ADC DL3XR-FCA100 User's Manual
USER MANUAL
Soneplex
DS3 Loop Extender (D3LX) CO Module
Product: D3LXC-FCA100, D3LXC-SCA100
CLEI Code: SOCPG2GB, SOCPG2KB
Soneplex
DS3 Loop Extender (D3LX) RMT Module
Product: D3LXR-FCA100, D3LXR-SCA100
CLEI Code: SOCPG2HB, SOCPG2JB
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Revision History of This Manual
To order copies of this document, use document catalog number LTPS-UM-8013-03.
Issue
Release Date
Revisions Made
1
January 11, 2002
Initial release
2
March 21, 2002
Updated BNC cable/cabling instructions
3
August 30, 2002
Updated BNC Tip and Ring illustration
Related Documentation
Soneplex Remote Terminal Enclosure Installation Manual
ADCP-61-704
Soneplex Two-Position D3LX Remote Chassis Installation Instructions
LTPS-AD-8029-xx
Soneplex Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet Installation Addendum for D3LX Systems
LTPS-AD-8030-xx
Soneplex QLX/WQLXR and Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet Description Manual
Soneplex System Installation Manual
ADCP-61-151
LTPS-UM-8010-xx
Soneplex Loop Extender System Operation and Maintenance Manual
ADCP-61-494
Soneplex TL1 Interface Specification for D3LX-Based Systems
LTPS-UM-8027-xx
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LTPS-UM-8017-xx
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Using This Manual
USING THIS MANUAL
The following conventions are used in this manual:
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Keys you press are indicated by small icons such as Y or ENTER . Key combinations to be pressed
simultaneously are indicated with a plus sign as follows: CTRL + ESC .
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Three types of messages, identified by icons, appear in text.
Notes contain information about special circumstances.
Cautions indicate the possibility of personal injury or equipment damage.
The Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) symbol indicates that a device or assembly is susceptible to
damage from electrostatic discharge.
INSPECTING SHIPMENT
Upon receipt of the equipment:
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Unpack each container and inspect the contents for signs of damage. If the equipment has been damaged in
transit, immediately report the extent of damage to the transportation company and to ADC DSL Systems,
Inc. Order replacement equipment, if necessary.
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Check the packing list to ensure complete and accurate shipment of each listed item. If the shipment is short
or irregular, contact ADC DSL Systems, Inc. as described in “Appendix C - Product Support” on page 41. If
you must store the equipment for a prolonged period, store the equipment in its original container.
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Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Overview ____________________________________________________________________________ 1
Front-Panel Description________________________________________________________________ 3
Protection Switching ..........................................................................................................................4
Automatic Switching ...........................................................................................................5
Manual Switching................................................................................................................5
Applications .......................................................................................................................................5
Preparing to Install D3LX Modules ______________________________________________________ 6
Installing the BNC Panel _______________________________________________________________ 7
Overview ............................................................................................................................................7
Installation of the Panel......................................................................................................................7
Installing a D3LX CO Module in an LEC _________________________________________________ 9
Power Verification ...........................................................................................................................12
Verification of Electrical DS3 Power Level......................................................................12
Verification of D3LX CO Optical Power..........................................................................13
Installing a D3LX RMT Module in a Remote Cabinet ______________________________________ 14
Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet Installation ......................................................................14
Two-Position QLX Remote BNC Chassis Installation....................................................................16
Power Verification ...........................................................................................................................16
Verification of Electrical DS3 Power Level......................................................................16
Verification of Optical Power............................................................................................17
Provisioning_________________________________________________________________________ 18
Manual .............................................................................................................................................18
Automatic.........................................................................................................................................18
Other Provisioning Considerations ..................................................................................................19
Alarm Setting During Provisioning ...................................................................................19
D3 Remote Craft Access Module (D3RCAM) Option .....................................................19
Setting Up System Options ____________________________________________________________ 19
Connecting a Maintenance Terminal to the SCU Craft Port ...........................................................19
Connecting a Maintenance Terminal to the D3RCAM Craft Port...................................................20
Navigating Through Craft Interface Menus.....................................................................................22
Local Configuration __________________________________________________________________ 23
Configuring the D3LX System Through the SCU...........................................................................23
Configuring D3LX Alarms ..............................................................................................................25
Setting Alarm Levels .........................................................................................................25
Displaying D3LX Status ..................................................................................................................27
Viewing Loopback Status and Performing Loopback Commands ..................................................28
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Performance Monitoring ................................................................................................................. 29
Performing System Maintenance .................................................................................................... 30
Logging Off ..................................................................................................................................... 31
Removing D3LX Modules .............................................................................................................. 32
Remote Configuration ________________________________________________________________ 33
D3RCAM Menu .............................................................................................................................. 34
Unit Configuration........................................................................................................................... 34
Troubleshooting _____________________________________________________________________ 36
Appendix A - Specifications ____________________________________________________________ 37
D3LX Card-Edge Connector ........................................................................................................... 38
Appendix B - Cleaning and Mating Fiber-Optic Systems____________________________________ 39
Cleaning........................................................................................................................................... 39
Mating.............................................................................................................................................. 40
Appendix C - Product Support _________________________________________________________ 41
Appendix D - Abbreviations ___________________________________________________________ 42
Certification and Warranty _____________________________________________ Inside Back Cover
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List of Figures
LIST OF FIGURES
1. D3LX CO and D3LX RMT Modules.............................................................................................................1
2. System Overview............................................................................................................................................2
3. D3LX CO Front Panel....................................................................................................................................3
4. Mounting the BNC Panel and Connecting ADC Adapter Cables (LEC Shown)...........................................8
5. Routing the Fiber Patch Cord .......................................................................................................................10
6. D3LX Module Locations in Loop Extender Chassis....................................................................................11
7. Installing the D3LX CO ...............................................................................................................................12
8. Routing the Fiber Through a Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet.......................................................14
9. D3LX RMT Module Locations in a Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet............................................15
10. D3LX RMT Module Locations in a Two-Position QLX Remote BNC Chassis .........................................16
11. Connecting a Maintenance Terminal to the SCU.........................................................................................20
12. Connecting a Maintenance Terminal to the D3RCAM ................................................................................21
13. D3LX Configuration Screen.........................................................................................................................23
14. D3LX Alarm Setting Menu ..........................................................................................................................26
15. Display D3LX Status....................................................................................................................................27
16. Loopback Status and Commands .................................................................................................................28
17. Performance Monitoring Menu–DS3/E3 PM Configuration Shown ...........................................................29
18. System Maintenance–Trouble Isolation Screen Shown ...............................................................................31
19. Removing a D3LX Module–D3LX CO Shown ...........................................................................................32
20. D3RCAM Craft Interface Main Menu .........................................................................................................33
21. D3RCAM Menu Tree...................................................................................................................................34
22. Unit Configuration Screen............................................................................................................................34
23. D3LX Card-Edge Connector ........................................................................................................................38
24. Cleaning Materials........................................................................................................................................39
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List of Tables
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LIST OF TABLES
1. D3LX Front-Panel Description and Status LEDs .......................................................................................... 4
2. Tip and Ring Assignments for Protection Switching Applications ............................................................... 8
3. Chassis Port Description .............................................................................................................................. 19
4. Navigational Keys for the Craft Interface Screens During Telnet Sessions ................................................ 22
5. D3LX CO Configuration Fields–SCU V3.7 or later.................................................................................... 24
6. D3LX Alarm Level Defaults........................................................................................................................ 26
7. Unit Configuration Fields–D3RCAM Version 1.0 or later.......................................................................... 35
8. Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................................... 36
9. D3LX Module Specifications....................................................................................................................... 37
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Overview
OVERVIEW
The Soneplex® DS3 Loop Extender (D3LX) modules shown in Figure 1 are a pair of fiber-optic units that provide
DS3 service. The D3LX CO resides at the Central Office (CO) site, and the D3LX RMT resides at the Customer
Premises Equipment (CPE) or remote site.
D3LX
CO
D3LX
RMT
STATU
S
STATU
S
FAR
END
FAR
END
DS3
STATU
S
ENAB
LE
DS3
STATU
S
ENAB
LE
DS3
ONLI
NE
DS3
ONLI
NE
Figure 1. D3LX CO and D3LX RMT Modules
The D3LX CO module occupies two card slots in a local, Soneplex Loop Extender Chassis (LEC). The D3LX
RMT module occupies two card slots in a Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet, or Two-Position QLX Remote
BNC Chassis. A D3LX Remote Craft Access Module (D3RCAM) may also installed to provide maintenance
terminal access at the remote site. For more information on the D3RCAM, refer to LTPS-UM-8017-xx, the
Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet, refer to ADCP-61-151, or the Two-Position QLX Remote BNC Chassis,
refer to LTPS-UM-8029-xx.
The D3LX modules are part of a system that converts a metallic DS3 circuit at the CO site into a DS3 optical signal
that uses Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) to transmit a signal across one single-mode fiber to a D3LX
RMT via a D3LX LTU at the CPE site. The D3LX RMT module converts the optical signal back into an electrical
DS3 and transmits the signal back to the D3LX CO residing in the LEC as shown in Figure 2 on page 2.
The D3LX modules perform the following functions:
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Exchange status, alarm, and protection switching information.
•
Perform bit error rate monitoring of the optical link.
