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Intended Audience
This document describes the hardware of the MA5616 in terms of chassis, board, cable, and electromechanical device. This document provides information about the appearance, functions, working principles, and parameters for the components of the MA5616 chassis. This document is intended for: l l l l l l Network planning engineer Hardware installation engineer Installation and commissioning engineer Field maintenance engineer Data configuration engineer System maintenance engineer

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Update History
Updates between document issues are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document issue contains all updates made in previous issues.

Updates in Issue 02 (2012-03-20)


Based on product version V800R310C00 issue 01 (2011-11-28), the document is updated as follows: The following information is modified: l l 1 Chassis 2.7 Optical Module

Updates in Issue 01 (2011-10-28)


Based on product version V800R309C00 issue 02 (2011-07-08), the document is updated as follows: The following information is added: l l l l l l 2.3.9 H83BVDLE Board 2.6.4 H831PAIC Board 1.2 Configuration 1.8 Specifications 2.1 Board Classification and Corresponding Slots 2.3.1 Differences Between VDSL2 Service Boards

The following information is modified:

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Contents
About This Document.....................................................................................................................ii 1 Chassis.............................................................................................................................................1
1.1 Appearance and Structure...................................................................................................................................2 1.2 Configuration......................................................................................................................................................3 1.3 ESD Jack.............................................................................................................................................................4 1.4 Grounding...........................................................................................................................................................4 1.5 Power Distribution Principle..............................................................................................................................5 1.6 Working Principles.............................................................................................................................................6 1.7 Heat Dissipation.................................................................................................................................................7 1.8 Specifications....................................................................................................................................................10

2 Board..............................................................................................................................................14
2.1 Board Classification and Corresponding Slots.................................................................................................15 2.2 Control Board...................................................................................................................................................16 2.2.1 Differences Between Control Boards......................................................................................................16 2.2.2 H831CCUB Board...................................................................................................................................17 2.2.3 H831CCUC Board...................................................................................................................................25 2.3 Broadband Service Board.................................................................................................................................32 2.3.1 Differences Between VDSL2 Service Boards.........................................................................................32 2.3.2 H831EIUD Board....................................................................................................................................33 2.3.3 H831EIUA Board....................................................................................................................................36 2.3.4 H835ADLE Board...................................................................................................................................39 2.3.5 H835VDGE Board..................................................................................................................................43 2.3.6 H835VDSE Board...................................................................................................................................47 2.3.7 H835VDSH Board...................................................................................................................................51 2.3.8 H835VDTH Board..................................................................................................................................55 2.3.9 H83BVDLE Board..................................................................................................................................59 2.3.10 H83BVDMM Board..............................................................................................................................63 2.3.11 H832SHLH Board.................................................................................................................................67 2.4 Narrowband Service Board..............................................................................................................................72 2.4.1 H838ASRB Board...................................................................................................................................72 2.4.2 H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB Board............................................................................................76 2.4.3 H832DSLD Board...................................................................................................................................80 Issue 02 (2012-03-20) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. iv

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2.5 Broadband and Narrowband Combo Service Board........................................................................................85 2.5.1 H835CALE Board...................................................................................................................................85 2.6 Power Board.....................................................................................................................................................91 2.6.1 H831PDIA Board....................................................................................................................................91 2.6.2 H832PDIA Board....................................................................................................................................94 2.6.3 H831PAIA Board....................................................................................................................................97 2.6.4 H831PAIC Board....................................................................................................................................99 2.6.5 H831PAIB Board..................................................................................................................................101 2.7 Optical Module...............................................................................................................................................106

3 Cable............................................................................................................................................111
3.1 DC Power Cable.............................................................................................................................................113 3.2 AC Power Cable.............................................................................................................................................115 3.3 Lead-acid Battery Power Cable......................................................................................................................116 3.4 Fe-lithium Battery Power Cable.....................................................................................................................118 3.5 PGND Cable...................................................................................................................................................120 3.6 Local Maintenance Serial Port Cable.............................................................................................................121 3.7 Local Maintenance and Environment Monitoring Combo Cable...................................................................123 3.8 Network Cable................................................................................................................................................125 3.9 Environment Monitoring Cable......................................................................................................................128 3.10 Clock Bridging Cable...................................................................................................................................130 3.11 32-Channel Subscriber Cable.......................................................................................................................132 3.12 Optical Fiber.................................................................................................................................................135

4 Electromechanical Device........................................................................................................138
4.1 EPS30-4815AF Power System.......................................................................................................................139 4.2 ESCM EMU...................................................................................................................................................143 4.3 PMIB01 Sensor Transfer Box........................................................................................................................148 4.4 12 AH Battery.................................................................................................................................................152 4.5 PBL 02A Fe-lithium Battery Module.............................................................................................................154

A Acronyms and Abbreviations................................................................................................157

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Chassis

The MA5616 chassis is a 2 U (1 U = 44.45 mm) small-capacity chassis. It can be installed in the 19-inch cabinet or rack. An MA5616 supports common and enhanced subracks. If an enhanced subrack is used, the control board, service boards, and software versions of the MA5616 V800R311 can be used to support the vectoring function. 1.1 Appearance and Structure The MA5616 chassis is 2 U high and houses six boards and a fan tray. Mounting ears are provided for installing the MA5616 chassis in a 19-inch cabinet or rack. 1.2 Configuration In the MA5616 chassis, slot 0 houses the control board, slots 1-4 service boards, and slot 5 power board. 1.3 ESD Jack This topic provides the position of the ESD jack of the MA5616 chassis. 1.4 Grounding The MA5616 chassis must be grounded properly so that the lightning can flow to the ground, which improves the capability of the chassis for resisting the electromagnetic interference. 1.5 Power Distribution Principle A DC or AC power board is configured in the MA5616 chassis to supply power to other boards through the backplane. 1.6 Working Principles The MA5616 supports GPON or GE upstream transmission by using its control board and provides broadband and narrowband access services by using different service boards. 1.7 Heat Dissipation The MA5616 chassis provides a fan tray that houses a fan monitoring board and fans for heat dissipation. 1.8 Specifications This topic provides the dimensions, weight, and typical power consumption of the MA5616 chassis.
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1.1 Appearance and Structure


The MA5616 chassis is 2 U high and houses six boards and a fan tray. Mounting ears are provided for installing the MA5616 chassis in a 19-inch cabinet or rack. Figure 1-1, Figure 1-2, and Figure 1-3 show the appearance and structure of the MA5616.
NOTE

The H831CCUB or H831CCUC control board can be configured in the MA5616 chassis. The following uses the MA5616 configured with the H831CCUC control board as an example.

Figure 1-1 Appearance and structure of the MA5616 (DC-powered)


Fan tray Control board Service board

Mounting ear

DC power board (H831PDIA)

DC power board (H832PDIA)

Figure 1-2 Appearance and structure of the MA5616 (AC-powered)


Fan tray Control board Service board

Mounting ear

AC power board (H831PAIA)

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The H831PAIC or H831PAIA AC power board can be configured in the MA5616 chassis. The two boards have the same appearance but different panel silkscreens. Figure 1-2 uses the MA5616 configured with the H831PAIA AC power board as an example.

Figure 1-3 Appearance and structure of the MA5616 (AC-powered with power backup)
Fan tray Control board Service board

Mounting ear

AC power board with power backup (H831PAIB)

1.2 Configuration
In the MA5616 chassis, slot 0 houses the control board, slots 1-4 service boards, and slot 5 power board. Figure 1-4 shows the layout of the MA5616 chassis. Figure 1-4 Layout of the MA5616 chassis

Table 1-1 lists the boards supported by the MA5616 chassis.

CAUTION
Different control boards for the MA5616 chassis support different service boards. For details, see "Board Classification and Corresponding Slots".

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Table 1-1 Board configuration in the MA5616 chassis Board Type Control board Service board Board Name H831CCUB, H831CCUC H831EIUD H831EIUA, H835ADLE, H835VDGE, H835VDSE, H835VDSH, H835VDTH,H83BVDLE, H83BVDMM, H832SHLH, H838ASRB,H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB, H835DSLD, H835CALE Power board H831PDIA, H832PDIA, H831PAIA, H831PAIC, H831PAIB 5 Slot 0 1-2 1-4

1.3 ESD Jack


This topic provides the position of the ESD jack of the MA5616 chassis. Wear an ESD wrist strap when installing the chassis. Insert one end of the ESD wrist strap into the ESD jack in the left of the chassis. Figure 1-5 shows the position of the ESD jack of the MA5616 chassis. Figure 1-5 Position of the ESD jack of the MA5616 chassis

1.4 Grounding
The MA5616 chassis must be grounded properly so that the lightning can flow to the ground, which improves the capability of the chassis for resisting the electromagnetic interference.

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CAUTION
l Ensure that the grounding cable is connected correctly so that the MA5616 chassis is protected against lightning and interference. The correct connection of the grounding cable is an important measure to ensure the human safety. l The ground resistance of the chassis is recommended to be smaller than 10 ohms. In addition, the national or local standards and specifications need to be referenced. Connect the ground point on the chassis shell or ground point on the mounting ears to the ground point of the cabinet by using a ground cable for grounding the MA5616 chassis. Figure 1-6 shows the ground points of the MA5616 chassis. Figure 1-6 Ground points of the MA5616 chassis

1.5 Power Distribution Principle


A DC or AC power board is configured in the MA5616 chassis to supply power to other boards through the backplane. Figure 1-7 illustrates the power distribution principle of the DC-powered MA5616 chassis.

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Figure 1-7 Power distribution principle of the MA5616 chassis (DC-powered by H831PDIA/ H832PDIA)

Figure 1-8 and Figure 1-9 illustrate the power distribution principle of the AC-powered MA5616 chassis. Figure 1-8 Power distribution principle of the MA5616 chassis (AC-powered by H831PAIA/ H831PAIC)
-48 V DC AC input AC power board (H831PAIA/ H831PAIC) +12 V DC +3.3 V DC BGND, GND Backplane -48 V DC +12 V DC +3.3 V DC BGND, GND Board

Figure 1-9 Power distribution principle of the MA5616 chassis (AC-powered with power backup by H831PAIB)

1.6 Working Principles


The MA5616 supports GPON or GE upstream transmission by using its control board and provides broadband and narrowband access services by using different service boards.
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Figure 1-10 illustrates the working principles of the MA5616 chassis. Figure 1-10 Working principles of the MA5616 chassis

The working principles of the MA5616 chassis are as follows: l l l The control board transmits services upstream and subtends device through subboards and manages service boards. The power board outputs DC power to the backplane and then the backplane transmits the power to the fan tray, service boards, and control board. The broadband or narrowband service board is connected to a user-side device by using a subscriber cable, and then the control board puts the user-side device through to the IP network. In this way, broadband or narrowband access service is provisioned to the userside device. The fan monitoring board monitors the fan tray and transmits the monitoring signal to the control board through the backplane.

1.7 Heat Dissipation


The MA5616 chassis provides a fan tray that houses a fan monitoring board and fans for heat dissipation.

Function
The fan tray of the MA5616 chassis provides the following functions: l Heat dissipation: The fan tray is located in the left part of the MA5616 chassis and blows air to dissipate heat for the chassis. The cool air flows into the chassis from the left and then flows out from the right of the chassis after passing the boards. Monitoring: A fan monitoring board is configured in the fan tray. The fan monitoring board checks whether the fans are functioning properly, provides a port for communicating with the control board, and periodically transmits the monitoring information to the control board.

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Speed adjustment: The fan tray automatically adjusts fan speed according to the temperatures detected by temperature sensors on all boards and the traffic volume on the voice service boards.

Ventilation
The fan tray, which is in the left part of the MA5616 chassis, houses fans to blow air for heat dissipation. The ventilation of the MA5616 chassis is as follows: Cool air enters the chassis from the left side, and then flows towards the right side, and finally exits from the right side. Figure 1-11 illustrates the ventilation of the MA5616 chassis. Figure 1-11 Ventilation of the MA5616 chassis

Appearance
The fan tray used by the MA5616 chassis houses two fans. Figure 1-12 shows the appearance of the fan tray. Figure 1-12 Appearance of the fan tray

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Indicator
Table 1-2 describes the FAN indicator on the fan tray of the MA5616 chassis. Table 1-2 FAN indicator on the fan tray Silk Screen FAN Description Steady green Steady red The fan tray functions properly. The fan tray is abnormal.

Fan Speed Adjustment Mode


Fans in the fan tray of the MA5616 chassis have the following modes: l l l Self-check mode: Fans start running at full speed when the device is powered on for the first time or is reset. After fans start up, the duty ratio of fans is initialized. Troubleshooting mode: Fans run at full speed and related alarms are reported when faults occur. Board-based fan speed adjustment mode: According to the temperatures detected by temperature sensors on all boards and the traffic volume on the voice service boards, fans automatically adjust their speed.

Figure 1-13 shows the status transfer of the fans after the fan tray starts up. Figure 1-13 Fan status transfer

Specifications
Table 1-3 lists the specifications of the fan tray of the MA5616 chassis.

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Table 1-3 Specifications of the fan tray Parameter Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight Maximum power consumption Specification 29 mm x 220 mm x 85.5 mm 0.5 kg 20 W (including the power consumption of two fans)

1.8 Specifications
This topic provides the dimensions, weight, and typical power consumption of the MA5616 chassis.

Dimensions
Table 1-4 lists the dimensions of the MA5616 chassis. Table 1-4 Dimensions of the MA5616 chassis Parameter Dimensions (excluding mounting ears) Dimensions (including mounting ears) Specification (W x D x H) 442 mm x 245 mm x 88.1 mm 482.6 mm x 245 mm x 88.1 mm

Weight
Table 1-5 lists the weight of the MA5616 chassis. Table 1-5 Weight of the MA5616 chassis Parameter Weight (empty chassis) Weight (chassis in full configuration) Specification 4.8 kg 9.1 kg

Power Consumption
Table 1-6 lists the power consumption of the MA5616 chassis (AC-powered, GPON upstream transmission) configured with the H831CCUB control board.

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Table 1-6 Power consumption of the MA5616 chassis (AC-powered, GPON upstream transmission) Typical Configuration Static Power Consumption 58.8 W 108 W 108 W 81.6 W 58.7 W 68.1 W 77.7 W Maximum Power Consumption 159.3 W 178 W 200 W 200 W 107.5 W 164.2 W 172.9 W

1 H831CCUB board (without the DSP daughter board) + 4 H835ADLE boards 1 H831CCUB board (without the DSP daughter board) + 4 H835VDGE boards 1 H831CCUB board (without the DSP daughter board) + 4 H835VDSE boards 1 H831CCUB board (without the DSP daughter board) + 4 H83BVDLE boards 1 H831CCUB board (with the DSP daughter board) + 2 H838ASPB boards 1 H831CCUB board (with the DSP daughter board) + 2 H835ADLE boards + 2 H838ASPB boards 1 H831CCUB board (with the DSP daughter board) + 4 H835CALE boards

NOTE

l When the MA5616 is DC-powered, the power consumption value equals the corresponding value in the preceding table minus 15 W. l Static power consumption: power consumption of a device when all its broadband ports are deactivated and voice ports are in the onhook state. l Maximum power consumption: power consumption of a device when all its broadband ports are activated and its maximum number of concurrent voice ports supported are in the offhook state. l When the MA5616 uses dual-GE upstream transmission, the power consumption value equals the corresponding value in the preceding table minus 1.6 W.

Table 1-7 lists the power consumption of the MA5616 chassis (AC-powered, GPON upstream transmission) configured with the H831CCUC control board. Table 1-7 Power consumption of the MA5616 chassis (AC-powered, GPON upstream transmission) Typical Configuration Static Power Consumption 51.8 W 101 W Maximum Power Consumption 149.3 W 168 W

1 H831CCUC board (without the DSP daughter board) + 4 H835ADLE boards 1 H831CCUC board (without the DSP daughter board) + 4 H835VDGE boards
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Static Power Consumption 101 W 71.2W 125W 51.7 W 61.1 W 70.7 W

Maximum Power Consumption 194.4 W 172.7W 254.1W 97.5 W 154.2 W 163 W

1 H831CCUC board (without the DSP daughter board) + 4 H835VDSE boards 1 H831CCUC board (without the DSP daughter board) + 4 H83BVDLE boards 1 H831CCUC board (without the DSP daughter board) + 4 H83BVDMM boards 1 H831CCUC board (with the DSP daughter board) + 2 H838ASPB boards 1 H831CCUC board (with the DSP daughter board) + 2 H835ADLE boards + 2 H838ASPB boards 1 H831CCUC board (with the DSP daughter board) + 4 H835CALE boards

NOTE

l When the MA5616 is DC-powered, the power consumption value equals the corresponding value in the preceding table minus 12 W. l Static power consumption: power consumption of a device when all its broadband ports are deactivated and voice ports are in the onhook state. l Maximum power consumption: power consumption of a device when all its broadband ports are activated and its maximum number of concurrent voice ports supported are in the offhook state. l When the MA5616 uses single GE upstream transmission, the power consumption value equals the corresponding value in the preceding table minus 0.6 W.

