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S9300&9300E Terabit Routing Switch

Quick Installation Guide


Issue: 19
Date: 2013-04-20

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

Change History
Changes between document issues are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document issue
contains all changes made in previous issues.
Changes in Issue 19 (2013-04-20)
Based on issue 18(2012-12-08), the document is changed as follows:
The following information is modified:
Notes about adjusting rack-mounting ears.
The following information is added:
Instruction on service port connection for setting up a CSS.
Changes in Issue 18 (2012-12-08)
Based on issue 17(2012-08-15), the document is changed as follows:
The following information is modified:
Manuals of the different S9300&S9300E models are combined into one.
Changes in Issue 17(2012-08-15)
Based on issue 16(2012-05-23), the document is changed as follows:
The following information is added:
The description of tweezers and figure illustrating fiber length between the connector
and cabinet door.
Changes in Issue 16(2012-05-23)
Based on issue 15(2012-03-15), the document is changed as follows:
The following information is added:
The description of fiber installation is added to cluster cable installation.
Changes in Issue 15(2012-03-15)
Based on issue 14(2011-07-15), the document is changed as follows:
The following information is added:
S9306E installation method.
Changes in Issue 14 (2011-07-15)
Based on issue 13 (2011-05-20), the document is changed as follows:
The following information is modified:
Image of the cable management tray used by the cluster cable.
The following information is added:
CKM installation method.

Precautions
This document provides an installation instruction for the S9300&S9300E. For information about
installing the power distribution boxes and cabinet, see the Power Distribution Guide and the
Cabinet Installation Guide.
This document describes only the on-site installation operations, but does not describe the predelivery installation such as the installation of internal cables.
S9300 series switches include S9303, S9306 and S9312. S9300E series switches include S9303E,
S9306E and S9312E.
The installation procedures of the S9300&S9300E are the same and are illustrated in figures using
the S9306&S9306E as an example. This document also describes differences between different
product models.

ESD
Before touching the device, cards and IC chips,
wear the ESD wrist strap to prevent the
electrostatic discharge of the human body from
damaging the sensitive components. Ensure that
the other end of the ESD wrist strap to the ESD
jack on the chassis.
Cable bundle
Binding cables inside the cabinet
The interval between cable ties on network cables or optical fibers must be within 250 mm.
The interval between cable ties on power cables and ground cables must be within 250 mm.
Binding cables outside the cabinet
The interval between cable ties on cables and corrugated pipes is determined according to the
distance between two beams on the cable tray.
If the cables are routed in a cable trough without beams, ensure that the interval between
cable ties is within 250 mm.
Labels and tags
Attach the label or tag to the signal cable, 20 mm away from the connector.
When the cable is placed vertically, the label or tag should point towards the right.
When the cable is placed horizontally, the label or tag should point downwards.

Do not connect the power cable to the power supply device before the installation is complete.
It is recommended that you separate the power cables from the signal cables.
Do not install both the DC power supply and AC power supply on the same equipment.
When multiple S9300&S9300Es are installed in the same cabinet, there must be a 1 U (1 U =
44.45 mm) or larger space between the S9300&S9300Es.

Preparations
1 Required Tools

Marker

Adjustable wrench

Philips screwdriver

Utility knife

Flat-head screwdriver

Floating nut mounting bar

ESD wrist strap

RJ45 crimping tool

Wire stripper

Network cable tester

Multimeter

Measuring tape

ESD gloves

Ladder

Plumb line

Preparations
2

Installation Environment

Cabinet Selection

The S9300&S9300E can be installed in a 19-inch cabinet.


Using a Huawei Cabinet
Cabinet

Dimensions

Height

N66E

600 mm x 600 mm x 2200 mm (width x depth x height)

46U

N68E

600 mm x 800 mm x 2200 mm (width x depth x height)

46U

When two or more cabinets are arranged in a line, install all side panels on the cabinets especially the side
panels between two cabinets. Otherwise, the heat dissipation system cannot work effectively.
For details about the cabinets, see "Introduction to the N66E Cabinet" and "Introduction to the N68E
Cabinet" in the S9300&S9300E Hardware Description.
For the procedure for installing the cabinet, see the N66E Cabinet Installation Guide and the N68E Cabinet
Installation Guide.