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Monitor the optical input for Loss-Of-Signal (LOS) and Loss-Of-Frame (LOF).
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Monitor the laser bias for degradation.
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Retrieve remote module status.
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Provide 1+1 Protect mode (line protection).
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CO - Local
DS3 out
(transmit)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
21
6
5
4
3
2
1
20
19
18
17
16
15
BNC panel - front
DS3 in
(receive)
DS3 out
DS3 in
BNC panel - rear
ADC
adapter
cables
PORT 2
D3LX CO
DTE
RS-232
PORT 3
DTE
RS-232
SHIELD GND
STATUS
FRAME GND
FAR END
2-4
T
L1
R
T1
L2
R1
DS3 STATUS
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
ENABLE FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
2-3
T
L1
R
T1
L2
R1
2-2
T
L1
R
T1
L2
R1
2-1
T
L1
R
T1
L2
R1
1-4
T
L1
R
T1
L2
R1
1-3
T
L1
R
T1
L2
R1
1-2
T
L1
R
T1
L2
R1
1-1
T
L1
R
T1
L2
R1
–48V
G=ONLINE
OFF=OFFLINE
OPT
APS
A
B
DS3 ONLINE
A
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
RTN
T
R
T1
R1
LMPTST/
APS
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
B
RESET
Loop Extender - front
Loop Extender - rear
D3LX CO
DS3 in and out
CPE - Remote
DS3 in and out
DS3 out
(transmit)
TX
AC/DC
1-1
RX
D3RCAM
D3LX RMT
AC/DC
STATUS
STATUS
TX
FAR END
1-3
RX
DS3 STATUS
ENABLE
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
C
R
A
F
T
DS3 ONLINE
OPT
POWER
POWER
APS
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
G=ONLINE
OFF=OFFLINE
TX
LMPTST/
APS
TX
RESET
2-1
2-3
RX
DS3 in
(receive)
RX
RESET
D3RCAM
D3LX RMT
D3LX LTU
jack block
Four-Position Remote Cabinet - front
Figure 2.
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Front-Panel Description
FRONT-PANEL DESCRIPTION
Figure 3 shows the D3LX CO front panel. Table 1 on page 4 describes the LEDs and other front-panel
components. For pinout diagrams of the D3LX card-edge connector, refer to “D3LX Card-Edge Connector” on
page 38.
D3LX CO
STATUS
FAR END
Status LEDs
DS3 STATUS
Enable pushbutton
ENABLE
Online status LED
DS3 ONLINE
OPT
Fiber-optic
status LEDs
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
APS
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
G=ONLINE
OFF=OFFLINE
LMPTST/
APS
Lamp test force/
Automatic protection
switching pushbutton
RESET
Reset pushbutton
Retaining latch
Figure 3.
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Table 1.
D3LX Front-Panel Description and Status LEDs
Name
Function
LEDs
The LEDs can report the following conditions:
STATUS
FAR END
Activity
Color
Status
Off
Not lit
Blown fuse
On (solid)
Green
Normal operation.
On (solid)
Yellow
Module initializing or performing self test diagnostics or LED test.
On (solid)
Red
Module fault detected.
Off
Not lit
Remote alarms inactive (no alarm).
On (solid)
Yellow
Remote alarm on D3LX CO.
Not lit
Unequipped.
Green
DS3 active.
DS3 STATUS Off
On (solid)
DS3 ONLINE
OPT
APS
ENABLE
pushbutton
On (flashing) Green
DS3 in loopback, output AIS.
On (solid)
DS3 fault (LOS).
Red
On (flashing) Red
DS3 in loopback, output AIS.
Off
Not lit
DS3 offline.
On (solid)
Green
DS3 active.
Off
Not lit
Optical link active (normal operation).
On (solid)
Yellow
BER fault.
On (solid)
Red
Optical link failure (OOF)
Off
Not lit
No protection switching (normal operation).
On (solid)
Yellow
Force manual protection enabled.
On (solid)
Red
Protection switching limit.
Pressed with APS
In a protected system, the active DS3 are force switched to that module.
Note: The ENABLE pushbutton is pressed first and released last.
Pressed with RESET
Cold start reset (service affecting).
Note: The ENABLE pushbutton is pressed first and released last.
LMPTST/APS
pushbutton
Pressed
Lights front-panel LEDs yellow, except for STATUS and DS3 STATUS which light red.
Pressed with ENABLE
In a protected system, the active DS3 are force switched to that module.
Note: The ENABLE pushbutton is pressed first and released last.
RESET
pushbutton
Pressed
Warm start reset (non-service affecting).
Pressed with ENABLE
Cold start reset (service affecting).
Note: The ENABLE pushbutton is pressed first and released last.
Retaining latch
Secures the D3LX when it is firmly seated in the backplane of the chassis and the latch is in the upright position
PROTECTION SWITCHING
The D3LX system may be configured for either protected or non-protected mode. For protected mode, two
modules are installed: working and protect. The working module carries the signal, while the protect module is in
standby. Each working module uses 1 group, physically occupying 2 slots. Each protected module occupies an
additional 2 slots; there are four slots required for each D3LX system.
In protected mode, the offline module is switched into service whenever the D3LX determines that a service fault
has occurred in the online module.
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Automatic Switching
The 1:1 (Line) Protect mode transmits identical traffic across two parallel systems. The working and protect D3LX
modules provide Automatic Protection Switching (APS) compatible with the remote D3LX module. APS is
non-revertive and bidirectional and may be forced or disabled through the front-panel pushbuttons or the SCU
software.
Service is automatically switched from the online D3LX module to the offline module when one or more of the
following events occur:
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Offline module detects a failure in the online module.
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Online module detects an optical failure. (LOS, LOF, or BER threshold is exceeded.)
APS is completed within 50 msec of the initiation of a switch. After the occurrence of three automatic switches
within a 24-hour period, APS is locked out. APS may be enabled again through the front panel interface or the
craft interface.
APS to the offline module can be disabled. To do this, simultaneously press the LMPTST/APS and ENABLE
pushbuttons on the online module’s front panel. APS can be restored by pressing both pushbuttons a second time.
BER Monitoring
The optical link is continuously monitored for bit errors. If the bit errors exceed a predetermined threshold, and
the D3LX is configured for protection, protection switching occurs and an alarm is indicated. The optical alarm
is indicated when the threshold exceeds 10-6 to 10-10 (default is 10-8). The optical switch threshold may be set
between 10-4 and 10-10 (default is 10-6).
Manual Switching
Service can be manually switched from the online D3LX module to the offline module by simultaneously pressing
the LMPTST/APS and ENABLE pushbuttons located on the offline module’s front panel. This disables the APS
causing the APS LED to turn yellow. The ONLINE LED of the new online module (formerly the protect module)
turns green, indicating a successful transfer of service. The ONLINE LED of the new offline module (formerly
the working module) is not lit, indicating it is in standby mode and not carrying the DS3 service.
APPLICATIONS
D3LX modules can be used in a number of solutions:
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Switched Multimegabit Data Service (SMDS) Applications—D3LX modules support the transmission of
SMDS service through the network.
•
Private Line Interconnect Applications—D3LX modules provide private point-to-point LAN interconnect
services through the use of the D3LX.
•
DS3 Video Distance Learning Applications—D3LX modules provide high quality video signal transmission
that is the most cost-effective solution for DS3 video transport.
•
DS3 Asynchronous Transport Mode (ATM) Applications—D3LX modules provide high speed ATM
services using D3LX at a fraction of the cost of an OC-3 multiplexer.
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PREPARING TO INSTALL D3LX MODULES
Prior to installing D3LX modules in chassis confirm that:
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chassis are installed for each module (an LEC for the D3LX CO and a Four-Position Remote Terminal
Cabinet or Two-Position QLX Remote BNC Chassis for the D3LX RMT).
•
a BNC Patch Panel with ADC adapter cables is installed in the CO rack and at the remote site. For more
information about this operation, refer to “Installing the BNC Panel” on page 7.
•
protection switching is enabled (if you plan to employ it). For more information about protection switching,
refer to “Setting Up System Options” on page 19.
•
a meter and variable line attenuator are available.
•
fiber-optic patch cords are of appropriate length and that the connectors are of appropriate type (SC or FC)
for your application.
•
the optical components receive the proper cleaning procedures. For more information about cleaning, refer to
“Appendix B - Cleaning and Mating Fiber-Optic Systems” on page 39.
•
a Soneplex Controller Unit (SCU) version 3.7 or greater is installed in the LEC.
•
any other optional equipment that needs to be installed prior to the D3LX modules, such as an Alarm
Processing Unit (APU) or D3LX Remote Access Module (D3RCAM), is installed. Refer to the optional
equipment documentation for installation information.
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Installing the BNC Panel
INSTALLING THE BNC PANEL
OVERVIEW
The ADC BNC Panel consists of 14 pairs of 75Ω BNC connectors that are part of a system that converts an
electrical DS3 circuit at the CO site into an optical signal that uses WDM to transmit a signal across one
single-mode fiber to a CPE site. The BNC Panel can support 7 working D3LX lines and 7 protection D3LX lines.
(Table 2 on page 8 lists each working slot location as labelled on the front panel of the chassis and its
corresponding protection slot.)
