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Distributed Multi-Service Platform

ONU 400A Cabinet

Installation and Operating Instructions

AN00099067 (62.1014.410.83-A001)
Edition f, 10.2002

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01/02/1028 08.03.2002Dreyer
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Contents

Contents
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General
1.1

Preface ...................................................................................................................................... 9

1.2

Dangers and warnings ............................................................................................................... 9

1.3

Description............................................................................................................................... 12

Technical Characteristics and Overviews
2.1

General data ............................................................................................................................ 15
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4

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Mechanical dimensions ...................................................................................................
General ............................................................................................................................
Electrical data ..................................................................................................................
Transport, storage and operation ....................................................................................

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2.2

Torque table............................................................................................................................. 18

2.3

Fuses ....................................................................................................................................... 19

2.4

As delivered state .................................................................................................................... 20

2.5

Cabling..................................................................................................................................... 23

Installation
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Cabinet .................................................................................................................................... 28
3.1.1 Cabinet installation for cable insertion from the top......................................................... 28
3.1.2 Cabinet installation for cable insertion from the bottom................................................... 30
3.1.3 Exchanging the locking cylinder ...................................................................................... 31

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Potential equalization............................................................................................................... 32
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4

3.3

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Telecommunication cables ...................................................................................................... 34
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5

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Enclosure potential equalization ......................................................................................
Main potential equalization ..............................................................................................
Grounding rails for telecommunication cable shields ......................................................
Mounting sequence of the potential equalization ............................................................
Mounting sequence - cable feedthrough from top ...........................................................
Mounting sequence - cable feedthrough from bottom .....................................................
Mounting telecommunication cable terminations.............................................................
MDF-Net terminal strip assignment ................................................................................
Patching FO cable connections .......................................................................................

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Support module ....................................................................................................................... 39
3.4.1 Description of the Support module .................................................................................. 39
3.4.2 Configuring the PSD-T .................................................................................................... 40
3.4.3 Mounting the PS-AC/DC in the Support module ............................................................. 41

3.5

Batteries and battery fuse ........................................................................................................ 44
3.5.1 Mounting the batteries ..................................................................................................... 45
3.5.2 Connecting the batteries.................................................................................................. 47

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230 V power supply (PCB) ...................................................................................................... 50
3.6.1 Requirements regarding the building’s cable infrastructure ............................................ 51
3.6.2 Connecting the 230 V power supply cable ...................................................................... 51

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Completion of Mounting Work

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Commissioning
5.1

Displays on the Support module and ONU subrack ................................................................ 55

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Contents
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Controls on the support module............................................................................................... 56
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4

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Operating status: 230 V available....................................................................................
Fault: 230 V missing ........................................................................................................
Commissioning with 230 V ..............................................................................................
Commissioning without 230 V .........................................................................................

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Commissioning ........................................................................................................................ 58
5.3.1 Commissioning with the 230 V supply voltage available ................................................. 59
5.3.2 Commissioning with battery voltage ................................................................................ 61

5.4

Description of the PSD-T module ............................................................................................ 63
5.4.1 Functions ......................................................................................................................... 63
5.4.2 Signal processing ............................................................................................................ 63
5.4.3 Control and monitoring .................................................................................................... 63

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Maintenance
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Maintenance work on the cabinets .......................................................................................... 67

6.2

Checking the batteries ............................................................................................................. 67

6.3

Replacing the batteries in service............................................................................................ 68

6.4

Replacing the PS-AC/DC with the ONU switched off .............................................................. 69

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Patching Subscribers
7.1

General .................................................................................................................................... 71

7.2

Subscriber assignment in the MDF system for ONU 400A...................................................... 72

7.3

Assignment of subscriber interfaces on ONU connecting panel.............................................. 74
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7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
7.3.6
7.3.7
7.3.8
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SU-16-ab, SU-16-Uk0 and SU-16-Uk0Q .........................................................................
SU-4-Uk2 .........................................................................................................................
SU-VAR8 with SUB-1-NRT .............................................................................................
SU-2-HDSL......................................................................................................................
SU-4-DuWa .....................................................................................................................
SU-VAR8 with SUB-1-ab4...............................................................................................
SU-VAR2 .........................................................................................................................
SUC-4-ADSL ...................................................................................................................
SUC-8-ADSL ...................................................................................................................
SU/SUC-8-SDSL .............................................................................................................

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........................... 2-3 Fig.................................. FO cable termination (outdoor cable) .................. Overall cabling of the PCB........................................................................................ Front view of the ONU 400A cabinet with cabling .... Arrangement of cable 17 and degassing tubes for SBS 60............ 3-4 Fig............ 5-4 Fig.......................... Cable connection to painted surfaces.............................. Arrangement of SBS 15................................... 3-1 Fig.. 62...................................................................................................... Main dimensions of the ONU 400A cabinet.................. Transport fixing and mounting the levelling feet .... Transport fixing and mounting of levelling feet ........................... 2-7 Fig........................................................... Rear view of the ONU 400A cabinet with cabling (cable entry from bottom).. Wiring of the PS-AC/DC module........................ 30 and 40.......................................................................... MDF-Net distributor: Terminal strip numbering scheme ....................... Cable connection to grounding rail .......................................... ............................... Arrangement of SBS 60 batteries in the battery recess.......... 3-17 Fig.......................................... 3-15 Fig................ as-delivered state...................................................... Wiring of the Support module ......................................................Figures Figures Fig............. 1-1 Fig......... Front view of the Support module........................................................... 3-23 Fig.. Battery wiring and position of degassing tubes for SBS 15.... 3-8 Fig........ 2-4 Fig................ 2-8 Fig...................................... 3-14 Fig.................................................. 30 and 40 batteries in the battery recess................................................................. 5-5 Fig....................... 3-19 Fig......................... Setup on concrete floor........................ Block diagram of the PSD-T module ...................... 3-12 Fig......................................... 5-1 Fig...... PS-AC/DC in the Support module ......... Patching between MDF-System and MDF-Net............................... 3-9 Fig.......... 2-6 Fig......................... 2-2 Fig............................................................................................................................1014......................................... 3-20 Fig....................... View of battery fuse socket............................................. 30 and 40 ....................................................................... 3-18 Fig............................ 2-1 Fig........................................ 3-7 Fig...... 5-2 Fig........... Rear view of the ONU 400A cabinet with cabling (cable entry through roof).......... ONU 400A cabinet (top view) ..................... Setup on a double floor ........................................ Arrangement of cable 17 and degassing tubes for SBS 15............................ Copper cable termination... 3-6 Fig........................................................ 3-5 Fig. switches and connectors on the PSD-T module .......... Overview of the 230 V / 48 V power supply........ cable entry through roof............... Rear view of the ONU 400A cabinet............................................................. Front view of the Support module....................... 2-5 Fig........................................................... Hybrid cable connection (outdoor cable) ..................... 3-22 Fig..... 3-21 Fig............... 3-16 Fig........................................ 3-10 Fig................... PS-AC/DC in the Support module ........................................................................ 5-3 Fig. Fuses................................................................... 3-2 Fig................................................... Rear view of the ONU 400A cabinet. Front view of the ONU 400A cabinet............. 3-11 Fig........410................ SBS 60 battery wiring and position of degassing tubes............ 3-3 Fig.. cable entry from bottom .................................................. 7-1 ONU 400A cabinet...........................................................................spacings..................................................................................83-A001 12 15 16 20 21 22 24 25 26 29 29 31 31 32 33 35 36 37 38 39 41 41 42 42 44 45 46 48 48 49 49 50 55 58 64 65 65 71 -5- .................................................................................................................. 3-13 Fig................

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1014. fuses and 1 socket ID Identification.Abbreviations Abbreviations Abbreviation Meaning AnLe Terminal strip for 10 wire pairs BGT Subrack (ONU 400A Subrack) CCU Central Control Unit of the ONU CMM STM-1 module of the ONU (Optical Common Module) DA Wire pair EBP Earth Bonding Point EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility EDI External Device Interface EVU Power Suppy Company Frame Distribution Frame Fuse box Module for accommodating automatic circuit breakers.83-A001 -7- .network MDF-System Main distribution frame . Identifier IF Interface LMT Local Maintanance Terminal LWL (FO) Fiber-optic cable Hybrid Combined fiber-optic and copper cable (Hybrid cable) MDF-Net Main distribution frame .410.system (Distributor for subscriber interfaces to the ONU subrack) MSV5 Implementation of the Central Distribution Node CDN in the scope of the Distributed Multi-Service Platform DMP ONU Optical Network Unit PE rail Potential Equalization Rail PSD-T Power and Signalling Distribution Module PS-AC/DC AC/DC power supply module of the ONU PS-DC/DC DC/DC power supply module of the ONU PCB Power Connection Box for 230 V mains voltage PG Steel tube thread 62.

Abbreviations Abbreviation Meaning QLT Optical Line Termination (sub-system of ANS AON) Q3P Preliminary Q3 (cf. preliminary QD2 Network Management Interface of Deutsche Telekom AG ServiceOn Access Marconi Network Management System for control and monitoring SISA Supervisory and Information System for local and remote Areas SU Service Unit (module type / AON ONU) TMU Test and Measurement Unit of the ONU TrLe Terminal strip for 10 wire pairs TSAP Transport Service Access Point -8- 62.410. 3rd level. QD2). Q-interface.83-A001 .1014.

the present manual must be carefully read before carrying out work and must be accessible in the station at any time. The system must be installed and maintained only by qualified and authorized personnel (maintenance personnel as per EN60950! Grounding Dangerous electrical voltages! Improper grounding can apply dangerous electrical voltages to housing parts. 1. 62.83-A001 -9- .g. power supply modules.1014.2 Dangers and warnings Voltages Dangerous electrical voltages! The supply voltage is 230 V AC.410. The battery and operating voltage is 48 V DC.General 1 General 1. Danger of burns! Some parts can have high operating temperatures.1 Preface These installation and operating instructions are intended to help the fitter during his work. For this reason. e. They include basic instructions which must be observed during installation. mounting and commissioning.

83-A001 .General Batteries There is a danger of explosion when the batteries are charged! The degassing tubes must always be routed in an ascending position to ensure free gas flow along its entire length. If the battery-backed equipment is installed in weather-protectedrooms. No smoking! No naked flame. Waste batteries which are not returned to the recycling process must be handled as hazardous waste and disposal must comply with all valid regulations.1014. The volumetric air flow depends on the size of the installed battery capacity. hot ash or sparks are permitted in the vicinity of the battery! Note the warning signs and the battery logbook! Danger of acid burns! The electrolyte in the batteries is highly corrosive! Block batteries are very heavy! Install on a level surface! Only use suitable transport devices! During installation. make sure than the rooms are sufficiently ventilated. the unit complies with Laser Class 1 conditions. Laser radiation is invisible! -10- 62. Laser CAUTION! Laser radiation! When operated as a closed system.410. ensure that the batteries are not defective or have been stored too long.

RECYCLING After mounting work is completed. dry any module which shows signs of condensation.83-A001 -11- . it may lead to the destruction of the module. If you fail to heed this warning.General CAUTION! Components sensitive to electrostatic discharge! Please note the handling instructions! Whenever you work on or with the modules. 62. dispose of packaging material in compliance with regulations. be sure to wear your grounding bracelet and connect it to the EBP pushbutton (yellow label)! Do not remove the protection caps from unused terminals! CAUTION! Ventilation! Do not place any objects or documents on the ONU subrack. CAUTION! Condensation! Before mounting.410. They will impair air circulation.1014.

batteries. The ONU 400A cabinet is composed of the following main components: Indoor cabinet. subscriber and operator interfaces. climate module as well as connecting and patching panels for telecommunications cables. ONU 400A subrack with ONU modules.410. power supply.1014.83-A001 .3 Description The ONU 400A cabinet represents the transmission unit between the subscribers and the transmission network. It provides the network. Fig.General 1. 1-1 -12- ONU 400A cabinet 62.