Using a Non-Huawei Cabinet


The requirements on the cabinet are as follows:
There is enough space in the cabinet (at least 5 U high for the S9303&S9303E, 11 U for the S9306&S9306E,
and 15 U for the S9312&S9312E), and the depth of the cabinet is at least 600 mm. When a 600 mm deep cabinet
is required, use a cabinet with a single swing door.
The guide rails must be installed in the cabinet.
The cabinet with a middle column is not recommended because it decreases the number of cables in the
cabinet.

Pre-installation Check

No.

Check Item

No.

Check Item

Check the condition of the equipment room.


DC voltage:
48 V: -38.4V DC -57.6V DC (rated voltage: -48 V DC)
60 V: -48V DC -72V DC (rated voltage: -60 V DC)
AC voltage:
S9303&S9303E: 90 V AC to 290 V AC, 47Hz to 63 Hz
(rated voltage: 110 V AC/220 V AC, 50/60 Hz)
S9306&S9306E: 90 V AC to 290 V AC, 47Hz to 63 Hz
(rated voltage: 110 V AC/220 V AC, 50/60 Hz)
S9312&S9312E: 175 V AC to 290 V AC, 47Hz to 63 Hz
(rated voltage: 220 V AC, 50/60 Hz)
The power distribution cabinet has at least two idle ports.
The current of the air circuit break is between 40 A and
20 A.

Check that the installation template is


provided, which is used to quickly locate
the chassis in the cabinet.

Check that the ODF is installed and enough idle ports are
available.

Check that the ground bar is installed in the equipment


room.

Check that the floating nuts are enough.

Check that the guide rails and floating nuts are available
in the cabinet.

Check that the removable handles for lifting


the chassis are installed (except for the
S9303&S9303E). Two removable handles
are required.

Installing the Chassis


1
a

Preparations

Install the Cable Management


Frame

Adjust the Location of the


Rack-Mounting Ear

The location of the rack-mounting ears on the


S9300&S9300E can be adjusted so that the
S9300&S9300E can be installed in different types of
cabinets. The procedures for adjusting the rackmounting ears of the S9300&S9300E are the same, the
following figure uses the S9306 as an example.
When a Huawei cabinet is used, the distance
between the mounting bar and the front door is 95 mm.
B = 585 mm; A = 88 mm

Install a positioning screw into the hardy hole.

Hardy
hole

Side view
of S9306

Installation method:

Install the rackmounting ear here

Fan

Cable management
frame
Chassis

When a 600 mm deep non-Huawei cabinet is used,


the distance between the mounting bar and the front
door is 193 mm. Reverse the rack-mounting ear.
B = 585 mm; A = 186 mm.

Install the Removable Handles

Side view
of S9306

Install a removable handle on the left and right sides


of the cabinet respectively. The maximum load of
the handle is 160 kg.

Fan

Install the rackmounting ear here


Cable management
frame
Chassis

If a 800 mm or deeper non-Huawei cabinet is used,


adjust the position of the rack-mounting ears. When
the distance between the cable management frame
and mounting bar is 68 mm, leave at least 110 mm
clearance between the cable cage and the front door.
B = 585 mm; A = 68 mm.

Side view
of S9306

Fan

Install the rackmounting ear here

Cable management
frame
Chassis

B = 585 mm; A = 108 mm.

Side view
of S9306

S9303&S9303E have no removable handles.


After installing handles, grasp and lift the handles to
secure them to the slot.

Fan

Install the rackmounting ear here

Cable management
frame
Chassis

Installing the Chassis


2

Locating the S9306 in the Cabinet

Cut the Installation Template

Fix the Installation Template

When installing an S9303&S9303E or


S9306&S9306E chassis, cut the installation
template along the line marked with the specific
product name. You do not need to cut the
installation template when installing an S9312
&S9312Echassis. The following figures use the
S9306 as an example.

