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ECI Telecom's standard limited warranty, stated in its sales contract or order confirmation form, is the only warranty offered by ECI Telecom.
No warranty is granted nor liability assumed in relation thereto, unless specifically undertaken in ECI Telecom's sales contract or order confirmation. Information contained in the documentation and in the disk is periodically updated, and changes will be incorporated in subsequent editions. If you have encountered an error, please notify ECI Telecom. All specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Therefore, you must treat the information contained in the documentation and disk as any other copyrighted material for example, a book or musical recording.
Other Restrictions. You may not rent, lease, sell, or otherwise dispose of the documentation and disk, as applicable. All trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective holders. Contents About This Manual A-1 Overview A-5 RS Connector A-6 Orderwire Connector A-7 V. A-8 Alarms Connector A Ethernet Interface Connectors A Rack Installation B-1 Installing Equipment Racks B-1 19" Rack Installation B-6 License Activation C-1 BG Licensing Scheme C-3 Activating Licenses C-4 Index A-3 Figure A AC input power connectors A-3 Figure A Ethernet connectors, pin identification A-6 Figure A RS overhead cable A-6 Figure A RS overhead cable label A-7 Figure A OW connector, pin identification A-7 Figure A V.
A-8 Figure A Alarms connector, pin identification A Figure A pin D-type male connector, pin identification A Figure A 9-pin D-type male connector, pin identification A Figure A M34 female connector, pin identification B-3 Figure B Mounting diagrams for 19" and 23" racks B-4 Figure B Rack mounting diagram for attachment to suspended overhead tray mm rack A-2 Table A Ethernet connector, pin assignment A-5 Table A RS connectors, pin assignment A-7 Table A OW connector, pin assignment A-8 Table A V.
A-8 Table A Alarms connector, pin assignment A Table A E1 connector lower , pin assignment A Table A E1 connector upper , pin assignment Intended Audience The BG IOMM is intended for installation and other qualified service personnel responsible for installing the platform and its accessories.
CAUTION: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or loss of information. Avoid exposure and do not stare into open apertures to avoid permanent eye damage. ESD: Text set off in this manner indicates information on how to avoid discharge of static electricity and subsequent damage to the unit. TIP: Text set off in this manner includes helpful information and handy hints that can make your task easier..
Related Documentation The following publications may be of assistance to you in the installation and commissioning processes. Some of these documents present information supplied in this installation manual in greater or lesser detail. Documentation Department 30 Hasivim St.
Due to the different nature of each installation, some planning aspects may not be covered in this manual. If you have questions or concerns about your network design or if you require installation personnel to perform the actual installation process, ECI Telecom maintains a staff of design engineers and highly trained field service personnel. The services of this group are available to customers at any time. With any support related issues, technical or logistic, please contact the ECI Telecom Customer Support center at your location.
Due to its extended operating temperature range, it is also most suitable for harsh environmental conditions. The following table lists the modules supported in V5 that can be configured in each slot in the BGB. For unbalanced E1 interfaces, an external balancedtounbalanced conversion unit, the xDDF, should be used. The following table lists the modules supported in V5 that can be configured in each slot in the BGE. Consult your site installation plans for specific details. Table Typical BG equipment installation sequence No.
Task Reference 1 Prepare the installation site and check the Before You Start on page physical location, environmental compliance, and availability of power sources. For unbalanced E1s, the xDDF patch panel must be configured, which provides conversion between balanced and unbalanced E1s for 21 x E1.
Before you start: Choose the physical location of the BG shelves, taking the following aspects into consideration: 1. Equipment dimensions see the following table. Required floor loading capability: kg for a typical eight-shelf installation. Routing requirements for grounding, power, alarm monitoring, and management cables, and optical fibers. When a network management station, for example, the EMS-BGF, is installed on the site, consider the method of connection to the local network management station and the maximum allowed distance.
The nominal supply voltage is VDC positive-lead grounded. For redundancy, two separate DC power sources should be available. BG shelves can also be powered directly from standard AC power outlets. Since traffic cables can be prepared on site, suitable tool kits should be available.
They include tools for the assembly of coaxial cables see the list of recommended tools in the following table and tools for the preparation of optical patch cords. Table Recommended coaxial cable assembly tools No. The RAP fully supports up to four shelves with dual power feeding or eight shelves with single power feeding. In addition to the space needed for RAP installation, you must leave at least 50 mm of free space under the RAP for cable routing.
Each FST contains two storage reels, enabling the fiber to be stored on the right or left side of the tray. An external box that adds an orderwire interface and functionality to the BG It can be installed on either the left or the right rail of the rack. It should be installed in the most suitable place for convenient operation.
Each xDDF can support 21 channels of E1. The xDDF can be installed anywhere on the same rack on which the BG shelf is installed, or on another rack. ICPs can be installed anywhere on the same rack on which the BG shelf is installed, or on another rack.
Additional equipment may be installed in the remaining rack space, provided that any heat generated by additional equipment can be efficiently dissipated, and thermal isolation is provided between the various equipment units installed in the same rack. The necessary cables can be ordered from ECI Telecom. In the following sections, you will find information about the cables, as well as information to enable the preparation of cables on site, where relevant.
For further details about the equipment connector types and cable wiring, see Connection Data on page A Components must also comply with any applicable national and local safety codes and regulations.
Only qualified trained personnel may be involved in the preparation of the various cable types. Personnel must use only approved procedures, in accordance with the applicable workmanship practice.
Grounding is provided by contact when the unit is fastened to the rack.
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