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Alcatel-Lucent GSM

9100 BTS/9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS Corrective Maintenance Handbook

BTS Document Procedural Handbook Release B10

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RELEASED Maintenance Handbook


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Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 1 Safety Rules and Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 1.1 Safety Rules for Equipment Under Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 1.2 Electrostatic Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 1.2.1 Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 1.2.2 Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 1.2.3 Transportation and Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 1.2.4 Components and PBAs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS RITs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 2.1 Adjust the MSUM/MSUMA (CGU) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 2.2 Before You Start to Replace 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS or SSC RITs . . . . . . . . . . . 19 2.3 Replace 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 2.4 Replace COBO RITs (Fuses and Abis Lightning Protection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 2.5 Replace ACCO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 2.6 Replace ABISCO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 2.7 Replace Fan Cassette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 2.8 Replace Top of Cover with Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 2.9 Replace Integrated Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 2.10 Replace VSWR Detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 2.11 Replace SSC RITs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 2.11.1 Replace SSCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 2.11.2 Replace SSCPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 2.11.3 Replace SSCFH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 2.11.4 Replace SSCF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 2.11.5 Replace SSCCF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 2.11.6 Replace SSC Lightning Protector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 9100 BTS RITs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 3.1 Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 3.1.1 Before You Start to Open and Close BTS 9100 Cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 3.1.2 Open and Close 9100 BTS and External Battery Indoor Cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . 47 3.1.3 Open and Close 9100 BTS and External Battery Outdoor Cabinets . . . . . . . . . 48 3.2 Adjust the Clock of the SUM (CGU) in the 9100 BTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 3.3 Before You Start to Replace 9100 BTS RITs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 3.4 Physical RIT Positions in STASR/ACSR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 3.5 Replace ABAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 3.6 Replace ACDUE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 3.7 Replace ACIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 3.8 Replace AC Link Lightning Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 3.9 Replace ACRI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 3.10 Replace ADAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 3.11 Replace ADAM2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 3.12 Replace ADAM4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 3.13 Replace ANX, ANY, ANC, ANB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 3.14 Replace AGC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 3.15 Replace APOD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 3.16 Replace BACO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 3.17 Replace BAC2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 3.18 Replace BATS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 3.19 Replace BCU1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 3.20 Replace BCU2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 3.21 Replace BU41 in Combination with PM08/PM11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 3.22 Replace BU100 in Combination with PM08/PM11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 3.23 Replace BU41/BU100 in Combination with PM12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100

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3.23.1 Replace BU41 in Combination with PM12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.23.2 Replace BU100 in Combination with PM12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace BU101 in 9100 MBS GSM Outdoor and 9100 MBS GSM Evolution Outdoor . . . Replace DAC Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.25.1 Replace DAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.25.2 Replace Inlet Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.25.3 Replace Outlet Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.25.4 Replace Fan Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace DCDUE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace External Diplexer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace FACB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace FANU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace GPS Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.30.1 Remove GPS Receiver from SUMX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.30.2 Install GPS Receiver on SUMX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace HEAT2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace HEAT3/HEAT4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace HEATDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace HEX2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace HEX3/HEX4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace HEX5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace HEX8/HEX9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace Lightning Protection in LPFC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.38.1 Case of CBO Variant AAAA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.38.2 Case of CBO Variant AAAB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace Lightning Protection in LPFM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace Lightning Protection in ACDUE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace Lightning Protection in LPFMT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace Lightning Protection in LPFU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace LPQM/LPQMDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace OUTC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace PCM Overvoltage Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace PM08 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace PM11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.47.1 Replace a Single PM11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.47.2 Replace All PM11s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace PM12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace PM18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.49.1 Replace PM18 Subrack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.49.2 Replace PM18 Rectifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.49.3 Replace PM18 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.49.4 Update RI and Settings on PM18C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace Range Extension Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.50.1 Replace Mast Amplification Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.50.2 Replace Power Distribution Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace/Test 9100 BTS Residual Current Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.51.1 Replace 9100 BTS Residual Current Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.51.2 Test 9100 BTS Residual Current Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace Service Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.52.1 Replace Service Light Unit in MBO Evolution Cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.52.2 Replace Service Light Lamp in MBO Cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.52.3 Replace Service Light Lamp in other Cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace/Test 9100 BTS Smoke Detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.53.1 Replace 9100 BTS Smoke Detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.53.2 Test 9100 BTS Smoke Detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace SUMP, SUMA, SUMX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replace Tower Mounted Amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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3.55.1 Replace TMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.55.2 Replace Power Distribution Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.56 Replace TRE Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.57 Replace TGTx Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.58 Replace/Test 9100 BTS Water Detection Float Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.58.1 Replace 9100 BTS Water Detection Float Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.58.2 Test 9100 BTS Water Detection Float Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.59 Replace XIOB in an Outdoor BTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.60 Replace XIBM in an Indoor BTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . External Battery Cabinet Outdoor Outdoor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1 Replace Air-Conditioner Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1.1 Case of Cabinet Version 3BK 26004 AAAA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1.2 Case of Cabinet Version 3BK 26004 AAAB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2 Replace Lightning Protection in External Outdoor Battery Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3 Replace Service Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3.1 Case of Cabinet Version 3BK 26004 AAAA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3.2 Case of Cabinet Version 3BK 26004 AAAB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4 Replace BU101 in External Battery Cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BTS OMU Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1 Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2 Use a BTS, BSC or OMC-R Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Figures
Figure 1: 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS Installed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Figure 2: RITs in COBO with Old ABISCO Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Figure 3: RITs in COBO with New ABISCO Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Figure 4: COBO Internal Layout - ACCO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Figure 5: Old ABISCO Layout (3BK 08283 AAxx) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Figure 6: New ABISCO Layout (3BK 08283 ABxx) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Figure 7: 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS with Two VSWR Detectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Figure 8: SSC, Position of RITs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Figure 9: SSC, Battery Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Figure 10: SSC, Installation of Battery Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Figure 11: SSCPS, LEDs Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Figure 12: SSCFH, Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Figure 13: SSCFH, Internal View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Figure 14: SSCCF, Detailed View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Figure 15: SSC, AC Connection Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Figure 16: CIMI/CIDI and CIMA/CIDE Front External Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Figure 17: MBI3/MBI5 Front External Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Figure 18: External Indoor Battery Cabinet Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Figure 19: COME/COMI/COEP Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Figure 20: CODE/CODI/COEP Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Figure 21: CPT2 Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Figure 22: MBO1 AC Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Figure 23: MBO1E Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Figure 24: MBO1 DC Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Figure 25: MBO1EDC Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Figure 26: MBO1T Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Figure 27: MBO2 AC Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Figure 28: MBO2E Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Figure 29: MBO2 DC Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Figure 30: MBO2EDC Module Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Figure 31: CBO AC Variant Modules Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Figure 32: CBO DC Variant Modules Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Figure 33: Module Positions of External Outdoor Battery Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Figure 34: STASR/ACSR, Physical RIT Positions and Slot Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Figure 35: BU41 Battery Branches and Terminal Connections in Combination with PM08/PM11 . . . . . . . . 96 Figure 36: BU100 Battery Branch and Terminal Connections in Combination with PM08/PM11 . . . . . . . . . 98 Figure 37: BU41/BU100 Battery Branches and Terminal Connections (top view) in Combination with PM12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Figure 38: BU101 Battery Branches and Terminal Connections (front view) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104

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Figure 39: LPFU Internal View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 Figure 40: BU101 Battery Unit and Terminal Connections in External Battery Cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178

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Tables

Tables
Table 1: 9110 Micro BTS Variants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Table 2: 9110 Micro BTS-E Variants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Table 3: VSWR Detector Variants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Table 4: 9100 BTS Antenna Network Module RIT Part Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Table 5: Torque Values for RF Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Table 6: 9100 BTS Antenna Network Module RIT Part Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Table 7: Torque Values for RF Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Table 8: Torque Values for RF Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 Table 9: TMA Part Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 Table 10: 9100 BTS TRE Module RIT Part Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Table 11: Torque Values for RF Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Table 12: 9100 BTS TRE Module RIT Part Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 Table 13: Torque Values for RF Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164

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Preface

Preface
Purpose
The 9100 BTS/9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS Corrective Maintenance Handbook describes how to perform BTS maintenance. It breaks down each maintenance task into a series of step-by-step instructions, and tells you what tools and materials are required. The handbook covers the following equipment configurations: 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS, 9100 BTS CPT2 MBO1, MBOT, MBO1E, MBO2, MBO2E CBO External Battery Cabinet Outdoor. Note: Your network may not have some of the hardware included in the handbook. For more information about these configurations, refer to the functional description documents. The Alcatel-Lucent Radio Solutions include the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS/9100 equipment described in this document.

Whats New

In Edition 12
Description improvement in: Replace AGC (Section 3.14) Replace OUTC (Section 3.44) Replace SUMP, SUMA, SUMX (Section 3.54).

In Edition 11
Section Replace GPS Receiver (Section 3.30) was added. Description improvement in Replace SUMP, SUMA, SUMX (Section 3.54).

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In Edition 10
Description improvement in: Replace ACDUE (Section 3.6) Replace Service Light (Section 3.52) Replace/Test 9100 BTS Smoke Detector (Section 3.53)

In Edition 09
Description improvements made in Replace SUMP, SUMA, SUMX (Section 3.54).

In Edition 08
Description improvement in Replace TGTx Module (Section 3.57).

In Edition 07
Update with the new equipment naming.

In Edition 06
Description improvement in: Replace AGC (Section 3.14) Replace TGTx Module (Section 3.57).

In Edition 05
Description improvement in: Replace ANX, ANY, ANC, ANB (Section 3.13) Replace SUMP, SUMA, SUMX (Section 3.54) Replace TRE Module (Section 3.56). The following sections were removed Replace ANX and ANY by ANC/ANB/AGC/AGX Replace SUMP by SUMA Reference to AGCL9P was removed from the document. Section Replace DAC Items (Section 3.25) was added. Section Replace SUMP, SUMA, SUMX (Section 3.54) was updated for SUMX. Document structure update. The document was updated for BTS NEM usage. Information about AGX module was removed.

In Edition 04
Description improvement in: Replace ANX, ANY, ANC, ANB (Section 3.13) Replace AGC (Section 3.14) Replace TRE Module (Section 3.56) Replace TGTx Module (Section 3.57)

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Replace TMA (Section 3.55.1).

In Edition 03
Information about AGCL9P was removed.

In Edition 02
The following sections were added: Replace AGC (Section 3.14) Replace TGTx Module (Section 3.57). Description improvement in: Replace ANX, ANY, ANC, ANB (Section 3.13) Replace SUMP, SUMA, SUMX (Section 3.54) Replace TRE Module (Section 3.56). The following sections were removed Replace ANX and ANY by ANC/ANB/AGC Replace SUMP by SUMA Information about AGX module was removed.

In Edition 01
First release of the document.

Audience

The handbook is intended for: Maintenance engineers System support engineers Network technicians Network operators.

Assumed Knowledge

You must have a basic understanding of the following: Alcatel-Lucent operations and maintenance concepts for the BSS Managed Objects (SBL) hierarchies of the BTS BSS hardware configurations BTS and OMC-R terminals MS-DOS Telecommunications engineering Anti-static procedures RF test and measurement equipment Signal analyzers as used on GSM networks Electronic test equipment.

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1 Safety Rules and Precautions

1 Safety Rules and Precautions


This chapter contains the following safety rules and precautions: Safety rules for equipment under power Electrostatic precautions.

Injury from Equipment Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result from mishandling. While performing any maintenance tasks or procedures, you must follow any local safety requirements, those mentioned in General Safety Instructions for Field Operations and this chapter.

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1 Safety Rules and Precautions

1.1 Safety Rules for Equipment Under Power


For maintenance purposes, field operators may have to work on equipment under power (-48 VDC or -60 VDC). This means that it is possible to touch some parts under power that are only protected by heavy fuses. Maintenance activities must be carried out carefully to avoid short circuits and to prevent serious personal injury. Remove all conductive objects from the hands, such as rings, bracelets, metallic wrist watches and so on. Use appropriate insulated tools for maintenance activities.

1.2 Electrostatic Precautions


1.2.1 Environment
The following electrostatic precautions must be observed: Ensure that work benches, stools, and floor mats have a conducting surface connected to ground. Before handling static-sensitive components and assemblies, ground yourself to the conducting surface using an anti-static wrist strap When handling static-sensitive components and assemblies, do not wear or use clothes made of wool, nylon or any other synthetic material. Such fabrics are major sources of static build up When handling static-sensitive components and assemblies, do not use gloves and finger covers, unless they are made of cotton.

1.2.2 Tools
The following electrostatic precautions must be observed: Ensure that all the tools which come into contact with static-sensitive components are at the same voltage level as the conducting work surfaces and floor mats. These tools include soldering irons, oscilloscopes, power supplies, and metal parts of tools and fixtures that are used to hold, assemble or test PBAs Do not use rough cleaners or erasers to clean the gold-plated contacts on PBAs Do not mark a PBA with a lead pencil or any other writing instrument Do not use synthetic brushes to clean equipment, and do not use dry cleaning methods.

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1.2.3 Transportation and Storage


The following electrostatic precautions must be observed: Pack all containers used to transport and store static-sensitive components, and use aluminium container tubes if possible. If not, insert the component terminations into electrically conductive foam Before shipping a PBA, wrap it in a conducting synthetic bag or in aluminium foil. Also pack the PBA in a polyethylene transport box Before shipping a PBA which has MOS components, ensure that an appropriate warning symbol is displayed on the package Store spare PBAs in their appropriate polyethylene boxes. Keep the boxes closed except when access to their contents is required Do not store PBAs in an area where the air is polluted with smoke, dust, dangerous gases or other airborne particles that may cause damage Do not stack PBAs side-by-side or on top of each other with the board surfaces or components in contact with one another Before cleaning a PBA, remove or disconnect the damage protection, such as protective foam, to allow the PBA to be cleaned thoroughly. Replace the damage protection upon completion of the task.

1.2.4 Components and PBAs


The following electrostatic precautions must be observed: Components and PBAs not in protective containers, must only be handled by trained personnel in static-controlled work areas Before removing a PBA from an equipment rack, discharge any static by touching the metal frame of the rack with your hand Always handle a PBA by the edges Do not handle or carry a PBA by any of the mounted components Do not handle a PBA by the gold-plated contact terminals and do not apply direct pressure to the components Do not touch PBA connection pins or conductor paths Do not touch PBAs with wet hands Place PBAs that have been removed during maintenance with the soldered side down on a conductive surface Do not scratch or rub the soldered side of a PBA with a sharp or rough object Do not repair PBAs in the switch room Do not handle components and assemblies by their leads Do not use excessive force when inserting connection boards.

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2 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS RITs


This chapter tells you how to adjust the CGU and how to remove and replace 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS and SSC RITs. It contains procedures for replacing the following RITs: 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS COBO ACCO ABISCO Fan Cassette Top of Cover with Fan Integrated Antenna VSWR detector SSC RITs.

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2.1 Adjust the MSUM/MSUMA (CGU)


Prerequisites Note the following conditions. You must: Have read Safety Rules and Precautions (Section 1) before performing any maintenance procedures Be familiar with electrostatic precautions. Refer to Electrostatic Precautions (Section 1.2) for more information Ensure that the MSUM/MSUMA (CGU) has had power continuously supplied for the previous 15 minutes Ensure that the frequency counter has had the warm-up period specified by the manufacturer Ensure that the second CLLK is in a serviceable condition Ensure that the ambient temperature remains constant during the adjustment procedure. Tools and Materials You must have: A frequency counter with a resolution of 0.01 Hz at 2.16 MHz A cable (ref. 3BK 08066 AB) for connecting the frequency counter to the BTS A BTS NEM connected via an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to the MMI port on the COBO. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System None. Loss of Calls Failure to comply with the prerequisites can result in the BTS being locked (disabled) and all calls being lost.

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Adjust Output Frequency

To adjust the output frequency of a CGU in a 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS: 1. Unlock the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, and open it downwards to expose the COBO. Then, loosen the retaining bolts on the front cover of the COBO and remove it from the COBO base. 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port in the COBO. 3. Connect the frequency counter to the clock output connector on the COBO. 4. Wait until triggering occurs on the input signal port of the frequency counter, and the display provides at least nine digits of resolution. Then proceed as follows: If the indicated frequency is between 2 166 666.55 Hz and 2 166 666.77 Hz, proceed to Step 6 If not, adjustment is necessary. Continue with Step 5. 5. Use the BTS NEM (see BTS NEM User Guide Adjust the OCXO) to adjust the BTS clock for a frequency between 2 166 666.55 Hz and 2 166 666.77 Hz. 6. Disconnect the frequency counter from the COBO. 7. Disconnect the MMI cable from the COBO and remove the terminal. 8. Replace the COBO front cover in position over the base and tighten the retaining bolts. Then, close the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, and lock it.

2.2 Before You Start to Replace 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS or SSC RITs
Read this section before starting the replacement procedures in this chapter. Prerequisites Note the following conditions. You must: Have read Safety Rules and Precautions (Section 1) before performing any maintenance procedures Be familiar with electrostatic precautions. Refer to Electrostatic Precautions (Section 1.2) for more information Know how to use the BTS NEM software Establish an efficient means of communication with an OMC-R operator in order to lock (disable) and unlock (initialize) the BTS when required. Tools and Materials You must have: The hand tools specified in the relevant sections A serviceable replacement RIT with an identical part number, unless stated otherwise. Impact on System This depends on the nature of the RIT and its position in the system. Refer to the specific replacement procedures. Restrictions None.

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2.3 Replace 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS


The 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS is a single RIT, housed inside a protective cover on a mounting frame, and connected to a COBO. The 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS replacement procedure is valid for all 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS variants listed in the following table. RIT DB4G MB4G DB4D MB4D Description 9110 Micro BTS GSM 900 low-loss 9110 Micro BTS GSM 900 single antenna 9110 Micro BTS GSM 1800 low-loss 9110 Micro BTS GSM 1800 single antenna Part Number 3BK 08245 AA 3BK 08246 AA 3BK 08247 AA 3BK 08248 AA

Table 1: 9110 Micro BTS Variants

RIT MB5L

Description 9110-E Micro BTS Micro-BTS GSM 850 single antenna 9110-E Micro BTS Micro-BTS GSM 1800 single antenna 9110-E Micro BTS Micro-BTS GSM 1900 single antenna 9110-E Micro BTS Micro-BTS GSM 850 low-loss 9110-E Micro BTS Micro-BTS GSM 1800 low-loss 9110-E Micro BTS Micro-BTS GSM 1900 low-loss 9110-E Micro BTS Micro-BTS E-GSM 900 single antenna 9110-E Micro BTS Micro-BTS E-GSM 900 low-loss

Part Number 3BK 26181 AA

MB5D

3BK 26182 AA

MB5P

3BK 26183 AA

DB5L

3BK 26185 AA

DB5D

3BK 26186 AA

DB5P

3BK 26187 AA

MB5E

3BK 26188 AA

DB5E

3BK 26189 AA

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Tools and Materials You must have: A medium flathead screwdriver Equipment suitable for lifting the BTS from its mounting A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port inside the COBO. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). Heavy Equipment The BTS weighs 25 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Use suitable equipment to lift the BTS. Do NOT lift it from the mounting frame until it is properly supported.
Protective Cover Partly Removed

Protective Cover Fully in Place

Rear section of protective cover

BTS A9110/A9110E

Note: The optional integrated antenna module for mounting on the front cooling fins of the BTS is not shown. COBO

Figure 1: 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS Installed

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Dismount 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS

To dismount the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS: 1. Remove the front protective cover to expose the BTS, as shown in Figure 1. If the optional fan module is installed in the cover top, disconnect the power and alarm cables to the fan from the COBO. 2. Loosen the retaining bolts on the front cover of the COBO and remove it from the COBO base. 3. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port inside the COBO. 4. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 5. Using the BTS NEM, display the current transmission settings on the BTS, and note them down for use in Step 2 of "Update Settings and Frequency". 6. If applicable, remove the RJ45 slave connectors from the bottom of the BTS, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 7. Remove the AC power plug from the bottom of the BTS. 8. Remove the antenna connectors at the bottom of the BTS, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 9. If applicable, remove the integrated antenna module from the front cooling fins of the BTS. 10. Place the lifting equipment in position next to the mounting frame and secure it to the BTS. 11. Remove the bolts at each side of the COBO that secure it to the bottom of the BTS. 12. Lift the BTS clear of the mounting points at the top of the mounting frame and free of the BTS connector at the top of the COBO.

Install New BTS 9110/9110-E

To install the new BTS 9110/9110-E: 1. Lift the replacement BTS onto the mounting points at the top of the mounting frame. Then, lower the BTS carefully onto the mounting frame to engage with the BTS connector at the top of the COBO. 2. Replace the bolts at each side of the COBO to secure it to the BTS. 3. Detach the lifting equipment from the BTS and pull it clear from the mounting frame. 4. If applicable, replace the integrated antenna module on the front cooling fins of the BTS. 5. Replace the antenna connectors. 6. Reconnect the AC power plug to the bottom of the BTS. 7. If applicable, replace the RJ45 slave connectors.

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Update Settings and Adjust Frequency

To update the settings and adjust the frequency: 1. Using the BTS NEM, update the Remote Inventory EEPROM with: Commissioning (current installation) date Network identity Logical site name. 2. Using the BTS NEM, set the transmission parameters (Q1 address) on the BTS according to the removed BTS, as noted in Step 5 of Dismount BTS 9110/9110-E. 3. Wait for 15 minutes for the OCXO to warm up and the oven alarm to disappear. 4. Adjust the frequency of the CGU in the BTS. Refer to Adjust the MSUM/MSUMA (CGU) (Section 2.1) for more information. 5. Using the BTS NEM, initialize BTS_TEL. 6. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 7. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 8. Replace the COBO front cover in position over the base, and then tighten the retaining bolts. 9. If applicable, reconnect the power and alarm cables to the fan from the COBO. 10. Replace the front protective cover in position over the BTS.

2.4 Replace COBO RITs (Fuses and Abis Lightning Protection)


The COBO is located inside the bottom section of the protective cover on the BTS. The following RITs are located inside the COBO: BTS and fan fuses (1AB 00953 0002/1AB 00953 0003) Abis lightning protection (1AB 04555 0014). Tools and Materials You must have: A medium flathead screwdriver An efficient means of communication with an OMC-R operator. When required, the operator must: Lock (disable) and unlock (initialize) the associated MOs (SBLs) Check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS Check that all MOs (SBLs) are in traffic. A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port inside the COBO. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled).

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Replace COBO

To replace a COBO RIT: 1. Ask the OMC-R operator to lock (disable) BTS_TEL. Tell the operator to enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 2. Unlock the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, open it upwards, and fix it at the front cover by the installed magnetic snap-on fastening to expose the COBO. 3. Loosen the retaining bolts on the front cover of the COBO and remove it from the COBO base. The layout inside the COBO is shown in the figure below. Equipment Shock Hazard Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result if the power to the equipment is not removed. Switch off the AC supply to the COBO before replacing any RITs. 4. Switch OFF the AC power supply to the COBO.

Figure 2: RITs in COBO with Old ABISCO Board

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Figure 3: RITs in COBO with New ABISCO Board 5. Remove the appropriate faulty RIT and replace it with a new one. The following items are replaceable: BTS fuses (2 x 2.5 A) and fan fuses (2 x 1.25 A) Abis lightning protection (4 modules). 6. Switch ON the AC power supply to the COBO. 7. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port inside the COBO. 8. Using the BTS NEM, initialize BTS_TEL. 9. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 10. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 11. Replace the COBO front cover in position over the base, and then tighten the retaining bolts. 12. Close the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, and lock it.

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2.5 Replace ACCO


The ACCO is located inside the COBO and contains the AC lightning protection. To replace the lightning protection, you must replace the complete ACCO board. Tools and Materials You must have: A medium flathead screwdriver An efficient means of communication with an OMC-R operator. When required, the operator must: Lock (disable) and unlock (initialize) the associated MOs (SBLs) Check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS Check that all MOs (SBLs) are in traffic. A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port inside the COBO. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled).

Figure 4: COBO Internal Layout - ACCO

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Remove ACCO

To remove the ACCO RIT: 1. Ask the OMC-R operator to lock (disable) BTS_TEL. Tell the operator to enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 2. Unlock the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, open it upwards, and fix it at the front cover by the installed magnetic snap-on fastening to expose the COBO. 3. Loosen the retaining bolts on the front cover of the COBO and remove it from the COBO base. The layout inside the COBO is shown in the figure above. Equipment Shock Hazard Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result if the power to the equipment is not removed. Switch off the AC supply to the COBO before replacing the ACCO. 4. Switch OFF the AC power supply to the COBO. 5. Disconnect the AC power connections to the AC In clamp strip, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 6. If applicable, repeat Step 5 for the AC power connections to the AC Fan, AC Slave1 and AC Slave2 clamp strips. 7. Unplug the AC connector (not shown) that is hard-wired to the ACCO and plugged into the bottom of the BTS through the top side of the COBO. 8. Remove the four screws at the corners of the ACCO and take it out of the COBO.

Replace ACCO

To replace the ACCO RIT: 1. Insert the replacement ACCO and replace the four screws securing it to the COBO. 2. Plug the AC connector (not shown) that is hard-wired to the ACCO into the bottom of the BTS through the top side of the COBO. 3. If applicable, reconnect the AC power to the AC Fan, AC Slave1 and AC Slave2 clamp strips. 4. Reconnect the AC power connections to the AC In clamp strip. 5. Switch ON the AC power supply to the COBO. 6. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port inside the COBO. 7. Using the BTS NEM, initialize BTS_TEL. 8. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 9. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 10. Replace the COBO front cover in position over the base, and then tighten the retaining bolts. 11. Close the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, and lock it.

