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APM30H V100R004C02

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Contents
About This Document.....................................................................................................................1 1 Safety Information.....................................................................................................................1-1
1.1 Safety Precautions...........................................................................................................................................1-1 1.2 Electricity Safety.............................................................................................................................................1-3 1.3 Inflammable Environment...............................................................................................................................1-5 1.4 Battery.............................................................................................................................................................1-5 1.5 Radiation.........................................................................................................................................................1-7 1.6 Working at Heights.........................................................................................................................................1-9 1.7 Mechanical Safety.........................................................................................................................................1-11 1.8 Requirements for Other Transmission Equipment........................................................................................1-12

2 Overview of the APM30H........................................................................................................2-1


2.1 Functions of the APM30H..............................................................................................................................2-2 2.2 Applications of the APM30H..........................................................................................................................2-5 2.3 Technical Specifications of the APM30H.......................................................................................................2-8 2.3.1 Electrical Specifications of the APM30H..............................................................................................2-8 2.3.2 Engineering Specifications of the APM30H........................................................................................2-11 2.3.3 Surge Protection Specifications of the APM30H.................................................................................2-14 2.3.4 Environmental Requirements of the APM30H....................................................................................2-15

3 APM30H.......................................................................................................................................3-1
3.1 Appearance of the APM30H...........................................................................................................................3-2 3.2 Structure of the APM30H...............................................................................................................................3-2 3.3 APM30H Components....................................................................................................................................3-4 3.3.1 HEUA.....................................................................................................................................................3-4 3.3.2 HPMI......................................................................................................................................................3-6 3.3.3 PDU........................................................................................................................................................3-7 3.3.4 Power System (AC/DC).......................................................................................................................3-10 3.3.5 Core of the Heat Exchanger.................................................................................................................3-19 3.3.6 Fan........................................................................................................................................................3-19 3.3.7 Heater...................................................................................................................................................3-21

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4.3 IBBS200T Components..................................................................................................................................4-3 4.3.1 TEC Cooler............................................................................................................................................4-4 4.3.2 Junction Box...........................................................................................................................................4-5 4.3.3 Signal Transfer Terminals......................................................................................................................4-6 4.3.4 Battery....................................................................................................................................................4-7

5 TMC11H.......................................................................................................................................5-1
5.1 Appearance of the TMC11H...........................................................................................................................5-2 5.2 Structure of the TMC11H...............................................................................................................................5-2 5.3 TMC11H Components....................................................................................................................................5-3 5.3.1 DCDU-03...............................................................................................................................................5-3 5.3.2 HEUA.....................................................................................................................................................5-6

6 Installing the Hardware of the APM30H...............................................................................6-1


6.1 Information Related to the APM30H Installation...........................................................................................6-2 6.1.1 Installation Modes of the APM30H.......................................................................................................6-2 6.1.2 Space Requirements of the APM30H....................................................................................................6-2 6.2 Installing the APM30H Cabinet......................................................................................................................6-4 6.2.1 Installing the APM30H Cabinet on the Concrete Floor.........................................................................6-5 6.2.2 Stacking the APM30H on the IBBS200T............................................................................................6-10 6.3 Installing the APM30H Components............................................................................................................6-13 6.3.1 Installing the APM30H Components...................................................................................................6-13 6.3.2 Installing the Batteries in the IBBS200T.............................................................................................6-17 6.4 Installing the APM30H Cables.....................................................................................................................6-19 6.4.1 Installing the APM30H Cables............................................................................................................6-19 6.4.2 Installing the IBBS200T Cables...........................................................................................................6-23 6.5 Sealing the Cable Holes................................................................................................................................6-29 6.6 Checking the Power-On Status of the APM30H...........................................................................................6-30 6.7 Checklist for the APM30H Hardware Installation........................................................................................6-31

7 Maintaining the APM30H Hardware.....................................................................................7-1


7.1 Routine Maintenance.......................................................................................................................................7-2 7.2 Replacing the PMU in the APM30H...............................................................................................................7-2 7.3 Replacing s PSU in the APM30H...................................................................................................................7-4 7.4 Replacing the Batteries in the IBBS200T.......................................................................................................7-5 7.5 Replacing a Fan...............................................................................................................................................7-6 7.6 Replacing the PDU..........................................................................................................................................7-9 7.7 Replacing a Surge Protector of the APM30H...............................................................................................7-10 7.8 Replacing the Door Status Sensor ................................................................................................................7-12 7.9 Replacing the HEUA.....................................................................................................................................7-13 7.10 Replacing the HPMI....................................................................................................................................7-14

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Figure 1-1 Wearing an ESD wrist strap...............................................................................................................1-5 Figure 1-2 Lifting Weights.................................................................................................................................1-10 Figure 1-3 Slant angle........................................................................................................................................1-10 Figure 1-4 One meter higher than the eave........................................................................................................1-11 Figure 2-1 APM30H (connected to the IBBS200T) working with a distributed base station.............................2-6 Figure 2-2 APM30H working with the 3-RFU RF cabinet..................................................................................2-7 Figure 2-3 APM30H working with the 6-RFU RF cabinet..................................................................................2-8 Figure 3-1 APM30H.............................................................................................................................................3-2 Figure 3-2 Internal structure of the APM30H......................................................................................................3-3 Figure 3-3 Cable holes of the APM30H...............................................................................................................3-3 Figure 3-4 HEUA.................................................................................................................................................3-4 Figure 3-5 Ports on the HEUA.............................................................................................................................3-5 Figure 3-6 HPMI..................................................................................................................................................3-6 Figure 3-7 Ports on the panel of the HPMI..........................................................................................................3-6 Figure 3-8 Ports on the PDU................................................................................................................................3-9 Figure 3-9 PMU..................................................................................................................................................3-11 Figure 3-10 Ports on the front panel of the PMU...............................................................................................3-12 Figure 3-11 Backplane of the PMU...................................................................................................................3-13 Figure 3-12 Right panel of the PMU..................................................................................................................3-15 Figure 3-13 Panel of the PSU (AC/DC).............................................................................................................3-16 Figure 3-14 Power subrack.................................................................................................................................3-18 Figure 3-15 Core of the heat exchanger.............................................................................................................3-19 Figure 3-16 Fan..................................................................................................................................................3-20 Figure 3-17 Heater..............................................................................................................................................3-21 Figure 4-1 IBBS200T...........................................................................................................................................4-2 Figure 4-2 Internal structure of the IBBS200T....................................................................................................4-3 Figure 4-3 TEC cooler..........................................................................................................................................4-4 Figure 4-4 Junction box........................................................................................................................................4-5 Figure 4-5 Internal structure of the junction box..................................................................................................4-6 Figure 4-6 Signal transfer terminals.....................................................................................................................4-7 Figure 4-7 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APM30H User Guide Figure 5-3 DCDU-03............................................................................................................................................5-4 Figure 5-4 Ports on the panel of the DCDU-03....................................................................................................5-5 Figure 5-5 HEUA.................................................................................................................................................5-7

Figure 5-6 Ports on the HEUA.............................................................................................................................5-7 Figure 6-1 Installation modes of the APM30H....................................................................................................6-2 Figure 6-2 Space requirements of a single APM30H (unit: mm)........................................................................ 6-3 Figure 6-3 Space requirements of the combined APM30H and IBBS200T (unit: mm)......................................6-3 Figure 6-4 Space requirements of the combined APM30H and IBBS200T (unit: mm)......................................6-4 Figure 6-5 Recommended dimensions of the concrete base................................................................................6-4 Figure 6-6 Determining the installation position (unit: mm)...............................................................................6-5 Figure 6-7 Installing the expansion bolt assembly...............................................................................................6-6 Figure 6-8 Securing the base................................................................................................................................6-6 Figure 6-9 Removing the rubber caps from the holes at the bottom of the APM30H.........................................6-7 Figure 6-10 Installing a lifting eye.......................................................................................................................6-8 Figure 6-11 Securing the APM30H......................................................................................................................6-9 Figure 6-12 Removing the lifting eyes.................................................................................................................6-9 Figure 6-13 Installing the IBBS200T.................................................................................................................6-10 Figure 6-14 Removing the rubber caps from the top of the IBBS200T.............................................................6-11 Figure 6-15 Removing the cover plate from the IBBS200T..............................................................................6-11 Figure 6-16 Installing the cover plate for leading out the cables on the IBBS200T..........................................6-12 Figure 6-17 Removing the rubber caps from the holes at the bottom of the APM30H.....................................6-12 Figure 6-18 Stacking the APM30H on the IBBS200T.......................................................................................6-13 Figure 6-19 Setting the DIP switch on the PMU................................................................................................6-14 Figure 6-20 Loosening the handle......................................................................................................................6-15 Figure 6-21 Installing the PMU/PSU.................................................................................................................6-15 Figure 6-22 Position for installing the user equipment......................................................................................6-16 Figure 6-23 Removing the screws from the columns.........................................................................................6-16 Figure 6-24 Installing the user equipment..........................................................................................................6-17 Figure 6-25 Battery MCB under the PMU.........................................................................................................6-18 Figure 6-26 Connecting the batteries in series...................................................................................................6-19 Figure 6-27 Installing the APM30H PGND cable.............................................................................................6-20 Figure 6-28 Different cable connections of different AC input power modes...................................................6-21 Figure 6-29 AC wiring terminals.......................................................................................................................6-21 Figure 6-30 Removing the short-circuiting strip................................................................................................6-22 Figure 6-31 Installing the AC input power cable...............................................................................................6-23 Figure 6-32 Installing the IBBS200T equipotential cable..................................................................................6-24 Figure 6-33 Removing the cover of the junction box........................................................................................6-25 Figure 6-34 Installing the battery power cable...................................................................................................6-26 Figure 6-35 Installing the TEC cooler power cable...........................................................................................6-27 Figure 6-36 IBBS200T signal cable...................................................................................................................6-28 Figure 6-37 Installing the IBBS200T signal cable.............................................................................................6-29 Figure 6-38 Sealing the cable holes from inside of the cabinet.........................................................................6-30 iv Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd Issue 01 (2008-10-08)

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Figure 7-1 Removing the PMU............................................................................................................................7-3 Figure 7-2 Installing the PMU..............................................................................................................................7-3 Figure 7-3 Removing the PSU.............................................................................................................................7-4 Figure 7-4 Installing a new PSU..........................................................................................................................7-5 Figure 7-5 Disconnecting the cable of the fan......................................................................................................7-7 Figure 7-6 Removing the cover plate from the fan..............................................................................................7-8 Figure 7-7 Removing the side pallet of the fan....................................................................................................7-9 Figure 7-8 AC and DC surge protectors in the PDU..........................................................................................7-11 Figure 7-9 Removing the cover of the door status sensor..................................................................................7-12 Figure 7-10 Removing the cover plate of the fan...............................................................................................7-13 Figure 7-11 Removing the HEUA......................................................................................................................7-14 Figure 7-12 Removing the cover plate of the fan...............................................................................................7-15 Figure 7-13 Removing the HPMI.......................................................................................................................7-15

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Tables

Tables
Table 2-1 Functions of the APM30H...................................................................................................................2-2 Table 2-2 DC power distribution functions of the APM30H...............................................................................2-3 Table 2-3 Functions of the TMC11H...................................................................................................................2-4 Table 2-4 Electrical specifications of the APM30H.............................................................................................2-9 Table 2-5 Electrical specifications of the TMC11H...........................................................................................2-11 Table 2-6 Engineering specifications of the APM30H......................................................................................2-12 Table 2-7 Engineering specifications of the IBBS200T.....................................................................................2-13 Table 2-8 Engineering specifications of the TMC11H......................................................................................2-14 Table 2-9 Surge protection specifications of the APM30H...............................................................................2-15 Table 2-10 Surge protection specifications of the TMC11H.............................................................................2-15 Table 2-11 Environmental requirements of the APM30H.................................................................................2-16 Table 3-1 Ports on the HEUA...............................................................................................................................3-5 Table 3-2 Ports on the panel of the HPMI............................................................................................................3-7 Table 3-3 Types of PDU.......................................................................................................................................3-8 Table 3-4 Ports on the PDU..................................................................................................................................3-9 Table 3-5 DC power distribution function of the PDU applied to the distributed base station..........................3-10 Table 3-6 DC power distribution function of the PDU applied to the separated base station............................3-10 Table 3-7 Ports on the PMU...............................................................................................................................3-13 Table 3-8 LEDs on the panel of the PMU..........................................................................................................3-14 Table 3-9 Settings of the DIP switch..................................................................................................................3-15 Table 3-10 LEDs on the panel of the PSU (AC/DC).........................................................................................3-17 Table 3-11 Ports on the power subrack..............................................................................................................3-18 Table 3-12 Technical specifications of the fan...................................................................................................3-20 Table 4-1 Technical specifications of a single battery.........................................................................................4-8 Table 5-1 Engineering specifications of the DCDU-03.......................................................................................5-4 Table 5-2 DC power distribution functions of the DCDU-03..............................................................................5-4 Table 5-3 Ports on the panel of the DCDU-03.....................................................................................................5-6 Table 5-4 Ports on the HEUA...............................................................................................................................5-7 Table 6-1 Pin assignment for the wires of the IBBS200T signal cable..............................................................6-28 Table 6-2 Check items for the APM30H cabinet installation............................................................................6-31 Table 6-3 Check items for the APM30H electrical connections........................................................................6-32 Table 6-4 Check items for the installation environment....................................................................................6-33 Table 7-1 Routine maintenance items..................................................................................................................7-2 Issue 01 (2008-10-08) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd vii

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About This Document

Purpose
This document introduces the APM30H in terms of the product, components, installation, and maintenance. The APM30H products are the APM30H, IBBS200T, and TMC11H. The APM30H is the Advanced Power Module (with Heat-exchanger cooling). The IBBS200T is the Integrated Battery Backup System (with TEC cooling). The TMC11H is the Transmission Cabinet (11 U, with Heat-exchanger cooling).

Product Version
The following table lists the product version related to this document. Product Name APM30H Product Version V100R004C02

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:
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Field engineers Base station installers System engineers

Change History
No change history is provided in this document.

Organization
1 Safety Information 2 Overview of the APM30H The APM30H series products are the APM30H, IBBS200T, and TMC11H.
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3 APM30H This describes the APM30H in terms of its appearance, structure, and components. 4 IBBS200T This describes the IBBS200T in terms of its appearance, structure, and components. 5 TMC11H This describes the TMC11H in terms of its appearance, structure, and components. 6 Installing the Hardware of the APM30H Before installing the hardware of the APM30H, you should familiarize yourself with the information about the APM30H installation. The procedures for installing the hardware of the APM30H involve installing the APM30H, installing the APM30H components, installing the APM30H cables, sealing the cable holes, powering on the APM30H, and checking the APM30H hardware installation. 7 Maintaining the APM30H Hardware This describes how to maintain the APM30H hardware, which are the PMU, PSUs, batteries, fans, core of the heat exchanger, PDU, AC surge protector, door status sensor, HEUA, and HPMI.