Two people are required to align the holes and fix


the installation template.

Mark the Accessory Locations

Install the Floating Nuts and


Guide Rails
1 Install the floating nuts.

Mark the locations of floating nuts and guide


rails.

Floating nut
mounting bar

2 Install the guide rails.


The bottom lines of floating nuts and guide rails on
the template must be at least 1 U away from the
cabinet bottom, and the distance must be a
multiple of 1U.

If no guide rail is available, install a tray in the cabinet


to support the chassis.

Installing the Chassis


3

Installing the Chassis into the Cabinet

Move the Chassis to the Cabinet

When mounting the S9303&S9303E chassis into the cabinet, do


not push the metal cover on the top of the chassis; otherwise, the
chassis may be deformed.
Install cards of the S9306&S9306E or S9312&S9312E after the
chassis is mounted to the cabinet to reduce the chassis weight.
After installing handles, grasp and lift the handles to secure them
to the slot.
Before lifting the chassis, ensure that the handles are secured.

The S9303&S9303E chassis are delivered with cards


installed and have no removable handles. A chassis can be
lifted and installed into the cabinet by one person.

Remove the Handles

Fix the Chassis

Remove the handles from the chassis before putting


the chassis on the guide rails in the cabinet.
After using the removable handles, place them in the
specified location at the rear of the chassis.
If a single-door cabinet is used, keep the handles
properly after using them.

Precaution After Installation

1. Place the tweezers at a fixed place in the cabinet or rack so that you can use it conveniently. If you
experience trouble when inserting network cables or fibers into high-density ports, use the tweezers.
2. Do not block the air intake vent (on the left) and air exhaust vent (at the rear). Leave 70 mm to 90 mm
clearance between the vents and the cabinet to ensure effective heat dissipation.

Installing Cards

Preparations

1. Learn the slot distribution in the S9300&S9300E chassis by reading "Device Structure" in the
S9300&S9300E Hardware Description.
2. Remove the filler panel on a slot before installing a card in the slot. If a chassis is delivered with
cards installed, remove the cards and then reinstall them.
3. Attach an ESD wrist strap or wear ESD gloves when you touch a card.
4. Slide the card into a slot slowly and horizontally along the guide rails. Prevent the card from colliding
with the chassis to avoid damages to the card. Ensure that the card is securely installed in the chassis.

Installing Cards

Product
Model

SRU

FSU

CMU

MCU

LPU

CKM

S9303

Not Supported

Not Supported

Not Supported

Supported

Supported

Supported

S9306

Supported

Supported

Supported

Not Supported

Supported

Supported

S9312

Supported

Supported

Supported

Not Supported

Supported

Supported

S9303E

Not Supported

Not Supported

Not Supported

Supported

Supported

Supported

S9306E

Supported

Not Supported

Supported

Not Supported

Supported

Supported

S93012E

Supported

Not Supported

Supported

Not Supported

Supported

Supported

Installing the SRU

1. Install an SRU into slots 7 and 8 of the S9306&S9306E. Install an SRU into slots 13 and 14 of the
S9312&S9312E.
2. The methods of installing SRUs into the S9300&S9300E chassis are the same. The following figures
show how to install the SRU into the S9306 chassis.

Installing the FSU (Optional)


The FSU is a subcard installed on the
SRU.

Installing Cards

Installing the CMU

Installing the MCU

Install an MCU into slot 4 and 5 of the S9303&S9303E.

Installing the LPU

1. The S9303&S9303E have 3 LPU slots, which are numbered from 1 to 3. The S9306&S9306E have 6
LPU slots, which are numbered from 1 to 6. The S9312&S9312E have 12 LPU slots, which are
numbered from 1 to 12.
2. The methods of installing LPUs into the S9300&S9300E chassis are the same. The following figures
show how to install an LPU into the S9306 chassis.

Installing Cards

Installing the CKM (Optional)

Remove Studs and Screws


Remove the screws and studs from the CKM. The short
studs are not needed for CKM installation.

