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ZXUN iCX(MSCS)

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Hardware Description
Version: V4.12.10

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Revision History
Revision No.

Revision Date

Revision Reason

R1.0

2012-10-31

First edition

Serial Number: SJ-20120730093520-004


Publishing Date: 2012-10-31(R1.0)

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Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Chapter 1 Hardware Overview................................................................... 1-1
Chapter 2 Cabinet....................................................................................... 2-1
2.1 B6080-22 Cabinet .............................................................................................. 2-1
2.1.1 Cabinet Structure ..................................................................................... 2-1
2.1.2 Specifications........................................................................................... 2-3
2.2 Universal PDU ................................................................................................... 2-3
2.3 Cabling Rack ....................................................................................................2-11

Chapter 3 E4140 Shelf................................................................................ 3-1


3.1 Shelf Structure ................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2 New Chassis Management Module ..................................................................... 3-4
3.3 New Chassis Data Module .................................................................................. 3-8
3.4 New Power Entry Module.................................................................................. 3-12
3.5 New Fan Controller Module............................................................................... 3-14
3.6 Specifications................................................................................................... 3-16

Chapter 4 Boards........................................................................................ 4-1


4.1 Board Classification............................................................................................ 4-1
4.2 GPBB0 Board .................................................................................................... 4-3
4.3 GPBX1 Board .................................................................................................... 4-7
4.4 SWBB0 Board...................................................................................................4-11
4.5 SWBB1 Board.................................................................................................. 4-14
4.6 SLB Board ....................................................................................................... 4-17
4.7 GPI1 Board...................................................................................................... 4-22
4.8 GPI2 Board...................................................................................................... 4-25
4.9 SWI1 Board ..................................................................................................... 4-29
4.10 SWI2 Board ................................................................................................... 4-34
4.11 SLI Board....................................................................................................... 4-38

Chapter 5 Alarm Box .................................................................................. 5-1


5.1 Alarm Box Structure ........................................................................................... 5-1
5.2 Specifications..................................................................................................... 5-5

Chapter 6 Cables ........................................................................................ 6-1


6.1 Cable Description............................................................................................... 6-1

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6.2 Cabinet Input Power Cable and Protective Grounding Cable ................................. 6-4
6.3 E4140 Shelf Power Cable and Protective Grounding Cable................................... 6-7
6.4 Power Cables and Protective Grounding Cables Inside a Cabinet ......................... 6-8
6.5 Monitoring Cables .............................................................................................. 6-8
6.5.1 Door Control Monitoring Cable .................................................................. 6-8
6.5.2 Environment Monitoring Cable ................................................................ 6-10
6.5.3 RS485 Communication Cable ................................................................. 6-12
6.6 Communication Cables..................................................................................... 6-14
6.6.1 Common Cross-connect Cable................................................................ 6-14
6.6.2 Common Straight-through Cable ............................................................. 6-15
6.6.3 Optical Fibers......................................................................................... 6-16
6.7 68-core E1/T1 Transmission Cables .................................................................. 6-16
6.7.1 75 Ohm E1 Trunk Cable ......................................................................... 6-16
6.7.2 120 Ohm E1 Trunk Cable ....................................................................... 6-20
6.7.3 100 Ohm T1 Trunk Cable........................................................................ 6-23
6.7.4 100 Ohm All-spectrum T1 Trunk Cable .................................................... 6-27
6.8 Clock Cables ................................................................................................... 6-30
6.8.1 75 Ohm Coaxial Clock Cable .................................................................. 6-30
6.8.2 100/120 Clock Cable........................................................................... 6-35
6.9 Debugging Cables............................................................................................ 6-36
6.9.1 Serial Port Cable DS-29913-003 ............................................................. 6-36
6.9.2 Serial Port Cable DS-29913-004 ............................................................. 6-37

Chapter 7 Third-party Device .................................................................... 7-1


7.1 Ethernet Switch.................................................................................................. 7-1
7.2 Disk Array.......................................................................................................... 7-3
7.3 KVMS................................................................................................................ 7-6

Appendix A Board Indicators ................................................................... A-1


A.1 OOS Indicator.................................................................................................... A-2
A.2 OK Indicator ...................................................................................................... A-2
A.3 H/S Indicator ..................................................................................................... A-2
A.4 ACT Indicator .................................................................................................... A-3
A.5 HOST Indicator.................................................................................................. A-3

Appendix B Internal Slot Numbers of the E4140 Shelf .......................... B-1


Figures............................................................................................................. I
Tables .............................................................................................................V
Glossary ........................................................................................................IX
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Purpose
This manual describes the hardware structure of the ZXUN iCX(MSCS). It helps users
learn the structure and technical indexes of cabinets, shelves, boards, cables, alarm boxes
and third-party device.

Intended Audience
This manual is intended for:
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Planning engineers
Installation supervision engineers
Debugging engineers
Maintenance engineers

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters:
Chapter

Summary

1, Hardware Overview

Describes the hardware components and configuration of the ZXUN


iCX(MSCS).

2, Cabinet

Describes the structure and technical parameters of cabinet and power


distribution box.

3, E4140 Shelf

Describes the structure and technical parameters of shelf and the modules
inside the shelf.

4, Boards

Describes the functions, panels, indicators, interfaces, buttons, and


technical parameters of various boards.

5, Alarm Box

Describes the functions, panels, indicators, interfaces, buttons, and


technical parameters of an alarm box.

6, Cables

Describes the functions, structure, and usage of various cables.

7, Third-party Device

Describes the functions, appearance, and technical parameters of


Ethernet switch, disk array, and KVMS.

Appendix A, Board

Describes the classification of board indicators and the states of each

Indicators

indicator.

Appendix B, Internal

Describes the internal slot numbers of the components inside a shelf.

Slot Numbers of the


E4140 Shelf

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Conventions
Typeface

Meaning

Italics

Variables in commands. It may also refer to other related manuals and documents.
Danger: indicates an imminently hazardous situation. Failure to comply can result in
death or serious injury, equipment damage, or site breakdown.
Warning: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply can result in
serious injury, equipment damage, or interruption of major services.
Caution: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply can result in
moderate injury, equipment damage, or interruption of minor services.
Note: provides additional information about a certain topic.

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Chapter 1

Hardware Overview
For the major hardware components and models of the ZXUN iCX(MSCS), refer to
Table 1-1. The components vary with the network scale and capacity. Determine the
configuration according to your actual requirements.
Table 1-1 Component Models
Component

Model

Description

Cabinet

B6080-22 cabinet

Contains blank panels, cabling racks, and the


universal Power Distribution Unit (PDU).

Shelf

E4140 shelf

Contains a chassis management module, chassis


data modules, a power entry module, and a fan
controller module.

Board

Refer to "4.1 Board

Classification"
Alarm box

Universal alarm box

The software version is V5.4.

Cable

Refer to "6.1 Cable

Contains power cables, protective grounding cables,

Description"

monitoring and communication cables, clock cables,


and debugging cables.

Third-party device

Configure third-party devices as required, such as a


disk array, switch, firewall, Key, Video and Mouse
(KVM) suite, or Personal Computer (PC).

For the configuration of internal components of a cabinet, see Figure 1-1.

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Figure 1-1 Cabinet Configuration

1.
2.
3.
4.

B6080-22 cabinet
Universal PDU
Ventilation panel
E4140 shelf

5.
6.
7.
8.

Blank panel
Switch
Firewall
KVM suite

9. Disk array
10. Boards

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Cabinet
Table of Contents
B6080-22 Cabinet ......................................................................................................2-1
Universal PDU............................................................................................................2-3
Cabling Rack............................................................................................................2-11

2.1 B6080-22 Cabinet


The B6080-22 cabinet complies with the IEC 60297-2 international standard. The cabinet
height is 47U (1U = 44.45 mm).

2.1.1 Cabinet Structure


For the structure of the B6080-22 cabinet, see Figure 2-1. (The front door and a side door
are omitted in the right diagram.)

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Figure 2-1 B6080-22 Cabinet Structure Diagram

1. Rear door
2. Supporting beam
3. Vertical cabling rack

4. Horizontal cabling rack


5. Dust screen
6. Side door

7. Front mounting column


8. Holder

For a description of B6080-22 cabinet components, refer to Table 2-1.


Table 2-1 B6080-22 Cabinet Components Description
Component

Description

Rear door

The rear door is a single-leaf left-handed door, which allows users to easily
install the door and handle the components inside the cabinet.

Supporting beam

Used for laying and binding the cables inside the cabinet.

Vertical cabling rack

Used for grounding the components inside the cabinet, laying and binding
cables.

Horizontal cabling

Used for laying and binding the cables inside the cabinet.

rack
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Component

Description

Dust screen

Installed on the bottom panel, the dust screen provides perfect dust proof
capability for the cabinet.

Side door

With lateral screws locked, the side door can be easily installed.

Front installation

Used for installing and fixing the components inside the cabinet.

column
Holder

2.1.2 Specifications
For the technical parameters of the B6080-22 cabinet, refer to Table 2-2.
Table 2-2 Technical Parameters of the B6080-22 Cabinet
Type

Parameter

Description

Standard

Design

The cabinet complies with the IEC 60297-2 standard.

compliance

standard

Physical

Size

2200 mm 600 mm 800 mm (Height Width Depth)

Capacity

The cabinet height is 47U.

Purpose

Standard shelves or devices of ZTE or a third party with the width

parameters

of 19-inch (1 inch = 25.4 mm) can be installed in the cabinet.


Color

The main body of the cabinet is blue.

Weight

The weight of an empty cabinet is 124 kg, and the weight in full
configuration depends on the specific components inside the
cabinet.

2.2 Universal PDU


Functions
The universal PDU provides the functions of power distribution, power and environment
monitoring, short circuit protection, and lightning protection.
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The universal PDU supports flexible power distribution methods to satisfy the power
and channel requirements of the devices inside the cabinet.

It supports two independent groups (group A and group B) of input power and
implements 1+1 power backup.

It provides dual 3-channel, dual 2-channel, or dual channel input power and dual
10-channel output power.

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The universal PDU monitors the input/output power supply, cabinet, and environment
in the equipment room in real time.

It monitors the status of input/output power and raises alarms when faults occur.

It provides door control for the cabinet and equipment room, and monitors the
temperature, humidity, smoke, infrared emission, and lightning protection in the
equipment room.

It provides a group of external RS485 interfaces for communication with service


processing boards in shelves. Through these interfaces, it reports alarms when
the monitored power modules, lightning protection devices, or external sensors
are abnormal. The alarms can also be seen from the indicators on the board
panel.

The universal PDU provides the short circuit protection function.


A circuit breaker is set at the output end of each power channel to control the output
circuit of the universal PDU and prevent short circuits.

The universal PDU provides the lightning protection function.


Arrester modules are set inside the universal PDU, which compose a multi-level
lightning protection system together with the arrester modules of shelves and boards.

Components
The universal PDU is composed of a power distribution subrack, a backplane of PDU
(PDUB), a PDU Connector board (PDUC), and a PDU Monitor board (PDUM), see Figure
2-2 (The top cover is omitted in the diagram.)
Figure 2-2 Universal PDU

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1. PDUB
2. PDUC

3. PDUM
4. Power distribution subrack

Front Panel
For the front panel of the universal PDU, see Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-3 Front Panel of the Universal PDU

1. Circuit breaker
2. Operation/alarm indicator

3. RS485 communication
indicator

Note:
A circuit breaker, also called air circuit breaker, provides the function of overload, short
circuit, and under-voltage protection. When the actual current exceeds the rated current
of the circuit breaker, the circuit breaker breaks the circuit immediately to guarantee load
safety.
Circuit breaker IDs have a one-to-one relationship with the IDs of power output terminals.

Rear Panel
For the rear panel of the universal PDU, see Figure 2-4.

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Figure 2-4 Rear Panel of the Universal PDU

1. Fan monitoring interface


2. Door control monitoring
interface
3. Environment monitoring
interface
4. Power input terminal B
(3-channel)

5. Power input terminal A


(3-channel
6. RTN output terminal A
7. Power output terminal A
8. RTN output terminal B
9. Power output terminal B
10. RS485 output interface

11. RS485 input interface


12. Grounding interface

For the relationship between power input terminals and output terminals, refer to Table 2-3.
Table 2-3 Relationship Between Input Terminals and Output Terminals of the Universal
PDU
Channel

Input Terminal

Output Terminal

Channel 1

INPUT A -48 V (1)

OUTPUT -48 VA 12

INPUT A -48 VRTN (1)

OUTPUT -48 VRTN (A) 12

INPUT A -48 V (2)

OUTPUT -48 VA 34

INPUT A -48 VRTN (2)

OUTPUT -48 VRTN (A)34

INPUT A -48 V (3)

OUTPUT -48 VA 510

INPUT A -48 VRTN (3)

OUTPUT -48 VRTN (A) 510

Channel 2

Channel 3

The above table uses the input terminals and output terminals of power group A of the universal PDU
as an example.
"MN" indicates the terminals No. M to No.N on the right. For example, "12" indicates the first and
second output terminals on the right.

Interfaces
For a description of the interfaces on the rear panel of the universal PDU, refer to Table
2-4.
Table 2-4 Universal PDU Interfaces Description
Interface

Meaning

Description

INPUT

Input terminal

Supports dual channel, dual 2-channel, and dual 3-channel


input power.
Connected to the input power cable of the cabinet.
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Interface

Meaning

Description

OUTPUT

Output terminal

Supports dual 10-channel output power.


Connected to the power cables of components inside the
cabinet.

SENSOR

DOOR

Environment

Supports the DB15 interface, and acts as the infrared, smoke,

monitoring

temperature, and humidity monitoring interface.

interface

Connected to the environment monitoring cable.

Door control

Supports the DB15 interface, and acts as the door control

monitoring

monitoring interface for the cabinet and equipment room.

interface

Supports up to six controlled doors including two cabinet doors


(front door and rear door) and four equipment room doors.
Connected to the door control monitoring cable.

FAN

Fan monitoring

Supports the DB15 interface, and acts as the fan subrack

interface

(4-channel) monitoring interface.


Connected to the fan monitoring cable.

RS485 (IN)

RS485 (OUT)

RS485 input

Support the RJ-45 interface, and act as RS485 communication

interface

interfaces. Through these interfaces, the monitoring

RS485 output
interface

information of the universal PDU can be reported and the


version of the universal PDU can be upgraded.
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The RS485 (IN) interface is connected to the RS485


interface on the rear card of a switching board, and finally
to the Operation & Maintenance Processor (OMP) or
chassis management module.

The RS485 (OUT) interface is connected to the RS485


(IN) interface of the universal PDU of a neighboring
cabinet.

Grounding

Connected to the protective grounding cable of the universal

interface

PDU.

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the front panel of the universal PDU, refer to Table
2-5.
Table 2-5 Universal PDU Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

RUN/ALM

Red/Gr-

Operating and

een

alarm indicator

The green light flashes: The universal PDU


operates properly, and no alarms exist.

The red light flashes: The universal PDU operates


properly, but alarms exist.
Alarm types include voltage status, fan status,
door control status, cabinet temperature, room

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Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description
temperature, smoke, arrester, and air circuit
breaker alarms.
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Always off: The universal PDU has no input


power, or the boards inside the universal PDU
have power faults.

The orange light is always on (The red and green


lights are lit simultaneously): The universal PDU
is not configured after initial power-on.

COM

Red

RS485

Flashing: Packets are sent or received in the

communication

RS485 communication link, that is, the universal

indicator

PDU exchanges data with the switching board in


the shelf.
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Always off: The universal PDU has no input


power, or no RS485 data is sent or received.

Switches and Jumpers


The PDUM of the universal PDU provides DIP switches and an RS485 jumper, see Figure
2-5.
Figure 2-5 DIP Switches and RS485 Jumper

1. RS485 jumper

2. Cabinet ID DIP switch

3. Power type DIP switch

The RS485 jumper sets the operational mode of the RS485 bus. The default factory
setting is 485OUT, see Figure 2-6.

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Figure 2-6 Setting of the RS485 Jumper

Note:
For the RS485 jumper, when the jumper cap is installed, the status is ON and the
value is 0; when the jumper cap is uninstalled, the status is OFF and the value is 1.

The cabinet ID DIP switch sets the ID of the cabinet where the universal PDU is
located. For the DIP switch setting rules, refer to Table 2-6.
Table 2-6 Setting of the Cabinet ID DIP Switch
Cabinet ID

Binary

Number
1

0000

ON

ON

ON

ON

0001

OFF

ON

ON

ON

0010

ON

OFF

ON

ON

0011

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

0100

ON

ON

OFF

ON

0101

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

0110

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

0111

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

1000

ON

ON

ON

OFF

10

1001

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

11

1010

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

12

1011

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

13

1100

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

14

1101

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

15

1110

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

16

1111

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

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The power type DIP switch sets the power system of the universal PDU. The default
factory setting is -48 V DC power system.

If the DIP switch is set to 1010, the power system of the universal PDU is -60 V
DC.

If the DIP switch is set to other values, the power system of the universal PDU is
-48 V DC.

For examples of setting RS485 jumpers and cabinet ID DIP switches, see Figure 2-7.
Figure 2-7 Examples of Setting RS485 Jumpers and Cabinet ID DIP Switches

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the universal PDU, refer to Table 2-7.
Table 2-7 Technical Parameters of the Universal PDU
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Physical

Size

130.5 mm 482.6 mm 415 mm (Height Width Depth)

Weight

14 kg

parameter

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Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Input property

Rated input voltage

-48 V DC or -60 V DC

Input voltage range

-40 V DC-57 V DC (in the -48 V DC power system)


-50 V DC-72 V DC (in the -60 V DC power system)

Input mode

Dual channel, dual 2-channel, or dual 3-channel

Maximum input

Maximum rated input current of a single channel = 100 A

current
Output property

Rated output

-48 V DC or -60 V DC

voltage
Output voltage

-40 V DC-57 V DC (in the -48 V DC power system)

range

-50 V DC-72 V DC (in the -60 V DC power system)

Output mode

Up to dual 10-channel

Maximum output

Maximum rated output current of a single channel = 60 A

current
Electrical property

Maximum power

10 W

2.3 Cabling Rack


In the front and rear side of the cabinet, install a cabling rack according to the configuration
of the device, the number and property of cables, and space structure.
There are three types of horizontal cabling racks, see Figure 2-8.

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Figure 2-8 Horizontal Cabling Racks

1. Winding fiber tray

2. Horizontal cabling rack

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E4140 Shelf
The E4140 shelf complies with the Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture
(ATCA) standard, and the height is 14U.

