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INSTALLATION

GUIDELINES
ALCplus2/ALCplus2e/ALFOplus

Installation Manual

MN.00289.E - 007
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Contents

Section 1.
INSTALLATION GUIDELINES FOR ALCplus2/ALCplus2e 5

1 INSTALLATION AND PROCEDURES FOR ENSURING THE ELECTROMAGNETIC


COMPATIBILITY........................................................................................................ 5
1.1 GENERAL INFORMATION TO BE READ BEFORE THE INSTALLATION........................... 5
1.2 GENERAL.......................................................................................................... 6
1.3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION............................................................................... 6
1.3.1 IDU........................................................................................................ 6
1.4 ELECTRICAL WIRING.......................................................................................... 7
1.4.1 IDU-ODU interconnection cable.................................................................. 7
1.5 CONNECTIONS TO THE SUPPLY MAINS ................................................................. 9
1.6 IDU-ODU INTERCONNECTION CABLE...................................................................10
1.6.1 N type connector (male) onto 1/4 cable ....................................................10
1.6.1.1 1/4 feeder cable preparation.....................................................11
1.6.1.2 Insertion of the back of the N type connector ...............................11
1.6.1.3 Piling of the inner pin................................................................11
1.6.1.4 Inner pin.................................................................................12
1.6.1.5 Closing the connector ...............................................................12
1.7 GROUNDING CONNECTION ................................................................................13

2 ALCPLUS2 INDOOR UNIT CONNECTORS ...................................................................14


2.1 IDU FRONT PANEL ............................................................................................14
2.1.1 ALCplus2 1+0/1+1 (GAI0157/GAI0152).....................................................14
2.1.2 ALCplus2 16E1 1+0/1+1 (GAI0155/GAI0156).............................................14
2.1.3 ALCplus2 NODAL 1+0/1+1 (GAI0163/GAI0162) ..........................................15
2.1.4 ALCplus2 32E1 1+0/1+1 (GAI0169/GAI0168).............................................15

3 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF ODU ASN wITH STANDARD LOCK .....................25
3.1 ODU COUPLING KIT ..........................................................................................25
3.1.1 ODU AS .................................................................................................25
3.1.2 ODU ASN ...............................................................................................25
3.1.2.1 Fast lock coupling kit ................................................................25
3.1.2.2 Standard coupling kit ................................................................25
3.2 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU WITH INTEGRATED ANTENNA .............26
3.2.1 ODU AS and ODU ASN (Fast Lock) ............................................................26
3.2.2 ODU ASN (Standard Lock)........................................................................26
3.3 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU WITH SEPARATED ANTENNA...............28
3.3.1 ODU AS and ODU ASN (Fast Lock) ............................................................28
3.3.2 ODU ASN (Standard Lock)........................................................................28

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3.3.2.1 1+0 ODU ................................................................................29

4 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU WITH SEPARATED ANTENNA .............38
4.1 INSTALLATION KIT ...........................................................................................38
4.1.1 Required tools for mounting (not supplied) .................................................38
4.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ...............................................................................39
4.2.1 1+0 version - Installation onto the pole of the supporting plate.....................39
4.2.2 1+0 version - Installation onto the pole of the supporting plate by Band-it .....39
4.2.3 1+1 version - Installation onto the pole of the supporting plate.....................40
4.2.4 Installation of the ODU ............................................................................40
4.2.5 Grounding..............................................................................................41

5 INSTALLATION ONTO THE WALL OF THE ODUWITH SEPARATED ANTENNA .............55


5.1 INSTALLATION KIT ...........................................................................................55

6 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU wITH INTEGRATED ANTENNA ............56
6.1 FOREWORD .....................................................................................................56
6.1.1 Installation kit ........................................................................................56
6.1.2 Required tools for mounting (Not supplied).................................................56
6.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ...............................................................................57
6.2.1 Installation onto the pole of the support system and the antenna ..................57
6.2.2 Installation of ODU..................................................................................58
6.2.3 ODU installation......................................................................................58
6.3 ANTENNA AIMING.............................................................................................59
6.4 COMPATIBILITY ................................................................................................59
6.5 GROUNDING ....................................................................................................59

7 GENERAL INSTALLATION .........................................................................................74


7.1 RG8 CABLE RUNWAY.........................................................................................74
7.2 OUTDOOR GROUNDING.....................................................................................75
7.3 INDOOR INSTALLATION ....................................................................................77
7.3.1 Patch panel ............................................................................................77
7.3.1.1 Patch panel versions .................................................................77
7.3.1.2 Patch panel grounding points .....................................................79
7.3.1.3 Patch panel cables....................................................................80
7.3.2 Indoor grounding points...........................................................................81

