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Non-RF Connections

RBS 6110, RBS 6120

Description

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Contents

Contents

1 Introduction 1
1.1 Documentation 1
1.2 Product Overview 1

2 Power Cables 6
2.1 DC Power Supply 6
2.2 AC Power Supply 7
2.3 Internal Batteries 11
2.4 2U Battery 15
2.5 External Batteries 15
2.6 Fans 16
2.7 Heat Exchanger Fans 18
2.8 Heat Exchanger Heaters 19
2.9 SCU and SXU in Cabinet with DAC 20
2.10 SCU and SXU in Cabinet with TS 21
2.11 DU, Baseband, Baseband R, and RU 22
2.12 SPD 25
2.13 Priority Order, PDU – Baseband, DU, RU, TCU 28
2.14 PDU 01 01, PDU 01 04, PDU 01 05 and PDU 03 01 ECM
Modules – Baseband, Baseband R, DU, RU, TCU 29
2.15 TCU 31
2.16 Power Supply for Radio 32
2.17 Power 6302 33

3 Signaling Cables 34
3.1 SHU – SCU/SXU/BFU/PSU/PDU 34
3.2 SHU – PDU 03 01 40
3.3 SHU – DU or Baseband 41
3.4 SCU – SAU – OVP, SXU – OVP 43
3.5 SCU – PFU 44
3.6 Radio – OVP 45
3.7 Multiple Digital Units for LTE 46
3.8 Power 6302 52

4 Transmission Cables 53

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4.1 TCU 53
4.2 DU – OVP 53

5 Other Cables 55
5.1 SXU – Temperature Sensor 55
5.2 SXU – Smoke Detector 55
5.3 BFU – Internal Battery Temperature Sensor 56
5.4 BFU – External Battery Temperature Sensor 57
5.5 BFU – 2U Battery Temperature Sensor 58
5.6 EMU – SHU 59
5.7 SCU – SPM 60
5.8 SCU – Door Switch 61
5.9 SXU – LED Service Light 61
5.10 Synchronization Cabling 62

6 Multistandard Configuration Cabling 64


6.1 DU Synchronization in Single Mode 64
6.2 DU Synchronization in Mixed Mode 64
6.3 DU Synchronization Using GPS Out Splitter 65

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Introduction

1 Introduction

This document describes the Non-Radio Frequency (Non-RF) internal cabling


in the 6120 cabinet and is for use for planning and by on-site Operation and
Maintenance (O&M) personnel.

All units described in the document may not be applicable to all configurations
of the cabinet.

The colors of the cables in the illustrations are used for visual separation, they
do not indicate function. See example in Figure 1.

Color

Figure 1 Colors in illustrations do not indicate function, as shown.

1.1 Documentation
The following documents are related to cabling and configuration:

• The antenna and Radio Frequency (RF) cabling is described in Antenna


and RF Connections.

• The hardware configurations focusing on RF capabilities and positions


and interconnection of units are described in RBS Configurations.

1.2 Product Overview


Internal cabling is divided into the following groups:

• Power cabling is described in Section 2 on page 6.

• Signaling cabling is described in Section 3 on page 34.

• Transmission Cabling is described in Section 4 on page 53.

• Other cables are described in Section 5 on page 55.

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• Multistandard configuration cabling is described in Section 6 on page 64.

1.2.1 Cabinet Overview


For an overview of the cabinet, refer to RBS Description.

1.2.2 Strapping Points


This section describes the recommended routing and strapping points for the
cables in the cabinet.

Figure 2 shows the routing and strapping points for cabling from the power
shelf to the Radio Units (RUs), the Digital Units (DUs), and the fans.

Note: All cables going to the 2nd radio subrack are to be routed on the right
side of the 1st radio subrack.

Figure 3 shows the routing and strapping points for cabling from the power
shelf to the control units, for example, the Support Control Unit (SCU), and the
Support eXtension Unit (SXU).

Figure 4 shows the routing and strapping points for AC and DC cabling to
units on the bottom plate, for example, the AC input terminal, the Power
Connection Filter (PCF) and the Surge Protection Device (SPD).

Figure 5 shows the routing and strapping points for site cables from the DUs
or Baseband units and the TCUs or Baseband Ts (ET, TN, LMT, GPS).

Note: It is important that the site cables from the DUs or Baseband units
and the TCUs or Baseband Ts are routed on the right side of the
cabinet as it has impact on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
performance.

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Ge4830A

Figure 2 Strapping Points from the Power Shelf to the RUs, the DUs or
Baseband units, and the fans.

Ge4834A

Figure 3 Strapping Points for Cabling from the Power Shelf to the Control
Units.

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Ge4831A

Figure 4 Strapping Points for AC and DC Cabling from the Bottom Plate to
the Power Shelf and the CB (circuit breaker) Distribution.

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Ge5215A

Figure 5 Strapping Points for Site Cables (ET, TN, LMT, GPS) from the DUs
or Baseband units and the TCUs or Baseband Ts.

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2 Power Cables

This section describes the internal power cables in the cabinet.

For more information on where the units are positioned in the cabinet , refer to
RBS Description.

Figure 6 shows the possible power connection variants.

Digital and Radio Units

AC PDU
PSU AC

Int. Bat.
BFU
Backup
Ext. Bat. Backup
Ext. Bat.
Backup PCF
-48 V DC
PCU DC
-48 V DC

Ge0415B

Figure 6 Power Connection Variants

Table 1 Power Connection Variants


Mains Installatio System Battery Internal System
Supply n Voltage Backup Interface Voltage
Interface Interface Interface
AC PSU AC PCU AC (AC Internal BFU BFU
interface)
-48 V PCF PCU DC External PCF BFU
DC

2.1 DC Power Supply


This section describes connections applicable in DC powered configurations
only.

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2.1.1 PCF – PCU DC


Figure 7 shows and Table 2 describes the power cabling from the PCF to the
PCU DC.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

PCU DC PCU DC

1 2 1 2

PCF
Ge4811A

Figure 7 Power Cabling from PCF to PCU DC

Table 2 Power Cabling from PCF to PCU DC

Pos. Connections Qty. Product No. Product No.


(For RBS 6110) (For RBS 6120)
1 PCF – PCU DC: PWR 2 RPM 777 401/01700 RPM 777 401/02200

2.2 AC Power Supply


This section describes connections applicable in AC powered configurations
only.