M3X6 Long Short M3X6


Screw1 stud stud Screw2

Install Studs

Install Long studs(S9306&S9306E, S9312&S9312E)

M10

M8/M32
M11

1. Place the long studs at the following locations on the SRU:


SRUA: M8, M10, and M11
SRUB: M32, M10, and M11
LE2D2SRUDC00: M8, M10, and M11
2.Secure the long studs from back of the SRU with the screws of
type 1.

Install short studs(S9303&S9303E)

M10
M11

Secure the three short studs in positions M9, M10, and M11 on
the MCU.

M9

Secure the CKM


1. Make the side with electrical components face down.
2. Align the mounting holes with the long studs and fasten
screws of type 2 to fix the CKM.

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Connecting the Ground Cable


1

Preparing Cables

Ground cable of the cabinet

Ground cable of the S9300&S9300E

Connecting the Cabinet to the Ground

Connect the other end of the ground cable to the ground bar of the equipment room.

Connecting the S9306&S9306E to the Ground

Connect the ground cable to the grounding point on the guide rail inside the cabinet.

Grounding point
of the S9306
Grounding
point of the
cabinet
S9306

Grounding point
of the S9306E
Grounding
point of the
cabinet

The S9303 chassis has an OT terminal on the bottom left


corner at the rear side. The S9306&S9312 chassis have an
OT terminal on the bottom right corner at the front side.
The S9300E chassis have a dual-OT terminal on the
bottom left corner at the rear side.

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S9306E

Connecting Power Cables


If you use a Huawei cabinet, the power distribution box and internal cables are installed, and you only need
to:
Connect the DC power cable from the power distribution box to the DC power module.
Connect the DC power cable from the power distribution box to the user power distribution box.

Laying Out DC Power Cables

S9300:
Scenario

Situation

Connectin
g terminal
of DC
power
module

External
terminal of
DC power
distribution
box

Crosssectional
area of
cables

Distance between
user distributor
and DC power
module

Distance between
user distributor and
DC power distribution
box

A power
distributio
n box is
used

Multiple
switches are
installed in a
cabinet

OT terminal

OT terminal

16 mm^2

14.8 m

No power
distributio
n box is
used

The user
distributor
has enough
idle power
output
channels

OT terminal

25 mm^2

23.1 m

35 mm^2

32.4 m

6 mm^2

S9303: 60m

S9306: 25m
S9312: 10m
16 mm^2

S9303: 160m
S9306: 70m
S9312: 35m

S9300E:
Scenario

Situation

Connectin
g terminal
of DC
power
module

External
terminal of
DC power
distribution
box

Crosssectional
area of
cables

A power
distributio
n box is
used

Multiple
switches are
installed in a
cabinet

Double OT
terminals

OT terminal

16 mm^2

Distance
between user
distributor and
DC power
module

18.8 m (63A)
9.4 m (126A)

25 mm^2

The user
distributor
has enough
idle power
output
channels

Double OT
terminals

29.4 m (63A)
14.7 m (126A)
41.0 m (63A)
20.5 m (126A)

35 mm^2

No power
distributio
n box is
used

Distance between
user distributor and
DC power distribution
box

10 mm^2

14.6 m

16 mm^2

23.5 m

25 mm^2

36.6 m

No Power Distribution Box Is Used

Only the installation of DC power module is described here. For details, see the configuration in the
scenario where the power distribution box is used.
For the cabling method, see the configuration in the scenario where the power distribution box is used.

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Connecting Power Cables


1

Laying Out DC Power CablesS9306

A Power Distribution Box Is Used

Output Area
Input Area

The S9306's DC power supply uses a


power cable with a single OT terminals.
The figure applies to an S9306.
If all cables are routed on the right side
of the cabinet, the power cables on the
left side of the cabinet cannot block the
power supplies on the right.

Blue cable (NEG)


Black cable (RTN)
Yellow green ground cable

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Connecting Power Cables


1

Laying Out DC Power CablesS9306E

A Power Distribution Box Is Used

Blue cable (NEG)


Black cable (RTN)
Yellow green ground cable
The S9306E's DC power supply uses a
power cable with double OT terminals.
If all cables are routed on the right side of
the cabinet, the power cables on the left
side of the cabinet cannot block the power
supplies on the right.

