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FibeAir ® Outdoor Enclosure Product Description Complete Wireless Solution for All-Ooutdoor Environments Part ID:

FibeAir ® Outdoor Enclosure Product Description

FibeAir ® Outdoor Enclosure Product Description Complete Wireless Solution for All-Ooutdoor Environments Part ID:

Complete Wireless Solution for All-Ooutdoor Environments

Part ID: BM-0165-0

Doc ID: DOC-00024695 Rev a.00 April 2010

Introduction Ceragon’s FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure allows operators to set up complete wireless backhaul networks in

Introduction

Ceragon’s FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure allows operators to set up complete wireless backhaul networks in all- outdoor environments using a multi-unit design ideal for any pole-mount, wall or roof-top installation.

The fully weather proof solution provides the same advanced FibeAir family feature set in a compact, zero footprint casing and is best suited for sites where adding indoor equipment is either impossible or prohibitively expensive.

Key Features

5 RU 19” rack space - 4 RUs for IDUs, 1 RU for panels and cablingeither impossible or prohibitively expensive. Key Features Installation anywhere - on a rooftop, wall, or pole

Installation anywhere - on a rooftop, wall, or polerack space - 4 RUs for IDUs, 1 RU for panels and cabling Passive heat exchange

Passive heat exchange - no need for air conditioning systemscabling Installation anywhere - on a rooftop, wall, or pole Support for the same FibeAir product

Support for the same FibeAir product line used for indoor deploymentPassive heat exchange - no need for air conditioning systems External battery backup solution with enclosure

External battery backup solution with enclosure (Optional)for the same FibeAir product line used for indoor deployment Heating unit for frigid environments (Optional)

Heating unit for frigid environments (Optional)External battery backup solution with enclosure (Optional) Easy installation and maintenance Acronyms and Abbreviations

Easy installation and maintenance(Optional) Heating unit for frigid environments (Optional) Acronyms and Abbreviations CAPEX CAPital Expenditures

Acronyms and Abbreviations

CAPEX

CAPital Expenditures

CB

Control Board

E1

Fiber optic line type

FE

Fast Ethernet

GbE

Gigabit Ethernet

HSB

Hot StandBy

IDU

InDoor Unit

IP

International Protocol

LED

Light-Emitting Diode

LTE

Long Term Evolution

NEBS

Network Equipment Building System

ODU

OutDoor Unit

OE

Outdoor Enclosure

RTN

"Raytheon"

RU

Rack Unit

STM-1

Synchronous Transfer Module level 1

T1

Fiber optic line type

TDM

Time Division Multiplexing

WiMAX

Worldwide interoperability for Microwave Access

Product Overview The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure enables operators to minimize logistics, reduce floor space and

Product Overview

The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure enables operators to minimize logistics, reduce floor space and decrease rental costs. It requires zero additional footprint at the central office or communications room, and helps to significantly reduce power consumption, maintenance and operational expenditures. The FibeAir outdoor enclosure offers versatile deployment scenarios including protected Ethernet and TDM rings, complex nodal configurations and radio schemes, such as 1+1, 2+2, 4+0 in an all outdoor environment.

The solution complies with NEBS, FCC and European electrical, environmental and safety standards as well as with IP-55 certification for water and dust proofing.

as with IP-55 certification for water and dust proofing. The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure is a light

The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure is a light weight, heat-exchanging based enclosure, which can be installed anywhere (on a pole, wall or roof floor).

The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure uses the same hardware and software as the regular Ceragon product lines. At the first stage, it fits the IP-10 (up to four) and 1500R (up to two) FibeAir Indoor Units:

(up to four) and 1500R (up to two) FibeAir Indoor Units: FibeAir IP-10 FibeAir 1500R FibeAir

FibeAir IP-10

and 1500R (up to two) FibeAir Indoor Units: FibeAir IP-10 FibeAir 1500R FibeAir ® Outdoor Enclosure

FibeAir 1500R

The following configurations are supported: • 1+0 and 1+1 HSB configurations (including protection panel), 2+0

The following configurations are supported:

1+0 and 1+1 HSB configurations (including protection panel), 2+0 and up to 4+0 or 2+2.

