Alcatel-Lucent 7310 Metro Cell Cabinet Installation Manual

Alcatel-Lucent 7310 Metro Cell Cabinet Installation Manual
Alcatel-Lucent 7310 Metro Cell Cabinet
Installation Manual
ALCATEL-LUCENT 7310 METRO CELL CABINET INSTALLATION MANUAL
Document Information
Identification
Alcatel-Lucent 7310 Metro Cell Cabinet Installation Manual
1000023858 Rev 02 1/15
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Before You Begin
How to Get Assistance
If you need help with your Alcatel-Lucent products, contact one of our TAC Engineers at
866-582-3688.
Packaging Inspection
If the shipping container shows evidence of rough handling, inspect the equipment carefully for
shipping damage. If damage is found, notify the carrier immediately, and annotate the damage
on the bill of lading.
Product Summary
This publication provides instructions for installing an MC-AR2, MC-AR3, MC-DBR4 or
MC-DBR5 Metro Cell cabinet on a pad, pole, wall, or H-frame.
Product Nomenclature
MC = Metro Cell Cabinet
A = AC
D = DC
B = Battery Backup
R = Router
X = Variant Number 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.
Example:
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7310 MC-AR3 = Metro cell cabinet, AC-powered with router, variant 3
7310 MC-DBR4 = Metro cell cabinet, DC-powered, battery backup with router, variant 4
For Use With
This document is for use with 7310 Metro Cell Cabinet (PN 3MV00490AC),
(PN 3MV00438F), (PN 3MV00438AG), and (PN 3MV004390AE).
Associated Documentation
Name
Part Number
Alcatel-Lucent 9764 Metro Cell Outdoor V1.0 2x5W LTE Hardware
Installation Document
3MN-01714-0002-RJZZA
Alcatel-Lucent 7705 Service Aggregation Router, SAR-W Chassis
Installation Guide
3HE-07727-AAAB-TQZZA
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Revision History
Revision ECO
Description of Change
Approvals
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Original release. 9/15/14
CE
M.S.
EE
M.B.
PM
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CE
M.S.
EE
M.B.
ME
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Added warning to “Commissioning Equipment” section, pg 56 CE
per DCR 2689
M.S.
EE
M.B.
ME
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1-5316
02
Updated DC/Data/Alarm Wiring Diagram
Warnings and Cautions
This cabinet and its equipment might not be suitable for use in corrosive environments. See NEC
547 or CEC 2-400.
Your equipment may be damaged and the warranty voided if:
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Components (including cables and equipment) are connected or disconnected while power
is applied to them
Incorrect wire connections are made
Power polarity is reversed
Voltage rating is too high
The following precautions must be observed during all phases of installing cabinets and
equipment. Failure to comply with these precautions or with specific warnings elsewhere in this
manual risks personal injury and violates safety standards of design, manufacture, and intended
use of the equipment. Alcatel-Lucent is not responsible for any equipment damage or poor
operating performance when these guidelines are not followed or when noncertified installers
perform the work.
Type of
Precaution
General
Precaution
Safety Observe all general safety precautions against personal injury and
equipment damage. Keep bystanders away. Ensure all site personnel know
emergency procedures in case of an injury and the location of the first-aid kit.
Codes The procedures in this manual are only recommended guidelines. Follow all
national and local electrical codes.
Security Never leave the cabinet unattended. When leaving the site, close and
secure the cabinet.
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Type of
Precaution
Electrical
Precaution
Proper Ground The equipment must be connected to an electrical ground to
minimize shock hazard. Consult NFPA 70 (NEC) and local codes for grounding
requirements.
Explosive Atmosphere Do not operate the equipment in the presence of
flammable gases, fumes, or dust. Operation of this equipment in such an environment
constitutes a safety hazard.
Live Circuits Operation personnel must not remove equipment covers or panels.
Component replacement and internal adjustments must be made only by qualified
maintenance personnel. Do not replace components with power applied. To avoid
injuries, always disconnect power and allow the circuit to discharge before performing
repair procedures.
Lightning Storms
Do not service or repair equipment during a lightning storm.
Voltage Detector Always use a noncontact voltage detector when approaching a
cabinet to verify there are no leaks or shorts on the external body.
Equipment
General Follow manufacturer’s recommended mounting, installation, and operation
procedures to ensure proper equipment operation, avoid damage, and maintain
warranty. In most cases, a certified installer for such equipment is required. Conform
to jurisdictional codes and construction covenants.
Removing Components Remove individual components only after power is
disconnected. This includes both AC or DC line power and backup battery power.
Specifications The equipment is designed to operate within specified design
parameters. Do not exceed the specifications.
Substituting Parts or Making Modifications Do not install substitute parts or
perform any modifications to factory-installed equipment without permission from
Alcatel-Lucent.
This manual contains safety labels in the form of DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION. The
labels—generic here but specific in the manual—have the following definitions.
DANGER:
Danger indicates that the described activity or situation may result in serious personal
injury or death; for example, high voltage or electric shock hazards.
WARNING:
Warning indicates that the described activity or situation may, or will, cause equipment
damage or serious performance problems.
CAUTION:
Caution indicates that the described activity or situation may, or will, cause service
interruption.
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The safety alert symbol
is used on product labels and in this guide to alert the user to important
operating and maintenance instructions.
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Contents
Introduction 1
Precautions 2
Threat Releases 2
Site Considerations 2
Thermal Clearance 3
Supplied Items 4
Wiring Diagrams 4
Knockout Removal 5
Cable Access 5
Cabinet Mounting 5
Cabinet Lifting 6
Cabinet Weight 6
Cabinet Dimensions
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Pole Mount 9
Wall or H-frame Mount 22
Pad/Rooftop Mount 32
Grounding 38
Connecting RF Cables 38
Batteries (MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 Only) 40
Connecting AC Power 47
Connecting the Backhaul Fiber Cable 50
Alarm Configuration 53
Commissioning the Equipment 56
Rectifiers and Alarms 56
SAR-W 58
Metro Cell 58
Connecting Power to Metro Cell 2 and External NID 60
Maintenance 62
Preventive Maintenance 62
Field Replacement 62
RF Wiring Diagram — MC-AR3/MC-DBR4 80
RF Wiring Diagram — MC-AR2/MC-DBR5 81
AC Wiring Diagram — MC-DBR4/MC-DBR5 82
Ground Wiring Diagram — MC-DBR4/MC-DBR5 83
DC/Data/Alarm Wiring Diagram — MC-DBR4/MC-DBR5 84
Ground Wiring Diagram — MC-AR2/MC-AR3 Cabinet 85
AC/Data/Alarm Wiring Diagram — MC-AR2/MC-AR3 Cabinet 86
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Introduction
The 7310 Metro Cell cabinets power internally-mounted Metro Cells. The cabinets can be
deployed quickly and mounted easily on a pad, wall, pole, or rooftop.
PDU (not shown)
Metro Cell
B13 or AWS
SAR-W
Area
Reserved
for future
AWS
Installation
Metro Cell
B13 or AWS
Area
Reserved
for future
AWS
Installation
SAR-W
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3
Cabinet Components
AC SPD
DC Power
Plant
AC Distribution
AC Receptacle
DC SPD
Batteries
MC-DBR4 and MC-DRB5
Cabinet Components
GPS Splitter
Diplexer
Note: Cabinet equipment removed
to show diplexer/splitter locations
MC-AR3 and MC-DBR4 Cabinet Diplexer
and Splitter Component Location
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The rear of the cabinet has bulkhead connectors for attaching Metro Cell and GPS cables.
An exterior j-box is included to splice main AC power feed.
Metro Cell and SAR-W equipment is mounted in swing-down brackets for easy field
installation and maintenance.
The cabinet can be installed on a pole, wall, or H-frame with a single bracket, or on a pad
or platform with a 4-in. plinth kit.
The cabinet is passively cooled for little to no maintenance.
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Precautions
DANGER
Hazard of Electric Shock or ARC Flash
Have a trained, licensed electrician perform the electrical work.
Consult a local building or electrical inspector for current National Electrical Code
requirements before work begins. A permit might be needed; some codes might require
inspection of the finished work.
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Wear appropriate personal protection equipment, and follow safe electrical work practices.
See NFPA 70E.
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Do not install equipment showing any physical damage.
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Do not allow petroleum-based paints, solvents, or sprays to contact nonmetallic parts of
the cabinet.
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Reattach all devices, doors, and covers before switching on power to the cabinet.
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DO NOT wear jewelry or a wrist watch when working around batteries.
Failure to follow these precautions will result in death or serious injury!
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Threat Releases
The on-site technician is responsible for acquiring threat releases before work begins. Neither
Alcatel-Lucent nor its representatives will start any work without site management approval.
Site Considerations
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A site must be accessible to equipment for installation, maintenance, and expansion.
All services required at the site, including electrical, site grounding, and other utilities, must
be available, reliable, and able to grow with planned site expansion.