Conventions
1. Symbol Conventions The following symbols may be found in this document. They are defined as follows Symbol Description Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could cause equipment damage, data loss, and performance degradation, or unexpected results. Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save your time. Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

DANGER

WARNING

CAUTION
TIP

NOTE

2. General Conventions Convention Times New Roman


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Description Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman.


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Convention Boldface Italic Courier New 3. Command Conventions Convention Boldface Italic [] {x | y | ...} [ x | y | ... ] { x | y | ... } * [ x | y | ... ] *

Description Names of files,directories,folders,and users are in boldface. For example,log in as user root . Book titles are in italics. Terminal display is in Courier New.

Description The keywords of a command line are in boldface. Command arguments are in italic. Items (keywords or arguments) in square brackets [ ] are optional. Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars.One is selected. Optional alternative items are grouped in square brackets and separated by vertical bars.One or none is selected. Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars.A minimum of one or a maximum of all can be selected. Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars.A minimum of zero or a maximum of all can be selected.

4. GUI Conventions Convention Boldface > Description Buttons,menus,parameters,tabs,window,and dialog titles are in boldface. For example,click OK. Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">" signs. For example,choose File > Create > Folder .

5. Keyboard Operation Convention Key Key1+Key2 Key1,Key2 Description Press the key.For example,press Enter and press Tab. Press the keys concurrently.For example,pressing Ctrl+Alt+A means the three keys should be pressed concurrently. Press the keys in turn.For example,pressing Alt,A means the two keys should be pressed in turn.
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6. Mouse Operation Action Click Double-click Drag Description Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the pointer. Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer. Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer to a certain position.

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Following All Safety Precautions

Safety Information

This describes the safety precautions that you should take before installing, operating, and maintaining Huawei equipment. Read and follow these safety precautions before installing, operating, and maintaining Huawei devices.

When installing, operating, and maintaining the devices, follow all instructions and precautions on the equipment and in this document for the sake of personal and equipment safety.The Danger, Caution, and Note items in the package of documents do not cover all the safety precautions that must be followed. They only provide the generic safety precautions for operations.

Symbols

DANGER
The symbol indicates that a casualty or serious accident may occur if you ignore the safety instruction.

CAUTION
The symbol indicates that a serious or major injury may occur if you ignore the safety instruction.
NOTE

This symbol indicates that taking the safety instruction facilitates operation.

Complying with the Local Safety Regulations


When operating the device, comply with the local safety regulations. The safety precautions provided in the documents are supplementary. You must comply with the local safety regulations.
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General Installation Requirements


The personnel in charge of installation and maintenance must be trained and master the correct operating methods and safety precautions before beginning work. The rules for installing and maintaining the device are as follows:
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Only the trained and qualified personnel can install, operate and maintain the device. Only the qualified specialists are allowed to remove the safety facilities, and repair the device. Any replacement of the device or part of the device (including the software) or any change made to the device must be performed by qualified or authorized personnel of Huawei. Any fault or error that might cause safety problems must be reported immediately to the personnel in charge.

Grounding Requirements
The following requirements are applicable to the device to be grounded:
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Ground the device before installation and remove the ground cable after uninstallation. Do not damage the ground conductor. Do not operate the device in the absence of a ground conductor. The unit (or system) must be permanently connected to the protection ground before operation. Check the electrical connection of the device before operation and ensure that the device is reliably grounded.

Safety of Personnel
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When lightning strikes, do not operate the device and cables. When lightning strikes, unplug the AC power connector. Do not use the fixed terminal or touch the terminal or antenna connector.
NOTE

The previous two requirements are suitable for the wireless fixed terminal.
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To prevent electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telecommunication network voltage (TNV) circuits. To prevent laser radiation from injuring your eyes, never look into the optical fiber outlet with unaided eyes. To prevent electric shock and burns, wear the electrostatic discharge (ESD) clothing, gloves and wrist strap, and remove conductors such as jewelry and watch before operation. When there is a fire, evacuate the building or the equipment area and press the fire alarm bell, or call the firehouse for help. Never enter a building in a fire again.

Device Safety
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Before operation, the device must be secured on the floor or other fixed objects, such as the walls and the mounting racks. Do not block ventilation openings while the system is running. When installing the panel, tighten the screw with the tool.
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After installing the equipment, clear the wrapper and packing material out of the equipment area.

1.2 Electricity Safety


High Voltage

DANGER
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The high voltage power supply provides power for running the system. Direct contact with the high voltage power supply or contact through damp objects may result in fatal danger. Non-standard and improper high voltage operations may result in fire and electric shock. The personnel who install the AC facility must be qualified to perform operations on high voltage and AC power supply facilities. When installing the AC power supply facility, follow the local safety regulations. When operating the AC power supply facility, follow the local safety regulations. When operating the high voltage and AC power supply facilities, use the specific tools instead of common tools. When the operation is performed in a damp environment, ensure that water is kept off the device. If the cabinet is damp or wet, shut down the power supply immediately.

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Thunderstorm
The following requirements are suitable only for the wireless base station or the device with an antenna or GPS antenna.

DANGER
In a thunderstorm, do not perform operations on high voltage and AC power supply facilities or on a steel tower and mast.

High Electrical Leakage

CAUTION
Ground the device before powering on the device. Otherwise, the personnel and device are in danger. If the "high electrical leakage" flag is stuck to the power terminal of the device, you must ground the device before powering it on.
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Power Cable

CAUTION
Do not install and remove the power cable with a live line. Transient contact between the core of the power cable and the conductor may generate electric arc or spark, which may cause fire or eye injury.
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Before installing or removing the power cable, turn off the power switch. Before connecting the power cable, ensure that the power cable and label comply with the requirements of the actual installation.

Fuse

CAUTION
To ensure that the system runs safely, when a fuse blows, replace it with a fuse of the same type and specifications.

Electrostatic Discharge

CAUTION
The static electricity generated by the human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the circuit board, such as the large-scale integrated circuit (LSI).
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The human body generates a static electromagnetic field in the following situations: movement of body parts, clothes friction, friction between shoes and the ground, and holding plastic in hand. The static electromagnetic field will remain within the human body for a long time. Before contacting the device, plug boards, circuit boards, and application specific integrated circuits (ASICs), wear a grounded ESD wrist strap. It can prevent the sensitive components from being damaged by the static electricity in the human body.

Figure 1-1 shows how to wear an ESD wrist strap.

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Figure 1-1 Wearing an ESD wrist strap

1.3 Inflammable Environment


DANGER
Do not place the device in the environment that has inflammable and explosive air or fog. Do not perform any operation in this environment. Any operation of the electrical device in the inflammable environment causes danger.

1.4 Battery
Battery

DANGER
Before handling the storage battery, read the safety precautions for the handling and connection of the storage battery.
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Incorrect operation of storage batteries may cause danger. During operation, prevent the batteries from short-circuit and prevent the electrolyte from overflowing and leakage. Electrolyte overflow may damage the device. It will corrode the metal parts and the circuit boards, and ultimately damage the device and cause short-circuit of the circuit boards.
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The storage battery is of high electricity capacity. Incorrect operation may cause shortcircuit and injure the personnel.

General Operations
Before installing and maintaining the storage battery, ensure the following:
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Use special insulation tools. Use eye protection devices and operate with care. Wear rubber gloves and an apron in case of an electrolyte overflow. Always keep the battery upright when moving. Do not place the battery upside down or tilt it. Always keep the charging power source OFF during any operation and maintenance.

Short-Circuit

DANGER
Short-circuit of the battery may cause injury. Although the voltage of a battery is low, high transient current generated by short-circuit will release a surge of power. Keep metal objects away from the battery to prevent short circuit. If they have to be used, disconnect the battery in use before performing any other operation.

Harmful Gas

CAUTION
Do not use unsealed lead-acid storage batteries, because the gas emitted from it may result in fire or device corrosion. Lay the storage battery horizontally and fix it properly. The lead-acid storage battery in use will emit flammable gas. Therefore, store it in a place with good ventilation and take precautions against fire.

High Temperature

CAUTION
High temperature may result in distortion, damage, and electrolyte overflow of the battery. When the temperature of the battery exceeds 60, check whether there is acid overflow. If acid overflow occurs, handle the acid immediately.
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Acid

CAUTION
If the acid overflows, it should be absorbed and neutralized immediately. When handling a leaky battery, protect against the possible damage caused by the acid. Use the following materials to absorb and neutralize acid spills:
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NaHCO3 Na2CO3

Antacids must be used according to the instructions provided by the battery manufacturer. If the acid contact the human body, wash it immediately. If the injury is very serious, send the injured person to the hospital after washing.

Lithium Battery

DANGER
There is danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced.
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Replace the lithium battery with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of the used battery according to the instructions provided by the manufacturer. Do not dispose of the lithium battery in fire.

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1.5 Radiation
Electromagnetic Field Exposure

CAUTION
High power radio-frequency signals are harmful to human body. Before installing or maintaining an antenna on a steel tower or mast with a large number of transmitter antennas, the operator should coordinate with all parties to ensure that the transmitter antennas are shut down. The base transceiver station (BTS) has RF radiation (radiation hazard). Suggestions for the installation and operation of BTSs are given in the following section. Comply with the local regulations when installing the BTS.
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Forbidden Area
Comply with the following requirements:
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The antenna should be located in an area that is inaccessible to the public where the RF radiation exceeds the stipulated value. Before entering the area where RF radiation exceeds the stipulated value, the staff should know the location of the area and shut down the transmitters. Such an area may not exist; but if it exists, the area must be within a range of less than 10 m around the antennas. Each forbidden area should be indicated by a physical barrier and striking sign to warn the public or staff.

Laser

CAUTION
When handling optical fibers, do not stand close to, or look into the optical fiber outlet with unaided eyes. Laser transceivers or transmitters are used in the optical transmission system and associated test tools. Because the laser that is transmitted through the optical fiber produces a small beam of light, it has a very high power density and is invisible to human eyes. If a beam of light enters the eye, the retina may be damaged. Normally, staring into the end of an unterminated optical fiber or broken optical fiber with the unaided eyes from a distance of more than 150 mm [5.91 in.] will not cause eye injury. Eyes may, however, be damaged if an optical tool such as a microscope, magnifying glass or eye loupe is used to stare into the bare optical fiber end. Read the following guidelines to prevent laser radiation:
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1.6 Working at Heights


CAUTION
When working at heights, ensure that the objects do not fall. When working at heights, ensure that the following requirements must be met:
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CAUTION
Do not access the areas under the arm of the crane and the goods in suspension when lifting weights.
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Figure 1-2 Lifting Weights

Safety Guide on Ladder Use


Checking the ladder
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Check the ladder before using it. Check the maximum weight that the ladder can support. Never overload the ladder.

Placing the ladder The slant angle is preferred to be 75. The slant can be measured with the angle square or with arms, as shown in Figure 1-3. When using the ladder, place the wider end of the ladder on the ground or take protective measures against ladder skidding. Place the ladder on a stable ground. Figure 1-3 Slant angle

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If you tend to climb to the roof, the length of the ladder should be at least one meter higher than the eave, as shown in Figure 1-4. Figure 1-4 One meter higher than the eave

1.7 Mechanical Safety


Drilling

CAUTION
Do not drill on the cabinet without permission. Inappropriate drilling on the cabinet may damage the electromagnetic shielding and internal cables. Metal shavings from the drilling may result in a short-circuit of the circuit board if they get into the cabinet.
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Handling Sharp Objects

CAUTION
When carrying the device by hand, wear the protective gloves to prevent injury by sharp objects.

Paying Attention to the Fans


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Moving Heavy Objects


Wear the protective gloves when moving heavy objects.

CAUTION
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1.8 Requirements for Other Transmission Equipment


Inserting and Removing a Board

CAUTION
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When holding a board in hand, do not touch the board circuit, components, connectors, or connection slots.

Bundling Signal Cables

CAUTION
Bundle the signal cables separately from the strong current cables or high voltage cables.

Cabling Requirements
At a very low temperature, movement of the cable may damage the plastic skin of the cable. To ensure the construction safety, comply with the following requirements:
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Overview of the APM30H

The APM30H series products are the APM30H, IBBS200T, and TMC11H. 2.1 Functions of the APM30H The APM30H provides an auxiliary solution to the outdoor applications of Huawei wireless products. It supplies DC power and backup power to the distributed or separated base station in outdoor scenarios. It can also provide space for installing the BBU and transmission devices outdoors. 2.2 Applications of the APM30H The APM30H can work with the distributed or separated base stations, meeting the requirements in different scenarios. 2.3 Technical Specifications of the APM30H The technical specifications of the APM30H consist of the electrical specifications, engineering specifications, surge protection specifications, and specifications concerning the environmental requirements.

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2.1 Functions of the APM30H


The APM30H provides an auxiliary solution to the outdoor applications of Huawei wireless products. It supplies DC power and backup power to the distributed or separated base station in outdoor scenarios. It can also provide space for installing the BBU and transmission devices outdoors.

Functions of the APM30H


Table 2-1 describes the functions of the APM30H. Table 2-1 Functions of the APM30H Item Providing space for user equipment Providing backup power Providing built-in PSUs Providing a built-in PMU Description 7U A maximum of 48 V 184 Ah power when connected to the external IBBS200T
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The PSU converts the input AC mains into -48 V DC power. The PSU is hot-swappable. The PMU manages the PSUs and charge and discharge of the batteries. The PMU provides RS485 communication ports and dry contact alarm ports for remote and unmanned monitoring. The PMU supports the battery low voltage disconnect (BLVD) and load low voltage disconnect (LLVD) functions. The PMU is hot-swappable.

Distributing AC power

With the built-in AC/DC power system, the APM30H supports single-phase 220 V, dual-live-wire 110 V, and three-phase 220 V AC inputs, and provides two AC outputs. For details, see Table 2-2. There are surge protection module for the AC/DC power supply ports, and surge protection circuit designed for the dry contact alarm ports and communication ports. In this way, reliable surge protection and inductive lightning protection are provided for the APM30H. The grounding bus of the cabinet, surge protector, and other devices are all connected to the grounding busbar of the cabinet. The APM30H dissipates the heat by using the core of the heat exchanger and outer and inner air circulation fans, enabling excellent heat dissipation.

Distributing DC power Providing surge protection for the power supply and signal ports Supporting the grounding Dissipating heat

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Item Adapting to the environment

Description The APM30H is dustproof and can be used in adverse air conditions. In addition, it can be used with the diesel generator, well adapting to different environments.