This type of cabinet is accessible both from the front and rear side. Floor In the front part of the floor there is a battery recess.83-A001 • The cables are inserted through the roof through three cable inserts sealed with foamed material. the cabinet can be mounted on a support (option) with a height of 100 mm or 200 mm. equipment support. The hinges are on the righthand side. The lock itself is fitted with an exchangable locking cylinder. Exchanging the door hinges is easily possible. Doors/ door contact switches The doors have an opening angle of > 90°. the joints are invisible. With the door closed. The equipment supports and panels are provided with a mounting hole pattern of 25 mm for securing the modules. climate module. Versions Two cabinet versions are available: • Version with cable entry from the top • Version with cable entry from the bottom for mounting on double floor Roof The roof is provided with 4 transport eyelets which can be replaced by 4 roof fixing screws. Support If required. It is made of lacquered steel sheet. Cable feedthrough Depending on the cabinet version. Document pocket A pocket appropriate for accommodating DIN A4 documents is located on the inner side of the front door. there are the ONU subrack. if necessary. Potential equalization The cabinet is provided with cable holders with grounding rails and a potential equalization rail (PE rail). hybrid and copper cables) and patching devices for the subscriber interfaces. Behind the front door. mounting rails and panel for facilitating the installation of the various equipment units. power supply and batteries. doors. Each cabinet side is equipped with a door contact switch for monitoring purposes. Door lock Both doors have a three-point locking system with bascule bolts. there is a degassing tube for battery degassing.General Cabinet The Indoor Cabinet is designed for normal indoor conditions. • If the cables are entered from the bottom. it is equipped with a frame to which the side panels. Mounting frame On its inside. there are the telecommunication cable terminations (FO. The four levelling feet for a secure installation of the cabinet are supplied in the accessories bag and are to be screwed in during the on-site installation work. On its inside.1014. -13- . the bottom plates can be shifted depending on the space requirements. roof and base plate are secured.410. On the roof. Behind the rear door. the cables are inserted into the cabinet from the top or bottom: 62. the cabinet is pre-fitted with a support rack. They can be locked from the outside by means of a hinged pattern handle.

General Protection type The cabinet equipped with modules meets protection class IP10 in compliance with EN 60 529.1014.83-A001 . ESD protection For all works on the modules.410. an earth bonding point is provided on the equipment support to which the grounding bracelet must be connected. without heating (optional) • Support module for 48 V power supply • Batteries for emergency powering Additional units can be mounted for special applications. Standard units The cabinet includes the following standard units: Special units -14- • ONU subrack for accommodating subscriber modules • Climate module with ventilator and heating • Fan module with ventilator. 62.

Technical Characteristics and Overviews 2 Technical Characteristics and Overviews 2.410.1 General data 60 2.1. 2-1 Main dimensions of the ONU 400A cabinet 62.1 Mechanical dimensions 800 602 Equipment support (front) 2004 500 Mounting frame (center) 100/200 502 Support (optional) Side view Front view 190 530 Top view Fig.1014.83-A001 -15- .

410.spacings -16- 62.Technical Characteristics and Overviews (Wall) 1200 Working area Opening angle > 90 ° Cabling side (rear) Equipment side (front) 1200 Opening angle > 90 ° Working area (Wall) Fig. 2-2 ONU 400A cabinet (top view) .83-A001 .1014.

5 mm² 2.2 General Weight of a fully equipped cabinet: approx. to RAL 7032 Life: 15 years 2. socket) 25 A characteristic B 4 mm² Without fuse box (Support module with PS-AC/DC.1014.1.410. IP10 EN 60 950 62.1.3 Electrical data Equipment safety: EN 60950. storage and operation The following standards are applicable to transportation.4 Transport. the following approximate values are applicable to a selective protection of the power supply circuit with fuses: Loads depending on equipment Fuse Crosssection With fuse box (Support module with PS-AC/DC. Climate module with heating. 50 to 60 Hz (± 10 %) Power consumption: Power consumption Loads Support module with PS-AC/DC 1200 W Heating 600 W Socket 1840 W Fuse protection of the power supply circuit: Depending on whether the cabinet is equipped with a fuse box or not.83-A001 -17- .1 Storage: ETS 300 019-1-2 Class 2.Technical Characteristics and Overviews 2.1 Operation: ETS 300 019-1-3 Class 3. FAN module without heating) 16 A characteristic B 2. storage and operation: Transportation: ETS 300 019-1-1 Class 1. protection class 1 Supply voltage: 230 V AC ± 15 %.1 (operating altitude: up to 2000 m) Protection class: EN 60 529.1. 300 kg Operating temperature range: +5 oC to +40 oC Colour: Pebble-grey acc.

410. battery recess in equipment support M6 Screw in cage nut Mounting plates to mounting frame 6 ± 0.0 ± 0.2 Nm M8 Screw in battery threaded socket Connection of battery types SBS 30. steel.2 Nm M8 Hexagon nut Connection of battery type SBS 15 3.5 Screw to DIN 7981 in mounting plate.2 Nm M8 Screw on grounding rail Potential equalization connecting cable to the grounding rail.2 Nm 1 2 ) ) -18- Only when using this module.5 mm thick Components to mounting plates Borehole diameter: 4. steel Fuse socket to bracket 180 ± 5 Ncm ST 5.0 ± 1. support subrack. steel Fuse box to adapter bracket 120 ± 5 Ncm M4 Screw in threaded nozzle.6 + 0.2 Nm M6 Screw in insert nut Fixing the PS-AC/DC in the Support module 6.9 ± 0.Technical Characteristics and Overviews 2.5 ± 0.0 ± 0.8 Nm ST 5. steel PCB to mount 120 ± 5 Ncm M5 Screw in threaded nozzle.2 Nm 2) 7.2 Nm 40 Ncm 3. 2.5 Screw to DIN 7981 in mounting profile. connection of grounding wires of telecommunication cables 8. 2. Climate module.2 Torque table Observe the torques listed in the table below for all service and installation works described in chapter 3: Connection Application Torque External mechanical connections M 12 x 20 Roof fixing screws Roof fixing screws 40 ± 2. aluminium alloy.1014.1 M6 Screw in cage nut Subrack.0 Nm M8 Screw on PE rail Potential equalization connecting cable to the PE rail 8. The groove torque of this screw is 320 Ncm to 450 Ncm.5 Nm Electrical connections M8 Screw on frame Potential equalization connecting cable to the frame upright 11.5 mm thick Mounting plate to rack 6.0 Nm M 12 x 20 Transport eyelets Transport eyelets for cabinet mounting 40 ± 2. 40 and 60 5.0 ± 0.9 ± 0.83-A001 .0 Nm 40 ± 2 Ncm Inner mechanical connections M 3 x 10 Lens screw Battery spacer M3 Screw in solder nut Mounting bracket for remote power supply unit 1) M4 Screw in threaded nozzle. 62.0 Nm M 6 / M 8 Connection adapter in battery threaded socket Connection adapter for battery type SBS 15 3.

Fuses available in the fuse box: Fuse box F2 F3 (F6) F 4 F 5 X 92 F2 16 A/B PS-AC/DC in Support module F3 6 A/B Climate module F4 10 A/B Power outlet X92 F5 16 A IN10 mA Fault current protection switch for X92 power outlet (FI power outlet) F6 10 A/B 230 V AC for optional units These fuses are included in the delivery scope of the fuse box.1014.0 A/H -UB for battery control AN00 844 139 F51 not used Battery fuse: F10 F 30 A Fuse for 48 V DC on equipment sup.3 Fuses The fuse box includes the fuses and fault current protection switch as well as a socket.410.6 A/H -UB to Climate module AN00 844 140 F23 T 1. 62.83-A001 -19- .AN00 026 710 port above batteries (right) Note The fuses on the PSD-T module may be exchanged only with the system switched off (BATT and 230 V power supply = OFF). AN00 083 486 Fuses on the PSD-T module: F20 M 30 A -UB to subrack input filter AN00 482 431 F21 M 30 A -UB from PS-AC/DC AN00 482 431 F22 T 1.6 A/H -UB to Climate module AN00 844 140 F24 M 10 A -UB for remote power supply (optional) AN00 482 427 F25 T 1.Technical Characteristics and Overviews 2.6 A/H -UB to Climate module AN00 844 140 F1 T 1.

83-A001 . 2-3 Front view of the ONU 400A cabinet.1014.Technical Characteristics and Overviews 2.4 As delivered state Depending on the customer’s requirements. the cabinet can be delivered with additoinal mounts for FO splice cassettes. FO patch panels or additional pre-mounted units and patching rails.410. Frame upright Door contact 19/1 Fuse box PCB 8 20 1 ** 7/2 Mount for splice cassettes 6 4 5 ONU 400A subrack (without modules) Equipment support Frame upright Equipment support 10 11 Climate module 500 3 2 PS-AC/DC 10 PSD-T Support module 500 1 Battery fuse 16 15 Legend: ** optional Cable number . as-delivered state -20- 62.+ 14/2 Battery recess Temperature sensor Fig. The ONU 300A cabinet configurations depicted below are only examples.

1014.83-A001 -21- . strips 10 x AnLe Frame upright Mount with splice cassettes Legend: ** optional Cable number Fig. strips 7/2 MDF-Net w/o termin.Technical Characteristics and Overviews Cable Degassing nozzle Cable entry Door contact Degassing tube Cable holder with grounding rail 28 PE rail Support rack 8 ** 10 x AnLe 10 x AnLe 10 x AnLe MDF-System with termin. 2-4 Rear view of the ONU 400A cabinet. cable entry through roof 62.410.

Technical Characteristics and Overviews Degassing nozzle Support rack Frame upright 10 x AnLe 10 x AnLe 8 10 x AnLe MDF-System with termin.83-A001 . cable entry from bottom -22- 62.1014. 2-5 Rear view of the ONU 400A cabinet. strips Degassing tube 10 x AnLe Door contact 6 ** Mount with splice cassettes 7/2 PE rails 28 Cable holder with grounding rail Cable entry Legend: ** optional Cabel number Cable Fig. strips MDF-Net w/o termin.410.

5 Cabling Cables and wires Cable Equipment/component Equipment/component no. cable 20 is not required. pre-mounted L = Local. certain cables and additional wires may be premounted in the factory.1014. from to Connector Fuse box PSD-T X1 3 4 PSD-T PSD-T X30 X2 5 6/* 7/2 PSD-T Subrack panel PSD-T X40 A1-N1 X20 8 10 Fuse box Fuse box 11 14/2 PSD-T PSD-T X6 X4 Climate module X6 Batteries and fuse socket 15 PSD-T X7 Battery housing 16 PS-AC/DC X4 Battery housing 17 18 Battery pole(s) 19/1 20 28 31 2) -/-/-/- PSD-T Fuse box Grounding rail at cable holder. cable 1 is replaced by cable set 31.83-A001 -23- . cables to be installed on site /* = 1 to n.= Cable without a number. cabinet PCB Potential equalization of building MDF-Net 230 V power supply PS-AC/DC PS-AC/DC X1 X2 Battery pole(s) ONU subrack 230 V power supply 48 V system power supply EDI control line 48 V subrack power supply EDI control file Subscriber ports Grounding of the 48 V power supply via the positive pole Potential equalization 230 V power supply Climate module 48 V fan control 48 V power supply with fuse Temperature sensor line with sensor (for battery capacity) Temperature sensor line with sensor (for battery charging characteristic) 3 connecting cables FO cable TX/RX PS-AC/DC ONU subrack.Technical Characteristics and Overviews 2. input filter ONU subrack MDF system PE rail X3 V1 Door contact PCB PE rail Signalling line (2x) 230 V power supply Potential equalization F F F L 1) 230 V power supply F L PE rail Climate module X5 Mounting Connector 1 2 FO patching cassettes Function PS-AC/DC PE rail MDF-System PCB Q1 X1 X1 Main potential equalization Patching 230 V power supply F F L L F F L F F F F F F F L F L L L L L L L Legend: F = Factory. 2) In case of cabinets without fuse box. depending on version 1) If additional cable clips are required. to be mounted on site -/. Cables required for optional units are included in the corresponding delivery scopes. 62. Depending on the delivery terms agreed and project planning.410. Cable 15 is already connected to PSD-T. Cable 17 is included in the battery kit and not connected before the installation of the battery. In this case.