Cabinet door must be accessible and have room to open.
To avoid high-temperature shutdown, do not place the cabinet in the following locations:
– Within alcoves prone to heat gain
– Next to any surface within 4 ft (120 cm) of the cabinet or near hot air exhaust from
neighboring buildings or structures
– Rooftop applications where the dark color of the roof surface may increase the ambient
air temperature in excess of 46°C. Operating at levels at or above 46°C for prolonged
periods of time will affect the reliability and proper function of the equipment.
Site planning must include safety and maintenance plans.
Plan the site to meet or exceed the requirements of any local architectural codes, bylaws,
environmental restrictions, and right-of-way easements, as applicable. Off-ground mounting
locations (poles, walls, etc.) must meet all local codes and ordinances pertaining to the
cabinet weights and dimensions described in this manual.
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Thermal Clearance
WARNING
Potential Equipment Damage!
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Following cabinet thermal requirements is
critical. To avoid equipment damage, do not
install the AC or DC metro cell cabinets onto a
dark roof or dark wall.
Junction Box Access
Area for Connecting
AC to cabinet
Top View
10.0
(25.4)
30.0
(76.2)
Junction Box Access
Area for Connecting
AC to cabinet
30.0
(76.2)
Distance required when
cabinet is placed next to
another heat source such
as another cabinet
Distance required when
cabinet is placed
next to a non-heat
source such as a wall
Top View
5.0
(12.7)
Dimensions in inches (centimeters)
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Supplied Items
 IMPORTANT Do not store installation manual in cabinet after cabinet installation is complete.
Items shipped with the MC-AR2, MC-AR3, MC-DBR4, or MC-DBR5 Metro Cell cabinets
include:
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3/16-in. Allen wrench
5/32-in. pin-in-hex bit
Torx T15 security bit
Lifting tabs
Pallet/plinth mounting bolt hole plugs
Installation manual
3/16-in.
Allen Wrench
3/16-in.
Allen
Wrench
Pin-in-hex
Bit
Torx T15
Security Bit
Installation
Manual
MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 Cabinet
Installation
Manual
Lifting
Tabs
Lifting
Tabs
Pallet/Plinth
Mounting Bolt
Hole Plugs
Torx T15
Security Bit/
Pin-in-hex Bit
MC-DBR4 and
MC-DBR5 Cabinet
Pallet/Plinth Mounting
Bolt Hole Plugs
Wiring Diagrams
Refer to the wiring diagrams provided at the end of this installation manual.
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Knockout Removal
Cable Access
Remove the knockouts for cable access before mounting the cabinet. The site plan should show
which knockouts to remove for the customer’s configuration. Follow best practices to remove
knockouts.
1.375
4x on Rear
of cabinet
1.109
Rear View
Cabinet Mounting
The Metro Cell cabinet can be mounted in a number of ways:
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Pad mount
Pole mount/Wall or H-frame mount (optional kit) — PN 3MV00442AB for use with
AC cabinets or PN 3MV00442AA for use with DC cabinets
4-in. plinth mount (optional kit) — PN 3MV00443AB for use with AC and DC cabinets
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Cabinet Lifting
Determine a safe method of lifting the cabinet based on maximum weight. Use a portable
lifting/supporting device to mount the cabinet to a pole, wall, H-frame, pad or platform, if
necessary.
WARNING
Potential equipment damage
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Engineer a mounting apparatus to the weight of the cabinet before lift.
The cabinet must be stabilized and supported for mounting and installation.
Follow any directions from the manufacturer for moving equipment to be installed.
Ensure all required drawings, local installation instructions, job specifications, and other
reference documentation are available.
Do not lift cabinet with optional customer equipment or batteries installed.
Do not lift cabinet with the doors open.
Follow local safety requirements when lifting the cabinet.
Do not stand under the cabinet while it is suspended.
To install the lifting tabs
1
2
Open the cabinet and retrieve the lifting
tab hardware.
Align the lifting tabs with the chamfered
screw (hole-side out), then install the lift
tabs. Torque to 80 in-lb.
Chamfered
side out for
flathead screws.
Cabinet Weight
Note Do not lift cabinet with batteries
installed.
Front
This table provides the weight of the cabinet. Add together the weights pertinent to your
configuration to determine lifting hoist construction if necessary and the amount of allowable
weight for customer equipment.
Assembly
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Weight
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3 cabinet,
SAR-W, PDU
140 lb (63 kg)
MC-DBR4 or MC-DBR5
cabinet, SAR-W w/out
batteries installed
220 lb (99 kg)
MC-DBR4 or MC-DBR5 cabinet
battery weight
175 lb (79 kg)
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Cabinet Dimensions
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3 Cabinet
19.92
(50.60)
23.25
(59.05)
3.29
(8.36)
Pole
Mount
30.00
(76.20)
Front View
Side View
44.28
(112.47)
44.54
(113.13)
Dimensions in inches (centimeters)
Pole Mount
(Optional)
Top View
External
J-Box
44.28
(112.47)
44.54
(113.13)
Door Open;
Equipment
Tipped Out
Pole Mount
(Optional)
Top View
External
J-Box
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MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 Cabinet
23.25
(59.06)
19.92
(50.60)
2.75
(6.99)
53.19
52.44
(135.10)
(133.19)
Pole
Mount
(Optional)
Front View
Side View
42.81
(108.73)
44.00
(111.76)
Dimensions in inches (centimeters)
Pole Mount
(Optional)
External J-Box
Top View
42.81
(108.73)
44.00
(111.76)
Door Open
Equipment
Tipped Out
Pole Mount
(Optional)
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External J-Box
Top View
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Pole Mount
Pole Mount Bracket Dimensions
49.655 1261.24
48.740 1238
27.155 689.74
26.205 665.61
.563 14.29
44.539 1131.29
.563 14.29 T
22.073 560.66
13.030 330.96
29.204 741.77
23.482 596.43
3.987 101.26
0 0
12.516 317.90
9.000 228.60
6.794 172.56
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3
Cabinet Pole Mount
Bracket
4.021 102.13
0 0
Dimensions in inches
(centimeters)
9.000 228.60
MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5
Cabinet Pole Mount
Bracket
Kit PN
Document PN
Description
3MV00442AA
1000023825
Metro Cell DC Cabinet Wall/Pole Mounting Bracket Kit
3MV00442AB
1000023825
Metro Cell AC Cabinet Wall/Pole Mounting Bracket Kit
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Kit Contents
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3
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(1) Pole mount bracket
(4) 3/8-16 x 7/8-in. long stainless
steel bolts
(4) 3/8-in. stainless steel split-lock
washers
(4) 3/8-in. stainless steel flat washers
(2) 1/4-20 stainless steel flathead screws
MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5
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(1) Pole mount bracket
(8) 3/8-16 x 7/8-in. long stainless
steel bolts
(8) 3/8-in. stainless steel split-lock
washers
(8) 3/8-in. stainless steel flat washers
(2) 1/4-20 stainless steel flathead screws
Note Remove the snap-in covers for pole mount bracket mounting access per the cabinet
installation manual before mounting the cabinet per the instructions below.
Tools and Materials Required
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To install the pole mount bracket to a pole with threaded rods or bolts
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Standard tools, including a nut driver
An installed pole that meets local codes and ordinances for this category of cabinet
A mechanical support to hold the cabinet in place while mounting
Pole mount securing materials—bolts and hardware
Determine the cabinet mounting position on the pole:
a Position the pole mount bracket onto the pole to use as a stencil for marking holes for
the threaded rods or bolts (3/8-in. minimum to 1/2-in. maximum diameter;
customer-provided). Ensure the pole mount bracket is level. Mark the hole locations.
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Note The pole mount bracket “V” tabs should be positioned at the top for correct pole
mount bracket orientation.
“V” Tabs
“V” Tabs
Pole
(2) Threaded
Rod/Bolt
Locations
(4) Threaded
Rod/Bolt
Locations
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3
Cabinet Pole Mount
Bracket
MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5
Cabinet Pole Mount
Bracket
2
3
4
5
Drill the mounting holes straight horizontally and level vertically.
Slide the threaded rods or bolts through the holes in the pole mount bracket and the drilled
holes in the pole.
Apply anti-galling lubricant to the front end of each rod or bolt threads.
At the front of the pole mount bracket location, attach 1 set of customer-provided stainless
steel hardware (size compatible with size of threaded rod: (1) 1 1/2-in. diameter load
spreading washer, (1) split-lock washer, and (1) hex nut) to each threaded rod, leaving 1/2
to 3/4-in. of the rod extended past the nut.
Note If using a bolt, only 1 set of
securing hardware is required,
at the rear of the pole only.
