AIMA3000 Product User Manual

AIMA3000 Product User Manual
AIMA3000
Advanced Intelligent Multi-Service
Headend Platform
Product User Manual
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Australia, Melbourne
: tel. +61-3-8561-1400
China, Beijing
: tel. +86-10-5791-0655
Americas
: tel. +1-888-339-8805
EMEA, Netherlands
: tel. +31-36-536-8011
info@pbnglobal.com
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AIMA3000 Chassis Manual
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Contents
1
About This Manual ......................................................................................................................... 5
1.1
Chapter Overview .................................................................................................................... 5
1.2
Related Documentation ........................................................................................................... 5
1.3
Technical Support .................................................................................................................... 6
2
Precautions ..................................................................................................................................... 7
3
Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 8
4
3.1
About the Product .................................................................................................................... 8
3.2
Typical Application ................................................................................................................... 8
3.3
Features................................................................................................................................... 8
3.4
Specifications........................................................................................................................... 9
3.5
Order Details.......................................................................................................................... 11
Chassis Characteristics............................................................................................................... 12
4.1
4.1.1
Overview ............................................................................................................................ 12
4.1.2
Front Chassis View ............................................................................................................ 13
4.1.3
Rear Chassis View ............................................................................................................ 14
4.2
5
Chassis Appearance ............................................................................................................. 12
Chassis Components ............................................................................................................ 15
4.2.1
Fan Module ........................................................................................................................ 15
4.2.2
Power Supply Modules ...................................................................................................... 16
4.2.3
AC Power Supply .............................................................................................................. 17
4.2.4
DC Power Supply .............................................................................................................. 18
4.2.5
DC Connector Layout ........................................................................................................ 18
Installation .................................................................................................................................... 19
5.1
Equipment Inventory .............................................................................................................. 19
5.2
Packaging and Transportation............................................................................................... 19
5.3
Power and Cooling Requirements ......................................................................................... 19
5.4
Installation Overview ............................................................................................................. 20
5.4.1
Tools required .................................................................................................................... 20
5.4.2
Installation sequence ......................................................................................................... 20
5.5
Chassis Installation ................................................................................................................ 21
5.5.1
Initial Checks ..................................................................................................................... 21
5.5.2
Assembling the Chassis .................................................................................................... 21
5.5.3
Installing the Chassis ......................................................................................................... 27
5.5.4
Connecting the chassis ground ......................................................................................... 27
5.5.5
Connecting the Chassis Electrical Supplies ...................................................................... 27
5.5.6
Performing a Power-on Test.............................................................................................. 27
5.5.7
Installing the system management module and application modules ............................... 28
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5.6
5.6.1
Using the Sliding Fiber Guide ............................................................................................ 29
5.6.2
Using the Fiber Tray .......................................................................................................... 32
5.6.3
Cleaning the Fiber Connector Ends and Front-panel Optical Ports .................................. 34
5.6.4
Connecting the Optical Fibers ........................................................................................... 35
5.7
6
Typical Application Diagram .................................................................................................. 35
Chassis Configuration & Alarms ................................................................................................ 36
6.1
Login to System Management Web Page ............................................................................. 36
6.1.1
Configuration using a laptop PC ........................................................................................ 36
6.1.2
Configuration using an Android device .............................................................................. 36
6.2
Alarm Monitoring ................................................................................................................... 39
6.2.1
Fan Module ........................................................................................................................ 39
6.2.2
Power Supply Modules ...................................................................................................... 41
6.3
7
Connecting Optical Cables .................................................................................................... 29
Log Management ................................................................................................................... 43
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................... 44
7.1
Status LED Fault Indications ................................................................................................. 44
7.2
Common Faults – Resultant LED Status ............................................................................... 44
8
Product Warranty ......................................................................................................................... 45
9
Declaration of Conformity ........................................................................................................... 46
Appendix A: Factory Default Settings ............................................................................................... 47
Appendix B: Default Alarm Limit Settings ........................................................................................ 48
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About This Manual
1.1 Chapter Overview
This manual contains the following chapters:
1.
About this Manual: Preface
2.
Precautions
3.
Overview
4.
Chassis Characteristics
5.
Installation
6.
Chassis Configuration & Alarms
7.
Common Faults
8.
Product Warranty
9.
Declaration of Conformity
Appendix A: Factory Default Settings
Appendix B: Default Alarm Limit Settings
1.2 Related Documentation
Documents listed below can be used in association with this Manual:

