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UMUX 1500
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EN/LZTBU 320 215/2 RA


UMUX 1500 Installation Guide
Platform Release R7

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Document number: EN/LZTBU 320 215/3 RA

Keymile AG
Schwarzenburgstrasse 73
CH-3097 Bern-Liebefeld
Switzerland February 2005 by Keymile AG
KEYMILE AG

Table of contents i
Precautions and Safety 1
Referenced documents 1
Preparing for installation 2
Introduction 2
Cable documentation 2
Cable descriptions 2
Ordering codes 2
Colour codes 3
Options 3
Checklists 4
Overview 4
NE and units 4
Options 5
Cables 6
Installation materials 8
Tools 8
Test equipment 9
Power distribution 9
General instructions for installation 10
EMC and ESD considerations 10
Selection of site for installation 10
Installation and heat evacuation 11
Units and heat dissipation 11
Subrack 11
Arrangement in the rack 13
Power supply 17
Supply principles 17
Standard power supply 18
Supply with the DUPOS (Option) 19
Wire gauge 19
Fuses 20
Grounding and power supply 20
Special considerations for power supply from AC mains 23
General 23
AC mains power without protective ground 23
AC mains power with protective ground 24
Lightning and over-voltage protection 25

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Mechanical and installation practice 26


19-inch installation standard 26
Overview 26
Subrack 27
Subrack with front cover 27
Cable tray 28
Heat deflection shield 28
Fan unit (for information only) 28
ETSI installation standard 29
Overview 29
Adapters 30
Patch panels (optional) 31
Unpacking and equipment check 32
Packing of the subrack and accessories 32
The UMUX 1500 equipment 33
The signal cables 33
Installation 34
Before you start 34
Torques 35
Installing the cable tray 36
Installing the DC power supply 37
Standard power supply (without DUPOS) 37
Power supply with DUPOS (OPTION) 38
Tying signal cables to the cable tray 38
Traffic units 42
Control unit 42
Tying cables to their connection points 42
Patch panel (optional) 43
Lightning protection 43
Connecting the alarm interfaces 43
All NEs 43
NE with redundant control units 43
Connecting synchronisation interfaces 45
All NE 45
NE with redundant control units 47
Connecting management interfaces 49
All NE 49
NE with redundant control units 49
Installing the subrack power cable 50
Installing the subrack 52
Prerequisites 52
Subrack installation 52
Installing heat deflection shields and fan units 53
Cable clamps and grounding bar 57
Units and signal cables 58
Inserting units in the subrack 58
Connecting signal cables 59
Clamping cables to the subrack grounding bar 60

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Removing units 60
Front cover 61
Mounting the front cover 61
Removing the front cover 61

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Figures

Figure 1: Cross reference for signal cable colour codes 3


Figure 2: Checklist for the UMUX equipment and standard options 4
Figure 3: Checklist for the FANUV option 5
Figure 4: Checklist for the DUPOS option 5
Figure 5: Checklist for the 75 patch panel option 5
Figure 6: Checklist for alarm and sync cables 6
Figure 7: Checklist for computer cables 7
Figure 8: Checklist for materials 8
Figure 9: Checklist for tools (installation) 8
Figure 10: Orientation of the heat deflection shield for evacuation of
heated air to the rear 13
Figure 11: Orientation of the heat deflection shield for evacuation of
heated air to the front 14
Figure 12: Basic arrangement of the UMUM subrack with heat deflection
devices (dimensions [mm]) 15
Figure 13: Arrangement of stacked UMUX with heat deflection devices
(19-inch standard) 16
Figure 14: UMUX 1500 power supply principles 17
Figure 15: Principles of redundant power supply for the UMUX 1500 18
Figure 16: Grounding principles for power converter units 21
Figure 17: Grounding principles for traffic units 22
Figure 18: Wiring of power supply and ground for the UMUX 1500
for AC mains without protective ground 23
Figure 19: Wiring of power supply and ground for the UMUX 1500
for AC mains with protective ground 24
Figure 20: 19-inch installation standard (dimensions [mm]) 26
Figure 21: UMUX 1500 subrack (dimensions [mm]) 27
Figure 22: UMUX 1500 subrack with installed front cover (dimensions [mm]) 27
Figure 23: UMUX 1500 cable tray (dimensions [mm]) 28
Figure 24: Heat deflection shield (dimensions [mm]) 28
Figure 25: Mechanical dimensions FANUV (dimensions [mm]) 28
Figure 26: ETSI installation standard for the UMUX 1500 (dimensions [mm]) 29
Figure 27: Adapters 8 HU for the installation of subrack and cable tray
into ETSI racks (dimensions [mm]) 30
Figure 28: Adapters 10 HU for the installation of subrack, cable tray and the
heat deflection shield (fan unit) into ETSI racks (dimensions [mm]) 30
Figure 29: Adapters 1 HU for the independent installation of the FANUV unit
into ETSI racks (dimensions [mm]) 31
Figure 30: Adapters 2 HU for the independent installation of heat deflection
shield into ETSI racks (dimensions [mm]) 31
Figure 31: Packing assembly of the UMUX 1500 32
Figure 32: Torques 35
Figure 33: Cable tray (here with WAGO connector block) (dimensions [mm]) 36
Figure 34: Cable tray with installed WAGO connector block and cables to the
power supply (distribution point) and ground 37
Figure 35: Connecting the WAGO connector block 38
Figure 36: Cable with a one-ferrite EMC filter (sample) 39
Figure 37: Cable with a two-ferrites EMC filter (sample) 39

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Figure 38: UMUX 1500 and cable installation with a one-ferrite


EMC-filter (dimensions [mm]) 40
Figure 39: UMUX 1500 and cable installation with a two-ferrite
EMC-filter (dimensions [mm]) 41
Figure 40: Functional wiring diagram of the IF for external alarms 44
Figure 41: Functional wiring diagram for alarm outputs 45
Figure 42: Characteristics of the synchronisation interfaces ESI-<X>
and ESO-<X> 46
Figure 43: Functional wiring diagram for inputs synchronisation a)
Individual drivers for each cable 47
Figure 44: Functional wiring diagram for synch inputs b)
External termination of the timing signal 48
Figure 45: COBUX/C3.1-3 cable application drawing 50
Figure 46: Power supply cable for the subrack (standard cable) 51
Figure 47: Connecting the power cable to subrack 52
Figure 48: Layout of the subrack UMUX 1500 (dimensions [mm]) 52
Figure 49: Connecting the power cable to subrack 53
Figure 50: Orientation of the heat deflection shield for evacuation of heated
air to the rear 54
Figure 51: Orientation of the heat deflection shield for evacuation of heated
air to the front 55
Figure 52: Arrangement of the UMUX with heat deflection devices
(dimensions [mm]) 56
Figure 53: Cable clamps and grounding bars (conductive foam in bars and
clamps not shown) 57
Figure 54: Steps for insertion and removal of units 59
Figure 55: Subrack and front cover 61

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Precautions and Safety


Read carefully through the document "Precautions and Safety" before you
start work and ensure that you are familiar with all safety information
provided.
Observe all the precautions to limit the risk of personal injury or damage to
equipment. In addition, observe the general safety procedures established
by your company.
Read now "Precautions and Safety" [033]

Referenced documents

[033] Precautions and safety

[121] UMUX Cable Documentation Reference Table (R7)


[201] UMUX System Specification (R7)
[202] UMUX 1500 Technical Description (R7)
[208] UMUX Operation & Maintenance Technical Description (R7)
[210] UMUX Units Technical Description (R7)

[302] UMUX User Guide (R7)


[310] UMUX Cables Manual (R6/R7)
[315] COBUX 212, 213, 219, 223 & COBUV 217, 218, 220, 224
User Guide
[331] COBUL 215, 216 User Guide
[401] UCST/System Operation Basics (R7)
[501] 75 Patch Panel User Manual
[502] FANUV User Manual
[504] DUPOS User Manual
[505] Lightning protection

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Preparing for installation


Introduction The UMUX 1500 is a Multi-service Access System. Because of its
modularity and various traffic units, it is possible to configure the
UMUX 1500 for a wide range of applications.
The subrack of the UMUX 1500 can accommodate up to 21 standard width
UMUX units (printed board assemblies).
Most of the units are traffic units with interfaces for external traffic signals or
provide processing for traffic signals. A set of units that is common for all the
UMUX NEs provides NE control and power functions. Restrictions can apply
for the use of such units in a particular type of NE.
Apart from the COBU<X> control unit and the POSU<X> power converter
units, the implementation of all other units depends on your specific
application.
The UMUX 1500 Installation Guide covers the aspects of NE installation
but provides no description of the NE commissioning and operation.
You find UMUX 1500 technical information and the description of the
commissioning procedures and operation as follows:
UMUX 1500 Technical Description, refer to [202].
The UMUX 1500 Technical Description describes the UMUX 1500, its
features and elements, the system architecture and provides all the
relevant technical data and information for system planning.
UMUX User Guide, refer to [302].
The UMUX User Guide describes the UMUX NE commissioning and
operation.
UCST/System Operation Basics, refer to [401].
The UCST/System Operation Basics provides descriptions of all the
generic functions available for commissioning and operation of the
UMUX 1500 and its units.

Cable documentation
Cable descriptions For a detailed description of the cable application and installation, refer to
the user guides of the units. The UMUX Cables Manual [310] provides a
summary of all cables with cable finders.

Ordering codes In the Technical Customer Documentation (TCD) of the UMUX MAP, cables
are identified with an internal reference code. This internal reference is not
an ordering code but allows expressive and logical identification of the
cables with respect to their application and the physical location of the
corresponding connector.
The "Cable Documentation Code Reference Table" [121] provides the
resolution table for the cable reference code used in the TCD and the
corresponding ordering number.
Various signal cables (terminated with the appropriate unit connector) are
available. You can specify the length of the cable with your order. Some
cables are provided as cable sets. There are also connector sets available
to allow on-site manufacturing of cables.
The UMUX Cables Manual [310] provides a summary of all cables with
ordering codes and cable finders.

