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Rack and PDP300DFT
Installation Guide



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Revision History
Manual
Version
Revision Date Section Affected Change Description
Rack and Components Add ETSI-compliant rack description.
V1.3 July 29, 2012
Cabling in the Rack Add the MN5200 cabling example.
V1.2 December 30, 2011 PDP300DFT Description Modify PDP300DFT spec and DIP Switch description.
V1.1 June 30, 2011 PDP300DFT Description
Eight outputs are in two groups, each group corresponding to one
input respectively.
V1.0 November 11, 2008 All New document



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Contents
About This Guide ........................................................................................................1
Introduction........................................................................................................................1
Conventions.......................................................................................................................1
Notice Icons...................................................................................................................1
Figures and Screen Captures .......................................................................................1
1 Rack Components and Installation..................................................................3
Rack and Components......................................................................................................3
Installing the Rack .............................................................................................................6
Drilling Holes in the Floor ..............................................................................................6
Anchoring a Rack ..........................................................................................................6
Installing Alarm LED..........................................................................................................6
Installing SAICEXT............................................................................................................8
Installing MUTE/ACO Button...........................................................................................12
Removing Rack Top/Bottom Covers...............................................................................14
2 PDP300DFT Description and Installation.......................................................15
PDP300DFT Description .................................................................................................15
Function Descriptions..................................................................................................15
Front Panel ..................................................................................................................16
Interface Descriptions..................................................................................................17
DIP Switch SW2 Settings ............................................................................................18
PDP300DFT Specification...........................................................................................19
Installing PDP300DFT.....................................................................................................20
3 Power Supply and Grounding.........................................................................23
Rack Grounding...............................................................................................................23
Power Supply to PDP300DFT.........................................................................................24
PDP300DFT Grounding ..................................................................................................28
4 Cabling in the Rack..........................................................................................31
Installing the Cable Blocks ..............................................................................................31
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Cabling in the Rack..........................................................................................................32
Sending Alarm to SAICEXT.............................................................................................35
Sending Alarm to PDP300DFT........................................................................................36
A Appendix .......................................................................................................... 37
Installation Accessories ...................................................................................................37



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List of Tables
Table 1 Rack LEDs .....................................................................................................................6
Table 2 PDP300DFT LED and Button Descriptions..................................................................16
Table 3 PDP300DFT Interface Descriptions.............................................................................17
Table 4 PDP300DFT Alarm Input/output Connector Pins Description......................................18
Table 5 PDP300DFT SW2 Settings ..........................................................................................19
Table 6 PDP300DFT Technical Specifications .........................................................................19
Table 7 PDP300DFT Power Cable Label Descriptions.............................................................26
Table 8 IEC 19-inch Rack Installation Accessories...................................................................37
Table 9 ETSI 600 Rack Installation Accessories ......................................................................38