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Connecting Power Cables


Laying Out AC Power Cables

Scenario

Situation

Connecting
terminal of
AC power
module

External terminal
of AC power
distribution box

Distance between
user distributor
and AC power
module

Distance between user


distributor and AC power
distribution

A power
distribution
box is used

Multiple switches are


installed in a cabinet

AC
connector

Cord end terminal

S9300

25 m

S9300
E

35 m 16 mm^2
cable
13 m 6 mm^2 cable

No power
distribution
box is used

The user distributor has


enough idle power
output channels

AC
connector

S9300

30 m

S9300E

3 m

A Power Distribution Box Is Used

Remove power cables from AC power supplies before installing or removing the AC power supplies.
If an S9300 uses 2200 W AC PoE power supplies, use a 2200 W AC PoE power distribution box and power cables with C19 straight female
connectors.
The S9300E does not support PoE power supplies. If an S9306E uses 2200 W AC power supplies, use a 2200 W AC power distribution box
and power cables with C19 straight female connectors.
As an accessory delivered with the chassis, the AC power cable can only be used on this chassis. Do not use it on any other devices.

Connect the output terminal of the power distribution box

Black Cable (L)


Yellow Green
Cable (PE)
Blue Cable (N)
Input Area

Output Area

The S9306E's AC power supply has a preventing trip to fix the


OT terminal.
The S9306's AC power supply has a loose-proof pinch to fix the
OT terminal, as shown in the figure.

Deployment of external power cables and ground cables:


1. Lead the cable into the chassis from the top of the rack, and route the
cable at the rear of the power distribution box.
2. Route the cable from rear to front at the bottom of the power
distribution box.
3. Connect the cable to the terminal.

No Power Distribution Box Is Used

Only the installation of AC power module is described here. For details, see the configuration in the
scenario where the power distribution box is used.

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Connecting Signal Cables


1

Interfaces

Interface Number Rule


The interface number of the S9300&S9300E are in the format slot ID/subcard ID/interface sequence
number. The subcard ID is 0 or 1.

Laying Out Network Cables

After installation, hang the tweezers in the cabinet, near the switch.
(The tweezers are attached with a nylon rope.)

When a lot of cables are used:


It is recommended that you lay out cables into three
layers.
Use a tweezers to press the latches and insert the
cables into interfaces.
Attach labels/identification plates on both ends of a
cable to identify the number of the connected
interfaces.
Remove the side door before routing cables to
facilitate cable routing in the cabinet.

Tweezers

When a lot of cables are used, the cable divider may have insufficient space. In this case, deploy cables
in three layers. Cables cannot cross over each other. That is, cables are orderly placed in three layers
through the cable divider as shown in the figure below.

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Connecting Signal Cables


3

Laying Out Fibers


The following protection pipes can be used
100 mm far away from the cabinet.

The fibers are inserted in the corrugated pipe. The


two ends of the corrugated pipe must be covered by
the adhesive tape.
Do not look straight into the optical fiber from which
the light beam shoots out when you install and
maintain the optical fiber.
The curvature radius of an optical fiber should be 20
times greater than its diameter. Generally, the
curvature radius should be not less than 40 mm.
Attach labels/identification plates on both ends of a
fiber to identify the number of the connected
interfaces.

Type

Maximum number of fibers

Open-end corrugated
pipe

60

Closed-end
corrugated pipe

12

Coil hose

10 (6 mm outer diameter) or
20 (12 mm outer diameter)

Open-end
corrugated pipe

Coil hose

Closed-end
corrugated pipe

Tweezers
Center wavelength
Transmission distance
Transmission rate

Optical module

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Connecting Signal Cables


4

Laying Out Cables

Attach labels/identification plates on both ends of a cable to identify the number of the connected
interfaces.
Install the cards in an LPU slot .
All cables are installed and removed in the same way. Here, SFP+ cable is used as an example.