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Pole Mount Bracket
Split
At the rear of the pole:
Nut
Load
Spreading
Washer
Pole
Rear
Split
Load
Spreading
Washer
Rod extends
1/2-3/4-in.
past nut
Nut
Rod
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b
c
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Attach 1 set of customer-provided stainless steel hardware (size compatible with size of
threaded rod or bolt: (1) 1 1/2-in. diameter load spreading washer, (1) split-lock washer,
and (2) hex nuts) to each threaded rod or bolt, in the same stacking order (flat washer
against the pole).
Pull the rod or bolt tight against the front of the pole, then tighten the nut at the rear
until the split-lock washer flattens. Torque hardware to 15 ft-lb.
Cut off excess rod, leaving 1/2 to 4-in. extended past the nut. Deburr the cut end.
To mount the cabinet to the pole mount bracket
1
Insert 2 stainless steel 1/4-20 bolts (provided) into rear of cabinet in locations illustrated.
Leave 1/4-in. gap from back face of cabinet to underside of bolt. The bolts are used to hold
the cabinet onto the pole mount bracket while correct cabinet alignment is determined.
Stainless Steel
Bolt Locations
Rear
WARNING
Failure to follow safety procedures could result in injury or death!
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Follow local safety requirements when lifting the cabinet.
Do not stand under the cabinet while it is suspended.
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2
Secure a mechanical lifting device to both lifting tabs and lift the cabinet. It is recommended
that 2 independent lifting devices be used to connect to the lifting hoist. See cabinet lifting
section.
Lift Hoist
Connected to
Lifting Tabs
Lifting
Tab
Note: MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 cabinet shown
3
Position the cabinet so that the 2 installed stainless steel bolts on the rear of the cabinet align
with the “V” tabs on the top of the pole mount bracket. Lower the cabinet into position
using the alignment pins located at the bottom of the pole mount bracket. The cabinet is
now temporarily secured for alignment and final installation onto the pole mount bracket.
1/4-20-in. bolts
secured into “V” tabs
Pole Mount
Bracket
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: Cabinet is removed
from pole to show pole mount
bracket/cabinet hardware
mounting locations
Alignment
Pins
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WARNING
Do not release the cabinet from the mechanical lifting device until the cabinet is
permanently secured to the pole mount bracket. This information is outlined on the next
page.
Do not stand underneath the cabinet until it is completely installed.
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To secure the MC-AR2 and MC-AR3 cabinet to the pole mount bracket
1
2
3
Open the cabinet door.
Apply anti-galling lubricant to the front end of bolt threads.
Using a 9/16-in. socket, secure the cabinet to the pole mount bracket following the
hardware tightening sequence illustrated below. Mounting hardware ((4) 3/8-in. stainless
steel hex bolts, stainless steel flat washers, and stainless steel split-lock washers supplied with
the kit) is inserted through cabinet into nutserts in pole mount bracket. Torque hardware to
27 ft-lb.
a Install 2 mounting hardware stack-ups as illustrated.
Install 2
Hardware
Stack-ups
Bolt
Split Flat
Hardware
Stack-up
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3 Cabinet
Cabinet
Back Wall
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: cabinet is shown with
pole and equipment removed
to show hardware locations
b
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Inside the cabinet, use a 3/16-in. Allen wrench to loosen the hardware securing the rear
equipment mounting bracket to the cabinet.
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Note Do not remove the rear bracket from the Metro Cell or SAR-W.
Rear Equipment Mounting
Bracket Hardware Location
Note: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3
Cabinet Shown
Metro Cell
c
d
SAR-W
Pull each Metro Cell or SAR-W down to allow access to the cabinet’s rear wall and the
remaining 2 pole mount bracket mounting locations.
Install 2 remaining hardware stack-ups as illustrated.
Install 2
Hardware
Stack-ups
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3 Cabinet
Bolt
Split Flat
Hardware
Stack-up
Cabinet
Back Wall
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: cabinet is shown with
pole and equipment removed
to show hardware locations
WARNING
Do not pull down on the RF cables.
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4
5
Reposition each Metro Cell or SAR-W in its original orientation inside the cabinet.
Retighten the hardware securing the rear equipment bracket to the cabinet.Torque hardware
to 30 in-lb.
WARNING
Failure to install all pole mount bracket mounting hardware could result in serious injury
or death.
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Install (4) pallet/plinth mounting bolt hole plugs (included inside the cabinet) into the
pallet/plinth bolt holes located on the bottom of the cabinet.
Top
Bolt Hole
Locations
Note: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Cabinet Bottom View
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To secure the MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 cabinet to the pole mount bracket
1
2
3
4
16
Open the rectifier compartment door.
Open the equipment compartment door.
Apply anti-galling lubricant to the front end of bolt threads.
Using a 9/16-in. socket, secure the cabinet to the pole mount bracket following the
hardware tightening sequence illustrated below. Mounting hardware ((8) 3/8-in. stainless
steel hex bolts, stainless steel flat washers, and stainless steel split-lock washers supplied with
the kit) is inserted through cabinet into nutserts in pole mount bracket. Torque hardware to
27 ft-lb.
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a
Install 2 hardware stack-ups as illustrated.
Install 2
Hardware
Stack-ups
Equipment
Compartment
Bolt
Split Flat
Hardware
Stack-up
Cabinet
Back Wall
Rectifier
Compartment
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: Cabinet is shown
with pole and equipment removed
to show hardware locations
Battery
Compartment
MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 Cabinet
b
Open the battery compartment door.
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c
Install 4 hardware stack-ups as illustrated.
Bolt
Split Flat
Hardware
Stack-up
Cabinet
Back Wall
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: Cabinet is shown
with pole and equipment removed
to show hardware locations
Rectifier
Compartment
Install 4
Hardware
Stack-ups
Battery
Compartment
MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 Cabinet
d
Inside the cabinet, use a 3/16-in. Allen wrench to loosen the hardware securing the rear
equipment mounting bracket to the cabinet.
Note Do not remove the rear bracket from the Metro Cell or SAR-W.
Rear Equipment Mounting
Bracket Hardware Location
Note 1: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Note 2: MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 cabinet
(not shown) rear equipment mounting bracket
hardware is found in same location
MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 Cabinet
SAR-W
Metro Cell
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e
f
Pull each Metro Cell or SAR-W down to allow access to the cabinet’s rear wall and the
pole mount bracket mounting locations.
Install 2 remaining hardware stack-ups as illustrated.
Bolt
Install 2
Hardware
Stack-ups
Here
Rectifier
Compartment
Split Flat
Hardware
Stack-up
Cabinet
Back Wall
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: Cabinet is shown
with pole and equipment removed
to show hardware locations
Battery
Compartment
MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 Cabinet
WARNING
Do not pull down on the RF cables.
5
6
Reposition each Metro Cell or SAR-W in its original orientation inside the cabinet.
Retighten the hardware securing the rear equipment bracket to the cabinet.Torque hardware
to 30 in-lb.
WARNING
Failure to install all pole mount bracket mounting hardware could result in serious injury
or death.
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7
Install (4) pallet/plinth mounting bolt hole plugs (included inside the cabinet) into the
pallet/plinth bolt holes located on the bottom of the battery base.
Top
Bolt Hole
Locations
Note: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Cabinet Bottom View
Pole Mount with Banding
Tools and Materials Required
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Standard tools, including a nut driver and those needed for banding
An installed pole that meets local codes and ordinances
A mechanical support to hold the cabinet in place while mounting
Pole mount securing materials—banding
To mount the cabinet to a pole with banding
If banding is the chosen pole mounting method, the installer must know the
 Important!
technique of banding a pole mount, and local codes and ordinances for this type of installation.
1
20
Secure the pole mount bracket to the determined position on the pole (minimum 4-in.
diameter) by inserting 3/4-in. steel banding material through every banding location on the
pole mount bracket.
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Note The pole mount bracket “V” tabs should be positioned at the top for correct pole
mount bracket orientation.
“V” Tabs
“V” Tabs
Banding
Locations
Banding
Locations
Banding
Locations
Banding
Locations
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3
Cabinet Pole Mount
Bracket
MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5
Cabinet Pole Mount
Bracket
2
3
Secure and tighten the banding following the banding manufacturer’s recommendations.
Follow the instructions for mounting the cabinet to the pole mount bracket described
previously.
WARNING
Failure to use all banding positions and not properly follow the manufacturer’s
recommended banding procedures could result in serious injury or death.
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Wall or H-frame Mount
Tools and Materials Required
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To mount the cabinet to a wall or H-frame
1
2
3
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Standard tools, including a nut driver
A load-bearing wall or H-frame structure that meets local codes and ordinances for this
category and weight of cabinet
Securing hardware specific to the wall construction and cabinet weight, determined and
supplied by the customer
A mechanical support to hold the cabinet in place while mounting
Determine the cabinet mounting position on the wall or H-frame:
a Position the pole mount bracket on the wall or H-frame to use as a stencil for marking
holes for the mounting hardware (3/8-in. minimum to 1/2-in. maximum diameter;
customer-provided). Ensure the pole mount bracket is level. Mark the hole locations..
