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Flexi Lite BTS Quick Guide This guide is a quick reference for Flexi Lite BTS
Flexi
Lite
BTS
Quick Guide
This guide
is a
quick reference for
Flexi
Lite
BTS 1900 (FQFA) and 2100 (FQGA)
installation
,
cabling, and maintenance
.
Flexi Lite BTS
can be mounted on
a
wall or on
a
pole.
Contents of
1
2 Clearances
3
Preparing installation
4 Wall installation
delivery and
needed tools
Mounting bracket
assembly
Optional stacked
installation
5
Pole installation
6
Cabling
7
Front cover
installation
8
Optional items
installation
9
Maintenance
Deploying
10
in small space
(special case)
Powering up
11
and
commissioning
12
Installation
check list

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WARNING! Risk of eye damage caused by invisible laser beam. WARNING! Risk of eye damage caused by invisible laser Danger of eye damage caused by invisible Danger of eye damage caused by invisible laser beam! Make sure that the laser beam is switched off when optical cables are installed.

 
 

WARNING! Risk of electric shock. Before turning RF power on, RF ports should be terminated by nominal 50Ω load (for example, feeder with antenna). However, if these conditions are not met, the plastic caps that are delivered within the unused RF ports should remain in place. The plastic caps isolate RF power from the environment, and thus provide electric shock security in case RF power is accidentally on.

CAUTION! Risk of personal injury. CAUTION! Risk of personal Always stop transmission before detaching the optical fibe r from an optical Always stop transmission before detaching the optical fibe r from an optical fibre connector marked with a warning triangle.

 
NOTICE: Incorrect cables and seals may not provide appropriate ingress protection.

NOTICE:

Incorrect cables and seals may not provide

appropriate ingress

protection.

U

se only tested IP 5 class outdoor cables with seals provided by N .

6

SN

This is

required for both

indoor

and outdoor

installations

, including the outdoor cabinet

.

 

NOTICE : Electrostatic discharge (ESD) may damage the modules. Wear an ESD wrist strap or use a corresponding method when handling the modules.

NOTICE : Installing and commissioning of BTS products must be performed by an expert familiar with electronic devices, to avoid damage caused by improper handling.

NOTICE : Overbending the optical fibe cables damages the cables and can detach

r

 

or damage the connectors. Do not bend optical fibre cables to a radius

 

smaller than the minimum radius of

50/

70 mm (

1.97/ 2. 76

inches).

NOTICE : The optical fibre connector is fragile. Handle it with care. Always route the optical cables to the left from the connector. Do not connect optical cables in a temperature lower than -20° C.

 

NOTICE: Optical fibres are sensitive. The presence of contaminants will lower the mechanical strength of the optical fibre and may dampen the transmission of light in the fibres. Clean all optical fibre connectors before installation using an optical fibre connector cleaning kit.

 
1
1

Contents of delivery and needed tools

Delivery Contens

Sales code

Flexi Lite 2100 (FQGA)

472467A

Flexi Lite 1900 (FQFA)

472751A

Optional items

 

Mounting bracket

472469A

Optional 2100 Internal Antenna (FAGQ)

472590A

Optional 1900 Internal Antenna (FAFQ)

473019A

Top cover

472470A

Check list

Needed tools

TORX screwdrivers: T10, T15, T20, T25, T45

Flat-head screwdriver

Socket or open-ended spanners (wrenches): 13 mm (1/2 in.),

19

mm (13/16 in.)

Torque wrench for antenna cables

Cable ties

Drill

Marker, pen, or comparable tool

 

Level

Allen (Hexagon) key 8 mm (5/16 in.)