2.2.1 AC Interface – SPD


Figure 8 shows and Table 3 describes the power cabling from the AC interface
(including the CB distribution/main switch and the AC input terminal) to the
SPD.

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For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

1 3

L1 L2 L3 N PE L1 L2 L3 N PE
PE

AC Interface SPD 2

Bottom Plate

Ge4809B

Figure 8 Power Cabling from the AC Interface to the SPD

Table 3 Power Cabling from the AC Interface to the SPD

Pos. Connections Qty. Product No. Product No.


For RBS 6110 For RBS 6120
1 AC interface: L1, L2,L3, N, PE – 8 RPM 777 412/01300 RPM 777 412/01800
SPD: L1, L2,L, N
2 SPD: PE – Bottom Plate: Earthing 1 RPM 777 336/00200
bolt
3 PCU AC- Main switch 1 RPM 777 416/01300 RPM 777 416/01800
Included in BMG 907
092/1

2.2.2 CB – PSU AC
Figure 9 shows and Table 4 describes the power cabling from the CB to the
PSU AC.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

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Earthing block 1

CB

PSU AC
Ge4810A

Figure 9 Power Cabling from CB to PSU AC

6 5 4 3 2 1

CB CB CB CB CB CB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
PSU PSU PSU PSU PSU PSU PSU
7

CB
Ge6158A

Figure 10 Power Cabling from CB to PSU AC with one Power Shelf

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6 5 4 3 2 1
1 3 4 5
CB CB CB CB CB CB PSU PSU PSU PSU

CB 2 6 7
PSU PSU PSU Ge6159a

Figure 11 Power Cabling from CB to PSU AC with two Power Shelves

Table 4 Power Cabling from CB to PSU AC


Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 CB – PSU AC: PWR 1 RPM 777 403/00630

2.2.3 PCU – PCU

Note: Not applicable if the RBS has Busbar connection from PCF to
subracks.

Figure 12 shows and page 11 describes the power cabling from a PCU DC
to another PCU DC.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

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PCU

1
PCU

Ge4811A

Figure 12 Power Cabling from a PCU DC to another PCU DC

Table 5 Power Cabling from a PCU DC to another PCU DC


Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 PCU: PWR – PCU: PWR 1 RPM 777 343/00500

2.3 Internal Batteries

2.3.1 One Battery String to One or Two BFUs


For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

See Section 5.3 on page 56 for more information on the temperature sensor
cabling for internal batteries.

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BFU BFU
2

1 1

Battery string

Ge9894A

Figure 13 Connecting One Battery String to One or Two BFUs

Table 6 Internal Battery Cabling

Pos. Connections Product No. Product No.


For RBS 6110 For RBS 6120
1 BFU – Battery string (Battery RPM 777 346/01250 RPM 777 346/01750
cable)
2 BFU – Battery string (Temperature RPM 777 161/01000 RPM 777 161/01500
sensor cable)

2.3.2 Two Battery Strings to One BFU


RBS 6120 can be equipped with two battery strings.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

See Section 5.3 on page 56 for more information on the temperature sensor
cabling for internal batteries.

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BFU

Battery string

Battery string 3

Ge9816A

Figure 14 Connecting Two Battery Strings to One BFU

Table 7 Internal Battery Cabling


Pos. Connections Product No.
For RBS 6120
1 BFU – Battery string (Battery RPM 777 346/01750
cable)
2 BFU – Battery string (Temperature RPM 777 161 /01500
sensor cable)
3 Battery string – Battery string NTM 201 3969/1
(Battery extension kit)

2.3.3 Two Battery Strings to Two BFUs


RBS 6120 can be equipped with two battery strings.

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For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

See Section 5.3 on page 56 for more information on the temperature sensor
cabling for internal batteries.

BFU BFU

Battery string

Battery string 5

Ge9895C

Figure 15 Connecting Two Battery Strings to Two BFUs

Table 8 Internal Battery Cabling


Pos. Connections Product No.
For RBS 6120
1 BFU – Lower battery string RPM 777 346/01750
(Battery cable)
2 BFU – Lower battery string RPM 777 161 /01500
(Temperature sensor cable)
3 BFU – Upper battery string RPM 777 346/01250
(Battery cable)
4 BFU – Upper battery string RPM 777 161 /01000
(Temperature sensor cable)

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Pos. Connections Product No.


For RBS 6120
5 Battery string – Battery string NTM 201 3969/1
(Battery extension kit)

2.4 2U Battery
Figure 16 shows and Table 9 describes the power cables between the BFU
and a 2U battery.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

BFU

2U Battery

Ge8875A

Figure 16 BFU to 2U Battery Power Connection

Table 9 BFU to 2U Battery Cabling

Pos. Connections Qty. Product No. for 6110 Product No. for 6120
1 BFU: Power – 2U Battery 1 RPM 777 343/01200 RPM 777 343/01700

2.5 External Batteries


Preparation of the power cabling for external batteries, is described in Figure
17 and Table 10.

See Section 5.3 on page 56 for more information on preparation of


temperature sensor cabling for external batteries.

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For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

BFU BFU

1 2 1 2

PCF
Ge6161A

Figure 17 External Battery Cabling (Power)

Table 10 External Battery Cabling (Power)

Pos. Connections Qty. Product No. Product No.


(For RBS 6110) (For RBS 6120)
1 BFU: PWR – PCF 2 RPM 777 401/01700 RPM 777 401/02200

2.6 Fans
Figure 18 and Figure 19shows and Table 11 describes the power cabling for
the fans.

Note: Do not connect SCU to port 2 (hold up port) on the PDU. It may lead
to overloaded e-fuse with overheated DU, Baseband units and RU as
a result.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

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2 FANS

3 SCU

1 3

SXU

6 8

Ge4812A

Figure 18 Power Cabling for Fans in the Large DAC

2 FANS

4
SCU

SXU

Ge8958A

Figure 19 Power Cabling for Fans in the Small DAC

Table 11 Power Cabling for Fans


Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 Internal fan cable 4 Included with fans
2 Fan – Adapter, Internal fans 4 RPM 777 407/00550

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Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.


