Cellworx™ STN - TE Connectivity

Cellworx™ STN - TE Connectivity
ADCP-70-216
Issue 1
March 2000
Cellworx™ STN
(Service Transport Node)
System Installation Manual
1097015 Rev A
ADCP-70-216 x Issue 1 x March 2000 x Preface
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REVISION HISTORY
ISSUE
DATE
Issue 1
03/2000
REASON FOR CHANGE
Phase 2.0 Original.
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Cellworx is a trademark of ADC Telecommunications, Inc.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Content
Page
FRONT MATTER
ABOUT THIS MANUAL .......................................................................v
RELATED PUBLICATIONS .....................................................................v
ADMONISHMENTS......................................................................... vi
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS............................................................... vI
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT ................................................................vii
STANDARDS............................................................................ viii
LIST OF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS ........................................................ ix
SECTION 1
INTRODUCTION
1
GENERAL......................................................................... 1-1
2
CELLWORX STN SHELF OVERVIEW ....................................................... 1-2
2.1
Shelf Dimensions ............................................................. 1-2
2.2
Cellworx STN Equipped Rack ...................................................... 1-4
2.3
Covered Shelf Front View ........................................................ 1-5
2.4
Open Shelf Front View .......................................................... 1-6
2.5
Covered Shelf Rear View ........................................................ 1-7
2.6
Open Shelf Rear View........................................................... 1-8
2.7
Baffles and Trays.............................................................. 1-9
2.8
Cards and Modules ........................................................... 1-11
SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
HOW TO USE THIS SECTION ................................................................. 2-1
ALPHABETICAL TASK LIST .................................................................. 2-3
INSTALLATION INDEXED TASK LIST ......................................................... IXL-001
INSTALL A CELLWORX STN SYSTEM INTO A FRONT AND REAR ACCESSIBLE RACK ........................ NTP-002
INSTALL CELLWORX STN SYSTEM INTO A FRONT ACCESS ONLY RACK ................................ NTP-003
ADDING SERVICES TO AN IN-SERVICE SYSTEM ................................................ NTP-004
UNPACK SYSTEM COMPONENTS FROM SHIPPING CARTONS, VERIFY CONTENTS, AND INSPECT FOR DAMAGE........ DLP-500
INSTALL/REMOVE FRONT DOOR PANEL........................................................ DLP-501
INSTALL/REMOVE REAR COVER PANEL ........................................................ DLP-502
INSTALL CELLWORX STN SHELF INTO AN EQUIPMENT RACK ......................................... DLP-503
INSTALL HEAT BAFFLE/FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAYS ............................................... DLP-504
INSTALL AIR INTAKE/CABLE ROUTING TRAYS.................................................... DLP-505
VERIFY SOURCE 48 VDC POWER ........................................................... DLP-506
CONNECT 48 VDC POWER AND GROUND WIRES TO THE SHELF....................................... DLP-507
INSTALL SHELF CONTROLLER (SC) ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (EIM) .............................. DLP-508
INSTALL NETWORK MANAGEMENT INTERFACE CONTROLLER (NMIC) ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (EIM) ........ DLP-509
(continued)
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Content
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
(continued)
INSTALL AND CABLE T1/E1 MULTI 1 ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (T1/EI MULTI 1 EIM) ....................DLP-511
INSTALL/CABLE T3 CELL RELAY SERVICE ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (T3 CRS EIM) .....................DLP-512
INSTALL/CABLE T3 TMUX MULTI-1 ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (T3 TMUX EIM).........................DLP-513
CONNECT TIMING REFERENCE INPUTS TO, OR DERIVED T1 OUTPUTS FROM,
THE SHELF CONTROLLER ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (SC EIM) ....................................DLP-514
CONNECT CUSTOMER TELNET SESSION LAN CABLE TO THE PROTECTION SHELF
CONTROLLER TERMINATING ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (SC TEIM) .................................DLP-515
CONNECT CUSTOMER HOUSEKEEPING INPUT ALARMS TO THE SHELF
CONTROLLER ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (SC EIM) ............................................DLP-516
CONNECT REMOTE ALARM CUT OFF (ACO) TO THE SHELF CONTROLLER ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (SC EIM) ....DLP-517
CONNECT SHELF OUTPUT ALARMS FROM SC EIM TO CUSTOMER ALARM MONITORING PANEL ...................DLP-518
CONNECT EXTERNAL NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NMS) OR X-TERMINAL TO THE
NMIC SNMP/GUI INTERFACE ON THE ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (NMIC EIM) ...........................DLP-519
CONNECT EXTERNAL SERIAL DEVICE TO THE NMIC ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (NMIC EIM).................DLP-520
ROUTE FIBER CABLES TO ANY SLOTS REQUIRING OPTICAL INTERFACES ..................................DLP-521
CONNECT FIBERS TO OPTICAL CARDS .........................................................DLP-522
TEST CONTINUITY .......................................................................DLP-523
EXPANDING A PROTECTION GROUP ...........................................................DLP-524
INSTALL SHELF CONTROLLER (SC) CARDS ......................................................DLP-525
INSTALL NETWORK MANAGEMENT INTERFACE CONTROLLER CARDS (NMIC) ...............................DLP-526
INSTALL RING INTERFACE CARDS (2488 RIC, 622 RIC, AND 155 RIC) ....................................DLP-527
INSTALL 155 SM AND 155 MM CELL RELAY SERVICE CARDS (155 SM/MM CRS) .............................DLP-528
INSTALL T3 CELL RELAY SERVICE CARDS (T3 CRS) ................................................DLP-529
INSTALL T1/E1 MULTI 1 CRS CARDS ..........................................................DLP-530
INSTALL T3 TMUX MULTI 1 AND/OR TMUX EXP CARDS ..............................................DLP-532
CLEANING AND MATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR FIBER OPTIC CONNECTORS AND ADAPTERS ......................DLP-533
INSTALL BLANK “DUMMY” PANELS INTO UNEQUIPPED CARD SLOTS .................................... DLP-534
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST .............................................................. CHKLST
SECTION 3
GENERAL INFORMATION
1
WARRANTY/SOFTWARE ...............................................................3-1
2
REPAIR/EXCHANGE POLICY .............................................................3-1
3
REPAIR CHARGES ...................................................................3-2
4
REPLACEMENT/SPARE PRODUCTS ........................................................3-2
5
RETURNED MATERIAL ................................................................3-2
6
CUSTOMER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE .................................................3-3
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual provides the Installation Personnel with information necessary to install ADC
Telecommunications’ phase 2.0 Cellworx Service Transport Node (STN). Installation includes
shelves, plug in modules, hardware, as well all wiring connections to the shelf. The Cellworx
STN system has been designed to accelerate the migration of networks to support broadband
services. It is an Add/Drop Multiplexer utilizing Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) and
Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) technologies to support access and delivery of emerging
and legacy services. Through the use of simple transport provisioning, the Cellworx STN
enables broadband services on an ATM backbone to coexist within the TDM infrastructure.
RELATED PUBLICATIONS
Listed below are related phase 2.0 manuals and their publication numbers. Copies of these
publications can be ordered by contacting the ADC Technical Assistance Center at 1-800-3663891 (in U.S.A. or Canada) or 612-946-3000, extension 4878 (outside U.S.A. and Canada).
Title/Description
ADCP Number
Application and Engineering Guide
Contains an introduction to the ADC Cellworx STN system, hardware and
software descriptions, applications, and engineering information required for
system deployment.
70-212
Craft User’s Manual
Contains information required for provisioning, operation, and administration
of the Cellworx STN system through the craft access. Information includes
detecting and isolating alarms, and turn up of features over the entire network.
70-213
System Description Manual
Combines information from the Users Manual, Installation Manual, and
Applications Engineering Manual to provide introductory information and a
general overview of the Cellworx STN system.
70-214
GUI System User’s Manual
Contains information required for turn up, provisioning, operation, and
administration of the Cellworx STN system through the graphical users
interface (GUI). Information includes provisioning connections, detecting and
isolating alarms, and turn up of features over the entire network.
70-215
Cellworx CLEI Code Guide
Lists all CLEI codes used to order Cellworx equipment.
70-209
Cellworx Documentation Set on CD
70-205
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ADMONISHMENTS
Important safety admonishments are used throughout this manual to warn of possible hazards
to persons or equipment. An admonishment identifies a possible hazard and then explains
what may happen if the hazard is not avoided. The admonishments — in the form of Dangers,
Warnings, and Cautions — must be followed at all times. These warnings are flagged by use
of the triangular alert icon (seen below), and are listed in descending order of severity of
injury or damage and likelihood of occurrence.
Danger: Danger is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will cause severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property damage if the hazard is not avoided.
Warning: Warning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that can cause severe
personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the hazard is not avoided.
Caution: Caution is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will or can cause minor
personal injury or property damage if the hazard is not avoided.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Danger: Do not look into the ends of optical fibers. Exposure to invisible LASER radiation
may cause serious retinal damage or even blindness. Verify the optical source is disabled
through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers.
Warning: Never install telephone equipment in a wet location or during a lightning storm.
When installing or modifying telephone lines, disconnect lines at the network interface before
working with uninsulated lines or terminals to prevent electrical shock.
Warning: Before making any power connections to the shelf, verify that the power is off (fuse
removed/breaker tripped) and that all modules are removed from the shelf. Do not install
modules until after the shelf wiring is completed.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any modules
connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist strap. Ensure that
all modules not installed in a shelf are stored in anti-static packing material. When working with
modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded, approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may result in
physical or severe electrical damaged to the backplane pins or module connectors, and if power is
applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the modules or the backplane.
Caution: Use caution when routing wires and cables. Avoid severe bending and routing over
sharp edges. Use grommet material when possible to avoid wear on cable insulation.
Caution: Allow sufficient fiber length to permit routing without severe bends. Fibers may be
permanently damaged, or signal degradation may be experienced if fibers are bent or curved
to a radius of less than 1.5 inches (3.81 cm).
Caution: Use of controls, adjustment, and procedures other than those specified herein, may
result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.
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FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
Class A
The Cellworx STN System complies with the requirements for class A digital device per Part
15 of the FCC Rules.
Warning: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
DOC Compliance
This equipment does not exceed Class A limits for radio emission for digital apparatus, set out
in the radio interference regulation of the authorization methods of Industry Canada.
Operation in a residential area may cause unacceptable interference to TV and radio
reception requiring the owner or operator to take whatever steps are necessary to correct the
interference.
FDA Compliance
This product uses a Class 1 LASER according to FDA Rules. This product conforms to all
applicable standards of 21 CFR 1040.
Safety Compliance
UL listed for use in the U.S. and Canada.
IEC 950 (1991) Second Edition with Amdts. No. 1 (1992), 2 (1993), 3 (1995), and 4 (1996)
EN60950 (1992) with Amdts. No. 1 (1993), 2 (1993), 3 (1995, 4 (1997), and No.11 (1997);
and with National Differences as specified in the CB Test Report 99RT07840-121698.
The Cellworx STN system complies with EN 55022:1995, IEC 801-2:1991, IEC 801-3:1984
and draft IEC 801-3-1990, and IEC 801-4:1988.
The Cellworx STN system complies to all the applicable EC directives of the European Union
and is CE marked.
NEBS Compliance
The Cellworx STN system is fully NEBS compliant.
ISO9000 Compliance
ADC Telecommunications Inc. is ISO 9001 certified.
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STANDARDS
The following listing is a bibliography of applicable ANSI and Telcordia documents:
ANSI T1.403-1989
Carrier to Customer Installation: DS1 Metallic Interface,
February 22, 1989
Bellcore GR-253
Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) Transport Systems:
Common Generic Criteria, Issue 2, 12/95
GR-20-CORE
Generic Requirements for Optical Fiber and Optical Fiber Cable,
Bellcore.
TR-NWT-000078
Generic Physical Design Requirements for Telecommunications
Products and Equipment, Bellcore.
GR-253-CORE
SONET Transport Systems: Common Criteria, Bellcore.
TA-NWT-000487
Generic Requirements for Electronic Equipment Cabinets,
Bellcore.
TR-NWT-000499
Transport Systems Generic Requirements (TSGR): Common
Requirements, Bellcore.
GR-1244-CORE
Clocks for the Synchronized Network: Common Generic Criteria,
Bellcore.
GR-1400-CORE
SONET Dual-fed Unidirectional Path Switched Ring (UPSR)
Equipment Generic Criteria, Bellcore.
GR-2842-CORE
ATM Service Access Multiplexer (SAM) Generic Requirements,
Bellcore.
RFC-1406
Definitions for Managed Objects for the DS1 and E1 Interface
Types, IETF.
RFC-1407
Definitions for Managed Objects for the DS3 and E3 Interface
Types, IETF.
T1.413-1995
Network and Customer Installation Interfaces - Asymmetric
Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Metallic Interface.
ANSI/IEEE Std 802.1D
1993 Edition.
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LIST OF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
The acronyms and abbreviations used in this manual are detailed in the following list:
ACO
AIC
ATM
AWG
BITS
BNC
BSS
Ch.
CES
CLEI
COM
CRS
DLP
DS1
DS3
EIA
EIM
EPS
ESD
FC
FRM GND
FRS
GNE
GUI
IXL
LAN
Mbps
MM
NE
NMIC
NMS
NNI
NTP
OC3c
OC12c
PEIM
Alarm Cut Off
Access Interface Card
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
American Wire Gage
Building Integrated Timing Supply
BNC Type Connector
Broadband Switching System
Channelized
Circuit Emulation Service
Common Language Equipment Identifier
Common
Cell Relay Service
Detailed Level Procedure
Digital Signal Level 1
Digital Signal Level 3
Electronic Industry Association
Electrical Interface Module
Expansion Shelf
Electro-Static Discharge
FC Type Connector (Ferrule Fiber Connector)
Frame Ground
Frame Relay Service
Gateway Network Element
Graphical User Interface
Indexed Task List
Local Area Network
Mega-bits per second
Multi Mode
Network Element
Network Management Interface Card
Network Management System
Network to Network Interface
Non Trouble Clearing Procedure
Optical Carrier Level 3 Concatenated
Optical Carrier Level 12 Concatenated
Protection EIM for 1:N AIC Protection Groups
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LIST OF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS, continued
RIC
RTN
SAM
SC
SC
SIG GND
SM
SNMP
SONET
ST
STN
T1
T1 Multi-1
T3
T3 TMUX
TAP
TC
TDM
TEIM
TMUX EXP
TOP
UNI
UPSR
Vdc
VOM
WECO
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Ring Interface Card
Return
Service Access Multiplexer
Shelf Controller
SC Type Connector (square slide type fiber connector)
Signal Ground
Single Mode
Simple Network Management Protocol
Synchronous Optical NETwork
ST Type Connector (BNC style fiber connector)
Service Transport Node
Digital Signal Level 1 at 1.544 Mbps
DS1 Circuit Emulation Service / Cell Relay Service Card
Digital Signal Level 3 at 45 Mbps
M13 Circuit Emulation Service / Cell Relay Service Card with
12 DS1 Ports
Trouble Analysis Procedure
Transmission Convergence
Time Division Multiplexing
Terminating EIM for Protect SC Card
M13 Circuit Emulation Service /Cell Relay Service Card with
16 DS1 Ports
Task Oriented Procedure
User Network Interface
Unidirectional Path Switched Ring
Voltage-Direct Current
Volt/Ohm Meter
Western Electric Company
INTRODUCTION
ADCP-70-216 • Issue 1 • March 2000 • Section 1: Introduction
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION
Content
Page
1
GENERAL......................................................................... 1-1
2
CELLWORX STN SHELF OVERVIEW ....................................................... 1-2
2.1
1
Shelf Dimensions ............................................................. 1-2
2.2
Cellworx STN Equipped Rack ...................................................... 1-4
2.3
Covered Shelf Front View ........................................................ 1-5
2.4
Open Shelf Front View .......................................................... 1-6
2.5
Covered Shelf Rear View ........................................................ 1-7
2.6
Open Shelf Rear View........................................................... 1-8
2.7
Baffles and Trays.............................................................. 1-9
2.8
Cards and Modules ........................................................... 1-11
GENERAL
This section provides general introductory information over components and features of the
Cellworx Service Transport Node (STN).
The Cellworx STN system has been designed to accelerate the migration of networks to
support broadband services. It is an Add/Drop Multiplexer (ADM) utilizing Asynchronous
Transfer Mode (ATM) and Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) technologies to support access
and delivery of emerging and legacy services. Through the use of simple transport
provisioning, the Cellworx STN enables broadband services on an ATM backbone to coexist
within the TDM infrastructure. A single platform is used to both deploy new services to
thousands of customers, and provide significant bandwidth savings in existing networks. At
the same time, it provides the utility and survivability that service providers have come to
expect from true Telecom-oriented SONET products.
Warning: Never install telephone equipment in a wet location or during a lightning storm.
When installing or modifying telephone lines, disconnect lines at the network interface before
working with un-insulated lines or terminals to prevent electrical shock.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by static electrical discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti static wrist strap.
Ensure that all un installed modules are stored in anti static packing material. When working
with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded, approved anti static mat.
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CELLWORX STN SHELF OVERVIEW
2.1 Shelf Dimensions
The dimensions of the Cellworx STN 23-inch shelf are shown in Figure 1-1. Specifications for
the shelf are available in the Specification Table located in the Cellworx Applications and
Engineering Manual listed in the Related Publications section of this document. To install a
single shelf into an existing 23-inch wide rack, there must be at least 23.5 inches of vertical
clearance to allow for the shelf, a heat baffle/fiber management tray, and an air intake/cable routing
tray. The same shelf can also be used as an expansion node (STN-EPS). The Ring Interface
Cards (RIC) must be installed in slots 16 and 17 of the Ring Node or the Gateway Node.
FiBER ENTRY
ESD JACK
23.
5 IN
POWER TERMINAL
.
RACK MOUNTING
FLANGE
CABLE ENTRY
23
IN
.
.
12
IN
10482-A
Figure 1-1. Cellworx STN 23-inch Shelf Dimensions
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The Cellworx STN 19-inch rack mounted shelf has a total depth (including rear cabling) of 12
inches. The shelf dimensions are shown in Figure 1-2. The shelf has a total of 14 single wide
card slots. The same shelf can also be used as an expansion node (STN-EPS). The Ring
Interface Cards (RIC) must be installed in the second and third slots from the right in the Ring
Node or the Gateway Node. Specifications for the shelf are available in the Specification
Table located in the Cellworx Applications and Engineering Manual listed in the Related
Publications section of this document. To install a single shelf into an existing 19-inch wide
rack, there must be at least 23.5 inches of vertical clearance to allow for the shelf, a heat
baffle/fiber management tray, and an air intake/cable routing tray.
FiBER ENTRY
ESD JACK
23.
5
POWER TERMINAL
IN.
RACK MOUNTING
FLANGE
CABLE ENTRY
19
IN
.
N.
I
12
Need number
Figure 1-2. Cellworx STN 19-inch Shelf Dimensions
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2.2 Cellworx STN Equipped Rack
A typical installation of the Cellworx STN system is shown in Figure 1-3. Up to three shelves
may be installed in a standard 7' tall EIA or WECO 23 or 19-inch equipment rack. Each shelf
requires a heat baffle/fiber management tray and an air intake/cable routing tray to maintain
proper thermal dissipation operation.
SHELF #3
HEAT BAFFLE/
FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAYS
SHELF #2
AIR INTAKE/
CABLE ROUTING TRAYs
SHELF #1
9788-D
Figure 1-3. Fully Equipped Cellworx STN Rack
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2.3 Covered Shelf Front View
The Cellworx STN shelf is equipped with a single removable front cover panel. Figure 1-4
shows the front view of a single 23" shelf and identifies its components. The cover panel is a
detachable door that swings out to the left and also displays a shelf level alarm summary
through the lens in the upper left corner. The upper heat baffle deflects the heat generated
from the cards out the back of the shelf and also serves to route and conceal fibers that
terminate on the cards in the front of the shelf. The lower air intake tray supplies the shelf with a
cool air source.
UPPER HEAT BAFFLE/
FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAY
SHELF
ALARM
INDICATOR
ESD GROUND JACK
DOOR
LATCH
DOOR
HINGES
LOWER AIR INTAKE/
CABLE ROUTING TRAY
10479-C
Figure 1-4. Front View of the Cellworx STN Shelf (Covered)
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2.4 Open Shelf Front View
The Cellworx STN shelf provides 14 or 18 card slots (shelf dependant) for front access cards.
Figure 1-5 shows a 23" shelf with the front cover panel removed. Slot numbers are stamped
on the lower and upper edges of the shelf from left to right in the sequence shown. The 19inch shelf will have slots numbered 1-10 and 15-18 for a total of 14 slots to correlate with the
software numbering system. The shelf alarm summary is provided through a series of three
LEDs located at the upper left corner of the shelf. These LEDs light red and show through the
cover panel to indicate the shelf is in alarm.
SHELF ALARM
INDICATOR
UPPER HEAT
BAFFLE/ FIBER
MANAGEMENT TRAY
ESD
GROUNDING
JACK
LOWER AIR INTAKE/
CABLE ROUTING TRAY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
10534-C
SLOT 1
SLOT 18
Figure 1-5. Front View of the Cellworx STN Shelf (Uncovered)
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2.5 Covered Shelf Rear View
The rear of the Cellworx STN shelf is equipped with a single rear cover panel that shields and
protects the rear access modules, electrical interface cables, and provides EMI (Electro-Magnetic
Interference) protection. See Figure 1-6. The cover panel fits over the top edge of the shelf and is
secured along the bottom edge of the shelf by seven mounting screws. The power input terminal
is accessible from the rear of the shelf. All electrical interface cables (T1, T3, LAN, etc.) may
enter the shelf from either side at the rear of the lower air intake/cable routing tray. They can be
secured to the cable tie bar using tie wraps or other fastening devices.
UPPER HEAT BAFFLE/
FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAY
ESD JACK
REAR COVER PANEL
POWER INPUT
TERMINAL
REAR COVER
MOUNTING SCREWS
LOWER AIR INTAKE/
CABLE ROUTING TRAY
CABLE ENTRY
(EITHER SIDE)
10480-C
CABLE TIE BAR
Figure 1-6. Rear View of the Cellworx STN Shelf (Covered)
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2.6 Open Shelf Rear View
Figure 1-7 shows the rear of a Cellworx STN 23" shelf with the rear cover panel removed.
The back side of a shelf provides 14 or 18 slot positions (shelf dependant) for Electrical
Interface Modules (EIMs) which provide the physical connections for all electrical input/output
signals (T1, T3, etc.) The module slot positions are stamped on the lower edge of the shelf and
count from right to left as shown, corresponding with the front access card slot numbering.
The 19-inch shelf will have slots numbered 1-10 and 15-18 for a total of 14 slots to correlate
with the software numbering system. Electrical interface cables that enter the system through
the rear of the air intake/cable routing tray, are routed up through the flanges between the
modules terminating on the module interface ports. In this example, a single DS3 coaxial
cable is shown equipped with a BNC connector.
ESD JACK
;;
;
;
;
;
CABLE ROUTING
(EITHER SIDE)
10535-B
EIM SLOT 18
CABLE FASTENING BAR
EIM SLOT 1
Figure 1-7. Rear View of the Cellworx STN 23" Shelf (Uncovered)
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2.7 Baffles and Trays
The Cellworx STN shelf works in conjunction with a Heat Baffle/Fiber Management tray.