ESD wrist strap and cable

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2
2

Clearances

Clearances and fixing points Walls / roofs / floors / other objects Mounting Middle CAUTION!
Clearances and fixing points
Walls / roofs / floors / other objects
Mounting
Middle
CAUTION!
Risk of personal
bracket
and
Cabinet
injury .
assembly
long
Short
installa-
Top
positioning
position
position
tion
Ensure that
the wall
installation
50
mm
50
mm
50
mm
surface and selected fasteners
Left*
(1.97 in.)
(1.97 in.)
(1.97 in.)
can
sustain the
device under
50
mm
50
mm
50
mm
the
required circumstances
.
Right
(1.97 in.)
(1.97 in.)
(1.97 in.)
Left
Right
L = 431 mm
(16.97 in.)
50
mm
20
mm
50
mm
Top
(1.97 in.)
(0.78 in.)
(1.97 in.)
Bottom**
mm
(7.87 in.)
200
mm
(7.87 in.)
200
200
mm
(7.87 in.)
NOTICE: The unit cooling airflow
goes from the left-hand side to
the right-hand side of the unit.
Make sure that the unit is
installed in a room that enables
proper ventilation.
Bottom
* 200 mm needed for fans' maintenance
when module is in its installation position
** 60 mm (2.36 in) is the minimum when
installing in a small space (special case)

Check list

Site meets the minimum clearances.

Site meets the minimum clearances.

3
3

Preparing installation

Mounting bracket assembly a) b) c) Fixing studs Fix the two bracket parts together and
Mounting bracket assembly
a)
b)
c)
Fixing studs
Fix the two bracket parts
together and screw in the
four fixing studs. There are
three ways to connect the
bracket parts:
a) Middle position - used in the
document
b) Short position
Fixing studs
- recommended for pole
installations
c) Long position
4
4

Wall installation

Marking and drilling holes 2 1. Mark the locations of mounting holes on the wall
Marking and drilling holes
2
1. Mark
the locations of mounting holes
on the wall
1
185 mm
3 (7.3 in.)
using the bracket as a template Mark the upper
holes first .
2. Note that the upper part of the hole defines the
.
maximum fixing screw size.
3. D rill the holes.
*) The distance between upper and lower holes
*)
depends on
the
chosen bracket
connection length.
*)
CAUTION! Risk of personal injury.
T he fixing method must be sufficient to
keep the unit at its position. Always choose
185 mm
a method and fixing screws that are
(7.3 in.)
adequate o the surface
t
construction type/material.

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4 Wall installation (continued) Wall installation (continued)

Fixing module to the bracket 1. Connect the module with bracket. Align 2 3 1
Fixing module to the bracket
1. Connect the module with bracket. Align
2
3
1
the holes on module's back to the fixing
studs on mounting bracket.
2. Push the module down until it stops .
3. Fix the four M8x12 screws.
4. Fix the two M5 (T25) screws by the front panel.
5
. Connect the wrist rap.
st
4
5
to ESD stud
Wrist strap
Placing module on a wall 1. Fix the upper mounting screws . 2. L ift
Placing module on a wall
1.
Fix the upper mounting screws
.
2.
L
ift the module
and position it against
2
the wall,
fit
ting
it
on
the screws.
1
3. Tighten the upper screws.
4. Insert the lower screws and
3
tighten them.
4

Check list

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4 Stacked installation on a wall (Optional)

3 4 1 2 1. Knock out all the holes ' blinds using a flat-head
3
4
1
2
1. Knock out
all the
holes
' blinds using
a
flat-head screwdriver .
2
. Screw four fixing studs to the top
.
3. Fit the second FQGA module to the
studs and push it down firmly .
cover
of the first unit
4. Fix the securing M screws.
4

4 Short position installation on a wall (Optional)

3 1b 1a 2 1c 4 1d NOTE Use the module front : brackets as
3
1b
1a
2
1c
4
1d
NOTE Use the module front
:
brackets as hoisting points.
1.
Set the mounting bracket to its short position. Fix the bracket.
a.
Fix the upper mounting screws
.
b.
P osition the bracket against the wall, fitting it to the screws.
c.
Tighten the upper screws.
d.
Insert the lower screws and tighten them.
2.
Connect the module with brac et. Align the holes on
k
the
the
mounting bracket.
3.
module's back to the fixing studs on
Push the module down until it stops
.
4.
Fix the two M5 (T25) screws by the front panel.
5
5