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2.6 Replace ABISCO


The ABISCO is located inside the COBO. There are two types of ABISCO: Old ABISCO, RIT is 3BK 08283 AAxx New ABISCO, RIT is 3BK 08283 ABxx.

Figure 5: Old ABISCO Layout (3BK 08283 AAxx)

ABISCO

Figure 6: New ABISCO Layout (3BK 08283 ABxx)

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Tools and Materials You must have: A medium flathead screwdriver ABISCO GND cable (3BK 08591 ABxx) when replacing old ABISCO with new ABISCO An efficient means of communication with an OMC-R operator. When required, the operator must: Lock (disable) and unlock (initialize) the associated MOs (SBLs) Check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS Check that all MOs (SBLs) are in traffic. A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port inside the COBO. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). When replacing an old ABISCO (3BK 08283 AAxx) with a new ABISCO (3BK 08283 ABxx), you must also replace the existing GND cable (3BK 08591 AAxx) connected to the board with the new cable (3BK 08591 ABxx).

Remove ABISCO

To remove the ABISCO RIT: 1. Ask the OMC-R operator to lock (disable) BTS_TEL. Tell the operator to enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 2. Unlock the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, open it upwards, and fix it at the front cover by the installed magnetic snap-on fastening to expose the COBO. 3. Loosen the retaining bolts on the front cover of the COBO and remove it from the COBO base. The layout inside the COBO is shown in Figure 5. Equipment Shock Hazard Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result if the power to the equipment is not removed. Switch off the AC supply to the COBO before replacing the ABISCO. 4. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port inside the COBO. 5. Using the BTS NEM, display antenna mapping, external alarm mapping, additional modules (e. g. cover, fan, SSC, VSWR), BTS site name and note them down for use in "Replace ABISCO". 6. Switch OFF the AC power supply to the COBO. 7. Disconnect the Abis cable from the Abis 1 and Abis 2 clamp strips, carefully noting the position of each wire for reconnection. 8. Disconnect the Alarm cables from the Alarm clamp strips, carefully noting the position of each wire for reconnection. 9. Detach the GND cable from the ABISCO board.

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10. Remove the BTS module from the MOFRA and put it aside. 11. Disengage the ABISCO from the BTS connector at the top edge of the board, and remove it from the COBO.

Replace ABISCO

To replace the ABISCO RIT: 1. Insert the replacement ABISCO into the COBO and plug it in to the BTS connector. 2. Replace the BTS module to MOFRA and make sure the ABISCO connector is in the right position. 3. Connect the GND cable to the board. Note: If you replaced an old ABISCO (3BK 08283 AAxx) with a new one (3BK 08283 ABxx), also replace the GND cable (3BK 08591 AAxx) with the new one (3BK 08591 ABxx). 4. Reconnect the Abis and Alarm cables to the clamp strips. 5. Switch ON the AC power supply to the COBO. 6. Using the BTS NEM, update antenna mapping, external alarm mapping, additional modules (e. g. cover, fan, SSC, VSWR), BTS site name as noted in Step 5 of Remove ABISCO above. 7. Using the BTS NEM, update the Remote Inventory EEPROM with: Commissioning (current installation) date Network identity Logical site name. 8. Using the BTS NEM, initialize BTS_TEL. 9. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 10. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 11. Replace the COBO front cover in position over the base, and then tighten the retaining bolts. 12. Close the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, and lock it.

2.7 Replace Fan Cassette


The optional fan cassette is located inside the top of the protective cover (with fan) on the BTS. Tools and Materials You must have: A medium flathead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port inside the COBO. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System There is no loss of telecommunications resources when the fan module is replaced.

Replace Fan Cassette

To replace a fan cassette RIT: 1. Unlock the top section of the front protective cover on the BTS, and open it to expose the fan cassette inside.

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2. Disconnect the cable coupling of the fan cassette and remove the fan cassette from the housing; i. e., stick the flathead screwdriver into one of the grooves in the middle of the frame of the fan cassette to disengage the cassette. Simultaneously put the strap at the end of the fan cassette and pull it out. 3. Replace it with a new cassette, engage it, and connect the cable coupling. 4. Close the top section of the front protective cover on the BTS and lock it. 5. Unlock the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, open it upwards, and fix it at the front cover by an installed magnetic snap-on fastening to expose the COBO. 6. Loosen the retaining bolts on the front cover of the COBO and remove it from the COBO base. 7. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port inside the COBO. 8. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the Micro-BTS remote inventory Additional Module field. 9. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 10. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 11. Replace the COBO front cover in position over the base, and then tighten the retaining bolts. 12. Close the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, and lock it.

2.8 Replace Top of Cover with Fan


The optional top of cover with fan is located at the top of the protective cover of the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS instead of the normal top cover. Note: The 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTSs installed in the field can have covers of different colors. It is important to select a replacement top of cover with the correct color before starting the replacement procedure. Tools and Materials You must have: A medium crosshead screwdriver An Allen key (M4) Side cutting pliers Two cable ties, approximately 10 cm in length A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port inside the COBO. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System There is no loss of telecommunications resources when the top of cover with fan module is replaced.

Remove Top of Cover

To remove the top of cover with fan RIT: 1. Unlock the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, open it upwards, and fix it at the front cover by the installed magnetic snap-on fastening. 2. Disconnect the couplings of the two cables which connect the COBO and the top of cover with fan. If secured, cut the cable ties.

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3. Loosen the two retaining screws of the front cover of the BTS 9110/9110-E at both sides of the cover. Lift up the complete front/bottom/top cover and remove it from the BTS 9110/9110-E.

Replace Top of Cover

To replace the top of cover with fan RIT: 1. Cut the cable ties at the inside of the front cover. 2. Loosen the three retaining screws of the top of cover, replace the top of cover by a new one, and tighten the retaining screws. 3. Secure the two cables of the top of cover with fan module inside the front cover by using cable ties. 4. Lift up the complete front/bottom/top cover, put it over the BTS 9110/9110-E and the protective back panel, tighten the retaining screws, and connect the cable couplings. 5. Loosen the retaining bolts on the front cover of the COBO and remove it from the COBO base.

Update RI

To update the Micro-BTS remote inventory: 1. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port inside the COBO. 2. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the Micro-BTS remote inventory Additional Module field. 3. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 4. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 5. Replace the COBO front cover in position over the base, and then tighten the retaining bolts. 6. Close the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, and lock it.

2.9 Replace Integrated Antenna


The integrated antenna is a discrete module which is fixed at the back of the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS. Tools and Materials You must have: A medium crosshead screwdriver A TORX screwdriver (M3) An efficient means of communication with an OMC-R operator A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port inside the COBO. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled).

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Prerequisites To avoid or to minimize telecom outage time during the replacement procedure, ask the operator to move the BCCH to a TRX with an undisturbed antenna connection. This is possible when one of the following configurations is used. A two (master/slave) 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS configuration with one or two antenna mono-band A three (master/slave/slave) 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS configuration with one or two antenna mono-band.

Replace Integrated Antenna

To replace an integrated antenna: 1. Ask the OMC-R operator to lock (disable) BTS_TEL. Tell the operator to enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 2. Unlock the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, open it upwards, and fix it at the front cover by the installed magnetic snap-on fastening. 3. Loosen the two retaining screws of the front cover of the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS at both sides of the cover. Lift up the complete front/bottom/top cover and remove it from the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS. 4. Disconnect both antenna cables. 5. Secure the antenna, unscrew the retaining screws (TORX self-tapping screws) of the antenna, and then remove it. 6. Replace the new antenna in position over the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS, secure it, and then tighten the retaining screws. 7. Connect the antenna cables.

Update RI/Initialize BTS

Update the Micro-BTS remote inventory and initialize the BTS as follows: 1. Loosen the retaining bolts on the front cover of the COBO and remove it from the COBO base. 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port inside the COBO. 3. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the Micro-BTS remote inventory Additional Module field. 4. Using the BTS NEM, initialize the BTS_TEL. 5. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 6. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 7. Replace the COBO front cover in position over the base, and then tighten the retaining bolts. 8. Lift up the complete front/bottom/top cover, put it over the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS and the protective back panel and tighten the retaining screws. 9. Close the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS and lock it.

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2.10 Replace VSWR Detector


The two VSWR detector variants are shown in the following table. RIT VSWG VSWD Description VSWR detector GSM 900 VSWR detector GSM 1800 Part Number 3BK 25062 AA 3BK 25063 AA

Table 3: VSWR Detector Variants The VSWR detector is a discrete module which is fixed to the antenna output connector of the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS. A VSWR RF jumper cable connects the VSWR detector and the antenna cable. The ALARM/VCC cable of the VSWR detector is connected with the ABISCO clamp field inside the COBO. The following figure shows a 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS with two VSWR detectors.
Protective Cover Fully in Place Protective Cover Partly Removed

Rear section of protective cover

BTS A9110/A9110E

VSWR detector 1

VSWR detector 2

Antenna connection 1 ALARM/VCC cable 1 ALARM/VCC cable 2 COBO Antenna connection 2

Figure 7: 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS with Two VSWR Detectors Tools and Materials You must have: A medium flathead screwdriver An efficient means of communication with an OMC-R operator A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port inside the COBO. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled).

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Prerequisites To avoid or to minimize telecom outage time during the replacement procedure, ask the operator to move the BCCH to a TRX with an undisturbed antenna connection. This is possible when the following configurations are used: A two antenna 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS DB4x/DB5x A two (master/slave) or three (master/slave/slave) 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS configuration with one or two antenna mono-band.

Remove VSWR Detector

To remove the VSWR Detector: 1. In a two-antenna configuration, ask the OMC-R operator to lock (disable) the TRE of the branch on which the VSWR detector will be replaced. In a one-antenna configuration, ask the OMC-R operator to lock (disable) BTS_TEL. Tell the operator to enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 2. Unlock the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, open it upwards, and fix it at the front cover by the installed magnetic snap-on fastening. 3. Loosen the retaining bolts on the front cover of the COBO and remove it from the COBO base. The layout inside the COBO is shown in Figure 4. 4. Find the shielded ALARM/VCC cable of the VSWR module to be removed. Disconnect the ALARM/VCC wires inside the COBO from the clamps located on the ABISCO board, carefully noting their positions for reconnecting the new wires. In a two-antenna configuration, the isolated wires for VCC-VSWR1 and VCC-VSWR2 and ground (GND) are fixed together. Disconnect these wires from the clamps and from each other, if necessary. 5. Unscrew the appropriate PG gland and free the ALARM/VCC cable. 6. Remove the VSWR RF jumper cable from the antenna output of the VSWR detector. 7. Disconnect the VSWR detector from the antenna output connector of the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS and insert the new one.

Connect VSWR Detector

To connect the new VSWR detector: 1. Prepare the new ALARM/VCC cable (length, shield) so that it is identical to the exchanged cable. 2. Screw the PG gland with the ALARM/VCC cable into the appropriate hole of the COBO. 3. Connect the wires for alarm and VCC to the clamps on the ABISCO board as noted earlier. In a two-antenna configuration, the isolated wires for VCC-VSWR1 and VCC-VSWR2 and GND have to be fixed together with the enclosed cable end sleeves and inserted in the clamps on the ABISCO board. 4. Connect the VSWR RF jumper cable to the antenna output of the VSWR detector. 5. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port inside the COBO. 6. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the Micro-BTS remote inventory Additional Module field. 7. Initialize the TRE or BTS_TEL.

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8. Check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 9. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 10. Replace the COBO front cover in position over the base, and then tighten the retaining bolts. 11. Close the bottom section of the front protective cover on the BTS, and lock it.

2.11 Replace SSC RITs


The following figure shows the position of the different RITs inside the SSC.
External Fan (SSCF) External Fan Cover

For optional equipment

Fan & Heater Internal (SSCFH)

AC/DC Converter (SSCPS) PS1 PS2 PS3 Connector Field (SSCFH) SSC Battery (SSCB) Main Power Switch AC Connection Field

Figure 8: SSC, Position of RITs

2.11.1 Replace SSCB


The RIT part number of the SSC battery is 3BK 25016 AA. This procedure tells you how to replace the battery. The location of the battery is shown in SSC, Position of RITs (8). The module can be replaced without switching off the power. Tools and Materials You must have: A small crosshead screwdriver A medium crosshead screwdriver Two persons to handle the SSCB. Impact on System None.

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Remove SSCB

To remove the SSCB RIT: 1. Insert the key in the door lock and turn it clockwise to unlock the door. Turn the door knob to the release position, and then pull the door open. 2. Press [ Back up ] in the Connector Field. The red LED on the right goes ON. 3. Disconnect the following cables (shown in the figure below): Ventilation valve cable X8 and X9 cables Temperature sensor cable from its coupling Ground cable.
6pole MateNLocks Fuse box cover Retaining screws Temperature sensor cable coupling Front panel handle X8 X9 Ground cable (yellow/green) Distribution clamp

Ventilation valve cable

Figure 9: SSC, Battery Connections 4. Disconnect both cables connected on X8 and X9. (Refer to the figure above. 5. Disconnect (pull apart) the temperature sensor cable coupling. (Refer to the figure above). 6. Disconnect the ground cable (yellow/green) on the distribution clamp on the right side of the bottom. (Refer to the figure above). 7. Remove the four retaining screws on the front cover of the battery unit. Heavy Equipment The battery unit weighs 32 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when moving or lifting the battery unit. The battery unit must be handled by two persons, one on the right and one on the left with one hand on the lower side and one hand on the front panel handle. 8. Slide out the battery unit on the rails and then lift it off.

Replace SSCB

To replace the SSCB RIT: 1. Make sure that the back holding clamps are in position. If they are not, the battery cannot be correctly inserted. 2. Slide in a new charged battery unit on the rails at a 20 angle (see the figure below).

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Figure 10: SSC, Installation of Battery Unit 3. Push the battery unit to the back. 4. Push the front part down until the battery unit is in a horizontal position. 5. Fix the battery unit on the front panel with four screws and special washers. 6. Open the cover of the fuse box (see Figure 9) on the battery unit and feed the ground cable through the rubber nozzle and then close the cover. 7. Reconnect the following cables: The ground cable to the yellow/green distribution clamp on the right side on the bottom of the SSC (as disconnected in step 6 of "Remove SSCB") The temperature sensor cable coupling (as disconnected in step 5 of "Remove SSCB") The two 6-pole Mate-N-Locks (can be used in any order, false polarity is protected by mechanical code) Feed the ventilation valve in the cable entry area through a PG gland on the bottom and into the free cable screw joint on the battery unit. Then fix the screw joint. 8. Press the [ Back up ] button in the Connector Field. The red LED on the right goes OUT. 9. Close and lock the door.

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2.11.2 Replace SSCPS


The RIT part number of the SSCPS is 3BK 25011 AA. This procedure tells you how to replace one of the three Power Supply Modules. The location of these modules is shown in SSC, Position of RITs (8). The module can be replaced without switching off the power. Tools and Materials You must have a small, pointed, flathead screwdriver. Impact on System None.

Replace SSCPS

To replace a SSCPS RIT: 1. Insert the key in the door lock and turn it clockwise to unlock the door. Turn the door knob to the release position, and then pull the door open. 2. Loosen the four retaining screws of the SSCPS to be replaced. 3. Pull out the SSCPS and replace it by a new one. 4. Fasten the retaining screws. 5. Check that the corresponding green LED in the Connector Field is ON. PS1 corresponds to POWER SUPPLY 1, PS2 corresponds to POWER SUPPLY 2, and PS3 corresponds to CHARGER (see the figure below).
PS2 PS3 Connector Field LEDs

Fan test POWER SUPPLY 1 POWER SUPPLY 2

CHARGER MAIN

Back up

Figure 11: SSCPS, LEDs Location 6. Close and lock the door.

2.11.3 Replace SSCFH


The RIT part number of the internal SSCFH is 3BK 25015 AA. This procedure tells you how to replace the internal fan and heater unit. Location of this module is shown in SSC, Position of RITs (8). The module can be replaced without switching off the power. Tools and Materials You must have: A small, pointed, flathead screwdriver A medium crosshead screwdriver. Impact on System None.

Replace SSCFH

To replace the SSCFH RIT: 1. Insert the key in the door lock and turn it clockwise to unlock the door. Turn the door knob to the release position, and then pull the door open.

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2. Disconnect the power supply cable and the inner and outer fan cables (see the figure below).
Retaining screw Power supply cable Inner/outer fan cable

Figure 12: SSCFH, Front View Very Hot Equipment The heating spiral of the SSCFH can become very hot and may cause burns to personnel if not handled carefully. Be careful when handling the SSCFH. 3. Support the SSCFH before removing the two retaining screws (and washers) and then pull it out.
Outer Fan cable

Heating spiral

Internal Fan

Figure 13: SSCFH, Internal View 4. Disconnect the outer fan cable wires from the clamps, carefully noting the position of each for reconnection (see the figure above). 5. Replace the SSCFH by a new one and reconnect the outer fan cable wires to the clamps as noted earlier. 6. Put the new SSCFH in the correct position and fix it with the two retaining screws. 7. Reconnect the power supply cable and the inner and outer fan cables as noted earlier. 8. On the Connector Field, press [ FAN-Test ] and check acoustically that the new fan is running. 9. Press the [ FAN-Test ] again to stop the check. 10. Close and lock the door.

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2.11.4 Replace SSCF


The RIT part number of the SSCF is 3BK 25014 AA. This procedure tells you how to replace the external fan on the top of the SSC. The location of this module outside the SSC is shown in SSC, Position of RITs (8). The module can be replaced without switching off the power. To disconnect the connection cable, you have to remove the SSCFH first. Tools and Materials You must have: An M4 single-ended spanner A small, pointed, flathead screwdriver A medium crosshead screwdriver. Impact on System None.

Replace SSCF

To replace the SSCF RIT: 1. Remove the two retaining screws of the external fan cover at the top of the SSC. Lift the front side of this cover and remove it from the locking device at the back. 2. Insert the key in the door lock and turn it clockwise to unlock the door. Turn the door knob to the release position, and then pull the door open. 3. Disconnect the power supply cable and the inner and outer fan cables from the SSCFH (see SSCFH, Front View (12)). Very Hot Equipment The heating spiral of the SSCFH can become very hot and may cause burns to personnel if not handled carefully. Be careful when handling the SSCFH. 4. Support the SSCFH before removing the two retaining screws (and washers) and then pull it out. See SSCFH, Internal View (13). 5. Disconnect the outer fan cable wires from the clamps, carefully noting the position of each for reconnecting the new cable (see SSCFH, Internal View (13)). 6. Feed the outer fan cable through the rubber nozzle at the top of the SSC so that it can be removed when removing the outer fan. 7. Unscrew the four M4 retaining nuts fixing the outer fan. 8. Remove the outer fan (and cable), replace it by a new one and fix the new one with nuts and washers from the old one.

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Connect New SSCF

To connect the new SSCF: 1. Feed the new outer fan cable through the rubber nozzle at the top of the SSC. 2. Take the SSCFH and connect the new outer fan cable wires to the clamps as noted earlier. 3. Put the SSCFH in the correct position and fix it with the two retaining screws. 4. Reconnect the power supply cable and the inner and outer fan cables as noted earlier. 5. On the Connector Field, press [ FAN-Test ] and check that the new fan is running. 6. Press the button again to stop the check. 7. Close and lock the door. 8. Put the cover of the external fan into the locking device at the top of the SSC and fix the front side of the cover with two retaining screws.

2.11.5 Replace SSCCF


The RIT part number of the SSCCF is 3BK 25012 AA. This procedure tells you how to replace the SSCCF of the SSC. The location of this RIT is shown in SSC, Position of RITs (8). Tools and Materials You must have: A small, pointed, flathead screwdriver You must establish an efficient means of communication with an OMC-R operator. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). Hot swapping not allowed. This module cannot be replaced unless the power is switched off.

Replace SSCCF

To replace a SSCCF RIT: 1. Ask the OMC-R operator to lock (disable) BTS_TEL and BTS_O&M for all BTSs connected to the SSC. Tell the operator to enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 2. Insert the key in the door lock and turn it clockwise to unlock the door. Turn the door knob to the release position, and then pull the door open. 3. Press [ Back up ] in the Connector Field. The red LED OFF on the right will be activated. 4. Turn off the main power switch (position 0, see SSC, Position of RITs (8)). 5. Disconnect all cables connected with the connectors X2, X3, X4, X9, X10, X11, carefully noting the position of each for reconnection (see the figure below).

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6. Disconnect all cables connected with the clamps X5, X6, X7, X8, X12 by disconnecting each discrete wire, carefully noting the position of each wire and each cable for reconnection (see the following figure).
Connector Group Retaining screw X10 X11 X9 X1 KRONE Connector X2 X3 X4

Fantest

POWER SUPPLY 1 POWER SUPPLY 2

CHARGER MAIN Back up OFF

X12

X5

X6

X7

X8

Clamp Group

Figure 14: SSCCF, Detailed View 7. Remove the six retaining screws at the front plate. Support the front plate and tip it over forward. 8. Disconnect the two cables connected at the back of the front plate and remove the front plate. 9. Pull out the electronic part of the SSCCF and replace it by a new one. Make sure that all boards are in their guide rails, then push it fully into the slot.

Connect New SSCCF

To connect the new SSCCF RIT: 1. Reconnect the cables of the electronic part of the SSCCF to the back of the front plate and fix the front plate with the six retaining screws. 2. Reconnect all cables and wires to the clamps and connectors as disconnected and noted in step 5 and step 6 of "Replace SSCCF". 3. Turn on the main power switch (position 1, see SSC, Position of RITs (8)). 4. If the red back up LED OFF is activated, press [ Back up ] to activate the backup function (LED OFF is deactivated). 5. Ask the OMC-R operator to unlock (initialize) BTS_TEL and BTS_O&M MOs (SBLs) and to check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all MOs (SBLs) are in traffic. 6. Close and lock the door.

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2.11.6 Replace SSC Lightning Protector


The RIT part number of the lightning protector is 3BK 25013 AA. This procedure tells you how to replace the Lightning Protector Module. This module is located in the AC connection field (see SSC, Position of RITs (8)) at the bottom of the SSC. The module can be replaced without switching off the power. Tools and Materials You must have a small crosshead screwdriver. Impact on System None.

Replace Lightning Protector

To replace a Lightning Protector Module: 1. Insert the key in the door lock and turn it clockwise to unlock the door. Turn the door knob to the release position, and then pull the door open. 2. Remove the four retaining screws on the external cover of the AC Connection field at the bottom of the SSC, and then lift it off. The following figure shows the position of the lightning protectors.
Lightning Protectors

Top Internal View


N

PE

L1

Figure 15: SSC, AC Connection Field 3. A red indicator shows which lightning protector has to be removed. Pull out this lightning protector and replace it by a new one. 4. Replace the external cover of the AC Connection Field and tighten the retaining screws. 5. Close and lock the door.

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This chapter tells you how to open and close doors, to adjust SUM (CGU) and to remove and replace 9100 BTS RITs. It contains procedures to replace the following RITs: Antenna Network Equipment Battery Units External Battery Cabinets Lightning Protection Modules PCM Overvoltage Protection Devices Power Supply and Distribution Equipment Range Extension Kit Service Light Device Smoke Detector Device Station Unit Module Temperature Control Equipment Tower Mounted Amplifier Transceiver Equipment Water Detection Float Switch.

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3.1 Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets


3.1.1 Before You Start to Open and Close BTS 9100 Cabinets
Read this section before you start to open and close 9100 BTS cabinets. Prerequisites You must have read Safety Rules and Precautions (Section 1) before performing any maintenance tasks or procedures. Tools and Materials Required You must have the key(s) for the cabinet(s). Impact on System None. Environmental Impact To comply with EMC regulations, ensure that all doors and side panels are correctly closed. To reduce the emission of RFI, doors and panels must be correctly fitted. Also, gaskets must not be broken. The BTS hardware complies with EMC regulations when operated with the doors, panels and casings in place. Distortion of Bonding Strip Gaskets EMC bonding strip gaskets are fragile. Handle them with care in order to avoid possible distortion. Restrictions None.

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3.1.2 Open and Close 9100 BTS and External Battery Indoor Cabinets
To open and close the CIMI/CIDI, CIMA/CIDE, MBI3/MBI5 or external indoor battery cabinet front door: 1. Insert the key in the door lock and turn it clockwise to unlock the door. Pull the door knob from the door recess, turn it to the release position, and then pull the door open. The following figures show the cabinet external views.
CIMA/CIDE

Door Lock

CIMI/CIDI

Door Lock

Figure 16: CIMI/CIDI and CIMA/CIDE Front External Views

MBI3

MBI5

Door Lock

Door Lock

Figure 17: MBI3/MBI5 Front External Views

Door Lock

Figure 18: External Indoor Battery Cabinet Front View 2. When you have finished working on the equipment, close the cabinet door. Turn the door knob to the lock position and push it into the door recess. Then turn the key counter-clockwise in the door lock to lock the door.

