ADC Campus RS Destop Unit User manual

ADC Campus RS Destop Unit User manual
CAMPUS-RS DESKTOP UNIT
USER MANUAL
Copyright
June 11, 2002
© 2002 ADC DSL Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
Trademark Information
ADC, Campus-384, Campus-768, Campus-E1, Campus-REX, Campus-Star, and
Campus-T1 are registered trademarks, and Campus-RS are trademarks of
ADC Technologies, Inc. No right, license, or interest to such trademarks is granted
hereunder, and you agree that no such right, license, or interest shall be asserted by
you with respect to such trademark. Other product names mentioned in this manual
are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
Disclaimer of Liability
Information contained in this document is company private to ADC DSL Systems, Inc.,
and shall not be modified, used, copied, reproduced or disclosed in whole or in part
without the written consent of ADC.
Contents herein are current as of the date of publication. ADC reserves the right to
change the contents without prior notice. In no event shall ADC be liable for any
damages resulting from loss of data, loss of use, or loss of profits, and ADC further
disclaims any and all liability for indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other
similar damages. This disclaimer of liability applies to all products, publications and
services during and after the warranty period.
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Campus-RS Desktop Unit
Using This Manual
USING THIS MANUAL
This manual provides information on how to:
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locate the features of the ADC Campus-RS™ Desktop Unit
•
install a ADC interface card into the Desktop Unit
•
test the Desktop Unit
•
connect the Desktop Unit to an HDSL line
•
contact ADC for assistance
Two types of messages, identified by icons, appear in the text.
Notes indicate special circumstances.
Cautions indicate the possibility of either personal injury or
equipment damage.
UNPACK AND INSPECT THE SHIPMENT
Upon receiving the Campus-RS Desktop Unit:
•
Unpack each container and inspect the contents for signs of damage. If
the equipment has been damaged in transit, immediately report the extent
of damage to the transportation company and to ADC. Order
replacement equipment, if necessary.
•
Check the packing list to ensure complete and accurate shipment of each
listed item. If the shipment is short or irregular, contact ADC as
described in “Certification and Warranty” on the inside back cover.
If you need to store the unit for several days or more before installing it, return
it to the original packaging.
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Campus-RS Desktop Unit
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: About the Product_________________________1-1
Features of the Desktop Unit............................................................. 1-3
HDSL Reach and Transmission Rate ................................................ 1-5
Chapter 2: Setting Up and Testing the Desktop Unit ______2-1
Surge Protection ................................................................................ 2-1
Protecting Multiple Campus-RS Desktop Units from Overheating.. 2-2
Installing an Interface Card ............................................................... 2-3
Determine the Correct HDSL Operating Mode ................................ 2-3
Set the HDSL Operating Mode and Transmission Rate.................... 2-5
Standard Mode Configuration ............................................. 2-6
Extended Mode Configuration ............................................ 2-6
Set the HDSL Transceiver Mode ...................................................... 2-7
Operating with Legacy Campus Products ......................................... 2-7
Test the HDSL Port ........................................................................... 2-9
Test the Data Port ............................................................................ 2-11
Chapter 3: Deploying the Desktop Unit _________________3-1
Set Up the HDSL Line ...................................................................... 3-1
Dual-Loop Line ................................................................... 3-2
Single-Loop Line................................................................. 3-3
Connect the Desktop Unit to the HDSL Line.................................... 3-4
Complete System Installation............................................................ 3-5
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Appendix A: Technical Specifications __________________A-1
Appendix B: The Documentation Set ___________________B-1
Appendix C: Product Support ________________________C-1
MIBs .................................................................................................C-2
Certification and Warranty _____________ Inside Back Cover
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Campus-RS Desktop Unit
ABOUT THE PRODUCT
1
The Campus-RS (Rate Selectable) Desktop Unit, with an RS interface card
installed, comprises half of a High-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL)
transmission system. When connected to another Desktop Unit or to a Line
Unit installed in a Campus-RS chassis, the Desktop Unit can transport
digitized voice, data, and video signals over existing copper wire at a number
of different HDSL transmission rates.
The interface card installed in the Desktop Unit determines
the HDSL transmission rates available. Some cards may
support fewer rates or only one rate. Refer to the interface
card user manual to determine the available HDSL
transmission rates for the system.
