NMOA8200 Series Network Managed Optical Amplifier User`s Manual

NMOA8200 Series
Network Managed Optical Amplifier
User’s Manual
APRIL 2010
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Table of Contents
1
2
3
4
5
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................... 5
1.1
About this Manual .........................................................................................................5
1.2
General Description ......................................................................................................5
1.3
Mechanical Dimensions and Operational Conditions ...............................................5
1.4
Precautions for Installation and Warnings .................................................................5
1.5
Grounding Considerations...........................................................................................6
1.6
Laser Safety ...................................................................................................................6
GETTING STARTED .............................................................................................................................. 8
2.1
Before Initializing and Operating the Unit ..................................................................8
2.2
Unpacking ......................................................................................................................8
2.3
Safety Information.........................................................................................................8
2.3.1
Power Requirements .................................................................................... 8
2.4
Safety Instructions ........................................................................................................9
2.5
Mounting and Power Connection ................................................................................9
2.6
Connecting Optical Fiber Patch Cords .....................................................................11
PANEL DESCRIPTION .........................................................................................................................13
3.1
Summary ......................................................................................................................13
3.2
Panel Description ........................................................................................................13
3.2.1
Front Panel ................................................................................................ 13
3.2.2
EYDFA STATUS LED Information ............................................................ 15
3.2.3
Rear Panel ................................................................................................. 16
FRONT PANEL LCD INTERFACE........................................................................................................18
4.1
Summary ......................................................................................................................18
4.2
LCD Display .................................................................................................................19
4.2.1
Menu Selections........................................................................................ 19
4.2.2
Provision Menu ......................................................................................... 20
4.2.3
Control Menu............................................................................................. 21
4.2.4
Status Menu............................................................................................... 22
4.2.5
Test Menu .................................................................................................. 25
4.2.6
Function Setting Menu ............................................................................. 25
4.2.7
IP Address ................................................................................................. 26
COMMUNICATION INTERFACE ..........................................................................................................27
5.1
Command Line Interface (CLI) ...................................................................................27
5.1.1
Connecting to the NMOA8200 Series EYDFA through Ethernet port .. 27
5.1.2
Starting a Telnet Session ......................................................................... 27
5.1.3
ADMIN and USER accounts ..................................................................... 29
5.1.4
Network Configuration ............................................................................. 29
5.1.5
Command Line Interface (CLI) Commands............................................ 30
5.1.6
SNMP Summary ........................................................................................ 39
5.2
SNMP MIB Table ..........................................................................................................40
5.2.1
entPhysicalEntry....................................................................................... 40
5.2.2
propertyEntry............................................................................................... 40
5.2.3
currentAlarmEntry ....................................................................................... 41
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5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.2.8
5.2.9
5.2.10
5.2.11
5.2.12
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discretePropertyEntry .................................................................................. 41
alarmsIdent .................................................................................................. 41
commonIdent ............................................................................................... 42
commonMulticastGroup ............................................................................... 42
heOpticalAmplifierGroup ............................................................................. 43
heBaseIdent ................................................................................................. 43
hePowerSupply ............................................................................................ 44
heFans ......................................................................................................... 44
SNMP Trap Information ................................................................................ 45
PERFORMANCE CHECK.....................................................................................................................45
6.1
Precautions for Testing ..............................................................................................45
6.2
Measuring Instruments...............................................................................................45
6.3
Performance Test Procedure .....................................................................................46
6.4
Alarm Test Procedure .................................................................................................46
TROUBLESHOOTING ..........................................................................................................................47
7.1
Troubleshooting Precautions ....................................................................................47
7.2
Basic Troubleshooting Procedures...........................................................................47
CLAIMS AND REPACKAGING.............................................................................................................49
8.1
Claims...........................................................................................................................49
8.2
Returning Shipments to Emcore ...............................................................................49
List of Tables
Table 1. NMOA8200 Series EYDFA Inventory ........................................................................ 8
Table 2. Laser On/OFF Key Switch ...........................................................................................13
Table 3. Control Switch ..................................................................................................................13
Table 4. LED State ..........................................................................................................................14
Table 5. Control Switch ..................................................................................................................14
Table 6 Provision Menu Descriptions ........................................................................................20
Table 7. Alarm Descriptions .........................................................................................................24
Table 8 Factory Default Network Configuration .....................................................................29
Table 9 ADMIN and USER Privileges .......................................................................................31
Table 10 Factory Default SNMP Settings ................................................................................40
Table 11 entPhysicalEntry ............................................................................................................40
Table 12 propertyEntry ..................................................................................................................40
Table 13 currentAlarmEntry .........................................................................................................41
Table 14 discretePropertyEntry ...................................................................................................41
Table 15 alarmsIdent ......................................................................................................................41
Table 16 commonIdent ..................................................................................................................42
Table 17 commonMulticastGroup...............................................................................................42
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Table 18 heOpticalAmplifierGroup .............................................................................................43
Table 19 heBaseIdent ....................................................................................................................43
Table 20 hePowerSupply ..............................................................................................................44
Table 21 heFans ..............................................................................................................................44
Table 22 Instruments for Performance Test ............................................................................45
Table 23 Alarm States and Causes ............................................................................................48
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INTRODUCTION
About this Manual
This manual consists of eight chapters.
Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION
Chapter 2: GETTING STARTED
Chapter 3: PANEL DESCRIPTION
Chapter 4: FRONT PANEL LCD
Chapter 5: COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
Chapter 6: PERFORMANCE CHECK
Chapter 7: TROUBLESHOOTING
Chapter 8: CLAIMS AND REPACKAGING
1.2
General Description
The NMOA8200 (Network Managed Optical Amplifier) Series EYDFA
(Erbium/Ytterbium Doped Fiber Amplifier) is a state-of-the-art system that receives
optical signals at it’s input and delivers an amplified optical signal to the output(s).
The optical path consists of a length of erbium/ytterbium doped fiber, which is
optically “pumped” with special purpose high power pump lasers. For improved
system performance, optical isolators are installed on the input and output of the
EYDFA. Also, configuration and monitoring of the system is supported with LED
indicators, an LCD interface, and electronic communication via an RJ45 Ethernet
port. The NMOA8200 Series EYDFA supports up to two power supplies configured
as AC (110V ~ 220V), DC (-48V) or both.
1.3
Mechanical Dimensions and Operational Conditions
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Emcore’s NMOA8200 Series EYDFA is provided in a standard 19” rack
mount, 2U housing.
Metric dimensions are 432(W) × 375(D) × 88(H) mm.
The maximum allowed storage temperature range is from -40°C to 85°C.
The maximum allowed relative humidity range is 10 to 95%.
The maximum operating temperature range is between 0°C to 50°C.
The backlit LCD display will operate between -10°C and 60°C.
The electrical power consumption depends on the specific model of the amplifier,
and further details can be found in the model specific datasheet.
1.4
Precautions for Installation and Warnings
It is important to ensure that there is enough airflow and convection through the
upper and lower panels after installation and during operation of the unit.
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The NMOA8200 Series EYDFA has its own internal circuitry plus an internal
electrical voltage converter. Both will generate heat, and unrestricted airflow is
required to ensure proper operating conditions are maintained.
The optical adapters for the EYDFA input and output are located on the front or
rear panel of the NMOA8200 Series EYDFA. When received from the factory the
optical adapters will all have caps on them for safety and protection of the fiber end
faces. The caps must remain on during the installation of the unit. The installer
must keep the optical connection points clean at all times. If the surface of the
optical fiber end face is contaminated with dust or dirt, damaged may occur at the
optical output as soon as the amplifier activates.
1.5
Grounding Considerations
The NMOA8200 Series EYDFA includes laser diodes and photo diodes that are
extremely sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). When you unpack, install or
otherwise handle the EyDFA work in an ESD controlled environment and observe
ESD precautions including the use of a grounded wrist strap. To avoid
performance degradation or even complete loss of functionality, install in a properly
grounded equipment rack. The F.G. terminal must be connected to Earth/Ground
for protection of the unit during installation and operation. To protect the installation
and to prevent unexpected events, such as lightning, static electricity, short circuit,
surges, etc., you must use a properly grounded receptacle for the AC power cord.
1.6
Laser Safety
FDA/CDRH Class 1M and IEC® 60825 Class 1M laser product.
All versions are Class 1M laser products per IEC 60825-1:2007 EN 60825-1:2007
Maximum Output: 30 mW, Wavelength: 1550 nm
CAUTION: Use of controls, adjustment, and procedures other than those
specified here may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.