Align the pole mount bracket mounting holes with the securing points on the wall or
H-frame.
Install the mounting hardware (customer-provided) through the mounting holes on the pole
mount bracket.
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Note The pole mount bracket “V” tabs should be positioned at the top for correct pole
mount bracket orientation.
“V” Tabs
Wall
“V” Tabs
(6)
Hardware
Mounting
Holes
(12)
Hardware
Mounting
Holes
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3
Cabinet Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: Mounting
holes are located
behind pole
mount flange on
MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 pole
mount brackets
MC-DBR3 and MC-DBR5
Cabinet Pole Mount
Bracket
4
Torque the mounting hardware as appropriate for the wall of H-frame anchoring materials
and hardware.
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To mount the cabinet to the pole mount bracket
1
Insert 2 stainless steel 1/4-20 bolts (provided) into rear of cabinet in locations illustrated.
Leave 1/4-in. gap from back face of cabinet to underside of bolt. The bolts are used to hold
the cabinet onto the pole mount bracket while correct cabinet alignment is determined.
Stainless Steel
Bolt Locations
Rear
WARNING
Failure to follow safety procedures could result in injury or death!
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Follow local safety requirements when lifting the cabinet.
Do not stand under the cabinet while it is suspended.
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2
Secure a mechanical lifting device to both lifting tabs and lift the cabinet. It is recommended
that 2 independent lifting devices be used to connect to the lifting hoist. See cabinet lifting
section.
Lift Hoist
Connected to
Lifting Tabs
Lifting
Tab
Note: MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 cabinet shown
3
Position the cabinet so that the 2 installed stainless steel bolts on the rear of the cabinet align
with the “V” tabs on the top of the pole mount bracket. Lower the cabinet into position
using the alignment pins located at the bottom of the pole mount bracket. The cabinet is
now temporarily secured for alignment and final installation onto the pole mount bracket.
1/4-20-in. bolts
secured into “V” tabs
Pole Mount
Bracket
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: Cabinet is removed
from pole to show pole mount
bracket/cabinet hardware
mounting locations
Alignment
Pins
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WARNING
Do not release the cabinet from the mechanical lifting device until the cabinet is
permanently secured to the wall or H-frame. This information is outlined on the next page.
≡≡
To secure the MC-AR2 and MC-AR3 cabinet to the pole mount bracket
1
2
3
Open the cabinet door.
Apply anti-galling lubricant to the front end of bolt threads.
Using a 9/16-in. socket, secure the cabinet to the pole mount bracket following the
hardware tightening sequence illustrated below. Mounting hardware ((4) 3/8-in. stainless
steel hex bolts, stainless steel flat washers, and stainless steel split-lock washers supplied with
the kit) is inserted through cabinet into nutserts in pole mount bracket. Torque hardware to
27 ft-lb.
a Install 2 mounting hardware stack-ups as illustrated.
Install 2
Hardware
Stack-ups
Bolt
Split Flat
Hardware
Stack-up
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3 Cabinet
Cabinet
Back Wall
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: cabinet is shown with
pole and equipment removed
to show hardware locations
b
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Inside the cabinet, use a 3/16-in. Allen wrench to loosen the hardware securing the rear
equipment mounting bracket to the cabinet.
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Note Do not remove the rear bracket from the Metro Cell or SAR-W.
Rear Equipment Mounting
Bracket Hardware Location
Note: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 Cabinet
Metro Cell
c
d
SAR-W
Pull each Metro Cell or SAR-W down to allow access to the cabinet’s rear wall and the
remaining 2 pole mount bracket mounting locations.
Install 2 remaining hardware stack-ups as illustrated.
Install 2
Hardware
Stack-ups
MC-AR2 and MC-AR3 Cabinet
Bolt
Split Flat
Hardware
Stack-up
Cabinet
Back Wall
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: cabinet is shown with
pole and equipment removed
to show hardware locations
WARNING
Do not pull down on the RF cables.
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4
5
Reposition each Metro Cell or SAR-W in its original orientation inside the cabinet.
Retighten the hardware securing the rear equipment bracket to the cabinet.Torque hardware
to 30 in-lb.
WARNING
Failure to install all pole mount bracket mounting hardware could result in serious injury
or death.
6
Install (4) pallet/plinth mounting bolt hole plugs (included inside the cabinet) into the
pallet/plinth bolt holes located on the bottom of the cabinet.
Top
Bolt Hole
Locations
Note: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Cabinet Bottom View
≡≡
To secure the MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 cabinet to the pole mount bracket
1
2
3
4
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Open the rectifier compartment door.
Open the equipment compartment door.
Apply anti-galling lubricant to the front end of bolt threads.
Using a 9/16-in. socket, secure the cabinet to the pole mount bracket following the
hardware tightening sequence illustrated below. Mounting hardware ((8) 3/8-in. stainless
steel hex bolts, stainless steel flat washers, and stainless steel split-lock washers supplied with
the kit) is inserted through cabinet into nutserts in pole mount bracket. Torque hardware to
27 ft-lb.
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a
Install 2 hardware stack-ups as illustrated.
Install 2
Hardware
Stack-ups
Equipment
Compartment
Bolt
Split Flat
Hardware
Stack-up
Cabinet
Back Wall
Rectifier
Compartment
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: Cabinet is shown
with pole and equipment removed
to show hardware locations
Battery
Compartment
MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 Cabinet
b
Open the battery compartment door.
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c
Install 4 hardware stack-ups as illustrated.
MC-DBR4 and
MC-DBR5 Cabinet
Bolt
Split Flat
Hardware
Stack-up
Cabinet
Back Wall
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: Cabinet is shown
with pole and equipment removed
to show hardware locations
Rectifier
Compartment
Install 4
Hardware
Stack-ups
Battery
Compartment
d
Inside the cabinet, use a 3/16-in. Allen wrench to loosen the hardware securing the rear
equipment mounting bracket to the cabinet.
Note Do not remove the rear bracket from the Metro Cell or SAR-W.
Rear Equipment Mounting
Bracket Hardware Location
Note 1: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Note 2: MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 cabinet
(not shown) rear equipment mounting bracket
hardware is found in same location
MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 Cabinet
SAR-W
Metro Cell
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e
f
Pull each Metro Cell or SAR-W down to allow access to the cabinet’s rear wall and the
pole mount bracket mounting locations.
Install 2 remaining hardware stack-ups as illustrated.
Bolt
Install 2
Hardware
Stack-ups
Here
Rectifier
Compartment
Split Flat
Hardware
Stack-up
Cabinet
Back Wall
Pole Mount
Bracket
Note: Cabinet is shown
with pole and equipment removed
to show hardware locations
Battery
Compartment
MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 Cabinet
WARNING
Do not pull down on the RF cables.
5
6
Reposition each Metro Cell or SAR-W in its original orientation inside the cabinet.
Retighten the hardware securing the rear equipment bracket to the cabinet.Torque hardware
to 30 in-lb.
WARNING
Failure to install all pole mount bracket mounting hardware could result in serious injury
or death.
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7
Install (4) pallet/plinth mounting bolt hole plugs (included inside the cabinet) into the
pallet/plinth bolt holes located on the bottom of the battery base.
Top
Bolt Hole
Locations
Note: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Cabinet Bottom View
Pad/Rooftop Mount
4-in. Plinth
The 4-in. plinth option requires a kit, separately ordered, but delivered with the cabinet.
Kit PN
3MV00443AB
Document PN
Description
4-in. Plinth Kit
The 4-in. plinth mounting instructions are included in the kit installation manual.
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Kit Contents
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(1) 4-in. plinth
(1) Front plinth cover
(1) Rear plinth cover
(12) 1/4-20 stainless steel security screws
(12) 1/4-in. stainless steel split-lock washers
(12) 1/4-in. stainless steel flat washers
(4) 3/8-16 x 7/8-in. stainless steel long bolts
(8) 3/8-in. stainless steel split-lock washers
(8) 3/8-in. stainless steel flat washers
(2) 1/4-20 stainless steel flat head screws
Tools and Materials Required
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Standard tools, including a nut driver
Appropriate 3/8-in. anchoring hardware (bolt, nut, and washer for rooftop mount)
(customer-provided)
A mechanical support to hold the cabinet in place while mounting
To install the 4-in. plinth onto a concrete pad
1
Install 3/8-in. concrete anchor nuts into the concrete pad following standard local practices.
Refer to the plinth mounting dimensions below.
21.00
(53.34)
10.50
(26.67)
4x
.5
14.56
(36.98)
9.25
(23.50)
Dimensions in inches (centimeters)
18.50
(46.99)
Plinth Mounting Dimensions
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2
Secure the plinth with appropriate anchoring hardware. Ensure load spreading washers are
oriented as illustrated. Torque hardware per anchor nut specifications.