Power Supply
Table 1-8 lists the power supply parameters of the MA5616 chassis. Table 1-8 Power supply parameters of the MA5616 chassis Parameter Power supply mode Specification l DC power supply l AC power supply l AC power supply with power backup Working voltage range l DC power supply: -38.4 V DC to -72 V DC l AC power supply: 90 V AC to 264 V AC l AC power supply with power backup: AC power supply: 90 V AC to 264 V AC Power backup: -43.2 V DC to -52 V DC

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Parameter Maximum input current

Specification l DC power supply: 7.8 A l AC power supply: 6 A l AC power supply with power backup: AC power supply: 3 A Power backup: 5 A

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Board

This topic covers the types, functions, working principles, front panels, ports, daughter boards, pin assignments, and specifications of the boards used in the MA5616 chassis. 2.1 Board Classification and Corresponding Slots This topic describes the types, names, and slots of boards supported by the MA5616 chassis, and also describes the compatibility of the service boards with the control boards. 2.2 Control Board The control board converges upstream services and manages the device, and manages services for each interface module. 2.3 Broadband Service Board The broadband service board provides Ethernet and xDSL (ADSL2+/VDSL2/SHDSL) access services through its broadband ports. 2.4 Narrowband Service Board The narrowband service board provides narrowband (POTS/ISDN) access services through its narrowband ports. 2.5 Broadband and Narrowband Combo Service Board The broadband and narrowband combo service board provides broadband and narrowband access services to meet high-density user access requirements and reduce carriers' network construction and maintenance costs. 2.6 Power Board Connected to the external AC or DC power supply, the power board converts the voltage of such power supply into a proper voltage using its power module and powers the other boards in the chassis. 2.7 Optical Module This topic describes the types and specifications of pluggable optical modules supported by the MA5616.

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2.1 Board Classification and Corresponding Slots


This topic describes the types, names, and slots of boards supported by the MA5616 chassis, and also describes the compatibility of the service boards with the control boards. Table 2-1 lists the boards supported by the MA5616 chassis.
NOTE

In the table,"" indicates "supported" and "" indicates "not supported".

Table 2-1 Boards supported by the MA5616 chassis Board Type Board Name Compatibility with the Control Board H831CCUB Control board H831CCUB H831CCUC Broadband service board H831EIUD H831EIUA H835ADLE H835VDGE H835VDSE H835VDSH H835VDTH H83BVDLE H83BVDMM H832SHLH Narrowband service board H838ASRB H837/H838/ H839ASPB H832DSLD Broadband and narrowband combo board Power board H835CALE H831CCUC 1-2 1-4 0 Slot

H831PDIA H832PDIA

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Board Type

Board Name

Compatibility with the Control Board H831CCUB H831CCUC

Slot

H831PAIA H831PAIC H831PAIB

2.2 Control Board


The control board converges upstream services and manages the device, and manages services for each interface module.

2.2.1 Differences Between Control Boards


Control boards supported by the MA5616 chassis include H831CCUB and H831CCUC. Table 2-2 lists the differences between control boards. Table 2-2 Differences between control boards Parameter 1588v2 Time Synchronization Synchronous Clock Transmission Supported Daughter Board H831CCUB Upstream daughter board: l GP1A l GE1A DSP daughter board: l ADSA l ADSM Port on the Front Panel (on the Bottom Plate) l CONSOLE l ESC l ETH l ALARM l GE0 H831CCUC Upstream daughter board: l UP2A l UP2C DSP daughter board: l ADSA l ADSM l CON/ESC l ETH l CLK/TOD l ALARM l GE

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Upstream Port (on the Daughter Board)

When the GP1A daughter board is configured: l GE0 (SFP port) l PON (SFF port) When the GE1A daughter board is configured: l GE0 (SFP port) l GE1 (SFP port)

l 0 (SFP port) l 1 (SFP port)

NOTE

l Silk screens of ports are listed in Table 2-2. For details about the indications of these ports, see the topics of control boards. l Upstream ports on the H831CCUB control board have different directions from those on the H831CCUC control board. On the H831CCUB control board, cables connected to the upstream ports are led out in a slanting direction, but on the H831CCUC control board, cables are led out in a horizontal direction. l Different control boards for theMA5616 chassis support different service boards. For details, see "Board Classification and Corresponding Slots".

2.2.2 H831CCUB Board


H831CCUB is a centralized control unit board. It manages the broadband service boards, narrowband service boards, and various interface modules. Using different daughter boards, the H831CCUB board supports GPON or GE ports for transmitting services upstream or cascading equipment.

Overview
The H831CCUB board supports the following functions: l l Service upstream transmission or equipment cascading Upstream transmission by using the GP1A or GE1A upstream daughter board: One GPON port + one GE port (either optical or electrical) One GE port (optical) + one GE port (either optical or electrical)
NOTE

"either optical or electrical" indicates that the GE0 optical port provided by the daughter board or the GE0 electrical port on the front panel of the H831CCUB board can be selected, one port at a time.

l l l l

Voice daughter boards: ASDA and ASDM Local and remote maintenance Environmental monitoring parameters Alarming for digital parameters

Figure 2-1 shows the external connections of the H831CCUB board.

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Figure 2-1 External connections of the H831CCUB board

Working Principle
Figure 2-2 illustrates the working principle of the H831CCUB board. Figure 2-2 Working principle of the H831CCUB board

The basic working principle of the H831CCUB board is as follows: l l l l The interface module controls GE cascading and the GE optical ports of the upstream daughter board. The switch module converts the data of the upstream daughter board and downstream service boards. The control module controls and manages the upstream daughter board, downstream service boards, and logic function modules. The power module controls the power supply fed from the backplane and powers the upstream daughter board and other function modules of the H831CCUB board.
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The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the H831CCUB board.

Front Panel
Table 2-3 describes the front panel of the H831CCUB board holding the GP1A daughter board. Table 2-3 Front panel of the H831CCUB board (holding the GP1A daughter board)

RUN ALM: running status LED Green: blinks at 0.25s intervals Green: blinks at 1s intervals Red: always on The board starts up and is being loaded. The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

CCUB

RUN ALM GE0 RESET LINK ACT

PON LINK AUTH

CONSOLE GE0 ETH PON ESC ALARM GE0

LINK: link status LED (GE optical port and PON port) Green: always on Green: off The link functions properly. The link malfunctions.

ACT: data status LED (GE optical port) Green: blinks Green: off Data is being transmitted. No data is being transmitted.

AUTH: authentication LED (PON port) Green: blinks at 0.25s intervals Green: always on Green: off An authentication is being performed. An authentication is successful. No authentication is being performed.

CAUTION RESET: This button is used to manually reset the board. Resetting the board interrupts services. Therefore, exercise caution when using this button.

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Table 2-4 describes the front panel of the H831CCUB board holding the GE1A daughter board. Table 2-4 Front panel of the H831CCUB board (holding the GE1A daughter board)

RUN ALM: running status LED Green: blinks at 0.25s intervals Green: blinks at 1s intervals Red: always on The board starts up and is being loaded. The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

CCUB

GE0 RUN ALM

GE1

RESET

LINK ACT

CONSOLE GE0 ETH ESC ALARM GE0 GE1

LINK: link status LED (GE optical port) Green: always on The port is receiving downstream optical signals. The port does not receive any downstream optical signals.

Green: off

ACT: data status LED (GE optical port) Green: blinks Green: off Data is being transmitted. No data is being transmitted.

CAUTION RESET: This button is used to manually reset the board. Resetting the board interrupts services. Therefore, exercise caution when using this button.

Port
Table 2-5 describes the ports of the H831CCUB board holding the GP1A daughter board.

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Table 2-5 Ports of the H831CCUB board (holding the GP1A daughter board) Port CONSOLE (RS-232 serial port) Function Supports local and remote maintenance and allows users to configure the system on the command line interface (CLI) by using software such as HyperTerminal. The default baud rate is 9600 bit/s. 100M Base-T debug Ethernet port (FE port, 100 Mbit/s full-duplex adaptive). Reports the monitored environmental parameters to the device. Provides an environment monitoring channel for digital parameters. 1000M/100M/10M full-duplex, adaptive between upstream Ethernet port and cascading Ethernet port. GE upstream or cascading optical port, multiplexed with the GE0 (RJ45) port. Connection Use a local maintenance serial port cable to connect the CONSOLE port to the serial port of a maintenance terminal.

ETH (RJ45 port)

Use a network cable to connect the ETH port to the Ethernet port of a maintenance terminal. Use a network cable to connect the ESC port to an environment monitoring device. Use an environment monitoring cable to connect the ALARM port to a sensor. Use a network cable to connect the GE0 port to the Ethernet port of a Layer 2/ Layer 3 switch, router, or cascaded device. Use a GE optical module and an LC/PC optical fiber to connect the GE0 port to the optical port of an upstream or cascaded device. Use an SC/PC optical fiber to connect the PON port to the optical port of an upstream device.

ESC (RS-485 serial port)

ALARM (RJ45 port)

GE0 (RJ45 port)

GE0 (SFP port)

PON (SFF port)

GPON upstream optical port.

Table 2-6 describes the ports of the H831CCUB board holding the GE1A daughter board.

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Table 2-6 Ports of the H831CCUB board (holding the GE1A daughter board) Port CONSOLE (RS-232 serial port) Function Supports local and remote maintenance and allows users to configure the system on the CLI by using software such as HyperTerminal. The default baud rate is 9600 bit/s. 100M Base-T debug Ethernet port (FE port, 100 Mbit/s full-duplex adaptive) Reports the monitored environmental parameters to the device. Provides an environment monitoring channel for digital parameters. 1000M/100M/10M full-duplex, adaptive between upstream Ethernet port and cascading Ethernet port. Connection Use a local maintenance serial port cable to connect the CONSOLE port to the serial port of a maintenance terminal. Use a network cable to connect the ETH port to the Ethernet port of a maintenance terminal. Use a network cable to connect the ESC port to an environment monitoring device. Use an environment monitoring cable to connect the ALARM port to a sensor. Use a network cable to connect the GE0 port to the Ethernet port of a Layer 2/ Layer 3 switch, router, or cascaded device. Use a GE optical module and an LC/PC optical fiber to connect the GE0 port to the optical port of an upstream or cascaded device. Use a GE optical module and an LC/PC optical fiber to connect the GE1 port to the optical port of an upstream device.

ETH (RJ45 port)

ESC (RS-485 serial port)

ALARM (RJ45 port)

GE0 (RJ45 port)

GE0 (SFP port)

GE upstream or cascading optical port, multiplexed with the GE0 (RJ45) port.

GE1 (SFP port)

GE upstream port.

NOTE

l Different GE optical modules can be configured for different application scenarios. l For details about the parameters and matching cables of the optical modules, see "Optical Module".

Pin Assignments
Table 2-7 describes the pin assignments of the ALARM port on front panel of the H831CCUB board.
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Table 2-7 Pin assignments of the ALARM port Port Pin 1 2


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Signal MONITOR 0 RTN MONITOR 1 RTN MONITOR 2 RTN MONITOR 3 RTN

Default Setting -

3 4 5 6 7 8

Door

Arrester

Wiring

NOTE

l Default settings in Table 2-7 are recommended values. In practice, the ALARM port is connected to different types of digital sensors as required. l When the default setting of a pair of pins is different from the actual sensor corresponding to the pair of pins, the default setting needs to be changed using the CLI so that it is the same as the actual setting. l Each digital sensor corresponds to a pair of pins (negative power is supplied to the pins). When the pins are connected, the corresponding digital parameter is 0. When the pins are not connected, the corresponding digital parameter is 1.

Daughter Board
The H831CCUB board supports the following daughter boards: GP1A, GE1A, ASDA, and ASDM. Among them, GP1A or GE1A is installed in the position of 0, and ASDA or ASDM in the position of 1.
NOTE

l The GP1A, or GE1A daughter board is fixedly attached to the H831CCUB board and cannot be replaced. l A voice daughter board (ASDA or ASDM) is required only when the device has POTS service boards.

Figure 2-3 shows the positions of the daughter boards on the H831CCUB board.

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Figure 2-3 Positions of the daughter boards on the H831CCUB board

Table 2-8 describes the ports and functions provided by the daughter boards of the H831CCUB board. Table 2-8 Ports and functions provided by the daughter boards of the H831CCUB board Daughter Board GP1A GE1A Port One GPON port and one GE optical port Two GE optical ports Function Transmits services upstream or cascades equipment. GE0 transmits services upstream or cascades equipment, GE1 transmits services upstream equipment. Provides a built-in DSP chip which is used for processing voice frequency and converting digital signals into VoIP packets. Compared with the ASDA daughter board, the ASDM daughter board supports more powerful call capabilities.

ASDA/ASDM

Specifications
Table 2-9 lists the specifications of the H831CCUB board.

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Table 2-9 Specifications of the H831CCUB board Board H831CCUB Dimensions (W x D x H) 140 mm x 220 mm x 40.14 mm Maximum Power Consumption 20 W (including the power consumption of the upstream daughter board and the voice daughter board)

2.2.3 H831CCUC Board


H831CCUC is a centralized control unit board. It is used to manage the broadband service boards, narrowband service boards, and various interface modules. Using different daughter boards, the H831CCUC board supports GPON or GE adaptive ports for transmitting services upstream or cascading equipment.

Overview
The H831CCUC board supports the following functions: l l Service upstream transmission or equipment cascading Upstream transmission by using the UP2A or UP2C daughter board: Two GPON ports Two GE ports (either optical or electrical) One GPON port + one GE port (either optical or electrical)
NOTE

"either optical or electrical" indicates: l The port 0 and port 1 provided by the daughter board support either the GE optical module or electrical module and therefore can function as a GE optical or electrical port. l The port 0 provided by the daughter board or the GE electrical port on the front panel of the H831CCUC board can be selected, one port at a time.

l l l l l

Voice daughter board: ASDA or ASDM Local and remote maintenance Environmental monitoring parameters Alarming for digital parameters Transfer of synchronous clock signals

Figure 2-4 shows the external connections of the H831CCUC board.

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Figure 2-4 External connections of the H831CCUC board

Working Principle
Figure 2-5 illustrates the working principle of the H831CCUC board. Figure 2-5 Working principle of the H831CCUC board

The basic working principle of the H831CCUC board is as follows: l The control and service processing module manages other function modules of the board using its management interface, and also connects to the service boards using its service interface for service processing. The logic module controls clock source selection and board resetting.
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The upstream daughter board provides two SFP ports and supports GPON or GE adaptive ports for upstream transmission. The voice daughter board provides a built-in DSP chip, processes voice frequency, and converts digital signals into VoIP packets. The power module controls the power supply fed from the backplane and powers the upstream daughter board and other function modules of the H831CCUC board. The clock module provides unified clock signals for other function modules of the H831CCUC board.

Front Panel
Table 2-10 describes the front panel of the H831CCUC board. Table 2-10 Front panel of the H831CCUC board

RUN/ALM: running status indicator Green and blinking 0.25s on and 0.25s off Green and blinking 1s on and 1s off Steady red The board starts up and is being loaded. The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

CCUC

RUN/ALM SYNC 1 0

LINK AUTH/ACT

RESET CON/ESC ETH CLK/TOD ALARM GE

SYNC: synchronization status indicator Steady green Steady red The system is synchronized. The system is not synchronized.

CLASS1 LASERPRODUCT

LINK: link status indicator (GE optical port and PON port) Steady green The link functions properly and a connection is set up on the port. The link malfunctions and no connection is set up on the port.

Off

ACT: data status indicator (GE optical port)

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Blinking green Off

Data is being transmitted. No data is being transmitted.