Table 2-2 describes the DC power distribution functions of the APM30H. Table 2-2 DC power distribution functions of the APM30H Appli cation Scenar io Distrib uted base station DC Outpu t Six LLVD outputs DC Power Supply to... RRU DC Output Termin al LOAD4 to LOAD9 MCB Specific ation 20 A MCB Quantit y Remarks 6 Six 20 A MCBs control six DC outputs respectively to supply power to six RRUs. One 12 A MCB controls one DC output to supply power to the BBU. One 12 A MCB controls one DC output to supply power to the fans. Two 4 A MCBs control two DC outputs to supply power to the transmission devices. Three 30 A MCBs control three DC outputs respectively to supply power to the RF cabinet. Each MCB supports three RFUs. One 30 A MCB DC output is reserved. One 12 A MCB controls one DC output to supply power to the BBU.

Four BLVD outputs

BBU

LOAD3

12 A

Fan

LOAD2

12 A

Transmis sion device

LOAD0 and LOAD1

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Separat ed base station

Four LLVD outputs

RFU

LOAD7 to LOAD9

30 A

Reserved output Six BLVD outputs BBU

LOAD6 LOAD5

30 A 12 A

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DC Outpu t

DC Power Supply to... Fan

DC Output Termin al LOAD4

MCB Specific ation 12 A

MCB Quantit y Remarks 1 One 12 A MCB controls one DC output to supply power to the fans. Four 4 A MCBs control four DC outputs to supply power to the transmission devices.

Transmis sion device

LOAD0 to LOAD3

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Functions of the IBBS200T


The TEC cooler is installed on the inner side of the IBBS200T cabinet door, enabling the IBBS200T to adapt to high ambient temperature. In this way, the normal working temperature of the batteries can be guaranteed, and the life span of the batteries can be prolonged. Configured with large capacity batteries, the IBBS200T can meet the requirement of the distributed or separated base station for longer backup power.
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When configured with 48 V 50 Ah batteries, the IBBS200T can provide DC backup power of 48 V 50 Ah or 48 V 100 Ah (two groups of batteries connected in parallel). When configured with 48 V 92 Ah batteries, the IBBS200T can provide DC backup power of 48 V 92 Ah or 48 V 184 Ah (two groups of batteries connected in parallel).

Functions of the TMC11H


The TMC11H provides DC power and space for user equipment, as described in Table 2-3. Table 2-3 Functions of the TMC11H Item Providing -48 V DC power Description The TMC11H is configured with a -48 V DCDU and performs the following functions:
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Supporting one -48 V DC input. Supplying nine -48 V DC outputs LOAD0 to LOAD8 to user equipment The TMC11H provides a space of 11 U for user equipment. When the AC heater is installed in the cabinet, the TMC11H provides a space 10 U for user equipment.

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Description The TMC11H provides the following three dry contact alarm ports for remote and unmanned monitoring:
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Dry contact 1: connects to the door status sensor. An open circuit means that the connection is faulty, whereas a closed circuit means that the connection is normal. Dry contact 2: connects to the surge protection alarm terminal on the DCDU. An open circuit means that the connection is faulty, whereas a closed circuit means that the connection is normal. Dry contact 3: connects to the output port for various alarms of the TMC11H.

Dissipating heat Adapting to the environment

The TMC11H dissipates the heat by using the core of the heat exchanger and outer and inner air circulation fans, featuring excellent heat dissipation. The TMC11H is dustproof and can be used in adverse air conditions. In addition, it can be used with the diesel generator, well adapting to different environments.

2.2 Applications of the APM30H


The APM30H can work with the distributed or separated base stations, meeting the requirements in different scenarios.

APM30H Working with a Distributed Base Station


The scenario in which the APM30H works with a distributed base station is as follows:
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The APM30H provides the 7 U space for the BBU and transmission devices. The built-in power system of the APM30H supplies -48 V DC power to the distributed base station and transmission devices and charges the batteries in the IBBS200T. In the absence of the mains, the batteries in the IBBS200T supplies -48 V DC power to the distribution base station and transmission devices.

Figure 2-1 shows the scenario in which the APM30H (connected to the IBBS200T) works with a distributed base station.

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Figure 2-1 APM30H (connected to the IBBS200T) working with a distributed base station

APM30H Working with a Separated Base Station


The scenario in which the APM30H works with a separated base station is as follows:
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The APM30H provides the 7 U space for the BBU and transmission devices. The built-in power system of the APM30H supplies -48 V DC power to the BBU, RFU, and transmission devices and charges the batteries in the RF cabinet. The APM30H reports the alarms related to fans, door status, DCDU, and batteries in the RF cabinet.

Figure 2-2 and Figure 2-3 show the scenarios in which the APM30H works with separated base stations.

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Figure 2-3 APM30H working with the 6-RFU RF cabinet

2.3 Technical Specifications of the APM30H


The technical specifications of the APM30H consist of the electrical specifications, engineering specifications, surge protection specifications, and specifications concerning the environmental requirements. 2.3.1 Electrical Specifications of the APM30H The electrical specifications of the APM30H involve the AC input, DC output , protection, and heat consumption. 2.3.2 Engineering Specifications of the APM30H The engineering specifications of the APM30H involve the cabinet weight, cabinet dimensions, base dimensions, space for user equipment, waterproof and dustproof specifications, and installation modes. 2.3.3 Surge Protection Specifications of the APM30H The APM30H provides surge protection for the AC input, DC output, and signal ports. 2.3.4 Environmental Requirements of the APM30H The environmental requirements of the APM30H cover the working temperature, solar radiation intensity, relative humidity, altitude, and storage temperature.

2.3.1 Electrical Specifications of the APM30H


The electrical specifications of the APM30H involve the AC input, DC output , protection, and heat consumption.
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Table 2-4 describes the electrical specifications of the APM30H. Table 2-4 Electrical specifications of the APM30H Item A C in pu t ch ar ac ter ist ics Typic al input volta ge Specification 200 V AC to 240 V AC (single-phase 220 V AC) Remarks Normal voltage range: 176 V AC to 290 V AC (singlephase 220 V AC) Normal voltage range: 176/304 V AC to 290/500 V AC (three-phase 220/380 V AC) Normal voltage range: 90/180 V AC to 135/270 V AC (dual-live-wire 110 V AC) Normal voltage range: 105/176 V AC to 150/260 V AC (dual-live-wire 120 V AC) -

200/346 V AC to 240/415 V AC (three-phase 220/380 V AC)

100/200 V AC to 120/240 V AC (dual-live-wire 110 V AC)

120/208 V AC to 127/220 V AC (dual-live-wire 120 V AC)

Input volta ge frequ ency Maxi mum input curre nt Input mode

50 Hz or 60 Hz

16 A (three-phase 220/380 V AC) 30 A (dual-live-wire 110 V AC, dual-live-wire 120 V AC, or single-phase 220 V AC) Three-phase 220/380 V AC Dual-live-wire 110 V AC Dual-live-wire 120 V AC Single-phase 220 V AC

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Item ch ar ac ter ist ics Outp ut curre nt range Typic al outpu t volta ge Num ber of DC outpu ts

Specification
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APM30H configured with two PSUs: 0 A to 60 A APM30H configured with three PSUs: 0 A to 90 A

-53.5 V DC

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DC outpu t powe r Pr ot ec tio n ch ar ac ter ist ics Input prote ction

4,800 W

Overvoltage protection: The system generates an alarm when the input voltage exceeds the AC overvoltage alarm threshold (280 V by default). Undervoltage protection: The system generates an alarm when the input voltage is lower than the AC undervoltage alarm threshold (180 V by default). Overvoltage protection: The system generates an alarm when the busbar voltage exceeds the DC overvoltage alarm threshold (-58 V by default). Undervoltage protection: The system generates an alarm when the busbar voltage is lower than the DC undervoltage alarm threshold (-45 V by default). Overcurrent protection and short-circuit protection

Outp ut prote ction

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Specification 500 W

Remarks -

Electrical Specifications of the TMC11H


Table 2-5 describes the electrical specifications of the TMC11H. Table 2-5 Electrical specifications of the TMC11H Item DC input characteristic s Input voltage range Typical input voltage Maximum input current Input mode DC input power DC output characteristic s DC distribution Typical output voltage Specification -38.4 V DC to -57 V DC -48 V DC 30 A -48 V DC input, supporting the M6 2-hole OT terminal 1,440 W Nine -48 V DC outputs: LOAD0 to LOAD8 to user equipment -48 V DC Providing overcurrent and short-circuit protection for the DC power distribution 500 W

Protection characteristics Permissible heat consumption in the cabinet

2.3.2 Engineering Specifications of the APM30H


The engineering specifications of the APM30H involve the cabinet weight, cabinet dimensions, base dimensions, space for user equipment, waterproof and dustproof specifications, and installation modes.

Engineering Specifications of the APM30H


Table 2-6 describes the engineering specifications of the APM30H.
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Table 2-6 Engineering specifications of the APM30H Item Weight Specification 76.5 kg Remarks Total weight of the equipment
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Weight of the cabinet in full configuration


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Dimensions of the cabinet (width x height x depth) Dimensions of the base (width x height x depth) Space for user equipment (width x height x depth)

600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm

The base is not included.

600 mm x 200 mm x 480 mm

482.6 mm x 311.15 mm x 310 mm (19inch x 7 U x 310 mm or 290 mm)

The depth means the spacing between the column and the back wall of the cabinet. The depth of the 3 U space at the lower part of the cabinet is 290 mm, and heat dissipation from the back of the user equipment is not supported.

Cabling and maintenance space at the front

70 mm

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Item Dustproof and waterproof specification Installation mode

Specification IP55

Remarks -

The APM30H can be installed on the rooftop, on the ground, on the overhead platform, or in a pile with the RF cabinet or IBBS200T in stack mode.

When installed in stack mode, the APM30H should be placed on the RF cabinet or IBBS200T.

Engineering Specifications of the IBBS200T


Table 2-7 describes the engineering specifications of the IBBS200T. Table 2-7 Engineering specifications of the IBBS200T Item Weight Specification 55 kg Remarks The weight is the total weight of the equipment containing the cabinet, TEC cooler, MCBs, and cables.
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Supporting 48 V 50 Ah or 48 V 92 Ah batteries in front maintenance mode

Two 48 V 50 Ah battery groups can be connected in parallel to provide 48 V 100 Ah backup power. Two 48 V 92 Ah battery groups can be connected in parallel to provide 48 V 184 Ah backup power.

Dimensions of the cabinet (width x height x depth) Base dimensions (width x height x depth) Dustproof and waterproof specification Installation mode

600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm

The depth of the TEC cooler hood stretching out of the IBBS200T is 200 mm.

600 mm x 200 mm x 480 mm

IP34

The IBBS200T can be installed on the ground, or in a pile with the RF cabinet or APM30H in stack mode.

When installed in stack mode, the IBBS200T should be placed under the RF cabinet or APM30H.

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Table 2-8 describes the engineering specifications of the TMC11H. Table 2-8 Engineering specifications of the TMC11H Item Weight Specification 53 kg Remarks The weight is that of the cabinet and core of the heat exchanger. The TMC11H has the same appearance and base as those of the APM30H.

Dimensions of the cabinet (width x height x depth) Base dimensions (width x height x depth) Space for user equipment (width x height x depth)

600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm

600 mm x 200 mm x 480 mm

482.6 mm x 488.95 mm x 310 mm (19-inch x 11 U x 310 mm)

The depth means the spacing between the column and the back wall of the cabinet. The depth of the 3 U space at the lower part of the cabinet is 290 mm, and heat dissipation from the back of the user equipment is not supported.

Cabling and maintenance space at the front Dustproof and waterproof specification Installation mode

70 mm

IP55

The TMC11H can be installed on the ground, on a metal pole, on a wall, or in a pile with the RF cabinet or IBBS200T in stack mode.

When installed in stack mode, the TMC11H should be placed on the RF cabinet or IBBS200T.

2.3.3 Surge Protection Specifications of the APM30H


The APM30H provides surge protection for the AC input, DC output, and signal ports.
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Table 2-9 describes the surge protection specifications of the APM30H. Table 2-9 Surge protection specifications of the APM30H Item Surge protection for AC input port Specification In differential mode:
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Surge Protection Specifications of the TMC11H


Table 2-10 describes the surge protection specifications of the TMC11H. Table 2-10 Surge protection specifications of the TMC11H Item Surge protection for DC output port Surge protection for the signal ports Specification
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2.3.4 Environmental Requirements of the APM30H


The environmental requirements of the APM30H cover the working temperature, solar radiation intensity, relative humidity, altitude, and storage temperature.

Environmental Requirements of the APM30H


The APM30H can be used outdoors. Table 2-11 describes the environmental requirements of the APM30H.
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Table 2-11 Environmental requirements of the APM30H Item Working temperatur e Specification -40 to +50 Remarks When the APM30H works under -20, the heater needs to be configured.
NOTE The working temperature for configuring the heater refers to the local average lowest temperature of each day in the coldest month of the year.

Solar radiation intensity Relative humidity Altitude

1,120 W/m2

5% to 100% 4,700 m

Above the altitude of 3,500 m, the maximum working temperature decreases by 1 each time the altitude increases by 100 m. -

Wind speed Storage temperatur e Dustproof and waterproof specificati on Acoustic power

67 m/s -40 to +70

IP55

Meeting the requirement in the ETS 300 753 4.1E standard

Environmental Requirements of the IBBS200T


The IBBS200T can be used outdoors. The environmental requirements of the IBBS200T are the same as those of the APM30H. For details, see Table 2-11.

Environmental Requirements of the TMC11H


The TMC11H can be used outdoors. The environmental requirements of the TMC11H are the same as those of the APM30H. For details, see Table 2-11.

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APM30H

This describes the APM30H in terms of its appearance, structure, and components. 3.1 Appearance of the APM30H The APM30H is used outdoors. It is small, easy to move, and adaptive to adverse conditions. 3.2 Structure of the APM30H Familiarity with the structure of the APM30H helps achieve better understanding of the functions, applications, and installation modes of the APM30H. 3.3 APM30H Components The components of the APM30H are the HEUA, HPMI, PDU, power system (AC/DC), core of the heat exchanger, fans, heater, and door status sensor, of which the heater is optional.

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The APM30H is used outdoors. It is small, easy to move, and adaptive to adverse conditions. Figure 3-1 shows the APM30H. Figure 3-1 APM30H

3.2 Structure of the APM30H


Familiarity with the structure of the APM30H helps achieve better understanding of the functions, applications, and installation modes of the APM30H.

Internal Structure
Figure 3-2 shows the internal structure of the APM30H.