8 LABELLING...............................................................................................................83
8.1 LABELLING TOOLS ............................................................................................83
8.2 INDOOR LABELLING..........................................................................................84
8.2.1 IDU Labelling .........................................................................................84
8.2.2 Equipment Rack Labeling .........................................................................84
8.2.3 DC Breaker Labelling at Rectifier ...............................................................85
8.2.4 DC Breaker Labelling at Equipment Rack DC PDB for Main Power...................85
8.2.5 DC Breaker Labelling at Rack DC PDB for ALCplus2 Power Supply ..................85
8.2.6 Power Cable labelling at ALCplus2 IDU .......................................................86
8.2.7 IF Cable labelling at ALCplus2 IDU.............................................................86
8.2.8 IF Cable labelling before and after Surge Aresstor .......................................86
8.2.9 SCSI Cable Labelling at Both ends.............................................................87
8.2.10 Baseband Cable Labelling at Patch Panel ....................................................87
8.2.11 DDF Rack Labelling .................................................................................87
8.2.12 DDF Frame Labelling ...............................................................................88

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8.2.13 Baseband Cable Labelling at DDF ..............................................................88
8.3 OUTDOOR LABELLING .......................................................................................89
8.3.1 Antenna Labelling ...................................................................................89
8.3.2 IF Cable labelling at ODU .........................................................................90

9 STANDARD PROCEDURE INSTALLATION ..................................................................91


9.1 CHECKING MATERIAL ON SITE ...........................................................................91
9.1.1 Unpacking the Equipment ........................................................................91
9.1.2 Checking the Equipment ..........................................................................91
9.2 ASSEMBLE POLE ...............................................................................................92
9.3 ASSEMBLE ANTENNA.........................................................................................92
9.3.1 Required tools for mounting (not supplied) .................................................92
9.3.2 Mounting procedures ...............................................................................92
9.4 PREPARATION WORK ........................................................................................92
9.4.1 Preparing Documents and Tools ................................................................92
9.4.2 Documents ............................................................................................92
9.4.3 Tools.....................................................................................................93
9.4.4 Checking Installation Conditions................................................................93
9.4.5 Checking the Installation Conditions of the IDU ...........................................93
9.4.6 Checking the Installation Conditions of the ODU ..........................................93
9.4.7 Checking the Lightning-Proof and Grounding System ...................................93
9.4.8 Checking the Power System .....................................................................93
9.4.9 Checking Auxiliary Devices and Cables.......................................................93
9.5 INSTALLATION OF ODU .....................................................................................93
9.6 FIXING IF CONNECTOR FOR IF CABLE .................................................................94
9.6.1 Procedure ..............................................................................................94
9.7 LIFT AND INSTALLATION POLE ...........................................................................94
9.8 INSTALLATION OF 19' RACK AND DDF RACK ........................................................95
9.8.1 Securing to floor .....................................................................................95
9.9 INSTALLATION OF MICROWAVE ANTENNA ...........................................................96

10 INSTALLATION OF DCPDB........................................................................................97
10.1 INSTALLATION OF IDU ......................................................................................97
10.2 WATER PROOFING & IF CABLE ROUTE .................................................................97
10.3 INSTALLATION OF E1 CABLE ..............................................................................97
10.3.1 Cable type .............................................................................................97
10.3.2 Connector type .......................................................................................97
10.4 IF CABLE ROUTING ...........................................................................................98
10.5 LABELLING ......................................................................................................98
10.6 INSTALLATION OF POWER CABLE .......................................................................98
10.7 SITE CLEANING ................................................................................................98
10.8 POWER ON ......................................................................................................98
10.9 FINAL CHECKING..............................................................................................99

Section 2.
INSTALLATION GUIDELINES FOR ALFOplus 101

11 INSTALLATION OF ALFOplus ..................................................................................101


11.1 GENERAL INFORMATION TO BE READ BEFORE THE INSTALLATION........................ 101

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11.2 GENERAL....................................................................................................... 102
11.3 ELECTRICAL WIRING....................................................................................... 102
11.4 CONNECTIONS TO THE SUPPLY MAINS .............................................................. 102
11.5 GROUNDING CONNECTION .............................................................................. 103
11.5.1 Mounting instructions of grounding cable kit ICD00072F
(universal - no tools)............................................................................. 103
11.6 REQUIRED TOOLS FOR MOUNTING (NOT SUPPLIED) ........................................... 105
11.7 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ............................................................................. 105
11.7.1 Standard coupling kit ............................................................................ 105
11.8 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU WITH INTEGRATED ANTENNA ........... 105
11.8.1 ODU (Standard Lock) ............................................................................ 105
11.8.1.1 1+0 ODU with integrated antenna ............................................ 106
11.9 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU WITH SEPARATED ANTENNA............. 107
11.9.1 ODU (Standard Lock) ............................................................................ 107
11.9.1.1 1+0 ODU with separated antenna............................................. 107
11.9.1.2 Waveguide towards the antenna............................................... 108
11.10 WAVEGUIDE BENDING .................................................................................... 108
11.11 ACCESSORIES FOR INSTALLATION ................................................................... 112
11.11.1Installation procedure of optical box ....................................................... 115
11.11.2RJ45 crimping tool ............................................................................... 120
11.11.2.1 Use standard RJ45 crimper ...................................................... 120
11.12 USER CONNECTORS........................................................................................ 121
11.12.1Auxiliary connector .............................................................................. 121
11.12.2RJ45 connector.................................................................................... 124
11.12.3Optical connector ................................................................................. 133
11.12.4Optical SFP mounting procedure ............................................................ 137
11.12.5Optical SFP unmounting procedure ......................................................... 137