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List of Figures
Figure 1 IEC-compliant 19-inch Rack and Components.............................................................4
Figure 2 ETSI-compliant Rack and Components........................................................................5
Figure 3 Removing LED Bracket.................................................................................................7
Figure 4 Fixing LEDs onto Bracket .............................................................................................8
Figure 5 SAICEXT Box Position..................................................................................................8
Figure 6 Removing SAICEXT Box ..............................................................................................9
Figure 7 Fixing SAICEXT and Buzzer.......................................................................................10
Figure 8 Plugging Alarm LEDs into SAICEXT Ports.................................................................10
Figure 9 SAICEXT Interfaces for Connecting LEDs .................................................................11
Figure 10 Installing LEDs in Place............................................................................................11
Figure 11 Installing SAICEXT in Place .....................................................................................12
Figure 12 MUTE and ACO Button Positions.............................................................................13
Figure 13 Installing MUTE and ACO Buttons ...........................................................................13
Figure 14 Removing Rack Top Cover.......................................................................................14
Figure 15 Removing Rack Bottom Cover .................................................................................14
Figure 16 PDP300DFT Front Panel ..........................................................................................16
Figure 17 PDP300DFT View without Front Cover ....................................................................17
Figure 18 PDP300DFT Alarm Input/output Connector .............................................................18
Figure 19 PDP300DFT SW2.....................................................................................................18
Figure 20 Installing Air Breaker.................................................................................................20
Figure 21 Installing Mounting Nuts ...........................................................................................21
Figure 22 Mounting PDP300DFT in Rack.................................................................................21
Figure 23 Rack Ground Cable ..................................................................................................23
Figure 24 Rack Grounding........................................................................................................24
Figure 25 Removing PDP300DFT Front Panel.........................................................................25
Figure 26 Connecting Copper Lugs to Power Cable ................................................................26
Figure 27 PDP300DFT Power Supply ......................................................................................26
Figure 28 PDP300DFT Power Cabling.....................................................................................27
Figure 29 PDP300DFT Ground Cable......................................................................................28
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Figure 30 Connecting Ground Cable to Copper Plate..............................................................28
Figure 31 Connecting Ground Cable to Rack Inner Grounding Point ......................................29
Figure 32 Connecting Rack Inner Grounding Point to Mounting Bar .......................................29
Figure 33 Connecting Rack Inner Grounding Point to PDP300DFT ........................................30
Figure 34 Removing Cable Block .............................................................................................31
Figure 35 Positioning Cable Block............................................................................................32
Figure 36 SpectralWave MN5200 Cabling in the Rack ............................................................32
Figure 37 SpectralWave MN3100 E1 cabling in Rack..............................................................33
Figure 38 SpectralWave MN3100 and MN4100 cabling in ETSI rack......................................34
Figure 39 Sending Alarm to SAICEXT......................................................................................35
Figure 40 Sending Alarms to PDP300DFT...............................................................................36



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About This Guide

Introduction
This installation guide provides an overview of the Rack and PDP300DFT for the
SpectralWave series, and describes the installation procedures and cabling methods.
Conventions
This guide may contain notice icons, figures, screen captures, and certain
typographical conventions. These conventions are described below.
Notice Icons
The following table lists notice icons used in this guide.
Icon Notice Type Description

Note
A note providing important information or instructions but is not
hazard-related.

Caution
Information to alert of potential damage to a program, data, system, or
device. If not avoided, may result in minor or moderate damage. It may
also alert against unsafe practices and potential program, data,
system, or device damage.

Warning
Information to alert of operations that may cause an accident, personal
injury, fatality or potential electrical hazard. If not avoided, could result
in serious injury or even death.

ESD
Special handling instructions for components sensitive to electrostatic
discharge damage.

Figures and Screen Captures
This guide provides figures and screen captures as examples. These examples
contain sample data which may differ from the actual data on an installed system.


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Rack Components and Installation


This chapter contains the following topics:
Rack and components
Installing the Rack
Installing the Alarm LED
Installing the SAICEXT module
Installing the MUTE/ACO button
Removing rack top/bottom covers
Rack and Components
NEC provides two kinds of racks for SpectralWave product family, one is an IEC-
compliant 19-inch rack, and the other is an ETSI-compliant rack. The dimensions of
the two kinds of racks are: 2200 mm height, 600 mm width and 600 mm depth.
The IEC-compliant 19-inch rack is shown in Figure 1, and the ETSI-compliant rack is
shown in Figure 2. Both kinds of racks have several optional components, including
the Alarm LED, SAICEXT module, and MUTE/ACO button.
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Figure 1 IEC-compliant 19-inch Rack and Components


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Figure 2 ETSI-compliant Rack and Components


