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RTN 320 V100R007

Quick Installation Guide


Issue: 01
BOM: 31507649
Date: 2016-04-30

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Safety Precautions

Thunderstorms
High temperature
Do not work with electrical current or work in elevated or exposed locations during a thunderstorm.
If the ambient temperature reaches 55C, the surface temperature of an RTN 320 may exceed 70C.

Extreme weather conditions Therefore, wear protective gloves when handling the RTN 320. A high-temperature warning label ( ) is
attached to each RTN 320.
RTN 320 is usually installed outdoors. If weather conditions are extreme during an installation, personnel
should follow the related local guidelines and regulations to safeguard personal health and safety. Handling of RTN 320 or mounting kits

Elevated locations Wear clean gloves when handling the RTN 320 or mounting kits.

RTN 320 is usually installed in an elevated location, for example, on the rooftop of a building. For installation Lasers
in elevated locations, installation personnel must:
Do not look into an optical port without eye protection.
Have the proper training and qualifications, and meet health requirements.
Wear helmets, safety belts, and anti-slip footwear.
Corrosion
Wear clothing and gloves appropriate to weather conditions.
Work in teams of two or more. Anti-corrosion measures are required if an RTN 320 is installed in a location that is prone to corrosion. Contact
Test hoisting tools before use. the local Huawei office for details. A location is prone to corrosion if it is:
Avoid installation during extreme weather conditions, such as during thunderstorms, blizzards, or gales. Within 3.7 km of an ocean or a salt water lake
In addition, all site visitors must wear helmets. Within 3 km of a heavy pollution source, such as a smelting factory or coal mine
Within 2 km of a medium pollution source, such as a chemical, rubber, or electroplating plant
Microwave Within 1 km of a light pollution source, such as a food/leather processing plant or heating boiler

High-power radio frequency signals are harmful. Avoid exposure to transmission from the antennas of Local rules and regulations
microwave equipment that has the radiation warning symbol ( ). When you are installing or performing If local rules and regulations require that anti-corrosion measures must be taken for ground connections,
maintenance on an antenna located on a tower that has multiple antennas, avoid exposure to radiation comply with local rules and regulations.
from other antennas.

Unpacking
Moving and hoisting heavy objects
After unpacking an RTN 320, power it on within 24 hours.
To move or hoist heavy objects, use appropriate equipment and adhere to the Do not power off an RTN 320 for more than 24 hours during maintenance.
following guidelines:
All personnel should wear helmets and protective clothes, gloves, and
shoes.
Move heavy objects along a flat obstacle-free path.
Do not lift heavy objects by hand. Use appropriate equipment instead.
When items are hoisted, ensure that those standing nearby are safe from
falling objects.
Use hoisting tools properly. Do not exceed load allowances to prevent
damage to pulleys or slings.

2
Safety Precautions

DC power Do not leave any service cable unconnected

Do not install or remove a live power cable. Any contact between the power cable core and a conductor can Do not leave any service cable unconnected (see the following figure).
generate electric arc or sparks, which may cause fire or eye injury. If a service port is not in use, remove the cable from it and plug it with a waterproof block.
Connect the power cables correctly to the positive and negative terminals of the power supply device (see
circled No.1 in the figure below). To prevent damage to power cables or devices caused by short-circuits,
install a circuit breaker on the negative terminal of the power supply device (see circled No.2 in the figure
below). The recommended fuse capacity is 10 A to 16 A.
Do not connect the RTN 320 to an AC power supply device. Otherwise, the RTN 320 may be damaged.
Do not connect the RTN 320 to a DC power supply device providing power beyond the range of 38.4 V to
57.6 V. Otherwise, the RTN 320 may be damaged.

DANGER
Do not leave any service cable
unconnected.

RTN(+) RTN(-)

IF port protection

If an IF port is not in use, cover it with a protective cap


Power supply device
delivered with the equipment.

Brown (black): 0 V ground


cable

SW Blue: -48 V

Protective cap

3
Installation Precautions
Installation space requirements Installation position requirements

Reserve at least 30 cm space on the side of the RTN 320 so that the maintenance compartment can be opened. The RTN 320 can be installed on either side of a hybrid coupler or OMT. You can install the RTN 320 on the right or
left side based on installation space requirements.

R = 30 cm

Installed on the
left side

Installed on the
right side

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Installation Precautions
How to handle the issue that the maintenance compartment cannot be opened due to the support bar
After installing the RTN 320, check whether the maintenance compartment can be opened. If it cannot 3. Adjust the installation angle of the support bar so that the maintenance compartment can be removed.
be opened due to the support bar, adjust the installation position or angle of the support bar. 4. Install a fixing bar for the support bar so that the angle of the support bar can be adjusted to the greatest extent.
The following adjustment methods are available: Then, the maintenance compartment can be opened, and the antenna's wind resistant capability is maximized.
1. Adjust the installation angle of the support bar to ensure that the
maintenance compartment can be opened.

Fixing bar

5. Use the separate mounting mode.

2. Adjust the fixing point of the support bar to ensure that the
maintenance compartment can be opened.

Fixing point

6. Exchange the positions of the RTN 320 and ODU.

5
Installing the RTN 320

Equipment Components

A Appearance and ports

Front view 125mm


ports

Screw of the
maintenance
compartment

290mm

COMBO MIMO2

MIMO1

GE3(o)
Ground
IF1 screw
276mm

CAUTION
Do not keep the maintenance compartment open.
Close the maintenance compartment after maintenance is complete.
Wi-Fi
Bottom view USB port module
Screws of the USB port USB flash compartment
compartment drive

CAUTION

Do not keep the USB port compartment


open. Close the USB port compartment GE1 (e)
when no operation is performed. DC power port
NMS/GE2 (e)
When closing the USB port compartment,
ensure that the fall-prevention strip is not
pinched by the USB port compartment
cover.

NMS

CAUTION
If the cable trough is not used, plug the
cable holes with waterproof blocks.

RSSI Cable trough


System
indicator test port and waterproof 6
blocks
Installing the RTN 320

Equipment Components Peeling Indicator

B Cables

Ground cable

OT terminal

NOTE Ground terminal


The ground terminal can be connected to a ground bar or U-
shaped ground clip. Connect the ground terminal to whichever is
the most appropriate for the scenario.
See the usage instructions released with the ground clip for details.
Outdoor fiber/cascade cable
DLC/UPC connector

DC power cable

Wires exposed
DC power cable and connector 8 mm

Brown (black): 0 V ground cable

Positive and negative


cables exposed
57 mm
Blue: -48 V

C USB flash drive

NOTE
Sheath reserved
19 mm
The model recommended for the USB flash drive is Netac U208 with a 4 GB
capacity. Outdoor network cable
If a different model or capacity is required, contact Huawei local offices. 29 mm
The appearance of Netac U208 flash drives varies depending on the vendor.
Shield layer exposed
Only USB 2.0 is supported.
14 mm

7
Terminating an Outdoor Network Cable with Shielded RJ45 Connectors
Prepare the following tools. Prepare an outdoor network cable and Strip the cable. Arrange the core wires according to the pin assignments and cut
shielded RJ45 connectors. them neatly (exposing a length of 12 mm).