Technical Characteristics and Overviews Cabling after installation Degassing nozzle Frame upright Door contact Fuse box 19/1 PCB 230 V mains cable 8 10 7/2 1 6 ** Mount for splice patch modules 20 5 4 Subrack panel ONU 400A subrack Equipment support Frame upright Equipment support 10 1 11 Climate module 500 Legend: optional **Cable number 3 2 PS-AC/DC PSD-T Support module 500 -/.410. 2-6 Front view of the ONU 400A cabinet with cabling -24- 62.without number Temperature sensor Battery fuse Degassing tube 15 14/2 16 17 - + - + - + 4 12-V-Batteries - + Battery recess Fig.83-A001 .1014.

Technical Characteristics and Overviews -/.without number 10 x AnLe 10 x AnLe 7/2 10 x AnLe optional ** Cable number MDF-System with term. 2-7 Rear view of the ONU 400A cabinet with cabling (cable entry through roof) 62.83-A001 -25- .1014.410. strips Frame upright Fig. strips Legend: MDF-Net w/o term.Main potential equalization Cable Degassing nozzle Cable entry Door contact 28 Cable holder with grounding rail PE rail 8 Degasssing tube ** Mount for splice cassettes ** Splice cassettes 6 10 x AnLe Support rack Frame upright Support rack -/.

2-8 Rear view of the ONU 400A cabinet with cabling (cable entry from bottom) -26- 62. strips Degassing tube 10 x AnLe 10 x AnLe Doorcontact Support rack Support rack Frame upright 6 Frame upright ** Splice cassettes ** Mount for splice cassettes Legend: optional ** Cable number -/.410.1014. strips MDF-System with term.Technical Characteristics and Overviews 10 x AnLe 10 x AnLe MDF-Net w/o term.without number 7/2 8 PE rail Cable holder with grounding rail 28 Cable feedthrough plates Cable -/.83-A001 .Main potential equalization Fig.

3.3 Grounding rails for telecommunication cable shields page 33 3.2 Hybrid cable page 36 3.2 Connecting the 230 V power supply cable page 51 62.3 Copper cable page 37 3.2 Mounting sequence .2.2 Connecting the batteries page 47 3.1 Description of the Support module page 39 3.1.3.4.cable feedthrough from top page 34 3.6 230 V power supply (PCB) page 50 3.5 Batteries and battery fuse page 44 3.2 Potential equalization page 32 3.3 Telecommunication cables page 34 3.1 Mounting sequence .1 Mounting the batteries page 45 3.6.4.2.3.6.1 Requirements regarding the building’s cable infrastructure page 51 3.1.1014.410.3.3.2 Main potential equalization page 32 3.cable feedthrough from bottom page 34 3.4 Support module page 39 3.1 Cabinet installation for cable insertion from the top page 28 3.3.4 Mounting sequence of the potential equalization page 33 3.5 Patching FO cable connections page 38 3.3.5.2.4 MDF-Net terminal strip assignment page 38 3.1 FO cable page 35 3.3 Mounting telecommunication cable terminations page 35 3.1 Cabinet page 28 3.3.1 Enclosure potential equalization page 32 3.3 Mounting the PS-AC/DC in the Support module page 41 3.3.83-A001 -27- .2.4.3.Installation 3 Installation Work steps Activities see 3.3.5.2 Cabinet installation for cable insertion from the bottom page 30 3.2 Configuring the PSD-T page 40 3.

After setup. The cable feed should be flush with the openings in the cabinet roof. Lift the cabinet and make sure that it will not fall down. Set up the cabinet in the desired place and level it out by means of a spirit level.83-A001 . Remove all packaging material. the transport eyelets on the roof can be replaced by -28- 62. When working with a hoisting crane.1 Cabinet installation for cable insertion from the top 1. 3. The fixing screws are no longer required. 2-2). 5.1014.410. operation and service tasks (see Fig. • Remove and dispose of the packaging material. • Set up the cabinet. 7. • Transport the cabinet to the installation site. Ensure that there is enough space for installation.1. • Check the double floor of the installation site for its hole in the bottom plate required for cable insertion from the bottom. Depending on the version. 4. 6. the cables are inserted into the cabinet either from the top or from the bottom. Basic procedure Versions • Check the transport path to the installation site for the necessary heights. • Open the doors.1 Cabinet The cabinet is mounted on the floor of the operating room. Dazu die Nivellierfüße von außen mit einem Werkzeug drehen. 2. • Check the installation site for sufficient stability. It is delivered standing on a pallet or laying in a chest which must be transported to the installation site by means of an appropriate transportation vehicle. Screw the levelling feet into the floor threads (angle connector of frame upright). • Check the installation site for a sufficient ventilation (battery gases). 8. Den Schrank am Aufstellungsort aufstellen und mit einer Wasserwaage einnivellieren.Installation 3. 3. Die Kabelzuführung sollte mit den Öffnungen im Schrankdach in einer Flucht liegen. securely connect the cargo gear with the transport eyelets. The delivery scope includes a complete mounting kit with all parts required such as the levelling feet for the floor and the roof fixing screws. • Prepare the installation site. 9. Remove the cabinet from the transport pallet. To do this. if necessary. turn the levelling feet from the outside using an appropriate tool.

90° Concrete floor Fig. 3-1 Setup on concrete floor Fixing on transport pallet Mounting the levelling feet Cabinet Transport pallet Nut Transport fixing screw Fig. The transport eyelets can be replaced by roof fixing screws. 3-2 62.83-A001 Levelling foot Transport fixing and mounting of levelling feet -29- .410. For the tightening torque of the roof fixing screws.1014. please refer to the torque table on page 18.Installation appropriate roof fixing screws.

Move the cable feedthrough panels towards each other. the transport eyelets on the roof can be replaced by appropriate roof fixing screws.410. The delivery scope includes a complete mounting kit with all parts required such as the levelling feet for the floor and the roof fixing screws. Note that the openings in the floor must lie exactly below the cable entry in the cabinet bottom plate. Remove the cabinet from the transport pallet. Set up the cabinet in the desired place.1014. The fixing screws are no longer required. 6. 2. 4.Installation 3. 5. please refer to the torque table on page 18. When working with a hoisting crane. securely connect the cargo gear with the transport eyelets. Level the cabinet out by means of a spirit level. 3.83-A001 . Remove all packaging material. Lift the cabinet and make sure that it will not fall down. turn the levelling feet from the outside using an appropriate tool. 8. Simultaneously insert the cables through the bottom plate opening.2 Cabinet installation for cable insertion from the bottom 1. -30- 62. To do this. 7. After installation. Screw the levelling feet into the floor threads (angle connector of frame upright).1. For the tightening torque of the roof fixing screws.

90° Double floor Fig. 3-3 Setup on a double floor Fixing on the transport pallet Mounting the levelling feet Cabinet Transport pallet Nut Transport fixing screw Fig.Installation The transport eyelets can be replaced by roof fixing screws. a locking system).1014.g.83-A001 -31- . 3-4 Levelling foot Transport fixing and mounting the levelling feet 3.1.410. 62.3 Exchanging the locking cylinder It is recommended to replace the site locking cylinders delivered by a safety locking cylinder (e.

The potential equalization rail (PE rail) is located near the cable entry. using a toothed washer).1014. 3-5 Cable connection to painted surfaces 3. 3.Installation 3. -32- 62. i. The connection point is marked with a grounding symbol. the painted layer must be fully penetrated (e. possibly painted surface Fig. cable lug and strain washer). In case of painted surfaces. The cable used for this purpose must have a cross-section of at least 16 mm2 and is connected to the PE rail in the cabinet.2 Main potential equalization Using the main potential equalization rail. the potential equalization cables must always be mounted using a cable lug.g.e. ensuring that they are protected against coming loose (e. Set up all grounding connections. on the left top or left bottom side.83-A001 .2.1 Enclosure potential equalization On painted surfaces. Observe the tightening torques (see Torque table). Screw or threaded bolt Nut Strain Potential equalization wire with cable lug Toothed washer Cabinet housing. toothed washer and strain washer to ensure a safe electrical contact. All connections temporarily disconnected during installation must be reconnected properly after installation work is finished.410.g.2 Potential equalization Dangerous electrical voltages! Improper grounding can apply dangerous electrical voltages to the enclosure.2. the cabinet is connected to the potential equalization rail of the building.

83-A001 -33- .4 Mounting sequence of the potential equalization 1. This is possible only in the scope of telecommunication cable mounting works (see Section 3. 2. 62. 3-6 Cable connection to grounding rail 3. Secure the cable lug by means of a toothed washer and strain washer.Installation 3.2. Set up a main potential equalization.1014. the grounding rail must be connected to the PE rail using a further connecting cable for each additional holder. Using grounding cables. a connecting cable is routed and connected between the grounding rail and PE rail.3 Grounding rails for telecommunication cable shields The cable holder is composed of a mounting rail for telecommunication cables and a grounding rail. 3.410. Connect the telecommunication cable shields to the grounding rail. Set up a housing potential equalization in the cabinet. In case of additional cable holders mounted on site. the telecommunication cable shields are connected to the grounding rail (see Torque table).2.3). For each cable holder mounted in the factory. M8 screw Strain washer Potential equalization wire with cable lug Toothed washer Grounding rail Fig.

the cable insertion described below is slightly different (e. Attach the cables to cable holders using 2 crossed strap retainers. 7. 4.2 Mounting sequence . Sort the incoming cables. Connect copper and FO conductors of telecommunication cables. • With indoor cables. In case of a double floor.3. Insert the cables taking cross-sections and destination into account. Connect the grounding wires of telecommunication cables to the grounding rail. -34- 62.cable feedthrough from top 1. no seal. Connect copper and FO conductors of telecommunication cables. Cut off overlengths of more than 5 m as from the inner side of the cabinet. The cutting dimensions are identical. 5.Installation 3.3. provide sufficient cable overlength for a later re-positioning of the cabinet. no grounding wires). 3.g. Mount the cable terminations (seals and grounding wires). Re-mount the cable entry panels. 3. 2. 6. 6. Mount the cable terminations (seals and grounding wires). Sort incoming cables. Connect the grounding wires of telecommunication cables to the grounding rail.1014. 8. Cut off overlengths of more than 5 m as from the inner side of the cabinet. the cables must be sorted according to cross-sections and destinations. 2.410.cable feedthrough from bottom 1. 5. 3. Insert the cables taking cross-sections and destination into account. 4. 7. Attach the cables to cable holders using 2 crossed strap retainers. 3.3 NOTE Telecommunication cables • Do not cross the cables near the cable feedthrough.83-A001 . • If not specified otherwise.1 Mounting sequence .

