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APM30H&TMC11H&IBBS200D/T V200R303

Installation Guide (II)

Issue: 05 Date: 2010-02-15

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES Co., Ltd.

Content
2 Safety Information 3 Specification of the Cabinets Modules in the Cabinets 4 Installation Scenarios 4 Installation Tools 5 1. Installation Procedure 6 2. Installing the Cabinets 7 3. Earth Grounding the Cabinets 13 4. Installing the Optional Modules 14 5. Installing the Cables 17 6. Sealing the Cable Holes 22 7. Installing the Batteries and their Cables 23 8. Checklist for the Installation 24 9. Checking the Power-On Status 26 27 10. Appendix 11. Change History 32

Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.

Safety Information
Following All Safety Precautions
Before any operation, read the instructions and precautions in this document carefully to minimize the possibility of accidents. The Danger, Caution, and Note items in the documents do not cover all the safety precautions that must be followed. They only provide the generic safety precautions for operations. When operating Huawei products and equipment, you must comply with safety precautions and special safety instructions related to corresponding equipment provided by Huawei. The safety precautions in the document are related only to Huawei products. Huawei is not liable for any consequence that results from the violation of universal regulations for safety operations and safety codes on design, production, and equipment use.

Complying with the Local Safety Regulations


When operating the device, comply with the local safety regulations. The safety precautions provided in the documents are supplementary. You must comply with the local safety regulations.

Qualified Personnel Only


The personnel in charge of installation and maintenance must be trained and master the correct operating methods and safety precautions before beginning work.

Symbols
DANGER WARNING CAUTION TIP NOTE
Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk, which if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk, which if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss, performance degradation, or unexpected results. Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time. Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

Safety of Personnel
The high voltage power supply provides power for running the system. Direct contact with the high voltage power supply or contact through damp objects may result in fatal danger. Non-standard and improper high voltage operations may result in fire and electric shock. In a thunderstorm, do not perform operations on high voltage and AC power supply facilities or on a steel tower and mast. Ground the device before powering on the device. Otherwise, the personnel and device are in danger. Power off the device before performing operations on the power supply equipment. High power radio-frequency signals are harmful to human body. Before installing or maintaining an antenna on a steel tower or mast with a large number of transmitter antennas, the operator should coordinate with all parties to ensure that the transmitter antennas are shut down. When handling optical fibers, do not stand close to, or look into the optical fiber outlet with unaided eyes. Protect yourself when drilling holes. Flying dust may hurt your eyes or you may inhale the dust. Power off the batteries before connecting the cables to the batteries. Otherwise, casualties may occur. When working at a height, be cautious about falling objects.

Device Safety
Check the electrical connection of the device before operation and ensure that the device is reliably grounded. The static electricity generated by the human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the circuit board, such as the large-scale integrated circuit (LIC). Wear an ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves when performing the operation. When working on batteries, take measures to prevent short circuits in the batteries and electrolyte spill/loss. The electrolyte may erode metal and boards, or even cause rust of the equipment or short circuits in the boards. When the cabinet is unpacked, it must be powered on in seven days. The maximum duration of the power-off state of the cabinet is 48 hours during maintenance.

Specification of the Cabinets b


The APM30H series cabinets consist of the APM30H, TMC11H, IBBS200T, and IBBS200D.

Cabinet dimensions (excluding the TEC cool hood of the IBBS200T): 600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm (W x H x D)

Cabinets

Item

Specification Remarks Including the cabinet frame, inner air circulation fan box, outer air circulation fan box, core of the heat-exchanger, EPS subrack, and related cables. Excluding the BBU, customer equipment, PMU, PSUs, and batteries. Including the cabinet, one PMU, three PSUs, and one BBU. Excluding the customer equipment and batteries. Including the cabinet frame, inner air circulation fan box, outer air circulation fan box, and core of the heat-exchanger Excluding the customer equipment and batteries