Mounting
Hole
Mounting
Hole
Anchoring
Hardware
Load
Spreading
Washer
Mounting
Hole
3
4
Mounting
Hole
Place the cabinet onto the 4 in. plinth and align the cabinet holes with the 4-in. plinth
mounting holes.
Follow the steps described at the end of this section to access the plinth-to-cabinet hardware
securing locations.
WARNING
The cabinet may tip until it is secured to the 4-in. plinth.
≡≡
To install the cabinet onto a rooftop mounting platform
1
2
3
4
Install the rooftop mounting platform (designed appropriately for cabinet configuration
weight) following standard local practices.
Place the cabinet onto the 4-in. plinth and align cabinet holes with the 4-in. plinth mounting
holes.
Follow the steps described at the end of this section to access the plinth-to-cabinet hardware
securing locations.
After the plinth is secured to the cabinet, position the cabinet onto the rooftop mounting
platform. Secure the cabinet with 4-in. plinth to the rooftop mounting platform with the
appropriate customer-provided 3/8-in. anchoring hardware (bolt, nut, and washer)
applicable to configuration weight.
WARNING
The cabinet may tip until it is secured to the 4-in. plinth.
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Plinth-to-cabinet Hardware Securing Locations
≡≡
To access the plinth-to-cabinet hardware securing locations for the MC-AR2
and MC-AR3 cabinet:
1
2
Open the cabinet door.
Inside the cabinet, loosen the hardware securing the rear equipment mounting bracket to
the cabinet.
Note Do not remove the rear bracket from the Metro Cell or SAR-W.
Rear Equipment Mounting
Bracket Hardware Locations
Note 1: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Note 2: MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 cabinet
(not shown) rear equipment mounting bracket
hardware is found in same location
MC-A2 and
MC-AR3 Cabinet
Metro Cell
3
SAR-W
Pull each Metro Cell or SAR-W down to allow access to the cabinet’s interior.
WARNING
Do not pull down on the RF cables.
4
Use a 5/32-in. pin-in-hex bit (included with cabinet) to remove the hardware securing the
front and rear plinth access covers. Remove the plinth access covers.
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5
Secure the cabinet to the plinth with 1 hardware stackup (included with the kit) in each
corner: (1) 3/8-16 stainless steel bolt, (2) 3/8-in. stainless steel flat washers, (1) 3/8-in.
stainless steel split-lock washer, and (1) 3/8-in. stainless steel nut). Torque hardware to
20 ft-lb.
Front Plinth
Access Cover
6
7
8
Rear Plinth
Access Cover
Location
Re-install and secure the front and rear plinth access covers. Torque hardware to 58 in-lb.
Re-position the cabinet equipment.
Secure a mechanical lifting device to both lifting tabs and lift the cabinet. It is recommended
that 2 independent lifting devices be used to connect to the lifting hoist. See cabinet lifting
section.
WARNING
The cabinet may tip until it is secured to the 4-in. plinth.
≡≡
To access the plinth-to-cabinet hardware securing locations for the MC-DBR4
and MC-DBR5 cabinet:
1
2
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Open the rectifier door and then open the battery compartment door.
Use a 5/32-in. pin-in-hex bit (included with cabinet) to remove the hardware securing the
front and rear plinth access covers. Remove the plinth access covers.
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3
Secure the cabinet to the plinth with 1 hardware stackup (included with the kit) in each
corner: (1) 3/8-16 stainless steel bolt, (2) 3/8-in. stainless steel flat washers, (1) 3/8-in.
stainless steel split-lock washer, and (1) 3/8-in. stainless steel nut). Torque hardware to
20 ft-lb.
Front Plinth
Access Cover
4
5
Rear Plinth
Access Cover
Location
Re-install and secure the front and rear plinth access covers. Torque hardware to 58 in-lb.
Secure a mechanical lifting device to both lifting tabs and lift the cabinet. It is recommended
that 2 independent lifting devices be used to connect to the lifting hoist. See cabinet lifting
section.
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Grounding
Tools and Materials Required
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Standard tools, including 7/16 in. nut driver
Corrosion inhibiting, electrically conductive grease
Customer-supplied ground cable with a 2-hole lug connector (1/4 in. diameter holes,
5/8 in. center-to-center spacing)
Securing hardware (provided with cabinet)
Grounding point or service that conforms to local codes and ordinances
To ground the cabinet
1
Locate the exterior, unpainted grounding area of the cabinet.
2
Detach and retain the securing hardware.
Apply corrosion-inhibiting, electrically conductive grease to the unpainted grounding area.
Place the cable lug over the threaded holes and secure with retained hardware. Torque bolts
to 54 in-lb.
3
4
Connecting RF Cables
Tools and Materials Required
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Standard tools
7/16-in. DIN connectorized, preterminated RF and GPS cables (customer-supplied)
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To install RF cables
1
2
3
4
Test RF cables and antennas per local practices.
Install all antennas and route RF cables to the designated locations on the cabinet bulkheads.
Remove protective caps from antenna ports.
Install RF cables in locations shown below.
Metro Cell Antennas
GPS Antenna
MC-AR2 and MC-DBR5 Cabinet
Metro Cell Antennas
GPS Antenna
MC-AR3 and MC-DBR4 Cabinet
5
Tighten RF cable nuts and torque to 20 ft-lb.
RF Cable Nut
Note 1: Route cables as shown to
create a drip loop.
Note 2: For wall mount applications,
ensure RF cables are equipped with
a 90 degree connector.
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Batteries (MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 Only)
WARNING
High Energy Level! Failure to follow safety procedures could result in severe injury!

When installing or servicing the batteries, use certified insulated tools to prevent electrical
short circuit.
WARNING

Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries
according to the instructions.
ATTENTION

≡≡
Il y a risque d'explosion si la batterie est remplacée par une batterie de type incorrect.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées conformément aux instructions.
To install the batteries into the cabinet
Apply a generous amount of no-ox grease (provided with batteries) to all battery and
 Important
intercell connectors. Install battery covers.
1
2
Open cabinet battery compartment.
Using a 7/16 in. nut driver, remove the 2 bolts securing the battery retention bracket.
Remove the battery retention bracket.
Battery Retention
Bracket
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3
Remove the battery covers from the negative terminal end of batteries 1 - 3. Refer to
illustration below for battery string connection information.
80AHr Battery SAFT Tel X80 38 Cells
SAFT PN: 80-94818-02
TEMP PROBE
NEG 48VDC
POS RET
Battery 4
Battery 1
4
Battery 2
Battery 3
Install battery cables to negative terminals as illustrated. Replace battery covers.
Ensure battery cables are bent downwards after installation to direct water away from
 Important
battery terminals as illustrated in Step 9.
Battery Covers
Battery Cables (3x)
Installed onto
Negative Battery
Terminals
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5
Position battery 1 as illustrated with positive battery terminal end facing forward.
Battery 1
6
42
Remove battery cover from positive terminal end of battery 1. Install positive battery cable
from power shelf onto battery 1 positive terminal. Replace battery cover. Push battery 1 into
position.
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7
Position battery 2 as illustrated with positive battery terminal end facing forward.
Battery 1
Battery 2
8
Remove battery cover from positive terminal end of battery 1. Install the negative battery
cable from battery 1 onto the positive battery terminal on battery 2. Replace battery cover.
Push battery 2 into position.
Battery 1
Battery 2
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9
Dress battery cable as illustrated.
Battery Cable Routed
Through Trough
Battery Cable
Dressed Correctly
Important:
Verify that the cable
is also bent downward
at the rear connection
The cable should route into
the trough between both
battery covers to ensure
it doesn’t get pinched
between the batteries
Battery 1
10 Position battery 3 as illustrated with positive battery terminal end facing forward.
Battery 1
Battery 2
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Battery 3
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11 Remove battery cover from positive terminal end of battery 3. Install the negative battery
cable from battery 2 onto the positive battery terminal on battery 3. Replace battery cover.
Push battery 3 into position.
Battery 1
Battery 2
Battery 3
12 Dress battery cable as illustrated.
Battery Cables Dressed Correctly
Battery Cable
Dressed Correctly
Battery 1
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13 Position battery 4 as illustrated with negative battery terminal end facing forward. Remove
battery cover from positive terminal end of battery 4. Install the negative battery cable from
battery 3 onto the positive battery terminal on battery 4. Replace battery cover.
 IMPORTANT Orientation of battery 4 is reversed - negative battery terminal end faces forward.
Battery 4
Battery 2
Battery 3
14 Remove the battery cover from the negative terminal end of battery 4. Install the negative
battery cable from the power shelf and the temp probe onto the battery 4 negative terminal.
Replace battery cover.
Battery 1
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Battery 2
Battery 3
Battery 4
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15 Push battery 4 into position. Using a 7/16 in. nut driver, re-install the battery retention
bracket and secure with the 2 bolts removed in Step 1. Torque to 85 in-lb.