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Figure 3-2 Internal structure of the APM30H

(1) HPMI (4) Power system (AC/DC) (7) Core of the heat exchanger

(2) Inner air circulation fan (5) PDU

(3) HEUA (6) Outer air circulation fan

As shown in the preceding picture, the APM30H provides space as follows:


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If the heater is not installed, the APM30H provides 7 U space for user equipment. If the heater is installed, the APM30H provides 6 U space for user equipment. The APM30H provides 1 U space at its top for operation and maintenance of the HPMI, HEUA, or fan box.

Cable Holes
Figure 3-3 shows the cable holes of the APM30H. Figure 3-3 Cable holes of the APM30H

The cable holes of the APM30H are described as follows:


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Cable hole 1: for the routing of the PGND and AC input power cables of the APM30H Cable hole 2: for the routing of the internal cables when the APM30H forms a pile with another cabinet in stack mode Cable hole 3: for the routing of the internal cables when the APM30H forms a pile with another cabinet in stack mode Cable hole 4: for the routing of the DC output power and signal cables of the APM30H which are connected to the external devices

3.3 APM30H Components


The components of the APM30H are the HEUA, HPMI, PDU, power system (AC/DC), core of the heat exchanger, fans, heater, and door status sensor, of which the heater is optional. 3.3.1 HEUA The Heat Exchange Unit Type A (HEUA) monitors the fans and reports the related alarms. 3.3.2 HPMI The Hert Power Monitoring Interface unit (HPMI) transfers the power monitoring signals and providing ports for the input and output of various alarm signals. 3.3.3 PDU The Power Distribution Unit (PDU) in the APM30H performs AC and DC power distribution. 3.3.4 Power System (AC/DC) The AC/DC power system consists of the PMU, AC/DC PSUs, and power subrack. The AC/DC power system converts the AC mains into -48 V DC power. 3.3.5 Core of the Heat Exchanger The core of the heat exchanger is positioned on the inner side of the front door of the APM30H cabinet. 3.3.6 Fan The fans in the APM30H are centrifugal fans: two inner air circulation fans and two outer air circulation fans. The inner and outer air circulation fans have the same appearance and technical specifications. 3.3.7 Heater When the working temperature of the APM30H or TMC11H is below -20, the heater should be configured. The working temperature for configuring the heater refers to the local average lowest temperature of each day in the coldest month of the year.

3.3.1 HEUA
The Heat Exchange Unit Type A (HEUA) monitors the fans and reports the related alarms.

Appearance
The HEUA is the heat exchange monitoring unit. Figure 3-4 shows the HEUA. Figure 3-4 HEUA

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Figure 3-5 shows the ports on the HEUA, and Table 3-1 describes the ports on the HEUA. Figure 3-5 Ports on the HEUA

Table 3-1 Ports on the HEUA SN 1 2 and 3 Port 3V3 power supply port 4-pin sockets Quantity 1 2 Function Leading DC input power to the HEUA Providing the terminals for the power or alarm signals of the two outer air circulation fans Indicating the running status and alarm status of the fans Receiving two Boolean inputs
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LEDs

5 and 6

RJ45 ports

COM OUT: connecting to the PMU or lowerlevel HEUA COM IN: connecting to the BBU or upperlevel HEUA

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Port Short-circuiting cap

Quantity 1

Function Differentiating the APM30H or TMC11H from other cabinets Providing the terminals for the power or alarm signals of the two inner air circulation fans

8 and 9

4-pin sockets

3.3.2 HPMI
The Hert Power Monitoring Interface unit (HPMI) transfers the power monitoring signals and providing ports for the input and output of various alarm signals.

Appearance
Figure 3-6 shows the HPMI. Figure 3-6 HPMI

Port
Figure 3-7 shows the ports on the panel of the HPMI, and Table 3-2 describes the ports on the panel of the HPMI. Figure 3-7 Ports on the panel of the HPMI

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Table 3-2 Ports on the panel of the HPMI Port TO PMU DB50 A:1.2.3.4 B:1.2.3.4 C:1.2.3.4 Function Transferring the monitoring signals of the PMU Transmitting two Boolean outputs Receiving two Boolean inputs
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1.2: receiving one Boolean input 3.4: detecting the fuse alarm signals

Gate D:1.2.3.4

Receiving the door status alarm signals


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1.2: receiving the AC surge protection alarm signals 3.4: receiving the DC surge protection alarm signals

Bat1 Tmp E:1.2.3.4 Smoke Water Tem Humi Bat2 Tmp

Receiving the battery temperature monitoring signals Receiving two Boolean inputs Receiving the smoke alarm signals Receiving the water alarm signals Receiving the temperature and humidity alarm signals Providing the standby port for the input of the battery temperature monitoring signals

3.3.3 PDU
The Power Distribution Unit (PDU) in the APM30H performs AC and DC power distribution.

Types
The PDU is classified into four types according to different AC input voltages of the PDU and DC loads, as described in Table 3-3.

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Table 3-3 Types of PDU Type Singlephase/ three-phase AC power distribution box (for distributed base stations) Name PDU-01 AC Input Mode Single-phase 220 V Short-Circuiting Mode
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AC INPUT: L1, L2, and L3 are shortcircuited; N1 and N2 are short-circuited. AC OUTPUT: Lout1 and Lout2 are not short-circuited; Nout1 and Nout2 are short-circuited. AC INPUT: L1, L2, and L3 are not shortcircuited; N1 and N2 are short-circuited. AC OUTPUT: Lout1 and Lout2 are not short-circuited; Nout1 and Nout2 are short-circuited. AC INPUT: Short-circuiting is enabled on the L1 side; short-circuiting is enabled on the L2 side. AC OUTPUT: Lout1 and Lout2 are short-circuited; Nout1 and Nout2 are short-circuited.

Three-phase 220 V

Dual-livewire AC power distribution box (for distributed base stations) Singlephase/ three-phase AC power distribution box (for separated base stations) Dual-livewire AC power distribution box (for separated base stations)

PDU-02

Dual-live-wire 110 V

PDU-03

Single-phase 220 V Three-phase 220 V

Same as that of the single-phase/threephase AC power distribution box (for distributed base stations)

PDU-04

Dual-live-wire 110 V

Same as that of the dual-live-wire AC power distribution box (for distributed base stations)

NOTE

The short-circuiting bar is installed on the L side of the AC INPUT of the PDU before delivery. When the AC input is three-phase 220 V power, you need to remove the short-circuiting bar on the L side.

Port
All the ports of the PDU can be maintained from the front. All the cables are routed from both sides of the panel.
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The appearance of the PDU varies according to the AC input mode of the PDU. Figure 3-8 shows the ports on the PDU in single-phase/three phase AC input mode. Figure 3-8 Ports on the PDU

Table 3-4 describes the ports on the PDU. Table 3-4 Ports on the PDU SN 1 Description They are AC input wiring terminals. When different AC input modes are used, the labels of the wiring terminals are different. The labels are as follows:
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PDU in dual-live-wire 110 V AC input mode: L2 PDU in single-phase/three-phase 220 V AC input mode: N1 and N2

They are AC input wiring terminals. When different AC input modes are used, the labels of the wiring terminals are different. The labels are as follows:
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PDU in dual-live-wire 110 V AC input mode: L1 PDU in single-phase/three-phase 220 V AC input mode: L1, L2, and L3

3 4 5 6 7 8

They are AC output wiring terminals: Lout1 and Lout2. They are AC output wiring terminals: Nout1 and Nout2. They are AC input MCBs. They are AC output MCBs, which control the power supply to the heating film or heater. They are DC output MCBs: SW0 to SW9. They are DC output wiring terminals: LOAD0 to LOAD9.

Functions
The PDU performs the AC and DC power distribution. The AC distribution functions of the PDU are as follows:

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Supplying two AC outputs with the maximum current of 10 A to the heater in the APM30H and heating film of the IBBS200T Reporting the surge protection alarms of the AC input

The DC distribution functions of the PDU are as follows:


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Providing 10 DC outputs to meet the DC power distribution requirements of the distributed base station or separated base station Reporting the surge protection alarms of the DC outputs

Table 3-5 describes the DC power distribution function of the PDU when the APM30H works with the distributed base station. Table 3-5 DC power distribution function of the PDU applied to the distributed base station DC Power Supply to... RRU BBU FAN TM DC Output Terminal LOAD4 to LOAD9 LOAD3 LOAD2 LOAD0 and LOAD1 MCB Position SW4 to SW9 SW3 SW2 SW0 and SW1 MCB Specification 20 A 12 A 12 A 4A MCB Quantity 6 1 1 2

Table 3-6 describes the DC power distribution function of the PDU when the APM30H works with the separated base station. Table 3-6 DC power distribution function of the PDU applied to the separated base station DC Power Supply to... RFU Reserved output BBU FAN TM DC Output Terminal LOAD7 to LOAD9 LOAD6 LOAD5 LOAD4 LOAD0 to LOAD3 MCB Position SW7 to SW9 SW6 SW5 SW4 SW0 to SW3 MCB Specification 30 A 30 A 12 A 12 A 4A MCB Quantity 3 1 1 1 4

3.3.4 Power System (AC/DC)


The AC/DC power system consists of the PMU, AC/DC PSUs, and power subrack. The AC/DC power system converts the AC mains into -48 V DC power.
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3.3.4.1 PMU The Power and Environment Monitoring Unit (PMU) provides a comprehensive function of power supply management, power distribution check, and alarm reporting. 3.3.4.2 PSU (AC/DC) The Power Supply Unit (PSU) converts AC mains into -48 V DC power. 3.3.4.3 Power Subrack The power subrack provides the input power wiring terminals, output power wiring terminals, battery output power wiring terminals, which are respectively connected to the input power cables, output power cables, and battery power cables.

PMU
The Power and Environment Monitoring Unit (PMU) provides a comprehensive function of power supply management, power distribution check, and alarm reporting.

Functions
The PMU performs the following functions:
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Communicating with the main control unit through the RS232/RS422 serial port Providing comprehensive functions of power system management and battery charge and discharge management Detecting and reporting water damage alarms, smoke alarms, door status alarms, and standby Boolean value alarms, and reporting ambient humidity and temperature, battery temperature, and standby analog values Detecting power distribution, reporting related alarms, and reporting dry contact alarms

Appearance
Figure 3-9 shows the PMU. Figure 3-9 PMU

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Ports and LEDs


Figure 3-10 shows the ports on the front panel of the PMU, and Figure 3-11 shows the backplane of the PMU. Figure 3-10 Ports on the front panel of the PMU

(1) RS232/RS422 ports (3) Power test ports (5) Battery control switch

(2) LEDs (4) TEST port (6) COM port

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Figure 3-11 Backplane of the PMU

(1) Backplane port

Table 3-7 describes the ports on the PMU. Table 3-7 Ports on the PMU Port RS232/RS422 port Power test port TEST port Battery control switch Function Used for communication with the main control unit Used for measuring power voltages by using an ordinary multimeter through -48 V and 0 V power test holes Used for testing Used for powering on and off the batteries through the ON and OFF control ports
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Press and hold the port ON for 5s to 10s until the battery is powered on. Press and hold the port OFF for 5s to 10s until the battery is powered off.
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NOTE battery control switch. When you hear a crack, the battery is powered on or off.

COM port Backplane port

Used for connecting to the external signal transfer board Used for connecting to the backplane

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Table 3-8 describes the LEDs on the panel of the PMU. Table 3-8 LEDs on the panel of the PMU Label RUN Color Green Status Blinking (ON for 1s and OFF for 1s) Blinking (ON for 0.125s and OFF for 0.125s) Description The PMU is functional, and the communication with the main control unit is normal. The PMU is functional, but the communication with the main control unit fails. If the PMU does not communicate with the main control unit for one minute, the communication fails. The PMU is faulty (not in the power-on selfcheck state). The base station reports at least one of the following alarms:
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ON or OFF ALM Red ON

Mains overvoltage or undervoltage alarm Busbar overvoltage or undervoltage alarm Power module alarm Load shutdown alarm

OFF

No alarm is reported.

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In 3s to 5s after the PMU is powered on, the ALM and RUN LEDs are simultaneously ON for about 3s.

DIP Switch
The DIP switch is positioned on the right panel of the PMU. The DIP switch has eight bits, which are set to OFF before delivery. Figure 3-12 shows the DIP switch.

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Figure 3-12 Right panel of the PMU

The bits of the DIP switch are in binary format. The four least significant bits (1, 2, 3, and 4) of the DIP switch define the secondary node address of the PMU. The four most significant bits (5, 6, 7, and 8) are not defined, and they are reserved for future use. You can set the monitoring address by setting the four least significant bits of the DIP switch. The first bit corresponds to BIT0, and the fourth bit corresponds to BIT3.
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Table 3-9 lists the settings of the DIP switch. Table 3-9 Settings of the DIP switch BIT0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0
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BIT2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0

BIT3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Monitoring Address 0000 1000 0100 1100 0010 1010 0110 1110 0001
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BIT1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

BIT2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

BIT3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Monitoring Address 1001 0101 1101 0011 1011 0111 1111

PSU (AC/DC)
The Power Supply Unit (PSU) converts AC mains into -48 V DC power.

Functions
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Converting AC mains into -48 V DC power and supplying -48 V DC power to the DCDU Monitoring alarms related to module faults (such as output overvoltage, no output, and fan faults), alarms related to module protection (such as overtemperature protection and input overvoltage/undervoltage protection), and module out-of-position alarm Monitoring the information about the charge and discharge of batteries

Panel
Figure 3-13 shows the panel of the PSU (AC/DC). Figure 3-13 Panel of the PSU (AC/DC)

(1) Power LED (2) Protection LED

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Table 3-10 describes the LEDs on the panel of the PSU (AC/DC). Table 3-10 LEDs on the panel of the PSU (AC/DC) LED Power LED Col or Gre en Status ON OFF Description The PSU is normal. There are faults (such as no AC input, or overvoltage and undervoltage of AC input) related to the mains, or the PSU has no output. The PSU is normal. There is temperature pre-alarm or fan pre-alarm. The PSU is normal, or the PSU has no output because of the faults (such as no AC input, or overvoltage and undervoltage of AC input) related to the mains. The PSU has no output because of output overvoltage shutdown, fan fault, overtemperature shutdown, remote shutdown, or internal problems of the PSU.

Protection LED

Yel low

OFF ON OFF

Fault LED

Red

ON

Power Subrack
The power subrack provides the input power wiring terminals, output power wiring terminals, battery output power wiring terminals, which are respectively connected to the input power cables, output power cables, and battery power cables.

Appearance
Figure 3-14 shows the power subrack.

