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Table of Contents
Thisdocumenthas64pages

Summaryofchanges..................................................................... 7

1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.4
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
1.4.4

ConnectingSystemModule(FSMx)corecabling.......................... 9
Connectingexternalpowerfeed.................................................... 9
Connectinginternalopticalcables............................................... 16
Connectingtransmissioncables.................................................. 21
Overviewofconnectingtransmissioncabling.............................. 21
ConnectingRJ45transmissioncable...........................................21
ConnectingSFPtransmissioncable............................................ 23
ConnectingFSMxcoreoptionalcabling.......................................27
ConnectingSyncOutcable..........................................................27
ConnectingSyncIncable............................................................ 28
ConnectingExternalAlarmsandControls(EAC)cable...............29
ConnectingexternalIPdevices....................................................30

2
2.1
2.2
2.3

ConnectingFlexiMultiradio10BTSPowerDistributionSubModule(FPFD)cabling................................................................ 32
FPFDv.103cabling..................................................................... 32
FPFDv.204Eforecabling........................................................... 37
FPFDv.204Artesyncabling........................................................41

ConnectingFlexiMultiradio10BTSoptionalTransmissionSubModule(FTIF)cabling.................................................................. 47

ConnectingFlexiMultiradio10BTSCapacityExtensionSubModule(FBBA)cabling................................................................ 49

ConnectingFlexiMultiradio10BTSCapacityExtensionSubModule(FBBC)cabling................................................................ 53

ChecklistforcablingFlexiMultiradio10BTS...............................57

7
7.1
7.2

Appendices.................................................................................. 58
ContentsoftheFlexiMultiradio10BTSopticalcabledeliveries. 58
ContentsoftheFlexiMultiradio10BTSopticaltransceiver
deliveries...................................................................................... 59
ContentsoftheFlexiMultiradio10BTStransmissioncable
deliveries...................................................................................... 59
ContentsoftheFlexiMultiradio10BTSsynchronizationcable
deliveries...................................................................................... 60
EACcable(FTSI472578A)wiring............................................... 61
FlexiMultiradio10BTSPowerDistributionSub-Module(FPFD)
controlpanel.................................................................................62

7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6

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List of Figures

Figure1

RoutingDCpowercablethroughcableentry.......................................9

Figure2

Loosenscrewterminals......................................................................10

Figure3

StrippingDCpowercable...................................................................10

Figure4

InsertingDCpowercabletoIPboot................................................... 11

Figure5

RemovingnarrowendofIPboot........................................................ 12

Figure6

Removingtape................................................................................... 12

Figure7

InsertDCpowercablewires...............................................................13

Figure8

Tightenscrewterminals......................................................................14

Figure9

FixingIPboot......................................................................................15

Figure10

Installcableentries.............................................................................16

Figure11

Installingopticaltransceiver............................................................... 18

Figure12

Pullingbackcableconnectorseal...................................................... 19

Figure13

Connectingopticalcable.................................................................... 19

Figure14

Installingopticalcableconnectorseal................................................ 19

Figure15

Routingopticalcable.......................................................................... 20

Figure16

ConnectingRJ45transmissioncable................................................. 22

Figure17

Insertingopticaltransceiver................................................................24

Figure18

Pullingbacktheconnectorseal..........................................................25

Figure19

Connectingopticalcable.................................................................... 25

Figure20

Connectingopticalcable.................................................................... 26

Figure21

Pushingtheconnectorsealinplace...................................................26

Figure22

ConnectingSyncOutcable................................................................ 27

Figure23

ConnectingSyncIncable...................................................................28

Figure24

ConnectingEACcable....................................................................... 29

Figure25

ConnectingRJ45cabletoLMPport...................................................31

Figure26

PullingFSMxcoreout........................................................................ 33

Figure27

LooseningFPFDscrewterminals.......................................................33

Figure28

Wrappingtapearoundwires...............................................................34

Figure29

InsertingcabletoIPboot....................................................................34

Figure30

Removingtape................................................................................... 35

Figure31

ConnectingFPFDDCoutputcablewires...........................................35

Figure32

TighteningFPFDscrewterminals.......................................................35

Figure33

FixingIPboot......................................................................................36

Figure34

LooseningFPFDscrewterminals.......................................................38

Figure35

Wrappingtapearoundwires...............................................................38

Figure36

InsertingcabletoIPboot....................................................................39

Figure37

Removingtape................................................................................... 39

Figure38

ConnectingFPFDDCoutputcablewires...........................................40

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Figure39

TighteningFPFDscrewterminals.......................................................40

Figure40

FixingIPboot......................................................................................41

Figure41

LooseningFPFDscrewterminals.......................................................42

Figure42

Wrappingtapearoundwires...............................................................43

Figure43

InsertingcabletoIPboot....................................................................43

Figure44

Removingtape................................................................................... 44

Figure45

ConnectingFPFDDCoutputcablewires...........................................44

Figure46

TighteningFPFDscrewterminals.......................................................45

Figure47

FixingIPboot......................................................................................46

Figure48

ConnectingFTIFcabling.................................................................... 47

Figure49

RemovingFBBAIPseals................................................................... 49

Figure50

Connectingpowercable..................................................................... 49

Figure51

Chainingpowercable......................................................................... 50

Figure52

ConnectingQSFPcable..................................................................... 50

Figure53

ConnectingsecondQSPFcable........................................................ 51

Figure54

BendingtheQSFPcables(1).............................................................52

Figure55

BendingtheQSFPcables(2).............................................................52

Figure56

RemovingFBBCIPseals................................................................... 53

Figure57

Connectingpowercable..................................................................... 53

Figure58

ConnectingQSFPcable..................................................................... 54

Figure59

ConnectingsecondQSFPcable........................................................ 55

Figure60

BendingtheQSFPcables(1).............................................................56

Figure61

BendingtheQSFPcables(2).............................................................56

Figure62

FPFDcontrolpanel.............................................................................62