The D3LX CO (CO module) converts the optical signal at the CO site and the D3LX RMT (remote module)
converts the optical signal back into an electrical DS3 and transmits the signal back to the D3LX CO residing in
the Loop Extender Chassis (LEC).
A BNC Panel and ADC adapter cables are required when D3LX modules are installed. Prior to ordering ADC
adapter cables, measure the distance between the BNC Panel and the chassis. For more information about
installing D3LX modules, refer to “Installing a D3LX CO Module in an LEC” on page 9.
INSTALLATION OF THE PANEL
Prior to installing the ADC adapter cables (BNC-3-CBL-WW), remove any existing wires from the
LINE wire-wrap row on the back of the LEC.
1
Mount the panel in the rack.
2
Secure the panel to the rack by using the provided screws.
3
On the front of the panel, connect the DS3 IN (transmit) and DS3 OUT (receive) coax cables as shown in
Figure 4 on page 8. Note the connector numbers on the BNC panel.
In every group of 4 slots, such as 1-1 through 1-4, the right most two slots have cables plugged into the bottom
2 wire-wrap pins (T1 and R1), and the two left most slots have cables plugged into the top 2 wire-wrap pins
(T and R). If it is a protected system or a single D3LX module, then slots 1-2 and 1-4 do not have cables.
For example, a D3LX CO module plugged into slot 1-1 of the chassis or in a 2 D3LX protected system:
•
The DS3 receive cable plugs into the bottom 2 pins T1 and R1 of slot 1-1. This is the DS3 that the D3LX
receives.
•
The DS3 transmit cable is plugged into the top 2 pins T and R of slot 1-3. This is the DS3 that the D3LX
transmits.
In another example, for a D3LX CO module plugged into slot 1-3 of the chassis in an unprotected system:
•
The DS3 receive cable plugs into the bottom 2 pins T1 and R1 of slot 1-2. This is the DS3 that the D3LX
receives.
•
The DS3 transmit cable plugs into the top 2 pins T and R of slot 1-4. This is the DS3 that the D3LX
transmits.
4
From the rear of the panel, connect the coax end of an ADC adapter cable to the DS3 IN (receive) connector.
The connector number must match the connector number on the front of the panel.
5
Connect the wire-wrap conversion block end of the same ADC adapter cable to the T and R EQUIP wire-wrap
posts on the back of the LEC as shown in Figure 4 on page 8. The top of the conversion block mates with the
T and R LINE wire-wrap posts to prevent improper connection.
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From the rear of the panel, connect the coax end of an ADC adapter cable to the DS3 OUT (transmit).
connector. The connector number must match the connector number on the front of the panel.
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Connect the wire-wrap conversion block end of the same ADC adapter cable to the T and R EQUIP wire-wrap
posts on the back of the LEC as shown in Figure 4 on page 8. The top of the conversion block mates with the
T1 and R1 LINE wire-wrap posts to prevent improper connection.
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Repeat this entire procedure for each D3LX module installed.
Table 2.
Tip and Ring Assignments for Protection Switching Applications
Working Card Slot
TX/RX BNC Connector Pair
Protect Card Slot
TX/RX BNC Connector Pair
1-1
1/15
1-3
2/16
2-1
3/17
2-3
4/18
3-1
5/19
3-3
6/20
4-1
7/21
4-3
8/22
5-1
9/23
5-3
10/24
6-1
11/25
6-3
12/26
7-1
13/27
7-3
14/28
DS3 out
(transmit)
DS3 in
(receive)
ADC adapter
cables (coax end)
1
2
3
4
15
16
17
18
19
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
CO rack - rear
DS3 out
DS3 in
ADC adapter
cables
(conversion block end)
BNC panel - rear
BNC panel - front
LINE wire-wrap row
PORT 2
DTE
RS-232
PORT 3
DTE
RS-232
1-1
SHIELD GND
2-4
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
FRAME GND
1-3
T
R
T1
L2
R1
L1
L1
2-3
T
R
T1
L2
R1
L1
2-2
T
R
T1
L2
R1
L1
2-1
T
R
T1
L2
R1
L1
1-4
T
R
T1
L2
R1
L1
1-3
T
R
T1
L2
R1
L1
1-2
T
R
T1
L2
R1
L1
1-1
T
R
T1
L2
R1
L1
–48V
A
A
RTN
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
B
T
R
T1
R1
T
R
T1
R1
Loop Extender - front
CO rack - front
8
L2
B
L2
Figure 4.
L1
Loop Extender - rear
EQUIP wire-wrap row
Mounting the BNC Panel and Connecting ADC Adapter Cables (LEC Shown)
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INSTALLING A D3LX CO MODULE IN AN LEC
Avoid exposure to invisible laser radiation.
•
Do not look into the ends of any optical fiber or directly into the module fiber connectors as
exposure to invisible laser radiation may result.
•
Use a meter to verify active fibers.
•
Do not insert module edge connectors into the chassis connectors before connecting the
optical fiber to the module. Verify that LED indicators are not lit, and the module is not
engaged with the chassis connectors before proceeding.
When using D3LX CO modules in a group, never install other Soneplex modules in any of the
unused slots in the same group.
Remove any existing wire wraps from the LEC backplane prior to installing any ADC adapter
cables (BNC-3-CBL-WW) for the groups that are being used for D3LX modules.
Use the following procedure to install D3LX CO modules in LECs:
1
Select the fiber-optic patch cord with the appropriate length (the measured distance from the Fiber
Distribution Frame or equivalent distribution device) and the appropriate type optical connector (SC or FC
type).
2
Route the fiber patch cord through the top of the chassis, along the heat baffle/fiber management panel. Lower
the cord through the FiberGuide vertical duct to the location reserved for the D3LX CO module as shown in
Figure 5 on page 10. The protective cover must remain on the fiber connector to prevent dust and damage to
the connection. The fiber should be tagged to identify the circuit.
3
Open the front panel of the LEC into which the D3LX CO will be installed.
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Fiber patch cord
FiberGuide vertical duct
Heat baffle/fiber management panel
Figure 5.
Routing the Fiber Patch Cord
4
Locate the mounting slots designated for the D3LX CO modules in the chassis.
5
Refer to Figure 6 on page 11 for D3LX CO module locations chassis and slot corresponding to the DS3
signal.
–
If no protection switching is required, proceed to the next step.
–
If protection switching is required, a working module may be installed in the first slot of any quad group,
such as 1-1, 2-1, 3-1, 4-1, 5-1, 6-1, or 7-1. The protection module is installed in the slot to its immediate
right in the order of 1-3, 2-3, 3-3, 4-3, 5-3, 6-3, or 7-3. For more information on protection switching,
refer to “Protection Switching” on page 4.
Install the working module first, then the protect module.
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Use #1 mounting slots for working D3LX units
Use #3 mounting slots for protect D3LX units
1-3
2-3
1-1
2-1
1
2
D3LX CO
3-3
3-1
3
4-3
5-3
4-1
5-1
4
5
6-3
6-1
7-3
7-1
SCU APU
6
7
S
C
U
D3LX CO
STATUS
STATUS
STATUS
FAR END
FAR END
O
S
S
CR
ETH
MJ
X.25
MN
DS3 STATUS
DS3 STATUS
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
ENABLE FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
DS3 ONLINE
DS3 ONLINE
G=ONLINE
R=LINELOCK
OPT
APS
OFF=OFFLINE
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
C
R
A
F
T
ENABLE FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
ACO
G=ONLINE
R=LINELOCK
OPT
APS
PWR
OFF=OFFLINE
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
LMPTST/
APS
LMPTST/
APS
RESET
RESET
RESET
HSKP
RMT
ALM
DISP RMT
LMPTST
D3LX
Working unit
D3LX
Protect unit
Figure 6.
D3LX Module Locations in Loop Extender Chassis
6
Remove a new module from its protective ESD packaging. If the module is installed, remove it and inspect
for physical damage.
7
Align the module with the slot and slide the module into the chassis until about 3 inches protrude from the
front of the chassis as shown in Figure 7 on page 12. Do not seat module in connector at this time.
8
Remove the protective dust cap from the connector on the D3LX CO module.
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Fiber patch cord
Fiber clip
D3LX CO
Figure 7. Installing the D3LX CO
9
After removing the protective cover from a fiber patch cord, clean the fiber-optic connector and adapter as
directed in “Appendix B - Cleaning and Mating Fiber-Optic Systems” on page 39.
POWER VERIFICATION
Verification of Electrical DS3 Power Level
1
Apply power to the D3LX CO.
2
Attach the fiber patch cord from the D3LX CO to a meter.
3
Confirm that the readings are within the specification (-5 dBm to -23 dBm).
If the reading is not within the specification, check all fiber-optic connections to the D3LX CO.
If the reading is still not within the specification, replace the module.
4
Once the readings are within specification, disconnect the patch cord from the meter.
Now that the DS3 power level meets optical specifications, verify the D3LX CO module.
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Verification of D3LX CO Optical Power
1
Connect an attenuator in series:
•
Connect a patch cord from the meter to the attenuator.
•
Connect a meter patch cord from the attenuator to the module.
2
Using the retaining latch, press the module into the chassis until it is properly seated.
3
Is the STATUS indicator lit green?
4
•
If Yes, continue to next step.