Device Connection

Install/Remove SFP+ Cluster


Cable
1. Install a SFP+ cluster cable: Make the blue pull ring face
down and push the cable connector until you hear a clock.
2. Remove a SFP+ cluster cable: Gently push the cable
connector and then pull the handle of the connector. Do not
directly pull the cable connector.
Install cable

2
Remove cable

Handle

Laying Out Fibers and Cables


Cables affect laying of optical fibers. Therefore, you are
not advised to use cables and optical fibers together. If
the cables and optical fibers are used together, connect
the optical fibers to ports near the left side of the cards
and the cables to ports near the right side as shown in the
left Figure.

Do not reversely insert QSFP+ cable plugs. The side that the
handle of a QSFP+ cable plug locates is the front panel, as
shown in the left figure. Keep the front panel down when
inserting the QSFP+ cable plug to a port on a cluster card. Keep
the front panel up when inserting the QSFP+ cable plug to
another port.

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Installing Cluster Cables and Fibers


A Connecting CSS Cards Using Cables (Only for S9306&S9312)
1 Attach Labels
3 Install/Remove Cluster Cables
Attach temporary labels on the two
ends of each cable. Number the labels
from 1 to 8.

1. Rotate the cluster cable to make the blue handle


downwards. Insert the cluster cable into the port until you
hear a click sound.
2. To remove a cluster cable, gently push it into the port
first, and then pull the handle to remove the cable. Do not
pull the cable connector directly.
Install

Cable Connections
Remove

1234
5678

8721

4365

Handle

Installation Completed

The figures
show how to
install cluster
cables on
switches in the
same cabinet.
The method is
the same
when switches
are installed in
different
cabinets.

Wrap Cluster Cables


Note:
Each cluster
cable is 10m
long. Put
redundant
parts in a
cable
management
tray.

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Note:
1. Wrap cluster cables
counterclockwise in the four
cable management trays from
bottom to top. Cables cannot be
crossed or overlapped.
2. The radius of a bent cable
must be larger than 50.8 mm.
Otherwise, cluster cables may
be damaged.

Installing Cluster Cables and Fibers


B Connecting CSS Cards Using Fibers (Only for S9306&S9312)

1 Preparations

Attach labels to fibers. Attach temporary


labels numbered 1-8 to the two ends of
fibers.
Install the CSS card into the subcard slot
on the SRU and insert the optical module
into the interface on CSS card.

1. Insert the optical module into the optical interface


correctly. When you hear a crack sound, the optical
module is installed properly.
2. Insert a fiber into the optical module interface. When you
hear a crack sound, the fiber is installed properly.
3. When removing a fiber, press the pinch on the fiber
connector and pull out the fiber.
4. When removing the optical module, push it gently first,
and then pull the handle on the optical module.

Choose fibers with a proper length


according to the on-site requirements.
The OM3 fiber supports a maximum
of 100 m transmission distance .
The OM4 fiber supports a maximum
of 150 m transmission distance.

Install/Remove Optical Modules


and Fibers

Install
Handle

2 Fiber Connections
1234
Remove

5678

Pinch

8721
4365

Note:
As shown in the
figure, the fiber
length between
the connector
and cabinet door
should not be
longer than 75
mm.

Note:
In versions before V200R002C00, the
LE0D0VSTSA00 does not support hot
swap and can only be installed or
removed before the SRU is powered on.
The LE0D0VSTSA00 supports hot swap in
V200R002C00 and later versions.

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Installing Cluster Cables and Fibers


C Connecting Service Ports Using Cluster Cables and Fibers
1 Preparations
Attach temporary labels numbered 1 to 8 (recommended) to the two ends of fibers or cluster cables
before installing them.
For details on how to install fibers or cluster cables on service ports, see the "Installation the CSS
Using Cables."

Connection rule

Member switches in a CSS can be connected through service ports on LPUs. Configure service ports
on LPUs as physical member ports, and then add the physical member ports to a CSS port. Connect
the physical member ports through either SFP+ optical modules and optical fibers or SFP+ CSS.

S9300 and S9300E support CSS set up through service ports.