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Colour codes The cable drawings in the units user guides use codes to describe the wire
colours. The colour codes shown in the cable drawings of the units may not
correspond to your standard. The table below provides cross references and
colour resolution for the cable colour codes.

Figure 1: Cross reference for signal cable colour codes


Colour Code Acronyms Description
UMUX unit
cable drawings
a-wire b-wire German English
w ws WT White
r rt RD Red
s sw BK Black
gb ge YL Yellow
bl bl BU Blue
og or OR Orange
gn gn GN Green
bn bn BN Brown

In the UMUX Cables Manual [310] the colours are indicated in


plain English.

Options The UMUX 1500 and its installation has several options that you should
consider for the planning and preparation of the equipment installation:
Standard options
Adapters for ETSI installation
Heat deflection shield (19-inch)

If ordered, the above accessories are packed together with the subrack
and cable tray in the UMUX 1500 packing.
FANUV option
The FANUV is a 19-inch fan unit for the UMUX 1500 subrack. The
FANUV is separately ordered and has its own packing.
For more information of the FANUV, refer to [502].
DUPOS option
The DUPOS is a multifunctional connection box for the UMUX subrack
that allows you to feed the UMUX with power from 2 separate power
supply circuits and to connect the FANUV to the UMUX subrack. The
DUPOS is separately ordered and has its own packing.
For more information of the DUPOS, refer to [504].
75 Ohm patch panel option
The 75 patch panel is a 19-inch subrack that provides the 75
connectors for the UMUX units with 75 interfaces. The patch panel is
separately ordered and has its own packing.
For more information of the 75 patch panel, refer to [501].
Although possible, a later rearrangement of the installation for the above
options creates additional work and service interruptions.

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Checklists
Overview The checklists below help you to prepare equipment and materials for
installation. There is a checklist provided for the
UMUX equipment (NE and units)
Cables
Materials
Tools

NE and units Figure 2: Checklist for the UMUX equipment and standard options

Description Identification Quantity (per subrack)


Units Remark

UMUX 1500 subrack 1


Front cover subrack 1 Provided with the
subrack
Cable tray 1

Heat deflection shield 1 1 unit optionally


(optional) packed with the
subrack

Set adapters for ETSI installation 6 HU 1 For subrack +


(optional) cable tray
Set adapters for ETSI installation 8 HU 1 Ditto + heat
(optional) deflection

-48/-60 VDC power cable (subrack-to 1 Cable provided


cable tray) with cable tray.
Special cables are
required if the
FANUV option is
selected.
COBU<X> control unit COBUX 1 (2) (Unit protection)
COBUV
COBUL
COBUQ
Power converter unit POSUS 1 As required (plus k
POSUM + (k) additional units for
equipment
protection
Traffic units:
- UBUS units As required
- PBUS units As required
- SBUS units As required
- Special units As required

Data carrier "Unit Software" (1) Units with SW


download only

For the contents of the standard packaging, refer to the


paragraphs on packaging of the subrack and accessories.

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Options Figure 3: Checklist for the FANUV option

Description Identification Quantity (per subrack)


within user doc Units Remark

FANUV FANUV 1 Separately packed.


Power and alarm cable for FANUV R1 1
- for subracks without DUPOS FANUV/C1.1-2 1 Refer to checklist
for alarm cables.
- for subracks with DUPOS FANUV/C1.1-3 1 Refer to checklist
for alarm cables.
Power and alarm cable for FANUV R2 1
- for subracks without DUPOS FANUV/C1.1-4 1 Refer to checklist
for alarm cables.
- for subracks with DUPOS FANUV/C1.1-3 1 Refer to checklist
for alarm cables.
Set adapters for ETSI installation 1 HU 1 For FANUV
(optional)

Please note that the FANUV R1 is no longer available!


The FANUV R2 fully substitutes the FANUV R1 and has additional
features. For details and compatibility of cabling and features, refer
to [502].

Figure 4: Checklist for the DUPOS option

Description Identification Quantity (per subrack)


within user doc Units Remark

DUPOS DUPOS 1 Separately packed


Power and alarm cable for the FANUV FANUV/C1.1-3 1 Refer to checklist
(compatible with DUPOS) for alarm cables.

Figure 5: Checklist for the 75 patch panel option

Description Identification Quantity (per subrack)


Units Remark

19-inch brackets for cable modules Bracket As required.


- 1 HU bracket
- 2 HU bracket For details, refer to
[501].
Set of adapters for ETSI installation 1 For 19-inch
1 or 2 HU (optional) brackets

Cable modules for 75 interfaces of Cable Module Depending on units


the traffic units with and connectors.
- BNC connectors
- Mini Coax connectors
- BT 43 connectors For details, refer to
[501].

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Cables
Cables for alarm and sync The cables for the alarm and synchronisation interfaces are used only if the
interfaces corresponding interfaces are used (optional). Cables (one end terminated
with the appropriate unit connector) are available. You can specify the length
of the cable with your order. There are also connector sets available to allow
on-site manufacturing of cables.
For more information on the cables for the alarm and synchronisation
interfaces refer to the COBUX/COBUV [315] or COBUL [331] user guides
and the ordering codes provided in the "UMUX Cable Documentation
Reference Table" [121].

Figure 6: Checklist for alarm and sync cables

Description Identification Quantity


within user doc Units Remark

Alarm inputs / outputs COBUX/C1.2 1 1 per COBU<X>


(optional)

FANUV power and alarm signal cable for


- FANUV R1 FANUV/C1.1-2 1 Replaces the power
without DUPOS option cable subrack-cable
tray.
- FANUV R2 FANUV/C1.1-4 1 Replaces the power
without DUPOS option cable subrack-cable
tray.
- FANUV R1 and R2 FANUV/C1.1-3 1 Replaces the power
with DUPOS option cable subrack-cable
tray.

Synchronisation interfaces
- 1 input / 3 outputs COBUX/C1.1-1 1 1 per COBU<X>
ESI-1, ESO-1 -3 (all 75 )
75 PDH version
- 1 input / 3 outputs COBUX/C1.1-3 1 1 per COBU<X>
ESI-1, ESO-1 -2 and ESO-4
(all 75 )
75 PDH/SDH version
- 2 input / 2 outputs COBUX/C1.1-4 1 1 per COBU<X>
ESI-1 -2 and ESO-1, -4 (all 75 )
75 PDH/SDH version
- 1 input / 1 output COBUX/C1.1-6 1 1 per COBU<X>
ESI-1 and ESO-4 (all 120 )
120 SDH version

For systems with protection of the control unit only:


For full equipment protection, redundant external connection
points are required for synchronisation and alarm interfaces.
A separate cable is required for the corresponding interfaces of
the default and the protecting control unit (alarm interface, sync
interface).

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Computer cables and The connection of the control unit to the local craft device or to the
adapters management communication structure (such as a LAN) requires standard
computer cables.
For more information on the interconnection of interfaces for management
communication, refer to the paragraphs "Connecting the EM to the NE" in
this chapter.

Figure 7: Checklist for computer cables

Description Identification Quantity


within user doc Units Remark

Computer cables
- UMUX-side terminated in special COBUX/C3.1-1 1 F-interface
housing D-Submini female, signals 1 per COBU<X>
connected for 0-modem (X)
- UMUX-side terminated in special COBUX/C3.1-2 1 F-interface
housing D-Submini female, signals 1 per COBU<X>
connected for modem (=)

Adapter: COBU<X> - SIFOX adapter COBUX/C3.1-3 1 F-interface


cable for EOC. UMUX-side terminated in 1 per COBU<X>
special housing D-Submini female

Ethernet cables
- UMUX-side terminated RJ45, signals COBUX/C2.1-1 1 QX-interface
crossed over [X], shielded 1 per COBU<X>
- UMUX-side terminated RJ45, signals COBUX/C2.1-2 1 QX-interface
1:1 [=], shielded 1 per COBU<X>

Interface cables to connect the


- COBU<X>/ COBUQ to the local Q- COBUX/C1.4 1 Q1-(slave) interface
Bus. 1 per COBU<X>
- Q1-master interface of the COBU<X> COBUX/C1.3 1 Q1-(master )
to the local Q-Bus. interface
1 per COBU<X>

Connections between the PC/computer running the EM and the


NE via modems, the Q1-interface, the EOC etc. might require other
computer cables, adapters and equipment.
For systems with protection of the control unit only:
A full equipment protection requires redundant external
connection points for the management communication.
Each control unit requires a separate cable for the
corresponding interfaces. This applies to management
communication via the QX- and Q1- interfaces. Normally, the F-
interface is locally connected. The connection to the EOC
requires an adapter cable for the COBU<X> - SIFOX.
For more information on the cables for the management interfaces refer to
the COBUX/COBUV [315] or COBUL [331] user guides and the ordering
codes provided in the "UMUX Cable Documentation Reference Table" [121].

Signal cables For information of signal cables, refer to the user guides of the units or the
UMUX Cables Manual [310].

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Installation materials Figure 8: Checklist for materials

Description Identification Quantity


within user doc Units Remark

Screws flat head (slot or Philips) M6 4 per subrack


Screws flat head (slot or Philips) M6 4 per cable tray
Screws flat head (slot or Philips) M6 4 per heat deflection
shield
Screws flat head (slot or Philips) M6 2 per ETSI adapter 2
HE
Screws flat head (slot or Philips) M6 6 per ETSI adapter 6
HE
Screws flat head (slot or Philips) M6 8 per ETSI adapter 8
HE
Screw flat head (slot or Philips) M4 1 Bonding point
Captive nuts for 19-inch rack 12 normally part of rack

Cable ties 2 per signal cable


Latching clips for connectors 2 per standard
- provided with signal cables connector
- ordered separately for connector (sets)
Labels for cables as required

Tools The installation of the subrack and the cable tray requires no special tools.
The checklist below provides an overview of the most important standard
tools required for the installation.