1: white and orange


2: orange
3: white and green
4: blue
5: white and blue
6: green
7: white and brown
8: brown
RJ45 connector crimping tool

Make an incision of 20 Strip off the braided shield and cut the Length of each exposed core wire: 12 mm
Remove the outer jacket.
mm in the outer jacket. aluminum foil and unwanted materials.
12 mm

1. Core wire
2. Aluminum foil Cut the core wires
When stripping off the outer jacket, take care not to damage the
3. Braided shield neatly.
braided shield or aluminum foil.
Diagonal pliers 4. Outer jacket
5. Shielded RJ45 connector

Strip off the sheath of the cable according to the peeling


Insert the arranged core wires into an RJ45 connector according to Cut off the exposed braided shield and materials indicator on one side of the equipment to expose the shield
the pin assignments and crimp the connector with the crimping tool. along the edge of the connector. layer.
Peeling
indicator
Crimp the
RJ45
connector.

Pin assignments of the RJ45 plug

Cut off the exposed


braided shield and
Before crimping, ensure that the core wires are fully inserted in the RJ45 connector. materials.
Use the crimping tool to crimp the connector with force.
After crimping, verify that the connector has been crimped tightly.
Ensure that the braided shield of the cable is in good contact with the shield layer of the
connector.

8 Repeat steps 1 to 6 to terminate the other end of the cable with a 9 Optional: Use a multimeter to measure the impedance of
connector. Use a network cable tester to test the cable connectivity. core wires. The impedance difference between core wires
must be less than 5%.

Outdoor network
Stripped
cable
cable

29 mm

8
Terminating Power Cables with a Tool-Less DC Power Connector

1 Strip off the sheath of a power cable according to the peeling indicator on one side 3 Insert the power cables.
of the equipment.

Wires Ensure that the positive and negative cables are correctly connected.

DC power cable Red cable locking latch


Hole 1 (+): Insert a brown (black) 0 V ground
Wires exposed cable into it.
8 mm
Ensure that the cable section inserted into each
hole is at least 11 mm in length.

Blue cable locking latch


When stripping power cables, ensure that Hole 2 (-): Insert a blue -48 V cable into it.
Positive and negative wires do not split.
cables exposed Avoid dropping any miscellaneous objects
57 mm (especially metal scraps) in the maintenance
compartment. Clean up them immediately if
any.

Sheath reserved
19 mm 4 Push the cable locking latches on both sides back. Slightly pull the power cables to
check whether they are connected securely.

Shield layer exposed


14 mm

2 Use a screwdriver to poke the cable locking latches out.

A cable must be inserted in


the center of a hole.

If the wires slide outward or are exposed outside


the holes, remove the cables and cut the wires.
Then strip and connect the cables again.

A cable must be inserted in the center of a


hole.
A cable must be perpendicular to a hole.

9
Terminating a Ground Cable with an OT Terminal

Strip the ground cable. Mapping between the cross-sectional area of a


cable conductor (C) and the length of an
A: OT terminal exposed cable (L1)
B: ground cable
Cross-sectional L1 (mm)
C: exposed cable conductor
Area of C (mm2)
L1: length of the exposed
1 7
cable
1.5 7
2.5 7
Crimp the OT
terminal lug.
When you are skillful, you can determine L1 4 8
based on the length of the OT terminal lug.

When striping off the insulation layer of the


ground cable, take care not to damage or Ensure that the cable conductor does not The crimping impression may differ
nick the metal conductor of the cable. protrude more than 2 mm from the OT depending on the crimping tool used.
terminal.

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Installing the RTN 320

1 Installation at a 1+0 Site

Installation procedure Commissioning procedure

1 Follow the antenna installation guide to Power on the RTN 320.


9
install the antenna.
2 Optional: Change the polarization direction of the antenna to 10 Use a USB flash drive to load NE data.
horizontal if required.

3 Install the RTN 320 11 Optional: Use the Web LCT to configure NE data.
Apply lubricant around the exterior side of the feed. 1 - 3
Install the RTN 320 on the antenna. Align antennas.
12
4 Install the PGND cable of the RTN 320.

5 Install an outdoor fiber or network cable.


Connect an outdoor fiber or network cable to a port in the
maintenance compartment.
Lay out the outdoor fiber or network cable.
Attach a yellow label to the fiber or network cable, and
write a number on the label according to the plan.
6 Install a DC power cable.
Connect a DC power cable to the DC power port in the
maintenance compartment.
Lay out the DC power cable.
Select ground points for the DC power cable, and install
ground clips.
Attach a matte white label to the DC power cable.

CAUTION
Before installing a cable, bind the cable section that links DC GE(o)
the cable connector to the pole. This will protect the cable
connector from damage. Ensure that the length of cable NOTE
running from the binding point to the RTN 320 is sufficient NOTE
The GE1(e) port can be used to transmit/receive
to attach the cable connector to a service port on the RTN Install the device-side ground cable electrical services, and the GE3(o) or COMBO port can
320. before you climb up the tower. be used to transmit/receive optical services. In this
example, the GE3(o) port is used.
7 Waterproof ground clips and IF cable connectors. 4

5
8 Check the installation.
6
Connected to a power Transmits/Receives one channel of
supply device GE (optical) service.

11
Installing the RTN 320

2 Installation at a 2+0 or 1+1 Site

Installation procedure Commissioning procedure

1 Follow the antenna installation guide to Power on the RTN 320.


11
install the antenna.
2 Optional: Change the polarization direction of the 12 Use a USB flash drive to load NE data.
antenna and hybrid coupler to horizontal if required.

3 Install the hybrid coupler. 13 Optional: Use the Web LCT to configure NE data.
Apply lubricant around the exterior side of the
hybrid coupler feed and the RTN 320 feed. 1 - 4 14 Align antennas.
Install the hybrid coupler onto the antenna.

4 Install the RTN 320 and ODU onto the hybrid coupler.

NOTE
For the method of installing an XMC ODU, see
the RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.