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Figure 3-14 Power subrack

(1) Input power wiring terminals (2) Power switch for the batteries (3) Output power wiring terminals (4) Battery output power wiring terminals

Port
Table 3-11 describes the ports on the power subrack. Table 3-11 Ports on the power subrack Port Input power wiring terminals Description The L wire is connected to the L wiring terminal, whereas the N wire is connected to the N wiring terminal. The -48 V power wires are connected to the wiring terminals LOAD1(-) and LOAD2(-), whereas the -48 V RTN wires are connected to the RTN(+) wiring terminal. The -48 V power wire of the batteries is connected to the BAT(-) wiring terminal, whereas the -48 V RTN wire of the batteries is connected to the BAT(+) wiring terminal.

Output power wiring terminal

Battery output power wiring terminals

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Port Power switch for the batteries

Description The power switch of the batteries controls the connection and disconnection of the battery current.

3.3.5 Core of the Heat Exchanger


The core of the heat exchanger is positioned on the inner side of the front door of the APM30H cabinet.

Appearance
Figure 3-15 shows the core of the heat exchanger. Figure 3-15 Core of the heat exchanger

Functions
The core of the heat exchanger extends the area for the exchange of the air inside and outside the APM30H, speeding up the air circulation and effectively decreasing the working temperature of the cabinet. In addition, the core of the heat exchanger protects the cabinet from the dust.

3.3.6 Fan
The fans in the APM30H are centrifugal fans: two inner air circulation fans and two outer air circulation fans. The inner and outer air circulation fans have the same appearance and technical specifications.

Appearance
Figure 3-16 shows a fan.
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Technical Specifications
Table 3-12 describes the technical specifications of the fan. Table 3-12 Technical specifications of the fan Item Dimensions (diameter x height) Length of the lead Definition of the pins 1 to 4 of the lead Specification 175 mm x 69 mm 600 mm
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Pin 1: red, for the positive pole of the power supply Pin 2: yellow, for the input of the speedadjusting signals Pin 3: blue, for the output of the alarm or speed signals Pin 4: black, for the negative pole of the power supply

NOTE The cable colors of the fans vary from different manufacturers.

Rated voltage Operating voltage range Rated power Rated rotating speed Speed-adjusting mode

-48 V 36 V to 57 V 34 W 3,100 r/min PWM speed-adjusting

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Functions
The core of the heat exchanger and inner and outer air circulation fans form the heat dissipation system of the APM30H.
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The outer air circulation refers to that the air is led into the cabinet from the lower part of the front door and out of the cabinet from the upper part of the front door through the core of the heat exchanger. The inner air circulation refers to that the cool air is led out from the lower part of the core of the heat exchanger and then forms a loop after exchanging with the air from the fan at the top of the cabinet. The heat exchange between the inner air circulation and outer air circulation is implemented in the core of the heat exchanger.

Installation Positions
The installation positions of the fans are as follows:
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The inner air circulation fans are installed in the fan box. The outer air circulation fans are installed at the bottom of the inner side of the front door.

3.3.7 Heater
When the working temperature of the APM30H or TMC11H is below -20, the heater should be configured. The working temperature for configuring the heater refers to the local average lowest temperature of each day in the coldest month of the year.

Appearance
Figure 3-17 shows the heater. Figure 3-17 Heater

Technical Specifications
The technical specifications of the heater are as follows:
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This describes the IBBS200T in terms of its appearance, structure, and components. 4.1 Appearance of the IBBS200T The IBBS200T is used outdoors. It is small, easy to move, and adaptive to high temperature environment. 4.2 Structure of the IBBS200T Familiarity with the structure of the IBBS200T helps achieve better understanding of the IBBS200T functions, applications, and installation modes. 4.3 IBBS200T Components The components of the IBBS200T consist of the TEC cooler, junction box, signal transfer terminals, and batteries.

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4.1 Appearance of the IBBS200T


The IBBS200T is used outdoors. It is small, easy to move, and adaptive to high temperature environment. Figure 4-1 shows the IBBS200T. Figure 4-1 IBBS200T

4.2 Structure of the IBBS200T


Familiarity with the structure of the IBBS200T helps achieve better understanding of the IBBS200T functions, applications, and installation modes. Figure 4-2 shows the internal structure of the IBBS200T.

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Figure 4-2 Internal structure of the IBBS200T

(1) Heat insulation foam (2) TEC cooler (3) Signal transfer terminals

(4) Transfer terminal for (5) Junction box the power of the TEC cooler

NOTE

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The signal transfer terminals are the transfer terminals for the door status signals, TEC cooler alarm signals, battery temperature signals, and smoke signals. The junction box consists of the wiring copper bars, MCBs for the upper-layer and lower-layer battery groups, and MCBs for the TEC module.

4.3 IBBS200T Components


The components of the IBBS200T consist of the TEC cooler, junction box, signal transfer terminals, and batteries. 4.3.1 TEC Cooler The TEC cooler is installed in the TEC cooler hood on the front door of the cabinet. The TEC cooler consists of the TEC module, inner air circulation fan, outer air circulation fan, cooling fin, and monitoring board. 4.3.2 Junction Box The junction box is positioned on the right wall of the IBBS200T, containing wiring copper bars, battery MCBs, and TEC cooler MCB.
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4.3.3 Signal Transfer Terminals The signal transfer terminals are bound to the inner side of the front door of the cabinet. The terminals contain four pairs of air terminals. 4.3.4 Battery This describes the appearance, technical specifications, and types of the batteries in the IBBS200T.

4.3.1 TEC Cooler


The TEC cooler is installed in the TEC cooler hood on the front door of the cabinet. The TEC cooler consists of the TEC module, inner air circulation fan, outer air circulation fan, cooling fin, and monitoring board.

Appearance
Figure 4-3 shows the TEC cooler. Figure 4-3 TEC cooler

Functions
The TEC cooler provides the following functions:
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When the ambient temperature is between 45 and 55, the temperature at the inner air vent is not higher than 40 and the coefficient of performance (COP) is not less than 0.5.

4.3.2 Junction Box


The junction box is positioned on the right wall of the IBBS200T, containing wiring copper bars, battery MCBs, and TEC cooler MCB.

Appearance
Figure 4-4 shows the junction box. Figure 4-4 Junction box

Internal Structure
Figure 4-5 shows the internal structure of the junction box.

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Figure 4-5 Internal structure of the junction box

(1) Wiring copper bar for (2) Wiring copper bar for (3) Wiring copper bar for (4) Wiring copper bar for the positive pole of the the negative pole of the the negative pole of the the positive pole of the batteries batteries TEC cooler TEC cooler (5) Negative power cable (6) Positive power cable of (7) Negative power cable (8) Negative power cable of the TEC cooler the TEC cooler of battery group 1 of battery group 2 (9) Positive power cable of (10) Positive power cable (11) MCBs for the negative (12) MCB for the negative battery group 1 of battery group 2 poles of the battery groups pole of the TEC cooler (two)

The internal structure of the junction box is described as follows:


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The positive power of the batteries is divided into two ways through the wiring copper bar for the positive pole of the batteries, and then led to the corresponding positive poles of the battery groups. The negative power of the batteries is divided into two ways through the wiring copper bar for the negative pole of the batteries, and then led into the corresponding terminals of the MCBs for the negative poles of the battery groups. The two MCBs control and protect the corresponding battery groups. The output terminals of the MCBs are connected to the corresponding negative poles of the battery groups. The negative power of the TEC cooler is led into the corresponding MCB for the negative pole of the TEC cooler through the wiring copper bar for the negative pole of the TEC cooler. The MCB controls and protects the corresponding TEC cooler. The output terminal of the MCB is connected to the corresponding negative pole of the TEC cooler. The positive power of the TEC cooler is led to the positive pole of the TEC cooler through the wiring copper bar for the positive pole of the TEC cooler.
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The battery MCB labeled 1 controls the upper-layer battery group, whereas the battery MCB labeled 2 controls the lower-layer battery group. The MCBs labeled 1 and 2 are connected through the interconnection lever. If each MCB is used to control the upper-layer or lower-layer battery group separately, you must remove the interconnection lever.

4.3.3 Signal Transfer Terminals


The signal transfer terminals are bound to the inner side of the front door of the cabinet. The terminals contain four pairs of air terminals.
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Appearance
Figure 4-6 shows the signal transfer terminals. Figure 4-6 Signal transfer terminals

Functions
The signal transfer terminals transfer the alarm signals related to the door status, smoke, battery temperature, and TEC module.

4.3.4 Battery
This describes the appearance, technical specifications, and types of the batteries in the IBBS200T.

Appearance
Figure 4-7 shows the batteries. Figure 4-7 Batteries

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Technical Specifications
Table 4-1 describes the technical specifications of the batteries in the IBBS200T. Table 4-1 Technical specifications of a single battery Type Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth) 105 mm x 227 mm x 390 mm 105 mm x 287 mm x 390 mm 108 mm x 287 mm x 393 mm Weight Remarks

12 V 50 Ah 12 V 92 Ah

21.5 kg 33.5 kg 35 kg

The dimensions and weight of a single battery from different manufacturers are different.

Types
The IBBS200T supports four types of battery group: 48 V 50 Ah, 48 V 100 Ah, 48 V 92 Ah, and 48 V 184 Ah.
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The upper and lower 48 V 50 Ah battery groups can be connected in parallel to provide 48 V 100 Ah backup power. The upper and lower 48 V 92 Ah battery groups can be connected in parallel to provide 48 V 184 Ah backup power. Each battery group contains four single batteries.

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TMC11H

This describes the TMC11H in terms of its appearance, structure, and components. 5.1 Appearance of the TMC11H The TMC11H is used outdoors. It is small, easy to move, and adaptive to adverse conditions. 5.2 Structure of the TMC11H Familiarity with the structure of the TMC11H helps achieve better understanding of the TMC11H functions, applications, and installation modes. 5.3 TMC11H Components The components of the TMC11H are the HEUA, core of the heat exchanger, fans, heater, door status sensor, and DCDU-03. Of the components, the core of the heat exchanger, fans, heater, and door status sensor are the same as those in the APM30H.

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5.1 Appearance of the TMC11H


The TMC11H is used outdoors. It is small, easy to move, and adaptive to adverse conditions. THE TMC11H has the same appearance as that of the APM30H, as shown in Figure 5-1. Figure 5-1 TMC11H

5.2 Structure of the TMC11H


Familiarity with the structure of the TMC11H helps achieve better understanding of the TMC11H functions, applications, and installation modes. Figure 5-2 shows the structure of the TMC11H.

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Figure 5-2 Structure of the TMC11H

(1) Filler panel (4) DCDU-03

(2) Inner air circulation fan (5) Outer air circulation fan

(3) HEUA (6) Core of the heat exchanger

The TMC11H has the following features in terms of its structure:


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According to different application scenarios, the TMC11H can be configured with DCDU-03A, DCDU-03B, or DCDU-03C. The DCDU-03 provides nine DC outputs and reports surge protection alarms. The TMC11H provides 11 U space for user equipment.

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5.3 TMC11H Components


The components of the TMC11H are the HEUA, core of the heat exchanger, fans, heater, door status sensor, and DCDU-03. Of the components, the core of the heat exchanger, fans, heater, and door status sensor are the same as those in the APM30H. 5.3.1 DCDU-03 Configured with MCBs of different specifications, the DCDU-03 can be classified into DCDU-03A, DCDU-03B, DCDU-03C and DCDU-03D. The four types of DCDU-03 have the same appearance, engineering specifications, and ports. 5.3.2 HEUA The HEUA monitors the fans and reports the related alarms.

5.3.1 DCDU-03
Configured with MCBs of different specifications, the DCDU-03 can be classified into DCDU-03A, DCDU-03B, DCDU-03C and DCDU-03D. The four types of DCDU-03 have the same appearance, engineering specifications, and ports.
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Appearance
Figure 5-3 shows the DCDU-03. Figure 5-3 DCDU-03

Engineering Specifications
Table 5-1 describes the engineering specifications of the DCDU-03. Table 5-1 Engineering specifications of the DCDU-03 Item Weight Dimensions (width x height x depth) Specification 4 kg 442 mm x 42 mm x 200 mm

Functions
The Direct Current Distribution Unit (DCDU-03) provides the following functions:
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Providing nine -48 V DC outputs to meet multiple power distribution requirements in scenarios of distributed and separated base stations through different MCB configurations Providing surge protections through the built-in DC surge protection board Providing surge protection alarm signals and reporting the surge protection alarms in time

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Table 5-2 describes the DC power distribution functions of the DCDU-03. Table 5-2 DC power distribution functions of the DCDU-03 DCDU Type DCDU-03A DC Output Terminal LOAD0 Power consumpti on devices Temperature control system Transmissio n devices of the operator MCB Specificati on 12 A MCB Quantity 1 Applicatio n Scenario Transmissio n cabinet

LOAD1 to LOAD8

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DC Output Terminal LOAD0 to LOAD5 LOAD6 to LOAD8

Power consumpti on devices RRU BBU and the transmission devices of the operator RRU BBU Transmissio n devices of the operator 3RFU module BBU Transmissio n devices temperature control system

MCB Specificati on 20 A 12 A

MCB Quantity 6 3

Applicatio n Scenario GSM distributed base station

DCDU-03C

LOAD0 to LOAD5 LOAD6 LOAD7 and LOAD8

12 A 12 A 6A

6 1 2

WCDMA or WiMax distributed base station

DCDU-03D

LOAD0 and LOAD1 LOAD2 and LOAD3 LOAD4 to LOAD7 LOAD8

30 A 12 A 12 A 6A

2 2 4 1

seperated base station

Port
Figure 5-4 shows the ports on the panel of the DCDU-03. Figure 5-4 Ports on the panel of the DCDU-03

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Figure 5-4 takes the DCDU-03A for example.

Table 5-3 describes the ports on the panel of the DCDU-03. Table 5-3 Ports on the panel of the DCDU-03 Port Specification CrossSectiona l Area (Unit: mm2)
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Remarks

DC input terminal

Supporting M6 2-hole OT terminal

DCDU -03A:6 DCDU -03,D CDU03C: 25

DC output terminal

LOAD0 to LOAD8 (from left to right)

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Three rows of wiring terminals for outputs: NEG(-), RTN(+), and PGND, where, the last three pairs of the PGND wiring terminals support the grounding of the M4 2-hole OT terminals, as shown in the red boxes in Figure 5-4 Supporting the output power cable with a maximum crosssectional area of 6 mm2

Surge protection alarm wiring terminal

Supporting 2-pin cord end terminal

2-pin cord end terminal not distinguished from different polarities

5.3.2 HEUA
The HEUA monitors the fans and reports the related alarms.

Appearance
The HEUA is the heat exchange monitoring unit. Figure 5-5 shows the HEUA.

