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APM30H V100R004C02 Product
Description V1.1(20081202)


Issue V1.1
Date 2008-12-02

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About This Document
Author
Prepared by Huang Changhua Date 2008-12-02
Reviewed by Date
Approved by Date

Summary
This document describes the features and specifications of the APM30H, IBBS200T, and
TMC11H.
This document includes:
Chapter Details
1 Introduction to the APM30H This chapter describes the background and positioning
of the product.
2 Features of the APM30H This chapter describes the functions, installation mode,
environment adaptability, and maintainability of the
product.
3 Product Description This chapter describes the appearance, structure, and
functions of the product.
4 Technical Specifications This chapter describes the electrical specifications and
engineering specifications of the product.
5 Typical Application Scenarios This chapter describes the typical application scenarios
of the product.


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History
Issue Details Date Author Approved by
V1.0 Initial formal release. Huang Changhua
V1.1 Second formal release 2008-12-02 Huang Changhua



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Contents
1 Introduction to the APM30H ...................................................................................................... 6
1.1 Background ...................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.2 Product Positioning .......................................................................................................................................... 6
2 Features of the APM30H .............................................................................................................. 7
2.1 Functions .......................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.2 Installation Mode ............................................................................................................................................. 7
2.3 Environment Adaptability ................................................................................................................................ 7
2.4 Maintainability ................................................................................................................................................. 8
3 Product Description ...................................................................................................................... 9
3.1 APM30H .......................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.1.1 Appearance and Structure of the APM30H ............................................................................................. 9
3.1.2 Functions of the APM30H .................................................................................................................... 10
3.1.3 Cable Connections of the APM30H ...................................................................................................... 13
3.2 IBBS200T ...................................................................................................................................................... 14
3.2.1 Appearance and Structure of the IBBS200T ......................................................................................... 14
3.2.2 Functions of the IBBS200T .................................................................................................................. 16
3.3 TMC11H ........................................................................................................................................................ 17
3.3.1 Appearance and Structure of the TMC11H ........................................................................................... 17
3.3.2 Functions of the TMC11H .................................................................................................................... 18
4 Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................ 20
4.1 Electrical Specifications of the APM30H....................................................................................................... 20
4.2 Engineering Specifications ............................................................................................................................. 22
4.2.1 Engineering Specifications of the APM30H ......................................................................................... 22
4.2.2 Engineering Specifications of the IBBS200T ....................................................................................... 23
4.2.3 Engineering Specifications of the TMC11H ......................................................................................... 24
5 Typical Application Scenarios.................................................................................................. 26
5.1 APM30H Working with Distributed Base Stations ........................................................................................ 26
5.1.1 APM30H Without Built-in Batteries ..................................................................................................... 26
5.1.2 APM30H with the IBBS200T ............................................................................................................... 27
5.2 APM30H Working with Separated Macro Base Stations ............................................................................... 27

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1 Introduction to the APM30H
1.1 Background
The APM30H, an advanced power module cooled by the built-in heat exchanger, is designed
to operate in low-air-quality areas where heat dissipation of the cabinet always deteriorates
due to dust block. In addition, the APM30H can work with the diesel generator. In one word,
the air quality has little impact on the performance of the APM30H.
1.2 Product Positioning
The APM30H targets at the countries and regions with poor air quality.
The APM30H provides a comprehensive solution for distributed base stations and separated
macro base stations in terms of the following aspects:
Power distribution
Surge protection
Installation of the BBU and transmission equipment
Cable connections
DC power backup
The rollout of the APM30H meets the requirements of fast network construction.