AUTH: authentication indicator (PON port) Green and blinking 0.25s on and 0.25s off Steady green Off An authentication is being performed. An authentication is successful. No authentication is being performed.

CAUTION RESET: This button is used to manually reset the board. Resetting the board interrupts services. Therefore, exercise caution when using this button.

Port
The ports of the H831CCUC board are located on its front panel. Table 2-11 describes the ports of the H831CCUC board. Table 2-11 Ports of the H831CCUC board Port CON/ESC (RJ45 port) Function l When this port functions as a CON port: Supports local and remote maintenance and allows users to configure the system on the command line interface (CLI) by using software such as HyperTerminal. The default baud rate of the CON port is 9600 bit/s. l When this port functions as a ESC port: Reports the monitored environmental parameters to the device. Connection Use a local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable to connect a maintenance terminal and an environment monitoring device.

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Port ETH (RJ45 port)

Function 100M Base-T debug Ethernet port (FE port, 100 Mbit/s full-duplex adaptive). Transmits and receives clock/time pulse signals.

Connection Use a network cable to connect the ETH port to the Ethernet port of a maintenance terminal. Use a clock bridging cable to connect the CLK/ TOD port to a lower-layer clock device. Use an environment monitoring cable to connect the ALARM port to digital sensors. Use a network cable to connect the GE port to an upstream or cascaded device. l When this port functions as a GE port, use a cable to connect this port to the GE port of an upstream or cascaded device after installing the optical module. l When this port functions as a PON port, use a cable to connect this port to the PON port of an upstream device after installing the optical module.

CLK/TOD (RJ45 port)

ALARM (RJ45 port)

Provides an environment monitoring channel for digital parameters.

GE (RJ45 port)

1000M full-duplex, adaptive upstream or cascading Ethernet port. Either this port or port 0 (SFP) can be used. GPON or GE adaptive port, providing GE upstream transmission or cascading and GPON upstream transmission. When functioning as a GE port, either this port or GE (RJ45 port) can be used.

0 (SFP port)

1 (SFP port)

GPON or GE adaptive port, providing GE upstream transmission or cascading and GPON upstream transmission.

l When this port functions as a GE port, use a cable to connect this port to the GE port of an upstream or cascaded device after installing the optical module. l When this port functions as a PON port, use a cable to connect this port to the PON port of an upstream device after installing the optical module.

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l Different optical modules can be configured for different application scenarios. l For details about the parameters and matching cables of the optical modules, see "Optical Module".

Pin Assignments
Table 2-12 describes the pin assignments of the ALARM port on the H831CCUC board. Table 2-12 Pin assignments of the ALARM port Port Pin 1 2
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Signal RTN MONITOR 0 RTN MONITOR 1 RTN MONITOR 2 RTN MONITOR 3

Default Setting -

3 4 5 6 7 8

Door

Arrester

Wiring

NOTE

l Default settings in Table 2-12 are recommended values. In practice, the ALARM port is connected to different types of digital sensors as required. l When the default setting of a pair of pins is different from the actual sensor corresponding to the pair of pins, the default setting needs to be changed using the CLI so that it is the same as the actual setting. l Each digital sensor corresponds to a pair of pins. When the pins are connected, the corresponding digital parameter is 0. When the pins are not connected, the corresponding digital parameter is 1.

Daughter Board
The H831CCUC board supports the following daughter boards: UP2A, UP2C, ASDA, and ASDM. Among them, UP2A or UP2C is installed in the position of 0, and ASDA or ASDM in the position of 1.
NOTE

l The UP2A or UP2C upstream daughter board is fixedly attached to the H831CCUC board and cannot be replaced. l A voice daughter board (ASDA or ASDM) is required when the device supports narrowband services.

Figure 2-6 shows the positions of the daughter boards on the H831CCUC board.
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Figure 2-6 Positions of the daughter boards on the H831CCUC board

Table 2-13 describes the ports and functions provided by the daughter boards of the H831CCUC board. Table 2-13 Ports and functions provided by the daughter boards of the H831CCUC board Daughter Board UP2A UP2C ASDA/ ASDM Port Two adaptive optical ports Two adaptive optical ports Function Transmits broadband services upstream or cascades equipment. Transmits broadband services upstream or cascades equipment. Provides a built-in DSP chip, processes voice frequency, and converts digital signals into VoIP packets. ASDM supports better call capability than ASDA.

Specifications
Table 2-14 lists the specifications of the H831CCUC board. Table 2-14 Specifications of the H831CCUC board Board H831CCUC Dimensions (W x D x H) 140 mm x 220 mm x 40.14 mm Maximum Power Consumption 20 W (including the power consumption of the upstream daughter board and the voice daughter board)

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2.3 Broadband Service Board


The broadband service board provides Ethernet and xDSL (ADSL2+/VDSL2/SHDSL) access services through its broadband ports.

2.3.1 Differences Between VDSL2 Service Boards


By access user quantity, VDSL2 service boards supported by the MA5616 chassis can be classified into 16-channel VDSL2 service board, 24-channel VDSL2 service board, 32-channel VDSL2 service board, and 48-channel VDSL2 service board. These boards support VDSL2 over POTS/ISDN access services. The MA5616 chassis supports the following VDSL2 service boards. Table 2-15 lists their differences. Table 2-15 Differences between VDSL2 service boards Board H835VDGE Applicable Line 16-channel VDSL2 over POTS Port l LINE l PSTN Built-in Splitter (600-ohm impedance) VDSL2 Feature Supports 8a, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, 17a, and 30a spectrum profiles. Supports 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a spectrum profiles. Supports 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a spectrum profiles. Supports 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a spectrum profiles. Supports 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b and 17a spectrum profiles. Supports 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a spectrum profiles. MELT x

H835VDSE

24-channel VDSL2 over POTS

l LINE l PSTN

(600-ohm impedance)

H835VDSH

24-channel VDSL2 over POTS

xDSL

H835VDTH

24-channel VDSL2 over ISDN

xDSL

H83BVDLE

32-channel VDSL2 over POTS

l LINE l PSTN

(600-ohm impedance)

H83BVDMM

48-channel VDSL2 over POTS

l xDSL0 l xDSL1

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2.3.2 H831EIUD Board


H831EIUD is a point-to-point (P2P) Ethernet access board. It provides four channels of GE optical or electrical access services and four channels of FE optical access services to meet the P2P optical access requirements of enterprise users and individual VIP users.

Overview
The H831EIUD board supports the following functions: l l l l Four GE optical/electrical adaptive (combo) ports and four FE optical ports Synchronous Ethernet clock output Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation

Figure 2-7 shows the external connections of the H831EIUD board. Figure 2-7 External connections of the H831EIUD board

Working Principle
Figure 2-8 illustrates the working principle of the H831EIUD board.

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Figure 2-8 Working principle of the H831EIUD board

The basic working principle of the H831EIUD board is as follows: l l l l l l l The FE optical port provides access to FE optical services and also provides port protection. The GE optical port provides access to GE optical services and also provides port protection. The GE electrical port provides access to GE electrical services and also provides port protection. The PHY chip provides data service channels that are uniformly managed by the control board. The service processing module aggregates GE optical/electrical signals and FE optical signals and then transmits the aggregated signals to the control board for processing. The interface module isolates signals to meet the requirements for board hot swapping and provides information about board hardware management. The power module supplies power to other function modules of the H831EIUD board.

Front Panel
Table 2-16 describes the front panel of the H831EIUD board.

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Table 2-16 Front panel of the H831EIUD board


EIUD

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

RUN ALM

GE0 GE1 GE2 GE3 FE4 FE5 FE6 FE7

Off

Data/Link status indicator Green and blinking 1s on and 1s off The link functions properly, a connection is set up on the port, and data is being transmitted. The link functions properly and a connection is set up on the port, but no data is being transmitted. The link malfunctions and no connection is set up on the port.

Steady green

Off

Port
The ports of the H831EIUD board are located on its front panel. Table 2-17 describes the ports of the H831EIUD board.

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Table 2-17 Ports of the H831EIUD board Port GE0 to GE3 (optical/ electrical ports) Function Provide GE optical or electrical signals. Connection l Electrical port: Use a network cable to connect the port to a router or Layer 3 switch. l Optical port: Use an LC optical fiber to connect the port to a router or Layer 3 switch after installing the GE optical module. FE 4 to FE 7 (optical ports) Provide FE optical signals, but not support autonegotiation of rate or duplex mode. Use an LC optical fiber to connect the port to a router or Layer 3 switch after installing the FE optical module.

NOTE

l Different optical modules can be configured for different application scenarios. l For details about the parameters and matching cables of the optical modules, see "Optical Module".

Specifications
Table 2-18 lists the specifications of the H831EIUD board. Table 2-18 Specifications of the H831EIUD board Board H831EIUD Dimensions (W x D x H) 265 mm x 220 mm x 20.32 mm Maximum Power Consumption 13.46 W

2.3.3 H831EIUA Board


H831EIUA is a 16-channel Ethernet access board. It provides FE electrical access services to meet user requirements for high-speed Internet access service.

Overview
The H831EIUA board supports the following functions:. l l l 16 channels of FE access services Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation

Figure 2-9 shows the external connections of the H831EIUA board.

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Figure 2-9 External connections of the H831EIUA board

Working Principle
Figure 2-10 illustrates the working principle of the H831EIUA board. Figure 2-10 Working principle of the H831EIUA board

The basic working principle of the H831EIUA board is as follows: l l l l The FE port provides fast Ethernet access service and also provides port protection. The PHY chip provides data service channels for FE signals, which are uniformly managed by the control board. The interface module isolates signals to meet the requirements for board hot swapping and provides information about board hardware management. The power module supplies power to other function modules of the board.

Front Panel
Table 2-19 describes the front panel of the H831EIUA board.
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Table 2-19 Front panel of the H831EIUA board


EIUA
RUN ALM FE0 FE1 FE2 FE3 FE4 FE5 FE6 FE7 FE8 FE9 FE10 FE11 FE12 FE13 FE14 FE15

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Off The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

Data/Link status indicator Green and blinking 1s on and 1s off The link functions properly, a connection is set up on the port, and data is being transmitted. The link functions properly and a connection is set up on the port, but no data is being transmitted. The link malfunctions and no connection is set up on the port.

Steady green

Off

Port
The ports of the H831EIUA board are located on its front panel. Table 2-20 describes the ports of the H831EIUA board.

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Table 2-20 Ports of the H831EIUA board Port FE0-15 (100M Base-T service Ethernet port) Function Provide FE signals. Connection Use a network cable to connect the ports to residential users.

Specifications
Table 2-21 lists the specifications of the H831EIUA board. Table 2-21 Specifications of the H831EIUA board Board H831EIUA Dimensions (W x D x H) 265 mm x 220 mm x 20.32 mm Maximum Power Consumption 6.4 W

2.3.4 H835ADLE Board


H835ADLE is a 32-channel ADSL2+ service board. It has a built-in splitter with 600-ohm impedance and provides the ADSL2+ over POTS access service.

Overview
The H835ADLE board supports the following functions: l l l l 32 channels of ADSL2+ over POTS access services Annex A, Annex L and Annex M transmission modes Single ended loop testing (SELT) Board power-off for energy conservation

Figure 2-11 shows the external connections of the H835ADLE board. Figure 2-11 External connections of the H835ADLE board

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Working Principle
Figure 2-12 illustrates the working principle of the H835ADLE board. Figure 2-12 Working principle of the H835ADLE board

The basic working principle of the H835ADLE board is as follows: l l l l l The splitter module separates the ADSL2+ signals from the POTS signals. The interface module isolates signals to meet the requirements for board hot swapping and provides information about board hardware management. The control module controls the board software loading and board running, and manages the board. The power module powers other function modules of the board. The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the board.

Front Panel
Table 2-22 describes the front panel of the H835ADLE board.

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Table 2-22 Front panel of the H835ADLE board


ADLE
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

PSTN LINE

Port
The ports of the H835ADLE board are located on its front panel. Table 2-23 describes the ports of the H835ADLE board.

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Table 2-23 Ports of the H835ADLE board Port PSTN Function Transmits 32 channels of POTS signals separated by the built-in splitter of the H835ADLE board. Table 2-24 describes the pin assignments of the PSTN port. Supports 32 channels of POTS and ADSL2 + integrated signals. Table 2-24 describes the pin assignments of the port. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable to connect the port to the main distribution frame (MDF). Use a 32-channel subscriber cable to connect the port to the MDF.

LINE

Pin Assignments
Table 2-24 describes the pin assignments of the PSTN and LINE ports on the front panel of the H835ADLE board. Table 2-24 Pin assignments of the PSTN/LINE port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l 16 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 Signa l 24

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Specifications
Table 2-25 lists the specifications of the H835ADLE board. Table 2-25 Specifications of the H835ADLE board Board Dimensions (W x D x H) Maximum Power Consumption 33 W

H835ADLE

265 mm x 220 mm x 20.32 mm

2.3.5 H835VDGE Board


H835VDGE is a 16-channel VDSL2 service board. It has a built-in splitter with 600-ohm impedance and provides the VDSL2 over POTS access service.

Overview
The H835VDGE board supports the following functions: l l l l l 16 channels of VDSL2 over POTS access services 8a, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, 17a, and 30a spectrum profiles Single ended loop testing (SELT) Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation

Figure 2-13 shows the external connections of the H835VDGE board. Figure 2-13 External connections of the H835VDGE board

Working Principle
Figure 2-14 illustrates the working principle of the H835VDGE board.

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Figure 2-14 Working principle of the H835VDGE board

Backplane connector

POSPHY

Chipset module

Protection module

LINE

Splitter module Control module Clock module

PSTN

Clock signal

-48 V, +3.3 V

Power port

Power module

The basic working principle of the H835VDGE board is as follows: l l l The protection module protects and isolates the board from lightning strikes. The splitter module separates the VDSL2 signals from the POTS signals. The chipset module implements functions such as amplification, filtering, analog-to-digital (A/D) and digital-to-analog (D/A) conversion, coding/decoding, and encapsulation/ decapsulation for the signals. The control module decodes signals and monitors signals. The power module powers other function modules of the board. The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the board.

l l l

Front Panel
Table 2-26 describes the front panel of the H835VDGE board.

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Table 2-26 Front panel of the H835VDGE board


VDGE
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

PSTN LINE

Port
The ports of the H835VDGE board are located on its front panel. Table 2-27 describes the ports of the H835VDGE board.

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Table 2-27 Ports of the H835VDGE board Port PSTN Function Connection

Transmits 16 channels of POTS Use a 32-channel subscriber cable (ports signals separated by the built-in 0-15) to connect the port to the main splitter of the H835VDGE board. distribution frame (MDF). Table 2-28 describes the pin assignments of the port. Supports 16 channels of VDSL2 and POTS integrated signals. Table 2-28 describes the pin assignments of the port. Use a 32-channel subscriber cable (ports 0-15) to connect the port to the MDF.

LINE

Pin Assignments
Table 2-28 describes the pin assignments of the LINE and PSTN ports on the front panel of the H835VDGE board. Table 2-28 Pin assignments of the PSTN/LINE port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Signa l -

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Specifications
Table 2-29 lists the specifications of the H835VDGE board. Table 2-29 Specifications of the H835VDGE board Board H835VDGE Dimensions (W x D x H) 265 mm x 220 mm x 20.32 mm Maximum Power Consumption 29.7 W

2.3.6 H835VDSE Board


H835VDSE is a 24-channel VDSL2 service board. It has a built-in splitter with 600-ohm impedance and provides the VDSL2 over POTS access service.

Overview
The H835VDSE board supports the following functions: l l l l l 24 channels of VDSL2 over POTS access services 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a spectrum profiles Single ended loop testing (SELT) Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation

Figure 2-15 shows the external connections of the H835VDSE board. Figure 2-15 External connections of the H835VDSE board

Working Principle
Figure 2-16 illustrates the working principle of the H835VDSE board.

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Figure 2-16 Working principle of the H835VDSE board

Backplane connector

POSPHY

Chipset module

Protection module

LINE

Splitter module Control module Clock module

PSTN

Clock signal

-48 V, +3.3 V

Power port

Power module

The basic working principle of the H835VDSE board is as follows: l l The protection module protects and isolates the board from lightning strikes. The chipset module implements functions such as amplification, filtering, analog-to-digital (A/D) and digital-to-analog (D/A) conversion, coding/decoding, and encapsulation/ decapsulation for the signals. The splitter module separates the VDSL2 signals from the POTS signals. The control module decodes signals and monitors signals. The power module powers other function modules of the board. The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the board.

l l l l

Front Panel
Table 2-30 describes the front panel of the H835VDSE board.