5 Install PGND cables for the RTN 320 and ODU.


RTN 320

6 Use an IF cable to connect the RTN 320 and ODU.

NOTE
For the method of making and laying out an IF cable, see ODU
the RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.
Install an outdoor fiber or network cable.
7
Connect an outdoor fiber or network cable to a port in the
maintenance compartment.
Lay out the outdoor fiber or network cable.
Attach a yellow label to the fiber or network cable, and
write a number on the label according to the plan.
8 Install a DC power cable.
Connect a DC power cable to the DC power port in the
maintenance compartment. DC GE(o)
Lay out the DC power cable.
NOTE
Select ground points for the DC power cable, and install
ground clips. The GE1(e) port can be used to transmit/receive
Attach a matte white label to the DC power cable. NOTE electrical services, and the GE3(o) or COMBO port can
Install the device-side ground cable be used to transmit/receive optical services. In this
CAUTION 5 5 7 example, the GE3(o) port is used.
before you climb up the tower.
Before installing a cable, bind the cable section that links
the cable connector to the pole. This will protect the cable Transmits/Receives one channel of GE (optical) service.
connector from damage. Ensure that the length of cable
running from the binding point to the RTN 320 is sufficient Connected to a power
to attach the cable connector to a service port on the RTN supply device
320. 6 8

9 Waterproof ground clips and IF cable connectors. CAUTION


Do not remove or insert an IF cable connector from or to
10 Check the installation.
the RTN 320 with power on. Otherwise, human injuries may
be caused.
12
Installing the RTN 320

3 Installation at a 2x(1+0) Site


Installation procedure Commissioning procedure

1 Follow the antenna installation guide to Power on the RTN 320.


10
install the antenna.
2 Install the RTN 320 on the antenna. 11 Use a USB flash drive to load NE data.
1 2
3 Install the ODU onto the antenna. 12 Optional: Use the Web LCT to configure NE data.
RTN 320

NOTE Align antennas.


13
For the method of installing an XMC ODU, see
the RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide. 1 3

4 Install PGND cables for the RTN 320 and ODU.


ODU

5 Use an IF cable to connect the RTN 320 and ODU.

NOTE
For the method of making and laying out an IF cable, see
RTN 320
the RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.

6 Install an outdoor fiber or network cable. ODU


Connect an outdoor fiber or network cable to a port in the
maintenance compartment.
Lay out the outdoor fiber or network cable.
Attach a yellow label to the fiber or network cable, and
write a number on the label according to the plan.

7 Install a DC power cable.


Connect a DC power cable to the DC power port in the
maintenance compartment.
Lay out the DC power cable.
Select ground points for the DC power cable, and install
ground clips.
Attach a matte white label to the DC power cable. DC GE(o)
NOTE
CAUTION
The GE1(e) port can be used to transmit/receive
Before installing a cable, bind the cable section that links 4 NOTE 4 6
electrical services, and the GE3(o) or COMBO port can
the cable connector to the pole. This will protect the cable
Install the device-side ground cable be used to transmit/receive optical services. In this
connector from damage. Ensure that the length of cable
before you climb up the tower. example, the GE3(o) port is used.
running from the binding point to the RTN 320 is sufficient
to attach the cable connector to a service port on the RTN
320.
Transmits/Receives one channel of GE (optical) service.
8 Waterproof ground clips and IF cable connectors. Connected to a power
5 supply device
7
Check the installation.
9
CAUTION
Do not remove or insert an IF cable connector from or to
the RTN 320 with power on. Otherwise, human injuries may
be caused.
13
Installing the RTN 320

4 Installation at an XPIC Site


Installation procedure Commissioning procedure

1 Follow the antenna installation guide to Power on the RTN 320.


10
install the antenna.
2 Install the OMT by following instructions in the OMT 11 Use a USB flash drive to load NE data.
installation guide.

3 Install the RTN 320 and ODU. 12 Optional: Use the Web LCT to configure NE data.
Apply lubricant around the exterior side of the RTN 320 feed.
Install the RTN 320 and ODU onto the OMT. 13 Align antennas.
1 - 3
NOTE
RTN 320
For the method of installing an XMC ODU, see the
RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide. ODU

4 Install PGND cables for the RTN 320 and ODU. OMT

5 Use an IF cable to connect the RTN 320 and ODU.


RTN 320
NOTE
For the method of making and laying out an IF cable, see
the RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.
ODU
6 Install an outdoor fiber or network cable.
Connect an outdoor fiber or network cable to a port in the
maintenance compartment.
Lay out the outdoor fiber or network cable.
Attach a yellow label to the fiber or network cable, and
write a number on the label according to the plan.

7 Install a DC power cable.


Connect a DC power cable to the DC power port in the
maintenance compartment.
Lay out the DC power cable. DC GE(o)
Select ground points for the DC power cable, and install NOTE
ground clips.
Attach a matte white label to the DC power cable. The GE1(e) port can be used to transmit/receive
NOTE electrical services, and the GE3(o) or COMBO port can
CAUTION
be used to transmit/receive optical services. In this
Before installing a cable, bind the cable section that links 4 Install the device-side ground cable 4 6
example, the GE3(o) port is used.
the cable connector to the pole. This will protect the cable before you climb up the tower.
connector from damage. Ensure that the length of cable
running from the binding point to the RTN 320 is sufficient Transmits/Receives one channel of GE (optical) service.
to attach the cable connector to a service port on the RTN
Connected to a power
320.
supply device
5 7
8 Waterproof ground clips and IF cable connectors.
CAUTION
9 Check the installation.
Do not remove or insert an IF cable connector from or to
the RTN 320 with power on. Otherwise, human injuries may
be caused.
14
Installing the RTN 320

5 Installation at a 1+1 XPIC Site (Optical Splitter)


Installation procedure Commissioning procedure

1 Follow the antenna installation guide to Power on the RTN 320.


14
install the antenna. 1
2 Install separate mounting brackets. Flexible 5 15 Use a USB flash drive to load NE data.
waveguide
3 Install hybrid couplers on the separate mounting brackets. 16 Optional: Use the Web LCT to configure NE data.

4 Install RTN 320s and ODUs onto the hybrid couplers.


17 Align antennas.
NOTE -
Separate mounting
2 4
brackets
For the method of installing an XMC ODU, see the
RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.
2 - 4
5 Use flexible waveguides to connect the hybrid couplers and
antenna and use clamps to secure the flexible waveguides.