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List of Tables

Table1

RATreleasescoveredbythedocument...............................................7

Table2

Opticalcabledeliveries.......................................................................58

Table3

Opticaltransceiverdeliveries..............................................................59

Table4

Transmissioncabledeliveries.............................................................59

Table5

Synccabledeliveries..........................................................................60

Table6

EACcable(FTSI)wiring..................................................................... 61

Table7

FPFDLEDindications........................................................................ 63

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Summaryofchanges

Summary of changes
Changesbetweendocumentissuesarecumulative.Therefore,thelatestdocument
issuecontainsallchangesmadetopreviousissues.
ThisdocumentiscommonforallRadioAccessTechnologies(RAT).Youmayfindhere
informationaboutsolutionsthatarenotavailableorsupportedinaspecificSWrelease
orRAT.TableRATreleasescoveredbythedocumentlistsallSWreleasescoveredby
thecontentofthisdocument.ForfeaturessupportedinyourSWrelease,seerespective
featuredocumentationchapterinthesystemlibrary.
Table1

RATreleasescoveredbythedocument

Radio Access Technology (RAT)

Product release

GSM

RG20,RG30

LTE

RL25TD,RL35TD,RL45TD
RL40,RL50,RL60

WCDMA

RU40

FlexiMultiradio10BTSisonWN8.03.0levelandisnotvalidforRU50.

Changes between issues 10 (2014-06-04) and 11 (2014-06-24)


Connecting Sync In cable

GPScableassembly300mhasbeenaddedtothelist.

FPFD v. 204 Efore cabling

Newchapter.

FPFD v. 204 Artesyn cabling

Newchapter.

Changes between issues 09 (2014-03-25) and 10 (2014-06-04)


Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS Power Distribution Sub-Module (FPFD) control panel

OvertempretureremovedfromtheredLEDfaultcaseinTable7:FPFDLED
indications.

FPFD v. 103 cabling

InformationaboutrequiredtoolhasbeenaddedtoStep2.

Connecting SFP transmission cable

Informationaboutusingreel-typeconnectioncleanerhasbeenaddedtoStep5.

Connecting internal optical cables

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Notehasbeenupdated.

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Connecting Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS Capacity Extension Sub-Module (FBBC)
cabling

Newchapter.

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1 Connecting System Module (FSMx) core


cabling
1.1 Connecting external power feed
Before you start

g
g

TheFSMxcoreDCinputisonlyusedwhenthereisnoFlexiMultiradio10BTS
PowerDistributionSub-Module(FPFD)intheconfiguration.
ExternalsurgeprotectionisalwaysneededinoutdoorinstallationswithFSMF
DCinput(withorwithoutFPFD)iftheinputpowerfeederlengthexceeds10m.
(InstalledclosetoFSMFDCinputport).
Shieldedpowerfeederisalwaysneededinoutdoorinstallationswhenthe
powerfeederlengthexceeds4m.Thepowerfeedercableneedstobe
groundedatbothends.
Makesurethatthemoduleisgrounded.
ChooseaDCpowercablebetweenouterdiameterswithasealingof6mmto20mm
(0.24-0.79in.).

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WARNING! Risk of short circuit.


MakesurethemainsiteswitchisintheOFFpositionbeforeyouconnectthe
DCpowercable.
NOTICE:Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingress
protection.UseonlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedby
NSN.Thisisrequiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingthe
outdoorcabinet.
Thepowercablemustbeconnectedbeforepowerisappliedtothesystem.

Route the DC power cable through the cable entry.


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Loosen the screw terminals of the DC in port on the FSMx front panel.
Figure2

Loosenscrewterminals

DCin

+ -

Strip the DC power cable and wrap tape around the exposed wires in order not
to break the IP boot.
Figure3

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Insert the taped end of the DC power cable to the IP boot.


Figure4

InsertingDCpowercabletoIPboot

Whenusingathickcable,thenarrowendoftheIPbootcanberemovedusing
scissors.Cutinonegosothatyougetacleancutsurface.SeeFigure5:Removing
narrowendofIPbootfordetails.NotethatyoucaninsertonlyoneDCcablewitha
diameterofmax.20mm(0.79in.)totheIPboot.Minimumcablediameteris6mm
(0.24in.).

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RemovingnarrowendofIPboot

Cablediameter17.1 -20.0 mm
cutwithscissorsinonego
Cablediameter10.1 - 17.0 mm
cutwithscissorsinonego
Cablediameter 6.0 - 10.0 mm
(nocuttingneed)

Remove the tape.


Figure6

Removingtape

Insert the DC power cable to the screw terminal and make sure that the polarity
of the wires is correct.
ConnectthewirestotheV48N-andV48RTN+connectorsaccordingtothemarkings
onthecable.

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WARNING! Risk of power supply failure and, in rare cases, of short


circuit.
Checkthatthepolarityiscorrectaccordingtothemarkingsonthecable.
Figure7

InsertDCpowercablewires

Tighten the screw terminals to 5.0 Nm (3.69 ft-lb).


MakesurethattheDCpowercableisnotbenttotheleftorrightinordertoavoid
tensiontotheDCinputterminals.

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Figure8

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Tightenscrewterminals

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Fix the IP boot in place and fix the screw. Tighten to max. 2.0 Nm (1.48 ft-lb).
Figure9

FixingIPboot

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Install the cable entries.