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GETTING STARTED
2.1
Before Initializing and Operating the Unit
Check that the units and contents are complete, and no signs of visible damage on
any portion of the exterior surface. Read the user manual carefully. Become
familiar with all safety symbols and instructions to ensure the EYDFA is operated
and maintained safely.
2.2
Unpacking
Check that the unit and contents are complete:
1.Wear an anti-static wrist strap and work in an electrostatic discharge (ESD)
controlled area.
2.Inspect the shipping container for any indication of excessive shock to the
contents, and inspect the contents to ensure that the shipment is complete.
3.Inspect the unit for structural damage that may have occurred during shipping.
Note: Keep the packaging to prevent damage to the unit in any future transport of
the device.
Immediately inform Emcore and, if necessary, the carrier if the contents of the
shipment are incomplete, if the unit or any of its components are damaged or
defective, or if the unit does not pass the initial inspection.
Table 1. NMOA8200 Series EYDFA Inventory
Item
Quantity
NMOA8200 Series EYDFA
1
CD with Instruction Manual
1
TEST REPORT
1
Keys
2
AC Power Cord (if applicable)
1 or 2
WARNING: Take all proper grounding precautions when unpacking the product.
Notify Emcore immediately if any parts are missing.
2.3
2.3.1
Safety Information
Power Requirements
The system will operate from an AC power source that supplies: 85~265V AC,
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50~60 Hz; 2A or a DC power source that supplies: -36~-72V DC.
2.4
Safety Instructions
The following safety instructions must be observed whenever the unit is operated,
serviced, or repaired. Failure to comply with any of these instructions or with any
precaution or warning contained in the user’s manual is in direct violation of the
standards of design, manufacture, and intended use of the unit. Emcore assumes no
liability for the customer’s failure to comply with any of these safety requirements.
Before Initializing and Operating the Unit
Inspect the unit for any signs of damage, and read the user’s manual thoroughly.
Install the unit as specified in the Preparation section.
Ensure that the unit and any devices or cords connected to it are properly grounded.
2.5
Mounting and Power Connection
1. Mount the unit into a 19-inch wide rack or cabinet.
2. Turn unit power supply switch(es) OFF
3. Insert the key that came with the unit into the key switch on the
front panel, and turn the laser key switch OFF
4. For dual AC Models: Plug the two power cords supplied with the
unit into the three-prong connectors on the rear panel of the
EYDFA and plug the other ends of the two power cords into a (85265V VAC, 50-60 Hz power source (e.g. wall socket)
5. For DC powered models: carefully connect wires DC+, DC-, and
GND to the terminal that is connected to the DC input of the power
supply. The DC source must be 36-72VDC and wires used must
handle 65VA.
6. Turn the unit power switch to the ON position.
Note: The EYDFA can operate with a single power supply and/or from two
different power sources.
If the LCD on the front panel lights up, this indicates that the system electric power
supply is working properly.
If the LCD does not light up, double check to see if the cord is plugged in.
If necessary, disconnect all power sources to the unit and check the fuses, located
between the power switch and the AC power receptacle, or between the power
switch and the DC terminal block depending on the power supply type. See
diagrams below:
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AC Electric Power Supply Connection (rear panel)
(AC) input voltage range: 85~265V AC, 50~60 Hz
DC Electric Power Supply Connection (rear panel)
(DC) input voltage range: -36~-72V(for DC-48V)
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DC connector dimensions
Below is a list of acceptable DC connectors that can be used to establish
connections to the terminal blocks of the unit:
2.6
Connecting Optical Fiber Patch Cords
1. Clean all fiber patch cords before connecting to the EYDFA.
Cleaning Guidelines:
Fiber Patch cord connectors
- Remove the fiber connectors dust cap and wipe the fiber connector tip with a
dry lint-free cloth (such as Kimwipes®). Inspect for scratches or debris on
connector surface by using a microscope (ie.100x or 200x).
- If no scratches or debris are found the connector is now clean and ready for
connection. If debris or scratches are found then repeat the fiber patch
cord connector cleaning guidelines.
Fiber Bulkhead connectors
- Compressed air may be used to clean fiber bulkhead connectors. Use
compressed air with at least the following specifications:
- Non-residue, inert gas for precision dust removal
- Ultra-filtered to < 0.2 microns
- Recommended for optical systems.
- Using compressed air as listed above, lift or remove the bulkhead dust cover
and hold the can of compressed air about 6 inches from the connector. After
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spraying a few short bursts into the bulkhead the connector is clean and ready
for connection.
CAUTION: Use caution when handling fibers. Do not exceed fiber
CAUTION
manufacturers pulling tension or bend radius specifications.
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
3.1
Summary
In this chapter, general information about the front and rear panels of the
NMOA8200 Series EYDFA is presented. The individual switches and connections
will be introduced.
3.2
3.2.1
Panel Description
Front Panel
Below is a typical drawing of an NMOA8200 front panel (in this case a fourport SC/APC unit with front fiber connections), and following a descriptive
summary of the components.
Laser ON/OFF key switch
Table 2. Laser On/OFF Key Switch
Condition
ON
OFF
3.2.1.1.1.1
Description
Normal Operation
Forces the EYDFA optical output power to be
disabled
Communication Terminal Port
Table 3. Control Switch
Port
Ethernet
RS-232C
•
Desription
Ethernet Communication Port for SNMP Monitor and
Control
Serial Communication Port for RS-232C Monitor and
Control (factory use).
An LCD screen
Optical Amplifier
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.
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Three LED’s indicating the EYDFA’s state
Table 4. LED State
LED
Color
3.2.1.1.1.1.1 Indication
Green
Pump Lasers On
Red
Pump Lasers Off
Laser
Green
Status
Red
Yellow
Comm.
•
Blue
Normal Operation (No Alarm)
LOS Alarm / LOP Alarm
Bias / Temp / Case Temp/ Power / FAN Alarm
Ethernet Link On
Menu control switches for front panel user interface
Table 5. Control Switch
Switch
MENU
ENTER
UP/DOWN
•
3.2.1.1.1.2 Function
Enters the menu displayed on the LCD, or returns
level to the previous menu
Applies the current menu item selection
Allows user to scroll up and down through the menu
items
Optical connection ports
Figure 6. Complete with an input test monitor point, output test
monitor port, input and one or more outputs (see detail below).
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3.2.2 EYDFA STATUS LED Information
LOS (Loss of Signal) Alarm
When the input optical signal power to the EYDFA is lower than the
minimum input threshold, the color of status LED changes from green to
red (see the TEST REPORT for factory measurement of the threshold.
The threshold for triggering the loss of input signal alarm is set below the
minimum optical input level).
In the event of a Loss of Signal (LOS) alarm activation, the EYDFA will
automatically shut down the internal pump lasers, and the optical output
power will drop to zero. In response to a loss of input signal, the bias
current of the pump laser diode goes into a shutdown (Laser OFF) state
to prevent damage to the laser diode.
This condition is automatically reset when the input power is restored to a
power above the LOS alarm threshold for the EYDFA. The EYDFA
returns to its normal state, the color of status LED changes from red to
green, and the Laser ON state condition returns.
LOP (Loss of Output Power) Alarm
When the optical output power of the EYDFA drops below the reference
output power, the color of the status LED changes from green to red.
This level is nominally 3dB below the reference output power of the unit,
and the actual value at manufacture is recorded in the test report that
comes with the unit.
If the Laser OFF state is selected from the LCD menu, the color of the
status LED changes from green to red.
The LOP alarm will not be active during normal operation, and if it active,
will clear when the output optical power of the EYDFA returns to normal.
In this case the color of status LED will be green.
BIAS Alarm
The Pump Laser Diode(s) provides optical energy to the Erbium and
Eb/Yb Doped Fiber in the EYDFA. The optical output power of the Pump
Laser Diode(s) is a function of the electrical bias current that is applied to
the laser. Over the course of the life of an EYDFA, the pump lasers are
expected to “age”, and slow degradation in energy conversion efficiency
from electrical to optical output power occurs. Thus, the pump lasers have
a “beginning of life efficiency”, and an “end of life efficiency”. The end of
life current is defined as 120% of beginning of life current, and is stored in
the unit’s non-volatile memory during initial manufacture. In the event the
bias current of the pump laser diode exceeds 95% of the end-of-life (EOL)
value, the pump bias current alarm will be activated. The pump laser
diode driver is limited to never exceed the EOL bias level. If the BIAS
alarm is activated, the color of status LED changes from green to yellow.