6 Install PGND cables for the RTN 320s and ODUs.

RTN 320 RTN 320


7 Install a 1+1 cascade cable. (main) (standby)

8 Use IF cables to connect the RTN 320s and ODUs. ODU ODU
(main) (standby)
NOTE
For the method of making and laying out an IF cable, see
the RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.

9 Install outdoor optical fibers.

10 Install an optical splitter and cables. 6 DC COMBO GE(o)


6 DC COMBO GE(o) 6 6

11 Install a DC power cable.


NOTE
Connect a DC power cable to the DC power port in the 11 11
maintenance compartment. Install the device-side ground cable
Lay out the DC power cable. Connected to a Connected to a before you climb up the tower.
power supply 7 power supply 8 8
Select ground points for the DC power cable, and install device device
ground clips. 1+1 cascade cable IF cable IF cable
Attach a matte white label to the DC power cable.
CAUTION
Before installing a cable, bind the cable section that links
the cable connector to the pole. This will protect the cable CAUTION
connector from damage. Ensure that the length of cable Optical fiber 9 9 Optical fiber
running from the binding point to the RTN 320 is sufficient Do not remove or insert an IF cable connector from or to
to attach the cable connector to a service port on the RTN the RTN 320 with power on. Otherwise, human injuries may
320. be caused.
Optical splitter
12 Waterproof ground clips and IF cable connectors.
10

13 Check the installation. Connected to a GE optical service device


15
Installing the RTN 320

6 Installation at a 1+1 XPIC Site (LAG)


Installation procedure Commissioning procedure
1

1 Follow the antenna installation guide to Flexible 5


13 Power on the RTN 320.
install the antenna. waveguide
2 Install separate mounting brackets. 14 Use a USB flash drive to load NE data.

3 Install hybrid couplers on the separate mounting brackets. 15 Optional: Use the Web LCT to configure NE data.
Separate mounting
Install RTN 320s and ODUs onto the hybrid couplers. 2 - 4
4 brackets
16 Align antennas.
NOTE
2 - 4
For the method of installing an XMC ODU, see the
RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.

5 Use flexible waveguides to connect the hybrid couplers and


antenna and use clamps to secure the flexible waveguides.
RTN 320 RTN 320
6 Install PGND cables for the RTN 320s and ODUs. (main) (standby)

7 Install a 1+1 cascade cable. ODU ODU


(main) (standby)

8 Use IF cables to connect the RTN 320s and ODUs.

NOTE
For the method of making and laying out an IF cable, see
the RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.

6 6 6 6
9 Install GE cables. DC COMBO GE(o) DC COMBO GE(o)

10 Install a DC power cable. 10 10

Connect a DC power cable to the DC power port in the Connected to a Connected to a NOTE
maintenance compartment. power supply power supply
device 7 device Install the device-side ground cable
Lay out the DC power cable.
Select ground points for the DC power cable, and install 8 before you climb up the tower.
8 1+1 cascade
ground clips. cable
IF cable
Attach a matte white label to the DC power cable. IF cable
CAUTION CAUTION
Before installing a cable, bind the cable section that links GE cable 9 GE cable Do not remove or insert an IF cable connector from or to
the cable connector to the pole. This will protect the cable the RTN 320 with power on. Otherwise, human injuries may
connector from damage. Ensure that the length of cable RTN 900 be caused.
running from the binding point to the RTN 320 is sufficient
to attach the cable connector to a service port on the RTN
320.

11 Waterproof ground clips and IF cable connectors.

EG4P
12 Check the installation. Connected to board
the NMS

16
Installing the RTN 320

7 Installation at a 3+0/4+0 Site (Optical Splitter)


Installation procedure Commissioning procedure

1 Follow the antenna installation guide to Power on the RTN 320.


14
install the antenna. 1
2 Install separate mounting brackets. Flexible 5 15 Use a USB flash drive to load NE data.
waveguide
3 Install hybrid couplers on the separate mounting brackets. 16 Optional: Use the Web LCT to configure NE data.

4 Install RTN 320s and ODUs onto the hybrid couplers.


17 Align antennas.
NOTE 2 - 4
Separate mounting
brackets
For the method of installing an XMC ODU, see the
RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.
2 - 4
5 Use flexible waveguides to connect the hybrid couplers
and antenna and use clamps to secure the flexible
waveguides.
6 Install PGND cables for the RTN 320s and ODUs.

RTN 320 RTN 320


7 Install an EPLA cascade cable.

8 Use IF cables to connect the RTN 320s and ODUs. ODU ODU

NOTE
For the method of making and laying out an IF cable, see
the RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.

9 Install outdoor optical fibers.

10 Install an optical splitter and cables. 6 DC COMBO GE(o)


6 DC COMBO GE(o) 6 6

11 Install a DC power cable.


Connect a DC power cable to the DC power port in the NOTE
11 11
maintenance compartment.
Lay out the DC power cable. Connected to a Connected to a Install the device-side ground cable
Select ground points for the DC power cable, and install power supply 7 power supply 8 8 before you climb up the tower.
device device
ground clips. EPLA cascade cable IF cable IF cable
Attach a matte white label to the DC power cable.
CAUTION
Before installing a cable, bind the cable section that links
the cable connector to the pole. This will protect the cable
connector from damage. Ensure that the length of cable Optical fiber 9 9 Optical fiber CAUTION
running from the binding point to the RTN 320 is sufficient Do not remove or insert an IF cable connector from or to
to attach the cable connector to a service port on the RTN the RTN 320 with power on. Otherwise, human injuries may
320. be caused.
Optical splitter
12 Waterproof ground clips and IF cable connectors.
10

13 Check the installation. Connected to a GE optical service device


17
Installing the RTN 320

8 Installation at a 3+0/4+0 Site (Single NE-based Access)


Installation procedure Commissioning procedure

1 Follow the antenna installation guide to Power on the RTN 320.


13
install the antenna. 1
2 Install separate mounting brackets. Flexible 5 14 Use a USB flash drive to load NE data.
waveguide
3 Install hybrid couplers on the separate mounting brackets. 15 Optional: Use the Web LCT to configure NE data.

4 Install RTN 320s and ODUs onto the hybrid couplers.


16 Align antennas.
NOTE 2 - 4
Separate mounting
brackets
For the method of installing an XMC ODU, see the
RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.
2 - 4
5 Use flexible waveguides to connect the hybrid couplers and
antenna.

6 Install PGND cables for the RTN 320s and ODUs.

RTN 320 RTN 320


7 Install an EPLA cascade cable.

8 Use IF cables to connect the RTN 320s and ODUs. ODU ODU

NOTE
For the method of making and laying out an IF cable, see
the RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.