•
If No, repeat steps 1 through 3 with a new D3LX CO module.
On the APU, as shown in Figure 6 on page 11, press the LMPTST/APS pushbutton. Did all D3LX CO
indicators light?
•
If Yes, continue to next step.
•
If No, repeat steps 1 through 3 with a new D3LX CO module.
The module laser is transmitting when power is applied to the module.
5
Confirm that the transmit power is -7 dBm ± 2 dBm.
If the reading is not within this specification, replace the module.
6
Reduce the voltage on the attenuator and confirm that the receive dynamic range is -5 dBm to 123 dBm.
If the reading is not within this specification, replace the module.
Verify that unit is completely disconnected from the chassis connectors before removing the
optical fiber from the plug-in unit. Verify that the far end transmitter is off before proceeding.
Exposure to invisible laser radiation from the optical fiber is possible if the far end transmitter
is transmitting. Verify that all LEDs are off (not illuminated).
7
Release the retaining latch on the D3LX CO module and slide the module out about 3 inches.
8
Disconnect the meter patch cord from the D3LX CO module.
9
Route the fiber out the top of the chassis and adjust as required to remove any excess slack.
10
Guide the fiber with one hand while sliding the module slowly back into the chassis.
Always allow sufficient fiber length to permit routing without severe bends. Fibers may be
permanently damaged if bent/curved to a radius of less than 1.5 inches (3.81 cm).
11
Using the retaining latch, press the module into the chassis until it is properly seated.
12
Did the STATUS indicator light green? (If there is no DS3 signal present, the OPT FAIL indicator is lit red.)
•
If Yes, continue to next step.
•
If No, repeat steps 1 through 10 with a new D3LX CO module.
13
If this is to be a DS3 protected system, repeat the preceding steps to install the protect module in the slot
adjacent to the working module.
14
Repeat entire procedure for each D3LX CO module to be installed.
15
Store excess fiber at the fiber storage device specified in the work instruction.
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INSTALLING A D3LX RMT MODULE IN A
REMOTE CABINET
Avoid exposure to invisible laser radiation.
•
Do not look into the ends of any optical fiber or directly into the module fiber connectors as
exposure to invisible laser radiation may result.
•
Use a meter to verify active fibers.
•
Do not insert module edge connectors into the chassis connectors before connecting the
optical fiber to the module. Verify that LED indicators are not lit, and the module is not
engaged with the chassis connectors before proceeding.
Use the following procedure to install D3LX RMT modules in a Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet or
Two-Position QLX Remote BNC Chassis. After installing the D3LX RMT modules in either chassis, proceed to
“Power Verification” on page 16.
FOUR-POSITION REMOTE TERMINAL CABINET INSTALLATION
To install first the working module, and then the protect module (if installing D3LX RMT modules in protection
switching applications):
1
Open the front panel of the remote terminal into which the D3LX RMT will be installed.
2
Route the fiber patch cord through the top of the chassis and around the radius limiters as shown in Figure 8.
The protective cover must remain on the fiber connector to prevent dust and damage to the connection. The
fiber should be tagged to identify the circuit.
Fiber-optic patch cord
Fiber-optic loop
Radius limiters
Figure 8.
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Routing the Fiber Through a Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet
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3
Locate the mounting slots designated for the D3LX RMT modules in the chassis. If protection switching is
required, a working module installs in the first slot of a quad group, such as 1-1 or 2-1. The protection module
installs in the slot to the right of the working module, slot 1-2 or 2-2.
4
Refer to Figure 9 for D3LX RMT module locations chassis and slot corresponding to the DS3 signal.
–
If no protection switching is required, proceed to the next step.
–
If protection switching is required, a working module may be installed in the first slot of any quad group,
such as 1-1 or 2-1. The protection module is installed in the slot to its immediate right in the order of 1-3
or 2-3. For more information on protection switching, refer to “Protection Switching” on page 4.
Install the working module first, then the protect module.
5
Remove a new module from its protective ESD packaging. If the module is installed, remove it and inspect
for physical damage.
6
Align the module with the slot and slide the module into the chassis until about three inches protrude from
the front of the chassis. Do not seat module in connector at this time.
7
Remove the protective dust cap from the connector on the D3LX RMT module.
Fiber clip
Fiber patch cord
D3LX RMT
AC/DC
D3LX RMT
STATUS
STATUS
FAR END
FAR END
DS3 STATUS
ENABLE
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
ENABLE
D3LX RMT
STATUS
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
FAIL
ERROR
NET
FAIL
ERROR
EOP
STATUS
STATUS
FAR END
MN
FAR END
DS3 STATUS
DS3 STATUS
ENABLE
ENABLE
TX
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
ACO
DS3 ONLINE
OPT
POWER
POWER
APS
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
G=ONLINE
OFF=OFFLINE
DS3 ONLINE
OPT
APS
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
LMPTST/
APS
LMPTST/
APS
RESET
RESET
RX
D3LX RMT
MJ
APS
C
R
A
F
T
1-1
CR
ENABLE
DS3 STATUS
TX
A
P
U
DS3 CAM
D3RCAM
AC/DC
Fiber clip
Fiber guides
CRAFT
DS3 ONLINE
G=ONLINE
OFF=OFFLINE
PWR
OPT
HSKP
RESET
APS/LMP TST
RMT
ALM
DISP RMT
APS
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
G=ONLINE
R=LINELOCK
OFF=OFFLINE
DS3 ONLINE
OPT
APS
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
LMPTST/
APS
LMPTST/
APS
RESET
RESET
G=ONLINE
R=LINELOCK
OFF=OFFLINE
TX
TX
1-3
2-1
2-3
RX
RX
RX
LMPTST
Fiber
management
enclosure
Figure 9.
1-1
1-3 D3RCAM
APU
D3LX RMT modules
2-1
2-3
D3LX LTU
jack block
D3LX RMT Module Locations in a Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet
8
After removing the protective cover from a fiber patch cord, confirm that the fiber-optic connector is free of
debris as directed in “Appendix B - Cleaning and Mating Fiber-Optic Systems” on page 39.
9
Proceed to “Power Verification” on page 16.
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TWO-POSITION QLX REMOTE BNC CHASSIS INSTALLATION
To install first the working module, and then the protect module (if installing D3LX RMT modules in protection
switching applications):
LMPTST/
APS
RESET
G=ONLINE
OFF=OFFLINE
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
DS3 ONLINE
OPT
C
R
A
F
T
D3RCAM
APS
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
DS3 STATUS
ENABLE
FAR END
D3LX RMT
STATUS
DISP RMT
RMT
ALM
RESET
PWR
HSKP
ACO
MJ
MN
STATUS
A
P
U
D3RCAM
LMPTST/
APS
RESET
DS3 ONLINE
FAIL
BER
LOCKOUT
FORCE
APS
OPT
ENABLE
FAR END
DS3 STATUS
STATUS
Fiber
management
enclosure
CR
Route the fiber patch cord through the left side of the fiber management enclosure located on the remote
terminal as shown in Figure 10. The protective cover must remain on the fiber connector to prevent dust and
damage to the connection. The fiber should be tagged to identify the circuit.
G=ONLINE
OFF=OFFLINE
2
R=FAULT
G=O.K.
FLASH=LBK
OFF=UNEQPP
Open the front panel of the remote terminal into which the D3LX RMT will be installed.
D3LX RMT
1
APU
D3LX RMT modules
Figure 10. D3LX RMT Module Locations in a Two-Position QLX Remote BNC Chassis
3
Locate the mounting slots designated for the D3LX RMT modules in the chassis.
4
Refer to Figure 10 for D3LX RMT module locations chassis and slot corresponding to the DS3 signal.
5
Remove a new module from its protective ESD packaging. If the module is installed, remove it and inspect
for physical damage.
6
Align the module with the slot and slide the module into the chassis until about three inches protrude from
the front of the chassis. Do not seat module in connector at this time.
7
Remove the protective dust cap from the connector on the D3LX RMT module.
8
After removing the protective cover from a fiber patch cord, confirm that the fiber-optic connector is free of
debris as directed in “Appendix B - Cleaning and Mating Fiber-Optic Systems” on page 39.
9
Proceed to “Power Verification” on page 16.
POWER VERIFICATION
Verification of Electrical DS3 Power Level
1
Apply power to the D3LX RMT.
2
Attach the fiber patch cord from the D3LX RMT to a meter.
3
Confirm that the readings are within the specification (-5 dBm to -23 dBm).
If the reading is not within the specification, check all fiber-optic connections to the D3LX RMT.
If the reading is still not within the specification, replace the module.
4
Once the readings are within specification, disconnect the patch cord from the meter.
Now that the DS3 power level meets optical specifications, verify the D3LX RMT module.
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Verification of Optical Power
1
Connect an attenuator in series:
•
Connect a patch cord from the meter to the attenuator.
•
Connect a meter patch cord from the attenuator to the module.
2
Using the retaining latch, press the module into the chassis until it is properly seated.
3
Is the STATUS indicator lit green?
4
•
If Yes, continue to next step.
•
If No, repeat steps 1 through 3 with a new D3LX RMT module.
On the APU, as shown in Figure 9 on page 15, press the LMPTST/APS pushbutton. Did all D3LX RMT
indicators light?
•
If Yes, continue to next step.