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TEMP Alarm
The internal temperature of the Pump Laser Diode(s) must be kept within
a specified operating range. The the temperature of the Pump Laser
Diode(s) is continuously monitored with the use of a thermocouple. If the
internal temperature of the Pump Laser Diode is found to be outside of
the operational range, the TEMP alarm will be activated.
If the TEMP alarm signal is activated, the color of status LED will change
from green to yellow.
POWER Alarm
The voltage of power supply must be kept within a specified operating
range. The internal power supplies are continuously monitored with
sensing electronics, and in the event that the voltage of a power supply is
found to be outside of the operational range, the POWER alarm will be
activated.
If the POWER alarm signal is activated, the color of status LED will
change from green to yellow.
FAN Alarm
Both fans must be kept operating. If one or more fans are not operating,
the FAN alarm is activated.
If the FAN alarm signal is activated, the color of status LED will change
from green to yellow.
3.2.3 Rear Panel
The rear panel of the NMOA8200 Series EYDFA consists of two hot
swappable power modules and two fans, and a chassis ground lug.
(DC)
(DC) input voltage range: -36~-72V(for DC-48V)
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OR
(AC)
(AC) input voltage range: 85~265V AC, 50~60 Hz
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FRONT PANEL LCD INTERFACE
Summary
In this chapter, an overview of the operation of the EYDFA using the front panel
user interface is explained. The diagram below represents a block diagram
description the operational menu tree accessible through the LCD display.
MAIN MENU
SUB
Menu
Provision
EYDFA Act
EYDFA Deact
Laser Key Switch is “ON”
Control
LASER
Laser ON
Laser OFF
Buzzer
Buzzer ON
Buzzer OFF
Status
Input Power
Output Power
LD Bias
LD Thermistor
Case
Alarm
EYDFA Model
Test
LED, Buzzer
Function Setting
Time
IP Address
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LCD Display
When the unit is first powered ON, the LCD display will initially report the following:
Optical Amplifier
1.1.1.1.
NOTE: In all LCD menus, if you do not select a menu button for about 15 seconds,
the menu will automatically return to the previous or default menu state.
4.2.1 Menu Selections
The main menu categories are: Provision, Control, Status, Test, Function
Setting and IP Address. You can select any of these categories by first
selecting the Menu button, and then using the Up/Down buttons to scroll
through the list of available options.
For example, from the initial start-up, press the Menu button once.
The LCD display will change to display the first two main menu options,
with the cursor (indicated by “>” symbol) is active on the “Provision” menu.
>Provision
Control
With one push of the Down button, the cursor will move to the “Control”
menu option.
Provision
>Control
Another push of the Down button, will call up the next two menu items,
Status and Test, with the cursor now on Status.
>Status
Test
Another push of the Down button will move the cursor to the Test menu.
Status
>Test
The final two menu items (Function Setting and IP Address) will now be
displayed.
>Function Setting
IP Address
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IP Address is the last main menu available to select.
From the above screen if you push the Down button two more times, the
first two main menu items will reappear, and so on. It is possible to reverse
through the list with the Up button at any time.
>Provision
Control
4.2.2
Provision Menu
A user is able to control the operational state of the EYDFA by selecting the
Provision menu option. There are two operational states to choose from:
active (ACT) and deactivate (DEACT). Select ACT for normal operation,
and DEACT for normal operation with alarm information suppressed. The
table below summarized the differences.
Table 6 Provision Menu Descriptions
ACT State
DEACT State
EYDFA: normal operation
Status LED: GREEN
(Alarm information is not detected)
EYDFA: normal operation
Provision menu operation
Select the Provision menu by pressing the Enter button when the cursor
is pointing at Provision.
>Provision
Control
The Provision sub menu will now be displayed.
EYDFA
Setting
ACT
ACT
The first line of the above screen indicates the current state of the
EYDFA. If you want to change the current state, move the cursor with
the Up or Down button to the setting you wish to select, and push the
enter button
EYDFA
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The LCD screen will display the action momentarily, and return to the
previous Main menu.
Set & Store
EYDFA : DEACT
4.2.3
Control Menu
In the Control Menu, a user is able to modify the state of the EYDFA output
by setting the Laser to ON or OFF. Also one can enable or disable the
audible Buzzer alarm from this menu.
For Example, from the main menu, move the cursor to the Control menu
item.
Provision
>Control
Push the Enter button to advance to the Laser menu.
Laser ON/OFF
>Laser
Buzzer
As illustrated in the example screen below, the first line indicates the
current state of the EYDFA laser (in this case OFF).
If a user wants to select a different state, the Up or Down button will toggle
between the two options. Press enter to select the desired state.
Laser
Setting
Off
On
Note if the Laser key switch is in the OFF State, selecting Laser Setting ON
will have no effect. If the EYDFA and Key switch is currently ON, and unit is
in normal operation, selecting OFF will disable the optical output power
from the unit, and the Laser LED will turn Red.
Set & Store
Laser : On
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Buzzer ON/OFF
If the unit is in normal operation, the alarms are enabled (Provision =
ACT), and the Buzzer setting is ON, an alarm condition on the EYDFA
will result in an audible Buzzer sound. If and when the alarm condition
of the EYDFA is removed, the Buzzer sound will automatically stop.
Laser
>Buzzer
As illustrated in the example screen below, the first line indicates the
current selected buzzer state of the EYDFA.
If a user wants to select a different state, the Up or Down button will
move the cursor to the desired state, and Enter will select it.
Buzzer
Setting
Off
On
For example, pushing the Enter button from the above example will
result in a momentary information screen similar to below before
returning to the main menu.
Set & Store
Buzzer : On
When the Buzzer selection is OFF and an EYDFA alarm is activated,
the Buzzer sound will not activate. Also, if the unit alarms are disabled
(Provision = Deact), the buzzer will not activate under an alarm
condition whether the Buzzer state is ON or OFF.
4.2.4
Status Menu
The Status menu allows a user to conveniently monitor the operational
state and key parameters of the EYDFA and it’s components.
>Status
Test
The first sub menu item is Input Power. The Input Power is the optical
input power as measured by the internal photo-detector that is
constantly monitoring this parameter.
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>Input Power
Output Power
Input Power will be displayed in dBm.
Input Power
XX.XX dBm
The next sub menu item is Output Power. The Output Power is the
optical output power as measured by the internal photo-detector that is
constantly monitoring this parameter. If the EYDFA has multiple output
ports, all ports will be available to view with values displayed in dBm.
Input Power
>Output Power
Output Power 1
+XX.XX dBm
Output Power x
+XX.XX dBm
The LD Bias Current is the measured bias current being applied to the
pump laser diode.
>LD Bias Current
LD Thermistor
For units with multiple pump lasers, all bias currents will be available in
the menu, and indicated as LD1, LD2 etc. The LD Bias Current(s) will
be display in mA.
LD Bias Current
LD1 : XXXX mA
The LD Thermistor menu item reports the temperature of the individual
pump laser diodes in Celsius (°C).
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LD Bias Current
>LD Thermistor
LD Thermistor
LD1 : XX °C
Selecting the Temperature menu item will report the EYDFA module
temperature in Celsius (°C).
Temperature
XX °C
The Alarm Status menu allows for a check of the unit’s Alarm status.
Temperature
> Alarm Status
To move another alarm state, push Up/Down button.
CaseTemp : OK
IPM : OK
IPM : OK
OPM : OK
…
LD1 Ther : OK
CaseTemp : OK
Table 7. Alarm Descriptions
Name
Variable
Description
Case
Temperature
Temperature state of the EYDFA module.
(OK: Normal, FAIL: Abnormal)
IPM
Input Power
OPM
Output Power
Input optical signal power to the EYDFA.
(OK: Normal, FAIL: Abnormal)
Output optical power of the EYDFA.
(OK: Normal, FAIL: Abnormal)
Power Supply state of the EYDFA module.
(OK: Normal, FAIL: Abnormal)
Shows the Power Supply state of the EYDFA
module. (OK: Normal, FAIL: Abnormal)
CaseTemp.
POWER 1
POWER 2
Power
1
Power
2
Supply
Supply
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FAN 1
Fan1
Shows the FAN state of the EYDFA module
FAN 2
Fan2
Shows the FAN state of the EYDFA module
(OK: Normal, FAIL: Abnormal)
Shows the state of the Pump Laser Diode
Bias current. (OK: Normal, FAIL: Abnormal)
Shows the temperature state of the Pump
Laser Diode. (OK: Normal, FAIL: Abnormal)
LD1 BIAS
Current
LD1 THER
Thermistor
Selecting EYDFA Model Name will provide the full model string of the
unit.