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Table 2-30 Front panel of the H835VDSE board


VDSE
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

PSTN LINE

Port
The ports of the H835VDSE board are located on its front panel. Table 2-31 describes the ports of the H835VDSE board.

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Table 2-31 Ports of the H835VDSE board Port PSTN Function Transmits 24 channels of the POTS signals separated by the built-in splitter of the H835VDSE board.Table 2-32 describes the pin assignments of the port. Supports 24 channels of POTS and VDSL2 signals. Table 2-32 describes the pin assignments of the port. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable (ports 0-23) to connect the port to the main distribution frame (MDF).

LINE

Use a 32-channel subscriber cable (ports 0-23) to connect the port to the MDF.

Pin Assignments
Table 2-32 describes the pin assignments of the PSTN and LINE ports on the front panel of the H835VDSE board. Table 2-32 Pin assignments of the PSTN/LINE port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l 16 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Signa l -

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Specifications
Table 2-33 lists the specifications of the H835VDSE board. Table 2-33 Specifications of the H835VDSE board Board H835VDSE Dimensions (W x D x H) 265 mm x 220 mm x 20.32 mm Maximum Power Consumption 39.6 W

2.3.7 H835VDSH Board


H835VDSH is a 24-channel VDSL2 service board that provides the VDSL2 over POTS access service. It does not have a built-in splitter.

Overview
The H835VDSH board supports the following functions: l l l l l l 24-channel VDSL2 over POTS access service (working with a splitter) 24-channel VDSL2 access service 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a spectrum profiles Single ended loop testing (SELT) Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation

Figure 2-17 shows the external connections of the H835VDSH board. Figure 2-17 External connections of the H835VDSH board

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Working Principle
Figure 2-18 illustrates the working principle of the H835VDSH board. Figure 2-18 Working principle of the H835VDSH board

The basic working principle of the H835VDSH board is as follows: l l The protection module protects and isolates the board from lightning strikes. The chipset module implements functions such as amplification, filtering, analog-to-digital (A/D) and digital-to-analog (D/A) conversion, coding/decoding, and encapsulation/ decapsulation for the signals. The control module decodes signals and monitors signals. The power module powers other function modules of the board. The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the board.

l l l

Front Panel
Table 2-34 describes the front panel of the H835VDSH board.

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Table 2-34 Front panel of the H835VDSH board


VDSH
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

xDSL

Port
The port of the H835VDSH board is located on its front panel. Table 2-35 describes the port of the H835VDSH board.

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Table 2-35 Port of the H835VDSH board Port xDSL Function Transmits 24 channels of VDSL2 signals. Table 2-36 describes the pin assignments of the port. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable (ports 0-23) to connect the port to the MDF.

Pin Assignments
Table 2-36 describes the pin assignments of the xDSL port on the front panel of the H835VDSH board. Table 2-36 Pin assignments of the xDSL port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l 16 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Signa l -

Specifications
Table 2-37 lists the specifications of the H835VDSH board.

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Table 2-37 Specifications of the H835VDSH board Board H835VDSH Dimensions (W x D x H) 265 mm x 220 mm x 20.32 mm Maximum Power Consumption 39.6 W

2.3.8 H835VDTH Board


H835VDTH is a 24-channel VDSL2 service board that provides the VDSL2 over ISDN access service. It does not have a built-in splitter.

Overview
The H835VDTH board supports the following functions: l l l l l l 24-channel VDSL2 over ISDN access service (working with a splitter) 24-channel VDSL2 access service 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a spectrum profiles Single ended loop testing (SELT) Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation

Figure 2-19 shows the external connections of the H835VDTH board. Figure 2-19 External connections of the H835VDTH board

Working Principle
Figure 2-20 illustrates the working principle of the H835VDTH board.
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Figure 2-20 Working principle of the H835VDTH board

The basic working principle of the H835VDTH board is as follows: l l The protection module protects and isolates the board from lightning strikes. The chipset module implements functions such as amplification, filtering, analog-to-digital (A/D) and digital-to-analog (D/A) conversion, coding/decoding, and encapsulation/ decapsulation for the signals. The control module decodes signals and monitors signals. The power module powers other function modules of the board. The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the board.

l l l

Front Panel
Table 2-38 describes the front panel of the H835VDTH board.

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Table 2-38 Front panel of the H835VDTH board


VDTH
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

xDSL

Port
The port of the H835VDTH board is located on its front panel. Table 2-39 describes the port of the H835VDTH board.

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Table 2-39 Ports of the H835VDTH board Port xDSL Function Transmits 24 channels of VDSL2 signals. Table 2-40 describes the pin assignments of the port. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable (ports 0-23) to connect the port to the main distribution frame (MDF).

Pin Assignments
Table 2-40 describes the pin assignments of the xDSL port on the front panel of the H835VDTH board. Table 2-40 Pin assignments of the xDSL port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l 16 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Signa l -

Specifications
Table 2-41 lists the specifications of the H835VDTH board.

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Table 2-41 Specifications of the H835VDTH board Board H835VDTH Dimensions (W x D x H) 265 mm x 220 mm x 20.32 mm Maximum Power Consumption 39.6 W

2.3.9 H83BVDLE Board


H83BVDLE is a 32-channel VDSL2 service board. It has a built-in splitter with 600-ohm impedance and provides the VDSL2 over POTS access service.

Overview
The H83BVDLE board supports the following functions: l l l l l 32 channels of VDSL2 over POTS access services 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b and 17a spectrum profiles Single ended loop testing (SELT) Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation

Figure 2-21 shows the external connections of the H83BVDLE board. Figure 2-21 External connections of the H83BVDLE board
Backplane port bus H83BVDLE DC power -48 V, +3.3 V 32 x POTS PSTN device 32 x (VDSL2 over POTS)

Control board

VTU-R

Working Principle
Figure 2-22 illustrates the working principle of the H83BVDLE board.

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Figure 2-22 Working principle of the H83BVDLE board

Backplane connector

POSPHY

Chipset module

Protection module

LINE

Splitter module Control module Clock module

PSTN

Clock signal

-48 V, +3.3 V

Power port

Power module

The basic working principle of the H83BVDLE board is as follows: l l The protection module protects and isolates the board from lightning strikes. The chipset module implements functions such as amplification, filtering, analog-to-digital (A/D) and digital-to-analog (D/A) conversion, coding/decoding, and encapsulation/ decapsulation for the signals. The splitter module separates the VDSL2 signals from the POTS signals. The control module decodes signals and monitors signals and certain digital parameters. The power module powers other function modules of the board. The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the board.

l l l l

Front Panel
Table 2-42 describes the front panel of the H83BVDLE board.

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Table 2-42 Front panel of the H83BVDLE board

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

Port
The ports of the H83BVDLE board are located on its front panel. Table 2-43 describes the ports of the H83BVDLE board.

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Table 2-43 Ports of the H83BVDLE board Port PSTN Function Transmits 32 channels of the POTS signals separated by the built-in splitter of the H83BVDLE board.Table 2-44 describes the pin assignments of the port. Supports 32 channels of POTS and VDSL2 signals. Table 2-44 describes the pin assignments of the port. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable to connect the port to the main distribution frame (MDF).

LINE

Use a 32-channel subscriber cable to connect the port to the MDF.

Pin Assignments
Table 2-44 describes the pin assignments of the PSTN and LINE ports on the front panel of the H83BVDLE board. Table 2-44 Pin assignments of the PSTN/LINE port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Singa l 16 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 Singa l 24

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Pin 49

Signa l

Pin 33

Signa l

Port

Pin 17

Singa l

Pin 1

Singa l

Specifications
Table 2-45 lists the specifications of the H83BVDLE board. Table 2-45 Specifications of the H83BVDLE board Board H83BVDLE Dimensions (W x D x H) 265 mm x 220 mm x 20.32 mm Maximum Power Consumption 36.6 W

2.3.10 H83BVDMM Board


H83BVDMM is a 48-channel VDSL2 service board without a built-in splitter. It provides VDSL2 over POTS access service.

Overview
The H83BVDMM board supports the following functions: l l l l l l l l l Works with a splitter to provide 48 channels of VDSL2 over POTS access services. Provides 48 channels of VDSL2 access services. Supports 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a spectrum profiles. Compatible with ADSL/ADSL2+ and supports Annex A spectrum profiles. Supports upstream transmission using the POSPHY port at a rate of 800 Mbit/s. Supports single ended loop testing (SELT). Supports metallic loop test (MELT). Supports port protection. Supports board power-off for energy conservation.
NOTE

When AC power supply, the H83BVDMM board is only able to work with H831PAIC power board.

Figure 2-23 shows the external connections of the H83BVDMM board.

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Figure 2-23 External connections of the H83BVDMM board

Working Principle
Figure 2-24 illustrates the working principle of the H83BVDMM board. Figure 2-24 Working principle of the H83BVDMM board

The basic working principle of the H83BVDMM board is as follows: l l The protection module protects and isolates the board from lightning strikes. The chipset module implements functions such as amplification, filtering, analog-to-digital (A/D) and digital-to-analog (D/A) conversion, coding/decoding, and encapsulation/ decapsulation for the signals. The control module decodes signals and monitors signals and certain digital parameters. The switch module switches the POSPHY interface of the backplane to the GMII interface of the chipset module.
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The power module supplies power to other function modules of the board. The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the board.

Front Panel
Table 2-46 describes the front panel of the H83BVDMM board. Table 2-46 Front panel of the H83BVDMM board
VDMM
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

xDSL1 xDSL0

Port
Table 2-47 describes the ports of the H83BVDMM board.
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Table 2-47 Ports of the H83BVDMM board Port xDSL0 Function Provides 24 channels (channels 0-23) of VDSL2 signals. For details about the pin assignments, see Table 2-48. Provides 24 channels (channels 24-47) of VDSL2 signals. For details about the pin assignments, see Table 2-49. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable (ports 0-23) to connect the port to the main distribution frame (MDF). Use a 32-channel subscriber cable (ports 0-23) to connect the port to the MDF.

xDSL1

Pin Assignments
Table 2-48 describes the pin assignments of the xDSL0 port on the front panel of the H83BVDMM board. Table 2-48 Pin assignments of the xDSL0 port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l 16 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Signa l -

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Table 2-49 describes the pin assignments of the xDSL1 port on the front panel of the H83BVDMM board. Table 2-49 Pin assignments of the xDSL1 port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Signa l 39 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Signa l 31 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 Signa l 40 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Signa l -

Specifications
Table 2-50 lists the specifications of the H83BVDMM board. Table 2-50 Specifications of the H83BVDMM board Board H83BVDMM Dimensions (W x D x H) 20.32 mm x 220 mm x 265 mm Maximum Power Consumption 55.6 W

2.3.11 H832SHLH Board


H832SHLH is a 16-channel SHDSL service board that provides the SHDSL access service.
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Overview
The H832SHLH board supports the following functions: l l l l 16-channel SHDSL access services ATM SHDSL and EFM SHDSL access mode Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation

Figure 2-25 shows the external connections of the H832SHLH board. Figure 2-25 External connections of the H832SHLH board

Working Principle
Figure 2-26 illustrates the working principle of the H832SHLH board. Figure 2-26 Working principle of the H832SHLH board

The basic working principle of the H832SHLH board is as follows:


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l l

The protection module protects and isolates the board from lightning strikes. The chipset module implements functions such as amplification, filtering, analog-to-digital (A/D) and digital-to-analog (D/A) conversion, coding/decoding, and encapsulation/ decapsulation for the signals. The control module decodes signals and monitors signals. The power module powers other function modules of the board. The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the board.

l l l

Front Panel
Table 2-51 describes the front panel of the H832SHLH board.

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Table 2-51 Front panel of the H832SHLH board


SHLH
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

xDSL

Port
The port of the H832SHLH is located on its front panel. Table 2-52 describes the port of the H832SHLH board.

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Table 2-52 Port of the H832SHLH board Port xDSL Function Transmits 16 channels of SHDSL signals. Table 2-53 describes the pin assignments of the port. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable (ports 0-15) to connect the port to the main distribution frame (MDF).

Pin Assignments
Table 2-53 describes the pin assignments of the xDSL port on the front panel of the H832SHLH board. Table 2-53 Pin assignments of the xDSL port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Signa l -

Specifications
Table 2-54 lists the specifications of the H832SHLH board.
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Table 2-54 Specifications of the H832SHLH board Board H832SHLH Dimensions (W x D x H) 265 mm x 220 mm x 20.32 mm Maximum Power Consumption 13.4 W

2.4 Narrowband Service Board


The narrowband service board provides narrowband (POTS/ISDN) access services through its narrowband ports.

2.4.1 H838ASRB Board


H838ASRB is a 32-channel POTS service board and provides the POTS access service.

Overview
The H838ASRB board supports the following functions: l l l l l l l 32-channel POTS access service Polarity reversal for all 32 channels of POTS services Circuit test and loop line test Loop connectivity test Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation BORSCHT for the analog user circuit
NOTE

The indication of BORSCHT is as follows: l B: battery l O: overvoltage and overcurrent protection l R: ringing l S: supervision l C: codec l H: hybrid l T: test

Figure 2-27 shows the external connections of the H838ASRB board.

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Figure 2-27 External connections of the H838ASRB board

Working Principle
Figure 2-28 illustrates the working principle of the H838ASRB board. Figure 2-28 Working principle of the H838ASRB board

The working principle of the H838ASRB board is as follows: l l l The protection module protects and isolates the board from lightning strikes. The subscriber line interface module provides 32-channel POTS access service. The processing module processes the POTS service of the board and transmits the service upstream through the HW interface. Through the SPI port bus, this module receives the configuration command issued by the control module of the board and transmits the service status information upstream. The control module supports the intra-board communication, service management and control, and communication with the control board. The power module controls the power from the backplane and powers other function modules of the board.
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The clock module provides accurate clock source for the processing module.

Front Panel
Table 2-55 describes the front panel of the H838ASRB board. Table 2-55 Front panel of the H838ASRB board
ASRB
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

PSTN

Port
The port of the H838ASRB board is located on its front panel. Table 2-56 describes the port of the H838ASRB board.
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Table 2-56 Port of the H838ASRB board Port PSTN Function Supports 32-channel POTS access signals. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable to connect the port to the main distribution frame (MDF).

Pin Assignments
Table 2-57 describes the pin assignments of the PSTN port on the front panel of the H838ASRB board. Table 2-57 Pin assignments of the PSTN port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l 16 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 Signa l 24

Specifications
Table 2-58 lists the specifications of the H838ASRB board.

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Table 2-58 Specifications of the H838ASRB board Board Dimensions (W x D x H) Maximum Power Consumption 26 W

H838ASRB

20.32 mm x 220 mm x 265 mm

2.4.2 H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB Board


H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB is a 64-channel POTS service board that provides POTS access service.

Overview
NOTE

l H837ASPB has the same functions as H838ASPB; therefore, H837ASPB can substitute for H838ASPB. l Compared with H837ASPB/H838ASPB, H839ASPB supports a new function: direct current-isolated (DC-I) grounding.

The H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board supports the following functions: l l l l l l l 64 channels of POTS access services Polarity reversal on all the ports Circuit test and loop line test Loop connectivity test Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation BORSCHT for analog user circuits
NOTE

The indication of BORSCHT is as follows: l B: battery l O: overvoltage and overcurrent protection l R: ringing l S: supervision l C: codec l H: hybrid l T: test

Figure 2-29 shows the external connections of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board.

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Figure 2-29 External connections of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board

Working Principle
Figure 2-30 illustrates the working principle of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board. Figure 2-30 Working principle of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board

The basic working principle of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board is as follows: l l l l l l The protection module protects and isolates the board from lightning strikes. The subscriber-line interface module provides access to 64 channels of POTS services. The codec module encodes and decodes voice signals and converts analog signals into digital signals. The MCU module processes the upper-layer protocol messages between the board and the control board and manages user ports of the board. The power module supplies power to other function modules of the board. The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the board.

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Front Panel
Table 2-59 describes the front panel of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board. Table 2-59 Front panel of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board
ASPB
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

PSTN1 PSTN0

Port
The ports of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board are located on its front panel. Table 2-60 describes the ports of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board.