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2 Features of the APM30H
2.1 Functions
The APM30H applies to the distributed base stations and separated macro base stations. It
provides space for installing the BBU and transmission equipment. The APM30H performs
the following functions:
-48 V DC power and battery backup power supply
Battery management
Surge protection
Monitoring and communication of the power system
Temperature control
The IBBS200T, an integrated battery backup system with a TEC cooler configured on the
inner side of the cabinet door, is adaptable to high ambient temperature. In this way, a normal
operating temperature can be guaranteed for the batteries, and the life span of the batteries can
be prolonged. The IBBS200T can provide a maximum backup power of 48 V 184 Ah.
The TMC11H, an 11-U-high transmission cabinet cooled by a built-in heat exchanger,
provides nine DC power inputs and a space of 11 U for the transmission equipment.
2.2 Installation Mode
The APM30H can be installed on the rooftop or concrete floor. It can be also installed with
the IBBS200T or RF cabinet in stack mode.
2.3 Environment Adaptability
In structural design, the APM30H can protect itself from the damage caused by the water,
moisture, mould, corrosion, and theft. The holes in the exterior of the APM30H cabinet
help prevent the entry of foreign objects into the cabinet. The APM30H is applicable to
the outdoor environment.
Heat dissipation of the APM30H is based on the heat exchanger system that consists of a
core and two air circulation fans. This can effectively avoid the invasion of dust. The
APM30H can also work with the diesel generator.
The APM30H can protect the AC power supply socket against lightning stroke.
Therefore, the APM30H can be installed on a rooftop, on a mountain top, or in the

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remote rural area where lightning strokes frequently occur or electromagnetic
interference is strong.
The built-in rectifier of the APM30H can work within a wide range of AC voltages. The
input voltage range corresponding to the rated power of the rectifier is from 176 V AC to
290 V AC.
The APM30H has a good control of internal temperature and works at a temperature
ranging from -40C to +50C.
2.4 Maintainability
The cables are led out from the bottom of the APM30H cabinet. You can replace faulty parts,
maintain the external ports, and connect the cables from the front of the APM30H. The
rectifier and the monitoring modules are hot-swappable. This facilitates maintenance for the
APM30H.

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3 Product Description
3.1 APM30H
3.1.1 Appearance and Structure of the APM30H
Figure 3-1 shows the APM30H.
Figure 3-1 APM30H (with the base)



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

(1) HPMI (2) Inner air circulation fan (3) HEUA (4) Power system (AC/DC)
(5) PDU (6) Outer air circulation fan (7) Core of the heat exchanger

3.1.2 Functions of the APM30H
The APM30H applies to the distributed base stations and separated macro base stations. It
provides space for installing the BBU and transmission equipment. The APM30H performs
the following functions:
-48 V DC power and battery backup power supply
Battery management
Surge protection
Monitoring and communication of the power system
Temperature control
For details on the functions of the APM30H, see Table 3-1.

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Table 3-1 Functions of the APM30H
Item Description
Installation space for the
transmission equipment
The APM30H provides a space of 2 U to 7 U for installing the
transmission equipment.
Built-in PSUs

The PSUs convert the input AC mains into -48 V DC power.

The PSUs are hot-swappable.
Built-in PMU

The PMU manages the PSUs and the charge and discharge of
the batteries.

The PMU provides an RS485 communication port and the
port for seven Boolean alarm signals 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.
AC power distribution

The APM30H provides an AC/DC built-in power system.
When configured with a suitable power distribution box, the
built-in power system can support different input power such
as 220 V single-phase AC input, 220 V three-phase AC
input, and 110 V AC dual-live-wire input.

The built-in power system provides two AC power outputs.
Surge protection for the
power supply and signal
ports
In the APM30H, the lightning protection circuit is designed for
the dry contact alarm ports, the communication ports, and the
built-in lightning protection module at the AC/DC power
supply ports. In this way, the APM30H provides safe and
reliable surge protection and inductive lightning protection.
Heat dissipation The core of the heat exchanger and fans in the APM30H work
together for heat dissipation. Therefore, the APM30H is
adaptable to the variation of ambient temperature.
Grounding The grounding bus of the cabinet, the grounding cable of the
surge protector, and the grounding cables of other devices are
connected to the grounding bar of the cabinet.
DC power distribution The PDU configured for DC power distribution varies with the
AC input mode and application scenario. For details, see Table
3-2.