Table of Contents
Shelf Structure ...........................................................................................................3-1
New Chassis Management Module ............................................................................3-4
New Chassis Data Module .........................................................................................3-8
New Power Entry Module .........................................................................................3-12
New Fan Controller Module ......................................................................................3-14
Specifications ...........................................................................................................3-16

3.1 Shelf Structure


Shelf Appearance
For the front view of the E4140 shelf, see Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-1 Front View of the E4140 Shelf

1. Shelf
2. Blank panel

3. Dust-proof subrack
4. NFCM

5. Air intake panel


6. NCMM

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For the rear view of the E4140 shelf, see Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-2 Rear View of the E4140 Shelf

1. Shelf
2. Blank panel

3. Shelf wiring channel


4. NCDM

5. NPEM

Shelf Components
The E4140 shelf consists of the following components:
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NCMM
The New Chassis Management Module (NCMM) manages the shelf, boards, fans,
and power. For details, refer to "3.2 New Chassis Management Module".

NCDM
The New Chassis Data Module (NCDM) stores the assets and slot address information
of the shelf. For details, refer to "3.3 New Chassis Data Module".

NPEM
The New Power Entry Module (NPEM) provides power access, filtering, lightning, and
over-current protection. For details, refer to "3.4 New Power Entry Module".

NFCM
The New Fan Controller Module (NFCM) cools the shelf and the boards inside the
shelf. For details, refer to "3.5 New Fan Controller Module".

Backplane
Located in the middle of the shelf, the backplane transmits signals between boards.

Shelf wiring channel


Fixed on the shelf, the shelf wiring channel provides space for lead-out wires of boards.
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Blank panel
Blank panels are inserted into empty slots to prevent air or dust from entering the shelf
and make the shelf look better.

Slot Allocation
The front side and rear side of the E4140 shelf respectively provide 14 slots. For the slot
allocation at the front side, see Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-3 Slot Allocation Diagram

From the front view of the shelf, slots from left to right are numbered 01 to 14. In slots
01 to 06 and slots 09 to 14, only processing boards can be installed. In slots 07 and
08, only switching boards can be installed.
From the rear view of the shelf, slots from right to left are numbered 01 to 14. In slots
01 to 06 and slots 09 to 14, only the rear cards of processing boards can be installed.
In slots 07 and 08, only the rear cards of switching boards can be installed.

An update channel exists between two slots (for example, slots 01 and 03) to provide
backup, update, board status, and active/standby or load sharing information to the boards
in these slots, so that the active/standby or load sharing function can be implemented. For
the relationship between active and standby slots, refer to Table 3-1.
Table 3-1 Relationship Between Active and Standby Slots
Active/Standby Slots

Description

Slot 01 and slot 03

Used by single-slot or dual-slot processing boards

Slot 02 and slot 04


Slot 11 and slot 13
Slot 12 and slot 14
Slot 05 and slot 06

Used by single-slot processing boards

Slot 09 and slot 10


Slot 07 and slot 08

Used by switching boards

A dual-slot processing board means that the board uses two neighboring slots in the shelf.
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Note:
For the slot numbers of the shelf, NCMM, NPEM, and NFCM, refer to "B Internal Slot
Numbers of the E4140 Shelf".

Heat Dissipation
The NFCM cools the components inside the shelf by blowing air from bottom to top. Air
comes in through the holes on the intake panel, then goes through the dust screen, and
finally goes out from the top of the rear side of the shelf.
The dust screen assists the NFCM in filtering the dust in the air to guarantee smooth
operation of the whole heat dissipation system.
For the air flow direction inside the shelf, see Figure 3-4.
Figure 3-4 Air Flow Direction Diagram

1. Front board
2. NFCM

3. Air intake panel


4. NPEM

5. Backplane
6. Rear card

3.2 New Chassis Management Module


Functions
The New Chassis Management Module (NCMM) provides a dual-star Intelligent Platform
Management Bus (IPMB), which is connected to the backplane and then to the Intelligent
Platform Management Controller (IPMC) of each board.
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The NCMM manages all the hardware inside the shelf to implement Field Replaceable Unit
(FRU) monitoring and the management of hot swapping, alarms, logs, assets, and power.

Note:
An FRU can be replaced on site, such as a processing board, switching board, subcard, fan
module, or power module. FRU information describes the specific FRU in detail, including
the production date and manufacturer.

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FRU monitoring: monitors the operating statuses of FRUs.


Hot swapping management: manages hot-swap statuses of FRUs and operations on
them.
Alarm management: receives alarms reported by FRUs and handles the alarms
according to FRU information. For example, if a board reports a high temperature
alarm, the speed of fan modules is increased by alarm management.
Log management: provides integrated system security logs and the log retrieval
function.
Assets management: allows users to configure and query assets information of the
shelf.
Power management: allows users to query the power status of the shelf and control
the power distribution.

The shelf is configured with two NCMMs, which work in active/standby mode. The two
NCMMs synchronize data through the active/standby synchronization network port or the
synchronization IPMB.
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If the two NCMMs are both powered on, the NCMM in the left slot is active and the
NCMM in the right slot is standby by default. If one NCMM is powered on first, this
NCMM is active, and the other NCMM is standby.
The active NCMM manages the operations of FRUs, and the standby NCMM is in
standby state.
When the active NCMM fails, the standby NCMM automatically shifts to active state
and starts working (as long as the active and standby NCMMs can synchronize data
properly.)

Panel
For the NCMM panel diagram, see Figure 3-5.

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Figure 3-5 NCMM Panel Diagram

1. Debugging port connection


indicator
2. Management port
connection indicator
3. Active/standby switchover
button

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Reset button
Customized status indicator
Health status indicator
Hot-swap status indicator
Active/standby status
indicator

9.
10.
11.
12.

Alarm indicator
Debugging network port
Debugging serial port
External ETC interface

Indicators
For a description of NCMM panel indicators, refer to Table 3-2.
Table 3-2 NCMM Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

Orange

Minor alarm indicator

Off: Indicates that the system has no minor


alarms.
On: Indicates that the system has minor alarms.

Major alarm indicator

Off: Indicates that the system has no major


alarms.
On: Indicates that the system has major alarms.

Critical alarm indicator

Off: Indicates that the system has no critical


alarms.
On: Indicates that the system has critical
alarms.

A, B, and

Red/Green

Customized status

You can customize the indicators by using the

indicator

NCMM software. For each indicator, you can


define three states: off, green, and red.

H/S

Blue

Hot-swap status

Off: Indicates that the NCMM is in operating

indicator

status.
On: Indicates that the extractor is turned on
and the NCMM is in non-operating status.

ACT

Green

Active/standby status

On: Indicates that the NCMM is in active status.

indicator

Off: Indicates that the NCMM is in standby


status.

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Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

HOST

Red/Green

Health status indicator

The green light flashes: Indicates that the


system is operating properly.
The red light flashes: Indicates that the system
is not operating properly and alarms occur. The
more rapidly the red light flashes, the higher
the alarm level.

OMC0/O-

Green

MC1

DEBUG

Green

Management port 1

On: Indicates that the network port is

(OMC0)/management

connected.

port 2 (OMC1)

Off: Indicates that the network port is not

connection indicator

connected.

Debugging port
connection indicator

Interfaces
For a description of NCMM interfaces, refer to Table 3-3.
Table 3-3 NCMM Interfaces Description
Interface
FE interface

Debugging network

Connection Direction

Description

Connected to the NCMM panel.

Used for debugging,

port

maintenance, and
configuration. The interface
type is RJ-45.

Active/standby

Through the backplane, it is

Used for active/standby

synchronization

connected to the active/standby

NCMM status and data

network port

synchronization network port of

synchronization.

the other NCMM in the shelf.


Management port

Management port 1: Through

By default, OMC0 and OMC1

1 (OMC0)/manage-

the backplane, it is connected

are bound into one network

ment port 2 (OMC1)

to the ETH1 network port of the

port inside the NCMM to

switching board or NCDM panel

provide external connection

on the same side of the shelf.

through the switching board

Management port 2: Through

or NCMM panel.

the backplane, it is connected


to the ETH2 network port of the
switching board or NCDM panel
on the other side of the shelf.
Debugging serial port

Connected to the NCMM panel.

Used for debugging. The port


complies with the RS-232
standard. The interface type
is RJ-45, and the bit rate is
115200 bit/s.

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Interface

Connection Direction

Description

External ETC interface

Connected to the NCMM panel.

Provides the external


Embedded Test Controller
(ETC) function.

Buttons
For a description of the buttons on the NCMM panel, refer to Table 3-4.
Table 3-4 NCMM Buttons Description
Button

Meaning

Description

EXCH

Active/standby

Switches the active and standby NCMMs.

switchover button
RST

Reset button

Restarts the NCMM.

Caution!
When the NCMM is executing a program or command, do not press the reset button to
restart the NCMM. Otherwise, the data being operated by the system will be lost.

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the NCMM, refer to Table 3-5.
Table 3-5 Technical Parameters of NCMM
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Standard

Design standard

Complies with the PICMG 3.0 specification and the IPMI

compliance
Mechanical

1.5 specification.
Size

16.7 mm 178 mm 313.22 mm (Height Width

parameter

Depth)

3.3 New Chassis Data Module


Functions
The New Chassis Data Module (NCDM) stores shelf information, system capability, and
other configuration parameters defined by the administrator.
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It stores shelf information, such as the shelf name, bar code, manufacturer, and the
date of production.
It stores system performance parameters, such as the power of each slot.
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It supports customized configuration parameters, such as the maximum input power


of each channel.

The shelf is configured with two NCDMs, and each NCDM is connected to two NCMMs.
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An NCMM manages two NCDMs, so that when one NCDM fails the other NCDM can
provide required data.
The data in an NCDM can be directly accessed only by an NCMM.

Panel
For the NCDM panel diagram, see Figure 3-6.
Figure 3-6 NCDM Panel Diagram

1. Health status indicator

2. OMM interface 1

3. OMM interface 2

Indicators
For a description of NCDM panel indicators, refer to Table 3-6.
Table 3-6 NCDM Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OK

Red/Green

Health status indicator

Off: Indicates that the NCDM is not started.


The green light is on: Indicates that the NCDM
is operating properly.
The red light is on: Indicates that the NCDM is
not operating properly and alarms occur.

Interfaces
For a description of the interfaces on the NCDM panel, refer to Table 3-7.

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Table 3-7 NCDM Interfaces Description


Interface

Connection Direction

Description

ETH1

OMM interface 1 (OMC0) of the

The two OMM interfaces work in active/standby

NCMM on the same side

mode, and they can be connected to the OMM

ETH2

OMM interface 2 (OMC1) of the

server.

NCMM on the other side

Jumpers
For the jumpers of the NCDM, see Figure 3-7.
Figure 3-7 NCDM Jumpers

Note:
18 indicate the serial numbers of jumpers. ID 0ID 3 indicate the number of bits of the
jumpers.
When the jumper cap is installed, the status is ON and the value is 0; when the jumper
cap is uninstalled, the status is OFF and the value is 1.

For a description of NCDM jumpers, refer to Table 3-8.


Table 3-8 NCDM Jumpers Description
Jumper

Meaning

Description

Bit 1 (least-significant) of

Jumpers 1 to 4 respectively correspond to the four bits of a

the cabinet ID

cabinet ID from the least to the most significant bit. When

No.
1

Bit 2 of the cabinet ID

setting the cabinet ID, set the jumpers from bit 4 to bit 1.
For example, if the cabinet ID is 2, set the jumpers (from bit

3
4

Bit 3 of the cabinet ID


Bit 4 (most-significant) of

4 to bit 1) to 0010 (binary), and jumpers installed with caps


include jumpers 1, 3, and 4.

the cabinet ID

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Meaning

Description

Bit 1 (least-significant) of

Jumpers 5 and 6 respectively correspond to the least

the shelf ID

significant bit and the most significant bit of a shelf ID.

No.
5

Bit 2 (most-significant) of
the shelf ID

When setting the shelf ID, set the jumpers from bit 6 to bit 5.
For example, if the shelf ID is 2, set the jumpers (from bit 6
to bit 5) to 10 (binary), and jumper 5 is installed with a cap.

Diagnosis mode

Not used (the jumper cap is uninstalled)

Parity check bit (the parity

Ensures that the total number of jumpers installed with

check includes the check

caps must be an odd number.

of the diagnosis mode)

If the total number of other jumpers installed with caps


is an even number, install the jumper cap from jumper
8.
For example, if the cabinet ID is 2 and the shelf ID is
2, jumpers installed with caps include jumpers 1, 3,
4, and 5 (the total number is even). In that case, you
need to install the jumper cap from jumper 8.

If the total number of other jumpers installed with caps


is an odd number, uninstall the jumper cap for jumper
8.
For example, if the cabinet ID is 3 and the shelf ID is 1,
jumpers installed with caps include jumpers 3, 4, and
6 (the total number is odd). In that case, you need to
uninstall the jumper cap for jumper 8.

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NCDM jumpers must be consistent with the cabinet ID and shelf ID configured for the
E4140 shelf.
Jumpers of the two NCDMs in the E4140 shelf must be identical.

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the NCDM, refer to Table 3-9.
Table 3-9 Technical Parameters of NCDM
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

87.5 mm 25 mm 95.8 mm (Height Width Depth)

parameter

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3.4 New Power Entry Module


Functions
The New Power Entry Module (NPEM) is composed of a control board NPEMC and a
filter board NPEMF. The NPEM provides shelf power access, filtering, lightning, and
over-current protection. In addition, the NPEM checks the status of power, lightning
protection circuits, and air circuit breakers, and raises alarms when the status is abnormal.
The NPEMF mainly has the following functions:
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It filters the dual-channel DC input power of the shelf.


It transports the filtered dual-channel DC power to the backplane.
It provides lightning and short circuit protection for the dual-channel DC power.

The NPEMC mainly has the following functions:


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It checks the voltage and current of the dual-channel input power of the NPEM.
It provides the function of external power-down indication.
It provides NPEM hardware addresses, FRU, and hardware version information of a
board.
It ensures that the digital power supply part can continue working for not less than 200
ms when the external input power is down.
It provides the function of System Joint Test Action Group (SJTAG) to scan the assets
information and firmware version of a board.

The shelf is configured with two NPEMs to implement dual-channel redundant DC power
supply. One NPEM can supply power to the whole shelf. Even if one NPEM cannot supply
power, the whole shelf can still operate properly.

Panel
For the NPEM panel diagram, see Figure 3-8.

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Figure 3-8 NPEM Panel Diagram

1. Power switch
2. Handle
3. Wiring terminal

4. Protective cover
5. Power status (A) indicator
6. Hot-swap button

7. Hot-swap status indicator


8. Health status indicator
9. Power status (B) indicator

Indicators
For a description of NPEM panel indicators, refer to Table 3-10.
Table 3-10 NPEM Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OK

Red/Green

Health status indicator

The red light is on: Indicates that the NPEM is


being powered on and reset.
The green light flashes: Indicates that the
NPEM is operating properly.
The red light flashes: Indicates that the NPEM
is not operating properly and alarms occur.

Blue

Hot-swap status

Off: Indicates that the NPEM is in working state.

indicator

On: Indicates that the NPEM is in non-working


state.
Flashes slowly (the indicator is continuously on
for 900 ms and off for 100 ms): Indicates that
the NPEM is being activated.
Flashes rapidly (the indicator is continuously off
for 900 ms and on for 100 ms): Indicates that
the NPEM is being deactivated.

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Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

48 VA

Red/Green

Power status (A)

The red light flashes at 1 Hz: Indicates that the

indicator

voltage of the input power is abnormal. For

48 VB

example, there is no input power, or the power

Power status (B)

switch of the NPEM is not closed.

indicator

Buttons
For a description of the buttons on the NPEM panel, refer to Table 3-11.
Table 3-11 NPEM Buttons Description
Button

Meaning

Description

Hot-swap button

When this button is pressed, the NPEM requests


deactivation, and the hot-swap status indicator flashes
rapidly.

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the NPEM, refer to Table 3-12.
Table 3-12 Technical Parameters of NPEM
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

122.7 mm 192.5 mm 111.7 mm (Height Width

parameter

Depth)

Electrical

Over-current protection

property

circuit breaker per

50 A

channel

3.5 New Fan Controller Module


Functions
The NFCM is composed of a fan monitoring board, a status display board, and fans. The
NFCM cools the shelf and the boards inside the shelf.
The NFCM mainly has the following functions:
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It monitors the speed, voltage, and air exhaust vent temperature of fans, and reports
FRU information to the NCMM.
It provides the functions of intelligent speed adjustment and fan fault alarm generation.
The fans in the NFCM support redundancy protection. When a fan fails, the system
operation is not affected.

The shelf can be configured with two NFCMs to avoid heat dissipation difficulty in case of
single-point NFCM fault.
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Panel
For the NFCM panel diagram, see Figure 3-9.
Figure 3-9 NFCM Panel Diagram

1. Lock button
2. Operating status indicator

3. Alarm indicator
4. Hot-swap button

5. Hot-swap status indicator

Indicators
For a description of NFCM panel indicators, refer to Table 3-13.
Table 3-13 NFCM Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

RUN

Green

Operating status

Flashing: Indicates that the NFCM is operating

indicator

properly.

Alarm indicator

On: Indicates that the NFCM is being powered

ALM

Red

on and reset.
Flashing: Indicates that the NFCM is not
operating properly and alarms occur.
H/S

Blue

Hot-swap status

Off: Indicates that the NFCM is in working state.

indicator

On: Indicates that the NFCM is in non-working


state.
Flashes slowly (the indicator is continuously on
for 900 ms and off for 100 ms): Indicates that
the NFCM is being activated.
Flashes rapidly (the indicator is continuously off
for 900 ms and on for 100 ms): Indicates that
the NFCM is being deactivated.

Buttons
For a description of the buttons on the NFCM panel, refer to Table 3-14.
Table 3-14 NFCM Buttons Description
Button

Meaning

Description

H/S

Hot-swap button

When this button is pressed, the NFCM requests


deactivation, and the hot-swap status indicator flashes
rapidly.
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Specifications
For the technical parameters of the NFCM, refer to Table 3-15.
Table 3-15 Technical Parameters of NFCM
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

43.6 mm 438 mm 321.9 mm (Height Width Depth)

parameter

3.6 Specifications
For the technical parameters of the E4140 shelf, refer to Table 3-16.
Table 3-16 Technical Parameters of the E4140 Shelf
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Standard

Design standard

19-inch standard 14U shelf, which complies with the

compliance
Mechanical

PICMG 3.0 R2.0 specification.


Size

619.5 mm 482.6 mm 415 mm (Height Width

parameter

Power index

Depth)
Number of slots

14

Weight

The weight of an empty shelf is 35 kg.