Refer to Figure 1-8. The tray deflects the heat generated from the cards out the back of the
system away from other shelves that may reside above. This tray also provides fiber retainers
that enable routing of fibers to the slots equipped with optical cards while maintaining a
minimum bend radius on the fibers themselves. Optical fibers terminate on the optical cards
from the front of the shelf. The upper baffle tray also has a removable front cover panel that
conceals the fibers as shown in Figure 1-9. The cover panel is equipped with a dowel pin on
the right side that ensures the cover is installed properly.
FIBER ENTRY
(EITHER SIDE)
RACK
MOUNTING
FLANGE
FIBER ROUTING FLANGES
FRONT COVER
PANEL MOUNTING
HOLES (BOTH SIDES)
10718-A
Figure 1-8. Heat Baffle/Fiber Routing Tray
FRONT
COVER PANEL
RACK
MOUNTING
FLANGE
FIBER ENTRY
(EITHER SIDE)
10719-A
Figure 1-9. Upper Heat Baffle/Fiber Routing Tray with Cover
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The lower air intake/cable routing tray shown in Figure 1-10 has a removable, purple, air
intake bezel installed on it. This bezel provides an opening for cool air to be drawn into the
shelf to maintain the system temperature. The bezel is equipped with a dowel pin on the right
side that ensures it is installed properly. The rear of the lower air intake tray also provides the
cable entry points from either side of the shelf, and a cable retaining device (see Figure 1-6).
MOUNTING
FLANGE
REMOVABLE
BEZEL
REAR ACCESS
CABLE ENTRY
10527-A
Figure 1-10. Lower Air Intake Heat Baffle/Fiber Routing Tray
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2.8 Cards and Modules
Front access cards are plugged into the front of the shelf and are 16 inches tall by 8 inches deep.
The specific interface types are distinguished by the identification label on the upper ejector ear
of each card as shown in Figure 1-11. Some cards are slot restricted, and some have user
accessible switches and connectors located under hinged front panels. Refer to the Installation
section for functions, slot placements, and installation procedures for each card type.
Electrical Interface Modules (EIMs) provide the electrical connections to the Cellworx STN
system and are installed at the rear of the shelf. The EIM types vary according to the type of
front access card equipped at the front of the shelf. The EIM, shown in Figure 1-12, can
immediately be distinguished from the front access cards by comparing the size of the modules.
The EIMs are 16 inches tall but are less than three inches deep. Refer to the Installation section
for installation instructions, slot placement, and distinguishing between the various EIM types.
3 IN.
8 IN.
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
CARD ID LABEL
EJECTOR EAR
16 IN.
HINGED FACEPLATE
DOOR PANELS
(CARD DEPENDENT)
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;;;;
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16 IN.
EJECTOR EAR
CLEI LABEL
10488-B
10475-A
Figure 1-11. Front Access
Card Identification
Figure 1-12. Example of an Electrical
Interface Module (EIM)
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INSTALLATION
ADCP-70-216 • Issue 1 • March 2000 • Section 2: Installation
SECTION 2: INSTALLATION
Content
Page
HOW TO USE THIS SECTION ................................................................. 2-1
ALPHABETICAL TASK LIST .................................................................. 2-3
INSTALLATION TASK INDEX LIST ........................................................... IXL-001
HOW TO USE THIS SECTION
The procedures found in this section are written in the Task Oriented Practice (TOP) format.
The TOP method of presenting information provides step-by-step instructions for the
successful completion of the tasks. This TOP provides detailed procedures for installation and
turn-up of the Cellworx STN system.
Use the following steps to perform required tasks, or use the TOPS flow chart provided in
Figure 2-1.
1. Find the task to be performed in the Indexed Task List (IXL).
2. Locate the director level, detail level, or trouble clearing procedure. All procedures in
this TOP are one of the following three types:
a) Non Trouble Clearing Procedure (NTP) – This is a director level procedure listing
normal work items to be performed that are not trouble clearing procedures.
b) Trouble Analysis Procedure (TAP) – Provides step-by-step instructions to locate and
fix troubles.
c) Detail Level Procedure (DLP) – Detailed step-by-step instructions or procedures.
3. Perform all of the steps found in the NTP (director level procedure) in the order listed
unless you are sent to another NTP. When you finish an NTP, you have completed the
task. For more detailed information, you are referred to a Detail Level Procedure (DLP).
Detail Level Procedures may also direct you to another Detail Level Procedure.
Note: When you complete a Detail Level Procedure, you MUST return to the procedure
which sent you to the procedure just completed.
Note: If one NTP (director level procedure) sends you to another NTP, in most cases,
you will not return to the first NTP after finishing the second.
In some procedures you will be asked to verify that certain events have occurred. If the expected
response is not observed, a reference is usually made to a specific Trouble Analysis Procedure.
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Find the task to be performed in either the Indexed Task List,
or the Alphabetical Task List. These will refer to NTP, DLP,
or TAP procedures.
NTP?
TAP?
Locate the NTP, DLP, or TAP referred to in the Task Lists.
DLP?
Perform each task
listed in order in
an NTP until
completed.
DONE?
REFERS
TO DLP
REFERS TO
ANOTHER
NTP?
Perform detailed
steps listed in a DLP
until completed.
Return to NTP if
applicable.
REFERS TO
ANOTHER
DLP?
Perform detailed
steps listed in a DLP
until completed,
then return to previous
procedure.
DONE?
REFERS
TO TAP?
REFERS
TO TAP?
RETURN
TO DLP
REFERS
TO TAP?
REFERS
TO TAP?
Perform each task
listed in order in
an NTP until
completed. In most
cases, will not
return to previous
NTP.
DONE?
REFERS
TO DLP
Perform detailed
steps listed in
a DLP until completed.
Return to NTP if
applicable.
Trouble Analysis Procedure,
located at the back of the section,
referenced to by DLPs when
expected responses are not
observed. Perform each step in
order to locate and fix troubles,
then return to DLP if applicable.
REFERS TO
ANOTHER
DLP?
Perform detailed
steps listed in a DLP
until completed,
then return to previous
procedure.
DONE?
Task Completed
10556-C
Figure 2-1. TOPS Procedure Flowchart
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ALPHABETICAL TASK LIST
Find Your Job in the List Below
Then Go To
ADDING SERVICES TO AN IN SERVICE SYSTEM ............................................................... NTP-004
CLEANING AND MATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR FIBER OPTIC CONNECTORS AND ADAPTERS .................................. DLP-533
CONNECT 48 VDC POWER AND GROUND WIRES TO THE SHELF ................................................... DLP-507
CONNECT CUSTOMER HOUSEKEEPING INPUT ALARMS TO THE SHELF
CONTROLLER ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (SC EIM) ........................................................ DLP-516
CONNECT CUSTOMER TELNET SESSION LAN CABLE TO THE PROTECTION SHELF
CONTROLLER TERMINATING ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (SC TEIM) ............................................. DLP-515
CONNECT EXTERNAL NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NMS) OR X-TERMINAL TO THE
NMIC SNMP/GUI INTERFACE ON THE ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (NMIC EIM)....................................... DLP-519
CONNECT EXTERNAL SERIAL DEVICE TO THE NMIC ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (NMIC EIM) ............................. DLP-520
CONNECT FIBERS TO OPTICAL CARDS ..................................................................... DLP-522
CONNECT REMOTE ALARM CUT OFF (ACO) TO THE SHELF CONTROLLER ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (SC EIM) ................ DLP-517
CONNECT SHELF OUTPUT ALARMS FROM SC EIM TO CUSTOMER ALARM MONITORING PANEL ............................... DLP-518
CONNECT TIMING REFERENCE INPUTS TO OR DERIVE T1 OUTPUTS FROM THE
SHELF CONTROLLER ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (SC EIM) ................................................... DLP-514
EXPANDING A PROTECTION GROUP ....................................................................... DLP-524
INSTALL 155 SM AND 155 MM CELL RELAY SERVICE CARDS (155 SM/MM CRS) ......................................... DLP-528
INSTALL RING INTERFACE CARDS (2488 RIC, 622 RIC, AND 155 RIC) ................................................ DLP-527
INSTALL AIR INTAKE/CABLE ROUTING TRAYS ................................................................ DLP-505
INSTALL BLANK “DUMMY” PANELS INTO UNEQUIPPED CARD SLOTS ................................................ DLP-534
INSTALL CELLWORX STN SHELF INTO AN EQUIPMENT RACK ...................................................... DLP-503
INSTALL CELLWORK STN SYSTEM INTO A FRONT ACCESS ONLY RACK ............................................... NTP-003
INSTALL CELLWORK STN SYSTEM INTO A FRONT AND REAR ACCESSIBLE STANDARD 23-INCH EIA RACK ........................ NTP-002
INSTALL T1/E1 MULTI 1 CARDS (T1 MULTI 1 AND E1 MULTI 1) ..................................................... DLP-530
INSTALL HEAT BAFFLE/FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAYS INTO AN EIA RACK............................................... DLP-504
INSTALL NMIC ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (EIM) ......................................................... DLP-509
INSTALL NETWORK MANAGEMENT INTERFACE CONTROLLER CARDS (NMIC) ........................................... DLP-526
INSTALL SHELF CONTROLLER (SC) CARDS .................................................................. DLP-525
INSTALL SHELF CONTROLLER (SC) ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (EIM) ........................................... DLP-508
INSTALL T3 CELL RELAY SERVICE CARDS (T3 CRS) ............................................................ DLP-529
INSTALL/CABLE T1/E1 MULTI 1 ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (T1 MULTI 1 EIM AND E1 MULTI 1 EIM)....................... DLP-511
INSTALL/CABLE T3 CELL RELAY SERVICE ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (T3 CRS EIM) ................................. DLP-512
INSTALL/CABLE T3 TMUX MULTI 1 AND/OR TMUX EXP CARDS ..................................................... DLP-532
INSTALL AND CABLE T3 TMUX MULTI-1 ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (T3 TMUX MULTI-1 EIM) ........................... DLP-513
INSTALL/REMOVE FRONT DOOR PANEL .................................................................... DLP-501
INSTALL/REMOVE REAR COVER PANEL..................................................................... DLP-502
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST .............................................................................. CHKLST
INSTALLATION TASK INDEX LIST .......................................................................... IXL-001
ROUTE FIBER CABLES TO ANY SLOTS REQUIRING OPTICAL INTERFACES .............................................. DLP-521
TEST CONTINUITY................................................................................... DLP-523
UNPACK SYSTEM COMPONENTS FROM SHIPPING CARTONS, VERIFY CONTENTS, AND INSPECT FOR DAMAGE .................... DLP-500
VERIFY SOURCE 48 VDC POWER ........................................................................ DLP-506
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IXL-001
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TASK INDEX LIST
Find Your Job in the List Below
Then Go To
INSTALL A CELLWORX STN SYSTEM IN A FRONT AND REAR ACCESSIBLE .................................. NTP-002
INSTALL A CELLWORX STN SYSTEM IN A FRONT ACCESS ONLY RACK .................................... NTP-003
ADDING SERVICES TO AN IN-SERVICE SYSTEM.................................................... NTP-004
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NTP-002
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INSTALL A CELLWORX STN SYSTEM INTO A FRONT
AND REAR ACCESSIBLE STANDARD 23-INCH OR 19-INCH EIA RACK
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for installation of the Cellworx STN system in a
rack with front and rear accessibility. Installation includes unpacking and inspecting the equipment,
installing the assembly into the equipment rack, connecting the signal, power, and frame ground
wires, and depending on system configuration options ordered, may or may not include installation
of system components. Cabling may include wiring any T1, E1, T3, Housekeeping, or Alarm
wires, or routing customer fiber optic cables.
Danger: Do not look into the ends of optical fibers. Exposure to invisible LASER
radiation may cause serious retinal damage or even blindness. Verify the optical source
is disabled through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers.
Warning: Never install telephone equipment in a wet location or during a lightning
storm. When installing or modifying telephone lines, disconnect lines at the network
interface before working with un-insulated lines or terminals to prevent electrical shock.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by static electrical discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded,
approved anti static mat.
Do Items Below in the Order Listed
For Details Go To
1. Obtain the tools and equipment listed below:
•
#2 or #3 Phillips-head screwdriver
•
#2 Flat bladed screwdriver
•
Diagonal wire cutter
•
Wire stripper
•
Wire-wrap tool (0.045 square post) with a 22 gauge bit
•
Box cutter
•
Multimeter capable of testing for continuity and measuring to 60 volts DC
•
22 gauge ABAM cable
•
ESD Wristband
•
ESD anti-static mat
•
#12-24 1/2 inch binder head machine screws
(eight screws required in a 23-inch rack installation).
•
Cable ties
u
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Do Items Below in the Order Listed
For Details Go To
2. Perform a check of the installation site using the checklist provided
at the back of the DLP section.
CHKLST
3. Is the shelf to be installed in a front access only rack? If so,
perform NTP-003, otherwise, continue.
NTP-003
4. Unpack the shelf and components, verify the contents, and inspect
for damage.
DLP-500
5. Place air intake/cable routing tray in rack below each shelf space
and secure.
DLP-505
6. Place the shelf assembly into the rack space, secure it to the
mounting rails.
DLP-503
7. Place heat baffle/fiber management trays in rack above each shelf
and secure.
DLP-504
8. Verify source 48 Vdc Power.
DLP-506
9. Connect power and ground wires to the shelf.
DLP-507
10. Remove the rear cover panel.
DLP-502
11. Install the Shelf Controller Electrical Interface Modules (SC EIMs)
and set the shelf ID and shelf type.
DLP-508
12. Determine if the shelf is to be designated as a Gateway node or
Stand-alone node (houses NMIC cards). If so, continue with step
13, otherwise go to step 16.
13. Install the Network Management Interface Controller Electrical
Interface Modules (NMIC EIMs).
DLP-509
14. Connect external Network Management System (NMS) to the
Network Management Interface Controller (NMIC) Ethernet
interface on the NMIC EIM.
DLP-519
15. Determine if any external serial device is to interface with the
system (i.e. NMS, MODEM). If so, connect serial cable to the
NMIC EIM.
DLP-520
16. Determine the system Access Interface Card (AIC) configuration per
work order. Using Table 002-1 as a reference, locate the applicable
EIM modules for your AIC configuration and install them in the
appropriate slot positions:
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Do Items Below in the Order Listed
x
x
x
For Details Go To
Install and Cable T1/E1 MULTI 1 EIMs
Install and Cable T3 Cell Relay Service (T3 CRS) EIMs
Install and Cable T3 TMUX Multi 1 and TMUX EXP EIMs
DLP-511
DLP-512
DLP-513
Note: Optical cards have all connections made from the front of the shelf via fiber and
therefore do not require Electrical Interface Modules.
Note: If any slot within a 1:N protection group is futured out (no front AIC installed), an
EIM must be installed at the rear of the shelf in the corresponding slot to continue the
protection bus across the group. This only applies if the protect AIC card is installed in the
right most slot with vacant slots between it and the last equipped working card (ex., 2
working cards and a vacant slot, then the protect card).
Table 002-1. AIC to EIM Matching
ACCESS INTERFACE CARD
(AIC)
T3 Cell Relay Service
(T3 CRS)
T3 TMUX Multi 1
TMUX EXP
T1 or E1 Multi-1
ELECTRICAL INTERFACE
MODULE (EIM)
DESCRIPTION
T3 CRS EIM
Provides three T3 inputs through three sets of
BNC connectors.
T3 TMUX EIM
Provides a single DS3 input via a BNC type
connector. One used per protection group of
four cards total (2 TMUX and 2 EXP).
PEIM
TMUX EXP is a slave card and can only be
used in conjunction with a T3 TMUX Multi 1.
The TMUX EXP uses the PEIM and must be
strapped according to its use.
T1/E1 Multi-1 EIM
Provides a 64 pin champ connection for 16
T1/E1 inputs. This module is common between
the T1 and E1 AIC cards.
PEIM
A common Protection EIM is installed in the
protection slot to the left of the group when
facing the rear of the shelf.
17. Determine if the external clock BITS reference input or derived
clock output are to be utilized. If so, connect timing reference wires
to the Shelf Controller (SC) EIM, otherwise, continue with step 18.
DLP-514
18. Determine if an external LAN connection for TELNET sessions to
the SC is to be utilized. If so, connect customer Telnet session LAN
cable to the Shelf Controller EIM, otherwise, continue with step 19.
DLP-515
19. Determine if housekeeping inputs are to be utilized by the customer.
If so, connect customer housekeeping and external alarm wires to the
Shelf Controller (SC) EIM, otherwise, continue with step 20.
DLP-516
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Do Items Below in the Order Listed
For Details Go To
20. Determine if the remote Alarm Cut Off (ACO) control function
will be utilized. Connect the remote ACO ground closure input to
the Shelf Controller EIM, otherwise, continue with step 21.
DLP-517
21. Determine if customer is going to utilize the external alarm
outputs. If so, connect customer alarm wires to the Shelf Controller
EIM, otherwise, continue with step 22.
DLP-518
22. Replace rear cover panel.
DLP-502
23. Remove front door panel if installed, and store in a safe location.
DLP-501
24. Remove the cover panel from the upper heat baffle/fiber management
tray. This is easily accomplished by grasping both ends of the panel
and pulling it away from the tray. The retaining devices will unsnap
allowing the tray to be removed.
25. Route Fiber cables to the slots that require optical interfaces.
DLP-521
26. Install front access cards per the following procedures:
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Shelf Controller cards
NMIC cards
Ring Interface Cards (2488 RIC, 622 RIC, and 155 RIC)
155 Cell Relay Service (155 CRS)
T3 Cell Relay Service (T3 CRS)
T1/E1 MULTI 1 Cards (T1 Multi 1 and E1 Multi 1)
T3 TMUX Multi 1 and TMUX EXP cards
DLP-525
DLP-526
DLP-527
DLP-528
DLP-529
DLP-530
DLP-532
27. Reinstall the cover panel on the upper heat baffle/fiber management tray.
28. Connect fibers to optical cards.
DLP-522
29. Replace front door.
DLP-501
Congratulations! You have completed this installation procedure.
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INSTALL CELLWORX STN SYSTEM INTO A FRONT ACCESS ONLY RACK
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for installation of the Cellworx STN system in a
front access only rack. Installation includes unpacking and inspecting the equipment, installation
of system components, connecting the signal, power, and frame ground wires, and installing the
fully wired shelf assembly into the equipment rack. Cabling may include wiring any T1, E1, T3
Cell Relay Services, Housekeeping and Alarm input/outputs, or routing fiber optic cables.
Danger: Do not look into the ends of optical fibers. Exposure to invisible LASER
radiation may cause serious retinal damage or even blindness. Verify the optical source
is disabled through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers
Warning: Never install telephone equipment in a wet location or during a lightning
storm. When installing or modifying telephone lines, disconnect lines at the network
interface before working with un-insulated lines or terminals to prevent electrical shock.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti static wrist
strap. Ensure that all un-installed modules are stored in anti static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded,
approved anti static mat.
Do Items Below in the Order Listed
For Details Go To
1. Obtain the tools and equipment listed below:
•
#2 or #3 Phillips-head screwdriver
•
#2 Flat bladed screwdriver
•
Diagonal wire cutter
•
Wire stripper
•
Wire-wrap tool (0.045 square post) with a 22 gauge bit
•
Box cutter
•
Multi-tester capable of testing for continuity and measuring to 60 volts DC
•
22 gauge ABAM cable
•
ESD Wrist band
•
ESD anti-static mat
•
#12-24 u 1/2 inch binder head machine screws.
(Four required for installation in 19-inch rack, eight for 23-inch rack installations.)
•
Cable ties
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Do Items Below in the Order Listed
For Details Go To
2. Perform a check of the installation site using the checklist provided
at the back of the DLP section.
CHKLST
3. Is the shelf to be installed in a front and rear accessible rack? If so,
perform NTP-002, otherwise, continue.
NTP-002
4. Unpack the shelf and components, verify the contents, and inspect
for damage.
DLP-500
5. Remove rear cover panel and store in a safe location.
DLP-502
6. Verify 48 Vdc power source.
DLP-506
7. Connect power and ground wires to the shelf.
DLP-507
8. Install the Shelf Controller Electrical Interface Modules (SC EIMs)
and set shelf ID.
DLP-508
9. Determine if the shelf is to be designated as a Gateway (houses
NMIC cards) or Stand-alone node. If so, continue with step 10,
otherwise go to step 13.
10. Install and Cable Network Management Interface Controller
Electrical Interface Modules (NMIC EIMs)
DLP-509
11. Connect external Network Management System (NMS) to the
Network Management Interface Controller (NMIC) Ethernet
interface on the NMIC EIM.
DLP-519
12. Determine if any external serial device is to interface with the
system (i.e. NMS, MODEM). If so, connect external equipment to
the NMIC EIM.
DLP-520
13. Determine the system Access Interface Card (AIC) configuration
per work order. Using Table 003-1 as a reference, locate the
applicable EIM modules for the following AICs and install them in
the appropriate slot positions:
x
x
x
Install and Cable T1/E1 MULTI 1 EIM
Install and Cable T3-Cell Relay Service (T3 CRS ) EIM
Install and Cable T3 TMUX Multi 1 and TMUX EXP EIMs
Note: All EIMs that are ever expected to be required should be
installed now, as future additions would require removal of the
entire shelf.
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DLP-512
DLP-513
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NTP-003
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Do Items Below in the Order Listed
For Details Go To
Note: Optical cards have all connections made from the front of the shelf via fiber and
therefore do not require Electrical Interface Modules.
Note: If any slot within a 1:N protection group is futured out (no AIC installed), an EIM
must be installed at the rear of the shelf in the corresponding slot to continue the
protection bus across the group. This only applies if the protect AIC card is installed in
the right most slot with vacant slots between it and the last equipped working card (ex., 2
working cards and a vacant slot, then the protect card).
Table 003-1. AIC to EIM Matching
ACCESS INTERFACE CARD
(AIC)
T3 Cell Relay Service
(T3 CRS)
T3 TMUX Multi 1
TMUX EXP
T1 or E1 Multi-1
ELECTRICAL INTERFACE
MODULE (EIM)
DESCRIPTION
T3 CRS EIM
Provides three T3 inputs through three sets of
BNC connectors.
T3 TMUX EIM
Provides a single DS3 input via a BNC type
connector. One used per protection group of
four cards total (2 TMUX and 2 EXP).
PEIM
TMUX EXP is a slave card and can only be
used in conjunction with a T3 TMUX Multi 1.
The TMUX EXP uses the PEIM and must be
strapped according to its use.
T1/E1 Multi-1 EIM
Provides a 64 pin champ connection for 16
T1/E1 inputs. This module is common between
the T1 and E1 AIC cards.
PEIM
A common Protection EIM is installed in the
protection slot to the left of the group when
facing the rear of the shelf.
14. Determine if the external clock BITS reference input or derived clock
output are to be utilized. If so, connect timing reference wires to the Shelf
Controller (SC) EIM, otherwise, continue with step 15.
DLP-514
15. Determine if a LAN connection for TELNET sessions to the SC will
be utilized. Connect customer Telnet session LAN cable to the Shelf
Controller EIM, otherwise, continue with step 16.
DLP-515
16. Determine if housekeeping inputs are to be utilized by the customer.
If so, connect customer housekeeping and external alarm wires to the
Shelf Controller (SC) EIM, otherwise, continue with step 17.
DLP-516
17. Determine if the remote Alarm Cut Off (ACO) control function is to be
utilized. If so, connect the remote ACO ground closure input to the
Shelf Controller EIM, otherwise, continue with step 18.