Figure10

Installcableentries

10 Fix the cable entry screws.


11 Fix the DC power cable to the side of the module casing with cable ties.

1.2 Connecting internal optical cables


Purpose
TheopticalcablesconnectedbetweentheSystemModuleandeachoftheRFModules
orRemoteRadioHeads(orthesystemextensionmodule)areusedfortransmitting
signalsbetweenmodules.
TheSystemModulesupportsopticalcablesinthreelengthranges:
1. 0-13km(dependingontheRFHWversion,thevaluesmightvaryasfollows:0-10
...13km)
2. 13-26km(dependingontheRFHWversion,thevaluesmightvaryasfollows:10...
13kmor20...26km)
3. 26-39km(dependingontheRFHWversion,thevaluesmightvaryasfollows:20...
26kmor30...39km)
TheRFModulesmustbeconnectedtotheSystemModulewithafiberfromthesame
lengthrange.
NotethatincaseofRFchaining,theopticalcablelengthfromtheSystemModuletoany
RFModuleinchainmustremaininthesamelengthrange.IncaseofRFModules
chaining,thelengthrangeisthetotalopticalpathlengthbetweentheSystemModule
andthelastRFModuleinchain.
SeeContentsoftheFlexiMultiradio10BTSopticalcabledeliveriesandContentsofthe
FlexiMultiradio10BTSopticaltransceiverdeliveriesforsupportedcablesandoptical
transceivers.

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Before you start

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WARNING! Risk of eye damage caused by invisible laser beam.


Makesurethatthelaserbeamisswitchedoffwhenopticalcablesareinstalled.
CAUTION! Risk of personal injury.
Alwaysstoptransmissionbeforedetachingtheopticalfiberfromanopticalfiber
connectormarkedwithawarningtriangle.
NOTICE:Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingress
protection.UseonlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedby
NSN.Thisisrequiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingthe
outdoorcabinet.
NOTICE:Overbendingtheopticalfibercablesdamagesthecablesandcan
detachordamagetheconnectors.Donotbendopticalfibrecablestoaradius
smallerthantheminimumradiusof70mm(2.76inches)forcableswith
diameter7mm(0.28inches)or50mm(1.97inches)forcableswithdiameter5
mm(0.20inches).
NOTICE:Theopticalfiberconnectorisfragile.Handleitwithcare.
NOTICE:Opticalcablesarefragile.Alwaysroutetheopticalcabletothe
directionitisbended.
NOTICE:Opticalfibersaresensitive.Thepresenceofcontaminantslowersthe
mechanicalstrengthoftheopticalfiberandmaydampenthetransmissionof
lightinthefibers.Cleanallopticalfiberconnectorsbeforeinstallationusingan
opticalfibersconnectorcleaningkit.

WhenusingtwoorthreeparallelopticalfibersperRFModule,thedifferencein
lengthsbetweenthecablesmustnotexceed30m.

NOTICE:IftheSFPmoduleishotswapped,asiteresetisrequired.

Remove the IP seals from the relevant optical cable connectors in both System
and RF Modules.
WhenpullingouttheIPseal,bendingittoanydirectionisonlyallowedfora
maximumlengthof2mm(0.08in.).WhentheIPsealhascomeout2mmoutofits
slot,onlyuseaxialforcetocompletetheIPsealremoval.
Storethesealsforlateruse.

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Installingopticaltransceiver

2m

Bendingonlyallowedformax.2mm.
When2mmout,onlyuseaxialforce.

Remove the protective cap from the optical transceiver and push it in the
System Module.
NOTICE:AlwaysconnectRFModulesusingtheirOPT1porttothe
consecutivemasterSystemModuleports,startingfromRF/EXT1port.
MakesureyouinserttheopticaltransceiverasshowninFigure11:Installingoptical
transceiver.
Oncetheopticaltransceiverisinserted,flipthelatchup.

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Pull back the optical cable connector seal to uncover the connector.
Figure12

ConnectingSystemModule(FSMx)corecabling

Pullingbackcableconnectorseal

Remove the protective plug and clean the connectors using a reel type optical
fiber connector cleaner or follow the instructions below.
a) Moistenalint-freeswaboronesectionofalint-freewipewithonedropof99%
alcohol.
b) Lightlywipetheconnectorwithalcoholmoistenedswaborwipe.
c) Dryanyremainingalcoholwithadryswaborthedrysectionofthewipe.
d) Properlydisposeoftheswaborwipe.Donotreuse.

Connect the cable to the System Module.


Makesureitclicksintoplace.
Figure13

Push the connector seal firmly in place.


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Route the cable between the System and RF Modules.


Figure15

Routingopticalcable

Leftside

Coil up the excess cable and fix it with cable ties.


Youshouldstoreanexcessivecablematerialinacablecoil.Followthestepsbelow.
a) Coil the cables according to the specified bending radius.

Donotexceedtheminimumbendingradiusvalue.
b) Support the coil so that the cable own weight does not cause coil to
change its form.
c) Store the coil outside in secured location so the weather conditions have
no impact.

Remove the protective cap from the optical transceiver and push it in the RF
Module.

10 Pull back the optical cable connector seal to uncover the connector.
11 Remove the protective plug and clean the connector according to the
instructions given in step 4.
12 Connect the optical cable to the RF Module.
Makesureitclicksintoplace.

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13 Push the connector seal firmly in place.


14 Repeat for each RF Module in the configuration.
15 Make sure that all the connector seals are properly installed.

1.3 Connecting transmission cables


1.3.1 Overview of connecting transmission cabling
WithFlexiMultiradio10BTSSystemModule,therearethreeoptionsfortransmission:
twointegratedinterfacesontheFSMxcoreandanoptionaltransmissionsub-module.

1) EIF1 interface (RJ45)


Thisintegratedtransmissioninterfaceismarked"EIF1"ontheFSMxcorefrontpanel.If
youareusingthistransmissionoption,seeConnectingRJ45transmissioncable.

2) EIF2 interface (SFP/SFP+)


Thisintegratedtransmissioninterfaceismarked"EIF2/RF/6"ontheFSMxfrontpanel.
Theinterfacecanbesoftware-configuredtoeitherGEEthernetinterfacefortransport
purposes(SFP)orRP3-01/CPRIinterface(SFP+).Notethatitisonlyavailablefor
transportifanoptionaltransmissionsub-moduleisnotdeployed.Ifyouareusingthis
transmissionoption,seeConnectingSFPtransmissioncable.

3) Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS optional Transmission Sub-Module


IfmoreorotherEthernetinterfacesarerequiredthenaFlexiMultiradio10BTSoptional
TransmissionSub-Moduleisneeded.Forinstallationinstructions,seeInstallingFlexi
Multiradio10BTSoptionalTransmissionSub-Module(FTIF).Forcablinginstructions,
seeConnectingFlexiMultiradio10BTSoptionalTransmissionSub-Module(FTIF)
cabling.
SeeContentsoftheFlexiMultiradio10BTStransmissioncabledeliveriesforalistof
cablesavailable.

1.3.2 Connecting RJ45 transmission cable


Before you start

NOTICE:
Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingressprotection.Use
onlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedbyNSN.Thisis
requiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingtheoutdoorcabinet.
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NOTICE:
Riskofdamagetoequipment.FlexiBTStransmissioncableswithweatherresistantbootsmustbeusedinoutdoorinstallations.
Figure16

ConnectingRJ45transmissioncable

2
4

1
3

5
6

Remove the IP seal from the EIF1 port on the FSMx core front panel.
Storethesealforlateruse.

Route the transmission cable through the cable entry.

Pull back the connector seal to uncover the connector.

Connect the cable to the EIF1 port.


Makesureitclicksintoplace.

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Push the cable connector seal firmly in place.

Coil up the excess cable and fix it on the module casing with cable ties.

Make sure that the connector seal is properly installed.

1.3.3 Connecting SFP transmission cable


Before you start

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WARNING! Danger of eye damage caused by invisible laser beam.


Makesurethatthelaserbeamisswitchedoffduringopticalfiberinstallation.
NOTICE:OnlyNSNproprietarySFPs(seechapter
SmallForm-factorPluggabletransceivers(SFPs)in
FlexiMultiradioBaseStationOptionalItemsDescriptionand
FlexiMultiradio10BaseStationOptionalItemsDescription)mustbeusedforall
opticalconnections(bothsinglemodeandmultimode)toconnectSystem
ModuleandRadioModule.Anyexceptiontothisrulerequiresawrittenproduct
managementapproval.
NOTICE:Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingress
protection.UseonlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedby
NSN.Thisisrequiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingthe
outdoorcabinet.
NOTICE:Riskofdamagetoequipment.FlexiBTStransmissioncableswith
weather-resistantbootsmustbeusedinoutdoorinstallations.

Remove the IP seal from the EIF2/RF/6 port on the FSMx core front panel.
Storethesealforlateruse.

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Insertingopticaltransceiver

2m

Bendingonlyallowedformax.2mm.
When2mmout,onlyuseaxialforce.

Remove the protective cap from the optical transceiver and push it in the
EIF2/RF/6 port.
Makesureyouinserttheopticaltransceiverasshownin.
Oncetheopticaltransceiverisinserted,flipthelatchup.

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Route the transmission cable through the cable entry.

Pull back the connector seal to uncover the connector.


Figure18

Pullingbacktheconnectorseal

Remove the protective plug from the optical cable and clean the connector
using a reel-type optical connector cleaner or according to the instructions
below:
a) Moistenalint-freeswaboronesectionofalint-freewipewithonedropof99%
alcohol.
b) Lightlywipetheconnectorwithalcoholmoistenedswaborwipe.
c) Dryanyremainingalcoholwithadryswaborthedrysectionofthewipe.
d) Properlydisposeoftheswaborwipe.Donotreuse.

Connect the cable to the EIF2/RF/6 port.


Makesureitclicksintoplace.
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Connectingopticalcable

Push the cable connector seal firmly in place.


Figure21

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Coil up the excess cable and fix it on the module casing with cable ties.

Make sure that the connector seal is properly installed.

1.4 Connecting FSMx core optional cabling


1.4.1 Connecting Sync Out cable
Purpose
Figure22

ConnectingSyncOutcable

Remove the IP seal from the Sync Out port on the FSMx core.
Storethesealforlateruse.

Connect a Sync cable (for example FTSF 472509A) to the Sync Out port.
Thecorrectendofthecableismarkedwiththelabel"SyncOut".

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Push the connector seal firmly in place.

Connect the other end of the Sync cable to the Sync In port of the second
FSMx in your configuration.

Fix the excess cable with cable ties.

1.4.2 Connecting Sync In cable


Purpose
Figure23

ConnectingSyncIncable

Before you start


Theexamplecablesthatcanbeusedarelistedbelow:
Externalsynchronizationinput:

SyncCableF(FTSF472509A)
SyncCableG(FTSG472576A)

PoweringandcontrollingGPSequipment:

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GPScableassembly30m(FTSE472510A)
GPScableassembly100m(FTSH472577A)
GPScableassembly300m(FTSM472870A)

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Remove the IP seal from the Sync In port on the FSMx core.
Storethesealforlateruse.

Connect the cable to the Sync In port.


Thecorrectendofthecableismarkedwiththelabel"SyncIn".

Push the connector seal firmly in place.

Connect the other end of the cable as follows:

IfyourcableisaFTSF,connectittotheSyncOutportofthesecondFSMFin
yourconfiguration.
IfyourcableisaFTSG,connectittotheSyncOutportofFSMC/D/E.
IfyourcableisaFTSE/H,connectittotheGPSantenna.

Fix the excess cable with cable ties.

1.4.3 Connecting External Alarms and Controls (EAC) cable


Purpose
Figure24

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Remove the IP seal from the EAC port on the FSMx core.
Storethesealforlateruse.

Connect an EAC cable (FTSI 472578A) to the EAC port.


Thecorrectendofthecableismarkedwiththelabel"EAC".

Push the connector seal firmly in place.

Connect the other end of the cable to the Flexi System External Alarm module
(FSEB).
Alternatively,youcancutofftheDconnectorandconnecttheotherendofthecable
to,forexample,yourpatchpanelbasedonthecolorcodingofthecable.See
appendixEACcable(FTSI472578A)wiringfordetails.

Fix the excess cable with cable ties.