Rated voltage

48 V DC/60 V DC

Operating voltage range

40 V DC to 57 V DC (in the 48 V DC power system)


50 V DC to 72 V DC (in the 60 V DC power system)

Power

Power consumption of shelf components (that is,


when the shelf is not configured with any board):

Normal operational power: 200 W

Maximum power: 300 W

In case of full configuration, the power consumption


of the shelf depends on the specific configuration
of boards.

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Table of Contents
Board Classification....................................................................................................4-1
GPBB0 Board.............................................................................................................4-3
GPBX1 Board.............................................................................................................4-7
SWBB0 Board ..........................................................................................................4-11
SWBB1 Board ..........................................................................................................4-14
SLB Board................................................................................................................4-17
GPI1 Board ..............................................................................................................4-22
GPI2 Board ..............................................................................................................4-25
SWI1 Board..............................................................................................................4-29
SWI2 Board..............................................................................................................4-34
SLI Board .................................................................................................................4-38

4.1 Board Classification


Description
The board consists of IPMC and payload. IPMC implements the management and
monitoring function of the board, and communicates with NCMM. The payload includes
CPU system and the interface of external device as Ethernet, hardware and so on.

Location-based Classification
Based on the location in a shelf, boards can be classified into front boards and rear boards.
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switching boards.
Rear boards: are located on the rear side of the shelf, including the rear boards of
processing and switching boards.

Note:
The rear board is a type of non-intelligent FRU, which is the extension of the functions
of the front board.
Besides the front boards provide various interfaces, the rear board also provides
various assistant interfaces to connect with external devices. The rear board does
not support hot-swap, because its power is provided by front boards.
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For the relative locations of front boards and rear boards, see Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-1 Board Location Diagram

1. Rear board

2. Backplane

3. Front board

Function-based Classification
For function-based classification of boards, refer to Table 4-1.
Table 4-1 Function-based Board Classification
Board Name

Function

Rear board

GPBX1

Operation and Maintenance Unit. It installs the OMM

GPI1

server application to implement OMM server functions.

GPI2

GPBB0

General Service Unit. It provides the OMP, service,


protocol service, data service, charging service, and
traffic processing functions.

GPI1

Blade server interface board. It provides various

interfaces to front boards.


GPI2

Blade server interface board. It provides various

interfaces to front boards.


SWBB0

GE switching board. It implements inter-board

SWI1

communications inside the shelf to provide GE switching


on the Base plane. It also provides the clock distribution
function.
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Function

Rear board

SWBB1

GE switching board. It implements inter-board

SWI2

communications inside the shelf to provide GE switching


on the Base plane and the Fabric plane. It also provides
the clock distribution function.
SWI1

GE switching interface board. It expands the ports on

front boards and provides the clock function to the shelf.


SWI2

GE switching interface board. It expands the ports on

front boards and provides the clock function to the shelf.


SLB

Signaling processing board. It provides the signaling

SLI

processing and the line clock extraction functions.


SLI

Signaling processing interface board. It provides various

interfaces to the front board for the connection with


external devices.

4.2 GPBB0 Board


Functions
A GPBB0 board is a service processing blade of ZXUN iCX(MSCS). OMP, SMP, and other
processing modules can be configured on the GPBB0 board.

Configuration Rules
The GPBB0 boards can be positioned in the main control shelf and the other control shelf.
It is recommended to configure the boards in active/standby mode.

Processing and Storage Capabilities


The GPBB0 board has the following processing and storage capabilities:
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It uses dual-channel 4-core 64-bit Jasper processors, and the main frequency is 2.13
GHz.
It uses a DDR3 4 GB memory, and the memory capacity is 64 GB.
It uses one hot-swappable 146 GB SAS hard disk as the storage device of the board.
It provides two BASE channels, two FABRIC channels (implemented by the sub-card),
and four Update channels. Both the FABRIC channels and the Update channels
support the E-Keying (Electronic keying) function.

Appearance
For the appearance of the GPBB0 Board, see Figure 4-2.

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Figure 4-2 GPBB0 Appearance

1. Guide block
2. IPMC sub-card
3. Signal connector

4. Power Socket
5. Radiator assembly
6. Memory

7. Panel
8. Extractor
9. Hard disk

Panel
For the GPBB0 panel diagram, see Figure 4-3.

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Figure 4-3 GPBB0 Panel Diagram

1.
2.
3.
4.

Board name label


IPMC-232 serial port
HOST-232 serial port
Reset button

5.
6.
7.
8.

USB interface
Hot-swap status indicator
Hard disk status indicator
Operation/alarm indicator

9. Active/standby status
indicator
10. Health status indicator
11. Service status indicator

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the GPBB0 panel, refer to Table 4-2.
Table 4-2 GPBB0 Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OOS

Red/Green

Service status

IPMC control. For details of the

indicator

indicator, refer to "A.1 OOS Indicator".

Health status

IPMC control. For details of the

indicator

indicator, refer to "A.2 OK Indicator".

Hot-swap status

IPMC control. For details of the

indicator

indicator, refer to "A.3 H/S Indicator".

OK

H/S

Red/Green

Blue

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Color

Meaning

Description

ACT

Green

Active/standby

For details of the indicator, refer to "A.4

status indicator

ACT Indicator".

Operating and

For details of the indicator, refer to "A.5

alarm indicator

HOST Indicator".

Hard disk status

The green light flashes: Indicates that

indicator

the hard disk is performing read/write

HOST

HD1

Red/Green

Red/Green

operations.
The red light is on: Indicates that the
hard disk fails or is off position.

Interfaces
For a description of GPBB0 interfaces, refer to Table 4-3.
Table 4-3 GPBB0 Interfaces Description
Interface

Meaning

Description

USB port

Connected to devices with USB

The port complies with the USB 2.0

interfaces, for example, a USB

standard and is compatible with the

mouse or keyboard.

USB 1.1 standard.

HOST-232 serial port

Used for CPU subcard debugging.

The port complies with the RS-232

IPMC-232 serial port

Used for IPMC subcard debugging.

standard. The interface type is


RJ-45, and the bit rate is 115200
bit/s.

Buttons
For a description of the buttons on the GPBB0 panel, refer to Table 4-4.
Table 4-4 GPBB0 Buttons Description
Buttons

Meaning

Description

RST

Reset button

Restarts the board.

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the GPBB0, refer to Table 4-5.
Table 4-5 Technical Parameters of GPBB0
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

350.93 mm * 28.95 mm * 283.94 mm (Height * Width

parameter

Electrical property

* Depth)
Weight

3.86 kg

Power

Normal operational power: 120 W


Maximum power: 160 W
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Functions
As the background server of ZXUN iCX(MSCS), a GPBX1 board includes an OMM server,
a billing server, and an LIG server.

Configuration Rules
The GPBX1 boards can be configured in the main control shelf and the other control shelf.
One or two servers are configured as required.

Processing and Storage Capabilities


The GPBX1 board has the following processing and storage capabilities:
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It uses dual-channel 4-core 64-bit Jasper processors, and the main frequency is 2.13
GHz.
It uses a DDR3 4 GB memory, and the memory capacity is 24 GB.
It uses two hot-swappable 146 GB SAS hard disks as the storage devices of the board.
The hard disks support redundancy data backup in RAID 0, RAID 1, and RAID 0+1
modes.
It provides two BASE channels, two FABRIC channels (implemented by the sub-card),
and four Update channels. Both the FABRIC channels and the Update channels
support the E-Keying function.

Appearance
For the appearance of the GPBX1 board, see Figure 4-4.

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Figure 4-4 GPBX1 Appearance

1. Functional board
2. Hard disk
3. Extractor

4. Panel
5. Memory
6. Radiator assembly

7. IPMC sub-card
8. Signal connector
9. Guide block

Panel
For the GPBX1 panel diagram, see Figure 4-5.

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Figure 4-5 GPBX1 Panel Diagram

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Board name label


IPMC-232 serial port
HOST-232 serial port
Reset button
USB interface

6.
7.
8.
9.

Hot-swap status indicator


Hard disk status indicator 2
Hard disk status indicator 1
Operation/alarm indicator

10. Active/standby status


indicator
11. Health status indicator
12. Service status indicator

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the GPBX1 panel, refer to Table 4-6.
Table 4-6 GPBX1 Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OOS

Red/Green

Service status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator, refer

indicator

to "A.1 OOS Indicator".

Health status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator, refer to

indicator

"A.2 OK Indicator".

Hot-swap status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator, refer

indicator

to "A.3 H/S Indicator".

OK

H/S

Red/Green

Blue

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Color

Meaning

Description

ACT

Green

Active/standby

For details of the indicator, refer to "A.4 ACT

status indicator

Indicator".

Operating and

For details of the indicator, refer to "A.5 HOST

alarm indicator

Indicator".

Hard disk status

The green light flashes: Indicates that the hard

indicator

disk is performing read/write operations.

HOST

HD1

Red/Green

Red/Green

HD2

The red light is on: Indicates that the hard disk


fails or is off position.

Interfaces
For a description of GPBX1 interfaces, refer to Table 4-7.
Table 4-7 GPBX1 Interfaces Description
Interface

Meaning

Description

USB port

Connected to devices with USB

The port complies with the USB 2.0

HOST-232 serial

interfaces, for example, a USB mouse

standard and is compatible with the

or keyboard.

USB 1.1 standard.

Used for CPU subcard debugging.

The port complies with the RS-232

port
IPMC-232 serial

standard. The interface type is RJ-45,


Used for IPMC subcard debugging.

and the bit rate is 115200 bit/s.

port

Buttons
For a description of the buttons on the GPBX1 panel, refer to Table 4-8.
Table 4-8 GPBX1 Buttons Description
Button

Meaning

Description

RST

Reset button

Restarts the board.

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the GPBX1, refer to Table 4-9.
Table 4-9 Technical Parameters of GPBX1
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

350.93 mm * 28.95 mm * 283.94 mm (Height * Width

parameter

Electrical property

* Depth)
Weight

3.86 kg

Power

Normal operational power: 120 W


Maximum power: 145 W
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4.4 SWBB0 Board


Functions
The SWBB0 board is a GE switching board. The SWBB0 board mainly has the following
functions:
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It implements system control through GE switching on the Base plane.


It provides 8 KHz clock distribution.
It provides the trunk function. One trunk group contains up to eight GE ports.
It supports the SJTAG function.
It provides the active/standby backup function.

Configuration Rules
The shelf must be configured with two SWBB0 boards. The SWBB0 boards are fixed in
slots 7 and 8 to implement the active/standby function.

Appearance
For the appearance of the SWBB0 board, see Figure 4-6.
Figure 4-6 SWBB0 Appearance

1. Guide block

2. Signal connector on the


backplane
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3. Power socket
4. Memory
5. CPU

6. Extractor
7. Panel
8. Functional board

9. Plug-in unit socket

Panel
For the SWBB0 panel diagram, see Figure 4-7.
Figure 4-7 SWBB0 Panel Diagram

1. Board name label


2. Status indicators of Base
interfaces 18
3. Status indicators of Fabric
interfaces 18
4. ETH-DBG debugging
network port

5. IPMC-232 debugging serial


port
6. HOST-232 debugging
serial port
7. Reset button
8. Hot-swap status indicator
9. Operation/alarm indicator

10. Active/standby status


indicator
11. Health status indicator
12. Service status indicator

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the SWBB0 panel, refer to Table 4-10.

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Table 4-10 SWBB0 Indicators Description


Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OOS

Red/Gr-

Service status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

een

indicator

refer to "A.1 OOS Indicator".

Red/Gr-

Health status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

een

indicator

refer to "A.2 OK Indicator".

Blue

Hot-swap status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.3 H/S Indicator".

Red/Gr-

Operating and alarm

The green light flashes: Indicates that the

een

indicator

board is operating properly.

OK

H/S

HOST

The red light flashes: Indicates that the


board is not operating properly and alarms
occur. The more rapidly the red light flashes,
the higher the alarm level.
ACT

BASE

Green

Green

INTERFACE18

Active/standby

On: Indicates that the board is active.

status indicator

Off: Indicates that the board is standby.

Status indicators of

The indicator is on when the Base plane

Base interfaces 18

interface is connected, and it flashes when


data is being transmitted through the
interface.

FABRIC

Reserved, and not used in this version.

INTERFACE1~8

Interfaces
For a description of SWBB0 interfaces, refer to Table 4-11.
Table 4-11 SWBB0 Interfaces Description
Interface

Meaning

Description

ETH-DBG debugging network

FE debugging network port

The interface type is RJ-45.

Serial port for local management,

The port complies with

port
HOST-232 debugging serial port

IPMC-232 debugging serial port

maintenance, and Base plane

the RS-232 standard. The

debugging

interface type is RJ-45, and

Serial port for locally upgrading or

the bit rate is 115200 bit/s.

loading IPMC software


Serial port for entering IPMC
subcard command line mode

Buttons
For a description of the buttons on the SWBB0 panel, refer to Table 4-12.
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Button

Meaning

Description

RST

Reset button

Restarts the board.

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the SWBB0, refer to Table 4-13.
Table 4-13 Technical Parameters of SWBB0
Types

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical parameter

Size

350.93 mm * 28.95 mm * 283.94 mm (Height * Width


* Depth)

Electrical property

Weight

2.092 kg

Power

Normal operational power: 30 W


Maximum power: 35 W

4.5 SWBB1 Board


Functions
The SWBB1 board is a GE switching board. The SWBB1 board mainly has the following
functions:
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It implements system control and service plane switching/interconnection through GE


switching on the Base plane and Fabric plane.
It provides 8 KHz clock distribution.
It provides the trunk function. One trunk group contains up to eight GE ports.
It supports the SJTAG function.
It provides the active/standby backup function.

Configuration Rules
The shelf must be configured with two SWBB1 boards. The SWBB1 boards are fixed in
slots 7 and 8 to implement the active/standby function.

Panel
For the SWBB1 panel diagram, see Figure 4-8.

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Figure 4-8 SWBB1 Panel Diagram

1. Board name label


2. Status indicators of Base
interfaces 18
3. Status indicators of Fabric
interfaces 18
4. ETH-DBG debugging
network port

5. IPMC-232 debugging serial


port
6. HOST-232 debugging
serial port
7. Reset button
8. Hot-swap status indicator
9. Operation/alarm indicator

10. Active/standby status


indicator
11. Health status indicator
12. Service status indicator

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the SWBB1 panel, refer to Table 4-14.
Table 4-14 SWBB1 Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OOS

Red/Green

Service status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.1 OOS Indicator".

Health status indicator

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

OK

Red/Green

refer to "A.2 OK Indicator".


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Color

Meaning

Description

H/S

Blue

Hot-swap status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.3 H/S Indicator".

Operating and alarm

The green light flashes: Indicates that the

indicator

board is operating properly.

HOST

Red/Green

The red light flashes: Indicates that the


board is not operating properly and alarms
occur. The more rapidly the red light
flashes, the higher the alarm level.
ACT

BASE

Green

Green

INTER-

Active/standby status

On: Indicates that the board is active.

indicator

Off: Indicates that the board is standby.

Status indicators of

The indicator is on when the Base plane

Base interfaces 18

interface is connected, and it flashes

FACE18

when data is being transmitted through the


interface.

FABRIC

Green

INTER-

Status indicators of

The indicator is on when the Fabric plane

Fabric interfaces 18

interface is connected, and it flashes

FACE18

when data is being transmitted through the


interface.

Interfaces
For a description of SWBB1 interfaces, refer to Table 4-15.
Table 4-15 SWBB1 Interfaces Description
Interface

Meaning

Description

ETH-DBG debugging

FE debugging network port

The interface type is RJ-45.

HOST-232 debugging

Serial port for local management,

The port complies with the RS-232

serial port

maintenance, and Base plane

standard. The interface type is RJ-45,

debugging

and the bit rate is 115200 bit/s.

network port

IPMC-232 debugging

Serial port for locally upgrading or

serial port

loading IPMC software


Serial port for entering IPMC
subcard command line mode

Buttons
For a description of the buttons on the SWBB1 panel, refer to Table 4-16.
Table 4-16 SWBB1 Buttons Description
Button

Meaning

Description

RST

Reset button

Restarts the board.


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Specifications
For the technical parameters of the SWBB1, refer to Table 4-17.
Table 4-17 Technical Parameters of SWBB1
Types

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

350.93 mm * 28.95 mm * 283.94 mm (Height * Width

parameter

Electrical property

* Depth)
Weight

2.2 kg

Power consumption

Normal operational power: 45 W


Maximum power: 55 W

4.6 SLB Board


Functions
The SLB board is a signaling processing board. The SLB board mainly has the following
functions:
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Signaling processing
It provides 32 E1/T1 links to the SS7 network to process HDLC, MTP2, or lower layer
messages of No.7 signaling.

Line clock extraction


It extracts the line clock from E1/T1 links, and outputs the clock through the coaxial
port on the panel of the corresponding rear card.

Configuration Rules
The SLB boards are configured in any slot except slots 7 and slots 8. When the SLB
boards are used as signaling processing boards, they need to be configured in pairs. At
least one pair of SLB boards are required for each physical office or each type of signaling
links. The working mode of the SLB boards are load-sharing.

Processing Capability
The SLB board is configured with four CPU subcards to process No.7 signaling. For the
link support capability of the SLB board, refer to Table 4-18.
Table 4-18 Link Support Capability of SLB
Parameter

Description

Number of accessed E1 links

32

Number of subcards

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Processing capability of
a single subcard

Description
2 M signaling link

64 K signaling link

64

Appearance
For the appearance of the SLB board, see Figure 4-9.
Figure 4-9 SLB Appearance

1. Extractor
2. Panel

3. D8560 sub-cards
4. Functional board

5. SLB functional board


6. Guide blocks K1/K2

Panel
For the SLB panel diagram, see Figure 4-10.

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Figure 4-10 SLB Panel Diagram

1. Board name label


2. Signaling link status
indicator
3. Debugging network port
4. IMPC-232 serial port

5.
6.
7.
8.

HOST-232 serial port


Reset button
Hot-swap status indicator
Operation/alarm indicator

9. Active/standby status
indicator
10. Health status indicator
11. Service status indicator

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the SLB panel, refer to Table 4-19.
Table 4-19 SLB Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OOS

Red/Green

Service status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.1 OOS Indicator".

Health status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.2 OK Indicator".

Hot-swap status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.3 H/S Indicator".

OK

H/S

Red/Green

Blue

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Color

Meaning

Description

HOST

Red/Green

Operating and

The green light flashes: Indicates that the

alarm indicator

board is operating properly.


The red light flashes: Indicates that the
board is not operating properly and alarms
occur. The more rapidly the red light flashes,
the higher the alarm level.

ACT

L1L32

Green

Green

Active/standby

On: Indicates that the board is active.

status indicator

Off: Indicates that the board is standby.