The Campus-RS system is compatible, over the HDSL link, with legacy
Campus products. You can connect the Campus-RS Desktop Unit, through
the HDSL link, to a Campus-E1®, Campus-T1®, or Campus-768® Desktop
Unit or Line Unit. The Campus-RS system is not compatible with
Campus-384® Desktop Units or Line Units.
All legacy Campus products were manufactured to operate at a single HDSL
transmission rate. The Campus-RS standard HDSL Operating Mode supports
three preset transmission rates when establishing an HDSL link between
Campus-RS products and legacy Campus products:
•
2.048 Mbps (E1)
•
1.544 Mbps (T1)
•
768 kbps
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When connecting to another Campus-RS Desktop Unit or Campus-RS Line
Unit, the three standard HDSL transmission rates are available. In addition,
the Desktop Unit can be configured to support an extended HDSL Operating
Mode, as follows:
•
Over a single-loop connection, the Desktop Unit supports rates from
64 kbps to 2304 kbps in 64 kbps increments, depending on the interface
card.
•
Over a dual-loop connection, the Desktop Unit supports rates from
256 kbps to 4608 kbps in 128 kbps increments, depending on the
interface card.
While the Desktop Unit supports all the rates listed above, the
actual rates available depends on the interface card installed
in the Desktop Unit. For example, the Campus Fractional
Interface Card supports the full range of transmission rates,
while the CSU/DSX-1 Interface Card only supports the T1
standard rate. Refer to the interface card user manual for a list
of rates supported by the card.
The transmission rate you select depends on the type of copper infrastructure
and the physical layout of the network. The extended HDSL Operating
Modes provide a way to make trade-offs between the reach of the HDSL line
and the transmission rate.
The default setting for the HDSL Operating Mode depends upon the interface
card. If necessary, change the HDSL Operating Mode and associated
parameters through the system configuration menus. Refer to the interface
card user manual for more information about the system configuration
menus.
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About the Product
FEATURES OF THE DESKTOP UNIT
This illustration shows the front of the Campus-RS Desktop Unit and the
following table describes its features.
HDSL LED
LCD
Menu buttons
CAMPUS RS
HDSL
Next
Test
Escape
Enter
Port
Port LED
Test LED
Feature
Function
HDSL LED
Indicates the status of the HDSL link. The LED:
• flashes green to indicate that the Desktop Unit has detected a
remote unit and is attempting to establish the HDSL link
• lights solid green to indicate that the HDSL link is active with no
alarms
• flashes red to indicate a major alarm (the link is down)
• lights solid red to indicate a minor alarm
• flickers red to indicate an acknowledged alarm (a)
Test LED
Indicates the presence of a test or loopback condition. The LED:
• lights solid amber to indicate a loopback condition
• flashes amber to indicate a test condition
Port LED
Indicates the status of the data port. The LED:
• lights solid green to indicate no alarms
• flashes red to indicate a major alarm
• lights solid red to indicate a minor alarm
• flickers red to indicate an acknowledged alarm (a)
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Feature
Function
LCD
Displays configuration menu options and status information.
Menu buttons
Provide access to configuration options and system information:
• Next scrolls to the next LCD menu or option at the same level of
the menu structure.
• Enter selects the displayed LCD menu or option.
• Escape returns to the previous LCD menu selection.
(a) To acknowledge a minor alarm, press and hold the Escape button on the front panel for
three seconds.
This illustration shows the back of the Campus-RS Desktop Unit and the
following table describes its features.
Console port
Interface card slot
CAMPUS • RS
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Power connector
Power button
ON
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HDSL line port
Feature
Function
CONSOLE port
RJ-45 (RS-232 compatible) port that provides a connection to an
ASCII terminal to configure and monitor the Campus-RS system.
HDSL LINE port
RJ-45 port that connects to the HDSL transmission line.
Interface card slot
Slot for installing a Campus interface card.
Power button
Turns the Desktop Unit on and off.
Power connector
Standard IEC-320 connector provides a connection for a cord to
power the unit.
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About the Product
HDSL REACH AND TRANSMISSION RATE
There are four components that determine the maximum transmission rate
and loop length of the HDSL line:
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the wire gauge of the line
•
the condition of the line (presence of bridge taps, splices, and so on)
•
whether the line uses one or two loops
•
the amount of noise on the line
The following charts on page 1-6 through page 1-7 show the maximum loop
length over the range of HDSL transmission rates for 26 AWG (.40 mm), 24
AWG (.51 mm), 22 AWG (.61 mm), and 19 AWG (.91 mm), respectively.