1.4.4 Connecting external IP devices


Purpose
ExternalIPdevicescanbeconnectedtoFSMFthroughtheLMPport.
Before you start

NOTICE:

NOTICE:

Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingressprotection.Use
onlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedbyNSN.Thisis
requiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingtheoutdoorcabinet.

IfyouconnectRCUAtotheFSMF,connectthedevicethrough10/100Mbit
switch/hub.RCUAworkswith10Mbit/sspeedwithnoautonegotiationsupport.
Summary

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ConnectingSystemModule(FSMx)corecabling

ConnectingRJ45cabletoLMPport

2
4

1
3

Remove the IP seal from the LMP port on the FSMx core front panel.
Storethesealforlateruse.

Route the transmission cable through the cable entry.

Pull back the connector seal to uncover the connector.

Connect the cable to the LMP port.


Makesureitclicksintoplace.

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Push the cable connector seal firmly in place.

Coil up the excess cable and fix it on the module casing with cable ties.

Make sure that the connector seal is properly installed.


AlwaysclosetheIPcapafterdisconnectingthecable.

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2 Connecting Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS Power


Distribution Sub-Module (FPFD) cabling
2.1 FPFD v. 103 cabling
Before you start

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NOTICE:Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingress
protection.UseonlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedby
NSN.Thisisrequiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingthe
outdoorcabinet.
WARNING! Risk of short circuit.
WhentheFPFDisinuse,itfeeds48VtotheFSMxcoreDCInport.
MakesurethattheportiscoveredwiththeIPsealandnotused.Donotalso
usetheDCInportforfeedingothermodules.
ExternalsurgeprotectionisalwaysneededinoutdoorinstallationswithFPFD
outputiftheoutputpowerfeederlengthexceeds10m(installedatFSMFend
only).
Shieldedpowerfeederisalwaysneededinoutdoorinstallationswhenthe
powerfeederlengthexceeds4m.Thepowerfeedercableneedstobe
groundedatbothends.
IftheDCinputcableisnotconnectedyet,seeInstallingFlexiMultiradio10BTSPower
DistributionSub-Module(FPFD)fordetails.
Ifcableentriesareinstalled,removethem.
IfyouneedtoconnectDCoutputcablestotheFPFDfrontpanelwhileitisrunning,turn
thepowerofffromthecontrolpanel.SeeFlexiMultiradio10BTSPowerDistribution
Sub-Module(FPFD)controlpanelfordetails.

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Undo the screws holding the FSMx core in place and pull it out slightly.
Figure26

PullingFSMxcoreout

Loosen the screw terminals on the FPFD front panel with a 2.5mm allen key.
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Strip the DC output cable and wrap tape around the exposed wires in order not
to break the IP boot.
Thecablesizeisrangeis4to16mm2(12to6AWG).
Figure28

Insert the taped end of the cable to the IP boot.


Figure29

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Remove the tape.


Figure30

ConnectingFlexiMultiradio10BTSPowerDistribution
Sub-Module(FPFD)cabling

Removingtape

Insert the cable to the screw terminal and make sure that the polarity of the
wires is correct.
WARNING! Risk of power supply failure and, in rare cases, of short
circuit.
Checkthatthepolarityiscorrectaccordingtothemarkingsonthecable.
Figure31

ConnectingFPFDDCoutputcablewires

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Tighten the screw terminals to 3.0 Nm (2.21 ft-lb).


MakesurethattheDCcableisnotbenttotheleftorrightinordertoavoidtensionto
theDCoutputterminals.
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Fix the IP boot in place.


Figure33

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Repeat steps 2 to 8 as many times as necessary.

10 Reinsert the FSMx core and fix the screws.

2.2 FPFD v. 204 Efore cabling


Before you start

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NOTICE:Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingress
protection.UseonlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedby
NSN.Thisisrequiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingthe
outdoorcabinet.
Separatetheinputcabletopositiveandnegativewires(accordingtotheir
electricalpolarity).Outputwireshavetobeplacedinsideroundjacket.
WARNING! Risk of short circuit.
WhentheFPFDisinuse,itfeeds48VtotheFSMxcoreDCInport.
MakesurethattheportiscoveredwiththeIPsealandnotused.Donotalso
usetheDCInportforfeedingothermodules.
ExternalsurgeprotectionisalwaysneededforoutdoorinstallationswithFPFD
outputiftheoutputpowerfeederlengthexceeds10m(installedattheFSMF
endonly).
Shieldedpowerfeederisalwaysneededforoutdoorinstallationswhenthe
powerfeederlengthexceeds4m.Thepowerfeedercableneedstobe
groundedatbothends.

ConductorwirediameterofDCcableneedstobeselectedbasedonthePDU
Fuserating.OVPDCampacityshallnotbelowerthanthePDUFuserating.For
newerFPFDPDUversionA.204with43Alabel,asingleDCcableissufficient
anddualDCcableFPCAmustnotbeused.
IftheDCinputcableisnotconnectedyet,seeInstallingFlexiMultiradio10BTSPower
DistributionSub-Module(FPFD)fordetails.
Ifcableentriesareinstalled,removethem.
IfyouneedtoconnectDCoutputcablestotheFPFDfrontpanelwhileitisrunning,turn
thepowerofffromthecontrolpanel.SeeFlexiMultiradio10BTSPowerDistribution
Sub-Module(FPFD)controlpanelfordetails.

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Loosen the screw terminals on the FPFD front panel with a TX25 tool.
Figure34

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LooseningFPFDscrewterminals

Strip 10 mm of insulation off the DC output cable and wrap exposed wires with
tape in order not to break the IP boot.
Thecablesizerangeis10to16mm2(7to6AWG).
Figure35

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Cut the tip of the IP boot with scissors according to your cable diameter.

Insert the taped end of the cable to the IP boot.


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Remove the tape.


Figure37

ConnectingFlexiMultiradio10BTSPowerDistribution
Sub-Module(FPFD)cabling

Removingtape

Insert the cable to the screw terminal and make sure that the polarity of the
wires is correct.
WARNING! Risk of power supply failure and, in rare cases, of short
circuit.
Makesurethatthepolarityiscorrectaccordingtothemarkingsonthecable.

