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BEFORE YOU BEGIN


Read through this manual set carefully and familiarize yourself with the FLASHWAVE
4570 equipment before configuring, installing, turning up, performing operation and
maintenance of, and troubleshooting the equipment.

Keep the manual set at hand so that you can refer to it at any time.

Observe the notices and instructions provided in this manual set for your proper and
safety installation, use and maintenance of the equipment.

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! Important Notice on Product Safety

Elevated voltages are inevitably present at specific points in this electrical equipment.
Some of the parts may also have elevated operating temperatures. Systems with
forced ventilation have rotating items.
Non-observance of these conditions and the safety instructions can result in personal
injury or in property damage.
The system complies with the standard EN 60950-1 / IEC 60950-1. All equipment
connected has to comply with the applicable safety standards.
Mount the systems in areas with restricted access only. Only trained and qualified
personnel may install, operate, and maintain the systems.

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Contents

BEFORE YOU BEGIN ................................................................................................................i

CHAPTER 1 Preface .......................................................................................................... 1-1


1.1 Symbols Used in the Documentation....................................................................... 1-2
1.1.1 Symbol for Warnings .............................................................................................. 1-2
1.1.2 Symbols for Notes .................................................................................................. 1-2
1.1.3 Symbols for Menu Displays and Text Inputs ............................................................ 1-3
1.2 History of changes .................................................................................................. 1-3
CHAPTER 2 Rack Equipment ............................................................................................. 2-1
2.1 Rack of FLASHWAVE 4570 .................................................................................... 2-2
2.2 Rack Layout ........................................................................................................... 2-2
CHAPTER 3 Shelf Layout ................................................................................................... 3-1

CHAPTER 4 System Interfaces........................................................................................... 4-3


4.1 Controller Cards ..................................................................................................... 4-5
4.1.1 Interfaces on SC Card ............................................................................................ 4-5
4.1.2 Interfaces on SI Card .............................................................................................. 4-6
4.1.3 Interfaces on SI-E Card .......................................................................................... 4-7
4.2 Cross-connection Cards ......................................................................................... 4-8
4.3 SDH Cards ............................................................................................................. 4-8
4.4 PDH Cards ............................................................................................................. 4-9
4.5 Ethernet Cards ..................................................................................................... 4-10
4.6 Amplifier Cards ..................................................................................................... 4-10
4.7 OTN Cards ........................................................................................................... 4-11
4.8 Pin Allocation Diagrams ........................................................................................ 4-11
4.8.1 Connectors on Power Module ............................................................................... 4-11
4.8.2 Connectors on SC Card ........................................................................................ 4-12
4.8.3 Connectors on SI Card ......................................................................................... 4-12
4.8.4 Connectors on SI-E Card ...................................................................................... 4-13
4.8.5 Connectors on Ethernet Card................................................................................ 4-15
4.8.6 Connectors on PDH Card ..................................................................................... 4-15
CHAPTER 5 Electrical Cabling............................................................................................ 5-1
5.1 Power Distribution................................................................................................... 5-2
5.2 SI/SI-E Interface Cabling......................................................................................... 5-3
5.3 SC Interface Cabling............................................................................................... 5-4
5.4 Ethernet Card Interface Cabling .............................................................................. 5-4
5.5 SDH Card Interface Cabling.................................................................................... 5-4
5.6 PDH Card Interface Cabling.................................................................................... 5-4
CHAPTER 6 Cabling Recommendations............................................................................. 6-1
6.1 General .................................................................................................................. 6-2
6.2 Power Cabling: ....................................................................................................... 6-4
6.3 SI/SI-E Cabling: ...................................................................................................... 6-4
6.4 Ethernet Cabling: .................................................................................................... 6-5
6.5 Intra-Shelf/Rack Fiber Cabling ................................................................................ 6-5
6.6 Fiber Cabling of 16 x STM-4/1 M Card .................................................................... 6-6
6.7 STM-1 Electrical Cabling on STM-1 Card ................................................................ 6-8
6.8 STM-1 Electrical Cabling on STM-1E IO card.......................................................... 6-8
6.9 E3/DS3 Cabling ...................................................................................................... 6-9

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6.10 E1 Cabling on FLASHWAVE 4570 ........................................................................ 6-10


CHAPTER 7 Abbreviations ................................................................................................. 7-1