TDM XC/grooming, Including IP-10G nodal enclosure (I+) usage

Packet switch solution

External fans can be installed to handle high power configurations.

Heaters can be handled to ensure proper functioning in very cold environments, including cold start on -40 degrees.

Backup batteries solution with additional enclosure is available.

The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure can be locked to ensure security, and automatic warning can be generated in the case of door opening or fan malfunction.

Unit Basic Structure The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure is an easily transporta ble structure for indoor

Unit Basic Structure

Unit Basic Structure The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure is an easily transporta ble structure for indoor microwave

The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure is an easily transportable structure for indoor microwave units, which can be deployed in any kind of outdoor environment.

The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure includes five rack units (RUs) 19" rack space:

Four RUs for indoor units (IDUs).

One RU for panels and cables.

The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure features are the following:

Installation anywhere on a rooftop, wall or pole.

Passive heat exchange, avoiding the need for air conditioning systems.

Support for the same FibeAir product line used for indoor equipment.

Optional external battery backup solution (with its own enclosure).

Optional heating unit for very cold environments.

Compliance with NEBS, FCC and European electrical, environmental and safety standards.

IP-55 certification for water and dust proofing.

To alleviate security concerns, the enclosure door can be locked. When the door is opened, it can generate a "door open" External Input alarm on a Ceragon network element inside the enclosure.

The enclosure 5 RU size makes it suitable for deployment in both tail and aggregation sites, and in redundancy applications requiring 1+1 equipment protection.

Overall Dimensions The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure's dimensions are the following: • Height: 18.5 in /

Overall Dimensions

Overall Dimensions The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure's dimensions are the following: • Height: 18.5 in / 47

The FibeAir Outdoor Enclosure's dimensions are the following:

Height: 18.5 in / 47 cm

Width: 24 in / 61 cm

Depth: 17 in / 43 cm

On-Site Replaceable Components

The following components can be replaced or installed on-site:

Controller Board (CB)

Fan Drawer (internal fans)

External Fan Backpack

Heater

General Equipment Specifications The general equipment specifications ar e summarized in the following table.  

General Equipment Specifications

The general equipment specifications are summarized in the following table.

 

Height: 18.5 in / 47 cm

External Dimensions

Width: 24 in / 61 cm

Depth: 17 in / 43 cm

Weight

55 Pounds / 25 kg

Rack Space

5 RUs – Four for Indoor Units, one for panels and cables

Indoor Units (IDUs)

Ceragon FibeAir IP-10 (up to four units), including two nodal enclosures (for 1+1) and any required adaptation/patch panel.

Ceragon FibeAir 1500R (up to two units).

Environmental

ETSI EN 300 019-1-4 (Stationary use at non-weather protected locations).

Standards

GR-487-CORE

Compliance

IEC 529 IP- 55 protected cabinet (dust & water)

 

UL60950-1 (Safety)

FCC 47 CFR, part 15, class B (EMC)

Safety and

GR-1089-CORE (Safety & EMC part of NEBS)

Electromagnetic

CSA CS22.2 60950-1 (Safety)

Standards (EMC)

Compliance

ETSI EN 301 489-1

ETSI EN 301 489-4 (EMC)

CB IEC 60950-1 (Safety)

Power Consumption

The OE power consumption (not including the IDUs hosted within the enclosure and the ODUs powered by the IDUs) is 16 W, when only the internal fans are installed and 30 W when the external fans are also installed.

When the internal heater is installed and functioning, another 250 W will be consumed.

The total power consumption of the IDUs installed in the enclosure (not including the ODUs powered by the IDUs) must not exceed 90 W, when only the internal fans are installed and 200 W when the external fans are also installed.