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Figure38

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ConnectingFPFDDCoutputcablewires

- +

Tighten the screw terminals to 3.0 Nm (2.21 ft-lb).


MakesurethattheDCcableisnotbenttotheleftorrightinordertoavoidtensionto
theDCoutputterminals.

NOTICE:Themaximumtorqueis4.0Nm(2.95ft-lb).Donotovertighten.
Figure39

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TighteningFPFDscrewterminals

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Fix the IP boot in place.


Figure40

FixingIPboot

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Repeat steps 2 to 8 as many times as necessary.

2.3 FPFD v. 204 Artesyn cabling


Before you start

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NOTICE:Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingress
protection.UseonlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedby
NSN.Thisisrequiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingthe
outdoorcabinet.

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Separatetheinputcabletopositiveandnegativewires(accordingtotheir
electricalpolarity).Outputwireshavetobeplacedinsideroundjacket.
WARNING! Risk of short circuit.
WhentheFPFDisinuse,itfeeds48VtotheFSMxcoreDCInport.
MakesurethattheportiscoveredwiththeIPsealandnotused.Donotalso
usetheDCInportforfeedingothermodules.
ExternalsurgeprotectionisalwaysneededforoutdoorinstallationswithFPFD
outputiftheoutputpowerfeederlengthexceeds10m(installedatFSMFend
only).
Shieldedpowerfeederisalwaysneededforoutdoorinstallationswhenthe
powerfeederlengthexceeds4m.Thepowerfeedercableneedstobe
groundedatbothends.

ConductorwirediameterofDCcableneedstobeselectedbasedonthePDU
Fuserating.OVPDCampacityshallnotbelowerthanthePDUFuserating.For
newerFPFDPDUversionA.204with43Alabel,asingleDCcableissufficient
anddualDCcableFPCAmustnotbeused.
IftheDCinputcableisnotconnectedyet,seeInstallingFlexiMultiradio10BTSPower
DistributionSub-Module(FPFD)fordetails.
Ifcableentriesareinstalled,removethem.
IfyouneedtoconnectDCoutputcablestotheFPFDfrontpanelwhileitisrunning,turn
thepowerofffromthecontrolpanel.SeeFlexiMultiradio10BTSPowerDistribution
Sub-Module(FPFD)controlpanelfordetails.

Loosen the screw terminals on the FPFD front panel with a TX25 tool.
Figure41

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LooseningFPFDscrewterminals

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Strip 10 mm of insulation off the DC output cable and wrap the exposed wires
with tape in order not to break the IP boot.
Thecablesizeisrangeis10to16mm2(7to6AWG).
Figure42

Cut the tip of the IP boot with scissors according to your cable size.

Insert the taped end of the cable to the IP boot.


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InsertingcabletoIPboot

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Remove the tape.


Figure44

CablingFlexiMultiradio10BaseStation

Removingtape

Insert the cable to the screw terminal and make sure that the polarity of the
wires is correct.
WARNING! Risk of power supply failure and, in rare cases, of short
circuit.
Makesurethatthepolarityiscorrectaccordingtothemarkingsonthecable.
Figure45

ConnectingFPFDDCoutputcablewires

- +

Tighten the screw terminals to 3.0 Nm (2.21 ft-lb).


MakesurethattheDCcableisnotbenttotheleftorrightinordertoavoidtensionto
theDCoutputterminals.

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TighteningFPFDscrewterminals

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Fix the IP boot in place.


Figure47

FixingIPboot

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TransmissionSub-Module(FTIF)cabling

3 Connecting Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS optional


Transmission Sub-Module (FTIF) cabling
Before you start

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NOTICE:Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingress
protection.UseonlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedby
NSN.Thisisrequiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingthe
outdoorcabinet.
NOTICE:IftheSFPmoduleishotswappedasiteresetisrequired.
Summary
Figure48

ConnectingFTIFcabling
IfusingOPT Ifs:

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Remove IP seals from the relevant transmission sub-module ports.


Storethesealsforlateruse.

If using the optical interfaces, insert SFP modules to the EIF1 and EIF2 ports.
UseonlyrecommendedSFPmodules.

NOTICE:IftheSFPmoduleishotswappedasiteresetisrequired.

Route a transmission cable through the cable entry.

Pull back the connector seal covering the transmission cable connector.

If using the optical interfaces, clean the optical cables before connecting them.
SeeConnectinginternalopticalcablesforinstructions.

Connect the cable to the transmission sub-module.

Push the cable connector seal firmly in place.

Coil up the excess cable and fix it on the module casing with cable ties.

Repeat steps 3-8 for all the transmission cables required for your
configuration.

10 Make sure that all the connector seals are properly installed.

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4 Connecting Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS Capacity


Extension Sub-Module (FBBA) cabling
Before you start

NOTICE:Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingress
protection.UseonlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedby
NSN.Thisisrequiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingthe
outdoorcabinet.

Remove IP seals from the FBBA ports that you are going to use.
Storethesealsforlateruse.
Figure49

RemovingFBBAIPseals

Connect the power cable (995297) from the DC out port on the FSMx core to
the DC in port on the FBBA front panel.
Makesureitclicksintoplace.
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Push the connector seals firmly in place.

If using two FBBA sub-modules, chain the power cable from the DC out port of
the first FBBA to the DC in port of the second FBBA.
Figure51

CablingFlexiMultiradio10BaseStation

Chainingpowercable

Push the connector seals firmly in place.

Connect a QSFP cable (995298) from the BB EXT1 port on the FSMx core to the
BB EXT port on the FBBA front panel.
NOTICE:Makesurethepowercableisconnectedbeforeconnectingthe
QSFPcable.
Makesureitclicksintoplace.
Figure52

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Push the connector seals firmly in place.

If using two FBBA sub-modules, connect a QSFP cable (995298) from the BB
EXT2 port on the FSMx core to the BB EXT port of the second FBBA.
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Push the connector seals firmly in place.