Table 3-2 describes the DC power distribution functions of the APM30H working with the
distributed base station.

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Table 3-2 DC power distribution functions of the APM30H working with the distributed base
station
Application
Scenario
Working with the distributed base station
AC Input Mode Three-phase
220/380 V AC
Single-phase
220 V AC
110 V AC dual-live-wire
PDU Type PDU-01 PDU-03
PDU-01/PDU-03
DC Power to RRU BBU AFMU TM
DC Output
Terminal
LOAD4 to
LOAD9
LOAD3 LOAD2 LOAD0 and
LOAD1
MCB
Specification
20 A 12 A 12 A 4 A
MCB Quantity 6 1 1 2
Remarks The six 20 A
MCBs control
six DC outputs
for the power
supply of six to
twelve 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 HEUA.
Two 4 A
MCBs control
two DC
outputs to
supply power
to the
transmission
equipment.

Table 3-3 describes the DC power distribution functions of the APM30H working with the
separated macro base station.

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Table 3-3 DC power distribution functions of the APM30H working with the separated macro
base station
Application
Scenario
Working with the separated macro base station
AC Input Mode Three-phase
220/380 V AC
Single-phase
220 V AC
110 V AC dual-live-wire
PDU Type PDU-02 PDU-04
PDU-02/PDU-04
DC Power to DCDU-02
in the RF
cabinet
DCDU-03 in
the
transmission
cabinet
BBU AFMU TM
DC Output
Terminal
LOAD7 to
LOAD9
LOAD6 LOAD5 LOAD4 LOAD0
and
LOAD3
MCB
Specification
30 A 30 A 12 A 12 A 4 A
MCB Quantity 3 1 1 1 4
Remarks Three 30 A
MCBs
control
three DC
outputs
respectively
to supply
power to the
RF cabinet.
Each MCB
supports
three RFUs.
The DC
output
power is
reserved.
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 HEUA.
Four 4 A
MCBs
control
four DC
outputs to
supply
power to
the
transmissio
n
equipment.

3.1.3 Cable Connections of the APM30H
Table 3-4 describes the cable connections of the APM30H.
Table 3-4 Cable connections of the APM30H
Item Description
AC input terminal The 220 V AC single-phase input, 220 V AC three-phase
input, or 110/120 V AC dual-live-wire input power can be
supported with a suitable PDU. For details, see Table 3-2.
AC output terminal Providing two AC outputs for the heating film or heater
DC output terminal Providing 10 DC outputs, one of which for battery charge

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Item Description
Grounding bar Eight grounding terminals on the grounding bar
Boolean alarm port

Supporting five Boolean inputs and two Boolean outputs

NOTE:
Ensure that the Boolean alarm cable is not grounded during
installation.

Wiring terminals on the
HPMI
Wiring terminals for alarm input and output
Wiring terminals on the
HEUA
DC input wiring terminal and fan alarm wiring terminal
Inlet/outlet for the optical
cable or the E1 cable of
transmission equipment
Cables led out of the cabinet from the four cable holes in
the bottom of the cabinet
Inlet/outlet for the optical
cable or the IF cable

3.2 IBBS200T
3.2.1 Appearance and Structure of the IBBS200T
Figure 3-3 shows the IBBS200T.

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Figure 3-3 IBBS200T (with the base)


Figure 3-4 shows the internal structure of the IBBS200T.