Section 3.
LISTS AND SERVICES 145

12 LIST OF FIGURES ...................................................................................................145

13 LIST OF TABLES .....................................................................................................149

14 ASSISTANCE SERVICE............................................................................................151

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Section 1.
INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
FOR ALCplus2/ALCplus2e

1 INSTALLATION AND PROCEDURES FOR ENSUR-


ING THE ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY

1.1 GENERAL INFORMATION TO BE READ BEFORE THE INSTALLA-


TION

The equipment is a split mount (indoor-outdoor) radio link system operating in the frequency ranges 4, 6,
7, 8, 13, 15, 18, 23, 25, 28 and 38 GHz, for low, medium and high transport capacity (from 4 up to 622
Mbit/s), designed to establish LAN-LAN connections and PDH/SDH access. For the details related to the
actual used frequency band refer to the label on the equipment.

The system is provided with an integral antenna; however, in case its antenna is not used, it should be
connected to an antenna conforming to the requirements of ETSI EN 302 217-4-2 for the relevant frequen-
cy band.

The equipment is composed by the following separate units:

radio unit (outdoor) with or without integral antenna

Baseband (indoor)

This equipment makes use of non-harmonized frequency bands.

Class 2 radio equipment subject to Authorisation of use. The equipment can operate only at the fre-
quencies authorised by the relevant National Authority.

The deployment and use of this equipment shall be made in agreement with the national regulation
for the Protection from Exposure to Electromagnetic Field.

The symbol indicates that, within the European Union, the product is subject to separate collec-
tion at the product end-of-life. Do not dispose of these products as unsorted municipal waste. For more
information, please contact the relevant supplier for verifying the procedure of correct disposal.

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1.2 GENERAL

The equipment consists of IDU and ODU(s) units and is mechanically made up of a wired 19" subrack (IDU)
and a weather proof metallic container (ODU). The two units are shipped together in an appropriate card-
board box.

After unpacking, mechanical installation takes place followed by electrical connections as described in the
following paragraphs.

1.3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION

1.3.1 IDU

The IDU (all the versions) is made up of a metallic box with two little lateral brackets (90 bent), provided
with two holes for M6 screws (2 screws for each side), to fasten the unit to a 19" rack or to a 19" mechanical
structure.

IDU installation

In order to avoid damage to the cables connected on the front panel of the IDU, the two lateral brackets
(90 bent) can be positioned on the IDU lateral panel in three different position, by means of 3 phillips
screws.
ALPlus2 - To avoid over-temperature problems the free space below and above an IDU must be 22 mm (1/
2RU) minimum.

ALCPlus2 - IDUs can be stacked.

Fig.1 - IDU installation

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1.4 ELECTRICAL WIRING

The electrical wiring must be done using appropriate cables thus assuring the equipment responds to the
electromagnetic compatibility standards.

The cable terminates to flying connectors which have to be connected to the corresponding connectors on
the equipment front.

Position and pin-out of the equipment connectors are available in this section. Tab.1 shows the character-
istics of the cables to be used and the flying connector types.

Tab.1 - Characteristics of the cables

Type of connector terminating


Interconnecting points Type of cable/conductor
the cable

Polarized SUB-D 3W3 female Section of each wire = 2.5 sq.mm a >3mt
Battery
connector 1.5 sq. mm 3mt

Tributary signals SCSI 50 pin male connector 8 E1 available for each connector

Female type D connector with 9 conductor cable with double brass sheath
User input/alarm output
9 pins and shielded holder type interconductor DB28.25 or equivalent

LCT USB B Standard "printer" cable b

NBUS RJ45 SIAE code F03580 and F03581

STM1 Plug-in Relevant to plug-in module

Optical LAN port Plug-in Relevant to plug-in module

Electrical LAN port RJ45 Standard CAT5e cable

Female type D connector with 9 conductor cable with double brass sheath
RS232
9 pins and shielded holder type interconductor DB 28.10 or equivalent

GND Faston male type Section area = 6 sq. mm.

a. For power cable length longer than 20m. a section of 4mm is required.
b. Max length 2.5m.

1.4.1 IDU-ODU interconnection cable

Either one or two cable feeders must be installed, terminated with N male connectors, according with the
type of configuration, 1+0 or 1+1, to connect the indoor unit to the outdoor unit. The RG8 feeder cable
and N type connectors shall be the SIAE supplied and approved earth clamps and 10 sqmm cable.

Self-amalgamating/Butyl tape with a PVC tape over-wrap to be used to water -proof the feeder N type to
ODU connection and the coaxial cable earth clamp assemblies.

The laying of this cable must be undertaken in the proper cable trays and ducts already provided in the
station, and correct clamps specific to the given mast type must be used to ensure the reliable fixing to
the structure. For the RG8 cable that will br deployed bend radii that must be adhered, are 40mm for single
bend or 120mm for multiple bends.

A flexible coax tail terminated with a SMA male connector on the equipment side and N type female con-
nector on feeder side is provided, in order to connect the feeder to the IDU, this must be loomed and fixed
within the cabinet.