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Table 2-60 Ports of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board Port PSTN0 and PSTN1 Function Each provides 32 channels of POTS access services. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable to connect each port to the main distribution frame (MDF).

Pin Assignments
Table 2-61 describes the pin assignments of the PSTN0 port on the front panel of the H837ASPB/ H838ASPB/H839ASPB board. Table 2-61 Pin assignments of the PSTN0 port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l 16 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 Signa l 24

Table 2-62 describes the pin assignments of the PSTN1 port on the front panel of the H837ASPB/ H838ASPB/H839ASPB board.

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Table 2-62 Pin assignments of the PSTN1 port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 Signa l 47 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Signa l 39 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 Signa l 48 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 Signa l 56

Specifications
Table 2-63 lists the specifications of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board. Table 2-63 Specifications of the H837ASPB/H838ASPB/H839ASPB board Board Dimensions (W x D x H) Maximum Power Consumption 41 W 53.5 W

H837ASPB H838ASPB/ H839ASPB

20.32 mm x 220 mm x 265 mm 20.32 mm x 220 mm x 265 mm

2.4.3 H832DSLD Board


H832DSLD is an 8-channel ISDN service board. It provides the base rate adaptation (BRA) user access service and implements point-to-point (P2P) or point-to-multipoint (P2MP) multimedia
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(voice, image, and data) communications. Also, it can be connected to the personal handyphone system (PHS) base station for service transparent transmission on the U interface.

Overview
The H832DSLD board supports the following functions: l l l Eight 2B+1D channels for BRA user access service Eight channels of service transparent transmission on the U interface by connecting to the PHS base station Board power-off for energy conservation
NOTE

The H832DSLD board does not support remote power supply and therefore it cannot supply power to the network termination 1 (NT1) in a remote manner.

Figure 2-31 shows the external connections of the H832DSLD board. Figure 2-31 External connections of the H832DSLD board

Working Principle
Figure 2-32 illustrates the working principle of the H832DSLD board.

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Figure 2-32 Working principle of the H832DSLD board

The basic working principle of the H832DSLD board is as follows: l The subscriber interface module converts the interface coding to the interface bus data, puts the converted data to the corresponding timeslot, and then outputs the data to the subscriber interface. The processing module extracts the call signaling and switches timeslots. The control module communicates with the control board, detects the board status and performs related control, reports the status of each module on the H832DSLD board and executes the commands issued from the control board, processes signaling of each channel, and controls data transmission and reception. The logic module implements the CESoP clock recovery and the communication between the H832DSLD board and the control board. The power module powers other function modules of the board. The clock module provides the working clock for other function modules of the board.

l l

l l l

Front Panel
Table 2-64 describes the front panel of the H832DSLD board.

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Table 2-64 Front panel of the H832DSLD board


DSLD
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

LINE

Port
The port of the H832DSLD board is located on its front panel. Table 2-65 describes the port of the H832DSLD board.

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Table 2-65 Port of the H832DSLD board Port LINE Function Supports eight channels of ISDN signals. Table 2-66 describes the pin assignments of the port. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable (ports 0-7) to connect the port to the main distribution frame (MDF).

Pin Assignments
Table 2-66 describes the pin assignments of the LINE port on the front panel of the H832DSLD board. Table 2-66 Pin assignments of the LINE port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 Signa l Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Signa l -

Specifications
Table 2-67 lists the specifications of the H832DSLD board.
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Table 2-67 Specifications of the H832DSLD board Board Dimensions (W x D x H) Maximum Power Consumption 8.78 W

H832DSLD

20.32 mm x 220 mm x 265 mm

2.5 Broadband and Narrowband Combo Service Board


The broadband and narrowband combo service board provides broadband and narrowband access services to meet high-density user access requirements and reduce carriers' network construction and maintenance costs.

2.5.1 H835CALE Board


H835CALE is a 32-channel ADSL2+ and POTS combo service board. It has a built-in splitter with 600-ohm impedance and provides ADSL2+ and POTS integrated access services.

Overview
The H835CALE board supports the following functions: l l l l l l 32-channel ADSL2+ and POTS integrated access services Circuit test and loop line test Polarity reversal for all 32 channels of POTS services Port protection Board power-off for energy conservation BORSCHT for the analog user circuit
NOTE

The indication of BORSCHT is as follows: l B: battery l O: overvoltage and overcurrent protection l R: ringing l S: supervision l C: codec l H: hybrid l T: test

Figure 2-33 shows the external connections of the H835CALE board.

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Figure 2-33 External connections of the H835CALE board

Working Principle
Figure 2-34 illustrates the working principle of the H835CALE board. Figure 2-34 Working principle of the H835CALE board

The H835CALE board can be divided into two parts: the broadband part and the narrowband part. The basic working principle of the board is as follows: l l The protection module protects and isolates the board from lightning strikes. Broadband service processing: The broadband interface module converts the ADSL2+ line signals into cell flows. The logic processing module implements functions such as encoding/decoding, analogto-digital conversion, and line driving for ADSL2+ services. It also provides an upstream port connecting to the UTOPIA bus of the backplane.
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Narrowband service processing: The narrowband interface module provides access to 32-channel narrowband services. The narrowband service control module controls and manages narrowband services. The codec module encodes and decodes voice signals and converts analog signals into digital signals. It also provides an upstream port connecting to the HW bus of the backplane.

The splitter module couples broadband and narrowband subscriber lines and separates POTS signals from ADSL2+ signals.

Front Panel
Table 2-68 describes the front panel of the H835CALE board.

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Table 2-68 Front panel of the H835CALE board


CALE
RUN ALM

RUN ALM: running status indicator Steady green Steady red The board functions properly. The board is faulty.

LINE

Port
The port of the H835CALE board is located on its front panel. Table 2-69 describes the port of the H835CALE board.
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Table 2-69 Port of the H835CALE board Port LINE Function Provides 32-channel ADSL2+ and POTS integrated access services. Connection Use a 32-channel subscriber cable to connect the LINE port to the main distribution frame (MDF).

Pin Assignments
Table 2-70 describes the pin assignments of the LINE port on the front panel of the H835CALE board. Table 2-70 Pin assignments of the LINE port Pin 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Signa l 15 Pin 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signa l 7 Port Pin 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 Signa l 16 Pin 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 Signa l 24

Jumper Settings
The H835CALE board provides two jumpers, J7 and J8, as shown in Figure 2-35.

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Figure 2-35 Layout of the jumpers on the H835CALE board

Table 2-71 describes the settings of J7 and J8. Table 2-71 Jumper settings of the H835CALE board Jumper J7 and J8 Setting Connected Indication The board is ready for loading and the narrowband CPU of the board uses the serial port loading mode. The board is ready for normal working. Factory Default Not connected

Not connected

Specifications
Table 2-72 lists the specifications of the H835CALE board.

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Table 2-72 Specifications of the H835CALE board Board H835CALE Dimensions (W x D x H) 20.32 mm x 220 mm x 265 mm Maximum Power Consumption 40 W (The narrowband call reject ratio is 25%.)

2.6 Power Board


Connected to the external AC or DC power supply, the power board converts the voltage of such power supply into a proper voltage using its power module and powers the other boards in the chassis.

2.6.1 H831PDIA Board


H831PDIA is a DC power board. It directly supplies or converts one -48 V DC power. It then outputs -48 V DC, +3.3 V DC, and +12 V DC to the backplane and, through the backplane, powers the service boards, control board, and fan monitoring board.

Overview
The H831PDIA board supports the following functions: l l l One -48 V DC input Filtering and current-limiting for the input power Detection and alarm reporting for the availability of input power

Figure 2-36 shows the external connections of the H831PDIA board. Figure 2-36 External connections of the H831PDIA board

Working Principle
Figure 2-37 illustrates the working principle of the H831PDIA board.
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Figure 2-37 Working principle of the H831PDIA board

The basic working principle of the H831PDIA board is as follows: l l l l l l l The protection and filter circuit protects the -48 V DC power input against surges and lightning strikes for current limiting and also filters EMI for the -48 V DC power input. The soft-start circuit provides the soft-start function for the -48 V DC power input of the +12 V DC and +3.3 V DC power modules. The -48 V/+12 V power module converts the -48 V DC into +12 V DC for output. The -48 V/+3.3 V power module converts the -48 V DC into +3.3 V DC for output. The output filter circuit filters the output of the +12 V DC and +3.3 V DC power modules. The detection and alarming circuit detects the availability of the -48 V DC power and reports related alarms. The e-label and board type reporting circuit stores the board manufacture information and reports the board type.

Front Panel
Table 2-73 describes the front panel of the H831PDIA board.

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Table 2-73 Front panel of the H831PDIA board


PDIA

PWR: running status indicator Steady green Off The board functions properly. The board is powered off or the input fuse blows.

PWR SPD -48V-60V;7.8A

SPD: protection indicator Steady green Off The protection circuit of the board is normal. The protection circuit of the board is faulty.

Port
The port of the H831PDIA board is located on its front panel. Table 2-74 describes the port of the H831PDIA board. Table 2-74 Port of the H831PDIA board Port (from Bottom Upwards) RTN(+)/NEG(-) (OT terminals) Function Leads in one -48 V DC input for the H831PDIA board. Connection Use a DC power cable to connect the terminal to the DC power supply. Input voltage range: -38.4 V DC to -72 V DC Maximum input current: 7.8 A

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Dimensions
Table 2-75 lists the dimensions of the H831PDIA board. Table 2-75 Dimensions of the H831PDIA board Board H831PDIA Dimensions (W x D x H) 140 mm x 220 mm x 40.14 mm

2.6.2 H832PDIA Board


H832PDIA is a DC power board that directly supplies or converts the combined dual -48 V DC power. It then outputs -48 V DC, +3.3 V DC, and +12 V DC to the backplane and, through the backplane, powers the service boards, control board, and fan monitoring board.

Overview
The H832PDIA board supports the following functions: l l l Two -48 V DC inputs Filtering and current-limiting for the input power Detection and alarm reporting for the availability of input power

Figure 2-38 shows the external connection of the H832PDIA board. Figure 2-38 External connections of the H832PDIA board

Working Principle
Figure 2-39 illustrates the working principle of the H832PDIA board.

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Figure 2-39 Working principle of the H832PDIA board

The basic working principle of the H832PDIA board is as follows: l l l l l l l The protection and filter circuit protects the -48 V DC power input against surges and lightning strikes for current limiting and also filters EMI for the -48 V DC power input. The soft-start circuit provides the soft-start function for the -48 V DC power input of the +12 V DC and +3.3 V DC power modules. The -48 V/+12 V power module converts -48 V DC into +12 V DC for output. The -48 V/+3.3 V power module converts the -48 V DC into +3.3 V DC for output. The output filter circuit filters the output of the +12 V and +3.3 V DC power modules. The detection and alarming circuit detects the availability of the -48 V DC power and reports related alarms. The e-label and board type reporting circuit stores the board manufacture information and reports the board type.

Front Panel
Table 2-76 describes the front panel of the H832PDIA board.

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Table 2-76 Front panel of the H832PDIA board

PDIA

PWR0: power status indicator (DC input "0") Steady green Off The circuit of DC input "0" is normal. DC input 0 is not available or the circuit of DC input "0" is faulty.

PWR0 PWR1 SPD -48-60V;7.8A

PWR1: power status indicator (DC input "1") Steady green Off The circuit of DC input "1" is normal. DC input 1 is not available or the circuit of DC input "1" is faulty.

SPD: protection indicator Steady green Off The board protection circuit is normal. The board protection circuit is faulty.

0 1

-48-60V;7.8A

Port
The ports of the H832PDIA board are located on its front panel. Table 2-77 describes the ports of the H832PDIA board. Table 2-77 Ports of the H832PDIA board Port (from the Bottom Upwards) 0 (RTN(+)/NEG(-), OT terminals) 1 (RTN(+)/NEG(-), OT terminals) Function Lead in one -48 V DC power input (input "0") to the H832PDIA board. Lead in one -48 V DC power input (input "1") to the H832PDIA board. Connection Use a DC power cable to connect the terminals to the DC power supply. Input voltage range: -38.4 V DC to -72 V DC Maximum input current: 7.8 A

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Dimensions
Table 2-78 lists the dimensions of the H832PDIA board. Table 2-78 Dimensions of the H832PDIA board Board H832PDIA Dimensions (W x D x H) 140 mm x 220 mm x 40.14 mm

2.6.3 H831PAIA Board


H831PAIA is an AC power board. It converts the 220 V AC input power into -48 V DC, +12 V DC, and +3.3 V DC and feeds the power to the service boards, control board, and fan monitoring board through the backplane.

Overview
The H831PAIA board supports the following functions: l l One 220 V AC input The device supports a maximum of 200 W output power

Figure 2-40 shows the external connections of the H831PAIA board. Figure 2-40 External connections of the H831PAIA board
+12 V DC +3.3 V DC AC power 220 V AC H831PAIA -48 V DC SPI bus and board type Monitoring signal

Backplane

Working Principle
Figure 2-41 illustrates the working principle of the H831PAIA board. Figure 2-41 Working principle of the H831PAIA board
-48 V DC 220 V AC MA200-A power module +12 V DC +3.3 V DC Signal reporting and receiving

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The basic working principle of the H831PAIA board is as follows: The MA200A power module converts the 220 V AC input into 48 V DC, +12 V DC and +3.3 V DC outputs and reports alarm signals.

Front Panel
Table 2-79 describes the front panel of the H831PAIA board. Table 2-79 Front panel of the H831PAIA board
PAIA

PWR: AC status indicator Steady green Steady red Off The AC module input or output is normal. The AC module input or output fails. No AC power is led in.

Port
The port of the H831PAIA board is located on its front panel. Table 2-80 describes the port of the H831PAIA board.

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Table 2-80 Port of the H831PAIA board Port 220 V AC input port (standard 3-pin male socket) Function Leads in the AC power to the H831PAIA board. Connection Use an AC power cable to connect the port to the AC power supply. Input voltage range: 90 V AC to 264 V AC Maximum input current: 3 A

Dimensions
Table 2-81 lists the dimensions of the H831PAIA board. Table 2-81 Dimensions of the H831PAIA board Board H831PAIA Dimensions (W x D x H) 140 mm x 220 mm x 40.14 mm

2.6.4 H831PAIC Board


H831PAIC is an AC power board. It converts the 220 V AC or 110 V AC input power into -48 V DC, +12 V DC, and +3.3 V DC and feeds the power to the service boards, control board, and fan monitoring board through the backplane.

Overview
The H831PAIC board supports the following functions: l l One 220 V AC or 110 V input The device supports a maximum of 400 W output power

Figure 2-42 shows the external connections of the H831PAIC board. Figure 2-42 External connections of the H831PAIC board
+12 V DC +3.3 V DC AC power 220 V AC/110 V AC H831PAIC -48 V DC SPI bus and board type Monitoring signal

Backplane

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Working Principle
Figure 2-43 illustrates the working principle of the H831PAIC board. Figure 2-43 Working principle of the H831PAIC board
-48 V DC 220 V AC/110 V AC MA400-A power module +12 V DC +3.3 V DC Signal reporting and receiving

The basic working principle of the H831PAIC board is as follows: The MA400A power module converts the 220 V AC input into 48 V DC, +12 V DC and +3.3 V DC outputs and reports alarm signals.

Front Panel
Table 2-82 describes the front panel of the H831PAIC board. Table 2-82 Front panel of the H831PAIC board
PAIC

PWR: AC status indicator Steady green Steady red Off The AC module input or output is normal. The AC module input or output fails. No AC power is led in.

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Port
The port of the H831PAIC board is located on its front panel. Table 2-83 describes the port of the H831PAIC board. Table 2-83 Port of the H831PAIC board Port 220 V AC input port (standard 3-pin male socket) Function Leads in the AC power to the H831PAIC board. Connection Use an AC power cable to connect the port to the AC power supply. Input voltage range: 90 V AC to 264 V AC Maximum input current: 6 A

Dimensions
Table 2-84 lists the dimensions of the H831PAIC board. Table 2-84 Dimensions of the H831PAIC board Board H831PAIC Dimensions (W x D x H) 140 mm x 220 mm x 40.14 mm

2.6.5 H831PAIB Board


H831PAIB is an AC power board (with power backup). It converts the 220 V AC input power into -48 V DC, +12 V DC and +3.3 V DC, and feeds the power to the service boards, control board, and fan monitoring board through the backplane. The H831PAIB board also supports battery (lead-acid battery or Fe-lithium battery) input for power backup. When the AC power supply fails, the H831PAIB board switches to the battery for power supply.