•
If No, repeat steps 1 through 3 with a new D3LX RMT module.
The module laser is transmitting when power is applied to the module.
5
Confirm that the transmit power is -7 dBm ± 2 dBm.
If the reading is not within this specification, replace the module.
6
Reduce the voltage on the attenuator and confirm that the receive dynamic range is -5 to -23 dBm.
If the reading is not within this specification, replace the module.
Verify that unit is completely disconnected from the chassis connectors before removing the
optical fiber from the plug-in unit. Verify that the far end transmitter is off before proceeding.
Exposure to invisible laser radiation from the optical fiber is possible if the far end transmitter
is transmitting. Verify that all LEDs are off (not illuminated).
7
Release the retaining latch on the D3LX RMT module and slide the module out about 3 inches.
8
Disconnect the meter patch cord from the D3LX RMT module.
The D3LX RMT module optical power level specification is now verified.
9
10
Route the fiber out the top of the chassis and adjust as required to remove any excess slack.
Guide the fiber with one hand while sliding the module slowly back into the chassis.
Always allow sufficient fiber length to permit routing without severe bends. Fibers may be
permanently damaged if bent/curved to a radius of less than 1.5 inches (3.81 cm).
11
Using the retaining latch, press the module into the chassis until it is properly seated. If there is excessive
resistance, withdraw the module and check for alignment or obstructions.
12
Did the STATUS indicator light green? (If there is no DS3 signal present, the OPT FAIL indicator is lit red.)
•
If Yes, continue to next step.
•
If No, repeat steps 1 through 10 with a new D3LX RMT module.
13
If this is to be a DS3 protected system, repeat the preceding steps to install the protect module in the slot
adjacent to the working module.
14
Repeat entire procedure for each D3LX RMT module to be installed.
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Store the remaining slack fiber on the left side of the fiber management enclosure within the remote cabinet,
leaving 5 to 6 inches of slack fiber above the upper card guide to provide a service loop.
PROVISIONING
In D3LX systems, provisioning occurs automatically if a remote module is installed. In the event that a remote
module is not installed or properly functioning, refer to the manual provisioning process below.
MANUAL
Manual provisioning of the D3LX system may be performed locally through the SCU (version 3.7 or later) or
remotely through the D3RCAM. Craft interface software provides a user-friendly menu driven program to option
the modules in the system and maintain a provisioning database at the central office. In the chassis with the SCU,
provisioning instructions pass to resident modules through communication channels embedded in the backplane
of the chassis.
Perform manual provisioning through the craft interface of the D3LX module after installation or when changes
occur in the network system configuration. For complete information about manual provisioning, refer to the
Soneplex Loop Extender System Operation and Maintenance Manual (Version S1.0), document ADCP-61-494
and Soneplex Shelf Controller User Manual (V3.7).
AUTOMATIC
Automatic provisioning occurs in a previously provisioned system when replacing the D3LX module or when
power to the module is lost and then restored. In systems with D3LXs at the CO, the SCU provides provisioning
data to the module (slot) that powers up, based on the database established when the system was previously
provisioned.
When an SCU is replaced at the CO, the new SCU module requests provisioning data from the
D3LX CO modules in the local chassis and from the remote modules optically connected to
them. Additionally, the SCU retains its provisioning database up to 24 hours after power is lost.
The following items are configured during provisioning:
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•
Protect or Non-Protect operation
•
BER Minor Alarm Threshold (range, 10-6 to 10-10)
•
BER Switch Threshold (range, 10-4 to 10-10)
•
Equipped/Unequipped state
•
Line State
–
In-Service (IS)
–
Out of Service (OOS)
•
Alarm reporting options. For more information, see “Alarm Setting During Provisioning” on page 19.
•
Line Buildout (range: two segments between 0 - 450 ft)
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OTHER PROVISIONING CONSIDERATIONS
Alarm Setting During Provisioning
The D3LX generates alarms on conditions occurring in the D3LX CO modules DS3 facility. The severity of the
alarm conditions as Critical, Major, Minor, or Event is selected while provisioning. The alarms are handed off to
an Alarm Processing Unit (APU) which acts as an interface between the D3LX modules and the customer alarm
monitoring equipment. For more information on alarms, see “Configuring D3LX Alarms” on page 25.
D3 Remote Craft Access Module (D3RCAM) Option
The D3RCAM is a plug-in module for the D3LX system which provides a craft interface at the remote site.
Additionally, the D3RCAM works in conjunction with the APU and the D3LX modules to display alarm
information for the remote chassis or terminal.
SETTING UP SYSTEM OPTIONS
To configure D3LX system options, you must connect a maintenance terminal to an available craft port. You may
select either the SCU or Ports 2 or 3 (local) or the D3RCAM (remote) craft port.
•
If you are using the SCU, refer to “Connecting a Maintenance Terminal to the SCU Craft Port” on page 19.
•
If you are using the D3RCAM, refer to “Connecting a Maintenance Terminal to the D3RCAM Craft Port” on
page 20.
CONNECTING A MAINTENANCE TERMINAL TO THE SCU CRAFT PORT
Connect the VT100 compatible terminal or host computer to the interface port as follows:
1
For initial setup, connect the local maintenance terminal to the SCU craft port (on front panel). After
configuration, the SCU may be connected to ports 2 or 3 on the backplane of the LEC. For more information
on Ports 2 and 3 located on the LEC, refer to Soneplex Loop Extender System Operation and Maintenance
Manual, ADCP-61-494. See Table 3 for chassis port descriptions.
Table 3.
Chassis Port Description
SCU Front-Panel Craft Port
Ports 2 and 3
Function—DCE connection on the installed SCU module (see Figure 11 on
page 20)
DTE connections on the chassis backplane. Ports
provide an RS (EIA-232) interface.
Cable Type—Straight-through cable (26 AWG or larger, stranded pairs,
overall shielding, common for all leads).
A null-modem cable or adapter.
Connector—Type DB-9 receptacle.
Type DB-25 receptacle.
2
Connect one end of the interface cable to the maintenance terminal and the other end to the craft port located
on the front of the SCU as shown in Figure 11.
3
Start a terminal emulation program such as Procomm that emulates a VT100 terminal.
4
Configure the maintenance terminal to the following communication settings:
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9600 baud
•
No parity
•
8 data bits
•
1 stop bit
•
Hardware flow control to OFF
Maintenance
terminal
Serial
COM port
LEC
Craft port
Interface cable
Figure 11.
Connecting a Maintenance Terminal to the SCU
The default port configuration for the SCU craft port is CRAFT. Ports 2 and 3 must be configured
for CRAFT before the craft interface may be accessed via these ports.
5
At the maintenance terminal, press
ENTER
. The Enter User Name field appears.
CONNECTING A MAINTENANCE TERMINAL TO THE D3RCAM CRAFT
PORT
20
1
Locate the D3RCAM in the remote cabinet. The D3RCAM craft port is located on the front of the D3RCAM.
2
Select the cable for use between the craft port and the maintenance terminal with a DB-9 (male) connector at
one end and a maintenance terminal connector at the other end.
3
Connect one end of the interface cable to the maintenance terminal and the other end to the D3RCAM craft
port as shown in Figure 12.
4
Start a terminal emulation program such as Procomm that emulates a VT100 terminal.
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Setting Up System Options
At the maintenance terminal, press
ENTER
. The Enter User Name field appears.
Maintenance
terminal
Serial
COM port
STAT
US
C
R
A
F
T
RESE
T
Four-position remote
terminal chassis
Craft port
Interface cable
Figure 12.
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NAVIGATING THROUGH CRAFT INTERFACE MENUS
Many of the operations that follow require the use of the craft interface.
To select a menu from the craft interface, do one of the following:
•
Press the number of the menu.
•
Use the
← →
arrow keys to select the menu and press
ENTER
.
Table 4 summarizes the navigational keys, which are also listed in the on-screen Help menu.
Table 4.
Navigational Keys for the Craft Interface Screens During Telnet Sessions
Key (a)
Function
SPACEBAR
Cycles through selections.
ENTER
Activates the current setting or choice, or display a menu.
ESC
Returns to the previous menu.
↑
Selects the line or item above the current one.
↓
Selects the line or item below the current one.
→
Selects the next page or item to the right of the current one.
←
Selects the previous page or item to the left of the current one or returns to the previous menu.
Menu number
Selects the menu or item.
CTRL
+ T
Returns to Main menu.
CTRL
+ P
Returns to previous menu.
CTRL
+ D
Terminates the session (logout).
CTRL
+ A
Displays the Help menu.
CTRL
+ E
Jumps to Active Alarm menu.
CTRL
+ G
Jumps to Shelf Status screen.
CTRL
+ R
Refreshes the screen.
(a) Legacy management units require the use of control keys instead of arrow keys.
Most VT100 emulation programs support a print screen option. For Windows-based programs,
such as Procomm or HyperTerminal, see the Help menu for instructions.
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LOCAL CONFIGURATION
A D3LX system can be configured locally by an SCU (version 3.7 or later) with a D3LX CO module in an LEC.
It can also be configured remotely by a D3RCAM with a D3LX RMT module installed in a remote chassis. See
“Remote Configuration” on page 33 for the procedure configuring remotely using the D3RCAM.
The following details the local configuration procedure.