Cabinet weight 72 kg APM30H

Weight of the cabinet in full configuration TMC11H

91 kg

Cabinet weight 57 kg

IBBS200T

Cabinet weight 70 kg Battery 48 V 50 Ah or 48 V 92 Ah battery group that can be maintained from the front

Excluding the batteries Supporting 48 V 100 Ah backup power by connecting two 48 V 50 Ah battery groups in parallel Supporting 48 V 184 Ah backup power by connecting two 48 V 92 Ah battery groups in parallel

TEC cooler hood (Depth: 206 mm) IBBS200D Cabinet weight 50 kg Excluding the batteries

Modules of the Cabinets


APM30H (AC power supply)
HPMI CMUA

APM30H (+24 V DC power supply)


HPMI DCDU-03 CMUA HPMI

TMC11H
CMUA

DCDU-03 EPS PMU PSU Junction box EPS48100D Junction box Junction box

IBBS200D
Power distribution box

IBBS200T
Power distribution box

In this document, the equipment appearance is for reference only. The actual equipment may differ from what is shown in the figures.

CMUA
Power box of the heating film

CMUA

Installation Scenarios
Wall

APM30H APM30H

APM30H

IBBS200D

Base IBBS200D IBBS200D

APM30H

IBBS200D

Pole Base

The scenario for the installation of the TMC11H is the same as that for the APM30H. The scenario for the installation of the IBBS200T is the same as that for the IBBS200D.

Installation Tools

Insulated screwdriver

Screwdriver (M3 to M6)

Diagonal pliers

Wrench (32 mm capacity)

Socket wrench

Torque wrench

Crimping pliers for power cables

RJ-45 crimping pliers

Wire cutter

Rubber hammer

Iron

Wire stripper

Percussion drill (16)

Heat gun

Level bar

Multimeter

Long measuring tape

Cleaner

Installation Procedure
Start

Install the Cabinets on the Base

Install the Cabinets on the Metal Pole

Install the Cabinets on the Wall

Earth Grounding the Cabinets

Install the Optional Modules

Install the Cables

Seal the Cable Holes

Install the Batteries and their Cables

Checklist for the Installation

Checking the Power-On Status

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2 Installing the Cabinets a


Installation the Cabinets on the Base

Cabinet dimensions and clearance requirements (unit: mm)


600 > 300 Cabinet 40 600 Cabinet 40 480 600 Cabinet > 60 > 300

Maximum 120

> 800

The values in the figure are not for the concrete plinth. The recommended distance between the cabinets is 40 mm, and the maximum distance between the cabinets is 150 mm. If the Noise Reduction Module (NRM) is installed, the distance between the cabinets is 150 mm.

1. Install the base.


Cast a concrete plinth.
The height of the concrete plinth must meet the heat-dissipation and waterproofing requirements of the cabinet. The concrete plinth must be 200 mm higher than the ground, and the horizontal error must be within 5 mm when the plinth is cast.

Mark the anchor points for the base.


516 19

Use a hammer drill to drill holes.

434

352 90 600 Concrete plinth 52-60 mm

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unit: mm

Concrete plinth

Do not use the hammer drill to drill holes on the concrete plinth through the holes on the base. In this way, the paint on the base may be damaged.

Install the expansion bolt assemblies.


M1260 bolt Spring washer 12 Flat washer 12 Rubber mallet Remove the spring washer, flat washer, and bolt.

Expansion tube

2 Installing the Cabinets a


Installation the Cabinets on the Base
Install the bolt with the spring washer and flat washer. Check the base level.

Adjust the base level by adding adjusting pads to the bolts between the base and the concrete plinth.

Tighten the bolts.

Remove the front cover plate.

Remove the baffle plates from both sides of the base (by removing the plate on the left as an example).

10 Remove the baffle pieces from the back

of the base.

All the three cable holes on the base can be used for cabling. You can use the cable holes based on actual requirements.

2 Installing the Cabinets a


Installation the Cabinets on the Base
2. Move the cabinet onto the base.
Choose the appropriate method to move the cabinets according to the condition on site. Here take the crane as an example.