PBN.AIMA3000 - Product User Manual

PBN.AIMA ASMM - Product User Manual

AIMA3000 NMS Web Management System Product User Manual
-
PBN.NMS3-EPSM - Basic Inventory Management
-
PBN.NMS3-EPSM - Basic Alarm Management
-
PBN.NMS3-EPSM - Basic System Management
-
PBN.NMS3-EPSM - Basic Template Management
The document can be found at the download section of PBN’s corporate website:
http://www.pbnglobal.com/en/support/downloads/manuals. A registered account is required.
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1.3 Technical Support
Please contact the technical support team at PBN if you have any problems during AIMA3000 chassis
installation or maintenance.
Australia:
Suite 15, Building 3
195 Wellington Road
Clayton, VIC 3168, Australia
Phone: +61-3-8561-1400
Fax: +61-3-9562-2957
Europe:
Argonweg 15
1362AA Almere
The Netherlands
Phone: +31-36-536-8011
Fax: +31-36-536-4367
China:
Unit 403, Entrance C
Building No. 201 A-10, Jiuxianqiao Beilu
Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
Phone: +86-10-5791-0655
Fax: +86-10-5791-0855
Americas:
Phone: +1-888-339-8805
Company Website: www.pbnglobal.com
Support Email: support@pbnglobal.com
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Precautions
WARNING!
This equipment is intended for indoor applications. To prevent fire
or electrical shock, or damage to the equipment, do not expose
units to water or moisture.

Ensure the unit adequately cooled and ventilated

The product user manual should be read and understood before units are put into use.

Dangerous voltages are present within the unit at all times.

Do not run electrical cables outside.

Always replace protective caps on optical connectors when not in use.

The typical connectors fitted are SC/APC 8°. Note: 8° angle polished optical connectors must
be used.
Cleaning
Only use a damp cloth for cleaning the front panel. Use a soft dry cloth to clean the top of the unit. Do
not use any spray cleaners or chemicals of any kind.
Outage or overload requiring service and repairs
Unplug the unit and refer only to Pacific Broadband Networks’ qualified service personnel.
Servicing and repairs
Do not attempt to service this unit yourself. Refer all servicing needs to Pacific Broadband Networks’
qualified service personnel only.
WARNING!
Exposure to class 1M laser radiation is possible. Access should
be restricted to trained personnel only. Do not view exposed
fiber or connector ends when handling optical equipment.
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Overview
3.1 About the Product
The AIMA3000 platform is PBN’s newly developed high-density, low power consumption headend
platform that enables MSOs to build or upgrade their networks to meet the demands of today as well
as future multi-services access requirements.
The AIMA3000 simplifies the transition to IP Networks by providing a complete range of intelligent,
interoperable, RF and optical modules for HFC, RFoG, PON video overlay, and other applications.
The design employs a 19” rack of 4RU height, with 17 slots for high density application modules and
integrated front and rear fiber access panel for easy fiber management. Slot 0 is used for a System
Management Module (ASMM). In total, one 4RU AIMA3000 chassis allows for configurations of up to
64 forward-path laser transmitters or 64 return path receivers.
3.2 Typical Application
The AIMA3000 is designed to seamlessly fit into all common service scenarios. In a traditional
headend deployment with optical transmitters and receivers, the AIMA3000 leads with lowest in
industry per-port power consumption as well as having a highly dense amount of receiver ports.
While FTTx technologies are making their way into traditional cable MSO networks, the AIMA3000
supports a range of RFoG modules such as the RRAG to ease the transition to full-blown PON/P2P.
For networks with FTTx technologies already in place, delivering high speed data and voice services,
the AIMA3000 is geared to provide a full-spectrum CATV overlay using transmitters and EDFA
modules.
A wide variety of complementary modules such as externally modulated transmitters, amplifiers, and
switches meet the needs of even the most specialized and unique network architectures.
3.3 Features

1 GHz Advanced Intelligent Multi-Service Headend Platform (AIMA3000)

Highest density-16 single, dual, or quad application modules in one 4RU headend platform

Efficient low power consuming modules reduces operating expenditures

Hot-swappable application modules with auto-configuration feature through the management
module

Integrated front and rear fiber- access panel for easy fiber management

Reliable, fully redundant, dual hot-swappable power supplies

Intelligent management system with an integrated SNMP agent and web server (HTTP)
through the front and rear-mounted RJ45 Ethernet ports, for system-wide network
management and local configuration