CONFIGURING THE D3LX SYSTEM THROUGH
THE SCU
3. Unit Configuration
Use the craft interface system menu to view or edit the configuration for
each D3LX module in the chassis. This menu can also be used to equip,
provision, assign thresholds, and assign service state.
1
4. D3LX Configuration
Connect a maintenance terminal to the craft port on the SCU front panel and log on to the craft interface
system as described in “Connecting a Maintenance Terminal to the SCU Craft Port” on page 19.
See “Navigating Through Craft Interface Menus” on page 22 for detailed information on making
selections.
2
From the Main menu, select 3. Unit Configuration.
3
From the Unit Configuration menu, select 4. D3LX Configuration.
The D3LX Configuration appears as shown in Figure 13.
Figure 13.
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Press CTRL + A for assistance when making selections.
4
Configure the fields as detailed in the Table 5 and assign the selections by pressing
5
Repeat Steps 2 through 5 for each D3LX system installed in the chassis.
Table 5.
Field Name
Type
Unit Equip State
Toggle
Unit Service State
Toggle
Unit Protect State
Toggle
Optical Service State
Toggle
ENTER
.
D3LX CO Configuration Fields–SCU V3.7 or later
Options
Description
Default
EQUIPPED
Establishes communication with SCU. Module
must be set to EQUIPPED before remaining
selections are allowed.
UNEQUIPPED
No communication with SCU.
IN SERVICE
Places the unit in service and allows equipment
alarm reporting by the SCU. Must be set to IS
for reporting of equipment alarms.
OUT OF SERVICE
Removes unit from service and stops
equipment alarm reporting by the SCU.
PROTECTED
Line protection
UNPROTECTED
No protection
IN SERVICE
Places facility in service and enables T2 alarm
reporting by the D3LX CO.
OUT OF SERVICE
Removes facility from service and stops T2
alarm reporting by the D3LX CO.
UNEQUIPPED
OOS
Unprotected
OOS
Optical BER Alarm
Threshold
Toggle
Set to OFF or set
between 10-6 and 10-10
The average Bit Error Ratios of both the
incoming optical signals are monitored by the
D3LX CO. By monitoring BERs, the D3LX CO is
capable of triggering a minor alarm when any of
the monitored signals degrades below the BER
threshold level.
10-8
Optical BER Switch
Threshold
Toggle
Range from 10-4 to
10-10
Sets the threshold at which the APS will be
executed.
10-6
DS3 Provisioned
(set for each T1)
Toggle
YES
Brings up T1 default settings and allows
configuration changes.
NO
NO
No configuration changes allowed.
IN SERVICE
Select IS after completing the remaining configurations.
OUT OF SERVICE
Leave this field at OUT OF SERVICE (versus IN
SERVICE) at this time to avoid undesirable
reporting of alarms.
DS3 Service State
Toggle
OOS
DS3 Transmit LBO
Local
Toggle
0–225 ft., 226–450 ft.
The DS1 signal output provides standard DSX
signal levels which can be compensated for at
various distances, such as cable length.
0–225 ft.
DS3 Transmit LBO
Remote
Toggle
0–225 ft., 226–450 ft.
The DS1 signal output provides standard DSX
signal levels which can be compensated for at
various distances, such as cable length.
0–225 ft.
Continued
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Table 5.
Field Name
Housekeeping Labels
1 and 2
Type
Input
D3LX CO Configuration Fields–SCU V3.7 or later (Continued)
Options
Description
Enter up to 8
alphanumeric
characters.
Default
Enter the remote housekeeping alarm label you SCU V3.7 = Blank
want for each field; the fields can be edited to
create customized labels. When a
housekeeping alarm occurs, for example, door
ajar, water on the floor, or fire alarm, the name
assigned is displayed in the condition column
of the Alarm History and Active Alarms screens.
* This field shows as N/A if D3RCAM is not installed at the Four-Position Remote Terminal Cabinet or Two-Position QLX Remote BNC
Chassis.
CONFIGURING D3LX ALARMS
1. Alarms
Use this procedure to set alarm indicators for equipment, optical
facilities, and DS3 facilities groups for each D3LX CO module. You
can select CRITICAL (CR), MAJOR (MJ), MINOR (MN), EVENT
(EV), or NOT RPTD (not reported) for each field.
6. Set Alarm Levels
7. Set D3LX Alarm Levels
Setting Alarm Levels
1
From the Main menu, select 1. Alarms.
2
From the Alarms menu, select 6. Set Alarms Levels.
3
From the Set Alarm Levels menu, select 7. Set D3LX Alarm Levels.
The D3LX CO Alarm Levels screen appears as shown in Figure 14 on page 26.
4
In the Group toggle field, use
5
From the Equipment Alarms, Optical Facility Alarms, and DS3 Facility Alarms fields, select CRITICAL
(CR), MAJOR (MJ), MINOR (MN), EVENT (EV), or NOT RPTD (not reported) for each field. Default
alarm levels are shown in Table 6 on page 26. Assign the selections by pressing ENTER
SPACEBAR
to select the group number (1-7).
Abbreviations of the alarm field options (except NOT RPTD) appear in the Active Alarms and
Alarm History screens. The option you select for a particular type of alarm determines whether
you will be notified when that type alarm occurs: critical, major, and minor alarms are audible
and visual notifications, events are system actions without audible and visual notifications, and
not reported alarms do not require notification.
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Figure 14.
Table 6.
D3LX Alarm Setting Menu
D3LX Alarm Level Defaults
Condition
Alarm Level Default
Equipment Alarms
BOARD FAIL
Major
COMM FAIL
Major
CONFIG MISMATCH
Minor
HSKP1, HSKP2
Minor
PROTECT COMM FAIL
Minor
OPTICAL COMM FAIL
Minor
VERSION MISMATCH
Minor
Optical Facility Alarms
APS LIMIT
Minor
FORCE TO WORK
Minor
FORCE TO PROT
Minor
LASER DEGRADE
Minor
OPTICAL LOF
Major
OPTICAL LOS
Major
T-BER
Minor
DS3 Facility Alarm
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LOOPED BACK
Minor
RECEIVE LOS
Major
TRANSMIT LOS
Minor
RECEIVE AIS
Major
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Local Configuration
DISPLAYING D3LX STATUS
2. Display Status
Use this procedure to display the status of both working and protect
modules in local and remote sites.
5. Display D3LX Status
1
From the Main menu, select 2. Display Status.
2
From the Alarms menu, select 5. Display D3LX Status (as shown in Figure 16).
3
Use
SPACEBAR , ← , → , ↓
, and
↑
to select the group and slot to display.
Figure 15.
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VIEWING LOOPBACK STATUS AND
PERFORMING LOOPBACK COMMANDS
Use this procedure to view loopbacks and send loopback
commands for a specific D3LX system.
4. Loopback Status Commands
1. High/Low Speed Loopback
Status Commands
1
From the Main menu, select 6. System Maintenance.
2
From the System Maintenance menu, select
4. Loopback Status Commands.
3
From the Loopback Status/Commands menu, select 1. High/Low Speed Loopback
Status/Commands (as shown in Figure 16) to view the status of current loopbacks and to enable new
loopback tests for low-speed modules and their associated components.
4
Use SPACEBAR , ← , → , ↓ , and ↑ to select the group and slot to display, populate each data field according
to your requirements, then assign the selections by pressing ENTER .
Figure 16.
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6. System Maintenance
Loopback Status and Commands
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PERFORMANCE MONITORING
7. Performance Maintenance
Use this procedure to monitor the performance of modules on both
the near and far end of D3LX systems.
1
From the Main menu, select 7. Performance
Monitoring.
2
From the Performance Monitoring menu, select
DS3/E3 PM Configuration (as shown in Figure 17).
3
In PM Reports, select DS3/E3 Far End PM Configuration.
1. PM Configuration
2. PM Reports
To change the type of report, select the Group and Circuit, then select Local or Remote, 15 Minute, Daily, or
Summary.
4
Use SPACEBAR , ← , → , ↓ , and ↑ to select the group and slot to display, populate each data field according
to your requirements, then assign the selections by pressing ENTER .
Figure 17.
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Performance Monitoring Menu–DS3/E3 PM Configuration Shown
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PERFORMING SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
Use this procedure to perform the system maintenance commands
listed.
1
From the Main menu, select 6. System Maintenance.
2
From the System Maintenance menu, select
•
•
•
•
3
1. Force/APS Commands, and then select
1. Commands for Optical Facilities to view
and force line protection for the available circuits,
2. Reset/LED Test Commands to reset the selected
D3LX module or verify that its LEDs are working properly,
6. System Maintenance
1. Force/APS Commands
2. Reset/LED Test Commands
3. Execute ACO (Alarm Cut-Off)
4. Loopback Status/Commands
4. Loopback Status Commands, and then select 1,
High/Low Speed Loopback Status/Commands
to view the loopback status or perform loopbacks on the
selected D3LX, or
5. Display Inventory
8. Trouble Isolation (as shown in Figure 18 on
page 31), and then select the Group and Slot.
6. Display Circuit IDs
Use SPACEBAR , ← , → , ↓ , and ↑ to select the group and slot to
display, populate each data field according to your requirements,
then assign the selections by pressing ENTER .