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Installing the Rack
In addition to the information provided in this section, follow the manufacturer's
instructions for drilling holes in the floor and installing the rack.
Drilling Holes in the Floor
Follow the anchor bolt manufacturer's instructions and these precautions when drilling
anchor holes in the floor:
Before attempting to drill the mounting holes into the floor, set up the drilling rig
according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Safety goggles, dust masks, and ear plugs must be worn by all installation
personnel, including those in the vicinity of personnel operating the drill
equipment.
To prevent personal injury, follow the manufacturer's instructions when using any
power tools.
Dust from concrete floor is harmful to the equipment and wiring. Use a tarpaulin,
cloth, or plastic sheeting to cover exposed equipment.
Carefully clean up any accumulated debris remaining from drilling holes before
anchoring the rack.
Anchoring a Rack
After the rack is secured to the floor, verify that it is balanced and level. Racks that
are not level may prevent side-by-side racks from seating properly on the floor and
create a tipping hazard.
Installing Alarm LED
There are four LEDs on the top of the rack. They are: Power, Critical, Major and
Minor. The LED colors and their corresponding meanings are listed in Table 1.
Table 1 Rack LEDs
Symbol Color Description
OFF The NE in the rack has failed or is not powered on.
Power
Green ON The NE has powered on.
OFF No critical alarms.
Critical
Red ON The NE has a critical alarms
OFF No major alarm.
Major
Red ON The NE has a major alarm.
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Symbol Color Description
OFF No minor alarm.
Minor
Yellow ON The NE has a minor alarm.

The installation procedure is as follows:
1 Remove the bracket that will hold the LEDs, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 Removing LED Bracket

2 Fix the LEDs onto the bracket, as shown in Figure 4. The colors of the alarm LED
indicators and their corresponding labels are listed in Table 1. Ensure that the
LEDs are installed in the correct sequence.
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Figure 4 Fixing LEDs onto Bracket

Installing SAICEXT
Usually, the external alarms of the NE are sent to the rack through a SAICEXT
module. Follow the steps below to connect the cables accordingly.
Or, the external alarms of the NE can be sent to the PDP300DFT. Please refer to the
section Sending Alarm to PDP300DFT on page 36.
The procedures for SAIXEXT installation and external alarm sending are as follows:
1 The position of the SAICEXT box is as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5 SAICEXT Box Position

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2 Loosen the screws and remove the box, as shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6 Removing SAICEXT Box

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3 Install SAICEXT in the box and fix a buzzer onto the box, as shown in Figure 7.
Figure 7 Fixing SAICEXT and Buzzer

4 Connect the LEDs to the corresponding port on SAICEXT, as shown in Figure 8
and Figure 9.
Figure 8 Plugging Alarm LEDs into SAICEXT Ports

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Figure 9 SAICEXT Interfaces for Connecting LEDs

5 Connect the buzzer to the BUZZER port on SAICEXT.
6 Install the LEDs in place, as shown in Figure 10.
Figure 10 Installing LEDs in Place

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7 Install the SAICEXT box in place, as shown in Figure 11.
Figure 11 Installing SAICEXT in Place

Installing MUTE/ACO Button
The installation procedure is as follows:
1 The positions of the MUTE and ACO buttons in the rack are as shown in Figure
12.
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Figure 12 MUTE and ACO Button Positions

2 Install the MUTE and ACO buttons on the rack, as shown in Figure 13.
Figure 13 Installing MUTE and ACO Buttons

3 Connect MUTE and ACO Buttons to the MUTE and ACO ports on SAICEXT.
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Removing Rack Top/Bottom Covers
For overhead cabling, remove the left and right covers on the top of the rack for
cabling, as shown in Figure 14. For under-floor cabling, remove the left and right
covers at the bottom of the rack for cabling, as shown in Figure 15.
Figure 14 Removing Rack Top Cover