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3.1.3 Open and Close 9100 BTS and External Battery Outdoor Cabinets
Open/Close Cabinets
To open and close the COMI/COEP/COME, CODI/COEP/CODE, CPT2, MBO1/MBOT/MBO1E/MBO2/MBO2E, CBO, or external outdoor battery cabinet front doors: 1. Insert the key in the door lock and turn it clockwise to unlock the door. Pull the door knob from the door recess, turn it to the release position, and then pull the door open. Figures show the front and top internal views of the cabinets. Note: There can be two types of keys. Keys marked Side only unlock the Side Compartment door. Keys marked Side+BTS unlock all compartment doors. 2. Open the door fully so that the latch bar at the back drops into position keeping it open. 3. Insert the key in the door alarm override key switch (not available in external outdoor battery cabinet) and turn it clockwise (not necessary in CPT2/MBO1/MBOT/MBO1E/MBO2/MBO2E/CBO cabinets) to prevent door alarms being generated. For module positions see Figures 19 to 33. In the external outdoor battery cabinet pull the door switch to prevent door alarms being generated. 4. When you have finished working on the equipment, reactivate the door alarm override key switch (not available in external outdoor battery cabinet ) by turning the key counter-clockwise (if necessary) and removing the key. 5. Lift the door latch and close the door. Turn the door knob to the lock position, and then push it into the door recess. Turn the key counter-clockwise in the door lock to lock the door.

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COME COMI
Side Compartment Service Light and AC Power Socket BTS Compartment 1 Smoke Detector

COEP
BTS Compartment 2 Service Light and AC Power Socket (not neces sarily equipped)

Equipment Labels Door Alarms Override Key Switch Interconnection Panel Document Holder

Electicity Meter Option

ACSB

Option

STASR 5 Door Alarm Switch (installation on upper or lower position)

DCDP STASR 2 STASR 4

SRACDC or ACSR

STASR 1 Battery (2 BU41s or BU100)

STASR 3

Door Alarm Switch (installation on upper or lower position) Flood Det ector (installation on left or right position) Not necessarily equipped BTSRIOUT Flood Detector (installation on left or right position)

Front View

HEAT2 HEAT2

HEAT2

HEAT2

HEAT2

HEX2

HEX2

HEX2

Top View

Figure 19: COME/COMI/COEP Module Positions

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CODE CODI COEP

Side Compartment
Service Light and AC Power Socket

BTS Compartment 1 Smoke Detector

BTS Compartment 2

Equipment Labels

ACSU STASR 3 STASR 7 STASR 6

Door Alarms Override Key Switch (Busbar)

Interconnection Panel Document Holder Options or 2nd Battery STASR 2 STASR 5

Battery LPFU

STASR 1

STASR 4

Front View
Flood Detector BTSRIOUT

Door Alarm Switch

HEAT2
HEAT2 HEAT2

HEX2

HEX2

HEX2

Top View

Figure 20: CODE/CODI/COEP Module Positions

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Service Light and AC Power Socket Equipment Labels Door Alarms Override Key Switch (Busbar) OUTC Document Holder

Side Compartment

BTS Compartment 1 Smoke Detector

ACSU STASR 6 STASR 3

STASR 5 STASR 2

Door Alarm Switch

Battery

STASR 4

LPFU Flood Detector

Front View

HEAT2 HEX2

HEAT2

HEX2

Top View

Figure 21: CPT2 Module Positions

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Service Light Smoke Detector AC Switch Unit (ACMU) LPFM ADAM4

STASR 7 HEX Breaker Options Area (e.g. Microwaves) Door Alarms Override Key Switch

STASR 3 Batteries

Document Holder Battery Cover STASR 2

OUTC

Batteries

STASR 1

Door Alarm Switch Flood Detector

Front View

HEAT2

HEX4

Top View

Figure 22: MBO1 AC Module Positions

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Service Light

Smoke Detector HEX Breaker Options Area (e.g. Microwaves or Batteries)

STASR 3
Door Alarms Override Key Switch
STASR 2

Options Area (e.g.Batteries or Microwaves)

OUTC Battery Cover Batteries

STASR 1

ACDUE

PM18SR

Door Alarm Switch Water Detector

Front View

HEAT2

HEX9

Top View

Figure 23: MBO1E Module Positions

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Service Light Smoke Detektor DC Switch Unit DCMU)

Options Area

HEX Breaker Options Area (e.g. Microwaves) Door Alarms Override Key Switch

STASR 3

Document Holder STASR 2

OUTC

STASR 1

Door Alarm Switch Flood Detector

Front View

HEATDC

HEX4

Top View

Figure 24: MBO1 DC Module Positions

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Service Light

Smoke Detector HEX Breaker Options Area (e.g. Microwaves)

STASR 3
Door Alarms Override Key Switch

Options Area (e.g. Microwaves)

STASR 2

OUTC

STASR 1

DCDUE

Door Alarm Switch Water Detector Front View

HEATDC

HEX9

Top View

Figure 25: MBO1EDC Module Positions

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AC Switch Unit Tropical (ACMUT) LPFMT ADAM 4

STASR 7 HEX Breaker Options Area (e.g. Microwaves)

STASR 3 Batteries Document Holder Battery Cover STASR 2

OUTC

Batteries Door Alarm Switch

STASR 1

Front View

HEX4

Top View

Figure 26: MBO1T Module Positions

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MBO2

Service Light Smoke Detector AC Switch Unit (ACMU) LPFM

MBO1

MBOE

ADAM4

Normally not equipped

STASR 7

STASR 0

HEX Breaker

Options Area (e.g. Microwaves)

Door Alarms Override Key Switch STASR 3 STASR 6

Batteries OUTC Document Holder Battery Cover STASR 2 STASR 5

Batteries

Door Alarm Switch STASR 1 STASR 4 Flood Detector

Front View

HEAT2

HEAT2 HEX4 HEX3

Top View

Figure 27: MBO2 AC Module Positions

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MBO2E

MBO1E
Service Light

MBOEE

Smoke Detector

HEX Breaker

Options Area (e.g. Microwaves or Batteries)

STASR 3

STASR 6

Door Alarms Override Key Switch

Options Area (e.g.Batteries or Microwaves)

STASR 2

STASR 5

Battery Cover Batteries

OUTC

STASR 1

STASR 4

Door Alarm Switch Flood Detector

ACDUE

PM18SR

Front View

HEAT2 HEAT2 HEX9 HEX8

Top View

Figure 28: MBO2E Module Positions

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MBO2DC

Service Light Smoke Detektor DC Switch Unit (DCMU)

MBO1DC

MBOEDC

Normally not equipped

STASR 0

HEX Breaker

Options Area (e.g. Microwaves)

Door Alarms Override Key Switch STASR 3 STASR 6

OUTC Document Holder STASR 2 STASR 5

Door Alarm Switch STASR 1 STASR 4 Flood Detector

Front View

HEATDC

HEATDC HEX4 HEX3

Top View

Figure 29: MBO2 DC Module Positions

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MBO2EDC

MBO1EDC
Service Light

MBOEEDC

Smoke Detector

HEX Breaker

Options Area (e.g. Microwaves)

STASR 3

STASR 6

Door Alarms Override Key Switch

Options Area (e.g. Microwaves)

STASR 2

STASR 5

OUTC

STASR 1

STASR 4

Door Alarm Switch Flood Detector

DCDUE

Front View

HEATDC HEATDC HEX9 HEX8

Top View

Figure 30: MBO2EDC Module Positions

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CBO

Options Area (e.g. Microwaves)

Door Switch

DCUC ACUC STASR 2 OUTC

ADAM 2

LPFC

External Batteries Breaker STASR 1 Cables Entry

Front View

HEAT3

HEX5

Top View

Figure 31: CBO AC Variant Modules Position


CBO

Options Area (e.g. Microwaves)

Door Switch

DCDU

STASR 2

OUTC

STASR 1

Cables Entry

Front View

HEAT4

HEX5

Top View

Figure 32: CBO DC Variant Modules Position

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RIBAT Plate

Door Switch

Smoke Detector

DC Breaker Box

Battery Units

Transmission Blocks Air conditioner with integrated heater AC Box (behind frame) External Cable Entry

Top View A (Bottom Floor)

Jumper Internal Cable Entry

Internal Cable Entry

Battery Unit

Front View

Figure 33: Module Positions of External Outdoor Battery Cabinet

3.2 Adjust the Clock of the SUM (CGU) in the 9100 BTS
Prerequisites Note the following conditions. You must: Have read Safety Rules and Precautions (Section 1) before performing any maintenance procedures Be familiar with electrostatic precautions. Refer to Electrostatic Precautions (Section 1.2) for more information Ensure that the SUM (CGU) has had power continuously supplied for the previous 15 minutes Ensure that the frequency counter has had the warm-up period specified by the manufacturer Ensure that the second CLLK is in a serviceable condition Ensure that the ambient temperature remains constant during the adjustment procedure. Loss of Calls Failure to comply with the prerequisites can result in the BTS being locked (disabled) and all calls being lost.

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Tools and Materials You must have: A frequency counter with a resolution of 0.01 Hz at 2.16 MHz A specific cable (ref. 3BK 08066 AB) for connecting the frequency counter to the BTS A BTS NEM connected via an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to the MMI port on the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None.

Adjust Output Frequency

To adjust the output frequency of a CGU in a 9100 BTS: 1. Open the front door. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Connect the frequency counter to the clock output connector on the Interconnection Panel/OUTC. 4. Wait until triggering occurs on the input signal port of the frequency counter, and the display provides at least nine digits of resolution. Then proceed as follows: If the indicated frequency is between 2 166 666.55 Hz and 2 166 666.77 Hz, proceed to Step 6 If not, adjustment is necessary. Continue with Step 5. 5. Use the BTS NEM (see BTS NEM User Guide, "Adjust the OCXO") to adjust the BTS clock to a frequency between 2 166 666.55 Hz and 2 166 666.77 Hz. 6. Disconnect the frequency counter from the Interconnection Panel/OUTC. 7. Disconnect the MMI cable from the SUM and remove the terminal. 8. Close the front door.

3.3 Before You Start to Replace 9100 BTS RITs


Read this section before you start the replacement procedures in this chapter. All the procedures are valid for the 9100 BTS. Prerequisites Note the following conditions. You must: Have read Safety Rules and Precautions (Section 1) before performing any maintenance procedures Be familiar with electrostatic precautions. Refer to Electrostatic Precautions (Section 1.2) for more information Know how to use the BTS NEM Establish an efficient means of communication with an OMC-R operator in order to lock (disable) and unlock (initialize) the BTS when required.

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Tools and Materials You must have: An anti-static wrist strap The hand tools specified in the relevant sections of this chapter A serviceable replacement RIT with an identical part number, unless stated otherwise. Impact on System This depends on the nature of the RIT and its position in the system. Refer to the specific replacement procedures. Restrictions None.

3.4 Physical RIT Positions in STASR/ACSR


All subracks used in the 9100 BTS are based on the same partitioning rules (1/6, 1/4, 1/3, etc.). Therefore the positions of the backplane connectors are well defined and related to fixed slot numbers. Especially in the STASR the different modules can be put into different predefined slots. Because there is no slot numbering visible on the STASR and ACSR and because the different modules have different widths (see dotted lines in the following figure) the slot numbers do not equal to the physical position numbers. The following figure helps to map the slot number of the module to be replaced to the physical position in the subrack.
STASR Front view

Subrack backpanel connectors

Backplane

Slot No.

10

11

1/6

1/4

1/3

1/2

2/3

3/4

5/6

ACSR Front view

BAC2
Backplane

PM11/4

PM11/3

PM11/2

PM11/1

BCU2

Slot No.

11

Figure 34: STASR/ACSR, Physical RIT Positions and Slot Numbers

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3.5 Replace ABAC


An ABAC is used in the AC variant of the CIMA indoor cabinet. The ABAC RIT part number is 3BK 08673 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A torque wrench with an M6 adaptor A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System If there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost.

Remove ABAC

To remove an ABAC RIT: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 3. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breaker F3 on the front panel of the ABAC. 4. Disconnect the D-type cable on the front panel of the ABAC. 5. For a BU41 battery branch, pull back the rubber insulation on the two battery terminals connected to the ABAC and remove the M6 nuts. Then disconnect the cables from the terminals, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. For a BU100 battery branch, pull off the caps on the negative (-) and positive (+) terminals connected to the ABAC and remove the M6 nuts. Then disconnect the cables from the terminals, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 6. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the ABAC. 7. Carefully disengage the ABAC from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. 8. Ensure that the circuit breaker F3 on the front panel of the replacement ABAC is OFF (down). Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the ABAC.

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Install ABAC

To install an ABAC RIT: 1. Push the replacement ABAC fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 2. Tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the ABAC. 3. Use the M6 nuts to reconnect the ABAC cables removed from the battery terminals. 4. Using a torque wrench fitted with an M6 adaptor, tighten the terminal connections to a torque of 3.9 Nm and then replace the rubber insulation (BU41) or the terminal caps (BU100). 5. Reconnect the D-type cable to the front panel of the ABAC. 6. Switch ON (up) the circuit breaker F3 on the front panel of the ABAC. 7. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. 8. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 9. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 10. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 11. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 12. Close the front door of the BTS.

3.6 Replace ACDUE


The ACDUE RIT part number is 3BK 27266 Ax. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver An open ended key 8 mm A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. The procedure applies for the following cases: Replace ACDUE variant 3BK 27266 AAxx by a similar one Replace ACDUE variant 3BK 27266 AAxx by ACDUE variant 3BK 27266 ABxx and additional service light. For service light installation refer to Insert Service Light Unit in Replace Service Light Unit in MBO Evolution Cabinets (Section 3.52.1). Replace ACDUE variant 3BK 27266 ABxx by a similar one. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS is switched OFF.

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Equipment Shock Hazard Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result if the power to the equipment is not removed prior to this procedure. Switch OFF the AC power supply before replacing the ACDUE.

Remove ACDUE

To remove the ACDUE: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. At site side, switch OFF the power breakers for the impacted BTS 3. Switch OFF all power breakers (F1 to F5) and the battery breaker 4. Loosen the nut fixing the ACDUE cover 5. Disconnect the ground cable from the ACDUE cover and remove the cover 6. Remove from ACDUE the AC OUT power cables coming from the power modules 7. Label, write down the position and remove the AC IN power cables from the clamps at the bottom part of ACDUE 8. Disconect the heaters power cable, remove the cable ties and detach the cables from the BTS 9. In case of ACDUE variant 3BK 27266 AB, disconnect the service light unit power cable. 10. Loosen the nuts and washers from the right bottom corner of ACDUE and remove the ground cables as follows: Door and BOMUE from the outside part of ACDUE Main GND from the inside part of ACDUE 11. Loosen the nuts fixing the ACDUE body to the side wall 12. Remove the ACDUE.

Replace ACDUE

To replace the ACDUE: 1. Put the replacement ACDUE against the side wall 2. Tighten the nuts fixing the ACDUE to the side wall 3. Replace the ground cables as follows: Door and BOMUE to the outside part of ACDUE Main GND to the inside part of ACDUE 4. Tighten the nuts and washers to fix the ground cables 5. Conect the heaters power cable and attach the cables to the BTS using cable ties 6. In case of ACDUE variant 3BK 27266 AB, connect the service light unit power cable 7. Connect the AC IN power cables to the clamps at the bottom part of ACDUE 8. Connect the AC OUT power cables coming from the power modules 9. Connect the ground cable to the ACDUE cover and replace the cover

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10. Tighten the nut fixing the ACDUE cover 11. At site side, switch ON the power breakers for the impacted BTS 12. Switch ON all power breakers (F1 to F5) and the battery breaker 13. Close the front door of the BTS.

3.7 Replace ACIB


The ACIB RIT part number is 3BK 07989 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None. Equipment Shock Hazard Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result if the power to the equipment is not removed prior to this procedure. Switch off the AC power supply at the ACSB before replacing the ACIB.

Remove ACIB

To remove an ACIB RIT: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Switch OFF (down) all the circuit breakers (Fi, F1, L1, L2, L3) on the front panel of the ACSB. 3. Verify that the red Batt LED on the front panel of the BCU1 is ON. 4. Loosen the locknuts on the connectors and disconnect the AC IN cable and the five AC OUT cables from the front panel of the ACIB, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 5. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the ACIB. 6. Carefully disengage the ACIB from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the ACIB.

Install ACIB

To install an ACIB RIT: 1. Push the replacement ACIB fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 2. Tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the ACIB. 3. Reconnect the AC IN cable and the AC OUT cables to the front panel of the ACIB and tighten the locknuts as noted earlier.

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4. Switch ON (up) all the circuit breakers (Fi, F1, L1, L2, L3) on the front panel of the ACSB. 5. Verify that the green On LED on the front panel of the BCU1 is ON and that the red Batt and yellow Test LEDs are OFF. 6. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 7. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 8. Check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 9. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 10. Close the front doors of the BTS.

3.8 Replace AC Link Lightning Protection


The AC link lightning protection RIT part numbers are 1AB 10046 0005 (L-N) and 1AB 10046 0006 (N-PE). The status of the AC link lightning protection for each of the three AC power phases (L1, L2 and L3) is viewable on the front of the ACSB or ACSP. Alternatively the AC link lightning protection may be installed in the LPFM or LPFU. In this case replace the lightning protection as described in Replace Lightning Protection in LPFM (Section 3.39) or Replace Lightning Protection in LPFU (Section 3.42). For DEHN, a red indication means that the protection must be replaced and a green indication means that the protection is operational. For PHOENIXCONTACT, red means operational state and green means that the protection must be replaced. Moreover, when this equipment is no longer operational, then there is a short circuit and the BTS no longer has any power. Tools and Materials You must have: A large flathead screwdriver A medium crosshead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None.

Replace AC Link Lightning Protection

To replace the AC link lightning protection: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). AC handling Be careful when handling AC circuits and components! 2. Remove the L1, L2 and L3 plug-in phase protectors on the front of the ACSB or ACSP. 3. Insert the new protectors on the front of the ACSB or ACSP.

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4. Verify that the L1, L2 and L3 phase protection indicators on the front of the ACSB or ACSP are green. 5. Verify that the status of the LEDs on the BCU1/BCU2 front panel is as follows: For the BCU1: Green On LED - ON Red Batt LED - OFF Yellow Test LED - OFF. For the BCU2: Green On LED - ON Green Power On LED - ON Red Alarm LED - OFF Yellow Test LED - OFF. 6. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 7. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 8. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 9. Close the front doors of the BTS.

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3.9 Replace ACRI


The ACRI RIT part number is 3BK 07941 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver. A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None.

Remove ACRI

To replace an ACRI RIT: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Using the BTS NEM, upload the ACRI remote inventory file UT_ACDC_BCB 136 from the BTS. If this is not possible because of the nature of the fault in the ACRI, go directly to the next step. 4. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 5. Disconnect the D-type cable on the front panel of the ACRI. 6. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the ACRI. 7. Carefully disengage the ACRI from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the ACRI.

Install ACRI

To install an ACRI RIT: 1. Push the replacement ACRI fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 2. Tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the ACRI. 3. Reconnect the D-type cable to the front panel of the ACRI. 4. Verify that both green POWER ON LEDs on the front panel are ON. 5. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap.

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6. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 7. If you were able to upload the remote inventory file from the old ACRI, go directly to Step 9. If you were unable to upload the remote inventory file from the old ACRI, use the BTS NEM to upload the file to the new ACRI. 8. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory file with the following information: Logical site name Network identity Serial number of BCU1, read from the label on the front panel of BCU1 Part number and variant of BCU1, read from the label on front panel of BCU1 ICS of BCU1, read from the label on the front panel of BCU1 BCU1 Power down timers. 9. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory file with the Commissioning Date (current installation date). 10. Using the BTS NEM, download the remote inventory file to the new ACRI in the BTS. 11. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 12. Close the front door of the BTS.

3.10 Replace ADAM


The ADAM RIT part number is 3BK 25025 AB. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A TORX screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System There is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, so that the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost. To replace an ADAM module, you must: Power off the BTS Remove the existing ADAM module Install the new ADAM module Power on the BTS.

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Power Off BTS

To power off the BTS: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 4. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breakers BR1(branch 1) and BR2 (if optional branch is available) which are positioned on the left-hand side of the battery. 5. Switch OFF the circuit breakers F5, F6, and F7 on the front panel of the ACSU to disconnect AC power. The indoor cabinet has no internal circuit breakers. Check where the external circuit breaker(s) is (are) positioned.

Remove ADAM

To remove the ADAM module from the cabinet: 1. Disconnect the cable from the connector on the front panel of all PM12s, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 2. Disconnect the three cables from the connectors on the front panel of ADAM, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 3. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of all PM12s. 4. Carefully disengage all PM12s (one after another) from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot, carefully noting their slot positions for reconnection. 5. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of ADAM. 6. Carefully disengage ADAM from the subrack.

Install ADAM

To install the ADAM module in a cabinet: 1. Push the replacement ADAM carefully into the subrack. 2. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panel of ADAM. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the PM12s. 3. Push each PM12 into its empty slot as noted earlier, ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 4. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panels of all PM12s. 5. Connect the cables to the connector on the front panel of the PM12s. 6. Connect the cables to the connectors on the front panel of ADAM.

Power On BTS

To power on the BTS: 1. Switch ON the circuit breakers F5, F6, and F7 on the front panel of the ACSU or in case of an indoor cabinet the external circuit breakers to connect AC power. 2. Switch ON (up) the circuit breakers BR1 (branch 1) and BR2 (if optional branch is available). 3. Verify that the green On LED on the front panel of each PM12 is ON.

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4. Use the BTS NEM to set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 5. Use the BTS NEM to initialize BTS_TEL. 6. Use the BTS NEM to check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 7. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 8. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

3.11 Replace ADAM2


The ADAM2 RIT part number is 3BK 25475 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A TORX screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System There is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, so that the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost. To replace an ADAM2 module, you must: Power off the BTS Remove the existing ADAM module Install the new ADAM module Power on the BTS.

Power Off BTS

To power off the BTS: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer toOpen and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 4. Switch OFF the battery breaker on the BATS module or on the right side panel of the BTS (if equipped). 5. Switch OFF the SR1, SR2, OPT and HEX breakers on the DCUC module. 6. Switch OFF the BTS, HEATING and RCB SERVICE breakers on the front panel of the ACUC to disconnect AC power.

Remove ADAM2

To remove the ADAM2 module: 1. Disconnect the cable from the connector on the front panel of all PM12s, carefully noting their positions for reconnection.

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2. Disconnect the three cables from the connectors on the front panel of ADAM2, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 3. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of all PM12s. 4. Carefully disengage all PM12s (one after another) from the backplane and fully withdraw them from the slot, carefully noting their slot positions for reconnection. 5. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of ADAM2. 6. Carefully disengage ADAM2 from the subrack.

Replace ADAM2

To replace the ADAM2 module: 1. Push the replacement ADAM2 carefully into the subrack. 2. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panel of ADAM2. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the PM12s. 3. Push each PM12 into its empty slot as noted in step 4 of Remove ADAM2, ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 4. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panels of all PM12s. 5. Connect the cables disconnected in step 1 of Remove ADAM2 to the connector on the front panel of the PM12s. 6. Connect the cables disconnected in step 2 of Remove ADAM2 to the connectors on the front panel of ADAM2.

Power On BTS

To power on the BTS: 1. Switch ON the BTS, HEATING and RCB SERVICE circuit breakers on the front panel of the ACUC. 2. Switch ON the SR1, SR2, OPT and HEX circuit breakers. 3. Verify that the green On LED on the front panel of each PM12 is ON. 4. Switch ON the battery breaker on the BATS module or on the right side panel of the BTS (if equipped). 5. Use the BTS NEM to set the part number into the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 6. Use the BTS NEM to initialize BTS_TEL. 7. Use the BTS NEM to check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 8. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 9. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.12 Replace ADAM4


The ADAM4 RIT part number is 3BK 25997 AAAA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A TORX screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System There is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, so that the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost. To replace an ADAM4 RIT, you must: Power off the BTS Remove the existing ADAM4 module Install the new ADAM4 module Power on the BTS.

Power Off BTS

To power off the BTS: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 4. Switch OFF circuit breakers F3, F4 and F5 on the front panel of AC Switch Unit (ACMU) to disconnect AC power. 5. Switch OFF (down) the battery circuit breaker which is positioned on the right-hand side of the ACMU to disconnect the battery.

Remove ADAM4

To remove the ADAM4 module from the cabinet: 1. Disconnect the cable from the connector on the front panel of all equipped PM12s, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 2. Disconnect all cables from the connectors on the front panel of ADAM4, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 3. If a dummy panel is installed instead of a PM12, loosen the retaining screws and remove the panel. 4. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of all PM12s. 5. Carefully disengage all PM12s (one after another) from the backplane and fully withdraw them from the slot, carefully noting their slot positions for reconnection. 6. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of ADAM4. 7. Carefully disengage ADAM4 from the subrack.

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Install ADAM4

To install the ADAM4 module in a cabinet: 1. Push the replacement ADAM4 carefully into the subrack. 2. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panel of ADAM4. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the PM12s. 3. Push each PM12 into its empty slot as noted in step 5 of "Remove ADAM4", ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 4. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panels of all PM12s. 5. Replace dummy panel(s) (if necessary) and tighten the retaining screws. 6. Connect the cables to the connector on the front panel of the PM12s. 7. Connect the cables to the connectors on the front panel of ADAM4.