HMS standards compliant

Firmware management from centralized TFTP server (In combination with PBN NMSE
network management software)
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3.4 Specifications
Chassis (ACHA)
Module slots
Alarms
17 slots for AIMA3000 plug-and-play modules. Slot 0 is used for the
System Management Module (ASMM). Slots 1~16 are used for any of
the Application Modules.
Requires an ASMM module in slot 0.
Alarms are available via SNMP traps to multiple destinations*, via a
voltage-free NO/NC alarm contact, via SNMP polling, or via HTTP
polling.
Monitoring and control
Requires an ASMM module in slot 0.
The chassis can also be controlled through a web browser connected
to one of the Ethernet ports or by and mobile device supporting USB
host mode through the USB port on the AIMA3000’s ASMM module.
All module settings are retained in non-volatile memory to ensure
trouble-free operation.
*Up to 5 SNMPv2c trap addresses per ASMM
Power (APSA & APSD)
Power supply modules
The chassis supports up to two hot-swappable power supply modules
in the AIMA3000 chassis. Any one power supply can handle a fullyloaded chassis.
Two power supplies provide load sharing when more than 12 V / 10 A
(120 W) is being consumed by modules, and redundancy in the event
of a single power supply failure.
Both universal mains (APSA) and battery (APSD) models are
available. It is possible to use one mains module and one battery
module in the same chassis.
Power input
Universal mains (APSA): 90 Vac to 260 Vac, 50/60 Hz, maximum
output power 460 W
Battery (APSD): -48 Vdc (-75 ~ -36 Vdc), maximum output power 460
W or 580 W
DC powering
Efficiency
Cooling
> 85 %
Integrated variable-speed cooling fan with on-board microcontroller
Protection
Field-replaceable fuse (AC only). Overload (AC only), over-voltage (AC
only), and temperature sensors. Load-share functions for +12 Vdc
power rail.
Interface
LED status indicators
Internal power rails*
12 Vdc, 33 A
5 Vdc, 6 A
-5 Vdc, 6 A
*Measured with 460 W APSA
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General
Operating temperature
-5 oC to +55 oC
Operating humidity
Max. 90% RH (non-condensing)
Storage temperature
-25 oC to +70 oC
Storage humidity
Cooling
Max. 90% RH (non-condensing)
Cooling fans in the power supply modules and the 8 fan units mounted
in the chassis.
Multiple AIMA3000 chassis can be mounted on top of each other
without needing ventilation space.
Dimensions
Overall width
Overall depth
Overall height
482.6 mm (including flanges)
500.5 mm (including handles)
175.0 mm
Packaging dimensions
600 × 600 × 400 mm
(W x D x H)
Net weight
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3.5 Order Details
AIMA3000 Chassis
A-ACHA-4U
AIMA3000 Chassis, 4RU, 16+1 slots, 19 inch, fans included, power supply
not included
A-APSA-460-XX
Power Supply Module with fan for mains 90~260 Vac 50/60 Hz, 460 W.
XX: AU, CN, CH, EU, UK, US
A-APSD-460
Power Supply Module with fan for battery -48 Vdc, 460 W
A-APSD-580
Power Supply Module with fan for battery -48 Vdc, 580 W
A-ASMM-A
System Management Module, version A
A-BP
Single Slot Blank Panel Cover Insert
A-FAN
Replacement Module Fan
A-FANTRAY
8 Replacement Module Fans in Fan Bracket
Application Modules
A-FT3S
1310 nm Forward Transmitter - Standard
A-FT5S
1550 nm Forward Transmitter - Standard
A-FT5E
1550 nm Forward Transmitter - Enhanced
A-FT5X
1550 nm Forward Transmitter - Externally Modulated
A-FRAS
Analog Forward Receiver - Standard
A-RRAS
Analog Return Receiver - Standard
A-EDFA
Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier
A-FPAS
RF Forward Path Amplifier - Standard
A-RFSW
RF A/B Protection Switch
A-OPSW
Optical A/B Protection Switch
A-RT3S
1310 nm Return Transmitter - Standard
A-RT5S
1550 nm Return Transmitter - Standard
A-RPAS
RF Return Path Amplifier - Standard
A-FRAE
Analog Forward Receiver - Enhanced
Accessories
Accessories A-RCBL
Redundancy Cable, available in
various lengths
Spare Parts
S07999 _1
RF test lead
S08194_0
Fan for Power Supply Module
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Chassis Characteristics
4.1 Chassis Appearance
4.1.1 Overview
Transit brace
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Chassis front
Lifting handles
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4.1.2 Front Chassis View
1
2
3
3
5
4
6
Item
4
Description
1
ASMM module in slot 0
2
Various application modules in slots 0 ~ 16
3
Lifting handles (2)
4
Rack mounting holes (4)
5
Sliding fiber guide (to feed optical cables through from rear of chassis)
6
Fiber tray
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4.1.3 Rear Chassis View
7
3
3
2
4
4
Item
5
6
Description
1
Chassis grounding terminal
2
Chassis RF connectors
3
Redundancy cable connector location
4
Power supply modules (up to 2)
5
Fiber tray cover
6
Fan module cover (8 individual fans are installed)
7
RF panel (4 RF connectors on 1 panel)
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4.2 Chassis Components
The packaged chassis includes a fan module and two power supply modules, which are described
below.
4.2.1 Fan Module
The fan module comprises eight individual fans, powered in parallel; a single fan failure does not affect
the other fans. The ASMM system management module monitors the rotational speed of each fan.
The fan module also supports hot swapping.
3
2
1
4
5
7
6
Item
Description
1
External power-input connector and fan module communications interface
2
Module securing screws
3
Individual fan unit, rotational speed automatically controlled by ASMM module
Each fan unit can be replaced whilst the chassis is powered on
4
Fan unit securing screws
5
Fan module dustproof cover
6
Screwdriver access holes
7
Fan module cover screws
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4.2.2 Power Supply Modules
AIMA3000 power supply modules are hot swappable and support load balancing. Up to two power
supplies can be used in the same chassis, and are available in different configurations:

AC power supply module, input voltage of 90 ~ 260 Vac (50/60 Hz)

DC power supply module, input voltage -48 Vdc
The power supply module output voltages include:

+12 Vdc, 33 A

+5 Vdc, 6 A

-5 Vdc, 6 A
External view
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4.2.3 AC Power Supply
2
1
3
4
5
7
6
Front panel view for AC power supply
Item
Description
1
External power-input connector
2
Status LED: Green – normal operation; Red – alarm condition
3
Fan unit cover
4
Fan unit (supports hot-swapping)
5
Power supply module securing screws
6
Lifting handle
7
Fan unit power connector
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4.2.4 DC Power Supply
1
2
3
4
7
5
6
Front panel view for DC power supply
Item
Description
1
External power-input connector
2
Status LED: Green – normal operation; Red – alarm condition
3
Fan unit cover
4
Fan unit (supports hot-swapping)
5
Fan unit power connector
6
Lifting handle
7
Power supply module securing screws
4.2.5 DC Connector Layout
1
3
2
DC Connector Layout
Item
Description
1
-48v
2
Battery Ground
3
Rack Ground
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Installation
5.1 Equipment Inventory
On receiving the new AIMA3000, carefully unpack and examine the contents for loss or damage that
may have occurred during shipping. Refer to guarantee registration if loss or damage has occurred.
The AIMA3000 should consist of the following:
Qty
Description
1
AIMA3000 Chassis (including fan modules and 2 power supply modules)
2
Chassis lifting handles
12
M4 screws for securing lifting handles to chassis (6 screws each)
1
Sliding fiber guide
1
Fiber tray (for front of chassis)
4
M3 screws for securing fiber tray to chassis
1
Product User Manual CD
1
Individual Test Sheet (Certificate of Performance)
5.2 Packaging and Transportation
Keep all packing boxes and packaging of the AIMA3000 for future transport.
Use only the original packaging of the AIMA3000 when transporting. This packaging has been
specifically designed to protect the equipment.
Note:
Use the lifting handles provided when moving the chassis.
5.3 Power and Cooling Requirements
The AIMA3000 requires at least one power supply module, supplied by PBN. One power supply
module can provide enough power to operate a chassis with all 17 slots in use. A second power
supply module may be installed for redundancy. The power supply module feeds the chassis power
bus, which in turn provides power to each of the module slots.
The AIMA3000 is designed for operating between -5 °C ~ +55 °C. Fans in the power supply module
and in the separate fan module cool the chassis. These fans are monitored by the ASMM system and
an alarm is raised under certain failure conditions.
Free ambient air should be maintained around all sides of the unit. Care should be taken to ensure
that the airflow around the unit is unrestricted.
Avoid installing the AIMA3000 in dusty locations, as this can also adversely affect the unit’s reliability.
WARNING!
Do not install or operate the AIMA3000 unit outdoors.
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5.4 Installation Overview
5.4.1 Tools required
You will need a Phillips head screwdriver to secure the screws.
5.4.2 Installation sequence
To install the AIMA3000 chassis:
1. Unpack and inspect the chassis components
2. Assemble the chassis
a)
Removing the transit brace
b)
Attaching the fiber tray and the chassis lifting handles
c)
Fitting the sliding fiber guide
d)
Installing and removing the fan module
e)
Installing and removing individual fan units
f)
Installing and removing power supply modules
g)
Removing and installing a power supply fan unit
3. Install the chassis
4. Connect the chassis ground
5. Connect chassis electrical supplies
6. Perform a power-on test
7. Install the system management module and application modules
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5.5 Chassis Installation
5.5.1 Initial Checks
Unpack the chassis. Visually check that the multi-pin connectors on the backplane are not damaged or
otherwise deformed.
Examine the chassis casing for any obvious damage, and ensure no screws are missing or loose.
Check that the PBN chassis label is present. Make a note of its serial number.
If any problems are found, contact PBN Support for assistance.
5.5.2 Assembling the Chassis
Note:
The fan module and power supply modules are already installed in the supplied chassis;
installation and removal instructions for these modules are provided for future reference.
5.5.2.1 Removing the transit brace
The AIMA3000 chassis is supplied with an internal transit brace fitted, which must be removed before
you attempt to assemble any other parts.
Remove the 4 screws that secure the transit brace to the chassis, and then remove the transit brace
from the chassis. Store the removed items for future use if required.
Also, remove the fiber tray cover from the rear of the chassis (item 5 in 4.1.3 Rear Chassis View)
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5.5.2.2 Attaching the fiber tray and the chassis lifting handles
Fiber tray securing screws (4)
Lifting handle securing screws (6 each side)
Use four M3 screws to secure the fiber tray to the chassis front.
Use six M4 screws to attach each lifting handle to the side of the chassis.
Note:
The lifting handles must be fitted so that the side plates are leveled with the top and
bottom of the chassis.
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5.5.2.3 Installing and removing the fan module
CAUTION!
When installing the fan module into the chassis, ensure that the
power and communications connector on the module aligns
correctly with the corresponding connector in the chassis, to
avoid damage.
Carefully insert the fan module into the rear of the chassis, correctly aligning the power and
communications connector.
Power and communications connector
Use a Philips cross-headed screwdriver through the access holes to tighten the 4 fan module securing
screws.
To remove the fan module, unfasten the 4 securing screws and carefully withdraw the fan module
from the rear of the chassis.
CAUTION!
If you need to remove the fan module while the AIMA3000 chassis
is operating, ensure that you refit or replace the fan module with
minimum delay, to avoid overheating and possible damage to
the equipment.
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5.5.2.4 Installing and removing fan units
Each fan unit has 2 securing screws
To install a fan unit, first insert the white cable connector into the correct socket in the fan module
body, at the left-hand side of the fan unit’s location.
Note:
The cable connector is shaped so that it cannot be incorrectly inserted into the socket.
Carefully place the fan unit into the fan module body, aligning the 2 screw holes.
Fit and tighten the 2 securing screws to fasten the fan unit in position.