>EYDFA Model Name
Input Power
>EYDFA Model Name
NMOA8200-2116-1003
4.2.5 Test Menu
The Test menu allows a user to perform simple tests on the LEDs and
Buzzer to ensure they are functioning correctly.
Status
>Test
Select LED Test to see the Laser and Status momentarily turn yellow
and flash.
>LED Test
Buzzer Test
Select Buzzer Test to hear a momentary audible chirp.
LED Test
>Buzzer Test
4.2.6 Function Setting Menu
It is possible to set the real time clock of the system from the front panel
by selecting the Time menu item.
>Time
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A user may select the Time menu item followed by Present Time to see
the present date and time of the unit:
>Present Time
Setting Time
The Time will be displayed similar to below example.
YYYY MM DD HH MM SS
2014/06/09 15:05:30
The Setting Time sub menu will allow a change to the date and time.
Present Time
>Setting Time
A push of the Down button will move the cursor one position to the right,
and a push of the up button will cause an increment to the value
selected.
YYYY MM DD HH MM SS
2014/06/09 15:05:30
YYYY MM DD HH MM SS
2015/06/09 15:05:30
YYYY MM DD HH MM SS
2015/06/09 15:05:30
Pressing the enter button, will store the new time value.
4.2.7 IP Address
The IP Address menu will report the current IP address setting for the
Ethernet inteface.
IP Address :
123.456.0.789
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COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
5.1
Command Line Interface (CLI)
A user can monitor or control the EYDFA remotely with the Console via the
Ethernet port.
5.1.1
Connecting to the NMOA8200 Series EYDFA through Ethernet port
With the EYDFA power off, connect a RJ-45 cable between a personal computer
and the NMOA8200 Series Ethernet port on the front. Power up the NMOA8200
Series optical amplifier. Invoke a terminal emulation program on the PC (in this
example invoking a DOS prompt on a PC with Windows XP installed, by selecting
start -> Run…, and then typing “cmd” at the prompt.)
5.1.2
Starting a Telnet Session
Check the IP address of the EYDFA by using the menu item IP Address in the front
panel (section 4.2.7)
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It may be necessary to configure the network connection parameters on the PC to
make a connection. For example it may be necessary to configure your PC’s LAN
connection to have the first three octets of the PC’s IP address setting consistent
with the first three octets of the NMOA8200 IP Address.
For example, if the NMOA8200 unit IP address is set to the default 192.168.0.100,
from the PC, if using Windows XP operating system, select:
Start -> Control Panel -> Network Connections -> Internet Protocol -> TCP/IP ->
Use the following IP address: 192.168.0.101 -> subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Consult your IT department for further assistance if required.
A proper connection will be established when a “ping” command results in
successful packet return (see below window)
At the command prompt, type the following case sensitive command (replacing the
IP Address with the one found in the LCD display):
telnet 192.168.0.100
A script will run, and user will see something similar to the screen shot below in
the Console window. And a prompt for Login will appear.
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ADMIN and USER accounts
ADMIN and USER accounts are established separately for different access
priorities. ADMIN account holder can set passwords for both ADMIN and USER
accounts. The default unit user id is “admin” and password is “admin”.
Administrative work, such as network connection settings, monitor and control of
the EYDFA are allowed under the ADMIN account.
The USER account holder, for example the equipment operator, will have
permission to monitor the EYDFA’s status, but will not have permission to change
passwords or settings. The default unit user id is “user” and password is “user”.
5.1.4
Network Configuration
The user will need to set up network configuration for the product, which can be
accomplished within the Console.
The factory default IP address is 192.168.0.100. The network configuration can be
modified by either SNMP or Telnet. Once modified, the unit will need to be
rebooted in order for the new configuration to be stored. The reset command within
the CLI performs the function.
Note that the network configuration can be set only from within the ADMIN account.
Table 8 Factory Default Network Configuration
Item
IP
SubnetMask
Gateway
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192.168.0.100
255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1
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The CLI commands required to make changes are ip, subnetmask, gateway and
reset. Details for the commands and their arguments are described in section
5.1.5. Follow the example below on how to change these settings:
Since the IP address has changed after the reset, the user will need to invoke a
new Telnet sessions to continue with other CLI functions.
5.1.5
Command Line Interface (CLI) Commands
Note: the syntax information of a CLI command will be provided if a
user enters the Command without any arguments.
Summary:
? : Displays summary list of available Commands in the CLI with a brief
description for convenience.
ver: Displays hardware and SW version information about the EYDFA.
cls: Clears the console screen.
ping: Sends IP packets and reports response to confirm proper network
connection.
logout : Performs a log out from ADMIN or USER account. Note, a logout
will not end the Telnet connection, and user can log back in from the
prompt.
ip: Allows users to get or set the unit’s IP address.
subnetmask: Allows user to get or set the subnetmask information for the
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unit.
gateway: Allows user to get or set the subnetmask information for the unit.
initsys: This command will initialize the product to the factory default
configuration. All configurations including log information will be initialized.
reset: Resets the network interface settings due to network reconfiguration
steps. Operation of optical amplifier is not affected by this command,
however communication may need to be reestablished via the Ethernet
port.
mpu : Command to access the Main Process Unit configuration and allows
settings such as time and buzzer configuration
ofau : OFAU (Optical Fiber Amplifier Unit) command provides access to
status and setup of the optical amplifier module resident within the system.
snmp : Command for SNMP configuration and confirmation.
log : Check log information and clear the log. Log information can only be
cleared through the command line interface.
timesync : Command to manually update the RTC (Real Time Clock).
Table 9 ADMIN and USER Privileges
Command Execution Privileges
command
ver
cls
ping
logout
ip
subnetmask
gateway
initsys
reset
mpu
otu
ofau
snmp
log
timesync
ADMIN
O
O
O
O
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
O
O
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
O
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O
O
O
O
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
X
O
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
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Details:
5.1.5.1 VER
Software and SNMP board version information. (example below)
[ADMIN]# VER
**********************************************************
* Optical Amplifier Shelf System
*
*
*
*
SNMP Board ver 1.3 *
*
*
* S/W ver : 01.00.00.00
Update : Jun 18 2008
**********************************************************
*
5.1.5.2 CLS
Clears the console screen.
5.1.5.3 PING
Confirms IP address is correctly connected to the physical device.
(example below)
[ADMIN]# PING 192.168.0.1
192.168.0.1 is alive.
5.1.5.4 LOGOUT
Log out from the Console. Telnet session will remain established.
5.1.5.5 IP
View or set up IP Address. Allows all units in network to have a unique
IP address.
5.1.5.6 SUBNETMASK
View or set up SubnetMask Address. Check network connection
configuration before set up.
5.1.5.7 GATEWAY
View or set up Gateway Address. Confirm Gateway address of
connected network before set up.
5.1.5.8 INITSYS
Initialize the product with factory default setup. Note that all the
configurations, including log information, will be initialized.
5.1.5.9 RESET
Reset network connections for configuration change or connection
reset. The OFAU (Optical Fiber Amplifier Unit) operation is not affected
by this command. Only the network connection will be reset.
5.1.5.10 MPU
Allows user to check the MPU information and status of physical
devices connected the MPU. In addition, a basic set up of the MPU is
possible. See below for examples.
Usage : MPU [ARG1] [ARG2] [ARG3]
ARG1 : GET, SET
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ARG2 : GET - SYSINFO. MPU module Information
STATUS. MPU module Status
CONFIG. MPU module Configuration
INPOWER. Input Power Value of MPU Module
SET - TIME.
DESCR. MPU Description
ALS. Machine All ALS Control
BUZZ. MPU Buzzer Setting
ARG3 : TIME - Set New Time. [YYYYMMDDhhmmss]
DESCR - Enter User define string.[Len:0 ~ 20]
ALS - ON, OFF
BUZZ - ON, OFF
MPU SET DESCR [Len : 0 ~20]: Input MPU Description
(Ex) MPU SET DESCR Shelf-OFA for Node 1
MPU SET TIME [YYYYMMDDhhmmss] : Input time information for the
MPU. Use 14 digits to input the time information in the following format:
[YYYYMMDDhhmmss].