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Figure 5-5 HEUA

Port
Figure 5-6 shows the ports on the HEUA, and Table 5-4 describes the ports on the HEUA. Figure 5-6 Ports on the HEUA

Table 5-4 Ports on the HEUA SN 1 2 and 3 Port 3V3 power supply port 4-pin sockets Quantity 1 2 Function Leading DC input power to the HEUA Providing the terminals for the power or alarm signals of the two outer air circulation fans Indicating the running status and alarm status of the fans

LEDs

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Port RJ45 ports

Quantity 2

Function Receiving two Boolean inputs


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COM OUT: connecting to the PMU or lowerlevel HEUA COM IN: connecting to the BBU or upperlevel HEUA

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Pin 1/2/3/4 (J3) Pin 1/2/3/4 (J6)

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Receiving the door status alarm signals Receiving the door status alarm signals of the DCDU-03 Differentiating the TMC11H from other cabinets Providing the terminals for the power or alarm signals of the two inner air circulation fans

Short-circuiting caps

10 and 11

4-pin sockets

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About This Chapter


Before installing the hardware of the APM30H, you should familiarize yourself with the information about the APM30H installation. The procedures for installing the hardware of the APM30H involve installing the APM30H, installing the APM30H components, installing the APM30H cables, sealing the cable holes, powering on the APM30H, and checking the APM30H hardware installation. 6.1 Information Related to the APM30H Installation The information related to the APM30H installation is the installation modes and space requirements of the APM30H. 6.2 Installing the APM30H Cabinet According to different application scenarios, the APM30H cabinet can be installed on the concrete floor or stacked on the IBBS200T. 6.3 Installing the APM30H Components This describes how to install the APM30H components, such as the components in the APM30H and batteries in the IBBS200T. 6.4 Installing the APM30H Cables This describes how to install the APM30H cables, which are the APM30H cables and IBBS200T cables. 6.5 Sealing the Cable Holes After the cable connections are complete, you must seal the cable holes with fireproof clay. 6.6 Checking the Power-On Status of the APM30H After the APM30H is installed, you must power on the APM30H in one week. 6.7 Checklist for the APM30H Hardware Installation The checklist for the APM30H hardware installation involves the cabinet installation, electrical connections, and installation environment.

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6.1 Information Related to the APM30H Installation


The information related to the APM30H installation is the installation modes and space requirements of the APM30H. 6.1.1 Installation Modes of the APM30H The APM30H can be installed on the rooftop, on the concrete floor, and on the overhead platform. It can also form a pile with the IBBS200T or RF cabinet in stack mode. 6.1.2 Space Requirements of the APM30H The APM30H must meet the space requirements for cabling and OM in different installation modes.

6.1.1 Installation Modes of the APM30H


The APM30H can be installed on the rooftop, on the concrete floor, and on the overhead platform. It can also form a pile with the IBBS200T or RF cabinet in stack mode. Figure 6-1 shows the installation modes of the APM30H. Figure 6-1 Installation modes of the APM30H

6.1.2 Space Requirements of the APM30H


The APM30H must meet the space requirements for cabling and OM in different installation modes.
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Space Requirements of a Single APM30H


The APM30H, IBBS200T, and TMC11H have the same space requirements, as shown in Figure 6-2. Figure 6-2 Space requirements of a single APM30H (unit: mm)

NOTE

If the APM30H forms a pile with the RF cabinet in stack mode or is installed side by side with the RF cabinet, the space requirements of the APM30H are consistent with those of the RF cabinet.

Space Requirements of Two Cabinets


When the APM30H forms a pile with the IBBS200T, the space requirements of the APM30H are the same as those of a single APM30H. For details, see Space Requirements of a Single APM30H. When the APM30H and IBBS200T are combined, and the APM30H is installed on the left of the IBBS200T, the space requirements of the two cabinets are shown in Figure 6-3. Figure 6-3 Space requirements of the combined APM30H and IBBS200T (unit: mm)

When the APM30H and IBBS200T are combined, and the APM30H is installed on the right of the IBBS200T, the space requirements of the two cabinets are shown in Figure 6-4.
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Figure 6-4 Space requirements of the combined APM30H and IBBS200T (unit: mm)

Requirements of the Concrete Base


When the concrete base is required for installing the APM30H, the recommended dimensions of the concrete base are shown in Figure 6-5.
NOTE

The height of the concrete base should meet the requirements of cabinet heat dissipation and local flood prevention. The concrete base should be at least 200 mm higher than the floor. This ensures that the cabinet can be naturally cooled and that rain water or flood water cannot enter the cabinet. When casting the concrete base, ensure that the smoothness error of the upper plane is not greater than 5 mm.

Figure 6-5 Recommended dimensions of the concrete base

6.2 Installing the APM30H Cabinet


According to different application scenarios, the APM30H cabinet can be installed on the concrete floor or stacked on the IBBS200T. 6.2.1 Installing the APM30H Cabinet on the Concrete Floor This describes how to install the APM30H cabinet on the concrete floor. 6.2.2 Stacking the APM30H on the IBBS200T Stacking the APM30H on the IBBS200T takes up a smaller footprint and satisfies the requirements for longer backup power.
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6.2.1 Installing the APM30H Cabinet on the Concrete Floor


This describes how to install the APM30H cabinet on the concrete floor.

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CAUTION
The weight of the APM30H is 130 kg when it is fully configured. Therefore, ensure that the concrete floor can bear the weight of the APM30H.

Procedure
Step 1 According to 6.1.2 Space Requirements of the APM30H, determine the position for installing the cabinet on the concrete floor. Step 2 Determine the position of the base according to the position of the cabinet. Step 3 Place the base in position and use a marking pen to mark four anchor points according to the holes at the bottom of the base or according to the inter-holes spacing shown in Figure 6-6. Figure 6-6 Determining the installation position (unit: mm)

Step 4 Drill a hole at one of the marked points, and then install an expansion bolt assembly, as shown in Figure 6-7.
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Figure 6-7 Installing the expansion bolt assembly

(1) M12 x 60 bolt

(2) Spring washer 12

(3) Flat washer 12

(4) Expansion tube

Step 5 Place the base on the concrete floor and align the holes at the bottom of the base with the bolt holes on the floor. Step 6 Lead the bolt through the spring washer and flat washer in turn, and then lead the assembled bolt through the hole of the base into each expansion tube, as shown in Figure 6-8. Figure 6-8 Securing the base

Step 7 Turn the bolts clockwise by using a wrench to secure the base on the floor. Step 8 Open the front door of the APM30H and remove the rubber caps from the holes at the bottom of the APM30H, as shown in Figure 6-9.
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Figure 6-9 Removing the rubber caps from the holes at the bottom of the APM30H

Step 9 Place the cabinet on the base.

CAUTION
The cabinet can be carried by human labor if lifting tools cannot be used on site. 1. Remove the four fillers from the top of the cabinet, and screw the lifting eyes delivered in the accessories into the screw holes, as shown in Figure 6-10.

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Figure 6-10 Installing a lifting eye

(1) Filler

(2) Lifting eye

NOTE

Reserve the removed fillers for later use.

2.

Use the hoisting equipment to lift the cabinet, and then slowly place the cabinet on the base.

CAUTION
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Step 10 Adjust the position of the cabinet to align the holes at the bottom of the cabinet with the holes on the base. Step 11 Lead each M12 x 25 bolt through the spring washer 12 and flat washer 12 in turn. Insert the assembled bolts through the holes at the bottom of the cabinet into the base, and then tighten the four bolts, as shown in Figure 6-11.

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Figure 6-11 Securing the APM30H

Step 12 Use a wrench to tighten the bolts clockwise. In this way, the APM30H is secured on the base. Step 13 Remove the four lifting eyes from the top of the cabinet. Then, use the removed fillers to seal the screw holes, as shown in Figure 6-12. Figure 6-12 Removing the lifting eyes

(1) Lifting eye

(2) Filler

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6.2.2 Stacking the APM30H on the IBBS200T


Stacking the APM30H on the IBBS200T takes up a smaller footprint and satisfies the requirements for longer backup power.

Context
Both APM30H and IBBS200T support ceiling installation. For details on how to install them on the ceiling, see Step 9 and Step 13 in 6.2.1 Installing the APM30H Cabinet on the Concrete Floor.

Procedure
Step 1 According to 6.1.2 Space Requirements of the APM30H, determine the installation position of the IBBS200T. Step 2 Install the base on the concrete floor. For details, see Step 2 and Step 7 in 6.2.1 Installing the APM30H Cabinet on the Concrete Floor. Step 3 Install the IBBS200T on the base, as shown in Figure 6-13. Figure 6-13 Installing the IBBS200T

NOTE

The installation of the IBBS200T on the base is similar to that of the APM30H. For details, see 6.2.1 Installing the APM30H Cabinet on the Concrete Floor.

Step 4 Remove the four rubber caps from the top of the IBBS200T, as shown in Figure 6-14.

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Figure 6-14 Removing the rubber caps from the top of the IBBS200T

NOTE

The four holes with the rubber caps on the top of the IBBS200T are used for connecting to the APM30H in stack mode.

Step 5 Open the front door of the IBBS200T, and then remove the retention screws from the cover plate of the cable hole on the top of IBBS200T. Then, remove the cover plate, as shown in Figure 6-15. Figure 6-15 Removing the cover plate from the IBBS200T

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Step 6 On the position where the cover plate is removed, install the cover plate for leading out the cables, and then fasten the retention screws, as shown in Figure 6-16. Figure 6-16 Installing the cover plate for leading out the cables on the IBBS200T

(1) Cover plate for leading out the cables

(2) Rubber pad

(3) IBBS200T

Step 7 Open the door of the APM30H and remove the rubber caps from the holes at the bottom of the APM30H, as shown in Figure 6-17. Figure 6-17 Removing the rubber caps from the holes at the bottom of the APM30H

Step 8 Place the APM30H from which the rubber caps are removed right on the IBBS200T, and align the cable holes at the bottom of the APM30H with the cable holes on the top of the IBBS200T. Figure 6-18 shows the APM30H on the IBBS200T.
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Figure 6-18 Stacking the APM30H on the IBBS200T

Step 9 Slightly adjust the positions of the two cabinets to ensure that the screw holes are aligned. Then, use four M12x10 bolts to connect the APM30H and IBBS200T. Step 10 Use a wrench to fasten the retention bolts clockwise so that the APM30H is secured on the IBBS200T. ----End

6.3 Installing the APM30H Components


This describes how to install the APM30H components, such as the components in the APM30H and batteries in the IBBS200T. 6.3.1 Installing the APM30H Components This describes how to install the APM30H components, such as the PMU, PSU, and user equipment. 6.3.2 Installing the Batteries in the IBBS200T The IBBS200T supports battery groups of up to 48 V 184 Ah backup power. The battery groups provide long-time backup power to the distributed base station or separated base station.

6.3.1 Installing the APM30H Components


This describes how to install the APM30H components, such as the PMU, PSU, and user equipment. 6.3.1.1 Installing the PMU/PSU
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This describes how to install the PMU and PSUs in the power subrack to enable power rectifying and monitoring. 6.3.1.2 Installing the User Equipment The APM30H provides space for user equipment.

Installing the PMU/PSU


This describes how to install the PMU and PSUs in the power subrack to enable power rectifying and monitoring.

Context

CAUTION
Take proper ESD protection measures, for example, wear an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves, to prevent electrostatic damage to the module.

Procedure
Step 1 Before installing the PMU, set the monitoring address to 3 through the DIP switch on the right panel of the PMU, as shown in Figure 6-19. Figure 6-19 Setting the DIP switch on the PMU

Step 2 Place the PMU or PSU on the guide rails of the power subrack, and then use a flat-head screwdriver to loosen the screws on the handle of the panel of the PMU or PSU, as shown in Figure 6-20.

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Figure 6-20 Loosening the handle

Step 3 Slide the PMU or PSU along the guide rails until it is in position, and then push the handle back, as shown in Figure 6-21. Figure 6-21 Installing the PMU/PSU

Step 4 Fasten the screws on the handle to secure the PMU or PSU. ----End

Installing the User Equipment


The APM30H provides space for user equipment.

Procedure
Step 1 Determine the position for installing the user equipment, as shown in Figure 6-22.

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Figure 6-22 Position for installing the user equipment

Step 2 Remove the eight M6x12 screws securing the user equipment from the columns, as shown in Figure 6-23. Figure 6-23 Removing the screws from the columns

Step 3 Place the user equipment on the guide rails and slide it slowly until the mounting ears are in contact with the columns. Then, fasten the M6x12 screws to ensure that the installation is secure, as shown in Figure 6-24.

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Figure 6-24 Installing the user equipment

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6.3.2 Installing the Batteries in the IBBS200T


The IBBS200T supports battery groups of up to 48 V 184 Ah backup power. The battery groups provide long-time backup power to the distributed base station or separated base station.

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DANGER
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Before installing the batteries, you must set the battery MCB labeled BAT. under the PMU to OFF to prevent strong current. Figure 6-25 shows the battery MCB under the PMU. Figure 6-25 Battery MCB under the PMU

During the installation, short circuits must not exist between the positive and negative poles of the batteries. All the tools such as wrenches and screwdrivers must be coated with insulating tubes. This prevents the battery from being burned and ensures your personal safety. When installing the batteries, handle with both hands. Move and place the batteries gently to avoid damage to the batteries. The installation tools must be insulated. The plastic housing of the batteries and the electrode wiring terminals must be kept intact during the installation.

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Procedure
Step 1 Place the batteries on the guide rails one by one, from bottom to top and from left to right. Then, slide them into the cabinet. Step 2 Loosen the three retention screws on the Z-shape baffle plate in the middle of the IBBS200T, and then push the Z-shape baffle plate upwards until it is in contact with the screws. Step 3 Ensure that the upper part of the Z-shape baffle plate stretches out of the cabinet. Then, fasten the three retention screws in turn.
NOTE

Move the Z-shape baffle plate upwards to prevent the upper-layer batteries from falling. If only the lowerlayer batteries are installed in the IBBS200T, you also need to move the Z-shape baffle plate upwards to prevent interference to the batteries.

Step 4 Remove the protecting hood from the wiring terminals on the batteries and connect the batteries in series by using the battery lead plates. Step 5 Connect the positive and negative power cables to the positive and negative wiring terminals on the upper-layer and lower-layer batteries respectively, as shown in Figure 6-26.
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Figure 6-26 Connecting the batteries in series

(1) A single battery (2) Battery lead plate (3) Z-shape baffle plate

(4) Positive power cable of the batteries

(5) Negative power cable of the batteries

NOTE

Figure 6-26 shows the installation of the batteries by taking the 48 V 100 Ah battery groups as an example.

