
A2 Battery 6+
A3 Battery 7+
A4 Battery 9+
A5 Battery 10+
A6 Battery 11+
A7 N/C
A8 N/C
A9 Chassis Ground
B1 N/C
B2 Battery V+
B3 Battery 3+
B4 Battery 2+
B5 Battery 1+
B6 Battery Reference VB7 Temperature Probe Power
B8 Temperature Probe Signal
B9 Temperature Probe Ground
Power Supply Interface (16 Pin)
Connector J1
A1 Charging Current
A2 Major Alarm
A3 Tamper
A4 Minor Alarm
A5 Inverter Status
A6 Output Current1
A7 Total Battery Voltage
A8 Output Current2
B1,B2 GND
B3 AC Input Voltage
B4 Inverter Control
B5 Spare Analog Input
B6 AC Power to the Transponder (Hot)
B7 AC Power to the Transponder (Neutral)
B8 Spare Input1
Power Supply Interface (14 Pin)
Connector J2
A1 Output Current1
A2 Output Current2
A3 Output Current3
A4 N/C
A5 N/C
B1-B5 GND
A6 Scaled AC Line Voltage Input
B6 GND
A7 AC to the Transponder (Hot)
B7 AC to the Transponder (Neutral)
Table 5-1, Transponder Connector Pinouts
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6.0 Cable Selection Guide
Interface cables :
XM , XM2 power supplies
CBL-PS-INTFC-01-003
CBL-PS-INTFC-01-003
(Alpha P/N 875-565-10)
AM / AP power supplies
CBL-PS-INTRFC-01-002
CBL-PS-INTFC-01-002
(Alpha P/N 875-564-10)
T
NEUT
HO
Lectro ZTT & ZTT+ power supplies
CBL-PS-INTFC-02-005
ND
OU
GR
(Alpha P/N 875-566-10)
CBL-PS-INTFC-02-005
TA
MPE
R
ZT
T
Z
SILTT+
VE
Z
R
BLTT+
AC
K
3 POSITION
SWITCH
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Cable Selection Guide, continued
Battery Cables:
-V
+12V
3 or 4 batteries
+24V
CBL-PS-BAT-04-XXX
+36V
+V
CBL-PS-BAT-04-004
Alpha P/N 875-552-10
CBL-PS-BAT-04-020
Alpha P/N 875-559-10
20 FT
4 FT
2+
24
2 +1
2
6 batteries
+V
CBL-PS-BAT-06-XXX
1 +24
1 +12
-V
CBL-PS-BAT-06-004
Alpha P/N 875-558-10
CBL-PS-BAT-06-020
Alpha P/N 875-559-10
4 FT
20 FT
2+
36
V
2+24
V
2+12V
8 batteries
+V
1+36V
CBL-PS-BAT-08-XXX
1+24V
V
1+12
-V
CBL-PS-BAT-08-004
CBL-PS-BAT-08-020
Alpha P/N 875-556-10
Alpha P/N 875-555-10
V
36
3+
4 FT
20 FT
3+
24
V
12 batteries
3+
12
V
2+
36
V
2+24
V
2+12V
+V
1+36V
CBL-PS-BAT-12-XXX
1+24V
V
1+12
-V
CBL-PS-BAT-12-004
Alpha P/N 875-554-10
4 FT
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CBL-PS-BAT-12-020
Alpha P/N 875-553-10
20 FT
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Cable Selection Guide, continued
Line Voltage Cables:
120VAC
TO
9VAC
XM , XM2 , AM/AP, 120VAC
CBL-PS-PWR-01-001
Alpha P/N 875-563-10
220VAC
TO
9VAC
XM , XM2 , AM/AP, 220VAC
CBL-PS-PWR-03-002
Alpha P/N 875-562-10
220V US
NEMA 6-15P
IEC C13
3 FT CORD
Lectro , 120VAC
CBL-PS-PWR-02-002
Alpha P/N 875-560-10
120VAC
TO
9VAC
Lectro , 220VAC
CBL-PS-PWR-04-001
Alpha P/N 875-561-10
220VAC
TO
9VAC
IEC C13
220V US
NEMA 6-15P
3 FT CORD
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7.0 Dimensions and Specifications
7.1
Dimensions of XP-EDH-A
R
Supplied By:
Alpha P/N: XXX-XXX-XX
Model No: XP-EDH-A
MAC ID: 00-03-08-0A-C4-36
AM Networks
S/N: 705590
OVERALL
TEMPORARY COVER FOR THREAD PROTECTION
ONLINE
R
US
DS
PWR
Power
AlphaNet
0A C4 36
DSM Series
DOCSIS Transponder
Power Supply
Batteries
Fig. 7-1, XP-EDH-A Dimensions in Inches
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7.0
Dimensions and Specifications, continued
7.2
Battery Cable Wiring Diagram
CAUTION!
The following diagram shows wiring to three batteries using a six battery cable.