Battery Retention Bracket
Connecting AC Power
WARNING
Ground cabinet per “Grounding” Section (page 38) prior to connecting AC power.
Tools and Materials Required

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Standard tools and any tools to seal conduit
3/4-in. conduit for routing cables to the cabinet
3/4 NPT conduit fitting
(2) 2 x 12AWG wire nuts
(1) 3 x 12AWG wire nut
Seals, gaskets, or fittings rated at NEMA 4 or IP65 for the conduit ports
Outdoor-rated, air-tight sealant for conduit
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To connect the cabinet to AC power
1
Use the Torx T15 security bit (included in the cabinet) to remove the 2 stainless steel
6-32x1/2-in. security screws securing the exterior j-box cover. Remove and retain the cover
and hardware.
Exterior J-Box
Cover
Exterior
J-Box
2
Remove the wing-nut securing the applicable blanking plug from the exterior j-box. Discard
hardware.
Blanking Plug
Location
Blanking Plug
Location
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3
Ensure j-box ground cable is connected with incoming AC and cabinet ground cables.
J-box Ground
Cable
Wing-nut
AC and Cabinet
Ground Cables
4
Connect the 3/4 NFT conduit fitting and 3/4-in. conduit to the external j-box.
3/4-in.
Conduit
5
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6
3/4 NPT
Conduit Fitting
Route the AC power cable through the conduit and into the external j-box. Use wire nuts
to connect the AC cabinet wires to incoming AC power cable:
110 VAC
– Live - Black
– Neutral - White
– Ground - Green
Position AC cabinet wires inside external j-box..
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7
Reinstall the external j-box cover and secure with the 2 security screws. Hand-tighten
screws.
Connecting the Backhaul Fiber Cable
Tools and Materials Required
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Standard tools, including antistatic wrist strap and any tools to seal conduit
Compression fitting sized for fiber cable diameter or conduit if used (customer provided)
Cable ties for cable routing management
SAR-W gland (provided with the cabinet)
To connect the backhaul fiber cable
1
2
Remove the desired knockout and install the compression fitting (customer-supplied) as
illustrated below.
Remove the nut and seal from the compression fitting and feed the fiber cable through the
nut, seal, and fitting, and into the cabinet. Re-secure the seal and nut to the compression
fitting. Do not tighten.
Nut
1-in. compression fitting installed on cabinet
3
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Swing down the SAR-W.
a Open the cabinet door.
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b
Inside the cabinet, use a 3/16-in. Allen wrench to loosen the hardware securing the rear
equipment mounting bracket to the cabinet.
Note Do not remove the rear bracket from the Metro Cell or SAR-W.
Rear Equipment Mounting
Bracket Hardware Locations
Note 1: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Note 2: MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 cabinet
(not shown) rear equipment mounting bracket
hardware is found in same location
MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 Cabinet
Metro Cell
c
SAR-W
Pull the Metro Cell or SAR-W down.
WARNING
Do not pull down on the RF cables.
4
5
Remove the SAR-W port gland. Connect the incoming backhaul fiber cable to Port 3 per
the “DC, Data, and Alarm Wiring Diagram” located at the end of this installation manual.
Inside the cabinet, remove the nut and seal from the SAR-W gland and feed the fiber cable
through it. Insert the fiber connector into the SFP on the SAR-W. Carefully secure the
FullAXS connector onto the SAR-W. Reinstall the seal and nut after it’s fully seated and
tighten as illustrated on the next page.
Maximum Strip Length
Assembled FullAXS Gland
Note Use heat shrink tubing if the fiber cable does not seal properly in the FullAXS gland.
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Note Keep nut loose until correct cable length is established.
Nut
Seal
SAR-W Gland
Fiber cable
inserted through
Full AXS
SAR-W gland
6
Secure the fiber cable to the cable management tray using cable ties. Ensure there is enough
service loop for the SAR-W to pivot without stressing the fiber cable or the FullAXS
SAR-W gland.
Cable
Management
Tray (AC1 Cabinet)
WARNING
Failure to install the FullAXS gland on the SAR-W will void the SAR-W warranty.
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7
Reposition the SAR-W in its original orientation, ensuring all cables remain unobstructed.
Note: Metro Cell
cabinet not
shown for clarity
Full AXS SAR-W Gland
Fiber Cable
8
9
Retighten the hardware securing the rear equipment bracket to the cabinet.Torque hardware
to 30 in-lb.
Tighten the fiber cable compression fitting on the outside of the cabinet.
Alarm Configuration
Please refer to the Alcatel-Lucent OLCS website shown below for copies of the
 IMPORTANT
7310 Metro Cell cabinet alarming procedures or contact your local representative.
All 7310 Metro Cell cabinet alarming procedures can be downloaded from the following
Alcatel-Lucent OLCS website location:
https://infoproducts.alcatel-lucent.com/aces/cgi-bin/dbaccessproddoc.cgi.edit?entryId=
1-0000000003997&doctype=DOC
Refer to Model/Subgroup pull-down; select “7310 Metro Cell Cabinet”.
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Cabinet Alarms (MC-DBR4 and MCDBR5 Only)
The GE-J2007003 L202 SPS rectifier shelf supports 9 binary alarm inputs with a common return
(Pin 6). The signal assignment for alarm input connector J1 (located on the front face of the
GE-J2007003 L202 SPS rectifier shelf ) with the SPS841A_910R_USB with factory default
assignments is shown below. The SPS841A_910R_USB supports IPv6, SNMPV3, SSH, and
HTTPS.
Galaxy Pulsar Edge SPS841A_910R_USB
Pin 10
User Level Description
Pin
Signal
User Configurable Alarm Input 9 - Ext Fan Fail
(IN015; AUX 9)
10
User Configurable Alarm Input 8 - Air Conditioner Fail
(IN014; AUX 8)
9
Air Conditioner Fail
User Configurable Alarm Input 7 - Battery Fail
(IN013; AUX 7)
8
Battery Fail
User Configurable Alarm Input 6 - Retrieved Generator
(IN012; AUX 6)
7
Retrieved Generator
Alarms 1 - 9: Return
6
Return for Alarms
User Configurable Alarm Input 5 - External DC Minor
(IN011; AUX 5)
5
External DC Fail Minor
User Configurable Alarm Input 4 - External DC Major
(IN010; AUX 4)
4
External DC Fail Major
User Configurable Alarm Input 3 - Door 2 Open
(IN009; AUX 3)
3
Door 2 Open (Intrusion Level 2)
User Configurable Alarm Input 2 - SPD Fail
(IN008; AUX 2)
2
Surge Protection Device Fail
User Configurable Alarm Input 1 - Door Open Alarm
(IN007; AUX 1)
1
Door Open (Intrusion Level 1)
External Fan Fail
Note: Signal Assignments Defined For J2007003L202 J1
J1
Pin 1
Metro Cell cabinet alarms are indicated below:
Alarm
Pin 2
Surge Protect Fail
Pin 1
Door Open
The LAN port of the Pulsar Edge rectifier shelf controller is connected to SAR-W port 1/1/5,
allowing network access to the functions of the Pulsar Edge controller.
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The Pulsar Edge controller supports network access to almost all controller functions including
all voltage and temperature readings, current alarms, and alarm history. It supports a web-based
user interface using standard browsers like Microsoft Internet Explorer©. It can provide plant
alarm and control information to a distributed or centralized Network Operation Center (NOC)
using the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) or the Transaction Machine
Language (TL1), which allow the Pulsar Edge controller to provide alarm information to the
NOC for integrated network management. The Pulsar Edge controller provides network acces
and control capability for users under the HTTP, Telnet, FTP, SMTP, SNMP, and TL1 protocols.
Refer to the Galaxy Pulsar Edge System Controller Product Manual Comcode CC848836981
for further information.
Door Open Alarm (MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 Only)
The rectifier compartment door is equipped with a plunger-type door switch to report door
alarms. After the rectifier compartment door is opened, an alarm is activated and returned to the
NOC from the SPS rectifier shelf over the SAR-W.
The door alarm can be defeated for maintenance purposes. To cancel the alarm, pull the door
switch plunger out to its defeat position.
Door Alarm in Defeat (Out) Position
The rectifier compartment door is interlocked with the equipment compartment and battery
compartment door. The rectifier door must be opened first and closed last. This door
interlocking serves as the door alarm for these other compartments.
SPD Fail Alarm (MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 Only)
The AC surge protective device (SPD) is equipped with an alarm relay to indicate a failed or
damaged SPD that requires replacement.
Note The alarm circuitry in the SPD is fail-safe and requires AC power to function. An SPD
fail alarm will be present during an AC failure and does not indicate that the SPD requires
replacement.