To remove a fan unit, first unfasten and remove the 2 securing screws.
Carefully remove the fan unit so that you can access the white cable connector, and then withdraw the
connector from the socket.
CAUTION!
Do not pull on the cables when withdrawing the connector – this
may cause damage. Hold the white connector between your
thumb and forefinger and then pull on the connector itself.
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5.5.2.5 Installing and removing power supply modules
Securing screw
Use the handle on the power supply module
To install a power supply module, align it squarely with the recess in the chassis, and then use the
handle to slide the module in until the module’s PCB connector engages with the chassis connector.
Continue to push the module until it is fully inserted into the chassis.
CAUTION!
Do not use excessive force when inserting the power supply
module – this may cause damage. If you cannot easily insert the
module, remove it and then check the module’s PCB connector
to ensure it is in good condition.
Tighten the securing screw to hold the power supply module in position.
To remove a power supply module, first unfasten the securing screw.
Carefully pull on the module’s handle to withdraw the module from the chassis. Slightly more force will
be initially required to disengage the module’s PCB connector.
CAUTION!
Remove the module squarely from the chassis. Take care not to
damage the module’s PCB connector.
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5.5.2.6 Removing and installing a power supply fan unit
Endplate screws (2)
Lower & upper screws (4)
To remove the power supply fan unit, first disconnect the white cable connector from the FAN socket
in the module.
CAUTION!
Do not pull on the cables when withdrawing the connector – this
may cause damage. Hold the white connector between your
thumb and forefinger and then pull on the connector itself.
Unscrew and remove the 4 lower & upper screws from the module casing, and then remove the 2
endplate screws.
Withdraw the fan unit from the casing (you may need to use a thin, flat-bladed screwdriver between
the endplate and module casing to carefully free the fan unit from its location).
To install the fan unit, first insert it (with the cables located in the cut-out at the left-hand side of the
endplate) into the power supply module and align the fixing holes.
CAUTION!
Do not allow the cables to become trapped between the endplate
and module casing when you insert the fan unit.
Fit and tighten the 2 endplate screws and the 4 lower & upper screws.
Insert the white cable connector into the power supply module’s FAN socket.
Note:
The cable connector is shaped so that it cannot be incorrectly inserted into the socket.
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5.5.3 Installing the Chassis
The AIMA3000 is designed to be installed in a standard 19-inch rack, which must be of good quality
and robust construction due to the heavy weight of a fully populated AIMA3000 chassis. Slide rails or
a support tray in the rack is recommended.
The rack must be level and stable on its foundations, and must be located indoors in a non-dusty
environment, with adequate clearance for ventilation and sufficient access for maintenance purposes.
DO NOT fit any of the separately supplied application modules into the AIMA3000 chassis at this
stage.
Ensure that front and rear screw fixings are in the correct positions in the rack, relative to the mounting
holes in the AIMA3000 chassis.
PBN recommends that two persons lift the AIMA3000 chassis during installation. Use the lifting
handles provided.
Keep the AIMA3000 level whilst inserting it into the rack. Check for any obstructions that could prevent
correct installation.
When the AIMA3000 is fully inserted into the rack, install the fixing screws and tighten securely.
5.5.4 Connecting the chassis ground
WARNING!
This equipment must be properly grounded before use, in
accordance with local safety standards.
Connect a grounding cable to the chassis grounding terminal on the rear of the AIMA3000 chassis.
Securely tighten the terminal fixing screw.
5.5.5 Connecting the Chassis Electrical Supplies
Connect -48 Vdc power source or 90 ~ 260 Vac power source as configured.
Note:
All AIMA electrical connections (excluding 90 ~ 260 Vac) must remain in the building.
Connections must only be made to the equipment on wiring certified as SELV as per
EN 60950.
5.5.6 Performing a Power-on Test
Switch on the power supply to the chassis. Check that the LED on each power supply is green.
If the LED is red, contact PBN technical support for advice.
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5.5.7 Installing the system management module and application modules
1. Gently depress the orange retaining clip and release the hinged tab
Hinged tab
AIMA module
Orange retaining clip
2. Hold the AIMA module casing upright, align it with the AIMA3000 slide rails for the correct
slot, and insert the module until it reaches the multi-pin connector.
DO NOT use excessive force when inserting the module, but ensure the RF connectors at
the rear of the module are securely connected with the chassis's RF connectors.
Module fastening screw
CAUTION!
The module MUST be installed correctly to ensure a proper
connection of the module’s multi-pin connector and the backplane.
Tip:
When inserting the module into the guide rails, vertically tilt the module slightly to check
that the guides are properly seated on the rails. The module is guided to the correct
position using the large metal fastening screw on the lower part of the front panel.
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3. After the module is inserted, gently push the hinged tab until it snaps into the orange retaining
clip. While pushing down on the hinged tab, the AIMA module will mate with the power bus
and will lock in into the chassis
CAUTION!
If force is required to insert a module, then it may not be correctly
seated on the slide rails, or the mounting screw may be misaligned.
4. When the module is fully seated within the chassis, on the of the AIMA module, fasten the
spring-loaded mounting screw. Only use fingers to fasten the mounting screw. DO NOT
use a screwdriver
5.6 Connecting Optical Cables
For the convenience of the user, the AIMA3000 Chassis has a Sliding Fiber Guide to help the operator
to arrange the cables.
5.6.1 Using the Sliding Fiber Guide
The sliding fiber guide is located in the lower-left corner of the chassis if looking at the front of the
chassis, and is designed to help installation of the optical fiber cabling. To access the sliding fiber