Power On BTS

To power on the BTS: 1. Switch ON circuit breakers F3, F4 and F5 on the front panel of ACMU to connect AC power. 2. Switch ON (up) the battery circuit breaker which is positioned on the right-hand side of the ACMU to connect the battery. 3. Verify that the green On LED on the front panel of each PM12 is ON. 4. Use the BTS NEM to set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 5. Initialize BTS_TEL. 6. Check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 7. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 8. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.13 Replace ANX, ANY, ANC, ANB


Use this procedure to replace faulty ANx modules by similar ones. To replace ANx modules by new ones with different capabilities, refer to the document Upgrade 9100 BTS with AN/SUM/TRE Evolution Modules, reference 3BK 17430 0803 RJZZA. The following table shows the Antenna Network Module RIT part numbers. RIT Description Antenna Network for Geran with Combiner for GSM 900 Antenna Network for Geran with Combiner for GSM 1800 Antenna Network for Geran with Combiner for PGSM 900 Antenna Network Basic GSM 900 Antenna Network Basic GSM 1800 Antenna Network Combiner GSM 1800 Antenna Network Combiner GSM 900 Antenna Network Combiner Primary GSM 900 Antenna Network Combiner GSM 850 Antenna Network Combiner GSM 1900 Antenna Network Module - Type X -GSM 1800 Antenna Network Module - Type X -GSM 900 Antenna Network Module - Type X -GSM 1900 Antenna Network Module - Type Y -GSM 1800 Antenna Network Module - Type Y -GSM 1800 High Power Antenna Network Module - Type Y -GSM 900 Antenna Network Module - Type Y -GSM 900 High Power Part Number

AGC9E

3BK 27035 AA

AGC18

3BK 27040 AA

AGC9P ANBG ANBD ANCD ANCG ANCGP ANCL ANCP ANXD ANXG ANXP ANYD ANYDH

3BK 27449 xB 3BK 26578 AA 3BK 26580 AA 3BK 08995 AA 3BK 08992 AA 3BK 27062 AA 3BK 25900 AA 3BK 25393 AA 3BK 07241 AA 3BK 07232 AA 3BK 08459 AA 3BK 07245 AA 3BK 07245 AB

ANYG ANYGH

3BK 07237 AA 3BK 07237 AC

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RIT ANYL ANYP

Description Antenna Network Module - Type Y -GSM 850 Antenna Network Module - Type Y -GSM 1900

Part Number 3BK 25903 AA 3BK 08465 AA

Table 4: 9100 BTS Antenna Network Module RIT Part Numbers

If the BTS configuration is equipped with High Power TRX, replace in each case of faulty ANY module, the existing ANY module (ANYG - 3BK 07237 AAxx or ANYD 3BK 07245 AAxx) by the new ANY module (ANYGH 3BK 07237 ACxx or ANYDH 3BK 07245 ABxx) supporting the connection for up to four High Power TRX. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. For tools to be used for RF cables tightening refer to Tools Catalogue, reference 3BK 20458 0001 RJZZA. The following table gives the torque values to be used when tightening RF cables. Connector Type N Bridge on ANC 7/16 CS25 Table 5: Torque Values for RF Cables Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). Torque [Nm] 0.7-1.1 0.8-1.0 25 25

Remove ANxx

To remove an ANxx RIT: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step.

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4. Using the BTS NEM, disable the RAn SBL, where n corresponds to the rotary switch setting on the front panel of one of the ANXxx RITs. The particular ANXx is either the faulty ANXxx to be replaced, or the ANX in the same radio sector as the faulty ANYx to be replaced. For ANCx/ANBx, use the BTS NEM ("Hardware Modules" window) to get the faulty RAn SBL (FOS/FLT). Use Location field to identify the module inside the BTS. 5. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 6. Disconnect all the coaxial RF cables on the front panel of the faulty ANxx, as appropriate, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 7. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the faulty RIT in the subrack. 8. Loosen the M3 Torx screw on the front panel of the faulty RIT in the subrack, if equipped. 9. Carefully disengage the RIT from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the RIT.

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Install ANxx RIT

To install an ANxxx RIT: 1. If you are replacing an ANXx RIT, use a screwdriver to set the rotary switch on the front panel of the replacement to the same position as that on the faulty one. 2. Push the replacement RIT fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned, and then tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel. 3. Tighten the M3 Torx screw on the front panel of the RIT in the subrack, if loosen for RIT removal. 4. Reconnect the coaxial RF cables to the front panel. 5. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. 6. Unlock (initialize) RAn and then BTS_TEL. 7. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 8. At BTS NEM, select the Tree View. 9. In the Tree View select "Remote Inventory". 10. In the "Remote Inventory" window double click on the line for the replacement TRE. The "Modify Remote Inventory - ANX-xx" window opens. 11. In the "Manufacturing" pane, update the remote inventory with the following information: Network identity Logical site name Commissioning (installation) date. 12. Select the Apply RI Changes option. 13. In the "Modify Remote Inventory - ANX-xx" window click on[ OK ] to save the changes. 14. Stop the BTS NEM. 15. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 16. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.14 Replace AGC


Use this procedure to replace faulty AGC modules by similar ones. To replace AGC modules by new ones with different capabilities, refer to the document Upgrade 9100 BTS with AN/SUM/TRE Evolution Modules, reference 3BK 17422 0803 RJZZA. The following table shows the Antenna Network Module RIT part numbers. RIT AGC08 AGC9E AGC9P AGC18 Description Antenna Network for Geran with Combiner for GSM 850 Antenna Network for Geran with Combiner for GSM 900 Antenna Network for Geran with Combiner for PGSM 900 Antenna Network for Geran with Combiner for GSM 1800 Part Number 3BK 28090 AB 3BK 27035 AA 3BK 27449 xx 3BK 27040 AA

Table 6: 9100 BTS Antenna Network Module RIT Part Numbers Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A Torx10 screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. For tools to be used for RF cables tightening refer to Tools Catalogue, reference 3BK 20458 0001 RJZZA. The following table gives the torque values to be used when tightening RF cables. Connector Type N Bridge on ANC 7/16 CS25 Table 7: Torque Values for RF Cables Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). Torque [Nm] 0.7-1.1 0.8-1.0 25 25

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Replace AGC

To replace a faulty AGC module: 1. Connect the BTS NEM to the SUM board in the BTS. 2. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL for the impacted sector. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 3. From BTS NEM select Begin HW Modification. 4. From the Online Mode menu, follow the menu path: Configuration -> Hardware Settings... -> Begin HW Modification 5. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 6. Disable the impacted AGC. 7. Disconnect all the coaxial RF cables on the front panel of the faulty AGC, as appropriate, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 8. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the faulty AGC and TRxs belonging to the impacted sector. 9. Loosen the M3 Torx screw on the front panel of the faulty AGC and TRxs belonging to the impacted sector, if equipped. 10. Carefully disengage the AGC from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. 11. Carefully disengage from the backplane and fully withdraw from the slot all the modules assigned to the impacted sector. 12. From the Online Mode menu bar, select: Configuration -> Hardware Settings...-> Remove HW The "Remove Hardware" window is displayed. Only modules in the state SOS, FOS, or OPR are displayed. 13. Select the module and click on [ > ]. 14. Click on [ OK ]. The text pane on the bottom of the window displays: <module name> successfully removed . In the SBL Module States window, the module state is set to NOP. If you have to remove a TGTx module you will lose both TREs of the module. This might impact the other sectors of the BTS in case the TGTx is split over two sectors. 15. Repeat steps 13 and 14 for all modules belonging to the impacted sector. 16. Close the "Remove Hardware" window. 17. Insert the new AGC module and all TRx modules belonging to the impacted sector. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the AGC and TRxs. 18. Fasten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the faulty RIT in the subrack. 19. Fasten the M3 Torx screw on the front panel of the faulty RIT in the subrack, if equipped. 20. Re-connect all the coaxial RF cables on the front panel of the new AGC, as noticed in step 7.

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21. To inform the OMU of the HW Modification, from the Online Mode menu bar, select: Configuration -> Hardware Settings...-> End HW Modification If Twin TREs are equipped the "TWIN TRA settings" window opens. 22. Set the Twin TRE mode and click on [ OK ]. If the AGC software is not available in the OMU, the OMU request the software from the BSC and starts the download. 23. The "End Hardware Modification Confirmation" window opens with the following dialog box:
Please check configuration of BTS! Do you accept this configuration and start HW audit now? If [yes], wait for completion of HW audit to see final result!

24. Click on [ Yes ]. Wait for the Hardware and Alarm Audit at the OMC-R to finish or for HW_RESYNCH message in BTS NEM event alarms window. This may take several minutes. 25. Use the BTS NEM to initialize BTS_TEL. 26. At BTS NEM, select the Tree View. 27. In the Tree View select "Remote Inventory". 28. In the "Remote Inventory" window double click on the line for the replacement TRE. The "Modify Remote Inventory - ANX-xx" window opens. 29. In the "Manufacturing" pane, update the remote inventory with the following information: Network identity Logical site name Commissioning (installation) date. 30. Select the Apply RI Changes option. 31. In the "Modify Remote Inventory - ANX-xx" window click on [ OK ] to save the changes. 32. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no remaining alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 33. Stop the BTS NEM. 34. Disconnect the BTS NEM.

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3.15 Replace APOD


An APOD is used in the AC variant of the CIMA indoor cabinet. The APOD RIT part number is 3BK 08675 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A medium crosshead screwdriver An M3 wrench A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). Equipment Shock Hazard Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result if the external mains AC power to the BTS cabinet is not switched off at the appropriate point in this procedure. Ensure that no one else can switch on the power supply until you have finished the procedure. To replace an APOD RIT, you must: Power off the BTS Remove the existing APOD RIT Install the new APOD RIT Power on the BTS.

Power Off BTS

To power off the BTS: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 4. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breaker F3 on the front panel of the ABAC. 5. Switch OFF (down) the six DC OUTPUT circuit breakers INT, SR1-4, and EXT and the AC INPUT circuit breaker on the front panel of the APOD. 6. Switch OFF the external mains AC power supply to the BTS cabinet.

Remove APOD

To remove an APOD RIT: 1. On the front panels of each of the five PM08s, unplug the AC IN cable coming from the APOD, carefully noting the position of each for reconnection.

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2. Remove the two crosshead screws on the filter cover at the right of the AFIP and pull off the cover. 3. Remove the six crosshead screws securing the AFIP to the subrack and carefully pull it out to expose the AC cable connected to the back of the two filters. The other end of this cable is hard-wired to the back of the APOD. 4. Pull off the protective rubber cap and remove the M3 nut from the back of each filter, and then disconnect the AC cable. 5. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the APOD. 6. Carefully withdraw the APOD from the slot at the same time pulling out the AC cable disconnected from the AFIP.

Install APOD

To install the new APOD RIT: 1. Ensure that the AC INPUT circuit breaker and the six DC OUTPUT circuit breakers INT, SR1-4, and EXT on the front panel of the replacement APOD are all OFF (down). 2. Hold the replacement APOD next to the empty slot and feed the AC cable at the back into the slot for connection to the AFIP. 3. Carefully push the APOD fully into the slot ensuring that the AC cable at the back is allowed to hang free. 4. Tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the APOD. Equipment Shock Hazard Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result if the protective rubber caps are not replaced on the AC filters. Replace the protective rubber caps after reconnection of the AC cable from the APOD. 5. Reconnect the AC cable from the APOD to the back of the two filters on the AFIP and replace the M3 nuts and the protective rubber caps. 6. Carefully push the AFIP back against the subrack without trapping the AC cable, and replace the six crosshead screws to secure the AFIP to the subrack. 7. Replace the filter cover on the AFIP and secure it with the two crosshead screws. 8. Plug in the cables from the APOD to AC IN on the front panels of the PM08s according to Step 1 in Remove ADOP.

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Power On BTS

To power on the BTS: 1. Switch ON the external AC power supply to the BTS cabinet. 2. Switch ON (up) the AC INPUT circuit breaker on the front panel of the APOD. 3. Switch ON (up) the six DC OUTPUT circuit breakers INT, SR1-4, and EXT on the front panel of the APOD. 4. Switch ON (up) the circuit breaker F3 on the front panel of the ABAC. 5. Verify that the green On LED on the front panel of the BCU1 is ON and that the red Batt and yellow Test LEDs are OFF. 6. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 7. Using the BTS NEM, initialize BTS_TEL. 8. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 9. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 10. Close the front doors of the BTS.

3.16 Replace BACO


The BACO RIT part number is 3BK 07988 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver. A torque wrench with an M6 adaptor. A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System If there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost.

Remove BACO

To remove a BACO RIT: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 3. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breakers P1 and P2 on the front panel of the BACO. 4. Disconnect the D-type cable on the front panel of the BACO. 5. On the batteries, pull back the rubber insulation on the four terminals connected to the BACO and loosen the M6 nuts. 6. Remove the M6 nuts from the terminals and disconnect the cables to the BACO, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 7. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the BACO. 8. Carefully disengage the BACO from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot.

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Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the BACO.

Replace BACO

To replace a BACO RIT: 1. Push the replacement BACO fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 2. Tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the BACO. 3. Use the M6 nuts to reconnect the BACO cables to the battery terminals. 4. Using a torque wrench fitted with an M6 adaptor, tighten the terminal connections to a torque of 3.9 Nm and then replace the rubber insulation. 5. Reconnect the D-type cable to the front panel of the BACO. 6. Switch ON (up) the circuit breakers P1 and P2 on the front panel of the BACO. 7. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. 8. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 9. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 10. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 11. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 12. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

3.17 Replace BAC2


The BAC2 RIT part number is 3BK 08715 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small crosshead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System If there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost.

Remove BAC2

To remove a BAC2 RIT: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breakers F1 and F2 on the front panel of the BAC2. 3. Disconnect the BAT1+, BAT1-, BAT2+, and BAT2- cables on the front panel of the BAC2, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 4. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of the BAC2.

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5. Carefully disengage the BAC2 from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the BAC2.

Install BAC2

To install a BAC2 RIT: 1. Push the replacement BAC2 fully into the empty slot, ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 2. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panel of the BAC2. 3. Reconnect the cables to the front panel of the BAC2. 4. Switch ON (up) the circuit breakers F1 and F2 on the front panel of the BAC2. 5. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 6. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 7. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 8. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 9. Close the front doors of the BTS.

3.18 Replace BATS


The BATS RIT part number is 3BK 25848 AAxx. Tools and Materials You must have: A medium crosshead screwdriver A medium flathead screwdriver. Impact on System If there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost.

Remove BATS

To remove a BATS RIT from a cabinet: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breaker which is positioned at the front panel of the BATS. 3. Disconnect the BATT. -48 V connector at the ADAM module. 4. Disconnect both battery cables at the BATS, carefully noting their positions for reconnection.

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5. Loosen the retaining screws at the front panel of the BATS. Heavy Equipment The BATS weighs 15 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when moving or lifting the BATS. 6. Carefully disengage the BATS from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the BATS.

Replace BATS

To replace a BATS RIT in a cabinet: 1. Push the replacement BATS fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 2. Tighten all retaining screws at the front panel of the BATS. 3. Reconnect both battery cables to the connectors at the front panel of the BATS. 4. Reconnect the BATT -48 V battery cable at ADAM. 5. Switch ON (up) the circuit breaker at the BATS. 6. Close the front door of the BTS.

3.19 Replace BCU1


The BCU1 RIT part number is 3BK 06784 BB. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System If there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost. When replacing a BCU1 RIT, you must Remove the existing BCU1 Install the replacement BCU1 If necessary, set the configuration Verify the BCU1 status and update the remote inventory file.

Remove BCU1

To remove a BCU1 RIT: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information).

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2. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 3. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the BCU1. 4. Carefully disengage the BCU1 from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the BCU1.

Install BCU1

To replace a BCU1 RIT: 1. Push the replacement BCU1 fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 2. Tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the BCU1. 3. Verify that the green On LED on the front panel is ON and that the red Batt and yellow Test LEDs are OFF. 4. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. 5. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU1 repeatedly until the battery configuration is displayed, for example BU41 2B. This is displayed for a BU41 with two branches. If the configuration is incorrect, use the Special Menu function of the BCU1 to set it to the configuration currently in use in the cabinet. The procedure for setting the configuration is described in "Set Configuration" below. If the configuration is correct, go directly to Step 1 in Verify Status and Update RI.

Set Configuration (if necessary)

To set the configuration of the BCU1: 1. Press the Function and Status buttons on the front panel of the BCU1 simultaneously for five seconds to access the Special Menu and display SpecFunc. 2. Press the Function button to display BatEquip. 3. Press the Status button to display BatType. 4. Press the Status button to display BU15, the default. 5. Press the Function button to display BU41. 6. Press the Status button to select BU41 or the Function button followed by the Status button to select BU61 if a BU100 is being used. 7. Press the Status button to display 1 Branch, the default. 8. Press the Status button to select one branch or the Function button followed by the Status button to select two branches. 9. Press the Function button to display SpecFunc. 10. Press the Status button to leave the Special Menu (and to return to Information mode).

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Verify Status and Update RI

Verify the status of the BCU1 and update the remote inventory file as follows: 1. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU1 repeatedly until the Rectif status is displayed and verify that the status of the PM08s is Y Y Y Y Y. The following character designations are used: Y - indicates that the PM08 in the corresponding slot is serviceable F - indicates that the PM08 is unserviceable and needs replacing N - indicates that the slot is not used. 2. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU1 repeatedly until the Alarm status is displayed and verify that the status of the PM08s is - - - - - A- in any display position indicates that the PM08 in the corresponding slot is not in an alarm condition. Any other character in the display indicates an alarm condition. 3. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 4. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 5. Using the BTS NEM, upload the ACRI remote inventory file UT_ACDC_BCB 136 from the BTS. 6. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory file with the following information: Part number and variant of new BCU1 Serial number of new BCU1 ICS of new BCU1 Commissioning (current installation) date. 7. Using the BTS NEM, download the remote inventory file to the ACRI in the BTS. 8. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 9. Close the front door of the BTS.

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3.20 Replace BCU2


The BCU2 RIT part number is 3BK 08714 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small crosshead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System If there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost. To replace a BCU2 RIT, you must: Remove the existing BCU2 Insert the replacement BCU2 If necessary, set the configuration Verify the status of the BCU2 and update the remote inventory file.

Remove BCU2

To remove a BCU2 RIT: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 4. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breakers F1 and F2 on the front panel of the BAC2. 5. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of the BCU2. 6. Carefully disengage the BCU2 from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the BCU2. 7. Disconnect the XBCB and the TEMPERATURE cables from the front panel of the BCU2.

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Insert BCU2

To insert the replacement BCU2 RIT: 1. Push the replacement BCU2 fully into the empty slot, ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 2. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panel of the BCU2. 3. Reconnect the XBCB and the TEMPERATURE cables to the front panel of the BCU2. 4. Verify that the green On and Power On LEDs on the front panel are ON and that the red Alarm and yellow Test LEDs are OFF. 5. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. 6. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU2 repeatedly until the battery configuration is displayed, for example BU41 2B. This is displayed for a BU41 with two branches. If the configuration is incorrect, use the Special Menu function of the BCU2 to set it to the configuration currently in use in the cabinet using the "Set Configuration" procedure. If the configuration is correct, go directly to Step 1 in Verify Status and Update RI.

Set Configuration (if necessary)

To set the configuration for the BCU2: 1. Press the Function and Status buttons on the front panel of the BCU2 simultaneously for five seconds to access the Special Menu and display SpecFunc. 2. Press the Function button to display BatEquip. 3. Press the Status button to display BatType. 4. Press the Status button to display the first battery type, BU15. 5. Press the Function button repeatedly until your battery type is displayed (e.g. two times for BU41). 6. Press the Status button to select your battery type. Branches is displayed. 7. Press the Status button to display 1 Branch, the default. 8. Depending on the battery configuration: If only one branch is installed, press the Status button to select one branch. CapTest is displayed If two are branches are installed, press the Function button and "2 Branch" is displayed. Press the Status button to select two branches. CapTest is displayed. 9. Press the Function button to display SpecFunc. 10. Press the Status button to leave the Special Menu (and to return to Information mode).

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Verify Status and Update RI

To verify the status and update the remote inventory file: 1. Switch ON (up) the circuit breakers F1 and F2 on the front panel of the BAC2. 2. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU2 repeatedly until the power module status is displayed. Verify that the status is PM Y Y Y Y. The following character designations are used: Y - indicates that the PM11 in the corresponding slot is serviceable F - indicates that the PM11 is unserviceable and needs replacing N - indicates that the slot is not used. 3. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU2 repeatedly until the Alarm status is displayed. Verify that the status is ALM. Any other character in the display, for instance ALM M, indicates an alarm condition. The following character designations are used: M - indicates a mains failure B - indicates a battery malfunction R - indicates a PM11 failure V - indicates an out-of-range voltage. 4. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 5. Using the BTS NEM, upload the BCU2 remote inventory file UT_ACDC_BCB 136 from the BTS. 6. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory file with the following information: Commissioning (current installation) date Network identity Logical site name BCU2 Power down timers. 7. Using the BTS NEM, download the remote inventory file to the BCU2 in the BTS. 8. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 9. Close the front doors of the BTS.

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3.21 Replace BU41 in Combination with PM08/PM11


The BU41 RIT part number is 3BK 08035 AA. The BU41 battery branch consists of four serially-connected 12 V sealed lead-acid batteries. Short-circuiting Batteries Short-circuiting of battery terminals can cause injury to personnel and damage to equipment. Be careful when handling batteries. Each cabinet contains one or optionally two (outdoor 9100 BTS only) BU41 battery branches. The batteries are connected as shown in the following figure (top view).
BU41 Battery Branch Fixing Belt + + To BACO/BAC2 Batt 2 Optional BU41 Battery Branch

To BACO/BAC2 Batt 1 Jumper

To BACO/BAC2 Batt 2+

To BACO/BAC2 Batt 1+

Figure 35: BU41 Battery Branches and Terminal Connections in Combination with PM08/PM11 Each battery branch is fitted with an exhaust hose which expels the gasses produced during battery charging to the external environment. A temperature sensor is connected to the positive (+) battery terminal of branch 1. Once a year, you must inspect it for corrosion and damage and measure the battery voltage and temperature. Tools and Materials You must have: A torque wrench with an M6 adaptor A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System If there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost.

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Remove Batteries

To remove a BU41 battery branch: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Follow the instructions on the warning labels on the front of the BU41 while carrying out the rest of this procedure. 3. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breakers P1 and P2 on the front panel of the BACO or BAC2. 4. Pull back the rubber insulation and then remove the M6 nuts from all eight battery terminals of the BU41 to be replaced. 5. Remove the exhaust hose from the exhaust nipple on top of each battery block. 6. Remove all the battery cables from the terminals. Heavy Equipment The BU41 comprises four blocks of 12.5 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when moving or lifting the BU41. 7. Release the fixing belt securing the BU41 to the battery compartment and then remove the individual battery blocks from the compartment.

Replace Batteries

To replace a BU41 battery branch: 1. Inspect the batteries and terminals of the replacement BU41 for corrosion or cracks. 2. Install the charged replacement battery blocks in the battery compartment and secure using the fixing belt. 3. Use the M6 nuts to reconnect all the battery cables to the battery terminals, as shown in Figure 35 above. 4. Using a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor, tighten all the terminal connections to a torque of 3.9 Nm and then replace the rubber insulation. 5. Reconnect the exhaust hose to the nipple on top of each battery block. 6. Switch ON (up) the circuit breakers P1 and P2 on the front panel of the BACO or BAC2. 7. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 8. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 9. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 10. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 11. Close the front door of the BTS.

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3.22 Replace BU100 in Combination with PM08/PM11


The BU100 RIT part number is 3BK 08932 AA. The BU100 battery branch consists of four serially-connected 12 V sealed lead-acid batteries. Short-circuiting Batteries Short-circuiting of battery terminals can cause injury to personnel and damage to equipment. Be careful when handling batteries. The batteries are connected as shown in the following figure (top view).
Jumper Battery Battery Battery Battery Fixing Belt

To BACO/BAC2 Batt 1

To BACO/BAC2 Batt 1+

Figure 36: BU100 Battery Branch and Terminal Connections in Combination with PM08/PM11 The battery branch is fitted with exhaust hoses which expel the gasses produced during battery charging to the external environment. A temperature sensor is connected to one of the battery terminals. Once a year, you must inspect it for corrosion and damage and measure the battery voltage and temperature. Tools and Materials You must have: A torque wrench with an M6 adaptor A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System If there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost.

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Remove Batteries

To remove a BU100 battery branch: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Follow the instructions on the warning labels on the front of the BU100 while carrying out the rest of this procedure. 3. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breakers P1 and P2 on the front panel of the BACO or BAC2. 4. Remove the exhaust hoses from the exhaust nipple on top of each battery. 5. Pull off the cap on the negative (-) terminal on the leftmost battery, remove the M6 nut and then disconnect the cable that goes to the BACO or BAC2. 6. Pull off the cap on the positive (+) terminal on the rightmost battery, remove the M6 nut and then disconnect the cable that goes to the BACO or BAC2. 7. Pull off the other six caps on the remaining battery terminals, and remove the six M8 screws. 8. Remove the three jumpers linking the four batteries. Heavy Equipment The BU100 comprises four blocks of 30 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when moving or lifting the BU100. 9. Release the fixing belt securing the BU100 to the battery compartment and then remove the individual batteries from the compartment.

