BBU Installation Guide

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<p>BBU3900 V200</p> <p>Installation Guide</p> <p>Issue: 08 Part Number: 31504449 Date: 2009-09-30HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES Co., Ltd.</p> <p>ContentSafety Information 2 Installation Tools 3 Installation Scenarios 4 Procedure 6 BBU Hardware 7 Installing the BBU in the APM30 8 Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.A) 16 Installing the BBU in the APM30(+24V) 18 Installing the BBU in the TMC 20 Installing the BBU in the TMC11H(Ver.A) 22 Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.B) 23 Installing the BBU in the TMC11H(Ver.B) 27 Installing the BBU in the TMC11H (Ver.B, +24V) 29 Installing the BBU in the 19-Inch Cabinet 31 Installing the BBU on the Wall 38 Installing the BBU in the OMB Cabinet 42 BBU Hardware Installation Checklist 47 Powering On the BBU 47 Appendix 48 Change History 54</p> <p>1</p> <p>Safety Information Abide by All Safety Requirements To ensure personal and equipment safety, abide by safety precautions described in the label on equipment or in the manual when you install, operate, or maintain the equipment. The "Safety Warning", "Caution", and "Note" in the manual are not the contents of safety requirements. They are provided as the supplement to the safety precautions. When operating Huawei products or equipment, strictly follow all precautions and special safety instructions required by Huawei. The "Safety Warning" in the manual is only based on the knowledge of Huawei. Huawei will not assume any responsibility for the loss incurred by operations violating the universal safety rules or standards for designing, producing, or using the equipment. Abide by the Local Laws and Regulations When operating the equipment, abide by the local laws and regulations. Requirements for Personnel The installation and maintenance personnel of Huawei equipment must be strictly trained. They are not allowed to install, operate, or maintain the equipment until they have mastered the correct operation method and got familiar with the safety requirements. Symbol Description If you ignore the warning, serious incidents such as casualties or equipment damage may be incurred. If you ignore the warning, incidents such as injuries or equipment damage may be incurred. This information is of help to operation.</p> <p> Personal Safety Directly contacting or indirectly contacting high voltage power supply through wet objects is lethally dangerous. Incorrect high voltage operations will cause incidents such as fire or a shock hazard. Never perform any high voltage AC operations or perform operations on a tower or a mast during a thunderstorm. It can be lethally dangerous. Any equipment must be grounded before it is connected to the power supply. Ungrounded equipment can be lethally dangerous. Never perform any hot-line operation. Strong RF signals are harmful to human health. Ensure that the transmit antennas are shut down before an antenna installation or maintenance operation on a tower or mast installed with multiple transmit antennas. During an operation involving optical cables, keep your eyes far away from optical output ports and do not directly look at the optical output ports with bare eyes. Take measures to prevent dusts from entering your respiratory tract or eyes when drilling holes. Before connecting cables to storage batteries, disconnect the storage batteries from the power supply. Otherwise, injuries may be incurred. When working aloft, take measures to prevent objects from falling.</p> <p>Equipment SafetyBefore operating the equipment, check the electric continuity of the equipment that requires grounding to ensure that it is reliably grounded. The static electricity produced by human body may damage the static-sensitive components, such as LSI on boards. Take proper ESD prevention measures, for example, wear ESD wrist straps or gloves to prevent boards, modules, and electronic components from being destroyed by static of the human body. When operating storage batteries, prevent battery short-circuiting and electrolyte overflow or leakage. The electrolyte corrodes metal objects and the boards, producing rust and causing board short-circuiting.