Prior to connection to radio equipment, and with both indoor and outdoor feeder cables terminated on N
type male connectors, check the cable for continuity of the screen and centre conductor and ensure no
short circuit between screen and centre conductor and ensure no short circuit between screen and centre
conductor. Cable ties shall all be cut-off flush after fixing in-situ.

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K09262 product specification

Component description: COAXIAL CABLE - RG8 COPPER CLAD

SIAE part number: K09262M

Construction Specification

Material Diameter (mm)

1. Inner Conductor Copper Clad Aluminum 2.74

2. Dielectric Physical Foam Polyethylene 7.24

3. Outer Conductor Bonded Aluminum Foil +Tinned Copper Braid 8.13

4. Jacket PE - UV Protected (Carbon added) 10.29

Note: mechanical tolerances must be compliant with Cables Standards

Fig.2

Mechanical and environmental characteristics

UNIT MIN MAX notes

Min. Bending Radius mm 51

Storage Temperature C -40 + 85

Installation Temperature C -40 + 85

Operating Temperature C -33 + 85


a
Product lifetime years 15

a. manufacturer must define the UV/Weathering Standard adopted, severity class and acceptance
criteria.

Recommended use Outdoor

Ultraviolet and weathering Standards IEC60068-2-5 or ASTM D2565 or ASTM D4329-05

Electrical specifications

UNIT MIN MAX notes

Maximum Frequency GHz 2.5

Relative propagation velocity % 80 90

Impedance ohms 48 52

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UNIT MIN MAX notes

Dc breakdown volts 1000

Peak power rating kW 1

DC resistance (inner plus shield at 20) W/km 10.5

Shielding effectiveness dB 90

VSWR 100 to 500 MHz (return loss) dB 24

Attenuation at 140 MHz (20C) dB/100 m 5.2

Attenuation at 330 MHz (20C) dB/100 m 8

Additional requirements

ROHS COMPLIANCE see PA.00820 "Quality Requirements for CABLEs"

CABLE MARKING see PA.00820 "Quality Requirements for CABLEs"

DRUM LABEL see PA.00820 "Quality Requirements for CABLEs"

Tab.2 - Maximum length for SIAE cable

RG-8 1/4 1/4 1/2


7/8
SIAE cable C2FCP RGC213 RGC213-CCA LCF 14-50 LDF1-50 5128
Equipment type 5228
(K09262) Andrew RFS RFS RFS Andrew Eupen
Eupen
(K09259) (K09212A) (K09217A) (K09202)

PDH ALhi 4-15 370 370 370 330 370 400 750 1300

PDH ALhi 18-38 370 370 370 370 370 400 750 1300

SDH ALS 6-15 180 215 160 140 200 220 550 900

SDH ALS 18-38 300 300 300 260 300 300 550 1000

AS std power 6-38 300 300 300 300 300 300 550 1000

PDH ALN 370 370 370 370 370 400 750 1300

PDH/SDH ASN 300 300 300 300 300 300 550 1000

1.5 CONNECTIONS TO THE SUPPLY MAINS

During the final installation, the IDU must be protected by a magneto-thermal switch (not supplied with
the equipment), whose characteristics must comply with the laws in force in one's country. The disconnec-
tion from the supply mains is made disconnecting the connector SUB-D 3W3 from the IDU.

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Fig.3

1.6 IDU-ODU INTERCONNECTION CABLE

1.6.1 N type connector (male) onto 1/4 cable

1. Clampling screw

2. Insulating ring

3. Connector body

Fig.4 - N type connector (male) onto 1/4 cable

Tools:

1mm scale ruler

paper knife

2x18mm wrenches

a small saw.

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1.6.1.1 1/4 feeder cable preparation

Strip the cable for 25mm.

Fig.5 - 1/4 feeder cable preparation

1.6.1.2 Insertion of the back of the N type connector

Insert the clamping screw 1, with the insulating ring2 already inserted, up to the external sheath of the
cable: the external section of the insulating ring must be positioned at the third depression of the copper
corrugated cable.

Fig.6 - Insertion of the back of the N type connector

1.6.1.3 Piling of the inner pin

Using the little saw, cut the external conductor out of the clamping screw 1.

Fig.7 - Pilling of the inner pin

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1.6.1.4 Inner pin

With the knife cut 7mm of insulator just to free the central pin.

Warning: ENSURE THAT NO BURR IS ON THE CENTRAL PIN SURFACE.

If any burr exists on the surface the signal quality is reduced a lot. Chamfer the end of the central pin
(0.5mm x 45)

Fig.8 - Inner pin

1.6.1.5 Closing the connector

Screw the connector body 3 on the clumper 1 and using the two 18mm wrenches (Max torque = 20Nm).

Fig.9 - Closing the connector

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1.7 GROUNDING CONNECTION

Fig.10 and annexed legged show how to perform grounding connections.

Indoor 3 4
3 4
ODU
unit
1 5

7 IDU 2
unit

(+) (-)
6
Station Local
ground ground
ground
rack

Legend

1. IDU grounding point, faston type. The cross section area of the cable used must be 4 sq. mm. The
faston is available on the IDU both sides.