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Figure 3-4 Internal structure of the IBBS200T

(1) Heat
insulation
foam
(2) TEC (3) Signal transfer
terminals
(4) Power transfer
terminals for the TEC
(5) Junction
box


Signals from the door status sensor, TEC, battery temperature sensor, and smoke sensor are sent to
the signal transfer terminals.
The junction box contains the wiring copper bars, MCBs of the battery groups, and MCB of the
TEC.
3.2.2 Functions of the IBBS200T
The IBBS200T is adaptable to high ambient temperature. In this way, a normal operating
temperature can be guaranteed for the batteries, and the life span of the batteries can be
prolonged.
The IBBS200T can be configured with 48 V 92 Ah, 48 V 50 Ah, 48 V 100 Ah (two groups of
48 V 50 Ah batteries), and 48 V 184 Ah batteries (two groups of 48 V 92 Ah batteries). The
IBBS200T is used with the APM30H to meet the power backup requirements of distributed
base stations and separated macro base stations for a long period of time.

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3.3 TMC11H
3.3.1 Appearance and Structure of the TMC11H
Figure 3-5 shows the TMC11H.
Figure 3-5 TMC11H (with the base)


Figure 3-6 shows the internal structure of the TMC11H.

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Figure 3-6 Internal structure of the TMC11H

(1) Filler panel (2) Inner air circulation fan (3) HEUA
(4) DCDU-03 (5) Outer air circulation fan (6) Core of the heat exchanger

3.3.2 Functions of the TMC11H
The TMC11H provides installation space for and supplies DC power to the customer
equipment. Table 3-5 describes the functions of the TMC11H.
Table 3-5 Functions of the TMC11H
Item Description
-48 V DC power The TMC11H is configured with -48 V DCDU and performs the following
functions:

Supporting one -48 V DC input


Providing nine -48 V DC outputs (LOAD0 to LOAD8) for the customer
equipmentNOTE:
The DCDU can be configured with MCBs of different specifications to meet the power
distribution requirements of distributed base stations and separated macro base stations
according to different scenarios.

Installation space for the
customer equipment

The TMC11H provides a space of 11 U for the customer equipment.

If an AC heater is installed in the cabinet, the TMC11H provides a space of 10 U
for the customer equipment.


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Item Description
Alarm reporting

The TMC11H provides three ports transmitting three pairs of dry contact alarm
signals for remote and unmanned monitoring.


Dry contact port 1: connects to the door status sensor. An open circuit indicates
that the connection is faulty, whereas a closed circuit indicates that the
connection is normal.

Dry contact port 2: connects to the surge protection unit on the DCDU. An open
circuit indicates that the connection is faulty, whereas a closed circuit indicates
that the connection is normal.

Dry contact port 3: connects to the alarm output port of the TMC11H.

Heat dissipation

The TMC11H dissipates the heat by using the core of the heat exchanger and outer
and inner air circulation fans.

Environment Adaptability

The TMC11H protects itself from dust, adapting to the adverse ambient
environment. It can be also used with the diesel generator.



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4 Technical Specifications
4.1 Electrical Specifications of the APM30H
Table 4-1 describes the electrical specifications of the APM30H.
Table 4-1 Electrical specifications of the APM30H
Item Specification
AC
input
Typical input
voltage
200 V AC to 240 V AC (220 V AC single-phase)
200/346 V AC to 240/415 V AC (220/380 V AC
three-phase)
110/200 V AC to 120/240 V AC (110 V AC dual-live-wire)
120/208 V AC to 127/220 V AC (120 V AC dual-live-wire)
Input voltage
range
176 V AC to 290 V AC (220 V AC single-phase)
176/304 V to 290/500 V AC (220 V AC three-phase)

90/180 V AC to 135/270 V AC (110 V AC dual-live-wire)
105/176 V AC to 150/260 V AC (120 V AC dual-live-wire)
Input voltage
frequency
50 Hz or 60 Hz
Maximum input
current
16 A (220/380 V AC three-phase)
30 A (110 V AC dual-live-wire/220 V AC single-phase)
Input mode

220/380 V AC three-phase

110 V AC dual-live-wire

120 V AC dual-live-wire

220 V AC single-phase
DC
output
Output voltage
range
-43.2 V DC to -57 V DC

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Item Specification
Output current
range

APM30H configured with two PSUs: 0 A to 60 A

APM30H configured with three PSUs: 0 A to 90 A
Typical output
voltage
-48 V DC
Number of DC
outputs
10
-