Figure 9: Checklist for tools (installation)

Description Identification Quantity


Units Remark

Screwdriver for standard slot head no. 1- 4 1 Units, subrack,


screws general use
Screwdriver for Philips head screws no. 2 - 3 1 Subrack, general
use

Wirestripper 1 General use


Sidecutter 1 General use
Flat pliers 1 General use
Connection tool for MDF terminal strips 1 Brand of MDF
Multimeter (volt, ampere, ohm) 1 General use, to
check the polarity of
power supply etc.

Wriststrap (bonding point M4 preferred) 1 Unit handling


Bench mats 1 Unit handling

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Test equipment The installation of the basic equipment (subrack, control unit, power units)
does not require special test equipment. Requirements for test equipment for
the traffic units and signals depend on the type of interfaces and signals to
be tested.
Please contact KEYMILE for recommendations on test equipment, if you
need information on suitable test equipment for a particular traffic interface
of the UMUX.

Power distribution It is essential to plan the supply of DC power before the installation of the
equipment.
The installation of the power supply for the UMUX 1500 requires a local
power distribution for the individual NEs in the rack and a corresponding
fusing for each NE. It is a good practice to start the installation of the
UMUX 1500 only after the implementation of the power supply and fuses.
For details of the UMUX 1500 power supply, refer to the paragraph "Power
Supply" and "Grounding and power supply" below.

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General instructions for installation


EMC and ESD The UMUX subrack with the front cover installed represents a Faraday cage
considerations like construction if the cables are connected to the cable grounding bar as
instructed. Conductive metal sheets all around the subrack protect the
UMUX 1500 from ESD and electromagnetic fields.
The 19-inch mounting flanges of the subrack are conductive and provide a
conductive contact to the rack if the rails of the rack provide a conductive
surface. The power supply connection of the subrack provides a lead for
system ground. The system ground connects internally to the construction of
the subrack.
When in operation, the UMUX is protected against ESD in accordance with
IEC/EN 61000-4-2 and in accordance with the specified EMC properties,
provided that
all parts have been installed as instructed in the technical customer
documentation
all the equipment is properly grounded
the UMUX subrack is installed with its front cover
KEYMILE approved cables are used
KEYMILE gives no warranty for cables manufactured by third party and
will not accept liability for EMC/ESD compliance if its equipment is
operated with cables that are not approved by KEYMILE.
All the plug-in units used with the UMUX are ESD sensitive units;
they must be handled with care.

Respecting the following rules will help you to avoid early equipment
damage and is a prerequisite for successful equipment installation and
operation:
The original packing provides the best protection for your equipment.
Leave the equipment in its original packing until you install it in the
subrack.
Respect ESD protection regulations. To prevent damage of electronic
components by electrostatic discharges, wear a grounded protective
wriststrap.

Selection of site for You should consider the following aspects for the selection of the installation
installation site:
If the UMUX is installed within cabinets or similar, select sites for the
cabinets which are not permanently exposed to direct sun radiation.
Avoid sites with important differences between the daily maximum and
the nightly minimum temperature (except for cabinets with air
conditioning).
Watch for constant temperature and constant relative humidity (within
specified range!). Operation at lower temperatures extends the long-term
reliability (MTTF) and the lifetime of the equipment.
Do not install the UMUX 1500 near or on top of equipment that dissipates
heat.

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Make sure that the selected installation allows the equipment to dissipate
the heat created within the UMUX 1500.
Select a dust-free room that is normally closed and not generally
accessible.
Do not install the UMUX 1500 near equipment that produces strong
electromagnetic fields (e.g. large transformers, power rectifiers,
generators, electrical machines, railways etc.)
Only proper grounding of the equipment will protect you and your
equipment from lightning. Make sure that the selected site provides
efficient grounding terminals.
A carefully chosen installation site is the first step to reliable and error-free
system operation.

Installation and heat


evacuation
Units and heat dissipation Traffic units operated in the UMUX subrack can require the implementation
of the FANUV unit or of a similar device. Active ventilation is mandatory
for units which
create high local power dissipation (hot spots) while the unit's average
power dissipation is moderate.
dissipate more than 11 W per slot (20.32 mm).
The UMUX unit summary [210] indicates per unit which units require active
ventilation (mandatory).
The specifications on the power consumption provided with each unit
description and the guidelines provided in [208] allow you to evaluate the
total heat dissipation of an NE.

Subrack The ambient temperature for operation of the UMUX 1500 without active
ventilation is rated from -20C to +55C with a relative humidity of up to 95%
(non-condensing). For detailed specification of the temperature range for
UMUX operation and related operational conditions, refer to [201].
It is essential that the site of installation provides an ambient
temperature within the specified range at any time, in order to
preserve the system specifications and to prevent the system from
overheating.
If you plan to stack systems, take into account that the system
below will heat up the air defining the ambient conditions for the
system(s) above!

Since the UMUX 1500 is a flexible Multiservice Access System with high
modularity, it is possible to implement a variety of traffic interfaces and
configurations in a subrack. Depending on the traffic interfaces and services
installed, the units in the subrack can dissipate considerable amounts of
heat. For reliable operation of the UMUX, it is essential to evacuate this heat
from the UMUX subrack and from its environment.
The maximum heat dissipation (of units) within the UMUX 1500
subrack with only natural convection is 150 W and less than
11 W per slot.

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You must install the FANUV unit or a similar device (normally with
heat deflection shields) to evacuate the heat from the UMUX
subrack if the
UMUX installation exceeds any of the above conditions for the
heat dissipation in the subrack or slots.
UMUX has units which imperatively require active ventilation for
the UMUX subrack (as indicated in [210]).

To avoid overheating of the equipment due to inadequate installation adhere


to the following instructions.
Do not block the natural air convection through the subrack and its cards.
Avoid the installation of other equipment directly above the subrack.
Respect a minimum distance of 2 HU (2 x 44.45 mm) to the equipment
above.
Avoid hot spots (concentration of highly dissipating units/interfaces).
Distribute units with high power dissipation evenly in the subrack.
Do not install subracks without a cable tray. The cable tray is mandatory
for the UMUX 1500 and allows cold air to flow into the subrack.
If you stack equipment, install heat deflection shields between the
subracks (refer to figures and paragraphs below). Depending on power
dissipation in the subrack, you need fans to force the flow of the air
through the subrack.
Calculate the maximum expected heat dissipation for your UMUX 1500
subrack. If you plan future upgrades, consider higher power dissipation.
Design the heat exchange capacity of your installation according to
calculated heat dissipation. Fan units and/or air conditioning might be
required.
The installation of the FANUV fan unit on top of the subrack improves the
airflow through the subrack considerably.

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Arrangement in the rack The heat deflection shield removes the hot air rising through the subrack(s)
below to the front or rear of the rack. If there is no equipment producing heat
below the subrack of the UMUX 1500, the heat deflection is not required.
Depending on the evacuation of the heated up air, there are two ways of
installing the heat deflection shield (refer to figures below):
Exhaust to the rear:
The heat deflection shield is installed in such way that the cold air flows
from the front into the subrack above and evacuates as heated up air
from the subracks below to the rear (recommended for 19-inch
installation).

Figure 10: Orientation of the heat deflection shield


for evacuation of heated air to the rear

Heated air

FANUV Cold air


Fan Unit

Rear
Front

Heated air

Cold air
FANUV
Fan Unit

Exhaust to the front:


The heat deflection shield is installed the opposite way in order to allow
the cold air to flow from the rear into the subrack above and to evacuate
the heated up air from the subracks below to the front.

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Figure 11: Orientation of the heat deflection shield


for evacuation of heated air to the front

Heated air

Cold air
FANUV
Fan Unit

Heated air

Cold air
FANUV
Fan Unit

The additional installation of fan units drastically increases the efficiency of


such heat evacuation. The fan units are installed between the subrack and
the heat deflection shield on top. This arrangement increases the airflow
through the subrack and thus the possible power dissipation of the traffic
units implemented in the subrack.
The FANUV is a fan unit designed for the operation with the UMUX 1500.
For details of the FANUV, refer to [502].
It is essential to maintain the specified range of the ambient
temperature for the subrack in order to preserve the system
specifications and prevent the system from overheating.

For illustration of this basic arrangement of the UMUX subrack, FANUV and
heat deflection shield in the rack, refer to the figure below.

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Figure 12: Basic arrangement of the UMUM subrack with heat


deflection devices
(dimensions [mm])

2 HU
88.9
6

9
44.45
1 HU

8
266.7
6 HU

2
2 HU
88.9

Legend:
2 Fast-on connector (subrack side)
3 WAGO connector or DUPOS interface (cable tray side)
6 Connector for the FANUV
8 Connector for alarm inputs of the COBU<X> unit
9 Cable clamp for cable (5)
You can stack this basic arrangement with UMUX and heat deflection
devices in the rack as shown in the figure below:

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Figure 13: Arrangement of stacked UMUX with heat deflection devices


(19-inch standard)

Heated air
Rack

Heat deflection shield

FANUV fan unit

Heat deflection shield

FANUV fan unit

Cold air

Heat deflection shield

FANUV fan unit

Cold air

Heat deflection shield

FANUV fan unit

11 HE Cold air

Cold air

The installation of stacked subracks in standard ETSI racks


requires other arrangements, since there is normally no room for
the evacuation of the heated air at the rear of the racks.

Please note that:


If the equipment is stacked, a heat deflection shield is installed
on top of each subrack (or the FANUV) to evacuate the heat
produced in the subrack. Depending on the rack, the top
equipment does not require deflection.
A heat deflection shield installed below the subrack might help
to remove the hot air produced below.
Please note that it is possible to use other heat deflecting
devices. In such cases, the installation of the heat deflection
shields as instructed above might become obsolete.