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List of Figures
Figure 2-1 FLASHWAVE 4570 Shelf in Rack ..................................................................... 2-3
Figure 3-1 Shelf Layout ..................................................................................................... 3-2
Figure 4-1 Faceplate Diagram of SC Card ......................................................................... 4-5
Figure 4-2 Faceplate Diagram of SI Card........................................................................... 4-6
Figure 4-3 Faceplate Diagram of SI-E Card ....................................................................... 4-7
Figure 4-4 Faceplate Diagram of HOCC Card .................................................................... 4-8
Figure 4-5 Faceplate Diagram of LOCC Card .................................................................... 4-8
Figure 4-6 Faceplate Diagram of 2 x STM-64 Card ............................................................ 4-8
Figure 4-7 Faceplate Diagram of 8 x STM-16 Cards .......................................................... 4-8
Figure 4-8 Faceplate Diagram of 16 x STM-4/1 M Card ..................................................... 4-8
Figure 4-9 Faceplate Diagram of 8 x STM-4/1 Card ........................................................... 4-8
Figure 4-10 Faceplate Diagram of 8 x STM-1E Card............................................................ 4-9
Figure 4-11 Faceplate Diagram of 8 x STM-1E IO Card ....................................................... 4-9
Figure 4-12 Faceplate Diagram of 12 x E3/DS3 Card .......................................................... 4-9
Figure 4-13 Faceplate Diagram of 12 x E3/DS3 IO Card ...................................................... 4-9
Figure 4-14 Faceplate Diagram of 126 x E1 Card ................................................................ 4-9
Figure 4-15 Faceplate Diagram of 63 x E1 IO Card.............................................................. 4-9
Figure 4-16 Faceplate Diagram of 8 x GE/T Card .............................................................. 4-10
Figure 4-17 Faceplate Diagram of 6 x GE + 4 x FEGE/A Card ........................................... 4-10
Figure 4-18 Faceplate Diagram of 2 x GE + 12 x FE/RPR Card ......................................... 4-10
Figure 4-19 Faceplate Diagram of 1 x 10 GE/T Card ......................................................... 4-10
Figure 4-20 Faceplate Diagram of 1 x 10 GE + 10 x GE/L2 Card ....................................... 4-10
Figure 4-21 Faceplate Diagram of BOA 13 dBm Card ........................................................ 4-10
Figure 4-22 Faceplate Diagram of BOA 15 dBm Card ........................................................ 4-11
Figure 4-23 Faceplate Diagram of BOA 18 dBm Card ........................................................ 4-11
Figure 4-24 Faceplate Diagram of POA 20 dB Card........................................................... 4-11
Figure 4-25 Faceplate Diagram of 2 x OTU-2 Card ............................................................ 4-11
Figure 4-26 Pin Assignment of the Power Interface............................................................ 4-11
Figure 4-27 Multiple 2 mm Connector Pin Assignment (75 Ohm and 120 Ohm) ................. 4-15
Figure 5-1 Power Distribution (Example)............................................................................ 5-2
Figure 5-2 Connection of Power Cables on FLASHWAVE 4570 ......................................... 5-2
Figure 5-3 Connection of Power Cables to Fuse Panel ...................................................... 5-3
Figure 6-1 Shelf Cable Duct (Example) .............................................................................. 6-3
Figure 6-2 Power Cabling .................................................................................................. 6-4
Figure 6-3 SI/SI-E Cabling ................................................................................................. 6-4
Figure 6-4 Ethernet Cabling ............................................................................................... 6-5
Figure 6-5 Cable Ducts in Shelf and Rack.......................................................................... 6-6
Figure 6-6 Fiber and Electrical Cabling .............................................................................. 6-7
Figure 6-7 STM-1 Electrical Cabling .................................................................................. 6-8
Figure 6-8 STM-1E IO Cabling........................................................................................... 6-9
Figure 6-9 E3/DS3 Cabling .............................................................................................. 6-10
Figure 6-10 E1 Cabling on FLASHWAVE 4570 .................................................................. 6-11

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List of Tables
Table 4-1 Card Interfaces ................................................................................................. 4-5
Table 4-2 SC Card Interface ............................................................................................. 4-6
Table 4-3 SI Card Interface .............................................................................................. 4-6
Table 4-4 SI-E Card Interface ........................................................................................... 4-7
Table 4-5 Pin Assignment of Console Interface .............................................................. 4-12
Table 4-6 Pin Assignment of T3 Interface (75 Ohm)........................................................ 4-12
Table 4-7 Pin Assignment of T4 Interface (75 Ohm)........................................................ 4-12
Table 4-8 Pin Assignment of T3 Interface (120 Ohm)...................................................... 4-12
Table 4-9 Pin Assignment of T4 Interface (120 Ohm)...................................................... 4-12
Table 4-10 Pin Assignment of MDI1-4 Interface ................................................................ 4-12
Table 4-11 Pin Assignment of MDI5-8 Interface ................................................................ 4-12
Table 4-12 Pin Assignment of MDO1-4 Interface .............................................................. 4-13
Table 4-13 Pin Assignment of MDO5-8 Interface .............................................................. 4-13
Table 4-14 Pin Assignment of ALM Interface .................................................................... 4-13
Table 4-15 Pin Assignment of HCOC Interface ................................................................. 4-13
Table 4-16 Pin Assignment of MGT Interface ................................................................... 4-13
Table 4-17 Pin Assignment of EXT Interface .................................................................... 4-13
Table 4-18 Pin Assignment of T3 Interface (75 Ohm)........................................................ 4-13
Table 4-19 Pin Assignment of T4 Interface (75 Ohm)........................................................ 4-13
Table 4-20 Pin Assignment of T3 Interface (120 Ohm)...................................................... 4-14
Table 4-21 Pin Assignment of T4 Interface (120 Ohm)...................................................... 4-14
Table 4-22 Pin Assignment of MDI1-4 Interface ................................................................ 4-14
Table 4-23 Pin Assignment of MDI5-8 Interface ................................................................ 4-14
Table 4-24 Pin Assignment of MDO1-4 Interface .............................................................. 4-14
Table 4-25 Pin Assignment of MDO5-8 Interface .............................................................. 4-14
Table 4-26 Pin Assignment of ALM Interface .................................................................... 4-14
Table 4-27 Pin Assignment of HCOC Interface ................................................................. 4-14
Table 4-28 Pin Assignment of EOW Interface ................................................................... 4-14
Table 4-29 Pin Assignment of MGT Interface ................................................................... 4-15
Table 4-30 Pin Assignment of F1 Interface ....................................................................... 4-15
Table 4-31 Pin Assignment of EXT Interface .................................................................... 4-15
Table 4-32 Pin Assignment of GE/FE Interface ................................................................. 4-15
Table 4-33 Multiple 2 mm E1 75 Ohm Cable Connector I Pin Assignment ........................ 4-16
Table 4-34 Multiple 2 mm E1 75 Ohm Cable Connector II Pin Assignment........................ 4-17
Table 4-35 Multiple 2 mm E1 75 Ohm Cable Connector III Pin Assignment....................... 4-18
Table 4-36 Multiple 2 mm E1 120 Ohm Cable Connector I Pin Assignment....................... 4-19
Table 4-37 Multiple 2 mm E1 120 Ohm Cable Connector II Pin Assignment...................... 4-20
Table 4-38 Multiple 2 mm E1 120 Ohm Cable Connector III Pin Assignment..................... 4-21
Table 5-1 Interface Cabling for SI and SI-E....................................................................... 5-3
Table 5-2 Interface Cabling for SC.................................................................................... 5-4
Table 5-3 Interface Cabling for the Ethernet Card ............................................................. 5-4
Table 5-4 Interface Cabling for the STM-4/1 Card ............................................................. 5-4
Table 5-5 Interface Cabling for the STM-4/1 Card ............................................................. 5-4
Table 5-6 Type and Length of E1 Cables.......................................................................... 5-5