3 Mounting telecommunication cable terminations This section describes the installation of the telecommunication cable terminations. 9. Strip the cable using an appropriate cutting knife and cutting tool. 7. Set up the grounding connection by means of the FO grounding kit. Mark the 400 cm cutting point on the outer sheath of the FO cable.3. Note the bending radii specified for FO cables and conductors. 3-7 CAUTION FO cable termination (outdoor cable) 1.1 FO cable FO cable Seal FO trunk Single optical fiber 400 cm Grounding wire Fig. Remove the filling compound by means of a clean cloth.83-A001 -35- . 62.410.3. Hybrid cables Hybrid cables must be shortened to a length of 400 cm.Installation 3. FO cable The FO cable must be shortened to a length of 400 cm.1014. 10. Route and screw the grounding wire to the grounding rail (observe the values indicated in the Torque table). 6. 3. The dimensions indicated are approximate lengths measured as from the cable holder. 4. Copper cable Copper cables must be shortened to a length of 250 cm. 2. Install and secure the splice cassettes. 8.3. Mount the seal. Protect the FO trunk using a spiral tube. 5. 3. Place the optical fibers in the FO splice cassettes according to the splicing plan and splice them.

g. Remove the filling compound by means of a clean cloth.Installation 3. 5 wire pairs Hybrid cable Seal Single optical fiber FO trunk 400 cm Grounding wire Fig. Set up the grounding connection by means of the FO grounding kit. 12. 3-8 CAUTION Hybrid cable connection (outdoor cable) 1. 6. 7. press them onto the profile bars and press in the wires by means of the appropriate tool.83-A001 . Protect the FO trunk using a spiral tube. Route the trunk determined for terminal strip 1 of the MDF-Net to the top. 13. 3.1014.3. 8. 10. 11.410. 14. Continue to connect the wire pairs to terminal strips 2 to x. 5. Mount the seal. Mark the 400 cm cutting point on the outer sheath of the hybrid cable. Place the optical fibers in the FO splice cassettes according to the splicing plan and splice them. 2. Press terminal strip 1 onto the profile bars underneath the two upper spacers. -36- 62. Place the appropriate tool on the wire inserted and press it in with a short push. 9. Strip the cable using an appropriate cutting knife and cutting tool.2 Hybrid cable e. Note the bending radii specified for FO cables and conductors. 4. Install and secure the splice cassettes. secure it and connect the individual wires according to specifications.3. Route and screw the grounding wire to the grounding rail (observe the values indicated in the Torque table).

7. 9. 11.410. Continue to connect the wire pairs to terminal strips 2 to x.1014. Place the grounding wire on the nut and fix it using a second nut. Route the trunk determined for terminal strip 1 of the MDF-Net to the top. Push a threaded bolt through the punched cable sheath. Press terminal strip 1 onto the profile bars underneath the two upper spacers.3. 14. 10. 12. 4. Place a toothed contact plate onto the base plate.Installation 3. 15. Mark the 250 cm cutting point on the outer sheath of the copper cable. Strip the cable using an appropriate cutting knife and cutting tool. press them onto the profile bars and press in the wires by means of the appropriate tool. Place the appropriate tool on the wire inserted and press it in with a short push.3. 8. 13. Push an insulating plate up to the transverse marking underneath the base plate. Remove the filling compound by means of a clean cloth. 5. Using a cable sheath cutter. Route and screw the grounding wire to the grounding rail (observe the values indicated in the Torque table). Cover the tongue cut into the cable sheath with insulating tape up to 10 mm over the sheath opening.83-A001 -37- . secure it and connect the individual wires according to specifications. cut a 50 mm long and 25 mm wide tongue into the cable sheath and punch it with a hole diameter of 6 mm. Mount the upper cover plate with its wider side pointing towards the sheath opening and secure it by means of a nut.3 Copper cable Copper cable Wire pair 250 cm Grounding wire Fig. 3. 2. 62. 6. 3-9 Copper cable termination 1.

3. The pigtails are routed through the patching eyelets.3. strip 22 Termin. strip 21 Termin. strip 19 Termin. strip 9 Termin. strip 29 Termin. strip 12 Termin. strip 12 Termin. strip 20 Termin. -38- 62. strip 10 Termin. strip 1 (175) (55) Spacers Copper cables Fig. strip 11 Termin. strip 40 (175) Termin. Do knot kink FO pigtails.1014. strip 2 Termin. strip 19 Termin. strip 22 Termin.5 Patching FO cable connections Patching takes place either directly from the FO splice cassettes or the FO patch panel with pigtails (E2000 plug) to the CMM module in the ONU subrack.410. strip 32 Termin. strip 21 Termin. CAUTION Observe the bending radii for FO cables.83-A001 . strip 1 (55) (175) (175) Termin. strip 39 Termin. The connection to the CMM module in the ONU subrack is set up during the commissioning process.Installation 3. strip 2 Termin. 3-10 MDF-Net distributor: Terminal strip numbering scheme 3. strip 29 Termin.4 MDF-Net terminal strip assignment Termin. strip 32 Termin. strip 31 Termin. strip 30 Termin. strip 31 Termin. strip 39 Termin. strip 30 Termin. strip 40 Termin. strip 20 Termin. strip 10 Termin. strip 11 Termin. strip 9 Termin.

The PS-AC/DC is mounted in the left-hand section of the Support module.4 Support module 3. PS-AC/DC The PS-AC/DC module generates the 48 V DC operating voltage from the 230 V AC voltage made available. 3-11 Front view of the Support module 62.Installation 3. The green "Power" LED is located on the left-hand side of the front panel. It is covered with a front panel.410.4. Marconi Power [PS-AC/DC] Batt off Batt on Support-Module xxx Quick-snap locks Fig.83-A001 -39- . PSD-T The ’Power and Signalling Distribution’ (PSD-T) module distributes the different 48 V operating voltages and monitoring signals. Two openings on the right-hand side of the front panel permit access to the "Batt on“ and "Batt off“ buttons using a screw driver. Moreover.1014. it controls and monitors the battery charging process as well as the Climate module.1 Description of the Support module The Support module is composed of the following units: • Support subrack with front panel • Power supply PS-AC/DC • Power and Signalling Distribution PSD-T Support subrack with front panel The Support subrack is used to accommodate the PS-AC/DC and PSD-T modules. The green "Power" LED displays the operating status of the power supply.

2 Configuring the PSD-T The S 50 switch (Dip-fix switch element) is used to adjust a heat exchanger alarm signal transmitted to the monitoring system.Installation 3.1014. However. the cabinets described in the present document are not equipped with such a heat exchanger. -40- 62.4.83-A001 .410. 5-4) must be open. Setting • Without heat exchanger: Switch S 50 on the PSD-T board (see Fig.

right Fig.left (connector side) Side view .4. the supply voltage to the cabinet must be switched off. 3-12 PS-AC/DC in the Support module Lug Lug Opening for cable entry X1 1 X2 3 2 Relay K1 2 16 3 PSD-T module PS-AC/DC X4 X3 16 1 Front panel Fixing screws Connector side Cable no. LED Front view Ferrite X2 X4 Flap ferrite X1 X3 Side view .1014.Installation 3. Do not insert or extract the PS-AC/DC connectors live! Only plug and unplug cables on the PSD-T and replace fuses with the power switched off! NOTE If necessary.410.83-A001 -41- .3)! In case of cabinets without fuse box.3 Mounting the PS-AC/DC in the Support module Dangerous electrical voltages! The fuse F2 in the fuse box must be OFF (see Section 2. Top view WT S50 Batt on/off Fig. Then it is easier to mount the PS-AC/DC module. remove the Climate module. 3-13 Wiring of the Support module 62.

the work steps described below apply to cable 31 and not to cable 1. 2. Plug the connector of cable 2 (from PSD-T) into connector X2 and secure it by means of screws. Place cable 16 under cable 3 and route both cables in the direction of -42- 62.Installation Wiring and mounting NOTE In cabinets without fuse box. 9. 4. 3-15 Wiring of the PS-AC/DC module 7.83-A001 . 8. 1.left Fig.1014. cable 31 is provided instead of cable 1. Ferrite X2 X4 Screw 2 2 16 X3 3 Side view . Screw the ferrite holder to the power supply using screw 2. 6. In this case. Slacken screw 1 on the rear side of the PS-AC/DC power supply. 10. Slacken screw 2 on the left-hand side of the power supply.410. Screw 1 Rear view Fig. Plug the connector of cable 3 from the PSD-T into connector X3 and secure it by means of screws. 3-14 PS-AC/DC in the Support module 5. Push cable 16 of the battery temperature sensor down through the bottom opening of the subrack. Push cable 1 through the bottom opening. Screw the cable clamp on the connecting cables to the power supply using screw 1. Undo the quick-snap lock on the front panel of the Support module and remove the front panel. Plug cable 16 from the battery temperature sensor into connector X4 and secure it by means of screws. 3.

410. 3-13) from the fuse box on the right of the guiding rail through the bottom opening of the PS-AC/DC subrack.1014. Secure cable 1 behind the flap ferrite by means of another strap retainer. Then mount the flap ferrite on cable 1. Secure the PS-AC/DC module to the Support subrack by means of two screws. Plug the connector of cable 1 into connector X 1 of the PS-AC/DC module and secure it by means of screws. These strap retainers shall fix the flap ferrite in position. Secure cable 1 by means of a strap retainer mounted at a distance of at least 5 mm from the connector.Installation the power supply. 62. Push the front panel onto the Support module from the top and secure it using the quick-snap locks. 16. 12. 15. make sure you do not squeeze any cables! 17. 11. Route cable 1 (see Fig. 13. 14. 18.83-A001 -43- . Danger of short circuits! When you push in the PS-AC/DC module. Carefully push the PS-AC/DC module back under the lugs between the left outside panel and the right guiding rail.

It is delivered in a separate accesssories bag.Installation 3. 3-16 View of battery fuse socket The battery fuse socket is pre-mounted in the factory to the equipment support. enter the commissioning date of the batteries in the battery logbook. Battery fuse Only insert the battery fuse on commissioning (see section 5. the batteries can be stored for only 6 months! When replacing the batteries. Do not replace single batteries! CAUTION Document any downtime in the battery logbook along with the date of the next recharging. With previous charging. Dispose of damaged batteries in accordance with environmental regulations! The unit can be commissioned without mains voltage.00MP and in this chapter.553. When the system is not in operation. preventing partial discharge. This only partially discharges the batteries. 6 months. Listen for the clear switching noise of the load relay. It reduces the permissible storage time of max.3). Battery replacement -44- The in-service battery replacement is described in Chapter 6.1014.7034.83-A001 . disconnect it from the power supply and immediately press the BATT_OFF button on the PSD-T to switch off the batteries. Cable tie for removing the fuse F10 Battery fuse Equipment support Fig.5 Batteries and battery fuse Observe the warning and instructions on the batteries. Make sure no batteries are installed or put into operation for which the recharging deadline has been exceeded (see battery logbook) (also see „Dangers and warnings“ auf Seite 9). Used batteries may only be replaced in sets (4 pieces) and with the same production date.410. Mounting plan Mounting the batteries and degassing tubes is described in the mounting plan 12. 62.

Installation 3. 2. the batteries can be arranged in different ways in the battery recess. 30 and 40 batteries in the battery recess 62. 6. Strap retainer for temperature sensor Spacers Strap retainer for temperature sensor Fig.1014. If necessary. Dispose of packaging material properly. 4. 7. Use a waterproof pen.1 Mounting the batteries 1. 3-17 and Fig. Remove the batteries from the packaging and make a visual inspection for any mechanical damage. 3-17 Arrangement of SBS 15.83-A001 -45- . Later these strap retainers are used to attach the temperature sensors. Place the batteries in the battery recess.5. Mount the screws of the spacers in the battery recess depending on the battery type used (observe values specified in Torque table). enter the commissioning date or date for necessary commissioning of the batteries in the log book. 3-18) and push them slightly together.410. 8. Put two strap retainers around the batteries (as shown in Fig. Check whether the last charging session was more than 6 months ago. 5. Arrangement of batteries Depending on their size. The required installation material is contained in the battery kit set. Attach the battery logbook on the front side of the battery. 3.

1014.83-A001 . 3-18 Arrangement of SBS 60 batteries in the battery recess -46- 62.Installation Strap retainer for temperature sensor Spacer Strap retainer for temperature sensor Fig.410.

Installation

3.5.2 Connecting the batteries
CAUTION

When you are wiring up the batteries for the first time, make sure
that relay K1 on the PSD-T in the Support module is not blocked by
any lines or wires. You can ascertain this by a visual check or by
switching over this relay manually (see Fig. 5-4).

Connection process

With battery type SBS 15, a M6/M8 connection adapter is screwed
into the M6 threaded socket of the battery. The cable lug is attached
using a washer, strain washer and M8 nut (observe values specified in
Torque table).

With battery types SBS 30, SBS 40 and SBS 60, the cable lug is
attached directly to the M8 threaded socket of the battery using a
washer, strain washer and M8 screw (observe values specified in
Torque table).