3 SCU:1 – Adapter, Internal fans 4 RPM 777 408/00550
SCU:3 – Adapter, Internal fans
SXU:6: – Adapter, Internal fans
SXU:8: – Adapter, Internal fans
4 SCU:1 – Adapter, Internal fans 2 RPM 777 408/00550
SXU:6: – Adapter, Internal fans

2.7 Heat Exchanger Fans


Figure 20 shows and Table 12 describes the power cabling for the
thermosiphon (TS) fans.
Heater

Heater

SCU1 SCU6

SCU2 SCU7
SCU3 SCU8
SCU4 SCU9

1 1 2 1 2 SCU 0501
IN OUT

SXU SAU SDU

-48V 1 2 3 4 5 Ethernet ECB

3 4 3 4 SXU 05 01
IN OUT

SXU SD
1 2 3

-48V 6 7 8 9 10 1-4 ALARMS 5-8

Ge8876A

Figure 20 Control and Power to TS Fans

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Table 12 Power Cabling from SCU and SXU to the Thermosiphon Fans
Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 Fan Cable - TS connection field 8 RPM 777 408/00550

2.8 Heat Exchanger Heaters


Figure 21 shows and Table 13 describes the cabling for the thermosiphon
heaters. Depending on configuration, the power can be connected either from
PDU 01 04 or PDU 03 01.
Heater

Heater

3
PDU 01 04

1 2 1 2 SCU 0501
IN OUT

SXU SAU SDU


5

-48V 1 2 3 4 5 Ethernet ECB


4
3

3 4 3 4 SXU 05 01
IN OUT
2
EC

SXU SD
1 2 3
1

-48V 6 7 8 9 10 1-4 ALARMS 5-8

EC 20 A 20 A 20 A 20 A

PDU 03 01 ECM 03 02
Ge8877B

Figure 21 Control and Power to TS Heater

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Table 13 Power Cabling from PDU and SXU to the Thermosiphon Heaters
Pos. Connections Product No.
1 PDU 01 04: CB 3 – TS: Heater 1 RPM 777 193/00450
or PDU 01 04: CB 4 – TS: Heater
2
2 ECM 03 02: 20 A – TS: Heater 1 RPM 777 193/00600
or ECM 03 02: 20 A – TS: Heater
2
3 SCU/SXU – TS Heaters RPM 777 440/00550

2.9 SCU and SXU in Cabinet with DAC


Figure 22 shows and Table 14 describes the power cabling from the PDUs to
the SCU and SXU. The cable lengths depend on configuration.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

PDU 01 01 SCU

PWR

1
SXU
CB4
CB3

PWR

SCU
2
PWR

PDU 03 01 ECM 03 02

EC 20 A 20 A 20 A 20 A SXU

PWR

Ge4814B

Figure 22 Power from PDU 01 01 in 4U Subrack, or PDU 03 01 and ECM 03


02 in 1U subrack, to SCU/SXU in cabinet with DAC

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Table 14 Power Cabling from PDU to SCU and SXU


Pos. Source Board Source Port Destination Destination Port Product No.
Board
1 PDU 01 01(1) CB 3 SCU PWR RPM 777 193/00600(2)
or
CB 4 SXU PWR
RPM 777 193/00800(3)
2 PDU 03 01 20 A SCU PWR RPM 777 193/00800
ECM 03 02 20 A SXU PWR
(1) Starting with the 1st PDU 01 01 from the left.
(2) PDU located on 1st power shelf
(3) PDU located on 2nd power shelf

2.10 SCU and SXU in Cabinet with TS


Figure 23 shows and Table 15 describes the power cabling from the PDUs to
the SCU and SXU. The cable lengths depend on configuration.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

SCU
PDU 01 04
PWR

SXU
1
PWR
CB2
CB1

SCU
2
PWR

PDU 03 01 ECM 03 02

EC 20 A 20 A 20 A 20 A SXU

PWR

Ge9809A

Figure 23 Power from PDU 01 04 in 4U Subrack, or PDU 03 01 and ECM 03


02 in 1U subrack, to SCU/SXU in cabinet with TS

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Table 15 Power Cabling from PDU to SCU and SXU


Pos. Source Board Source Port Destination Destination Product No.
Board Port
1 PDU 01 04(1) CB 1 SCU PWR RPM 777 193/00600
CB 2 SXU PWR
2 PDU 03 01 20 A SCU PWR RPM 777 193/00800
ECM 03 02 20 A SXU PWR
(1) Starting with the 1st PDU 01 04 from the left.

2.11 DU, Baseband, Baseband R, and RU


This section describes the power cabling from the PDUs to the DUs,
Baseband units, and RUs. The cable lengths depend on configuration.

Figure 24 shows and Table 16 describes the following cabling: PDU on any
power shelf to DU, Baseband and RU on the 1st Radio Shelf.

Figure 24 shows and Table 17 describes the following cabling: PDU on the 1st
Power Shelf to DU, Baseband and RU on the 1st Radio Shelf (with the 2nd
Power shelf in between).

Figure 24 shows and Table 18 describes the following cabling: PDU on the 2nd
Power Shelf to DU, Baseband and RU on the 2nd Radio Shelf (with the 1st
Radio shelf in between).

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

Note: All cables going to the 2nd radio subrack are to be routed on the right
side of the 1st radio subrack.

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PDU PDU

CB7
CB7

CB6
CB6

CB5
CB5

CB2
CB2

CB1
CB1

1
PWR PWR PWR PWR PWR PWR PWR PWR PWR PWR
DU1 / Baseband1

DU2 / Baseband2

DU3 / Baseband3

DU4 / Baseband4
RU RU RU RU RU RU
Ge8861A

Figure 24 Power Cabling from PDU to DUs, Baseband units, and RUs

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Table 16 Power Cabling from PDU to DUs, Baseband units, and RUs
Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 PDU1: CB1 – DU1 or Baseband1: 10 RPM 777 193/00800
PWR
PDU1: CB2 – DU2 or Baseband2:
PWR
PDU2: CB1 – DU3 or Baseband3:
PWR
PDU2: CB2 – DU4 or Baseband4:
PWR
PDU1: CB5 – RU1: PWR
PDU1: CB6 – RU2: PWR
PDU1: CB7 – RU3: PWR
PDU2: CB5 – RU4: PWR
PDU2: CB6 – RU5: PWR
PDU2: CB7 – RU6: PWR

Table 17 Power Cabling from PDU to DUs, Baseband units, and RUs with a
Power Shelf in Between
Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 PDU1: CB1 – DU1 or Baseband1: 10 RPM 777 193/01100
PWR
PDU1: CB2 – DU2 or Baseband2:
PWR
PDU2: CB1 – DU3 or Baseband3:
PWR
PDU2: CB2 – DU4 or Baseband4:
PWR
PDU1: CB5 – RU1: PWR
PDU1: CB6 – RU2: PWR
PDU1: CB7 – RU3: PWR
PDU2: CB5 – RU4: PWR
PDU2: CB6 – RU5: PWR
PDU2: CB7 – RU6: PWR