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CHAPTER 1
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This Interconnect, Cabling and Mechanical Assembly (ICMA) manual describes the
mechanical information required for the installation and cabling of the FLASHWAVE 4570.
The description of the rack layout, shelf layout, electrical cabling, and optical cabling used in
this document are all examples only.
For detailed information on technical specifications and an overview of the FLASHWAVE
4570 system, refer to the Product Description (PD) manual.
For the detailed instruction for installing and cabling, refer to the Installation and Test Manual
(ITMN).
The Safety Instructions (SI) manual is provided separately for instructions to help the
operator ensure against personal injury, system damage, negative consequences to human
health and the environment.
For detailed information on the initial hardware and software commissioning, refer to the
Commissioning Manual (COMN).
For detailed information regarding troubleshooting and remedy of alarm events, refer to
the Troubleshooting Manual (TSMN).

1.1 Symbols Used in the Documentation

1.1.1 Symbol for Warnings


Danger
This symbol identifies notes which, if ignored, can result in bodily harm.
!

Warning
This symbol identifies notes which, if ignored, can result in damage to the equipment.
!

Caution
This symbol identifies notes which, if ignored, can result in service interruption.
!

1.1.2 Symbols for Notes

i Information which extends beyond the immediate context.

Cross reference to other chapters in this manual or reference to other manuals.

Help Reference to the online help system of the Element Manager software.

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1.1.3 Symbols for Menu Displays and Text Inputs

Menu options from pop-up menus or inputs to be made by the user (texts, commands) are
displayed consecutively in their hierarchical sequence in pointed brackets:
<Menu> <Menu item> <Command text> <Parameter> etc.

1.2 History of changes

Revision Issue Date Remarks


1 January 2011 Initial version

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FLASHWAVE 4570 is placed in Central Offices.


The FLASHWAVE 4570 equipment meets the generic requirements defined in:
ETS 300 119 (framework criteria)
ETS 300 019 (environmental criteria)
The FLASHWAVE 4570 shelf grounding is required when the shelf is mounted to the
standard ETSI rack. Use 12 AWG or larger sized protective grounding cable to ground the
shelf.

2.1 Rack of FLASHWAVE 4570

The equipment frames meet the ETS 300 119-2 requirements. The racks are unshielded.
In order to minimize the rack spacing of the shelves, the outlets of the optical cables are
i at the front of the rack beams. This means that the mounting plane of the rack is moved
to the back.

2.2 Rack Layout

Figure 2-1 shows the mounting of the FLASHWAVE 4570 shelf in the rack.

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Figure 2-1 FLASHWAVE 4570 Shelf in Rack

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CHAPTER 3
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Figure 3-1 shows the front view of the FLASHWAVE 4570 shelf layout and together with the
slot layout information.

PWR IO
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

HS slot: High speed card


HS/E1
HS/E1
HS/E1
HS/E1
HS/E1 HS/LOCC slot: High speed & LOCC (Low-order cross-connect)
IO 1
IO 2
IO 3
IO 4

IO 5
IO 6
IO 7
IO 8
IO 9
SI

card
HS/E slot: High speed and DS3/STM-1E card
HS/E1slot: High speed and E/STM-1E card
Cable Duct IO slot: Input/output card
PWR slot: Power
HOCC slot: High-order cross-connect card
HOCC (W)
HOCC (P)
HS/LOCC
HS/LOCC
HS/LOCC
HS/LOCC

SC slot: System Controller card


HS/E
HS/E
HS/E
HS/E
HS/E
HS
HS
HS

HS
HS
SC

SC

SI slot: System Interface card

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Fiber Duct Note: Slot 18 is not supported by Release 4.1.
FAN
FAN
AIR FILTER

: Interface Slot with 10 Gbps Bakplane


: Interface Slot with 20 Gbps Bakplane
: IO Slot
: Common Slot
Figure 3-1 Shelf Layout

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Table 4-1 lists the cables used on each of the FLASHWAVE 4570 cards.

Card Type Card / Module Description: Slot Interfaces

System control card for


SC Slot 18 or 1 1 x DB 9 (RS 232)
NE configuration

Controller System interface card


for NE management. 20 x RJ 45 / 1 min
SI/SI-E Slot 23
The SI-E card integrates USB
the EOW function.

High order cross


HOCC connect card for switch Slots 9, 10 1 mini USB
Cross fabric
connection
Low order cross connect
LOCC Slots 5 to 81 1 mini USB
card for switch fabric

2 optical XFPs / 1
2 x STM-64
mini USB
2 optical XFPs / 1
2 x STM-64 M
mini USB
8 optical SFPs / 1
8 x STM-16
mini USB
Slots 2 to 8, 11
Optical interface card 8 optical or
to 17, 24 to 282
8 x STM-4/1 electrical SFPs / 1
SDH mini USB
16 optical or 12
optical and 4
16 x STM-4/1 M
electrical SFPs / 1
mini USB
G1: Slots 13 to
Electrical interface 16, 17 (P)3
8 x STM-1E 1 mini USB
function card G2: Slots 24 to
27, 28 (P)
G1: Slots 30 to
33 8 x CC4 pairs (Rx
8 x STM-1E IO Electrical interface card
G2: Slot 19 to and Tx)
22