Install the lifting lugs.

Install the ropes.

Plastic screw

Lifting lug

Maximum 90

Do not damage plastic screws. Reserve them for later use.

Move the cabinet onto the base.

Remove the ropes and install the plastic screws.

Before installing the plastic screws, clean the mounting holes to prevent scrap iron from entering.

3. Secure the cabinet onto the base.


By attaching the IBBS200D as an example, attaching the APM30H or the TMC11H or the IBBS200T to the base is the same.

M1230 Bolt4 Gasket with an oblong hole Waterproof rubber pad

Gasket with an oblong hole

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Installation the Cabinets on the Base
Remove the cover plates (2) from the top of the lower cabinet. Remove the plastic screws (x4) from the top of the lower cabinet. Stack the cabinets, and attach the cabinets with the bolts(4).
Gasket with an oblong hole

4. (Optional) Stacking two cabinets.

To ensure the waterproof performance of the cabinet, keep well the cover plates for the round hole of the cabinet.

Cover plate

M12x30 Blot (x4)

Gasket with an oblong hole

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2 Installing the Cabinets b


Installation the Cabinets on the Metal Pole
2. Remove the plastic screws (2). 1. Installing the trapezoidal rack.

Pole

Trapezoidal rack

3. Install the fastening bar.


Fastening bar

4. Remove the rubber caps from the bottom of the cabinet.


Rubber cap (4)
To ensure the waterproof performance of the cabinet, keep well the cover plates for the round hole of the cabinet.

5. Move the cabinet on to the trapezoidal rack and attach them with the bolts.

Cover plate

6. Install the U-shaped piece.


Gasket with an oblong hole M12x30 Blot (x4) Flat washer

Spring washer

Gasket with an oblong hole

When the APM30H is installed on a metal pole, grease must be covered. For details, see Appendix e on page 31.

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2 Installing the Cabinets c


Installing the Cabinets on the Wall
2. Install the expansion bolt assemblies.
Bolt Spring washer Drawing template 766 Flat washer Expansion tube 138
500 Unit: mm

1. Marking the anchor points


250 Anchor points (6)

280

3. Installing the trapezoidal rack.


M1230 Bolt 4 Wall

4. Remove the plastic screws (2).

Waterproof rubber pad

Trapezoidal rack

5. Install the fastening bar.


Fastening bar

6. Remove the rubber caps from the bottom of the cabinet.


Rubber cap (4)
To ensure the waterproof performance of the cabinet, keep well the cover plates for the round hole of the cabinet.

Cover plate

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2 Installing the Cabinets c


Installing the Cabinets on the Wall
8. Attach the fastening bar and wall.
Fastening bar Gasket with an oblong hole M12x30 Blot (x4)

7. Attach the trapezoidal rack and the cabinet.

Waterproof rubber pad

3 Earth Grounding the Cabinets


Principles for routing the PGND cables and the equipotential cables The PGND cables and signal cables cannot be bound or entangled. A certain distance must be reserved between them to prevent interference from each other.

Principles for earth grounding the cabinets:


The upper cabinets are connected to the lower cabinets with the equipotential cables. The lower cabinets are connected with the equipotential cables. The cabinet below the APM30H is connected to the grounding busbar with PGND cables.
Wiring copper bar
About the principles for earth grounding the cabinets, takes the following scenario as example.

APM30H

PGND cable (16 mm2)

Equipotential cable (16 mm2)

Grounding busbar

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4 Installing the Optional Modules a


Installing the SOU in the APM30H
1. Specification of the SOU.
Configured with the following four outlet types, the cabinets support different SOU types of different countries. The SOU is preferably installed in the bottom 1 U space of the cabinet.

European standard

American standard

Multi-purpose UK standard

2. Install the SOU.

3. Install the power cable for the SOU.

L2 PGND

SOU

N2

Installing the Heater in the APM30H


2. Install the power cable for the heater.
L0 N0

1. Install the Heater.


The heater is preferably installed in the bottom 1 U space of the cabinet.