</p> <p>2</p> <p>Installation Tools</p> <p>Torx screwdriver</p> <p>Phillips screwdriver</p> <p>flat-head screwdriver</p> <p>Adjustable wrench</p> <p>Socket wrench</p> <p>Torque wrench</p> <p>Power cable crimping pliers</p> <p>RJ-45 crimping pliers</p> <p>Wire cutter</p> <p>Rubber hammer</p> <p>Hex key(8mm)</p> <p>Cable peeler</p> <p>hammer drill(8)</p> <p>Heat gun</p> <p>Level bar</p> <p>Multimeter</p> <p>Long measuring tape</p> <p>Vacuum cleaner</p> <p>3</p> <p>Installation Scenarios1. APM30 2. APM30H(Ver.A)</p> <p>3. APM30(+24V</p> <p>4. TMC</p> <p>5. TMC11H(Ver.A)</p> <p>4</p> <p>Installation Scenarios6. APM30H(Ver.B) 7. TMC11H(Ver.B)</p> <p>8. TMC11H(Ver.B, +24V)</p> <p>9. In 19-inch cabinet</p> <p>10. On the Wall</p> <p>11. OMB</p> <p>5</p> <p>Procedure</p> <p>6</p> <p>BBU Hardware1. Appearance of the BBU (Unit: mm)</p> <p>2. Configuration Principles of the BBU Boards</p> <p>Board</p> <p>Mandatory /OptionalMandatory Mandatory</p> <p>Full Configuration2 4</p> <p>Installation SlotS6 and S7 S0 to S3</p> <p>Remarks</p> <p>WMPT WBBP</p> <p>Preferentially configured in S7. The WBBP is installed in S3 by default. If extension CPRI ports are required, the board is installed in S2. If extension CPRI ports are not required, the priority of the installation position of the board is from s0 to S1, and then to S2.</p> <p>UBFA UPEU</p> <p>Mandatory Mandatory</p> <p>1 2</p> <p>FAN PWR1 and PWR2 PWR1 S0/S1/S4/S5</p> <p>Configured in FAN slot. Preferentially configured in PWR2.</p> <p>UEIU UTRP</p> <p>Optional Optional</p> <p>1 4</p> <p>Preferentially configured in PWR1. The priority of the UTRP installation position of the board is from S4 to S5, and then to S0 and S1. -</p> <p>USCU</p> <p>Optional</p> <p>1</p> <p>S1 or S0</p> <p>The UELP and UFLP need to be optionally configured in the BBU or SLPU on site according to the field requirements.</p> <p>7</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30 aCable connections</p> <p>d</p> <p>a b f c b e d a e c</p> <p>Cable</p> <p>Installation Position From... To ...PWR on BBU INSIDE on UELP Transmission equipment MON1on BBU Associated alarm device CPRI on RRU</p> <p>a BBU power cable b E1 transfer cable c E1cable d e fMonitoring cable External alarm cable CPRI optical cable</p> <p>LOAD3 on PDU E1/T1 on WMPT OUTSIDE on UELP TX/RX on APMI EXT-ALM0 or EXT-ALM1 on UPEU CPRI on WBBP</p> <p>8</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30 bCable connections of the BBUAlarm Equipment Monitoring Equipment Transmission equipment</p> <p>c b h h f a BBU Power Cable b E1 surge protection transfer cable c E1 Cable d Monitoring Cable g b e aPower System</p> <p>d</p> <p>e Alarm Cable f CPRI Optical cable g FE cable h FE surge protection transfer cable</p> <p>9</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30 cInstalling BBU1. Install the mounting ears at both sides of the BBU reversely.</p> <p>PDU</p> <p>BBU M6 bolt</p> <p>2. Slide the BBU case into the cabinet.</p> <p>d</p> <p>Installing cables</p> <p>1. Install power cable.Connect the OT terminal of the power cable to the LOAD3 terminal of the PDU, and then fix the 3V3 connector of the power cable to the UPEU port on the BBU.</p> <p>LOAD3 NEG(-) RNT(+)</p> <p>PWR</p> <p>The power cable is to be made depending on field requirements.</p> <p>10</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30 dInstalling the BBU cables2. Install optical cables.Connect the longer end of the optical cable to the CPRI port on the WBBP. Then, connect the other end to the RRU.</p> <p>Turn the puller on the optical module outwards, insert the optical module into CPRI ports. Turn outwards the puller on the optical module.</p> <p>Optical module Puller</p> <p>Remove the dustproof caps from the optical connectors. Insert the optical connector at one end of the CPRI optical cable into the optical module. lead the CPRI optical cable out of the cabinet along the left side of the cabinet.