Replace Batteries

To replace a BU100 battery branch: 1. Inspect the batteries and terminals of the replacement BU100 for corrosion or cracks. 2. Place two self-adhesive spacers on the top of one of the side walls of three of the four battery blocks (same side wall in order to ensure distance to the next battery). 3. Install the charged replacement batteries in the battery compartment and secure using the fixing belt. 4. Replace the three jumpers linking the four batteries, as shown in Figure 36 above. 5. Replace the six M8 screws on the three jumpers, and tighten each nut to a torque of 5 Nm using a torque wrench with an M8 adaptor. 6. Replace the terminal caps on the six M8 screws. 7. Reconnect the battery cable to the negative (-) terminal on the leftmost battery, and replace the M6 nut. 8. Using a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor, tighten the nut to a torque of 3.9 Nm and then replace the terminal cap. 9. Reconnect the battery cable to the positive (+) terminal on the rightmost battery, and replace the M6 nut. 10. Using a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor, tighten the nut to a torque of 3.9 Nm and then replace the terminal cap. 11. Reconnect the exhaust hoses to the nipple on top of each battery.

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Final Checks

Perform the following steps: 1. Switch ON (up) the circuit breakers P1 and P2 on the front panel of the BACO or BAC2. 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 4. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 5. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 6. Close the front door of the BTS.

3.23 Replace BU41/BU100 in Combination with PM12


The BU41 RIT part number is 3BK 08035 AA, the BU100 RIT part number is 3BK 08932 AA. The BU41/BU100 battery branch consists of four serially-connected 12 V sealed lead-acid batteries. Short-circuiting Batteries Short-circuiting of battery terminals can cause injury to personnel and damage to equipment. Be careful when handling batteries. Each cabinet contains one or optionally two BU41/BU100 battery branches. The default battery branch is positioned in the bottom shelf. The optional battery branch is positioned in the shelf above. The batteries are connected as shown in the following figure (top view).
To Circuit Breaker BR1 (branch 1) or BR2 (branch 2) Fixing Belt Battery Battery Battery Battery

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BU41 Battery Branch

To Circuit Breaker BR1 or BR2

Battery

Battery

Battery

Battery Fixing Belt

Jumper

To Circuit Breaker BR1 or BR2

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To Circuit Breaker BR1 or BR2

BU100 Battery Branch

Figure 37: BU41/BU100 Battery Branches and Terminal Connections (top view) in Combination with PM12

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Each battery branch is fitted with an exhaust hose which expels the gasses produced during battery charging to the external environment. A temperature sensor is connected to the positive (+) battery terminal. Once a year, you must inspect the batteries for corrosion and damage and measure the battery voltage and temperature. Tools and Materials You must have: A torque wrench with an M6/M8 adaptor A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System If there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost. To replace a BU41 in combination with a PM12, go to Replace BU41 in Combination with PM12 (Section 3.23.1). To replace a BU100 in combination with a PM12, go to Replace BU100 in Combination with PM12 (Section 3.23.2).

3.23.1 Replace BU41 in Combination with PM12


Remove BU41
To remove a BU41 RIT in combination with a PM12: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Follow the instructions on the warning labels on the front of the BU41 while carrying out the rest of this procedure. 3. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breakers BR1(branch 1) or BR2 (optional branch) which are positioned on the left-hand side of the battery. 4. Pull back the rubber insulation and then remove the M6 nuts from all eight battery terminals of the BU41 to be replaced. 5. Remove the exhaust hoses from the exhaust nipple on top of each battery block. 6. Remove all the battery cables from the terminals. Heavy Equipment The BU41 comprise four blocks of 12.5 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when moving or lifting the BU41. 7. Release the fixing belt securing the BU41 to the battery compartment and then remove the individual battery blocks from the compartment. (It is recommended to start with the interior blocks).

Replace BU41

To replace a BU41 battery branch: 1. Inspect the batteries and terminals of the replacement BU41 for corrosion or cracks. 2. Install the charged replacement battery blocks in the battery compartment and secure using the fixing belt.

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3. Reconnect the exhaust hoses to the nipple on top of each battery block. 4. Use the M6 nuts to reconnect all the battery cables to the battery terminals, as shown in Figure 37 above. 5. Using a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor, tighten all the terminal connections to a torque of 3.9 Nm and then replace the rubber insulation.

Update RI

Update the remote inventory: 1. Switch ON (up) the circuit breakers BR1 (branch 1) or BR2 (optional branch). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory of the RIBAT with the following information: Serial number of BU41 Commissioning (current installation) date. 4. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 5. Close the front door of the BTS.

3.23.2 Replace BU100 in Combination with PM12


Remove BU100
To remove a BU100 battery branch: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Follow the instructions on the warning labels on the front of the BU100 while carrying out the rest of this procedure. 3. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breakers BR1 (branch1) or BR2 (optional branch) which are positioned on the left-hand side of the battery. 4. Remove the exhaust hoses from the exhaust nipple on top of each battery. 5. Pull off the cap on the negative (-) terminal on the leftmost battery, remove the M6 nut and then disconnect the cable that goes to the circuit breaker BR1 or BR2. 6. Pull off the cap on the positive (+) terminal on the rightmost battery, remove the M6 nut and then disconnect the cable that goes to the circuit breakers BR1 (and RIBAT1) or BR2 (and RIBAT2) and the temperature sensor cable. 7. Pull off the other six caps on the remaining battery terminals, and remove the six M8 screws. 8. Remove the three jumpers linking the four batteries. Heavy Equipment The BU100 comprises four blocks of 30 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when moving or lifting the BU100. 9. Release the fixing belt securing the BU100 to the battery compartment and then remove the individual batteries from the compartment (It is recommended to start with the interior blocks).

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Replace BU100

To replace a BU100 battery branch: 1. Inspect the batteries and terminals of the replacement BU100 for corrosion or cracks. 2. Place two self-adhesive spacers on the top of one of the side walls of three of the four battery blocks (same side wall in order to ensure distance to the next battery). 3. Install the charged replacement batteries in the battery compartment and secure, using the fixing belt. 4. Replace the three jumpers linking the four batteries, as shown in BU100 Battery Branch and Terminal Connections in Combination with PM08/PM11 (36). 5. Replace the six M8 screws on the three connector bars, and tighten each nut to a torque of 5 Nm using a torque wrench with an M8 adaptor. 6. Replace the terminal caps on the six M8 screws. 7. Reconnect the battery cable to the negative (-) terminal on the leftmost battery, and replace the M6 nut. 8. Using a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor, tighten the nut to a torque of 3.9 Nm and then replace the terminal cap. 9. Reconnect first the battery cable and then the temperature cable to the positive (+) terminal on the rightmost battery, and replace the M6 nut. 10. Using a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor, tighten the nut to a torque of 3.9 Nm and then replace the terminal cap. 11. Reconnect the exhaust hoses to the nipple on top of each battery.

Update RI

Update the remote inventory: 1. Switch ON (up) the circuit breakers BR1 (branch 1) or BR2 (optional branch). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory of the RIBAT with the following information: Serial number of BU100 Commissioning (current installation) date. 4. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 5. Close the front door of the BTS.

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3.24 Replace BU101 in 9100 MBS GSM Outdoor and 9100 MBS GSM Evolution Outdoor
The BU101 RIT part number is 3BK 25854 AA. The BU101 battery branch consists of four serially-connected 12 V sealed lead-acid batteries. Short-circuiting Batteries Short-circuiting of battery terminals can cause injury to personnel and damage to equipment. Be careful when handling batteries. The batteries are connected as shown in the following figure.
To Circuit Breaker Battery Box

Battery

Battery Connection Cable

Upper Block

To Circuit Breaker

Jumper

Battery

Battery Temperature Sensor Cable

Lower Block

Figure 38: BU101 Battery Branches and Terminal Connections (front view) Each battery branch is fitted with exhaust hoses which expel the gasses produced during battery charging to the external environment. A temperature sensor is connected to the positive (+) battery terminal. Once a year, it is recommended to inspect the batteries for corrosion and damage and measure the battery voltage and temperature.

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Tools and Materials You must have: A torque wrench with an M6/M8 adaptor An insulated wrench (M8) A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System If there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost.

Remove the Batteries

To remove a BU101 battery branch: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Follow the instructions on the warning labels on the front of the BU101 while carrying out the rest of this procedure. 3. Switch OFF (down) the battery circuit breaker. 4. Loosen the retaining screws of the battery box cover and remove the cover. 5. Remove the exhaust hoses from the exhaust nipple on top of each battery. 6. Pull off the cap on the negative (-) terminal on the left upper battery, remove the M6 nut and then disconnect the cable that goes to the circuit breaker. 7. Pull off the cap on the positive (+) terminal on the right lower battery, remove the M6 nut and then disconnect the cable that goes to the circuit breaker and the temperature sensor cable. 8. Pull off the other six caps on the remaining battery terminals, and remove the six M8 screws. 9. Remove the jumpers and the connection cable linking the four batteries. Heavy Equipment Each battery block of the BU101 weighs 30 - 35 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when moving or lifting the BU101. 10. Remove the individual batteries from the battery box (It is recommended to start with the right blocks).

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Install the Batteries

To install a BU101 battery branch: 1. Inspect the batteries and terminals of the replacement BU101 for corrosion or cracks. 2. Place two smaller self-adhesive spacers (5 mm) on the top of both side walls of both batteries placed to the right. Place two bigger self-adhesive spacers (10 mm) on the top of the left side wall of the batteries placed to the left. (This is to ensure distance between batteries and housing). 3. Install the charged replacement batteries in the battery compartment. 4. Replace the two jumpers and the "connection" cable linking the four batteries, as shown in Figure 38 above. 5. Replace the six M8 screws on the two jumpers and the "connection" cable, and tighten each nut to a torque of 5 Nm using a torque wrench with an M8 adaptor. 6. Replace the terminal caps on the six M8 screws. 7. Reconnect the battery cable removed in Step 5 (Remove the Batteries) to the negative (-) terminal on the left upper battery, and replace the M6 nut. 8. Using a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor, tighten the nut to a torque of 5 Nm and then replace the terminal cap. 9. Reconnect first the battery cable and then the temperature cable removed in Step 6 (Remove the Batteries) to the positive (+) terminal on the right lower battery, and replace the M6 nut. 10. Using a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor, tighten the nut to a torque of 5 Nm and then replace the terminal cap. 11. Reconnect the exhaust hoses to the nipple on top of each battery. On the battery cover, after replacement, perform one of the following if applicable: When changing from Hawker batteries to Exide batteries cut the glued foam blocs to about 25 mm thick When changing from Exide batteries to Hawker batteries glue the spare foam blocks on top of the original. 12. Replace the cover of battery box and tighten the retaining screws.

Update RI

Update remote inventory: 1. Switch ON (up) the battery circuit breaker. 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory of the RIBAT with the following information: Serial number of BU101 Commissioning (current installation) date. 4. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 5. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.25 Replace DAC Items


3.25.1 Replace DAC
The DAC8 RIT part number is 3BK 27794 AAxx; the DAC9 RIT part number is 3BK 27795 AAxx. Tools and Materials You must have: A Torx 30 screwdriver One to three cable ties, approximately 10 cm in length. Impact on System None. Heavy Equipment The DAC8 weighs 18 kg, the DAC9 weighs 22 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled.

Remove DAC8/DAC9

To remove a DAC8 or DAC9: 1. Open the front door(s) of the 9100 Multistandard BTS Evolution Outdoor Cabinet (MBOxE). (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) 2. Switch OFF (down) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 3. Locate DAC8 (MBO2E, right door) or DAC9 (MBO2E, left door, or MBO1E) on the inside of the appropriate door. 4. Disconnect the D-type connector cable from the Control Box at the upper part of DAC8 or DAC9. 5. If necessary, cut the cable tie(s) securing the cable (power and alarm) to the DAC8 or DAC9. 6. Support the DAC8 or DAC9 unit at the lower part. 7. Loosen the screws securing the DAC8 or DAC 9 to the door. 8. Remove the DAC8 or DAC9 unit from the door.

Replace DAC8/DAC9

To replace a DAC8 or DAC9 RIT: 1. Place the replacement DAC8 or DAC9 against the door. 2. Tighten the screws to secure the DAC8 or DAC9 unit. 3. Reconnect the D-type connector cable to the Control Box at the upper part of the DAC8 or DAC9. 4. If necessary, secure the cable to the DAC8 or DAC9 using cable tie(s). 5. Switch ON (up) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 6. Check that the red ALARM LED above the temperature readout on the Control Box (to the right of the D-type connector) is OFF. 7. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.25.2 Replace Inlet Filter


The FIND8 RIT part number is 3BK 28057 AAxx; the FIND9 RIT part number is 3BK 28058 AAxx. Tools and Materials You must have: A Torx 20 screwdriver One to three cable ties, approximately 10 cm in length. Impact on System None.

Remove the Inlet Filter

To remove the inlet filter of DAC 8 or DAC9: 1. Open the front door(s) of the 9100 Multistandard BTS Evolution Outdoor Cabinet (MBOxE). (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) 2. Switch OFF (down) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 3. Locate DAC8 (MBO2E, right door) or DAC9 (MBO2E, left door, or MBO1E) on the inside of the appropriate door. 4. Disconnect the D-type connector cable from the Control Box at the upper part of DAC8 or DAC9. 5. Loosen the screws securing the DAC8 or DAC9 cover then remove the cover. 6. Remove the inlet filter.

Help: If you can not remove the inlet filter in this position, remove DAC8 or
DAC 9 from the the door by loosening the fixation screws. Take into account the instructions marked on the inlet filter regarding the airflow direction and filter handling.

Replace the Inlet Filter

To replace the inlet filter of DAC 8 or DAC9: 1. Place the replacement inlet filter into correct position. 2. If the DAC8 or DAC9 was removed from the for filter removing fit it to the door and secure it with the screws. 3. Fit the DAC8 or DAC9 cover and tighten the screws securing the cover. 4. Reconnect the D-type connector cable to the Control Box at the upper part of the DAC8 or DAC9. 5. Switch ON (up) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 6. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.25.3 Replace Outlet Filter


The FOUTD8 RIT part number is 3BK 28059 AAxx; the FOUTD9 RIT part number is 3BK 28060 AAxx. Tools and Materials You must have: A Torx 20 screwdriver One to three cable ties, approximately 10 cm in length. Impact on System None.

Remove the Outlet Filter

To remove the outlet filter of DAC 8 or DAC9: 1. Open the front door(s) of the 9100 Multistandard BTS Evolution Outdoor Cabinet (MBOxE). (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) 2. Switch OFF (down) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 3. Locate DAC8 (MBO2E, right door) or DAC9 (MBO2E, left door, or MBO1E) on the inside of the appropriate door. 4. Disconnect the D-type connector cable from the Control Box at the upper part of DAC8 or DAC9. 5. Loosen the screws securing the DAC8 or DAC9 cover then remove the cover. 6. Remove the outlet filter.

Replace the Outlet Filter

To replace the outlet filter of DAC 8 or DAC9: 1. Place the replacement outlet filter to its final position. 2. Fit the DAC8 or DAC9 cover and tighten the screws securing it. 3. Switch ON (up) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 4. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.25.4 Replace Fan Box


The FBD8 RIT part number is 3BK 28061 AAxx; the FBD9 RIT part number is 3BK 28062 AAxx. Tools and Materials You must have: A Torx 20 screwdriver One to three cable ties, approximately 10 cm in length. Impact on System None.

Remove Fan

To remove the fan box of DAC 8 or DAC9: 1. Open the front door(s) of the 9100 Multistandard BTS Evolution Outdoor Cabinet (MBOxE). (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) 2. Switch OFF (down) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 3. Locate DAC8 (MBO2E, right door) or DAC9 (MBO2E, left door, or MBO1E) on the inside of the appropriate door. 4. Disconnect the D-type connector cable from the Control Box at the upper part of DAC8 or DAC9. 5. Loosen the screws securing the DAC8 or DAC9 cover then remove the cover and attached fans.

Replace Fan

To replace the fan of DAC 8 or DAC9: 1. Fit the DAC8 or DAC9 cover to its final position. 2. Tighten the screws securing the DAC8 or DAC9 cover. 3. Reconnect the D-type connector cable to the Control Box at the upper part of the DAC8 or DAC9. 4. Switch ON (up) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 5. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.26 Replace DCDUE


The DCDUE RIT part number is 3BK 27267 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver and a H8 socket key A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS is switched OFF. Equipment Shock Hazard Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result if the power to the equipment is not removed prior to this procedure. Switch OFF the DC power supply at the site power panel before replacing the DCDUE.

Remove DCDUE

To remove the DCDUE: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Switch OFF all power breakers (F1 to F4) 3. At site side, switch OFF the power breakers for the impacted BTS 4. Loosen the nut fixing the DCDUE cover 5. Disconnect the ground cable from the DCDUE cover and remove the cover 6. On the clamps under the lowest subrack in MBO1E, on the left side, label, mark the position and remove the cables coming from the BOMUE 7. Loosen the screws fixing the clamps and remove the clamps 8. Label, write down the position and remove the DC IN power cables from the clamps at the bottom part of DCDUE 9. Disconect the heaters power cable, remove the cable ties and detach the cables from the BTS 10. Loosen the nuts and washers from the right bottom corner of DCDUE and remove the ground cables as follows: Door and BOMUE from the outside part of DCDUE Main GND from the inside part of DCDUE 11. Loosen the nuts fixing the DCDUE body to the side wall 12. Remove the DCDUE.

Replace DCDUE

To replace the DCDUE: 1. Put the replacement DCDUE against the side wall 2. Tighten the nuts fixing the DCDUE to the side wall 3. Replace the ground cables as follows:

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Door and BOMUE to the outside part of DCDUE Main GND to the inside part of DCDUE 4. Tighten the nuts and washers to fix the ground cables 5. Conect the heaters power cable and attach the cables to the BTS using cable ties 6. Connect the DC IN power cables to the clamps at the bottom part of DCDUE 7. Fix the clamps under the lowest subrack with the provided screws 8. Connect the cables coming from the BOMUE to the calmps 9. Connect the ground cable to the DCDUE cover and replace the cover 10. Tighten the nut fixing the DCDUE cover 11. At site side, switch ON the power breakers for the impacted BTS 12. Switch ON all power breakers (F1 to F4) and the battery breaker 13. Close the front door of the BTS.

3.27 Replace External Diplexer


The part number has to be defined. Tools and Materials You must have: Appropriate equipment to make the diplexer to be removed accessible, if necessary Location of Diplexer One external diplexer is installed near the BTS and the MBS, and another diplexer is installed near the antennas. Make sure that the diplexer to be removed is accessible at the existing equipment.

A small flathead screwdriver Vinyl plastic electrical tape (3BK 08840 AAAA), if external installation A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM Impact on System All telecommunications resources of GSM equipment are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled).

Remove Diplexer

To remove an external diplexer: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS (refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information) and the MBS. 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the BTS STASR. 3. Use then BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to next step. 4. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUMx in the MBS STASR.

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5. Use then BTS NEM to lock the BTS. 6. If available, remove the vinyl plastic electrical tape on all RF connectors and disconnect the RF jumper cables on the diplexer, carefully noting down their positions for reconnection. 7. Disconnect the ground cable, which is fixed on the ground rod of the diplexer. 8. Secure the diplexer, loosen mounting and remove the diplexer.

Reinstall Diplexer

To reinstall an external diplexer: 1. Disconnect the mounting equipment from the old diplexer and install it on the new one, if necessary. 2. Put the new diplexer, including mounting equipment, in its installation position, secure it and tighten the mounting equipment. 3. Reconnect the RF cables and ground cable as noted earlier. If necessary, use the vinyl plastic electrical tape to cover RF connectors. 4. Use the BTS NEM to set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 5. Use the BTS NEM to initialize (unlock) BTS_TEL. Then check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 6. Use the NEM to unlock BTS. Then check that there are no outstanding alarms on the MBS. 7. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 8. Close the front doors of the BTS.

3.28 Replace FACB


The FACB RIT part number is 3BK 07202 AA. Tools and Material sYou must have: A medium flathead screwdriver A TORX screwdriver M3 A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled).

Remove FACB

To remove an FACB RIT: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Using the BTS NEM, upload from the BTS the FACB remote inventory file UT_FACB_BCB xx, where xx is the FACB number and note down the data in the Additional Information field. 4. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step.

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5. Using the BTS NEM, disable RA and the CCFn SBL, where n = the SBL number between 1 and 23. If n is unknown, use the Display Hardware Configuration window of the BTS NEM to find it. 6. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 7. Locate the faulty FACB. One of the subrack modules must be removed (as described in the next steps) in order to access the FACB. There is an FACB mounted on the TFBP behind the subrack at the top of the cabinet. There are also one or more TRE subrack with an FACB mounted on the backplane inside the subrack, behind the TREs. For an FACB mounted on a TFBP located behind a TRE subrack, the TRE in the third position from the right must be removed to access the FACB For an FACB mounted on a TFBP located behind a SUM and AN subrack, the module(s) immediately adjacent to the SUM must be removed. This could be ANX, ANYs or blank panels For an FACB mounted on the backplane of a TRE subrack, the TRE in the second position from the right must be removed. 8. Disconnect all the cables from the module in the subrack in front of the faulty FACB, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 9. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the module in the subrack plus the M3 TORX screws when installed in an outdoor cabinet. Then carefully disengage it from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. 10. Unplug the faulty FACB from the two connectors on the backplane.

Replace FACB

To replace an FACB RIT: 1. Plug the replacement FACB into the two connectors on the backplane. 2. Reconnect the cables to the FACB. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the modules. 3. Push the module removed from the subrack earlier, back into its empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. Then tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the module. 4. Reconnect all the cables to the module. 5. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. 6. Using the BTS NEM, initialize the CCFn and RA SBLs and then BTS_TEL. 7. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 8. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory file uploaded earlier with the following information: Commissioning (current installation) date Network identity Logical site name

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Data from Additional Information field. 9. Using the BTS NEM, download the remote inventory file to the new FACB in the BTS. 10. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 11. Close the front door of the BTS.

3.29 Replace FANU


The FANU RIT part number is 3BK 07205 AA. Tools and Materials You must have a BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System The FANU can be replaced by hot-swapping (no power supply switched off), and there is no loss of telecommunications resources.

Replace FANU

To replace an FANU RIT: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Using the BTS NEM, disable the CCFn SBL, where n = the SBL number between 1 and 23. If n is unknown, use the Display Hardware Configuration screen of the BTS NEM to find it. 4. Locate the faulty FANU at the top of the cabinet or the bottom of the appropriate subrack. Lift the latch underneath the handle at the front to release the FANU, and then pull it out from the backplane. Note: To access a top FANU, you must remove the cabinet top cover and the FANU front panel. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the FANU. 5. Push the replacement FANU fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. Check that the latch snaps into the locked position. 6. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the FACB remote inventory Additional Module field. 7. Using the BTS NEM, initialize the CCFn SBL. 8. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 9. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 10. Close the front door of the BTS.

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3.30 Replace GPS Receiver


The GPS receiver kit part numbers is 3BK 28476 AAxx. Tools and Materials You must have: A Torx 5 screwdriver An open ended key 6mm. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). In the following procedure it is considered that the SUMX board is already removed from the subrack. Refer to Replace SUMP, SUMA, SUMX (Section 3.54) for details about how to plug/unplug the SUMX board.

3.30.1 Remove GPS Receiver from SUMX


To remove the GPS receiver from SUMX: 1. On SUMX front panel, loosen the nut used for GPS receiver cable connection then remove the nut and washer.

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2. Loosen then remove the screws used for GPS receiver fixation.

Help: Fixation screws are installed on the left board side when looking to
the board from the front panel.

3. Detach the module from SUMX board.

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3.30.2 Install GPS Receiver on SUMX


To install the GPS receiver on SUMX: 1. Identify the installation position of the GPS receiver module.

Help: The GPS receiver module must be installed on the same side of
SUMX where the other components are placed (Right board side when looking to the board from the front panel).

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2. Place the module on its final position. Make sure that the connector on the GPS receiver module is aligned with the pins on the SUMX board. Do not use excessive force when plugging the module.

3. Fix the module using the provided screws.

Help: Fixation screws are installed on the left board side when looking to
the board from the front panel.

4. If not done, connect the right angled end of the GPS module RF cable to the GPS receiver module.

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5. Connect the straight end of the GPS module RF cable to the SUMX front panel and fix it with the provided nut and washer. Note: There is only one position for the RF cable to pass through the cut out in the SUMX front panel.

Notice the shape of the cut out on the SUMX front panel.

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Notice the shape of the straight end of the GPS receiver RF cable.

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3.31 Replace HEAT2


The HEAT2 RIT part numbers are 3BK 08075 AB (600 W) or 3BK 08075 CA (950 W). Tools and Materials You must have: A medium flathead screwdriver An Allen key (M5) A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None.

Replace HEAT2

To replace a HEAT2 RIT: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). Very Hot Equipment The heater of the HEAT2 can become very hot and can cause burns to personnel if not handled carefully. Exercise great care when handling the HEAT2. 2. Locate the appropriate HEAT2 inside the compartment (for module position refer to COME/COMI/COEP Module Positions (19) to MBO2 AC Module Positions (27)) and disconnect the one (or optionally two) AC power connectors. The HEAT2 is located on the floor or side wall of the compartment or directly underneath the HEX4 at the back of the front door of MBO1. The power connectors are mounted on the front plate of the HEAT2, next to the thermostat. 3. Remove the four screws securing the HEAT2 plate to the floor or side wall of the compartment or to the door and remove the HEAT2. 4. Place the replacement HEAT2 in position and replace the four screws. 5. Reconnect the AC power connectors to the new HEAT2. 6. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 7. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 8. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 9. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 10. Close the front doors of the BTS.