Considering the above it is possible to create a layout for the UMUX


equipment and heat deflection devices in the rack.

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Power supply
Supply principles The UMUX 1500 subrack provides an internal connection point (P in the
figure below) for the power supply with
1 connection point for the UT (-48/-60 VDC) conductor
2 connection points for the 0 V conductor and system ground (subrack
construction).
The cable tray provides the connection points for the external power supply
circuit(s). The short cable C connects the connection point P of the
UMUX 1500 subrack to the connection point for the external power supply
circuits on the UMUX cable tray. For the connection of the external power
supply circuits, the cable tray support 2 options (refer to the figure below):
A Standard power supply (1 power supply circuit)
The cable tray carries the connector block with the external power
supply circuit and provides the power connection for the UMUX
subrack.
B Power supply with DUPOS (2 power supply circuits)
The cable tray carries the DUPOS multifunctional connection box with
the external power supply circuit. The DUPOS provides the power
connection for the UMUX subrack.
It is possible to upgrade an installation from A to B.

Figure 14: UMUX 1500 power supply principles

UMUX 1500
Subrack

P
(Grounding bar not shown)

C C

A B
Power supply circuit 1

Power supply circuit 2

Power supply circuit 1

For details of the DUPOS, including installation and upgrade procedures,


refer to [504].

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Standard power supply The standard power supply is in principle for 1 power supply circuit (as
shown in the figure above).
However, if redundancy for the DC power supply is required with the
standard supply set-up, it is possible to connect redundant supply circuits as
shown in the figure below.
The UMUX subrack requires and accepts only 1 power supply circuit. At the
power distribution point, diodes decouple the 2 external supply circuits for
the power supply connection point on the adapter/cable tray of the
UMUX 1500.
Normally, the power distribution panel of the rack provides the required
fuses and decoupling (refer to figure below).

Figure 15: Principles of redundant power supply for the UMUX 1500

Connector
Heat Deflection Shield
Cable Tray

UMUX 1500
GND ps
No. 1 Prot. GND
-Vbat ps
UMUX 1500

Cable Tray No. 1

Heat Deflection Shield

UMUX 1500

No. 2

UMUX 1500

Cable Tray No. 2

Heat Deflection Shield

UMUX 1500

No. 3

UMUX 1500

Cable Tray No. 3

Heat Deflection Shield

UMUX 1500
Protection PS
No. 4
UMUX No 1
UMUX 1500

D11 Fuse 1
Cable Tray No. 4 -Vbat
10 A slow
PS 1 GND
PS 1
4 3 2 1 D12
-Vbat
PS 2
Power Distribution for UMUX PS 2 GND

Protective GND

Protective GND

The power supplies PS 1 and PS 2 provide power simultaneously (nominal -


48/-60 VDC). The two Vbat conductors are connected via the diodes D<n>1

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and D<n>2 (n = 1 4) to the individual connection point for the Vbat


conductor feeding the UMUX subrack. A fuse in the distribution panel
protects this conductor individually per subrack. This design does not protect
the power lines between the power distribution panel in the rack (fuse) and
the connection points of the individual UMUX 1500 subracks.
Please note that:
The equipment for power distribution as shown in the figure
above is not part of the UMUX equipment.
If the installation has no connection point for the DC power
supply on the cable tray, the principles of the redundant DC
power supply remains unchanged. The fused power cable from
the distribution box is directly terminated on the UMUX 1500
subrack.

Supply with the DUPOS The DUPOS multifunctional connection box allows you to directly integrate
(Option) the connection points for the external power supply circuits PS1 and PS2
(refer to the figure above) on the UMUX cable tray.
Please note that the DUPOS has no fuses for the external power
supplies.
The power sources PS1 and PS2 must be fused for the operation
with DUPOS.

The DUPOS multifunctional connection box provides features and functions


as follows:
Connection point for 2 external power supply circuits for the UMUX
subrack and the FANUV (Option).
Monitoring of the external power supply circuits for failures. Failures are
alarmed via the COBU<X> interfaces for external alarms.
Monitoring of the FANUV unit for failures. FANUV failures are alarmed
via the COBU<X> interfaces for external alarms.
It is possible to implement the DUPOS unit at any time (with service
interruption).
Please note that you need additionally the commissioning for the
COBU<X> interfaces for external alarm signals as described in [504].

For detailed information of the DUPOS including installation and upgrade


procedures, refer to [504].

Wire gauge The minimum wire gauge required for the conductors of the power supply
lines (for 1 UMUX) between the power distribution panel (or DUPOS) and
the UMUX subrack is 1.5 mm2 (2.5 mm2 is recommended).

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Fuses It is essential to fuse each power supply circuit (-Vbat = -48/-60 VDC) for the
UMUX 1500 subrack at the power source side with a 10 A slow-blow fuse
(Fuse <n> (n = 1 4) in the figure above).
Omitting the fuses in the power supply circuit might lead to
seriously damaged equipment or create a fire in the case of
overload or short circuits.

Grounding and power The UMUX 1500 is telecommunication equipment compliant to protection
supply class 1.
It is mandatory to connect the equipment to suitable protective
ground!

The electro-mechanical design of the UMUX 1500 takes special care with
respect to EMC. The subrack of the UMUX covered with its front cover
represents a "Faraday cage" type construction, if the signal cables are
shielded and the equipment is grounded as instructed. The subrack features
a conductive coating, which allows large area conductive connections
between the subrack and the mounting rails of the rack, provided that the
rails are conductive as well.
With installed front cover, the UMUX 1500 achieves compliance
with the EMC specification (of the UMUX 1500) without dummy
covers for empty slots.
The installation of dummy covers instead of the front cover will
however not guarantee compliance with EMC specifications.

The 0-volt potential of the (external) power supply is directly connected to


the mechanical construction of the subrack (M_GND). The (internal)
electronic ground GND (the 0-volt reference potential at the output of the
internal power converter(s)) is fed to the backplane for the distribution to the
units.
There the electronic ground GND is connected to the construction of the
subrack via the front panels of the traffic units. Diodes guarantee a
conductive path for dc - currents between the 2 ground systems, even if the
subrack has no inserted traffic units (diodes not shown in the figures below).
The power supply voltage UT (-48/-60 VDC) is first filtered (UTF) in the subrack
and then fed via the backplane to the power converter units and other units
requiring UTF (refer to figure below).

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Figure 16: Grounding principles for power converter units

Connection M_GND of subrack construction M_GND of power supply


of M_GND
to electronic
GND POSUS Backplane
POSUM with M_GND

Unit front GND


panel M_GND

VCC
Subrack UTF
front cover
Rails GND
and Vcc

Backplane UTF =
connector filtered UT

Grounding
bar M_GND Backplane
with M_GND Input filter
for UT

M_GND of subrack construction

M_GND of power supply subrack

UT (-48/-60 VDC)

The subrack provides three connection points for system ground. In order to
achieve effective grounding at least one of the three connection points has
to be connected to the system ground:
1) Direct connection of the wire "M_GND of subrack construction" to the
system ground.
2) Conductive installation of the subrack into the rack (frame), which
must have a suitable connection to the system ground.
3) Connection to the system ground via the connection point of the
grounding bar (thread M4).
The front panel of the POSUS power converter unit is isolated from
the electronic ground GND.

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Figure 17: Grounding principles for traffic units

Connection M_GND of subrack construction M_GND of power supply


of M_GND to
electrical
GND Backplane
with M_GND

Unit front
panel M_GND

UTF
Subrack
front cover
GND Rails GND
VCC
and Vcc
Unit front-
Connection connector Units with
of M_GND to overvoltage
electrical protection UTF =
GND Backplane filtered UT
connector

Ferrite toroid
(all signals) Input filter
M_GND
for UT

Grounding bar
M_GND of subrack construction
M_GND

M_GND of power supply


Connection
point of the
cable shield to UT (-48/-60 VDC)
the subrack

Ferrite toroid
EMC filter
(depending on
signals)
Signal cable
with common
signal shield

In order to preserve the specified EMC characteristics of the


UMUX 1500 it is essential to adhere to the following instructions:
Connect the subrack properly to the system ground.
Check the fitting between the subrack, the mounting rails and/or
the rack for conductivity.
Use (shielded) signal cables as instructed.
Connect the shields of the signal cables to the grounding bar of
the subrack.
Implement the ferrite toroids on the signal cables as instructed
in the user guides of the units.
Cover the subrack with its front cover.
It is essential to place the UMUX ferrite toroid side of the signal
cables (e.g. cables for subscriber line interfaces) between the
grounding bar of the subrack and the connector of the unit.

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Special considerations for


power supply from AC mains
General The UMUX 1500 does not provide inlets for AC power supply. Instead, an
external AC/DC converter converts the AC mains to a suitable DC power.
The converted DC voltage has to comply with the specified range for the
power supply of the UMUX 1500.
A reliable AC power supply for the UMUX 1500 requires the
implementation of a battery backup for the converted DC power.

AC mains power without


protective ground
Figure 18: Wiring of power supply and ground for the UMUX 1500
for AC mains without protective ground

N P

AC
DC

+ -
Conductive chassis
UMUX 1500 of the UMUX 1500
subrack

Metallic water distribution system or


Metallic heat distribution system or
Metallic drainage system

Hatched area shows infrastructure


provided by the building

It is essential to connect the subrack (conductive) of the UMUX 1500 to the


protective ground via one or both of two possible connection points:
1) Conductive installation of the subrack into the frame (rack), which has
to be connected to the protective ground via a metallic (conductive)
- water distribution system
- heat distribution system
- drainage system.
2) Connection of the subrack via the connection point of the grounding
bar (thread M4) to the protective ground via a metallic (conductive)
- water distribution system
- heat distribution system
- drainage system
It is essential to keep the resistance of the connection between
subrack and the protective ground very low (recommended value
according to EN 60 950: < 0.1 Ohm).