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Table 18 Power Cabling from PDU to DUs, Baseband units, and RUs with a
Radio Shelf in Between
Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 PDU3: CB1 – DU1 or Baseband1: 10 RPM 777 193/01500
PWR
PDU3: CB2 – DU2 or Baseband2:
PWR
PDU4: CB1 – DU3 or Baseband3:
PWR
PDU4: CB2 – DU4 or Baseband4:
PWR
PDU3: CB5 – RU1: PWR
PDU3: CB6 – RU2: PWR
PDU3: CB7 – RU3: PWR
PDU4: CB5 – RU4: PWR
PDU4: CB6 – RU5: PWR
PDU4: CB7 – RU6: PWR

2.12 SPD

2.12.1 PDU or ECM Module to SPDs

Table 19 PDU or ECM Module to SPDs


PDU 01 04 No. SPD No.
1st PDU: CB 1 - 6 1-6

2nd PDU: CB 1 - 6 7 - 12

3rd PDU: CB 1 - 6 13 - 18

4th PDU: CB 1 - 6 19 - 24
ECM 03 03/ECM 03 05: CB 1 - 3 1-3
ECM 03 03/ECM 03 05: CB 1 - 3 4-6
ECM 03 03/ECM 03 05: CB 1 - 3 7-9
ECM 03 03/ECM 03 05: CB 1 - 3 10 - 12
ECM 03 03/ECM 03 05: CB 1 - 3 13 - 15
ECM 03 03/ECM 03 05: CB 1 - 3 16 - 18

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PDU 01 04 No. SPD No.


ECM 03 03/ECM 03 05: CB 1 - 3 19 - 21
ECM 03 03/ECM 03 05: CB 1 - 3 22 - 24

2.12.2 PDU 01 04 in 4U Subrack or ECM 03 03 in 1U Subrack – SPD


Figure 25 shows and Table 20 describes the power cabling from the PDUs or
ECM 03 03 modules to Surge Protection Devices (SPD).

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

PDU
CB6
CB5
CB4
CB3
CB2
CB1

SPD SPD SPD SPD SPD SPD

SPD order
Ge4813B

Figure 25 PDU 01 04 in 4U Subrack to SPDs

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ECM 03 03

ECM 03 03
20 A

20 A

20 A

20 A

20 A

20 A
1

SPD SPD SPD SPD SPD SPD

SPD order
Ge9810A

Figure 26 ECM 03 03 in 1U Subrack to SPDs

Table 20 PDU or ECM Module to SPD

Pos, Connections Product No. (For Product No. (For


RBS 6110) RBS 6120)
1 PDU 01 04 or ECM RPM 777 193/02000 RPM 777 193/02500
03 03 – SPD
PDU 01 04 or ECM RPM 777 193/01500 RPM 777 193/01500
03 03 – SPD wall
mounted on the right
side
PDU 01 04 or ECM RPM 777 193/02000 RPM 777 193/02500
03 03 – SPD wall
mounted on the left
side
PDU 01 04 or ECM RPM 777 193/01100 RPM 777 193/01100
03 03 – SPD right
side with battery
inside

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2.12.3 26A PDU (ECM 03 05) – SPD


Figure 27 shows and Table 21 describes the power cabling from the PDUs to
SPDs. The cable lengths depend on configuration.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

1U Power Subrack ECM 03 05


26A

26A

26A

SPD SPD SPD

Ge8878B

Figure 27 Power Cabling from PDU to SPDs

Table 21 Power Cabling from PDU to SPDs

Pos. Connections Product No. Product No.


(For RBS 6110) (For RBS 6120)
1 PDU (ECM 03 05) – SPD RPM 777 500/02000 RPM 777 500/02500

2.13 Priority Order, PDU – Baseband, DU, RU, TCU


Table 22 explains the priority order when connecting units to the PDUs.

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Table 22 Priority Order When Connecting Units to PDUs


Base Baseba TCU RU RRU RRU MINI-LINK TM TM SCU SXU BBS
band nd 20 A 26A 20 pack external
or DU R503
PDU 1 1 3 3
01 01
Hold
Up
PDU 2 2 1 1 1 1(<5m)
01 01
PDU 3 3 2 1 2 1 1 1(<5m)
01 04
PDU 1
01 05
PDU 1 2
03 01
ECM 1
03 01
ECM 2 1 2 1
03 02
ECM 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1
03 03
ECM 1
03 04
ECM 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2
03 05

Priority order for placement of power cables from PDU to units:

• 1 = first choice

• 2 = second choice

• 3 = third choice

2.14 PDU 01 01, PDU 01 04, PDU 01 05 and PDU 03 01


ECM Modules – Baseband, Baseband R, DU, RU,
TCU
PDU 03 01 with ECM modules ECM 03 01 or ECM 03 02, or both, for internal
consumers.

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Power subrack 1

19” PDU subracks


with ECM modules

Radio subrack 1

Radio subrack 2

Ge9814A

Figure 28 Power PDU 03 01 ECM Modules – Baseband, Baseband R, DU,


RU, TCU in 1x4U and 2x1U power subracks

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B B P P P P P P P
Power subrack 1 F F S S S S S S S
U U U U U U U U U

P P P P P P P P P
Power subrack 2 F F F D D D D D D
U U U U U U U U U

Radio subrack 1

Radio subrack 2

Ge10848A

Figure 29 Power PDU 03 01 ECM Modules – Baseband, Baseband R, DU,


RU, TCU in 2x4U power subracks

Table 23 Power PDU 03 01 ECM Modules – Baseband, Baseband R, DU, RU, TCU

Pos. Connections Product No. (For RBS Comment


6120)
1 PDU – Baseband, RPM 777 193/L Power cables from PDU to
Baseband R, DU, RU, radio subrack 1 are routed
TCU straight down
2 PDU – Baseband, RPM 777 193/L Power cables from PDU to
Baseband R, DU, RU, radio subrack 2 are routed
TCU on the right side of radio
subrack 1

2.15 TCU
For TCU and power cabling, refer to Transmission Connections.

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2.16 Power Supply for Radio


Figure 30 shows and Table 24 describes the external power supply cabling for
Radios.