Figure 15 Removing Rack Bottom Cover


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PDP300DFT Description and
Installation
This chapter contains the following topics:
PDP300DFT Description
PDP300DFT Installation
PDP300DFT Description
Function Descriptions
The PDP300DFT Power Distribution Panel is used for the -48 VDC power supply
system, providing DC power supply and overload protection for the NEs. PDP300DFT
has two -48 VDC inputs and eight -48 VDC outputs. Individual outputs are overload
protected by replaceable circuit breakers.
PDP300DFT has a single replaceable alarm/control module. This module is used to
indicate the PDP300DFT SPD (Surge Protection Device) status and monitors the
over/under-voltage status. This module can also receive alarm status signals from the
system and in turn displays these alarms on the front panel LED indicators.
PDP300DFT also transmits its alarms to the rack for remote alarm management.
PDP300DFT has the following features:
Eight -48 VDC power output terminals, each with circuit breaker protection. Each
output has a maximum current capacity of 50 A. The eight output terminals are in
two groups, one is A1 - A4 and the other is B1 - B4.
Dual power input terminals (A and B), each with circuit breaker protected. Each
input terminal has a maximum current capacity of 80A. Each input terminal
corresponds to one output group. That is, input A corresponds to output terminals
A1 - A4, and input B corresponds to output terminal B1 - B4 (Refer to Figure 17).
When PDP300DFT provide power supply to an NE, the user must use two output
terminals in different groups to achieve a 1+1 power input protection.
Receives alarms from NE or sends out alarms.
Audible and visual alarm status indicators for connected NEs and the
PDP300DFT itself.
Mute/test buttons for turning off the audible alarm or testing the LEDs.
Two power inputs with over-voltage/under-voltage detection:
- -48 V mode: Input voltage range is -39.5 2% VDC to -60 VDC
- -60 V mode: Input voltage range is -52 VDC to -71.5 2% VDC

Note: The measurement error is 2%.
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Front Panel
The front panel of the PDP300DFT has five LED indicators and a button, as shown in
Figure 16. Table 2 describes the PDP300DFT LED and button functionalities.
Figure 16 PDP300DFT Front Panel

Table 2 PDP300DFT LED and Button Descriptions
Name Color Status Description
POWER A Green LED ON: Normal operation.
LED OFF: No input power or the
power inputs polarity is
reversed.
LED Flash (0.3s interval): Over-
voltage or under-voltage.
This LED indicates input As power
status.
The over/under voltage range
depends on which of the two input
voltage modes (-48 VDC or -60 VDC)
is selectable via DIP switch SW2.
POWER B Green LED ON: Normal operation.
LED OFF: No input power or the
power inputs polarity is
reversed.
LED Flash (0.3s interval): Over-
voltage or under-voltage.
This LED indicates input Bs power
status.
The over/under voltage range
depends on which of the two input
voltage modes (-48 VDC or -60 VDC)
is selectable via DIP switch SW2.
CRITICAL Red LED ON: The power inputs
polarity is reversed, or there is a
critical alarm on the NE.
LED OFF: Normal operation.
In the following two situations the LED
will be ON:
The two power inputs polarities are
reversed.
Critical alarm(s) are received from the
NE.
MAJOR Red LED ON: Major NE alarm(s).
LED OFF: Normal operation.
The LED will be ON when major
alarms are received from the NE.
MINOR Yellow LED ON: Minor NE alarm(s), or
there is an SPD alarm
LED OFF: Normal operation.
In the following two situations the LED
will be ON:
Minor alarms are received from the
NE.
There is an SPD alarm.
ACO/TEST
Button
Clear alarm sound indication or
test the LED indicators.
Press this button to temporarily turn
OFF a current audible alarm
indication.
Under normal operating conditions,
when this button is pressed it will test
the LED indicators.