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AC mains power with


protective ground
Figure 19: Wiring of power supply and ground for the UMUX 1500
for AC mains with protective ground

N P
G

AC
DC

+ -
Conductive chassis
UMUX 1500 of UMUX 1500
subrack

Metallic water distribution system or


Metallic heat distribution system or
Metallic drainage system

Hatched area shows infrastructure


provided by the building

It is essential to connect the subrack (conductive) of the UMUX 1500 to the


protective ground via one or both of two possible connection points:
1) Direct conductive installation of the subrack into the frame (rack),
which has to be connected to the protective ground via a metallic
(conductive)
- water distribution system
- heat distribution system
- drainage system.
2) Connection of the subrack via the connection point of the grounding
bar (thread M4) to the protective ground via a metallic (conductive)
- water distribution system
- heat distribution system
- drainage system
Additionally, the output of the AC/DC converter with the positive potential (+)
has to be connected to the protective ground that is provided by the AC
mains supply.
It is essential to keep the resistance of the connection between
subrack and the protective ground very low (recommended value
according to EN 60 950: < 0.1 Ohm).

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Lightning and over-voltage The UMUX units provide secondary over-voltage protection for their
protection interfaces in co-operation with external equipment.
The primary protection (as required for lightning protection) is normally
implemented at the connection points of the signal cables to the outside
world. Depending on the units and interfaces, the implementation of gas
discharge tubes at the connection point is suitable for providing such
protection.
Poor cabling and grounding present a danger to personnel and
might lead to seriously damaged equipment.

For more information on lightning protection and corresponding


recommendations, please refer to [505].

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Mechanical and installation practice


19-inch installation standard
Overview All mechanical parts relevant for the installation of the UMUX 1500 are for
the 19-inch installation standard.

Figure 20: 19-inch installation standard


(dimensions [mm])

2 HU
88.9

3
44.45
1 HU

4
266.7
6 HU

1
2 HU
88.9

1 Subrack
2 Cable tray
3 Heat deflection shield (OPTION)
4 FANUV (OPTION)
The deflection shield (3) evacuates the heated air produced in the
subrack (1).
The FANUV (4) option drastically increases the efficiency of the
heat evacuation.
If you want to protect the subrack (1) from heated air produced
below the subrack, you must install a heat deflection shield below
the cable tray (2).

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Subrack The figure below shows the layout and the mechanical dimensions of the 19-
inch subrack, including grounding bars.

Figure 21: UMUX 1500 subrack


(dimensions [mm])

Subrack with front cover The figure below shows the mechanical dimensions of the 19-inch subrack
with installed front cover.

Figure 22: UMUX 1500 subrack with installed front cover


(dimensions [mm])

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Cable tray The figure below shows the mechanical dimensions of the 19-inch cable tray
fitting to the subrack of the UMUX 1500.
Figure 23: UMUX 1500 cable tray
(dimensions [mm])

Heat deflection shield The figure below shows the mechanical dimensions of the 19-inch heat
deflection shield.
Figure 24: Heat deflection shield
(dimensions [mm])

Fan unit (for information only) The figure below shows the mechanical dimensions of the 19-inch FANUV unit.
Figure 25: Mechanical dimensions FANUV
(dimensions [mm])

moving fans
refer to handbook

465.1
482.6

444

For details of the FANUV, refer to [502].

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ETSI installation standard


Overview The ETSI installation for the UMUX 1500 relies on adapters, which allows
you to install the standard 19-inch parts into an ETSI rack.

Figure 26: ETSI installation standard for the UMUX 1500


(dimensions [mm])

1 19-inch subrack mounted on ETSI adapters


2 19-inch cable tray mounted on ETSI adapters
3 19-inch heat deflection shield mounted on ETSI adapters
The deflection shield (3) evacuates the heated air produced in the
subrack (1).
The FANUV (4) option (not shown in the figure above, refer to 19-
inch installation) drastically increases the efficiency of the heat
evacuation.
If you want to protect the subrack (1) from heated air produced
below the subrack, you must install a heat deflection shield below
the cable tray (2).

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Adapters For the installation of the subrack, the cable tray and heat deflection shield
(and/or fan unit) into a rack complying with ETSI, there are special adapters
available. As shown in the figures below, there are four sets of adapters.

Figure 27: Adapters 8 HU for the installation of subrack and cable tray
into ETSI racks
(dimensions [mm])

Figure 28: Adapters 10 HU for the installation of subrack, cable tray


and the heat deflection shield (fan unit) into ETSI racks
(dimensions [mm])

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Figure 29: Adapters 1 HU for the independent installation of the


FANUV unit into ETSI racks
(dimensions [mm])

Figure 30: Adapters 2 HU for the independent installation of heat


deflection shield into ETSI racks
(dimensions [mm])

The adapters provide M6 nuts for the fixing holes of the 19-inch
mounting standard.

To install the UMUX equipment into an ETSI rack you have to first install the
adapters into your ETSI rack:
Select appropriate type of adapter for left and right side. (Watch for the
fixing threads of the cable tray).
Locate fixing position and fit captive nuts.
Secure adapters using M6 screws. Tighten the screws provisionally.
The remaining installation steps are identical to the steps for 19-inch rack
installation with some minor differences.
It is good installation standard to follow the steps for the installation of the
UMUX in the order shown below.

Patch panels (optional) Some of the traffic interfaces might require local patch panels to adapt the
interface cables of the UMUX to cables of other characteristics or to provide
points of connection according to the local standard.
Patch panels are optional items provided on request only. A description and
corresponding instructions for installation are provided together with the
patch panel.
A 19-inch patch panel is available which provides coaxial connectors for the
75 interfaces of the LOMIF (LOMI4) and of other units with asymmetrical
E12 interfaces.
For details of the 75 patch panel, refer to [501].

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Unpacking and equipment check


Packing of the subrack and The packing of the equipment covers the various installation options of the
accessories UMUX 1500 and includes the packing of the corresponding adapters.

Figure 31: Packing assembly of the UMUX 1500

1 19-inch subrack including front cover (not shown)


2 Power cable for subrack
3 19-inch cable tray
4 19-inch heat deflection shield (optional, to order only)
5 Adapters for ETSI installation (optional, to order only)
The packing of the UMUX does not contain the following
installation material:
Captive nuts
Screws for the subrack, cable tray, adapters etc.

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The UMUX 1500 equipment Check the unpacked equipment before you start the installation:
Check for complete consignment and for correct designation (refer to
ordering information).
Check the equipment for damages due to storage, transport or handling.
Check the front and backplane connectors (if any) of the units for
damaged pins.
Leave units in their protective ESD bags until you plan to plug them into
the subrack.
Please note:
Do not throw away any pieces packed with the equipment; you
might use them later.
There are no connectors packed with the basic unit. The
connectors and cables are in separate packing.
Keep the original packing of the components if you plan to
move or dispatch the equipment later; the original packing
provides the best protection for the equipment.

The signal cables All external equipment connects to the UMUX (unit and traffic interfaces,
maintenance interfaces, alarm and clock interfaces) via the connectors on
the front panel of the units. KEYMILE provides signal cables of variable
length for all traffic and system interfaces.
For the visual inspection of signal cables check the following:
Mechanical condition of the connectors and the cables.
The contact holes of the connector must be clean.
Mechanical condition of the latching system of the units.
KEYMILE provides cables with latching clips.
The labelling (designation) of the cables must conform to the
documentation of the installation.

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Installation
Before you start Before you start the installation of the UMUX 1500, please check and
complete preparatory steps as follows:
Layout of the equipment in the rack
The layout of the UMUX (and other) equipment in the rack is a
prerequisite for all installation. This layout must consider
UMUX subracks and cable trays
Heat deflection shields
FANUV fan units
Power supply
Signal cabling
Other equipment

The layout must indicate the exact position of each subrack and heat
deflection devices in the rack considering its mechanical dimensions and
the rules for the equipment installation.
Rack
Rack installed.
Metallic parts of the rack connected to the system ground.

-48/-60 VDC power supply


Power distribution installed.
Positive rail connected to system ground.
Negative supply rail features an individual fuse protection for each
subrack feeding cable: Fuse rating 10 A (slow-blow).
For protected power supply systems:
With protection at the external distribution point (A):
The protected power supply circuit is available on the UMUX cable tray.
The circuit is checked and fused (10 A slow-blow) at the supply side.
With DUPOS (B):
Both power supply circuits are available on the UMUX cable tray. The
circuits are checked and fused (10 A slow-blow) at the supply side.
For systems with protection of the control unit only:
The connection points for the signals of corresponding interfaces of
the control units are available (for more information refer to
corresponding paragraphs on protection of the control unit).
Heat dissipation
Measures for heat management implemented if required.
Power cables for active units e.g. FANUV unit are available.
The rise of temperature due to the power dissipated in the subrack
has been considered adequately.
The ambient temperature at the bottom of the subrack must never
exceed the temperature range for system operation as specified in
[201].
Checks of materials
Equipment and standard options
OPTIONS:
FANUV
DUPOS
75 patch panel
Cables
Materials

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checked and ready for installation.


Subrack
The slot (number) in the subrack defined for each unit (Refer to
templates provided with the UMUX Operation & Maintenance
document [208]).
Number of the slot and position of the cable with respect to the slot is
documented for all units. Normally the slot number and the number
printed on the cable tray correspond.
Units are not yet inserted.

Instructions for installation


Adhere to the general instructions as provided in the previous
paragraphs.
Instructions for the installation for units (user guides) are available.

Torques Torques as follows applies for the installation of 19-inch/ETSI equipment


(subracks, heat deflection shields, adapters) and the screws of the unit front
covers in the UMUX subrack.
Figure 32: Torques

Screw Use/application Torques [Nm]


Recommended Maximum
M2.5 Unit front covers 0.45 0.56
M2.5 (4.8) DUPOS - 0.34
M6 (4.8) 19-inch / ETSI equipment - 4.7
(subracks) and adapters

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Installing the cable tray For your convenience, you should first install the cable tray and cables
before the UMUX subrack.