If both the SOU and the heater are installed in the cabinet, the heater is installed above the SOU, that is, in the 1 U space next to the SOU.

Installing the Heater in the TMC11H

See Installing the Heater in the APM30H. 14

4 Installing the Optional Modules d


Installing the EMUA in the APM30H
2. Install the power cable for the EMUA. 1. Install the EMUA.

M6
PWR1

EMUA BBU LOAD7

3. Install the signal cable for the EMUA.


COM OUT

RS485 Information about the BBU, see BBU Installation Guide. Either the EMUA or the SLPU is installed.

Installing the EMUA in the TMC11H

See Installing the EMUA in the APM30H.

PWR1

LOAD7

RS485

COM OUT

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4 Installing the Optional Modules f


Installing the SLPU in the APM30H
2. Install the internal monitoring transfer cable for the SLPU.
EXT-ALM0

1. Install the SLPU.

OUT0

M6

SLPU BBU

3. Install the external dry contact monitoring and alarm signal cable

Internal monitoring transfer cable connections:

Information about the BBU, see BBU Installation Guide. Either the EMUA or the SLPU is installed.

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5 Installing the Cables


In this chapter, the color or the appearance of the equipment are for reference onlyThe actual equipment may differ from what is shown in the figures.

General principles for routing the cables 1 Different types of cables must be separately routed and cannot be bound in the same bundle. Cables in each bundle or any two bundles cannot be entangled. The cables must be bundled tightly and neatly. The jackets of the cables are not damaged. Labels or nameplates must be attached to the cables after they are installed. The cables of different types must be routed in parallel or separated by special objects. The bending radius of the cable is not less than five times of the diameter of the cable. If the length of the power cable is insufficient, replace the cable rather than adding connectors or soldering joints to lengthen the cable.

2 3 4 5 6

Installing the Power Cables (-48 V DC)

Installing the Power Cables (+24 V DC)

If the TMC11H (-48 V DC) is not configured, skip the section.

If the TMC11H (+24 V DC) is not configured, skip the section.

Install the input power cable for the TMC11H Install the input power cable for the APM30H
Remove the protecting cap of the power box of the DCDU-03. Connect the power cables. Recover the protecting cap. Remove the protecting cap of the power box of the EPS48100D. Connect the power cables. Recover the protecting cap.

NEG(-)

RTN(+) + -

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5 Installing the Cables c


Installing the Power Cables (AC Power Supply Scenario)
Remove the AC protecting cap, open the AC input power box. Connect the power cables. Recover the AC protecting cap, close the AC input power box. 200V Three-phase AC mode
PE

1. Install the input power cable for the APM30H

200V Signal-phase AC mode

110V AC mode

Move the shortcircuiting bar L1 L2 L3 N PE

L PE N

L1 L2 N PE

2. APM30H-TMC11H
Power cables for the TMC11H Power cable for the junction box

NEG(-)

TMC

L N

L3

N3

RTN(+)

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5 Installing the Cables c


Installing the Power Cables (AC Power Supply Scenario)
Power cables for the IBBS200D/IBBS200T

3. APM30H - IBBS200D/IBBS200T

Either the IBBS200D or the IBBS200T is installed. Add the power series 120 connector. For details, see "Appendix a" on page 27.

Power series 120 connector

Power cables for the fan in the IBBS200D

LOAD3

Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector

For details on how to assemble the easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector, see "Appendix b" on page 28.

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5 Installing the Cables c


Installing the Power Cables (AC Power Supply Scenario)
Power cables for the heating films in the IBBS200D

3. APM30H - IBBS200D/IBBS200T

Must route the power cables for the heating films in the IBBS200Ds into the power box of the heating film from the top down.

L1 N1

L2 N2

The power box of the heating film Prevent the wires from exposing out of the power box of the heating film.