DLP-517
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Do Items Below in the Order Listed
For Details Go To
18. Determine if customer is going to utilize the external alarm outputs.
If so, connect customer alarm wires to the Shelf Controller EIM,
otherwise, continue with step 19.
DLP-518
19. Replace rear cover panel.
DLP-502
20. Place air intake/cable routing trays in rack below each shelf.
DLP-505
21. Place the shelf assembly into the rack, secure it to the mounting
rails. Guide the cables into place during shelf installation. Secure
cables to mounting rails or as application allows.
DLP-503
22. Place heat baffle/fiber management trays above each shelf.
DLP-504
23. Remove front cover door panel if installed, and safely store it.
DLP-501
24. Remove cover panel from the upper heat baffle/fiber management
tray. This is easily accomplished by grasping both ends of the
panel and pulling it away from the tray. The retaining devices will
unsnap allowing the tray to be removed.
25. Route Fiber cables to and slots that require opticalinterfaces.
DLP-521
26. Install all front access cards per the following procedures:
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Shelf Controller cards
NMIC cards
Ring Interface Cards (2488 RIC, 622 RIC, and 155 RIC)
155 Cell Relay Service (155 CRS)
T3 Cell Relay Service (T3 CRS)
T1/E1 MULTI 1
T3 TMUX Multi 1 and TMUX EXP
27. Connect fibers to optical cards.
DLP-525
DLP-526
DLP-527
DLP-528
DLP-529
DLP-530
DLP-532
DLP-522
28. Reinstall the upper heat baffle/fiber management tray cover panel.
29. Replace front door.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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ADDING SERVICES TO AN IN-SERVICE SYSTEM
Summary: This procedure addresses the steps necessary to add any Access Interface Card (AIC)
Cellworx STN System that has already been installed and possibly pre-configured. Pre-configuring
a system during the initial installation stages entails installing a certain type of Electrical interface
Module (EIM) at the rear of the shelf, and terminating the customer cables, for an unequipped AIC
slot at the front of the shelf. This is recommended for front access only situations where rear access
of the shelf is limited.
In this procedure, the operator must perform steps 1 through 4 if adding additional service
interface types to the system. The individual upgrade procedures for certain service types are in
separate sub-sections following step 4 as follows:
A.
T3 CRS
B.
155 CRS
C.
T3 TMUX Multi 1 and TMUX EXP
D.
T1/E1 MULTI 1
Danger: Do not look into the ends of optical fibers. Exposure to invisible LASER
radiation may cause serious retinal damage or even blindness. Verify the optical source
is disabled through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded,
approved anti static mat.
Do Items Below in the Order Listed
For Details Go To
1. Unpack the component(s) and inspect for damage.
DLP-500
2. Open the front door panel. The inside of the front door panel
should be labeled reflecting any slots that may have been preconfigured during installation. Are the correct EIMs for the new
Access Interface Card preinstalled at the rear of the shelf? If so, go
to the following steps for these AIC types:
DLP-501
x
For T3 CRS card go to step 8.
x
For 155 CRS cards go to step 9.
x
For T3 TMUX Multi 1 and TMUX EXP cards go to step 16.
x
For T1/E1 MULTI 1 cards go to step 20.
Otherwise, continue with step 3.
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Do Items Below in the Order Listed (continued)
For Details Go To
3. Is the new AIC to be installed going into a front access only rack?
If so, gain access to the rear of the shelf per local practices,
otherwise, continue.
4. Is the new AIC to be installed going into a pre-configured
protection group? Verify that there is an open slot available in the
protection group. If not, expand the current protection group,
otherwise continue with step 5.
A.
DLP-524
T3 CRS Card
5. Remove rear cover panel and store in a safe location.
DLP-502
6. Install and cable the new working T3 CRS EIMs into the previously
configured protection slot, and/or added working slots.
DLP-512
7. Reattach the rear cover panel.
DLP-502
8. Install the T3 CRS cards into the required front access slots per work
order, reflecting the correct line up of EIMs at the rear of the shelf.
DLP-529
B.
155 SM/MM CRS Cards
Note: Optical interface cards do not require rear mounted Electrical Interface Modules
(EIM) to configure a slot, or for traffic terminations. All terminations to these cards are
via fiber connections on the cards themselves, accessed from the front of the system.
9. Route fiber optic cable to newly configured optical card slots.
DLP-521
10. Install the 155 CRS cards into the required front access slots per
work order.
DLP-528
11. Connect fibers to the optical cards.
DLP-522
12. Close the shelf front door.
C.
T3 TMUX Multi 1 and TMUX EXP Cards
13. Remove the rear cover panel and store in a safe location.
DLP-502
14. Install and cable the required T3 TMUX Multi 1 and TMUX EXP
EIMs at the designated rear slots per work order.
DLP-513
15. Replace the rear cover panel.
DLP-502
16. Install the required T3 TMUX Multi 1 and TMUX EXP cards into
the required front access slots per work order, reflecting the correct
line up of EIMs at the rear of the shelf.
DLP-532
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D.
T1/E1 MULTI 1 Card
17. Remove the rear cover panel and store in a safe location.
DLP-502
18. Install and cable the required T1/E1 MULTI 1 EIMs at the designated
rear slots per work order.
DLP-511
19. Replace the rear cover panel.
DLP-502
20. Install the T1/E1 MULTI 1 cards into the required front access slots
per work order, reflecting the correct line up of EIMs at the rear of the
shelf.
DLP-530
21. Following the card installation, the original protection group must be
deleted through the system software and recreated to reflect the new
changes. Refer to the Cellworx STN GUI or Craft Users manual listed in
the preface of this document.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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UNPACK SYSTEM COMPONENTS FROM SHIPPING CARTONS,
VERIFY CONTENTS, AND INSPECT FOR DAMAGE
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for inspecting and opening the shipping cartons,
verifying that the correct components and quantities were received, and checking for damage.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling modules,
wear an anti-static discharge wrist strap to prevent damage to electronic components.
Place modules in anti-static packing material when transporting or storing. When
working on modules, always place the module on an approved anti-static mat that is
electrically grounded.
1. Examine the outside of the shipping carton for any tears, dents, punctures, etc. that would
indicate possible shipping damage. Note any container damage.
2. Open the shipping carton(s) and carefully unpack the equipment from the protective
packing material. Do not discard packing materials at this time.
3.
Check each component against the packing list to verify that the correct catalog numbers and
quantities were received. If there are any irregularities, contact ADC Telecommunications
(see General Information Section at the end of this manual).
4. Carefully inspect each item for damage. Check for broken or bent parts, damaged
connectors, bent connector pins, and other physical damage.
5. If there is any damage, file a claim with the commercial carrier and contact ADC
Telecommunications (see General Information Section at the end of this manual) to reorder
any components that require replacement.
6. If the product is undamaged and all components are accounted for, discard packing
material if desired.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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INSTALL/REMOVE FRONT DOOR PANEL
Summary: This procedure outlines the steps required to open and/or remove the Cellworx STN
front door panel for accessing the front access cards or the label attached to the inside of the door,
or for other installation purposes. This procedure outlines the steps required to reinstall the front
door panel once installation has been completed. The door should remain in place and closed
during normal system operations except in the case of routine maintenance that may require easy
access to the Access Interface Cards.
Installing the Front Door Panel
1. Holding the door firmly with both hands, align the lower spring loaded door hinge shaft
with the shelf hinge retainer and set into place.
2. Lean the upper side of the door toward the shelf, holding it firmly with the left hand while using
the right hand to push down on the upper spring loaded hinge shaft on the inside of the panel.
3. Align the spring loaded hinge shaft with the upper shelf hinge retainer and release the shaft.
Verify the shaft seats firmly into hinge retainer before letting the door hang by itself.
4. Swing the door back to the right until the latch snaps into place securing the door to the
shelf. A small amount of pressure may be applied at the latch location to seat it firmly.
Open the Front Door Panel
5. Locate the door latch on the right side of the front door panel. See Figure 501-1.
6. Placing the thumb on the front of the panel, use the fingers to pull the latching mechanism
toward the front of the panel. This will release the door and allow it to swing out to the left.
Refer to Figure 501-2.
7. Swing the door outward to the left until it is fully open. This provides access to the cards in
the shelf, or to the label attached to the inside of the front door. See Figure 501-3. The label
is provided to record the configuration of each slot after each rear access EIM has been
installed, each housekeeping alarm input, the shelf address, and the shelf IP address. Slots 1
and 18 are preprinted with the Shelf Controller identification because any other cards cannot
utilize these slots.
Removing the Front Door Panel
8. Perform steps 5 to 7 above, locate the spring loaded hinge shafts on the inside of the panel.
Refer to Figure 501-4.
9. Holding the front panel firmly with the left hand, press down on the upper spring loaded
hinge shaft to disengage it from the hinge retainer. The upper side of the door may now be
leaned slightly outward while lifting up the door panel, freeing it from the shelf.
10. Store the door in a safe location so it cannot be damaged while detached from the shelf.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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UPPER HEAT BAFFLE/
FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAY
SHELF
ALARM
INDICATOR
ESD GROUND JACK
DOOR
LATCH
DOOR
HINGES
LOWER AIR INTAKE/
CABLE ROUTING TRAY
10479-C
Figure 501-1. Cellworx STN Shelf with Front Cover Panel
LATCH
10557-A
Figure 501-2. Front Cover Panel Door Latch
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PORT ASSIGNMENTS
Housekeeping
Alarms
Rack ID
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Shelf #
SHELF ADDRESS
IP ADDRESS
SLOT ASSIGNMENTS
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Protect Shelf Controller (SC)
2
Working Shelf Controller (SC)
1
Figure 501-3. Slot Configuration Label Located Inside Front Door
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UPPER HINGED SHAFT
SC
L-A
RADS
CRS
L-A
RADS
CRS
T3
CRS
T3
CRS
T3
CRS
T3
CRS
Critical
Maj/Min
PORT ASSIGNMENTS
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
1
2
3
2
3
4
3
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4
Rack ID
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
2
3
1
2
3
4
RMT
1
2
3
4
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Shelf #
10
11
12
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14
ACO
9
10
11
12
13
14
Craft
Access
8
9
10
ACO
Active
3
4
5
6
7
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PCMCIA
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Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Protect
Protect
Protect
Protect
Timing
Timing
Timing
Timing
18
Protect Shelf Controller (SC)
9
Source
Sync
Craft
Access
Enable
Shelf
Craft
Port
Port
Port
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
Port
4
5
5
6
6
Port
Port
1
1
2
2
3
3
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4
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4
Reset
LOWER HINGED SHAFT
10555-C
Figure 501-4. Front Door Hinge Removal
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INSTALL/REMOVE REAR COVER PANEL
Summary: The rear cover panel protects the rear access Electrical interface Modules (EIMs) and
all associated cabling that interconnects the Cellworx system to customer equipment. It is
necessary to remove this panel to provide access for installing or removing EIMs and cables. The
cover panel should remain in place and secured with the proper hardware during normal system
operation. This procedure covers both the removal, and the remounting of the rear cover panel.
Removing the Rear Cover Panel
1. Using a #2 Phillips head screwdriver, remove the 4-40 screws along the bottom of the rear
cover panel. See Figure 502-1. There may be a screw on each side of the rear panel also
that will need to be removed. Place the screws in a safe place so they may be located
when reinstalling the rear cover panel.
2. Grasp the bottom of the panel with one hand and pull outward slightly. Grasp a side of the
panel with the other hand to secure it and lift the panel slightly upward until the upper
retaining fingers clear the slots in the shelf. See Figure 502-2. Pull the panel away from
the shelf.
3. Store the panel in a safe location so it will not incur any damage while removed from the
shelf.
Note: It is suggested to tape the screws to the inside of the panel to keep them in a
common location until needed for rear cover panel reinstallation.
Reinstalling the Rear Cover Panel
4. Locate the rear cover panel and all associated hardware (4-40 screws, check the inside of
the cover panel and see if the screws are taped there.)
5. Holding the panel by the bottom and side edges, lean the top edge of the panel, which is
equipped with retaining fingers, toward the shelf.
6. Align the hooked fingers with the slots in the shelf and insert them, lowering the panel,
until it seats fully into the slots.
7. Gently release the lower edge of the panel until it seats fully against the shelf. The panel
cannot be pulled off in this position.
8. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, secure the bottom of the panel to the shelf with the
retaining screws.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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UPPER HEAT BAFFLE/
FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAY
ESD JACK
REAR COVER PANEL
POWER INPUT
TERMINAL
REAR COVER
MOUNTING SCREWS
LOWER AIR INTAKE/
CABLE ROUTING TRAY
CABLE ENTRY
(EITHER SIDE)
10480-C
CABLE TIE BAR
Figure 502-1. Cellworx STN Shelf Rear Cover Panel
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10541-B
Figure 502-2. Removing the Rear Cover Panel
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INSTALL CELLWORX STN SHELF INTO AN EQUIPMENT RACK
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for installing the Cellworx STN Shelf into a
standard 19 or 23-inch width EIA or WECO 7-foot rack. Mounting hole positions are provided for
the EIA wide space and WECO racks. Shelves can also be mounted in EIA International equipment
racks (mounting data for EIA International racks not available at this time). Each Cellworx shelf
requires 10 rack units.
Warning: Never install telephone equipment in a wet location or during a lightning
storm. When installing or modifying telephone lines, disconnect lines at the network
interface before working with uninsulated lines or terminals to prevent electrical shock.
Rack Mounting the Cellworx STN Shelf
1. Locate the rack position scheduled for shelf installation per site plans and verify there are no
obstructions. Up to three shelves may be installed in a standard EIA 7-foot rack with heat
baffle/fiber management panels as shown in Figure 503-1. Rack positions can be marked prior
to installation and require 10 rack unit spaces. Table 503-1 identifies the rack mounting
positions for each STN shelf and each baffle tray in an EIA wide space or WECO rack.
2. Determine if the shelf will be installed in a recessed (flush-mount) position. If so, remove
the screws securing the mounting brackets on each side of the shelf and relocate to the
forward mounting hole positions. Reattach the brackets securely.
3. Slide the shelf into the assigned position in the rack. If in a front access only rack, carefully
guide the cables that are dressed to the back of the shelf into the rack.
4. Align the mounting holes in the shelf with the applicable holes in the rack. Locate the
grounding jumpers shown in Figure 503-2, used to jumper the baffle trays to the shelf. Insert
the jumpers between each cage using standard #12-24 pan head or binding head machine
screws (customer supplied). Secure the highest and the lowest mounting holes on either side
of the shelf or assembly. There should be at least 2 additional screws installed on each side of
the shelf. See Figure 503-2.
5. Using the appropriate driver, tighten the 8 rack mounting screws to secure the shelf to the
mounting rack.
6. For front access only applications, dress in any cables that are attached to the system per
local practices as the application allows.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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SHELF #3
HEAT BAFFLE/
FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAYS
SHELF #2
AIR INTAKE/
CABLE ROUTING TRAYs
SHELF #1
9788-D
Figure 503-1. Fully Equipped Cellworx Rack
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Table 503-1. EIA Wide Space and WECO Equipment Rack Mounting Positions
SHELF POSITION/NUMBER
RACK HOLE COUNT
COMMENTS
EIA
WECO
Start hole count from the bottom.
Air intake tray for shelf 1
1&4
1&4
Upper and lower corners.
Shelf 1
6 & 23
5 & 21
Baffle tray for shelf 1
25 & 28
22 & 25
Air intake tray for shelf 2
29 & 32
26 & 29
Shelf 2
34 & 51
30 & 46
Baffle tray for shelf 2
53 & 56
47 & 50
Air intake tray for shelf 3
57 & 60
51 & 54
Shelf 3
62 & 79
55 & 71
Baffle tray for shelf 3
81 & 84
72 & 75
Upper and lower corners.
Upper and lower corners.
INSTALL
GROUND
JUMPER
BETWEEN
SHELF AND
TRAYS.
-48 VDC
Return A
-48 VDC
Return B
Sig Gnd
Frm Gnd
10537-B
Figure 503-2. Mounting the Cellworx STN Shelf in a 23-Inch Rack
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INSTALL HEAT BAFFLE/FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAYS
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for installing the Cellworx STN heat baffle/fiber
management trays into a standard 19 or 23-inch width EIA wide mount or WECO 7-foot rack.
Trays can also be mounted in EIA International equipment racks (mounting data for EIA
International racks not available at this time). Up to three heat baffle/fiber management trays may
be installed in a fully equipped Cellworx STN rack, one tray above each of the three Cellworx
STN shelves. ). Each Cellworx shelf baffle tray requires 2 rack units.
Rack Mounting
1. Locate the rack mounting positions that require a heat baffle/fiber management tray per
work order. One tray is required above each Cellworx STN shelf and requires 2 rack unit
spaces as shown in Figure 504-1. Use Table 504-1 as a reference for locating the rack
mounting positions in an EIA wide space or WECO rack.
2. Locate the heat baffle/fiber management tray(s) to be installed. See Figure 504-2.
3. Determine if the tray will be installed in a recessed (flush-mount) position. If so, remove
the screws securing the mounting brackets on each side of the tray and move to the
forward mounting hole positions. Reattach the brackets securely.
4. Secure the heat baffle/fiber management tray to the rack using an appropriate screwdriver
and four standard #12-24 pan-head or binding head machine screws (customer supplied).
Repeat this step for each tray required.
5. The painted cover panel for each baffle tray may be installed after system installation is
completed. To install the cover panel, align and insert the dowel pin on the right side of
the panel with the center hole on the right side of the tray. Refer to Figure 504-3.
6. Push the outer edges of the panel until it snaps into place. After the cover panel is attached,
the Heat Baffle/Fiber Management tray will resemble the one shown in Figure 504-4.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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SHELF #3
HEAT BAFFLE/
FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAYS
SHELF #2
AIR INTAKE/
CABLE ROUTING TRAYs
SHELF #1
9788-D
Figure 504-1. Fully Equipped 23” Cellworx STN Rack with Heat Baffle/Fiber Trays
Table 504-1. EIA Wide Space Equipment Rack Mounting Positions
SHELF POSITION/NUMBER
RACK HOLE COUNT
COMMENTS
EIA
WECO
Start hole count from the bottom.
Air intake tray for shelf 1
1&4
1&4
Upper and lower corners.
Shelf 1
6 & 23
5 & 21
Baffle tray for shelf 1
25 & 28
22 & 25
Air intake tray for shelf 2
29 & 32
26 & 29
Shelf 2
34 & 51
30 & 46
Baffle tray for shelf 2
53 & 56
47 & 50
Air intake tray for shelf 3
57 & 60
51 & 54
Shelf 3
62 & 79
55 & 71
Baffle tray for shelf 3
81 & 84
72 & 75
Upper and lower corners.
Upper and lower corners.
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FIBER ENTRY
(EITHER SIDE)
RACK
MOUNTING
FLANGE
FIBER ROUTING FLANGES
FRONT COVER
PANEL MOUNTING
HOLES (BOTH SIDES)
10718-B
Figure 504-2. 23” Heat Baffle/Fiber Management Tray (Uncovered)
DOWEL PIN ON RIGHT
SIDE OF INTAKE TRAY
SNAPS
Figure 504-3. Seating Fiber Management Panel Cover
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FRONT
COVER PANEL
RACK
MOUNTING
FLANGE
FIBER ENTRY
(EITHER SIDE)
10719-B
Figure 504-4. 23” Heat Baffle/Fiber Management Tray (Covered)
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INSTALL AIR INTAKE/CABLE ROUTING TRAYS
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for installing the Cellworx STN air intake/cable
routing trays into a standard 19 or 23-inch width EIA Wide Space 7-foot rack. Installation
includes reviewing the system and site plans, and the equipment interfacing with the Cellworx STN
system. Trays can also be mounted in EIA International or WECO equipment racks (mounting
data for WECO and EIA International racks not available at this time). Up to three Air
Intake/Cable routing trays may be installed in a fully equipped rack, one tray below each of the
three Cellworx STN shelves. Each Cellworx shelf intake tray requires 2 rack units
Rack Mounting
1. Locate the rack mounting positions that require an air intake/cable routing tray per work
order. One tray is required below each Cellworx STN shelf and takes up two rack unit
spaces as shown in Figure 505-1.Use Table 505-1 as a reference for locating rack-mounting
positions in an EIA wide space rack.
2. Determine if the tray will be installed in a recessed (flush-mount) position. If so, remove
the screws securing the mounting brackets on each side of the tray and move to the
forward mounting hole positions. Reattach the brackets securely.
3. Locate the air intake/cable routing tray shown in Figure 505-2 for installation.
4. Secure the air intake/cable routing tray to the rack using an appropriate screwdriver and
standard #12-24 pan head or binding head machine screws (customer supplied). Repeat
this step for each tray required.
5. To install the painted bezel to the front of the tray, align and insert the dowel pin on the
right side of the panel, with the center hole on the right side of the tray. Push the sides of
the panel until it snaps into place. Refer to Figure 505-3.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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SHELF #3
HEAT BAFFLE/
FIBER MANAGEMENT TRAYS
SHELF #2
AIR INTAKE/
CABLE ROUTING TRAYs
SHELF #1
9788-D
Figure 505-1. Fully Equipped 23” Cellworx STN Rack with Air Intake/Cable Routing Trays
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Table 505-1. EIA Wide Space Equipment Rack Mounting Positions
SHELF POSITION/NUMBER
RACK HOLE COUNT
EIA
COMMENTS
WECO
Start hole count from the bottom.
Upper and lower corners.
Air intake tray for shelf 1
1&4
1&4
Shelf 1
6 & 23
5 & 21
Baffle tray for shelf 1
25 & 28
22 & 25
Air intake tray for shelf 2
29 & 32
26 & 29
Shelf 2
34 & 51
30 & 46
Baffle tray for shelf 2
53 & 56
47 & 50
Air intake tray for shelf 3
57 & 60
51 & 54
Shelf 3
62 & 79
55 & 71
Baffle tray for shelf 3
81 & 84
72 & 75
Upper and lower corners.
Upper and lower corners.
MOUNTING
FLANGE
REMOVABLE
BEZEL
REAR ACCESS
CABLE ENTRY
10527-A
Figure 505-2. 23” Air Intake/Cable Routing Tray
DOWEL PIN SEATS IN RIGHT
SIDE OF INTAKE TRAY
10526-B
SNAPS
Figure 505-3. Align Dowel Pin and Install Intake Tray Bezel
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VERIFY SOURCE 48 VDC POWER
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for verifying the source 48 Vdc power supply.
The –48 Vdc source must be electrically isolated from the AC source and reliably connected to
earth ground.
1. Turn on the power source that will supply power to the system.
2. Use a multimeter to measure the DC voltage. When testing, place the positive probe on
the 48 V terminal and the negative probe on the COM or RTN terminal. This may
entail taking measurements from the fuse terminals.
3. Measure the voltage across terminals.
4. The measured voltage must be between 42.5 Vdc and 56.5 Vdc at the specified point.
Was voltage within range specified? Note the polarity.
If No, proceed to step 5.
If Yes, proceed to step 6.
5. The problem is in the power supply wiring or in the 48 Vdc power supply. Isolate
problem using local troubleshooting practices and correct as required before installing
power to the system. Repeat procedure after correcting problem.