Total power consumption, including IDUs, ODUs and the enclosure must not exceed 800 W.

Thermal Management

The temperature range covered exceeds the temperature range of -5 0 C through +55 0 C for which the IDUs are designed.

Higher temperatures are managed using internal fans, and, when available, external fans.

Lower temperatures are managed using a heating device.

A temperature sensor, located on the control board, controls the starting and stopping of the fans and/or heater.

Components and Functional Description Controller Board The following photo shows the controller board. The controller

Components and Functional Description

Controller Board

The following photo shows the controller board.

Board The following photo shows the controller board. The controller board contains the following components: Main

The controller board contains the following components:

Main Power Input

The Controller Board contains two separate power input connectors marked A and B. Input A is the main battery input while input B may be used as a back-up/redundant battery input.

On the right side of the board, there are two entries for -48V power input, Power A and Power B, with two fuses (plus and minus). There is a Fuses OK LED, and a Power Available LED for each power input.

A spare fuse enables immediate replacement of a defective fuse.

The card assembly contains both the main power on-board connector and the corresponding cable connector with screw terminals suitable for cable cross section of up to 6 mm 2 . No special tools are needed for cable installation.

RTN (BATTERY +) ‐ 48V (BATTERY ‐ ) Parameter Unit Min. Nom. Max. Value Value
RTN (BATTERY +) ‐ 48V (BATTERY ‐ ) Parameter Unit Min. Nom. Max. Value Value

RTN (BATTERY +) 48V (BATTERY )

Parameter

Unit

Min.

Nom.

Max.

Value

Value

Value

Input voltage

V

DC

40.5

48

57

Maximum input current

A

   

20

Power Output to IDUs

The controller board contains barrier strip connectors for -48 V power input to the IDUs inside the enclosure.

The connectors are located in the front part of the board:

The connectors are located in the front part of the board: -48V R ΤΝ Four connectors
The connectors are located in the front part of the board: -48V R ΤΝ Four connectors

-48V

RΤΝ

Four connectors transmit the power coming from the main power input A to the IDUs and two connectors transmit the power coming from the main power input B.

The IDU power cable supplied with each IDU may be used to connect the IDU to the controller board.

Alarm Outputs to IDUs The controller board contains a dual F/F DB9 connector to connect

Alarm Outputs to IDUs

The controller board contains a dual F/F DB9 connector to connect the local alarms to the IDU external connector.

The alarm signals are duplicated for both DB9s for 1+1 hot-standby schemes.

A straight DB9 female (IDU side) to DB9 male (controller board side) cable must be used to connect to the IDU.

The following alarms are available:

Alarm #1 - Internal Fan Failure: The alarm will be set when one or both of the internal fans fail.

Alarm #2 - External Fan Failure: The alarm will be set when one or both of the external fans fail.

Note: Since external fans are optional, this alarm should be ignored when external fans are not installed.

Alarm #3 - Door Switch or Local Alarm #3:

If the door switch is connected, the Alarm will be set when the door is opened.

If the door switch is not connected, Alarm #3 may be used for any required local alarm.

Alarm #4 - Heater or Local Alarm #4: The alarm will be set whenever the temperature drops below the temperature at which the heater should start operating (-6 0 C) but the heater failed or no heater was installed.

Note: Since the heater is optional, this alarm should be ignored when the heater is not installed.

Alarm #5 - Local Alarm #5

Note: When the Local Alarms 3, 4 and/or 5 are in use, the second alarm wire for each of them must be connected to the Alarm Reference connector on the Control Board.

connected to the Alarm Reference connector on the Control Board. FibeAir ® Outdoor Enclosure Product Description
Heat Dissipation, Internal Fans Two internal fans (80x80x38 mm, 48 V, 0.16 A, 4900 rp

Heat Dissipation, Internal Fans

Two internal fans (80x80x38 mm, 48 V, 0.16 A, 4900 rpm, 68.51 CFM at zero air flow -Delta FFB0848SHE or equivalent) ensure heat dissipation, when needed.