The shaded area on each chart shows a range of expected maximum loop
lengths that will provide a bit error rate (BER) of greater than 5E-8:
•
The best case (longest reach) is measured in a noiseless environment.
•
The worst case is measured using an industry-standard noise model that
simulates the cable pair in a bundle with 49 other cable pairs each
transmitting with similar frequency characteristics.
The actual reach will fall somewhere between these two cases, and will vary
according to such factors as the condition of the loop pairs, the presence of
bridge taps, splices, line noise, and so on.
Depending upon the desired data rate and wire gauge,
two-loop operation provides between 12% and 47% greater
reach than one loop operation at the same data rate. For
example, for a 24 AWG loop, a unit configured for two-loop
operation at 1152 kbps will have a maximum reach of
approximately 4.6 miles, whereas a one-loop configuration at
1152 kbps will have a maximum reach of approximately
3.0 miles.
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Campus-RS, Maximum Reach vs Rate
26 AWG (0.40 mm)
8.00
25.0
7.00
Reach (km)
5.00
15.0
4.00
10.0
3.00
Reach (kft)
20.0
6.00
2.00
5.0
1.00
2304/4608
2048/4096
1792/3584
1536/3072
1280/2560
1024/2048
768/1536
384/768
0.0
128/256
0.00
Data Rate, One Loop/Two Loops
(kbps)
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Campus-RS, Maximum Reach vs Rate
24 AWG (0.51 mm)
10.00
30.0
9.00
25.0
7.00
20.0
6.00
5.00
15.0
4.00
Reach (kft)
Reach (km)
8.00
10.0
3.00
2.00
5.0
1.00
2304/4608
2048/4096
1792/3584
1536/3072
1280/2560
1024/2048
768/1536
384/768
0.0
128/256
0.00
Data Rate, One Loop / Two Loops
(kbps)
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Campus-RS, Maximum Reach vs Rate
22 AWG (0.51 mm)
16.00
50.0
14.00
Reach (km)
10.00
30.0
8.00
20.0
6.00
Reach (kft)
40.0
12.00
4.00
10.0
2.00
0.0
2304/4608
2048/4096
1792/3584
1536/3072
1280/2560
1024/2048
768/1536
384/768
128/256
0.00
Data Rate, One Loop / Two Loops
(kbps)
4
Campus-RS, Maximum Reach vs Rate
19 AWG (0.51 mm)
25.00
80.0
70.0
20.00
50.0
15.00
40.0
10.00
30.0
Reach (kft)
Reach (km)
60.0
20.0
5.00
10.0
2304/4608
2048/4096
1792/3584
1536/3072
1280/2560
1024/2048
768/1536
384/768
0.0
128/256
0.00
Data Rate, One Loop / Two Loops
(kbps)
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SETTING UP AND TESTING
THE DESKTOP UNIT
2
This chapter describes how to install an interface card into the Campus-RS
Desktop Unit, set basic configuration options, and test the HDSL link.
Make sure the interface card you are installing is a
Campus-RS interface card. The Campus-RS Desktop Unit is
not compatible with previous versions of Campus interface
cards.
SURGE PROTECTION
To protect you and your Campus-RS devices, ADC recommends the use of a
dual line Network Interface Device (NID) with a gas tube or solid state
composition. The NID can protect a line unit in the Campus-Star chassis and
Campus-Star Desktop Units.
Most lines leased from your local telephone company already
have protection devices installed. Contact your telephone
company to see if your lines require additional protection.
For surge protection:
•
the maximum recommended breakdown voltage should not exceed
300 Vdc
•
carbon-based protection devices are not recommended
•
data line surge protectors can also be used
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Install the NID on the HDSL line between the HDSL jack and the Telephone
Company (Telco) demarcation point.
Telco demarcation point
HDSL line port
NID
HDSL
jack
Campus-RS Unit
HDSL line
ADC also suggests providing power line protection for critical circuits in high
lightning areas. Use conditioned AC voltage, furnished through an
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), that is bonded to a good facilities
ground. This provides additional protection against voltage transients
entering through the power lines.