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6.4 Installing the APM30H Cables


This describes how to install the APM30H cables, which are the APM30H cables and IBBS200T cables. 6.4.1 Installing the APM30H Cables This describes how to install the APM30H cables, which are the PGND cable and input power cable. 6.4.2 Installing the IBBS200T Cables This describes how to install the IBBS200T cables. The IBBS200T cables are classified into the equipotential cable, power cable, and signal cable.

6.4.1 Installing the APM30H Cables


This describes how to install the APM30H cables, which are the PGND cable and input power cable. 6.4.1.1 Installing the APM30H PGND Cable This describes how to install the APM30H PGND cable. The APM30H PGND cable, surge protector grounding cable, and grounding cable for user equipment are connected to the grounding busbar of the APM30H. 6.4.1.2 Installing the APM30H Input Power Cable
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Configured with different types of PDUs, the APM30H supports three AC input power modes, which are single-phase 220 V, three-phase 220 V, and dual-live-wire 110 V. The following procedure describes the installation of the APM30H input power cable based on three-phase 220 V AC input power mode.

Installing the APM30H PGND Cable


This describes how to install the APM30H PGND cable. The APM30H PGND cable, surge protector grounding cable, and grounding cable for user equipment are connected to the grounding busbar of the APM30H.

Context
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The grounding cables of the door, DC power distribution subrack, AC surge protector, and DC surge protector are connected before the delivery of the equipment. You need not connect these grounding cables on site.

Procedure
Step 1 Determine the position of the grounding busbar of the APM30H. Step 2 Route the grounding bus through the cable hole at the bottom of the cabinet. Lead the grounding bus into the cabinet through the left cable hole, and then fix the OT terminal of the grounding bus to the grounding busbar. Then, fasten the nuts on the grounding busbar. Step 3 The other end of the grounding bus is connected to the nearby grounding bar outdoors. Figure 6-27 shows the connections of the APM30H PGND cable. Figure 6-27 Installing the APM30H PGND cable

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Installing the APM30H Input Power Cable


Configured with different types of PDUs, the APM30H supports three AC input power modes, which are single-phase 220 V, three-phase 220 V, and dual-live-wire 110 V. The following procedure describes the installation of the APM30H input power cable based on three-phase 220 V AC input power mode.

Context
When different AC input power modes are adopted, different types of power distribution box and short-circuiting mode are used, and the corresponding cable connections are different. For details on the types of power distribution box and short-circuiting mode, see Table 3-3, different cable connections of different AC input power modes see Figure 1-4. Figure 6-28 Different cable connections of different AC input power modes

When the single-phase 220 V AC input is used, connect the L wire to one of the L1, L2, and L3 wiring terminals, and connect the N wire to the N wiring terminal. When the three-phase 220 V AC input is used, connect the L1 wire, L2 wire, and L3 wire to the corresponding L1, L2, and L3 wiring terminals respectively (remove the shortcircuiting strip first), and connect the N wire to the N wiring terminal. When the threephase five-wire input is used, connect the PE wire to the grounding bar on the side of the cabinet. When the dual-live-wire 110 V input is used, connect the L1 wire (leading AC power) to the L1 wiring terminal and L2 (leading AC power) wire to the L2 wiring terminal.

Figure 6-29 shows the AC input wiring terminals on the PDU when the three-phase 220 V AC input is used. Figure 6-29 AC wiring terminals

Procedure
Step 1 Loosen the nut and remove the transparent protecting hood from the AC input terminal block.
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Step 2 Remove the retention screws from the L1, L2, and L3 wiring terminals and then the shortcircuiting strip, as shown in Figure 6-30. Figure 6-30 Removing the short-circuiting strip

NOTE

When the single-phase 220 V AC input or dual-live-wire 110 V input is used, you do not need to remove the short-circuiting strip on the AC input terminals.

Step 3 Strip the shielding layer off the AC power cable to a proper length and make OT terminals to the L1, L2, L3, and N wires of the power cable. Step 4 Fix the OT terminals to the L1, L2, L3, and N AC input wiring terminals on the PDU respectively, and then fasten the retention screws, as shown in Figure 6-31. Step 5 Fasten the nut and secure the protecting hood. Step 6 Use cable ties to bind the AC power cable properly so that the cable is neat and elegant in appearance.

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Figure 6-31 Installing the AC input power cable

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6.4.2 Installing the IBBS200T Cables


This describes how to install the IBBS200T cables. The IBBS200T cables are classified into the equipotential cable, power cable, and signal cable. 6.4.2.1 Installing the IBBS200T Equipotential Cable When the APM30H is stacked on the IBBS200T, you must install the equipotential cable to ensure the grounding of the IBBS200T. 6.4.2.2 Installing the IBBS200T Power Cables This describes how to install the IBBS200T power cables, which are the battery power cable and TEC cooler power cable. 6.4.2.3 Installing the IBBS200T Signal Cable This describes how to install the IBBS200T signal cable, which is used to report the alarms related to the door status sensor, smoke sensor, battery temperature, and TEC module to the APM30H. The smoke sensor is optional.

Installing the IBBS200T Equipotential Cable


When the APM30H is stacked on the IBBS200T, you must install the equipotential cable to ensure the grounding of the IBBS200T.

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Procedure
Step 1 Determine the positions of the grounding busbar of the IBBS200T and APM30H. Step 2 Fix the OT terminal at one end of the equipotential cable to the grounding busbar of the APM30H. Step 3 Lead the other end of the equipotential cable through the interconnection cable holes of the two cabinets. Step 4 Fix the OT terminal at the other end of the equipotential cable to the grounding busbar of the IBBS200T, as shown in Figure 6-32. Figure 6-32 Installing the IBBS200T equipotential cable

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Installing the IBBS200T Power Cables


This describes how to install the IBBS200T power cables, which are the battery power cable and TEC cooler power cable.

Prerequisite
You must install the IBBS200T power cables before installing the batteries.

Procedure
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Before installing the battery power cable, you must set the battery MCB labeled BAT. under the PMU in the power subrack to OFF to prevent strong current. During the installation, short circuits must not exist between the positive and negative poles of the batteries. All the tools such as wrenches and screwdrivers must be coated with insulating tubes. This prevents the battery from being burned and ensures your personal safety.

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Connect the black and red cables at one end of the battery power cable to the BAT.(-) and BAT.(+) wiring terminals on the power subrack in the APM30H respectively. Route the battery power cable along the right of the APM30H, through the cable hole on the right of the APM30H, and then to the junction box of the IBBS200T. Remove the cover of the junction box, as shown in Figure 6-33. Figure 6-33 Removing the cover of the junction box

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Connect the red and black cables at the other end of the battery power cable to the wiring copper bars for the positive and negative poles of the batteries in the junction box respectively. Install the cover on the junction box and use cable ties to bind the cable so that the battery power cable is securely installed, as shown in Figure 6-34.

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Figure 6-34 Installing the battery power cable

The procedure for installing the TEC cooler power cable is as follows: 1. Connect the blue and black cables at one end of the TEC cooler power cable to the negative and positive poles of the DC output terminals on the PDU in the APM30H respectively.

When the APM30H works with the distributed base station, the TEC cooler power cable is connected to the LOAD2 terminals on the PDU. When the APM30H works with the separated base station, the TEC cooler power cable is connected to the LOAD9 terminals on the PDU.
NOTE

When the APM30H works with the distributed base station, the power cables for the TEC cooler and the fans share the LOAD2 terminal on the PDU.

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Route the TEC cooler power cable along the right of the APM30H, through the cable hole on the right of the APM30H, and then to the junction box of the IBBS200T. Remove the cover of the junction box, as shown in Figure 6-33. Connect the blue and black cables at the other end of the TEC cooler power cable to the wiring copper bars for the negative and positive poles of the batteries in the junction box respectively. Install the cover on the junction box and use cable ties to bind the cable so that the TEC cooler power cable is securely installed, as shown in Figure 6-35.

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Figure 6-35 Installing the TEC cooler power cable

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Installing the IBBS200T Signal Cable


This describes how to install the IBBS200T signal cable, which is used to report the alarms related to the door status sensor, smoke sensor, battery temperature, and TEC module to the APM30H. The smoke sensor is optional.

Prerequisite
When installing the IBBS200T signal cable, you need to strip off the 4-pin terminal of the signal cable that is connected to the HPMI. Then, connect the exposed white and blue wires to the TEC module for alarm reporting.

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CAUTION
When installing the IBBS200T signal cable, ensure that the wires for transmitting the alarm signals related to the TEC module, battery temperature, and smoke sensor are correctly connected to the positive or negative wiring terminals of the signal transfer terminals. Figure 6-36 shows the IBBS200T signal cable.

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Figure 6-36 IBBS200T signal cable

Table 6-1 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the IBBS200T signal cable. Table 6-1 Pin assignment for the wires of the IBBS200T signal cable One End X1.3 X1.2 X2.1 X2.2 X3 X4 X5 X6 The Other End X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 X13 X14 Color White Blue White Orange White Brown White Green Type Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Label TEC AlarmTEC Alarm+ BAT_TEMP Alarm+ BAT_TEMP AlarmSMOKE Alarm+ SMOKE AlarmDOOR Alarm DOOR Alarm

Procedure
Step 1 Connect one end of the IBBS200T signal cable to the signal transfer terminals on the inner side of the IBBS200T door. 1. 2. 3. Connect the white and green wires to the DOOR Alarm wiring terminals of the signal transfer terminals. Connect the white and brown wires to the SMOKE Alarm+ and SMOKE Alarm- wiring terminals of the signal transfer terminals. Connect the white and orange wires to the BAT_TEMP Alarm+ and BAT_TEMP Alarmwiring terminals of the signal transfer terminals.
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Connect the blue and white wires to the TEC Alarm+ and TEC Alarm- wiring terminals of the signal transfer terminals.

Step 2 Route the signal cable along the bottom of the IBBS200T, and then lead the cable through the cable hole on the top of the IBBS200T to the APM30H. Step 3 Connect the other end of the IBBS200T signal cable to the HPMI on the top of the APM30H. 1. 2. 3. 4. Connect the white and green wires to the Gate port on the HPMI. Connect the white and brown wires to the Smoke port on the HPMI. Connect the white and orange wires to the Bat1 Temp port on the HPMI. Connect the blue and white wires to the In3- and In3+ports of the E port on the HPMI.

Step 4 Figure 6-37 shows the connections of the IBBS200T signal cable. Figure 6-37 Installing the IBBS200T signal cable

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6.5 Sealing the Cable Holes


After the cable connections are complete, you must seal the cable holes with fireproof clay.

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After the cables of the APM30H are installed, the cable holes that should be sealed are the cable holes at the bottom of the cabinet and the cable outlets on the base.

Procedure
Step 1 Route the cables properly and bind them by using cable ties. Step 2 Seal the cable holes with fireproof clay. To seal the cable holes, do as follows:
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If the APM30H is installed on the floor, you can fill the fireproof clay only from inside of the cabinet. To fully seal the cable holes with fireproof clay, you should keep the cables in the center of the hole.

Figure 6-38 shows the fireproof clay filled from inside of the cabinet. Figure 6-38 Sealing the cable holes from inside of the cabinet

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Postrequisite

6.6 Checking the Power-On Status of the APM30H


After the APM30H is installed, you must power on the APM30H in one week.

Context

DANGER
Be careful when checking the power-on status of the APM30H. Direct contact with high-voltage or indirect contact with damp objects connected to high-voltage may cause casualties. Before power-on check, you should perform the following operations:
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Check the installation of the APM30H. For details, see APM30H Cabinet Installation Check. Check the electrical connections of the APM30H. For details, see APM30H Electrical Connection Check.

Procedure
Step 1 Ensure that the input voltage of the APM30H ranges from 176 V AC to 290 V AC and that the power switch of the equipment is set to OFF. Step 2 Set the AC input MCB SW1 of the APM30H to ON to power on the APM30H. Step 3 Turn the multimeter to the DC range and measure the voltage of the DC output terminals LOAD1 and LOAD2 in the power subrack. The normal range is from -44 V DC to -58 V DC. Step 4 Set the DC power distribution MCB to ON. Then, measure the voltage of the DC output terminal of the DC power distribution box by using the DC range of the multimeter. The normal range is from -44 V DC to -58 V DC. Step 5 Set the AC input MCB SW1 of the APM30H to OFF to power off the APM30H. Step 6 Check whether the DC backup power is normal by performing Step 3 and Step 4. Step 7 After the power-on check is complete, check the field cleanliness. For details, see APM30H Installation Environment Check. ----End

6.7 Checklist for the APM30H Hardware Installation


The checklist for the APM30H hardware installation involves the cabinet installation, electrical connections, and installation environment.

APM30H Cabinet Installation Check


Table 6-2 describes the check items for the APM30H cabinet installation. Table 6-2 Check items for the APM30H cabinet installation SN 1 2 Item The cabinet is located in compliance with the engineering design. When the APM30H is mounted on a wall, the holes of the mounting ears are aligned with the bolt holes. The mounting ears are placed against the wall securely. When the APM30H is mounted on a metal pole, the pole fixtures are secure and reliable. When the APM30H is installed on the floor, the base is securely installed. The horizontal error of the cabinet is less than 3 mm and the vertical error is not greater than 3 mm.
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Item All the bolts are tightened, especially for electrical connections. The flat washers and spring washers are completely and properly installed. The cabinet is neat and clean. The paint on the surface of the cabinet is intact. The space reserved for the user equipment is covered with filler panels. The cabinet door and the lock are functional. The locking lever is tightened. All labels, tags, and nameplates are correct, legible, and complete.

APM30H Electrical Connection Check


Table 6-3 describes the check items for the APM30H electrical connections. Table 6-3 Check items for the APM30H electrical connections SN 1 2 Item All self-made PGND cables must be copper-based with proper wire diameters. No switch, fuse, or short circuit is allowed on the cable. According to wiring diagram of the power system, check whether the grounding cables are securely connected, whether the AC lead-in and cables inside the cabinet are properly connected, and whether the screws are tightened. Ensure that no short circuit occurs in output and input cables. The redundant part of the power cable or PGND cable is stripped off rather than coiled. The lugs at both ends of the power cable or the PGND cable are securely soldered or crimped. Bare wires and lug handles at the wiring terminals are tight wrapped up using insulating tapes or heat-shrinkable tubes. The flat washers and spring washers properly fit into all wiring terminals. The connectors of all cables are securely connected, especially those at the bottom of the cabinet. All cables are bound neatly with cable ties that are arranged at even intervals, to proper tightness, and in the same direction. The power cable and PGND cable are routed separately from other cables. The cable layout allows maintenance and future expansion. All the labels at both ends of the cables are legible. The extra length of the cable ties is cut and the cut surfaces are smooth without sharp edges.
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Item The negative and positive pole of batteries are correctly connected. All the MCBs are operational in case that the working conditions of the APM30H loads are considered. In addition, when the battery MCB is set to ON and the mains is unavailable or an undervoltage occurs, the batteries supply the backup power in time.