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3.32 Replace HEAT3/HEAT4


The HEAT3 RIT part number is 3BK 26343 AA, the HEAT4 RIT part number is 3BK 27019 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A TORX M6 screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None.

Procedure

To replace a HEAT3 or HEAT4 RIT: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) Very Hot Equipment The heater of the HEAT3/HEAT4 can become hot and can cause burns to personnel if not handled carefully. Exercise great care when handling the HEAT3/HEAT4. 2. Locate the HEAT3/HEAT4 inside the compartment (for module position see CBO AC Variant Modules Position (31) and CBO DC Variant Modules Position (32) and disconnect the power connectors. The HEAT3/HEAT4 is located at the bottom of the CBO. 3. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 4. Using the BTS NEM, disable the CCF1 SBL. 5. Remove the right FANU in order to access the heater power cable. 6. Disconnect the power cable from the connector at the back of the HEAT3/HEAT4. 7. Remove the two screws securing the HEAT3/HEAT4 plate to the frame and remove the HEAT3/HEAT4. 8. Place the replacement HEAT3/HEAT4 in position and replace the two screws. 9. Reconnect the power cable to the new HEAT3/HEAT4. 10. Plug the FANU in its initial position. 11. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 12. Using the BTS NEM, initialize the CCF1 SBL. 13. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 14. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 15. Close the front doors of the BTS.

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3.33 Replace HEATDC


The HEATDC RIT part number is 3BK 26619 AAAA (700 W). Tools and Materials You must have: A medium flathead screwdriver An Allen key (M5) A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None.

Procedure

To replace a HEATDC RIT: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) Very Hot Equipment The heater of the HEATDC can become very hot and can cause burns to personnel if not handled carefully. Exercise great care when handling the HEATDC. 2. Locate the appropriate HEATDC inside the compartment (for module position see MBO1 DC Module Positions (24) and MBO2 DC Module Positions (29)) and disconnect the DC power cable. The HEATDC is located directly underneath the HEX4 at the back of the front door of MBO1DC or on the lower part of the right side wall in MBOEDC. The power connectors are mounted on the front plate of the HEATDC. 3. Remove the four screws securing the HEATDC plate to the door or side wall of the compartment and remove the HEATDC. 4. Place the replacement HEATDC in position and replace the four screws. 5. Reconnect the DC power connectors to the new HEATDC. 6. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 7. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 8. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 9. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 10. Close the front doors of the BTS.

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3.34 Replace HEX2


The HEX2 RIT part number is 3BK 07978 AB or 3BK 07978 AD. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A 7/16 Allen key Three cable ties, approximately 10 cm in length A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None. Heavy Equipment The HEX2 weighs 24 kg and there is no handle. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when removing the HEX2. Do NOT remove the bolts that secure it to the door until it is properly supported.

Remove HEX2

To remove a HEX2 RIT: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Depending on the BTS variant, switch OFF (down) the circuit breaker F2 on the front panel of the DCDP or the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 3. Locate the HEX2 on the inside of the appropriate door and disconnect the two D-type connector cables from the left side of the Control Box at the bottom of the HEX2. 4. Cut the three cable ties securing the cables (power and alarm) to the HEX2. 5. Loosen, but do not remove, the four Allen bolts securing the HEX2 to the door. 6. Support the HEX2 and then remove the bolts and the HEX2 from the door. Gasket Damage While placing the replacement HEX2 against the door in the next step, be careful not to damage the gasket between the HEX2 and the door.

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Replace HEX2

To replace a HEX2 RIT: 1. Place the replacement HEX2 against the door and replace the four bolts. Support the HEX2 until the bolts are fully tightened. 2. Reconnect the two D-type connector cables to the left side of the Control Box at the bottom of the HEX2. 3. Secure the cables to the HEX2 using the three cable ties. 4. Depending on the BTS variant, switch ON (up) the circuit breaker F2 on the front panel of the DCDP or the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 5. Verify that the red ALARM LED above the temperature readout on the Control Box is OFF. 6. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 7. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 8. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 9. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 10. Close the front doors of the BTS.

3.35 Replace HEX3/HEX4


The HEX3 RIT part number is 3BK 25659 AAxx; the HEX4 RIT part number is 3BK 25660 AAxx. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver An Allen key (M8) One to three cable ties, approximately 10 cm in length. Impact on System None. Heavy Equipment The HEX3 weighs 24 kg, the HEX4 weighs 28 kg, and not all HEX variants have handles. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when removing the HEX. Do NOT remove the bolts that secure it to the door until it is properly supported.

Remove HEX3/HEX4

To remove a HEX3 or HEX4: 1. Open the front door(s) of the Multistandard BTS Outdoor Cabinet (MBOx). (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) 2. Switch OFF (down) the HEX breaker (one breaker for HEX3 and HEX4) on the bus bar. 3. Locate HEX3 (MBO2, right door) or HEX4 (MBO2, left door, or MBO1) on the inside of the appropriate door and disconnect the D-type connector cable from the Control Box at the upper part of HEX3 or HEX4.

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4. If necessary, cut the cable tie(s) securing the cable (power and alarm) to the HEX3 or HEX4. 5. Loosen, but do not remove, the four Allen bolts securing the HEX3 or HEX4 to the door. 6. Support the HEX3 or HEX4 and then remove the bolts and the HEX3 or HEX4 from the door. Gasket Damage While placing the replacement HEX against the door in the next step, be careful not to damage the gasket between the HEX and the door.

Replace HEX3/HEX4

To replace a HEX3 or HEX4 RIT: 1. Place the replacement HEX3 or HEX4 against the door and replace the four bolts. Support the HEX3 or HEX4 until the bolts are fully tightened. 2. Reconnect the D-type connector cable to the Control Box at the upper part of the HEX3 or HEX4. 3. If necessary, secure the cable to the HEX3 or HEX4 using the cable tie(s). 4. Switch ON (up) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 5. Verify that the red ALARM LED above the temperature readout on the Control Box (to the right of the D-type connector) is OFF. 6. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

3.36 Replace HEX5


The HEX5 RIT part number is 3BK 26325 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A M8 open ended key A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None. Heavy Equipment The HEX5 weighs 12 kg and there is no handle. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when removing the HEX5. Do NOT remove the bolts that secure it to the door until it is properly supported.

Remove HEX5

To remove the HEX5 RIT: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Switch OFF (down) the HEX circuit breaker on the front panel of the DCUC.

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3. Locate the HEX5 on the inside of the door and disconnect the two D-type connector cables from the right side of the HEX5. 4. Loosen, but do not remove the four Allen bolts securing the HEX5 to the door. 5. Support the HEX5 and then remove the bolts and the HEX5 from the door. Gasket Damage While placing the replacement HEX5 against the door in the next step, be careful not to damage the gasket between the HEX5 and the door.

Install New HEX5

To install the new HEX5: 1. Place the replacement HEX5 against the door and replace the four bolts. Support the HEX5 until the bolts are fully tightened. 2. Verify that the water tubes of the HEX5 are properly attached to the rubber spouts in the bottom of the door. 3. Reconnect the two D-type connector cables to the right side of the HEX5. 4. Switch ON the HEX5 circuit breaker on the front panel of the DCUC. 5. Verify that the red ALARM LED above the temperature readout is OFF.

Update RI

To update the remote inventory for the HEX5: 1. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 2. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 3. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 4. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 5. Close the front doors of the BTS.

3.37 Replace HEX8/HEX9


The HEX8 RIT part number is 3BK 27148 AAxx; the HEX9 RIT part number is 3BK 27149 AAxx. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver An Allen key (M8) One to three cable ties, approximately 10 cm in length. Impact on System None. Heavy Equipment The HEX8 weighs 24 kg, the HEX9 weighs 28 kg, and not all HEX variants have handles. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when removing the HEX. Do NOT remove the bolts that secure it to the door until it is properly supported.

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Remove HEX3/HEX4

To remove a HEX8 or HEX9: 1. Open the front door(s) of the 9100 Multistandard BTS Evolution Outdoor Cabinet (MBOxE). (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) 2. Switch OFF (down) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 3. Locate HEX8 (MBO2E, right door) or HEX9 (MBO2E, left door, or MBO1E) on the inside of the appropriate door and disconnect the D-type connector cable from the Control Box at the upper part of HEX8 or HEX9. 4. If necessary, cut the cable tie(s) securing the cable (power and alarm) to the HEX8 or HEX9. 5. Loosen, but do not remove, the four Allen bolts securing the HEX8 or HEX9 to the door. 6. Support the HEX8 or HEX9 and then remove the bolts and the HEX8 or HEX9 from the door. Gasket Damage While placing the replacement HEX against the door in the next step, be careful not to damage the gasket between the HEX and the door.

Replace HEX8/HEX9

To replace a HEX8 or HEX9 RIT: 1. Place the replacement HEX8 or HEX9 against the door and replace the four bolts. Support the HEX8 or HEX9 until the bolts are fully tightened. 2. Reconnect the D-type connector cable to the Control Box at the upper part of the HEX8 or HEX9. 3. If necessary, secure the cable to the HEX8 or HEX9 using the cable tie(s). 4. Switch ON (up) the HEX breaker on the bus bar. 5. Verify that the red ALARM LED above the temperature readout on the Control Box (to the right of the D-type connector) is OFF. 6. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

3.38 Replace Lightning Protection in LPFC


The RIT part numbers of the lightning protection modules are 1AB 10046 0005 (L-N) and 1AB 10046 0006 (N-PE). This procedure tells you how to replace the lightning protection module. This module is located in the LPFC (see CBO AC Variant Modules Position (31) ) above the cables entry. The module can be replaced without switching off the power. Tools and Materials You must have a TORX screwdriver (M4). Impact on System None.

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3.38.1 Case of CBO Variant AAAA


Procedure
To replace a CBO Variant AAAA Lightning Protection Module: 1. Open the front door of the CBO. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) AC handling Be careful when handling AC circuits and components! 2. Detect the defective lightning protector (for DEHN and for PHOENIXCONTACT suppliers a red indication field indicates that the lightning detector has to be replaced), by checking the indication field in the inspection cutout on the front cover of the LPFC. In a DEHN lightning protector, the body is red. Be careful not to confuse it with the faulty item. 3. Unscrew the four retaining nuts (TORX, M4) of the LPFC front cover and put it aside. 4. Remove the defective lightning protector plug and insert a new one. 5. Replace the top cover of the LPFC and tighten the retaining screws. 6. Close the front door of the CBO.

3.38.2 Case of CBO Variant AAAB


In the CBO variant AAAB, the top cover of the LPFC has a window which allows you to replace the lightning protection modules without removing the cover.

Procedure

To replace a CBO variant AAAB Lightning Protection Module: 1. Open the front door of the CBO. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) AC handling Be careful when handling AC circuits and components! 2. Detect the defective lightning protector (for DEHN and for PHOENIXCONTACT suppliers a red indication field indicates that the lightning detector has to be replaced) by checking the indication field in the inspection cutout on the front cover of the LPFC. In a DEHN lightning protector, the body is red. Be careful not to confuse it with the faulty item. 3. Remove the defective lightning protector plug and insert a new one 4. Close the front door of the CBO.

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3.39 Replace Lightning Protection in LPFM


The RIT part numbers of the lightning protection modules are 1AB 10046 0005 (L-N) and 1AB 10046 0006 (N-PE). This procedure tells you how to replace the lightning protection module. This module is located in the LPFM (see MBO1 AC Module Positions (22) or MBO2 AC Module Positions (27)) at the left upper side of the MBO1. The module can be replaced without switching off the power. The top cover of the LPFM has a window which allows you to check the lightning protection modules without removing the cover. Tools and Materials You must have an open ended key(M5). Impact on System None.

Replace Lightning Protection

To replace a Lightning Protection Module: 1. Open the front door of the MBO1. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). AC handling Be careful when handling AC circuits and components! 2. Detect the defective lightning protector (a red indication field indicates that the lightning detector has to be replaced) on the top cover of the LPFM. 3. Unscrew the four retaining nuts (M5) of the LPFM top cover and put them aside. 4. Remove the defective lightning protector and insert a new one. 5. Replace the top cover of the LPFM and tighten the retaining nuts. 6. Close the front door of the MBO1.

3.40 Replace Lightning Protection in ACDUE


The RIT part numbers of the lightning protection modules are 1AB 10046 0005 (L-N) and 1AB 10046 0006 (N-PE). This procedure tells you how to replace the lightning protection module. This module is located in the LPFM (see MBO1 AC Module Positions (22) or MBO2 AC Module Positions (27)) at the left upper side of the MBO1E. The module can be replaced without switching off the power. The cover of the ACDUE has a window which allows you to check the lightning protection modules without removing the cover. Tools and Materials You must have an open ended key(M5). Impact on System None.

Replace Lightning Protection

To replace a Lightning Protection Module: 1. Open the front door of the MBO1E. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information).

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AC handling Be careful when handling AC circuits and components! 2. Detect the defective lightning protector (a red indication field indicates that the lightning detector has to be replaced) on the cover of the ACDUE. 3. Unscrew the retaining nut (M5) of the ACDUE cover and put them aside. 4. Remove the defective lightning protector and insert a new one. 5. Replace the cover of the ACDUE and tighten the retaining nut. 6. Close the front door of the MBO1E.

3.41 Replace Lightning Protection in LPFMT


The RIT part numbers of the lightning protection modules are 1AB 10046 0005 (L-N) and 1AB 10046 0006 (N-PE). This procedure tells you how to replace the lightning protection module. This module is located in the LPFMT (see MBO1T Module Positions (26)) at the left upper side of the MBO1T. The module can be replaced without switching off the power. The top cover of the LPFMT has a window which allows you to check the lightning protection modules without removing the cover. Tools and Materials You must have an open ended key for M5. Impact on System None.

Replace Lightning Protection

To replace a Lightning Protection Module: 1. Open the front door of the MBO1T. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). AC handling Be careful when handling AC circuits and components! 2. Detect the defective lightning protector (a red indication field indicates that the lightning detector has to be replaced) on the top cover of the LPFMT. 3. Unscrew the four retaining nuts ( M5) of the LPFMT top cover and put them aside. 4. Remove the defective lightning protector and insert a new one. 5. Replace the top cover of the LPFMT and tighten the retaining nuts. 6. Close the front door of the MBO1T.

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3.42 Replace Lightning Protection in LPFU


The RIT part numbers of the lightning protection module are 1AB 10046 0005 (L-N) and 1AB 10046 0006 (N-PE). This procedure tells you how to replace the lightning protection module. This module is located in the LPFU (see CODE/CODI/COEP Module Positions (20) or CPT2 Module Positions (21)) at the bottom of the side compartment. The module can be replaced without switching off the power. Tools and Materials You must have a TORX screwdriver (M4). Impact on System None.

Replace Lightning Protection

To replace a Lightning Protection Module: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). AC handling Be careful when handling AC circuits and components! 2. Unscrew the retaining screw (TORX, M4) in the middle of the LPFU top cover, if equipped. Open the LPFU by pulling off the top cover. The following figure shows an internal view of the LPFU.
Retaining Thread (not necessarily equipped) Lightning Protector

Figure 39: LPFU Internal View 3. Remove the lightning protector (for DEHN, a red indication field and for PHOENIXCONTACT, a green indication field indicates that the lightning detector has to be replaced) and insert a new one. 4. Replace the top cover of the LPFU, press the cover down until it locks and tighten the retaining screw (if equipped). 5. Close the front doors of the BTS.

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3.43 Replace LPQM/LPQMDC


The LPQM part number is 3BK 25444 AA. The LPQMDC part number is 3BK 27355 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A BTS NEM and an RS-232 link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. For tools to be used for RF cables tightening refer to Tools Catalogue, reference 3BK 20458 0001 RJZZA. The following table gives the torque values to be used when tightening RF cables and LPQM/LPQMDC. Connector Type 7/16 LPQM/LPQMDC Table 8: Torque Values for RF Cables Torque [Nm] 25 35

Impact on System All telecommunications resources for the concerned sector are lost when RA is locked (disabled).

Remove the LPQM/LPQMDC

To remove a LPQM/LPQMDC: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Using the BTS NEM, disable the RAn SBL, where n corresponds to the concerned sector. 4. Inside the cabinet disconnect the RF cable from the LPQM/LPQMDC 5. If neccessarry, open the plinth front cover and /or the plate on the bottom of the cabinet to acces the antenna jumpers 6. Disconnect the antenna jumpers from the LPQM/LPQMDC 7. Remove the nut fixing the LPQM/LPQMDC to the bottom plate and remove the LPQM/LPQMDC.

Replace the LPQM/LPQMDC

To relpace a LPQM/LPQMDC: 1. Install the new LPQM/LPQMDC in the right position 2. Fix the LPQM/LPQMDC with the provided nut 3. Connect the antenna jumpers to the LPQM/LPQMDC 4. Inside the cabinet connect the RF cable to the LPQM/LPQMDC 5. If neccessarry, close the plinth front cover and /or the plate on the bottom of the cabinet 6. Using the BTS NEM, enable the RAn SBL, where n corresponds to the concerned sector. 7. Disconnect the BTS NEM.

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8. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

3.44 Replace OUTC


The OUTC RIT part number is 3BK 25526 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A TORX screwdriver (M4) A BTS NEM and an RS-232 link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled).

Remove OUTC

To remove an OUTC RIT: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL (for all sectors), RA (for all sectors) and BTS_OM SBL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 4. Using the BTS NEM, disable the EACB 1 SBL. 5. At the BTS NEM, start the Hardware Assistant by following the menu path: Configuration -> Hardware Assistant Click on [ Replace RIT (keep user data) ] button. A message asking for OUTC replacement confirmation is displayed. Acknowledge it by clicking on [ OK. ] "Replace RIT (keep user data)" window opens asking to change the RIT is displayed. You will have to acknowledge this dialogue box once the replacement is completed. 6. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 7. Disconnect all cables from the OUTC beginning from top to bottom. Write down the cable positions in order to reconnect them in the same position. First disconnect the power cable from the top of the OUTC. The OUTC is located on the right side of the Side Compartment / MBO 1 / MBO1E. 8. Remove the TORX screws securing the OUTC and then remove the board.

Replace OUTC

To replace an OUTC RIT: 1. Install the new OUTC board and secure it with the TORX screws. 2. Reconnect all the cables to the OUTC beginning from the bottom. The last cable is the power cable. 3. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. 4. Acknowledge the OUTC replacement in the "Replace RIT (keep user data)" window. 5. Wait for Replace RIT (keep user data) result: appear and click on [ OK ].
success message to

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6. Close the "Hardware Assistant" window. 7. Using the BTS NEM, initialize the EACB 1 and BTS_OM SBLs and then the RA and BTS_TEL SBLs. 8. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 9. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 10. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

3.45 Replace PCM Overvoltage Protection


The PCM Overvoltage Protection RIT part number is 1 AB 04559 0017. Tools and Materials None. Impact on System None.

Replace RIT

To replace the PCM Overvoltage Protection: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Remove the Overvoltage Protection block from the Connection Area board or OUTC. The Connection Area board or OUTC is located on the right side wall of the Side Compartment or MBO1. The Overvoltage Protection block is located at the left side of the Connection Area board or OUTC. 3. Plug the new Overvoltage Protection block into the Connection Area board or OUTC. 4. Close the front doors of the BTS.

3.46 Replace PM08


The PM08 RIT part number is 3BK 06783 BB. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None. To replace a PM08 RIT, you must: Remove the existing RIT Replace it with the new RIT Check the status of the new RIT and update the remove inventory.

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Remove PM08

To remove a PM08 RIT: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 3. Disconnect the power cable on the front panel of the faulty PM08. 4. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the PM08. 5. Carefully disengage the PM08 from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the PM08.

Replace PM08

To replace a PM08 RIT: 1. Push the replacement PM08 fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 2. Tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the PM08. 3. Reconnect the power cable to the front panel of the PM08 and verify that the green On LED on the front panel is ON. 4. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap.

Check Status and Update RI

To check the status and update the remote inventory: 1. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU1 repeatedly until the Rectif status is displayed and verify that the status of the PM08s are Y Y Y Y Y. The following character designations are used: Y - indicates that the PM08 in the corresponding slot is serviceable F - indicates that the PM08 is unserviceable and needs replacing N - indicates that the slot is not used. 2. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU1 repeatedly until the Alarm status is displayed and verify that the status of the PM08s is - - - - -. A - in any display position indicates that the PM08 in the corresponding slot is not in an alarm condition. Any other character in the display indicates an alarm condition. 3. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 4. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 5. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 6. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 7. Close the front door of the BTS.

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3.47 Replace PM11


The PM11 RIT part number is 3BK 08713 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small crosshead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None. You can replace either a single PM11 (go to Replace a Single PM11 (Section 3.47.1)) or all the PM11s (go to Replace All PM11s (Section 3.47.2)).

3.47.1 Replace a Single PM11


When you replace a single PM11, you: Remove and replace the RIT Check the status of the RIT and update the remote inventory.

Replace Single PM11

To replace a single PM11 RIT in a cabinet: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of the PM11 to be replaced. 3. Carefully disengage the PM11 from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the PM11. 4. Push the replacement PM11 fully into the empty slot, ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 5. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panel of the PM11. 6. Verify that the green On LED on the front panel of the PM11 is ON.

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Check Status and Update RI

To check the status of the RIT and update the remote inventory: 1. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU2 repeatedly until the power module status is displayed. Verify that the status is "PM Y Y Y Y". The following character designations are used: Y - indicates that the PM11 in the corresponding slot is serviceable F - indicates that the PM11 is unserviceable and needs replacing N - indicates that the slot is not used. 2. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU2 repeatedly until the Alarm status is displayed. Verify that the alarm status is ALM. Any other character in the display, for instance ALM M, indicates an alarm condition. The following character designations are used: M - indicates a mains failure B - indicates a battery malfunction R - indicates a PM11 failure V - indicates an out-of-range voltage. 3. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 4. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 5. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 6. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 7. Close the front doors of the BTS.

3.47.2 Replace All PM11s


When you replace all the PM11s, you: Remove and replace the RITs Check their status and update the remote inventory.

Replace all PM11s

To replace all PM11 RITs in a cabinet: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Ensure that the circuit breakers F1 and F2 on the front panel of the BAC2 are ON (up). 3. Press the Function button on the front panel of the BCU2 repeatedly until the battery current IB is displayed. Verify that the battery current is about 3 A. (Then the battery has reached about 80 % of its charging capacity). If the battery current is considerably higher than 3 A you have to wait until the battery has reached a higher percentage of its charging capacity. 4. Switch OFF (down) the circuit breakers F3, F4 and F5 on the front panel of the ACSP. 5. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of one of the PM11s.

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6. Carefully disengage the PM11 from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the PM11. 7. Push the replacement PM11 fully into the empty slot, ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 8. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panel of the PM11. 9. For each of the other three PM11s, repeat Steps 5 to 8. 10. Switch ON (up) the circuit breakers F3, F4 and F5 on the front panel of the ACSP. 11. Verify that the green On LED on the front panel of each of the PM11s is ON.

Check Status and Update RI

To check the status of the RITs and update the remote inventory: 1. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU2 repeatedly until the power module status is displayed. Verify that the status is PM Y Y Y Y. The following character designations are used: Y - indicates that the PM11 in the corresponding slot is serviceable F - indicates that the PM11 is unserviceable and needs replacing N - indicates that the slot is not used. 2. Press the Status button on the front panel of the BCU2 repeatedly until the Alarm status is displayed. Verify that the alarm status is ALM. Any other character in the display, for instance "ALM M", indicates an alarm condition. The following character designations are used: M - indicates a mains failure B - indicates a battery malfunction R - indicates a PM11 failure V - indicates an out-of-range voltage. 3. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 4. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 5. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 6. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 7. Close the front doors of the BTS.

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3.48 Replace PM12


The PM12 RIT part numbers are 3BK 25024 AA for the module with input voltage 187V...264V and 3BK 25024 AB for the module with extended input voltage 150V...280V. Tools and Materials You must have: A medium flathead screwdriver A TORX screwdriver (outdoor cabinet only) A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None. When you replace a PM12, you: Remove and replace the RIT Update the remote inventory.

Replace PM12

To replace a single PM12 RIT in a cabinet: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Disconnect the cable from the connector on the front panel of the PM12 to be replaced. 3. Loosen the retaining screws on the front panel of the PM12. 4. Carefully disengage the PM12 from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the PM12. 5. Push the replacement PM12 fully into the empty slot, ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 6. Tighten the retaining screws on the front panel of the PM12. 7. Connect the cable to the connector on the front panel of the new PM12. 8. Verify that the green On LED on the front panel of the PM12 is ON.

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Update RI

The update the remote inventory: 1. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 2. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory file with the following information: Commissioning (current installation) date Network identity Logical site name PM12 Power down timers. 3. Using the BTS NEM, download the remote inventory file to the PM12 in the BTS. 4. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 5. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

3.49 Replace PM18


The PM18 RIT part numbers are: 3BK 27199 for PM18 Subrack 3BK 27200 for PM18 Rectifier 3BK 27201 for PM18 Controller Tools and Materials You must have: A medium flathead screwdriver A TORX screwdriver (outdoor cabinet only) A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None. When you replace a PM18, you have to: Remove and replace the RIT Update the remote inventory.

3.49.1 Replace PM18 Subrack


3.49.1.1 Remove PM18 Subrack
To replace a PM18 subrack RIT: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Switch OFF all breakers on ACDUE panel. 3. Switch OFF the battery breaker.