PROTECTING MULTIPLE CAMPUS-RS DESKTOP
UNITS FROM OVERHEATING
If you plan to operate multiple Campus-RS Desktop Units in a confined area,
take the following precautions in order to avoid overheating the units:
•
Do not stack Desktop Units on top of each other
•
Do not place any object on top of the Desktop Units
•
Do not obstruct the cooling vents
For maximum thermal efficiency, ADC recommends using the CEN-604
shelf (part number 150-1212-01).
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INSTALLING AN INTERFACE CARD
You can install any ADC Campus-RS interface card into the Campus-RS
Desktop Unit.
To install the interface card:
1
Slide the card into the guide rails in the rear of the Desktop Unit.
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Gently press the card into place until it is seated firmly in the mating
connector.
3
Use the two screws on the card to secure into place.
DETERMINE THE CORRECT HDSL OPERATING
MODE
The Campus-RS Desktop Unit supports two operating modes:
•
Standard Mode provides HDSL compatibility with legacy Campus
products, such as the Campus-T1 Desktop Unit.
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•
Extended Mode provides a wide range of HDSL transmission rates when
the Desktop Unit is connected to another Campus-RS product.
The following illustration shows the operating modes available for the
possible Campus system configurations.
Two pairs
Standard Mode
Campus-RS
Standard Mode
Campus-RS
* Standard Mode or
Extended Mode
Campus-RS
Legacy Campus-T1/E1
One pair
Legacy Campus-768
One or two pairs
Campus-RS
* Depends on: Interface card capabilities, available/desired number of pairs, reach requirements.
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SET THE HDSL OPERATING MODE AND
TRANSMISSION RATE
This section provides basic instruction for setting the HDSL Operating Mode
and transmission rate. The actual steps depend on the interface card in the
Desktop Unit. Refer to the interface card user manual for a description of
configuration and implementation options.
LCD
Menu buttons
CAMPUS RS
HDSL
Next
Test
Port
Escape
Enter
To set the HDSL Operating Mode:
1
With the interface card installed, connect the Desktop Unit to a power
source.
2
Turn on the power to the Desktop Unit, using the power button on the
back panel.
The unit performs a power-on test. After completing the test, the LCD
displays:
MARGIN (LOC/RMT)
1:XX/XX 2:XX/XX
This indicates successful completion of the power-on test. If the unit fails
the test, the LCD displays an error code. If this happens, contact ADC
Technologies, following the instructions in “Product Support” on page
C-1.
3
Press Escape four times to go to the top level menu.
4
Press Next until HDSL LINK CONFIG & STATUS displays, then press
Enter. OPERATING MODE displays.
5
Continue with one of the following sections, depending on whether you
are using Standard Mode or Extended Mode.
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Standard Mode Configuration
This section continues from Step 5 in the previous section to set a standard
HDSL transmission rate.
1
If the Operating Mode is set to STANDARD, proceed to Step 3.
Otherwise, press Enter.
2
Press Next until STANDARD displays, then press Enter. The LCD
displays OPERATING MODE.
3
Press Next until HDSL RATE displays, then press Enter.
4
Press Next until the desired HDSL transmission rate displays, then
press Enter.
To continue testing and setting up the system, proceed to “Set the HDSL
Transceiver Mode” on page 2-7.
Extended Mode Configuration
This section continues from Step 5 on page 2-5 to set an extended HDSL
transmission rate.
1
If the Operating Mode is set to EXTENDED, skip to Step 3. Otherwise,
press Enter.
2
Press Next until EXTENDED displays, then press Enter. The LCD
displays OPERATING MODE.
3
Press Next until LOOP MODE displays, then press Enter.
4
Press Next to display either 2 LOOPS and 1 LOOP, then press Enter to
select the option displayed. The LCD displays LOOP MODE.
5
Press Next until HDSL RATE displays, then press Enter.
6
Press Next until the desired HDSL transmission rate displays, then
press Enter.
To continue testing and setting up the system, proceed to “Set the HDSL
Transceiver Mode” on page 2-7.
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SET THE HDSL TRANSCEIVER MODE
The Transceiver Mode option determines the hierarchy of the two Campus
units when attempting to establish an HDSL link. There are three settings:
•
If a unit is set to Master, it initiates the HDSL link. The other Campus
unit must be set to Slave or Auto.