Signaling link

Off: Indicates that the signaling link is not

status indicator

configured.
On: Indicates that the signaling link is
configured.
Flashing: Indicates that the signaling link is
normal and there is no critical alarm.

Interfaces
For a description of SLB interfaces, refer to Table 4-20.
Table 4-20 SLB Interfaces Description
Interface
Debugging network port

Meaning

Description

100M base network port used

The interface type is RJ-45.

for debugging
HOST-232 serial port

Used for CPU subcard

The port complies with the

debugging.

RS-232 standard. The interface

Four CPU subcards share one

type is RJ-45, and the bit rate

RS-232 serial port, the IPMC

is 115200 bit/s.

subcard determines which CPU


is to be debugged.
IPMC-232 serial port

Used for IPMC subcard


debugging.

Buttons
For a description of the buttons on the SLB panel, refer to Table 4-21.
Table 4-21 SLB Buttons Description
Button

Meaning

Description

RST

Reset button

Restarts the board.

DIP Switches
The SLB board provides eight 4-digit DIP switches (S5S12) for setting impedance
matching, see Figure 4-11.
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Figure 4-11 DIP Switches of SLB

For the relationship between the DIP switches and E1/T1 links, refer to Table 4-22.
Table 4-22 Relationship Between DIP Switches and E1/T1 Links
DIP Switch
S5

S6

E1/T1

DIP Switch

Bit 1

Channel 1

S9

Bit 2

E1/T1
Bit 1

Channel 17

Channel 2

Bit 2

Channel 18

Bit 3

Channel 3

Bit 3

Channel 19

Bit 4

Channel 4

Bit 4

Channel 20

Bit 1

Channel 5

Bit 1

Channel 21

Bit 2

Channel 6

Bit 2

Channel 22

Bit 3

Channel 7

Bit 3

Channel 23

Bit 4

Channel 8

Bit 4

Channel 24

S10

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S7

S8

E1/T1

DIP Switch

Bit 1

Channel 9

S11

Bit 2

E1/T1
Bit 1

Channel 25

Channel 10

Bit 2

Channel 26

Bit 3

Channel 11

Bit 3

Channel 27

Bit 4

Channel 12

Bit 4

Channel 28

Bit 1

Channel 13

Bit 1

Channel 29

Bit 2

Channel 14

Bit 2

Channel 30

Bit 3

Channel 15

Bit 3

Channel 31

Bit 4

Channel 16

Bit 4

Channel 32

S12

For how to set the DIP switches, refer to Table 4-23.


Table 4-23 DIP Switch Settings
E1/T1 Access Cable

DIP Switch

75 ohm E1 trunk cable

ON

120 ohm E1 trunk cable

OFF

100 ohm T1 trunk cable

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the SLB, refer to Table 4-24.
Table 4-24 Technical Parameters of SLB
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

283.94 mm * 28.95 mm * 350.93 mm (Height * Width

parameter

* Depth)
Weight

2.32 kg (configured with one IPMC sub-card and four


CPU sub-cards)

Electrical property

Power

Normal operational power: 60 W


Maximum power: 70 W

4.7 GPI1 Board


Functions
The GPI1 board provides various extended interfaces to processing board
(GPBB0/GPBX1 board), such as GE and USB interfaces, for the connection with external
devices.

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For the appearance of the GPI1 board, see Figure 4-12.
Figure 4-12 GPI1 Appearance

1. Guide pin
2. Circuit board

3. Guide block
4. Panel

5. Extractor

Panel
For the GPI1 panel diagram, see Figure 4-13.

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Figure 4-13 GPI1 Panel Diagram

1.
2.
3.
4.

Board name label


Service status indicator
Health status indicator
Hot-swap status indicator

5.
6.
7.
8.

Display interface
GE interface
Keyboard interface
Mouse interface

9. USB port
10. Debugging serial port

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the GPI1 panel, refer to Table 4-25.
Table 4-25 GPI1 Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OOS

Red/Green

Service status

IPMC control. For details of the

indicator

indicator, refer to "A.1 OOS Indicator".

Health status

IPMC control. For details of the

indicator

indicator, refer to "A.2 OK Indicator".

OK

Red/Green

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Color

Meaning

Description

H/S

Blue

Hot-swap status

IPMC control. For details of the

indicator

indicator, refer to "A.3 H/S Indicator".

Interfaces
For a description of GPI1 interfaces, refer to Table 4-26.
Table 4-26 GPI1 Interfaces Description
Interface

Meaning

Description

USB interface

Connected to devices with USB

The port complies with the USB 2.0

interfaces, for example, a USB mouse,

standard and is compatible with the

keyboard, or driver.

USB 1.1 standard.

Debugging serial

Used for local debugging,

The port complies with the RS-232

port

maintenance, or configuration.

standard. The interface type is RJ-45,


and the bit rate is 115200 bit/s.

GE interface

Four Ethernet interfaces

10/100/1000M Base-T self-adaptive,


RJ-45 interface.

Keyboard interface
Mouse interface

Connected to KVM devices, and used


for software installation, debugging,

PS/2 type.
PS/2 type.

and maintenance for front boards.


Display interface

Standard VGA interface.

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the GPI1, refer to Table 4-27.
Table 4-27 Technical Parameters of GPI1
Types

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

350.93 mm * 28.95 mm * 73.94 mm (Height * Width *

parameter

Electrical property

Depth)
Weight

0.7 kg

Power

Maximum power: 15 W

4.8 GPI2 Board


Functions
The GPI2 board provides various extended interfaces to processing board
(GPBB0/GPBX1 board), such as optical interfaces and USB interfaces, for the connection
with external devices.

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For the appearance of the GPI2 board, see Figure 4-14.
Figure 4-14 GPI2 Appearance

1. Extractor
2. Panel

3. Circuit board
4. Guide pin

Panel
For the GPI2 panel diagram, see Figure 4-15.

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Figure 4-15 GPI2 Panel Diagram

1.
2.
3.
4.

Board name label


Service status indicator
Health status indicator
Hot-swap status indicator

5.
6.
7.
8.

Display interface
Optical interface
Keyboard interface
Mouse interface

9. USB interface
10. Debugging serial port
11. Optical interface indicator

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the GPI2 panel, refer to Table 4-28.
Table 4-28 GPI2 Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OOS

Red/Green

Service status indicator

IPMC control. For details of


the indicator, refer to "A.1 OOS
Indicator".

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Color

Meaning

Description

OK

Red/Green

Health status indicator

IPMC control. For details of


the indicator, refer to "A.2 OK
Indicator".

H/S

Blue

Hot-swap status indicator

IPMC control. For details of


the indicator, refer to "A.3 H/S
Indicator".

SD

Green

Optical interface indicator

On: Indicates that the optical


module receives optical signals.
Off: Indicates that the optical
module does not receive optical
signals.

ACT

Green

Flashing: Indicates that data is


being transmitted on the link layer.

Interfaces
For a description of GPI2 interfaces, refer to Table 4-29.
Table 4-29 GPI2 Interfaces Description
Interface

Meaning

Description

USB interface

Connected to devices with USB

The port complies with the USB 2.0

interfaces, for example, a USB mouse,

standard and is compatible with the

keyboard, or driver.

USB 1.1 standard.

Debugging serial

Used for local debugging, maintenance,

The port complies with the RS-232

port

or configuration.

standard. The interface type is RJ-45,


and the bit rate is 115200 bit/s.

Optical interface

Four GE optical interfaces

Both the receiving port and the sending


port of each optical interface is marked
with TX and RX from top to bottom.

Keyboard

Connected to KVM devices, and used

interface

for software installation, debugging,

Mouse interface

and maintenance for boards.

Display interface

PS/2 type.

PS/2 type.
Standard VGA interface.

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the GPI2, refer to Table 4-30.

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Table 4-30 Technical Parameters of GPI2


Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

350.93 mm 28.95 mm 73.94 mm (Height Width

parameter

Electrical

Depth)
Weight

0.7 kg

Power

Maximum power: 15 W

property

4.9 SWI1 Board


Functions
The SWI1 board provides various interfaces for switching board (SWBB0 board) for the
connection with external devices.
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It provides extended external interfaces, such as Ethernet interfaces and RS485


interfaces.
It configures the Daughter ATCA Clock Module (DACM) clock subcard to provide the
clock function for the shelf.
The DACM provides various clock functions including Building Integrated Timing
Supply (BITS) clock input, line clock extraction, clock synchronization phase lock,
and clock distribution.

Appearance
For the appearance of the SWI1 board, refer to Figure 4-16.

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Figure 4-16 SWI1 Appearance

1. Extractor
2. Panel

3. Functional board
4. Guide pin

Panel
For the SWI1 panel diagram, see Figure 4-17.

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Figure 4-17 SWI1 Panel Diagram

1. Board name label


2. Clock reference
holding/free state indicator
3. Service status indicator
4. Health status indicator
5. RS485 interface
6. Hot-swap status indicator

7.
8.
9.
10.

Clock output interface


Clock input interface
Debugging network port
GE network port on the
Base plane
11. Reset button

12. Clock reference selection


button
13. Clock reference
tracing/capturing indicator
14. Clock reference selection
indicator
15. Operation/alarm indicator

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the SWI1 panel, refer to Table 4-31.
Table 4-31 SWI1 Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OOS

Red/Green

Service status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.1 OOS Indicator".

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Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OK

Red/Green

Health status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.2 OK Indicator".

Hot-swap status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.3 H/S Indicator".

Operating and

The green light flashes: Indicates that the

H/S

HOST

Blue

Red/Green

alarm indicator

board is operating properly.


The red light flashes: Indicates that the
board is not operating properly and alarms
occur. The more rapidly the red light flashes,
the higher the alarm level.

R1

Green

Clock reference

On: Indicates that REF1I is used as the

selection indicator

clock reference.
Off: Indicates that REF1I is not used as the
clock reference.

R2

Green

Clock reference

On: Indicates that REF2I is used as the

selection indicator

clock reference.
Off: Indicates that REF2I is not used as the
clock reference.

T/C

Green

Clock reference

On: Indicates the tracing state, that is, a

tracing/capturing

clock reference is found and locked.

indicator

Flashing: Indicates the capturing state, that


is, a clock reference is found but not locked.
T/C and K/F indicators flash simultaneously:
Indicates the pre-heating state.

K/F

Green

Clock reference

On: Indicates the holding state, that is,

holding/free state

a clock reference is locked but is lost

indicator

temporarily.
Flashing: Indicates the free state, that is, a
clock reference is not found or locked.
T/C and K/F indicators flash simultaneously:
Indicates the pre-heating state.

Interfaces
For a description of SWI1 interfaces, refer to Table 4-32.
Table 4-32 SWI1 Interfaces Description
Interface

Meaning

Description

BASE

GE network port on the Base plane

The interface type is RJ-45.

DEBUG

Debugging network port

10/100M Base-T self-adaptive,


RJ-45 interface.

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Interface

Meaning

Description

RS485

RS485 interface, connected to the

RJ-45 interface.

environment monitoring unit (for


example, universal PDU) in the cabinet.
REF1I

Clock input interface. A clock reference

signal is inputted through a coaxial cable.


REF2I

Clock input interface. A clock reference

signal is inputted through a coaxial cable.


REF1O

Clock output interface. A clock reference

signal is outputted through a coaxial


cable.
REF2O

Clock output interface. A clock reference

signal is outputted through a coaxial


cable.

Buttons
For a description of the buttons on the SWI1 panel, refer to Table 4-33.
Table 4-33 SWI1 Buttons Description
Button

Meaning

Description

MANSL

Clock reference

Selects the external clock reference REF1I or REF2I.

selection button

If REF1I is selected, the clock reference selection


indicator R1 is on.

If REF2I is selected, the clock reference selection


indicator R2 is on.

RST

Reset button

Resets the clock subcard.

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the SWI1, refer to Table 4-34.
Table 4-34 Technical Parameters of SWI1
Type

Index

Mechanical parameter

Size

Technical Parameter
350.93 mm * 28.95 mm * 73.94 mm (Height * Width
* Depth)

Electrical property

Weight

0.8 kg

Power

Maximum power: 15 W

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Functions
The SWI2 board provides various interfaces for switching board (SWBB1 board) for the
connection with external devices.
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It provides extended external interfaces, such as Ethernet interfaces and RS485


interfaces.
It configures the Daughter ATCA Clock Module (DACM) clock subcard to provide the
clock function for the shelf.
The DACM provides various clock functions including Building Integrated Timing
Supply (BITS) clock input, line clock extraction, clock synchronization phase lock,
and clock distribution.

Appearance
For the appearance of the SWI2 board, refer to Figure 4-18.
Figure 4-18 SWI2 Appearance

1. Extractor
2. Panel

3. Functional board
4. Guide pin

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Panel
For the SWI2 panel diagram, see Figure 4-19.
Figure 4-19 SWI2 Panel Diagram

1. Board name label


2. Clock reference
holding/free state indicator
3. Service status indicator
4. Health status indicator
5. RS485 interface
6. Hot-swap status indicator
7. Clock output interface

8. Clock input interface


9. Debugging network port
10. GE network port on the
Fabric plane
11. GE network port on the
Base plane
12. Reset button

13. Clock reference selection


button
14. Clock reference
tracing/capturing indicator
15. Clock reference selection
indicator
16. Operation/alarm indicator

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the SWI2 panel, refer to Table 4-35.

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Table 4-35 SWI2 Indicators Description


Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OOS

Red/Green

Service status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.1 OOS Indicator".

Health status indicator

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

OK

Red/Green

refer to "A.2 OK Indicator".


H/S

HOST

Blue

Red/Green

Hot-swap status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.3 H/S Indicator".

Operating and alarm

The green light flashes: Indicates that the

indicator

board is operating properly.


The red light flashes: Indicates that the
board is not operating properly and alarms
occur. The more rapidly the red light
flashes, the higher the alarm level.

R1

Green

Clock reference

On: Indicates that REF1I is used as the

selection indicator

clock reference.
Off: Indicates that REF1I is not used as the
clock reference.

R2

Green

Clock reference

On: Indicates that REF2I is used as the

selection indicator

clock reference.
Off: Indicates that REF2I is not used as the
clock reference.

T/C

Green

Clock reference

On: Indicates the tracing state, that is, a

tracing/capturing

clock reference is found and locked.

indicator

Flashing: Indicates the capturing state, that


is, a clock reference is found but not locked.
T/C and K/F indicators flash simultaneously:
Indicates the pre-heating state.

K/F

Green

Clock reference

On: Indicates the holding state, that is,

holding/free state

a clock reference is locked but is lost

indicator

temporarily.
Flashing: Indicates the free state, that is, a
clock reference is not found or locked.
T/C and K/F indicators flash simultaneously:
Indicates the pre-heating state.

Interfaces
For a description of SWI2 interfaces, refer to Table 4-36.

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Table 4-36 SWI2 Interfaces Description


Interface

Meaning

Description

BASE

GE network port on the Base plane

The interface type is RJ-45.

FABRIC

GE network port on the Fabric plane

DEBUG

Debugging network port

10/100M Base-T self-adaptive, RJ-45


interface.

RS485

RS485 interface, connected to the

RJ-45 interface.

environment monitoring unit (for


example, universal PDU) in the
cabinet.
REF1I

Clock input interface. A clock

reference signal is inputted through a


coaxial cable.
REF2I

Clock input interface. A clock

reference signal is inputted through a


coaxial cable.
REF1O

Clock output interface. A clock

reference signal is outputted through a


coaxial cable.
REF2O

Clock output interface. A clock

reference signal is outputted through a


coaxial cable.

Buttons
For a description of the buttons on the SWI2 panel, refer to Table 4-37.
Table 4-37 SWI2 Buttons Description
Button

Meaning

Description

MANSL

Clock reference

Selects the external clock reference REF1I or REF2I.

selection button

If REF1I is selected, the clock reference selection


indicator R1 is on.

If REF2I is selected, the clock reference selection


indicator R2 is on.

RST

Reset button

Resets the clock subcard.

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the SWI2, refer to Table 4-38.

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Table 4-38 Technical Parameters of SWI2


Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

350.93 mm *28.95 mm *73.94 mm (Height *

parameter

Electrical property

Width * Depth)
Weight

0.8 kg

Power consumption (with the

Maximum power: 15 W

DACM daughter card)

4.11 SLI Board


Functions
The SLI board provides various interfaces to the SLB board for the connection with external
devices.
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The SLI board provides 32-channel E1/T1 signal input, and supports balanced and
unbalanced cables.
The SLI board extracts a 2 MHz clock from E1/T1 links. Based on this clock, the board
outputs 2-channel E1 signals to the clock subcard.

Appearance
For the appearance of the SLI board, see Figure 4-20.

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Figure 4-20 SLI Appearance

1. Guide pin
2. Guide block

3. Functional board
4. Extractor

5. Panel

Panel
For the SLI panel diagram, see Figure 4-21.

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Figure 4-21 SLI Panel Diagram

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Board name label


Service status indicator
Health status indicator
Hot-swap status indicator
Clock output interface 2

6. Clock output interface 1


7. T1/E1 signal output
interface for channels
1732

8. T1/E1 signal output


interface for channels
116
9. Debugging network port

Indicators
For a description of the indicators on the SLI panel, refer to Table 4-39.
Table 4-39 SLI Indicators Description
Indicator

Color

Meaning

Description

OOS

Red/Green

Service status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.1 OOS Indicator".

Health status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.2 OK Indicator".

OK

H/S

Red/Green

Blue

Hot-swap status

IPMC control. For details of the indicator,

indicator

refer to "A.3 H/S Indicator".

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Interfaces
For a description of SLI interfaces, refer to Table 4-40.
Table 4-40 SLI Interfaces Description
Interface

Meaning

Description

Debugging network

Debugging and configuration network

Connected to the Base plane of the

port

port

main control CPU subcard.


10/100 M Base-T self-adaptive, RJ-45
interface.

T1/E1 116

E1/T1 signaling input interface

T1/E1 signal input.

T1/E1 1732
REF1O

The SLI board provides 32-channel

E1 link recovery clock output interface

The SLI board provides E1 signals to


the clock subcard as a clock reference.

REF2O

Jumpers
The SLI board provides 64 jumpers X9X16 for setting different types of external trunk
cables, see Figure 4-22.

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Figure 4-22 Jumpers of SLI

For how to set the jumpers, refer to Table 4-41.


Table 4-41 Jumper Settings
E1/T1 Access Cable

Trunk Cable Type

Jumper Setting

75 ohm E1 trunk cable

Coaxial cable

Install the jumper cap

120 ohm E1 trunk cable

Balanced and symmetric cable

Uninstall the jumper


cap

100 ohm T1 trunk cable

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the SLI, refer to Table 4-42.