Danger of short circuits and electric arcs!
Always connect and disconnect the positive pole first! Do not work
with uninsulated tools!
1. Grease the battery poles using the supplied battery grease.
2. With battery type SBS 15, screw the connecting adapter onto the battery poles (observe value specified in Torque table).
3. Using cable 17 interconnect the batteries in series depending on their
arrangement.
4. Connect the black end of cable 14/x to the left negative pole of the battery set.
5. Connect the red end of cable 14/x to the positive pole of the right battery.
Temperature sensors

6. Place the two temperature sensors with their cable loops on the middle of the right and left battery (cable 15 on left, cable 16 on right battery).

Caution

7. Fix the temperature sensor lines in position by means of the
strap retainers.
The temperature sensors must firmly lie on the battery casings,
since they are used to control the battery charging voltage.

Degassing tubes

8. Mount the four 175 mm degassing tubes on the nozzles of the four
individual batteries and connect them with T-pieces. Push the two
130 mm degassing tubes onto the free ends of the T-pieces. Now
interconnected the free ends by means of another T-piece and mount
the last degassing tube (approx. 2000 mm long).
9. Mount all tubes in the direction of the degassing nozzle located on the
right-hand side of the roof panel.
Danger of explosion!
Degassing tubes must always be mounted in the ascending direction. Free gas flow must be ensured over the complete length.

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SBS 15, SBS 30 and SBS 40 battery wiring and connection

Degassing nozzle
(roof)
Degassing tube
Cable 14/*
Cable 15
Cable 16

Degassing tube

Strap retainer

Cable 14/*
Spacers
48 V connecting cable Temperature sensor

Temperature sensor
Cable 17
Battery interconnecting cables

Fig. 3-19 Battery wiring and position of degassing tubes for SBS 15, 30 and 40

Connecting adapter
only for SBS-15 battery
from M6 to M8 thread

to degassing nozzle
(roof)
Degassing tubes

Cable 17
Battery interconnecting cables

Battery

Battery

Battery

Battery

Strap retainer

Battery recess

Strap retainer

Spacers

Fig. 3-20 Arrangement of cable 17 and degassing tubes for SBS 15, 30 and 40

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SBS 60 battery wiring and connection
Degassing nozzle
(roof)
Degassing tube

Degassing tube

CAble 14/*
Cable 15
Cable 16

Spacer
Temperature sensor
Cable 14/*
48 V connecting cable
Cable 17
Battery interconnecting cable

Temperature sensor
Cable 17
Battery interconnecting cable

Fig. 3-21 SBS 60 battery wiring and position of degassing tubes

Degassing tube

to degassing nozzle
(roof)

Cable 17
Battery interconnecting cable

Battery

Battery

Strap retainer

Battery recess

Spacer

Strap retainer

Fig. 3-22 Arrangement of cable 17 and degassing tubes for SBS 60

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3.6

230 V power supply (PCB)
Dangerous electrical voltage!
Work on the 230 V power supply may be executed only by authorized and instructed specialists!
Always observe the relevant regulations!
Up to the commissioning process, all fuses must remain switched
off. This particularly applies to the fuse for the mains cable of the
building.
The PCB represents the interface to the 230 V connection of the power
supply company. It is attached in the upper right section on the mounting
panel by means of an intermediate plate and includes three terminal
strips with two independent terminals each.

Cable guiding rail
at support rack

PE N L1
GN/YE

GN/YE
BU

BU

BK

BN

230 V mains cable

PG screws

Cable 20

Fig. 3-23 Overall cabling of the PCB
The 230 V mains cable may be connected only when cable 20 (230 V
cable to fuse box) has already been connected in the PCB.
The maximum permissible conductor diameter of the 230 V mains cable
is 3 x 4 mm2.
NOTE

In case of cabinets without fuse box, cable 20 is replaced in the factory by cable set 31 with a ferrite ring core. The cable set connects
the PCB directly to the PS-AC/DC module.
In case of cabinets with a fuse box, the ferrite ring core is pre-mounted in
the fuse box (as delivered state).

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2. FAN module without heating) 16 A characteristic B 2. Switch of the automatic circuit breaker of the building’s distribution system. Switch off all fuses available in the fuse box. Tighten the PG screws. socket) 25 A characteristic B 4 mm² Without fuse box: (Support module with PS-AC/DC.6. Connect the mains cable to the building’s power supply network. 3. 62.6. 5. which protects the mains cable.Installation 3.1014. the following approximate values will be applicable for a selective protection of the power supply circuit: Sinks depending on equipment Fuse Crosssection With fuse box: (Support module with PS-AC/DC.2 Connecting the 230 V power supply cable Dangerous electrical voltage! 1.g. 4. • Connection switchable by means of a CEE connector.5 mm² 3. Depending on whether the cabinet is equipped with a fuse box or not. Connection options Fuses/cable cross-sections Connections to the 230 V power supply network: • Permanent connection: Disconnection possibility must be provided (e. Climate module with heating. automatic circuit breaker). Connect the mains cable to the PCB. Secure the mains cable to the support rack up to the cable entry (top or bottom).1 Requirements regarding the building’s cable infrastructure The main potential equalization must have been implemented (see page 32).410.83-A001 -51- .

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installation plans and battery documents into the bag provided for this purposes on the inside of the cabinet door. 14. 3. 10. Put the mounting and operating instructions. 11. 12. Check all lines for damages. Do not place any objects or papers on the ONU subrack. They will implair air circulation. 7. carry out the following inspections. Check the degassing tubes (for damage or incorrect laying).1014. Ensure that the nozzle is not blocked so that the gases can escape. Remove cable residue as well as mounting material and tools no longer required from the cabinet. Check all plug connectors for firm seat. 2. Visual inspection for correct positioning of cables at the cable rails.Completion of Mounting Work 4 Completion of Mounting Work On completion of the installation work. 1. Check dismounted PE lines for correct re-mounting. Check all electrical connections for firm seat. Close the cabinet doors. During commissiong. Check all mechanical connections for a firm seat. 62. Visual inspection for correct cable feedthroughs in the roof or bottom plate. Turn the lock and remove the key. 5.410. 8. 9. They must ensure free gas flow. Check the torques of newly mounted devices using the Torque table on page 18. These tubes must be mounted continuously rising up to the degassing nozzle in the roof.83-A001 -53- . 13. 4. Check the PE lines for firm seat using the Torque table on page 18. please note that partially discharged batteries have a strongly reduced storage capability and must be completely recharged within two weeks (see battery log book). The ONU is now prepared for commissioning. 6.

83-A001 .410.Completion of Mounting Work -54- 62.1014.

• "Power" LED on: normal operation of the PS-AC/DC module • "Power" LED off: fault or no mains voltage • "Power“ LED flashes: battery test running Marconi Power [PS-AC/DC] Batt off Batt on Support-Module xxx Quick-snap locks Fig. This LED indicates the operating status of the ONU.1014.1 Displays on the Support module and ONU subrack CAUTION Whenever you work on the modules. 62. always connect a working potential equalization wire between you (the fitter) and the housing.83-A001 • "RUN" on: Normal operation of the ONU • "RUN" LED off: Fault in the ONU or no voltage -55- . Support module The PS-AC/DC power supply module is equipped with a green "Power" LED which indicates its operating status.410. Connect this wire to the EBP terminals (yellow label) on the housing. 5-1 Front view of the Support module ONU subrack The front panel of the ONU subrack is provided with a green "RUN" LED (on the CCU).Commissioning 5 Commissioning 5.

no 230 V supply voltage): "Power“ LED on the Support module is off.2 Controls on the support module "Batt on" and "Batt off" button The PSD-T board of the Support module provides the two "Batt on“ and "Batt off“ buttons. 5. They are used to activate or deactivate the batteries via relay K1 (see Fig. • "Batt on" button: no effect (the batteries are already connected). the battery is switched on again. Both the ONU and fans are powered by the batteries ("RUN“ LED on the ONU is on). The batteries are switched on via relay K1 and are powering both the ONU and fans.1 Operating status: 230 V available Both the 230 V supply voltage and 48 V operating voltage provided by the PS-AC/DC in the Support module are available. The "Power" LED on the Support module and the "RUN“ LED on the ONU are on. • -56- "Batt on" button: Switches on the batteries permanently via relay K1. CAUTION As soon as the "Batt off" button is released.1014.2 Fault: 230 V missing The 48 V operating voltage from the PS-AC/DC of the Support module is missing (e.g. • CAUTION "Batt off" button: Switches the batteries permanently off via relay K1. "RUN" LED on the ONU is on.2. The ONU is switched off and the communication links are cut! As soon as the 230 V supply voltage and thus the 48 V operating voltage from the PS-AC/DC of the Support module are again available.2.410. 5-3).83-A001 . 5-2 and Fig. 5. the batteries are automatically and permanently switched on via relay K1 (charging status). The batteries are permanently connected via relay K1 (charging status). 62.Commissioning 5. • "Batt off" button: disconnects the batteries via relay K1 (as long as this button is pressed).

2.3. 5. Both the ONU and fans are powered by the batteries ("RUN" LED on the ONU is on). As soon as the 230 V supply voltage and thus the 48 V operating voltage from the PS-AC/DC of the Support module are available.3 Commissioning with 230 V The relevant procedure is described in section 5.2. • "Batt off“ button: Switches the batteries permanently off via relay K1.4 Commissioning without 230 V The 48 V operating voltage from the PS-AC/DC of the Support module is not available (e. 62.1014. the batteries are switched on automatically and permanently via relay K1 (charging status). the batteries must be switched off again by means of the "Batt off" button in order to prevent their discharging (see „Completion of Mounting Work“ on page 53). • "Batt on" button: Switches the batteries permanently on via the relay.1. The ONU can be aligned and commissioned.410.g. The batteries have not been switched on via relay K1. 230 V supply voltage missing): The "Power" LED on the Support module and the "RUN" LED on the ONU are off.Commissioning 5. On completion of the commissioning process.83-A001 -57- .

The ONU subrack is not yet equipped with modules. Further documents such as operating instructions as well as a complete Operator Manual for the LMT are available for the ONU. Then execute the commissioning steps as described in section 5.3. Before starting the commissioning process.410.83-A001 .2. CAUTION Do not remove dust and protection caps mounted on D-SUB connectors not used on the ONU subrack panel.1. Subrack panel ONU subrack Power PS-DC/DC 230 V Power F3 F2 Fuse box Climate module Heating Support module 48 V PSD-T 230 V 48 V PS-AC/DC Battery fuse 48 V PCB Battery 230 V Fig.3 Commissioning Prerequisites After completion of the assembly and a final check of the work executed. 5-2 -58- Overview of the 230 V / 48 V power supply 62. the ONU can be taken into operation.3. If you have not yet connected or switched on the 230 V voltage provided by the power supply company. you can still carry out a preliminary commissioning process in accordance with section 5. ensure that the 230 V supply voltage is available.Commissioning 5.1014.