(Ex) MPU SET TIME 20061207091830
MPU GET SYSINFO : View MPU Model Name, Description, Serial
Number, Firmware Version, Hardware Version. (Ex)
[ADMIN]# MPU GET SYSINFO
-------------------------------------------------Model Name : XXX
Description : EMCORE
Serial Number : XXX
Firmware Version : 1.00
Hardware Version : 1.00
--------------------------------------------------
MPU GET_STATUS : View MPU time information. (Ex)
[ADMIN]# MPU GET STATUS
-------------------------------------------------Current Time (Bit) : 2006/12/07 11:48:34
Provision (Bit) : 0x1
Card ACT (Bit) : 0x1
Card Alarm (Bit) : 0x0
--------------------------------------------------
5.1.5.11 SHELF (Highest System Level Information)
Provides Basic information of the EYDFA at the system level. (Ex)
Usage : SHELF [ARG1] [ARG2] [ARG3] [ARG4]
ARG1 : GET, SET
ARG2 : GET - INFO - SHELF system information
PSINFO - Power Supply Output Power
ALARM - Now, all alarm value of shelf system
SYSTH - Alarm threshold value of shelf system
LOG - System log information
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SET - PSEN - Power Supply Alarm Enable/Disable
AGR3 : INDEX (1 ~ 2)
AGR4 : VALUE (1 : alarm enable, 0 : alarm disable)
SHELF GET INFO : View Logical ID
SHELF GET PSINFO : Power supply module information. (Ex)
# Power Supply Voltage Information.
Power supply module count : [2]
Power supply No.[1] type : AC 220V
PS output voltage : [50]
Alarm enable value : [1]
Power supply No.[2] type : DC -48V
PS output voltage : [55]
Alarm enable value : [0]
Divide value by '10'
SHELF GET ALARM : All alarm status of at the system
‘1’ value indicates clear. Any other value indicates an alarm state.
(Ex)
# Now, All alarm value of SHELF system. #
* FAN status alarm *
No.1 : [1]
No.2 : [1]
Value '1' is OK. Value '6' is FAIL.
* Power supply status alarm *
No.1 : [1]
No.2 : [1]
Value '1' is OK. Another Value is FAIL.
* Casetemp status alarm : [1].
Value '1' is OK. Another Value is FAIL.
* Optical component status alarm *
IPM status alarm : [1]
OPM status alarm : [1]
* LD component status alarm *
LD No.1
BIAS alarm : [1]
TEMP alarm : [1]
LD No.2
BIAS alarm : [1]
TEMP alarm : [1]
LD No.3
BIAS alarm : [5]
TEMP alarm : [5]
LD No.4
BIAS alarm : [1]
TEMP alarm : [1]
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SHELF GET SYSTH : Indicates the alarm threshold value settings
at the system level. (Ex)
# SHELF system threshold value
Casetemp alarm threshold value information.
AlarmHIHI : [111]
AlarmHI : [222]
AlarmLO : [333]
AlarmLOLO : [444]
Output voltage information of Power Supply No.1.
AlarmHIHI : [555]
AlarmHI : [666]
AlarmLO : [777]
AlarmLOLO : [888]
Output voltage information of Power Supply No.2.
AlarmHIHI : [999]
AlarmHI : [123]
AlarmLO : [456]
AlarmLOLO : [789]
Divide value by '10'
SHELF GET LOG : log information. Max log count : 100, max log
index : 32767. (Ex)
# Log Count : [14] (1 ~ 100)
# Last log index : [14] (1 ~ 32767)
index [1] : [4858e6f9:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301030300:02013b] : LD3 BIAS alarm is
occured
index [2] : [4858e6f9:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301020300:02011a] : LD3 Temp alarm is
occured
index [3] : [4858e907:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301030300:02013b] : LD3 BIAS alarm is
occured
index [4] : [4858e907:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301020300:02011a] : LD3 Temp alarm
is occured
index [5] : [4858ea1b:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301030300:02013b] : LD3 BIAS alarm is
occured
index [6] : [4858ea1c:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301020300:02011a] : LD3 Temp alarm
is occured
index [7] : [4858fd84:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301030300:02013a] : LD3 BIAS alarm is
occured
index [8] : [4858fd84:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301020300:02011a] : LD3 Temp alarm is
occured
index [9] : [4858fdbf:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301030300:02013b] : LD3 BIAS alarm is
occured
index [10] : [4858fdbf:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301020300:02011a] : LD3 Temp alarm
is occured
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index [11] : [4858feb8:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301030300:02013b] : LD3 BIAS alarm
is occured
index [12] : [4858feb8:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301020300:02011a] : LD3 Temp alarm
is occured
index [13] : [485928af:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301030300:02013e] : LD3 BIAS alarm
is occured
index [14] : [485928af:05:00:06122b06010401ab57010b010301010301020300:02011a] : LD3 Temp alarm
is occurred
SHELF SET LOG: log information clear. (Ex)
-------------------------------------------------------[ADMIN]# shelf set log
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[ADMIN]# shelf get log
-------------------------------------------------------# Log Count : [0] (1 ~ 100)
# Last log index : [0] (1 ~ 32767)
--------------------------------------------------------
5.1.5.12 OFAU (Optical Fiber Amplifier Unit) – amplifier module resident in the
system)
Check information on OFAU and its status. In addition, basic set up of
OFAU is possible. See below for examples. (Ex)
Usage : OFAU [ARG1] [ARG2] [ARG3]
ARG1 : GET, SET
ARG2 : GET - SYSINFO. OFAU Model Information.
STATUS. OFAU Module Status.
CONFIG. OFAU Module Config Data.
OPMODE. OFAU Operation Mode.
ARG3 : Slot Number Value. [1 ~ 10].
0 - All Slot Information. (Only use GET)
ARG4 : SET - Value [Unit : 0.1 dBm]
OPMODE Value [20:AGC or 30:APC].
OFAU GET SYSINFO – View OFAU module basic Information. (Ex)
[ADMIN]# OFAU GET SYSINFO
-------------------------------------------------OFAU Slot Number [0]
Model Name : XXX
Description : EMCORE
Serial Number : XXX
Firmware Version : 1.00
Hardware Version : 1.00
--------------------------------------------------
OFAU GET STATUS – View OFAU current status. (Ex)
[ADMIN]# OFAU GET STATUS
-------------------------------------------------OFAU Slot Number [1]
EYDFA Alarm Status (Bit) : 0x0
Operation Mode : 30
Case Temp. : 32 ['C]
OFA input +5V : 5.1 [V]
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Input Power : XX.XX [dBm]
Number of Optical Output Port : [16]
Output Power of port No.1 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.2 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.3 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.4 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.5 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.6 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.7 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.8 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.9 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.10 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.11 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.12 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.13 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.14 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.15 : XX.XX [dBm]
Output Power of port No.16 : XX.XX [dBm]
Laser Alarm Status (Bit) : 0x0
LD[1] ==> Bias : 0 [mA] Temp. : 21 ['C]
LD[2] ==> Bias : 1 [mA] Temp. : 25 ['C]
LD[3] ==> Bias : 58 [mA] Temp. : 26 ['C]
LD[4] ==> Bias : 48 [mA] Temp. : 25 ['C]
--------------------------------------------------
OFAU GET CONFIG – View OFAU configuration. (Ex)
[ADMIN]# OFAU GET CONFIG
-------------------------------------------------OFAU Slot Number [1]
OFA input +5V Low Limit : 4.7 [V]
OFA input +5V High Limit : 5.3 [V]
Input Power Minimum : -15.9 [dBm]
Input Power Maximum : 6.9 [dBm]
Output Power Minimum : -5.0 [dBm]
Output Power Maximum : 18.1 [dBm]
Alarm Level of Input Power : -60.0 [dBm]
Reference Output Power : -60.0 [dBm]
IPM alarm threshold value information.
ALARM HIHI : 11.1 [dBm]
ALARM HI : 22.2 [dBm]
ALARM LO : 33.3 [dBm]
ALARM LOLO : 44.4 [dBm]
OPM alarm threshold value information.
ALARM HIHI : 55.5 [dBm]
ALARM HI : 66.6 [dBm]
ALARM LO : 77.7 [dBm]
ALARM LOLO : 88.8 [dBm]
BIAS and TEMP alarm threshold value information of LD.