</p> <p>Wrap the fiber tail with the winding pipe till the first cable tie.Connect the fiber tails labeled 1A and 1B to the CPRI_W port on the RRU. Connect the fiber tails labeled 2A and 2B to one of the CPRI ports on the WBBP</p> <p>Optical cable connector</p> <p>Winding pipe</p> <p>11</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30 dInstalling the BBU cables</p> <p>3Install the E1 transfer cable.Fix one end of the E1 transfer cable to the INSIDE port on the UELP. Fix the other end to the E1/T1 port on the WMPT.</p> <p>4Install the E1 cable.Cabling the E1 cable. Fix one end of the E1 cable to the OUTSIDE port on the UELP. Strip the jacket off the E1 cable near the grounding point at the lower right corner of the cabinet to expose the shielding layer.Shielding layer of the E1 cable (25mm)</p> <p>E1 cable</p> <p>E1 transfer cable</p> <p>grounding clip</p> <p>Thread the FE cable through the grounding clip. Then, tighten the screw on the grounding clip to make the shielding layer of the FE cable in full contact with the grounding clip. Finally, connect the PGND cable on the grounding clip to the grounding bolt of the APM30.Shielding layer of the FE cable</p> <p>INSIDE</p> <p>OUTSIDE</p> <p>E1/T1</p> <p>Ensure that both ends of the E1 cable are disconnected. Then, weld connectors to the bare wires at one end of the E1 cable all at once.</p> <p>12</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30 dInstalling the BBU Cables</p> <p>5. Install the FE transfer cable (FE transmission mode).Connect one end of the FE transfer cable to the FE0 port near the INSIDE label on the UFLP and the other end to the FE0 port on the WMPT.</p> <p>6. Install the FE cable (FE transmission).Connect one end of the FE cable to the FE0 port near the OUTSIDE label on the UFLP. Then, lead the other end out of the cabinet along the right side of the cabinet.FE transfer cable</p> <p>Strip the jacket off the FE cable near the grounding point at the lower right corner of the cabinet to expose the shielding layer 25mmINSIDE FE0</p> <p>FE cable</p> <p>OUTSIDE FE0</p> <p>FE0</p> <p>Thread the FE cable through the grounding clip. Then, tighten the screw on the grounding clip to make the shielding layer of the FE cable in full contact with the grounding clip. Finally, connect the PGND cable on the grounding clip to the grounding bolt of the APM30.Shielding layer of the FE cable</p> <p>13</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30 dInstalling the BBU CablesFix the RJ45 connector at one end of the cable to the MON1 port on the UPEU. MON1</p> <p>7. Install the monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU.</p> <p>TX+</p> <p>RX-</p> <p>TX-</p> <p>RX+</p> <p>Monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU</p> <p>EXT-ALM1 External alarm cable</p> <p>8. Install the external alarm cable.Connect one end of the alarm cable to the EXTALM port on the UPEU, and the other end to the associated alarm device. The port on the external alarm device is added depending on field requirements.</p> <p>14</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30 dInstalling the BBU CablesCut off the RJ45 connector of the EMUA monitoring signal cable, and then connect the four exposed bare wires to the RX+, RX-, TX+, and TX- ports on the APMI. For the relationship between the ports and wires. Fix the DB9 connector to the corresponding port on the EMUA.</p> <p>9. Install the EMUA monitoring signal cable.</p> <p>EMUA monitoring signal cable Pin on the RJ45 ConnectorX1.1 X1.2 X1.4 X1.5</p> <p>Pin on the DB9 Male ConnectorX2.3 X2.7 X2.2 X2.6</p> <p>Color</p> <p>Type</p> <p>Port on the APMI</p> <p>White Orange Blue White</p> <p>Twisted pair</p> <p>TX+ TX-</p> <p>Twisted pair</p> <p>RX+ RX-</p> <p>15</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.A) aBBU Cable Connections</p> <p>The procedure for installing the BBU case in the APM30H is the same as that in the APM30. For details, see pages 815. The following figure shows the cable connections of the BBU. Page 17 shows how to install the monitoring signal cable between the HEUA and the BBU in the APM30H.