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Contents
Safety instructions & Before Starting
1
Protective measures
1.1
Protection from exclusively high contact voltages
1.2
Protection from escaping laser light
1.3
Protective grounding
2
Handling
2.1
Handling of modules with electrostatic sensitive devices
2.2
Handling optical fiber connectors and lines
2.3
Handling batteries
3
Notes
3.1
Notes on operating the device
3.2
Notes on working on the subracks
3.3
Weight information
3.4
Parts with high operating temperature
4
PC safety instruction
4.1
PC safety
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Before Starting
5.1
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Protective measures

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LASER AND GLASS FIBER
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Fig. 1 Protective measures

Any installation, adjustment, maintenance or repair of the apparatus must only be


carried out by trained, authorized personnel. At all times, personnel must comply with
all safety notices and instructions.
Specific hazards are indicated by symbol labels on or near the affected parts of the
equipment. The labels conform to BS5378, are triangular in shape, and are colored
black on a yellow background. An informative text label may accompany the symbol
label.
Hazard labeling is supplemented by safety notices in the appropriate handbook.
These notices contain additional information on the nature of the hazard and may
also specify precautions. The notices are categorized as either Warnings or Cautions
and are presented in the format shown below.

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1.1

Protection from exclusively high contact voltages

When the power supply is involved, VDE 0105 (operation of power installations),
which describes the safety measures required, must be observed.

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1.2

Protection from escaping laser light

Synchronous optical fiber systems contain laser equipment. In the case of operation
in a closed system, this equipment meets the safety level of Class 1 laser
equipment.

Devices and modules which carry one


of these signs are fitted with laser
equipment.

LASER CLASS 1

Transmission systems which are fitted with optical laser amplifier modules are
assigned to Danger Class 3A, taking into account foreseeable malfunctions. They are
identified by the following labeling of the amplifier modules:
Laser Klasse 3A Nicht in den Strahl
blicken, auch nicht mit optischen
Instrumenten, Sendebetrieb nur im
geschlossenen optischen System.

Class 3A Laser Product


Do not stare into beam or view directly
with optical instruments. Operate in a
closed optical loop only.

For safe operation of the whole optical section, activation of the laser safety
shutdown with blocking of the automatic cyclical laser startup is provided. Installation
must be done in a closed system with protection.
To avoid damage to health, the regulations on laser radiation safety (DIN VDE
0837/IEC 825) must be observed.

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1.3

Protective grounding

Prior to connecting the external cabling to the system rack, the rack frame must be
grounded. This grounding must remain for as long as cables are connected externally
to the equipment.

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Handling

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Handling of modules with electrostatic sensitive


devices

All modules contain electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD)!

Modules that bear this label have electrostatic sensitive devices, i.e. when handling
them the required safety measures must be configured with.
When modules with the electrostatic sensitive device symbol are packed, unpacked,
touched, extracted or inserted, grounding bracelets must always be worn. This
ensures that the modules are not damaged.
ESD

For this purpose, there are two appropriately marked grounding sockets
on the rack, that accommodate the connecting plug of the grounding
bracelet.

Every printed circuit board has a grounding outer edge, which is connected to the
ground of the module, by which the board can be held. Touching the component
terminals, the contacts of the SIEDECON plug connector or the conductor tracks
(even if you are grounded correctly) must be avoided.
When modules are removed and inserted while installation and maintenance work is
being carried out, the insertion and extraction aids fitted to them must be used.
Modules which are in a screened, unopened housing are protected in any case.
European Standard EN50082-1 gives guidelines for appropriate handling of electorstatic sensitive devices.

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No special rules must be observed when handling subracks.


There is danger of injury when the cover of the subrack is open. For this reason,
while working on the subrack, the subrack cover must be lifted in the open state and
then removed.
On completion, this cover must be replaced and closed.
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Safety instructions & Before Starting

2.2

Handling optical fiber connectors and lines

Optical connectors are precision parts and must be handled accordingly. Perfect
function is only ensured if the following points are observed:

Optical fiber connectors must always be protected from mechanical damage and
dirt by a protective cap. The dust protection caps should only be removed
immediately before fitting.

After the dust protection caps are removed, the faces of the optical fiber plugs
must be checked for cleanliness and cleaned if necessary. For cleaning, the
optical fiber cleaning tool C52334-A380-A926 or a perfectly clean, lint-free
cellulose cloth or chamois leather can be used. Freon TF, isopropyl alcohol (99%)
or spirit can be used as the cleaning fluid.

Mechanical damage to the faces of optical connectors reduces transmission


quality (increases attenuation), impact stresses must therefore be avoided when
handling the connectors.
Optical fiber lines must never be bent to a radius of less than 30 mm!
Achtung!
Laser und Glasfaser
mechanisch nicht belasten
Follow instructions about mechanical handling of lasers
CAUTION
and optical fibers on the optical modules.
LASER AND GLASS FIBER
MUST NOT BE PHYSICALLY
DAMAGED OR STRAINED

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2.3

Handling batteries

To avoid loss of data, replacement of the battery must be handled by the


manufacturer. Therefore the module (e.g. system controller unit) has to be removed
as described in the MMN manual and sent in a special cover (ESD protection) to the
manufacturer.
The lithium battery on the module must be replaced with an identical type or one
recommended by the manufacturer.
If it is replaced incorrectly, there is danger of explosion.
The lithium battery must be disposed of according to the local regulations for disposal
of special waste.

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Notes

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3.1

Notes on operating the device

The device must only be operated with the cover closed.