Pole installation

1 3 4 1. Fix the module to the bracket as in section 2 “Fixing
1
3
4
1. Fix the module to the bracket as in section
2
“Fixing module to the bra c ket”
on previous page
.
2. Thread the jubilee
bracket ’s holes.
clips
through the mounting
3. Lift
the
unit
on
the pole
.
NOTE: Fix two ropes to the hoisting points
(one rope on each side of the bracket)
and connect them in the middle, that they form
a triangle. This allows for a balanced lifting. Lifting
the unit with only one hoisting point is also possible,
but in such a case the unit is out of balance.
4. T
a flat
ighten the jubilee clips
to 5 Nm (3.7 lb ft)
using
-head
screwdriver.
6
6

Cabling

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Grounding 1. Connect the grounding cable to the grounding point and screw it in with
Grounding
1. Connect the grounding cable to the grounding
point and screw
it in
with M5 (torx 25) screw.
1
2.
(Optional) Secure the cable with a cable .
tie
2
Cabling rule for EAC, LMP, TRS, and SYNC
1
2
2
3
1. Remove the IP seal.
2. Put the cable firmly (for LMP and TRS till it clicks)
in
.
3. Push the connector seal firmly in place.
Optical transmission cabling (SFP) Clean with swab or swipe with alcohol. 1. Remove the IP
Optical transmission cabling (SFP)
Clean with swab or
swipe with alcohol.
1. Remove the IP seal .
2. Insert
the
SFP transceiver.
3. Connect
the
optical cable.
1 2
3
4 . Push the connector seal firmly in place.
5 . Route the cable to the left and secure it with
a dedicated NSN strain relief.
screwdriver.
Use a T20
NOTICE: Make sure that
the optical cable connectors
have been cleaned.
4
NOTICE: Use only straight or left-bent optical cables and
always route the cables leftwards.
5
NOTICE: Do not bend optical cables beyond the minimum
radius of :
-
70
mm
(2.76 in.), when cable diameter is 7 mm (0.28 in.)
-
50 mm (1.97 in.), when cable diameter is 5 mm (0.20 in.)
Antenna cabling 1 2 3 1. Remove the covering caps. 2. Connect antenna cables .
Antenna cabling
1
2
3
1. Remove the covering caps.
2. Connect antenna cables .
3. Tighten the
cables
to
1.2
Nm ( .
0 89
lb f )
t
.
The optical cable connectors are cleaned.
The optical cable is properly installed and the minimum bending radius is not violated.
Double check that the correct optical interface is installed.

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6
6

Cabling (continued)

Strain relief bar I nstall the M5 (T15) strain relief bar and screw it with
Strain relief bar
I
nstall
the
M5
(T15)
strain relief bar and screw it with two
screws.
AC power cable 1. Remove the IP boot from the module. 1 2 2. Thread
AC power cable
1. Remove the IP boot from the module.
1
2
2. Thread the cable through the IP boot.
3.
Strip the cable shielding and peel the wires
.
(NOTE:
grounding wire
should be longer than others)
3
4
. Insert wires to the AC input connector
in
.
(N - Neutral, PE - Earth, L - Line)
WARNING! Risk of power supply failure and,
5
6
8
N PE L
in rare cases, of short circuit.
Check that the polarity is correct according
to the markings on the cable.
4
5 . Thread the cable around the strain relief bar and
through the strain relief clamp ; l eave
about
20
0 m
m
(7.87 in.)
7
.
NOTE: the maximum AC wire cross-sectional area is
2.5 mm (AWG 3).
o
f the cable
for connection purposes
2
6
. Fix the clamp's screws.
Use a T10 screwdriver.
7 . Insert AC input connector and fix its screws.
8 . Push the IP boot firmly in place.
20 mm (0.79 in.)