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Commissioning the Equipment
Name
Part Number
Alcatel-Lucent 9764 Metro Cell Outdoor V1.0 2x5W B13 LTE Hardware 3MN-01714-0002-RJZZA
Installation Document
Alcatel-Lucent 7705 Service Aggregation Router, Release 6.0 R2,
SAR-W Chassis Installation Guide
3HE-07727-AAAB-TQZZA
Rectifiers and Alarms
≡≡
To commission the DC rectifiers and alarms
1
2
Open the rectifier cabinet door.
Insert each rectifier into the appropriate slot in the DC power plant.
WARNING
Ensure there is no gap between rectifier face and rectifier shelf.
WARNING
Potential Equipment Damage
Ensure battery temperature probe and LAN cable are installed in the correction location
on the DC power plant. Reversing the cables may result in damage to the DC power plant.
Temp Probe
Cable Location
LAN Cable Location
LAN and Temp Probe Cable Locations on DC Power Plant
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3
Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the captive screws on each rectifier.
Captive Screws
4
Observe each rectifier — a green LED light indicates the cabinet is powered and operating
normally.
Mgmt
Rectifier
Rectifier
Green LED Lights
5
Observe DC power shelf — green LED lights on the DC power plant indicate no alarms are
present.
Mgmt
Green LED Lights
6
Refer to the DC power plant manufacturer’s manual (included with the cabinet) for further
information on the equipment commissioning process.
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SAR-W
≡≡
To commission the SAR-W
1
2
Open the cabinet door.
Use a torx driver to remove the 2 torx screws securing the access cover on the SAR-W.
Remove the access cover.
Mgmt
Console
Access Panel
Access Cover
3
Refer to the SAR-W manufacturer’s manual for information on how to conduct the
equipment commissioning process.
WARNING
Failure to install the access cover on the SAR-W will void the SAR-W warranty.
Metro Cell
≡≡
To commission the Metro Cell
1
58
Open the cabinet door.
a Inside the cabinet, use a 3/16-in. Allen wrench to loosen the hardware securing the rear
equipment mounting bracket to the cabinet.
ALCATEL-LUCENT 7310 METRO CELL CABINET INSTALLATION MANUAL
Note Do not remove the rear bracket from the Metro Cell.
Rear Equipment Mounting
Bracket Hardware Locations
Note 1: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Note 2: MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 cabinet
(not shown) rear equipment mounting bracket
hardware is found in same location
MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 Cabinet
Metro Cell
b
SAR-W
Using the attached handle, pull down the Metro Cell.
WARNING
Do not pull down on the RF cables.
2
Use a torx wrench to remove the 3 torx security screws securing the access door on the
Metro Cell. Open the access door.
Access Door
Access Door Open
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3
Refer to the Metro Cell manufacturer’s manual for information on how to finalize the
equipment commissioning process.
Connecting Power to Metro Cell 2 and External NID
NID Electrical Specifications
NID maximum power = 25W
Tools and Materials Required


Small, flat blade screwdriver
24mm and 29mm wrenches
WARNING
The cabinets and cables are live once the 48VDC power is applied.
≡≡
To connect power to Metro Cell 2 and the external NID
1
Remove the fuses from the power shelf.
Power Shelf
2
60
Fuses
Position
Fuse Value
Equipment
1
7.5A
MCO#1
2
5A
SAR-W
3
7.5A
MCO#2
4
1.5A
NID (External)
5
1.5A
Fan Kit (Optional)
6
-
Unused
Locate the desired power feed in-line connector. One connector is marked “MCO#2” and
the other is marked “NID”.
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3
Remove the compression nut and tube.
LABEL 1
Plug
Compression
Nut
4
5
Label Identifying
Metro Cell 2 or NID Power
Tube
Remove the sealing plug from the in-line connector and discard.
Select the correct combination of seals for the cable type used.

Use both seals for a cable diameter range of 5 -8mm.

Use only the outer seal for a cable diameter range of 8 - 13mm.
Screw Terminal
Block
Seals
6
7
Insert the power cable through the nut, selected seal(s), and tube.
Install the electrical connections onto the screw terminal block.

RED (L) is -48VDC.

BLACK (N) is RETURN
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
BLACK (N)
RED (L)
RETURN
-48VDC
SAR-W
N
N/A
0.300
0.800
8
9
L
Reassemble the in-line connector.
Ensure the assembly is tightened to 22 in-lb. and provides a good cable entry seal.
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Associated Kits
Name
Part Number
Alcatel-Lucent 7310 DC Metro Cell AWS (B4) Kit
3MV00489AC
Alcatel-Lucent 7310 AC Metro Cell AWS (B4) Kit
3MV00489AB
Alcatel-Lucent 7310 MC DC Cabinet Fan Kit
3MV00491AA
Alcatel-Lucent 7310 MC AC Cabinet Fan Kit
3MV00491AB
Maintenance
DANGER
Any maintenance or service involving electrical power to or inside the cabinet must be
performed by a qualified, licensed electrician.
Preventive Maintenance
Note Maintenance schedule is determined by local practices, cabinet location, and
environmental conditions.
Perform the following periodic maintenance on the cabinet:






Wipe down the exterior if needed.
Blow or vacuum out all vents and drain holes.
Inspect and replace all cables with visible damage.
Inspect all electrical connections.
Ensure all electrical safety covers are in place.
Check all bracket fasterers and tighten bolts where needed.
Field Replacement
SAR-W
≡≡
To replace the SAR-W
1
62
Open the cabinet door.
a Inside the cabinet, use a 3/16-in. Allen wrench to loosen the hardware securing the rear
equipment mounting bracket to the cabinet.
ALCATEL-LUCENT 7310 METRO CELL CABINET INSTALLATION MANUAL
Note Do not remove the rear bracket from the SAR-W.
Rear Equipment Mounting
Bracket Hardware Locations
Note 1: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Note 2: MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 cabinet
(not shown) rear equipment mounting bracket
hardware is found in same location
MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 Cabinet
Metro Cell
SAR-W
Pull down the SAR-W.
Disconnect the power, fiber, ground, and Ethernet cables. Remember orientation for cable
reattachment.
b
2
Cables
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3
Disconnect the tether/link from the SAR-W.
Tether/Link
4
Return the SAR-W to its upright position inside the cabinet. Remove the 2 screws securing
the retainer bracket.
Retainer Bracket
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.
WARNING
The SAR-W is now unsecured.
5
Carefully tip the SAR-W forward and lift out of the cabinet.
6
Position the SAR-W on a flat surface. Use a 13mm socket to remove the 2 bolts securing
the front mounting bracket.
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7
Use a 13mm socket to remove the 2 bolts securing the rear mounting bracket.
8
Install the front and rear mounting brackets onto the new SAR-W and torque bolts to
industry standards.
Install the new SAR-W into the cabinet and reconnect all hardware and cables by reversing
the previous SAR-W removal steps.
9
Metro Cell
≡≡
To replace the Metro Cell
1
Open the cabinet door.
a Inside the cabinet, use a 3/16-in. Allen wrench to loosen the hardware securing the rear
equipment mounting bracket to the cabinet.
Note Do not remove the rear bracket from the Metro Cell.
Rear Equipment Mounting
Bracket Hardware Locations
Note 1: Cabinet view is removed
from pole to show hardware locations
Note 2: MC-DBR4 and MC-DBR5 cabinet
(not shown) rear equipment mounting bracket
hardware is found in same location
MC-AR2 and
MC-AR3 Cabinet
Metro Cell
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b
Using the attached handle, pull down the Metro Cell.
WARNING
Do not pull down on the RF cables.
2
Disconnect the 2 Metro Cell antenna cables and the GPS cable from the Metro Cell.
Remember orientation for cable reattachment.
Cables
3
Cut the 2 sets of 3 cable ties securing the RF cables.
Cable Ties
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4
Disconnect the ground and DC power cables from the Metro Cell.
Ground Cable
DC Power Cable
Fiber Cable
5
Use a torx wrench to remove the 3 torx security screws securing the access door on the
Metro Cell. Open the access door and disconnect the fiber cable and remove from gland.
Close and resecure the access door.
Access Door
Fiber Cable
Access Door
Opened
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6
Disconnect the tether from the Metro Cell.
Tether
7
Return the Metro Cell to its upright position inside the cabinet. Remove the 2 screws
securing the retainer bracket.
Retainer Bracket
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.
WARNING
The Metro Cell is now unsecured.
8
70
Carefully tip the Metro Cell forward and lift out of the cabinet.
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9
Position the Metro Cell on a flat surface. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the 5 stainless
steel M5 flathead screws and a 13mm socket to remove the 2 stainless steel M8 x 30mm bolts
securing the front mounting bracket. .
Screw
Bolts
Screw
Screws
10 Use a 13mm socket to remove the 2 stainless steel M8 x 14mm bolts securing the rear
mounting bracket.
11 Install the front mounting bracket onto the new Metro Cell and secure with the 5 stainless
steel M5 flathead screws and the 2 stainless steel M8 x 30mm bolts. Install the rear mounting
bracket onto the new Metro Cell and secure with the 2 stainless steel M8 x 14mm bolts.