Electrical interface Slots 13 to 17


12 x E3/DS3 1 mini USB
function card 15 (P)

PDH 12 x CC4 pairs


12 x E3/DS3 IO Electrical interface card Slots 30 to 33
(Rx and Tx)

Electrical interface Slots 24 to 28


126 x E1 /R 1 mini USB
function card 26 (P)

Slots 19 to 22,
63 x E1 IO Electrical interface card 2 mm connector
29 to 32

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Card Type Card / Module Description: Slot Interfaces


Slots 2 to 8, 11 1 x 10 GE XFP / 1
1 x 10 GE/T
to 17, 24 to 28 mini USB
Transparent Ethernet
interface card 8 x optical or
Slots 2 to 8, 11
8 x GE/T electrical SFPs / 1
to 17, 24 to 28
mini USB
Ethernet 6 x GE electrical
Slots 2, 3, 5 to
6 x GE + 4 x or optical SFPs / 4
8,11 to 14,16,
FEGE/A x RJ 45s / 1 mini
Layer 2 Ethernet 17
USB
interface card
Slots 7&8, 11 1 x 10 GE XFP /
1 x 10 GE + 10
& 12, 12 & 13, 10 x GE SFPs / 1
x GE/L2
13 & 14 mini USB
2 x GE electrical
2 x GE + 12 x Slots 2 to 8, 11 or optical SFPs /
RPR RPR card
FE/RPR to 17, 24 to 28 12 x RJ 45s / 1
mini USB
POA (20 dB) Pre-amplifier card
BOA (13 dBm) Slots 2 to 8, 11
1 LC (one pair) / 1
Amplifier to 17, 24 to
BOA (15 dBm) Boost amplifier card mini USB
28
BOA (18 dBm)
Slots 2 to 8, 11 2 optical XFPs / 1
OTN 2 x OTU-2 OTU card
to 17, 24 to 28 mini USB
1
Slot 6 and slot 7 are used for 20 G LOCC 1 + 1 EPG.
2
Because the backplane supports 10 G bandwidth for these slots, the port 2 on 2 x STM-
64 card can be used and the ports 5, 6, 7, and 8 on 8 x STM-16 card can be used.
3
(P) is for protection.
Table 4-1 Card Interfaces

4.1 Controller Cards

4.1.1 Interfaces on SC Card

Figure 4-1 shows the arrangement of the connectors on the FLASHWAVE 4570 SC card.

Figure 4-1 Faceplate Diagram of SC Card

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CONSOLE RS 232 interface, DB 9 connector, local connection interface
RESET To warm reboot the SC card

Table 4-2 SC Card Interface

4.1.2 Interfaces on SI Card

Figure 4-2 shows the arrangement of the connectors at the FLASHWAVE 4570 SI card.

Figure 4-2 Faceplate Diagram of SI Card

Interface Description
T3-1 4 x RJ 45 connectors for four station clock interfaces, T3 stands for clock in (2
T3-2 Mbps or 2 MHz) and T4 stands for clock out (2 Mbps or 2 MHz).
T4-1
T4-2
MDI1-4 2 x RJ 45 connectors to provide 8 Miscellaneous Discrete Input (MDI) ports.
MDI5-8 MDIs are used to read the status of external alarm-points. Both the MDI
description and severities are configurable on the management system.
MDO1-4 2 x RJ 45 connectors to provide 8 Miscellaneous Discrete Output (MDO) ports.
MDO5-8 MDOs are used to drive the external devices. MDO can be activated or
deactivated manually by the management system.
ALM RJ 45 alarm output interface, providing four alarm outputs, including two audio
and two visible alarm outputs.
HCOC-1 2 x RJ 45 connectors for two extended user channels, two V.11 ports in total.
HCOC-2
MGT-1 2 x RJ 45 connectors for network management interfaces.
MGT-2
EXT-1 to 4 x RJ 45 connectors for real extension shelf management.
EXT-4 (These ports are reserved for future use.)
LED TEST LED test button
ACO Alarm cut off button. The alarm outputs connected to the rack-top alarming
module will be cut off by pushing the button one time. System indicators (critical,
major, and minor LEDs) on the NE will not be suppressed.
SUP Alarm suppress button. When the button is pushed, the existing alarms (visible
critical/major/minor LED indicators) on the SI card will not be shown on the
system and the rack-top alarm module when the button is pushed until the next
alarm occurs.
DEBUG Mini USB type port for module debugging.

Table 4-3 SI Card Interface

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4.1.3 Interfaces on SI-E Card

Figure 4-3 shows the arrangement of the connectors at the FLASHWAVE 4570 SI-E card.

Figure 4-3 Faceplate Diagram of SI-E Card

Interface Description
T3-1 4 x RJ 45 connectors for four station clock interfaces, T3 stands for clock in (2
T3-2 Mbps or 2 MHz) and T4 stands for clock out (2 Mbps or 2 MHz).
T4-1
T4-2
MDI1-4 2 x RJ 45 connectors to provide 8 Miscellaneous Discrete Input (MDI) ports.
MDI5-8 MDIs are used to read the status of external alarm-points. Both the MDI
description and severities are configurable on the management system.
MDO1-4 2 x RJ 45 connectors to provide 8 Miscellaneous Discrete Output (MDO) ports.
MDO5-8 MDOs are used to drive the external devices. MDO can be activated or
deactivated manually by the management system.
ALM RJ 45 alarm output interface, providing four alarm outputs, including two audio
and two visible alarm outputs.
HCOC-1 2 x RJ 45 connectors for two extended user channels, two V.11 ports in total.
HCOC-2
EOW RJ 45 connector for E1 and E2. There are a maximum of 64 EOW channels
(32 x E1 and 32 x E2). One to one or multiple user calls can be performed
through this interface.
MGT-1 2 x RJ 45 connectors for network management interfaces.
MGT-2
EXT-1 4 x RJ 45 connectors for real extension shelf management. (These ports are
EXT-2 reserved for future use.)
EXT-3
EXT-4
F1-1 2 x RJ 45 connectors for two F1 user channels, two V.11 ports in total.
F1-2
LED TEST LED test button
ACO Alarm cut off button. The alarm outputs connected to the rack-top alarming
module will be cut off by pushing the button one time. System indicators
(critical, major, and minor LEDs) on the NE will not be suppressed.
SUP Alarm suppress button. When the button is pushed, the existing alarms (visible
critical/major/minor LED indicators) on the SI card will not be shown on the
system and the rack-top alarm module when the button is pushed until the next
alarm occurs.
DEBUG Mini USB type port for module debugging.

