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Installing Flexi System External OVP (FSES) onto a 3U


casing
Information on installing Flexi System External OVP (FSES) 472285A onto a 3U module casing
(082795A.204 or newer), or onto Flexi 3U Face Down Casing Pole & Wall (EMHD) 473583A.

Purpose

Figure: FSES interfaces

Note: Do not open the FSES. If opened, the warranty is void.

Note: The gland is tightened at the factory to the torque of 2.5 Nm (22.1 in-lb). Gland should not been loosen or tightened during
installation or maintenance.

Procedure

1 Make sure the 3U cable entries have been installed.

2 Install the FSES onto the top or the bottom of the module casing using two screws.

The distance between the RF Module and the FSES is limited by the length of the output power cable (180 cm (5.9 ft)) and its physical path.
Tighten the screws to 2.0 - 2.5 Nm (17.7 - 22.1 in-lb).
Alternatively, you can connect the cabling first and then install the FSES ready-cabled.
Select from the available options
• Install the FSES onto the top of the module casing.

Figure: Installing FSES on the top of the casing

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• Install the FSES onto the bottom of the module casing.

Note: When installing 3U casing outdoors, it is recommended to install FSES onto the bottom of the module
casing.

Figure: Installing FSES on the bottom of the casing

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3 Connect the pre-installed grounding cable (994815) to the plinth.

CAUTION! Risk of equipment damage.


Depending on cable routing, fix the DC power cable and grounding cable to the cable entry with a cable tie. It is recommended
that the DC power cable is routed down, which helps to avoid water ingress.

Tighten to 2.0 - 2.5 Nm (17.7 - 22.1 in-lb).

Figure: Connecting FSES grounding cable to plinth

4 Remove the FSES IP boot.

Figure: Removing FSES IP boot from the top and the bottom of the casing

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A - when installing FSES on the top of the casing.


B - when installing FSES on the bottom of the casing.

5 Strip the DC power cable and wrap tape around the exposed wires in order not to break the IP boot.

Note: For DC feeder cable details, see Feederless site and Distributed site solution requirements in the Nokia BTS Installation Site Requirements

1. Strip the DC cable about 10 cm (4 in.) and wrap tape around GND mesh and cable sheath neck.

Figure: Wrapping tape around shielded DC cable

2. Wrap some tape around the exposed wires in order not to break the IP boot.

Figure: Wrapping tape around DC cable

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3. Insert the taped end of the DC feeder cable into the IP boot.

Figure: Inserting DC power cable to IP boot

When using a thick cable, the narrow end of the IP boot can be removed using scissors. Cut in one go so that you get a clean cut surface. See the interactive
only one DC cable with a diameter of maximum 25 mm (0.98 in.) to the IP boot. The minimum cable diameter is 6 mm (0.24 in.).

NOTICE: The IP boot edge must be smooth. Ensure there are no cracks present in the edge, as it compromises boot IP protection.

Figure: DC terminal seal adapter

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For feeding DC power with two cables, there is a DC terminal seal cable adapter kit 8-11 (088618A) available in a box of ten adapters from the Hardware Ser
086390A at the 20-25 mm marking. The exact cutting point is shown in the picture below. Then insert the adapter inside the DC terminal seal.

Click the buttons to change cable dia

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4. Remove the extra tape from DC cable.

Note: Keep the tape around the GND mesh and cable sheath neck to protect IP boot from sharp edges.

Figure: Properly secured shielded DC cable (left) and non-shielded DC cable (right)

6 Connect the wires to the screw terminal. Tighten to 3.0 Nm (26.6 in-lb).

Pay attention to the markings (V48N (-), V48RTN (+) and GND) on the FSES lid to ensure correct polarity.
If you have a shielded DC cable, connect the shielding to the terminal marked with GND. Note that the FSES grounding cable must be
connected to the plinth.

Figure: Connecting DC feeder cable wires

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7 Fix the IP boot in place and fix the screw. Tighten to max. 2.0 Nm (17.7 in-lb).

Tip: Bend the IP boot to the side to make it easier to fix the screw.