6. Turn off power supply.
7. Repeat steps 1 through 4 for the second power source used to power the system.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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CONNECT 48 VDC POWER AND GROUND WIRES TO THE SHELF
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for wiring the 48 Vdc “A” and “B” office
battery to the Cellworx STN Shelf.
Warning: Before making any connections to the shelf, verify that the power is off (fuse
removed/breaker tripped) and that all modules are removed from the shelf. Do not install
modules until after the shelf power and ground wiring is completed.
Warning: Never install telephone equipment in a wet location or during a lightning
storm. When installing or modifying telephone lines, disconnect lines at the network
interface before working with uninsulated lines or terminals to prevent electrical shock.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
1. Determine the required wire size and color code per local practice. Refer to the
Specifications Table in the Applications Engineering Manual, listed in the Related
Publications section of this document, for power and current consumption data.
2. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to the wristband. Plug the
ground plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right front side of the shelf.
3. Using a multimeter, insure that no voltage is present on the power leads to be used and
that the system is reliably connected to earth ground.
4. Route the cables to the left side of the shelf (facing the rear) utilizing ladder racks and
panduit per local practices. Be sure to avoid routing the cables over any sharp edges, and
avoid stress on the wires.
5. Dress and secure the wires to the rack per local practice.
6. Locate the power input terminal on the left side (facing the rear) of the shelf near the
middle. Refer to Figure 507-1. Remove the plastic terminal cover by lifting it and
pulling the bottom end out first.
7. Cut the excess cable length off, strip approximately one-half inch of the insulation off ,
crimp a number 6 ring lug onto the wires, and perform the connections listed below
using a Phillips-head screwdriver:
•
Connect ground wires from redundant power sources to FRM GND terminal stud.
Place the ground cable ring lug directly against the shelf on the stud, not the terminal
block. Then apply a lock washer and a nut. Additional grounds may be attached to
this stud on top of the frame ground using the same hardware stack-up.
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•
Connect Signal ground wires from redundant sources to SIG GND terminal lugs.
•
Connect positive leads from redundant power sources to RTN terminal lugs.
•
Connect negative leads from redundant power sources to 48 Vdc terminal lugs.
8. Reattach the plastic terminal cover by inserting the top tab first and then seating the bottom
tab into the slots provided. Turn on the power source that will supply power to the shelf.
9. Using a multimeter, verify the DC voltage is still between 42.5 Vdc and 56.5 Vdc across
the terminals. When testing, place the positive probe on the 48 Vdc terminal and the
negative probe on the Return terminal.
10. Was voltage within range specified?
If No, proceed to step 11.
If Yes, Stop! You have completed this procedure.
11. The problem is in the power supply wiring or in the 48 Vdc power supply. Isolate the
problem using local troubleshooting practices and correct as required. Repeat procedure
after correcting problem.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
-48VDC
A
RTN
-48VDC
B
RTN
SIG GND
FRM GN
D
10536-D
Figure 507-1. Power Terminal on the Cellworx STN Shelf
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INSTALL SHELF CONTROLLER (SC) ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (EIM)
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the SC EIMs into the backplane
at their respective slots. Cabling and terminations of optional housekeeping inputs, alarm outputs,
ACO, and Telnet will be addressed in other DLPs. The SC EIM has rotary switches that must be
set to assign the shelf a unique (from other shelves in the network) hexadecimal address.
The SC cards are supported by a 1:1 non-revertive protection switching mechanism and must be
installed in the first slot on the left (working) and the last slot on the right (standby) for a 23” or
19” shelf. The SC cards are required in every Cellworx STN shelf to manage the shelf, provide
status and alarm messaging to the Network Manager, and provide clock distribution.
Note: SC EIM modules are installed in the shelf from the factory and may not need
installation other than replacement issues.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in physical or severe electrical damage to the backplane pins or module
connectors, and if power is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the
modules or the backplane.
1. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground
plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper left rear side of the shelf.
2. Locate the working and protect SC EIM modules to be installed. The working module is
shown in Figure 508-1, and the protect module is shown in Figure 508-2. Also note the
slot positions required for each module (slot 1 = working, last slot on the right or 18 =
protect).
3. Set address settings on the protect TEIM module per work order or customer
requirements. Refer to Table 508-1 for strapping options. Refer to Figure 508-2 for switch
locations that need to be set. Table 508-2 shows the hexadecimal cross-references for
each shelf address for up to 50 nodes.
Note: Each shelf within a network should have a separate ID number. These IDs are set
via the rotary switches on the protect SC TEIM and can be set from 01 to 32
(hexadecimal values for 1 to 50) on any network, but not duplicated.
4. Set the shelf type as a Gateway, Ring Node, EPS, or Stand-alone via rotary switches 3 and
4 on the SC TEIM. Refer to Table 508-1 for strapping options.
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5. Locate the slot position to install the SC EIMs into at the rear of the shelf, slot 1 for
working, and slot 18 for protect. Refer to Figure 508-3.
6. Align the working EIM with the card guides at the rear of the shelf in slot position one
(first slot on the right, facing the rear) with the component side of the card facing the left.
Locate the shelf alarm cable that plugs into the EIM and isolate while seating the card.
Slide the module in until the ejector ears reach the card cage. Use the ejector ears to fully
seat the EIM into the backplane connector by pressing them inward toward the center of
the module, both at the same time as shown in Figure 508-4. Do not use excessive force to
seat the modules. If excessive resistance is felt, remove the module, check for
obstructions and proper alignment in card guides, and then try seating it again. Once the
module is properly seated in the slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
7. After seating the module, plug the front panel shelf alarm indicator cable into the daughter
board as shown in Figure 508-5. If this cable is not connected to the SC EIM, shelf alarms
will not be indicated on the shelf front door panel.
8. Align the protect TEIM with the card guides at the rear of the shelf in slot position
eighteen (first slot from the left, facing the rear). The protection EIM provides a customer
LAN cable termination (DLP-515). Slide the module in until the ejector ears reach the
card cage. Use the ejector ears to fully seat the EIM into the backplane connector by
pressing them inward toward the center of the module both at the same time. Do not use
excessive force to seat the modules. If excessive resistance is felt, remove the module,
check for obstructions and proper alignment in card guides, and try seating it again.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
Table 508-1. SC TEIM Strapping Options
SWITCH ID
DEFAULT
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
SW 1
0
0 to 3
Shelf Address most significant bit, up to 50 nodes per
network. Hexadecimal values of 01 to 32 between SW1 and
SW2.
SW 2
0
0 to F
Shelf Address least significant bit, up to 50 nodes per
network. Hexadecimal values of 01 to 32 between SW1 and
SW2.
SW 3
0
none
Shelf Type most significant bit, no change.
SW 4
2
Shelf Type least significant bit.
1
Sets node as Gateway Network Element (GNE) for SONET
networks.
2
Sets node as standard Ring Node (RNE) ) for SONET
networks.
3
Sets node as an ExPansion Shelf (EPS) ) for SONET
networks.
6
Sets the node as a SAM or stand-alone GNE.
(continued)
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Table 508-1. SC TEIM Strapping Options, continued
SWITCH ID
DEFAULT
SW 4
(continued)
2
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
Shelf Type least significant bit.
C
Sets the node as a stand-alone GNE for SDH networks.
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
10748-A
10837-A
Figure 508-1. Working SC EIM
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Figure 508-2. Terminating SC EIM
Type
MSB
Shelf
LSB
012
F
012
F
012
F
456
3
CDE
B
SHELF ADDRESS
MSB
LSB
456
3
CDE
B
SHELF TYPE
MSB
LSB
CDE
B
P1
456
3
89A
7
P9
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
456
3
89A
7
DS1 TX2 TIP
DS1 TX2 RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN 1
RETURN
HSKP IN 2
RETURN
RETURN
HSKP IN 4
RETURN
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
HSKP IN 7
RETURN
HSKP IN 8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
SHELF ALM NO
SHELF ALM NC
SHELF ALM COM
J2
10BaseT
CDE
B
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
;;;;
SW4 . . . . .SW1
Sets the node as an EPS for SDH networks.
Shelf Address
MSB
LSB
9
012
F
Sets the node as a RNE for SDH networks.
89A
7
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
Sets the node as a GNE for SDH networks.
8
89A
7
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
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Table 508-2. Hexadecimal Conversion Table
SW2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
NODE
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
SW1
SW2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
NODE
89A
E
7
012
F
456
89A
E
7
012
F
456
E
89A
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
CRI VIS NO
CR I VIS NC
CR I VIS COM
CD
B
012
F
7
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
CRI AUD NO
CRI AUD NC
CR I AUD COM
CD
B
MAJ AUD NO
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD COM
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS COM
MIN AUD NO
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
3
456
E
89A
SW2
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
CD
B
012
F
7
SW1
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
CD
B
3
3
456
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
SW1
3
NODE
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
10545-C
PROTECT SC EIM
IN SLOT 18
WORKING SC EIM
IN SLOT 1
Figure 508-3. SC EIM Slot Identification
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;
y
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy;;
;
y
;;
yy
;;
yy
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy
;;
yy;;
;
y
;;
yy
;;
yy
yy;;
yy;y
yy;;
yy;;
;;;;;
;
CRI AUD NO
CRI AUD NC
CR I AUD COM
CRI VIS NO
CR I VIS NC
CR I VIS COM
MAJ AUD NO
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD COM
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS COM
MIN AUD NO
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
SHELF AlLARM
RETURN
HSKP IN 1
RETURN
HSKP IN 2
RETURN
HSKP IN 3
RETURN
HSKP IN 4
RETURN
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
HSKP IN 7
RETURN
HSKP IN 8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
DS1 TX2 TIP
DS1 TX2 RNG
WORKING SC EIM
IN SLOT 1.
ESD JACK
EJECTOR EARS
SEAT IN TROUGHS.
Figure 508-4. Installing the SC EIM
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BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
Remotwe
COM
C
Remote N
O
N
te
o
Rem
M
O
C
ACO
ACO NC
ACO NO
OM
MIN VIS C
C
N
IS
MIN V
O
N
IS
V
MIN
OM
MIN AUD C
C
N
MIN AUD
O
N
MIN AUD
OM
MAJ VIS C
NC
IS
V
MAJ
O
N
IS
V
J
A
M
COM
D
U
A
J
A
M
NC
MAJ AUD
O
N
D
U
MAJ A
M
O
C
IS
V
CR I
C
N
IS
V
I
CR
NO
CRI VIS
OM
C
CR I AUD
C
N
D
U
CRI A
O
N
D
U
A
CRI
FRONT PANEL SHELF ALARM
INDICATOR CABLE PLUGS INTO
THE SC EIM DAUGHTER BOARD.
DS1 TX
2T
DS1 TX IP
2 RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN
1
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
2
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
3
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
4
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
5
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
6
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
7
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
8
RETUR
N
ACO IN
RETUR
N
SHELF A
LM N
SHELF A O
LM NC
SHELF A
LM COM
11145-C
Figure 508.5 Seat Alarm Cable on SC EIM
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INSTALL NETWORK MANAGEMENT INTERFACE CONTROLLER (NMIC)
ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (EIM)
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the NMIC EIMs into the
backplane in their respective slots. Cabling and terminations will be covered in another DLP.
The NMIC cards are required in a standalone Cellworx STN shelf, or in a Gateway node in a ring
network. The NMIC provides shelf configurations, status and alarm messaging either via GUI to
an X-Terminal or SNMP to the external Network Management System (NMS), and downloads
software information to nodes in the network. The NMIC cards require two card slots each and
are supported by a 1:1 protection switching mechanism. The working and protect NMICs must be
installed in adjacent slots, 2-3 (working) and 4-5 (protect) at the Gateway node (GNE). The
NMIC EIMs provide LAN connections for the external NMS.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in physical or severe electrical damage to the backplane pins or module
connectors, and if power is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the
modules or the backplane.
1. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground
plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper left rear side of the shelf.
2. Locate the working and protect NMIC EIM modules to be installed. The same module is
used for the working and protect slots and is shown in Figure 509-1. The slot positions
required for each module are shown in Figure 509-2 as slot 2 = working, slot 4 = protect.
3. Align the working EIM with the card guides at the rear of the shelf at slot position two
(second slot from the right, facing the rear). Slide the module in until the ejector ears reach
the card cage. Use the ejector ears to fully seat the EIM into the backplane connector by
pressing them inward at the same time. Refer to Figure 509-3. Do not use excessive force to
seat the modules. If excessive resistance is felt, remove the module, check for obstructions
and proper alignment, and try seating it again. Once the module is properly seated in the
slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
4. Align the protect NMIC EIM with the card guides at the rear of the shelf at slot position
four (fourth slot from the right, facing the rear). Slide the module in until the ejector ears
reach the card cage. Use the ejector ears to fully seat the EIM into the backplane
connector by pressing them inward. Do not use excessive force to seat the modules. If
excessive resistance is felt, remove the module, check for obstructions and proper
alignment, and try seating it again. Once the module is properly seated in the slot, a final
push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
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5. Using a pen, pencil, or marker, record the slot configurations on the label provided on the
inside of the front door for future reference.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
JA7
P1
P2
A
GND
B
GND
E11
DCE
J2
DTE
J4
J3
J5
U2
J6
RJ45 ETHERNET
CONNECTION
J7
9 PIN D-SUB EXTERNAL
EQUIPMENT PORT
J1
10490-B
Figure 509-1. NMIC Electrical interface Module (EIM)
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012
F
E
CD
B
012
F
456
7
E
89A
CD
B
456
7
012
F
3
E
89A
CD
B
456
89A
E
7
012
F
3
Type
MSB
456
89A
3
Shelf
LSB
3
7
CD
B
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
Shelf Address
MSB
LSB
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;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
10530-A
PROTECT NMIC EIM
IN SLOT 4
Figure 509-2. NMIC EIM Slot Identification
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IN SLOT 2
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E11
SHELF TYPE
MSB
LSB
SHELF ADDRESS
MSB
LSB
JA7
CRI AUD NO
CRI AUD NC
CR I AUD COM
CRI VIS NO
CR I VIS NC
CR I VIS COM
U2
MAJ AUD NO
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD COM
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS COM
MIN AUD NO
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
J6
SHELF AlLARM
RETURN
WORKING NMIC EIM
IN SLOT 2.
HSKP IN 1
RETURN
HSKP IN 2
RETURN
HSKP IN 3
RETURN
HSKP IN 4
RETURN
J2
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
HSKP IN 7
RETURN
ESD JACK
HSKP IN 8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
DS1 TX2 TIP
DS1 TX2 RNG
J1
EJECTOR EARS
SEAT IN TROUGHS.
10552-B
Figure 509-3. Installing the Working NMIC EIM Module
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INSTALL AND CABLE T1/E1 MULTI 1 ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the T1/E1 MULTI-1 Circuit
Emulation Service (CES) / Cell Relay Service (CRS) EIMs into their respective slots and/or protection
groups. Cabling and terminations will also be covered in this procedure. MULTI-1 denotes cards that
can perform both Cell Relay Services (CRS) and Circuit Emulation Services (CES).
The T1/E1 MULTI 1 cards are supported by 1:N (N d 8) protection switching and may be
installed in any single or dual slot in the shelf with the following exceptions:
x
Shelf Controllers must occupy the first and last slots of any shelf.
x
Ring Interface cards must occupy the second and third slots from the right of any shelf
(front view).
x
NMIC cards at the Gateway Network Element (GNE) must occupy slots 2 through 5.
If the NMICs are not required at the node, their slots may be used for any other Access Interface
Card (AIC) type. If the RIC cards are not required the 155 CRS and T3 CRS AICs may be used
as network interfaces.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in physical or severe electrical damage to the backplane pins or module connectors,
and if power is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the modules or the
backplane.
1.
Refer to site plans and note the slots to be equipped with T1/E1 MULTI 1 interfaces. Also
note the slot positions required for each protection group.
2.
Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground plug
into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper left rear side of the STN shelf.
3.
Locate the T1/E1 MULTI 1 EIMs and Protection EIMs (PEIM) to be installed. Refer to Figure
511-1 for identification of a T1/E1 MULTI 1 EIM, and Figure 511-2 for identification of the
PEIM module.
4.
Align the T1/E1 MULTI 1 EIM with the card guides at the rear of the shelf in the slot
corresponding to the working T1/E1 MULTI 1 AIC at the front of the shelf. Slide the
module in until the ejector ears reach the card cage. Use the ejector ears to fully seat the
EIM into the backplane connector by pressing them inward. Do not use excessive force to
seat the modules. If excessive resistance is felt, remove the module, check for obstructions
and proper alignment, and try seating it again. Once the module is properly seated in the
slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
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5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 for each additional T1/E1 MULTI 1 EIM required in the shelf.
Note: Install up to eight T1/E1 MULTI 1 EIMs in a protection group. The T1 MULTI 1
AIC in the protection slot does not require an EIM since customer inputs are terminated
on the working EIMs. The signal is bridged to the protect EIM (PEIM) card in the
protection slot through the backplane buses. The PEIM does not provide customer cable
terminating connectors.
6. Determine if another T1/E1 MULTI 1 AIC card is being utilized for protection, if so install
the PEIM in the protection slot.
Note: Leave the jumpers on the 20 PEIM header pins offset to one side, not bridging the
two pins in each row.
7. Using a pen, pencil, or marker, record the slot configurations on the label provided on the
inside of the front door panel for future reference. Refer to DLP-501 for gaining access to
the inside of the front door panel. Continue with step 9 for cabling instructions.
8. Route the customer T1 cables from the customer equipment to the lower rear of the shelf per
local practices. Avoid routing over sharp edges or making tight bends in the cable. Cables
may enter the rear area of the shelf from either the left or right side. For ease of installation,
it is suggested to route the cables to the side closest to the card group. For front mount
applications, route the cable through the rack and to the uninstalled shelf. Do not route them
out the sides of the shelf, rather route them out the back of the shelf in such a manner that
the may be fed back through the rack as the shelf is inserted.
9. Equip the cables with a 64 pin Amphenol or Champ connector, if applicable, per local
practices. Ground pins are provided on the EIM module for connection of a drain wire.
10. Perform a continuity check or test cables per local practices.
11. Terminate the cables per site plans to the respective module position and circuit port. Refer
to Figure 511-3 for connector pin out information.
12. Bundle and/or dress in the cables below the card cage utilizing the tie bar supplied on the
back of the air intake tray. Leave enough slack in the cable to reroute the cable connectors
to other slots in case future slot modifications are needed. Cable ties may be used to secure
the cables to the flanges of the tie bar. Refer to Figure 511-4 for an example of dressing
EIM cables.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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10473-B
12681-A
Figure 511-1. T1/E1 MULTI 1 EIM
Figure 511-2. Protection EIM (PEIM)
Table 511-1. T1/E1 MULTI-1 64 Pin Connector Pin Out
PORT /TRANSMIT
PINS
PORT /RECEIVE
PINS
Port 1 Transmit Tip
32
Port 1 Receive Tip
16
Port 1 Transmit Ring
64
Port 1 Receive Ring
48
Port 2 Transmit Tip
31
Port 2 Receive Tip
15
Port 2 Transmit Ring
63
Port 2 Receive Ring
47
Port 3 Transmit Tip
30
Port 3 Receive Tip
14
Port 3 Transmit Ring
62
Port 3 Receive Ring
46
(continued)
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Table 511-1. T1/E1 MULTI-1 64 Pin Connector Pin Out (continued)
PORT /TRANSMIT
PINS
PORT /RECEIVE
PINS
Port 4 Transmit Tip
29
Port 4 Receive Tip
13
Port 4 Transmit Ring
61
Port 4 Receive Ring
45
Port 5 Transmit Tip
28
Port 5 Receive Tip
12
Port 5 Transmit Ring
60
Port 5 Receive Ring
44
Port 6 Transmit Tip
27
Port 6 Receive Tip
11
Port 6 Transmit Ring
59
Port 6 Receive Ring
43
Port 7 Transmit Tip
26
Port 7 Receive Tip
10
Port 7 Transmit Ring
58
Port 7 Receive Ring
42
Port 8 Transmit Tip
25
Port 8 Receive Tip
9
Port 8 Transmit Ring
57
Port 8 Receive Ring
41
Port 9 Transmit Tip
24
Port 9 Receive Tip
8
Port 9 Transmit Ring
56
Port 9 Receive Ring
40
Port 10 Transmit Tip
23
Port 10 Receive Tip
7
Port 10 Transmit Ring
55
Port 10 Receive Ring
39
Port 11 Transmit Tip
22
Port 11 Receive Tip
6
Port 11 Transmit Ring
54
Port 11 Receive Ring
38
Port 12 Transmit Tip
21
Port 12 Receive Tip
5
Port 12 Transmit Ring
53
Port 12 Receive Ring
37
Port 13 Transmit Tip
20
Port 13 Receive Tip
4
Port 13 Transmit Ring
52
Port 13 Receive Ring
36
Port 14 Transmit Tip
19
Port 14 Receive Tip
3
Port 14 Transmit Ring
51
Port 14 Receive Ring
35
Port 15 Transmit Tip
18
Port 15 Receive Tip
2
Port 15 Transmit Ring
50
Port 15 Receive Ring
34
Port 16 Transmit Tip
17
Port 16 Receive Tip
1
Port 16 Transmit Ring
49
Port 16 Receive Ring
33
32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
12379-A
Figure 511-3. 64 Pin Champ Connector
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HSKP
RETU IN 5
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HSKP
RETU IN 6
RN
HSKP
RETU IN 7
RN
HSKP
IN
RETU 8
RN
ACO
IN
RETU
RN
BITS
PR
BITS PR I TIP
I RNG
BITS
SE
BITS SE C TIP
DS1 TX C RNG
DS1 TX 1 TIP
1 RNG
DS1
DS1 TXTX2 TIP
2 RNG
WORKING NMIC
RJ45 X-TERM
PROTECT NMIC
RJ45 X-TERM
64 PIN CHAMP
(T1 MULTI 1 EIM)
BNC CONNECTORS
(T3 CRS EIM)
CABLES ROUTED UNDER CARD CAGE AND
UP THROUGH FLANGES, TERMINATING ON
THE CARDS.
SC TELNET
RJ45 PORT
10476-D
Figure 511-4. Routing and Cabling Rear Access Cables (Example)
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INSTALL AND CABLE T3 CELL RELAY SERVICE
ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (T3 CRS EIM)
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the T3 CRS EIMs into their
respective protection groups. Cabling and terminations will also be covered in this procedure.
The T3 CRS cards are supported by 1:N (N d 3) protection switching and may be installed in any
single slot in the shelf with the following exceptions:
x
Shelf Controllers must occupy slots 1 and 18.
x
622 Ring Interface cards in a ring node must occupy slots 16 and 17.
x
NMIC cards at the Gateway Network Element (GNE) must occupy slots 2 through 5.
x
Up to three working cards may be equipped to one protection card (total of four cards per
protection group in contiguous slots.)
If the NMICs are not required at the node, their slots may be used for any other Access Interface
Card type. If the 622 RICs are not required, the 155 CRS and T3 CRS AICs may be used as
network interfaces in slots 16 and 17.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in physical damage to the backplane pins or module connectors, and if power is
applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the modules or the backplane.
1. Refer to site plans and note the protection groups to be installed for each T3 CRS interface
type. Also note the slot positions required for each protection group.
2. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground plug
into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper left rear side of the STN shelf.
3. Locate the T3 EIM modules to be installed. Refer to Figure 512-1 for identification of the
working modules, and Figure 512-2 for identification of a common protection Bus
Terminating EIM (B-TEIM) module for configuring protection groups.