2. ODU grounding bolt. The cross section area of the cable used must be 16 sq. mm

3. IDU-ODU interconnection cable type RG8 terminated with N-type male connectors at both sides.

4. Appropriate grounding kit to connect the shield of interconnection cable.


5. Matching cable (tail) terminated with SMA male and N female connectors.

6. Battery grounding point of IDU to be connected to earth by means of a cable with a section area
2.5 sq. mm. Length 10 m.
7. Grounding cords connected to a real earth internal of station. The cross section area of the cable
must be 16 sq. mm

Fig.10 - Grounding connection

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2 ALCPLUS2 INDOOR UNIT CONNECTORS

2.1 IDU FRONT PANEL

The front panel of the ALCplus2 IDU is made up by various connectors depending on IDU version: in the
following type of connectors and relevant pin-out are listed. On the body of each IDU there is the ground
connection: 6.3mm male (Faston).

2.1.1 ALCplus2 1+0/1+1 (GAI0157/GAI0152)

In Fig.11 and Fig.12 are shown the 1+0 and 1+1 version. The following connectors are available:
MNGT1, 2 management Port MNGT 1, 2 set MDI or MDIX status automatically

LAN port 1, 2, 3, 4 electrical 10/100/1000BaseT Electrical port 1, 2, 3, 4 can be configured MDI or


MDIX via WEBLCT
LAN port 3, 4 100/1000BaseX

Trib A, B

LCT, management

USER IN/OUT

Connector for 50 Ohm interconnection to ODU 1 connector 1+0, 2 connectors in 1+1 (Fig.23)

-48 Vdc power supply 1 connector in 1+0, 2 connectors in 1+1


In 1+1 the two power supply connectors are in parallel (Fig.24)

2.1.2 ALCplus2 16E1 1+0/1+1 (GAI0155/GAI0156)

In Fig.13 and Fig.14 are shown the 1+0 and 1+1 version. The following connectors are presents:

MNGT1, 2 management Port MNGT 1, 2 set MDI or MDIX status automatically

LAN port 1, 2, 3, 4 electrical 10/100/1000BaseT Electrical port 1, 2, 3, 4 can be configured DI or


MDIX via WEBLCT

LAN port 3, 4 100/1000BaseX


Trib A, B

LCT, management

USER IN/OUT

Trib 1/8, 9/16 E1, 75 Ohm and 120 Ohm interfaces are present in the same connectors (different
pins)

Connector for 50 Ohm interconnection to ODU 1 connector 1+0, 2 connectors in 1+1 (Fig.23)

-48 Vdc power supply 1 connector in 1+0, 2 connectors in 1+1 (Fig.24)

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2.1.3 ALCplus2 NODAL 1+0/1+1 (GAI0163/GAI0162)

STM-1 1, 2 in/out SFP can be I.1, S1.1, L1.1, L1.2, electrical coaxial 1.0/2.3 SFP

LAN port 3, 4 100/1000BaseX SFP-LC

Trib A, B RJ45 (Tab.8)

N-BUS 1, 2 connection among IDUs only through SIAE cable F03471

LCT, management USB type B (receptable)

USER IN/OUT SUB-D male 9 pin (Tab.6)

Trib 1/8, 9/16 E1, 75 Ohm and 120 Ohm interfaces are present in the same connectors (different
pins) 50 pin SCSI female (Tab.4 for 75 Ohm and Tab.5 for 120 Ohm)

Connector for 50 Ohm interconnection to ODU 1 connector 1+0, 2 connectors in 1+1 SMA (Fig.23)

-48 Vdc power supply 1 connector in 1+0, 2 connectors in 1+1 1 SUB-D 3W3 (pinout on the panel)
(Fig.24)

2.1.4 ALCplus2 32E1 1+0/1+1 (GAI0169/GAI0168)

In Fig.15 and Fig.16 are shown the 1+0 and 1+1 version. The following connectors are present:

MNGT1, 2 management Port MNGT 1, 2 set MDI or MDIX status automatically RJ45 (Tab.7)

LAN port 1, 2, 3, 4 electrical 10/100/1000BaseT Electrical port 1, 2, 3, 4 can be configured MDI or


MDIX via WEBLCT RJ45 (Tab.3)

STM-1 1, 2 in/out SFP can be I.1, S1.1, L1.1, L1.2, electrical coaxial 1.0/2.3 SFP

LAN port 3, 4 100/1000BaseX SFP-LC

Trib A, B RJ45 (Tab.8)

N-BUS 1, 2 connection among IDUs only through SIAE cable F03471

LCT, management USB type B (receptable)

USER IN/OUT SUB-D male 9 pin (Tab.6)

o Trib 1/8, 25/32 E1, 75 Ohm and 120 Ohm interfaces are present in the same connectors (different
pins) 50 pin SCSI female (Tab.4 for 75 Ohm and Tab.5 for 120 Ohm)

Connector for 50 Ohm interconnection to ODU 1 connector 1+0, 2 connectors in 1+1 SMA

-48 Vdc power supply 1 connector in 1+0, 2 connectors in 1+1 1 SUB-D 3W3 (pinout on the panel)