Micro Macro

1 2
Power Power
source source
Ge8947B

Figure 30 Micro and Macro Radio Power Cables

Table 24 Radio Power Cables

Pos. Connections Qty Product No. Remark


TFL 901 45/L AC power supply
1 Power – Power supply 1
TFL 901 34/L DC power supply, 2-wire
TPM 201 110/L AC power supply
TFL 492 324/L
DC power supply, 2-wire
2 Power – Power supply 1 TFL 492 325/L
TFL 492 365/L
DC power supply, 3-wire
TFL 492 366/L

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2.17 Power 6302

1
2
3

3
2
1
1

DC -48V to Radio
Communication to Radio

Incoming AC Power Ge9643A

Figure 31 Power 6302 Power Cables


For information on power supply cabling, refer to Main-Remote Installation
Products Overview.

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3 Signaling Cables

This section describes the internal signaling cables in the cabinet.

For more information on where the units are positioned in the cabinet, refer to
RBS Description.

3.1 SHU – SCU/SXU/BFU/PSU/PDU

3.1.1 Two SHUs – SCU/SXU/BFU/PSU/PDU


Figure 32, Table 25, Figure 34, and Table 26 describes the signaling cables
from the SHU to the power units and the control units.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

SCU

4U power subrack PSU/PDU/BFU


EC

SXU
EC

EC
EC

EC

EC

EC

EC

EC

EC

3 2 1 SHU1
1

4U power subrack PSU/PDU/BFU SHU2


EC
EC

EC

EC
EC

EC

EC
EC

EC

2
3
Ge4818B

Figure 32 SHU Cabling (with two power subracks and two SHUs)

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SCU

4U power subrack BFU/PSU


EC

EC SXU

EC
EC

EC

EC

EC

EC

EC

EC
3 2 1 SHU1
1

4U power subrack PDU SHU2


EC
EC

EC

EC
EC

EC

EC
EC

EC

2
3
Ge10855A

Figure 33 SHU Cabling (with two power subracks and two SHUs)

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Table 25 SHU Cabling (with two power subracks and two SHUs)
Pos. Connections Product No.
BFU1(1): EC – SHU1: B5
BFU2(1): EC – SHU2: A5
PDU1(2): EC – SHU1: A2
PDU2(2): EC – SHU1: B2
PDU3(2): EC – SHU1: B7
PDU4(2): EC – SHU2: A8
PDU5(2): EC – SHU2: B3
PDU6(2): EC – SHU2: B4
PDU7(2): EC – SHU2: B6 Pos. 1 RPM 777 01/00300
1, 2, (3)
PDU8 : EC – SHU2: B5 Pos. 2 RPM 777 01/00500
or 3
PSU1(1): EC – SHU1: A3 Pos 3. RPM 777 01/00700

PSU2(1): EC – SHU1: B3
PSU3(1): EC – SHU1: A4
PSU4(1): EC – SHU1: B4
PSU5(1): EC – SHU1: B6
PSU6(1): EC – SHU2: B2
PSU7(1): EC – SHU2: B7
SCU: EC – SHU1: A1
SHU2: A1 – SHU1: B8
(1) Positioned in upper power subrack
(2) Positioned in lower power subrack
(3) Not supported

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SCU

4U power subrack PSU/PDU/BFU


EC

SXU
EC

EC

EC

EC

EC

EC

EC

EC

EC
3 2 1 SHU1
1

1.5U power subrack


SHU2
EC

1U power subrack 2
EC
3 4

1U power subrack
EC

Ge9811A

Figure 34 SHU Cabling

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Table 26 SHU Cabling


Pos. Connections Product No.
BFU1: EC – SHU1: B5
BFU2: EC – SHU2: A5
PDU1: EC – SHU1: A2
PDU2(1): EC – SHU1: B2
PDU3: EC – SHU1: B7
PDU4: EC – SHU2: A8
PDU5: EC – SHU2: B3
PDU6: EC – SHU2: B4
Pos. 1 RPM 777 01/00300
PDU7: EC – SHU2: B6
1, 2, Pos. 2 RPM 777 01/00500
PDU8(2): EC – SHU2: B5
3, or 4 Pos 3. RPM 777 01/00700
PSU1: EC – SHU1: A3
Pos. 4 RPM 777 01/01000
PSU2: EC – SHU1: B3
PSU3: EC – SHU1: A4
PSU4: EC – SHU1: B4
PSU5: EC – SHU1: B6
PSU6: EC – SHU2: B2
PSU7: EC – SHU2: B7(3)
SCU: EC – SHU1: A1
SHU2: A1 – SHU1: B8
(1) Positioned in the 2nd power shelf
(2) Not supported
(3) Positioned in 1.5U power subrack

3.1.2 -48V DC Connections


Table 27 describes the signaling cables from one SHU to one power unit
subrack and the control units.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

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Table 27 SHU Cabling (with one power subrack and one SHU) for -48V DC
Pos. Connections Product No.
PDU1: EC – SHU1: A2
PDU2: EC – SHU1: B2
PDU3: EC – SHU1: B7
Pos. 1RPM 777 01/00300,
1, 2,
PDU4: EC – SHU2: A8 Pos. 2RPM 777 01/00500 or
or 3
Pos. 3RPM 777 01/00700
PDU5: EC – SHU2: B3
PDU6: EC – SHU2: B4
PDU7: EC – SHU1: B6

3.1.3 HW Prep 360 A AC and HW Prep 200 A AC Connections

Table 28 HW Prep 360 A AC


Source Board Destination Board
1st BFU: EC 1st SHU: B5
2nd BFU: EC 2nd SHU: A5
1st PDU: EC in upper 1U PSR(1) 1st SHU A2
2nd PDU EC in lower 1U PSR 1st SHU: B2
1st PSU: EC in 4U PSR 1st SHU: A3
2nd PSU: EC in 4U PSR 1st SHU: B3
3rd PSU: EC in 4U PSR 1st SHU: A4
4th PSU: EC in 4U PSR 1st SHU: B4
5th PSU: EC in 4U PSR 1st SHU: B6
6th PSU: EC in 4U PSR 2nd SHU: B2
7th PSU: EC in 1.5U PSR 2nd SHU: B7
SCU: EC 1st SHU: A1
2nd SHU: A1 1st SHU: B8
(1) PSR = Power subrack

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Table 29 HW Prep 200 A AC


Source Board Destination Board
1st BFU: EC 1st SHU: B5
1st PDU: EC in 4U PSR 1st SHU: A2
2nd PDU: EC in 4U PSR 1st SHU: B2
3rd PDU EC in 4U PSR 1st SHU: B7
4th PDU EC in 4U PSR 1st SHU: A8
1st PDU EC in 1U 1st SHU: A2

3.2 SHU – PDU 03 01


For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

SHU

B
A

HW prep 200A

EC
PDU 03 01 1

SHU

B
A

HW prep 360A 2 3
PDU 03 01
EC

PDU 03 01
EC

Ge9813A

Figure 35 SHU – PDU 03 01

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Table 30 SHU – PDU 03 01


Pos. Connections Product No.
1 Upper PDU 03 01: EC – SHU: A2 RPM 777 01/00700
2 Upper PDU 03 01: EC – SHU: A2 RPM 777 01/01000
3 Lower PDU 03 01: EC – SHU: B2 RPM 777 01/01000

3.3 SHU – DU or Baseband


Figure 36 shows and Table 31 describes the signaling cables from the SHU to
the DUs or Baseband units.