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Interface Descriptions
PDP300DFT input/output connection terminals are on the front of the PDP300DFT
behind the front cover panel. All cables connecting to the PDP300DFT are routed
from below. Figure 17 shows a front view of the PDP300DFT with the cover panel
removed and Table 3 describes its interfaces.
Figure 17 PDP300DFT View without Front Cover

Table 3 PDP300DFT Interface Descriptions
No. Description
1 Lightning protector
2 Indicator and button connector
3 Four alarm input/output connectors
4 Alarm output connector (reserved for future use)
5 Eight power output breakers
6
Eight power output terminals (-48V). Output terminals A1 - A4 correspond to input
terminal A, and output terminals B1 - B4 correspond to input terminal B.
7 Power input terminal B (-48V)
8 Power input terminal A (-48V)
9 Two power input return terminals (0V)
10 Eight power output return terminals (0V)
11 Five protection ground terminals (For the NEs)
12 One protection ground terminal (to the rack mounting bar)
PDP300DFT provides the following connection terminals:
Power input terminal A and B: Capable of connecting cable sizes from 12 mm
2
to
16 mm
2
. Total current must not exceed 80 A (Total current of all output
connections). To achieve 1+1 power input protection, power supply must be
connected to both power input terminal A and B.
Power output terminal: Eight independent output terminals, each with a
corresponding circuit breaker for overload protection. When providing power
supply to an NE, two power output terminals in different group must be used to
achieve 1+1 power input protection. For example, you can use output terminals
A1&B1, A2&B2, A3&B3 or A4&B4 for an NE.
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Alarm input connectors (M, S1, S2, and S3) (Refer to Figure 18): RJ-45
connectors which receive LED/buzzer control signals, connected with the
external alarm output interfaces of the NE. The RJ-45 pin descriptions are shown
in Table 4.
Alarm output connector (EXT): Reserved for future use.
Figure 18 PDP300DFT Alarm Input/output Connector

Table 4 PDP300DFT Alarm Input/output Connector Pins Description
Pin Index M S1 S2 S3
1
2 CR1 (Input) CR2 (Input) CR3 (Input) CR4 (Input)
3 MJ1 (Input) MJ2 (Input) MJ3 (Input) MJ4 (Input)
4 GND GND GND GND
5 MN1 (Input) MN2 (Input) MN3 (Input) MN4 (Input)
6 BUZZER1 (Input) BUZZER2 (Input) BUZZER3 (Input) BUZZER4 (Input)
7 GND GND GND GND
8 ACO (Output) ACO (Output) ACO (Output) ACO (Output)

DIP Switch SW2 Settings
The DIP switch SW2 is located on the replaceable alarm/control module, as shown in
Figure 19. To set SW2, the alarm/control module must be removed.
Figure 19 PDP300DFT SW2

SW2 is used to set the monitoring point of over-voltage and under-voltage alarm. The
settings are described in Table 5.
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Table 5 PDP300DFT SW2 Settings
Switch Bit Status Function
ON The over-voltage monitoring point of input A is 70 1VDC
1
OFF The over-voltage monitoring point of input A is 55 1VDC
ON The under-voltage monitoring point of input A is 52 1VDC
2
OFF The under-voltage monitoring point of input A is 42 1VDC
ON The over-voltage monitoring point of input B is 70 1VDC
3
OFF The over-voltage monitoring point of input B is 55 1VDC
ON The under-voltage monitoring point of input B is 52 1VDC
4
OFF The under-voltage monitoring point of input B is 42 1VDC

PDP300DFT Specification
The technical specification of PDP300DFT is listed in Table 6.
Table 6 PDP300DFT Technical Specifications
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
Including the hangers:
88.9 mm x 483.5 mm x 222 mm (H x W x D)
Environmental Specifications
Operational temperature -5
o
C to 55
o
C
Altitude -60 m to 3962 m
Storage temperature -40
o
C to 70
o
C
Relative humidity 5% to 95%, non-condensing
Acoustical noise < 55 dBA
Functional Specifications
Circuit breakers 2 x 4
Output current range 2 A to 80A
Input power Dual-input
Standards
EMC and Safety
CE Marking
FCC Part 15 Class A

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Installing PDP300DFT
The distance between the bottom of the PDP300DFT and the top of the mounting bar
is 3U.
The installation procedure is as follows:
1 Take the air breaker out of the accessory package and install it on the
PDP300DFT, as shown in Figure 20.
Figure 20 Installing Air Breaker