Working with the distributed base station: six LLVD
MCBs and four BLVD MCBs

Working with the separated macro base station: four
LLVD MCBs and six BLVD MCBs
DC output power 3,200 W (supporting PSU 2+1 backup)
Permissible heat
consumption in the cabinet
500 W
Protect
ion
Input protection

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).
Output protection

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
Surge
protect
ion
Surge protection
for AC input port
In differential mode:

Rated through-current capacity In (8/20 s): 25 kA

Maximum through-current capacity Imax (8/20 s): 60 kA
In common mode:

Rated through-current capacity In (8/20 s): 25 kA

Maximum through-current capacity Imax (8/20 s): 60 kA
Surge protection
for DC output
port

Differential mode (8/20 s): 10 kA

Common mode (8/20 s): 15 kA
The DC output corresponds to the secondary load.
Surge protection
for the signal
ports

Differential mode (8/20 s): 3 kA

Common mode (8/20 s): 5 kA


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4.2 Engineering Specifications
4.2.1 Engineering Specifications of the APM30H
Table 4-2 describes the engineering specifications of the APM30H.
Table 4-2 Engineering specifications of the APM30H
Item Specification Remarks
Weight 76.5 kg Total weight of the
equipment

Including cabinet, core of
the heat exchanger,
power subrack (AC/DC),
PDU, HEUA, HPMI, and
cables

Excluding the BBU,
transmission equipment,
PMU, and PSU
95.5 kg Weight of the cabinet in
full configuration

Including the cabinet,
core of the heat
exchanger, power
subrack (AC/DC), PDU,
HEUA, HPMI, cables,
one PMU, three PSUs,
and one BBU

Excluding transmission
equipment
Dimensions of the cabinet
(width x height x depth)
600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm Excluding the base
Dimensions of the base
(width x height x depth)
600 mm x 200 mm x 480 mm -
Cabling and maintenance
space at the front
70 mm -
Installation mode The APM30H can be installed
on the rooftop, concrete floor,
and overhead platform. It can
be also installed with the RF
cabinet or IBBS200T in stack
mode.
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Item Specification Remarks
Operating
environment
Operating
temperature
-40C to +50C When the ambient
temperature is lower than
-20C, a heater is required.
NOTE:
The operating 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
1,120 W/m
2
-
Relative
humidity
5% to 100% -
Altitude 4,000 m At the altitude from 2,000
m, the maximum operating
temperature drops by 1C
each time the altitude
increases by 100 m.
IP rating IP55 (excluding the battery cavity)
Annual failure rate of the
rectifier
< 1%
Annual failure rate of the
monitoring module
< 0.5%
Requirement for the
installation on site

When the APM30H is unpacked, it must be powered on in
seven days. The maximum duration of the power-off state of
the APM30H is 48 hours during maintenance.


4.2.2 Engineering Specifications of the IBBS200T
Table 4-3 describes the engineering specifications of the IBBS200T.
Table 4-3 Engineering specifications of the IBBS200T
Item Specification Remarks
Weight 55 kg The weight is the total weight
of the equipment containing the
cabinet, TEC cooler, MCBs,
and cables.
Battery capacity A maximum of 48 V 184 Ah The maximum battery capacity
is obtained when two groups of
48 V 92 Ah batteries are
connected in parallel.


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Item Specification Remarks
Dimensions of the cabinet (width
x height x depth)
600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm

Excluding the height of the
base

Excluding the depth of the
TEC
Dimensions of the base (width x
height x depth)
600 mm x 200 mm x 480 mm -
Installation mode The IBBS200T can be installed on the
rooftop or on the concrete floor. In
addition, an IBBS200T can be installed
with the APM30H, RF cabinet, or
another IBBS200T in stack mode.
-
Operating
environment
Operating
temperature
-10C to +55C
Solar radiation 1,120 W/m
2

Relative humidity 5% to 100%
Altitude 4,000 m At the altitude from 2,000 m,
the maximum operating
temperature drops by 1C each
time the altitude increases by
100 m.
IP rating IP34
Requirement for the installation
on site
When the IBBS200T is unpacked, it must be powered on in seven days.
The maximum duration of the power-off state of the IBBS200T is 48
hours during maintenance.