4. Align the working EIM with the card guides at the rear of the shelf. Slide the module in
until the ejector ears reach the card cage. Use the ejector ears to fully seat the EIM into the
backplane connector by pressing them inward. Refer to Figure 512-3. Do not use excessive
force to seat the modules. If excessive resistance is felt, remove the module, check for
obstructions and proper alignment, and try seating it again. Once the module is properly
seated in the slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
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5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 for each working EIM (up to three working modules) in the protection
group per site plans or continue.
6. Install the common bus terminating Protection EIM (PEIM) in the left most slot (viewed
from the rear) of each T3 protection group to provide termination of the protection bus on
the backplane. This EIM does not provide customer cable terminating connectors.
7. Using a pen, pencil, or marker, record the slot configurations on the label provided on the
inside of the front door panel for future reference. Refer to DLP-501 for gaining access to
the inside of the front door panel. Continue with step 8 for cabling instructions.
8. Route the customer T3 CRS coaxial cables from the customer equipment to the lower rear
of the shelf per local practices. Avoid routing over sharp edges or making tight bends in the
cable. Cables may enter the rear area of the shelf from either the left or right side. For ease
of installation, it is suggested to route the cables to the side closest to the card group. For
front mount applications, route the cable through the rack and to the uninstalled shelf. Do
not route them out the sides of the shelf, rather route them out the back of the shelf in such a
manner that the may be fed back through the rack as the shelf is inserted.
9. If not already equipped, connectorize the coaxial cables with BNC connectors per local
practices.
10. Perform a continuity check or test cables per local practices.
11. Terminate the cables per site plans to the respective module position and circuit port. There
are three T3 CRS ports available per EIM, each port providing an input (RX) termination
and an output (TX) termination.
12. Bundle and/or dress in the cables below the card cage utilizing the tie bar supplied in the air
intake tray. Leave enough slack in the cable to reroute the cable connectors to other slots in
case future slot modifications are needed. Cable ties may be used to secure the cables to the
flanges of the tie bar. Refer to Figure 512-4 for an example in dressing EIM cables.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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PHY1_RX
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RX TX
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PHY3_RX
PORT 2 BNC
RX TX
PORT 3 BNC
RX TX
10483-B
Figure 512-1. T3 CRS Working EIM
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Figure 512-2. Bus Terminating EIM
(B-TEIM)
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10550-B
EJECTOR EARS
SEAT IN TROUGHS.
Figure 512-3. Installing a T3 CRS EIM
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HSKP
RETU IN 5
RN
HSKP
RETU IN 6
RN
HSKP
RETU IN 7
RN
HSKP
IN
RETU 8
RN
ACO
IN
RETU
RN
BITS
PR
BITS PR I TIP
I RNG
BITS
SE
BITS SE C TIP
DS1 TX C RNG
DS1 TX 1 TIP
1 RNG
DS1
DS1 TXTX2 TIP
2 RNG
WORKING NMIC
RJ45 X-TERM
PROTECT NMIC
RJ45 X-TERM
64 PIN CHAMP
(T1 MULTI 1 EIM)
BNC CONNECTORS
(T3 CRS EIM)
CABLES ROUTED UNDER CARD CAGE AND
UP THROUGH FLANGES, TERMINATING ON
THE CARDS.
SC TELNET
RJ45 PORT
10476-D
Figure 512-4. Routing and Dressing EIM Cables
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INSTALL AND CABLE T3 TMUX MULTI-1
ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULES (T3 TMUX MULTI-1 EIM)
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the T3 TMUX MULTI-1 EIMs
into their respective protection groups. Cabling and terminations will also be covered in this
procedure. MULTI-1 designators denote cards that can perform both Cell Relay Services (CRS)
and Circuit Emulation Services (CES).
The T3 MUX MULTI-1 cards are supported by 1:1 protection switching and may be installed in
any single or dual slot in the shelf with the following exceptions:
x
Shelf Controllers must occupy slots 1 and 18.
x
622 Ring Interface cards in a ring node must occupy slots 16 and 17.
x
NMIC cards at the Gateway Network Element (GNE) must occupy slots 2 through 5.
x
The protection cards match the working card configuration (i.e., using both the T3
TMUX and the TMUX EXP cards for protection if both are equipped for working.)
If the NMICs are not required at the node, their slots may be used for any other Access Interface
Card (AIC) type.
The T3 TMUX AIC terminates the first 12 DS1 ports on the incoming DS3. The T3 TMUX MULTI1 EXP AIC terminates the remaining 16 DS1 ports on the incoming DS3 for a total of 28 DS1s.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in physical or severe electrical damage to the backplane pins or module
connectors, and if power is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the
modules or the backplane.
1. Refer to site plans and note the slots to be equipped with T3 TMUX MULTI-1 interfaces.
Also note the slot positions required for each protection group.
2. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground plug
into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper left rear side of the STN shelf.
3. Locate the T3 TMUX MULTI-1 EIMs and Protection EIMs (PEIM) to be installed. Refer to
Figure 513-1 for identification of a T3 TMUX MULTI-1 EIM, and Figure 513-2 for
identification of the PEIM module.
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4. Align the T3 TMUX MULTI-1 EIM with the card guides at the rear of the shelf in the slot
corresponding to the working T3 TMUX MULTI-1 AIC at the front of the shelf. Slide the
module in until the ejector ears reach the card cage. Use the ejector ears to fully seat the
EIM into the backplane connector by pressing them inward. Do not use excessive force to
seat the modules. If excessive resistance is felt, remove the module, check for obstructions
and proper alignment, and try seating it again. Once the module is properly seated in the
slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 for each additional T3 TMUX MULTI-1 EIM required in the shelf.
Note: Install only one T3 TMUX MULTI-1 EIM per protection group. The protection
T3 TMUX cards do not require the T3 TMUX MULTI-1 EIM since the customer input is
terminated at the working card. The signal is bridged to the protect T3 TMUX MULTI-1
and TMUX expansion cards through the backplane buses via the PEIMs. The PEIM does
not provide customer cable terminations.
6. Install the PEIM in the TMUX Expansion card slot. If not equipped with a TMUX EXP
card, determine if another T3 TMUX MULTI-1 AIC card is being utilized for protection.
Refer to the scenarios in Figures 513-3 through 513-6 for examples of card positioning
requirements.
Note: If utilizing protection, install jumpers on all 20 sets of pins on the PEIM card as
shown in Figure 513-2, otherwise, leave all header pins open (no jumpers installed.)
7. If equipped with a protection T3 TMUX MULTI-1, install additional PEIMs in adjacent
slots (i.e., if using slots 4 and 5 for the working T3 TMUX MULTI-1 and TMUX EXP
cards, use slots 6 and 7 for the protection T3 TMUX MULTI-1 and TMUX EXP cards.)
Refer to the example shown in Figure 513-3. Install the 20 jumpers on the header pins of
each PEIM except the last card in the group (at the protect TMUX EXP Card in slot 7)
8. Using a pen, pencil, or marker, record the slot configurations on the label provided on the
inside of the front door panel for future reference. Refer to DLP-501 for gaining access to
the inside of the front door panel. Continue with step 9 for cabling instructions.
9. Route the customer T3 TMUX MULTI-1 coaxial cables from the customer equipment to the
lower rear of the shelf per local practices. Avoid routing over sharp edges or making tight
bends in the cable. Cables may enter the rear area of the shelf from either the left or right
side. For ease of installation, it is suggested to route the cables to the side closest to the card
group. For front mount applications, route the cable through the rack and to the uninstalled
shelf. Do not route them out the sides of the shelf, rather route them out the back of the shelf
in such a manner that the may be fed back through the rack as the shelf is inserted.
10. Equip the coaxial cables with BNC connectors, if applicable, per local practices.
11. Perform a continuity check or test cables per local practices.
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12. Terminate the cables per site plans to the respective module position and circuit port. There
is one T3 Transmit Out (TX) port and one T3 Receive In (RX) port available per T3 TMUX
MULTI-1 EIM. Refer to Figure 513-1.
13. Bundle and/or dress in the cables below the card cage utilizing the tie bar supplied on the
back of the air intake tray. Leave enough slack in the cable to reroute the cable connectors
to other slots in case future slot modifications are needed. Cable ties may be used to secure
the cables to the flanges of the tie bar. Refer to Figure 513-7 for an example of dressing
EIM cables.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
TX
SHOWN EQUIPPED WITH
BRIDGING JUMPERS
RX
12444-A
12449-A
Figure 513-1. T3 TMUX EIM
Figure 513-2. Protection EIM (PEIM)
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WORKING T3 TMUX AND
TMUX EXPANSION CARD
OR FUTURED EXP SLOT.
1
2
3
4
PROTECT T3 TMUX AND
TMUX EXPANSION CARD
OR FUTURED EXP SLOT.
5
6
7
8
LAST PEIM IS
UNTERMINATED.
9
10
SC
NMIC
TMUX
EXP
T3 TMUX
MULTI 1
T3 TMUX
MULTI 1
WORKING T3 TMUX HAS
TMUX EIM INSTALLED.
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
TMUX
EXP
Critical
Maj/Min
Remote
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
CRI AUD NO
CRI AUD NC
CR I AUD COM
ACO
CRI VIS NO
CR I VIS NC
CR I VIS COM
MAJ AUD NO
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD COM
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS COM
MIN AUD NO
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
SHELF ALARM
RETURN
TX
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Protect
Protect
Protect
Protect
Source
Sync
Craft
Access
Enable
Craft
Access
Enable
Shelf
Craft
EML
Craft
Reset
Reset
1
2
Port
Port
RX
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
8
7
FRONT VIEW
6
3
4
5
2
1
REAR VIEW
Figure 513-3. Protected 28 Port T3 TMUX and TMUX EXP Cards
TWO SETS OF UNPROTECTED T3 TMUX
AND TMUX EXPANSION CARDS
1
2
SC
3
4
5
6
TMUX
EXP
T3 TMUX
MULTI 1
7
8
EACH PEIM IS
UNTERMINATED
9
10
NMIC
T3 TMUX
MULTI 1
BOTH T3 TMUXS HAVE
TMUX EIMS INSTALLED
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
TMUX
EXP
Critical
Maj/Min
Remote
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
CRI AUD NO
CRI AUD NC
CR I AUD COM
ACO
CRI VIS NO
CR I VIS NC
CR I VIS COM
TX
TX
RX
RX
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Protect
Protect
Protect
Protect
Source
Sync
Craft
Access
Enable
Craft
Access
Enable
Shelf
Craft
EML
Craft
Reset
Reset
1
2
Port
Port
3
4
MAJ AUD NO
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD COM
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS COM
MIN AUD NO
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
SHELF ALARM
RETURN
5
6
FRONT VIEW
7
8
9
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
REAR VIEW
Figure 513-4. Unprotected 28 Port T3 TMUX and TMUX EXP Cards
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BOTH T3 TMUXS HAVE
TMUX EIMS INSTALLED
TWO UNPROTECTED T3 TMUX CARDS
1
2
SC
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
NMIC
T3 TMUX
MULTI 1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
T3 TMUX
MULTI 1
Critical
Maj/Min
Remote
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
CRI AUD NO
CRI AUD NC
CR I AUD COM
ACO
CRI VIS NO
CR I VIS NC
CR I VIS COM
TX
TX
RX
RX
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Active
Protect
Protect
Port
Port
Source
Sync
Craft
Access
Enable
Craft
Access
Enable
Shelf
Craft
EML
Craft
Reset
Reset
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
8
7
FRONT VIEW
6
MAJ AUD NO
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD COM
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS COM
MIN AUD NO
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
SHELF ALARM
RETURN
3
4
5
2
1
REAR VIEW
Figure 513-5. Two Unprotected 12 Port T3 TMUX Cards
ONE T3 TMUX EIM AT WORKING SLOT,
ONE PEIM AT THE PROTECTION SLOT
WITHOUT BRIDGING JUMPERS.
ONE PROTECTED T3 TMUX CARD PAIR
1
2
SC
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
NMIC
T3 TMUX
MULTI 1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
T3 TMUX
MULTI 1
Critical
Maj/Min
Remote
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
CRI AUD NO
CRI AUD NC
CR I AUD COM
ACO
CRI VIS NO
CR I VIS NC
CR I VIS COM
TX
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Active
Protect
Protect
Port
Port
Source
Sync
Craft
Access
Enable
MAJ AUD NO
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD COM
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS COM
MIN AUD NO
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
SHELF ALARM
RETURN
Craft
Access
Enable
Shelf
Craft
EML
Craft
Reset
Reset
1
2
RX
3
4
5
FRONT VIEW
6
7
8
9
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REAR VIEW
Figure 513-6. Protected 12 Port T3 TMUX Card
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HSKP
RETU IN 5
RN
HSKP
RETU IN 6
RN
HSKP
RETU IN 7
RN
HSKP
IN
RETU 8
RN
ACO
IN
RETU
RN
BITS
PR
BITS PR I TIP
I RNG
BITS
SE
BITS SE C TIP
DS1 TX C RNG
DS1 TX 1 TIP
1 RNG
DS1
DS1 TXTX2 TIP
2 RNG
WORKING NMIC
RJ45 X-TERM
PROTECT NMIC
RJ45 X-TERM
64 PIN CHAMP
(T1 MULTI 1 EIM)
BNC CONNECTORS
(T3 CRS EIM)
CABLES ROUTED UNDER CARD CAGE AND
UP THROUGH FLANGES, TERMINATING ON
THE CARDS.
SC TELNET
RJ45 PORT
10476-D
Figure 513-7. Routing and Cabling Rear Access Cables
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DLP-514
Page 1 of 3
CONNECT TIMING REFERENCE INPUTS TO, OR DERIVED T1 OUTPUTS
FROM, THE SC EIM
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to connect an external clock source, such
as a Building Integrated Timing Supply (BITS), to the BITS input pins on the Shelf Controller
Electrical Interface Module (SC EIM). The clock reference can be used to synchronize the cards
within a shelf, and shelves within a network. Also described is the derived T1 data signal outputs
from the SC EIM wire wrap terminals.
The SC cards control timing of the Cellworx STN shelf either via local external, internal, or line
sources through extraction of an 8 kHz clock signal from any AIC card. They also provide
derived T1 data outputs back to a local clock source for customer clock reference for distribution,
or monitoring capabilities.
Note: If BITS in is used, the T1 out cannot be utilized.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
1. Refer to site plans and determine if BITS inputs are to be utilized or a derived T1 data
signal is to be referenced from the Cellworx STN shelf. If so continue with step 2,
otherwise Stop! You have completed this procedure.
2. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to the wristband. Plug
the ground plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper left rear of the STN
shelf.
3. Route clock signal cables to the rear of the shelf. It is best to diversely route the cables to
the rack, down opposite sides of the rack, and to the lower right side of the backplane
(facing the rear), terminating at the SC EIM in slot 1. Diverse routing reduces the risk of
loosing both reference signals due to an accidental cable cut.
Caution: Use caution when routing wires and cables. Avoid severe bending and routing
over sharp edges. Use grommet material when possible to avoid wear on cable insulation.
4. Dress the cables in, leaving enough slack to reach the wire wrap pins on the SC EIM plus
approximately three inches extra for wire wrapping. Refer to Figure 514-1. Cable ties may
be used to attach the cables to the flanges on the tie bar located at the rear of the air intake
panel. Verify that enough strain relief and maintenance loop are provided. For front
mount applications, route the cable through the rack and to the uninstalled shelf. Do not
route them out the sides of the shelf, rather route them out the back of the shelf in such a
manner that the may be fed back through the rack as the cage is inserted.
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5. Prepare the wires for wire wrapping by stripping approximately one and a half inches of
the insulation off of the ends of the wires.
6. Test the continuity of the wires per DLP-523.
7. Using a wire wrap gun or hand tool, connect the wires to the SC EIM wire wrap posts per
site plans using Figure 514-2 as a reference. Pin out information is given in Table 514-1.
Note: A different ground potential may be present between the clock generating
equipment and the Cellworx STN node, therefore do not attach the cable shield at both
ends of the circuit as this may cause interference with the clock signal and may not allow
noise to drain off properly. It is recommended to attach only the clock source end of the
cable to reduce the amount of wiring at the EIM.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
Table 514-1. SC EIM BITS Inputs/Derived T1 Outputs
TIMING INPUT
BITS PRI Tip
BITS PRI Ring
Shield
BITS SEC Tip
BITS SEC Ring
Shield
T1 TX1 Tip
T1 TX1 Ring
Shield
TIMING OUTPUT
T1 TX2 Tip
T1 TX2 Ring
Shield
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J465 PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
J464 PIN
1
2
3
DESIGNATION
Primary BITS input Tip
Primary BITS Input Ring
Shield Grounding
Secondary BITS Input Tip
Secondary BITS Input Ring
Shield Grounding
Primary Derived T1 Output Tip
Primary Derived T1 Output Ring
Shield Grounding
DESIGNATION
Secondary Derived T1 Output Tip
Secondary Derived T1 Output Ring
Shield Grounding
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DLP-514
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WIRE WRAP CONNECTIONS
ON SC EIM IN SLOT 1
D COM
CR I AU
NC
CR I VIS
COM
CR I VIS
NO
MAJ AUD
NC
MAJ AUD
COM
MAJ AUD
MAJ VIS NO
NC
MAJ VIS
M
MAJ VIS CO
NO
MIN AUD
NC
MIN AUD
M
MIN AUD CO
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
M
CO
MIN VIS
ACO NO
ACO NC
M
ACO CO
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
NO
CRI AUD
NC
CRI AUD
CR I AUD COM
NO
CRI VIS
NC
CR I VIS
COM
CR I VIS
NO
MAJ AUD
NC
MAJ AUD
COM
MAJ AUD
MAJ VIS NO
NC
MAJ VIS
MAJ VIS COM
NO
MIN AUD
NC
MIN AUD
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
DS1 TX2
TIP
DS1 TX2
RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN
1
RETURN
HSKP IN
2
RETURN
HSKP IN
3
RETURN
HSKP IN
4
RETURN
HSKP IN
5
RETURN
HSKP IN
6
RETURN
HSKP IN
7
RETURN
HSKP IN
8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
SHELF ALM
NO
SHELF ALM
NC
SHELF ALM
COM
RETURN
HSKP IN
2
RETURN
HSKP IN
3
RETURN
HSKP IN
4
RETURN
HSKP IN
5
RETURN
HSKP IN
6
RETURN
HSKP IN
7
RETURN
HSKP IN
8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
WIRE WRAP CABLES DRESS
THROUGH FLANGES AND
ROUTE UNDER CARD CAGE
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX2 TIP
DS1 TX2 RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN 1
RETURN
HSKP IN 2
RETURN
RETURN
HSKP IN 4
RETURN
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
HSKP IN 7
RETURN
HSKP IN 8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
SHELF ALM NO
SHELF ALM NC
SHELF ALM COM
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX2 TIP
P9
10836-A
P1
10513-B
Figure 514-1. Wire Wrap Dressing at SC EIM
Figure 514-2. SC EIM BITS Inputs
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DLP-515
Page 1 of 2
CONNECT CUSTOMER TELNET SESSION LAN CABLE TO THE PROTECTION
SHELF CONTROLLER ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (SC TEIM)
Summary: This procedure covers the installation of a customer’s Telnet session LAN cable into
the SC TEIM Ethernet port. The connector wiring convention will also be covered in this DLP.
The Telnet connection allows a customer to remotely access the Cellworx STN equipment via a
10 Mbps Ethernet rate session (10BaseT) over a Local Area Network (LAN) using the operator
configured system IP address.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
1. Check site plans to verify whether the SC LAN option is needed. If so continue, if not,
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
2. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to the wristband. Plug the
ground plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper left rear of the STN shelf.
3. Connectorize the equipment end of the cable with an RJ45X connector. Refer to Figure 515-2
for pin out information.
4. Test the continuity of the wires per DLP-523.
5. Route the LAN cable to the back of the Cellworx STN shelf to slot position 18 (left most
slot facing the rear). Check local practices for cable type.
6. Dress the cable in as shown in Figure 515-1, leaving enough slack to reach the Ethernet port
on the EIM shown. Cable ties may be used to attach the cables to the flanges on the tie bar
located at the rear of the shelf in the air intake panel. Ensure that enough strain relief and
maintenance loop are provided. For front mount applications, route the cable through the
rack and to the uninstalled shelf. Do not route them out the sides of the shelf rather route
them out the back of the shelf in such a manner that they may be fed back through the rack
as the cage is inserted.
7. Connect the cable to the EIM Ethernet port.
8. Refer to the Cellworx STN GUI User’s Manual listed in the preface of this document for
user interface procedures regarding setting the IP address on the NMIC for this function.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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DLP-515
Page 2 of 2
10BASE-T RJ45
TELNET PORT
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
CRI AUD NO
CRI AUD NC
CR I AUD COM
CRI VIS NO
CR I VIS NC
CR I VIS COM
89A
89A
456
3
456
89A
7
012
F
3
456
012
F
7
E
89A
CD
B
3
89A
7
7
456
7
3
CD
B
E
456
89A
7
012
F
456
3
F012
E
89A
7
3
CD
B
E
CD
012
F
CD
F012
E
B
B
MAJ AUD NO
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD COM
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS COM
MIN AUD NO
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
CD
B
E
F012
E
B
CD
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
456
3
89A
7
CD
F012
E
B
456
3
PROTECT SC EIM
IN SLOT 18
WORKING SC EIM
IN SLOT 1
10747-A
Figure 515-1. Routing and Dressing EIM Ethernet Cable
PIN
1
8
RJ45 JACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FUNCTION
TRANSMIT +
TRANSMIT
RECEIVE +
NOT USED
NOT USED
RECEIVE
NOT USED
NOT USED
10529-A
Figure 515-2. RJ45X Ethernet Port Pin Out Information
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DLP-516
Page 1 of 3
CONNECT CUSTOMER HOUSEKEEPING INPUT ALARMS TO THE SHELF CONTROLLER
ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (SC EIM)
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for connecting external housekeeping alarm
inputs from customer equipment to the wire-wrap connectors on the SC EIM. The Cellworx STN
system allows up to eight customer equipment alarms to be connected to the shelf housekeeping
inputs and be monitored by the network manager.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Housekeeping Inputs
1. Check site plans to verify whether the housekeeping alarm inputs are to be utilized. If so
continue with step 2, otherwise, Stop! You have completed this procedure.
2. Route the housekeeping alarm cables to the Cellworx STN shelf and to the lower right side
of the backplane (facing the rear), terminating at the SC EIM in slot 1. Check local practices
for cable type, ADC recommends 24 AWG solid conductor wire for wire wrapping.
3. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground plug
into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
4. Dress the cables leaving enough slack to reach the wire wrap pins on the EIM plus
approximately three inches extra for wire wrapping. Cable ties may be used to attach the
cables to the flanges along the bottom of the shelf as shown in Figure 516-1. Verify that
enough strain relief and maintenance loop are provided. For front mount applications, route
the cable through the rack and to the uninstalled shelf. Do not route them out the sides of the
shelf, rather route them out the back of the shelf in such a manner that the may be fed back
through the rack as the cage is inserted.
5. Prepare the wires for wire wrapping by stripping approximately one and a half inches of the
insulation off of the ends.
6. Test the continuity of the wires per DLP-523.
7. Using a wire wrap gun or hand tool, connect the wires to the SC EIM wire wrap posts per
site plans using Figure 516-2 as a reference. Refer to Table 516-1 for the SC EIM
Housekeeping pin out information.