YELLOW SPEED LAN 2 LAN 4 Trib. B

2
M 3.15A
250VAC 48VDC
MNGT LAN 3 LAN 4 NURG URG
1 LCT
SW
+

GREEN LINK LAN 1 LAN 3 Trib. A SD USER IN/OUT TEST ON -

Fig.11 - ALCplus2 1+0

YELLOW SPEED LAN 2 LAN 4 Trib. B

2 2
M 3.15A
250VAC
MNGT 48VDC
LAN 3 LAN 4 NURG URG
1 LCT 1 2 1
SW
+

GREEN LINK LAN 1 LAN 3 Trib. A SD USER IN/OUT TEST ON -

Fig.12 - ALCplus2 1+1

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YELLOW SPEED LAN 2 LAN 4 Trib. B Trib. 1-8 Trib. 9-16

2
M 3.15A
250VAC 48VDC
MNGT LAN 3 LAN 4 NURG URG
1 LCT
SW

+
GREEN LINK LAN 1 LAN 3 Trib. A SD USER IN/OUT TEST ON -

Fig.13 - ALCplus2 1+0 exp 16E1

YELLOW SPEED LAN 2 LAN 4 Trib. B Trib. 1-8 Trib. 9-16

2 2
M 3.15A
250VAC
MNGT 48VDC
LAN 3 LAN 4 NURG URG
1 LCT 1 2 1
SW

+
GREEN LINK LAN 1 LAN 3 Trib. A SD USER IN/OUT TEST ON -

Fig.14 - ALCplus2 1+1 exp 16E1

YELLOW SPEED LAN 2 LAN 4 STM1 Trib. B Trib. 1-8 Trib. 9-16 Trib. 17-24 Trib. 25-32
1 2
2
ON M 3.15A 48V
MNGT LAN 3 LAN 4 250V
NURG URG
1 LCT
SW
-

+
GREEN LINK LAN 1 LAN 3 Trib. A SD USER IN/OUT TEST ON

Fig.15 - ALCplus2 1+0 32E1

YELLOW SPEED LAN 2 LAN 4 STM1 Trib. B Trib. 1-8 Trib. 9-16 Trib. 17-24 Trib. 25-32
1 2 2
2
ON M 3.15A
MNGT 48V
LAN 3 LAN 4 NURG URG 250V
1 LCT 1 2 1
SW
-

+
GREEN LINK LAN 1 LAN 3 Trib. A SD USER IN/OUT TEST ON

Fig.16 - ALCplus2 1+1 32E1

Fig.17

16 MN.00289.E - 007
Tab.3 - 10/100/1000BaseT, RJ45

Function
Pin RJ45
10/100BaseT 1000BaseT

1 Twisted pair IN_P BI_DB+

2 Twisted pair IN_N BI_DB

3 Twisted pair OUT_P BI_DA+

4 nc BI_DD+

5 nc BI_DD

6 Twisted pair OUT_N BI_DA

7 nc BI_DC+

8 nc BI_DC

Fig.18 -

MN.00289.E - 007 17
Tab.4 - 8xE1, 50 pin SCSI female 75 Ohm

Pin 75 Ohm

48 Ground A

23 Tributary 1/9 input

50 Ground A

25 Tributary 1/9 output

47 Ground A

22 Tributary 2/10 input

45 Ground A

20 Tributary 2/10 output

42 Ground A

17 Tributary 3/11 input

43 Ground A

18 Tributary 3/11 output

40 Ground A

15 Tributary 4/12 input

39 Ground A

14 Tributary 4/12 output

36 Ground B

11 Tributary 5/13 input

37 Ground B

12 Tributary 5/13 output

34 Ground B

9 Tributary 6/14 input

33 Ground B

8 Tributary 6/14 output

29 Ground B

4 Tributary 7/15 input

31 Ground B

6 Tributary 7/15 output

28 Ground B

3 Tributary 8/16 input

26 Ground B

1 Tributary 8/16 output

Note: Join pin 44 with ground A pins, join pin 32 with ground B pins.