The ONU modules are initializing themselves: The lasers on the CMM module are activated automatically.3. 2. The green LEDs of the Support module and the PS-DC/DC power supply module must be on.410. These modules can be inserted live. The "Power“ LED of the PS-AC/DC of the Support module extinguishes. The power supply must now be taken over by the batteries: the green LED ("Power“) of the PS-DC/DC board must be on. First mount the CCU module and then the CMM and TMU modules. 4. 5. Switch on again fuse F2 in the fuse box. After the successful initialization. switch off fuse F2.83-A001 -59- . The red LEDs of all modules must extinguish on completion of the initialization process. the green LEDs of the CCU ("RUN“) and PS-DC/DC ("Power“) must be on. The power supply is now taken over again by the Support module (PS-AC/DC). Plug the battery fuse into the corresponding fuse socket. switch on again fuse F2. 8. In the fuse box. 11. The green "Power“ LED on the Support module (PS-AC/DC) must be on.Commissioning 5. In the fuse box. Then press the "Batt off" button on the Support module (PSD-T). 9. The "Power“ LED is on. 6.1014. In the fuse box. 3. this operating status shall not last longer than 10 minutes. In order to avoid an unnecessary discharging of the batteries. Now mount the PS-DC/DC power supply module. Be sure to switch off the supply voltage first! The battery fuse must not yet be plugged in! CAUTION 1. 7. In the fuse box. switch off fuse F2. Only the red "S-FAIL“ LEDs on the CMM modules must remain on as long as the FO cables are not connected. 10. This switches the ONU to its basic status for the commissioning process. 62. The "Power" LED extinguishes. switch off again fuse F2.1 Commissioning with the 230 V supply voltage available CAUTION The PS-DC/DC power supply module in the ONU subrack may be plugged in or pulled out only with the power switched off. switch on the 230 V supply voltage for the Support module by means of fuse F2 and the supply voltage for the enclosure heating by means of fuse F3. In the fuse box.

activate the Signal Structure window and call up the Control option.1014. During this time. Mount the SU module as specified. (The battery type can be checked under Signal Structure . check-mark the "End of cascade" box for case a) and the "Ring" box for case b). select "Download".83-A001 . of the MSV5 subrack) The OLT ID can also be set via the ServiceOn Access system. the initialization takes about 5 minutes. 14. On completion of the initialization.410. 21. From the file directory. 20. Adjusting the operating mode 18.) d) for ServiceOn Access (ServiceOn Access port) 16. 13. select the LMT menu item "Module". Make sure that any access to the system by the Network Management does not shut down the system due to partially discharged batteries.Control NUControl . For this purpose. select the file for the battery type used. In the "NUControl Network Connection" form displayed.First check the operating mode adjusted. the LMT or ServiceOn Access Network Management System must not send any commands to the ONU.Battery Test). enter the following IDs: a) ONU ID b) OLT ID (manufacturing no.Commissioning NOTE Depending on the equipment with modules. The battery data can be loaded to any ONU card slot. The modules initialize themselves. connect the LMT to connector F4 on the ONU connecting panel. Opening this file starts the download process. Otherwise. -60- 62. 12. The ONU is in operation. Open the Equipment view and enter the following addresses under NE Information: a) Internet addresses b) TSAP IDs (Q3P) c) for QD2 agent (SISA address no. 19. Connect the FO pigtails to the CMM modules. if a) an ONU starts up at the end of a cascade when commissioning is carried out with 1 CMM and b) an ONU starts up in a ring or in the middle of a cascaded when commissioning is carried out with 2 CMMs. The red "S-FAIL“ LED extinguishes. Start up the Operator Terminal session. From the options displayed. The operating mode is automatically adjusted correctly. In the “NUControl“ form. 17. Mount the front panel and secure it by means of two screws. 15. The ONU can now be accessed by the ServiceOn Access Network Management System.

The ONU modules initalize themselves: The lasers on the CMM module are activated automatically. Plug the battery fuse into the corresponding fuse socket. enter the following IDs: a) ONU ID b) OLT ID (manufacturing no. select the LMT menu item "Module". 8.2 Commissioning with battery voltage CAUTION NOTE Never plug in or pull out the PS-DC/DC power supply module in the ONU subrack live. Open the Equipment view and enter the following addresses under NE Information: a) Internet addresses b) TSAP IDs (Q3P) c) for QD2 agent (SISA address no. Now mount the PS-DC/DC power supply module. From the options displayed. Press the "Batt on“ button on the PSD-T board of the Support module. First switch off the supply voltage! Ensure that the battery fuse has not yet been plugged in! 1. The modules initialize themselves. the green LEDs on the CCU and PS-DC/DC modules must be on. switch off fuse F2. On completion of the initialization. For this purpose. connect the LMT to connector F4 on the ONU connecting panel. 9. Only the red "S-FAIL“ LEDs available on the CMM modules must remain on as long as the FO cables have not yet been connected. select "Download". The green LED of the PS-DC/DC module must be on. 13. 6. During this time. These modules can be mounted live.3. (The 62. 10. First mount the CCU module. 4. The ONU. 11. of the MSV5 subrack) The OLT ID can also be adjusted via the ServiceOn Access. The red LEDs of all modules must extinguish on completion of the initialization process. In the “NUControl“ form.) d) for ServiceOn Access (ServiceOn Access port) 12. Depending on the equipment with modules. Opening this file starts the download process. From the file directory. then the CMM and TMU modules. After the successful initalization.The battery data can be loaded to any ONU card slot.410.83-A001 -61- .1014. the initialization takes about 5 minutes. 5. 7. 3. PSD-T and fans are now battery-powered. In the fuse box. select the file for the battery type used. 2. Start up the Operator Terminal session.Commissioning 5. the LMT or ServiceOn Access Network Management System must not send any commands to the ONU. Mount the SU module as specified.

15. Access from the Network Management System is then possible.Commissioning battery type can be checked under Signal Structure . -62- 62. switch on the fuses F2 and F3.83-A001 . check-mark the "End of cascade" box for case a) and the "Ring" box for case b). CAUTION 19. The ONU is switched off. 17. This prevents damage to the batteries.Battery Test). It is started up automatically as soon as the 230 V mains voltage is switched on. 18. activate the Signal Structure window and call up the Control option. The operating mode is automatically adjusted correctly. On completion of the commissioning process. 16. press the "Batt off" button on the Support module in order to avoid a discharging of the batteries. The red "S-FAIL“ LED extinguishes. if a) an ONU starts up at the end of a cascade when commissioning is carried out with 1 CMM and b) an ONU starts up in a ring or in the middle of a cascaded when commissioning is carried out with 2 CMMs. The partially or completely discharged batteries must be fully recharged within maximally two weeks (update the battery logbook. if necessary). Otherwise.1014. The ONU is now ready for operation. In the fuse box. The "RUN" LED extinguishes. Mount the front panel and secure it by means of two screws.Control NUControl . First check the operating mode adjusted. In the "NUControl Network Connection" form displayed.410. Connect the FO pigtails to the CMM modules. Adjusting the operating mode 14.

if available (X50) – PS-AC/DC signalling (X30) – Optional units (X3). F51) • Monitoring the cable to the Climate module (X6) • Monitoring the cable to the heat exchanger. if available. 1. 5. a heat exchanger is normally not provided. if available. F23. 5.83-A001 -63- .e. • Control circuit for the batteries (X4): – Batt on/off buttons for service purposes – Deep-discharge protection: Response threshold at UBatt ≤ 40.1 Functions The PSD-T (Power and Signalling Distribution) fulfills the following functions: • Distribution of the 48 V (X1) operating voltage to: – Fan in Climate module (X6) – Fan in heat exchanger (optional) (X50) 1 – ONU subrack (X2) – Batteries (X4) – Optional units (X3).2 Signal processing • Combination of the various External Device Interface (EDI) signals and routing them to the ONU (X40): – Door contacts (X5) – Temperature sensor for battery capacity control (X7) – Fan monitoring in the Climate module (X6) – Fan monitoring in the heat exchanger.4.4 Description of the PSD-T module 5.Commissioning 5. • Grounding the positive pole of the 48 V distribution via the PE rail (X20) • Monitoring the fan fuses (F22. • Control and monitoring of the fan speed in the heat exchanger (X50). even with those not implemented.4. F25. Here the module is described with all its functions.1014.5 V ± 0.3 Control and monitoring • Control and monitoring of the fan speed in the Climate module (X6) At a temperature of ≤ +3 0C.410. the heater is activated automatically and the fans are operated at high speed. if available. 62. In case of Indoor applications.5 V Activation at UBatt ≥ 47 V ± 1 V if the charge voltage from the PS-AC/DC is available.4. i.

410.Commissioning Heat exchanger (optional) Climate module X82 26/1 (optional) -/- 11 F25 T 1.1014.6 A F23 T 1.5 A F24 M 10 A X6 X 50 X3 ONU subrack EDI X 40 5 ONU subrack UBAT 48 V power supply S50 X1 2 X2 Heat exchanger alarm signal ON/OFF +UB 4 Climate control ϑ X5 F 21 M 30 A Door contact 19 PS-AC/DC X3 -UB F1 T 1A K1 X 30 3 K1 S 10 Batt on S1 Battery control PS-AC/DC X2 F 20 M 30 A Batt off X 20 X7 7 PE rail = Cable number X4 15 Temperature sensor on battery housing - 14/* + 48 V to battery with battery fuse /x = Cable number depending on version Fig.6 A F22 T 1.6 A F51 T 2. 5-3 -64- Block diagram of the PSD-T module 62.83-A001 .

5-4 Fuses.410. switches and connectors on the PSD-T module 62. only testing cables fitted with their original connectors may be used.83-A001 -65- . Using banana plugs would damage the high-power sockets. sensor Fig. sensor Ensure that this relay contact is freely movable.F25 F22 F51 T 1.6 A /L BATT OFF Commissioning Cable 14/* 48V from battery Cable 7/x to PE Potential equalization rail Cable 26/1 48V to heat exchanger X6 X50 Cable 2 Cable 4 48V to ONU subrack (+UBATT/-UBATT) RELAY TEST Cable 11 Fan control ONU temp.1014.5 A /H X4 X14 BATT ON S10 Heat exchanger Alarm ON/OFF X20 Cable 22 S1 S50 X2 F23 48 V from PS-AC/DC M 30 A M 30 A X1 M 10 A X11 F20 F21 48 V to optional equipment For checking the functions of the PSD-T module. X30 K1 Cable 3 EDI to PS-AC/DC X13 X5 X12 X40 Cable 19 Door contact Cable 5 X7 EDI to ONU subrack Cable 15 Battery temp.6 A /L T 2.0 A /H F1 T 1.6 A /L T 1. F24 X3 CAUTION T 1.

Commissioning -66- 62.83-A001 .1014.410.

Seal the cleaned surface with touch-up paint. 4. continuity and free degassing. Check the door hinges for easy movement und spray them with suitable lubricant. 8. Check the locks for easy movement. Check that there are no objects or papers on the ONU subrack blocking air circulation.2 Checking the batteries Check the batteries against the valid maintenance plan (capacity measurement by ServiceOn Access/LMT) and replace them if necessary. if necessary. Replace them.410. continuity and continuous rise. Clean or repair them. Check the cabinets for external damages from foreign objects. if required. 2. Check the function and locking of the doors. Check the full length of the degassing tubes for damage. 6.83-A001 -67- . 5. 6.Maintenance 6 Maintenance 6. 9. 1. if required. Check the degassing noozles for damage. Check the cable entries for damages or dirt.1014.1 Maintenance work on the cabinets It is recommended to check the cabinets at regular intervals. 62. Check all seals for damage and replace them. Spray all moving lock internals with suitable lubricant. 7. 3. if necessary. if necessary. Remove traces of dirt and corrosion.

1.3). All the batteries in the battery set must have the same date of manufacture. -68- 62. chains. Remove the electrical connections in the following order: . 2. Keep the button pressed until you have removed the battery fuse F10 from the battery fuse socket. The battery logbook for the new batteries is in the separate package and must be completed/updated. If there is no entry in the logbook.5.Maintenance 6. Before you start repair work on the batteries.2! CAUTION Only replace a complete set of batteries (4 units = 1 set). Take the batteries out of operation.negative pole . remove the old battery papers from the document bag and replace them by the new papers. Dispose of spent batteries in accordance with environmental regulations. Only use batteries of the type which is entered for the system on commissioning using the LMT or ServiceOn Access (see section 5.battery connector 3. NOTE 4. Remove the degassing tubes and disconnect the temperature sensors. The batteries are switched on again. Danger of electrical arcs! Disconnect the batteries by pressing the "Batt off" button. enter the date of manufacture (battery casing) as the most recent charging date. Release the "Batt off“ button. Danger of short circuits and electrical arcs! Always slacken the positive pole first and screw it on last! Take care when working with uninsulated tools! If necessary.3 Replacing the batteries in service Dangerous electrical voltages! The 230 V supply voltage is switched on. 6. After installing the new batteries.410. watch). 5. Carry out the installation and wiring of the batteries and connect the degassing tubes depending on the battery type. Disconnect the batteries.83-A001 .1014. make sure you interrupt the electrical connections to the batteries by pressing the "Batt off" button on the Support module! Please refer to the description of how the buttons work in section 5. Affix the safety stickers to the front side of the batteries. remove any jewellery (rings. as described in section 3.positive pole . Start the batteries: Press the "Batt off" button and keep it pressed until the battery fuse F10 has been plugged in the corresponding fuse socket.