Table 4-4 SI-E Card Interface

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4.2 Cross-connection Cards

Figure 4-4 Faceplate Diagram of HOCC Card

Figure 4-5 Faceplate Diagram of LOCC Card

4.3 SDH Cards

Figure 4-6 Faceplate Diagram of 2 x STM-64 Card

Figure 4-7 Faceplate Diagram of 2 x STM-64 Card

Figure 4-8 Faceplate Diagram of 8 x STM-16 Cards

Figure 4-9 Faceplate Diagram of 16 x STM-4/1 M Card

Figure 4-10 Faceplate Diagram of 8 x STM-4/1 Card

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Figure 4-11 Faceplate Diagram of 8 x STM-1E Card

Figure 4-12 Faceplate Diagram of 8 x STM-1E IO Card

4.4 PDH Cards

Figure 4-13 Faceplate Diagram of 12 x E3/DS3 Card

Figure 4-14 Faceplate Diagram of 12 x E3/DS3 IO Card

Figure 4-15 Faceplate Diagram of 126 x E1 Card

Figure 4-16 Faceplate Diagram of 63 x E1 IO Card

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4.5 Ethernet Cards

Figure 4-17 Faceplate Diagram of 8 x GE/T Card

Figure 4-18 Faceplate Diagram of 6 x GE + 4 x FEGE/A Card

Figure 4-19 Faceplate Diagram of 2 x GE + 12 x FE/RPR Card

Figure 4-20 Faceplate Diagram of 1 x 10 GE/T Card

Figure 4-21 Faceplate Diagram of 1 x 10 GE + 10 x GE/L2 Card

4.6 Amplifier Cards

Figure 4-22 Faceplate Diagram of BOA 13 dBm Card

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Figure 4-23 Faceplate Diagram of BOA 15 dBm Card

Figure 4-24 Faceplate Diagram of BOA 18 dBm Card

Figure 4-25 Faceplate Diagram of POA 20 dB Card

4.7 OTN Cards

Figure 4-26 Faceplate Diagram of 2 x OTU-2 Card

4.8 Pin Allocation Diagrams

4.8.1 Connectors on Power Module

Figure 4-27 Pin Assignment of the Power Interface

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4.8.2 Connectors on SC Card

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Function NC TX RX NC GND NC NC NC NC

Table 4-5 Pin Assignment of Console Interface

4.8.3 Connectors on SI Card

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function GND T3_RXD NC NC NC NC CHS_G CHS_G
ND ND

Table 4-6 Pin Assignment of T3 Interface (75 Ohm)

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function NC NC NC GND T4_TXD NC CHS_G CHS_G
ND ND

Table 4-7 Pin Assignment of T4 Interface (75 Ohm)

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function T3_RIN T3_TIP NC NC NC NC CHS_N CHS_G
G D ND

Table 4-8 Pin Assignment of T3 Interface (120 Ohm)

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function NC NC NC T4_RIN T4_TIP NC CHS_N CHS_G
G D ND

Table 4-9 Pin Assignment of T4 Interface (120 Ohm)

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function MDI4+ MDI4- MDI3+ MDI3- MDI2+ MDI2- MDI1+ MDI1-

Table 4-10 Pin Assignment of MDI1-4 Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function MDI8+ MDI8- MDI7+ MDI7- MDI6+ MDI6- MDI5+ MDI5-

Table 4-11 Pin Assignment of MDI5-8 Interface

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Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function MDO4+ MDO4- MDO3+ MDO3 MDO2+ MDO2 MDO1+ MDO1

Table 4-12 Pin Assignment of MDO1-4 Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function MDO8+ MDO8- MDO7+ MDO7 MDO6+ MDO6 MDO5+ MDO5

Table 4-13 Pin Assignment of MDO5-8 Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function ALM3+ ALM3- ALM2+ ALM2- ALM1+ ALM1- ALM0+ ALM0-

Table 4-14 Pin Assignment of ALM Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function V11_TC V11_TC V11_TD V11_TD V11_RC V11_RC V11_RD V11_RD
LK+ LK- AT+ AT- LK+ LK- AT+ AT-

Table 4-15 Pin Assignment of HCOC Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function TX+ TX- RX+ NC NC RX- NC NC

Table 4-16 Pin Assignment of MGT Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function TX+ TX- RX+ NC NC RX- NC NC

Table 4-17 Pin Assignment of EXT Interface

4.8.4 Connectors on SI-E Card

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function GND T3_RXD NC NC NC NC CHS_G CHS_G
ND ND

Table 4-18 Pin Assignment of T3 Interface (75 Ohm)

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function NC NC NC GND T4_TXD NC CHS_G CHS_G
ND ND

Table 4-19 Pin Assignment of T4 Interface (75 Ohm)

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Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function T3_RIN T3_TIP NC NC NC NC CHS_N CHS_G
G D ND

Table 4-20 Pin Assignment of T3 Interface (120 Ohm)

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function NC NC NC T4_RING T4_TIP NC CHS_N CHS_GN
D D

Table 4-21 Pin Assignment of T4 Interface (120 Ohm)

