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USER MANUAL

W0201-A

WorldDSL EMS-830T
Exchange Office Management Shelf
Product Catalog: EMS-830T
Product Part Number: 1254861
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Revision History of This Manual

Revision Release Date Revisions Made


01 January 31, 2003 Initial release.

Copyright
© 2003 ADC DSL Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

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to such trademarks is granted hereunder, and you agree that no such right, license, or interest shall be asserted by you with
respect to such trademark.
Other product names mentioned in this document are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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Information contained in this document is company private to ADC DSL Systems, Inc., and shall not be modified, used, copied,
reproduced or disclosed in whole or in part without the written consent of ADC.
Contents herein are current as of the date of publication. ADC reserves the right to change the contents without prior notice.
In no event shall ADC be liable for any damages resulting from loss of data, loss of use, or loss of profits, and ADC further
disclaims any and all liability for indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other similar damages. This disclaimer of
liability applies to all products, publications and services during and after the warranty period.

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USING THIS MANUAL


Two types of messages, identified by icons, appear in the text.

Notes contain information about special circumstances.

Genenral cautions indicate the possibility of personal injury, product failure, or equipment
damage if instructions are ignored or not completely followed.

INSPECTING SHIPMENT
Upon receipt of the equipment:
• Unpack each container and inspect the contents for signs of damage. If the equipment has been damaged in
transit, immediately report the extent of damage to the transportation company and to ADC DSL Systems,
Inc. Order replacement equipment, if necessary.
• Check the packing list to ensure complete and accurate shipment of each listed item. If the shipment is short
or irregular, contact ADC DSL Systems, Inc. as described in “Product Support” on page 15. If you must store
the equipment for a prolonged period, store the equipment in its original container.

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LTPE-UM-3157-01 Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Overview ____________________________________________________________________________ 1
Compatibility .....................................................................................................................................3
Installation___________________________________________________________________________ 4
Mounting ............................................................................................................................................4
HDSL Pairs ........................................................................................................................................5
G.703 Connectors...............................................................................................................................7
Alarm Relay Circuits .........................................................................................................................8
Network Management Serial Interface ..............................................................................................9
Primary Power..................................................................................................................................10
Backup Power ..................................................................................................................................11
Installing LTU or UTU HDSL Cards in the EMS-830T Shelf ........................................................11
Powering the EMS-830T Shelf ........................................................................................................13
Specifications________________________________________________________________________ 14
Product Support _____________________________________________________________________ 15
Certification and Warranty______________________________________________ Inside Back Cover

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List of Figures LTPE-UM-3157-01

LIST OF FIGURES
1. EMS-830T Shelf with LTU HDSL Cards and an EMS-830T Management Unit Installed ........................... 1
2. Rear View of the EMS-830T .......................................................................................................................... 2
3. Connecting Power Cables to the EMS-830T ................................................................................................ 10
4. Removing a Slot Faceplate............................................................................................................................ 11
5. Installing an LTU or UTU HDSL Card ........................................................................................................ 12

LIST OF TABLES
1. EMS-830T Rear-Panel Features...................................................................................................................... 3
2. EMS-830T WorldDSL Product Compatibility ............................................................................................... 3
3. EMS-830T Slots 1 - 8 HDSL Telco Connector Pinouts ................................................................................. 5
4. EMS-830T Slots 9 - 16 HDSL Telco Connector Pinouts ............................................................................... 6
5. 75Ω G.703 Output Connector Pinouts............................................................................................................. 7
6. 75Ω G.703 Input Connector Pinouts ............................................................................................................... 7
7. Alarm (D25F) Connector Pinouts ................................................................................................................... 8
8. RS-485 (D25F) Connector Pinouts (DTE) ..................................................................................................... 9
9. DC Power-Terminal Strip Pinouts ................................................................................................................ 10

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OVERVIEW
The ADC® WorldDSL™ EMS-830T (Figure 1) is an exchange office management shelf (EMS) that fits into a
600 mm or 19-inch rack. The EMS-830T accommodates up to 16 WorldDSL line-termination unit (LTU) or
universal termination unit (UTU) High-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL) E1 cards with a 75Ω unbalanced
input. You can also install one WorldDSL EMS-830T exchange office management unit.