18 MN.00289.E - 007
Fig.19 -

Tab.5 - 8xE1, 50 pin SCSI female 120 Ohm

Pin 120 Ohm

49 Tributary 1/9 input

23 Tributary 1/9 input

44 Ground A

24 Tributary 1/9 output

25 Tributary 1/9 output

44 Ground A

21 Tributary 2/10 input

22 Tributary 2/10 input

44 Ground A

46 Tributary 2/10 output

20 Tributary 2/10 output

44 Ground A

16 Tributary 3/11 input

17 Tributary 3/11 input

44 Ground A

19 Tributary 3/11 output

18 Tributary 3/11 output

44 Ground A

41 Tributary 4/12 input

15 Tributary 4/12 input

44 Ground A

13 Tributary 4/12 output

14 Tributary 4/12 output

44 Ground A

10 Tributary 5/13 input

MN.00289.E - 007 19
Pin 120 Ohm

11 Tributary 5/13 input

32 Ground B

38 Tributary 5/13 output

12 Tributary 5/13 output

32 Ground B

35 Tributary 6/14 input

9 Tributary 6/14 input

32 Ground B

7 Tributary 6/14 output

8 Tributary 6/14 output

32 Ground B

5 Tributary 7/15 input

4 Tributary 7/15 input

32 Ground B

30 Tributary 7/15 output

6 Tributary 7/15 output

32 Ground B

27 Tributary 8/16 input

3 Tributary 8/16 input

32 Ground B

2 Tributary 8/16output

1 Tributary 8/16 output

32 Ground B

20 MN.00289.E - 007
Fig.20

Tab.6 - SUB-D 9 pin male USER IN/OUT

Pin Description

1 C relay contact- branch 1

2 NA/NC relay contact - branch 1

3 C relay contact - branch 2

4 NA/NC relay contact - branch 2

5 User input 01

6 User input 02

7 User input 03

8 User input 04

9 Ground

MN.00289.E - 007 21
Fig.21

Tab.7 - MNGT/1 and MNGT/2 100BaseT connector pin-out for 10/100BaseT


Ethernet connection (RJ45)

Pin Description

1 Tx+

2 Tx

3 Rx+

4 -

5 -

6 Rx

7 -

8 -

22 MN.00289.E - 007
Fig.22

Tab.8 - 2 Mbit/s wayside connector pin-out (RJ45)

Pin Description

1 Tx-C (IN) common

2 TX-F (IN) 120 Ohm

3 GND

4 TX-F (IN) 75 Ohm

5 Rx-C (OUT) common

6 Rx-F (OUT) 120 Ohm

7 GND

8 Rx-F (OUT) 75 Ohm

Fig.23 - ODU connections (connector coax type SMA)

MN.00289.E - 007 23
Fig.24 - IDI power connectors

24 MN.00289.E - 007
3 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF ODU ASN
WITH STANDARD LOCK

3.1 ODU COUPLING KIT

Two versions of ODU can be connected to ALplus2/ALCplus2 IDU: ODU AS and ODU ASN. Both versions
need to be completed with a coupling kit to be connected to the mechanical structure for the installation.

3.1.1 ODU AS

ODU AS is factory assembled with a "Fast Lock" coupling kit (see Fig.25); for the installation it needs Oring
and grounding bolt only.

3.1.2 ODU ASN

ODU ASN can mount two different coupling kits in order to obtain a Fast Lock ASN or a Standard ASN. After
having mounted the proper coupling kit the ODU needs O-ring and grounding bolt.

3.1.2.1 Fast lock coupling kit

The Fast Lock coupling kit is the same used in ODU AS and so after kit, O-ring and grounding bolt assembly,
the ASN Fast Lock can be installed in the same way of ODU AS.

Coupling kit assembly procedure

See Fig.26 - Put the Fast Lock coupling kit on the ODU. Align the four holes of the coupling kit with the four
nut screws on the ODU. Insert and tighten the four screws.

3.1.2.2 Standard coupling kit

The standard coupling kit is mounted on ASN ODU by means of four screws.

Coupling kit assembly procedure

See Fig.27 - Put the standard coupling kit on the ODU.

Align the four holes of the coupling kit with the four nut screws on the ODU. Insert and tighten the four
screws.

MN.00289.E - 007 25
3.2 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU WITH INTEGRAT-
ED ANTENNA

3.2.1 ODU AS and ODU ASN (Fast Lock)

The installation of ODUs with Fast Lock coupling kit is described in previous chapters.

3.2.2 ODU ASN (Standard Lock)

Mounting kit 1+0 version

Centring ring and relevant screws

M10 bolts
ODU with O-ring and devices for ground connection

Mounting kit 1+1 version

Centring ring and relevant screws

M10 bolts for hybrid and ODU mounting

Hybrid mechanical body

Polarization twist disk (see Fig.30)

2 ODUs with O-rings and devices for ground connection.

1+0 ODU

Install the antenna using the antenna installation guide (specific for each antenna) inside the antenna box
provided by antenna producer.

Keep attention to the polarization of the antenna feeder depending on requested polarization.

After the antenna is installed onto the pole, the ODU must be installed, see Fig.28.

Position the three holes circular flange (1) on the antenna flange and align the three holes on the
circular flange with the three relevant holes on the antenna flange

Insert and tighten the three 3mm M4 Allen screws (2) using a 3mm Allen wrench (torque = 2 Nm)

Screw partially the four M10 bolts (3) on the antenna back plate: each bolt should be tightened to
have the square head out of the hole of about 13-14mm (the thickness of hook (4), use 15mm span-
ner)

Apply seal and lubricant grease Dow Corning 4 to the O-ring, protecting fingers with gloves, and
insert in the proper track on the ODU flange

Position the ODU (5) vertically near the four bolts on the antenna flange and align the ODU to match
the polarization of the antenna feeder:

- vertical polarization: the handle (6) of the ODU is at the bottom left corner

- horizontal polarization: the handle (6) of the ODU is at the bottom right corner

After the right position has been found, rotate 30 counter clockwise the ODU and approach the
ODU to the antenna flange in order to have the four slots of the Standard Lock cross between the
four bolts

26 MN.00289.E - 007
Rotate 30 clockwise the ODU to hook each slots on the relevant bolt

When each slot is firmly hooked on the relevant bolt, tighten each bolt (use 15mm spanner,
torque=46mm)

Optional: sun cover kit - Insert the sun cover and tie one of its bottom holes to the ODU handle by
means of the black plastic strip included in the sun cover kit

The ODU is ready to be connected to the IDU-ODU cable and to the grounding cable.