Torque all bolts to 140-160 in-lb. Hand-tighten screws.
12 Install the new Metro Cell into the cabinet and reconnect all hardware and cables by
reversing the previous removal steps.
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FRU Kits/MC-AR2 Cabinet
Field Replaceable Items
Description
72
ALU Part No.
1
Metro Cell 1 RF Cable to Bulkhead (TXRX1)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000003260
2
Metro Cell 1 RF Cable to Bulkhead (TXRX2)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000003261
3
Metro Cell 2 RF Cable to Bulkhead (TXRX1)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000003231
4
Metro Cell 2 RF Cable to Bulkhead (TXRX2)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000003232
5
Metro Cell 1 GPS Cable to Splitter (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002884
6
Metro Cell 2 GPS Cable to Splitter (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002885
7
GPS Cable, Splitter to Bulkhead (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002896
8
Fiber Cable, SAR-W to MCO (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002902
9
Cabinet Door Handle
PURC-2000002904
10
Metro Cell Handle
PURC-2000002910
11
Metro Cell Bracket
PURC-2000003081
12
SAR-W Bracket
PURC-2000003082
13
Lifting Tabs
PURC-2000002913
ALCATEL-LUCENT 7310 METRO CELL CABINET INSTALLATION MANUAL
FRU Kits/MC-AR2 Cabinet (continued)
Field Replaceable Items
Description
ALU Part No.
14
GPS Splitter
PURC-2000002915
15
Cabinet Door
PURC-2000003083
16
Door Alarm Harness
PURC-2000002921
17
Techno 4-way Connector
PURC-2000003084
18
Techno/PDU Power Cable (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002923
19
AC Metro Cell
20
AC SAR-W
21
AC PDU (Not Shown)
109805242
3HE07349AA
849174040
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FRU Kits/MC-AR3 Cabinet
Field Replaceable Items
Description
74
ALU Part No.
1
Metro Cell 1 RF Cable to Diplexer (TXRX1)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000002880
2
Metro Cell 1 RF Cable to Diplexer (TXRX2)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000002881
PURC-2000002882
PURC-2000002883
3
Metro Cell 2 RF Cable to Diplexer (TXRX1)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000002882
4
Metro Cell 2 RF Cable to Diplexer (TXRX2)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000002883
5
Metro Cell 1 GPS Cable to Splitter (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002884
6
Metro Cell 2 GPS Cable to Splitter (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002885
7
Low Frequency RF Cable, Diplexer to
Bulkhead (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002886
8
High Frequency RF Cable, Diplexer to
Bulkhead (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002895
9
GPS Cable, Splitter to Bulkhead (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002896
10
Fiber Cable, SAR-W to Metro Cell (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002902
11
Cabinet Door Handle
PURC-2000002904
12
Metro Cell Handle
PURC-2000002910
13
Metro Cell Bracket
PURC-2000003081
14
SAR-W Bracket
PURC-2000003082
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FRU Kits/MC-AR3 Cabinet (continued)
Field Replaceable Items
Description
ALU Part No.
15
Lifting Tabs
PURC-2000002913
16
Diplexer
PURC-2000002914
17
GPS Splitter
PURC-2000002915
18
Cabinet Door
PURC-2000003083
19
Door Alarm Harness
PURC-2000002921
20
Techno 4-way Connector
PURC-2000003084
21
Techno/PDU Power Cable (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002923
22
AC Metro Cell
23
AC SAR-W
24
AC PDU (Not Shown)
109805242
3HE07349AA
849174040
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FRU Kits/MC-DBR4 Cabinet
Field Replaceable Items
Description
76
ALU Part No.
1
Metro Cell 1 RF Cable to Diplexer (TXRX1)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000002880
2
Metro Cell 1 RF Cable to Diplexer (TXRX2)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000002881
3
Metro Cell 2 RF Cable to Diplexer (TXRX1)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000002882
4
Metro Cell 2 RF Cable to Diplexer (TXRX2)
(Not Shown
PURC-2000002883
5
Metro Cell 1 GPS Cable to Splitter (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002884
6
Metro Cell 2 GPS Cable to Splitter (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002885
7
Low Frequency RF Cable, Diplexer to
Bulkhead (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002886
8
High Frequency RF Cable, Diplexer to
Bulkhead (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002895
9
GPS Cable, Splitter to Bulkhead (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002896
ALCATEL-LUCENT 7310 METRO CELL CABINET INSTALLATION MANUAL
FRU Kits/MC-DBR4 Cabinet (continued)
Field Replaceable Items
Description
ALU Part No.
10
GE DC Power Plant
PURC-2000002897
11
GE DC Power Plant Controller (Not Shown)
PURC-2000003393
12
GE DC Power Plant Rectifier (Not Shown
PURC-2000002899
13
AC SPD
PURC-2000002900
14
DC SPD
PURC-2000002901
15
Fiber Cable, SAR-W to Metro Cell (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002902
16
Techno Metro Cell 2 Connector Kit (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002903
17
Cabinet and Battery Compartment Door
Handle
PURC-2000002904
18
Rectifier Door Handle
PURC-2000002905
19
Cabinet Door
PURC-2000003078
20
Rectifier Door
PURC-2000003079
21
Battery Compartment Door
PURC-2000003080
22
GE Battery Temp Probe (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002909
23
Metro Cell Handle
PURC-2000002910
24
Metro Cell Bracket
PURC-2000003081
25
SAR-W Bracket
PURC-2000003082
26
Lifting Tabs
PURC-2000002913
27
Diplexer
PURC-2000002914
28
GPS Splitter
PURC-2000002915
29
DC Metro Cell
30
DC SAR-W
31
Rectifier Door Alarm Switch
PURC-2000002918
32
Alarm Cable (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002919
109805713
3HE07349AA
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FRU Kits/MC-DBR5 Cabinet
Field Replaceable Items
Description
78
ALU Part No.
1
Metro Cell 1 RF Cable to Bulkhead (TXRX1)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000003260
2
Metro Cell 1 RF Cable to Bulkhead (TXRX2)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000003261
3
Metro Cell 2 RF Cable to Bulkhead (TXRX1)
(Not Shown)
PURC-2000003231
4
Metro Cell 2 RF Cable to Bulkhead (TXRX2)
(Not Shown
PURC-2000003232
5
Metro Cell 1 GPS Cable to Splitter (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002884
6
Metro Cell 2 GPS Cable to Splitter (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002885
7
Low Frequency RF Cable, Splitter to
Bulkhead (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002896
8
GE DC Power Plant
PURC-2000002897
9
GE DC Power Plant Controller (Not Shown)
PURC-2000003393
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FRU Kits/MC-DBR5 Cabinet (continued)
Field Replaceable Items
Description
ALU Part No.
10
GE DC Power Plant Rectifier (Not Shown
PURC-2000002899
11
AC SPD
PURC-2000002900
12
DC SPD
PURC-2000002901
13
Fiber Cable, SAR-W to Metro Cell (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002902
14
Techno Metro Cell 2 Connector Kit (Not
Shown)
PURC-2000002903
15
Cabinet and Battery Compartment Door
Handle
PURC-2000002904
16
Rectifier Door Handle
PURC-2000002905
17
Cabinet Door
PURC-2000003078
18
Rectifier Door
PURC-2000003079
19
Battery Compartment Door
PURC-2000003080
20
GE Battery Temp Probe (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002909
21
Metro Cell Handle
PURC-2000002910
22
Metro Cell Bracket
PURC-2000003081
23
SAR-W Bracket
PURC-2000003082
24
Lifting Tabs
PURC-2000002913
25
GPS Splitter
PURC-2000002915
26
DC Metro Cell
27
DC SAR-W
28
Rectifier Door Alarm Switch
PURC-2000002918
29
Alarm Cable (Not Shown)
PURC-2000002919
109805259
3HE07349AA
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RF Wiring Diagram — MC-AR3/MC-DBR4
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RF Wiring Diagram — MC-AR2/MC-DBR5
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AC Wiring Diagram — MC-DBR4/MC-DBR5
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ALCATEL-LUCENT 7310 METRO CELL CABINET INSTALLATION MANUAL
Ground Wiring Diagram — MC-DBR4/MC-DBR5
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ALCATEL-LUCENT 7310 METRO CELL CABINET INSTALLATION MANUAL
DC/Data/Alarm Wiring Diagram — MC-DBR4/MC-DBR5
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ALCATEL-LUCENT 7310 METRO CELL CABINET INSTALLATION MANUAL
Ground Wiring Diagram — MC-AR2/MC-AR3 Cabinet
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ALCATEL-LUCENT 7310 METRO CELL CABINET INSTALLATION MANUAL
AC/Data/Alarm Wiring Diagram — MC-AR2/MC-AR3 Cabinet
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