1014. switch on fuse F2. Replace the PS-AC/DC. The PS-AC/DC of the Support module is switched off and the green "Power“ LED extinguishes. The PS-AC/DC is activated and the green "Power" LED comes on.3.83-A001 -69- . 4. Switch on the batteries. Danger of electrical arcs! Press the "Batt off" button and keep it pressed until you have plugged in again the F10 battery fuse! 5. Mount the replacement card as described in section 3. Update the battery entries in the LMT. In the fuse box.410. The battery supply is deactivated and the ONU is switched off. 6. 62.4 Replacing the PS-AC/DC with the ONU switched off Dangerous electrical voltages! Only qualified and authorized specialists may work on the 230 V power supply! Observe the relevant regulations! 1. CAUTION The communication links are interrupted! Danger of electrical arcs! Keep the "Batt off" button pressed and remove the F10 battery from the fuse socket! This prevents the battery supply from being switched on accidentally. 2.4. 3.Maintenance 7. switch off fuse F2. Press the "Batt off“ button. In the fuse box.

Maintenance -70- 62.1014.83-A001 .410.

410. It depends on the SU modules mounted.Patching Subscribers 7 Patching Subscribers 7.83-A001 MDF-System 1 MDF-System Patching between MDF-System and MDF-Net -71- .1014. The tables below give an overview of this assignment. 7-1 62.1 General Patching subscriber interfaces is carried out using patching lists. they may not be patched for safety reasons (danger of overvoltages for the SU ports). CAUTION If the subscriber connecting cables in the ONU subrack are terminating on card slots not equipped with SU port modules. Observe the subscriber assignment on the MDF system. Guiding rings 1 MDF-NET Patching wires MDF-Net Fig.

1014. Terminal strips for 10 wire pairs are used. <italics>: Subscriber number of the module mounted in card slot X when the subrack is equipped with 2-wire subscriber modules. SUB-1-NRT and SU-4-DuWa.Patching Subscribers 7. please refer to the assignment lists in section 7.2 Subscriber assignment in the MDF system for ONU 400A The following table gives an overview of the assignment of subscriber ports on the Service Unit to the terminal strip number in the MDF system.410. SU-2-HDSL. For the other interfaces. -72- 62.3.83-A001 . the a-wire is always connected on the left and the b-wire on the right. NOTE In the table below. the subscribers are referred to as #n. In the MDF system strip assignment. the subscriber assignment for 2-wire interfaces is indicated for 16 subscriber interfaces. With SU-4-Uk2. SUB-1-ab-4.

21. 34.160 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 161 . 38.280 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 304 281 .170 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 213 171 .230 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 231 .80 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 81 .100 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 101 .50 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 206 51 . 19. Tln. 31. 12. 37.30 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 31 .-Nr. 40. 13. 5. 27.220 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 221 .380 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 381 . 23. 35. 9. 39. 26. 25.40 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 205 41 .300 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 301 . 28.390 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 391 .260 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 303 261 . 33. on the strip: 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 8 9 9 0 10 203 204 11 . 32. 4.370 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 311 371 .20 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 21 . 24.200 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 215 201 . 8.330 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 307 331 .10 1. 7. 6.190 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 191 . 17. 10.290 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 305 291 .90 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 208 209 207 91 .410.250 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 302 251 . 14. 15.350 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 351 .400 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 62.1014.210 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 216 212 211 .340 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 308 341 .70 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 71 . 30.150 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 151 .240 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 241 .310 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 301 306 311 . 16. 29. 22. 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ONU 400A card slot Pin no. 3.360 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 310 361 .270 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 271 .60 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 61 . 36.130 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 211 131 .Patching Subscribers Subscriber assignment: MDF-System <-> ONU 400A card slots MDF-System Distributor Strip no.110 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 111 .140 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 141 .320 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 321 .83-A001 312 -73- .180 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 214 181 . 20. 11.120 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 210 121 . 18. 1 . 2.

12) DA12 b-wire (b-subscr.Patching Subscribers 7. SU-16-Uk0 and SU-16-Uk0Q The following table gives an overview of the assignment of the 37-pin D-Sub connector (ONU connecting panel) for 2-wire interfaces.3) 33 16 a-wire (a-subscr.10) 26 9 a-wire (a-subscr.83-A001 .10) DA10 b-wire (b-subscr.7) 29 12 a-wire (a-subscr.410.X) and (b-subscr.8) 28 19 11 a-wire (a-subscr.1014. SU-16-ab.1) DA1 b-wire (b-subscr.5) 31 14 a-wire (a-subscr.15) DA15 b-wire (b-subscr. SU-16-Uk0 and SU-16-Uk0Q Pin Assignment Pin - - - T 2 a-wire (a-subscr.15) 21 4 a-wire a-subscr.3 Assignment of subscriber interfaces on ONU connecting panel 7.9) 27 18 10 a-wire (a-subscr.9) DA9 b-wire (b-subscr.1) 35 18 - - - 36 19 - - - 37 20 2 21 3 17 36 37 -74- Wire pair of connecting cable 1 1 35 Assignment 62.14) DA14 b-wire (b-subscr.1 SU-16-ab.12) 24 7 a-wire (a-subscr.6) DA6 b-wire (b-subscr.X). The following tables are applicable for connecting 4-wire interfaces.2) DA2 b-wire (b-subscr.13) DA13 b-wire (b-subscr.5) DA5 b-wire (b-subscr.6) 30 13 a-wire (a-subscr.14) 22 5 a-wire (a-subscr.11) DA11 b-wire (b-subscr.16) 20 3 a-wire (a-subscr.3.2) 34 17 a-wire (a-subscr.4) DA4 b-wire (b-subscr.8) DA8 b-wire b-subscr.11) 25 8 a-wire (a-subscr.16) DA16 b-wire (b-subscr. The subscriber connecting cables in the SIPAC connector (to connecting panel) are referred to as (a-subscr.4) 32 15 a-wire (a-subscr.13) 23 6 a-wire (a-subscr.3) DA3 b-wire (b-subscr.7) DA7 b-wire (b-subscr.

9 a Uk2in #3 b Uk2in #1 b sub.9 b Uk2in #3 sub. a sub.4 GND of SU mod.83-A001 Uk2-sub. b sub.16 GND of SU mod.10 GND of SU mod.3 a Uk2out #1 a sub.1014.12 GND of SU mod.15 b Uk2out #4 a sub. a sub.7 b Uk2out #2 b sub.13 b Uk2in #4 a sub.15 a Uk2out #4 b sub.3. b sub. b sub.3: Assignment SU-Uk2 Uk2-sub. b sub.1 a Assignment MDF-System a sub.4 GND of SU mod.Patching Subscribers 7. 62. b sub.2 SU-4-Uk2 Assignment MDF-System Uk2-sub. a sub.6 GND of SU mod.4: -75- .14 GND of SU mod. a sub.1 a Uk2in #1 b sub.2 GND of SU mod.12 GND of SU mod.7 a Uk2out #2 a sub.16 GND of SU mod.11 b Uk2out #3 a sub.8 GND of SU mod.10 GND of SU mod.2: Assignment SU-Uk2 a sub.5 a Uk2in #2 a sub. b sub. b sub.5 b Uk2in #2 b sub.6 GND of SU mod.3 b Uk2out #1 b sub.8 GND of SU mod.11 a Uk2out #3 b sub.2 GND of SU mod. a sub.410. a sub.13 a Uk2in #4 b sub. b sub.14 GND of SU mod.1: Uk2-sub. a sub.

410.2 not occupied a sub.9 b NRT #5 sub.13 b NRT #7 a sub.2 not occupied b sub.15 b NRT #8 a sub.83-A001 .11 b NRT #6 a sub.11 a NRT #6 b sub.3 b NRT #2 b sub.3.12 not occupied b sub.5 b NRT #3 b sub.9 a NRT #5 b NRT #1 b sub.5 a NRT #3 a sub.12 not occupied a sub.5: Assignment SU-NRT a sub.6 not occupied a sub.16 not occupied NRT-sub.13 a NRT #7 b sub.10 not occupied a sub.8 not occupied a sub.7 b NRT #4 b sub.8 not occupied b sub.1 a Assignment MDF-System NRT-sub.1014.15 a NRT #8 b sub.1: NRT-sub.3 a NRT #2 a sub.10 not occupied b sub.7 a NRT #4 a sub.1 a NRT #1 b sub.7: NRT-sub.4 not occupied a sub.6: NRT-sub.8: 62.2: NRT-sub.4: -76- Assignment SU-NRT a sub.Patching Subscribers 7.6 not occupied b sub.3 SU-VAR8 with SUB-1-NRT Assignment MDF-System NRT-sub.14 not occupied a sub.16 not occupied b sub.4 not occupied b sub.3: NRT-sub.14 not occupied b sub.

2 GND of SU mod.11 b HDSL3 #3 a sub.12 GND of SU mod.9 GND of SU mod.3: DuWa-sub.5 Assignment HDSL a sub. b sub.14 GND of SU mod.16 a HDSL4 #4 b sub. b HDSL1 #1 b sub.4 GND of SU mod.3.9 GND of SU mod.4 b DuWa #4 62.3.2 b DuWa #2 a sub. b sub.1: 7. a sub.3 a DuWa #3 b sub. a sub.7 GND of SU mod.6 a HDSL2 #2 a sub. b sub.2 a DuWa #2 b sub.13 GND of SU mod.2: DuWa-sub.1: DuWa-sub.4 SU-2-HDSL Assignment MDF-System HDSL-sub.13 GND of SU mod. b sub.410.1014. sub.3 GND of SU mod.11 a HDSL3 #3 b sub. b sub. a sub.15 GND of SU mod.10 GND of SU mod. a sub.3 b DuWa #3 a sub.1 a DuWa #1 b sub. b sub.83-A001 Assignment MDF-System Assignment SU-a/b-DuWa -77- . a sub. a sub.8 GND of SU mod. b sub.2 GND of SU mod.4 a DuWa #4 b sub.7 GND of SU mod.15 GND of SU mod.1 a Assignment MDF-System HDSL-sub.12 GND of SU mod.1 a HDSL1 #1 b sub.8 GND of SU mod.14 GND of SU mod.6 b HDSL2 #2 b sub.2: Assignment HDSL a sub. b sub. a sub. a sub.4: Assignment SU-a/b-DuWa a sub.10 GND of SU mod.16 b HDSL4 #4 SU-4-DuWa Assignment MDF-System DuWa-sub. a sub.5 GND of SU mod.Patching Subscribers 7. a sub. a sub.5 GND of SU mod.1 b DuWa #1 a sub. b sub.3 GND of SU mod.4 GND of SU mod. b sub. b sub.