•
If a unit is set to Slave, it waits for the other Campus unit to initiate the
HDSL link. The other unit must be set to Master or Auto.
•
If a unit is set to Auto, it automatically switches between Master and
Slave until an HDSL link is established. The setting of the other Campus
unit is irrelevant. This is the default setting.
The default setting of Auto Mode is the recommended setting, regardless of
the setting of the remote unit. To determine the current Transceiver Mode, or
to change the setting:
1
Press Escape four times to go to the top level menu.
2
Press Next until HDSL LINK CONFIG & STATUS displays.
3
Press Enter. OPERATING MODE displays.
4
Press Next until XCVR MODE displays, along with the current setting.
5
To change the setting, press Enter.
6
Press Next to scroll through the Transceiver Mode options until the
desired setting displays.
7
Press Enter to select the displayed setting. The LCD displays XCVR
MODE and the current setting.
OPERATING WITH LEGACY CAMPUS PRODUCTS
Campus-RS Desktop and Line Units are fully compatible with most of the
legacy Campus products, including Campus-E1, Campus-T1, and
Campus-768. The Campus-RS Desktop and Line Units are not currently
compatible with Campus-384 products.
Furthermore, if a Campus-RS unit is connected over an HDSL link to a legacy
Campus product, and if either unit has the HDSL Transceiver (XCVR) Mode
set to AUTO, the HDSL link may not operate properly.
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It is recommended that the Transceiver Mode be set as follows to avoid any
link startup or operation problems:
•
Campus-RS = MASTER
•
Campus E1/T1/768 = SLAVE
If one or both units are already set to AUTO and the HDSL link is active,
disconnect the HDSL link, change the settings as recommended, and
reconnect the link. This will assure the link integrity on any subsequent
startups.
This situation does not apply to a circuit with two Campus-RS
units. You may leave the units set to their default setting of
AUTO, and they will operate properly.
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TEST THE HDSL PORT
It is recommended that you test all Desktop Units at your location prior to
installing units at a remote site. This minimizes additional trips to the remote
site to troubleshoot problems.
It is also possible to test a Desktop Unit with a Line Unit installed in a
Campus-Star chassis. This requires creating a cable to connect the HDSL port
on the Desktop Unit to the port on the Campus-Star. Refer to the Campus-Star
user manual for the Campus-Star HDSL port pinouts.
To establish an HDSL link, the HDSL transmission rate must
be the same for each unit. Unless you have changed the
HDSL transmission rate for one of the units, both will be set
automatically to the factory default.
1
If you have not already done so, follow the instructions in “Surge
Protection” on page 2-1.
2
If you have not already done so, connect each Desktop Unit to a power
source.
3
Turn on the power to each Desktop Unit, using the power button on the
back panel.
Each unit performs a power-on test. After completing the test, the HDSL
LED on each unit flashes red and the LCD displays:
MARGIN (LOC/RMT)
1:XX/XX 2:XX/XX
This indicates successful completion of the power-on test. If either unit
fails the test, the LCD displays an error code. If this happens, contact
ADC, following the instructions in “Product Support” on page C-1.
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Connect one end of the black HDSL cable that came with the Desktop
Unit to the LINE port on the back panel of one unit.
5
Connect the other end of the cable to the LINE port on the of second unit.
The units attempt to synchronize the HDSL link. Synchronization may
take up to 60 seconds or several minutes, depending on the interface card.
During synchronization, the HDSL LED on each unit flashes green to
indicate that the units have detected each other and are establishing the
link.
After the link is synchronized, the HDSL LED on each unit stops
flashing. This indicates that the HDSL link is operating properly. If the
link does not synchronize, check the following:
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•
Follow the steps in “Set the HDSL Operating Mode and
Transmission Rate” on page 2-5 to ensure that the HDSL
transmission rate is the same for both units.
•
Follow the steps in “Set the HDSL Transceiver Mode” on page 2-7
to ensure that the Transceiver Mode is not set to Master for both
units or to Slave for both units.
•
If the link still does not synchronize, contact ADC.
Turn the power off and disconnect the cabling from both units.
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TEST THE DATA PORT
The data port of most Campus interface cards can be tested prior to installing
the Desktop Unit in a remote location. This minimizes the chance of having
to make additional trips to the remote site to troubleshoot problems.