From L2/N2

The power box of the heating film

From L1/N1

Power cables for the TEC in the IBBS200T


LOAD3 LOAD2

If the LOAD2 is already occupied, it is recommended that the fuse for the LOAD4 terminals be changed to meet the output MCB requirements for the IBBS. For details, see "Appendix c" on page 29.

From LOAD2

From LOAD3

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5 Installing the Cables d


Installing the Monitoring Signal Cables

Principles for routing the monitoring signal cables When the signal cable is routed between cabinets, coil the extra length of the cable in the base if the cable is redundant.
UEIU COM_485 The installation procedure for connecting the monitoring signal cable to the IBBS200D or IBBS200T is the same. The only difference is that the position of the CMUA in the IBBS200D differs from the position of the CMUA in the IBBS200T. COM_IN MON0

CMUA

COM_IN

COM_IN CMUA

COM_OUT COM_IN

IBBD200T

IBBD200D

IBBD200D

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6 Sealing the Cable Holes a


Sealing the Cable Holes in the Cabinets

The cable module for the IBBS200D, IBBS200T, or APM30H is the same as that for the TMC11H. When two IBBS200Ds or two IBBS200Ts are installed in stack mode, the installation of the cable module in the upper cabinet is not required.

Lead the cable through the cable hole with an aperture matching the cross-sectional area of the cable in order that the sealing is effective.

Sealing the Cable Holes in the Base


2. Seal the cable holes with fireproof clay.
Fireproof clay

1. Close the cable holes on both sides and at the rear of the base.
Baffle plate

Fireproof clay Baffle plate Fireproof clay Baffle piece PVC corrugated pipe

The fireproof clay can be used to seal the cable holes of the base. It cannot be used to seal the cable holes of the cabinet.

3. Install the front panel on the front of the base.


Check whether the paint on the cabinet surface is damaged. If the paint is damaged, repair the damaged paint, read page 30. The PVC corrugated pipe is recommended for the cable led out of the cabinet.

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7 Installing the Batteries and their Cables a


Installing the Batteries

Before installing the batteries, set the battery MCB labeled BAT to OFF to disconnect the equipment from the battery. During the installation of the batteries, use insulated tools such as wrenches and screwdrivers, and do not reversely connect the positive and negative poles. Otherwise, the batteries may burn, and the operations may cause human injuries.

EPS

Battery MCB labeled BAT

Push the baffle plate upwards until it is contact with the screws, and then tighten the screws.

Installing the Power Cables for the Batteries

Remove the protecting hood.

Install the copper bar for series connections.

Install the negative cable.

Install the positive cable.

Recover the protecting hood.

Recover the protecting hood.

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8 Checklist for the Installation a


1 2 3 4 5 6

Checklist for the Cabinet Installation


The installation position of the cabinet strictly comply with the engineering design. When the cabinet is mounted on a wall, the holes of the mounting ears are aligned with the bolt holes. The mounting ears are placed against the wall securely. When the cabinet is mounted on a metal pole, the pole fixtures are secure and reliable. When the APM30 is installed on the floor, the base is securely installed. The horizontal error of the cabinet is less than 3 mm and the vertical error is not greater than 3 mm. All the bolts are tightened, especially for electrical connections. The flat washers and spring washers are completely and properly installed. The cabinet is neat and clean. The paint on the surface of the cabinet is satisfactory. The space reserved for the user devices is covered by a filler panel. The cabinet door and the lock are functional. The gag lever post is tightened. All the labels are complete, correct, and legible.