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4. Remove the PM18 rectifiers from the subrack. (Refer toReplace PM18 Rectifier (Section 3.49.2) ). 5. Remove the PM18 controller from the subrack. (Refer to Replace PM18 Controller (Section 3.49.3)). 6. Disconnect the AC input power cables from ACDUE panel. 7. Disconnect the battery cables from BATT+ and BATT- poles. 8. Disconnect the DC output power cables from OUT+ and OUT- poles. 9. If necessary, remove the heater and heater fixing plate in front of the PM18 subrack 10. Loosen the screws fixing the PM18 subrack and remove the subrack.

3.49.1.2 Replace the PM18 Subrack


To replace the PM18 subrack: 1. Insert the PM18 subrack and tighten the fixing screws 2. If the heater and heater fixing plate were removed, install it back to original position 3. Connect the AC input power cables to ACDUE panel. 4. Cconnect the battery cables to BATT+ and BATT- poles. 5. Connect the DC output power cables to OUT+ and OUT- poles. 6. Insert the PM18 controller in the subrack. (Refer to Replace PM18 Controller (Section 3.49.3)). 7. Inset the PM18 rectifiers in the subrack. (Refer toReplace PM18 Rectifier (Section 3.49.2) ). 8. Switch ON all breakers on ACDUE panel. 9. Switch ON the battery breaker.

3.49.2 Replace PM18 Rectifier


To replace a PM18 rectifier RIT: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Identify the faulty module by the LEDs status as follows: For PM18R from Cherokee one of the AC OK and DC OK green LEDs is OFF or one of the OVP and OTP red LEDs is ON For PM18R from H+S the Fault red LED is ON 3. Set the PM18 rectifier handle to OPEN position. 4. Carefully disengage the PM18 rectifier from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the PM18 rectifier. 5. Push the replacement PM18 rectifier fully into the empty slot, ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned.

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6. Set the PM18 rectifier handle to CLOSE position. 7. Check that the green LED on the front panel of the PM18 rectifier is ON.

3.49.3 Replace PM18 Controller


To remove a PM18 Controller RIT: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Loosen the retaining screw on the front panel of the PM18 controller. 3. Disconnect the XBCB cable from the front panel of the PM18 controller. 4. Disconnect the RS-232 cable from the front panel of the PM18 controller. 5. Carefully disengage the PM18 controllerr from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. 6. Push the replacement PM18 rectifier fully into the empty slot, ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 7. Tighten the retaining screw on the front panel of the PM18 controller. 8. Connect the XBCB cable to the front panel of the PM18 controller. 9. Connect the RS-232 cable to the front panel of the PM18 controller. 10. Check that the green LED on the front panel of the PM18 controller is ON.

3.49.4 Update RI and Settings on PM18C


The update the remote inventory: 1. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 2. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory file with the following information: Commissioning (current installation) date Network identity Logical site name PM18 Power down timers. 3. Using the BTS NEM, update the PM18C settings with following information: Cell voltage, if different than default value Maximum charging current Number of equipped PM18R modules 4. Using the BTS NEM, download the remote inventory file to the PM18 in the BTS. 5. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 6. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.50 Replace Range Extension Kit


The range extension kit includes the Masthead Amplification Box (MAB) and the Power Distribution Unit (PDU). The part numbers are 3BK 08848 AAAA (MAB 900) and 3BK 08850 AAAA (PDU). Tools and Materials You must have: A set of Allen keys A wrench (M6) Vinyl plastic electrical tape (for MAB; part of the installation kit for MAB: 3BK 08840 AAAA) A small crosshead insulated screwdriver A small flathead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). To replace the Range Extension Kit, First, replace the Mast Amplification Box (using 3.50.1) Then replace the power distribution unit (using 3.50.2).

3.50.1 Replace Mast Amplification Box


Disconnect MAB
To disconnect the MAB: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 4. Locate the MAB to be replaced and its associated PDU. 5. Disconnect the power cable at the PDU. 6. Remove the vinyl plastic electrical tape at both RF connectors and disconnect both RF jumper cables at the MAB, carefully noting down their positions for reconnection. 7. Disconnect the ground cable which is fixed at the ground rod of the MAB.

Replace MAB

To replace the Mast Amplification Box: 1. Secure the MAB, loosen the screws of the fixation band and remove the MAB. 2. Old and new MAB: Unscrew the four screws on the RX and TX gain settings cover placed at the bottom of the MABs.

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3. Adjust the attenuation settings (TX and RX) of the new MAB to the values used in the old MAB. 4. After completing TX and RX attenuation setting, replace the gasket and the cover on the bottom of the MABs. Make sure that the gasket is placed correctly (you can see the gasket along all cover edges) so the hole is sealed completely. 5. Disconnect the fixation band from the old MAB and install it on the new one. 6. Put the new MAB and the fixation band in their installation position, secure it and tighten up the retaining screws of the fixation band. 7. Reconnect the RF cables and the ground cable as noted down earlier. Use the vinyl plastic electrical tape to cover the RF connectors. 8. Reconnect the power supply cable to the front panel of the PDU. Alarm Indication The power cable must not be connected to the PDU before a complete installation of all other cables has been set correctly! Otherwise alarm reports will appear and one or more red LEDs are activated. Then resetting the PDU is required. Resetting can be carried out by pressing the TRX 1 RESET and TRX 2 RESET buttons with a pencil. 9. Check that there are no red LEDs on the PDU.

Update RI

To update the remote inventory: 1. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 2. Using the BTS NEM, initialize (unlock) BTS_TEL. Then check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 3. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 4. Close the front door(s) of the BTS. 5. Go to 3.50.2 to replace the power distribution unit.

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3.50.2 Replace Power Distribution Unit


Replace PDU
To replace the power distribution unit: 1. If necessary, open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 4. Locate the PDU to be replaced and disconnect the power supply cable. 5. Disconnect the alarm cable and all RF cables at the PDU, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. Then disconnect the ground cable which is fixed at the ground rod of the PDU. 6. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the PDU and carefully withdraw the PDU from the slot. 7. Push the replacement PDU fully into the empty slot and tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the PDU. 8. Reconnect the ground cable and then the alarm cable and all RF cables to the front panel of the PDU as noted down earlier. 9. Reconnect the power supply cable to the front panel of the PDU. Alarm Indication The power cable must not be connected to the PDU before a complete installation of all other cables have been set correctly! Otherwise alarm reports will appear and one or more red LEDs are activated. Then resetting the PDU is required. Resetting can be carried out by pressing the TRX 1 RESET and TRX 2 RESET buttons with a pencil. 10. Check that there are no red LEDs at the PDU.

Update RI

To update the remote inventory: 1. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 2. Using the BTS NEM, initialize (unlock) BTS_TEL. Then check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 3. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 4. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.51 Replace/Test 9100 BTS Residual Current Device


The Residual Current Device (F1) RIT part numbers are 1AB 14265 0001 or 1AB 14265 0005. Tools and Materials You must have: A small crosshead insulated screwdriver A medium flathead screwdriver A TORX screwdriver (M3). Impact on System None. Equipment Shock Hazard Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result if the correct tools and precautions are not used during this procedure. A certified electrician or equivalent is required to carry out this procedure. To replace the 9100 BTS residual current device, go to 3.51.1, below. To test the residual current device, go to Test 9100 BTS Residual Current Device (Section 3.51.2).

3.51.1 Replace 9100 BTS Residual Current Device


Procedure
To replace the Residual Current Device: 1. Open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Switch OFF (down) the Fi circuit breaker on the front panel. Equipment Shock Hazard Possible death or serious physical harm to personnel and damage to equipment may result if the power to the equipment is not removed. Switch off the AC power supply to the BTS cabinet before replacing the Residual Current Device. 3. Switch OFF the AC power supply to the BTS cabinet. 4. For the ACSB/ACSU/ACMU, loosen the four retaining screws on the front of the ACSB/ACSU/ACMU and carefully remove the cover. For the ACSP, remove the cover if it is equipped. 5. Loosen the screw terminals at the top and bottom of the Residual Current Device and carefully pull out the connecting wires. Be careful to keep these wires out of contact with any metal parts in the area. On the ACSB/ACMU, the Residual Current Device is the first block from the left in the block of circuit breakers On the ACSP or ACSU (versions AA or AB), the Residual Current Device is the first block from the right in the block of circuit breakers. The Residual Current Device is designated F1. 6. Pull out the Residual Current Device and insert the replacement unit.

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7. Carefully replace the wires removed in Step 5 and tighten the screw terminals. 8. For the ACSB/ACSU/ACMU, replace the ACSB/ACSUACMU cover and tighten the retaining screws. For the ACSP, replace the ACSP cover if there was one. 9. Switch ON the AC power supply to the BTS cabinet. 10. Switch ON (up) the Fi circuit breaker on the front panel of the ACSB, ACSP, ACSU, or ACMU. 11. Go to 3.51.2 to test the Residual Current Device.

3.51.2 Test 9100 BTS Residual Current Device


Procedure
To test the Residual Current Device: 1. If necessary, open the front doors of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Check that the Fi circuit breaker on the front panel of the ACSB, ACSP, ACSU, or ACMU is ON (up). 3. Press the Residual Current Device Test button and check that the Fi circuit breaker goes OFF (down). If it does, go directly to Step 5. Otherwise, continue to the next step. On the ACSB/ACMU, the Residual Current Device is the first block from the left in the block of circuit breakers On the ACSP or ACSU (versions AA or AB), the Residual Current Device is the first block from the right in the block of circuit breakers. The Residual Current Device is designated F1. 4. Press the Residual Current Device Test button once more and check that the Fi circuit breaker goes OFF (down). If it does, go directly to Step 5. Otherwise, the Residual Current Device must be replaced. Go to 3.51.1. 5. Reset the Fi circuit breaker to the ON (up) position. 6. Close the front doors of the BTS.

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3.52 Replace Service Light


Use the procedures in this section to: Replace the service light unit in MBO Evolution Cabinets (go to 3.52.1) Replace the service light lamp in MBO Cabinets (go to 3.52.2) Replace the service light lamp in other cabinets (go to 3.52.3).

3.52.1 Replace Service Light Unit in MBO Evolution Cabinets


The service light RIT part number is 3BK 25860 xxxx for the AC variant and 3BK 26620 xxxx for the DC variant. Tools and Materials You must have: An open ended key 8 mm A medium flathead screwdriver. Impact on System None. In case of AC variant, the procedure applies for the following cases: Replace service light variant 3BK 25860 ACxx by a similar one Replace service light variant 3BK 25860 AExx by a similar one.

Remove Service Light Unit

To remove the service light unit: 1. Open the front door(s) of the MBO Evolution. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Locate the service light in the MBO1E compartment. The service light is mounted inside MBO1E compartment above the door opening. 3. Switch OFF the power switch on the service light unit. 4. Switch OFF the F1 breaker on power distribution unit. 5. Loosen the retaining screw of the power distribution unit cover. 6. Remove the power distribution unit cover. 7. Disconnect the service light power cable. 8. Detach the service light unit.

Insert Service Light Unit

To insert the new Service Light unit: 1. Replace the appropriate unit with a new one. 2. Connect the service light power cable to the power distribution unit. 3. Fit the power distribution unit cover. 4. Tighten the screw to fix the power distribution unit cover. 5. Switch ON the F1 breaker on power distribution unit. 6. Switch ON the service light switch and check that the new lamp illuminates. 7. Switch OFF the service light switch before leaving. 8. Close the front door(s) of the MBO Evolution.

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3.52.2 Replace Service Light Lamp in MBO Cabinets


The service light RIT part number is 3BK 25860 xxxx for the AC variant and 3BK 26620 xxxx for the DC variant. Tools and Materials You must have: A medium crosshead screwdriver A medium flathead screwdriver. Impact on System None.

Remove Service Light Lamp

To remove the service light lamp: 1. Open the front door(s) of the MBO. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Locate the service light in the appropriate compartment. A service light is mounted inside each compartment above the door opening. 3. Switch OFF the power switch on the service light unit. 4. Loosen the retaining screw of the service light cover on the side where the light power cable comes in. 5. Disconnect the service light power cable. 6. Loosen the two retaining screws of the service light and remove the service light. 7. Loosen the retaining screw of the service light transparent cover in the middle of the service light. 8. Squeeze the two sides of the lamp transparent cover together gently and pull off the cover by turning it sideways.

Insert Service Light Lamp

To insert the new Service Light Lamp: 1. Replace the appropriate lamp with a new one. 2. Replace the service lamp transparent cover. 3. Tighten the cover retaining screw. 4. Replace the service light in the cabinet and tighten the two retaining screws. 5. Replace the power cover and tighten its retaining screw. 6. Reconnect the service light power cable. 7. Switch ON the service light switch and check that the new lamp illuminates. 8. Close the front door(s) of the MBO/MBO Evolution.

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3.52.3 Replace Service Light Lamp in other Cabinets


The service light RIT part number is 3DM 10275 NOMO. Tools and Materials None. Impact on System None.

Procedure

To replace the service light lamp: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS or external outdoor battery cabinet. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Locate the service light in the appropriate compartment. A service light is mounted inside each compartment above the door opening. 3. Switch OFF the power switch on the service light unit. 4. Squeeze the two sides of the lamp holder cover together gently and pull off the cover. 5. Replace the appropriate lamp with a new one. 6. Replace the lamp holder cover. 7. Switch ON the service light switch and check that the new lamp illuminates. 8. Close the front door(s) of the cabinet.

3.53 Replace/Test 9100 BTS Smoke Detector


The smoke detector RIT part number is ES 1362 S51 or 3BK 27274 AAxx. Tools and Materials You must have: Esser Smoke Detector Test Equipment, Type 769870 An Esser Test Aerosol, Type 769070 (for testing) An Esser Smoke Detector (for replacement). Impact on System None. 3.53.1 below. To replace the 9100 BTS smoke detector, go to: Replace Smoke Detector Version 3BK 27274 AAAA (Section 3.53.1.1) for smoke detector version 3BK 27274 AAAA Replace Smoke Detector Version 3BK 27274 AAAB (Section 3.53.1.2) for smoke detector version 3BK 27274 AAAB. To test the smoke detector, go to Test 9100 BTS Smoke Detector (Section 3.53.2).

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3.53.1 Replace 9100 BTS Smoke Detector


3.53.1.1 Replace Smoke Detector Version 3BK 27274 AAAA Procedure
To replace the smoke detector: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS or the external outdoor battery cabinet. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Twist the smoke detector counter-clockwise and withdraw it downwards. The smoke detector is located inside the roof of the BTS compartment 1 (COMI/COME/CODI/CODE/CPT2) and the MBO1 or on the upper right side wall of the external outdoor battery cabinet. 3. Insert the replacement smoke detector and twist it clockwise and then perform the procedure described in 3.53.2 to test it.

3.53.1.2 Replace Smoke Detector Version 3BK 27274 AAAB Procedure


To replace the smoke detector: 1. Open the front door(s) of the MBO1E. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Open the smoke detector cover. The smoke detector is located on the upper right side wall of MBO1 cabinet. 3. Identify the connection terminal. 4. Write down the position of each cable on the connection terminal. 5. Disconnect the cables from the connection terminal. 6. Loosen the screws used for smoke detector fixation then remove the smoke detector. 7. Replace the smoke detector by a new one and fix it with the screws. 8. Connect the cables to the connection terminal as noticed in step 4. 9. Close the smoke detector cover then perform the procedure described in 3.53.2 to test it.

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3.53.2 Test 9100 BTS Smoke Detector


Procedure
To test the smoke detector: 1. If necessary, open the front door(s) of the BTS or external outdoor battery cabinet. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Direct the nozzle of the test aerosol towards the smoke detector and press the nozzle for three seconds. The smoke detector is located inside the roof of the BTS compartment 1 (COMI/COME/CODI/CODE/CPT2) and the MBO1 or on the upper right side wall of the external outdoor battery cabinet. 3. If the red LED on the detector illuminates within a period of 15 seconds, go directly to Step 5. If the LED fails to illuminate after 15 seconds, repeat Step 2 and then go to Step 4. 4. If the red LED illuminates within a period of 15 seconds, go directly to Step 5. If the LED still fails to illuminate, replace the smoke detector according to the procedure in 3.53.1 and then restart this test procedure. If the LED fails to illuminate once more, an electrical fault is indicated. Report the fault to the next level of support. 5. Close the front door(s) of the cabinet.

3.54 Replace SUMP, SUMA, SUMX


Use this procedure to replace faulty SUMx modules by similar ones. To replace SUMx modules by new ones with different capabilities, refer to the document Upgrade 9100 BTS with AN/SUM/TRE Evolution Modules, reference 3BK 17430 0803 RJZZA. There are three Station Unit Modules: The SUMP RIT part number is 3BK 07224 AA or AC The SUMA RIT part number is 3BK 08925 AA or 3BK 08925 DA (inclusive GPS receiver) The SUMX RIT part number is 3BK 27656 CA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). To replace a SUMP, SUMA or SUMX RIT, you: Shut down the BTS Replace the RIT Reconnect the cables and update settings

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Restart the BTS.

Shut Down BTS

Shut down the BTS as follows: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX in the STASR. 3. Using the BTS NEM, display the following information and write it down for use later in the procedure: All SBL states All outstanding alarms SUMP/SUMA/SUMX Q1 address. 4. Using the BTS NEM, upload the BTS transmission settings file UT_TR_CLK_33 from the BTS. 5. Use the BTS NEM to disable the BTS_TELx SBLs for each cell (x = 1 to 6 sectors, as applicable). Enter a WTC = 3 minutes for each cell to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Note: To perform this action Monitor BTS_TEL & BTS_OM must be selected. Ensure that all the BTS_TELx SBLs for each cell are OPR before continuing to the next step. 6. Use the BTS NEM to disable the RAx SBLs for each cell (x = 1 to 6 sectors, as applicable). Ensure that all the RAx SBLs for each cell are OPR before replacing the SUMP, SUMA or SUMX.

Replace SUMP/SUMA/SUMX

To replace a SUMP/SUMA/SUMX RIT: 1. Disconnect the Abis cable on the front panel of the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX and then the BTS Connection Area flat cable and the BTS NEM cable. 2. If the SUMA/SUMX contains a GPS receiver, disconnect the GPS cable on the front panel of the SUMA/SUMX. 3. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 4. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the SUMP/SUMA. 5. Carefully disengage the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. In case of SUMX replacement, if the SUMX has a GPS receiver installed, remove the module from the faulty board and install it on the new board. Refer to Replace GPS Receiver (Section 3.30) for details about GPS receiver replacement. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX. 6. Push the replacement SUMP/SUMA/SUMX fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned.

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7. Tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX. 8. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap.

Reconnect Cables/Update Settings

Now you reconnect the cables and update the settings as follows: 1. Reconnect the BTS NEM cable to the MMI port on the front panel of the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX. Do NOT reconnect the other cables to the front panel at this time. 2. Use the BTS NEM to set the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX Q1 address as noted in Step 3 of Shut Down BTS. 3. Using the BTS NEM, download to the BTS the transmission settings from the file uploaded earlier. 4. Reconnect the BTS Connection Area Flat cable to the front panel of the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX, and then the Abis cable. 5. If the SUMA/SUMX contains a GPS receiver, connect the GPS cable on the front panel of the SUMA. 6. Wait for the OMU LED on the front panel of the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX to start flashing (after 5 to 10 minutes), and then stop flashing (when the software has been downloaded).

Restart BTS

To restart the BTS: 1. If RA SBLs are not IT, use the BTS NEM to initialize the RAx SBLs for each cell (x = 1 to 6 sectors, as applicable). Ensure that all the RAx SBLs are IT before continuing to the next step. 2. Use the BTS NEM to initialize the BTS_TELx SBLs for each cell (x = 1 to 6 sectors, as applicable). Ensure that all the BTS_TELx SBLs for each cell are IT before continuing to the next step. 3. Using the BTS NEM, display the states of all the SBLs and all the outstanding alarms and ensure they are the same as those noted in Step 3 of Shut Down BTS. 4. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory on the new SUMP/SUMA/SUMX with the following information: Commissioning (installation) date Network identity Logical site name. 5. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 6. Close the front door of the BTS.

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3.55 Replace Tower Mounted Amplifier


The Tower Mounted Amplifier includes a masthead amplifier module (TMA), a BIAS T module and a Power Distribution Unit (PDU). The part number of the PDU is 3BK08456 AAAA (wall installation) or 3BK 08456 ABAA (19" adaptation). The part numbers of TMA are as follows. TMA GSM 900 GSM 1800 Part number 3BK 08451 AAAA 3BK 08497 AAAA 3BK 08497 BAAA 3BK 08497 CAAA 3BK 08497 DAAB GSM 1900 3BK 08498 AAAA 3BK 08498 BAAA Table 9: TMA Part Numbers Tools and Materials You must have: A set of Allen keys A wrench (M6) Insulating tape (1AC 01595 0001) and vinyl adhesive tape (1AC 01556 0001) for watertightness connections A small crosshead insulated screwdriver A small flathead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled).

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3.55.1 Replace TMA


In case the TMA with AGC support is used: If it is replaced by a similar type of TMA, the replacement can be done without any settings change If it is replaced by a TMA with different characteristics, the settings (gain and currents) have to be updated. Refer to Edit TMA Settings for details.

Remove TMA

To remove the TMA module: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 4. Locate the TMA to be replaced and its associated PDU. 5. Switch off the appropriate secondary TMA power at the PDU. 6. Remove the vinyl adhesive and insulating tapes on both RF connectors and disconnect both RF jumper cables at the TMA, carefully noting down their positions for reconnection. 7. Disconnect the ground cable, which is fixed at the ground rod of the TMA. 8. Secure the TMA, loosen the stainless steel attachment collar and remove the TMA.

Install TMA

To install the TMA module: 1. Disconnect the attachment collar from the old TMA and install it on the new one. 2. Put the new TMA and the attachment collar in their installation position, secure the TMA and tighten the attachment collar. 3. Reconnect the RF cables and the ground cable as noted earlier. Use the insulating tape first and then the vinyl adhesive tape to cover the RF connectors. 4. Switch on the appropriate secondary TMA power at the PDU. 5. Check that there are no red LEDs on the PDU. Otherwise press the corresponding reset button to turn off the LEDs. 6. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 7. Using the BTS NEM, initialize (unlock) BTS_TEL. Then check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 8. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 9. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.55.2 Replace Power Distribution Unit


Remove PDU
To remove the power distribution unit: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 4. Locate the PDU to be replaced and switch off the PDU (main power supply switch at PDU). For outdoor BTS, switch off the main power supply on the BTS bus bar. For indoor BTS, disconnect the power supply cable at the power supply side. 5. Loosen all ground braid collars. 6. Disconnect the following cables carefully noting their positions for reconnection: The main power supply cable All secondary power supply cables The alarm cable at the PDU. 7. Then disconnect the ground cable which is fixed at the ground rod of the PDU. 8. For wall installation, secure the PDU, loosen the fixing screws of the PDU and carefully remove it from the wall. 9. For 19" installation, loosen the fixing screws of the PDU and carefully withdraw the PDU from the slot.

Install PDU

To install the power distribution unit: 1. For wall installation, put the new PDU in its installation position, secure it and tighten the fixing screws. 2. For 19" installation, push the replacement PDU fully into the empty slot and tighten the fixing screws of the PDU. 3. Switch off the main power supply switch at the new PDU. 4. Reconnect the ground cable. 5. Reconnect: The alarm cable The main power supply cable All secondary power supply cables. to the PDU as noted earlier. Tighten all ground braid collars.

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6. To power on the PDU: For outdoor BTS, switch on the main power supply on the BTS bus bar For indoor BTS, reconnect the main power supply cable at the power supply side. 7. Switch on the PDU (main power supply switch on the PDU). 8. Check that there are no red LEDs on the PDU. Otherwise press the corresponding reset buttons to turn off the LEDs. 9. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number in the BTSRI remote inventory Additional Module field. 10. Using the BTS NEM, initialize (unlock) BTS_TEL. Then check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 11. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 12. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

3.56 Replace TRE Module


Use this procedure to replace faulty TRE modules by similar ones. To replace TRE modules by new ones with different capabilities, refer to the document Upgrade 9100 BTS with AN/SUM/TRE Evolution Modules, reference 3BK 17422 0803 RJZZA. The following table shows the TRE Module RIT part numbers. RIT TADH TADHE TAGH TAGHE TRAD TRADE TRAG TRAGE TRAL TRAP TRDH TRDM Description TRE Module - GSM 1800 - High Power TRE Module - GSM 1800 - High Power GMSK and 8-PSK TRE Module - GSM 900 - High Power TRE Module - GSM 900 - High Power GMSK and 8-PSK TRE Module - GSM 1800 - Medium Power TRE Module - GSM 1800 - Medium Power Enhanced 8-PSK Power TRE Module - GSM 900 - Medium Power TRE Module - GSM 900 - Medium Power Enhanced 8-PSK Power TRE Module - GSM 850 - Medium Power TRE Module - GSM 1900 - Medium Power TRE Module - GSM 1800 - High Power TRE Module - GSM 1800 - Medium Power Part Number 3BK 25373 AA 3BK 26527 AAAA 3BK 26154 3BK 26873 AAAA 3BK 08980 AA 3BK 26526 3BK 08967 AA 3BK 26525 3BK 25894 AA 3BK 25825 AA 3BK 07723 AA 3BK 07372 AA

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RIT TRGM

Description TRE Module - GSM 900 - Medium Power

Part Number 3BK 07206 AA 3BK 07206 AB

TRPM

TRE Module - GSM 1900 - Medium Power

3BK 08556 AA

Table 10: 9100 BTS TRE Module RIT Part Numbers

Due to high current value and high power level on TX output connector in case of TAGHE/TADHE, make sure that the TRE is disabled before handling it.