Figure 33: Cable tray (here with WAGO connector block)


(dimensions [mm])

A
A-A

0 V power supply
Protective ground
-VBAT power supply

240

437.1

The numbers on the front of the cable tray correspond to the slot numbers of
the subrack.
For cables without shields:
Do not forget to mount the ferrite toroids on the signal cables if not
already provided.
For details on signal cables refer to the corresponding user guides.
To install the cable tray proceed as follows:
Locate fixing position of cable tray and fit captive nuts (the adapters for
ETSI installation provide nuts).
Lift cable tray into position and secure using four M6 screws

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Installing the DC power supply


Standard power supply The following instructions apply for UMUX 1500 installations without DUPOS
(without DUPOS) and prepare the cable tray for the connection of the power supply to the
UMUX subrack.

Figure 34: Cable tray with installed WAGO connector block and cables
to the power supply (distribution point) and ground

Legend to symbols of connector block and cable:

0 volt conductor for power


black conductor
System ground of subrack
green/yellow conductor
U- - 48/60 volt DC for power supply
blue conductor
Make sure that the - 48/60 VDC power is switched off before you
connect the power leads to the connector block.

To install the WAGO connector block onto the cable tray proceed as follows:
Take the original power cable provided, with the WAGO connection
assembled, and snap the studs of the block into the 3 holes from inside
the cable tray, while the cable tail is looking to the front of the cable tray.
Connect the cables providing the power supply and system ground on
the WAGO connector block. The block has a cage spring wire grip. Strip
the insulation at a maximum of 8 mm to 9 mm. Open the grip by pushing
down with a screwdriver, push the stripped wire in, and release the grip
(refer to figure below).

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Figure 35: Connecting the WAGO connector block

Push the spring grip (1) to open the contact.


Insert the cable (2) into the contact.
Release the spring grip (3).
Repeat steps (1) to (3) for all 3 wires.
Never use power cables without sufficient insulation (e.g. near the
WAGO connector block). Short circuits with flash over might result.

Power supply with DUPOS The following description applies for UMUX 1500 installations with DUPOS
(OPTION) and prepares the cable tray for the connection of the power supply to the
UMUX subrack.
The installation of the power supply with the DUPOS is different from the
standard procedure described above.
The installation of the DC power supply with the DUPOS option is described
in [504] and applies as well for upgrades of the standard supply to power
supply with the DUPOS.

Tying signal cables to the The cable tray makes the installation of the external cabling for the units
cable tray easier. It provides a means to arrange and fix the cables before the
installation of the subrack and thus provides space for convenient working.
On the front, the cable tray carries a label bar with numbers corresponding
to the slot positions of the subrack. It is essential that you align the position
of the connectors and cables for each unit and interface with respect to the
front line of the cable tray.
Depending on the unit and its traffic signals the signal cable provides
different EMC measures:
The (signal) cables have a common metallic braid shield for all the signal
leads of the cable and a
one-ferrite EMC filter (refer to figures below)
two-ferrites EMC filter (refer to figures below)
To maintain the equipments EMC status signal cables without
braid shield are no longer supported!

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Figure 36: Cable with a one-ferrite EMC filter (sample)

View B
Braid Shield
Ferrite

70

The interface cables for interfaces such as


multiple interface cables in one connector
clock interfaces
etc.
are implemented according to this scheme.

Figure 37: Cable with a two-ferrites EMC filter (sample)

View B
Braid Shield
Ferrite Ferrite

70

B
250

The figures below show samples of alignment for the above cable types.

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Figure 38: UMUX 1500 and cable installation with a one-ferrite EMC-
filter (dimensions [mm])

5
1
3

7 7
6

Legend:
1 Cable
2 Ferrite(s)
3 Exposed section of cable screen
4 DIN connector to UMUX unit
5 Earth bar with cable clamp
6 Base of cable tray
7 Cable ties (fixing the cable to the base of the cable tray)

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Figure 39: UMUX 1500 and cable installation with a two-ferrite EMC-
filter (dimensions [mm])

2 5
1
3

7 7
6

Legend:
1 Cable
2 Ferrite(s)
3 Exposed section of cable screen
4 DIN connector to UMUX unit
5 Earth bar with cable clamp
6 Base of cable tray
7 Cable ties (fixing the cable to the base of the cable tray)
The distance between the cable tray and the connector as well as the type
of the cable and connector depends on the plug-in unit (although identical
for most units and interfaces). The distance of the area with exposed cable
shield is constant with respect to the front line of the cable tray.
The figures above do not show cable connector locks!

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To install the cables onto the cable tray proceed as follows:


Label cables with their respective slot number (as previously
documented).
Align each cable on the cable tray with respect to the slot number.
Align the connectors with respect to the front line of the cable tray as
indicated with the installation instructions for the corresponding unit (refer
to the figures above). The cable length between connector and cable tray
depends on the unit and interface (for detailed information, refer to the
user guide of the corresponding unit).
Place front cable ties in order to allow cables to be bent neatly to the
grounding bar in the front part of the cable tray.
Install the rear cable ties. The positions of these cable ties depend on the
cable type (refer to figures above).
Secure each cable loosely (e.g. using cable ties). It should still be
possible to move cables back and forwards. The signal cables have to be
arranged (and fixed) on the cable tray so as not to block the access to
adjacent units in the subrack.
Cables should be positioned so as not to block the airflow into the
subrack. Blocking the airflow might lead to overheating inside the
subrack.

Traffic units The user guides of the corresponding traffic units provide the layout of the
cables used for the interfaces of the unit. For most units with traffic interfaces
one cable connects all the interfaces of the unit.
For details on the installation of signal cables refer to the corresponding
(unit) user guides.

Control unit The control unit features the following interfaces with corresponding cables:
Management interfaces
Alarm interfaces (inputs / outputs)
Synchronisation interfaces (inputs / outputs)
The user guide of the corresponding COBU<X> control unit provides the
layout of the cables. All cables for the COBU<X> interfaces including the
cables for the QX-interface are shielded. It is essential for the specified EMC
characteristics of the UMUX that you connect all shields properly to the
grounding bar of the subrack.
For details, please refer to the user guides [315] and [313].
Cable tray and cables are now ready for the installation of the subrack.

Tying cables to their The cables terminated on the UMUX are connected to their connection
connection points points in accordance with the documentation of the installation and to the
customer's specifications.
In order to maintain the EMC characteristics of the UMUX system,
it is essential to connect the shield of shielded cables at both sides,
at the UMUX grounding bar and at the external connection point
(e.g. distribution frame).

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Patch panel (optional) The patch panel is an optional item provided on request only. Description
and instructions for installation are provided together with the patch panel.
A 19-inch patch panel is available which provides coaxial connectors for the
75 Ohm interfaces of the LOMIF (LOMI4) and of other units with
asymmetrical E12 interfaces.
For details, refer to [501].
Lightning protection The lightning protection is implemented at the connection points of the cables to
the outside world. The UMUX equipment only provides secondary protection.
For more information on the implementation of lightning and over-voltage
protection, refer to the corresponding paragraphs in this chapter.

Connecting the alarm


interfaces
All NEs The COBU<X> control unit provides
Alarm interface outputs (solid state relay contacts):
Urgent alarm (UA)
Non-urgent alarm (NA)
Alarm interface inputs (4) for electrical signals
The termination of each alarm interface depends on the devices connected.
For the technical specifications of the interfaces, refer to the description
[213], [215] or [201]. Check for compatibility with the connected equipment.
The FANUV [502] and DUPOS [504] options use the COBU<X>
interfaces for external alarm signals (inputs).
Special cables are provided with the options.

NE with redundant control units For systems with redundant control units only:
Alarm inputs (refer to figure below):
For full protection, it is essential to connect the inputs of the backup
COBU<X> separately from the default control unit. This requires
Separate conductors for the two signal paths between the external
connection point and the control units. Normally the external alarm
source is a dry relay contact, which does not require drivers.
Optionally (e.g. for high resistance solid state alarm sources)
individual line drivers at the external connection point for each of the
two signal cables.
A reasonable compromise relies on one common driver for a high
resistance solid alarm source at the external connection point for the two
signal conductors (provided there is sufficient capacity of the line driver).

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Figure 40: Functional wiring diagram of the IF for external alarms

COBU<X> Slot 12
+5V
External Connection Point

optional driver

Input <x>

Slot 11 -UTF
COBU<X>
+5V

optional driver

Input <x> External


Alarm <x>
Contact
-UTF

The figure above shows the wiring for 1 external alarm only.
The FANUV [502] and DUPOS [504] options use the COBU<X>
interfaces for external alarm signals (inputs).
Special cables for the connection of redundant control units are
provided with the options.