Figure 37 shows and Table 32 describes the signaling cables from the SHU to
the DUWs.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

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SHU 1
1 B
A
5 6 7

EC EC EC EC
2
DU1 / Baseband1

DU2 / Baseband2

DU3 / Baseband3

DU4 / Baseband4
SHU 2

B
A

1
3

EC EC EC
DU5 / Baseband5

DU6 / Baseband6

DU7 / Baseband7

Ge8862B

Figure 36 First SHU to First Shelf DU/Baseband, Second SHU to Second


Shelf DU or Baseband

Table 31 SHU to DU or Baseband Cabling


Pos. Connections Product No.
SHU1: B1 – DU1 or Baseband1:
EC
SHU1: A5 – DU2 or Baseband2:
1 RPM 777 01/01000
EC
SHU2: A4 – DU7 or Baseband7:
EC

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Pos. Connections Product No.


SHU1: A6 – DU3 or Baseband3:
EC
2 RPM 777 01/00500
SHU1: A7 – DU4 or Baseband4:
EC
3 SHU2: A2 – DU5 or Baseband5: RPM 777 01/01300
EC
SHU2: A3 – DU6 or Baseband6:
EC

SHU1

2 B
A
5 6 7

EC EC 1

DUW DUW
Ge4819A

Figure 37 First SHU to First Shelf DUWs

Table 32 SHU to DUWs Cabling


Pos. Connections SHU2 Product No.
1 SHU1: A5 – DUW1:EC RPM 777 01/01000
2 SHU1: B1– DUW2:EC RPM 777 01/00500

3.4 SCU – SAU – OVP, SXU – OVP


Figure 38 shows and Table 33 describes the cables from SAU and SXU to
OVP.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

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SCU
SAU

SXU

1-4 ALARMS 5-8

1
2
SAU SCU

25-28 29-32

17-20 21-24

9-12 13-16

1-4 5-8

3 or 4

OVP OVP OVP OVP OVP


Ge4822B

Figure 38 SAU and SXU Cabling to OVP

Table 33 SAU and SXU Cabling to OVP

Pos. Connections Qty. Product No. Product No.


(For RBS 6110) (For RBS 6120)
1 SXU: 1-8 – OVP: 1-8 2 RPM 777 143/01800 RPM 777 143/02200
2 SAU: SCU – SCU: SAU 1 RPM 777 405/00700
3 SAU: 1-32 – OVP (located on 8 RPM 777 143/01500 RPM 777 143/02000
bottom plate connection field)
4 SAU 1-32 – OVP (wallmounted, 4 RPM 777 143/01000
located on the connection field on
the right hand side wall)

3.5 SCU – PFU


Figure 39 shows and Table 34 describes the signaling cables between the
SCU and the PFU.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

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PFU PFU PFU SCU


1 IN

SXU
3 IN 4

PFU PFU

Ge4827B

Figure 39 SCU to PFU Cabling

Table 34 SCU to PFU Cabling


Pos. Connections Product No.
1 SCU: IN 1 – PFU RPM 777 406/00750
SXU: IN 3 – PFU
SXU: IN 4 – PFU

3.6 Radio – OVP


The alarm cable between Radio and OVP is shown in Figure 40 and described
in Table 35.

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Non-RF Connections

Micro Macro

1 2
OVP OVP

Ge8953B

Figure 40 Radio Alarm Port – OVP

Table 35 Radio Alarm Port – OVP


Po Connections Qt Product No. Remark
s. y.
1 External alarm – OVP 1 RPM 513 Micro
2379/L
2 External alarm – OVP 1 RPM 777 523/L Macro

3.7 Multiple Digital Units for LTE


The following section describes the signalling cables between multiple DUs for
LTE. The described configurations will connect up to 3 DUs as one node.

3.7.1 Connecting 2 DUs using IDL1 (DBB20_81)


The cabling between the DUs is shown in Figure 41 and is described in Table
36.

Note: Be sure to connect the correct end of the IDL cable to the primary and
secondary DU respectively. See markings on cable.

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Secondary Primary
DU DU

1
IDL IDL

Ge2646B

Figure 41 Signalling Cable between Primary and Secondary DU

Table 36 Signalling Cable between Primary and Secondary DU


Pos Connections Qty Product No. Remark
.
1 Primary DU: IDL(1) – 1 RPM 777 263/00650
Secondary DU:
IDL(1)
(1) IDL = IDL1 for LTE

3.7.2 Connecting 2 DUs using IDL2 (DBB21_81, DBB21_83)


The cabling between the DUs is shown in Figure 42 and is described in Table
37.

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Non-RF Connections

Primary Secondary
DU DU

1
IDL1 IDL1

RIA RIA
RIB RIB
RIC RIC
RID 2 RID
RIE RIE
RIF RIF

Ge6534B

Figure 42 Connecting 2 DUs with 1 Primary DU and 1 Secondary DU using


IDL2

Table 37 Connecting 2 DUs with 1 Primary DU and 1 Secondary DU using


IDL2
Pos Connection Qty Product No. Remark
.
1 Primary DU: IDL1 − 1 RPM 777 263/00650 IDL1 connection
Secondary DU:
IDL1
2 Primary DU, 1 Outdoor or between IDL2 connection
position RI F− cabinets:
Secondary DU,
position RI F(1) Optical cable
Inside the cabinet:
Use existing
electrical cable RPM
777 279 /L up to 1,8
m
(1) This is the default connection, but any port RI C, RI D, RI E, RI F in the Primary DU can be
connected to any port RI C, RI D, RI E, RI F in the Secondary DU.