7. SCU-860 Data Transfer
8. Trouble Isolation
9. Metallic Loop Qualification
(MLQ Capable Chassis Required)
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Figure 18.
System Maintenance–Trouble Isolation Screen Shown
LOGGING OFF
To log off from anywhere on the system during a Telnet session, press
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CTRL
+ D.
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REMOVING D3LX MODULES
D3LX
CO
STAT
US
FAR
DS3
END
STAT
US
ENAB
LE
DS3
ONLI
NE
LEC
Optical receptical
Optical connector
Fiber patch cord
D3LX module
Figure 19.
Removing a D3LX Module–D3LX CO Shown
Do not look into the ends of any optical fiber or into any plug-in module connector. Exposure to
invisible laser radiation may cause permanent eye damage. A meter should be used to verify
active fibers.
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1
For SC-type connectors: pull down on the retaining latch and withdraw the unit halfway out of the chassis
while preventing the fiber-optic cord from binding. Release the fiber-optic patch cord from the optical
receptacle by gently pulling back on the locking mechanism and remove the cord as shown in Figure 19.
2
For FC-type connectors: unscrew the threaded cap counterclockwise and withdraw the unit halfway out of
the chassis while preventing the fiber-optic cord from binding.
3
Replace the protective cap on the optical connector located on the circuit board.
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Remote Configuration
REMOTE CONFIGURATION
Use the D3RCAM craft interface system menu to view or edit the configuration for each D3LX RMT module in
the chassis. This menu can also be used to equip, provision, assign thresholds, and assign service state. The
D3RCAM Configuration menu is shown in Figure 22 on page 34.
1
Connect a maintenance terminal to the craft port on the D3RCAM front panel. Logon to the craft interface
system as described in “Connecting a Maintenance Terminal to the D3RCAM Craft Port” on page 20.
The Main Menu appears, as shown in Figure 20. If the Main Menu does not appear, check the terminal
communication parameters (or computer software interface) and retry this procedure.
Figure 20.
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D3RCAM Craft Interface Main Menu
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D3RCAM MENU
The D3RCAM Main Menu (as shown in Figure 21) displays following configuration options:
Unit
Configuration
Display
Status
Alarms
Display Active Alarms
Display Shelf Status
Display Alarm Summary
Display D3LX Status
System
Date/Time
System
Maintenance
Help
Protection Switch Status/Commands
D3LX Group 1
D3LX Group 2
Display Alarm History
Reset/LED Test Command
Clear Alarm History
Execute ACO (Alarm Cut-Off)
Loopback Status/Commands
Display Inventory
Figure 21. D3RCAM Menu Tree
UNIT CONFIGURATION
Use this procedure to configure each D3LX RMT module installed in the remote chassis. Refer to your work order
for configuration settings.
Please note that it is not necessary to configure each card in a working and protect system. Both
working and protect cards are provisioned at the same time. Provisioning can be done from
either the CO or remote end.
Additionally, configuration must be done prior to testing an D3LX circuit from the remote end.
Figure 22. Unit Configuration Screen
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1
From the Main menu, select 3. Unit Configuration.
2
Within the Unit Configuration screen (see Figure 22 on page 34), select the Group number that corresponds to
the D3LX circuit you want to configure, based on the module’s position in the remote unit.
3
Select each field parameter and move from field to field as shown in Table 7. Assign the selections by
pressing ENTER .
Leave Unit Service State field set to OOS (Out of Service) until the Unit Equip State has been set.
This prevents false alarms. Set the Unit Service State to IS (In Service).
4
Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for each D3LX RMT system installed in the chassis.
Table 7. Unit Configuration Fields–D3RCAM Version 1.0 or later
Field Name
Type
Unit Equip State
Toggle
Unit Service State
Toggle
Unit Protect State
DS3 Provisioned
DS3 Service State
Optical Service State
Toggle
Toggle
Toggle
Toggle
Options
Description
EQUIPPED
Establishes communication with D3RCAM.
Module must be set to EQUIPPED before
remaining selections are allowed.
UNEQUIPPED
No communication with D3RCAM.
IN SERVICE
Places the unit in service and allows equipment
alarm reporting by the D3RCAM. Must be set to
IS for reporting of equipment alarms.
OUT OF SERVICE
Removes unit from service and stops
equipment alarm reporting by the D3RCAM.
PROTECTED
Line protection
UNPROTECTED
No protection
YES
Brings up DS3 default settings and allows
configuration changes.
NO
No configuration changes allowed.
IN SERVICE
Select IS after completing the remaining configurations.
OUT OF SERVICE
Leave this field at OUT OF SERVICE (versus IN
SERVICE) at this time to avoid undesirable
reporting of alarms.
IN SERVICE
Places facility in service and enables T3 alarm
reporting by the D3LX RMT.
OUT OF SERVICE
Removes facility from service and stops T3
alarm reporting by the D3LX RMT.
Default
UNEQUIPPED
OOS
Unprotected
NO
OOS
OOS
Optical BER Alarm
Threshold
Toggle
Set to OFF or set
between 10-6 and 10-10
The average Bit Error Ratios of both the
incoming optical signals are monitored by the
D3LX RMT. By monitoring BERs, the D3LX CO
is capable of triggering a minor alarm when any
of the monitored signals degrades below the
BER threshold level.
10-8
Optical BER Switch
Threshold
Toggle
Range from 10-4 to
10-10
Sets the threshold at which the APS will be
executed.
10-6
DS3 Remote LBO
Toggle
0–225 ft., 226–450 ft.
The DS3 signal output provides standard DSX
signal levels which can be compensated for at
various distances, such as cable length.
0–225 ft.
DS3 Local LBO
Toggle
0–225 ft., 226–450 ft.
The DS3 signal output provides standard DSX
signal levels which can be compensated for at
various distances, such as cable length.
0–225 ft.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Before the system tests are started, the fiber-optic network and DS3 lines at both ends must be connected. The
STATUS and DS3 ONLINE LEDs should be illuminated green.
Table 8 is intended as an aid in localizing trouble. If trouble is encountered with the operation of the D3LX, verify
that all installer connections are correct and that the options are configured properly. If technical assistance is
required, refer to “Appendix C - Product Support” on page 41. ADC strongly recommends that no internal
(component level) repairs be attempted on the module. The only field service should be a fuse or module
replacement. Any unauthorized adjustments or repairs may void the unit’s warranty.
D3LX
Status
LED red?
Yes
Status LED
still red?
Press Reset
on D3LX.
Status LED
green?
Reseat
D3LX.
STOP!
STOP!
Yes
Is optical
receive level
within specs?
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
D3LX Opt
Fail/BER
LED red or
yellow?
Yes
Check and correct
fiber problems, (i.e.,
back reflections, etc.).
Reinsert D3LX.
Opt Fail/
BER LED
still on?
Yes
Replace
D3LX.
Yes
STOP!
No
No
No
Call ADC.
Correct optical receive
level (i.e., clean
connectors, remove
attenuators, etc.).
D3LX APS
Lockout/
Force
LED red?
Problem
resolved?
Yes
STOP!
STOP!
Determine reason for
lockout (i.e., online card
removed, borderline
fiber levels, etc.). Correct
condition.
Press Reset
on D3LX. Is
condition still
present?
No
Yes
No
STOP!
D3LX APS
Lockout/
Force LED
yellow?
Yes
Service has been manually switched
for maintenance purposes. May be
cleared through the Craft Interface or
Reset button on D3LX front panel.
STOP!
No
D3LX
Remote
LED
yellow?
No
Yes
Press DISP RMT
on APU.
Other LEDs may light to
indicate the cause of remote
alarm. Go to the Craft
Interface Active Alarms
display to determine cause.
STOP!
STOP!
Table 8.
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Appendix A - Specifications
APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS
Table 9.
Parameter
DS3
Input Frequency
Input Level
Interface Standard
Output Signal
Line Buildout - Software selectable
Input/ Output Impedance
Power
Consumption/Dissipation
Supply Voltage
Supply Current
Optical
Fiber Cable
Transmit Wavelength
D3LX CO
D3LX RMT
Optical Connector
Transmit Device
Receive Device
Transmit Power
Receive Dynamic Range
Minimum Optical Budget
BER Threshold for Protection Switching
BER Threshold for Minor Alarm
Dimensions
Size (H x W x D)
D3LX Module Specifications
Specifications
Remarks
44.736 Mbps
+5.7 dBm to -7.3 dBm
DSX-3 Bipolar
Within DSX-3 template
0 to 225, 226 to 450 ft.
75Ω ± 5%
6W
-42.0 to -56.0 Vdc
110 mA typical @ -48V
125 mA max. @ -48V
9/125 µm single-mode
1550 nm ± 40 nm
1310 nm ± 40 nm
SC or FC
Laser
PIN Photodiode
-7 dBm ± 2 dBm
-5 dBm to -23 dBm
13 dB
8.5 x 10-4 to 1 x 10-10
1 x 10-4 to 1 x 10-10
Nominal
Per catalog number
Average Power
Software selectable threshold
Software selectable threshold
Weight
4.4 x 1.4 x 9.2 in.