Alarm outputs:
For full protection, it is essential to connect the outputs of the backup
COBU<X> separately from the default control unit. There are two
principles possible for the provision of external alarms:
Each control unit drives its own external alarm device. The installation
is fully redundant.
Common wiring of the alarm contacts of both control units (The 2
types of contacts require 2 different schemes of connection):
AC: For alarm contacts Active Closed the corresponding
conductors of each control unit are connected as wired
or e.g. at the external connection point. The NE drives
an external alarm device between the AC and the COM
contacts as one Active Closed contact.
AO: For alarm contacts Active Open the corresponding
conductors of each control unit are connected in series
with the external connection point. The NE drives an
external alarm device between the two AO contacts of
the two control units as one Active Open contact.
The two COM contacts are not used.
The figure below shows the wiring and the relay states for
- Active COBU<X> in slot 11 (inactive unit in slot 12)
- UA pending

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Figure 41: Functional wiring diagram for alarm outputs

External Connection Point

COBU<X> Slot 12

AO AO
UA AC AC

Urgent
Alarm

COBU<X> Slot 11 COM COM

AO AO
UA AC

COM

AO
NA
AC

COM

UA Urgent Alarm
NA Non-urgent Alarm
AC Active Closed
AO Active Open
The figure above does not show the wiring for the NA. The same principles
as for the UA apply also for the NA.
Please note:
Due to the different wiring schemes for common AO and
common AC alarm contacts, only one type of alarm contact can
be used: either AC or AO.
All the alarm contacts of the COBU<X> are solid state relay
contacts.
Connecting
synchronisation interfaces
All NE The COBU<X> control unit provides interfaces for 2048 kHz timing signals
as follows:
Outputs
PETS driven outputs (sources on the COBU<X>):
ESO-1 3
SETS driven outputs (sources on the SYNI<X>):
ESO-4
Inputs
PETS driven inputs (timing system on the COBU<X>):
ESI-1 and ESI-2
SETS driven input (timing system on the SYNI<X>):
ESI-1

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The interfaces provide line impedances and galvanic separation as indicated


in the table below:

Figure 42: Characteristics of the synchronisation interfaces


ESI-<X> and ESO-<X>

IF PETS SETS Impedance Galvanic


75 120 separation
ESI-1 X X X (X) X
ESI-2 X - X - X
ESO-1 X - X - (X)
ESO-2 X - X - -
ESO-3 X - X - -
ESO-4 - X X (X) (X)

(X) The corresponding feature is available with the templates and


hardware as follows:
COBUX 145, 146: ROFBU 367 103/1 R2B
COBUV 137, 237: ROFBU 367 103/2 R1A
COBUQ 144: ROFBU 367 114/1 R2B
Older hardware of the COBUX, COBUQ and the COBUL do not
support the (X) features.
For details on hardware versions of the control units, that are
compatible with the interfaces above (120 and galvanic
isolation), refer to the release notes of the UMUX Multiservice
Platform.
Due to the physical limitations of the connector, it is not possible to contact
more than 4 timing signals (sum of input and output) at a time. For this
reason 4 types of cables are proposed:
- COBUX/C1.1-1: Synchronisation ESI-1 / ESO-1, 2, 3 (all 75 )
- COBUX/C1.1-3: Synchronisation ESI-1 / ESO-1, 2, 4 (all 75 )
- COBUX/C1.1-4: Synchronisation ESI-1, 2 / ESO-1, 4 (all 75 )
- COBUX/C1.1-6: Synchronisation ESI-1 / ESO-1 (all 120 )
The requirements of the application define the appropriate cable. For
technical specifications of the interfaces, refer to the description [215] and
[213]. Check for compatibility with the connected equipment.
Timing signals require proper line termination!
It is possible to configure the inputs of the COBU<X> for a high
impedance or 75 Ohm termination (ESI-1 for 75/120 Ohm).
Normally the termination with 75 Ohm (ESI-1 and ESO-4 for
75/120 Ohm) is the best choice. It is possible to select High
impedance, if the timing signal is terminated externally but close
to the interface of the control unit.

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NE with redundant control units For systems with redundant control units only:
Inputs synchronisation (refer to figure below):
For full protection, it is essential to connect the inputs of the backup unit
separately from the default control unit. Since the timing signals require
proper termination, additional considerations apply for installations with
redundant control units:
The inputs are terminated on each control unit either with 75 Ohm
(ESI-1 with 75/120 Ohm) or with high impedance. The physical
termination set via a jumper on the control unit is independent of the
active/standby state of the control unit. The settings have to be
identical for both units, since
a setting not matching the configuration creates an alarm
operation of 1 unit only (during repairs) will change the termination
There are several ways to terminate the timing signal properly:
a) Individual drivers at the external connection point for each
signal cable.
b) External termination of the timing signals close to the
units.

Figure 43: Functional wiring diagram for inputs synchronisation


a) Individual drivers for each cable

COBU<X> Slot 12
External Connection Point

driver

Jumper

75 Ohm
COBU<X> Slot 11

driver

Jumper

75 Ohm External
Timing
Source

The figure shows only 1 timing signal and applies for a line impedance of 75
Ohm (line termination). A similar wiring applies for lines with 120 Ohm of line
impedance (termination).

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Figure 44: Functional wiring diagram for synch inputs


b) External termination of the timing signal

COBU<X> Slot 12
External Connection Point

d1

Jumper

75 Ohm driver

COBU<X> Slot 11

External
Timing
d2 Source

Jumper
75 Ohm
75 Ohm

The figure shows only 1 timing signal and applies for a line impedance of 75
Ohm (line termination). A similar wiring applies for lines with 120 Ohm of line
impedance (termination).
It is essential to keep the non-terminated cable tails d1 and d2 short!
Sync outputs:
The timing signals on the outputs are active only if the control unit is
active. Proper termination of the timing signals provided, there are
several ways to handle the timing signals of the redundant control units
The timing signal outputs of the COBU<X> use separate cables to the
connection point. They are individually terminated on a device, which
selects the timing source for its output signal automatically between
the 2 inputs.
The timing signal outputs of the COBU<X> use a common cable,
which is terminated at the external connection point. It is essential to
keep the connection between the corresponding 2 outputs very close
in order to reduce signal distortions due to reflections from the non-
terminated tail.
The timing output of each control unit uses its own cable, which is
terminated at a common external connection point. Such wiring is only
possible if the cable and the termination at the common connection
point accurately match the impedance of the signal source. Any
mismatches will create distortions of the timing signal due to
uncontrolled reflections.

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Connecting management
interfaces
All NE The management interfaces are normally terminated on the local craft device
(F-interface) or on an Ethernet device (QX-interface). Please refer to the
technical specifications of the equipment and the interfaces to check for
compatibility.
For technical specifications of the interfaces, refer to the description [215]
and [213]. Check for compatibility with the connected equipment.
For principles and details on the implementation of the management
communication of the UMUX, refer to [901].

NE with redundant control units For systems with redundant control units only:
QX-interface
The QX-interface is an Ethernet LAN interface. It is possible to connect
the interfaces of both control units to the LAN (e.g. via hub). Only the QX-
interface of the active control unit communicates. After the switchover to
the standby unit the system requires some time to update the address
resolution of the IP-address with the new MAC-address of the newly
active control unit.
Q1-(slave)interface
The Q1-interface is a bus interface. It is possible to connect the Q1-
interfaces of both control units parallel to the local Q-bus since there is
only one interface active. Although there is only one unit active, the
second unit loads the bus as any other device connected to the bus.
For this reason, a UMUX 1500 with redundant control units reduces the
remaining capacity of the Q-bus by two NEs.
Q1-master interface (for NEs with COBU<X> only)
The same requirements apply for the Q1-master interface as for the Q1-
interface.
Refer to the paragraph above.
F-interface
The main application of the F-interface is the commissioning and
maintenance of the UMUX via a local craft device. The local craft device
connects directly to the F-interface of the active unit at the time of such
access.
It is not possible to connect the F-interface in parallel. The F-interface of
each of the redundant control units requires its own termination on a
corresponding serial interface (or a selector box).
If the F-interface operates in the mode management communication via
EOC then the F-interface of each of the two redundant control units is
terminated on its own SIFOX interface (refer to the figure below).
To connect the COBU<X> to the EOC you need a standard SIFOXEOC
cable and the adapter cable COBUX/C3.1-3.

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Figure 45: COBUX/C3.1-3 cable application drawing


This part of the cable remains on the cable tray

540

Signal cable SIFOX - 4 EOC 1

1
2

1
Connects to the SIFOX

Adapter cables SIFOX EOC - COBUX


COBUX/C3.1-3

Legend:
1 This connector directly connects the EOC to the F-interface of the
CENCA control unit or to the COBUX/C3.1-3 adapter cable.
2 This connector connects the EOC via the standard SIFOX-EOC cable
to the F-interface of the COBU<X> or COBUQ control unit. For
redundant COBU<X>s, you need 2 separate EOC interfaces.

Installing the subrack The backplane at the rear of the subrack provides a 3-pin (fast-on) terminal
power cable for the power supply and the system ground. The subrack is delivered with a
power cable, one end terminated with a connector fitting this terminal, the
other end terminated with a WAGO connector (refer to figures below).
The matching WAGO connector block on the cable tray or DUPOS
terminates the external cables providing power supply and system ground.
If required, you can directly terminate a customised power supply
cable (without intermediate WAGO connector blocks) on the plug
fitting to the 3-pin (fast-on) terminal.
With this, you will lose the flexibility of the front access for the
connection of the power supply.

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Figure 46: Power supply cable for the subrack (standard cable)

4 3 1 2

Legend:
1 Power cable for subrack
2 Fast-on connector (subrack side)
3 WAGO connector (cable tray side)
4 WAGO connector block (cable tray, power supply side)
At the time of delivery, the matching WAGO connector block (4) is plugged
onto the WAGO connector (3) (as shown on the top of the figure above).
The cable tray provides three holes at its right inside which fit the pins of the
WAGO connector block.
If you use the FANUV option without DUPOS, you need a special
cable that includes the following functions
Power supply cable for the UMUX subrack.
Power supply cable for the FANUV.
Connection of the FANUV alarm interfaces with the COBU<X>
alarm inputs.
For more information of the FANUV installation, refer to [502].
To install the subrack power cable in the UMUX subrack, proceed as follows
(for numbers refer to the figure below):
Unplug the power cable from the WAGO connector block on the cable
tray (1) if applicable.
This step is left out if the power cable is directly connected to the fast-on
contacts on the subrack.
Plug the 3-pin connector of the subrack power cable to the fast-on
contacts at the rear of the subrack (2).
If you use the FANUV option without DUPOS, you must connect the
special power supply cable as indicated in [502].

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Figure 47: Connecting the power cable to subrack

2
1
3

Installing the subrack


Prerequisites Before you mount the subrack, please make sure that the installation of the
Cable tray
Optionally with the DUPOS multifunctional connection unit
Power supply on the cable tray
Optionally with the DUPOS multifunctional connection unit
Appropriate subrack power cable
Signal cables
is complete and checked.