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Figure 1. EMS-830T Shelf with LTU HDSL Cards and an EMS-830T Management Unit Installed

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All wiring for the EMS-830T is on the back of the shelf (see Figure 2). EMS-830T features are described in
Table 1 on page 3.

EXT CLK
(External clock port)
50-pin HDSL Telco Five-position -48 Vdc 50-pin HDSL Telco
connector (slots 9-16) power terminal strip connector (slots 1-8)
10Base-T port

RS-485 (DB25)
connector 16 BNC 75-ohm
G.703 IN connections

Alarm (Db25)
connector 16 BNC 75-ohm
G.703 OUT connections

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Protection switch
module connectors (8)

Figure 2. Rear View of the EMS-830T

Before disconnecting any cables that are attached to the HDSL connectors, be sure to
completely loosen the screws that secure the cable.

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Table 1. EMS-830T Rear-Panel Features

Item Qty. Description


10Base-T port 1 Provides an Ethernet 10Base-T interface for Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP) connection.
EXT CLK (External Clock) 1 Provides 2 MHz clock reference for HDSL cards (per G.703, paragraph 10). An
EMU-83X management unit must be installed to enable this feature.
HDSL connectors 2 Connects HDSL pairs to the EMS-830 shelf through the two 50-pin Telco connectors
(HDSL 1-8, HDSL 9-16).
Five-position -48 Vdc 1 Connects DC power to the shelf through the five-position power terminal strip.
power-terminal strip
D25F RS-485 connector 1 Connects a network management serial interface to the shelf through the RS-485
(D25F) connector (SLIP port).
D25F Alarm connector 1 Connects alarm relay circuits to the shelf through the DB25 Alarms connector.
BNC 75Ω G.703 In 16 Connects E1 unbalanced 75Ω input circuits to the 16 individual slots.
connectors
BNC 75Ω G.703 Out 16 Connects E1 unbalanced 75Ω output circuits to 16 individual slots.
connectors

COMPATIBILITY
The EMS-830T is compatible with the WorldDSL products listed in Table 2.

Table 2. EMS-830T WorldDSL Product Compatibility

Model (a) Description Part Number (a)


LTU-801 L1x Line Termination Unit HDSL cards 150-1420-01x
UTU-801 L1x Universal Termination Unit 150-1420-31x
UTU-701 Universal Termination Unit 150-1422-01
UTU-701c Universal Termination Unit 150-1422-01c
UTU-911 Universal Termination Unit 150-2800-01
(a) x = any model version (L1, L1A, and so on) or any part number version (-01, -01c, and so on)

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INSTALLATION
Before you install the EMS-830T, inspect the shipping carton for the components listed below. Notify the carrier
immediately if damages are found. Your shipment should consist of:
• One EMS-830T shelf
• One Installation Kit (part number 130-1049-01A)
• This document
To ensure the safety of personnel and equipment, carefully observe the following safety rules:

In rack-mounted installations, leave an unobstructed gap of a minimum of 44.5mm (1.75


inch, 1U rack height) on top and bottom of shelves to maintain the required air flow for
cooling.

Be careful when installing or modifying telephone lines. Dangerous voltages can be


present.
It is unsafe to install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
Always disconnect all telephone lines and power connections before servicing or
disassembling this equipment.
For performance and safety reasons, only power supplies listed for use with telephone
equipment by a locally recognized organization should be used with WorldDSL equipment.
All wiring external to the product should follow the local wiring codes. This unit operates
with hazardous voltages. Caution should be exercised during installation and removal of
the cards. Prevent hands and other objects from going inside the slots since dangerous
voltages can be present internally. Any empty slots should be covered with blank slot
faceplates.

To ensure that your equipment does not become damaged, carefully observe the following cautions:

If a problem has been isolated to this unit, do not attempt to repair it. The unit's components
are not user serviceable and, therefore, must not be replaced. Please return the unit to ADC
for repairs.