4.2.3 Engineering Specifications of the TMC11H

Table 4-4 describes the engineering specifications of the TMC11H.
Table 4-4 Engineering specifications of the TMC11H

Item Specification Remarks
Weight 53 kg Including the cabinet and core of
the heat exchanger
Dimensions of the cabinet (width
x height x depth)
600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm The appearance and base of the
TMC11H are the same as those of
the APM30H.
Dimensions of the base (width x
height x depth)
600 mm x 200 mm x 480 mm

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Item Specification Remarks
Space for customer equipment
(width x height x depth)

482.6 mm x 488.95 mm x 310 mm
(19 inches x 11 U x 310 mm)


The depth refers to the spacing
between the column and the back
wall of the cabinet.


The depth of the 3 U space at the
bottom is 290 mm, and heat
dissipation from the back of the
customer equipment is not
supported.

Cabling and maintenance space at
the front
70 mm -
Operating
Environment

Operating
temperature

-40C to +50C When the ambient temperature is
lower than -20C, a heater is
required.
NOTE:
The operating temperature for
configuring the heater refers to the
local average lowest temperature of
each day in the coldest month of the
year.
Solar radiation

1,120 W/m
2
-
Relative humidity

5% to 100% -
Altitude

4,000 m At the altitude from 2,000 m, the
maximum operating temperature
drops by 1C each time the altitude
increases by 100 m.

IP rating

IP55

-
Installation mode On the floor, on a metal pole, on a
wall, or in stack mode with the RF
cabinet or IBBS200T
When the TMC11H is installed in
stack mode, it must be placed on
the RF cabinet or IBBS200T.
Requirement for the installation
on site
When the TMC11H is unpacked, it must be powered on in seven days.
The maximum duration of the power-off state of the TMC11H is 48
hours during maintenance.


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5 Typical Application Scenarios
5.1 APM30H Working with Distributed Base Stations
5.1.1 APM30H Without Built-in Batteries
The APM30H without built-in batteries is applicable to distributed base stations, as shown in
Figure 5-1.
Figure 5-1 Typical application of the APM30H (1)


The typical distributed base station consists of a BBU and three RRUs.
The APM30H provides a space of 7 U for installing the BBU and transmission
equipment.


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With the built-in power system, the APM30H supplies -48 V DC power to the distributed
base station and transmission equipment.

5.1.2 APM30H with the IBBS200T
The APM30H, installed with the IBBS200T in stack mode, is applicable to distributed base
stations, as shown in Figure 5-2.
Figure 5-2 Typical application of the APM30H (2)


The typical distributed base station consists of a BBU and three RRUs.
The APM30H provides a space of 7 U for installing the BBU and transmission
equipment.
With the built-in power system, the APM30H supplies -48 V DC power to the distributed
base station and transmission equipment and charges the batteries in the IBBS200T.
In the absence of mains, the batteries in the IBBS200T supplies -48 V DC power to the
distributed base station and transmission equipment.
5.2 APM30H Working with Separated Macro Base Stations
Figure 5-3 and Figure 5-4 show the APM30H working with separated macro base stations.

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Figure 5-3 APM30H and 3-RFU RF cabinet in stack mode



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Figure 5-4 APM30H and 6-RFU RF cabinet in stack mode


The APM30H provides a space of 7 U for installing the BBU and transmission
equipment.

With the built-in power system, the APM30H supplies -48 V DC power to the BBU,
RFUs, and transmission equipment and charges the batteries in the 3-RFU RF cabinet.

The APM30H reports the alarms related to fans, door status, DCDU, and batteries in the
RF cabinet.