10 Make sure that all the connector seals are properly installed.
11 If applicable, install a front cover on the FSMx.

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NOTICE:Donotbreakthemaximumbendingradiusof40mm(1.57in.)for
theQSFPcables.Bendthecablesupwardsasshownin
Figure54:BendingtheQSFPcables(1)and
Figure55:BendingtheQSFPcables(2),ensuringthattheouteredgesof
thecablesarewithinthefrontcoverinnerdimensions.
Figure54

BendingtheQSFPcables(1)

Figure55

BendingtheQSFPcables(2)

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5 Connecting Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS Capacity


Extension Sub-Module (FBBC) cabling
Before you start

NOTICE:Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingress
protection.UseonlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswithsealsprovidedby
NSN.Thisisrequiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingthe
outdoorcabinet.

Remove IP seals from the DC power cable and FBBC ports that you are going
to use.
Storethesealsforlateruse.
Figure56

RemovingFBBCIPseals

Follow steps below to connect the DC power cable:


Figure57

Connectingpowercable

A
C

a) Connect the cable to the DC out port on the FSMx core.

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b) If using two FBBC sub-modules, connect the cable to the DC IN port of the
right FBBC sub-module.

IfusingonlyoneFBBCsub-module,leavetheprotectivecaponthe
unusedpowerconnectoroftheDCpowercable.
c) Connect the cable to the DC IN port of the left FBBC sub-module.

Push the connector seals firmly in place.

Connect a QSFP cable (995298) from the BB EXT1 port on the FSMx core to the
BB EXT port on the FBBC front panel.
NOTICE:Makesurethepowercableisconnectedbeforeconnectingthe
QSFPcable.
Makesureitclicksintoplace.
Figure58

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Push the connector seals firmly in place.

If using two FBBC sub-modules, connect a QSFP cable (995298) from the BB
EXT2 port on the FSMx core to the BB EXT port of the second FBBC.
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Push the connector seals firmly in place.

Make sure that all the connector seals are properly installed.

If applicable, install a front cover on the FSMx.


NOTICE:Donotbreakthemaximumbendingradiusof40mm(1.57in.)for
theQSFPcables.Bendthecablesupwardsasshownin
Figure60:BendingtheQSFPcables(1)and
Figure61:BendingtheQSFPcables(2),ensuringthattheouteredgesof
thecablesarewithinthefrontcoverinnerdimensions.
Figure60

BendingtheQSFPcables(1)

Figure61

BendingtheQSFPcables(2)

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6 Checklist for cabling Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS


Work phase

Checked

Groundingcableisconnected.
Internalpowercablesareconnected.
Opticalcablesarecleanedandconnected.
Transmissioncablesareconnected.
Optionalcablesareconnected.
Allcableconnectorsealsarefirmlyinplace.
UnusedconnectorsarecoveredwithIPseals.
OnlyNSNprovidedcablesareused.
Modulefrontpanelcoversareinstalled.

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7 Appendices
7.1 Contents of the Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS optical
cable deliveries
TheFlexiMultiradio10BTSexemplaryopticalcablesarelistedinTable2:Opticalcable
deliveries.
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Opticalcabledeliveries

Cable type

Product code

Description

FSFOFlexiSystemFibre
HF2m

471851A

Halogenfree,2LC
connectorsand2rubber
gaskets

FSFDFlexiSystemFibreD 471743A
4m

2LCconnectorsand2
rubbergaskets

FSFFFlexiSystemFibreF
10m

471707A

2LCconnectorsand2
rubbergaskets

FSFGFlexiSystemFibreG 471708A
20m

2LCconnectorsand2
rubbergaskets

FSFHFlexiSystemFibreH 471709A
30m

2LCconnectorsand2
rubbergaskets

FSFIFlexiSystemFibreI
40m

471710A

2LCconnectorsand2
rubbergaskets

FSFBFlexiSystemFibreB 471395A
50m

2LCconnectorsand2
rubbergaskets

FSFQFlexiSystemFibre
HF50m

Halogenfree,2LC
connectorsand2rubber
gaskets

471852A

FSFKFlexiSystemFibreK 471711A
75m

2LCconnectorsand2
rubbergaskets

FSFCFlexiSystemFibreC 471396A
100m

2LCconnectorsand2
rubbergaskets

FSFPFlexiSystemFibreP 471712A
200m

2LCconnectorsand2
rubbergaskets

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7.2 Contents of the Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS optical


transceiver deliveries
TheFlexiMultiradio10BTSexemplaryopticaltransceiversarelistedinTable3:Optical
transceiverdeliveries.
Table3

Opticaltransceiverdeliveries

Cable type

Product code

Description

FOSDFlexiOptical
TelecomSFPGbE850nm
MM

471881A

SFPTransceiver
1000Base-SXEthernet,
wave-length850nm,short
haul

FOSCFlexiOptical
471880A
TelecomSFPGbE1310nm

SFPTransceiver
1000Base-LXEthernet,
Wavelength1310nm,
suitablee.g.forFTCH,long
haul

7.3 Contents of the Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS


transmission cable deliveries
TheFlexiMultiradio10BTSexemplarytransmissioncablesarelistedinTable4:
Transmissioncabledeliveries.
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Cable type

Product code

Description

FTCYODCableRJ48C
CAT715m

472427A

Dualtwistedpaircablefor
2xE1,oneendwithRJ48C
andrubbergasket

FTCBODCableRJ48C
120ohm15m

470309A

Twistedpaircablefor1xE1,
oneendwithRJ48Cand
rubbergasket

FTCVODCableRJ48C
120ohm30m

471713A

Twistedpaircablefor1xE1,
oneendwithRJ48Cand
rubbergasket

FTCXODCableRJ48C
120ohm50m

471714A

Twistedpaircablefor1xE1,
oneendwithRJ48Cand
rubbergasket

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Table4

Transmissioncabledeliveries(Cont.)