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b
1

Checklist for the Electrical Connections


All self-made PGND cables are copper-based and have proper wire diameters. No breaking device such as the switch and fuse is allowed for the electrical connection of the grounding system, and no short circuit is allowed. According to wiring diagram of the power system, check whether the PGND cables are securely connected, whether the AC lead-in cables and internal cables are properly connected, and whether the screws are tightened. Ensure that no short circuit occurs in output and input cables. The redundant part of the power cable or PGND cable is stripped off rather than coiled. The lugs at both ends of the power cable or the PGND cable are securely soldered or crimped. The exposed wires at the wiring terminals and the lug handles are insulated by the insulating tape or heat-shrinkable tube. The flat washers and spring washers are well mounted to all wiring terminals. The connectors of each cable are securely connected, especially those at the bottom of the cabinet. All cables are neatly bound with cable ties, and arranged at even intervals, to proper tightness, and in the same direction.

3 4 5

6 7 8

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8 Checklist for the Installation b


9 10 11 12 13 14

Checklist for the Electrical Connections


The power cable and PGND cable are routed separately from other cables. The cables are distributed in a way to facilitate maintenance and capacity expansion. Both ends of each cable are legible. That is, both ends of the cable are labeled. Extra cable ties are stripped off. All cuts are smooth without sharp projections. The negative pole and the positive pole of batteries are correctly connected. According to the APM30 capacity, ensure that all the MCBs are in normal status and the MCBs for the batteries are set to ON. When the mains works without voltage or with undervoltage, the batteries can provide backup power for the APM30 cabinet.

c
1 2 3 4

Checklist for the Field Cleanliness


There are no fingerprints or other smears on the surface of the cabinet. There are no unnecessary adhesive tapes or cable ties on the cables. There are no adhesive tapes, cable ties, wastepaper, or packing bags around the cabinet. All the stuff around the cabinet is neat, clean, and intact.

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9 Checking the Power-On Status a


AC Power Supply Scenario
Start

-48 V DC Power Supply Scenario


Start

Power on the APM30H

Clear the fault

Power on the TMC11H

Clear the fault

Are the LEDs on the PSU/PMU normal?

Is the voltage of the DCDU-03 output power normal?

Is the voltage of the EPS output power normal?

Are the LEDs on the CMUA normal?

Are the LEDs on the CMUA normal?

End

End

The normal voltage range of the DC output power to the DCDU-03 is from: -43.2 V DC ~ -57 V DC The normal status of the indicators on the CMUA: RUN indicator: Blinking ALM indicator: OFF

The normal status of the indicators on the PMU: RUN indicator: Blinking ALM indicator: OFF The normal status of the indicators on the PSU: Power indicator: Steady green Protection indicator: OFF Fault indicator: OFF The normal voltage range of the output power to the EPS is from: -43.2 V DC ~ -57 V DC The normal status of the indicators on the CMUA: RUN indicator: Blinking ALM indicator: OFF

Close the Door of the Cabinets


Lock Tighten the screw to fix the locking piece to prevent the lock from rusting. Locking piece

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10 Appendix a
Assembling the Power Series 120 Connector
1. Material: power series 120 connector, contact terminal, heat-shrinkable tube, and cable. 2. Procedure for adding the contact terminal
Strip a part of the jacket off the cable so that the conductor with a length of L1 is exposed. Lead the cable through the heatshrinkable tube, and then place the contact terminal on the exposed conductor.

L1=23~25 mm

L2 L1
Conductor
When stripping the jacket off the cable, do not damage the metal conductor of the cable.

Contact terminal

Use the crimping tool to press the end of the contact terminal on the conductor.

The contact terminal should contact the end of the jacket of the cable. When placing the contact terminal on the conductor closely to the end of the jacket, ensure that the L2 part of the conductor which sticks out of the contact terminal should not exceed 2 mm.

Crimping tool

Use the heat gun to heat the heatshrinkable tube. L3=15~16 mm

Link the contact terminal to the power series 120 connector.


power series 120 connector

heat-shrinkable tube

L3

Heat gun Power series 120 connector Contact terminal

heatshrinkable tube

Heat-shrinkable tube

L3

Retaining spring

The heat-shrinkable tube cannot be exposed outside the power series 120 connector.