• If the secondary DU is a DUS 31 01 or a DUS 41 01, then the IDL1 link


between the primary DU and secondary DU is required.

• If the secondary DU is a DUS 31 02 or a DUS 41 02, then the IDL1 link


between the primary DU and secondary DU is optional, but
recommended.

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3.7.3 Connecting 3 DUs using IDL1 and IDL2 (DBB31_81)


The cabling between the DUs is shown in Figure 43 and is described in Table
38.

Primary Secondary Secondary


DU DU DU

1
IDL1 IDL1 IDL1

RIA RIA RIA


RIB RIB RIB
RIC RIC RIC
RID RID RID
RIE RIE RIE
RIF RIF RIF

Ge6535B

Figure 43 Connecting 3 DUs with 1 Primary DU and 2 Secondary DUs using


IDL2 (DBB31_81)

Table 38 Connecting 3 DUs with 1 Primary DU and 2 Secondary DUs using


IDL2 (DBB31_81)
Pos Connection Qty Product No. Remark
.
1 Primary DU: IDL1 − 1 RPM 777 263/00650 IDL1 connection
Secondary DU:
IDL1
2 Primary DU, 1 Outdoor or between IDL 2 connection
position RI F − cabinets:
Secondary DU,
position RI F(1) Optical cable
Inside the cabinet:
Use existing
electrical cable RPM
777 279 /L up to 1,8
m
(1) This is the default connection, but any port RI C, RI D, RI E, RI F in the Primary DU can be
connected to any port RI C, RI D, RI E, RI F in the Secondary DU.

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3.7.4 Connecting 3 DUs using IDL2 (DBB32_81)


The cabling between the DUs is shown in Figure 44and is described in Table
39.

Primary Secondary Secondary


DU1 DU2 DU3

1
IDL1 IDL1 IDL1

RIA RIA RIA


RIB RIB RIB
RIC 2 RIC RIC
RID RID RID
RIE RIE RIE
RIF RIF RIF

Ge6536C

Figure 44 Connecting 3 DUs with 1 Primary DU and 2 Secondary DUs using


IDL2 (DBB32_81)

Table 39 Connecting 3 DUs with 1 Primary DU and 2 Secondary DUs using


IDL2 (DBB31_81)
Pos Connection Qty Product No. Remark
.
1 Primary DU: IDL1 − 1 RPM 777 263/00650 IDL1 connection
Secondary DU 1:
IDL1
2 Primary DU, 1 Outdoor or between IDL2 connection
position RI E − cabinets:
Secondary DU 1,
position RI F(1) Optical cable
Inside the cabinet:
Use existing
electrical cable RPM
777 279 /L up to 1,8
m

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Pos Connection Qty Product No. Remark


.
3 Primary DU, 1 Outdoor or between IDL2 connection
position RI F − cabinets:
Secondary DU 2,
Optical cable
position RI F(1)
Inside the cabinet:
Use existing
electrical cable RPM
777 279 /L up to 1,8
m
(1) This is the default connection, but any port RI C, RI D, RI E, RI F in the Primary DU can be
connected to any port RI C, RI D, RI E, RI F in the Secondary DU.

• If DU 2 is a DUS 31 01 or a DUS 41 01, then the IDL1 link between DU 1


(primary) and DU 2 (secondary) is required.

• If DU 2 is a DUS 31 02 or a DUS 41 02, then the IDL1 link between DU 1


(primary) and DU 2 (secondary) is optional, but recommended.

3.7.5 Baseband R
For Baseband R connections, refer to RBS Configurations

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3.8 Power 6302

1
2
3

3
2
1

DC -48V to Radio
Communication to Radio

Incoming AC Power Ge9642A

Figure 45 Power 6302 Alarm Cables


For information on alarm cabling, refer to Main-Remote Installation Products
Overview.

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4 Transmission Cables

This section describes the transmission cables in the cabinet.

For more information on where the units are positioned in the cabinet , refer to
RBS Description.

4.1 TCU
For TCU transmission cabling, refer to Transmission Connections.

4.2 DU – OVP
Figure 46 shows and Table 40 describes the transmission cabling between the
DU and the OVP. Cable lengths depend on configuration.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

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DU

ET B ET A
1

1 2 1 2

OVP OVP
(T1/E1/J1) (T1/E1/J1)
Ge5217A

Figure 46 DU to OVP Transmission Cabling

Table 40 DU to OVP Transmission Cabling


Pos. Connections Qty Cable Prod. No.
.
DU: ET A – OVP1: 1
1 2 RPM 777 143/L
DU: ET B– OVP2: 1

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5 Other Cables

This section describes other types of cables in the cabinet.

For more information on where the units are positioned in the cabinet , refer to
RBS Description.

5.1 SXU – Temperature Sensor


Figure 47 shows and Table 41 describes the signaling cables between the
BFU and the battery temperature sensor.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

Note: For more detailed information on where to place the sensor on the
battery, refer to Installing Cabinet.

1
SXU
TEMP

Temp. Sensor

Ge4829A

Figure 47 SXU to Temperature Sensor Cabling

Table 41 SXU to Temperature Sensor Cabling


Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 SXU – Temperature sensor 1 RPM 777 311/00750

5.2 SXU – Smoke Detector


Figure 48 shows and Table 42 describes the signaling cable between the SXU
and the smoke detector.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

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Non-RF Connections

Note: For more detailed information on where to place the smoke detector,
refer to Installing Cabinet.

TEMP
3 IN 4 3 OUT 4
SXU 0105

SXU SD 12V

PWR 6 7 8 9 10 1-4 ALARMS 5-8

Smoke detector

Ge9273A

Figure 48 SXU to Smoke Detector Cabling

Table 42 SXU to Smoke Detector Cabling


Pos. Connections Qty. Product No. Remark
1 SXU: SD – Smoke 1 NTB 101 200/1 Included in smoke
detector detector

5.3 BFU – Internal Battery Temperature Sensor


Figure 49 shows and Table 43 describes the signaling cables between the
BFU and the battery temperature sensor.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

Note: For more detailed information on where to place the sensor on the
battery, refer to Installing Cabinet.

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BFU BFU

Battery string
Ge5219B

Figure 49 BFU to Battery Temperature Sensor Cabling (Internal Batteries)

Table 43 BFU to Battery Temperature Sensor Cabling (Internal Batteries)


Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 BFU: Temp – Battery string: Temp 1 RPM 777 135/01500
sensor on Battery 2

5.4 BFU – External Battery Temperature Sensor


Figure 50 shows and Table 44 describes the signaling cables from the BFU to
the temperature sensor connectors on the bottom plate (for external battery
temperature sensors).