# LD NO.[1]
BIAS ALARM HIHI : 111 [mA], TEMP ALARM HIHI : 22.2 ['C]
BIAS ALARM HI : 112 [mA], TEMP ALARM HI : 22.3 ['C]
BIAS ALARM LO : 113 [mA], TEMP ALARM LO : 22.4 ['C]
BIAS ALARM LOLO : 114 [mA], TEMP ALARM LOLO : 22.5 ['C]
# LD NO.[2]
BIAS ALARM HIHI : 333 [mA], TEMP ALARM HIHI : 44.4 ['C]
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BIAS ALARM HI : 334 [mA], TEMP ALARM HI : 44.5 ['C]
BIAS ALARM LO : 335 [mA], TEMP ALARM LO : 44.6 ['C]
BIAS ALARM LOLO : 336 [mA], TEMP ALARM LOLO : 44.7 ['C]
# LD NO.[3]
BIAS ALARM HIHI : 555 [mA], TEMP ALARM HIHI : 66.6 ['C]
BIAS ALARM HI : 556 [mA], TEMP ALARM HI : 66.7 ['C]
BIAS ALARM LO : 557 [mA], TEMP ALARM LO : 66.8 ['C]
BIAS ALARM LOLO : 558 [mA], TEMP ALARM LOLO : 66.9 ['C]
# LD NO.[4]
BIAS ALARM HIHI : 0 [mA], TEMP ALARM HIHI : 0.0 ['C]
BIAS ALARM HI : 0 [mA], TEMP ALARM HI : 0.0 ['C]
BIAS ALARM LO : 0 [mA], TEMP ALARM LO : 0.0 ['C]
BIAS ALARM LOLO : 0 [mA], TEMP ALARM LOLO : 0.0 ['C]-------------------------------------------------
5.1.5.13 SNMP Setup Commands
Before attempting an SNMP interface connection, use the SNMP CLI
command to setup the Read Only and Read/Write community strings
and define the trap IP addresses, community and state (enabled or
disabled). See below for examples. (Ex)
Usage : SNMP [ARG0] [ARG1] [ARG2] [ARG3]
ARG0 : TRAP , ROCOMM, RWCOMM, TRAPEN, TRAPCOMM
ARG1 : GET , SET
ARG2 : GET - TRAP : Trap Receiver Index. (0 ~ 4)
- ROCOMM: Read Only Community. Max StrLen 10
- RWCOMM: Read Write Community. Max StrLen 10
- TRAPEN: Trap Receiver Index. (0 ~ 4)
- TRAPCOMM: Trap Receiver Index. (0 ~ 4)
SET - TRAP: Trap Receiver Index. (0 ~ 4)
- ROCOMM: Read Only Community. Max StrLen 10
- RWCOMM: Read Write Community. Max StrLen 10
- TRAPEN: Trap Receiver Index. (0 ~ 4)
- TRAPCOMM: Trap Receiver Index. (0 ~ 4)
ARG3 : SET - TRAP : Manager IP. [XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX]
- TRAPEN: ON, OFF
- TRAPCOMM: Community Public. Max StrLen 10
SNMP GET TRAP [Index]. (Ex)
[ADMIN]# SNMP GET TRAP 1
SNMP Trap Receiver [1] IP : 192.168.0.52
SNMP GET ROCOMM. (Ex)
[ADMIN]# SNMP GET ROCOMM
SNMP Read Only Community: public
SNMP GET RWCOMM. (Ex)
[ADMIN]# SNMP GET RWCOMM
SNMP Read Write Community: PRIVATE
SNMP GET TRAPEN [Index] (Ex)
[ADMIN]# SNMP GET TRAPEN 1
SNMP Trap Receiver- [1] State: OFF [0]
SNMP GET TRAPCOMM [Index] (Ex)
[ADMIN]# SNMP GET TRAPCOMM 1
SNMP Trap Receiver- [1] Trap Community: public
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SNMP SET ROCOMM [string] (Ex)
[ADMIN]# SNMP SET ROCOMM PUBLIC
SNMP Community public: PUBLIC setting success.
This setting will be applied after reboot.
SNMP SET RWCOMM [string] (Ex)
[ADMIN]# SNMP SET RWCOMM PUBLIC
SNMP Community public: PRIVATE setting success.
This setting will be applied after reboot.
SNMP SET TRAPEN [Index] [ON/OFF] (Ex)
[ADMIN]# SNMP SET TRAPEN 1 ON
SNMP Trap [1] Enable Setting Successful...
SNMP SET TRAPCOMM [Index] [string] (Ex)
[ADMIN]# SNMP SET TRAPCOMM 1 public
SNMP Trap Receiver [1] Trap Community: public setting success.
This setting will be applied after reboot.
5.1.6
SNMP Summary
The NMOA family supports SNMPv1, and SNMPv2c. SNMPv3 is not
currently supported. A GUI (Graphical User Interface) in the form of a MIB
browser or network management software can be established for remote
control and monitoring using the SNMP interface on the NMOA unit. See
the prior CLI section 5.1.5.13 on information on how to change the SNMP
configuration.
Community strings
Read Only Community: This is an access privilege for general users like
operators who are not allowed to modify configurations. Identical to USER
account in CLI.
Read/Write Community: This is an access privilege for system
administrators, who can modify product configurations. Identical to
ADMIN in CLI
Traps
A “Trap” is generated during an alarm event, and information about this
alarm event will be sent to one or more designated “trap receivers”. The
Trap IP address is the IP address for the Trap Receiver. Up to 5 Trap IP
addresses can be assigned per each NMOA unit.
Trap Enable: Enables alarm transmission to a configured Trap IP
address. Assign Trap IP addresses before Enabling the Traps associated
with them.
Trap Community: The community name to be used by the device when
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sending traps.
Table 10 Factory Default SNMP Settings
Item
Sub-command
Default Value
RO community
ROCOMM
PUBLIC
RW community
RWCOMM
PRIVATE
Trap IP
TRAP
0.0.0.0
Trap Enable
TRAPEN
OFF
See the prior CLI section 5.1.5.13 on information on how to change the
SNMP configuration.
5.2
5.2.1
SNMP MIB Table
entPhysicalEntry
Table 11 entPhysicalEntry
entityMIB OID : 1.3.6.1.2.1.47
Acces
s
RO
Name
OID
Type
EntPhysicalIndex
1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.1
Integer32
EntPhysicalDescr
1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.2
entPhysicalVendorType
1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.3
RO
Not Used
entPhysicalContainedIn
1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.4
octets
object
identifier
Integer32
RO
Not Used
EntPhysicalClass
EntPhysicalParentRelPo
s
EntPhysicalName
1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.5
Integer32
RO
1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.6
Integer32
RO
1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.7
octets
RO
E.T.C
RO
Not Used
- entPhysicalIndex : entity physical index
- entPhysicalDescr : entity physical description
- entPhysicalVendorType : entity physical vendor type
- entPhysicalClass : entity physical class
- entPhysicalName : entity physical name
5.2.2
propertyEntry
Table 12 propertyEntry
propertyIdent OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1
Name
OID
Type
ParameterOID
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.1.1.1
object identifier
RO
AlarmEnable
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.1.1.2
octets
RO
CurrentAlarmState
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.1.1.3
Integer32
RO
AnalogAlarmHIHI
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.1.1.4
Integer32
RO
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AnalogAlarmHI
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.1.1.5
Integer32
RO
AnalogAlarmLO
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.1.1.6
Integer32
RO
analogAlarmLOLO
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.1.1.7
Integer32
RO
analogAlarmDeadband
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.1.1.8
Integer32
RO
Not Used
- parameterOID : analog alarm parameter OID
- alarmEnable : analog alarm enable
- currentAlarmState : current alarm status of analog alarm parameter
- analogAlarmHIHI : analog alarm HIHI threshold value
- analogAlarmHI : analog alarm HI threshold value
- analogAlarmLO : analog alarm LO threshold value
- analogAlarmLOLO : analog alarm LOLO threshold value
5.2.3
currentAlarmEntry
Table 13 currentAlarmEntry
discretePropertyEntry OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.2.1
Name
OID
Type
Access
CurrentAlarmOID
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.2.1.1
object identifier
RO
currnetAlarmAlarmState
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.2.1.2
Integer32
RO
currentAlarmAlarmValue
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.2.1.3
Integer32
RO
E.T.C
- currentAlarmOID : now, OID of generated alarm
- currentAlarmAlarmSate : Alarm state of generated alarm
- currnetAlarmAlarmValue : Alarm value of generated alarm
5.2.4
discretePropertyEntry
Table 14 discretePropertyEntry
discretePropertyEntry OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.3.1
Name
OID
Type
Access
discreteParameterOID
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.3.1.1
object identifier
RO
discreteAlarmValue
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.3.1.1
Integer32
RO
discreteAlarmEnable
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.3.1.1
Integer32
RO
discreteAlarmState
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.1.3.1.1
Integer32
RO
E.T.C
- discreteParameterOID : discrete alarm parameter OID
- discreteAlarmValue : discrete alarm value
- discreteAlarmEnable : discrete alarm enable
- discreteAlarmState : discrete alarm status
5.2.5
alarmsIdent
Table 15 alarmsIdent
alarmsIdent OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.2
Name
OID
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alarmLogNumberOfEntry
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.2.1
Integer32
RO
alarmLogLastIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.2.2
Integer32
RO
AlarmLogIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.2.3.1.1
Integer32
RO
alarmLogInformation
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.2.3.1.2
Octets
RO
AlarmLogText
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.2.4
Octets
RO
- alarmLogNumberOfEntry : Count of log information (1~100)