To test the data port, initiate a loopback from the local data port toward the
local data port. Refer to the interface card user manual for instructions on
initiating loopbacks.
Some interface cards, such as the Campus-REX, do not
support loopbacks on the data port. Refer to the interface
card user manual to determine if such loopbacks are
supported.
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DEPLOYING THE
DESKTOP UNIT
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This chapter describes how to deploy the Desktop Unit into its operating
location.
SET UP THE HDSL LINE
Before you can connect the Campus-RS Desktop Unit to the HDSL line, you
must first connect and install the RJ-45 modular jack that came with the
Desktop Unit. You need needle-nosed pliers and a No. 2 standard screwdriver
to complete these steps.
You can connect the Desktop Unit to two different types of HDSL lines:
•
Dual-Loop uses two pairs of copper wire. See “Dual-Loop Line” on page
3-2.
•
Single-Loop uses a single pair of copper wire. See “Single-Loop Line”
on page 3-3.
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Dual-Loop Line
A dual-loop line requires two pairs of wire. Use the same wiring for both the
local and remote sites. A dual-loop line is compatible with all the standard
modes and extended modes supported by the interface card.
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1
Separate the two halves of the RJ-45 modular jack.
2
Connect the Tip wire for HDSL loop 1 to pin 1 of the jack.
3
Connect the Ring wire for HDSL loop 1 to pin 2 of the jack.
4
Connect the Ring wire for HDSL loop 2 to pin 4 of the jack.
5
Connect the Tip wire for HDSL loop 2 to pin 5 of the jack.
6
Proceed to “Connect the Desktop Unit to the HDSL Line” on page 3-4.
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Single-Loop Line
A single-loop line requires a single pair of wire. Use the same wiring for both
the local and remote sites. A single-loop line is compatible with the following
HDSL operating modes (see “Set the HDSL Operating Mode and
Transmission Rate” on page 2-5 to set the operating mode):
•
768 kbps Standard Mode
•
all Extended Modes, supported by the interface card, that are available
with the Loop Mode set to 1 Loop
To set up a single-loop line:
1
Separate the two halves of the RJ-45 modular jack.
2
Connect the Ring wire to pin 2 of the jack.
3
Connect the Tip wire to pin 1 of the jack.
4
Proceed to “Connect the Desktop Unit to the HDSL Line” on page 3-4.
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CONNECT THE DESKTOP UNIT TO THE
HDSL LINE
To finish setting up and connecting to the HDSL line:
1
Place the RJ-45 jack where you are going to install it and push the excess
wire into the punch box.
2
Use the two provided screws to screw the jack to the wall.
3
Snap the jack cover into place.
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Line port
HDSL cable
3-4
4
Plug one end of the provided black HDSL cable into the RJ-45 jack.
5
Plug the other end of the HDSL cable into the LINE port on the rear of
the Campus-RS Desktop Unit.
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Deploying the Desktop Unit
COMPLETE SYSTEM INSTALLATION
To continue the installation of your Campus-RS system and ready it for use:
1
Install the remote unit. This may be an interface card installed in another
Campus-RS Desktop Unit or an interface card and Campus-RS Line Unit
installed in a Campus-Star chassis.
2
Connect the remote unit cables according to the instructions in the
Campus-Star or Campus-RS Desktop Unit documentation.
3
Configure the system according to the instructions contained in the
interface card user manual installed in the system.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
A
HDSL Line
Signal Format
E1
Full Duplex 1040 kbps
2B1Q Line Code (two pair)
T1 (default)
Full Duplex 784 kbps
2B1Q Line Code (two pair)
768
Full Duplex 784 kbps
2B1Q Line Code (one pair)
Transmit Signal Power
+13.5 dBm (±1 dBm)
Connector
RJ-45
Return Loss
20 dB, 40 kHz to 200 kHz
Loop Provisioning Loss
E1
35 dB at 260 kHz at 135Ω
T1
35 dB at 196 kHz at 135Ω
768
35 dB at 196 kHz at 135Ω
One-Way Transmission Delay
Less than 300 microseconds
Physical
Height
2.0 inches (5.1 cm)
Width
7.4 inches (18.8 cm)
Depth
9.4 inches (23.9 cm)
Weight
less than 2.5 pounds (1.1 kg)
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Technical Specifications
Electrical Power Input
AC Version
120 Vac at 60 Hz or 220 Vac at 50 Hz
DC Version
-18 Vdc to -60 Vdc
DC input was evaluated from -18 Vdc to -72 Vdc. To stay in
compliance with Safety Regulations under EN60950, the DC
input must not exceed a magnitude of -60 Vdc.