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Table 4-42 Technical Parameters of SLI


Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical

Size

350.93 mm * 28.95 mm * 73.94 mm (Height * Width *

parameter

Electrical property

Depth)
Weight

0.65 kg

Power

Maximum power: 2 W

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Alarm Box
Table of Contents
Alarm Box Structure ...................................................................................................5-1
Specifications .............................................................................................................5-5

5.1 Alarm Box Structure


Functions
An alarm box is connected to an alarm server through a hub or layer-2 switch to receive
alarm data from the alarm server, so that it can raise light and sound alarms of different
levels, show alarm information on an LCD display, and send short messages about the
alarms.
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Alarm sound function


Through a built-in speaker, the alarm box can raise alarms in buzzer mode or human
voice mode.

Alarm light function


The alarm box can lighten indicators of different alarm levels (from low to high: green,
orange, blue, and red).

Alarm server group indication function


Ten alarm server indicators are set on the alarm box panel to respectively indicate the
status (such as communication or alarm status) of ten alarm server groups.
The alarm box supports up to 128 alarm servers (10 alarm server groups).

Short message sending function


By using a built-in mobile phone module, the alarm box can send short messages
about current alarms to the mobile phones of specified maintenance personnel. The
alarm box supports sending short messages in a Code Division Multiple Access
(CDMA) or Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) network, but it cannot
support both CDMA and GSM networks at the same time.

LCD display and button setting function


Through an LCD display, the alarm box can display the alarm statistical information
sent from an alarm server. The alarm box menu and buttons on the alarm box panel
can set operational parameters of the alarm box, such as the IP address, UDP port
number, button sound switch, and backlight control.
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Remote access function


The alarm box can be connected to an alarm server in the same network segment or
in a different network segment. To connect an alarm box to a remote alarm server,
you need to add related routing information on the alarm box. Thus, the alarm box
can be placed flexibly (for example, in your office), not necessarily in the equipment
room.

Multi-office integration function


The servers connected to the alarm box are generally not in the same network
segment, so the multi-office integration function is often used together with the
remote access function.

Inter-VLAN access function


Through a layer-2 switch, the alarm box can be connected to the alarm servers in
different Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs). Thus, these alarm servers are isolated
from each other, and you need not pay much money to buy a layer-3 switch.

Network storm detection function


According to the actual network conditions, you can set the threshold value of a
network storm to monitor network congestion due to broadcast packets.

Group-based alarm confirmation function


Alarms can be confirmed by alarm server group number. That is, the alarms reported
by the alarm servers in the same group are confirmed at a time.

Alarm statistics and query function


Through the LCD, you can query the alarm statistical data at different levels of each
alarm server.

Automatic mute function


The automatic mute function can be set by alarm level.

Remote operation function


You can use a Telnet tool to remotely log in to the alarm box and run MML commands
to configure alarm servers, routes, VLANs, short message, and time parameters.

Panel
For the front panel diagram of the alarm box, see Figure 5-1.

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Figure 5-1 Front Panel of the Alarm Box

1. Alarm indicator
2. Alarm server indicator

3. Speaker
4. Button

5. Operation indicator

For the bottom panel diagram of the alarm box, see Figure 5-2.
Figure 5-2 Bottom Panel of the Alarm Box

1. Reset button
2. Network port 1

3. Network port 2
4. Debugging serial port

5. DC power interface
6. Power switch

Indicators
On the front panel of the alarm box, four alarm indicators are set to indicate the alarms at
four levels. For a description of the alarm levels, refer to Table 5-1. For a description of
the alarm indicator states, refer to Table 5-2.
Table 5-1 Alarm Indicator Levels Description
Indicator Name

Description

SERIOUS

Red, critical alarm indicator (level-1 alarm)


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Description

MAJOR

Blue, major alarm indicator (level-2 alarm)

MINOR

Orange, minor alarm indicator (level-3 alarm)

WARNING

Yellow, warning alarm indicator (level-4 alarm)

Table 5-2 Alarm Indicator States Description


Indicator State

Description

Flashing

An alarm of the corresponding level exists, which has not been confirmed.

On

An alarm of the corresponding level exists, which has been confirmed.

Off

An alarm of the corresponding level does not exist.

On the front panel of the alarm box, ten alarm server indicators are set to indicate the link
status and alarm status of the connected ten groups of alarm servers. For a description of
the alarm server indicator states, refer to Table 5-3.
Table 5-3 Alarm Server Indicator States Description
Indicator Color

Indicator State

Description

Red

Flashing

A new alarm is reported, which has not been confirmed.

On

A new alarm is reported, which has not been confirmed.

Flashing

No new alarm is reported, and communication is normal.

On

The communication with the alarm server is interrupted.

Yellow

Off

The alarm server is not configured.

Interfaces/Buttons
The interfaces/buttons of the alarm box are on the bottom of the alarm box. For a
description of the interfaces/buttons, refer to Table 5-4.
Table 5-4 Alarm Box Interfaces/Buttons Description
Interface/But-

Meaning

Description

LAN1

Network port 1

Used for interconnecting with alarm servers.

LAN2

Network port 2

Unavailable now.

RS232

Debugging

Used for loading files during alarm box version upgrade or

serial port

showing system information during debugging.

Reset

Reset button

Resets the alarm box.

DC power

Connected to the power adapter.

ton

interface
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Buttons
You can use the alarm box buttons to view alarm information on the LCD and set the
parameters of the alarm box. For a description of the alarm box buttons, refer to Table 5-5.
Table 5-5 Alarm Box Buttons Description
Button

Meaning

Description

Cancel

Return

Returns to the previous menu.

OK

Confirm

Confirms the result of an operation.

Menu

Function

Opens the main menu.

ACK

Confirm

Confirms the alarm reported by an alarm server.

Up/Down

Moves up/down a menu, or adds/deletes an IP address or port

number.
Left/Right

Moves the cursor to the left or right.

5.2 Specifications
For the technical parameters of the alarm box, refer to Table 5-6.
Table 5-6 Technical Parameter of the Alarm Box
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Physical

Size

323 mm 220 mm 58 mm (Length Width Depth)

Power

DC power supply mode: 48 V DC

parameter
Electrical
property

AC power supply mode: A supporting power adapter is used,


whose voltage range is 90 V AC to 264 V AC.

Service
capacity

Power

40 W

Number of configurable alarm servers 128


Number of configurable alarm sever groups 10

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Cables
Table of Contents
Cable Description .......................................................................................................6-1
Cabinet Input Power Cable and Protective Grounding Cable ......................................6-4
E4140 Shelf Power Cable and Protective Grounding Cable........................................6-7
Power Cables and Protective Grounding Cables Inside a Cabinet ..............................6-8
Monitoring Cables ......................................................................................................6-8
Communication Cables ............................................................................................6-14
68-core E1/T1 Transmission Cables.........................................................................6-16
Clock Cables ............................................................................................................6-30
Debugging Cables....................................................................................................6-36

6.1 Cable Description


For a description of ZXUN iCX(MSCS) cables, refer to Table 6-1.
Table 6-1 Cables Description
Type

End A

Cabi-

Cabinet

net input

power cable

power

End B

Purpose

Connected to the 48 V/60 V power of the cabinet.

Connector Type

Round bare terminal

Naked wire (to which a

TNR22-6

terminal is crimped after

cable

wiring)

and protective

Interconnection

Power input terminal

Output power copper bar of

ground-

port

of the cabinet power

the DC power distribution

distribution box

cabinet

ing cable
Diagram
Cabinet RTN
grounding

Purpose

Connected to the -48 V/-60 V power of the cabinet.

Connector Type

Round bare terminal

Naked wire (to which a

TNR22-6

terminal is crimped after

cable

wiring)
Interconnection

RTN input terminal

RTN output copper bar of

port

of the cabinet power

the DC power distribution

distribution box

cabinet

Diagram

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Type

End A
Cabinet

Purpose

Connected to the protective ground in the equipment

protective
grounding

End B

room
Connector Type

Round bare terminal

Round bare terminal

TNR38-8

TNR38-8

Interconnection

Grounding port on top

Protective grounding bar of

port

of the cabinet

cable

the DC power distribution


cabinet or equipment room

Diagram
E4140

E4140 shelf

shelf

power cable

power

Purpose

Connected to the -48 V/-60 V power of the E4140


shelf

Connector Type

Round bare terminal

Round bare terminal

TNR8-6

TNR8-6

Interconnection

Wiring terminal of the

Output power terminal of

port

NPEM shelf

the universal PDU

cable
and protective
ground-

Diagram

ing cable
E4140

Purpose

Connected to the -48 V/-60 V power of the E4140

shelf RTN
grounding

shelf
Connector Type

Round bare terminal

Round bare terminal

TNR8-6

TNR8-6

Interconnection

RTN wiring terminal of

RTN output terminal of the

port

the NPEM shelf

universal PDU

cable

Diagram
Shelf
protective

Purpose

Connected to the protective ground of the cabinet

Connector Type

Round bare terminal

Round bare terminal

TNR14-6

TNR14-8

Interconnection

Grounding point of the

Grounding point of the

port

NPEM shelf

cabinet

grounding
cable

Diagram

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Type

End A

Monitor-

Door control

ing cable

monitoring
cable

Purpose

End B

Door control monitoring cable of the cabinet and


equipment room

Connector Type

DB15 connector (pin)

Naked wire

Interconnection

The interface whose ID

port

is "DOOR" on the rear

control sensor of the

board of the universal


PDU

End B1: front door


cabinet

End B2: rear door


control sensor of the
cabinet

End B3: door control


sensor 1 of the
equipment room

End B4: door control


sensor 2 of the
equipment room

End B5: door control


sensor 3 of the
equipment room

End B6: door control


sensor 4 of the
equipment room

Diagram

Environment

Purpose

monitoring
cable

Signal transfer cable of the infrared sensor,


temperature/humidity sensor, and smoke sensor

Connector Type

DB15 connector (pin)

DB9 connector (hole)

Interconnection

The interface whose

port

ID is "SENSOR" on
the rear board of the

End B1: infrared


sensor

universal PDU

End B2:
temperature/humidity
sensor

End B3: smoke sensor

End B4: reserved

Diagram

RS485 com-

Purpose

munication
cable

RS485 communication monitoring cable of the


universal PDU

Connector Type

RJ-45 connector

RJ-45 connector

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Interconnection

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RS485 interface on the

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End A

Commu-

Network

nication

cable

cable

Purpose

End B

Data transmission cable between two devices or


terminals

Connector Type

RJ-45 connector

RJ-45 connector

Interconnection

Network port of a

Network port of a device or

port

device or terminal

terminal

Diagram

Note:
For the E1/T1 transmission cable, clock cable, and debugging cable, it is required to select
the corresponding type of cable as required.

6.2 Cabinet Input Power Cable and Protective


Grounding Cable
Functions
A cabinet input power cable is connected to the DC power distribution cabinet of the
equipment room, and the DC power distribution cabinet provides 48 V/60 V power.
A cabinet protective grounding cable is connected to the protective ground of the DC power
distribution cabinet. Through the DC power distribution cabinet, the cabinet protective
grounding cable is connected to the protective grounding bar of the equipment room, so
that the whole set of equipment becomes an equipotential body.

Name
48 V/60 V power cable: PWR-20908-003
RTN grounding cable: PWR-20908-004
Cabinet protective grounding cable: PE-20970-006

Appearance
End A of the power cable uses a round bare terminal TNR22-6. End B is a naked wire, to
which a terminal is crimped after wiring at the engineering survey site.
End A and End B of the protective grounding cable both use round bare terminal TNR38-8,
to which a specific terminal is installed after wiring at the engineering survey site.
For the appearance of the power cable and protective grounding cable, see Figure 6-1.
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Figure 6-1 Cabinet Input Power Cable and Protective Grounding Cable

Wiring
The cabinet power distribution box provides various power input modes, each of which
requires a supporting protective grounding cable.
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Universal PDU

Dual-channel input power cables: two 48 V/60 V power cables and two RTN
grounding cables.

Dual 2-channel input power cables: four 48 V/60 V power cables and four RTN
grounding cables.

Dual 3-channel input power cables: six 48 V/60 V power cables and six RTN
grounding cables.

Power distribution box


Dual-channel input power cable: two 48 V/60 V power cables and two RTN
grounding cables.

For the wiring details of power cables and protective grounding cables, refer to Table 6-2.
Table 6-2 Wiring of Cabinet Input Power Cables and Protective Grounding Cables
Cable

End A

End B

48 V/60 V power

48 V/60 V power input terminal

48 V/60 V output power copper bar

cable

of the power distribution box

of the DC power distribution cabinet

RTN grounding cable

RTN input terminal of the power

RTN output copper bar of the DC

distribution box

power distribution cabinet

Protective grounding

Grounding port on top of the

Protective grounding bar of the

cable

cabinet

DC power distribution cabinet or


equipment room

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If there is no DC power distribution cabinet in the equipment room:
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The power cable led out of the device cabinet is connected to the DC power distribution
panel or the 48 V/60 V DC negative DC bus bar.
The RTN grounding cable led out of the device cabinet is connected to the DC power
distribution panel or the 48 V/60 V DC positive DC bus bar.

Take the dual 3-channel 48 V input power mode of the universal PDU as an example. For
the wiring from the DC power distribution cabinet to the device cabinet, see Figure 6-2.
Figure 6-2 Wiring From the DC Power Distribution Cabinet to the Device Cabinet (Dual
3-channel)

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the cabinet input power cable and protective grounding
cable, refer to Table 6-3.
Table 6-3 Technical Parameters of the Cabinet Input Power Cable and Protective
Grounding Cable
Name

Specification

48 V/60 V power cable

Blue copper-core fire retardant PE insulated cable (section = 25 mm2)

RTN grounding cable

Black copper-core fire retardant PE insulated cable (section = 25


mm2)

Protective grounding cable

Yellow green fire retardant multi-strand wire (section = 35 mm2)


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6.3 E4140 Shelf Power Cable and Protective Grounding


Cable
Functions
If the E4140 shelf is supplied with 48 V/60 V power by the universal PDU, the E4140
shelf input power cable is connected to the universal PDU.
The shelf protective grounding cable is connected to the vertical cabling rack of the cabinet,
and then to the protective grounding bar of the cabinet and equipment room, so that the
whole set of equipment becomes an equipotential body.

Name
48 V/60 V power cable: PWR-20952-002
RTN grounding cable: PWR-91237-102
Shelf protective grounding cable: PE-29913-001

Appearance
End A and End B of the power cable both use round bare terminal TNR8-6. End A of
the protective grounding cable uses round bare terminal TNR14-6, and End B uses round
bare terminal TNR14-8.
For the appearance of the power cable and protective grounding cable, see Figure 6-3.
Figure 6-3 E4140 Shelf Power Cable and Protective Grounding Cable

Wiring
An E4140 shelf needs four 48 V/60 V power cables, four RTN grounding cables, and
one shelf protective grounding cable.
For the wiring details of power cables and protective grounding cables, refer to Table 6-4.

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Table 6-4 Wiring of E4140 Shelf Power Cables and Protective Grounding Cables
Cable

End A

End B

48 V/60 V power

Wiring terminal of the NPEM shelf

Output power terminal of the

cable
RTN grounding cable

Protective grounding

universal PDU
RTN wiring terminal of the NPEM

RTN output terminal of the universal

shelf

PDU

Grounding point of the NPEM shelf

Grounding point of the vertical

cable

cabling rack of the cabinet

Note:
The input current of a single channel of the universal PDU cannot be greater than 100
A. If the total input current of two channels of an NPEM of the E4140 shelf is greater
than 100 A, the universal PDU must use two input channels to supply power to the
NPEM of the shelf.
If the shelf is installed in a cabinet that has no vertical cabling rack, the shelf protective
grounding cable is connected to the grounding point of the NPEM, and then to the
grounding point on top of the right side of the cabinet (seen from the back of the
cabinet).

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the E4140 shelf power cable and protective grounding
cable, refer to Table 6-5.
Table 6-5 Technical Parameters of the E4140 Shelf Power Cable and Protective
Grounding Cable
Name

Specification

48 V/60 V power cable

Blue fire retardant multi-strand wire (section = 10 mm2)

RTN grounding cable

Black fire retardant multi-strand wire (section = 10 mm2)

Protective grounding cable

Yellow green fire retardant multi-strand wire (section = 16 mm2)

6.4 Power Cables and Protective Grounding Cables


Inside a Cabinet
6.5 Monitoring Cables
6.5.1 Door Control Monitoring Cable
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Functions
Door control monitoring cable of the cabinet and equipment room. The rear card of the
universal PDU provides a door control monitoring interface. A door control monitoring
cable can be connected to the interface to transmit the signals of door control sensors to
the universal PDU, so that the universal PDU can monitor the door status of the cabinet
and equipment room in real time.
The universal PDU supports up to six door control sensors (generally two sensors are for
the cabinet (front door and rear door) and four sensors are for the equipment room).

Name
H-MON-024

Appearance
End A of a door control monitoring cable is a D-type 15-core (3-row) straight cable welding
plug (pin), and End B is a naked wire.
For the appearance of a door control monitoring cable, see Figure 6-4.
Figure 6-4 Door Control Monitoring Cable

Wiring
For the wiring details of door control monitoring cables, refer to Table 6-6.
Table 6-6 Wiring of Door Control Monitoring Cables
End A

End B

The interface (DB15) whose ID is

End B1: front door control sensor of the cabinet

"DOOR" on the rear card of the

End B2: rear door control sensor of the cabinet

universal PDU

End B3: door control sensor 1 of the equipment room

End B4: door control sensor 2 of the equipment room

End B5: door control sensor 3 of the equipment room

End B6: door control sensor 4 of the equipment room

Specifications
A door control monitoring cable uses horizontal twisted-pair wires. For the core wires of
the cable, refer to Table 6-7.
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Table 6-7 Core Wires of a Door Control Monitoring Cable


End A

Color Spectrum

End B

White

End B1

Blue

7
2

White

End B2

Blue

8
3

White

End B3

Blue

9
4

White

End B4

Blue

10
5

White

End B5

Blue

11
6

White

End B6

Blue

12

6.5.2 Environment Monitoring Cable


Functions
Signal transfer cable of the infrared sensor, temperature/humidity sensor, and smoke
sensor. The rear card of the universal PDU provides an environment monitoring interface.
An environment monitoring cable can be connected to the interface to transmit monitoring
signals to the universal PDU, so that the universal PDU can monitor the environment of
the cabinet and equipment room in real time.

Note:
Install desired sensors as required.