8. Once completed, record the 8 housekeeping alarm types on the label located inside the front
door panel. Refer to DLP-501 for information on accessing the label.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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DLP-516
Page 2 of 3
WIRE WRAP CONNECTIONS
ON SC EIM IN SLOT 1
CR I AU
NO
CRI AUD
NC
CRI AUD
CR I AUD COM
NO
CRI VIS
NC
CR I VIS
COM
CR I VIS
NO
MAJ AUD
NC
AUD
MAJ
COM
MAJ AUD
MAJ VIS NO
NC
MAJ VIS
MAJ VIS COM
NO
MIN AUD
NC
MIN AUD
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
NO
ACO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
D COM
NC
CR I VIS
COM
CR I VIS
NO
MAJ AUD
NC
MAJ AUD
COM
MAJ AUD
MAJ VIS NO
NC
MAJ VIS
M
MAJ VIS CO
NO
MIN AUD
NC
D
AU
MIN
M
MIN AUD CO
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
M
MIN VIS CO
ACO NO
ACO NC
M
ACO CO
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX2
TIP
DS1 TX2
RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN
1
RETURN
HSKP IN
2
RETURN
HSKP IN
3
RETURN
HSKP IN
4
RETURN
HSKP IN
5
RETURN
HSKP IN
6
RETURN
HSKP IN
7
RETURN
HSKP IN
8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
SHELF ALM
NO
SHELF ALM
NC
SHELF ALM
COM
RETURN
HSKP IN
2
RETURN
HSKP IN
3
RETURN
HSKP IN
4
RETURN
HSKP IN
5
RETURN
HSKP IN
6
RETURN
HSKP IN
7
RETURN
HSKP IN
8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
WIRE WRAP CABLES DRESS
THROUGH FLANGES AND
ROUTE UNDER CARD CAGE
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN 1
RETURN
HSKP IN 2
RETURN
RETURN
HSKP IN 4
RETURN
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
HSKP IN 7
RETURN
HSKP IN 8
RETURN
DS1 TX2 TIP
DS1 TX2 RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN 1
RETURN
HSKP IN 2
RETURN
RETURN
HSKP IN 4
RETURN
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
HSKP IN 7
RETURN
HSKP IN 8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
SHELF ALM NO
SHELF ALM NC
SHELF ALM COM
;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
;;;
P9
P1
10836-A
10525-B
Figure 516-1. Routing and Dressing SC EIM
Wire Wrap Cables
Figure 516-2. Housekeeping Alarm Terminations
on the SC EIM
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DLP-516
Page 3 of 3
Table 516-1. Housekeeping Alarm Pin Definitions
HSKP INPUT
J464 PIN NUMBER
HSKP In 1
4
Housekeeping input number 1
Return
5
return from contact closure circuit
HSKP In 2
6
Housekeeping input number 2
Return
7
return from contact closure circuit
HSKP In 3
8
Housekeeping input number 3
Return
9
return from contact closure circuit
HSKP In 4
10
Housekeeping input number 4
Return
11
return from contact closure circuit
HSKP In 5
12
Housekeeping input number 5
Return
13
return from contact closure circuit
HSKP In 6
14
Housekeeping input number 6
Return
15
return from contact closure circuit
HSKP In 7
16
Housekeeping input number 7
Return
17
return from contact closure circuit
HSKP In 8
18
Housekeeping input number 8
Return
19
return from contact closure circuit
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DEFINITION
ADCP-70-216 • Issue 1 • March 2000 • Section 2: Installation
DLP-517
Page 1 of 3
CONNECT REMOTE ALARM CUT OFF (ACO) TO THE SHELF CONTROLLER ELECTRICAL
INTERFACE MODULE (SC EIM)
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for connecting a remote ACO input from
customer equipment to the ACO wire wrap connectors on the SC EIM. The ACO allows an
operator to silence audible alarms at the site via contact ground closure. Any subsequent alarms
that are generated by the system or its components will override the ACO and the audible alarm
will resound.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Alarm Cut Off (ACO) Inputs
1. Check site plans to verify whether the ACO input is to be utilized. If so continue, if not,
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
2. Route the ACO input cable to the Cellworx STN shelf and to the lower right side of the
backplane (facing the rear), to terminate at the SC EIM in slot 1. Check local practices for
cable type, ADC recommends two conductor cable, 24 AWG, solid wire for wire wrapping.
3. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground plug
into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
4. Dress the cable leaving enough slack to reach the wire wrap pins on the EIM plus
approximately three inches extra for wire wrapping. Cable ties may be used to attach the
cables to the flanges along the bottom of the shelf as shown in Figure 517-1. Verify that
enough strain relief and maintenance loop are provided. For front mount applications, route
the cable through the rack and to the uninstalled shelf. Do not route them out the sides of the
shelf, rather route them out the back of the shelf in such a manner that they may be fed back
through the rack as the cage is inserted.
5. Prepare the wires for wire wrapping by stripping approximately one and a half inches of the
insulation off of the ends of the wires.
6. Test the continuity of the wires per DLP-523.
7. Using a wire wrap gun or hand tool, connect the wires to the SC EIM wire wrap posts per
site plans using Figure 517-2 as a reference. The pin out definitions for the remote ACO are
defined in Table 517-1.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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WIRE WRAP CONNECTIONS
ON SC EIM IN SLOT 1
D COM
CR I AU
NC
CR I VIS
COM
CR I VIS
NO
D
AU
J
MA
NC
MAJ AUD
COM
MAJ AUD
MAJ VIS NO
NC
MAJ VIS
M
MAJ VIS CO
NO
D
AU
MIN
NC
D
AU
MIN
M
MIN AUD CO
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
M
MIN VIS CO
ACO NO
NC
ACO
M
ACO CO
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
NO
CRI AUD
NC
CRI AUD
CR I AUD COM
NO
CRI VIS
NC
VIS
I
CR
COM
CR I VIS
NO
MAJ AUD
NC
MAJ AUD
COM
MAJ AUD
MAJ VIS NO
NC
MAJ VIS
MAJ VIS COM
NO
MIN AUD
NC
MIN AUD
MIN AUD COM
NO
MIN VIS
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
DS1 TX2
TIP
DS1 TX2
RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN
1
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
2
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
3
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
4
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
5
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
6
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
7
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
8
RETUR
N
ACO IN
RETUR
N
SHELF ALM
NO
SHELF ALM
SHELF ALM NC
COM
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
2
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
3
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
4
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
5
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
6
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
7
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
8
RETUR
N
ACO IN
RETUR
N
WIRE WRAP CABLES DRESS
THROUGH FLANGES AND
ROUTE UNDER CARD CAGE
10836-A
Figure 517-1. Routing and Dressing SC Wire Wrap Cables
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BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
J7
O
Remote N
M
ACO CO
ACO NC
ACO NO
OM
C
s
i
V
n
i
M
Remotwe
COM
C
Remote N
NO
Remote
ACO COM
ACO NC
ACO NO
OM
MIN VIS C
C
MIN VIS N
O
MIN VIS N
OM
MIN AUD C
NC
MIN AUD
NO
MIN AUD
OM
MAJ VIS C
NC
MAJ VIS
O
N
IS
V
J
A
M
COM
MAJ AUD
NC
MAJ AUD
O
N
D
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A
J
MA
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CR I VIS C
NC
CR I VIS
O
N
IS
V
I
CR
OM
CR I AUD C
NC
CRI AUD
O
N
D
U
A
CRI
DS1 TX
2T
DS1 TX IP
2 RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN
1
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
2
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
3
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
4
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
5
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
6
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
7
RETUR
N
HSKP IN
8
RETUR
N
ACO IN
RETUR
N
SHELF A
LM N
SHELF A O
LM NC
SHELF A
LM COM
J465
J464
11146-B
Figure 517-2. SC EIM ACO Input Pin Locations
Table 517-1. ACO Pin Identification
RMT ACO INPUT
J464 PIN NUMBER DESCRIPTION
ACO COM
4
ACO Return (Common)
ACO NC
5
Remotely activate an ACO (causes ACO Active alarm)
using a “Normally Closed” trigger.
ACO N0
6
Remotely activate an ACO (causes ACO Active alarm)
using a “Normally Open” trigger.
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CONNECT SHELF OUTPUT ALARMS FROM SC EIM
TO CUSTOMER ALARM MONITORING PANEL
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for connecting the Critical, Major, and Minor alarm
contacts (both visual and audible) from the Cellworx STN Node to the corresponding alarm
connections on the Customer supplied alarm monitoring panel. The Cellworx STN system allows up
to nine output alarm connections, defined in this procedure, from the SC EIM at the rear of the shelf.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Alarm Outputs
1. Check site plans to verify whether the system alarms are going to be monitored externally
by a customer alarm panel or similar device. If so continue, if not, Stop! You have
completed this procedure.
2. Route the alarm cables to the Cellworx STN shelf. Route the cables to the lower right side
of the backplane (facing the rear), terminating at the SC EIM in slot 1. Check local practices
for cable type. ADC recommends 24 AWG solid conductor wire for wire wrapping.
3. Has the fuse and alarm panel been installed?
If YES, route and terminate the alarm wires to the alarm pins on the Fuse and Alarm Panel.
(Reference vendor manual).
If NO, coil and leave sufficient wire length to reach the alarm pins on the Fuse and Alarm
Panel. Label then secure the wires to the equipment rack.
4. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to the wristband. Plug the
ground plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
5. Dress in the cables along the back of the shelf leaving enough slack to reach the wire wrap
pins on the SC EIM plus approximately three inches extra for wire wrapping. Verify that
enough strain relief and maintenance loop are provided. Cable ties may be used to secure
the cables to the tie bar located on the inside of the lower air intake tray. Refer to Figure
518-1 for dressing SC EIM wire wrap cables. For front mount applications, route the cable
through the rack and to the uninstalled shelf. Do not route them out the sides of the shelf,
rather route them out the back of the shelf in such a manner that the may be fed back
through the rack as the cage is inserted.
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6. Prepare the wires for wire wrapping by stripping approximately one and a half inches of the
insulation off of the ends of the wires.
7. Test the continuity of the wires per DLP-523.
8. Using a wire wrap gun or hand tool, connect the wires to the SC EIM wire wrap posts per site
plans using Figure 518-2 as a reference. Refer to Table 518-1 for alarm pin out identification.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
WIRE WRAP CONNECTIONS
ON SC EIM IN SLOT 1
D COM
CR I AU
NC
CR I VIS
COM
CR I VIS
NO
MAJ AUD
NC
MAJ AUD
COM
MAJ AUD
MAJ VIS NO
NC
MAJ VIS
M
MAJ VIS CO
NO
MIN AUD
NC
MIN AUD
M
MIN AUD CO
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
M
CO
VIS
MIN
ACO NO
ACO NC
M
ACO CO
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
NO
CRI AUD
NC
CRI AUD
CR I AUD COM
NO
CRI VIS
NC
CR I VIS
COM
CR I VIS
NO
MAJ AUD
NC
MAJ AUD
COM
MAJ AUD
MAJ VIS NO
NC
MAJ VIS
MAJ VIS COM
NO
MIN AUD
NC
MIN AUD
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
DS1 TX2
TIP
DS1 TX2
RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN
1
RETURN
HSKP IN
2
RETURN
HSKP IN
3
RETURN
HSKP IN
4
RETURN
HSKP IN
5
RETURN
HSKP IN
6
RETURN
HSKP IN
7
RETURN
HSKP IN
8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
SHELF ALM
NO
SHELF ALM
NC
SHELF ALM
COM
RETURN
HSKP IN
2
RETURN
HSKP IN
3
RETURN
HSKP IN
4
RETURN
HSKP IN
5
RETURN
HSKP IN
6
RETURN
HSKP IN
7
RETURN
HSKP IN
8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
WIRE WRAP CABLES DRESS
THROUGH FLANGES AND
ROUTE UNDER CARD CAGE
10836-A
Figure 518-1. Routing and Dressing EIM Cables (Example)
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FRONT VIEW OF ALARM WIRE WRAP
PINS ON DAUGHTER BOARD
SIDE VIEW OF SC EIM BOARD LAYOUT
Remote COM
Remote NC
Remote NO
ACO COM
ACO NC
ACO NO
MIN VIS COM
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS NO
MIN AUD COM
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD NO
MAJ VIS COM
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ AUD COM
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD NO
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
SHIELD
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
SHIELD
DS1 TX2 TIP
DS1 TX2 RNG
SHIELD
HSKP IN 1
RETURN
HSKP IN 2
RETURN
RETURN
HSKP IN 4
RETURN
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
HSKP IN 7
RETURN
HSKP IN 8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
SHELF ALM NO
SHELF ALM NC
SHELF ALM COM
CR I VIS COM
CRI VIS NC
CRI VIS NO
CR I AUD COM
CRI AUD NC
CRI AUD NO
P9
P1
10511-C
Figure 518-2. Alarm Output Wire Wrap Terminations on the SC EIM
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Table 518-1. Alarm Output Connections
ALARM ID
J464
DESCRIPTION
SHELF ALM COM
22
Fused Common pin for Summary Alarm of all Housekeeping
inputs.
SHELF ALM NC
23
Normally closed circuit for summary alarm of all Housekeeping
inputs.
SHELF ALM NO
24
Normally Open circuit for summary alarm of all Housekeeping
inputs.
ALARM ID
J7 PIN NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
REMOTE COM
1
Fused Common pin for Remote alarm indication.
REMOTE NC
2
Remote alarm output for a normally closed circuit
(indicates an alarm has been detected from a remote source.)
REMOTE NO
3
Remote alarm output for a normally open circuit
(indicates an alarm has been detected from a remote source.)
ACO COM
4
Fused Common pin for ACO activated indication .
ACO NC
5
Normally closed circuit for generating an ACO activated
indication.
ACO NO
6
Normally open circuit for generating an ACO activated
indication.
MIN VIS COM
7
Fused Common pin for Minor alarm visual indicator.
MIN VIS NC
8
Visual minor alarm output for a normally closed circuit.
MIN VIS NO
9
Visual minor alarm output for a normally open circuit.
MIN AUD COM
10
Fused Common pin for Minor alarm audible indicator.
MIN AUD NC
11
Audible minor alarm output for a normally closed circuit.
MIN AUD NO
12
Audible minor alarm output for a normally open circuit.
MAJ VIS COM
13
Fused Common pin for Major alarm visual indicator.
MAJ VIS NC
14
Visual major alarm output for a normally closed circuit.
MAJ VIS NO
15
Visual major alarm output for a normally open circuit.
MAJ AUD COM
16
Fused Common pin for Major alarm audible indicator.
MAJ AUD NC
17
Audible major alarm output for a normally closed circuit.
MAJ AUD NO
18
Audible major alarm output for a normally open circuit.
CRI VIS COM
19
Fused Common pin for Critical alarm visual indicator.
CRI VIS NC
20
Visual critical alarm output for a normally closed circuit.
CRI VIS NO
21
Visual critical alarm output for a normally open circuit.
CRI AUD COM
22
Fused Common pin for Critical alarm audible indicator.
CRI AUD NC
23
Audible critical alarm output for a normally closed circuit.
CRI AUD NO
24
Audible critical alarm output for a normally open circuit.
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CONNECT EXTERNAL NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NMS) OR
X-TERMINAL TO THE NMIC SNMP/GUI INTERFACE ON THE ELECTRICAL
INTERFACE MODULE (NMIC EIM)
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for connecting an external Network
Management System (NMS) or X-Terminal to the NMIC NMS input. The cable from customer
monitoring equipment (X-Term, etc.) must be equipped with an RJ45X LAN connector. The
function of the NMS Input is to provide the System Administrator with capabilities of monitoring
system and network alarms, provisioning virtual path/channel connections, and performing
maintenance and provisioning functions through the NMIC. Two NMICs provide redundant
SNMP interfaces through the working and one protect NMIC EIMs. Each NMIC will have a
unique IP address and a shared broadcast address and require individual cable connections.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
NMS Input
1. Equip the cable(s) with an RJ45X male connector and verify the connector wiring per
Figure 519-1.
2. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground plug
into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
3. Route the cable(s) to the Cellworx STN shelf. The cable(s) will be installed on the lower
right side of the backplane when facing the rear, one terminating at the working NMIC EIM
in slot 2, and the other at the protection NMIC EIM in slot 4. The NMIC EIM is shown in
Figure 519-2. If the NMIC EIMs are not installed, first perform DLP-509, then return to this
procedure. For front mount applications, route the cable through the rack and to the
uninstalled shelf. Do not route them out the sides of the shelf, rather route them out the back
of the shelf in such a manner that the may be fed back through the rack as the cage is
inserted.
4. Test the continuity of the wires per DLP-523.
5. Dress in the cable(s) leaving enough slack to reach the LAN jack on the EIM. Cable ties
may be used to attach the cable(s) to the flanges on the tie bar along the bottom of the shelf.
Verify that enough strain relief and maintenance loop are provided.
6. Seat the RJ45X connector into the NMIC EIM RJ45X jack identified in Figure 519-3.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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PIN
1
8
RJ45 JACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FUNCTION
TRANSMIT +
TRANSMIT
RECEIVE +
NOT USED
NOT USED
RECEIVE
NOT USED
NOT USED
10529-A
Figure 519-1. NMIC EIM RJ45 Jack Pin Out
JA7
P1
P2
A
GND
B
GND
E11
DCE
J2
DTE
J4
J3
J5
U2
J6
RJ45 ETHERNET
CONNECTION
J7
9 PIN D-SUB EXTERNAL
EQUIPMENT PORT
J1
10490-B
Figure 519-2. NMS LAN Cable Input at the NMIC EIM
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WORKING NMIC EIM
IN SLOT 2.
SHELF TYPE
MSB
LSB
SHELF ADDRESS
MSB
LSB
JA7
CRI AUD NO
CRI AUD NC
CR I AUD COM
CRI VIS NO
CR I VIS NC
CR I VIS COM
U2
-48 VDC
Return
-48 VDC
Return
J2
}A
}B
Sig Gnd
Frm Gnd
RJ45 PORT FOR
SNMP/GUI
MAJ AUD NO
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD COM
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS COM
MIN AUD NO
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
J6
SHELF AlLARM
RETURN
HSKP IN 1
RETURN
HSKP IN 2
RETURN
HSKP IN 3
RETURN
HSKP IN 4
RETURN
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
HSKP IN 7
RETURN
HSKP IN 8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
DS1 TX2 TIP
DS1 TX2 RNG
RMT COM
J6
SHELF AlLARM
RETURN
J2
HSKP IN 1
RETURN
HSKP IN 2
RETURN
HSKP IN 3
RETURN
HSKP IN 4
RETURN
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
RET
URN
10569-B
J1
Figure 519-3. Connecting to NMIC EIM RJ45 SNMP/GUI Port
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CONNECT EXTERNAL SERIAL DEVICE TO THE NMIC
ELECTRICAL INTERFACE MODULE (NMIC EIM)
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for connecting an external serial device, such as
a Modem, remote terminal, etc., to the NMIC EIM. The cable from customer equipment is
required to have an EIA-232 DB9 connector installed. The function of the external serial input is
to provide the customer with capabilities of monitoring system and network alarms via a local
terminal, or through a Modem to a remote terminal. Two NMICs provide redundant SNMP
interfaces through the working and one protect NMIC EIMs. Each NMIC will have a unique IP
address and a shared broadcast address and require individual cable connections.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
1. Check site plans to verify whether an external device is required. If so continue, if not,
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
2. Equip the external serial equipment cable(s) with an EIA-232 male DB-9 connector and
verify the connector wiring per Figure 520-1.
3. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground plug
into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper left rear of the STN shelf.
4. Route the cable(s) to the Cellworx STN shelf. The cable(s) will be installed at the right side
of the backplane (facing the rear), one terminating at the working NMIC EIM in slot 2, the
other at the protect NMIC EIM in slot 4. If the NMIC EIM is not installed, you must
perform DLP-509 first, then return to this procedure. The NMIC EIM is identified in Figure
520-2. For front mount applications, route the cable through the rack and to the uninstalled
shelf. Do not route them out the sides of the shelf, rather route them out the back of the shelf
in such a manner that the may be fed back through the rack as the cage is inserted.
5. Test the continuity of the wires per DLP-523.
6. Dress the cable(s) leaving enough slack to reach the DB-9 connector on the EIM. Refer to
Figure 520-3. Cable ties may be used to attach the cables to the tie bar that runs across the
bottom of the shelf. Ensure that enough strain relief and maintenance loop are provided.
7. Seat the male DB-9 connector into the NMIC EIM External Equipment female connector.
8. Determine if the connection is wired for DCE or DTE and set the header pin jumpers on the
appropriate set of pins on the card. Refer to Figure 520-3.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
PIN #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
FUNCTION
STANDARD USAGE
INPUT
INPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
REFERENCE
INPUT
OUTPUT
INPUT
OUTPUT
DATA CARRIER DETECT
RECIEVE DATA
TRANSMIT DATA
DATA TERMINAL READY
SHELF GROUND
DATA SET READY
REQUEST TO SEND
CLEAR TO SEND
RING INDICATOR
Figure 520-1. External Equipment Cable Connector Pin Out at the NMIC EIM
JA7
P1
P2
A
GND
B
GND
E11
DCE
J2
DTE
J4
DCE
J2
DTE
J4
J3
J3
J5
J5
U2
J6
RJ45 ETHERNET
CONNECTION
J7
9 PIN D-SUB EXTERNAL
EQUIPMENT PORT
J1
Figure 520-3. External Equipment Port Location on the NMIC EIM (shown configured as DCE)
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WORKING NMIC EIM
IN SLOT 2.
SHELF TYPE
MSB
LSB
SHELF ADDRESS
MSB
LSB
JA7
CRI AUD NO
CRI AUD NC
CR I AUD COM
CRI VIS NO
CR I VIS NC
CR I VIS COM
MAJ AUD NO
MAJ AUD NC
MAJ AUD COM
U2
MAJ VIS NO
MAJ VIS NC
MAJ VIS COM
MIN AUD NO
MIN AUD NC
MIN AUD COM
MIN VIS NO
MIN VIS NC
MIN VIS COM
ACO NO
ACO NC
ACO COM
RMT NO
RMT NC
RMT COM
J6
SHELF AlLARM
RETURN
HSKP IN 1
RETURN
HSKP IN 2
RETURN
HSKP IN 3
RETURN
HSKP IN 4
RETURN
-48 VDC
Return
-48 VDC
Return
J2
}A
}B
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
HSKP IN 7
RETURN
HSKP IN 8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
Sig Gnd
Frm Gnd
J2
RETURN
HSKP IN 5
RETURN
HSKP IN 6
RETURN
HSKP IN 7
RETURN
HSKP IN 8
RETURN
ACO IN
RETURN
BITS PRI TIP
BITS PRI RNG
BITS SEC TIP
BITS SEC RNG
DS1 TX1 TIP
DS1 TX1 RNG
DS1 TX2 TIP
DS1 TX2 RNG
J1
10551-B
Figure 520-2. Dressing External Equipment Cable on the NMIC EIM
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ROUTE FIBER CABLES TO ANY SLOTS REQUIRING OPTICAL INTERFACES
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to route the optical fiber cables to the
respective slots in the Cellworx STN shelf that house any optical cards.
Danger: Do not look into the ends of optical fibers. Exposure to invisible LASER
radiation may cause serious retinal damage or even blindness. Verify the optical source
is disabled through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers.