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function MDI4+ MDI4- MDI3+ MDI3- MDI2+ MDI2- MDI1+ MDI1-

Table 4-22 Pin Assignment of MDI1-4 Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function MDI8+ MDI8- MDI7+ MDI7- MDI6+ MDI6- MDI5+ MDI5-

Table 4-23 Pin Assignment of MDI5-8 Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function MDO4+ MDO4- MDO3+ MDO3 MDO2+ MDO2 MDO1+ MDO1

Table 4-24 Pin Assignment of MDO1-4 Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function MDO8+ MDO8- MDO7+ MDO7 MDO6+ MDO6 MDO5+ MDO5

Table 4-25 Pin Assignment of MDO5-8 Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function ALM3+ ALM3- ALM2+ ALM2- ALM1+ ALM1- ALM0+ ALM0-

Table 4-26 Pin Assignment of ALM Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function V11_TC V11_TC V11_TD V11_TD V11_RC V11_RC V11_RD V11_RD
LK+ LK- AT+ AT- LK+ LK- AT+ AT-

Table 4-27 Pin Assignment of HCOC Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function NC NC NC RING TIP NC NC NC

Table 4-28 Pin Assignment of EOW Interface

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Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function TX+ TX- RX+ NC NC RX- NC NC

Table 4-29 Pin Assignment of MGT Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function V11_TC V11_TC V11_TD V11_TD V11_RC V11_RC V11_RD V11_RD
LK+ LK- AT+ AT- LK+ LK- AT+ AT-

Table 4-30 Pin Assignment of F1 Interface

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function TX+ TX- RX+ NC NC RX- NC NC

Table 4-31 Pin Assignment of EXT Interface

4.8.5 Connectors on Ethernet Card

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Function TX+ TX- RX+ NC NC RX- NC NC

Table 4-32 Pin Assignment of GE/FE Interface

4.8.6 Connectors on PDH Card

Figure 4-28 Multiple 2 mm Connector Pin Assignment (75 Ohm and 120 Ohm)

Table 4-33 through Table 4-35 lists the pin assignment of Connector I through III for 75 ohm
respectively. Table 4-36 through Table 4-38 lists that for 120 ohm, respectively.

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Connector I table
Pin No. Cable description Coaxial cable No. Signal Label printing
E6 Inner conductor (core) X-7 TX7 T7
E5 Outer conductor (braid)
D6 Inner conductor (core) X-6 TX6 T6
D5 Outer conductor (braid)
E4 Inner conductor (core) X-5 TX5 T5
E3 Outer conductor (braid)
D4 Inner conductor (core) X-4 TX4 T4
D3 Outer conductor (braid)
C4 Inner conductor (core) X-3 TX3 T3
C3 Outer conductor (braid)
E2 Inner conductor (core) X-2 TX2 T2
E1 Outer conductor (braid)
D2 Inner conductor (core) X-1 TX1 T1
D1 Outer conductor (braid)
C6 Short circuit
C5
B6 Inner conductor (core) X-18 RX7 R7
B5 Outer conductor (braid)
A6 Inner conductor (core) X-17 RX6 R6
A5 Outer conductor (braid)
B4 Inner conductor (core) X-16 RX5 R5
B3 Outer conductor (braid)
A4 Inner conductor (core) X-15 RX4 R4
A3 Outer conductor (braid)
C2 Inner conductor (core) X-14 RX3 R3
C1 Outer conductor (braid)
B2 Inner conductor (core) X-13 RX2 R2
B1 Outer conductor (braid)
A2 Inner conductor (core) X-12 RX1 R1
A1 Outer conductor (braid)

Table 4-33 Multiple 2 mm E1 75 Ohm Cable Connector I Pin Assignment

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Connector II table
Pin No. Cable description Coaxial cable Signal Label printing
No.
E6 Inner conductor (core) Y-4 TX14 T14
E5 Outer conductor (braid)
D6 Inner conductor (core) Y-3 TX13 T13
D5 Outer conductor (braid)
E4 Inner conductor (core) Y-2 TX12 T12
E3 Outer conductor (braid)
D4 Inner conductor (core) X-11 TX11 T11
D3 Outer conductor (braid)
C4 Inner conductor (core) X-10 TX10 T10
C3 Outer conductor (braid)
E2 Inner conductor (core) X-9 TX9 T9
E1 Outer conductor (braid)
D2 Inner conductor (core) X-8 TX8 T8
D1 Outer conductor (braid)
C6 Short circuit
C5
B6 Inner conductor (core) Y-14 RX14 R14
B5 Outer conductor (braid)
A6 Inner conductor (core) Y-13 RX13 R13
A5 Outer conductor (braid)
B4 Inner conductor (core) Y-12 RX12 R12
B3 Outer conductor (braid)
A4 Inner conductor (core) Y-1 RX11 R11
A3 Outer conductor (braid)
C2 Inner conductor (core) X-21 RX10 R10
C1 Outer conductor (braid)
B2 Inner conductor (core) X-20 RX9 R9
B1 Outer conductor (braid)
A2 Inner conductor (core) X-19 RX8 R8
A1 Outer conductor (braid)