9 Install outdoor optical fibers.

Install a DC power cable. 6 DC COMBO GE(o)


6 DC COMBO GE(o) 6 6
10
Connect a DC power cable to the DC power port in the
maintenance compartment.
Lay out the DC power cable. NOTE
11 11
Select ground points for the DC power cable, and install
ground clips. Connected to a Connected to a Install the device-side ground cable
Attach a matte white label to the DC power cable. power supply 7 power supply 8 8 before you climb up the tower.
device device
CAUTION EPLA cascade cable IF cable IF cable
Before installing a cable, bind the cable section that links
the cable connector to the pole. This will protect the cable
connector from damage. Ensure that the length of cable
running from the binding point to the RTN 320 is sufficient
Optical fiber 9 CAUTION
to attach the cable connector to a service port on the RTN
320. Do not remove or insert an IF cable connector from or to
the RTN 320 with power on. Otherwise, human injuries may
11 Waterproof ground clips and IF cable connectors. NOTE Connected to a GE be caused.
optical service
The GE1(e) port can be used to transmit/receive device
12 Check the installation. electrical services, and the GE3(o) or COMBO port can
be used to transmit/receive optical services. In this
example, the GE3(o) port is used.

18
Installing the RTN 320

9 Installation at an Intra-NE 2x2 MIMO Site


Commissioning procedure
Installation procedure
1 Follow the antenna installation guide to install the antenna. Power on the RTN 320.
10

2 Optional: Change the polarization direction of the antenna and 11



Use a USB flash drive to load NE data.
hybrid coupler to horizontal if required. 1 3

3 Install the RTN 320/ODU 12 Optional: Use the Web LCT to configure NE data.
Apply lubricant around the exterior side of the feed.
Install the RTN 320/ODU on the antenna. Align antennas.
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4 Install the PGND cable of the RTN 320/ODU.

5 Use IF cables to connect the RTN 320 and ODU. 4

NOTE
For the method of making and laying out an IF cable, see the RTN
XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.

6 Install an outdoor fiber or network cable.


5
Connect an outdoor fiber or network cable to a port in the
maintenance compartment. IF cable
Lay out the outdoor fiber or network cable. 1 3
Attach a yellow label to the fiber or network cable, and write a
number on the label according to the plan.

7 Install a DC power cable.


Connect a DC power cable to the DC power port in the maintenance
compartment.
4
Lay out the DC power cable. DC GE(o)

Select ground points for the DC power cable, and install ground clips.
Attach a matte white label to the DC power cable.

CAUTION
Before installing a cable, bind the cable section that links the
cable connector to the pole. This will protect the cable connector 7
from damage. Ensure that the length of cable running from the
binding point to the RTN 320 is sufficient to attach the cable Connected to a
connector to a service port on the RTN 320. power supply Optical fiber
device NOTE
8 Waterproof ground clips and IF cable connectors. 6
The GE1(e) port can be used to
Transmits/Receive transmit/receive electrical services, and the
9 Check the installation. GE3(o) or COMBO port can be used to
s one channel of
GE (optical) service. transmit/receive optical services. In this
example, the GE3(o) port is used.

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Installing the RTN 320

10 Installation at a 4x4 MIMO Site


Installation procedure Commissioning procedure
1 to 3
1 Follow the antenna installation guide to install the antenna. Power on the RTN 320.
11

2 Install the OMT by following instructions in the OMT installation guide. 12 Use a USB flash drive to load NE data.
RTN 320 ODU
3 Install the RTN 320s and ODUs 13 Optional: Use the Web LCT to configure NE data.
Apply lubricant around the exterior side of the RTN 320 feed. OMT
Install the RTN 320 and ODU onto the OMT. 14 Align antennas.

NOTE
For the method of installing an XMC ODU, see the
RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.

4 Install PGND cables for the RTN 320s and ODUs.


1 to 3

5 Use IF cables to connect the RTN 320s and ODUs.

NOTE
Finished 1-meter 5D IF cables are required.
RTN 320 ODU

OMT
6 Install MIMO cascading cables.
NOTE
Ensure that port MIMO1 connects to port MIMO1, and
port MIMO2 connects to port MIMO2.
7 Install an outdoor fiber or network cable. RTN 320 RTN 320
Connect an outdoor fiber or network cable to a port in the
ODU ODU
maintenance compartment.
Lay out the outdoor fiber or network cable.
Attach a yellow label to the fiber or network cable, and write a
number on the label according to the plan.

8 Install a DC power cable.


Connect a DC power cable to the DC power port in the maintenance
4 4
compartment.
Lay out the DC power cable. 4 DC GE(o) MIMO
4 DC GE(o) MIMO

Select ground points for the DC power cable, and install ground clips.
Attach a matte white label to the DC power cable. 6
MIMO cascading cable Finished 1-meter 5D IF
CAUTION cable
Before installing a cable, bind the cable section that links the
cable connector to the pole. This will protect the cable connector Finished 1-meter 5D IF 7 7 NOTE
from damage. Ensure that the length of cable running from the cable Transmits/Receives Transmits/Receives one The GE1(e) port can be used to
binding point to the RTN 320 is sufficient to attach the cable one channel of GE channel of GE (optical)
(optical) service. service. transmit/receive electrical services,
connector to a service port on the RTN 320. 8 and the GE3(o) or COMBO port can
8
be used to transmit/receive optical
9 Waterproof ground clips and IF cable connectors. 5 Connected to a Connected to a power 5
power supply supply device services. In this example, the GE3(o)
device port is used.
10 Check the installation. 20
Installation Reference

Installing an RTN 320 (Direct Mounting)


1 Adjust the antenna polarization direction 2 Apply lubricant around the exterior side of the feed. Do not apply lubricant to the end face of
Change the polarization direction of a the feed.
Change the polarization direction of a single-polarized
antenna to horizontal. dual-polarized antenna.

NOTE
Refer to the antenna installation guide for information on
how to change the polarization direction.

V (default)

Dual-polarized antenna with a


vertically-polarized feed on the left
NOTE
Before installing the RTN 320, remove the protective cover and film on
the antenna port. Otherwise, signal transmission will be affected.
Points to H mark

3.2 Install the RTN 320 onto the hybrid coupler or OMT.

a Install the hybrid coupler or OMT onto the antenna. Apply lubricant to the O-ring . Do not apply lubricant to
the end face of the port.
Dual-polarized antenna with a
3.1 Install the RTN 320 on the antenna. horizontally-polarized feed on the left

a Install the guide pin. b Install the RTN 320 on the antenna.

b Install the RTN 320 and ODU onto the hybrid ODU
coupler or OMT.