Caution: Allow sufficient fiber length to permit routing without severe bends. Fibers may
be permanently damaged, or signal degradation may be experienced if fibers are bent or
curved to a radius of less than 1 inch (2.54 cm).
Caution: Use caution when routing wires and cables. Avoid severe bending and routing
over sharp edges. Use grommet material when possible to avoid wear on cable insulation.
Caution: Use of controls, adjustment, and procedures other than those specified herein,
may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.
1. Check site plans to determine the fiber connection required. The optical cards have modular
adapters that can be changed to meet customer applications for either FC, SC, or ST type
connectors. These adapters must be ordered separately if changes are required. Refer to
Figure 521-1 to identify fiber connector types.
2. Tag and identify the optical fibers from the source (fiber distribution panel, etc.) before
routing them to the Cellworx STN shelf (ex. 155/622/2488, Clockwise/Counterclockwise,
Slot number, In/Out, rack no., etc.)
3. Route the fiber cables to the Cellworx STN rack and to either upper side of the fiber
management tray. For management purposes, route the receive fibers across one direction and
the transmit fibers across the other direction. Refer to the example shown in Figure 521-2.
4. Using the fiber routing flanges, dress the fibers to the respective card slots per work order.
Keep in mind the direction of traffic flow for the fibers. The slots designated for RIC
interfaces or expansion shelf optical interfaces are slots 16 and 17. Slot 16 optical TX port
will connect to the next node slot 16 RX port, continuing around the ring until all slot 16
cards are connected. Slot 17 TX port will connect to the next node slot 17 RX port until all
slot 17 cards are fibered together around the ring. Refer to Figure 521-3 for fibering
convention.
5. Leave enough slack in the fibers to enable them to dangle about six inches down the front of
the shelf as shown in Figure 521-4. Dress excess fiber per local practices. Lay the fibers on
the fiber management tray so they will not interfere with card installation.
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6. Route the remaining fibers to the respective slots equipped with optical card per work order.
Keep in mind the slot numbers, matching them with the tagged fibers.
7. Leave enough slack in the fibers to enable them to dangle about six inches down the front of
the shelf as shown in Figure 521-2. Dress excess fiber per local practices. Lay the fibers on
the fiber management tray so they will not interfere with card installation.
8. Dress the fiber cables in along the rack using panduct or similar routing devices per customer
applications.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
SC
ST
FC
10518-A
Figure 521-1. Optical Connector Identification
FIBERS FROM SLOT 13 ARE ROUTED
THROUGH THE UPPER ROUTING
FLANGES AT SLOT 14.
FIBERS DESTINED FOR SLOT 13
DROP THROUGH THE UPPER
ROUTING FLANGES AT SLOT 12.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RECIEVE FIBERS FROM ONE DIRECTION.
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
TRANSMIT FIBERS IN ONE DIRECTION
10716-B
Figure 521-2. Routing Fiber Across the 23-Inch Fiber Management Panel
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NODE 1
SLOT 17
TX
RX
SLOT 16
RX
NODE 4
TX
RX
TX
RX
TX
SLOT 17
SLOT 16
SLOT 16
SLOT 17
TX
RX
TX
RX
NODE 2
SLOT 16
TX
RX
SLOT 17
RX
TX
NODE 3
Figure 521-3. Ring Fibering Convention on a 23-Inch Shelf
FIBER
ROUTING
FLANGES
10721-B
Figure 521-4. Fiber Routing
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CONNECT FIBERS TO OPTICAL CARDS
Summary: This procedure describes the processes required to properly connect the inbound and
outbound fiber optic cables to the correct ports on the optical cards. The optical connector
configurations may vary from SC, ST, or FC fiber connectors, dependent upon the type of
equipment ordered. Optical cards include the 2488 RIC, 622 RIC, 155 RIC, and the 155 CRS SM
and MM cards. Note that on the 155 CRS cards, there are two ports that may be utilized. If
ordered, fiber connector adapters may be changed out on the 622 RIC and 155 CRS SM cards.
The 155 CRS MM card does not have a modular adapter.
Danger: Do not look into the ends of optical fibers. Exposure to invisible LASER
radiation may cause serious retinal damage or even blindness. Verify the optical source
is disabled through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers.
Caution: Use caution when routing wires and cables. Avoid severe bending and routing
over sharp edges. Use grommet material when possible to avoid wear on cable insulation.
Caution: Allow sufficient fiber length to permit routing without severe bends. Fibers may
be permanently damaged, or signal degradation may be experienced if fibers are bent or
curved to a radius of less than 1.5 inches (3.81 cm).
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in physical or severe electrical damage to the backplane pins or module
connectors, and if power is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the
modules or the backplane
1. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to the wristband. Plug the
ground plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
2. Verify the fibers are routed to the shelf positions that require optical cards. If the fibers are
not routed to the shelf, go to DLP-521 for detailed instructions on routing fiber optic cables,
otherwise continue.
3. Note the labels on the ends of the fibers identifying direction and destination of the fibers. If
the fibers are not labeled, verify the direction of transmission and destination to the fiber
patch panel, interfacing equipment, or other applications per local practices. It is
recommended to use an Optical Power Meter to verify the “HOT” inbound fiber.
Note: Do not look into the ends of any fiber optic cables.
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4. If the cards are fully seated into the Cellworx STN backplane, disengage them by pulling
back the ejector ears on the upper and lower ends of the card faceplate. See Figure 522-1.
Back the card partially out just enough to expose the fiber connections as shown in Figure
522-2. Be careful not to pull the card out too far allowing it to dislodge from the shelf and
hit the floor.
5. Clean the fiber connectors per DLP-533.
6. Connect the fibers to the optical connectors using Figure 522-2 as reference for 622 and
2488 RIC cards, and Figure 522-3 for 155 CRS cards, noting the inbound and outbound
directions of the fibers.
7. Once the fibers are connected, route them up through the fiber clip equipped at the top of
the faceplate as shown in Figure 522-2 or 522-3. The fiber clip is identified in Figure 522-4.
8. Seat the card into the backplane by sliding it into the card cage until the ejector ears catch
the shelf trough. Make sure the fibers do not get caught or pinched in-between the card and
the cage when sliding the card into the slot. Fully seat the card by pressing the ejector ears
towards the faceplate until they lock into place. Do not force the cards into the backplane. If
excessive resistance is felt, remove the card and check for proper alignment in card guides
or obstructions. Once the module is properly seated in the slot, a final push may be
necessary to give it a good seat.
9. If power is applied, the card will boot. Once completed booting, the Port LED should turn
green indicating it is receiving a good input signal. If the LED remains red, it indicates a
Loss of Signal is present. In this case, go back to step 3 and recheck the input and output
connections of the fibers. If they are correct, check the far end source. Determine and fix the
problem before continuing. If an optical power meter indicates a signal is present on the
fiber, and meets the input signal specification of 8 to 23 dBm, clean the module fiber
connector to ensure there is no debris on the fiber itself. If the card still fails to acknowledge
the input signal, it may be defective. Verify the inbound fiber using another optical card.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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622 RING SLOT 16 AND 17
622
Ring
Shelf r
age
Man
2
62
Ring
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Source
APS
APS
Sync
Timing
Timing
Port
Port
1
Craft
Access
Enable
1
Shelf
Craft
Reset
16
17
18
10544-B
Figure 522-1. Disengaging the Optical Module
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RX (INPUT)
TX (OUTPUT)
SC
622
Ring
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Active
Active
Source
Sync
APS
Timing
Craft
Access
Enable
Port
1
Shelf
Craft
Reset
13
14
17
18
10521-B
Figure 522-2. Fiber Connections on a Cellworx 622 RIC Card (2488 RIC also)
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PORT 1
RX / TX
PORT 2
RX / TX
155 SM
CRS
TX
RX
TX
RX
Status
Active
APS
Timing
Port
1
2
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
10522-B
Figure 522-3. Fiber Connectors on a 155 CRS Card
FIBER CLIP ON FACEPLATE
622
Ring
10566-B
Figure 522-4. Faceplate Fiber Clip on Optical Card
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TEST CONTINUITY
Summary: This procedure provides instructions for testing continuity between installed cable pairs.
1. Locate the wire terminations at both ends of the cable pair to be tested.
2. Connect an ohmmeter or equivalent test equipment across a pair of wires, (this could be Tip
and Ring pairs, or single conductor to shield, etc.)
3. Verify that a short does not exist between the cable pairs. If a short is present, repair or
replace as specified by local practice.
4. Connect a jumper wire between the tip and ring wires at one end of the cable pair as shown
in Figure 523-1.
5. Verify that continuity exists between the cable pairs. If continuity does not exist, check for
an incorrect connection or an open wire and repair or replace as specified per local practice.
6. Repeat this procedure for each cable pair.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
OHMMETER OR EQUIVALENT
CABLE
JUMPER
TERMINAL BLOCKS
1945-A
Figure 523-1. Continuity Test
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EXPANDING A PROTECTION GROUP
Summary: This procedure details the steps required to expand an existing protection group. This
procedure is not valid for management cards (SC, NMIC), ring interfaces (2488, 622, and 155
RICs), shelf expansion interfaces (155 CRS, or T3 CRS). Optical cards are 1+1 protected and do
not require EIMs. Prerequisites of the protection group expansion are:
x
Group must not currently be equipped with the maximum ratio of working to protect
cards as shown in Table 524-1.
x
All working cards must be either in service in normal operation (unalarmed), or be
provisioned and out of service (protection not carrying traffic.)
x
Cards must be of T3 or T1/E1 service type.
x
Rear panel has already been removed.
x
Cables are pre routed to the additional slot.
Table 524-1. AIC Working to Protect Ratios
CARD TYPE
SCHEME
SUPPORTED
TRAFFIC TYPE
COMMENTS
T3-CRS
1:N
N = 13
45 Mbps cell relay service
Within a single group.
T1 or E1
MULTI-1
1:N
N = 1-8
1.544 Mbps cell relay or
circuit emulation services.
Within a single group.
T3 TMUX
1:1
DS1s carried over a single
DS3
Can only install alike
setup in adjacent slots.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
1. Verify that the protection card is not currently active by observing the Status LED on the
card faceplate or via the craft interface per Cellworx Users manual ADCP-70-202.
2. Perform an “Admin Lock” via the craft access screen either via VT100 or Telnet session.
Refer to the Cellworx STN User Manual listed in the preface of this document.
3. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground
plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper left rear of the STN shelf.
4. Eject the Protection EIM (PEIM) from the rear of the shelf by lifting the upper and lower
ejector ears as shown in the example in Figure 524-1.
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5. Move the Bus Terminating EIM to the left, to the last slot of the protection group and re
install. Seat the card fully into the backplane connector by aligning it with the card tracks,
sliding it in until the connectors seat into the backplane, and pressing on the ejector ears until
they fully rest against the EIM. Do not use excessive force. If resistance is felt, remove the
card, check for proper alignment in card guides or obstructions, and try seating it again. Once
the module is properly seated in the slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
6. Once the EIMs are in place, return to NTP-004 to install the AIC cards in the front of the
shelf. The AICs will be installed and expand a protection group from left to right.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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10539-A
Figure 524-1. Removing an Electrical Interface Module (EIM)
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INSTALL SHELF CONTROLER (SC) CARDS
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the SC cards into the backplane
at their respective slots. EIM Installation, cabling, and termination procedures should already be
performed prior to front access card installation. The SC cards are supported by a 1:1 protection
switching mechanism and must be installed in slots 1 (working) and 18 (protect). The working
and protect card are identical, and are only designated as working or protect by the slots they are
installed into. At least one SC card is required in any Cellworx STN shelf to manage the shelf and
provide status and alarm messaging to the Network Manager.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in severe physical damage to the backplane pins or module connectors, and if
power is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the modules or the
backplane.
1. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground
plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
2. Locate the working and/or protect SC cards to be installed (cards are identical). Refer to
Figure 525-1. Also note the slot position locations required for each module (slot 1 =
working, slot 18 = protect as shown in Figure 525-2.
Note: Each shelf within a network must have a unique ID number. These IDs are set via
the rotary switches on the working SC EIM at the rear of the shelf. There are no user
configurable strapping options or address settings on the SC cards.
3. Align the working SC card with the card guides in the shelf at slot position one (first slot on
the left facing the front of the shelf), holding the card with the component side facing the
right. Refer to Figure 525-3. The slot identifications are stamped in the lower lip of the
shelf. Slide the card in until the ejector ears reach the card cage trough. Fully seat the card
into the backplane by pressing the ejector ears toward the shelf until they rest against the
faceplate. Do not use excessive force. If excessive resistance is felt, remove the module,
check for alignment and/or obstructions, and try seating it again. Once the module is
properly seated in the slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
4. Repeat step 3 for the protect SC card, installing in the last slot on the right in either the 19
or 23-inch shelf (slot 18).
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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SC
CRITICAL
MAJ/MIN
RMT
ACO ACTIVE
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
ACO SWITCH
PCMCIA
STATUS
ACTIVE
SOURCE
SYNC
Status
Active
Source
Sync
Craft
Access
Enable
Shelf
Craft
Reset
LMPTST/ENABLE
SWITCH
CRAFT PORT
RESET
SWITCH
10498-D
Figure 525-1. Shelf Controller Card (SC)
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PROTECT SC CARD
IN SLOT 18
WORKING SC CARD
IN SLOT 1
PROTECT SC CARD
IN SLOT 18
(PHYSICALLY SLOT 14)
WORKING SC CARD
IN SLOT 1
SC
SC
Critical
Critical
Critical
Maj/Min
Maj/Min
Remote
ACO
Active
Remote
ACO
Active
SC
SC
Critical
Maj/Min
Remote
ACO
Active
Maj/Min
Remote
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
ACO
ACO
ACO
ACO
PCMCIA
PCMCIA
PCMCIA
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Source
Source
Source
Sync
Sync
Sync
Sync
Craft
Access
Enable
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
Enable
Craft
Access
Shelf
Craft
Shelf
Craft
Shelf
Craft
Shelf
Craft
Reset
Reset
Reset
Enable
Reset
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
Active
Source
Enable
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
15
16
17
18
XXXXX-A
10568-B
Figure 525-2. SC Card Slot Placements in a 23 or 19-inch Shelf
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WORKING SHELF
CONTROLLER
IN SLOT 1
SC
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
PCMCIA
Status
Active
Source
Sync
Craft
Access
Enable
Shelf
Craft
Reset
1
2
3
4
5
10547-B
Figure 525-3. Seating a Shelf Controller Card
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INSTALL NETWORK MANAGEMENT INTERFACE CONTROLLER CARDS (NMIC)
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the NMIC cards into the
backplane at their respective slots. EIM installation, cabling, and termination procedures should
already be performed prior to front access card installation. The NMIC cards reside at the
Gateway Network Element (GNE) or in a Stand-alone shelf, and require two shelf slots each.
They are slot restricted and must be installed in adjacent slots 2 and 3 (working), and 4 and 5
(protect) to support a 1:1 protection switching mechanism. At least one NMIC card is required in
any Cellworx STN network to manage the network and provide status and alarm messaging to the
remote Network Management System (NMS).
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in severe physical damage to the backplane pins or module connectors, and if
power is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the modules or the
backplane.
1. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground
plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
2. Locate the working and/or protect NMIC cards to be installed (cards are identical). Refer
to Figure 526-1. Also note the slot locations required for each module (slots 2 and 3 =
working, slots 4 and 5 = protect) as shown in Figure 526-2.
Note: There are no user configurable strapping options or address settings on the NMIC
cards.
3. Align the working NMIC card with the card guides in the shelf at slot 2-3 (first slot to the
right of the working SC card). Refer to Figure 526-3. Slide the card in until the ejector
ears reach the card cage trough. Fully seat the card into the backplane by pressing the
ejector ears toward the card as shown. Do not use excessive force. If excessive resistance
is felt, remove the module, check for alignment and/or obstructions, and try seating it
again. Once the module is properly seated in the slot, a final push may be necessary to
give it a good seat.
4. Repeat step 3 for the protect NMIC card, installing into shelf slots 4-5.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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NMIC
STATUS LED
ACTIVE LED
Status
Active
Craft
Access
Enable
GMS
Craft
Reset
ENABLE
SWITCH
CRAFT PORT
RESET
SWITCH
9784-B
Figure 526-1. Network Management Interface Card (NMIC)
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WORKING NMIC CARD
IN SLOTS 2 & 3
SC
PROTECT NMIC CARD
IN SLOTS 4 & 5
NMIC
NMIC
SC
Critical
Critical
Maj/Min
Maj/Min
Remote
ACO
Active
Remote
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
ACO
ACO
PCMCIA
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Active
Source
Source
Sync
Sync
Craft
Access
Enable
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
Enable
Enable
Enable
Shelf
Craft
EML
Craft
EML
Craft
Shelf
Craft
Reset
Reset
Reset
Reset
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
10532-C
Figure 526-2. NMIC Card Slot Placements
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NMIC
SC
WORKING NMIC IN SLOTS
2 & 3 AT THE GATEWAY NODE
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Active
Active
Source
Sync
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
Enable
Enable
GMS
Craft
Shelf
Craft
Reset
Reset
3
4
5
6
7
10531-A
Figure 526-3. Seating a NMIC Card
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INSTALL RING INTERFACE CARDS
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the optical ring interface cards
(2488, 622, and 155 RICs) into the Cellworx STN backplane at their respective slots. All optical
cards are installed into any Cellworx STN shelf starting from the right side of the shelf (one slot
left of the protect SC card). Two RIC cards are utilized in every ring node and are slot restricted
to adjacent slots 16 and 17 in either the 23-inch or 19-inch shelf to support uni-directional path
protected switching.
Danger: Do not look into the ends of optical fibers. Exposure to invisible LASER
radiation may cause serious retinal damage or even blindness. Verify the optical source
is disabled through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in severe physical damage to the backplane pins or module connectors, and if
power is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the modules or the
backplane.
1. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground
plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
2. Locate the RIC cards to be installed. Refer to Figure 527-1. Also note the slot locations
required for the modules as shown in Figure 527-2.
Note: There are no user configurable strapping options or address settings on the RIC
cards. Optical cards have fiber terminations performed from the front of the shelf and
therefore do not require Electrical Interface Modules at the rear of the shelf.
3. Align the RIC card with the card guides in the shelf at slot 17 (first slot to the left of the
protect SC card), holding the card with the component side facing the right. The slot
identifications are stamped on the lower lip of the shelf. Refer to Figure 527-3. Slide the
card in until halfway, leaving enough access to the fiber terminations on the card.
4. Perform DLP-522 to connect fiber cables to the optical card and return to this procedure.
If fiber cables are not installed on the shelf, continue and connect fibers later.
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5. Continue sliding the card in until the ejector ears reach the card cage trough. Fully seat the
card into the backplane by pressing the ejector ears toward the shelf until they rest against
the faceplate. Do not use excessive force. If excessive resistance is felt, remove the
module, check for alignment and/or obstructions, and try seating it again. Once the
module is properly seated in the slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
6. Repeat step 3 for the second RIC card to install it into slot 16.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
RX (INPUT)
TX (OUTPUT)
622
Ring
Status
ACTIVE LED
Active
APS LED
APS
TIMING LED
Timing
TX
RX
STATUS LED
Port
PORT LED
1
10495-B
Figure 527-1. 622 Ring Interface Module (622 RIC)
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622 RING CARDS RESTRICTED
TO SLOTS 16 & 17
622
Ring
SC
622
Ring
PROTECT SC CARD
IN SLOT 18
(PHYSICALLY SLOT 14)
WORKING SC CARD
IN SLOT 1
SC
SC
SC
Critical
Critical
Critical
Critical
Maj/Min
Maj/Min
Maj/Min
Remote
ACO
Active
Remote
ACO
Active
Remote
ACO
Active
Maj/Min
Remote
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
ACO
ACO
ACO
ACO
PCMCIA
PCMCIA
PCMCIA
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Source
APS
APS
Sync
Timing
Timing
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Source
Source
Source
Sync
Sync
Sync
Craft
Access
Craft
Access
Enable
Craft
Access
Enable
Shelf
Craft
Shelf
Craft
Shelf
Craft
Shelf
Craft
Reset
Reset
Reset
Reset
Craft
Access
Port
1
Enable
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Port
1
16
17
18
1
Enable
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10543-B
9
10
15
16
17
18
XXXXX-A
Figure 527-2. RIC Slot Positions in a 23-Inch and 19-Inch Shelf
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OC12C RICS SLOT 16 AND 17
SC
622
Ring
OC12c
Ring
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Source
APS
APS
Sync
Timing
Timing
Port
Port
1
Craft
Access
Enable
1
Shelf
Craft
Reset
10542-B
Figure 527-3. Seating a 622 RIC Card
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INSTALL 155 SM AND 155 MM CELL RELAY SERVICE CARDS (155 CRS)
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the 155 CRS optical interface
cards into the Cellworx STN backplane. All optical cards are installed into any Cellworx STN
shelf starting from the right side of the shelf (to the left of the protect SC card). Two 155 CRS
cards may be utilized in adjacent slots starting with an even numbered slot (i.e. 2-3, 4-5, 12-13.
Etc.) to support 1+1 path protection switching. These cards may be used to interface to other
ATM equipment (such as Broadband Switching Systems) at a 155Mbps level, or to interface to
Cellworx STN expansion shelves.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in severe physical damage to the backplane pins or module connectors, and if
power is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the modules or the
backplane.
Danger: Do not look into the ends of optical fibers. Exposure to invisible LASER
radiation may cause serious retinal damage or even blindness. Verify the optical source
is disabled through the use of an optical power meter before handling optical fibers
1. Familiarize yourself with the system plans and verify the use of the 155 CRS cards. There
may be two different types of 155 CRS cards ordered, the 155 CRS MM, and the 155
CRS SM. The MM version uses a Light Emitting Diode (LED) for transmission signaling
over multi-mode fiber and transmits over shorter distances. The SM version uses a more
powerful output LASER over single-mode fiber and transmits over greater distances.
Note the types of cards ordered, the applications to be used in, whether they will be
equipped with protection, the slot locations to be installed in, and the fiber type routed to
the slot. Once confident in the network layout, continue.
2. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground
plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
3. Locate the 155 CRS cards to be installed. Refer to Figure 528-1. They should be installed
in the shelf starting with the even numbered slot for protected pairs (16 and 17, 14 and 15,
12 and 13, etc.). When used as an expansion shelf interface, only one port may be utilized
on a card.
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Note: There are no user configurable strapping options or address settings on the 155
CRS cards. Optical cards have fiber terminations performed from the front of the shelf
and therefore do not require Electrical Interface Modules at the rear of the shelf.
4. Align the 155 CRS card with the card guides in the shelf at the respective slot, holding the
card with the component side facing the right. Refer to Figure 528-2. Slide the card in
halfway, leaving access to the fiber terminations on the card.
5. Perform DLP-522 to connect fiber cables to the card terminations, and then return to this
DLP. If fiber cables are not installed in the shelf, continue and install fibers later.