APM30H Installation Environment Check


Table 6-4 describes the check items for the APM30H installation environment. Table 6-4 Check items for the installation environment SN 1 2 3 4 Item There are no fingerprints or other smears on the surface of the APM30H. There are no unnecessary adhesive tapes or cable ties on the cables. There are no adhesive tapes, cable ties, wastepaper, or packing bags around the APM30H. All the items around the APM30H are clean, clear, and intact.

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About This Chapter


This describes how to maintain the APM30H hardware, which are the PMU, PSUs, batteries, fans, core of the heat exchanger, PDU, AC surge protector, door status sensor, HEUA, and HPMI. 7.1 Routine Maintenance The APM30H needs regular inspection so that faults, if any, can be cleared in time. 7.2 Replacing the PMU in the APM30H When the PMU is faulty and cannot be repaired in time, you must replace it. 7.3 Replacing s PSU in the APM30H When a PSU is faulty and cannot be repaired in time, you must replace it. 7.4 Replacing the Batteries in the IBBS200T When the batteries are faulty or aged, you must replace them. You should replace all the batteries with new ones in batches. 7.5 Replacing a Fan When a fan is faulty and cannot be repaired in time, you must replace it. 7.6 Replacing the PDU This describes how to replace a faulty PDU. 7.7 Replacing a Surge Protector of the APM30H This describes how to replace a faulty surge protector in the PDU. 7.8 Replacing the Door Status Sensor This describes how to replace a faulty door status sensor. 7.9 Replacing the HEUA This describes how to replace a faulty HEUA. 7.10 Replacing the HPMI This describes how to replace a faulty HPMI.

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The APM30H needs regular inspection so that faults, if any, can be cleared in time.

Routine Maintenance Items


Table 7-1 Routine maintenance items Item Check ing Frequ ency Once half a year Once half a year Once half a year Metho d Instruction

Checking whether the output voltage is normal Checking whether the fans are operational Checking whether the LEDs are operational

Using a multime ter Visual inspecti on Visual inspecti on

For details, see 6.6 Checking the Power-On Status of the APM30H. -

For details about the LEDs on the PMU, see Table 3-8. When the alarm LED is ON, query alarms on the BAM, and then clear them.

The paint and the galvanization coating on the surface of the cabinet are not peeling off or scratched.

Once half a year

Visual inspecti on

7.2 Replacing the PMU in the APM30H


When the PMU is faulty and cannot be repaired in time, you must replace it.

Context

CAUTION
Take proper ESD protection measures, for example, wear an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves, to prevent electrostatic damage to the PMU.

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Procedure
Step 1 Remove the environment monitoring signal cable and monitoring signal cable between the PMU and the HEUA from the panel of the PMU.

CAUTION
You must plug or unplug the DB50 connector of the environment monitoring signal cable perpendicularly with both hands to prevent false alarms caused by bent pins. Step 2 Use a flat-head screwdriver to loosen the screws on the handle of the panel of the PMU. Step 3 Pull the handle gently to disconnect the buckle of the PMU from the subrack, and then remove the PMU from the anchor slot, as shown in Figure 7-1. Figure 7-1 Removing the PMU

Step 4 Set the DIP switch of the new PMU. Step 5 Place the new PMU in the corresponding slot, loosen the screws on the handle of the PMU, and then pull the handle. Step 6 Slide the PMU along the guide rails into the slot and then push the handle back. Step 7 Fasten the screws on the handle. Figure 7-2 shows the installation procedure. Figure 7-2 Installing the PMU

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Postrequisite
After replacing the PMU, check the following items:
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The cables are tightly and correctly connected. The RUN LED on the panel blinks green at 0.5 Hz after the PMU is powered on.
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After the PMU is powered on, the related alarms on the M2000 or LMT are cleared. Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty PMU.

7.3 Replacing s PSU in the APM30H


When a PSU is faulty and cannot be repaired in time, you must replace it.

Context

CAUTION
Take proper ESD protection measures, for example, wear an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves, to prevent electrostatic damage to the PSU.

Procedure
Step 1 Use a flat-head screwdriver to loosen the screws on the handle of the panel of the PSU. Step 2 Pull the handle gently to disconnect the buckle of the PSU from the subrack, and then remove the PSU from the anchor slot, as shown in Figure 7-3. Figure 7-3 Removing the PSU

Step 3 Set the DIP switch of the new PSU. Step 4 Place the new PSU in the corresponding slot, loosen the screws on the handle of the PSU, and then pull the handle. Step 5 Slide the PSU along the guide rails into the slot and then push the handle back. Step 6 Fasten the screws on the handle. Figure 7-4 shows the installation procedure.

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Postrequisite
After replacing the PSU, check the following items:
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The power LED on the panel of the PSU is steady green after the PSU is powered on. After the PSU is powered on, the related alarms on the M2000 or LMT are cleared. Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty PSU.

7.4 Replacing the Batteries in the IBBS200T


When the batteries are faulty or aged, you must replace them. You should replace all the batteries with new ones in batches.

Context

DANGER
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During the replacement, short circuits or reverse connections must not exist between the positive and negative poles of the batteries. All the tools such as wrenches and screwdrivers must be coated with insulating tubes. This prevents the battery from being burned and ensures your personal safety.

Procedure
Step 1 Set the MCB labeled BAT. on the panel of the power subrack to OFF. Step 2 Open the cabinet door. Step 3 Record the connection of each cable on the batteries. Then, disconnect the cables. Step 4 Use a screwdriver to remove the retention screws from the baffle plate, and then remove the baffle plate. Step 5 Remove the batteries on this layer with both hands and place them in a safe place.
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Step 6 Install the new batteries and baffle plates layer by layer and connect the cables according to the cable connection record. For details, see 6.3.2 Installing the Batteries in the IBBS200T.
NOTE

Install all the batteries and baffle plates from bottom to top. Install the batteries before installing the baffle plate of the upper layer.

Step 7 Close the cabinet door. Step 8 Set the MCB labeled BAT. on the panel of the power subrack to ON. ----End

Postrequisite
After replacing the batteries, check the following items:
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The batteries are securely installed. On the M2000 or LMT, the related alarms are cleared. Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty batteries.

7.5 Replacing a Fan


When a fan is faulty and cannot be repaired in time, you must replace it.

Context
Replacing the fan in the APM30H involves replacing the outer air circulation fan on the cabinet door and replacing the inner air circulation fan on the top of the cabinet.

Procedure
Step 1 The procedure for replacing the inner air circulation fan is as follows: 1. Set the MCB controlling the fan on the panel of the PDU to OFF.
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Remove the cover from the transfer terminal box on the inner side of the cabinet door, and then disconnect the cable of the fan, as shown in Figure 7-5.

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Figure 7-5 Disconnecting the cable of the fan

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Remove the screws from the cover plate on the inner side of the cabinet door, and then remove the cover plate. Use a screwdriver to pry the rubber caps off the cable outlets, and then pull the cable of the fan out. Remove the four retention screws fixing the cover plate of the fan, and then remove the side pallet from the fan, as shown in Figure 7-6.

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Figure 7-6 Removing the cover plate from the fan

6. 7. 8. 9.

Remove the four screws fixing the fan from the side pallet, and then remove the fan. Lead the cable of the new fan through the holes on the side pallet and fix the fan on the installation position. Secure the side pallet of the fan, and then lead the cable of the fan through the cable hole on the cabinet door to the wiring terminal. Bind the cable of the fan.

10. Reinstall the cover plate on the inner side of the cabinet door and the cover on the transfer terminal box securely. Step 2 The procedure for replacing the outer air circulation fan is as follows: 1. 2. 3. Remove the retention screws from the fan box on the top of the cabinet, and then remove the fan box. Strip off the cable ties binding the cable of the fan on the top of the fan box. Remove the retention screws from the cover plate of the fan box and remove the cover plate gently. Then, disconnect the cable of the fan which connects to the HEUA and record the installation position of the cable of the fan on the HEUA, as shown in Figure 7-7.

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Figure 7-7 Removing the side pallet of the fan

4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Remove the four screws fixing the fan from the side pallet, and then remove the fan. Lead the cable of the new fan through the holes on the side pallet and fix the fan on the installation position. Connect the cable of the new fan according to the recorded installation position. Fasten the retention screws on the cover plate of the fan box and bind the cable of the fan. Reinstall the fan box to the top of the cabinet securely.

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The fan is properly installed and the cable connections are correct and secure. After the fan is powered on, the related alarms on the M2000 or LMT are cleared. Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty fan.

7.6 Replacing the PDU


This describes how to replace a faulty PDU.

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DANGER
Power off the APM30H before replacing the PDU to prevent personal injuries.

Procedure
Step 1 Power off the APM30H. Step 2 Set the MCB labeled BAT. on the panel of the power subrack to OFF. Step 3 Disconnect all the cables on the panel of the PDU and those led out of the PDU such as AC input power cable, AC and DC output power cables, and AC and DC surge protection signal cables. Then, attach labels to the cables and record the cable connections. Step 4 Loosen and then remove the M6x12 screws fixing the PDU from the mounting bar. Then, remove the PDU. Step 5 Slide the new PDU along the guide rails in the installation position, and then fasten the removed M6x12 screws. Step 6 Connect the cables to the wiring terminals on the PDU according to the labels on the disconnected cables in Step 3. Step 7 Check the cable connections and ensure that they are correct. Then, power on the APM30H. Step 8 Set the MCB labeled BAT. on the panel of the power subrack and all the MCBs on the PDU to ON. ----End

Postrequisite
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The PDU is securely installed and the cable connections are correct. The DC outputs of the PDU are normal. After the PDU is powered on, the related alarms on the M2000 or LMT are cleared. Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty PDU.

7.7 Replacing a Surge Protector of the APM30H


This describes how to replace a faulty surge protector in the PDU.

Context

DANGER
Power off the APM30H before removing the PDU to prevent personal injuries.
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The AC and DC surge protectors of the APM30H are positioned in the PDU. Remove the PDU before replacing a surge protector.

Procedure
Step 1 Power off the APM30H. Step 2 Set the MCB labeled BAT. on the panel of the power subrack to OFF. Step 3 Disconnect all the cables on the panel of the PDU and those led out of the PDU such as AC input power cable, AC and DC output power cables, and AC and DC surge protection signal cables. Then, attach labels to the cables and record the cable connections. Step 4 Loosen and remove the M6x12 screws fixing the PDU from the mounting bar, and then remove the PDU. Step 5 Loosen the screws on the cover plate of the PDU, and then remove the cover plate. Step 6 Disconnect the power cables, grounding cables, and alarm cables from the surge protector. Step 7 Loosen the retention screws on the surge protector, and then remove the surge protector. Figure 7-8 AC and DC surge protectors in the PDU

Step 8 Install the new surge protector in the corresponding position, and then connect the power cables, grounding cables, and alarm cables correctly. Step 9 Reinstall the cover plate and fasten the screws. Step 10 Slide the PDU along the guide rails in the installation position, and then fasten the removed M6x12 screws. Step 11 Connect the cables to the wiring terminals on the PDU according to the labels on the disconnected cables in Step 3. Step 12 Check the cable connections and ensure that they are correct. Then, power on the APM30H. Step 13 Set the MCB labeled BAT. on the front panel of the power subrack to ON. ----End

Postrequisite
After replacing the surge protector of the APM30H, check the following items:
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The surge protectors are securely installed and the cable connections are correct. After the surge protector is powered on, the related alarms on the M2000 or LMT are cleared. Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty surge protector.

7.8 Replacing the Door Status Sensor


This describes how to replace a faulty door status sensor.

Context
The door status sensor is hot-swappable.

Procedure
Step 1 Open the front door and remove the cover of the door status sensor, as shown in Figure 7-9. Figure 7-9 Removing the cover of the door status sensor

Step 2 Disconnect the alarm cable from the door status sensor and record the cable connection. Step 3 Remove the two retention screws from the door status sensor, and then remove the door status sensor. Step 4 Install a new door status sensor in the position and fasten the screws. Step 5 Connect the alarm cable to the door status sensor according to the cable connection record, and then install the cover. ----End

Postrequisite
After replacing the door status sensor, check the following items:
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7.9 Replacing the HEUA


This describes how to replace a faulty HEUA.

Context
The HEUA is the heat exchange monitoring unit.

Procedure
Step 1 Set the MCB controlling the HEUA on the panel of the PDU to OFF.
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Step 2 Disconnect the cables on the front panel of the HEUA in turn, and then attach labels to the cables and record the cable connections. Step 3 Remove the two screws from the 3V3 port on the front panel of the HEUA. Step 4 Remove the cover plate of the fan, as shown in Figure 7-10. Figure 7-10 Removing the cover plate of the fan

Step 5 Poke a flat-head screwdriver through the hole in the front of the fan box, and then loosen the two screws in the front of the HEUA board. Step 6 Remove the two screws at the rear of the HEUA, and then remove the HEUA, as shown in Figure 7-11.
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Figure 7-11 Removing the HEUA

Step 7 Install the new HEUA, and then fasten the retention screws on the four corners to ensure that the HEUA is secure. Step 8 Reinstall the cover plate of the fan. Step 9 Connect the cables to front panel of the HEUA in turn according to the labels. Step 10 Set the MCB controlling the HEUA on the panel of the PDU to ON. ----End

Postrequisite
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7.10 Replacing the HPMI


This describes how to replace a faulty HPMI.

Context
The HPMI transfers the power monitoring signals.

Procedure
Step 1 Set the MCB controlling the HPMI on the panel of the PDU to OFF.
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When the APM30H works with the separated base station, the MCB controlling the HPMI is SW4.

Step 2 Disconnect the cables on the front panel of the HPMI in turn, and then attach labels to the cables and record the cable connections. Step 3 Remove the cover plate of the fan, as shown in Figure 7-12. Figure 7-12 Removing the cover plate of the fan

Step 4 Remove the four retention screws on the corners of the HPMI, and then remove the HPMI, as shown in Figure 7-13. Figure 7-13 Removing the HPMI

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Step 5 Install the new HPMI, and then fasten the retention screws on the four corners to ensure that the HPMI is secure. Step 6 Reinstall the cover plate of the fan. Step 7 Connect the cables to front panel of the HPMI in turn according to the labels. Step 8 Set the MCB controlling the HPMI on the panel of the PDU to ON. ----End

Postrequisite
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