MOUNTING
Before you can use an EMS-830T shelf, you should mount it into a 19-inch or 600 mm rack. The EMS-830T shelf
ships with the mounting brackets in place for mounting in a 19-inch rack. If you need to mount the EMS-830T in
a 600 mm rack, you must remove the mounting brackets and reverse their position on the EMS-830T chassis. The
screws required to mount the EMS-830T on a rack are contained in the Installation Kit included in the shipping
carton.

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HDSL PAIRS
Connect the HDSL pairs to the EMS-830T shelf through the two 50-pin Telco connectors (HDSL 1-8, HDSL
9-16) connectors. See Figure 2 on page 2 for the location of the HDSL connectors. Refer to Table 3 on page 5 and
Table 4 on page 6 for the HDSL Telco connector pinouts.

Before disconnecting any cables that are attached to the HDSL connectors, be sure to
completely loosen the screws that secure the cable.

Table 3. EMS-830T Slots 1 - 8 HDSL Telco Connector Pinouts


(a)
Pin Signal Description
40 HDSL_RING_A_S1 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 1
15 HDSL_TIP_A_S1 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 1
41 HDSL_RING_B_S1 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 1
16 HDSL_TIP_B_S1 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 1
38 HDSL_RING_A_S2 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 2
13 HDSL_TIP_A_S2 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 2
39 HDSL_RING_B_S2 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 2
14 HDSL_TIP_B_S2 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 2
36 HDSL_RING_A_S3 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 3
11 HDSL_TIP_A_S3 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 3
37 HDSL_RING_B_S3 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 3
12 HDSL_TIP_B_S3 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 3
34 HDSL_RING_A_S4 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 4
9 HDSL_TIP_A_S4 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 4
35 HDSL_RING_B_S4 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 4
10 HDSL_TIP_B_S4 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 4
32 HDSL_RING_A_S5 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 5
7 HDSL_TIP_A_S5 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 5
33 HDSL_RING_B_S5 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 5
8 HDSL_TIP_B_S5 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 5
30 HDSL_RING_A_S6 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 6
5 HDSL_TIP_A_S6 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 6
31 HDSL_RING_B_S6 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 6
6 HDSL_TIP_B_S6 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 6
28 HDSL_RING_A_S7 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 7
3 HDSL_TIP_A_S7 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 7
29 HDSL_RING_B_S7 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 7
4 HDSL_TIP_B_S7 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 7
26 HDSL_RING_A_S8 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 8
1 HDSL_TIP_A_S8 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 8
27 HDSL_RING_B_S8 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 8
2 HDSL_TIP_B_S8 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 8
(a) No other pins are used.

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Table 4. EMS-830T Slots 9 - 16 HDSL Telco Connector Pinouts


(a)
Pin Signal Description
26 HDSL_RING_A_S9 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 9
1 HDSL_TIP_A_S9 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 9
27 HDSL_RING_B_S9 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 9
2 HDSL_TIP_B_S9 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 9
28 HDSL_RING_A_S10 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 10
3 HDSL_TIP_A_S10 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 10
29 HDSL_RING_B_S10 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 10
4 HDSL_TIP_B_S10 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 10
30 HDSL_RING_A_S11 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 11
5 HDSL_TIP_A_S11 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 11
31 HDSL_RING_B_S11 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 11
6 HDSL_TIP_B_S11 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 11
32 HDSL_RING_A_S12 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 12
7 HDSL_TIP_A_S12 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 12
33 HDSL_RING_B_S12 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 12
8 HDSL_TIP_B_S12 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 12
34 HDSL_RING_A_S13 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 13
9 HDSL_TIP_A_S13 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 13
35 HDSL_RING_B_S13 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 13
10 HDSL_TIP_B_S13 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 13
36 HDSL_RING_A_S14 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 14
11 HDSL_TIP_A_S14 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 14
37 HDSL_RING_B_S14 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 14
12 HDSL_TIP_B_S14 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 14
38 HDSL_RING_A_S15 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 15
13 HDSL_TIP_A_S15 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 15
39 HDSL_RING_B_S15 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 15
14 HDSL_TIP_B_S15 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 15
40 HDSL_RING_A_S16 HDSL Loop 1 (Ring) Slot 16
15 HDSL_TIP_A_S16 HDSL Loop 1 (Tip) Slot 16
41 HDSL_RING_B_S16 HDSL Loop 2 (Ring) Slot 16
16 HDSL_TIP_B_S16 HDSL Loop 2 (Tip) Slot 16
(a) No other pins are used.