BATTERY
STRING 1
BATTERY 2
1+1
2V
1+2
BROWN
WIRE
RED
BLACK
BATTERY 3
4V
D
RE
BATTERY 1
+V
RED
WIRE
YELLOW
WIRE
BATT
TEMP
PROBE
BLACK
GREEN
WIRE
V
24
2+
2+12V
-V
VIOLET
WIRE
GRAY
WIRE
PLACE
TEMP PROBE
BETWEEN
BATTERIES
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
WIRES
BATTERY CABLE
CBL-PS-BAT-06-004
Fig. 7-2, Battery Cable Wiring Diagarm
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8.0 Specifications
General Specifications
Hardware
General
Model:
Power Supplies Supported:
XP-EDH-A
XM2 (requires USM2 or USM2.5)
XM (requires USM)
Lectro ZTT, ZTT+
AM (requires APM card)
Firmware DOCSIS 1.1
Hardware DOCSIS 2.0
SNMPv1
DOCSIS Compatibility:
Monitoring Protocol:
RF Cable Interface:
F-connector, female, 75Ohm
LED Indicators:
CMTS Registration
Upstream Activity
Downstream Activity
Unit Power
Environmental:
-40 to 65°C
10 to 90% non-condensing humidity
Emissio ns:
EN50022 Class A and FCC Part 15 Class A
(Installed in power supply enclosure system)
Immunity:
Surge Test per Specification (IEEE C62.41-1991)
ESD Protection: ± 8kV air discharge, ± 6kV contact
discharge as per (IEC 61000-4-2)
Warranty:
2 years
Dimensi ons (in):
5.2D x 8.6W x 1.3H
RF Transmit/Receive
Tx Frequency Range:
Output Power:
Channel Bandwidth:
Receive Center Freq Range:
Input Level:
5 to 42MHz
8 to 55dBmV
6MHz
91 to 857MHz (Standard, HRC, IRC
-15 to 15dBmV
channels)
Monitored Parameters
Power Supply Data
Model:
XM2
XM
AM
ZTT Series
Major Alarm:
X
X
X
X
Minor Alarm:
X
X
X
X
Input Line Voltage:
X
X
Output Voltage:
X
X
X
X
Battery Voltage:
X
X
X
X
Output Current:
X
X
X
X
Standby/AC Line Fail:
X
X
X
X
Equipment/Test Fail:
X
X
X
Enclosure Door Status:
X
X
X
X
Remote Test Control:
X
X
X
X
1
X
1
X1
1
1
Notes:
1 Requires optional cable assembly
Number of Battery String:
Battery Data:
One to three of 36V or 48V
Individual Battery Voltages
Battery Compartment Temperature
Management
NMS/EMS:
• Standard SNMP Management Tools
HMS MIBs:
In addition to the standard DOCSIS MIBs, the transponder
supports the following HMS MIBs:
SCTE 25-3 (HMS-022):
SCTE 36 (HMS-050):
MIB SCTE 37 (HMS-072):
MIB SCTE 38-1 (HMS-026):
MIB SCTE 38-2 (HMS-023):
SCTE 38-3 (HMS-024):
MIB SCTE 38-4 (HMS-027):
MIB SCTE 38-6 (HMS-033):
MIB SCTE 38-7 (HMS-050):
Interface
Root
Tree
Property
Alarm MIB
Common
Power Supply
Generator
TIB MIB
Ordering Information
Model Number
XP-EDH-A
CBL-PS-INT-01-003
CBL-PS-INT-01-002
CBL-PS-INT-02-005
CBL-PS-PWR-01-001
CBL-PS-PWR-03-002
CBL-PS-PWR-02-002
CBL-PS-PWR-04-001
CBL-PS-BAT-04-004
CBL-PS-BAT-06-004
CBL-PS-BAT-08-004
CBL-PS-BAT-12-004
Description
AlphaNet DSM Series External DOCSIS Transponder
Interface cable, XM, XM2 power supplies
Interface cable, AM/AP power supply
Interface cable, Lectro ZTT, ZTT+ power supplies
Line voltage cable, XM, XM2, AM/AP, 120V
Line voltage cable: XM, XM2, AM/AP, 220V
Line voltage cable, Lectro 120VAC
Line voltage cable, Lectro 220VAC
Wire Kit, Battery Sense, 1x36V or 1x48V, 4’
Wire Kit, Battery Sense, 2x36V, 4’
Wire Kit, Battery Sense, 2x48V, 4’
Wire Kit, Battery Sense, 3x48V, 4’
* Other Battery Sense Wire Kits available, call Alpha for more information
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USA
Tel: +1 360 647 2360
Fax: +1 360 671 4936
Web: www.alpha.com
Alpha Technologies Ltd.
4084 McConnell Court
Burnaby, BC, V5A 3N7
CANADA
Tel: +1 604 430 1476
Fax: +1 604 430 8908
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Europe Ltd.
Twyford House
Thorley
Bishop's Stortford
Hertfordshire
CM22 7PA
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 0 1279 501110
Fax: +44 0 1279 659870
Alpha Technologies GmbH
Hansastrasse 8
D-91126 Schwabach
GERMANY
Tel: +49 9122 79889 0
Fax: +49 9122 79889 21
Alphatec, Ltd
P.O. Box 56468
Limassol, Cyprus
CYPRUS
Tel: +357 25 375675
Fax: +357 25 359595
AlphaTEK ooo
Khokhlovskiy Pereulok 16
Stroenie 1
109028 Moscow
RUSSIA
Tel: +7 495 916 1854
Fax: +7 495 916 1349
Alphatec Baltics
S. Konarskio G. 49
Vilnius 2009
LITHUANIA
Tel: +350 5 210 5291
Fax: +350 5 210 5292
Alpha Technologies
5 Avenue Victor Hugo
F-92140 Calmart France
FRANCE
Tel: +33 3 41 90 07 07
Fax: +33 1 41 90 93 12
Due to continuing product improvements, Alpha reserves the right to change specifications without notice.
Copyright © 2006 Alpha Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. Alpha is a registered trademark of Alpha Technologies. 745-838-B0-001, Rev.A.
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