- alarmLogLastIndex : Last index of log index
- alarmLogIndex : log index (1 ~ 32767)
- alarmLogInformation : alarm log information
* log information format - Time : alarm type : commonNeStatus : OID : Alarm Value
5.2.6
commonIdent
Table 16 commonIdent
commonIdent OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3
Name
OID
Type
Access
commonLogicalID
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Octets
R/W
CommonVendor
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Octets
RO
commonModelNumber
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Octets
RO
commonSerialNumber
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Octets
RO
commonVendorInfo
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Octets
RO
CommonReset
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Integer32
R/W
commonAlarmDetectionControl
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Integer32
R/W
commonNetworkAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
IP Address
RO
commonTrapCommunityString
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Octets
R/W
commonInternalTemperature
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Integer32
RO
CommonTime
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Integer32
RO
commonVarBindings
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Integer32
RO
commonResetCause
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.1.1
Integer32
RO
Note
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- commonLogicalID : logical ID
- commonVendor : vendor
- commonModelNumber : model number
- commonSerialNumber : serial number of model
- commonVendorInfo : vendor information
- commonReset : software reset(write ‘1’)
- commonAlarmDetectionControl : Detection control of all alarm parameters
- commonNetworkAddress : network address of system
- commonTrapCommunityString : trap community(default : public)
- commonInternalTemperature : temperature of OFA module
- commonTime : time(position value)
- commonVarBindings : value of binding
- commonResetCause : cause of latest reset
5.2.7
commonMulticastGroup
Table 17 commonMulticastGroup
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commonMulitcastGroup OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.3
Name
OID
Type
Access
commonMaxMulticastAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.3.1
Integer32
RO
commonMulticastAddressIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.3.2.1.1
Integer32
RO
commonMulticastAddressNumber
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.3.3.2.1.2
Octets
R/W
Note
- commonMaxMulticastAddress : Maximum number of multicast address
- commonMulticastAddressIndex : Index multicast address
- commonMulticastAddressNumber : Address of multicast
5.2.8
heOpticalAmplifierGroup
Table 18 heOpticalAmplifierGroup
heOpticalAmplifierGroup OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3
Name
OID
Type
Access
heOpAmpUnitOutputStatus
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3.1.1.1.1.1
Integer32
heOpAmpUnitOnOffControl
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3.1.1.1.1.2
Integer32
RO
heOpAmpInputIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3.1.1.2.1.1
Gauge32
RO
heOpAmpInputPower
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3.1.1.2.1.2
Integer32
RO
heOpAmpLaserIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3.1.1.3.1.1
Integer32
RO
heOpAmpLaserTemp
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3.1.1.3.1.2
Integer32
RO
heOpAmpLaserBiasCurrent
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3.1.1.3.1.3
Gauge32
RO
heOpAmpOutputIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3.1.1.4.1.1
Gauge32
RO
heOpAmpOutputPower
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3.1.1.4.1.4
Integer32
RO
heOpAmpOutputGainType
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.1.3.1.1.4.1.5
Integer32
RO
Note
RO
- heOpAmpUnitOutputStatus : output status(on/off) of optical amplifier
- heOpAmpUnitOnOffControl : output status control of optical amplifier
- heOpAmpInputIndex : index of input power
- heOpAmpInputPower : input power value
- heOpAmpLaserIndex : index of LD
- heOpAmpLaserTemp : temp of LD
- heOpAmpLaserBiasCurrent : bias current of LD
- heOpAmpOutputIndex : index of output power
- heOpAmpOutputPower : value of output power
- heOpAmpOutputGainType : output power gain type(AGC/APC)
5.2.9
heBaseIdent
Table 19 heBaseIdent
heBaseIdent OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2
Name
OID
Type
HeCommonTime
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1
Octets
RO
HeCommonTemperature
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.2
Integer32
RO
HeCommonSoftwareReset
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.3
Integer32
RO
heCommonAlarmDetectionControl
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.4
Integer32
RO
heCommonLogNumberOfEntries
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.2.1
Integer32
RO
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HeCommonLogLastIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.2.2
Integer32
RO
HeCommonLogIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.2.3.1.1
Gauge32
RO
HeCommonLogOID
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.2.3.1.2
Object Identifier
RO
HeCommonLogValue
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.2.3.1.3
Integer32
RO
HeCommonLogState
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.2.3.1.4
Integer32
RO
HeCommonLogTime
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.2.3.1.5
Octets
RO
HeCommonLogText
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.1.1.1.2.3.1.6
Octets
RO
- heCommonTime : time
- heCommonTemperature : internal temperature of Optical Amplifier
- heCommonSoftwareReset : software reset(write ‘1’)
- heCommonAlarmDetectionControl : detection control of all alarm parameters
- heCommonLogNumberOfEntries : count of log entries
- heCommonLogLastIndex : lastest index of log
- heCommonLogOID : OID of alarm parameter
- heCommonLogValue : alarm value
- heCommonLogState : alarm state
- heCommonLogTime : activated time of alarm
- heCommonLogText : text information of alarm
5.2.10
hePowerSupply
Table 20 hePowerSupply
hePowerSupply OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.2
Name
OID
Type
HePsUnitDescription
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.2.1.1.1.1.3
Octets
Access
RO
HePsOuputIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.2.1.1.2.1.1
Integer32
RO
HePsOutputVoltage
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.2.1.1.2.1.4
Integer32
RO
- hePsUnitDescription : description(AC 110~220 / DC -48) of power supply module
- hePsOuputIndex : index of power supply module
- hePsOutputVoltage : output voltage of power supply module
5.2.11
heFans
Table 21 heFans
heFans OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.3
Name
OID
Type
Access
HeFanUnitAlarm
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.3.1.1.1.1.1
Integer32
RO
HeFanStatusIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.3.1.1.2.1.1
Gauge32
RO
HeFanStatusIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.5591.1.11.2.3.1.1.2.1.3
Integer32
RO
- heFanUnitAlarm : status of fan(‘1’ is ok, another value is not ok)
- heFanStatusIndex : index of fan
- heFanStatusAlarm : status of fan(‘1’ is ok, another value is not ok)
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SNMP Trap Information
During a typical SNMP GET transaction, the SNMP Manager (or console) will initiate
a request for data and the SNMP Agent (in this case the NMOA) will respond with
the requested data. When an alarm occurs, an SNMP Trap containing the alarm
information is created by the SNMP Agent, and is subsequently sent to the SNMP
Manager without a prior request from the recipient. It is expected the SNMP Manager
will be prepared to receive the trap with the SNMP Trap Receiver properly configured
for this feature.
Please note that an SNMP TRAP is generated for all alarm activations.
TRAP format
Binding #1: sysUpTime
Binding #2: snmpTrapOID
Binding #3: Alarm OID and value
6
6.1
PERFORMANCE CHECK
Precautions for Testing
After completing installation of the NMOA8200 Series EYDFA as described in
the GETTING STARTED section be sure to final check that the EYDFA is
securely mounted to an equipment rack and, all electrical connections are
correctly established.
Work in an ESD controlled environment and observe ESD precautions
including the use of a grounded wrist strap when handling equipment.
Never look into the end of an optical cable or an exposed optical bulkhead
connector attached to an optical output device this is operating. Laser radiation
is invisible, and direct exposure can severely injure the human eye.
6.2
Measuring Instruments
The required instruments for the performance test and descriptions are listed
below in Table 22.