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

Note: For more detailed information on where to place the sensor on the
battery, refer to Installing Cabinet.

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BFU BFU

Bottom Plate

Ge6160A

Figure 50 BFU to Battery Temperature Sensor Cabling (External Batteries)

Table 44 BFU to Battery Temperature Sensor Cabling (External Batteries)

Pos. Connections Qty. Product No. Product No.


For RBS 6110 For RBS 6120
1 BFU: Temp – Bottom plate: D-sub 1 RPM 777 171/01500 RPM 777 171/02000
connector

5.5 BFU – 2U Battery Temperature Sensor


Figure 51 shows and Table 45 describes the sensor cables between the BFU
and a 2U battery.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

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BFU

2U Battery

Ge8875B

Figure 51 BFU to 2U Battery Temperature Sensor Connection

Table 45 BFU to 2U Battery Cabling

Pos. Connections Product No. for 6110 Product No. for 6120
1 BFU: TEMP – Temp sensor on RPM 777 135/01200 RPM 777 135/01500
battery

5.6 EMU – SHU


Figure 52 shows and Table 46 describes the signaling cables between the
EMUs and the SHU.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

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SHU 02 01

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

EMU

EMU

PCF

Ge8879A

Figure 52 Connection from EMUs to SHU

Table 46 EMU to SHU Cabling

Pos. Connections Qty. Product No. Product No.


(For RBS 6120) (For RBS 6120)
1 EMU1 EC - 2nd SHU B8 2 RPM 777 01/01500 RPM 777 01/02000

EMU1 EC - 2nd SHU A8

5.7 SCU – SPM


Figure 53 shows and Table 47 describes the signaling cables between the
SCU and the SPM.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

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SCU
TEMP

1
SPM

Ge4828A

Figure 53 SCU to SPM Cabling

Table 47 SCU to SPM Cabling


Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 SCU: TEMP – SPM 1 RPM 777 356/00290

5.8 SCU – Door Switch


Figure 54 shows and Table 48 describes the signaling cables between the
SCU and the Door Switch.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2.

SCU
2

Door Switch
Ge4825A

Figure 54 SCU to Door Switch Cabling

Table 48 SCU to Door Switch Cabling


Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 SXU: IN 2 – Door Switch 1 RPM 777 409/00500

5.9 SXU – LED Service Light


Figure 55 shows and Table 49 describes the cable between the SCU and the
LED service light.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

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SXU

12V
1

LED Service Light

Ge4823A

Figure 55 SXU to LED Cabling

Table 49 SXU to LED Cabling


Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
1 SXU: 1st 12V – LED 1 RNG 901 21/4

5.10 Synchronization Cabling


This section describes synchronization cables.

5.10.1 DU or Baseband – TCU


For TCU synchronization cabling, refer to Transmission Connections.

5.10.2 DU or Baseband – GNSS Receiver Unit


Figure 56 shows and Table 50 describes the cabling from the GNSS receiver
unit to the DU or Baseband unit.

In a multi DU configuration, only the Primary DU connects to the GNSS


receiver.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.2 on page 2 .

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8U Subrack

DU DU
or or
Baseband Baseband
GPS GPS
SYNC SYNC

GNSS Receiver

1 2
2

CONNECTION FIELD

Ge1171D

Figure 56 DU or Baseband – GNSS Synchronization Cables

Table 50 DU or Baseband – GNSS Synchronization Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
DU 1: GPS - GPS receiver: Port 1
Baseband: SYNC - GPS receiver:
Port 1
1 1 RPM 777 382/01000
Baseband T: SYNC - GPS
receiver: Port 1
DU 2: GPS - GPS receiver: Port 2
GNSS receiver – GNSS antenna GPS Receiver System
system cables, refer to the GNSS
2 2
Receiver System
Description

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6 Multistandard Configuration Cabling

This section describes the multistandard configuration cabling for single mode
and mixed mode.

For more information on where the units are positioned in the cabinet , refer to
RBS Description.

6.1 DU Synchronization in Single Mode


In single mode, all the cabling is done in the same way as for single node.

6.2 DU Synchronization in Mixed Mode


This section describes the cabling that is specific for mixed mode. All other
cabling described for a single node is also relevant for mixed mode.

Figure 57 shows and Table 51 describes the cabling for synchronizing three
nodes with GPS.

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DU 1 DU 2
1

GPS
GPS
2

IDL
DU 1 DU 2
1

GPS
GPS
IDL

Ge5187A

Figure 57 DU to DU GPS Out Synchronization

Table 51 DU to DU GPS Out Synchronization


Pos. Connections Qty. Product No.
DU 1: GPS – DU 2: GPS RPM 777 382/L
1 2
DU 3: GPS – DU 4: GPS
2 DU 1: IDL – DU 3: IDL 1 RPM 777 263/L

6.3 DU Synchronization Using GPS Out Splitter


The GPS Out Splitter makes it possible to use the synchronization signal from
a primary DU GPS port and split it into three output synchronization signals for
connection to up to three more secondary DUs. More information on the GPS
Out Splitter can be found in Install GPS Out Splitter.

Figure 58 shows and Table 52 describes the connections for a configuration of


one primary DU and three secondary DUs, using the GPS Out Splitter.

Note: GPS out cable is not needed if using Node Group Synchronization.

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Note: Keep the dummy connectors in unused output slots in the GPS Out
Splitter.

Primary Secondary Secondary Secondary


DU DU 1 DU 2 DU 3

GPS

GPS

GPS

GPS
Input Output1 Output2 Output3

1
Ge7876A

Figure 58 Using GPS Out Splitter for DU Synchronization

Table 52 Using GPS Out Splitter for DU Synchronization


Position Connections Qty. Product No.
Primary DU: GPS – GPS Out 1 RPM 777
Splitter: Input 381/01000
Secondary DU 1:GPS – GPS Out 1
Splitter: Output 1
1(1)
Secondary DU 2:GPS – GPS Out 1 RPM 777
Splitter: Output 2 381/01000(2)
Secondary DU 3:GPS – GPS Out 1
Splitter: Output 3
(1) GPS out cable is not needed if using Node Group Synchronization.
(2) All cables between the secondary DUs and the GPS Out Splitter must be equally long.

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