Vertical
CAUTION
After finishing the installation, hold
the RTN 320's handles with your RTN 320
hands and turn it to check whether
it is installed securely.

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Installation Reference

Installing an RTN 320 (Separate Mounting)


1 Install a split-mount installation bracket assembly to a pole. 2 Install the RTN 320 on the split-mount installation bracket assembly.

a Install the RTN 320 on a conversion bracket and tighten the four captive screws in a diagonal sequence.
a Install the main bracket.
b Mount the conversion bracket to the main bracket . When you hear a click, the conversion bracket is mounted
correctly.

Apply rust inhibitor to


the long bolt.

Check whether the


elastomer is fixed.

b Mount the auxiliary bracket between the double-headed


nuts of the main bracket . When you hear a click, the
The arrows must face up
auxiliary bracket is mounted correctly.

To remove the conversion bracket,


loosen the elastomer on the main
bracket and remove the conversion
The arrows must face up. bracket from the main bracket.


c Tighten the two double-headed nuts with an adjustable
wrench until the main and auxiliary brackets are securely
fixed to the pole.
CAUTION
After finishing the installation, hold the RTN 320's
handles with your hands and turn it to check whether
it is installed securely.

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Installation Reference

Installing an RTN 320 (Separate Mounting)


3 Install a flexible waveguide. 4 Waterproof a flexible waveguide.
a Wrap one layer of PVC tape around the exposed part of a flexible waveguide or group clip.

b Wrap three layers of waterproof tape outside the PVC tape.


CAUTION
Ensure that a flexible waveguide has the same polarization direction c Wrap three layers of PVC tape outside the waterproof tape.
as the waveguide cavity of the RTN 320/hybrid coupler/the antenna.
Use a fixing set to secure the flexible waveguide. d Secure the tape by using outdoor binding straps at the positions 1 cm to the
Multiple models of flexible waveguides are available. The wrapping edges.
installation method described in this document is for your reference
only. Install a flexible waveguide by following the installation
procedure in the delivered installation guide.
Ensure that the actual twist degree of a flexible waveguide is less
PVC tape
than or equal to the maximum twist degree, and the actual bending
radius of plane E or H is greater than or equal to the minimum Outdoor
bending radius. binding
strap

Waterproof tape
Frequency Minimum Bending Minimum Bending Maximum
Band Radius of Plane H Radius of Plane E Twist Degree
For details on how to use the
26 GHz/28 76 mm 38 mm 510 waterproof tape, see the use
GHz/32 GHz instructions provided by the tape
vendor.
5 Install a flexible waveguide fixing set.

a Components of a flexible waveguide fixing set b Install the flexible waveguide fixing set on a pole.

Use the hose clamp to install the flexible waveguide fixing set on a pole and adjust the
Flexible Flexible
Hose clamp length of the strut based on the installation position of the flexible waveguide.
waveguide sheath waveguide clamp

Flexible Flexible
Strut waveguide sheath waveguide clamp

Fixing component Adjustment nuts


Hose clamp

Strut
Fixing component

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Installation Reference

Installing an RTN 320 (Separate Mounting) Installing the PGND cable of the RTN 320.

c Secure the flexible waveguide. PGND cable with a U-shaped clip

1. To secure a flexible waveguide, install an 18G-42G flexible waveguide sheath onto the flexible waveguide, and then
install a 15G flexible waveguide sheath outside the 18G-42G flexible waveguide sheath.

G
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G-
18

18G-38G
15G
Connect the OT terminal of the
PGND cable to the ground screw of
the RTN 320.
PGND cable
2. Secure the flexible waveguide using the fixing set. Remove the antirust paint and oxide layer at the
ground point. After the connection is complete,
waterproof and rustproof the ground point.

Install the base of a ground clip.


Tighten the screws.
Scratch off the antirust paint and other coatings at the
Tighten the flexible ground point on the ground bar. After connecting the
waveguide clamp. ground cable to the ground point, treat the ground point
(Optional) PGND cable with dual OT terminals with antirust and waterproof materials.

NOTE
NOTE Install the device-side ground cable before you climb up
When installing a 0.9 m flexible waveguide, attach a flexible waveguide fixing set to the middle of the flexible the tower.
waveguide.
When installing a 1.2 m or 1.8 m flexible waveguide, attach two flexible waveguide fixing sets to the flexible
waveguide so that the flexible waveguide is evenly divided into three sections by the fixing sets.

d Tighten screws and adjustment nuts.


Ensure that the OT terminal is correctly
installed.

PGND cable

Flat-head screwdriver
Hex key Connected to
a ground bar

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Installation Reference

Installing an IF Cable Opening the Maintenance Compartment

1 Loose the screw of the maintenance compartment.

CAUTION
Do not remove or insert an IF cable connector from 90
or to the RTN 320 with power on. Otherwise, human
injuries may be caused.
Do not power on the RTN 320 until IF cables are
properly connected.

CAUTION
NOTE Rotate the screw with a torque less than 1 N.m.
For the method of making and laying out an IF cable,
see the RTN XMC ODU Quick Installation Guide.

IF1

2 Lift the cover of the maintenance compartment.

Connected to an XMC
ODU

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Installing a DC Power Cable and an Outdoor Network Cable

1 Remove the rubber cable trough and waterproof block of the PWR cable hole. 2 Loosen the screw on the desired cable clip at
the second layer and remove the cable clip.

Waterproof
block

PWR cable
hole
Rubber cable trough

3 Connect the DC power connector to the DC power port.

Connect the RJ45 connector of the outdoor network CAUTION


4
cable to the GE1(e) port. The shield layers of all DC power cables and outdoor network cables must be grounded using
wire clips. Otherwise, the cables may be damaged by lightning strikes.
5 Install a wire clip over the shield layers of the
DC power cable and outdoor network cable. The exposed shield layer is so long that it
Screw the wire clip and ensure that the wire clip is
completely pressed against the shield layer with no contact extends to the waterproof cable trough.
6 Reinstall the first layer of waterproof cable of the sheath.
The shield layer is not
trough securely. fastened using a wire clip.
The shield layer is The cable is not routed
not exposed. through the waterproof
Wire clip cable hole.

Shield layer

Rubber cable trough

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Installing an Outdoor Fiber or Cascade Fiber Closing the Maintenance Compartment

1 Loosen the screw on the desired cable clip at 1 Lower the cover of the maintenance
the first layer and remove the cable clip. compartment.
2 Remove the waterproof block in the cable hole of the GE3(o), COMBO, MIMO1, or MIMO2 port.