6. Slide the card into the shelf until the ejector ears reach the card cage trough. Fully seat the
card into the backplane by pressing the ejector ears toward the shelf until; they rest
against the faceplate. Do not use excessive force. If excessive resistance is felt, remove
the module, check for alignment and/or obstructions, and try seating it again. Once the
module is properly seated in the slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
7. Repeat step 4 for any remaining 155 CRS cards that are required.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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PORT 1
RX / TX
PORT 2
RX / TX
M
155 S
CRS
TX
RX
TX
RX
STATUS
ACTIVE
APS
TIMING
Status
Active
APS
Timing
Port
PORT 1
PORT 2
1
2
10491-B
Figure 528-1. 155 CRS Card Identification
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155 CRS SLOTS 16 AND 17
IN AN EXPANSION SHELF
(HIGHSPEED CARDS LOAD FROM THE RIGHT)
MM
155
CRS
155 MM
CRSS
Shelf r
olle
Contr
M
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Active
Source
APS
APS
Sync
Timing
Timing
Port
Port
1
1
Craft
Access
Enable
2
2
Shelf
Craft
Reset
15
16
17
18
10533-B
Figure 528-2. Seating an 155 CRS Card in a 23-Inch Expansion Shelf (Example)
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INSTALL T3 CELL RELAY SERVICE CARDS (T3 CRS)
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the T3 CRS Access Interface
Cards (AICs) into the Cellworx STN system. EIM installation, cabling, and termination
procedures should already be performed prior to front access card installation. There are no slot
restrictions for individual T3 CRS cards other than the first and last slots of any shelf, which are
for SC cards only. 1:N protection switching is supported (up to 1:3) requiring the cards be
installed in contiguous slots. Every AIC type is installed into the Cellworx STN system starting
from the first available slot from the left (slot 6 in a Gateway node, slot 2 in a Non-Gateway
node) according to the EIM configuration at the rear of the shelf. 1:N Protection groups start from
the left and are built out to the right.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in severe physical damage to the backplane pins or module connectors, and if
power is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the modules or the
backplane.
1. Familiarize yourself with the system plans and verify the configuration of the T3 CRS
cards. They may be used to interface collocated Broadband Switching Systems (BSSs), to
link from an expansion shelf to a ring node, or to provide ring access to T3 cell relay
service providers at the ring node. Note the number of cards ordered, the applications to
be used in, whether they will be equipped with protection, and the slot locations to be
installed in. Once confident in the network layout, continue.
2. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground
plug into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
3. Check the inside of the system front cover and verify the configuration of the Electrical
Interface Modules (EIMs) installed at the rear of the system. If the EIMs are not installed,
perform DLP-512.
4. Locate the T3 CRS cards to be installed. Refer to Figure 529-1 for card reference. If used
for network interface applications (NNI) go to step 7, otherwise continue.
Note: There are no user configurable strapping options or address settings on the T3 CRS
cards.
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Service and Network Interface
5. Align the working T3 CRS card with the card guides in the first available slot for the
protection group, holding the card with the component side facing the right. Refer to
Figure 529-2. Slide the card in until the ejector ears reach the card cage trough. Fully seat
the card into the backplane by pressing the ejector ears toward the shelf until they rest
against the faceplate. Do not use excessive force. If excessive resistance is felt, remove
the module, check for alignment and/or obstructions, and try seating it again. Once the
module is properly seated in the slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
6. Repeat step 5 for each card in the protection group if required, building the group out to
the right (up to 5 cards including the protect card).
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
Shelf Expansion Interface Card to STN Ring Node Interface
7. Align the working T3 CRS card with the card guides at slot 16, holding the card with the
component side facing the right. Refer to Figure 529-3. Slide the card in until the ejector
ears reach the card cage trough. Fully seat the card into the backplane by pressing the
ejector ears toward the card faceplate as shown. Do not use excessive force. If excessive
resistance is felt, remove the module, check for alignment and/or obstructions, and try
seating it again. Once the module is properly seated in the slot, a final push may be
necessary to give it a good seat. Once the module is properly seated in the slot, a final
push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
8. Repeat step 7 for the protect card, installing into slot 17. Refer to Figure 529-3.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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DS3
CRS
lf
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Ma
3
NMDICSS
CR
EXAMPLE OF FIRST T3 CRS IN A
PROTECTION GROUP, SLOT 2
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
PCMCIA
Status
STATUS
Status
ACTIVE
Active
Source
APS
PROTECT
Protect
Sync
Timing
TIMING
Timing
Craft
Access
Status
Active
Enable
Port
1
2
Port
PORT 1
PORT 2
PORT3
Active
3
1
Shelf
Craft
2
3
Reset
2
3
4
5
6
10
10484-A
Figure 529-1. T3 CRS Card Identification
Figure 548-2. Seating a T3 CRS AIC Card
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T3 CRS NNI SLOTS 16 AND 17
SC
T3
CRS
DS3
CRS
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Status
Active
Active
Protect
Protect
Timing
Timing
Active
Source
Sync
Port
Port
1
1
2
2
3
3
Craft
Access
Enable
Shelf
Craft
Reset
14
15
16
17
18
10515-B
Figure 529-3. Seating a T3 CRS Expansion Shelf Interface
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INSTALL T1/E1 MULTI 1 CARDS
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the T1/E1 MULTI 1 Access
Interface Cards (AICs) into the Cellworx STN system. The T1 and E1 version cards are identical
in appearance and are both referred to in the procedure as T1/E1. EIM installation, cabling, and
termination procedures should already be performed prior to front access card installation.
MULTI-1 designators denote cards that can perform both Cell Relay Services (CRS) and Circuit
Emulation Services (CES). There are no slot restrictions for individual T1/E1 MULTI 1 cards
other than slots 1 and 18 which are for SC cards only. 1:N (N d 8) protection switching is
supported which requires the cards to be installed in contiguous slots. Every AIC type is installed
into the Cellworx STN system starting from the first available slot on the left (slot 6 in a Gateway
node, slot 2 in a Non-Gateway node) according to the EIM configuration at the rear of the shelf.
1:N Protection groups start from the left and are built out to the right.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in severe physical damage to the backplane pins or module connectors, and if power
is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the modules or the backplane.
1. Familiarize yourself with the system plans and verify the configuration of the T1/E1
MULTI 1 cards. Note the number of cards ordered, the applications to be used in, whether
they will be equipped with protection, and the slot locations to be installed in. Once
confident in the network layout, continue.
2. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground plug
into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
3. Check the inside of the system front cover and verify the configuration of the Electrical
Interface Modules (EIMs) installed at the rear of the system. If the EIMs are not installed,
perform DLP-511.
4. Locate the T1/E1 MULTI 1 cards to be installed. Refer to Figure 530-1 for card
identification.
Note: There are no user configurable strapping options or address settings on DS1 CES/CRS.
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5. Align the working T1/E1 MULTI 1 card with the card guides in the first available slot for
the protection group, holding the card with the component side facing the right. Refer to
Figure 530-2. Slide the card in until the ejector ears reach the card cage trough. Fully seat
the card into the backplane by pressing the ejector ears toward the shelf until they rest
against the faceplate. Do not use excessive force. If excessive resistance is felt, remove the
module, check for proper alignment and/or obstructions, and try seating it again. Once the
module is properly seated in the slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
6. Repeat step 5 for the next T1 MULTI 1 CES/CRS, building the group out to the right.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
TI 1
T1 MUL
NMIC I 1
MULT
lf
She er T1
nag
Ma
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
PCMCIA
Status
Status
STATUS
Status
Active
Source
ACTIVE
Active
PROTECT
Protect
Sync
Craft
Access
Enable
Port
PORT LEDs
Active
Protect
1
9
2
10
3
11
4
12
5
13
6
14
Port
1
10
11
4
7
15
8
16
Shelf
Craft
9
2
3
5
12
13
6
14
7
15
8
16
Reset
2
Figure 530-1. T1 MULTI 1 Card (24 DS0)
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4
5
6
7
Figure 530-2. Seating a T1 MULTI 1 Card
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INSTALL T3 TMUX MULTI-1 AND/OR TMUX EXP CARDS
Summary: This procedure describes the steps required to install the T3 TMUX MULTI-1 Access
Interface Cards (AICs) into the Cellworx STN system. EIM installation, cabling, and termination
procedures should already be performed prior to front access card installation. MULTI-1
designators denote cards that can perform both Cell Relay Services (CRS) and Circuit Emulation
Services (CES). There are no slot restrictions for individual T3 TMUX cards other than slots 1 and
18 which are for SC cards only. 1:1 protection switching is supported which requires the cards to be
installed in contiguous slots. Every AIC type is installed into the Cellworx STN system starting
from the first available slot on the left (slot 6 in a Gateway node, slot 2 in a Non-Gateway node)
according to the EIM configuration at the rear of the shelf. 1:N Protection groups start from the left
and are built out to the right.
Caution: Modules can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Before handling any
modules connect your wrist to an equipment ground using an approved anti-static wrist
strap. Ensure that all uninstalled modules are stored in anti-static packing material.
When working with modules, always place the module on an electrically grounded
approved anti-static mat.
Caution: Using excessive force when seating cards and modules into the backplane may
result in severe physical damage to the backplane pins or module connectors, and if power
is applied, may result in serious electrical damage to both the modules or the backplane.
1. Familiarize yourself with the system plans and verify the configuration of the T3 MUX
MULTI-1 and TMUX EXP cards. Note the number of cards ordered, the applications to be
used in, whether they will be equipped with protection, and the slot locations to be installed
in. Once confident in the network layout, continue.
2. Place the ESD wristband on your wrist and snap the ground wire to it. Plug the ground plug
into the grounded ESD jack located at the upper right side of the STN shelf.
3. Check the inside of the system front cover and verify the configuration of the Electrical
Interface Modules (EIMs) installed at the rear of the system. If the EIMs are not installed,
perform DLP-513.
4. Locate the T3 TMUX MULTI-1 and TMUX EXP cards to be installed. Refer to Figure 532-1
and 532-2 for card identification.
Note: There are no user configurable strapping options or address settings on the T3 TMUX
MULTI-1 or TMUX EXP cards.
5. Align the working T3 TMUX MULTI-1 card with the card guides in the first available slot
for the protection group, holding the card with the component side facing the right. Refer to
Figure 532-3. Slide the card in until the ejector ears reach the card cage trough. Fully seat
the card into the backplane by pressing the ejector ears toward the shelf until they rest
against the faceplate. Do not use excessive force. If excessive resistance is felt, remove the
module, check for alignment and/or obstructions, and try seating it again. Once the module
is properly seated in the slot, a final push may be necessary to give it a good seat.
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6. Repeat step 5 for the next T3 TMUX MULTI-1 card or if using the additional 16 DS1 ports,
install the TMUX EXP card. Build the group out to the right (up to 4 cards) for a protected
28 DS1 ports. Refer to DLP-513 for diagrams of different TMUX application scenarios.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
UX
T3 TM 1
I
MULT
STATUS
Status
ACTIVE
Active
PROTECT
Protect
TMUX
EXP
STATUS
Status
ACTIVE
Active
PROTECT
Protect
Port
PORT
1
Figure 532-1. T3 TMUX MULTI-1 Card (12 DS1)
Figure 532-2. TMUX EXP Card (16 DS1)
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lf
She er
nag
Ma
X
TMU
DNSM3ICi-1
Mult
Critical
Maj/Min
RMT
ACO
Active
Craft
Access
ACO
PCMCIA
Status
Status
Active
Active
Source
APS
Sync
Timing
Craft
Access
Enable
Port
1
2
3
Shelf
Craft
Reset
2
3
4
5
6
Figure 532-3. Seating a T3 TMUX MULTI-1 Card
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CLEANING AND MATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FIBER OPTIC CONNECTORS AND ADAPTERS
Summary: Cleanliness will affect the performance of an optical fiber system. Perform the
following procedures prior to installation. Clean all connectors, adapters, and attenuators before
making any connections. Check local practices for approved cleaning methods and materials. The
following cleaning materials are recommended and may form part of your cleaning kit:
• Lint-free laboratory wipes.
• Isopropyl alcohol in pressurized dispenser.
• Lint-free adapter cleaning tips.
• Clean, dry, oil-free compressed air.
• Fiber cleaning reel.
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Figure 533-1. Cleaning Materials
Warning: Handle, use, and dispose of chemicals in accordance with manufacturer’s
instructions.
Note: When using canned compressed air, clear the nozzle with a short air blast before
blowing any parts clean. Do not shake the compressed air can. Keep the can level while
using to prevent liquid in the can from entering the air stream.
CLEANING
Connectors/Terminators
Note: If using a fiber cleaning reel, follow the instructions generally included on the
swiper box to advance the reel, twist the fiber end, and swipe across the track. Otherwise,
use the following procedure.
1. Fold a clean, new wipe into a 2" by 2" square pad.
2. Moisten, but do not saturate, the pad with alcohol making a spot approximately 1/2" in
diameter.
3. Press the ferrule end face into a wet spot on the wipe. Using force, twist the ferrule so that a hard
wiping action takes place. Repeat twice, using a clean alcohol-moistened area each time.
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4. Press the ferrule end face into a dry spot on the wipe. Using force, twist the ferrule so that a
hard wiping action takes place.
5. Discard the used pad.
6. It is recommended to utilize a fiberscope to ensure the fiber is clean.
Attenuators
1. For an exposed ferrule (in-line type), see connector cleaning procedure; blow the other end
dry with clean compressed air.
2. Clean bulkhead attenuators only by blowing with clean compressed air.
3. It is recommended to utilize a fiberscope to ensure the fiber is clean.
Adapters
1. Moisten one end of a lint free adapter cleaning tips with alcohol.
2. Remove excess alcohol from the adapter cleaning tips with a clean wipe.
3. Insert the moistened adapter cleaning tips into either end of the adapter and scrub in and out
so that the inside surface of the adapter is wiped by the adapter-cleaning tip. Repeat this step
for the opposite end.
4. Insert the dry end of the adapter-cleaning tip into either end of the adapter to remove any
residual alcohol. For oversized adapters (biconic), stir the adapter cleaning tips for better
surface contact. Repeat this step for the opposite end.
5. Blow the adapter dry with clean compressed air.
6. It is recommended to utilize a fiberscope to ensure the fiber is clean.
MATING
Unkeyed Biconic
1. Grasp the threaded cap of the connector and insert the ferrule into the adapter.
2. Hold the fiber support of the connector to prevent the fiber from rotating.
3. Screw the cap clockwise into the adapter (finger tight only) taking care not to cross thread
the cap.
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Keyed Biconic
1. If there are arrows on the buildout, align them with the arrows on the connector.
2. Grasp the “Boot” support and insert the connector into the buildout.
3. Rotate the connector counterclockwise until the key enters the slot.
4. Engage the threaded cap into the buildout and turn clockwise until the connector is seated,
taking care not to cross thread.
SMA, D4, FC
1. Insert the ferrule tip into the adapter.
2. For D4 and FC types, align the key with the slot in the adapter.
3. Push the connector into the adapter until the coupling nut reaches the adapter housing.
4. Screw the coupling nut clockwise onto the adapter to complete the connection.
ST
®
1. Align the ferrule hub key with the slot in the adapter.
2. Insert the connector into the adapter until the coupling nut reaches the adapter housing.
3. Align the bayonet slots on the coupling nut with the pins on the outside of the adapter.
4. Push the coupling nut onto the adapter while rotating the coupler nut clockwise to lock the
bayonet and secure the connection.
SC, E-2000
1. For the SC, align the housing key with the slot in the adapter.
2. Push the connector into the adapter until a click is heard/felt indicating the latching system
is engaged. When fully engaged, some SC connectors will have white stripes on the sides of
the SC housing that will be hidden inside the adapter.
Stop! You have completed this procedure.
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INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
Summary: This list is provided to ensure a proper installation of ADC Telecommunications’
Cellworx STN system. Verify each step in this list, checking off the appropriate places, adding
notes when needed, and filling in the blanks with the appropriate information
Warning: Never install telephone equipment in a wet location or during a lightning
storm. When installing or modifying telephone lines, disconnect lines at the network
interface before working with un-insulated lines or terminals to prevent electrical shock.
NAME: ________________________________
DATE: __________________________
ORGANIZATION:_______________________
DEPARTMENT: __________________
SYSTEM ID: ___________________________
LOCATION: _____________________
CHK
1.
Locate position scheduled for system installation. Verify racks have been
installed to house the Cellworx STN shelves or space is available in
existing racks (23.5 inches top to bottom).
2.
Verify the rack has been properly earth grounded using minimal 16 gauge
copper wire.
3.
Verify the area is free from standing water, moisture, dirt, etc.
4.
Verify the power assignments assigned are available and proper gauge
power cables have been installed per applicable codes.
5.
Verify 10 Amp fuses are installed at the power inputs of each Cellworx STN
shelf. These function as over-current protection devices in conformance with
applicable codes.
6.
Verify that power disconnect devices have been installed at a point readily
accessible to the Cellworx STN shelf and are in conformance with applicable
codes.
7.
Verify a minimum of 24 inches is available directly in front of the rack to
allow the door to swing fully open for card access.
8.
Verify the system is not to be located directly in front of a heating or air
conditioning duct. If it is, install deflectors to direct the air away from the
equipment. Insure there are no air flow restrictions.
9.
Verify a minimum of three inches is available on either side of the rack to
allow routing of cables to/from shelf.
10.
Verify the temperature of the environment is maintained between 40 F
to 144 F ( 40 C to 65 C) with relative humidity maintained between
0 to 90 .
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GENERAL INFORMATION
ADCP-70-216 x Issue 1 x March 2000 x Section 3: General Information
SECTION 3: GENERAL INFORMATION
Content
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1
WARRANTY/SOFTWARE ............................................................... 3-1
2
REPAIR/ADVANCE REPLACEMENT POLICY................................................... 3-1
3
REPAIR CHARGES ................................................................... 3-2
4
REPLACEMENT/SPARE PRODUCTS........................................................ 3-2
5
RETURNED MATERIAL ................................................................ 3-2
6
CUSTOMER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE ................................................ 3-3
WARRANTY/SOFTWARE
The Product and Software warranty policy and warranty period for all Products of ADC
Telecommunications, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as ADC) is published in ADC’s Warranty/
Software Handbook. Contact the Broadband Access and Transport Group (BATG) Technical
Assistance Center at 1-800-366-3891, extension 3223 (in U.S.A. or Canada) or 952-946-3223
(outside U.S.A. and Canada) for warranty or software information or for a copy of the
Warranty/Software Handbook.
2
REPAIR/ADVANCE REPLACEMENT POLICY
All repairs of ADC Products must be done by ADC or an authorized representative. Any
attempt to repair or modify ADC Products without prior written authorization from ADC shall
void ADC’s warranty.
If a malfunction cannot be resolved by the normal troubleshooting procedures, call the BATG
Technical Assistance Center at 1-800-366-3891, extension 3223 (in U.S.A. or Canada) or 952946-3223 (outside U.S.A. and Canada). A telephone consultation can sometimes resolve a
problem without the need to repair or replace the ADC Product.
If, during a telephone consultation, ADC determines the ADC Product requires repair, ADC
will authorize the return of the affected Product by the issue of a Return Material
Authorization number and complete return shipping instructions. If service is affected, ADC
can arrange to ship a replacement Product when available from designated inventory. In all
cases, the defective Product must be carefully packaged to eliminate damage, and returned to
ADC in accordance with issued ADC instructions.
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REPAIR CHARGES
If the defect and the necessary repairs are covered by warranty, Buyer’s only obligation is the
payment of all transportation and associated costs in returning the defective Product to the
location designated by ADC. ADC, at its option, will either repair or replace the Product at no
charge and return the Product to Buyer with transportation costs paid by ADC, only when
ADC contracted carriers are used. Requested return of Product by any other means will be at
Buyer’s cost. Buyer is responsible for all other associated costs in return of Products from
ADC. If Product is Out of Warranty or NTF (no trouble found), ADC will charge a percentage
of the current Product list price. To obtain the percentage factor for Out of Warranty or NTF
Product, contact the ADC Product Return Department at 1-800-366-3891, extension 3000 (in
U.S.A. or Canada) or 952-946-3000 (outside U.S.A. and Canada).
If a service affecting advance replacement Product is requested, the current list price of a new
Product will be charged initially. A customer purchase order is required to ship an advance
replacement Product. Upon receipt of the defective Product, there will be no credit issued by
ADC to the buyer for any returned Product found to be Out of Warranty. ADC will credit buyer
eighty percent (80%) of Product price charged for any In Warranty Product under the Program
terms. Products must be returned within thirty (30) days to be eligible for any advance
replacement credit. If repairs necessitate a field visit by an ADC representative, customer
authorization (purchase order) must be obtained prior to dispatching a representative, ADC will
charge the current price of a field visit plus round trip transportation charges from Minneapolis
to the customer’s site.
4
REPLACEMENT/SPARE PRODUCTS
Replacement parts, including but not limited to button caps and lenses, lamps, fuses, and patch
cords, are available from ADC on a special order basis. Contact the BATG Technical
Assistance Center at 1-800-366-3891, extension 3223 (in U.S.A. or Canada) or 952-946-3223
(outside U.S.A. and Canada) for additional information.
Spare Products and accessories can be purchased from ADC. Contact Sales Administration at
1-800-366-3891, extension 3000 (in U.S.A. or Canada) or 952-946-3000 (outside U.S.A. and
Canada) for a price quote and to place your order.
5
RETURNED MATERIAL
Contact the ADC Product Return Department at 1-800-366-3891, extension 3000 (in U.S.A.
or Canada) or 952-946-3000 (outside U.S.A. and Canada) to obtain a Return Material
Authorization number prior to returning an ADC Product.
All returned Products must have a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number clearly
marked on the outside of the package. The Return Material Authorization number is valid for
thirty (30) days from authorization.
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CUSTOMER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE
For customers wanting information on ADC products or help in using them, ADC offers the
services listed below. To obtain any of these services by telephone, first dial the central ADC
telephone number, then dial the extension provided below.
The central number for calls originating in the U.S.A. or Canada is 1-800-366-3891. For calls
originating outside the U.S.A. or Canada, dial country code “1” then dial 952-946-3000.
Sales Assistance
Extension 3000
• Quotation Proposals
• Ordering and Delivery
• General Product Information
Systems Integration
Extension 3000
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Complete Solutions (from Concept to Installation)
Network Design and Integration Testing
System Turn-Up and Testing
Network Monitoring (Upstream or Downstream)
Power Monitoring and Remote Surveillance
Service/Maintenance Agreements
Systems Operation
BATG Technical Assistance
Center
Extension 3223
E-Mail: technical@adc.com
•
•
•
•
•
•
Technical Information
System/Network Configuration
Product Specification and Application
Training (Product-Specific)
Installation and Operation Assistance
Troubleshooting and Repair/Field Assistance
Product Return Department
Extension 3748
E-Mail: repair&return@adc.com
• ADC Return Authorization number and instructions must
be obtained before returning products.
Product information may also be obtained using the ADC web site at www.adc.com or by
writing ADC Telecommunications, Inc., P.O. Box 1101, Minneapolis, MN 55440-1101, U.S.A.
Contents herein are current as of the date of publication. ADC reserves the right to change the contents without prior notice. In
no event shall ADC be liable for any damages resulting from loss of data, loss of use, or loss of profits and ADC further
disclaims any and all liability for indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other similar damages. This disclaimer of
liability applies to all products, publications and services during and after the warranty period.
This publication may be verified at any time by contacting ADC’s Technical Assistance Center at 1-800-366-3891, extension
3223 (in U.S.A. or Canada) or 952-946-3223 (outside U.S.A. and Canada), or by writing to ADC Telecommunications, Inc.,
Attn: Technical Assistance Center, Mail Station #77, P.O. Box 1101, Minneapolis, MN 55440-1101, U.S.A.
© 2000, ADC Telecommunications, Inc.
All Rights Reserved
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