There are three wires per fan: two for power and one is a run/stop indicator, which starts an alarm.

Note: The alarm of a fan that is not supposed to operate is masked.

When the temperature inside the enclosure reaches 8 o C, the fans start working.

When the temperature inside the enclosure drops to 2 o C, the fans stop working.

The internal fans give a heat dispersion of 90 W, which is usually sufficient for the current IDU models. However, this may not be enough for IDU models of the future or for installations in very hot climates. For such conditions, backpack external fans can be installed, enabling to dissipate heat of 200-250 W.

The controller board includes Fan failed indication LEDs.

Heat Dissipation, External Fans

Two external fans, (92x92x25.4 mm, 48 V, 0.14 A, 6.72 W, 3200 RPM, 70.21 CFM at zero air flow, weather-protected – IP55 –Delta FFB0948HH or equivalent) can be installed.

When the temperature inside the enclosure reaches 25 o C, the fans start working.

When the temperature inside the enclosure drops to 19 o C, the fans stop working.

Heating System

In very cold climates, it may be necessary to install one or two heaters. Each heater module's specifications are 48 V, 250 W – SAIP's 04640.2.

When the temperature inside the enclosure drops below -6 o C, the heater(s) start working.

When the temperature inside the enclosure reaches 0 o C, the heater(s) stop working.

Note: In the temperature range at which the heaters function, the fans are not in operation. If they were, the functionality of the heater would be reduced as the generated heat would be blown out of the enclosure.

Note: Fans and heaters can be fed from either Power A or Power B.

On-Board Alarm Indications The following is a list of alarm indications: • External fan "

On-Board Alarm Indications

The following is a list of alarm indications:

External fan "FAN FAIL" indication: Each of the fans has a dedicated red LED, which is set whenever the corresponding fan is to due to operate according to the enclosure temperature, but fails to operate because of fan malfunction or disconnection of the fan cable. Since external fans are optional, this alarm should be ignored when external fans are not installed.

External fan "FUSE" indication: A green LED is on, indicating that the fuse is functional and not "burnt".

Internal fan "FAN FAIL" indication: Each of the fans has a dedicated red LED, which will be set whenever the corresponding fan is to due to operate according to the enclosure temperature, but fails because of fan malfunction or disconnection of the fan cable.

Internal fan "FUSE" indication: A green LED is on, indicating that the fuse is functional and not "burnt".

Heater "FAIL" indication: The heater has a dedicated red LED, which is set to operate according to the enclosure temperature, but fails to operate due to heater malfunction or disconnection of the heater cable.

Heater "FUSE" indication: A green LED is on, indicating that the fuse is functional and is not "burnt".

"DOOR TEST" indication: A red LED is set when the enclosure door is opened. Note: The LED indication is operational only when the external alarms cable from the controller board to an IDU is not connected.

Main -48 V power "AVAIL" indication: A green LED is on when power is available on the main power cable.

Main -48 V power "FUSE" indication: A green LED is on when both the -48 V and RTN fuses are operational and not "burnt".

Test Connector

The controller board includes a test connector, which is used by a Ceragon technician to check the good functioning of the various components.

Door Holder The door holder is a metal bar, fixed at the upper part of

Door Holder

The door holder is a metal bar, fixed at the upper part of the door. It can be released and attached to the upper part of the enclosure, thus ensuring that the door remains in place while a technician tests the good functioning of the components inside the enclosure, installs a heater or replaces defective parts.

enclosure, installs a heater or replaces defective parts. Door Opening Switch A switch maintains the door

Door Opening Switch

A switch maintains the door closed, and enables opening of the door.

Locking the Door

A padlock may be set on the door in order to lock it, as shown in the following illustration.

Padlock
Padlock
Pocket for Documentation The door includes a pocket where the installation instructions or any other

Pocket for Documentation

The door includes a pocket where the installation instructions or any other related document can be found.

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