Name
H-MON-025

Appearance
End A of an environment monitoring cable is a D-type 15-core (3-row) straight cable
welding plug (pin), and End B is four D-type 9-core straight cable welding plugs (hole).
For the appearance of an environment monitoring cable, see Figure 6-5.
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Figure 6-5 Environment Monitoring Cable

Wiring
For the wiring details of environment monitoring cables, refer to Table 6-8.
Table 6-8 Wiring of Environment Monitoring Cables
End A

End B

The interface (DB15) whose ID is

End B1: infrared sensor

"SENSOR" on the rear card of the

End B2: temperature/humidity sensor

universal PDU

End B3: smoke sensor

End B4: reserved

Note:
If no sensor cable is configured, preserve the plastic protective sleeve of the plug at End
B of the environment monitoring cable.

Specifications
An environment monitoring cable uses horizontal twisted-pair wires. For the core wires of
the cable, refer to Table 6-9.

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Table 6-9 Core Wires of an Environment Monitoring Cable


Signal

End A

Color Spectrum

End B

IRDA

White

GND

V12S

GND

TEMP

GND

HUM

V5S

V12S

SMOKE

10

V12S

11

V5S

12

RSVIN

13

GND

14

Blue
White
Orange
White
Blue
White
Orange
White
Blue
White
Blue
White
Orange

End B1

2
3
8
4

End B2

1
3
5
1

End B3

2
1

End B4

2
3
4

6.5.3 RS485 Communication Cable


Functions
The RS485 communication of the universal PDU is implemented by OMP. The RS485
communication cable is connected to the switching board, and finally to the OMP or NCMM
to monitor the status of the universal PDU.

Note:
If there are more than one cabinet, a cascaded RS485 communication cable should be
used between the universal PDUs to realize RS485 signal interconnection. For details of
a cascaded RS485 communication cable, refer to "6.6.2 Common Straight-through Cable".

Name
RS485 communication cable: DS-G0505-002

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Appearance
End A and End B of an RS485 communication cable are both 8P8C straight crimp shield
plugs.
For the appearance of an RS485 communication cable, see Figure 6-6.
Figure 6-6 RS485 Communication Cable

Wiring
For the wiring details of RS485 communication cables, refer to Table 6-10.
Table 6-10 Wiring of RS485 Communication Cables
Cable

End A

End B

RS485 communication

RS485 (IN) interface of the

RS485 interface on the rear card of the

cable

universal PDU

switching board

Cascaded RS485

RS485 (OUT) interface of

RS485 (IN) interface of the universal PDU

communication cable

the universal PDU

of the other cabinet

Specifications
An RS485 communication cable is a 2-core 100 ohm shielded twisted-pair cable. For the
core wires of the cable, refer to Table 6-11.
Table 6-11 Core Wires of an RS485 Communication Cable
End A

Color Spectrum

End B

White

Blue

White

Blue

End B1

End B2

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6.6 Communication Cables


6.6.1 Common Cross-connect Cable
Functions
A network cable connects two devices or terminals for data transmission.

Name
H-ETH-004

Appearance
End A and End B of a cross-connect cable are both 8P8C straight crimp shield plugs (RJ-45
connectors).
For the appearance of a cross-connect cable, see Figure 6-7.
Figure 6-7 Cross-connect Cable

Wiring
The two ends of a cross-connect cable are respectively connected to the network ports
(RJ-45 interfaces) of the devices or terminals that need to transmit data.

Specifications
A common cross-connect cable uses FTP CAT5e shielded data cable (8-core twisted-pair).
For the core wires of the cable, refer to Table 6-12.
Table 6-12 Core Wires of a Cross-connect Cable
End A

Color Spectrum

End B

White/Orange

Orange

White/Green

Blue

White/Blue

Green

White/Brown

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End A

Color Spectrum

End B

Brown

6.6.2 Common Straight-through Cable


Functions
A network cable connects two devices or terminals for data transmission.

Name
H-ETH-009

Appearance
End A and End B of a straight-through cable are both 8P8C straight crimp shield plugs
(RJ-45 connectors).
For the appearance of a straight-through cable, see Figure 6-8.
Figure 6-8 Straight-through Cable

Wiring
The two ends of a straight-through cable are respectively connected to the network ports
(RJ-45 interfaces) of the devices or terminals that need to transmit data.

Specifications
A common straight-through cable uses FTP CAT5e shielded data cable (8-core
twisted-pair). For the core wires of the cable, refer to Table 6-13.
Table 6-13 Core Wires of a Straight-through Cable
End A

Color Spectrum

End B

White/Orange

Orange

White/Green

Blue

White/Blue

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End A

Color Spectrum

End B

Green

White/Brown

Brown

6.6.3 Optical Fibers


Functions
Optical fibers are used for transmitting optical signals.

Appearance
The plug of an optical fiber is a square LC/PC clamping fiber connector. The type of the
interface at the remote end should be surveyed.
For the appearance of an optical fiber, see Figure 6-9.
Figure 6-9 Optical Fiber

Wiring
One end of an optical fiber is connected to the FC optical port of a board, and the other
end is connected to the FC optical port of a peripheral device.

6.7 68-core E1/T1 Transmission Cables


6.7.1 75 Ohm E1 Trunk Cable
Functions
A 75 ohm E1 trunk cable realizes unbalanced access of external E1.

Name
H-DT-036
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Appearance
End A of a 75 ohm E1 trunk cable is a 68-core straight welding plug, and End B is a naked
wire.
For the appearance of a 75 ohm E1 trunk cable, see Figure 6-10.
Figure 6-10 H-DT-036 Trunk Cable

Wiring
For the wiring details of 75 ohm E1 trunk cables, refer to Table 6-14.
Table 6-14 Wiring of H-DT-036 Trunk Cables
Cable Group

End A

End B

Group 1

The interfaces whose IDs are

End B1 corresponds to E1 No.1No.8. End B2

"T1/E1 116" on the SLI panel

corresponds to E1 No.9No.16.
End B1 and End B2 are both connected to the
remote Digital Distribution Frame (DDF).

Group 2

The interfaces whose IDs are

End B1 corresponds to E1 No.17No.24. End

"T1/E1 1732" on the SLI panel

B2 corresponds to E1 No.25No.32.
End B1 and End B2 are both connected to the
remote DDF.

Core wires with odd numbers correspond to E1 transmission, and they are connected to the receiving
ends on the remote side.
Core wires with even numbers correspond to E1 reception, and they are connected to the sending
ends on the remote side.
Core 1 and core 2 correspond to a pair of E1.

Specifications
A 75 ohm E1 trunk cable uses two 16-core 75 ohm micro coaxial cables. For the core
wires of the cable, refer to Table 6-15.
Table 6-15 Core Wires of an H-DT-036 Trunk Cable
End A

End B1 (16-core)

End B2 (16-core)

Signal Name

Core 1

E1_TX0+

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End A

End B1 (16-core)

End B2 (16-core)

Signal Name

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX0-

1
6

Core 2

E1_RX0+

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX0-

2
10

Core 3

E1_TX1+

12

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX1-

3
14

Core 4

E1_RX1+

16

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX1-

4
15

Core 5

E1_TX2+

13

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX2-

5
11

Core 6

E1_RX2+

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX2-

6
7

Core 7

E1_TX3+

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX3-

7
3

Core 8

E1_RX3+

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX3-

8
35

Core 9

E1_TX4+

37

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX4-

9
39

Core 10

E1_RX4+

41

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX4-

10
43

Core 11

E1_TX5+

45

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX5-

11
47

Core 12

E1_RX5+

49

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX5-

12

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End B1 (16-core)

End B2 (16-core)

Signal Name

36

Core 13

E1_TX6+

38

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX6-

13
40

Core 14

E1_RX6+

42

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX6-

14
44

Core 15

E1_TX7+

46

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX7-

15
48

Core 16

E1_RX7+

50

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX7-

16
18

Core 1

E1_TX8+

20

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX8-

1
22

Core 2

E1_RX8+

24

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX8-

2
26

Core 3

E1_TX9+

28

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX9-

3
30

32

Core 4

E1_RX9+

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX9-

4
31

Core 5

E1_TX10+

29

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX10-

5
27

Core 6

E1_RX10+

25

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX10-

6
23

Core 7

E1_TX11+

21

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX11-

7
19

Core 8

E1_RX11+

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End B1 (16-core)

End B2 (16-core)

Signal Name

17

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX11-

8
51

Core 9

E1_TX12+

53

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX12-

9
55

Core 10

E1_RX12+

57

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX12-

10
59

Core 11

E1_TX13+

61

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX13-

11
63

Core 12

E1_RX13+

65

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX13-

12
52

Core 13

E1_TX14+

54

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX14-

13
56

Core 14

E1_RX14+

58

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX14-

14
60

Core 15

E1_TX15+

62

Shielding layer of core

E1_TX15-

15
64

Core 16

E1_RX15+

66

Shielding layer of core

E1_RX15-

16

6.7.2 120 Ohm E1 Trunk Cable


Functions
A 120 ohm E1 trunk cable realizes balanced access of external E1.

Name
H-E1-015

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Appearance
End A of a 120 ohm E1 trunk cable is a 68-core straight welding plug, and End B is a naked
wire.
For the appearance of a 120 ohm E1 trunk cable, see Figure 6-11.
Figure 6-11 H-E1-015 Trunk Cable

Wiring
For the wiring details of 120 ohm E1 trunk cables, refer to Table 6-16.
Table 6-16 Wiring of H-E1-015 Trunk Cables
Cable Group

End A

End B

Group 1

The interfaces whose IDs are

End B1 corresponds to E1 No.1No.8. End B2

"T1/E1 116" on the SLI panel

corresponds to E1 No.9No.16.
End B1 and End B2 are both connected to the
remote DDF.

Group 2

The interfaces whose IDs are

End B1 corresponds to E1 No.17No.24. End

"T1/E1 1732" on the SLI panel

B2 corresponds to E1 No.25No.32.
End B1 and End B2 are both connected to the
remote DDF.

Specifications
A 120 ohm E1 trunk cable uses a 32-core 120 ohm trunk cable. For the core wires of the
cable, refer to Table 6-17.
Table 6-17 Core Wires of an H-E1015 Trunk Cable
End A

End B1 (16-core)

End B2 (16-core)

Signal Name

White

E1_TX0+

Blue

E1_TX0-

White

E1_RX0+

Orange

E1_RX0-

10

White

E1_TX1+

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End B1 (16-core)

End B2 (16-core)

Signal Name

12

Green

E1_TX1-

14

White

E1_RX1+

16

Brown

E1_RX1-

15

White

E1_TX2+

13

Gray

E1_TX2-

11

Red

E1_RX2+

Blue

E1_RX2-

Red

E1_TX3+

Orange

E1_TX3-

Red

E1_RX3+

Green

E1_RX3-

35

Red

E1_TX4+

37

Brown

E1_TX4-

39

Red

E1_RX4+

41

Gray

E1_RX4-

43

Black

E1_TX5+

45

Blue

E1_TX5-

47

Black

E1_RX5+

49

Orange

E1_RX5-

36

Black

E1_TX6+

38

Green

E1_TX6-

40

Black

E1_RX6+

42

Brown

E1_RX6-

44

Black

E1_TX7+

46

Gray

E1_TX7-

48

Yellow

E1_RX7+

50

Blue

E1_RX7-

18

White

E1_TX8+

20

Blue

E1_TX8-

22

White

E1_RX8+

24

Orange

E1_RX8-

26

White

E1_TX9+

28

Green

E1_TX9-

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End B1 (16-core)

End B2 (16-core)

Signal Name

30

White

E1_RX9+

32

Brown

E1_RX9-

31

White

E1_TX10+

29

Gray

E1_TX10-

27

Red

E1_RX10+

25

Blue

E1_RX10-

23

Red

E1_TX11+

21

Orange

E1_TX11-

19

Red

E1_RX11+

17

Green

E1_RX11-

51

Red

E1_TX12+

53

Brown

E1_TX12-

55

Red

E1_RX12+

57

Gray

E1_RX12-

59

Black

E1_TX13+

61

Blue

E1_TX13-

63

Black

E1_RX13+

65

Orange

E1_RX13-

52

Black

E1_TX14+

54

Green

E1_TX14-

56

Black

E1_RX14+

58

Brown

E1_RX14-

60

Black

E1_TX15+

62

Gray

E1_TX15-

64

Yellow

E1_RX15+

66

Blue

E1_RX15-

6.7.3 100 Ohm T1 Trunk Cable


Functions
A 100 ohm T1 trunk cable has a 68-core connector and is used by an SLI board for external
connection.

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Name
H-T1-006

Appearance
End A of a 100 ohm T1 trunk cable is a 68-core straight welding plug, and End B is a naked
wire.
For the appearance of a 100 ohm T1 trunk cable, see Figure 6-12.
Figure 6-12 H-T1-006 Trunk Cable

Wiring
For the wiring details of 100 ohm T1 trunk cables, refer to Table 6-18.
Table 6-18 Wiring of H-T1-006 Trunk Cables
Cable Group

End A

End B

Group 1

The interfaces whose IDs are

End B is 32 twisted pairs, and each two twisted

"T1/E1 116" on the SLI panel

pairs correspond to one T1 transmission and


reception channel.
End B is connected to the sending and receiving
ends of the remote DDF.

Group 2

The interfaces whose IDs are

End B is 32 twisted pairs, and each two twisted

"T1/E1 1732" on the SLI panel

pairs correspond to one T1 transmission and


reception channel.
End B is connected to the sending and receiving
ends of the remote DDF.

Specifications
A 100 ohm T1 trunk cable is a cable with 32 twisted pairs. For the core wires of the cable,
refer to Table 6-19.
Table 6-19 Core Wires of an H-T1-006 Trunk Cable
End A

End B

Signal Name

Blue

E1_TX0+
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End B

Signal Name

White

E1_TX0-

Orange

E1_RX0+

White

E1_RX0-

10

Green

E1_TX1+

12

White

E1_TX1-

14

Brown

E1_RX1+

16

White

E1_RX1-

15

Gray

E1_TX2+

13

White

E1_TX2-

11

Blue

E1_RX2+

Red

E1_RX2-

Orange

E1_TX3+

Red

E1_TX3-

Green

E1_RX3+

Red

E1_RX3-

35

Brown

E1_TX4+

37

Red

E1_TX4-

39

Gray

E1_RX4+

41

Red

E1_RX4-

43

Blue

E1_TX5+

45

Black

E1_TX5-

47

Orange

E1_RX5+

49

Black

E1_RX5-

36

Green

E1_TX6+

38

Black

E1_TX6-

40

Brown

E1_RX6+

42

Black

E1_RX6-

44

Gray

E1_TX7+

46

Black

E1_TX7-

48

Blue

E1_RX7+

50

Yellow

E1_RX7-

18

Blue

E1_TX8+

20

White

E1_TX86-25

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End B

Signal Name

22

Orange

E1_RX8+

24

White

E1_RX8-

26

Green

E1_TX9+

28

White

E1_TX9-

30

Brown

E1_RX9+

32

White

E1_RX9-

31

Gray

E1_TX10+

29

White

E1_TX10-

27

Blue

E1_RX10+

25

Red

E1_RX10-

23

Orange

E1_TX11+

21

Red

E1_TX11-

19

Green

E1_RX11+

17

Red

E1_RX11-

51

Brown

E1_TX12+

53

Red

E1_TX12-

55

Gray

E1_RX12+

57

Red

E1_RX12-

59

Blue

E1_TX13+

61

Black

E1_TX13-

63

Orange

E1_RX13+

65

Black

E1_RX13-

52

Green

E1_TX14+

54

Black

E1_TX14-

56

Brown

E1_RX14+

58

Black

E1_RX14-

60

Gray

E1_TX15+

62

Black

E1_TX15-

64

Blue

E1_RX15+

66

Yellow

E1_RX15-

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6.7.4 100 Ohm All-spectrum T1 Trunk Cable


Functions
A 100 ohm all-spectrum T1 trunk cable has a 68-core connector and is used by an SLI
board for external connection.

Name
H-T1-008

Appearance
End A of a 100 ohm all-spectrum T1 trunk cable is a 68-core straight welding plug, and
End B is a naked wire.
For the appearance of a 100 ohm all-spectrum T1 trunk cable, see Figure 6-13.
Figure 6-13 H-T1-008 Trunk Cable

Wiring
For the wiring details of 100 ohm all-spectrum T1 trunk cables, refer to Table 6-20.
Table 6-20 Wiring of H-T1-008 Trunk Cables
Cable Group

End A

End B

Group 1

The interfaces whose IDs are

End B is 32 twisted pairs, and each two twisted

"T1/E1 116" on the SLI panel

pairs correspond to one T1 transmission and


reception channel.
End B is connected to the sending and receiving
ends of the remote DDF.

Group 2

The interfaces whose IDs are

End B is 32 twisted pairs, and each two twisted

"T1/E1 1732" on the SLI panel

pairs correspond to one T1 transmission and


reception channel.
End B is connected to the sending and receiving
ends of the remote DDF.