guide you will need to first remove the rear panel located on the back of the chassis.
1. Unscrew the two thumbscrews on the rear panel.
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2. Then, pull the panel forward.
3. Then lift up the handle and slide the fiber guide out of the front of the chassis.
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DO NOT remove the dust cap from the fiber connector until right before connecting it to the
input port.
4. Raise the clip, insert the fiber connector, and then lower the clip over the connector.
When using the sliding guide, put the fiber connector in the clip and slide it in from the rear to the front,
through the chassis. Ensure that the optical fiber tail does not become trapped or pulled tightly.
Fiber clip (at rear, for up to two connectors)
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5.6.2 Using the Fiber Tray
All optical fibers must be organized in a tidy manner in the chassis’s fiber tray, which provides enough
space for up to 64 optical fibers. This allows for easy positioning and future replacement of optical
fibers. Along the front of the chassis, there are cut-outs for keeping the optical fibers in position.
1. When organizing the optical fibers, lift up the metal flap at the rear of the panel above the
sliding guide. This will allow fiber cables to be moved away from the sliding guide rails.
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2. Use the Fiber Guide Tool to organize the cables and wires in the fiber tray to prevent tangles
and the blocking of the guide rails.
Fiber Tray Area
Cut-outs
PSU
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5.6.3 Cleaning the Fiber Connector Ends and Front-panel Optical Ports
To obtain a good quality optical input signal, optical fiber input ports and fiber connector ends must be
carefully cleaned.
Connection terminal
Head face
When cleaning the optical fiber-connector end, remove the dust cap and then use a lint-free cloth
dampened with a static dissipative solvent to clean the angled surface. Dry the surface using a dry lintfree cloth.
To clean the front-panel optical port, use a special lint-free swab that is designed for this purpose.
Dampen it with a static dissipative solvent. Apply slight pressure to the internal angled surface of the
optical port, while rotating the swab 90 degrees back and forth. You may need to remove excess
solvent using a dry lint-free swab. Alternatively, a cleaning pen such as the one click cleaner can be
used.
SC one click cleaning pen
www.oneclickcleaner.com
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5.6.4 Connecting the Optical Fibers
Carefully lift up the hinged cover of the optical input port, align the raised tab on the connector with the
slot in the port. Insert the connector until the connector is securely held in place indicated by a clicking
sound.
5.7 Typical Application Diagram
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6
Chassis Configuration & Alarms
Configure the AIMA3000 chassis either via a web interface, or by using PBN's NMSE; only the web
interface method is described in this manual. For the PBN NMSE please refer to the NMSE network
management configuration manual.
6.1 Login to System Management Web Page
All application module configuration settings and alarms are managed by the ASMM module.
Establish network connectivity by through the RJ-45 Ethernet Port 0 on the rear panel of the ASMM.
Connect to a local network switch on the same subnet for network management.
6.1.1 Configuration using a laptop PC
1. Manually configure your network interface card to have an IP address on the 192.168.25.x
block with the subnet mask of 255.255.255.0.
2. Connect an Ethernet cable between the ASMM’s front LOCAL RJ-45 Ethernet port and the
laptop PC.
3. Use a web browser to open the AIMA3000 web configuration interface via the default IP
address of 192.168.25.168
4. Enter the default Username (admin) and Password (PBN) to log in to the AIMA3000 system
configuration web interface.
Default user name: admin
Default password: PBN
If you manually change the ASMM’s IP address and forget it, you can still connect to the backup IP
address at 10.10.10.10. The IP of the client PC must be set to 10.10.10.9 and the front RJ-45 Ethernet
port should be used to access the web interface. The Backup IP is only supported by hardware
version HW_A04259_4 and firmware version FW_S08471 01.01.16 or higher.
6.1.2 Configuration using an Android device
The Android application may not be compatible with all Android devices. The app was developed by
PBN to be used in conjunction with a Lenovo Ideapad A1 07 running Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread.
Before installing the application, the installation of unknown sources must be enabled by going to
settings -> security -> and check the box next to “Unknown Sources.”
1. Install the application:
To obtain a copy of the Android application contact a PBN sales representative.
2. Turn off Wi-Fi on the Android device.
3. Go to the Android settings menu. In the “Wireless and Network” settings menu select “More
Settings”. On some newer Android devices, there will be a dedicated tethering or hotspot
menu and this step can be skipped.
4. Select the “Tethering and portable hotspot”.
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a. Get to Android settings. Select “More Settings” in “wireless and Network” settings and
select “Tethering and portable hotspot” and “USB tethering”. After selecting USB
Tether, the indicator “tethered” needs to show up.
Note:
The operator should connect a USB cable to Android device again after each time the
module or computer is reset.
b. Open up your internet browser on your Android device. Then type in 192.168.42.1, the
AIMA-ASMM login page will show up.
Finally enter the default information, and then the ASMM's web interface will open up.
Default user name: admin
Default password: PBN
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Note:
The default IP of ASMM is 192.168.42.1 because the default IP of Android system is
192.168.42.129 usually.
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6.2 Alarm Monitoring
The fan module and power supply support alarm monitoring and management via the ASMM system
management module.
6.2.1 Fan Module
Alarms related to the fan module depend on the relationship between an individual fan unit's speed,
current, and temperature. This relationship cannot be changed by the user; however, various fan unit
controls and alarm status settings can be individually toggled.
You can:

Toggle detection of any fan unit alarms

Toggle detection of only major fan unit alarms (default), or also minor alarms

Set the fan unit speed control to automatic (default) or manual mode

Toggle detection of individual major fan status alarms (default) or minor alarms
Note:
There are 8 fan units, numbered #1 to #8.
Alarm Status Pages
Click the "Alarms" tab on the menu bar to display an overview of the alarm status of all installed
modules (normal: green; alarm: red).
For more detailed alarm information, click "AFAN" from the left column of the "Alarms" page. This
page shows the alarm status of individual fan units.
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Click "Refresh" to update the information.
Alarm Settings Configuration
Click the "Modules" tab on the top menu bar.
Click "AFAN" in the left column of the "Modules" page.
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Module Information (read only)
Click "Refresh" to update the information.
Configuration

Alarm Control (Enable / Disable)

Unit Alarm Enable (Enable Major / Enable Minor / Disable)
Choose the settings from the drop-down menus, and then click "Submit" to confirm changes.
Alarm Settings
This section displays each of the 8 fan unit’s operational status (green or red), the Current (mA) and
Speed (rpm). Shown in Table 6-1.
The operator can toggle major, minor, or fan alarms. Choose the settings from the drop-down menus,
and then click "Submit" to confirm changes.
Table 6-1
Parameter
Units
Current
mA
Speed
rpm
Alarm
Normal
Deadband
150
15
Note
<75
or >225
N/A
8400
Temp<=45C
N/A
11000
Temp>45C
6.2.2 Power Supply Modules
For more detailed alarm information, click PS1 or PS2 in the left-hand column of the Alarms page.
This page shows temperature and output voltage rail alarms.
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Click "Refresh" to update the information.
Alarm Settings Configuration
Click the "Modules" tab on the top menu bar.
Click "PS1" or "PS2" in the left column of the "Modules" page.
Module Information (read only)
Model, Serial No., HW Assembly No., FW Part No., FW Version
Click "Refresh" to update the information.
Status (read only)
+12V Output Current, +12V Output Power
Configuration
Alarm Control (Enable / Disable)
Choose the setting from the drop-down menu, and then click "Submit" to confirm changes.
Alarm Settings
The operator can enable or disable individual Temperature and Output Voltage alarms by checking or
unchecking the associated boxes. Click "Submit" to confirm changes.
Note:
The user cannot change temperature and Output Voltage alarm parameter values.
Factory default alarm settings are shown below.
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Threshold
changeable
by user
Default
Alarm
Enable
Parameter
Units
HIHI
HI
Normal
LO
LOLO
DeadBand
Temperature
°C
70
60
-
0
-5
2
N
ON
+12V Input
voltage
Vdc
13,5
-
12
-
10,5
0,1
N
ON
+5V Input
voltage
Vdc
6
-
5
-
4,4
0,1
N
ON
-5V Input
voltage
Vdc
-4,3
-
-5
-
-6
0,2
N
ON
6.3 Log Management
Click the "Logs" tab on the top menu bar to display an event history (up to 1000 events) of all
recorded alarms for all the installed modules.
If there is more than one page of events to display, the operator can display other pages using the
links below the currently displayed list.
To clear all existing events from the log, click "Delete All". This action must be confirmed by clicking
"OK" or aborted by clicking "Cancel" from the pop-up dialog box.
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7
Troubleshooting
7.1 Status LED Fault Indications
Observe the LEDs on installed power supply modules to determine possible faults:
LED Status
Common Fault
Possible Solution
One power
supply LED
shows red.
Abnormal power
output from power
supply module
Repair / replace power supply module
(contact PBN support)
Both power
supply LEDs
show red
Application module
power failure
Locate the faulty application module
(remove modules until the power supply
LEDs show green). Contact PBN
support
7.2 Common Faults – Resultant LED Status
The common faults listed will cause the following LED indications:
Common Fault
LED Status
Abnormal
power output
from power
supply module
One power supply
LED shows red.
Repair / replace power supply module
(contact PBN support)
Application
module power
failure
Both power supply
LEDs show red
Locate the faulty application module
(remove modules in turn until the power
supply LEDs show green). Contact PBN
support
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8
Product Warranty
Pacific Broadband Networks warrants its equipment to be free of manufacturing defects in material