Table 4-34 Multiple 2 mm E1 75 Ohm Cable Connector II Pin Assignment

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Connector III table


Pin No. Cable description Coaxial cable Signal Label printing
No.
E6 Inner conductor (core) Y-11 TX21 T21
E5 Outer conductor (braid)
D6 Inner conductor (core) Y-10 TX20 T20
D5 Outer conductor (braid)
E4 Inner conductor (core) Y-9 TX19 T19
E3 Outer conductor (braid)
D4 Inner conductor (core) Y-8 TX18 T18
D3 Outer conductor (braid)
C4 Inner conductor (core) Y-7 TX17 T17
C3 Outer conductor (braid)
E2 Inner conductor (core) Y-6 TX16 T16
E1 Outer conductor (braid)
D2 Inner conductor (core) Y-5 TX15 T15
D1 Outer conductor (braid)
C6 Short circuit
C5
B6 Inner conductor (core) Y-21 RX21 R21
B5 Outer conductor (braid)
A6 Inner conductor (core) Y-20 RX20 R20
A5 Outer conductor (braid)
B4 Inner conductor (core) Y-19 RX19 R19
B3 Outer conductor (braid)
A4 Inner conductor (core) Y-18 RX18 R18
A3 Outer conductor (braid)
C2 Inner conductor (core) Y-17 RX17 R17
C1 Outer conductor (braid)
B2 Inner conductor (core) Y-16 RX16 R16
B1 Outer conductor (braid)
A2 Inner conductor (core) Y-15 RX15 R15
A1 Outer conductor (braid)

Table 4-35 Multiple 2 mm E1 75 Ohm Cable Connector III Pin Assignment

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Connector I table
Pin No. Cable color Pair No. Signal Label printing
E6 Red X-7 TX7 T7
E5 Orange
D6 Red X-6 TX6 T6
D5 Blue
E4 White X-5 TX5 T5
E3 Gray
D4 White X-4 TX4 T4
D3 Brown
C4 White X-3 TX3 T3
C3 Green
E2 White X-2 TX2 T2
E1 Orange
D2 White X-1 TX1 T1
D1 Blue
C6 Short circuit
C5
B6 Yellow X-18 RX7 R7
B5 Green
A6 Yellow X-17 RX6 R6
A5 Orange
B4 Yellow X-16 RX5 R5
B3 Blue
A4 Black X-15 RX4 R4
A3 Gray
C2 Black X-14 RX3 R3
C1 Brown
B2 Black X-13 RX2 R2
B1 Green
A2 Black X-12 RX1 R1
A1 Orange

Table 4-36 Multiple 2 mm E1 120 Ohm Cable Connector I Pin Assignment

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Connector II table
Pin No. Cable color Pair No. Signal Label printing
E6 White Y-4 TX14 T14
E5 Brown
D6 White Y-3 TX13 T13
D5 Green
E4 White Y-2 TX12 T12
E3 Orange
D4 Black X-11 TX11 T11
D3 Blue
C4 Red X-10 TX10 T10
C3 Gray
E2 Red X-9 TX9 T9
E1 Brown
D2 Red X-8 TX8 T8
D1 Green
C6 Short circuit
C5
B6 Black Y-14 RX14 R14
B5 Brown
A6 Black Y-13 RX13 R13
A5 Green
B4 Black Y-12 RX12 R12
B3 Orange
A4 White Y-1 RX11 R11
A3 Blue
C2 Purple X-21 RX10 R10
C1 Blue
B2 Yellow X-20 RX9 R9
B1 Gray
A2 Yellow X-19 RX8 R8
A1 Brown

Table 4-37 Multiple 2 mm E1 120 Ohm Cable Connector II Pin Assignment

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Connector III table


Pin No. Cable color Pair No. Signal Label printing
E6 Black Y-11 TX21 T21
E5 Blue
D6 Red Y-10 TX20 T20
D5 Gray
E4 Red Y-9 TX19 T19
E3 Brown
D4 Red Y-8 TX18 T18
D3 Green
C4 Red Y-7 TX17 T17
C3 Orange
E2 Red Y-6 TX16 T16
E1 Blue
D2 White Y-5 TX15 T15
D1 Gray
C6 Short circuit
C5
B6 Purple Y-21 RX21 R21
B5 Blue
A6 Yellow Y-20 RX20 R20
A5 Gray
B4 Yellow Y-19 RX19 R19
B3 Brown
A4 Yellow Y-18 RX18 R18
A3 Green
C2 Yellow Y-17 RX17 R17
C1 Orange
B2 Yellow Y-16 RX16 R16
B1 Blue
A2 Black Y-15 RX15 R15
A1 Gray

Table 4-38 Multiple 2 mm E1 120 Ohm Cable Connector III Pin Assignment

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This chapter gives the electrical cable information used on FLASHWAVE 4570. The pin
assignment of each interface is shown in Subchapter 4.8.

5.1 Power Distribution

i The procedure to install and uninstall DC power connection between the FLASHWAVE
4570 shelf and the fuse panel (or power distribution panel) installed on top of the rack
differs depending on the type of fuse panel (power distribution panel). The following
sections give the procedure exemplifying a certain type of the panel.

Figure 5-1 through Figure 5-3 show the power distribution from the breaker panel to the
terminal area of FLASHWAVE 4570.

Figure 5-1 Power Distribution (Example)

Figure 5-2 Connection of Power Cables on FLASHWAVE 4570

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Figure 5-3 Connection of Power Cables to Fuse Panel

5.2 SI/SI-E Interface Cabling

1) Length of cables is defined by survey


2) Interfaces are reserved for future releases.
3) It is not available on SI card.
Table 5-1 gives information about connectors, cables, and the length of the electrical
connections terminated at the FLASHWAVE 4570:

Connector Connector Length Max. Number of


Application*)
Equipment Side Customer Side (Meter) Cables per Shelf
1)
T3/T4 RJ 45 Open wire 4
1)
MDI RJ 45 Open wire 2
1)
MDO RJ 45 Open wire 2
1)
ALM RJ 45 Open wire 1
1)
HCOC RJ 45 Open wire 2
1)
MGT RJ 45 Open wire 2
2) 1)
EXT RJ 45 RJ 45 4
3) 1)
F1 RJ 45 Open wire
3)
EOW RJ 11 Handset 1m 1
1) Length of cables is defined by survey
2) Interfaces are reserved for future releases.
3) It is not available on SI card.
Table 5-1 Interface Cabling for SI and SI-E

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5.3 SC Interface Cabling

The following table gives information about connectors, cables, and the length of the
electrical connections terminated at the FLASHWAVE 4570.