2 The device bracket has been installed in the rack, and usually does not require
adjustment.
3 Install the mounting nuts for the PDP300DFT inside the rack, as shown in Figure
21. For the typical application, install the mounting nuts in the 4
th
and 9
th
holes on
both sides of the mounting bar.
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Figure 21 Installing Mounting Nuts

4 Slide the PDP300DFT into the rack from the front side and place it on the bracket
(Figure 22), with the flange holes aligned with the corresponding square holes on
the mounting bar.
5 Install four M6 screws, as shown in Figure 22.
Figure 22 Mounting PDP300DFT in Rack

6 Turn off all the air breakers of the PDP300DFT.


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Power Supply and Grounding

This chapter contains the following topics:
Rack Grounding
PDP300DFT Power Supply
PDP300DFT Grounding
Rack Grounding
Use a 16 mm
2
ground cable to connect the equipment room ground bar to the rack
grounding point, one of the M10 screw on the top of the rack.
The installation procedure is as follows:
1 Terminate the ends of the 16 mm
2
ground cable with M10 copper lugs, as shown
in Figure 23.
Figure 23 Rack Ground Cable

2 Connect the ground cable from the equipment room ground bar to the rack top,
as shown in Figure 24.
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Figure 24 Rack Grounding

Power Supply to PDP300DFT
Use four 16 mm
2
cables to supply power to the PDP300DFT.
The installation procedure is as follows:
1 Remove the front panel of the PDP300DFT, as shown in Figure 25.
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Figure 25 Removing PDP300DFT Front Panel

2 Measure the resistance between the PDP300DFT RETURN and FGND, which
must be less than 1 ohm.
3 Measure the resistance between the PDP300DFT -48 V input terminals and the
RETURN/FGND terminals.
- With the circuit breaker open, the resistance must be infinite.
- With the circuit breaker closed, the resistance must be greater than 1000
ohm.
4 Open all the PDP300DFT circuit breakers.
5 Run the power cable from the PDP300DFT to the power supply equipment and
cut the length. It is recommended that the user connect two power cables to both
power input A and B terminals to achieve 1+1 power input protection.
6 Terminate the cables with double-M6 copper lugs in one end, as shown in Figure
26.
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Figure 26 Connecting Copper Lugs to Power Cable

7 Label the four power cables. For example, label two cables with -48V-A, -48V-
B, and the other two cables both with return. The descriptions of the labels are
shown in Table 7.
Table 7 PDP300DFT Power Cable Label Descriptions
Label Description Connect To The PDP300DFT Position
-48V-A One of the -48 V power input. IN A / 150 A
-48V-B The other -48 V power input IN B / 150 A
Return The return of the power input Return

8 Insert the power cables to the PDP300DFT input terminals and tighten the
screws on the terminals. Ensure that the connections are proper, as shown in
Figure 27.
Figure 27 PDP300DFT Power Supply

9 Lead the power cable upward along the back side of the mounting bar and then
out of the rack from the top, as shown in Figure 28.
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Figure 28 PDP300DFT Power Cabling

10 Lay the power cables along the cable trough to the power supply equipment. Use
cable straps to bundle them in the cable trough.
11 Measure the power supply equipment output voltage at the terminals to which the
PDP300DFT will be attached. When the PDP300DFT works in -48 V mode, the
voltage should be between -39.5 V and -60 V.
12 Remove the fuses or open the breakers in the power supply equipment and
connect the power cable to the power supply equipment.
13 Inspect the installation to ensure each cable is properly connected.
14 Insert the fuses or close the circuit breakers on the power supply equipment.
15 Close all the PDP300DFT input and output circuit breakers, measure the voltage
on each of the PDP300DFT output terminals. When the PDP300DFT works in -
48 V mode, the voltage should be between -39.5 V and -60 V.
16 Ensure the LED status is normal referring to Table 2.
17 Open all the PDP300DFT input and output circuit breakers. Remove the fuses or
open the circuit breakers on the power supply equipment.
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PDP300DFT Grounding
Use two 16 mm
2
ground cables (yellow/green) to
Connect the rack grounding point to the PDP300DFT FGND terminal
Connect the rack grounding point to the mounting bar in the rack.
The installation procedure is as follows:
1 Terminate two 16 mm
2
ground cables (yellow/green) with M10 and double-M6
copper lugs for each, as shown in Figure 29.
Figure 29 PDP300DFT Ground Cable