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Specifications
A 100 ohm all-spectrum T1 trunk cable is a cable with 32 twisted pairs. For the core wires
of the cable, refer to Table 6-21.
Table 6-21 Core Wires of an H-T1-008 Trunk Cable
End A

Color

End B1 Wire Pair

End B2 Wire Pair

Spectrum

Order

Order

White

1 (OUT0)

Blue

White

Orange

10

White

12

Green

14

White

16

Brown

15

White

13

Gray

11

Red

Blue

Red

Orange

Red

Green

35

Red

37

Brown

39

Red

41

Gray

43

Black

45

Blue

47

Black

49

Orange

36

Black

38

Green

40

Black

42

Brown

Signal Name

T1_TX0+
T1_TX0-

2 (IN0)

T1_RX0+
T1_RX0-

3 (OUT1)

T1_TX1+
T1_TX1-

4 (IN1)

T1_RX1+
T1_RX1-

5 (OUT2)

T1_TX2+
T1_TX2-

6 (IN2)

T1_RX2+
T1_RX2-

7 (OUT3)

T1_TX3+
T1_TX3-

8 (IN3)

T1_RX3+
T1_RX3-

9 (OUT4)

T1_TX4+
T1_TX4-

10 (IN4)

T1_RX4+
T1_RX4-

11 (OUT5)

T1_TX5+
T1_TX5-

12 (IN5)

T1_RX5+
T1_RX5-

13 (OUT6)

T1_TX6+
T1_TX6-

14 (IN6)

T1_RX6+
T1_RX6-

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Color

End B1 Wire Pair

End B2 Wire Pair

Spectrum

Order

Order

44

Black

15 (OUT7)

46

Gray

48

Yellow

50

Blue

18

White

20

Blue

22

White

24

Orange

26

White

28

Green

30

White

32

Brown

31

White

29

Gray

27

Red

25

Blue

23

Red

21

Orange

19

Red

17

Green

51

Red

53

Brown

55

Red

57

Gray

59

Black

61

Blue

63

Black

65

Orange

52

Black

54

Green

56

Black

58

Brown

Signal Name

T1_TX7+
T1_TX7-

16 (IN7)

T1_RX7+
T1_RX7-

17 (OUT8)

T1_TX8+
T1_TX8-

18 (IN8)

T1_RX8+
T1_RX8-

19 (OUT9)

T1_TX9+
T1_TX9-

T1_RX9+

20 (IN9)

T1_RX9-

21 (OUT10)

T1_TX10+
T1_TX10-

22 (IN10)

T1_RX10+
T1_RX10-

23 (OUT11)

T1_TX11+
T1_TX11-

24 (IN11)

T1_RX11+
T1_RX11-

25 (OUT12)

T1_TX12+
T1_TX12-

26 (IN12)

T1_RX12+
T1_RX12-

27 (OUT13)

T1_TX13+
T1_TX13-

28 (IN13)

T1_RX13+
T1_RX13-

29 (OUT14)

T1_TX14+
T1_TX14-

30 (IN14)

T1_RX14+
T1_RX14-

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Color

End B1 Wire Pair

End B2 Wire Pair

Spectrum

Order

Order

60

Black

31 (OUT15)

62

Gray

64

Yellow

66

Blue

Signal Name

T1_TX15+
T1_TX15-

32 (IN15)

T1_RX15+
T1_RX15-

6.8 Clock Cables


6.8.1 75 Ohm Coaxial Clock Cable
Functions
A 75 ohm coaxial cable is a clock reference and clock cascade cable. A 75 ohm coaxial
cable is connected to an external clock reference source to input and output clock reference
signals.
A 75 ohm coaxial cable is mainly used for:
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Transmitting the external clock reference source to the DACM subcard of the switching
board
Inter-shelf cascaded connection
The rear board to provide a clock reference to be restored to the DACM subcard

Name
SE1

Appearance
End A and End B of a 75 ohm coaxial clock cable are both RF coaxial connector plug
CC4Y-J32.
For the appearance of a 75 ohm coaxial clock cable, see Figure 6-14.
Figure 6-14 75 Ohm Coaxial Clock Cable

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Wiring

Note:
Wiring of clock cables depends on the actual clock networking environment. This topic
only describes typical wiring modes. You can use one or several wiring modes in actual
situations.

For the wiring details of clock cables when the external clock reference source is
connected to DACM, see Figure 6-15.
Figure 6-15 Wiring of Clock Cables When the External Clock Reference Source
Is Connected to DACM

The curves in the


above figure are clock
cables.

For the wiring description, refer to Table 6-22.

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Table 6-22 Wiring of Clock Cables When the External Clock Reference Source
Is Connected to DACM
End A

End B

External clock reference

Clock input port REF1I or REF2I of the DACM on the SWI1/SWI2

source

board

For the wiring details of clock cables when the shelves are cascaded, see Figure 6-16.

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Figure 6-16 Wiring of Clock Cables When the Shelves Are Cascaded

The curves in the


above figure are clock
cables.

The clock input of


shelf A is omitted in
the above figure.

For the wiring description, refer to Table 6-23.

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Table 6-23 Wiring of Clock Cables When the Shelves Are Cascaded
End A

End B

DACM on the

Clock output port

DACM on the

SWI1/SWI2

REF1O

SWI1/SWI2 board in

board in slot 7
of shelf A

Clock input port REF1I

slot 7 of shelf B
Clock output port

DACM on the

REF2O

SWI1/SWI2 board in
slot 8 of shelf B

DACM on the

Clock output port

DACM on the

SWI1/SWI2

REF1O

SWI1/SWI2 board in

board in slot 8
of shelf A

Clock input port REF2I

slot 7 of shelf B
Clock output port

DACM on the

REF2O

SWI1/SWI2 board in
slot 8 of shelf B

For the wiring details of clock cables when the line clock extracted from the E1/T1 line
of the SLB board is provided to DACM, see Figure 6-17.
Figure 6-17 Wiring of Clock Cables When the SLB Line Clock Is Provided to DACM

The curves in the


above figure are clock
cables.
E1/T1 input is omitted
in the above figure.

For the wiring description, refer to Table 6-24.

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Table 6-24 Wiring of Clock Cables When the SLB Line Clock Is Provided to DACM
End A

End B

Line clock output port REF1O of the SLI

Clock input port REF1I or REF2I of the DACM on

board

the SWI1/SWI2 board in slot 7

Line clock output port REF2O of the SLI

Clock input port REF1I or REF2I of the DACM on

board

the SWI1/SWI2 board in slot 8

Specifications
A clock cable uses a single-core 75 ohm coaxial cable SYV-75-2-1.

6.8.2 100/120 Clock Cable


Functions
The 100/120 input impedance clock cable carries an impedance conversion board for
converting the 100/120 reference input to 75 reference input.

Name
DS-72014-001

Appearance
For the appearance of a 100/120 input impedance clock cable, see Figure 6-18.
Figure 6-18 100/120 Clock Cable

1. Straight crimp connector


2. Impedance conversion
board

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Wiring
End A1 is connected to the REF1I interface of the SWI1/SWI2 board. End A2 is connected
to the REF2I interface of the SWI1/SWI2 board. End B accesses the clock reference input.

6.9 Debugging Cables


6.9.1 Serial Port Cable DS-29913-003
Functions
Serial port cable DS-29913-003 has the following functions:
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It is an IPMC serial port debugging cable on front board panels.


It is a HOST serial port debugging cable on front board panels.
It is a HOST serial port debugging cable on rear board panels.

Name
DS-29913-003

Appearance
End A of a serial port cable DS-29913-003 is an 8P8C straight crimp shield plug (RJ-45
connector), and End B is a D-type 9-core molding cable plug (hole).
For the appearance of serial port cable DS-29913-003, see Figure 6-19.
Figure 6-19 Serial Port Cable DS-29913-003

Wiring
For the wiring details of serial port cable DS-29913-003, refer to Table 6-25.
Table 6-25 Wiring of Serial Port Cable DS-29913-003
End A

End B

IPMC serial port (RJ-45 interface) on the

RS-232 debugging serial port (DB9 interface) of the

panel of a board

debugging computer

HOST serial port (RJ-45 interface) on the

RS-232 debugging serial port (DB9 interface) of the

panel of the board

debugging computer

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Specifications
Serial port cable DS-29913-003 uses a horizontal twisted-pair cable. For the core wires of
the cable, refer to Table 6-26.
Table 6-26 Core Wires of Serial Port Cable DS-29913-003
End A (RJ-45)

Color Spectrum

End B (DB9)

Signal

Orange

RS232_TX(IPMC)

White

RS232_RX(IPMC)

GND

Blue

6.9.2 Serial Port Cable DS-29913-004


Functions
Serial port cable DS-29913-004 is the serial port debugging cable on the NCMM panel.

Name
DS-29913-004

Appearance
End A and End B2 of a serial port cable DS-29913-004 are both 8P8C straight crimp shield
plugs (RJ-45 connectors), and End B1 is a D-type 9-core straight welding plug (hole).
For the appearance of serial port cable DS-29913-004, see Figure 6-20.
Figure 6-20 Serial Port Cable DS-29913-004

Wiring
For the wiring details of serial port cable DS-29913-004, refer to Table 6-27.
Table 6-27 Wiring of Serial Port Cable DS-29913-004
End A

End B

Debugging serial port (RJ-45 interface) on

RS-232 debugging serial port (DB9 interface) of the

the front panel of NCMM

debugging computer
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Specifications
Serial port cable DS-29913-004 uses a horizontal twisted-pair cable. For the core wires of
the cable, refer to Table 6-28.
Table 6-28 Core Wires of Serial Port Cable DS-29913-004
End A (RJ-45)

Color

Color

Spectrum of

Spectrum of

Spectrum of

Cable 1

Cable 2

Cable 3

Blue

Blue

Orange

Orange

White/Blue

White/Blue

White/Green

White/Blue

Green

Blue

White/Brown

White/Orange

Brown

Orange

End B1 (DB9)

Color

End B2 (RJ-45)

The serial port cable has three welded cable segments.

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Table of Contents
Ethernet Switch ..........................................................................................................7-1
Disk Array ..................................................................................................................7-3
KVMS.........................................................................................................................7-6

7.1 Ethernet Switch


Functions
This topic describes the functions of an Ethernet switch by taking ZXR10 5928E as an
example.
ZXR10 5928E is a miniaturized layer-3 Ethernet switch in compliance with the ETSI
standards and characterized by compact structure and environmental protection. The
switch targets at the access layer of an enterprise network and broadband IP MAN, and
provides medium- and high-density Ethernet ports. It offers customers with high-speed,
efficient, and high price/performance ratio convergence solution.
ZXR10 5928E supports 24 gigabit Ethernet electrical interfaces and four 10-gigabit
Ethernet interfaces with extended cable clips.
ZXR10 5928E supports L2/L3 line rate switching. Its hardware supports IPv6 route
conversion and conversion from IPv4 to IPv6. It also provides complete support for
Ethernet protocol suite and efficient QoS priority mechanism. It provides various
management methods and supports all L3 routing protocols.
ZXR10 5928E has the following features:
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l
l
l
l

High reliability and availability


Full line rate forwarding and filtering
Support for abundant network protocols
Open architecture with good upgrading capability
The front panel providing all external ports, boasting high maintenance availability

Panel
The chassis of ZXR10 5928E is 1 U (1 U=44.45 mm) in height. Figure 7-1 shows the panel
of ZXR10 5928E.

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Figure 7-1 ZXR10 5928E Panel

The indicators on the front panel of ZXR10 5928E show the current statuses of the device
and the ports. For a description of the indicators on the panel, see .
Indicator

Description

RUN

Off: The switch is not powered on, or the power is faulty.


On in green: The power supply operates properly

SYS/ALM

Off: The switch is not powered on.


Flashes green: The switch functions well.
On in red: The switch malfunctions

MNG

Off: no connection
On in green: The interface link has been established.
Green indicator flashes: Data are received/sent at this interface

FAULT

On in red: An alarm of power supply temperature occurs or the switch


is faulty.

FAN

Off: The NFCM is not inserted.


Green indicator flashes: All fans function well
On in red: One or more fans are faulty

Specifications
For the technical parameters of ZXR10 5928E, see Table 7-1.
Table 7-1 Technical Parameters of ZXR10 5928E
Type

Index

Mechanical Specification

Size

Technical Parameter
43.6 mm (height) 442 mm (width)
360 mm (thickness)

Behavior of electricity

Weight

4.8 Kg

Power supply

-48 V10

Power consumption

55 W

Reliability

MTBF: >200,000 hours


MTTR: <30 minutes

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Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Environmental requirement

Lightning protection

4 KV

Ambient temperature

Operation environment temperature:


-5C~45C
Storage environment temperature:
-40C~70C

Ambient humidity

Relative humidity: 10%~90%,


non-coagulation

Performance parameter

Memory

256 M

Switching capacity

128 G

Packet forwarding rate

95.24 M

Entries in routing table

12 K

Capacity of MAC address

32 K

table

7.2 Disk Array


Functions
This topic takes ZXF20 S260V2 as an example to introduce the functions of a disk array.
ZXF20 S260V2 disk array is a dual-controller iSCSI (that is, IP SAN) storage system
with low cost, high availability and advanced technology. The system is structured with a
redundant hot-swap modularization system, meeting the requirements for the extendable
storage application of high reliability. The storage system has the standard configuration
of high-speed buffer of 2GB, providing four interfaces for 1-Gb iSCSI host channels. With
the extended-cabinet cascading system, 48 SAS/SATA disks can be configured. Further,
the system supports the connection of DAS and SAN, with high availability, reliability, and
maintainability.
ZXF20 S260 has the following features:
l

It is designed by using non-cable and full-redundancy modularization technology.


Each module supports online hot-swap, with reliability, availability, and maintainability
much higher than that of the low-end iSCSI having server architecture.
The controller uses the Intel X-Scale processor with high performance. Each
controller supports 1GB high speed buffer and is designed with the special Cache
access algorithm to provide the data I/O performance leading in the industry.
The TCP/IP load engine connection mode completely based on hardware is used to
resolve or relieve the problem of consuming a large quantity of host CPU resources by
regulating the order of the IP packets through software, thus the system performance
is improved.
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Based on high-performance hardware structure and designing technology, the


performance of the ZXF20 S260V2 storage system is greatly improved, which is up
to 64,000 IOPS and a bandwidth of 380 Mbps.

Front Panel
For the front view of ZXF20 S260V2, see Figure 7-2.
Figure 7-2 Front View of ZXF20 S260V2

The indicators on the front panel of ZXF20 S260V2 are used to indicate the status of the
device and the status of each port, see Figure 7-3. Table 7-2 illustrates the function of
each indicator.
Figure 7-3 ZXF20 S260V2 Panel Diagram

Table 7-2 ZXF20 S260V2 Indicators Description


Location

Name

Color

Meaning

Location indicator

White

On: indicates that the disk array has been


positioned.

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Location

Name

Color

Meaning

Alarm indicator

Amber

On: indicates that storage alarms exist


and attention should be paid.
Off: indicates that everything is proper.

Temperature alarm

Amber

indicator

On: the temperature of the disk array


exceeds the safety range.
Off: indicates that temperature is normal.

Power supply indicator

Green

On: indicates that power supply is proper.


Off: indicates that the power supply is off.

Rear Panel
ZXF20 S260V2 is configured with DC power supply. For the back view of ZXF20 S260V2,
see Figure 7-4.
Figure 7-4 Back View of ZXF20 S260V2

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the ZXF20 S260V2, refer toTable 7-3.
Table 7-3 Technical Parameters of ZXF20 S260V2
Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Mechanical specification

Size

448.6 mm (width) 86.1 mm (height)


540 mm (depth)

Weight

41 Kg (the weight of 12 hard disks are


included)

Behavior of electricity

Power supply

DC: -42 V~60 V

Power consumption

300 W (full configuration with 12 hard


disks)

Reliability

MTBF: 200000 hours


MTTR: <30 minutes

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Type

Index

Technical Parameter

Environmental requirement

Lightning protection

4 KV

Ambient temperature

Operation environment temperature:


10C~40C
Storage environment temperature:
-40C~70C

Performance parameter

Ambient humidity

Relative humidity: 5%~90%

Caching

Each controller provides 1 GB buffer.

Host interface

Each controller provides two 1 Gb iSCSI


host interfaces.

Hard disk interface

Each controller provides one 3 Gb/s


SAS x 4 disk extension interface.

RAID levels

0, 1, 3, 5, 6, and 10

Maximal number of hard

12 SAS/SATA hard disks

disks

7.3 KVMS
Functions
Installed in the integrated configuration cabinet, the Keyboard & Video & Mouse & Switch
(KVMS) has a keyboard, a LCD screen, and a mouse interface, providing input/output
devices for processing boards in a shelf.

Panel
The KVMS has a height of 44 mm. For the expanded appearance of the KVMS, see Figure
7-5.

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Figure 7-5 KVMS Appearance

1. Captive screw
2. Rear mounting ear
3. Front mounting ear

4. Mouse contact panel


5. Control buttons of LCD
display

6. Front panel

The rear panel of the KVMS provides eight groups of signal interfaces, power supply input
terminal and connection terminal of protection ground cable, see Figure 7-6.
Figure 7-6 Rear Panel of KVMS

Specifications
For the technical parameters of the KVMS, refer toTable 7-4.
Table 7-4 Technical Parameters of the KVMS
Type

Index

Mechanical specification

Size

Technical Parameter
485 mm (width) 44 mm (height)
582 mm (depth)

LCD type and size

15.1" TFT LCD

Weight

10 Kg

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Index

Technical Parameter

Interface type

LCD interface

HD-DB-15 male

Keyboard and mouse

PS/2

interface
Behavior of electricity

Performance parameter

Input

48 V, 0.5 A

Power consumption

40 W

Scanning interval

3/8/15/30 (s)

Signal line length

30 m

Display resolution

1024768 (the maximum refresh


rate is 85 Hz)

Environmental requirement

Keyboard input speed

10/15/20/30 (characters/s)

Operation temperature

0C~50C

Storage temperature

20C~+60C

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Appendix A

Board Indicators
Classification
Indicators on board panels are divided into two types:
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General indicators
General indicators are the indicators that can be seen on most boards. General
indicators include OOS, OK, H/S, ACT, and HOST.

Dedicated indicators
Dedicated indicators are the indicators other than general indicators. Different boards
have their own dedicated indicators.

State
A general indicator can show three colors including red/amber (orange), green, and blue.
For a description of the states of a general indicator, refer to Table A-1.
Table A-1 General Indicator States Description
State

Description

On

The indicator is always on.

Off

The indicator is always off.

Flashing at 5 Hz

The flashing period is 0.2 seconds. The duty ratio is 50%. That is, the
indicator is on for 0.1 second and off for 0.1 second.

Flashing at 2 Hz

The flashing period is 0.5 seconds. The duty ratio is 50%. That is, the
indicator is on for 0.25 seconds and off for 0.25 seconds.

Flashing at 1 Hz

The flashing period is 1 second. The duty ratio is 50%. That is, the
indicator is on for 0.5 seconds and off for 0.5 seconds.
The duty ratio is 90%. That is, the indicator is on for 0.9 seconds and
off for 0.1 second.

Flashing at 0.5 Hz

The flashing period is 2 seconds. The duty ratio is 50%. That is, the
indicator is on for 1 second and off for 1 second.

Table of Contents
OOS Indicator......................................................................................................... A-2
OK Indicator ........................................................................................................... A-2
H/S Indicator........................................................................................................... A-2
ACT Indicator ......................................................................................................... A-3
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A.1 OOS Indicator


The OOS indicator indicates the serving status of a board. For a description of OOS
indicator states, refer to Table A-2.
Table A-2 OOS Indicator States Description
State Name

OOS State

Meaning

Initial state

The green light is on

The board is just powered on and is not in service.

In-service state

The red light is off

The board is operating properly.

Out-of-service

The red light is on

The board is out of service. The possible causes

state

include:
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The main power of the board is not turned on.

The board is powered on, but it fails.

The board is powered on, but the service


application is not running.

The board is being restarted.

A.2 OK Indicator
The OK indicator indicates the health status of the intelligent platform management
controller (IPMC) of a board. For a description of OK indicator states, refer to Table A-3.
Table A-3 OK Indicator States Description
State Name

OK State

Meaning

Healthy state

The green light

The board is operating properly.

flashes at 1 Hz
Alarm state

The red light flashes

The board has an alarm.

at 1 Hz

A.3 H/S Indicator


The H/S indicator indicates the hot-swap state of a board. For a description of H/S indicator
states, refer to Table A-4.
Table A-4 H/S Indicator States Description
State Name

H/S State

Meaning

Hot-swappable

The blue light is on.