and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of shipment, provided it is installed and
operated in accordance with the factory recommendations.
The liability of Pacific Broadband Networks under this warranty is solely limited to repairing, replacing
or issuing credit provided that:
1. The warranty registration has been completed and received by Pacific Broadband Networks.
2. Pacific Broadband Networks’ helpdesk is promptly notified in writing or by telephone that a
failure or defect has occurred.
3. A return authorization number is obtained from Pacific Broadband Networks’ helpdesk and
clearly marked on the outside of the shipping container and all the documents.
4. The customer is responsible for all the shipping and handling charges. C.O.D. and freight
collection will not be accepted without prior approval from Pacific Broadband Networks’
helpdesk.
5. The equipment (at PBN’s sole discretion) has not been abused, misused, or operated under
conditions outside the manufacturer’s specifications.
The warranty does not cover the following:
1. Products purchased from someone other than an authorized Pacific Broadband Networks
dealer.
2. Damage caused by accident, negligence, misuse, abuse, improper operation, or failure to
operate the equipment according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
3. Damage caused by fluctuation in electrical current, lightning, power surges, etc.
4. Damage resulting from overhaul, repair or attempt to repair caused by someone other than
Pacific Broadband Networks’ qualified service personnel.
5. Any product where the serial number has been defaced, modified, or removed.
6. Any product that has been opened or modified without prior written permission from PBN.
7. Replacement of parts necessitated by normal wear and tear.
8. Any consequential or implied damage.
9. Pacific Broadband Networks will not be liable for DFB Laser failure after 90 days from
receipt of item. Any claim for DFB Lasers will be presented to the laser vendor for
replacement. Pacific Broadband Networks will make every effort to replace faulty lasers
although the ultimate decision is at the laser vendor’s discretion. Pacific Broadband
Networks will cover all the labor costs associated with the replacement of the laser within
the one-year warranty period.
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Declaration of Conformity
According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN45014
Manufacturer's Name:
Pacific Broadband Networks
Manufacturer’s Address:
Suite 15, 1st Floor, Building 3, 195 Wellington Road,
Clayton, Victoria 3168, Australia
Declares, that the product
Product Name:
AIMA3000 – Advanced Intelligent Multi-services Access
Platform
Conforms to the following standards:
Safety:
EN 80083-1, EN 60950, IEC 950, AS/NZS 3260:1993,
EN-60825-1, IEC 825-1, AS/NZS 2211.1 Laser Safety
EMC:
EN 50083-2, EN-55022:1994, IEC/CISPR 22:1993,
AS/NZS CISPR 22:2006
CATV/HFC:
EN-50083
For Compliance Information ONLY, contact:
Australia:
Pacific Broadband Networks
st
Suite 15, 1 Floor, Building 3, 195 Wellington Road,
Clayton, Victoria 3168, Australia
Phone:+61-3-8561-1400, Fax +61-3-9562-2957
Email: sales@pbn.com.au
Europe:
Pacific Broadband Networks
Phone: +31-36-536-8011, Fax: +31-36-536-4367
Email: sales@pbneurope.eu
China:
Pacific Broadband Networks
Phone: +86-10-5791-0655, Fax: +86-10-5791-0855
Email: office@pbn.com.cn
Americas:
Pacific Broadband Networks Americas LLC
Phone: +1-888-339-8805
Email: sales@pbnamericas.com
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Appendix A: Factory Default Settings
Fan Module
Name
Option
Factory Default
Enable / Disable
Enable
Unit Alarm Enable
Enable Major /
Enable Minor /
Disable
Enable Major
Alarm Enable (Fan Units #1 ~ #8)
Enable Major /
Enable Minor /
Disable
Enable Minor
Alarm Control
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Appendix B: Default Alarm Limit Settings
Power Supply Modules
Parameter
Temperature
+12V Input
voltage
+5V Input
voltage
-5V Input
voltage
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Units
HIHI
HI
Normal
LO
LOLO
DeadBand
Threshold
changeable
by user
Default
Alarm
Enable
C
70
60
-
0
-5
2
N
ON
Vdc
13,5
-
12
-
10,5
0,1
N
ON
Vdc
6
-
5
-
4,4
0,1
N
ON
Vdc
-4,3
-
-5
-
-6
0,2
N
ON
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Offices
Australia, Melbourne
: tel. +61-3-8561-1400
China, Beijing
: tel. +86-10-5791-0655
Americas
: tel. +1-888-339-8805
EMEA, Netherlands
: tel. +31-36-536-8011
info@pbnglobal.com
www.pbnglobal.com
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