2 Take the grounding copper plates out of the accessory package, and connect the
two ground cables (yellow/green) to the copper plates, as shown in Figure 30.
Figure 30 Connecting Ground Cable to Copper Plate

3 Install copper plates on the rack top, the copper plates that connect the ground
cables with M10 copper lug must be installed close to the rack edge, as shown in
Figure 31.
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Figure 31 Connecting Ground Cable to Rack Inner Grounding Point

4 Connect the ground cable with M10 copper lug to the rack mounting bar, as
shown in Figure 32.
Figure 32 Connecting Rack Inner Grounding Point to Mounting Bar

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5 Connect the other ground cable to the dual-M6 FGND terminal of the
PDP300DFT, as shown in Figure 33.
Figure 33 Connecting Rack Inner Grounding Point to PDP300DFT



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Cabling in the Rack

This chapter describes the cabling in the Rack, including the following topics:
Installing the cable blocks
Cabling in the Rack
Sending Alarm to SAICEXT
Sending Alarm to PDP300DFT
Installing the Cable Blocks
The cable blocks are already installed in the Rack. Usually, it is not necessary to
adjust the positions. If you want to adjust the position of the cable blocks, follow the
steps below. Ignore this section if the rack does not use cable blocks.
1 Remove the cable block, as shown in Figure 34.
Figure 34 Removing Cable Block

2 Determine the locations of the cable blocks.
3 Mount the cable block in the rack with the M6 screws as shown in Figure 35.
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Figure 35 Positioning Cable Block

Cabling in the Rack
As required in practice, the engineers must bundle the cables according to their types
(power cables, optical fibers, and service cables, etc.) inside the rack to keep the
cabling tidy. All cables must be laid and bundled through the cable blocks.
Figure 36 is an example of SpectralWave MN5200 cabling in the rack.
Figure 36 SpectralWave MN5200 Cabling in the Rack

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Figure 37 is an example of SpectralWave MN3100 E1 cabling in the rack.
Figure 37 SpectralWave MN3100 E1 cabling in Rack


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Figure 38 is an example of SpectralWave MN3100 and MN4100 cabling in the ETSI-
compliant rack.
Figure 38 SpectralWave MN3100 and MN4100 cabling in ETSI rack


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Sending Alarm to SAICEXT
The external alarm from the NE can be sent to the SAICEXT module, thus the LEDs
in the rack will be lit when an alarm occurs.
If several pieces of NEs need to send alarms to SAICEXT, the alarm cable can be
connected to the A, B, C and D connectors. One interface is for one NE, so up to four
NEs can send alarms to SAICEXT.
The alarm cable is an Ethernet cable. The installation procedure is as follows:
1 Label an Ethernet cable for sending the alarms.
2 Connect the cable from external alarm interface of the NE to the A port on
SAICEXT along the cable blocks, as shown in Figure 39.
Figure 39 Sending Alarm to SAICEXT