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10 Appendix b
Assembling the Easy Power Receptacle (Pressfit Type) Connector
1. Material: Easy Power Receptacle (Pressfit Type) Connector, contact terminal, heat-shrinkable tube, and cable 2. Procedure for adding the contact terminal
Strip the jacket off the cable according to the scale on the equipment. Use a screwdriver to push the sliding block until the in-position mark is completely exposed.

Scale

Wire of the conductor

In-position mark

7.5

+0.5 .0

Ensure that the edge of the wire is not split.

Insert the conductors into the holes. That is, insert the red cable connected to the positive pole into hole 1 and blue cable connected to the negative pole into hole 2.
Hole for the conductor Sliding block

The conductor should be in the center of the holes. The conductor should be perpendicular to the holes. The depth of the conductor into the hole should be not less than 11 mm.

Push back the sliding blocks until they are in position. Then, check whether the conductors are secure by gently pulling the cables.

The conductor is deviated from the center of the hole.

The conductor is not perpendicular to the hole.

If the conductor slides outward or the wire of the conductor is exposed outside the hole for the conductor, remove the conductor, cut the split wires, and then strip the jacket and install the conductor again.

The conductor is not perpendicular to the hole.

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10 Appendix c
Replacing the Fuse
1. Remove the extraction tool.

2. Obtain the fuse from the case.

3. Replace the fuse by using the extraction tool.


EPS Fuse Align the bulge on the extraction tool with the hole on the fuse

Fuse EPS

Remove the fuse by using the extraction tool

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10 Appendix d
Repairing the Damaged Paint
1. Codes of color samples
Object Color Name Huawei Color Code YB026 International Color Code RAL7035

Cabinets (including APM30H, RFC, TMC11H, IBBS200D and IBBS200T) Base

RAL7035

3010 light grey

YB030

Pontone 422U

2. Operation of description Polishing


In case the damaged area is stained or there is rust on the materials, the following step must be applied: Fine sand paper should be applied to polish the damaged area in order to remove the stain or rust.

Cleaning
Clean cotton cloth can be used to rub the stain or dust on the surface of the area to be polished or repaired.

Paint repair
Brushing paint of corresponding color should be applied according to the original coating. Prior to the repair, the paint should be shaken well. After that, use the small brush inside the bottle to absorb paint and evenly spread on the damaged area till the scratch/damage is covered. Note that the paint coating applied should be as thin as possible. Paint coating should not reveal any drops. The surface should be kept smooth.

Drying
The surface of the repair paint should be placed in indoor temperature for 30 minutes. After that, subsequent operations can proceed.

Quality
The color of the surface of the repair area should be consistent with that of the surrounding area, without obvious edges and bulge. Scratches and damages should be covered properly. There should not be dropped paint.

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10 Appendix e
Covering the Equipment with Grease
1. Install the cable frame in the APM30H.

2. Before installing the rubber blocks for leading out the cables, cover the surface and gaps of the blocks with grease evenly, and then insert the three blocks into the cable frame.

Grease

3. Insert the rubber caps into the cable module after covering the caps with grease, and then cover the jackets of the cables with grease before leading the cable through the cable module.

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10 Appendix f
Checking the DIP Switches

When the two PMUs are in the same monitoring line (MON0 or MON1), the monitoring address of the PMUs must be set to 3 and 4.

Check whether the PMU DIP status is correct.


The monitoring address of the PMU is set to 3.

PMU The monitoring address of the PMU is set to 4.

11 Chang History
This describes the changes in the APM30H &TMC11H&IBBS200D/T Installation Guide.
05 (2010-02-25) This is the fourth commercial release. Compared V200R003_05 with V200R003_04, Add the information about SLPU. 04 (2010-01-15) This is the third commercial release. Compared V200R003_04 with V200R003_03, Add the information about the SOU and the heater. 03 (2009-12-30) This is the second commercial release. Compared V200R003_03 with V200R003_02, Update the information about how to install the cabinets. 02 (2009-09-30) This is the first commercial release. 01 (2009-08-10) This is the draft release.

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