Environmental
Operating Temperature
0° to 50°C
Relative Humidity
0 to 85%
Electromagnetic Emissions
Per FCC Part 15 Class A, CE
Safety Compliance
UL, CSA, CE, TÜV
ADC reserves the right to change features and specifications without notice.
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THE DOCUMENTATION SET
B
This table describes the user manuals and guides in the Campus-RS
documentation set.
Document
Description
Campus-Star User
Manual
Contains instructions for setting up and using a
Campus-Star. The manual includes instructions for
installing Line Units and interface cards into the
Campus-Star chassis.
Campus-RS Line Unit
User Manual
Describes the features of the Campus-RS Line Unit
and provides installation instructions.
Campus-RS Desktop
Unit User Manual
Describes the features of the Campus-RS Desktop
Unit and provides instructions for installing interface
cards, and connecting the unit to an HDSL line.
Campus Interface Card
User Manuals
Describes the features of the individual Campus
interface cards, one manual per card, and contains
instructions for configuring and monitoring the
system through the cards.
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The Documentation Set
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PRODUCT SUPPORT
C
ADC Customer Service Group provides expert pre-sales and post-sales
support and training for all its products.
Technical support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by contacting
the ADC Technical Assistance Center (TAC).
Sales Assistance
800.366.3891 extension 73000
(USA and Canada)
952.917.3000
Fax: 952.917.3237
• Quotation Proposals
Systems Integration
800.366.3891, extension 73000
(USA and Canada)
952.917.3000
• Complete Solutions (from concept to
installation)
• Ordering and Delivery
• General Product Information
• Network Design and Integration Testing
• System Turn-Up and Testing
• Network Monitoring (upstream or downstream)
• Power Monitoring and Remote Surveillance
• Service/Maintenance Agreements
• Systems Operation
ADC Technical Assistance
Center
800.638.0031
714.730.3222
Fax: 714.730.2400
Email: [email protected]
• Technical Information
Online Technical Support
• www.adc.com/Knowledge_Base/index.jsp
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• System/Network Configuration
• Product Specification and Application
• Training (product-specific)
• Installation and Operation Assistance
• Troubleshooting and Repair/Field Assistance
C-1
Product Support
Online Technical Publications
• www.adc.com/library1/
Product Return Department
800.366.3891 ext. 73748 or
952.917.3748
Fax: 952.917.3237
Email: repair&[email protected]
• ADC Return Material Authorization (RMA)
number and instructions must be obtained
before returning products.
All telephone numbers with an 800 prefix are toll-free in the USA and Canada.
MIBS
ADC Management Information Bases (MIBs) are available through the
Internet at http://www.adc.com. Do the following:
C-2
•
Select Customer Site.
•
Select Firmware/MIBs Updates.
•
When prompted, enter your password.
•
Select the SNMP MIBs for the product.
•
Download the appropriate firmware MIBS. These are self-extracting
files.
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CERTIFICATION AND WARRANTY
FCC COMPLIANCE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Product warranty is determined by your service agreement. Contact your sales representative or
Customer Service for details.
MODIFICATIONS
Any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by ADC DSL
Systems, Inc. voids the user's warranty.
All wiring external to the products should follow the provisions of the current edition of the
National Electrical Code.
SAFETY STANDARDS COMPLIANCE
This equipment has been tested and verified to comply with the applicable sections of the
following safety standards.
•
GR 63-CORE - Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) Requirements
•
GR 1089-CORE - Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Safety
•
Binational standard, UL-1950/CSA-C22.2 No. 950-95: Safety of Information Technology
Equipment
For technical assistance, refer to “Product Support” on page C-1.
ADC DSL Systems, Inc.
14402 Franklin Avenue
Tustin, CA 92780-7013
Tel:
714.832.9922
Fax: 714.832.9924
Technical Assistance
Tel:
800.638.0031
Tel:
714.730.3222
Fax: 714.730.2400
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