Subrack installation
Figure 48: Layout of the subrack UMUX 1500
(dimensions [mm])

UBUS

PBUS

SBUS

To install the subrack, proceed as follows (for numbers refer to the figure
below):

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Locate the top fixing position of the subrack and fit the four captive nuts.
The bottom fixing position is 6 HU below.
Lift the subrack into position and secure the subrack with M6 screws.
Ensure that the power cable coming from behind remains accessible
from the front.
Reconnect the power cable to the WAGO connector block (3) or the
corresponding DUPOS interface (left out if the power supply cable is
directly connected to the fast-on contacts on the subrack).
Align the power cable (refer to figure below).

Figure 49: Connecting the power cable to subrack

1
3

If you use the FANUV option, complete the installation of cables as


indicated in [502].

Installing heat deflection The heat deflection shield removes the hot air rising through the subrack(s)
shields and fan units below to the front or rear of the rack. If there is no equipment producing heat
below the subrack of the UMUX 1500, the heat deflection is not required.
Depending on the evacuation of the heated up air, there are two ways of
installing the heat deflection shield (refer to figures below):
Exhaust to the rear:
The heat deflection shield is installed in such way that the cold air flows
from the front into the subrack above and evacuates as heated up air
from the subracks below to the rear (recommended for 19-inch
installation).

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Figure 50: Orientation of the heat deflection shield


for evacuation of heated air to the rear

Heated air

FANUV Cold air


Fan Unit

Rear
Front

Heated air

Cold air
FANUV
Fan Unit

Exhaust to the front:


The heat deflection shield is installed the opposite way in order to allow
the cold air to flow from the rear into the subrack above and to evacuate
the heated up air from the subracks below to the front.

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Figure 51: Orientation of the heat deflection shield


for evacuation of heated air to the front

Heated air

Cold air
FANUV
Fan Unit

Heated air

Cold air
FANUV
Fan Unit

To change the installation of the heat deflection shield between


front and rear exhaust, the shield has to be rotated (front view: left
right side and right left side).

For illustration of this basic arrangement of the UMUX with heat deflection
devices, refer to the figure below.

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Figure 52: Arrangement of the UMUX with heat deflection devices


(dimensions [mm])

2 HU
88.9
6

9
44.45
1 HU

8
266.7
6 HU

2
2 HU
88.9

Legend:
2 Fast-on connector (subrack side)
3 WAGO connector or DUPOS interface (cable tray side)
6 Connector for the FANUV
8 Connector for alarm inputs of the COBU<X> unit
9 Cable clamp for cable (5)

To install the heat deflection shield and the FANUV options proceed as
follows:
FANUV
Locate fixing position of the fan unit and fit the 2 captive nuts (nuts are
already provided with adapters for ETSI installation). Install the fan
unit as close as possible to the top of the subrack.
Lift the fan unit into position and secure the unit with the two M6
screws.
Tie the FANUV power and alarm cable from the connection point (3)
along the right hand side of the UMUX subrack up to the FANUV unit.
Connect the connector (6) of the power cable to the FANUV (refer to
figure above) and clamp the power cable to the clamp (9).
Please note that you need additionally the commissioning for the
COBU<X> interfaces for external alarm signals as described in
[502] for the FANUV without DUPOS
[504] for the FANUV with DUPOS.

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For details of the FANUV installation and cabling options, refer to [502].
Heat deflection shields
Select the appropriate orientation of the heat deflection shield and
rotate the shield accordingly:
Evacuation of heated up air to the rear: front to rear
Evacuation of heated up air to the front: front to rear
Locate fixing position of the heat deflection shield and fit captive nuts
(nuts provided with adapters for ETSI installation).
Lift the heat deflection shield into position and secure the unit with four
M6 screws.
For an efficient heat evacuation in the bottom UMUX equipment, you
must install a heat evacuation shield (proper orientation) below the
bottom UMUX subrack.

Cable clamps and The subrack of the UMUX 1500 provides a left side and a right side cable
grounding bar clamp and grounding bar. Each bar has its own clamp, each of which is
independent from the other.

Figure 53: Cable clamps and grounding bars


(conductive foam in bars and clamps not shown)

2 3
5 4 6

At position (6) at the right side of the subracks grounding bar there is a
supplementary connection point for system ground. The thread accepts M4
screws. It is possible to use this connection point as a bonding point for
wriststraps.
To remove the left side cable clamp from its grounding bar:
Turn the spring bracket to the left (1).
A screwdriver might help to unlatch the spring bracket.
Remove the left end of the clamp from the grounding bar by rotating it
outward (2).
Unhook the right end of clamp from the grounding bar and remove the
clamp completely (3).
Follow the same steps mirrored to the right to remove the right side clamp
from its grounding bar.

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To re-install the left side cable clamp to its grounding bar:


Check the placement of the conductive foam on the grounding bar and
cable clamp. Realign if appropriate.
Check the fit of the signal cables on the grounding bar. Realign if
appropriate.
Hook the right end of the clamp onto the grounding bar (4).
Rotate the left end of the clamp inward onto the grounding bar until the
spring bracket to the left snaps in (5).
Check both spring brackets for fit.
Follow the same steps mirrored to the right to reinstall the right side cable
clamp to its grounding bar.

Units and signal cables


Inserting units in the subrack Depending on the degree of commissioning specified with the system order,
the subrack of the UMUX 1500 is delivered without or with inserted units.
You can skip this paragraph if all units already occupy their position in the
subrack.
Units are sensitive to electrostatic discharges!
Use grounded protective wristband when handling units! Keep the
units in their ESD protective plastic bags until you use the units!
To insert units (new connector system):
Remove the cable clamp(s) from the grounding bar(s) of the subrack.
Follow steps (1) to (3) in figure above for the left and/or the right side
cable clamps.
Identify the slot for the plug-in unit and engage the unit to the upper and
lower rails. Slide unit half way in.
Insert plug-in unit as follows (refer to numbers (1x) in figure below)
Push both levers in outward position (11).
Slide the unit in until its connectors touch the front of the backplane
connectors (12). Do not insert completely!
To engage the unit with the backplane connectors, press carefully and
simultaneously the top lever downwards and the bottom lever
upwards (13). The lever movement will engage the connectors of the
unit to the backplane connectors.
Tighten both the top and bottom screws (14) to fix the unit to the
subrack.
Never use force to insert a unit!
Forced insertion can damage the connectors.

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Figure 54: Steps for insertion and removal of units

13 14 21 (13)

(22)

11
22

12
LC
23

22
11

LC

13 14 21

Legend:
1x Applies to the insertion of the units to the subrack
2x Applies to the removal of the units from the subrack
LC Latching clips
Repeat the steps above for all units to insert.

Connecting signal cables To connect signal cables (new connector system):


Check for latching clips (refer to positions (LC) in figure above). If no clips
are fitted, insert clips to the positions shown in the figure above. The
latching clips are packed with the original cables from the manufacturer
or provided separately.
Plug the connector of the signal cable onto the front connector of the unit.
Watch for the click of the latching system (if provided) or secure
connector if applicable.
Realign the cable(s) on the cable tray. Ensure close contact of the
dismantled cable shield to the grounding bar.
Fix the cable(s) firmly (e.g. using cable ties).
Repeat the steps above for all units and interfaces.
Latching clips are required for the new connector system,
introduced with the PBUS units and the new UBUS units:
The connector frame of the COBU<X> has its latching clips
already integrated.
Latching clips are packed with the original cables from the
manufacturers. The connector sets do not contain latching
clips. Order the clips separately.

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Clamping cables to the Clamp the cables to the bar only if all cables are installed and properly
subrack grounding bar arranged with respect to the units and the cable tray:
Snap in the cable clamp and close the grounding bar. Follow the steps
(4) to (5) as instructed in the corresponding figure for the left and/or the
right side clamps.

Removing units Units are sensitive to electrostatic discharges!


Use grounded protective wristband when handling units! Pack
units into ESD protective bag immediately after removal. The
original packing provides the best protection for the units.
To remove units from the subrack you have to reverse the steps required for
the installation of units:
1. Remove the front cover
2. Remove the cable clamp as appropriate.
3. Unplug the connector(s) of the signal cable
4. Remove the unit
To remove the front cover:
Refer to figure and paragraphs below.
To remove the cable clamps:
Follow the steps (1) to (3) as instructed in the corresponding figure for the
left and/or the right side clamps.
To unplug the signal cables:
New connector system:
Check for latching clips (refer to positions (LC) in figure above). Separate
at the same time both clips from their notch in the cover of the connector.
Unplug the connector now.
Old connector system:
Release the metallic brackets on top and at the bottom of the connector.
Unplug the connector now.
To remove units from the subrack (new connector system):
Unscrew top and bottom screws (21) of the unit (refer to numbers (2x) in
figure above).
Remove the unit as follows
To disengage the unit from the backplane connectors push both
levers in outward position (22). Allow the unit to move outside while
pressing on the levers.
Remove the unit from the subrack.
Screws that are unscrewed so that they protrude from the front
panel of the unit can block the outward rotation of the levers.

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Front cover Figure 55: Subrack and front cover

4 2

6
5

Please note that the front cover also covers the grounding bar and
a part of the cable tray.

Mounting the front cover Hinge lower lids of the front cover into the slots of the left and right side
grounding bars (1).
Rotate front cover towards the front of the subrack (2).
Depress the left hand and the right hand lock inwards (3).
Align the upper lids of the front cover to the slotted rail at the upper edge
of the subrack (4).
Close the cover firmly (5). Listen for the click.
Check the cover for correct fitting.

Removing the front cover Depress the left hand and the right hand lock inwards (3).
Rotate the upper edge of the front cover outwards (6).
Remove lower lids of the front cover from the slots of the left and right
side grounding bars (7).
Remove the cover completely.
The UMUX 1500 complies with EMC standards only with the front
cover fitted!

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