Cable type

Product code

Description

FTCHODCableLCSM
131015m

470311A

Opticalfiberwith2xLC
connectorandonerubber
gasket

FTCRODCableRJ45
CAT5E15m

471408A

TwistedpaircableforGE,
oneendwithRJ45and
rubbergasket

FTCSODCableRJ45
CAT5E30m

471717A

TwistedpaircableforGE,
oneendwithRJ45and
rubbergasket

FTCTODCableRJ45
CAT5E50m

471718A

TwistedpaircableforGE,
oneendwithRJ45and
rubbergasket

FTCLODCableRJ48CRJ48C120ohm4m

472348A

Twistedpaircablefor1xE1,
bothendswithRJ48Cand
rubbergaskets

FTCWODCableRJ45RJ45CAT5E4m

472347A

TwistedpaircableforGE,
bothendswithRJ45and
rubbergaskets

FTCAODCableRJ48CTQ-M/0120ohm5m

470312A

Pre-fabricatedco-location
cableforUltraSite,RJ48C
toTQconnector,for1xE1
withonerubbergasket

7.4 Contents of the Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS


synchronization cable deliveries
TheFlexiMultiradio10BTSexemplarysynchronizationcablesarelistedinTable5:Sync
cabledeliveries.
Table5

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Synccabledeliveries

Cable type

Product code

Description

FTSFSyncCableF

472509A

2xHDMIconnectorwith
rubbergasketstoconnect
SyncIn/Outportsof
collocatedFSMF

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Synccabledeliveries(Cont.)

Cable type

Product code

Description

FTSGSyncCableG

472576A

S1xHDMIandone
MDR14connectorwith
rubbergasketstoconnect
FSMFSyncIntoe.g.
FSMESyncOutport

7.5 EAC cable (FTSI 472578A) wiring


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EACcable(FTSI)wiring

Conn. 1 (HDMI) Conn. 2 (D37)

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Pair: wire color

Description

Pin no.

Pin no.

1:Black

EXT_AL0_H

2:Brown

EXT_AL1_H

1:White/Black

EXT_AL2_H

10

2:White/Brown

EXT_AL3_H

11

3:Red

EXT_AL4_H

12

4:Orange

EXT_AL5_H

1+13

3:White/Red

EXT_CTRL0_EXT_AL
6_H

2+14

4:White/Orange

EXT_CTRL1_EXT_AL
7_H

3+15

5:Yellow

EXT_CTRL2_EXT_AL
8_H

10

4+16

6:Green

EXT_CTRL3_EXT_AL
9_H

11

5+17

5:White/Yellow

EXT_CTRL4_EXT_AL
10_H

12

6+18

6:White/Green

EXT_CTRL5_EXT_AL
11_H

13

19

7:Blue

P5V0_EAC

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EACcable(FTSI)wiring(Cont.)

Conn. 1 (HDMI) Conn. 2 (D37)

Pair: wire color

Description

Pin no.

Pin no.

14

20

7:White/Blue

P5V0_EAC

15

23

8:Violet

PROT_CAN_H_P5V_
EAC

16

27

9:Grey

GND

17

24

8:White/Violet

PROT_CAN_L_P5V_
EAC

18

25

10:Pink

GND

19

28

9:White/Grey

GND

7.6 Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS Power Distribution SubModule (FPFD) control panel
ThecontrolpanelislocatedonthefrontpaneloftheFlexiMultiradio10BTSPower
DistributionSub-Module(FPFD).TherearefiveLEDsforthecorrespondingoutputports,
andtwopushbuttonsfortheON/OFFfunctionalityofthetheoutputs.
Figure62

FPFDcontrolpanel

RF1 RF2 RF3 RF4 SYS

SELECT

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FPFDLEDindications

LED color

Function of the
output

Fault caused by

Nocolor

Outputisdisabled

Yellow

Stand-by,output
disabled

Overload,over
temperatureorshort
circuit>Automatic
restart

Waitingforretry
Green

Normaloperation,
outputenabled

Red

Fault,outputdisabled

Overloadorshort
circuit>Remains
OFFafterfault

Blinkingred

Fuse#1willremain
disabled.Fuse#2to
fuse#5onlysignaling
function.

Reversepolarityor
feed-inintooutput

Allblinkingred

Alloutputsdisabled
afterpoweron

Internalhardware
failureindication

Blinkingyellow

Remotecontrolled,
outputdisabled

Blinkingblue

Selectionphase
active

No function (neutral):
PushingtheSETbuttonoutsidetheselectionphasedoesnotdoanything.

Entering selection phase (neutral):


PushingtheSELECTbuttonentersorresumestheselectionphase.Startingatthe
leftmostposition(RF1)theLEDstartsblinkinginbluecolor(bluecolorisnotusedfor
anyotherkindofsignaling).WitheachadditionalpushontheSELECTbuttonthe
blinkingpositionmovesforwardfromthelefttorightpositioninacircularway.The
selectionphaseendsautomaticallyafterthreesecondswhennobuttonhasbeen
pushedwithinthistimeframe.

Changing output state:


PushingtheSETbuttonduringtheselectionphasetogglestheselected(blinkingblue)
outputstate.Aslongastheselectionphaseisactiveyoucantoggletheoutputstatewith
eachpushontheSETbutton.WhentogglingtheoutputstatetoONtheselectionphase
isextendedtofivesecondstogivetheuserenoughtimetotoggletoOFFagain(incase
oftargetdevicemalfunction).

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Restrictions:
TheSETpushbuttoncanbere-routedtotheSystemModule.ThisallowstheSystem
ModuletojudgeovertheON/OFFfunctionalityviathepushbutton.Defaultsetupisno
re-routing.
ViaprioritycontrollinginFPFDitcanbeprohibitedtoalteranoutputstateviathepush
buttonwhenahigherpriorityaccesslinehastakenoverthecontrolforaspecific
output.Defaultsetupisallaccesslineshavethesameprioritylevel.
OnlyimplementedordetectedoutputscanbeselectedviatheSELECTbutton.

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