GE3(o)
waterproof block
GE3(o) COMBO
MIMO1 MIMO2
cable hole cable hole
cable hole cable hole
3 Install an SFP optical module in the GE3(o), 4 Hoist the outdoor fiber to the installation 2 Check whether cable holes and waterproof blocks meet requirements.
COMBO, MIMO1, or MIMO2 port. position.
The port provides the mis-insertion prevention Connect the connector labeled "To: RRU" on
function. If you cannot insert the SFP optical CAUTION
module properly, turn it and insert it again. the outdoor fiber to the GE3(o), COMBO,
MIMO1, or MIMO2 port of the RTN 320. Ensure that the waterproof
cable trough is properly
installed. Otherwise, it does
not take effect.
Ensure that unused cable holes are
plugged with waterproof blocks.

Ensure that each cable fits into and is


in good contact with the corresponding
NOTE waterproof cable trough.
Insert the SFP optical module into the GE3(o),
COMBO, MIMO1, or MIMO2 port until you hear a click.
Then, slightly pull the puller on the SFP optical module
to check whether it is inserted securely. 3 Rotate the screw to the locked position.
5 Connect the fiber connector to the GE3(o),
COMBO, MIMO1, or MIMO2 port.

NOTE
90
Insert the fiber connector into the SFP optical module
until you hear a click.
Then, slightly pull the fiber connector to check whether
the connector and SFP optical module are inserted
securely.

6 Screw the wire clip so that it is tightly pressed CAUTION


against the sheath of the outdoor fiber. Ensure
that the fiber fits into and is in good contact with Rotate the screw with a torque less than 1 N.m.
the waterproof cable trough.

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Installation Reference

Installing a ground clip

Select ground points for the DC cable and the outdoor network cable.
Use a box cutter to strip off a section of the cable sheath. Take care
Ground the DC cable and the outdoor network cable at the following positions:
not to damage the shield layer.
1. About 1 m before the cable leaves the tower and runs toward the outdoor cable tray
2. About 0.5 m to 1 m (1.64 feet to 3.28 feet) before the cable is routed into the
equipment room or outdoor cabinet
3. About 1 m before the cable leaves the roof cable ladder
Installation environment Installation environment on
on a tower the top of a building

RTN 320 Install and waterproof the ground clip. (See the appendix for the
3 waterproofing method.)

RTN 320

CUATION
Ensure that the angle between a PGND cable and a power cable is 15 degrees or less. If the power
cable is routed vertically, route the PGND cable from the top downwards.
1 2
2

Selecting a ground point for an IF cable


If an IF cable is longer than 30 m, it must be grounded.

Two types of terminals (ground bar terminal and U-shaped terminal) are available for a ground clip.
Select a terminal as required.
If a ground clip is installed on a thin cable, secure the ground clip by using the binding wire delivered
with the ground clip.
For details about how to install ground clips, see the use instructions delivered with the ground clips.

0.5 m to 1 m away from the IF port on the


RTN 320

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Installation Reference
Installing the Outdoor Optical Splitter
2
1 Loosen the reinforce screws. 22 Open the case cover. 2 Optional: wall-mounting
4 mm hex key Cable distribution area 3.1 Use a scribe template to determine the positions of mounting holes.

Level Scribe pen

Fiber routing
clips

Fiber fixing
holes Scribe
template
Mounting
hole

Hole blocks

a Install expansion bolts. b Tighten the screws and fix the case.
Chisel drilling positions. Drill holes.
Flat washer

Expansion bolt
8 drill
Nut
bit

Install expansion bolts. Remove the nut.

Nut

Flat washer
Expansion
tube
Expansion
bolt

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Installation Reference
Installing the Outdoor Optical Splitter

4 Optional: pole-mounting

1 Install the pole assembly on the pole. 2 Fix the case on the pole assembly and tighten the lower hold hoop.
Loosen the screw on the hold hoop. Install the pole assembly on the pole. Complete installation of the pole
assembly.
Tighten the Fix the upper end of the case and then the lower end.
hold hoop.
Hold hoop

Assembly

Tighten the
screw on the
hold hoop.

Partially
tighten the
hold hoop. Tighten the
hold hoop.

5 Route in and fix cables.

Determine the holes through which fibers are routed in and remove the hole Fix hose clamps on outdoor fibers.
blocks.

Hose clamp
Hooks to fix
hose clamps

Outdoor fiber trough


Hole blocks

Connected to the fiber outlet Connected to the fiber


on the main RTN 320. outlet on the standby Connected to the fiber outlet
RTN 320. on the customer equipment.

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Installation Reference
Installing the Outdoor Optical Splitter

5 Route in and fix fibers.

Remove dustproof caps and insert fiber connectors into appropriate adapters
according to labels.
Guide the lead nylon of outdoor fibers through fiber
fixing holes, fix the lead nylon and cut off redundant part. Port in Fiber Interconne Description
Distribution cted GE
Area Port

101 Main RTN Connected to GE receive port on the main RTN 320
320
201 Connected to GE transmit port on the main RTN 320

102 Standby Connected to GE receive port on the standby RTN 320


RTN 320
202 Connected to GE transmit port on the standby RTN 320

IN2 Customer Connected to GE receive port on the customer equipment


equipment
IN1 Connected to GE transmit port on the customer equipment
Use hose clamps to fix outdoor fibers on the
appropriate hooks.
Schematic diagram of coding ports and
fibers in fiber distribution area

Main RTN 320

Standby RTN 320

Customer
equipment

Wrap outdoor fibers with three layers of waterproof tapes and ensure that the tapes
just fit the cable trough and the case is reliably sealed and waterproofed.

Fix the fiber metal jacket in the fiber routing clips.

Three layers of 6 Close the case cover.


waterproof
tapes
4 mm hex key
Sealing
positions

When wrapping outdoor fibers, do not pull waterproof tapes.