3 If more NEs need to send alarms to SAICEXT, the alarm cables can be
connected to the B, C or D port on SAICEXT. Up to four NEs can send alarms to
SAICEXT.
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Sending Alarm to PDP300DFT
The external alarm from the NE can be sent to the PDP300DFT instead of the
SAICEXT module, thus the LEDs in the PDP300DFT will be lit when an alarm occurs.
If several NEs need to send alarms to the PDP300DFT, the alarm cable can be
connected to the M, S1, S2 and S3 connectors. Each interface is for one NE, so up to
four NEs can send alarms to the PDP300DFT.
The alarm cable is an Ethernet cable. The installation procedure is as follows:
1 Label an Ethernet cable for sending the alarms.
2 Connect the Ethernet cable to the external alarm interface of the NE.
3 Lead in the cable from the bottom of the PDP300DFT and connect it to the M
connector, and then bundle it along the top of the PDP300DFT as shown in
Figure 40.
Figure 40 Sending Alarms to PDP300DFT

4 If more NEs need to send alarms to the PDP300DFT, the alarm cables can be
connected to the S1, S2 or S3 port on the PDP300DFT. Up to four NEs can send
alarms to the PDP300DFT.


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Installation Accessories
Table 8 IEC 19-inch Rack Installation Accessories
No. Description Quantities
1 Expansion bolts, M12 x 90, for rack fixing 4
2 Nut, M12, hex head, for fixing the rack to the rack base 4
3
Blot, hex head with Spring and Flat, M12 x 60, for fixing the rack to the
rack base
4
4 Washer, hole 12, Spring, for fixing the rack to the rack base 4
5 Bolt, hex head, M12 x 45, for fixing the rack to the floor 4
6 Insulated mat for insulation between the rack and the floor 8
7 Rack grounding copper plates (Ground sheet) 1
8
Screw, Pan Head, Phillips with Spring and Flat, M6 x 12, for fixing the
ground cable to the ground copper plates
6
9
Ground cable, 16 mm
2
, 0.7 m, yellow/green, from the ground copper plates
to the PDP300DFT FGND terminal
1
10
Ground cable, 16 mm
2
, 0.6 m, yellow/green, from the ground copper plates
to the mounting bar
1
11 Bolt, hex head, M10 x 25, for fixing the ground cable to the mounting bar 1
12 Washer, hole 10, Flat, for fixing the ground cable to the mounting bar 1
13 Washer, hole 10, Spring, for fixing the ground cable to the mounting bar 1
14
Screw, pan head, Phillips with Spring and Flat, M6 x 16, for fixing the
ground cable
16
15 Floating nut, M6, for equipment mounting 10
16 Panel screw, Phillips, M6 x 16 with Nylon washer, for equipment mounting 10

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Table 9 ETSI 600 Rack Installation Accessories
No. Description Quantities
1 Expansion bolts, M12 x 90, for rack fixing 4
2 Nut, M12, hex head, for fixing the rack to the rack base 4
3
Blot, hex head with Spring and Flat, M12 x 60, for fixing the rack to the
rack base
4
4 Washer, hole 12, Spring, for fixing the rack to the rack base 4
5 Bolt, hex head, M12 x 45, for fixing the rack to the floor 4
6 Insulated mat for insulation between the rack and the floor 8
7 Rack grounding copper plates (Ground sheet) 1
8
Screw, Pan Head, Phillips with Spring and Flat, M6 x 12, for fixing the
ground cable to the ground copper plates
6
9
Ground cable, 16 mm
2
, 0.7 m, yellow/green, from the ground copper plates
to the PDP300DFT FGND terminal
1
10
Ground cable, 16 mm
2
, 0.6 m, yellow/green, from the ground copper plates
to the mounting bar
1
11 Bolt, hex head, M10 x 25, for fixing the ground cable to the mounting bar 1
12 Washer, hole 10, Flat, for fixing the ground cable to the mounting bar 1
13 Washer, hole 10, Spring, for fixing the ground cable to the mounting bar 1
14
Screw, pan head, Phillips with Spring and Flat, M6 x 16, for fixing the
ground cable
16
15 Floating nut, M6, for equipment mounting 10
16 Panel screw, Phillips, M6 x 16 with Nylon washer, for equipment mounting 10
17
Flat cable tie holder, NYLON 6/6, adhesive mount, for fixing fibers and
cables
20