Check list

Cabling (continued) (continued)

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Securing cables Secure the cables with cable ties, if needed. Ensure that the cable routing
Securing cables
Secure the cables with
cable ties, if needed.
Ensure that the cable
routing allows for proper
front cover installation.

7 Installing the front cover

Front cover maintenance strap 2 3 1. Tie the two ropes to creat e maintenance
Front cover maintenance strap
2 3
1. Tie the two ropes to creat e
maintenance s trap.
2. Thread the trap around the
a
s
strain relief bar.
3. Fix
the strap
to he front cover.
t
1
Front cover installing 1. Fit the upper part of the cover 1 to the module
Front cover installing
1. Fit the upper part of the cover
1
to the module .
2. Swing the cover and push it firmly.
3
3. Fix the cover with wo pre-installed
screws
(T15)
.
2
2
3
NOTE: Before fixing make
sure that the washers are
at the bottom of the screw.
Otherwise, fixing the screws
may be difficult.

Check list

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8
8

Installing optional items

Antenna 1. Remove the top and front covers, if they are already installed. 2 2.
Antenna
1. Remove the top and front covers, if
they are already installed.
2
2. Knock out
blinds.
3. I
nsert
the
the six
studs
screw hole
in the middle
holes.
4
. Fix the antenna screws
(Torx 15)
.
5
. Fix the antenna cables.
6
. K
nock out
the upper part of the front
cover.
7
. Install the front cover.
1
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
8

Installing optional items (continued)

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Top cover 1. Install the maintenance trap as described s in chapter “ Installing the
Top cover
1. Install the maintenance trap as described
s
in chapter “
Installing the f
ront
c
2. Fix the two
screws (T
orx
15)
over ” .
.
2
2
1
9
9

Maintenance

Replacing fans NOTE: If there is at least 200 mm (7.87 in.) maintenance space, the
Replacing fans
NOTE: If there is at least 200 mm (7.87 in.)
maintenance space, the procedure
can be done without uninstalling the module.
1
1. Remove six screws from the fan plate.
2. Remove the fan plate.
3. Take a new fan plate and connect
the f ans ’ cables.
4. Pla e
c the
new plate and fix it
with the screws.
2
3
NOTICE:
M ake sure that the connectors
are facing each other properly
(see markings on the connectors).
4
Improper connection might cause
a fan failure.
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10
Deploying in small space
(special case)
The special case can
be applied when there is a very limited space and you cannot meet the regular
200 mm (7.87 in.)
unit bottom clearance.
1. Do the cabling first, then attach the module to the mounting brackets (middle position).
2. Install
the unit in place. Handle the cables with care in order not to break them.
3. Route all the cables to the left.
Minimum 60 mm (2.36 in.) space
at the bottom of the unit is needed for cable routing.
NOTICE: Do not bend optical cables beyond the minimum radius of :
-
70
mm
(2.76 in.), when cable diameter is 7 mm (0.28 in.)
-
50 mm (1.97 in.), when cable diameter is 5 mm (0.20 in.)
11 Powering up and commissioning
1. Power up Flexi Lite BTS and check the LEDs to ensure that the module works properly.
2. Commision the BTS. See the Commissioning Flexi Lite BTS for further information.
12
Installation checklist

Perform these checks to make sure that the installation is complete.

Delivery is complete and undamaged. is complete and undamaged.

Site meets the minimum clearances. meets the minimum clearances.

The module(s) is(are) correctly installed on a wall/pole. module(s) is(are) correctly installed on a wall/pole.

The grounding cable is connected to a grounding point. grounding cable is connected to a grounding point.

All the cables are properly installed (and secured, if needed). the cables are properly installed (and secured, if needed).

Module's cover(s) is(are) installed with the maintenance strap. cover(s) is(are) installed with the maintenance strap.

Site is clean and istallation is completed. is clean and istallation is completed.