Thermal Restrictions In addition to replacing a faulty module by an identical one, a faulty non-EDGE TRE module can be replaced by an EDGE TRE module, i.e. TRxM by TRAx and TRDH by TADH. Before using EDGE TRE modules, check in the rack configurations shown in the 9100 BTS Hardware Description that your equipment, after replacement, does not exceed the possible thermal restrictions. This is especially important for the medium-power TRAP modules which have a power consumption and a thermal dissipation comparable to high-power GSM modules. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUMP/SUMA/SUMX. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. For tools to be used for RF cables tightening refer to Tools Catalogue, reference 3BK 20458 0001 RJZZA. The following table gives the torque values to be used when tightening RF cables. Connector Type N Table 11: Torque Values for RF Cables Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). Torque [Nm] 0.7-1.1

Remove TRE Module

To remove a TRE Module RIT: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR.

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3. If this is the last TRE of the sector, use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. If this is not the last TRE of the sector, go directly to the next step. 4. Using the BTS NEM, disable the TRE SBL. 5. Locate the faulty TRE in the appropriate TRE subrack, and switch off the power switch on the front panel. 6. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 7. Disconnect all the cables from the front panel of the TRE, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 8. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the TRE. 9. Loosen the M3 Torx screw on the front panel of the faulty RIT in the subrack, if equipped. 10. Carefully disengage the TRE from the backplane and fully withdraw it from the slot. Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the TRE.

Replace TRE Module

To replace a TRE Module RIT: 1. Push the replacement TRE fully into the empty slot ensuring that pins and sockets are correctly aligned. 2. Tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the TRE. 3. Tighten the M3 Torx screw on the front panel of the RIT in the subrack, if loosen for RIT removal. 4. Reconnect the cables to the front panel of the TRE. 5. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. 6. Switch ON the power switch on the front panel. 7. Using the BTS NEM, initialize the TRE SBL and then BTS_TEL, if it was disabled. 8. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic.

Update RI

To update the remote inventory: 1. At BTS NEM, select the Tree View. 2. In the Tree View select "Remote Inventory". 3. In the "Remote Inventory" window double click on the line for the replacement TRE. The "Modify Remote Inventory - TRE-xx" window opens. 4. In the "Manufacturing" pane, update the remote inventory with the following information: Network identity Logical site name Commissioning (installation) date.

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5. Select the Apply RI Changes option. 6. In the "Modify Remote Inventory - TRE-xx" window click on[ OK ] to save the changes. 7. Stop the BTS NEM. 8. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 9. Close the front door of the BTS.

3.57 Replace TGTx Module


Use this procedure to replace faulty TGTx modules by similar ones. To replace TRE modules by new ones with different capabilities, refer to the document Upgrade 9100 BTS with AN/SUM/TRE Evolution Modules, reference 3BK 17422 0803 RJZZA. The following table shows the TRE Module RIT part numbers. RIT TGT08 TGT09 TGT18 Description Twin TRE Module - GSM 850 - Medium Power Twin TRE Module - GSM 900 - Medium Power Twin TRE Module - GSM 1800 - Medium Power (35W) Twin TRE Module - GSM 1800 - Medium Power (45W) Table 12: 9100 BTS TRE Module RIT Part Numbers Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A Torx10 screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUMP/SUMA. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. For tools to be used for RF cables tightening refer to Tools Catalogue, reference 3BK 20458 0001 RJZZA. Part Number 3BK 28129 AAAA 3BK 27162 AAAA 3BK 27175 AAxx 3BK 27175 BAxx

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The following table gives the torque values to be used when tightening RF cables. Connector Type N Table 13: Torque Values for RF Cables Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). Torque [Nm] 0.7-1.1

Replace TGTx

To remove a faulty TGTx module: 1. Connect the BTS NEM to the SUM board in the BTS. 2. From the BTS NEM Online Mode menu, follow the menu path: Configuration -> Hardware Settings... -> Start HW Modification 3. If this is the last TGTx of the sector, use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. If this is not the last TGTx of the sector, go directly to the next step. 4. Dissable the TGTx. 5. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 6. Disconnect all the cables from the front panel of the TRE, carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 7. Loosen the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the TRE. 8. Loosen the M3 Torx screw on the front panel of the faulty RIT in the subrack, if equipped. 9. Unplug faulty TGTx module 10. From the Online Mode menu bar, select: Configuration -> Hardware Settings... -> Remove HW The "Remove Hardware" window is displayed. Only modules in the state SOS, FOS, or OPR are displayed. 11. Select the module to be removed. 12. Click on [ OK ]. The text pane on the bottom of the window displays: <module name> successfully removed. In the SBL Module States window, the module is removed. 13. Close the [ Remove Hardware ] window. 14. Insert the new TGTx module Backplane Damage Do not use excessive force when inserting the TGTx. 15. Tighten the quarter-turn Camloc fasteners on the front panel of the TGTx. 16. Tighten the M3 Torx screw on the front panel of the RIT in the subrack, if loosen for RIT removal.

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17. Re-connect all the cables from the front panel of the TRE, as noticed in step 6. 18. To inform the OMU of the HW Modification, from the Online Mode menu bar, select: Commands/Cmds -> End Modification of HW Config If Twin TREs are equipped the "TWIN TRE Mode Configuration" window opens. 19. Set the Twin TRE mode and click on [ Save ]. If the TGTx software is not available in the OMU, the OMU request the software from the BSC and start the download. This may take several minutes. 20. The BTS Monitoring window opens with the following dialog box:
"Please check configuration of BTS in Modules Monitoring Window. Do you accept this configuration and start HW audit now? If Yes wait for completion of HW audit to see final result! Yes/No"

21. Click on [ Yes ]. Wait for the Hardware and Alarm Audit at the OMC-R to finish or for or for HW-RESYNCH message in BTS NEM alarms window. This may take several minutes. 22. At BTS NEM, select the Tree View. 23. In the Tree View select "Remote Inventory". 24. In the "Remote Inventory" window double click on the line for the replacement TRE. The "Modify Remote Inventory - TRE-xx" window opens. 25. In the "Manufacturing" pane, update the remote inventory with the following information: Network identity Logical site name Commissioning (installation) date. 26. Select the Apply RI Changes option. 27. In the "Modify Remote Inventory - TRE-xx" window click on[ OK ] to save the changes. 28. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no remaining alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic. 29. Stop the BTS NEM. 30. Disconnect the BTS NEM.

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3.58 Replace/Test 9100 BTS Water Detection Float Switch


The water detection float switch RIT part number is 3DM 10274 NOMO. Tools and Materials You must have a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor. Impact on System None. To replace a water detection float switch, go to 3.58.1. To test a water detection float switch, go to 3.58.2.

3.58.1 Replace 9100 BTS Water Detection Float Switch


Procedure
To replace the water detection float switch: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Disconnect the cable of the float switch. The float switch is located at the rear of the bottom of BTS Compartment 1 or at the front/right of the MBO1 compartment. 3. Remove the fixing nut and the washers from the float switch and then remove it from the cabinet mounting hole. For an MBO1 compartment, remove the two fixing screws and the washers from the float switch and then remove it from the cabinet. 4. Insert the replacement float switch in the cabinet mounting hole. Twist the float switch housing around in the hole, until the freedom of movement of the float arm is vertically downwards from the horizontal. Then replace the washers and the fixing nut. For an MBO1 compartment, insert the replacement float switch in the cabinet. Then replace the washers and the fixing screws and tighten the screws. 5. Reconnect the float switch cable. 6. Perform the procedure in 3.58.2 to test the float switch.

3.58.2 Test 9100 BTS Water Detection Float Switch


Procedure
To test the water detection float switch: 1. If necessary, open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Lift the water detection float arm gently until it is horizontal and confirm that it falls back to its original position when released. The float switch is located at the rear of the bottom of BTS Compartment 1 or at the front/right of the MBO1 compartment. 3. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

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3.59 Replace XIOB in an Outdoor BTS


The XIOB RIT part number is 3BK 07184 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A medium crosshead screwdriver A TORX T10 screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System All telecommunications resources are lost when BTS_TEL is locked (disabled). To replace the XIOB, you: Remove and replace the RIT Update the remote inventory file

Remove XIOB

To replace an XIOB RIT: 1. Open the front door(s) of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Use the BTS NEM to disable BTS_TEL and BTS_OM SBL. Enter a WTC = 3 minutes to ensure an orderly shutdown of the BTS. Wait three minutes before continuing to the next step. 4. Using the BTS NEM, disable the EACB 1 SBL. 5. Connect the anti-static wrist strap. 6. Disconnect the power cable from the bottom of the XIOB. The XIOB is located behind the COAR on the right side of the Side Compartment, but is accessed through the left side of BTS Compartment 1. 7. A flat ribbon cable is connected to the back of the COAR through a slot in the XIOB. Loosen the retaining screws and remove the connector from the COAR. 8. Remove the five TORX screws securing the XIOB to the back of the COAR, and then remove the XIOB.

Replace XIOB

To replace an XIOB RIT: 1. Install the new XIOB and secure it to the back of the COAR with the TORX screws. 2. Reconnect the flat ribbon cable to the COAR through the slot in the XIOB and tighten the retaining screws. 3. Reconnect the power cable to the bottom of the XIOB. 4. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. 5. Using the BTS NEM, initialize the EACB 1 and BTS_OM SBLs and then BTS_TEL.

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6. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic.

Update RI

To update the remote inventory: 1. Using the BTS NEM, upload the XIOB remote inventory file UT_XIOB_BCB from the BTS. 2. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory file with the following information: Commissioning (current installation) date Network identity Logical site name. 3. Using the BTS NEM, download the remote inventory file to the XIOB in the BTS. 4. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 5. Close the front door(s) of the BTS.

3.60 Replace XIBM in an Indoor BTS


The XIBM RIT part number is 3BK 26012 AA. Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A TORX screwdriver A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None. To replace the XIBM, you Remove and replace the RIT Update the remote inventory file

Remove XIBM

To remove an XIBM RIT: 1. Open the front door of the BTS. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information). 2. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 3. Note down the following information by reading the BTS remote inventory file UT_XIOB_BCB: Network identity Logical site name. 4. Using the BTS NEM, disable the EACB 1 SBL. 5. Connect the anti-static wrist strap.

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6. Loosen the retaining screws and disconnect all front panel cables of the XIBM (left unit in the interconnection area), carefully noting their positions for reconnection. 7. Remove the four screws securing the XIBM to the interconnection area frame, and then carefully pull out the XIBM. Back Side Damage Be careful when pulling out the XIBM. There are two cables fixed on the back side. 8. Disconnect the flat ribbon cable at the back of the XIBM. 9. Disconnect the power cable from the back of the XIBM.

Install XIBM

To install a new XIBM RIT: 1. Take the new XIBM and reconnect the power cable to the back of the XIBM. 2. Reconnect the flat ribbon cable to the back of the XIBM. 3. Push the replacement XIBM carefully into the empty slot and tighten the retaining screws. 4. Reconnect the front panel cables of the XIBM as noted earlier and tighten the retaining screws. 5. Disconnect the anti-static wrist strap. 6. Using the BTS NEM, initialize the EACB 1. 7. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic.

Update RI

To update the remote inventory file: 1. Using the BTS NEM, upload the XIBM remote inventory file UT_XIOB_BCB from the BTS. 2. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory file with the help of the information noted earlier for the following data: Commissioning (current installation) date Network identity Logical site name. 3. Check [ Write back ]. 4. Using the BTS NEM, download the remote inventory file to the XIBM in the BTS. 5. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 6. Close the front door of the BTS.

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This chapter contains the procedures to replace the following RITs: Air Conditioner Unit Lightning Protection Service Light BU101 Batteries

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4.1 Replace Air-Conditioner Unit


Tools and Materials You must have: A small flathead screwdriver A Torx 20 screwdriver An insulated wrench (M5) A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the BTS NEM. Impact on System None. Heavy Equipment The air-conditioner weights 30 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when removing the air-conditioner. Do NOT remove the nuts that secure it to the door until it is properly supported.

4.1.1 Case of Cabinet Version 3BK 26004 AAAA


The air-conditioner RIT part number is 3BK 26145 AAAA, DANTHERM No.: 35284.

4.1.1.1 Remove the Faulty ACU Procedure


To replace an air-conditioner RIT: 1. Open the front door of the external outdoor battery cabinet. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information) 2. Switch OFF (down) the air-conditioner circuit breaker on the front panel of the AC distribution box. It is located at the left side wall of the external battery cabinet outdoor 3. Disconnect the AC power connector located at the left side of the AC distribution box 4. Disconnect the alarm cable from the terminal blocks carefully noting their position for re-connecting and disassemble the cable from cabinet. The terminal blocks are located at the lower right side wall 5. Remove the screws fixing the front cover of the ACU then remove the cover 6. Loosen, but do not remove the nuts securing the air-conditioner to the door 7. Support the air-conditioner and then remove the nuts and the air-conditioner from the door 8. Fit the front cover to the faulty ACU and fix it with the screws.

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4.1.1.2 Install the Replacement ACU


Gasket Damage While placing the replacement air-conditioner against the door in the next step, take care not to damage the gasket between air-conditioner and door.

Procedure

To install the replacement ACU: 1. Remove the screws fixing front cover of the replacement ACU then remove the cover 2. Place the replacement air-conditioner against the door and replace the fixing nuts. Support the air-conditioner until the nuts are fully tightened. 3. Fit the ACU front cover and fix it with the screws 4. Re-connect the AC power connector located at the left side of the AC distribution box 5. Re-connect the ACU alarm cable 6. Switch ON (up) the air-conditioner circuit breaker on the front panel of the AC distribution box 7. Open the front door(s) of the BTS (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information) 8. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR 9. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number into BTSRI remote inventory additional module field 10. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic 11. Disconnect the BTS NEM 12. Close the front doors of the BTS and of the external battery cabinet outdoor.

4.1.2 Case of Cabinet Version 3BK 26004 AAAB


The air-conditioner RIT part number is 3BK 26145 ABAA, KNURR No.: 01.998.312.0.

Procedure

To replace an air-conditioner RIT: 1. Open the front door of the external outdoor battery cabinet. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information) 2. Switch OFF (down) the air-conditioner circuit breaker on the front panel of the power distribution box. It is located at the left side wall of the external outdoor battery cabinet 3. Cut the cable ties fixing the alarm and power cables to the ACU 4. Disconnect the AC power connector located at the bottom of the ACU 5. Disconnect the ACU alarm cable located at the bottom of the ACU 6. Remove the nuts securing the air-conditioner to the door 7. Support the air-conditioner and then remove the nuts and the air-conditioner from the door

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Gasket Damage While placing the replacement air-conditioner against the door in the next step, take care not to damage the gasket between air-conditioner and door. 8. Place the replacement air-conditioner against the door and replace the fixing nuts. Support the air-conditioner until the nuts are fully tightened. 9. Re-connect the AC power supply cable to the AC connector at the bottom of ACU 10. Re-connect the ACU alarm cable to the connector at the bottom of ACU 11. Switch ON (up) the air-conditioner circuit breaker on the front panel of the power distribution box 12. Open the front door(s) of the BTS (Refer toOpen and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information) 13. Connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR 14. Using the BTS NEM, set the part number into BTSRI remote inventory additional module field 15. Using the BTS NEM, check that there are no outstanding alarms on the BTS, and that all SBLs are in traffic 16. Disconnect the BTS NEM 17. Close the front doors of the BTS and of the external battery cabinet outdoor.

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4.2 Replace Lightning Protection in External Outdoor Battery Cabinet


The RIT part numbers of the lightning protection modules are 1AB 10046 0005 (L-N) and 1AB 10046 0006 (N-PE). This procedure tells you how to replace the lightning protection module. This module is located in the AC distribution box at the left lower side wall. The module can be replaced without switching off the power. The top cover of the AC distribution box has a window which allows to check the lightning protection modules without removing the cover. Tools and Materials You must have a medium crosshead screwdriver. Impact on System None.

Procedure

To replace a Lightning Protection Module: 1. Open the front door of the external outdoor battery cabinet. (Refer toOpen and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) AC handling Be careful when handling AC circuits and components! 2. Detect the defective lightning protector (a red indication field indicates that the lightning detector has to be replaced) at the top cover of the power distribution box. 3. Unscrew the retaining screw(s) of the front cover. 4. Only for cabinet version 3BK 26004 AAAB disconnect the ground cable from the front cover. 5. Put the front cover aside. 6. Remove the defective lightning protector and insert a new one. 7. Only for cabinet version 3BK 26004 AAAB re-connect the ground cable to the front cover. 8. Replace the top cover of the power distribution box and tighten the retaining screw(s). 9. Close the front door of the external battery cabinet outdoor.

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4.3 Replace Service Light


The Service Light is STEGO SL25 part number is Art.No.: 02520.0-00. Tools and Materials You must have: A Torx 20 screwdriver A medium crosshead screwdriver A medium flathead screwdriver. Impact on System None.

4.3.1 Case of Cabinet Version 3BK 26004 AAAA


Procedure
To replace a service light RIT: 1. Open the front door of the external outdoor battery cabinet. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) 2. Switch OFF (down) the service light circuit breaker on the front panel of the AC distribution box. It is located at the left side wall of the external outdoor battery cabinet. 3. Switch OFF the power switch on the service light unit 4. Loosen the retaining screw of the service light cover on the side where the light power cable comes in 5. Disconnect the service light power cable from the upper part of the AC distribution box 6. Loosen the two retaining screws of the service light and remove the service light 7. Loosen the retaining screw of the service light transparent cover in the midlle of the service light 8. Squeeze the two sides of the lamp transparent cover together gently and pull off the cover by turning it sidewards.

Insert Service Light Lamp

To insert the new Service Light Lamp: 1. Replace the appropriate lamp with a new one 2. Replace the service lamp transparent cover 3. Tighten the cover retaining screw 4. Replace the service light in the cabinet and tighten the two retaining screws 5. Replace the power cover and tighten its retaining screw 6. Reconnect the service light power cable 7. Switch ON the service light switch and check that the new lamp illuminates 8. If the service light is ok switch it OFF 9. Close the front door of the external battery cabinet outdoor.

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4.3.2 Case of Cabinet Version 3BK 26004 AAAB


Procedure
To replace a service light RIT: 1. Open the front door of the external outdoor battery cabinet. (Refer to Open and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) 2. Switch OFF (down) the service light circuit breaker on the front panel of the power distribution box. It is located at the left side wall of the external battery cabinet outdoor. 3. Switch OFF the power switch on the service light unit 4. Remove the retaining screw of the service light cover on the side where the light power cable comes in 5. Remove the screws fixing the power cable to the service light unit 6. Disconnect the service light power cable from the service light unit. Write down the cables position. 7. Remove the two retaining screws of the service light and remove the service light unit.

Insert Service Light Lamp

To insert the new Service Light Lamp: 1. Replace the appropriate lamp with a new one 2. Replace the service light in the cabinet and tighten the two retaining screws 3. Reconnect the power cables to the service light in the same position as for the replaced unit 4. Fix the power cable to the service light unit 5. Replace the service light cover and tighten its retaining screw 6. Switch ON the service light switch and check that the new lamp illuminates 7. If the service light is ok switch it OFF 8. Close the front door of the external battery cabinet outdoor.

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4.4 Replace BU101 in External Battery Cabinets


The BU101 RIT part number is 3BK 25854 AA. The BU101 battery unit consists of four serially-connected 12 V sealed lead-acid batteries. Short-Circuiting Batteries Short-circuiting of battery terminals can cause injury to personnel and damage to equipment. Be careful when handling batteries. The batteries are connected as shown in the following figure.
To BUS Bar via Circuit Breaker To BUS Bar Temperature Sensor Cable (to RIBAT)

Battery

Battery

Battery

Battery

Front View

Jumper

Exhausting Hoses

Top View

Figure 40: BU101 Battery Unit and Terminal Connections in External Battery Cabinets A temperature sensor is connected to the positive (+) battery terminal. Each battery unit can be fitted with exhausting hoses which expel the gasses produced during battery charging to the external environment. Once a year, it is recommended to inspect the batteries for corrosion and damage and measure the battery voltage and temperature.

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Tools and Materials You must have: A torque wrench with an M6/M8 adaptor An insulated wrench (M8) A BTS NEM and an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to connect it to the MMI port. The MMI port is located on the front panel of the SUM. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for information on how to use the terminal. Impact on System If the External Battery Cabinet contains only one battery backup unit or all battery units are connected in parallel using a common circuit breaker and if there is a mains power failure during the replacement procedure, the BTS is powered down and all telecommunications resources are lost.

Remove the Batteries

To remove a BU101 battery unit: 1. Open the front door of the External Battery Cabinet. (Refer toOpen and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) 2. Follow the instructions on the warning labels on the front of the BU101 while carrying out the rest of this procedure. 3. Switch OFF (down) the battery circuit breaker of the battery unit to be replaced. In indoor battery cabinet the individual circuit breaker for each battery unit is positioned on lefthand side of the battery unit. If all battery units are connected in parallel, individual circuit breakers are out of service. Then the common circuit breaker has to be used which is positioned in the connection area above the battery units. In outdoor battery cabinet the individual circuit breaker is positioned on the DC breaker box above the battery units. 4. Loosen the retaining screws of the battery cover plate in front of each battery unit and remove the cover plate. 5. Remove exhausting hoses (if available) from exhausting nipple on top of each battery block. 6. Pull off the cap on the negative (-) terminal on the left battery block, remove the M6 nut and then disconnect the battery cable. 7. Pull off the cap on the positive (+) terminal on the right battery block, remove the M6 nut and then disconnect the temperature sensor cable and the battery cable. 8. Pull off the other six caps on the remaining battery terminals, and remove the six M8 screws. 9. Remove the jumpers linking the four battery blocks. Heavy Equipment Each battery block of the BU101 weighs 30 - 35 kg. Injury to personnel and damage to equipment may result if it is dropped or otherwise mishandled. Be careful when moving or lifting the BU101. 10. Loosen the retaining nuts of the fixing straps securing the BU101 to the battery compartment, remove the fixing straps and then remove the individual battery blocks from the compartment.

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Install the Batteries

To install a BU101 battery unit: 1. Inspect the batteries and terminals of the replacement BU101 for corrosion or cracks. 2. Place two self-adhesive spacers on the top of the left side wall of the inner battery blocks and on the battery block to be placed to the right. 3. Install the charged replacement batteries in the battery compartment and secure using the fixing straps. 4. Replace the cover plate of the battery unit and tighten the retaining screws. 5. Replace the three jumpers linking the four batteries, as shown in Figure BU101 Battery Unit and Terminal Connections in External Battery Cabinets (40). 6. Replace the six M8 screws on the three jumpers and tighten each nut to a torque of 5 Nm using a torque wrench with an M8 adaptor. 7. Replace the terminal caps on the six M8 screws. 8. Re-connect the battery cable removed in Step 6 (Remove the Batteries) to the negative (-) terminal on the left battery, and replace the M6 nut. 9. Using a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor, tighten the nut to a torque of 5 Nm and then replace the terminal cap. 10. Re-connect first the battery cable and then the temperature cable removed in Step 7 (Remove the Batteries) to the positive (+) terminal on the right battery, and replace the M6 nut. 11. Using a torque wrench with an M6 adaptor, tighten the nut to a torque of 5 Nm and then replace the terminal cap. 12. Re-connect the exhausting hoses (if available) to the nipple on top of each battery. 13. Switch ON (up) the corresponding battery circuit breaker. 14. Open the front door of the corresponding BTS. (Refer toOpen and Close 9100 BTS Cabinets (Section 3.1) for more information.) and connect the BTS NEM to the MMI port on the SUM in the STASR. 15. Using the BTS NEM, update the remote inventory of the RIBAT with following information: Serial number of BU101 Commissioning (current installation) date. 16. Disconnect the BTS NEM. 17. Close the front door(s) of the BTS and the External Battery Cabinet.

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5 BTS OMU Software


This chapter tells you how to reload the OMU software in a BTS. It contains a procedure for reloading the software via a BTS, BSC or OMC-R terminal.

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5.1 Before You Start


Read this section before starting the procedures in this chapter. Prerequisites You must have read Safety Rules and Precautions (Section 1) before performing any reloading procedures. Tools and Materials You must have one of the following: A BTS NEM connected via an RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable to the MMI port on the: SUM in the 9100 BTS cabinet COBO in the 9110 Micro BTS/9110-E Micro BTS cabinet. Refer to the BTS NEM User Guide for more information. A BSC terminal connected to the BSC via one of the following: An RS-232 asynchronous communication link cable An X.25 synchronous communication link cable. Refer to the BSC Terminal User Guide for more information. Access to an operator at the OMC-R. Impact on System Note the following impact on the system: The BTS is still available during the reset and subsequent reload of OMU software. Although the OMU is not available, calls can be set up and cleared in normal operating conditions There is no significant difference in system behavior between the four different ways of performing the reload action. The OMC-R is informed of the BTS state changes. Restrictions None.

5.2 Use a BTS, BSC or OMC-R Terminal


To reload the OMU software using a BTS, BSC or OMC-R terminal, refer to the following documents: BTS NEM User Guide BSC Terminal User Guide.

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