To set up a CSS of two S9312 or S9312E switches, you are advised to install the LPUs used for CSS
symmetrically beside the SRUs.

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Post-installation Check
SN

Check Item

How to
Check

The installation location of the cabinet and chassis conform to the engineering design document.

View

The components are correctly installed in the cabinet and comply with the standards. No component is loosened or
damaged.

View

All the bolts are tightened.

View

The vertical deviation of the cabinet should be less than 3 mm. You can use a plumb line to measure the vertical deviation.

Measure

The cabinets on the sides of the main path are aligned. The position error should be less than 5 mm.

Measure

The surfaces of the cabinets in the same row should be on the same plane. The cabinets are arranged closely and tidily.

View

The front door of a cabinet can be opened and closed easily.

View

The cable outlets on the top and bottom of the cabinet are covered.

View

The cabling route of signal cables confirms to the engineering design document.

View

10

The signal cables are not damaged or broken and have no splice.

View

11

The plugs of signal cables are clean and are not damaged. The signal cables are inserted into interfaces safely. The cores
of cables are fixed.

View

12

The signal cables should not be crossed and the bent part of the cables should be loose. The outside cables within 1 m
from the cabinet can be crossed.

View

13

The tail fiber outside the cabinet cannot be pressed by cables or other things.

View

14

The fibers are covered by the corrugated pipe and inserted into the cabinet. The length of the corrugated pipe cannot
exceed 100 mm. In addition, the corrugated pipe must be bound and fixed.

View and
measure

15

The curvature radius of an optical fiber should be 20 times greater than its diameter. Generally, the curvature radius
should be not less than 40 mm. In addition, the cabling paths cannot be blocked by components.

View and
measure

16

A pair of fibers is bound by binding straps. The bundle cannot be excessively loose or tight.

View

17

The two ends of a signal cable are marked correctly and clearly.

View

18

The cabling route of the power cables and the ground cables conforms to the engineering design document, facilitating
maintenance and capacity expansion.

View

19

The power cables and ground cables must be the copper wires. The copper wires should be complete and cannot have
splices.

View

20

The power cables and ground cables are connected properly and are in good contact.

View

21

The cabling route of the power cables and the ground cables conforms to the engineering design document, meeting the
power distribution requirement.

View

22

The power cables and ground cables are separated from the signal cables.

View

23

The power cables and ground cables are not crossed and are bound tidily. The bent part of the cables should be loose.

View

24

The power cables, ground cables, and power distribution switches are labeled correctly and clearly.

View

25

Check the electrical contact between the metallic parts and the cabinet body. The metallic parts and the cabinet body must
be well contacted. The contact points such as screw holes, guide lanes, and lifting ears cannot be painted. Otherwise, bad
electrical contact may occur.

View

26

Check the grounding buses of combined neighboring cabinets. If cabinets are combined, the neighboring cabinets must
be connected by a grounding bus.

View

27

Check the yellow and green ground cables. One end of a ground cable connects to the PGND grounding bus of the power
distribution cabinet in the equipment room, and the other end connects to the grounding terminal of the cabinet. The
screws that fix the ground cable must be secure.

View

28

The handles are installed in the correct positions.

View

22

Post-installation Check
Grounding System Maintenance

Do not measure the grounding resistance immediately after a rain.


Position the current probe and the voltage probe in a manner that is perpendicular to the wires of a
grounding net or underground metallic pipes.
The grounding resistance of a comprehensive communication building should be no more than 1 ;
that of a common communication station should be no more than 5 ; that of the place with high
earth resistibility should be no more than 10 .

To measure the grounding resistance, use an earth resistance tester. The picture shows the
arrangement of the probes of an earth resistance tester.

The distance between the current probe and the rim of a grounding net is d1 and the length of
the maximum diagonal line of a grounding net is D. d1 should be 4-5 times as much as D.
The distance between the probe and the side of a grounding net is d2. d2 is 50%-60% of d1.
During measurement, move the voltage probe along the line connecting the grounding net and
the current probe three times; the distance of each movement is 5% of d1. If the three resistance
values are similar, it means that the grounding resistance is normal.