Overview
The H831PAIB board supports the following functions: l l l l l One 220 V AC input Filtering and current-limiting One battery (lead-acid battery or Fe-lithium battery) input for power backup Temperature detection for the lead-acid battery Activating a Fe-lithium battery

Figure 2-44 shows the external connections of the H831PAIB board.

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Figure 2-44 External connections of the H831PAIB board

Working Principle
Figure 2-45 illustrates the working principle of the H831PAIB board. Figure 2-45 Working principle of the H831PAIB board
220 V AC AC/DC module -48 V DC Signal reporting and receiving -48 V DC Battery supplies power /Charges the battery PSUA +12 V DC +3.3 V DC Signal reporting and receiving

Temperature signal PMUA

-48 V DC Signal reporting and receiving

The basic working principle of the H831PAIB board is as follows: l l The AC/DC module converts the 220 V AC input into -48 V DC to the backplane. The PSUA board in the H831PAIB board converts the -48 V DC power transmitted from the backplane or the power from the battery into +12 V DC and +3.3 V DC. The battery is connected to a port on the front panel of the H831PAIB board. The PSUA board also manages the AC power supply and the battery power supply by reporting alarm signals and receiving control signals from the PMUA board. When the battery is required for power backup, the PMUA board in the H831PAIB board needs to be configured for managing the batteries. Otherwise, the PMUA board is not required.
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Table 2-85 describes the front panel of the H831PAIB board. Table 2-85 Front panel of the H831PAIB board
PAIB

PMU: running status indicator (red and green bi-colored) Steady green Communication between the PMUA board and the main device is normal and the battery is being charged. Communication between the PMUA board and the main device is normal and the battery is being discharged. Communication between the PMUA board and the main device fails and the battery is being charged.
NOTE If the device is not equipped with a battery, the indicator is steady red on by default.

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BAT
AUX VIN VOUT

Blinking green

PMU

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Communication between the PMUA board and the main device fails and the battery is being discharged.

CAUTION

BAT: battery input indicator (green) Steady green Off The board is connected to a battery input. The board is not connected to a battery input.

PWR: AC module input and output indicator VIN: input status indicator Steady green Steady red Off The AC module input is normal. The AC module input fails. There is no AC input.

VOUT: output status indicator Steady green Steady red The AC module output is normal. The AC module output fails.

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Port
The ports of the H831PAIB board are located on its front panel. Table 2-86 describes the ports of the H831PAIB board. Table 2-86 Ports of the H831PAIB board Port 220 V AC input port (standard 3-pin male socket) Function Leads in the AC power to the H831PAIB board. Connection Use an AC power cable to connect the port to the AC power supply. Input voltage range: 90 V AC to 264 V AC. Maximum input current: 3 A BAT-/BAT+ (OT terminals) Battery input terminals, connect to the lead-acid or Fe-lithium battery. -59 Use a lead-acid battery power cable or Fe-lithium battery power cable to connect the OT terminals to a battery. Input voltage range: -39 V DC to -59 V DC. Maximum input current: 5 A SENSOR (2-pin terminal) Detects the temperature of a lead-acid battery or activates a Fe-lithium battery. Use a 2-wire cable to connect the terminal to the temperature sensor of a lead-acid battery or the activation port of a Fe-lithium battery.

Power Transfer Board


The H831PAIB board supports the PSUA power transfer board for receiving the -48 V DC power from the backplane and supplying +3.3 V DC and +12 V DC to the system. The PSUA board supports the following functions: l l l l l Filters and current-limits the -48 V DC power provided by the backplane. Leads in the -48 V DC power from the battery and transmits the power to the backplane in case of AC supply failure. Functions as the channel for charging or discharging the battery and therefore integrates a relay to control the power-on and power-off of the battery. Implements protection, filtering, and current-limiting at the battery input terminal. Provides a circuit that reports the board type and an E2PROM circuit that stores the board manufacture information.

Figure 2-46 shows the position of the PSUA board in the H831PAIB board.

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Figure 2-46 Position of the PSUA board

PSUA

PAIB

Power Monitoring Board


The H831PAIB board supports the PMUA power monitoring board. The PMUA board manages the battery for the PSUA board. The PMUA board supports the following functions: l l l l l Detects the temperature of the battery and reports related parameters to the control board. Detects the fuse status of the battery circuit and reports the detection result to the control board. Detects the charging current of the battery and reports related parameters to the PSUA board and the control board. Detects the voltage of the busbar and reports related parameters to the PSUA board and the control board. Controls power-on and power-off of the battery.

The PMUA board is attached on the PSUA board. Figure 2-47 shows the position of the PMUA board in the H831PAIB board.

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Figure 2-47 Position of the PMUA board

PMUA

PAIB

Dimensions
Table 2-87 lists the dimensions of the H831PAIB board. Table 2-87 Dimensions of the H831PAIB board Board H831PAIB Dimensions (W x D x H) 140 mm x 220 mm x 40.14 mm

2.7 Optical Module


This topic describes the types and specifications of pluggable optical modules supported by the MA5616. The MA5616 supports small form-factor pluggable (SFP) and enhanced small form-factor pluggable (eSFP) encapsulation modes for optical modules. An SFP packet has the same size as an eSFP packet. In eSFP encapsulation mode, performance data that cannot be reported in SFP encapsulation mode can be reported. An optical module has the following types of interfaces: LC/PC, SC/PC, and RJ45 (for electrical modules).Figure 2-48 shows the appearance of the optical module.

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Figure 2-48 Appearance of the optical module

GPON optical module


If an optical module for GPON upstream transmission is configured on an H831CCUC board that is equipped with the UP2A or UP2C daughter board, connect one SC/PC optical fiber to the board for GPON upstream transmission. Table 2-88 lists the specifications of GPON optical modules. Table 2-88 Specifications of GPON optical modules Type Operating Wavelength Encapsulation Type Rate Optical module with combined receive and transmit functions Tx: 1310 nm Rx: 1490 nm SFP Tx: 1.244 Gbit/s Rx: 2.488 Gbit/s Minimum Output Optical Power Maximum Output Optical Power Maximum Receiver Sensitivity Optical Connector Type Optical Fiber Type Reach Overload optical power
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GE Electrical Module
If a GE electrical module is configured on an H831CCUC board that is equipped with the UP2A or UP2C daughter board, connect one network cable to the board for one-channel GE. Table 2-89 the specifications of GE electrical module. Table 2-89 Specifications of GE electrical modules Type Encapsulation Type Rate Reach Module with 1000 Base-T RJ45 electrical port SFP Full-duplex 1000 Mbit/s 100.0 m

GE optical module
A GE optical module can be configured on an H831CCUB that is equipped with the GP1Aor GE1A daughter board, H831CCUC that is equipped with the UP2A or UP2C daughter board, or H831EIUD board. The optical module with independent receive and transmit functions is connected to two LC/PC optical fibers to provide one GE channel, and the optical module with combined receive and transmit functions is connected to one LC/PC optical fibers to provide one GE channel. Table 2-90 lists the specifications of GE optical modules. Table 2-90 Specifications of GE optical modules Type Optical module with independent receive and transmit functions 1 850 nm 2 1310 nm 3 1310 nm Optical module with combined receive and transmit functions 4 5

No. Operating Wavelength Encapsulatio n Type Rate

Tx: 1310 nm Tx: 1490 nm Rx: 1490 nm Rx: 1310 nm eSFP 1.25 Gbit/s

eSFP 2.125 Gbit/s 1.25 Gbit/s 1.063 Gbit/s

eSFP 1.25 Gbit/s

eSFP 1.25 Gbit/s

eSFP 1.25 Gbit/s

Minimum Output Optical Power

-9.5 dBm

-9.0 dBm

-5.0 dBm

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Maximum Output Optical Power Maximum Receiver Sensitivity Optical Connector Type Optical Fiber Type Reach Overload optical power

-2.5 dBm

-3.0 dBm

0 dBm

-3.0 dBm

-3.0 dBm

-17.0 dBm

-20.0 dBm

-23.0 dBm

-19.5 dBm

-19.5 dBm

LC/PC

LC/PC

LC/PC

LC/PC

LC/PC

Multi-mode 0.50 km 0 dBm

Single-mode 10.0 km -3 dBm

Single-mode 40.0 km -3 dBm

Single-mode 10.0 km -3 dBm

Single-mode 10.0 km -3 dBm

FE optical module
A FE optical module can be configured on an H831EIUD board, connect one LC/PC optical fibers to the board for one-channel FE. Table 2-91 lists the specifications of FE optical modules. Table 2-91 Specifications of FE optical modules Type No. Operating Wavelength Encapsulation Type Rate Minimum Output Optical Power Maximum Output Optical Power Maximum Receiver Sensitivity Optical Connector Type Optical Fiber Type Reach Optical module with combined receive and transmit functions 1 Tx: 1310 nm Rx: 1550 nm eSFP STM-1 -15.0 dBm -8.0 dBm -32.0 dBm LC/PC Single-mode 15.0 km 2 Tx: 1550 nm Rx: 1310 nm eSFP STM-1 -15.0 dBm -8.0 dBm -32.0 dBm LC/PC Single-mode 15.0 km

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Overload optical power

-8 dBm

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Cable

This topic covers the applications, appearances, pin assignments, and technical specifications of the cables for the MA5616 chassis. 3.1 DC Power Cable The DC power cable is used to transmit the DC power to loads and enable the loads to work in the normal state. 3.2 AC Power Cable An AC power cable is used to transmit AC power supply to loads and enable the loads to work in the normal state. 3.3 Lead-acid Battery Power Cable A lead-acid battery power cable is used for feeding DC power to loads and also for charging and discharging a lead-acid battery. 3.4 Fe-lithium Battery Power Cable A Fe-lithium battery power cable is used for feeding DC power to loads and also for charging and discharging a Fe-lithium battery module. 3.5 PGND Cable A PGND cable is used for protecting the device against lightning strikes and interference. 3.6 Local Maintenance Serial Port Cable A local maintenance serial port cable is used for debugging devices or maintaining devices at the local end. 3.7 Local Maintenance and Environment Monitoring Combo Cable A local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable is connected to a local maintenance terminal or an environment monitoring device for debugging and maintaining the main device or reporting the monitoring information to the control board. 3.8 Network Cable A network cable is used for equipment cascading, communication between the device and the network, and local maintenance and remote access of the device. 3.9 Environment Monitoring Cable
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An environment monitoring cable connects the control board of the device to sensors for collecting the information about various environmental parameters. 3.10 Clock Bridging Cable The clock Bridging cable is a 120-ohm-to-75-ohm clock cable and is used for transmitting clock/ time signals. 3.11 32-Channel Subscriber Cable A 32-Channel subscriber cable connects a service board to the MDF for transmitting audio, video and data signals. 3.12 Optical Fiber An optical fiber connects an optical port to an upstream device or optical network terminal.

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3.1 DC Power Cable


The DC power cable is used to transmit the DC power to loads and enable the loads to work in the normal state.

Application
The DC power cable connects the power port of the chassis to the external power supply. It is connected as follows: l l One end of the DC power cable is connected to the input port on the DC power board of the chassis. The other end of the DC power cable is bare wires. According to the output port type of the DC power, a corresponding terminal is made and then connected to the output port of the DC power supply.
NOTE

The black cable is the -48 V return ground cable connected to the RTN(+) terminal of the DC power board. The blue cable is the -48 V power cable connected to the NEG(-) terminal of the DC power board.

Appearance and Structure


Figure 3-1 and Figure 3-2 show the appearances of a -48 V return ground cable and a -48 V power cable. Figure 3-1 Appearance of a -48 V return ground cable

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Figure 3-2 Appearance of a -48 V power cable

Figure 3-3 shows the structure of a DC power cable. Figure 3-3 Structure of a DC power cable

Technical Specifications
The technical specifications of a -48 V return ground cable and a -48 V power cable are the same, as listed in Table 3-1. Table 3-1 Technical specifications of a -48 V return ground cable and a -48 V power cable Parameter Cable type Color Connector (X1) type Description Electrical cable Black (-48 V return ground cable); blue (-48 V power cable) OT terminal

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Parameter DC resistance of the inner conductor Cross-sectional area of the conductor

Description 23.2 ohms/km 18 AWG (0.83 mm2)

3.2 AC Power Cable


An AC power cable is used to transmit AC power supply to loads and enable the loads to work in the normal state.

Application
An AC power cable supplies the working voltage for the chassis. It is connected as follows: l l One end of the AC power cable is connected to the AC power input port of the chassis. The other end of the AC power cable is connected to the output port of the AC power supply.

Appearance
Figure 3-4 shows the appearance of an AC power cable. Figure 3-4 Appearance of an AC power cable

Technical Specifications
Table 3-2 lists the technical specifications of an AC power cable.
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Specifications of the AC power cable vary with country/area. The following uses the AC power cable that meets the Chinese standard as an example.

Table 3-2 Specifications of an AC power cable Parameter Function Connector 1 Connector 2 Cable type Cross-sectional area of the conductor Description GB 250 VAC/10 A PI straight male C13 straight female External power cable 3 x 1.0 mm2

3.3 Lead-acid Battery Power Cable


A lead-acid battery power cable is used for feeding DC power to loads and also for charging and discharging a lead-acid battery.

Connection
A lead-acid battery power cable connects the battery power port of the chassis to a lead-acid battery. It is connected as follows: l l One end of the cable is connected to the battery power port on the AC power board (with power backup) in the chassis. The other end of the cable is connected to the positive and negative poles of a lead-acid battery.
NOTE

A lead-acid battery power cable consists of a -48 V return ground cable and a -48 V power cable. l The black one is the -48 V return ground cable, connected to the BAT(+) terminal of the AC power board (with power backup). l The blue one is the -48 V power cable, connected to the BAT(-) terminal of the AC power board (with power backup).

Appearance and Structure


Figure 3-5 shows the appearance of a lead-acid battery power cable.

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Figure 3-5 Appearance of a lead-acid battery power cable

Figure 3-6 shows the structure of a lead-acid battery power cable. Figure 3-6 Structure of a lead-acid battery power cable

Technical Specifications
Table 3-3 lists the technical specifications of a lead-acid battery power cable. Table 3-3 Technical specifications of a lead-acid battery power cable Parameter Cable type Color Connector (X1) type Connector (X2) type DC resistance of the inner conductor
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Parameter Cross-sectional area of the conductor

Description 14 AWG (2.5 mm2)

3.4 Fe-lithium Battery Power Cable


A Fe-lithium battery power cable is used for feeding DC power to loads and also for charging and discharging a Fe-lithium battery module.

Connection
A Fe-lithium battery power cable connects the Fe-lithium battery power port of the chassis to a Fe-lithium battery module. It is connected as follows: l l One end of the cable is connected to the battery power port on the AC power board (with power backup) in the chassis. The other end of the cable is connected to the power port of a Fe-lithium battery module.
NOTE

A Fe-lithium battery power cable consists of a -48 V return ground cable and a -48 V power cable. l The black one is the -48 V return ground cable, connected to the BAT(+) terminal of the AC power board (with power backup). l The blue one is the -48 V power cable, connected to the BAT(-) terminal of the AC power board (with power backup).

Appearance and Structure


Figure 3-7 shows the appearance of a Fe-lithium battery power cable.

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Figure 3-7 Appearance of a Fe-lithium battery power cable

Figure 3-8 shows the structure of a Fe-lithium battery power cable. Figure 3-8 Structure of a Fe-lithium battery power cable

Technical Specifications
Table 3-4 lists the technical specifications of a Fe-lithium battery power cable. Table 3-4 Technical specifications of a Fe-lithium battery power cable Parameter Cable type Color Connector (X1/X2) type
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Parameter DC resistance of the inner conductor Cross-sectional area of the conductor

Description 9.46 ohms/km 14 AWG (2.5 mm2)

3.5 PGND Cable


A PGND cable is used for protecting the device against lightning strikes and interference.

Connection
The connections of a PGND cable are as follows: l l One end of the PGND cable (OT 6-4) is connected to the ground point of the chassis. The other end of the PGND cable (OT 6-6) is connected to the ground point of the cabinet.