31 Reliably tighten the reinforce screws to ensure waterproof effects.


Installation Reference
Laying out Cables

Requirements for laying out cables outdoors


General requirements
Route cables along the planned path, use outdoor cable ties to bind cables properly and neatly at intervals of about 1 meter, and cut
1. Bend radius off the excess of each cable tie without leaving sharp edges (ensuring a slack of about 5 mm).
For power and PGND cables, ensure a bend radius of at least three times the cable diameter. Drip loops must be made for outdoor cables below ports or near feeder windows and ensure a bend radius equal to or greater than
2. Cable binding the required minimum bend radius.
After you form a drip loop in a cable, coil the cable into a roll with the diameter greater than 0.6 meters and bind the roll to the tower or
Bind different cables separately. Maintain an interval of at least 30 mm between cable bindings.
pole for future use.
Bind cables securely and neatly, without damaging the cable jackets.
Ensure that cable ties face the same direction and are aligned in rows horizontally.
Cut off the excess of each indoor cable tie but leave a slack of about 5 mm for each outdoor cable tie. Ensure that all cut
surfaces do not have sharp edges.
After installing cables, attach labels or tags to the two ends of each cable.
3. Safety
Lay out cables away from sharp objects or jagged walls, or protect cables using conduit.
Lay out cables away from heat sources, or add heat-insulation materials between cables and heat sources.
At turns or near equipment, allow sufficient slack in the cables and coil them (with a diameter of about 0.6 meters) for
future use.
4. Indoor cable routing
Route cables into equipment rooms through feeder windows.
Seek help indoors when routing cables into equipment rooms.
Waterproof feeder windows.

Indoor Outdoor cable


Drip loop

Drip loop
Requirements for laying out PGND cables

Connect PGND cables of devices at the same site to the same ground bar.
Do not route PGND cables overhead in outdoor scenarios.
Bind PGND cables separately from outdoor network cables and leave an appropriate distance between the bundles.
Do not add switches or fuses on PGND cables.

Installing sign plate labels

1. Outdoor cable tie


2. Sign plate label
3. Cable

Attach a sign plate label to each cable end. To do so, pass Tighten the cable ties to fix the label on the cable. Then,
cable ties through the holes in the label and attach the label cut off the excess of each cable tie, leaving a slack of
to one end of the cable, about 100 mm to 200 mm away about 5 mm and no sharp edges.
from the connector.

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Installation Reference Checking the Installation

Waterproofing the IF Ports and Ground Cables of IF Cables and Outdoor Network Cables No. Check Item
1 Verify that RTN 320s are installed in planned locations, and sufficient space is reserved for
1. Wrap one layer of PVC tape around the exposed part of a flexible waveguide or group clip. maintenance.
2. Wrap three layers of waterproof insulation tape outside the PVC tape.
3. Wrap three layers of PVC tape outside the waterproof insulation tape. 2 Verify that RTN 320s are securely installed by turning them gently (in both the horizontal and
4. Bind outdoor binding straps at the positions 1 cm to the wrapping edges. vertical directions).
3 Verify that all outdoor connectors connected to IF ports and ground clips are waterproofed.
NOTE
All outdoor connectors must be waterproofed. An IF port is used as an example. 4 Verify that OT terminals of PGND cables are tightly crimped and PGND cables are not damaged or
broken.
5 Verify that PGND cables are bound separately from other cables.
6 Verify that shielded RJ45 connectors of outdoor network cables are intact and securely connected
and the cables are not damaged or broken.
7 Verify that unused ports are protected with caps, and removed caps are retained for future use.
Waterproof
insulation tape 8 Verify that outdoor network cables are routed along planned paths and bound properly and neatly
at equal intervals (about 1 meter), and the excess of each cable tie is cut off without leaving sharp
edges.
9 Verify that unused waterproof cable holes are plugged with waterproof blocks.

10 Verify that the shield layers of all DC power cables and outdoor network cables are grounded using
wire clips in the maintenance compartment.

11 Ensure that the maintenance compartment and USB port compartment are tightly closed.

12 Verify that all devices are intact and do not have any paint defects or damage. If a device has a
PVC tape paint defect or damage, clean it and then re-paint it.
1 2

3 4

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Appendix

Powering On the RTN 320 Supplied with DC Power Loading NE Data by Using a USB Flash Drive

CAUTION
Before powering on the RTN 320, ensure that the DC power cable has been installed.
You are familiar with the safety precautions for DC power supply.
Power on the equipment within 24 hours of unpacking.
During maintenance, the power-off time of the equipment must not be longer than 24 hours.
Do not connect the RTN 320 to an AC power supply device. Otherwise, the RTN 320 may be
damaged.
Do not connect the RTN 320 to a DC power supply device providing power beyond the range
of 38.4 V to 57.6 V. Otherwise, the RTN 320 may be damaged.
If the PI is used to output DC power, the DIP switching for setting the power output mode
should be set correctly so that the DC OUT mode is selected. After setting the DIP switch,
switch off the power supply. After waiting for 6 seconds, switch on the power supply again.

USB port
Power on the RTN 320. compartment
If the PI is used to output DC power, POWER and DC OUT
indicators are on (green) in normal conditions. For a description
of indicator states, see the PI installation guide.
Wi-Fi
USB
flash USB port status
drive indicator

PWR
1 Open the USB port compartment.
POWER

2 Remove the Wi-Fi module, which was inserted into the USB port
DC OUT before the RTN 320 was delivered.

3 Insert the USB flash drive containing configuration


data for site deployment into the USB port.

4 Check the USB port status indicator.


After data is loaded from the USB flash drive to the RTN 320, the
USB port status indicator should be steady green.
System indicator 5 Close the USB port compartment. Ensure that the
fall-prevention strip is not pinched by the USB port
compartment cover.

Close the USB port


compartment.

NOTE
In normal cases, the system indicator should be on.
For the status description of the system indicator, see
the Product Description.

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Appendix
Loading NE Data by Using the Web LCT

NOTE
The RTN 320 can connect to the Web LCT through its NMS/GE2(e) port using
a network cable or communicate with the Web LCT through its Wi-Fi module.
RTN 320 provides two NMS ports. One is the NMS/GE2(e) port, and
the other is the NMS port that is on a side of the maintenance compartment.
The two ports have the same pin assignments and functions. The NMS/GE2(e)
port is preferred for easy cable routing.

Maintenance
compartment

USB port
NMS/GE2(e) port compartment

Connect the Web LCT to


this port preferentially. Wi-Fi
module

NMS port

1 Open the maintenance compartment.


A Wi-Fi module was inserted into the USB port before the RTN 320 was delivered.
2 Connect a laptop running the Web LCT to the GE2 or NMS port of the RTN 320 using a network cable.
1 Use the Wi-Fi Connection tool delivered with the Web LCT to set up a Wi-Fi
3 Use the Web LCT to configure NE data. For details, see the Commissioning and Configuration Guide. connection between the Web LCT and OAUT 2A. For details, see "Connecting the
Web LCT to the Equipment" in the Commissioning and Configuration Guide.
4 Close the maintenance compartment.
2 Use the Web LCT to configure NE data. For details, see the Commissioning and
Configuration Guide.

CAUTION
Prevent moisture from entering the NMS port during commissioning.
After NE data is loaded, remove the network cable and close the maintenance
compartment.

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