If measuring d1 is difficult, you can take 2D instead of d1 and take D instead of d2 in a place
where the earth resistibility is the same. In a place where the resistibility is different, you can take
3D instead of d1 and take 1.7D instead of d2.

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Powering On the S9300&S9300E


1

Checking Before Power-on

Power cables and ground cables


No.

Check Item

Check Method

The power cables and ground cables must be the copper


wires and have no splice. The cables are safely
connected complying with standards.

View

The power cables and ground cables are connected


safely. The spring washer of the ground cable terminal is
on the flat washer.

View

The lugs of the power cables and ground cables are


soldered or crimped tightly.

View

The power cables and ground cables are not crossed and
are separated from other cables.

View

The unneeded part of the power cables and ground


cables should be cut. The cables cannot be circled.

View

The ground cables must be tightly connected to the doors


of the cabinet.

View

Signal cables
No.

Check Item

Check Method

All the signal cables to be deployed pass the continuity


check.

View

No signal cable is placed on the heat dissipation holes of


the cabinet.

View

The bent part of a signal cable cannot be too tight.

View

The cables in the cabinet cannot be crossed and the


cables outside the cabinet are bound.

View

The two ends of a signal cable are clearly identified by


labels and the texts on the labels are in the same
direction.

View

The bolts that fix the cables are tightened.

View

No.

Check Item

Check Method

The newly added device will not cause a loop on the


network. For example, a newly added device cannot be
connected to another device using two links because this
will cause a loop.

View the networking diagram.

Networking

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Powering On the S9300&S9300E


2

Powering On the S9300&S9300E

Indicator

Color

Meaning

MASTER

Green

On: The SRU where the VSTSA is installed is the master


in the CSS.
Off: The SRU where the VSTSA is installed may be the
standby SRU on the master switch, the active SRU on the
slave switch, or the standby SRU on the slave switch.

STACK ID

Green

This indicator shows the ID of a switch in a CSS.

ACT/
LINK

Green

On: The state of link is UP.


Off: The state of link is DOWN.

RUN/
ALM

Green

The indicators on the S9300&S9300E are the


same. The figure shows indicators of the
S9306.
Indicator/
Button

Color

Meaning

RUN/ALM

Green

On: The card is powered on


but the software is not
running.
Blinking (4 Hz): The system is
being started.
Blinking (0.5 Hz): The system
is in normal state.

Red

On: The card is faulty.

Yellow

Steady on: The card is


powered off.

ACT

Green

On: The MPU is the master


MPU.
Off: The MPU is the slave
MPU.

RST

Press this button to reset the


card.

On: The card is powered on but the software is not


running.
Blinking (4 Hz): The system is being powered on or being
restarted.
Blinking (0.5 Hz): The system is in normal state.

Indicator

Color

Meaning

RUN

Gree
n

On: The AC power input is normal.


Off: The power module has a fault that cannot be
rectified, or power output shutdown, overtemperature,
overvoltage, or undervoltage has occurred.

ALM

Yello
w

On: A power output shutdown alarm, overtemperature


alarm, overvoltage alarm, undervoltage alarm, or
overcurrent alarm is generated.
Blinking: The communication is interrupted.
Off: The power supply is normal.

FAULT

Red

On: The power supply is faulty and cannot be rectified.


Off: The power supply does not have any fault that
cannot be rectified.

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Indicator/Button

Color

Meaning

RUN/ALM

Green

On: The card is powered on


but the software is not
running.
Blinking (4 Hz): The system
is being started.
Blinking (0.5 Hz): The
system is in normal state.

Red

On: The card is faulty.

Yellow

Steady on: The card is


powered off.

Indicator

Color

Meaning

RUN/ALM

Green

Blinking (0.5 Hz): The fan


modules work normally, and
the communication is normal.
Blinking (4 Hz): The fan
module works normally, but
the communication is
abnormal

Red

Blinking (0.5 Hz): An alarm is


generated; however, you
cannot determine whether to
replace the fan module. It is
recommended that you view
the situation for certain time.
On: A fan module is faulty and
you need to replace it.