Appearance and Structure


Figure 3-9 shows the appearance of a PGND cable. Figure 3-9 Appearance of a PGND cable

Figure 3-10 shows the structure of a PGND cable. Figure 3-10 Structure of a PGND cable

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Technical Specifications
Table 3-5 lists the technical specifications of a PGND cable. Table 3-5 Technical specifications of a PGND cable Parameter Cable type Color Connector (X1) type Connector (X2) type Wire gauge of the inner conductor Maximum current Description Electrical cable Yellow and green OT 6-4 OT 6-6 10 AWG (6 mm2) 50.0 A

3.6 Local Maintenance Serial Port Cable


A local maintenance serial port cable is used for debugging devices or maintaining devices at the local end.

Application
A local maintenance serial port cable is used for debugging or local maintenance. It is connected as follows: l l One end of the cable is an RJ45 connector (8-pin), which connects to a maintenance serial port of the device. The other end of the cable is a DB-9 or DB-25 socket, which connects to a maintenance terminal. When a PC is used as the maintenance terminal, select the DB-9 socket.

Appearance and Structure


Figure 3-11 shows the appearance of a local maintenance serial port cable.

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Figure 3-11 Appearance of a local maintenance serial port cable

Figure 3-12 shows the structure of a local maintenance serial port cable. Figure 3-12 Structure of a local maintenance serial port cable

Pin Assignments
Table 3-6 describes the pin assignments of a local maintenance serial port cable. Table 3-6 Pin assignments of a local maintenance serial port cable Connector X2 (RJ45) X1 (DB-25)
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Connector X3 (DB-9)

Pin Mapping 8 6 2 5 5 3 4 7

Technical Specifications
Table 3-7 lists the technical specifications of a local maintenance serial port cable. Table 3-7 Technical specifications of a local maintenance serial port cable Parameter Connector type Cable type Color Wire diameter of the inner conductor Wire gauge of the inner conductor Number of wires Description DB-9 female + Ethernet port 8-pin/DB-25 female Symmetrical twisted pair Dark blue 0.38 mm 28 AWG (cross-sectional area 0.08 mm2) 8

3.7 Local Maintenance and Environment Monitoring Combo Cable


A local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable is connected to a local maintenance terminal or an environment monitoring device for debugging and maintaining the main device or reporting the monitoring information to the control board.

Application
A local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable is connected as follows: l l One end provides an RJ45 connector and is connected to the CON/ESC port of the CCUC control board. The other end provides an RJ45 connector and a DB9 connector: RJ45 connector: connected to an environment monitoring device. DB9 connector: connected to a local maintenance terminal.

Appearance and Structure


Figure 3-13 shows the appearance of a local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable.

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Figure 3-13 Appearance of a local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable

Figure 3-14 shows the structure of a local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable. Figure 3-14 Structure of a local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable

Pin Assignments
Table 3-8 describes the pin assignments of a local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable.

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Table 3-8 Pin assignments of a local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable Cable W1 Connector X1 X1.1 X1.2 X1.7 X1.8 X1.4 X1.Shell W2 X1.3 X1.6 X1.5 X1.Shell Connectors X2 and X3 X2.4 X2.5 X2.1 X2.2 X2.6 X2.Shell X3.2 X3.3 X3.5 X3.Shell Color White Blue White Orange Green Shield White Blue White Shield Pair Pair Relationship Pair

Technical Specifications
Table 3-9 lists the technical specifications of a local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable. Table 3-9 Technical specifications of a local maintenance and environment monitoring combo cable Parameter Connector X1 type Connector X2 type Connector X3 type Cable W1 type Cable W2 type Color Core diameter of the inner conductor Wire gauge of the inner conductor Specification MP8-VI MP8-VI DB9 female Symmetrical twisted pair-100 ohms-4 pairs Symmetrical twisted pair-100 ohms-2 pairs Black 0.48 mm 26 AWG

3.8 Network Cable


A network cable is used for equipment cascading, communication between the device and the network, and local maintenance and remote access of the device.
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Application
A network cable can be a straight through cable or a crossover cable. l l The straight through cable is used to connect a terminal to the network. The crossover cable is used to connect two terminals.

Appearance and Structure


The appearances of a straight through cable and a crossover cable are the same. Figure 3-15 shows the appearance of a network cable. Figure 3-15 Appearance of a network cable

Figure 3-16 shows the structure of a network cable. Figure 3-16 Structure of a network cable
Main label View A A 1 8 X1 X2

Pin Assignments
Table 3-10 describes the pin assignments of a straight through cable.
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Table 3-10 Pin assignments of a straight through cable X1 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Wire Color White and orange Orange White and green Blue White and blue Green White and brown Brown X2 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Table 3-11 describes the pin assignments of a crossover cable. Table 3-11 Pin assignments of a crossover cable X1 Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Wire Color White and orange Orange White and green Blue White and blue Green White and brown Brown X2 Pin 3 6 1 4 5 2 7 8

NOTE

To achieve the optimum electrical transmission performance, make sure that the wires connected to pins 1 and 2 and to pins 3 and 6 are twisted pairs.

Technical Specifications
Table 3-12 lists the technical specifications of a network cable.

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Table 3-12 Technical specifications of a network cable Parameter Connector (X1/X2) Type Color Characteristic impedance Wire diameter of the inner conductor Breakdown voltage DC resistance of the inner conductor Number of wires Frequency range Frequency attenuation Description RJ45 connector Category-3 and category-5 unshielded twisted pairs (UTP-3 and UTP-5) or shielded twisted pairs (STP) Dark gray 100.0 ohms 0.510 mm 500.0 V 93.8 ohms/km 8 0-100 MHz 22 dB/100 m@100 MHz

3.9 Environment Monitoring Cable


An environment monitoring cable connects the control board of the device to sensors for collecting the information about various environmental parameters.

Connection
An environment monitoring cable gathers signals of various sensors and transmits the signals to the control board for processing. It is connected as follows: l l One end of the cable is a DB-9 male connector connecting to a DB-9 female connector, leading out multiple wires to connect to corresponding sensors. The other end of the cable is an RJ45 connector connecting to the ALARM port on the control board.

Appearance and Structure


Figure 3-17 shows the appearance of an environment monitoring cable.

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Figure 3-17 Appearance of an environment monitoring cable

Figure 3-18 shows the structure of an environment monitoring cable. Figure 3-18 Structure of an environment monitoring cable

Pin Assignments
Table 3-13 describes the pin assignments of an environment monitoring cable. Table 3-13 Pin assignments of an environment monitoring cable X1 Pin 1 2 3
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X1 Pin 4 5 6 7 8

Wire Color White and orange Green White and green Brown White and brown

X2 Pin 4 5 6 7 8

Technical Specifications
Table 3-14 lists the technical specifications of an environment monitoring cable. Table 3-14 Technical specifications of an environment monitoring cable Parameter Connector (X1) type Connector (X2) type Cable type Color Characteristic impedance Core diameter of the inner conductor Breakdown voltage DC resistance of the inner conductor Number of wires Frequency range Frequency attenuation Description DB-9 male connector RJ45 connector UTP CAT5E PANTONE 430U 100.0 ohms 0.500 mm 500.0 V 93.8 ohms/km 8 0-100 MHz 22 dB/100 m@100 MHz

3.10 Clock Bridging Cable


The clock Bridging cable is a 120-ohm-to-75-ohm clock cable and is used for transmitting clock/ time signals.

Connection
The clock Bridging cable is connected as follows:
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One end of the cable is an RJ45 connector connecting to the CLK/TOD port on the control board. The other end is connected to the external clock device. The connector must be made based on the on-site situation.

Structure
Figure 3-19 shows the structure of the clock bridging cable. Figure 3-19 Structure of the clock bridging cable

Pin Assignment
Table 3-15 lists the pin assignment of the clock bridging cable connector. Table 3-15 Pin assignment of the clock bridging cable connector 120-Ohm Cable Connector Pin X1.1 X1.2 X1.4 X1.5 X1.3 X1.6 X1.7 X1.8 Color Orange White Blue White Green White White Brown Twisted pair W4 Twisted pair W3 Twisted pair W2 Relation Twisted pair 75-Ohm Cable Core No. W1

Technical Specifications
Table 3-16 lists the technical specifications of the clock bridging cable.
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Table 3-16 Technical specifications of the clock bridging cable Item Cable Connector X1 type 120-ohm cable type 75-ohm cable type Specification 120 ohm To 75 ohm Clock Cable Network Interface Connector,8-Bit 8PIN, Crystal Model Connector Twisted-Pair Cable, 120 ohm, SEYVP, 0.4 mm, 26AWG, 4Pairs, Pantone 430U Coaxial Cable, SYV-75-2-2(4.0Z)-1/0.34 mm, OD3.9 mm, Double-Layer Copper Braid Shielded

3.11 32-Channel Subscriber Cable


A 32-Channel subscriber cable connects a service board to the MDF for transmitting audio, video and data signals.

Application
One end of a 32-channel subscriber cable is a Champ 64-pin connector connected to a port of a service board, and the other end is bare wires connected to the MDF.

Appearance and Structure


Figure 3-20 shows the appearance of a 32-channel subscriber cable. Figure 3-20 Appearance of a 32-channel subscriber cable

Figure 3-21 shows the structure of a 32-channel subscriber cable.

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Figure 3-21 Structure of a 32-channel subscriber cable

Pin Assignments
Figure 3-22 shows the pin assignments of a 32-channel subscriber cable.

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Figure 3-22 Pin assignments of a 32-channel subscriber cable

Technical Specifications
Table 3-17 lists the technical specifications of a 32-channel subscriber cable.

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Table 3-17 Technical specifications of a 32-channel subscriber cable Parameter Connector Cable type Color Characteristic impedance Wire diameter of the inner conductor Wire gauge of the inner conductor Number of wires Breakdown voltage DC resistance of the inner conductor Frequency range Description Champ 64-pin Symmetrical twisted pair PANTONE 430U 100.0 ohms 0.400 mm 26 AWG 64 1000.0 V 145.0 ohms/km ADSL: 1 MHz20 MHz VDSL: 1 MHz30 MHz Frequency attenuation Capacitance 2.95 dB/100 m (1 MHz) 56 nF/km (1 kHz)

3.12 Optical Fiber


An optical fiber connects an optical port to an upstream device or optical network terminal.

Application
An optical fiber carries optical signals. It is connected as follows: l l One end of the optical fiber is connected to an optical port of a board. The other end of the optical fiber is connected to the optical distribution frame (ODF), optical port of the upper layer device, or optical port of other devices.

Appearance
The appearances of a single-mode optical fiber and a multi-mode optical fiber are the same, but their colors are different. The single-mode optical fiber is yellow, and the multi-mode optical fiber is orange. Figure 3-23 and Figure 3-24 show the appearances of single-mode optical fibers with different connectors.

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Figure 3-23 Appearance of a single-mode optical fiber with LC/PC connectors

Figure 3-24 Appearance of a single-mode optical fiber with SC/PC connectors

Fiber Selection Criterion


Table 3-18 lists the criteria for selecting optical fibers. Table 3-19 lists common optical connectors. Table 3-18 Criteria for selecting optical fibers Determine ... Length
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Determine ... Single-mode or multi-mode Optical connector type

According to ... Optical module type l Square connector: SC/PC, LC/PC, and MTRJ/PC l Round connector: ST/PC and FC/PC

Table 3-19 Common optical connectors

SC/PC connector

LC/PC connector

FC/PC connector

MTRJ/PC connector -

ST/PC connector

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About This Chapter

Electromechanical Device

This topic covers the functions, front panels, input terminals, output terminals, and specifications of the electromechanical devices for the MA5616. 4.1 EPS30-4815AF Power System The AC-powered cabinet uses the EPS30-4815AF power system to convert the AC input into the DC power for power distribution. 4.2 ESCM EMU This topic covers the function, front panel, and specifications of the ESCM environment monitoring unit (EMU). 4.3 PMIB01 Sensor Transfer Box This topic describes the application and front panel of the sensor transfer box, and provides the specifications of the sensor transfer box. 4.4 12 AH Battery The 12 AH battery is the valve regulated lead-acid (VRLA) battery whose power can be restored by charging after the battery is discharged. It can be used as the backup power supply of the device. 4.5 PBL 02A Fe-lithium Battery Module The PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module is used in an AC-powered cabinet to provide -48 V DC power backup without conversion delay.

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4.1 EPS30-4815AF Power System


The AC-powered cabinet uses the EPS30-4815AF power system to convert the AC input into the DC power for power distribution.

Function
The EPS30-4815AF power system converts one AC input into two DC outputs to implement the DC power distribution. It can be connected to one set of batteries and use its monitoring module to manage the batteries. The EPS30-4815AF power system can also use the external sensor transfer box to collect and report the status of sensors and standby detected parameters.
NOTE

The rectifier modules of the EPS30-4815AF power system work in the load balancing and mutual hot backup mode.

Appearance
Figure 4-1 shows the appearance of the EPS30-4815AF power system. Figure 4-1 Appearance of the EPS30-4815AF power system

Monitoring module Rectifier module

Configuration
Table 4-1 lists the component configuration of the EPS30-4815AF power system. Table 4-1 Component configuration of the EPS30-4815AF power system Component GERM4815T rectifier module EPMU03 monitoring module Rack-EPS30-4815AFEM AC/DC power supply unit
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The EPS30-4815AF power system can be configured with two rectifier modules, which are connected in parallel for output. Table 4-2 shows the mapping between the quantity of rectifier modules in the EPS30-4815AF power system and the maximum output current. Table 4-2 Mapping between the quantity of rectifier modules of the EPS30-4815AF power system and the maximum output current Quantity of Rectifier Modules 1 2 Maximum Output Current 15 A 30 A

Indicator
Table 4-3 describes the indicators on the rectifier module of the EPS30-4815AF power system. Table 4-3 Indicators on the rectifier module of the EPS30-4815AF power system Indicator RUN Status Steady green Off Description The rectifier module functions properly. This indicator is off when the red indicator is on or the yellow indicator is on (not caused by output overcurrent). The ALM indicator of the rectifier module is valid when PS-off, OTP, and primary protection are valid, or when overcurrent occurs. The communication of the rectifier module is interrupted. The rectifier module functions properly. The FAULT indicator of the rectifier module is valid when PS-enable and Vo-OV are valid, or when fan fault, no output, or output short circuit occurs. The rectifier module functions properly.

ALM

Steady yellow

Blinking yellow Off FAULT Steady red

Off

Table 4-4 describes the indicators on the monitoring module of the EPS30-4815AF power system.
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Table 4-4 Indicators on the monitoring module of the EPS30-4815AF power system Indicator RUN Status Green and blinking 1s on and 1s off Blinking green quickly Description The monitoring module functions properly. The monitoring module hardware is normal but the communication between the monitoring module and the upper device is abnormal. The monitoring module is faulty or there is no power input. The system generates a critical alarm or the battery is disconnected. The system does not generate any critical alarm and the battery is already connected.