Connector Connector Length Max. Number of


Application
Equipment Side Customer Side (Meter) cables per shelf
Console DB 9 (RS 232) DB 9 (RS 232) 2m 1

Table 5-2 Interface Cabling for SC

5.4 Ethernet Card Interface Cabling

Connector Connector Max. Number of


Application Length
Equipment side Customer side cables per card
1)
FE RJ 45 RJ 45 4
1)
GE RJ 45 RJ 45 10
1)
RPR RJ45 RJ45 6
1) Length of cables is defined by survey
Table 5-3 Interface Cabling for the Ethernet Card

5.5 SDH Card Interface Cabling

Connector Connector Max. Number of


Application Length
Equipment side Customer side cables per card
1)
STM-1 CC 4 Open Wire 16
1) Length of cables is defined by survey
Table 5-4 Interface Cabling for the STM-4/1 Card

5.6 PDH Card Interface Cabling

Max. Number of
Connector Connector
Application Length cables
Equipment side Customer side
per card
1)
E3/DS3 CC 4 Open Wire 16
E1 2 mm Open Wire 10 m 3
1) The length of cables is defined by survey.
Table 5-5 Interface Cabling for the STM-4/1 Card

The following tables give information about type and length of E1 cables needed for
FLASHWAVE 4570.

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Description Length (Meter)


21 x E1 75 Ohm cable with connector, 10 m 10 m
21 x E1 75 Ohm cable with connector, 30 m 30 m
21 x E1 120 Ohm cable with connector, 10 m 10 m
21 x E1 120 Ohm cable with connector, 30 m 30 m

Table 5-6 Type and Length of E1 Cables

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This chapter gives the recommended cabling scheme as an example.


Before handling the optical fiber and
Warning
Put the cables carefully into the cable guiding parts otherwise the cables can be damaged!
!
Warning Do not squeeze fibers while closing the front cover.

6.1 General

The minimum bending radius of the optical cables is 17 mm.


The cable slots directly below the plug-in cards have to be used. Up to 16 optical cables can
be run through one slot, see Figure 6-1.
Cabling assembly order:
1) Lower slots of shelf internal cabling
2) Upper slots of shelf internal cabling

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Figure 6-1 Shelf Cable Duct (Example)

It is recommended that the intra-shelf cables are guided in the cable ducts of the shelf.

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6.2 Power Cabling:

All the power cable routings should point toward the right side of the FLASHWAVE 4570
shelf.

Figure 6-2 Power Cabling

6.3 SI/SI-E Cabling:

All the SI/SI-E cable routings should point toward the upper side of the FLASHWAVE 4570.

Figure 6-3 SI/SI-E Cabling

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6.4 Ethernet Cabling:

All the Ethernet cable routings should be led toward the upper side of the FLASHWAVE
4570 shelf.

Figure 6-4 Ethernet Cabling

6.5 Intra-Shelf/Rack Fiber Cabling

After connected at the plug-in cards, the optical fibers should be directed sideways toward
the cable outlet of the shelf through the cable slots. In order to avoid the damage, the cables
should be protected by the plastic covers. Slack in the cables must be stored in the fiber tray.
Fiber cable should be handled with care. Read the Safety instructions (SI) manual before
handling the fibers.
Figure 6-5 shows an example of intra-shelf cabling of the optical fibers..

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Figure 6-5 Cable Ducts in Shelf and Rack

6.6 Fiber Cabling of 16 x STM-4/1 M Card

All the optical fiber routings should be directed toward the bottom side of the FLASHWAVE
4570 shelf.

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Figure 6-6 Fiber and Electrical Cabling

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6.7 STM-1 Electrical Cabling on STM-1 Card

All the STM-1 electrical cable routings should be directed toward the bottom side of the
FLASHWAVE 4570 shelf.

Figure 6-7 STM-1 Electrical Cabling

6.8 STM-1 Electrical Cabling on STM-1E IO card

All the STM-1E electrical cable routings should be directed toward the upper side of the
FLASHWAVE 4570 shelf.

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Figure 6-8 STM-1E IO Cabling

6.9 E3/DS3 Cabling

All the E3/DS3 cable routings should be directed toward the upper side of the FLASHWAVE
4570 shelf.

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Figure 6-9 E3/DS3 Cabling

6.10 E1 Cabling on FLASHWAVE 4570

All the E1 cable routings should be directed toward the upper side of the FLASHWAVE 4570
shelf.

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Figure 6-10 E1 Cabling on FLASHWAVE 4570

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Abbreviations

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ACO Alarm Cut Off


ALM Alarm
BOA Booster Optical Amplifier
CC Cross Connection
ETS European Telecommunication Standard
ETSI European Telecommunication Standards Institute
EXT Extension
FE Fast Ethernet
GE Gigabit Ethernet
HCOC High Capacity Overhead Channel
HOCC High Order Cross Connection
IO Input Output
ITU-T International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication
Standardization Sector
LC Line Card
LED Light Emitting Diode
LOCC Low Order Cross Connection
MDI Miscellaneous Discrete Input
MDO Miscellaneous Discrete Output
MGT Management
NC Not Connected
NE Network Element
OA Optical Amplifier
PDH Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy
POA Pre-Optical Amplifier
RPR Resilient Packet Ring
SC System Controller
SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
SFP Small Form-factor Pluggable
SI System Interface
STM Synchronous Transfer Mode
SUP Suppress
USB Universal Serial Bus
WDM Wavelength Division Multiplexing
XFP 10 Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggable

FLASHWAVE 4570 Release 4.2 FTDG-H751-D620


FUJITSU and FUJITSU Customer Use Only
7-2 Interconnect, Configuration and Issue 1, January 2011
Mechanical Assembly