The board is in non-working state, and hot-swap is


allowed.
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State Name

H/S State

Meaning

Non-hot-

Off

The board is in working state, and hot-swap is not

swappable
Activated state

allowed.
The blue light flashes

After the wrench of the board is closed, the board

slowly (the indicator

requests activation. After the request is completed, the

is continuously on for

indicator is off.

900 ms and off for


100 ms)
Deactivated state

The blue light flashes

After the wrench of the board is opened, the board

rapidly (the indicator

requests deactivation. After the request is completed,

is continuously on for

the indicator is on.

100 ms and off for


900 ms)

A.4 ACT Indicator


The ACT indicator indicates whether services are running on the current board. For a
description of ACT indicator states, refer to Table A-5.
Table A-5 ACT Indicator States Description
State Name

ACT State

Meaning

Initial state

The orange

The board is being powered on or off, and the operating system

light is always

or related version has not been started completely.

on (The red
and green
lights are lit
simultaneously)
Active state

The green light

is on

The board is configured with one module/unit: The board


is active.

The board is configured with 2 to 8 modules/units: At least


one module/unit is active.

Standby state

Off

The board is configured with one module/unit: The board


is standby.

The board is configured with 2 to 8 modules/units: All the


modules/units are not active.

A.5 HOST Indicator


The HOST indicator indicates the running/alarm state of a board. For a description of
HOST indicator states, refer to Table A-6.
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State Name

HOST State

Meaning

Initial state

The orange light is

The board is being powered on or off, and the operating

always on (The red

system or related version has not been started

and green lights are

completely.

lit simultaneously)
Normal operation

The green light

state

flashes at 1 Hz

The board is operating properly.

Normal alarm state

The red light flashes

Services can be used (active/standby switchover is

at 1 Hz

being performed).

Serious alarm

The red light flashes

The media plane network port is interrupted.

state

at 2 Hz

The High speed data Way (HW) is interrupted.


The link with OMP is broken.
The version does not match the hardware or
configuration.
The input clock is lost.

Fault state that

The red light flashes

requires resetting

at 5 Hz

Downloading a version fails.


Board self-detection fails.
Starting OSS fails.
Obtaining a logical address fails.
Starting a basic process fails or times out.
Initializing a core data area fails.

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Internal Slot Numbers of the


E4140 Shelf
For the internal slot numbers of each component of the E4140 shelf, refer to Table B-1.

Note:
The internal slot numbers of the E4140 shelf depends on the firmware version. To know
the specific firmware version, contact ZTE technical support.

Table B-1 Internal Slot Numbers of the E4140 Shelf


Slot Number

Physical Unit

40P4 and earlier versions:


114

Front boards in the shelf

19

Left NCMM

20

Right NCMM

29

Right NPEM

30

Left NPEM

31

Upper NFCM

32

Lower NFCM

36

Shelf

40P5 and later versions:


114

Front boards in the shelf

29

Left NCMM

30

Right NCMM

31

Upper NFCM

32

Lower NFCM

34

Right NPEM

35

Left NPEM

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36

Shelf
For NCMM and NFCM, their positions are seen from the front side of the shelf. For NPEM, their
positions are seen from the rear side of the shelf.

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Figure 1-1 Cabinet Configuration .............................................................................. 1-2
Figure 2-1 B6080-22 Cabinet Structure Diagram ...................................................... 2-2
Figure 2-2 Universal PDU ......................................................................................... 2-4
Figure 2-3 Front Panel of the Universal PDU ............................................................ 2-5
Figure 2-4 Rear Panel of the Universal PDU ............................................................. 2-6
Figure 2-5 DIP Switches and RS485 Jumper ............................................................ 2-8
Figure 2-6 Setting of the RS485 Jumper ................................................................... 2-9
Figure 2-7 Examples of Setting RS485 Jumpers and Cabinet ID DIP
Switches ............................................................................................... 2-10
Figure 2-8 Horizontal Cabling Racks....................................................................... 2-12
Figure 3-1 Front View of the E4140 Shelf.................................................................. 3-1
Figure 3-2 Rear View of the E4140 Shelf .................................................................. 3-2
Figure 3-3 Slot Allocation Diagram............................................................................ 3-3
Figure 3-4 Air Flow Direction Diagram ...................................................................... 3-4
Figure 3-5 NCMM Panel Diagram ............................................................................. 3-6
Figure 3-6 NCDM Panel Diagram ............................................................................. 3-9
Figure 3-7 NCDM Jumpers ..................................................................................... 3-10
Figure 3-8 NPEM Panel Diagram............................................................................ 3-13
Figure 3-9 NFCM Panel Diagram............................................................................ 3-15
Figure 4-1 Board Location Diagram .......................................................................... 4-2
Figure 4-2 GPBB0 Appearance................................................................................. 4-4
Figure 4-3 GPBB0 Panel Diagram ............................................................................ 4-5
Figure 4-4 GPBX1 Appearance................................................................................. 4-8
Figure 4-5 GPBX1 Panel Diagram ............................................................................ 4-9
Figure 4-6 SWBB0 Appearance .............................................................................. 4-11
Figure 4-7 SWBB0 Panel Diagram.......................................................................... 4-12
Figure 4-8 SWBB1 Panel Diagram.......................................................................... 4-15
Figure 4-9 SLB Appearance.................................................................................... 4-18
Figure 4-10 SLB Panel Diagram ............................................................................. 4-19
Figure 4-11 DIP Switches of SLB ............................................................................ 4-21
Figure 4-12 GPI1 Appearance ................................................................................ 4-23
Figure 4-13 GPI1 Panel Diagram ............................................................................ 4-24
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Figure 4-14 GPI2 Appearance ................................................................................ 4-26


Figure 4-15 GPI2 Panel Diagram ............................................................................ 4-27
Figure 4-16 SWI1 Appearance................................................................................ 4-30
Figure 4-17 SWI1 Panel Diagram ........................................................................... 4-31
Figure 4-18 SWI2 Appearance................................................................................ 4-34
Figure 4-19 SWI2 Panel Diagram ........................................................................... 4-35
Figure 4-20 SLI Appearance ................................................................................... 4-39
Figure 4-21 SLI Panel Diagram............................................................................... 4-40
Figure 4-22 Jumpers of SLI..................................................................................... 4-42
Figure 5-1 Front Panel of the Alarm Box ................................................................... 5-3
Figure 5-2 Bottom Panel of the Alarm Box ................................................................ 5-3
Figure 6-1 Cabinet Input Power Cable and Protective Grounding Cable ................... 6-5
Figure 6-2 Wiring From the DC Power Distribution Cabinet to the Device Cabinet
(Dual 3-channel) ..................................................................................... 6-6
Figure 6-3 E4140 Shelf Power Cable and Protective Grounding Cable ..................... 6-7
Figure 6-4 Door Control Monitoring Cable................................................................. 6-9
Figure 6-5 Environment Monitoring Cable ............................................................... 6-11
Figure 6-6 RS485 Communication Cable ................................................................ 6-13
Figure 6-7 Cross-connect Cable ............................................................................. 6-14
Figure 6-8 Straight-through Cable........................................................................... 6-15
Figure 6-9 Optical Fiber .......................................................................................... 6-16
Figure 6-10 H-DT-036 Trunk Cable ......................................................................... 6-17
Figure 6-11 H-E1-015 Trunk Cable ......................................................................... 6-21
Figure 6-12 H-T1-006 Trunk Cable ......................................................................... 6-24
Figure 6-13 H-T1-008 Trunk Cable ......................................................................... 6-27
Figure 6-14 75 Ohm Coaxial Clock Cable ............................................................... 6-30
Figure 6-15 Wiring of Clock Cables When the External Clock Reference Source Is
Connected to DACM ............................................................................. 6-31
Figure 6-16 Wiring of Clock Cables When the Shelves Are Cascaded .................... 6-33
Figure 6-17 Wiring of Clock Cables When the SLB Line Clock Is Provided to
DACM................................................................................................... 6-34
Figure 6-18 100/120 Clock Cable ........................................................................ 6-35
Figure 6-19 Serial Port Cable DS-29913-003 .......................................................... 6-36
Figure 6-20 Serial Port Cable DS-29913-004 ......................................................... 6-37
Figure 7-1 ZXR10 5928E Panel ................................................................................ 7-2
Figure 7-2 Front View of ZXF20 S260V2................................................................... 7-4
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Figure 7-3 ZXF20 S260V2 Panel Diagram ................................................................ 7-4


Figure 7-4 Back View of ZXF20 S260V2 ................................................................... 7-5
Figure 7-5 KVMS Appearance .................................................................................. 7-7
Figure 7-6 Rear Panel of KVMS................................................................................ 7-7

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Table 1-1 Component Models ................................................................................... 1-1
Table 2-1 B6080-22 Cabinet Components Description .............................................. 2-2
Table 2-2 Technical Parameters of the B6080-22 Cabinet ......................................... 2-3
Table 2-3 Relationship Between Input Terminals and Output Terminals of the
Universal PDU ......................................................................................... 2-6
Table 2-4 Universal PDU Interfaces Description........................................................ 2-6
Table 2-5 Universal PDU Indicators Description ........................................................ 2-7
Table 2-6 Setting of the Cabinet ID DIP Switch ......................................................... 2-9
Table 2-7 Technical Parameters of the Universal PDU ............................................ 2-10
Table 3-1 Relationship Between Active and Standby Slots ........................................ 3-3
Table 3-2 NCMM Indicators Description .................................................................... 3-6
Table 3-3 NCMM Interfaces Description .................................................................... 3-7
Table 3-4 NCMM Buttons Description ....................................................................... 3-8
Table 3-5 Technical Parameters of NCMM ................................................................ 3-8
Table 3-6 NCDM Indicators Description .................................................................... 3-9
Table 3-7 NCDM Interfaces Description .................................................................. 3-10
Table 3-8 NCDM Jumpers Description .................................................................... 3-10
Table 3-9 Technical Parameters of NCDM............................................................... 3-11
Table 3-10 NPEM Indicators Description ................................................................. 3-13
Table 3-11 NPEM Buttons Description .................................................................... 3-14
Table 3-12 Technical Parameters of NPEM ............................................................. 3-14
Table 3-13 NFCM Indicators Description ................................................................. 3-15
Table 3-14 NFCM Buttons Description .................................................................... 3-15
Table 3-15 Technical Parameters of NFCM ............................................................. 3-16
Table 3-16 Technical Parameters of the E4140 Shelf .............................................. 3-16
Table 4-1 Function-based Board Classification.......................................................... 4-2
Table 4-2 GPBB0 Indicators Description ................................................................... 4-5
Table 4-3 GPBB0 Interfaces Description ................................................................... 4-6
Table 4-4 GPBB0 Buttons Description....................................................................... 4-6
Table 4-5 Technical Parameters of GPBB0 ............................................................... 4-6
Table 4-6 GPBX1 Indicators Description ................................................................... 4-9
Table 4-7 GPBX1 Interfaces Description ................................................................. 4-10
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Table 4-8 GPBX1 Buttons Description..................................................................... 4-10


Table 4-9 Technical Parameters of GPBX1 ............................................................. 4-10
Table 4-10 SWBB0 Indicators Description............................................................... 4-13
Table 4-11 SWBB0 Interfaces Description............................................................... 4-13
Table 4-12 SWBB0 Buttons Description .................................................................. 4-14
Table 4-13 Technical Parameters of SWBB0 ........................................................... 4-14
Table 4-14 SWBB1 Indicators Description............................................................... 4-15
Table 4-15 SWBB1 Interfaces Description............................................................... 4-16
Table 4-16 SWBB1 Buttons Description .................................................................. 4-16
Table 4-17 Technical Parameters of SWBB1 ........................................................... 4-17
Table 4-18 Link Support Capability of SLB .............................................................. 4-17
Table 4-19 SLB Indicators Description .................................................................... 4-19
Table 4-20 SLB Interfaces Description .................................................................... 4-20
Table 4-21 SLB Buttons Description........................................................................ 4-20
Table 4-22 Relationship Between DIP Switches and E1/T1 Links............................ 4-21
Table 4-23 DIP Switch Settings ............................................................................... 4-22
Table 4-24 Technical Parameters of SLB................................................................. 4-22
Table 4-25 GPI1 Indicators Description ................................................................... 4-24
Table 4-26 GPI1 Interfaces Description ................................................................... 4-25
Table 4-27 Technical Parameters of GPI1 ............................................................... 4-25
Table 4-28 GPI2 Indicators Description ................................................................... 4-27
Table 4-29 GPI2 Interfaces Description ................................................................... 4-28
Table 4-30 Technical Parameters of GPI2 ............................................................... 4-29
Table 4-31 SWI1 Indicators Description .................................................................. 4-31
Table 4-32 SWI1 Interfaces Description .................................................................. 4-32
Table 4-33 SWI1 Buttons Description...................................................................... 4-33
Table 4-34 Technical Parameters of SWI1............................................................... 4-33
Table 4-35 SWI2 Indicators Description .................................................................. 4-36
Table 4-36 SWI2 Interfaces Description .................................................................. 4-37
Table 4-37 SWI2 Buttons Description...................................................................... 4-37
Table 4-38 Technical Parameters of SWI2............................................................... 4-38
Table 4-39 SLI Indicators Description...................................................................... 4-40
Table 4-40 SLI Interfaces Description...................................................................... 4-41
Table 4-41 Jumper Settings .................................................................................... 4-42
Table 4-42 Technical Parameters of SLI .................................................................. 4-43

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Table 5-1 Alarm Indicator Levels Description............................................................. 5-3


Table 5-2 Alarm Indicator States Description............................................................. 5-4
Table 5-3 Alarm Server Indicator States Description ................................................. 5-4
Table 5-4 Alarm Box Interfaces/Buttons Description.................................................. 5-4
Table 5-5 Alarm Box Buttons Description .................................................................. 5-5
Table 5-6 Technical Parameter of the Alarm Box ....................................................... 5-5
Table 6-1 Cables Description .................................................................................... 6-1
Table 6-2 Wiring of Cabinet Input Power Cables and Protective Grounding
Cables ..................................................................................................... 6-5
Table 6-3 Technical Parameters of the Cabinet Input Power Cable and Protective
Grounding Cable...................................................................................... 6-6
Table 6-4 Wiring of E4140 Shelf Power Cables and Protective Grounding
Cables ..................................................................................................... 6-8
Table 6-5 Technical Parameters of the E4140 Shelf Power Cable and Protective
Grounding Cable...................................................................................... 6-8
Table 6-6 Wiring of Door Control Monitoring Cables.................................................. 6-9
Table 6-7 Core Wires of a Door Control Monitoring Cable ....................................... 6-10
Table 6-8 Wiring of Environment Monitoring Cables ................................................ 6-11
Table 6-9 Core Wires of an Environment Monitoring Cable ..................................... 6-12
Table 6-10 Wiring of RS485 Communication Cables ............................................... 6-13
Table 6-11 Core Wires of an RS485 Communication Cable..................................... 6-13
Table 6-12 Core Wires of a Cross-connect Cable.................................................... 6-14
Table 6-13 Core Wires of a Straight-through Cable ................................................. 6-15
Table 6-14 Wiring of H-DT-036 Trunk Cables .......................................................... 6-17
Table 6-15 Core Wires of an H-DT-036 Trunk Cable ............................................... 6-17
Table 6-16 Wiring of H-E1-015 Trunk Cables .......................................................... 6-21
Table 6-17 Core Wires of an H-E1015 Trunk Cable............................................... 6-21
Table 6-18 Wiring of H-T1-006 Trunk Cables .......................................................... 6-24
Table 6-19 Core Wires of an H-T1-006 Trunk Cable................................................ 6-24
Table 6-20 Wiring of H-T1-008 Trunk Cables .......................................................... 6-27
Table 6-21 Core Wires of an H-T1-008 Trunk Cable................................................ 6-28
Table 6-22 Wiring of Clock Cables When the External Clock Reference Source Is
Connected to DACM .............................................................................. 6-32
Table 6-23 Wiring of Clock Cables When the Shelves Are Cascaded...................... 6-34
Table 6-24 Wiring of Clock Cables When the SLB Line Clock Is Provided to
DACM .................................................................................................... 6-35
Table 6-25 Wiring of Serial Port Cable DS-29913-003............................................. 6-36
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Table 6-26 Core Wires of Serial Port Cable DS-29913-003 ..................................... 6-37
Table 6-27 Wiring of Serial Port Cable DS-29913-004............................................. 6-37
Table 6-28 Core Wires of Serial Port Cable DS-29913-004 ..................................... 6-38
Table 7-1 Technical Parameters of ZXR10 5928E ..................................................... 7-2
Table 7-2 ZXF20 S260V2 Indicators Description ....................................................... 7-4
Table 7-3 Technical Parameters of ZXF20 S260V2 ................................................... 7-5
Table 7-4 Technical Parameters of the KVMS ........................................................... 7-7
Table A-1 General Indicator States Description .........................................................A-1
Table A-2 OOS Indicator States Description..............................................................A-2
Table A-3 OK Indicator States Description ................................................................A-2
Table A-4 H/S Indicator States Description................................................................A-2
Table A-5 ACT Indicator States Description ..............................................................A-3
Table A-6 HOST Indicator States Description............................................................A-4
Table B-1 Internal Slot Numbers of the E4140 Shelf..................................................B-1

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Glossary
ATCA
- Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture
BITS
- Building Integrated Timing Supply
CPU
- Central Processing Unit
DACM
- Daughter ATCA Clock Module
DC
- Direct Current
DDF
- Digital Distribution Frame
DDR
- Double Date Rate
ETC
- Embedded Test Controller
FRU
- Field Replaceable Unit
GE
- Gigabit Ethernet
HDLC
- High-level Data Link Control
HW
- High speed data Way
IEC
- International Electrotechnical Commission
IPMB
- Intelligent Platform Management Bus
IPMC
- Intelligent Platform Management Controller
IPMI
- Intelligent Platform Management Interface
KVM
- Keyboard, Video and Mouse
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LIG
- Lawful Interception Gateway
MTP
- Message Transfer Part
NCDM
- New Chassis Data Module
NCMM
- New Chassis Management Module
NFCM
- New Fan Controller Module
NPEM
- New Power Entry Module
OMP
- Operation & Maintenance Processor
PC
- Personal Computer
PDU
- Power Distribution Unit
PDUB
- Backplane of PDU
PDUC
- PDU Connector board
PDUM
- PDU Monitor board
PICMG
- PCI Industrial Computer Manufacture Group
RAID
- Redundant Array of Independent Disks
SAS
- Serial Attached SCSI
SJTAG
- System Joint Test Action Group
SS7
- Signaling System No. 7
VLAN
- Virtual Local Area Network

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