(11.2 x 3.6 x 23.4 cm)
1.0 lb (.45 kg)
Each module
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Humidity
-40°C to +65°C (-40°F to + 149°F)
-40°C to +80°C (-40°F to + 176°F)
5% to 95%
5% to 95%
No condensation
No condensation
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D3LX CARD-EDGE CONNECTOR
Figure 23 shows the pin assignments of the card-edge connector on the D3LX card. Active pins are highlighted
in black.
CHASSIS GND
-48 VDC B
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
-48 VDC RTNB
ACOSWITCH
AMAJ
AMIN
VMAL
VMIN
GND
REMALM
DS3RXRING2
DS3RXTIP2
DS3RXRING1
DS3RXTIP1
DS3RXRING2
DS3RXTIP2
DS3RXRING1
DS3RXTIP1
TXMATECOMDAT
TXMATECOMDAT
HSKPB
TXMATECOMCLK
TXMATECOMCLK
DISPLAYREM
GND
GND
GND
MPUCLKIN
MPUCLKIN
PS2 ALM
GND
GND
GND
MPUDATOUT
MPUDATIN
MATEBRDFAIL
MPUDATOUT
MPUDATIN
MYBRDFAIL
MPUFAIL
SLOTADD3
SLOTADD4
TESTLED
SLOTADD0
SLOTADD1
SLOTADD2
-48 VDC RTNA
GND
-48 VDC A
A
B
C
Figure 23. D3LX Card-Edge Connector
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Appendix B - Cleaning and Mating Fiber-Optic Systems
APPENDIX B - CLEANING AND MATING
FIBER-OPTIC SYSTEMS
The performance of a fiber-optic system is mainly dependent on the fiber-optic connector cleaning procedures
performed before installation. Clean all connectors and adapters before making any connections.
CLEANING
1
Assemble the required cleaning materials shown in Figure 24:
•
Lint-free laboratory wipes
•
Cotton tipped swabs
•
Isopropyl alcohol in a pressurized dispenser
•
Lint-free pipe cleaners
•
Clean, dry, oil-free compressed air
MAHL
B
FLF
BKU
MA HS
FFAH
MA H
SF F
M
KU
LF
LF
AH
UL
BK L
WL KU
BO WLB
LF BO
LFS
HS
MA HSLF
MA
O OB
WBK
OBWB BU H H
KB UH
H
DR
100
SIX INCH
PIPE
CLEANERS
ISO PR O P Y L
A L CO HO L
Q-Tips
SDLJF;LETHIEDF
O L AI SO P R OP Y LC O H
PLAISOP OPYLCOL
PLAISOPROPYLCOL
PRO
SINGLE TIPPED
APPLICATIONORS
ASKLHF;
SDA
KDL
PIPE
CLEANERS
KDLF;L
100
SIX INCH
Figure 24.
2
3
4
Cleaning Materials
Clean connectors as follows:
a
Moisten a lint-free wipe with alcohol and then wipe completely around the connector ferrule twice; wipe
several times across the tip.
b
Use a lint-free dry wipe to wipe completely around the connector ferrule twice; wipe several times across
the tip.
c
Blow across the end of the ferrule with clean, dry, compressed air.
d
Visually inspect the connector tip for cleanliness. If the tip does not appear to be thoroughly cleaned,
repeat Step a through Step c.
Clean adapters as follows:
a
SC and FC adapters are cleaned by using a pipe cleaner moistened with alcohol. Insert the pipe cleaner
into either end of the adapter and rotate so the inside surface of the adapter is wiped by the pipe cleaner.
Repeat this procedure for the opposite end.
b
Blow the adapter dry with clean compressed air.
Clean attenuators with clean, dry compressed air only. Do not use a moistened wipe or pipe cleaner.
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MATING
Mate the SC and FC connectors by inserting the connector into the adapter and aligning the connector key with
the adapter key slot as follows:
40
•
FC connectors—Align the housing key with the slot in the adapter. Push the connector into the adapter and
screw the threaded cap clockwise onto the adapter to complete the connection.
•
SC connector—Align the housing key with the slot in the adapter. Push the connector into the adapter until
a click is heard/felt, indicating that the latching system is engaged. When connector is fully engaged, the white
stripes on the sides of the connector housing should be hidden inside the adapter.
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Appendix C - Product Support
APPENDIX C - PRODUCT SUPPORT
ADC Customer Service Group provides expert pre-sales and post-sales support and training for all its products.
Technical support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by contacting the ADC Technical Assistance Center.
Sales Assistance
800.366.3891 extension 73000
(USA and Canada)
952.917.3000
Fax: 952.917.3237
• Quotation Proposals
Systems Integration
800.366.3891, extension 73000 (USA and Canada)
952.917.3000
• Complete Solutions (from concept to installation)
• Ordering and Delivery
• General Product Information
• Network Design and Integration Testing
• System Turn-Up and Testing
• Network Monitoring (upstream or downstream)
• Power Monitoring and Remote Surveillance
• Service/Maintenance Agreements
• Systems Operation
ADC Technical Assistance Center
800.638.0031
714.730.3222
Fax: 714.730.2400
Email: wsd_support@adc.com
• Technical Information
• System/Network Configuration
• Product Specification and Application
• Training (product-specific)
• Installation and Operation Assistance
• Troubleshooting and Repair/Field Assistance
Online Technical Support
• www.adc.com/Knowledge_Base/index.jsp
Online Technical Publications
• www.adc.com/library1/
Product Return Department
800.366.3891 ext. 73748 or
952.917.3748
Fax: 952.917.3237
Email: repair&return@adc.com
• ADC Return Material Authorization (RMA) number and
instructions must be obtained before returning products.
All telephone numbers with an 800 prefix are toll-free in the USA and Canada.
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Appendix D - Abbreviations
LTPS-UM-8013-03
APPENDIX D - ABBREVIATIONS
A
APS:
Automatic Protection Switching
APU:
Alarm Processing Unit
ATM:
Asynchronous Transport Mode
B
BER:
Bit Error Rate
BNC:
Bayonet-Locking Connector
C
CO:
Central Office
CPE:
Customer Premises Equipment
D
DCE:
Data Communication Equipment
DTE:
Data Terminal Equipment
E
ESD:
Electrostatic Discharge
I
IS:
In Service
L
LBO:
Line Build Out
LEC:
Loop Extender Chassis
LMPTST: Lamp Test
LOF:
Loss-Of-Frame
O
OOS:
Out-Of-Service
S
SCU:
Soneplex Controller Unit
SMDS: Switched Multimegabit Data Service
W
WDM: Wavelength Division Multiplexing
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CERTIFICATION AND WARRANTY
FCC CLASS A COMPLIANCE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
LIMITED WARRANTY
ADC DSL Systems, Incorporated (“ADC”) warrants that, for a period of sixty (60) months from the date of shipment, the hardware portion
of its products will be free of material defects and faulty workmanship under normal use. ADC's obligation, under this warranty, is limited to
replacing or repairing, at ADC's option, any such hardware product which is returned during the 60-month warranty period per ADC's
instructions and which product is confirmed by ADC not to comply with the foregoing warranty.
ADC warrants that, for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase, the software furnished with its products will operate substantially in
accordance with the ADC published specifications and documentation for such software. ADC’s entire liability for software that does not
comply with the foregoing warranty and is reported to ADC during the 90-day warranty period is, at ADC’s option, either (a) return of the
price paid or (b) repair or replace of the software. ADC also warrants that, for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of purchase, the media
on which software is stored will be free from material defects under normal use. ADC will replace defective media at no charge if it is returned
to ADC during the 30-day warranty period along with proof of the date of shipment.
The transportation charges for shipment of returned products to ADC will be prepaid by the Buyer. ADC will pay transportation charges for
shipment of replacement products to Buyer, unless no trouble is found (NTF), in which case the Buyer will pay transportation charges.
ADC may use reconditioned parts for such repair or replacement. This warranty does not apply to any product which has been repaired, worked
upon, or altered by persons not authorized by ADC or in ADC's sole judgment has been subjected to misuse, accident, fire or other casualty,
or operation beyond its design range.
Repaired products have a 90-day warranty, or until the end of the original warranty period—whichever period is greater.
ADC DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO ITS PRODUCTS
AND ANY ACCOMPANYING WRITTEN MATERIALS. FURTHER, ADC DOES NOT WARRANT THAT SOFTWARE WILL BE
FREE FROM BUGS OR THAT ITS USE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR REGARDING THE USE, OR THE RESULTS OF THE USE,
OF THE SOFTWARE IN TERMS OF CORRECTNESS, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY OR OTHERWISE.
MODIFICATIONS
Any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by ADC DSL Systems, Inc. voids the user's warranty.
All wiring external to the products should follow the provisions of the current edition of the National Electrical Code.
STANDARDS COMPLIANCE
This equipment has been tested and verified to comply with the applicable sections of the following standards:
•
GR 63-CORE - Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) Requirements (D3LX CO only)
•
GR 1089-CORE - Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Safety (D3LX CO only)
•
UL-1459 and CSA-C22.2, 225-M90: Telecommunications Equipment Electronic and Electrical Safety
For technical assistance, refer to “Appendix C - Product Support” on page 41.
ADC DSL Systems, Inc.
14402 Franklin Avenue
Tustin, CA 92780-7013
Tel: 714.832.9922
Fax: 714.832.9924
Technical Assistance
Tel: 800.366.3891 x73223
Fax: 952.917.3244
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