14 a 4wr out #7 b sub. the card slot right next to this module must remain empty.11 b 4wr in #6 a sub.83-A001 . In this case.12 b 4wr out #6 a sub.7: 4-wr sub.5: Assignment SUB-1-a/b4 a sub.8 b 4wr out #4 b sub.15 a 4wr in #8 b sub.3.9 b 4wr in #5 sub.410.2: 4-wr sub.1 a Assignment MDF-System 4-wr sub.15 b 4wr in #8 a sub. with one interface per sub-board: • • SUB-1-S2M SUB-1-Uk2 4-wire.10 a 4wr out #5 b sub.3: 4-wr sub.7 b 4wr in #4 b sub.8: 7.Patching Subscribers 7.10 b 4wr out #5 a sub.12 a 4wr out #6 b sub.9 a 4wr in #5 b 4wr in #1 b sub.11 a 4wr in #6 b sub.16 a 4wr out #8 b sub.3.8 a 4wr out #4 a sub.4 a 4wr out #2 a sub.1 a 4wr in #1 b sub. with four interfaces per sub-board: • • SUB-4-S0 (only with PS-DC/DC-L or in the ONU 32A) SUB-4-64k Multi-wire.5 a 4wr in #3 a sub.2 a 4wr out #1 a sub. with four interfaces per sub-board: • • • SUB-4-ab SUB-4-Uk0 SUB-4-Uk0Q 4-wire.13 b 4wr in #7 a sub. this module occupies two card slots.3 a 4wr in #2 a sub.6: 4-wr sub.4 b 4wr out #2 b sub.2 b 4wr out #1 b sub.6 a 4wr out #3 a sub.5 b 4wr in #3 b sub.1: 4-wr sub.16 b 4wr out #8 4-wr sub.7 SU-VAR2 In the ONU 200A and ONU 400A. with one interface per sub-board: • • SUB-1-V11 SUB-1-V35 -78- 62.1014.6 SU-VAR8 with SUB-1-ab4 Assignment MDF-System 4-wr sub.13 a 4wr in #7 b sub.6 b 4wr out #3 b sub.14 b 4wr out #7 a sub.4: Assignment SUB-1-a/b4 a sub.3 b 4wr in #2 b sub.7 a 4wr in #4 a sub. The SU-VAR2 module can be equipped with the following SUB-boards: 2-wire.

X".7 b out/Uk0 #4 Sub-board 2: a sub.1 a out/Uk0 #1 b sub. SUB-4-Uk0 and SUB-4-Uk0Q sub-boards Since the SUB-4-ab and SUB-4-Uk0 or SUB-4-Uk0Q sub-boards have a maximum granularity of four ports. 5 Sub-board 1 subscr. up to eight subscribers can be connected. 1 Sub-board 1 subscr. 3 Sub-board 1 subscr. 7 Sub-board 2 subscr. 3 -> SIPAC/connecting panel subscr.410.15 a out/Uk0 #4 b sub.83-A001 -79- . 2 -> SIPAC/connecting panel subscr. 1 -> SIPAC/connecting panel subscr.3 b out/Uk0 #2 a sub.5 b out/Uk0 #3 a sub.9 a out/Uk0 #1 b sub. X" and "b-subscr. The subscriber connecting cables at the SIPAC connector (to the connecting panel) are designated "a-subscr.9 b out/Uk0 #1 a sub.7 a out/Uk0 #4 b sub.15 b out/Uk0 #4 62.5 a out/Uk0 #3 b sub. The subscriber ports of the 2-wire interfaces are assigned to the odd pins of the SIPAC connector: • • • • • • • • Sub-board 1 subscr.3 a out/Uk0 #2 b sub. SUB-4-Uk0 and SUB-4-Uk0Q Assignment MDF-System Assignment SUB-4-ab/Uk0 Subscriber X Assignment MDF-System Assignment SUB-4-ab/Uk0 Subscriber X Sub-board 1: a sub. 13 Sub-board 2 subscr.1014.13 a out/Uk0 #3 b sub. 11 Sub-board 2 subscr.11 a out/Uk0 #2 b sub.13 b out/Uk0 #3 a sub. 15 Sub-boards SUB-4-ab. 1 -> SIPAC/connecting panel subscr.1 b out/Uk0 #1 a sub.Patching Subscribers SUB-4-ab. 9 Sub-board 2 subscr.11 b out/Uk0 #2 a sub. 3 -> SIPAC/connecting panel subscr. 4 -> SIPAC/connecting panel subscr. 2 -> SIPAC/connecting panel subscr. 4 -> SIPAC/connecting panel subscr.

9 T B*/TXD 103 B** b sub.2 R B*/RXD 104 B** b sub.System Assignment SUB-1-V11/V35 Subscriber X Assignment MDF .9 T A*/TXD 103 A** a sub.5 b S2M/Uk2out #1 Sub-board 2: a sub.System Subscriber X Assignment Assignment SUB-1-S2M/Uk2 MDF .9 b S2M/Uk2in #2 b sub.410. -80- 62.11 S B*/TXC 114 B** b sub.3 S A*/TXC 114 A** a sub.6 I B*/DSR 107** a sub.12 RXC 115 B** b sub.1 T A*/TXD 103 A** a sub.1014.35 signals for SUB-1-V35 Note: The system ground is connected to pin 1 of the 37-pin connector located on the connecting panel.System Assignment SUB-1-V11/V35 Subscriber X Sub-board 1: a sub.8 Shield (GND) b sub.1 a S2M/Uk2in #1 a sub.12 RXC 115 A** a sub.13 a S2M/Uk2out #2 b sub.11 signals for SUB-1-V11 ** V.1 T B*/TXD 103 B** b sub.13 C A*/RTS 105** b sub.83-A001 .5 a S2M/Uk2out #1 b sub.13 b S2M/Uk2out #2 Sub-boards SUB-1-V11 and SUB-1-V35 Assignment MDF .10 R B*/RXD 104 B** b sub.7 Syst.3 S B*/TXC 114 B** b sub.14 I A*/DCD 109** b sub.7 CTS 106** b sub.5 C B*/DTR 108** a sub.15 CTS 106** b sub.4 RXC 115 B** b sub.14 I B*/DSR 107** a sub.System Subscriber X Sub-board 1: a sub.9 a S2M/Uk2in #2 a sub.2 R A*/RXD 104 A** a sub.4 RXC 115 A** a sub.5 C A*/RTS 105** b sub.16 Shield (GND) b sub.6 I A*/DCD 109** b sub.Patching Subscribers Sub-boards SUB-1-S2M and SUB-1-Uk2 Assignment Assignment SUB-1-S2M/Uk2 MDF .15 Syst. ground (GND) a sub.13 C B*/DTR 108** a sub.11 S A*/TXC 114 A** a sub. ground GND) a sub.1 b S2M/Uk2in #1 b sub.16 Shield (GND) * V.8 Shield (GND) Sub-board 2 a sub.10 R A*/RXD 104 A** a sub.

2 a S0/64k in #1 b sub.2 b S0/64k in #1 Subscriber 2: a sub.14 b S0/64k in #7 Subscriber 8: a sub.13 a S0/64k out #7 a sub.7 b S0/64k out #4 b sub.410.15 b S0/64k out #8 b sub.3 a S0/64k out #2 a sub.5 a S0/64k out #3 a sub.16 b S0/64k in #8 62.4 b S0/64k in #2 Subscriber 3: a sub.15 a S0/64k out #8 a sub.12 b S0/64k in #6 Subscriber 7: a sub.83-A001 -81- .7 a S0/64k out #4 a sub.12 a S0/64k in #6 b sub.11 a S0/64k out #6 a sub.10 b S0/64k in #5 Subscriber 6 a sub.5 b S0/64k out #3 b sub.3 b S0/64k out #2 b sub.4 a S0/64k in #2 b sub.1 b S0/64k out #1 b sub.11 b S0/64k out #6 b sub.16 a S0/64k in #8 b sub.14 a S0/64k in #7 b sub.9 b S0/64k out #5 b sub.6 a S0/64k in #3 b sub.6 b S0/64k in #3 Subscriber 4: a sub.1 a S0/64k out #1 a sub.9 a S0/64k out #5 a sub.13 b S0/64k out #7 b sub.Patching Subscribers Sub-board SUB-4-S0 and SUB-4-64k Assignment MDF-System Assignment SUB-4-S0/64k Subscriber X Assignment MDF-System Assignment SUB-4-S0/64k Subscriber X Sub-board 1: Subscriber 1: a sub.1014.8 a S0/64k in #4 b sub.10 a S0/64k in #5 b sub.8 b S0/64k in #4 Sub-board 2: Subscriber 5: a sub.

1a b sub.2b b sub.4a b sub.5 ADSL sub.5 ADSL sub.12 POTS/ISDN sub.11 POTS/ISDN sub.2a a sub.2b ADSL sub2 a sub.13 b sub.8 SUC-4-ADSL Assignment Assignment MDFSUC-4System ADSL ADSL sub1 a sub.6 a sub.11 POTS/ISDN sub.410.4a a sub.8 a sub.10 POTS/ISDN sub.10 POTS/ISDN sub.4 b sub.16 b sub.12 POTS/ISDN sub.14 b sub.15 b sub.3.3 ADSL sub.8 b sub.4b b sub.2 b sub.16 ADSL -82- POTS/ISDN: Assignment SU-Uk2 62.1a b sub.3b b sub.9 POTS/ISDN sub.83-A001 .7 ADSL sub.1 ADSL sub.1014.4b ADSL sub3 a sub.15 a sub.3 ADSL sub.7 ADSL sub.2 a sub.4 a sub.1 ADSL sub.1b sub.2a b sub.3b a sub.1b a Assignment MDFSystem a sub.14 a sub.9 POTS/ISDN sub.13 a sub.6 b sub.Patching Subscribers 7.3a b sub.3a a sub.

3: a sub.83-A001 ADSL sub.3 a-ADSL#2 a sub.5 a-ADSL#3 a sub.8 b-POTS/ISDN#4 b sub.7: ADSL sub.7 a-ADSL#4 a sub.5 b-ADSL#3 b sub.13 b-ADSL#7 a sub.3 b-ADSL#2 b sub.14 b-POTS/ISDN#7 ADSL sub.1: a sub.15 b-ADSL#8 a sub.Patching Subscribers 7.2 b-POTS/ISDN#1 b sub.1 a-ADSL#1 b sub.10 b-POTS/ISDN#5 ADSL sub.4 b-POTS/ISDN#2 b sub.6: ADSL sub.9 SUC-8-ADSL Assignment MDFSystem Assignment MDFSystem Assignment SUC-8-ADSL ADSL sub.9 a-ADSL#5 b-ADSL#1 b sub.16 b-POTS/ISDN#8 62.6 a-POTS/ISDN#3 a sub.5: Assignment SU-Uk2 ADSL sub.4 a-POTS/ISDN#2 a sub.13 a-ADSL#7 b sub.16 a-POTS/ISDN#8 b sub.8: -83- .14 a-POTS/ISDN#7 b sub.12 b-POTS/ISDN#6 ADSL sub.7 b-ADSL#4 b sub.410.2: a sub.1 a a sub.3.4: a sub.1014.8 a-POTS/ISDN#4 a sub.11 a-ADSL#6 b sub.15 a-ADSL#8 b sub.10 a-POTS/ISDN#5 b sub.2 a-POTS/ISDN#1 a sub.6 b-POTS/ISDN#3 b sub.9 b-ADSL#5 sub.12 a-POTS/ISDN#6 b sub.11 b-ADSL#6 a sub.

powering#8 -84- SDSL sub.15 b-SDSL#8 a sub.15 a-SDSL#8 b sub.1 a Assignment MDFSystem a sub. powering#2 a sub.5: Assignment SU-Uk2 SDSL sub.83-A001 .6: SDSL sub.6 neg.5 a-SDSL#3 a sub. powering#6 SDSL sub.11 a-SDSL#6 b sub.12 pos. powering#6 b sub. powering#7 b sub. powering#3 b sub.10 SU/SUC-8-SDSL Assignment MDFSystem Assignment SU/SUC-8SDSL SDSL sub.3 b-SDSL#2 b sub.14 pos.1: a sub.8: 62.14 neg. powering#4 a sub.3: a sub.9 a-SDSL#5 b-SDSL#1 b sub. powering#5 b sub.4 neg.Patching Subscribers 7.410.16 neg.8 neg.2 neg.9 b-SDSL#5 sub.1 a-SDSL#1 b sub.5 b-SDSL#3 b sub.7: SDSL sub.13 b-SDSL#7 a sub.3.11 b-SDSL#6 a sub.7 a-SDSL#4 a sub. powering#1 a sub. powering#3 a sub.12 neg. powering#2 b sub.2 pos. powering#8 b sub.1014.10 pos. powering#1 b sub.4: a sub. powering#7 SDSL sub.16 pos.7 b-SDSL#4 b sub. powering#4 b sub. powering#5 SDSL sub.3 a-SDSL#2 a sub.13 a-SDSL#7 b sub.6 pos.8 pos.10 neg.4 pos.2: a sub.