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G.703 CONNECTORS
Connect the G.703 signal to the 75Ω In and Out BNC connectors for each populated slot.

Before disconnecting any cables that are attached to the HDSL connectors, be sure to
completely loosen the screws that secure the cable.

Make sure you set the jumper on the LTU or UTU to the 75Ω position before you install it. For
more information, see the documentation that came with the LTU or UTU.

See Figure 2 on page 2 for the location of the G.703 connectors. Table 5 below lists the 75Ω output connector
pinouts. Table 6 lists the 75Ω input connector pinouts.

Table 5. 75Ω G.703 Output Connector Pinouts

Pin Signal Description


Center E1_TTIP G.703 Output, Tip
Shield E1_TRING G.703 Output, Ring

Table 6. 75Ω G.703 Input Connector Pinouts

Pin Signal Description


Center E1_RTIP G.703 Input, Tip
Shield E1_RRING G.703 Input, Ring

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ALARM RELAY CIRCUITS


Connect alarm relay circuits to the shelf through the Alarm (D25F) connector. See Figure 2 on page 2 for the
location of the Alarm connector. Refer to Table 7 below for the Alarm connector pinouts.

Table 7. Alarm (D25F) Connector Pinouts

Pin Signal Description


1 CRIT_AUD_NC Critical Audible Relay, Normally Closed Contact
2 CRIT_AUD_COM Critical Audible Relay, Common Contact
3 CRIT_AUD_NO Critical Audible Relay, Normally Open Contact
4 CRIT_VIS_NC Critical Visual Relay, Normally Closed Contact
5 CRIT_VIS_COM Critical Visual Relay, Common Contact
6 CRIT_VIS_NO Critical Visual Relay, Normally Open Contact
7 MAJ_AUD_NC Major Audible Relay, Normally Closed Contact
8 MAJ_AUD_COM Major Audible Relay, Common Contact
9 MAJ_AUD_NO Major Audible Relay, Normally Open Contact
10 MAJ_VIS_NC Major Visual Relay, Normally Closed Contact
11 MAJ_VIS_COM Major Visual Relay, Common Contact
12 MAJ_VIS_NO Major Visual Relay, Normally Open Contact
13 GND Ground Relay
14 MIN_AUD_NC Minor Audible Relay, Normally Closed Contact
15 MIN_AUD_COM Minor Audible Relay, Common Contact
16 MIN_AUD_NO Minor Audible Relay, Normally Open Contact
17 MIN_VIS_NC Minor Visual Relay, Normally Closed Contact
18 MIN_VIS_COM Minor Visual Relay, Common Contact
19 MIN_VIS_NO Minor Visual Relay, Normally Open Contact
(a)
20 SYS_ID_NC System ID Relay, Normally Closed Contact
21 SYS_ID_COM System ID Relay, Common Contact (a)
22 SYS_ID_NO System ID Relay, Normally Open Contact (a)
23 ALM_CMN_ELU Bussed Major Alarm Relay, Common Contact From Each
Line Unit
24 ALM_NO_ELU Bussed Major Alarm Relay, Normally Open Contact From
Each Line Unit
25 EXT_ACO External Alarm Cut Off
(a) The system ID relay is activated when any alarm condition is present within the shelf (critical,
major, minor).

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NETWORK MANAGEMENT SERIAL INTERFACE


Connect the network management serial-line interface (if used) to the shelf through the D25F RS-485 connector.
See Figure 2 on page 2 for the location of the D25F RS-485 connector. Refer to Table 8 below for the RS-485
connector pinouts.