Table 22 Instruments for Performance Test
Instrument
Performance
Optical Source
or
Optical Transmitter
Input Optical Signal Source to the EYDFA
Operational wavelength 1550nm
Variable Optical Attenuator Controls the optical input power
Optical Power Meter
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Alhambra, California 91803-1542
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Measures the optical power (calibrated to
1550 nm for accuracy)
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Performance Test Procedure
1. Confirm that all power switches for all equipment are in the OFF state.
2. Clean all fiber optical bulk heads and patch cords fiber end faces (see section
Connecting Optical Fiber Patch Cords for details)
3. With an optical fiber patch cord, connect the optical source or transmitter to
the input of the optical power meter.
4. Turn on the power meter.
5. Turn on the optical source and measure the optical power.
6. Make sure the Optical power measured from the source is above the
minimum optical input power threshold for the EYDFA, and below the
maximum input power threshold for the EYDFA, which is described in the test
report included with the NMOA8200 shipping carton, or referring to the model
specific datasheet.
7. Turn off the source. If there is a key switch on the source, it can be turned to
the OFF position.
8. Disconnect the optical power meter, and connect the source to the input of
the NMOA8200 EYDFA (shown in the diagram below as Device Under Test DUT).
9. Confirm the measurable power range of the optical power meter. A typical
EYDFA optical output power level can be very high, and the optical power
meter may be irreversibly damaged if it’s input power specifications are
violated. If the input power specification range is lower than the specified
output power of the EYDFA, an optical attenuator must be inserted between
the output of the EYDFA and the input of the optical power meter.
10. Finally, connect the output of the EYDFA directly (or through a variable optical
attenuator if necessary) to an optical power meter with an optical fiber patch
cord(s).
11. Turn on the power meter.
12. Power up the EYDFA with the key switch OFF, and wait for it to initialize.
13. Turn the key switch for the source to ON.
14. Turn the key switch for the EYDFA to ON.
15. Under normal operating conditions, with LASER ON state, and the optical
input power is within the optical input power range of the EYDFA, confirm that
the optical output power of the EYDFA is within specification.
Optical
a
b
Optical
Optical
Power
DUT
Source
Attenuator
Meter
Figure 1. NMOA8200 Series EYDFA Measuring Instrument Setup
6.4
Alarm Test Procedure
The LOS (Loss of Signal) Alarm of the NMOA8200 Series EYDFA occurs
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when the optical input power of the EYDFA is lower than the minimum optical
input power threshold of the unit (see the TEST REPORT for the factory
measured value).
It is possible to check the LOS Alarm, by inserting a variable optical
attenuator between the optical source and the input to the NMOA8200
EYDFA. The input power of the EYDFA can be adjusted by using the optical
variable attenuator to a value below the minimum optical input signal level.
Once the optical power drops below the input power threshold, the LOS
Alarm should activate. Under this condition, the NMOA8200 Series EYDFA
will change it’s state to Automatic Laser Shutdown (ALS) mode, and the color
of the Status LED on the front panel will change to red.
The state information watch program of the NMOA8200 Series EYDFA will
log both the activated event type and the event time. If SNMP is enabled and
configured, an SNMP trap will be sent.
If the Buzzer selection is in the ON state, the Buzzer sound will activate.
The Buzzer sound can be cancelled by pushing any switch on the front panel
or by selecting Buzzer OFF via the front panel interface (see section 4.2.3 for
details).
If the Buzzer selection in the LCD menu is in the OFF state the Buzzer sound
will not sound but the event type and time values are logged. When the
optical input power of the NMOA8200 Series EYDFA returns to normal input
range, the LED on the front panel and the Buzzer sound automatically turn
off. The alarm clear condition will also be automatically logged and SNMP
trap sent.
7
7.1
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting Precautions
This section of the manual will provide an overview of how to trouble shoot
abnormal conditions of the NMOA8200 series EYDFA. It is expected that a
properly trained and accredited network operator with a general
understanding of optical networking safety, theory and system operation will
attempt to resolve the issue.
Any other repair attempts except those explained in this chapter may cause
unexpected damage or problems to the unit or installation.
Careful treatment and caution is required for all trouble shooting procedures.
7.2
Basic Troubleshooting Procedures
The front panel of the EYDFA contains a Laser LED and a Status LED. In
normal operation, both LED’s will be solid Green.
Problems may be indicated by anything other than solid Green LED’s. The
table below provides a summary of alarm states and possible causes.
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Table 23 Alarm States and Causes
Case
Laser
LED
Status
LED
1
Off
Off
- Unless two LED’s have malfunctioned, this could
indicate the unit is off, or electric power is not
provided.
2
Red
Red
- The optical input power of the EYDFA does not
meet the minimum requirement.
3
Green
Red
- The optical output power of the EYDFA does not
meet the specified output power.
7.2.1.1.1.1.1.1
Causes
4
Green
Yellow
- The bias current of the Pump Laser Diode of the
EYDFA is abnormal.
- Case Temp is out of the specified range
- FAN failure
5
Green
to Red
Yellow
to Red
The internal temperature of the Pump Laser Diode
of the EYDFA is out of the specified range.
Case 1: Check the power switch and power cord to ensure
electric power is provided properly. Disconnect and isolate all
power sources before checking power supply fuses.
Case 2: Measure whether the optical input power of the EYDFA
from the optical source or optical transmitter satisfies the
minimum optical input power condition of the EYDFA. If the
optical input power of the EYDFA is satisfied, attempt to clean
the fiber face surface of the optical input of the EYDFA. See
Connecting Optical Fiber Patch Cords in section 2.6 for
further details.
Case 3: Check the Laser ON/OFF state on the Laser Control
menu.
Case 4: Check the fans and confirm unrestricted airflow. Make
sure environmental operating conditions are not being
exceeded. Check for Pump Laser Diode bias alarms in the user
interface.
Case 5: In the case where the Status LED turns yellow at first,
followed by both Laser and Status LED’s turning red, the
internal pump laser diode internal temperature is abnormal. The
laser diode may require either an adjustment or a replacement.
If you identify the problem as shown in the Table or have an unidentified
problem you must stop operating the EYDFA immediately, and please
contact Emcore for support.
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Tel: 626-293-3400
Fax: 626-293-3428
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8.1
USER’S MANUAL | APRIL 23, 2010
CLAIMS AND REPACKAGING
Claims
Immediately inform Emcore and, if necessary, the carrier, if
•The contents of the shipment are incomplete
•The unit or any of its components are damaged or defective
•The unit does not pass the initial inspection
In the event of carrier responsibility, Emcore will allow for the repair or
replacement of the unit while a claim against the carrier is being processed.
8.2
Returning Shipments to Emcore
Emcore will only accept returns for which an approved Return Material
Authorization (RMA) has been issued. This number must be obtained prior to
shipping any material to Emcore. The owner’s name and address, the model
number and full serial number of the unit, the RMA number, and an itemized
statement of claimed defects must be included with the return material.
Ship the return material in the original shipping container and packing
material. The figure below shows the correct placement of the original
packing material in the original inner box.
NOTE: In the event of a reshipment back to the manufacturer, any additional
damage caused by not using the original boxes will be considered the
responsibility of the customer.
If the original shipping container and packing material are not available,
typical packaging guidelines are as follows:
1. Wear an anti-static wrist strap and work in an ESD controlled area.
2. Wrap the unit in anti-static packaging. Use anti-static connector covers, as
applicable.
3. Pack the unit in a reliable shipping container.
4. Use enough shock-absorbing material (10 to 15 cm or 4 to 6 in on all sides)
to cushion the unit and prevent it from moving inside the container. Pink
poly anti-static foam is recommended.
5. Seal the shipping container securely.
6. Clearly mark FRAGILE on its surface.
7. Always provide the model and serial number of the unit and, if necessary, the
RMA number on any accompanying documentation.
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Alhambra, California 91803-1542
Tel: 626-293-3400
Fax: 626-293-3428
www.emcore.com
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USER’S MANUAL | APRIL 23, 2010
8. Please contact the RMA department, using the contact information at the
beginning of this document, to provide an RMA number and a shipping
address.
Figure: (a) Original packaging material placement with in the box and (b) with wrapped EYDFA
contained in original box.
Information contained herein is deemed to be reliable and accurate as of issue date. EMCORE
reserves the right to change the design, specifications or the user manual at any time without
notice. EMCORE, and the EMCORE logo are trademarks of EMCORE Corporation.
EMCORE Broadband
2015 West Chestnut Street
Alhambra, California 91803-1542
Tel: 626-293-3400
Fax: 626-293-3428
www.emcore.com
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