Figure: Fixing IP boot screw

A - when installing FSES on the top of the casing.


B - when installing FSES on the bottom of the casing.

Note: On sites where birds or rodents are a concern, it is recommended that exposed cables and DC terminal seals are protected with conduit. Use an
standard conduit for that purpose. Make sure that the conduit is securely locked in position as close to the IP seals as possible. If you use optional Flexi
Covers (FMHA/FMTA), also protect any cabling coming out of the side cover kit with conduit. Figure: Example of conduit usage is an example and show
connected to the FSES EAC interface.

Figure: Example of conduit usage

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8 Fix the DC feeder cable to the cable entry with a cable tie.

To ensure the FSES DC feeder cable has proper strain relief, also fix the DC feeder cable firmly to the surrounding structure of the Flexi module, as close as possible t
input connection.

Figure: Fixing DC feeder cable to cable entry

A - when installing FSES on the top of the casing.


B - when installing FSES on the bottom of the casing.

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9 Depending on your cable routing, fix the DC power cable and grounding cable to the cable entry with a cable tie.

It is recommended that the DC power cable is routed down.

Note: The minimum bending radius for factory installed DC cable is 90 mm (3.5 in.).

Figure: Cable diameter 6.0 - 10.0 mm


Fixing DC power cable with cable tie
Cable diameter 10.1
No cutting need

Cable diameter 15.1 - 20.0 mm Cable diameter 20.1

! Use a single cut to ensure a clean cut surface.

10 If applicable, connect the alarm cable following the steps below.

Alarm output is Normally Open type.


An alarm cable is not included in the FSES delivery. Use an alarm cable that meets the following requirements:
• Minimum wire size: 0.5 mm2 (20 AWG).
• Maximum wire size: 2.5 mm2 (14 AWG).
• Round cable outer jacket diameter must be 8.3 +/- 0.5 mm (approximately 0.33 in.).
• For the maximum length, see the maximum distance between the System Module and RF Module in Feederless site and
Distributed site solution requirements in the Nokia BTS Installation Site Requirements document.
• Maximum current: 1.0 mA.

1. Remove the alarm port IP boot.

Figure: Removing alarm port IP boot

2. Remove the IP plug from the IP boot.

Figure: Removing IP plug

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3. Insert the alarm cable to the IP boot.

Figure: Inserting alarm cable to IP boot

4. Connect the wires to the N.O. (+) and Common (-) terminals.

Figure: Connecting alarm cable wires

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5. Fix the IP boot in place.

Figure: Fixing alarm cable IP boot

Note: On sites where birds or rodents are a concern, it is recommended that exposed cables and DC terminal seals
are protected with conduit. Use any suitable standard conduit for that purpose. Make sure that the conduit is
securely locked in position as close to the IP seals as possible. If you use optional Flexi Side Covers (FMHA/FMTA),
also protect any cabling coming out of the side cover kit with conduit.

Figure: Example of conduit usage

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6. Connect the other end of the alarm cable either to the EAC port on the System Module front panel or to Flexi System External
Alarm (FSEB). For RF Module and RRH external alarm interface connections, use pre-defined EAC cables. See chapter EAC
cables in Nokia BTS Cables and SFPs Description for a list of available cables.

11 Connect the ready-installed DC cable as required by your configuration:

• System Module (ESMB/C, FSMC/D/E) front panel: RF1/2/3 DC output port


• System Module (FSMF) with FPFD PDU: RF1/2/3/4 output port
• DC sourcing equipment (FPMA, FPRB or a commercial DC power source)
• System Module (FSMF) front panel DC input port (optional FPFD PDU not installed
• RF Module front panel or RRH: DC input port
Cut off and discard the DC connector of the pigtail cable when OVP is used with FPFD, FPMA, FPRB, commercial DC power system or RF
Modules and RRHs with DC terminal interfaces.
Make sure that the IP boot is installed properly on the System Module or RF Module front panel.

12 If applicable, install another FSES on top of the first one.

Repeat steps 3 to 11. Fix with four screws.


The maximum number of FSESs in a stack is two.

Figure: Two FSESs stacked

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