(a)
Table 8. RS-485 (D25F) Connector Pinouts (DTE)

(b) DTE
Pin Signal Description
Input/Output
2 SD_A Send Data Output
14 SD_B
3 RD_A Receive Data Input
16 RD_B
4 RTS_A Request to Send/Control Output
19 RTS_B
5 CTS_A Clear to Send Input
13 CTS_B
6 DSR_A Data Set Ready Input
22 DSR_B
7 GND Ground
8 RLSD_A Received Line Signal Input
10 RLSD_B Detect
17 RT_A Receive Timing Input
9 RT_B
24 TT_A Terminal Timing Output
11 TT_B
15 ST_A Send Timing Input
12 ST_B
20 DTR_A Data Terminal Ready Output
23 DTR_B
(a) The circuits driving this DB-25F (female) connector are designed
for DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) operation.
(b) No other pins are used.

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PRIMARY POWER
Connect DC power to the shelf through the five-position -48V DC power-terminal strip:
1 Use a flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the screw beneath the -48V connector labeled "A" (see Figure 3
below). Refer to Table 9 for the Power-terminal strip pinouts.
2 Insert the -48 Vdc cable from your primary -48 Vdc power supply, then tighten the screw you loosened in
step 1.
3 Use a flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the screw beneath the RTN connector labeled "A."
4 Insert the RTN cable from your primary -48 Vdc power supply, then tighten the screw you loosened in step 3.
5 Use a flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the screw beneath the Frame Ground.
6 Connect your isolated earth ground cable, then tighten the screw you loosened in step 5.

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Figure 3. Connecting Power Cables to the EMS-830T

Table 9. DC Power-Terminal Strip Pinouts

Pin Signal Description


1 -48V_A -48Vdc A
2 -48V_B -48Vdc B
3 -48V_RTN_A -48Vdc A Return
4 -48V_RTN_B -48Vdc B Return
5 CGND Chassis Ground

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BACKUP POWER
Connect backup DC power to the shelf through the five-position Power-terminal strip:
1 Use a flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the screw beneath the -48V connector labeled "B” (Figure 3 on
page 10).
2 Insert the -48 Vdc cable from your primary -48 Vdc power supply, then tighten the screw you loosened in
step 1.
3 Use a flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the screw beneath the RTN connector labeled "B."
4 Insert the RTN cable from your backup -48 Vdc power supply, then tighten the screw you loosened in step 3.

INSTALLING LTU OR UTU HDSL CARDS IN THE EMS-830T SHELF


Once you have the shelf correctly wired, you can install LTU or UTU HDSL cards:
1 Use a flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the two screws holding a slot faceplate in place, then remove the slot
faceplate (Figure 4).

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Figure 4. Removing a Slot Faceplate

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2 Align the HDSL card with the black guide lines on the top and bottom edges of the slot, then push the card
in until its front panel is flush with the front of the shelf (Figure 5).

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Figure 5. Installing an LTU or UTU HDSL Card

3 Tighten the two captive retaining screws on the front of the LTU or UTU HDSL card.

EMU cards are installed in the same manner as an LTU or UTU HDSL card. However, an
EMU card must be installed into the right most slot of the shelf (see Figure 1 on page 1).

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POWERING THE EMS-830T SHELF


The EMS-830T provides hot swapping capabilities, which allows LTU and UTU HDSL cards to be installed or
removed with the shelf power on or off. When power is first applied to an HDSL card, the following should occur:
• The HDSL card performs a self test.
• The front panel HDSL SYNC LEDs flash throughout the start-up process.

Refer to the appropriate technical practice for each installed LTU or UTU for information on how each line
unit should perform at power up.

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Specifications LTPE-UM-3157-01

SPECIFICATIONS
Physical
Material Steel
Finish Zinc plated
Capacity 16 HDSL cards and one Network Management Unit
Mounting 19-inch or 600mm rack
Dimensions
Width 430mm (16.9")
Depth 263mm (10.4")
Height 175mm (6.9")
Weight 7.7 kg (17 lbs.)
Connectors
HDSL Two 50-Pin Telco
G.703/G.704 32 BNC (unbalanced)
Alarm One D25F with relay contacts for six alarms
External clock One BNC (2.048 MHz per G.703, paragraph 10)
Network management 10Base-T, RS-485
DC power Five-position terminal block, dual-independent inputs.
HDSL card input voltage range is -36V to -72V
Environmental
Operating Temperature 0°C to 50°C
Operating Humidity Up to 95% non-condensing

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PRODUCT SUPPORT
ADC Customer Service Group provides expert pre-sales and post-sales support and training for all its products.
Technical support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by contacting the ADC Technical Assistance Center
at the number listed below.