</p> <p>d</p> <p>a</p> <p>b f</p> <p>c b</p> <p>e</p> <p>d a c e</p> <p>Cable</p> <p>Installation Position One end is connected to... The other end is connected to...PWR port on the BBU INSIDE port on the UELP External transmission device MON1 port on the BBU Associated alarm device CPRI port on the RRU</p> <p>a</p> <p>BBU power cable</p> <p>LOAD3 terminal of the PDU E1/T1 port on the WMPT OUTSIDE port on the UELP COM IN port on the HEUA EXT-ALM0 or EXT-ALM1 on UPEU CPRI port on the WBBP</p> <p>b E1 transfer cable c E1 cable d e fMonitoring signal cable External alarm cable CPRI optical cable</p> <p>16</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30H(Ver.A) bInstalling the Monitoring Signal Cable between the HEUA and the BBU</p> <p>HEUA</p> <p>COM IN MON1</p> <p>UPEU on the BBU</p> <p>17</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30(+24 V) aBBU Cable Connections</p> <p>The procedure for installing the BBU in the APM30 (+24 V) is the same as that in the APM30. For details, see pages 815. The following figure shows the cable connections of the BBU. Page 19 shows how to install the monitoring signal cable of the cabinet.</p> <p>a b c b f d a e</p> <p>c</p> <p>Cable</p> <p>Installation Position One end is connected to... The other end is connected to...PWR port on the BBU INSIDE port on the UELP External transmission device EXT-ALM1 on the UPEU</p> <p>a</p> <p>BBU power cable</p> <p>LOAD6 terminal of the DCDU E1/T1 port on the WMPT OUTSIDE port on the UELP Monitoring port on the cabinet</p> <p>b E1 surge protectiontransfer cable</p> <p>c d</p> <p>E1 cable</p> <p>Monitoring signal cable for the cabinet External alarm cable CPRI optical cable</p> <p>e f</p> <p>EXT-ALM0 or EXT-ALM1 on UPEU CPRI port on the WBBP</p> <p>Associated alarm device CPRI port on the RRU</p> <p>18</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the APM30(+24 V) bInstalling the Monitoring Signal Cable of the Cabinet</p> <p>Pin assignment of the monitoring signal cable of the cabinet Pin on the RJ45 Connector Pin on the RJ45 Connector Wire Color Wire Type Monitoring equipment</p> <p>X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.6 X1.5 X1.4 X1.7 X1.8</p> <p>X2.1 X2.2 X2.3 X2.6 X2.5 X2.4 X2.7 X2.8</p> <p>White/orange Orange White/green Green White/blue Blue White/brown Brown</p> <p>Twisted pair</p> <p>APMI</p> <p>Twisted pair</p> <p>DCDU-03C</p> <p>Twisted pair</p> <p>Door status sensor</p> <p>Twisted pair</p> <p>DC/DC Power System</p> <p>19</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the TMC aBBU Cable Connections</p> <p>The procedure for installing the BBU in the TMC is the same as that in the APM30. For details, see pages 815.</p> <p>a b e c b d a</p> <p>c</p> <p>Cable From...</p> <p>Installation Position To...PWR port on the BBU INSIDE port on the UELP External transmission device ALM1 port on the BBU CPRI port on the RRU</p> <p>a BBU power cable b E1 transfer cable c E1 cable d eMonitoring signal cable CPRI optical cable</p> <p>LOAD6 terminal of the PDU E1/T1 port on the WMPT OUTSIDE port on the UELP Wiring terminal of cabinet monitoring CPRI port on the WBBP</p> <p>20</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the TMC bInstalling the BBU CablesAPMI Wiring terminals for the surge protection and alarm cables</p> <p>c d b aDoor status sensor</p> <p>Installing the TMC alarm cable: a. Fix the RJ45 connector at one end of the alarm cable to the EXT_ALM1 port on the BBU. b. Connect the two bare terminals X1.4 (blue) and X1.5 (white) to the alarm wiring terminals on the door status sensor. c. Connect the two bare terminals X1.1 (white) and X1.2 (orange) to the OUT+ and OUT- alarm wiring terminals on the APMI. d. Connect the two bare terminals X1.3 (white) and X1.6 (green) to the alarm wiring terminals on the DCDU.</p> <p>The white and green bare wire terminals are not distinguished from different wiring terminals.</p> <p>21</p> <p>Installing the BBU in the TMC11H(Ver.A) aInstalling the BBU...</p>