Off ALM Steady red Off

Input Terminal
The EPS30-4815AF power system supports one 220 V AC power input and the standard 3-pin connector is used. Figure 4-2 shows the input terminals of the EPS30-4815AF power system. Figure 4-2 Input terminals of the EPS30-4815AF power system
AC INPUT
RUN RUN RS232/RS485 RUN FU-BT 20A LOAD1 10A LOAD2 20A FU-1 10A FU-2 20A BATT. 20A

DC OUTPUT

ALARM

ALARM

EPMU03 COM

ALM

FAULT

FAULT

GERM4815T

GERM4815T

AC INPUT

Output Terminal
The EPS30-4815AF power system supports three output terminals. The two pins on the left of the output terminal are the output positive pole and the two pins on the right of the output terminal are the output negative pole. Figure 4-3 shows the output terminals of the EPS30-4815AF power system.
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Figure 4-3 Output terminals of the EPS30-4815AF power system


AC INPUT
RUN RUN RS232/RS485 RUN FU-BT 20A LOAD1 10A LOAD2 20A FU-1 10A FU-2 20A BATT. 20A

DC OUTPUT

ALARM

ALARM

EPMU03 COM

ALM

FAULT

FAULT

GERM4815T

GERM4815T

DC OUTPUT
+ + LOAD1 10A LOAD2 20A BATT. 20A

Figure 4-4 shows the fuses of the output tributaries in the EPS30-4815AF power system. Figure 4-4 Fuses of the output tributaries in the EPS30-4815AF power system
AC INPUT
RUN RUN RS232/RS485 RUN FU-BT 20A LOAD1 10A LOAD2 20A FU-1 10A FU-2 20A BATT. 20A

DC OUTPUT

ALARM

ALARM

EPMU03 COM

ALM

FAULT

FAULT

GERM4815T

GERM4815T

FU-BT 20A

FU-1 10A

FU-2 20A

Table 4-5 shows the mapping between the fuses of the output tributaries and the load tributaries. Table 4-5 Mapping between the fuses of the output tributaries and the load tributaries Fuse of the Output Tributary FU-1 (10 A) FU-2 (20 A)
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Fuse of the Output Tributary FU-BT (20 A)

Load Tributary BATT (20 A)

Specifications
Table 4-6 lists the specifications of the EPS30-4815AF power system. Table 4-6 Specifications of the EPS30-4815AF power system Parameter Input Specification l Rated input voltage: 220 V AC (90-290 V AC) (Note that in the range of 90-176 V AC, the output current also decreases linearly, limited within a specified range.) l Maximum input current: 10 A l Frequency: 50 Hz (45-65 Hz) Output l Rated output voltage: 53.5 V DC l Voltage range: 43.2 V DC to 57.6 V DC l Output current: LOAD1: 10 A (fuse) LOAD2: 20 A (fuse) BATT: 20 A (fuse) Efficiency Operating temperature range 89% (in rated working state, 50% to 100% load) -33C to +65C (Note that in the range of +50C to +65C, the output current also decreases linearly, limited within a specified range.) Forced air cooling, with the built-in fan in the rectifier module 442 mm x 250 mm x 43.6 mm (W x D x H)

Cooling method Dimensions (excluding mounting ears)

4.2 ESCM EMU


This topic covers the function, front panel, and specifications of the ESCM environment monitoring unit (EMU).

Function
The ESCM EMU includes the environment monitoring board, terminal block, and DIP switch. It monitors the environment parameters of the whole device, such as smoke, water, door status, MDF, temperature, and humidity, and also provides the extended monitoring port.

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Structure
Figure 4-5 shows the structure of the ESCM EMU. Figure 4-5 Structure of the ESCM EMU

Captive screw

Holes for the M3 sunk screw (for unfastening)

Plastic foot

Holes for the M3 sunk screw (for fastening)

Front Panel
Figure 4-6 shows the front panel of the ESCM EMU. Figure 4-6 Front panel of the ESCM EMU

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Indicator on the Front Panel


The ESCM EMU has one indicator on its front panel. Table 4-7 describes the indicator. Table 4-7 Indicator Name RUN Color Green Status Blinking 1s on and 1s off Description The environment monitoring board in the ESCM EMU functions properly. The environment monitoring board is faulty. That is, certain alarms are generated, such as: l Alarm indicating that the MDF is faulty l Alarm indicating that the temperature or the system voltage exceeds the preset upper or lower limit Yellow Blinking 0.3s on and 0.3s off Blinking 1s on and 1s off The environment monitoring board is not registered. The environment monitoring board generates alarms that do not interrupt services. These alarms can be l Alarm of the environment analog parameter l Alarm of the external digital parameter Blinks irregularly An application program is being loaded or upgraded online. The loading speed determines the frequency of blinking. Communication between the environment monitoring board and the control board is interrupted.

Red

Blinking 0.3s on and 0.3s off

Always on

Terminal Block
Table 4-8 describes the terminal blocks of the ESCM EMU.

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Table 4-8 Terminal blocks of the ESCM EMU Silk Screen JTD1-JTD6 Function Indicate the socket for the digital parameter input. l Used to monitor digital parameters. l Connect to the monitored devices according to the application scenarios. JTD7 Applies to the smoke sensor only. Connects to the smoke sensor. JTA1-JTA2 Apply to the temperature and humidity sensor only. Connects to the temperature and humidity sensor. JAC JTM1 JTP1 JTS1 COM1 Indicates the relay output. Indicates the socket for the door status sensor. Indicates the socket for the MDF sensor. Indicates the socket for the water sensor. Communicates with the upper device in the RS-232 or RS-485 mode. l Supports the RJ45 connector. l Connects to the communication port of the active control board. COM2 Communicates with the upper system in the RS-232 or RS-485 mode. l Supports the RJ45 connector. l Connects to the communication port of the standby control board. 48VDC INPUT Indicates the socket for the power input. l The power socket has two slots. The left slot is identified as RTN (-), and the right slot NEG (+). l Connects to the -48 V output terminal of the power system. Ground terminal Connects to the ground point of the cabinet by using a ground cable. The ground terminal is located on the right upper corner at the rear of the EMU, and there is a grounding symbol to identify the ground terminal on the EMU. Supported Supported Supported Not supported Supported Supported Supported Supported Supported Supported Remarks Supported

DIP Switch
The ESCM EMU provides a DIP switch: SW1, as shown in Figure 4-7.
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Figure 4-7 Layout of SW1 on the ESCM EMU

LED COM1 DIP switch Terminal block for environment parameter COM2

Power socket

ON

S1 has eight available electrical switches. ON indicates 0, and OFF indicates 1. Table 4-9 describes the settings of SW1. Table 4-9 Settings of SW1 Electrical Switch SW1-1 to SW1-4 Setting Supported Indication Used to set the address of the environment monitoring board. Factory Default SW1-1: ON SW1-2: ON SW1-3: OFF SW1-4: OFF SW1-5 SW1-6 Not supported ON OFF SW1-7 ON OFF SW1-8 ON OFF The rate of the serial port is 19200 bit/s. The rate of the serial port is 9600 bit/ s. The external sensor of JTA1 is of the current type. The external sensor of JTA1 is of the voltage type. The external sensor of JTA2 is of the current type. The external sensor of JTA2 is of the voltage type. ON ON ON OFF

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When the ESCM EMU adopts the RS-485 communication mode, SW1-1 to SW1-4 are used to set the address of the environment monitoring board. Table 4-10 shows the settings of SW1-1 to SW1-4. Table 4-10 Settings of SW1-1 to SW1-4 SW1-4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SW1-3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 SW1-2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 SW1-1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 Address Value 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F

Specifications
Table 4-11 lists specifications of the ESCM EMU. Table 4-11 Specifications of the ESCM EMU EMU ESCM Dimensions (W x D x H) 185 mm x 150 mm x 35 mm

4.3 PMIB01 Sensor Transfer Box


This topic describes the application and front panel of the sensor transfer box, and provides the specifications of the sensor transfer box.
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Function
The sensor transfer box provides various sensor ports to connect the EMU and external sensors.

Overview
The sensor transfer box is an optional part. It provides diverse sensor ports to connect the monitoring unit to the sensors.

Front Panel
Figure 4-8 shows the PMIB01 sensor transfer box. Figure 4-8 Front panel of the PMIB01 sensor transfer box

Sensor Port
Figure 4-9 and Table 4-12 describe the sensor ports of the PMIB01 sensor transfer box.

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Figure 4-9 Sensor ports of the PMIB01 sensor transfer box


JAC6 JKM4 SIM2 JAC5 JKM3 SIM 1 JAC4 JKM2 JTP1 JAC3 JKM1 JTM1 JAC2 JK 2 SMOKE JAC1 JK1 FU_ALM

VTEM2 VBTEM2

JTD7

JTD6

JTD5

TEM_HU JTD1

WATER BAT_WE

JTD4

JTD3

JTD2

J1

Table 4-12 Pin Function of the Sensor Ports Silk Screen BAT_W E Signal Port Sensor port of battery temperature 1 Pin Function l Pin 1 is for grounding. l Pin 2 is for the signal cable. l Pin 3 is reserved. l Pin 4 is for the +12 V power supply. The external sensor outputs the 0-5 V voltage signal. VBTEM 2 Sensor port of battery temperature 2 l Pin 1 is for the +24 V power supply. l Pin 2 is for the temperature signal cable. The external sensor outputs the 4-20 mA current signal. l Pin 1 is for the +12 V power supply. l Pin 2 is for the signal cable. l Pin 3 is for grounding. l Pin 4 is reserved. When the impedance between pin 2 and pin 3 drops to a certain range, alarms are triggered. TEM_H U Sensor port of temperature and humidity 1 l Pin 1 and pin 3 are for the +24 V power supply. l Pin 2 is for the temperature signal cable. l Pin 4 is for the humidity signal cable.
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WATER

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Silk Screen VTEM2

Signal Port Sensor port of temperature and humidity 2

Pin Function l Pin 1 is for the +24 V power supply. l Pin 2 is for the temperature signal cable. The external sensor outputs the 4-20 mA current signal. l Pin 1 is for the signal cable. l Pin 2 is reserved. l Pin 1 is for the signal cable. l Pin 2 is for the +24 V power supply. l Pin 1 is for the signal cable. l Pin 2 is for the +24 V power supply. By default, when pin 1 and pin 2 are connected, the door is in the normal state; when they are disconnected, alarms are triggered. If no door-status sensor is used, connect pin 1 and pin 2 to disable doorstatus alarms.

Remarks -

JTP1

Sensor port of the MDF Smoke sensor port Door-status sensor port

Used

SMOKE

JTM1

Used

JK1, JK2

Alarm digital ports

The maximum voltage is 60 VDC and the maximum load current is 500 mA. l When minor alarms are generated, JK2 is short-circuited. l When critical alarms are generated, JK1 is short-circuited. l Users can define alarm levels through the BAM program.

Reserved

JKM1JKM4 SIM1, SIM2 JAC1JAC6

Digital ports Battery unbalanced sensor ports Output ports of the optical coupler

The maximum voltage is 5.6 VDC and the maximum current is 20 mA. l Pin 1 is for the signal cable. l Pin 2 is reserved. Pin 1 and pin 2 are connected to pole C and pole E of the optical coupler. The optical coupling parameter Vce max is 40 VDC and Ic max is 80 mA. Avoid setting the parameters to the maximum values. l Pin 1 is for the signal cable FU1+ and is connected to the negative pole of the battery. l Pin 2 is reserved for the FU1- signal.

Reserved

FU_AL M

Detecting port of the battery fuse

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Silk Screen JTD1JTD7

Signal Port Input ports of the standby Boolean value

Pin Function l Pin 1 is for the +24 V power supply. l Pin 2 is for the +12 V power supply. l Pin 3 is for the signal cable. l Pin 4 is for grounding. According to the actual requirements, access related passive digital signals to pins 2 and pin 3.

Remarks Reserved

J1

DB50 port

The port connects the monitoring transfer board and the monitoring board to input the sensor signals and the output the control signals.

NOTE

"JTD1-JTD7" are the input ports of the standby Boolean value. By default, the sensors are not configured. You can determine the type of signal to be accessed. With related configuration, the monitor unit can monitor them.

Specifications
Table 4-13 lists the specifications of the PMIB01 sensor transfer box. Table 4-13 Specifications of the PMIB01 sensor transfer box Sensor Transfer Box PMIB01 Dimensions (W x D x H) 140 mm x 96 mm x 31 mm

4.4 12 AH Battery
The 12 AH battery is the valve regulated lead-acid (VRLA) battery whose power can be restored by charging after the battery is discharged. It can be used as the backup power supply of the device.

CAUTION
After the device is powered on, the battery parameters need to be configured in time.

Appearance
Figure 4-10 shows the appearance of the 12 AH battery.
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Figure 4-10 Appearance of the 12 AH battery

Specifications
Table 4-14 lists the specifications of the 12 AH battery. Table 4-14 Specifications of the 12 AH battery Parameter Voltage of a single battery Rated capacity Equalized charging voltage Float charging voltage Specification 12 V 12 AH l Battery: 14.1 V l Battery group (four batteries in serial connection): 56.5 V l Battery: 13.65 V l Battery group (four batteries in serial connection): 53.5 V Maximum charging current Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight 3.6 A 98 mm x 151 mm x 100 mm 4.2 kg

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The battery charging status can be float charging or equalized charging, as described in the following: l Equalized charging: It is a method that fully charges the discharged battery quickly by constant voltage and limited current. The voltage is usually set high. This method balances the capacity among batteries in a battery group. l Float charging: It is a charging method that preserves full charge for the battery by constant voltage. The voltage is usually set low.

4.5 PBL 02A Fe-lithium Battery Module


The PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module is used in an AC-powered cabinet to provide -48 V DC power backup without conversion delay.

Function
The PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module is applicable to the -48 V DC power system and stays in the online float charging state when it is fully charged. When the power module output is abnormal (except in an overvoltage event), the PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module provides -48 V DC power without conversion delay. The built-in battery management unit of the PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module implements the following functions: l l l Manages charging and discharging of the battery group. Provides various protections. Reports the running status and alarms of the battery module by using an alarm indication port (RS-485 serial port or dry contact port).

Appearance
Figure 4-11 shows the appearance of the PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module. Figure 4-11 Appearance of the PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module
Activation port Grounding point Switch RS-485 serial port Running status indicator Dry contact port Alarm indicator

Power port

Battery voltage measurement port

Battery capacity indicators

Indicator
Table 4-15 describes the indicators of the PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module.
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Table 4-15 Indicators of the PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module Indicator RUN: running status indicator Status Blinking green slowly Blinking green quickly ALM: alarm indicator Steady red Description The battery module is communicating with the main device. The battery module does not communicate with the main device. A critical alarm is generated indicating that the battery module is faulty or reaches its end of life. No critical alarm is generated. The battery is fully charged or idle. The battery is being charged. The battery is being discharged.

Off SOC: battery capacity indicators Steady green Blinking green slowly Blinking green quickly

NOTE

There are four SOC indicators, each indicating 25% of the total capacity. The leftmost SOC indicator indicates the largest capacity and the rightmost SOC indicator the smallest.

Port
Table 4-16 describes the ports of the PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module. Table 4-16 Ports of the PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module Silk Screen BAT(-)/BAT(+) Function Power port. It obtains -48 V DC power from external and is used for charging and discharging. Activation port (12-24 V, 4-20 mA). It obtains -12 V power from external. Its protection requirements are the same as those of the DC output port of the device, and it uses a design that protects against inverse cable connector insertion. Remarks OT terminal (M4 x 10 screw)

ACTIVATION

After being activated by voltage/current from the main device, the battery module sets up a connection to the main device. Once the connection is set up, the main device cancels the activation voltage/ current and the battery can be normally charged or discharged. If no connection is set up, the main device restores the activation voltage/current.

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Silk Screen CELL

Function Voltage measurement port. It is used to detect the battery voltage when the battery module is not activated. RS-485 serial port. It is used to report the running status and fault alarms of the battery module. Dry contact port. It is used to output dry contact alarms based on the connect/disconnect status of a normally open relay.

Remarks A multimeter is connected to this port to measure the battery voltage.

RS485

This port complies with the master-slave node communication protocol between the battery module and the main device.

ALM-OUT

This port is used when the peer device does not support the RS-485 serial port.

Specifications
Table 4-17 lists the specifications of the PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module. Table 4-17 Specifications of the PBL 02A Fe-lithium battery module Parameter Rated capacity Operating voltage Charging voltage Discharging voltage Maximum charging current Operating temperature Storage temperature Dimensions (W x D x H) Value 10 AH 48 V DC (39-60 V DC) 56.5 V DC 48 V DC (40-56 V DC) 5 A (surge current) -10C to +60C -40C to +65C l 442 mm x 243 mm x 43.6 mm (excluding mounting ears) l 482.6 mm x 243 mm x 43.6 mm (including mounting ears)

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A
A AC ADSL2+ B BRA D DC DSP E EMI ESC F FC FE G GE GND GPON I IP

Acronyms and Abbreviations

alternating current asymmetric digital subscriber line 2plus

base rate adaptation

direct current digital signal processor

electromagnetic interference electric supervisory channel

ferrule connector fast Ethernet

gigabit Ethernet ground gigabit passive optical network

Internet Protocol

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ISDN L LC M MDF O ODF P PC PGND PHY PON POTS PSTN S SC SCU SFF SFP SHDSL STP U UTOPIA UTP V VDSL VoIP X xDSL

integrated services digital network

lucent connector

main distribution frame

optical distribution frame

physical connect protection ground physical sublayer & physical layer passive optical network plain old telephone service public switched telephone network

square connector service control unit small form factor small form-factor pluggable single-line high speed digital subscriber line shielded twisted pair

universal test & operations PHY interface for ATM unshielded twisted pair

very high speed digital subscriber line voice over IP

x digital subscriber line

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