Sales Assistance • Quotation Proposals


800.366.3891 ext. 73000 (USA and • Ordering and Delivery
Canada) or • General Product Information
952.917.3000
Fax: 952.917.3237
Systems Integration • Complete Solutions (from concept to
800.366.3891, ext. 73000 (USA and installation)
Canada) or • Network Design and Integration Testing
952.917.3000 • System Turn-Up and Testing
• Network Monitoring (upstream or downstream)
• Power Monitoring and Remote Surveillance
• Service/Maintenance Agreements
• Systems Operation
ADC Technical Assistance Center • Technical Information
800.366.3891, ext. 73223 or • System/Network Configuration
952.917.3223 • Product Specification and Application
Fax: 952.917.3244 • Training (product-specific)
Email: wsd_support@adc.com • Installation and Operation Assistance
• Troubleshooting and Repair/Field Assistance
Online Technical Support • www.adc.com/technical support

Online Technical Publications • www.adc.com/documentation library/technical


publications
Product Return Department • ADC Return Material Authorization (RMA)
800.366.3891 extension 73748 or number and instructions must be obtained
952.917.3748 before returning products.
Fax: 952.917.3237
Email: repair&return@adc.com
All 800 lines are toll-free in the USA and Canada.

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CERTIFICATION AND WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY
ADC DSL Systems, Incorporated (“ADC”) warrants that, for a period of sixty (60) months from the date of
shipment, the hardware portion of its products will be free of material defects and faulty workmanship under
normal use. ADC's obligation, under this warranty, is limited to replacing or repairing, at ADC's option, any such
hardware product which is returned during the 60-month warranty period per ADC's instructions and which
product is confirmed by ADC not to comply with the foregoing warranty.
ADC warrants that, for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase, the software furnished with its products will
operate substantially in accordance with the ADC published specifications and documentation for such software.
ADC’s entire liability for software that does not comply with the foregoing warranty and is reported to ADC
during the 90-day warranty period is, at ADC’s option, either (a) return of the price paid or (b) repair or replace
of the software. ADC also warrants that, for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of purchase, the media on
which software is stored will be free from material defects under normal use. ADC will replace defective media
at no charge if it is returned to ADC during the 30-day warranty period along with proof of the date of shipment.
The transportation charges for shipment of returned products to ADC will be prepaid by the Buyer. ADC will pay
transportation charges for shipment of replacement products to Buyer, unless no trouble is found (NTF), in which
case the Buyer will pay transportation charges.
ADC may use reconditioned parts for such repair or replacement. This warranty does not apply to any product
which has been repaired, worked upon, or altered by persons not authorized by ADC or in ADC's sole judgment
has been subjected to misuse, accident, fire or other casualty, or operation beyond its design range.
Repaired products have a 90-day warranty, or until the end of the original warranty period—whichever period is
greater.
ADC DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO ITS PRODUCTS AND ANY ACCOMPANYING WRITTEN MATERIALS.
FURTHER, ADC DOES NOT WARRANT THAT SOFTWARE WILL BE FREE FROM BUGS OR THAT ITS
USE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR REGARDING THE USE, OR THE RESULTS OF THE USE, OF THE
SOFTWARE IN TERMS OF CORRECTNESS, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY OR OTHERWISE.

MODIFICATIONS
Any changes or modifications made to these devices that are not expressly approved by ADC DSL Systems voids
the user's warranty.
All wiring external to the product should follow local wiring codes.
For technical assistance, refer to “Product Support” on page 15.
ADC DSL Systems, Inc.
14402 Franklin Avenue
Tustin, CA 92780-7013
Tel: 714.832.9922
Fax: 714.832.9924

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