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3.2

Notes on working on the subracks

There is danger of injury when the cover of the subrack is open. For this reason,
while working on the subrack, the subrack cover must be lifted in the open state and
then removed. On completion, the subrack cover must be replaced and closed.

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3.3

Weight information
MAXIMUM
EQUIPMENT
WT. 28 KG

UNEQUIPPED

Note the weight data given in subrack label.

WT. 12 KG

Maximum safe lifting weight for one person


= 18 kg.
subrack empty weight = 12 kg
subrack full weight = 28 kg
The weight shown in kilograms is only
approximate.

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3.4

Parts with high operating temperature

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Certain parts (e.g. heat sinks) operate at a high temperature. You


can get injured when touching these parts!
Caution When the subrack cover is opened these parts are
accessible!

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PC safety instruction

Fig. 2 PC Safety Instruction

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4.1

PC safety

Transport the device only in its original packaging, or equivalent, to protect it from
knocks and jolts.

During installation and before operating the device, observe any instructions on
environmental conditions in the Operating manual of the device.

If the device is brought into the installation site from a cold environment,
condensation can form. Before operating the device, wait until it is absolutely dry
and has reached approximately the same temperature as the installation site.

Ensure that the local line voltage remains within the range of this device. Check
the rated voltage set for this device (see the Operating Manual and type plate of
the device).

The device has a specially approved power cable and must only be connected to a
grounded wall outlet.

Ensure that the power socket on the device or the grounded wall outlet is freely
accessible.

The power switch does not disconnect the device from the line voltage. To
disconnect the line voltage completely, remove the power plug from the grounded
power outlet (see also the Operating Manual of the device).

Connect the device and the attached peripherals to the same circuit.
Lay all cables so that nobody can stand on them or trip over them. Refer to the
relevant notes in the Operating Manual when connecting the device.

No data transmission cable should be connected or disconnected during a


thunderstorm.

Please ensure that no objects or liquids can get into the interior of the device
(electrical shock, short circuit).

In emergency cases (e.g., damaged casing, elements or cables, penetration of


liquids or foreign matter), switch off the device immediately, remove the power
connector and contact your sales office or customer service.

Only qualified technicians may repair the device. Unauthorized repair may
represent a serious hazard to the user (electric shock, fire risk).

Proper operation of the device (in accordance with IEC 950/EN60950) is only
ensured if the casing is completely assembled and the rear covers are in place
(electric shock, cooling, fire protection, interference suppression).

When cleaning the device, observe the relevant notes in the Operating Manual.

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Before opening the device, first switch it off and then disconnect the power plug.
When opening the device observe the instructions in the associated Operating
Manual or Technical Manual. Install only system expansions that satisfy the
requirements and rules governing safety and electromagnetic compatibility and
relationing to telecommunications terminal equipment. If you install other
expansions, you may damage the system or violate the safety regulations and
regulations governing RFI suppression. Information on which system expansions
are suitable can be obtained from the customer service or your sales office. The
components (e.g. power supply) marked with a warning sign (e.g. lightning sign)
may only be opened, removed or exchanged by authorized, qualified personnel.

The warranty is voided if the device is damaged during the installation or


replacement of system expansions.

You may set only those resolutions and refresh rates specified in the Technical

data section of the monitor description. Otherwise you may damage your monitor.

Batteries must only be disposed of in accordance with local regulations concerning


special waste.

Data cables to peripheral devices must be adequately shielded.


WARNING
Incorrect replacement of the device's battery may lead to a risk of explosion.
The battery may be replaced only with an identical battery or with a type
recommended by the manufacturer.

4.1.1

CE certificate

The PC complies with the requirements of the EEC directive 89/336/EEC


Electromagnetic compatibility and 73/23/EEC Low voltage directive with amending
directive 93/67/EEC.

4.1.2

Notes on the laser

The following applies if your PC is equipped with a CD-ROM drive.


The CD-ROM drive contains an LED (light emitting diode) classified according to IEC
825-1:1993:LASER KLASSE 1.

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5.1

FlexiPacket Microwave Course

The main objective of this course is to provide the participant with information on
FlexiPacket Field Installation and Commissioning.
All the aspect concerning FirstMile 200, HUB800 and Outdoor Unit field installation
and Commissioning will be treated in detail.
FlexiPacket Microwave (see Fig. 3) is the microwave solution for Ethernet transport
equipment.
It is composed by 2 different components:

FlexiPacket Radio: the Microwave outdoor unit equipment able to transmit over the
air an Ethernet flow.

FlexiPacket Hub: it is a switch able to mix the incoming Ethernet and E1 flows into
an outcoming Ethernet flow ready to be transmitted on the air by the ODU.

FlexiPacket MultiRadio
Stand alone Network Element
Capacity up to 450 Mbps per carrier
Up to 256QAM
Adaptive Modulation
3,5/ 7/ 14/ 28/ 56 MHz
Synchronization over Ethernet

Indoor devices
FlexiPacket FirstMile
FlexiPacket HUB 800

Radio Access integrated solution

Carrier Ethernet Switches


built-in specific support for Radio
TDM transport over Ethernet
FlexiBTS transport card

Fig. 3 FlexiPacket Microwave

The next chapter will give to the participants a general overview about the system
before entering inside the detail of the installation and Commissioning Items
WARNING
This manual includes information about FlexiPacket Radio (FPR) and
FlexiPacket MultiRadio (FPMR). Please, skip the chapters that are not relative
to the customer system.

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