1+1 ODU

Install The antenna using the antenna installation guide (specific for each antenna) inside the antenna box
by antenna producer.

Keep attention to the polarization of the antenna feeder depending on requested polarization.

After the antenna is installed onto the pole, follow the procedure below, see Fig.29.

Mounting the hybrid (3) on the back of the antenna:

position the three holes circular flange (1) on the antenna flange and align the holes on the circular
flange with the relevant holes on the antenna flange

insert and tighten the three 3mm M4 Allen screws (2) using a 3mm Allen wrench (torque = 2mm)

prepare the polarization disk (see Fig.30) with the two O-rings: seal and lubricant grease Dow Corn-
ing 4 must be applied to the O-ring, protecting fingers with gloves; each O-ring must be inserted in
the proper track on each surface of the disk

mount always (with vertical and with horizontal polarization) the polarization disk on the hybrid
flange (antenna side) as shown in Fig.30 and tighten the four screws (only three screws in 13 GHz
and 15 GHz hybrid). The polarization disk must br oriented depending on requested polarization by
antenna feeder (position V or H as shown in Fig.30. Torque values as in .

Tab.9 - Torques for tightening screws

Frequencies Screw Tool Torque

from 18 to 38 GHz Allen screw M3 Allen key 2.5mm 1 Nm

up to 15 GHz Allen screw M4 Allen key 3mm 2 Nm

Mount the hybrid on the back of the antenna by means of four M10 bolts (4) (torque = 46 Nm)
Mounting each ODU on the hybrid:

Screw partially four M10 bolts (4) on the hybrid flange (ODU side): each bolt should be tightened
to have the square head out of the hole of about 13-14 mm, use 15 mm spanner

Apply seal and lubricant grease Dow Corning 4 to the O-ring, protecting fingers with gloves, and
insert in the proper track on the ODU flange

Position the ODU (5) vertically near the four bolts on the antenna flange and align the ODU to match
the polarization of the antenna feeder: horizontal polarization must be used, the handle (6) of the
ODU is at the bottom right corner

After the right position has been found, rotate 30 counter clockwise the ODU and approach the
ODU to the antenna flange in order to have the four slots (7) of the Standard Lock cross between
the four bolts on the hybrid

Rotate 30 clockwise the ODU to hook each slots on the relevant bolt
When each slot is firmly hooked on the relevant bolt, tighten each bolt (use 15 mm spanner, torque
= 46Nm)

Optional: sun cover kit - Insert the sun cover and tie one of its bottom holes to the ODU handle by
means of the black plastic strip included in the sun cover kit

Now the ODU is ready to be connected to the IDU-ODU cable and to the grounding cable

Repeat for the other ODU on the other side

MN.00289.E - 007 27
Optional: sun cover kit. Insert the sun cover and tie one of its bottom holes to the ODU handle by
means of the black plastic strip included in the sun cover kit

Now the ODU is ready to be connected to the IDU-ODU cable and to the grounding cable.

3.3 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU WITH SEPARAT-


ED ANTENNA

Diameter of the pole 60-114 mm

3.3.1 ODU AS and ODU ASN (Fast Lock)

The installation of ODUs with Fast Lock coupling kit is described in previous chapters.

3.3.2 ODU ASN (Standard Lock)

Mounting kit 1+0 version

Supporting plate, fixing bracket with M10 130mm bolts (with washer, spring and nut)
1 antenna side flange, variable as function of RF frequency, with relevant screws

M10 25mm bolts for ODU mounting

ODU with O-ring and devices for ground connection

Mounting kit 1+1 version

Supporting plate, fixing bracket with M10 130mm bolts (with washer, spring and nut)

M10 25mm bolts for hybrid and ODUs mounting

Hybrid mechanical body

Polarization twist disk (see Fig.108)

2 ODUs with O-rings and devices for ground connection.

28 MN.00289.E - 007
3.3.2.1 1+0 ODU

See Fig.31.

Position the supporting plate (1) on the pole and fix the rear bracket (2) to it by means of the four
130 mm M10 bolt (3) with relevant washers, springs and nuts (use 15mm spanner, torque =
46Nm).

Fix the antenna side flange (4) with the proper screws (in Fig.31) the antenna flange is shown in
two different positions depending on the polarization), the screw holes side is the side where the
waveguide must be installed.

On the supporting plate, on the opposite side respect to the antenna flange just mounted, insert in
holes (5) on the supporting plate the four 25mm M10 bolts (3): screw them partially, each bolt
should be tightened to have the square head out of the hole of about 13-14 mm (the thickness of
hook (4), use 15mm spanner).

Apply seal and lubricant grease Dow Corning 4 to the O-ring, protecting fingers with gloves, and
insert it in the proper track on the ODU flange.

Position the ODU vertically near the four bolts on the supporting plate and align the ODU to match
the polarization of the antenna flange:

- vertical polarization: the handle of the ODU is at the bottom left corner

- horizontal polarization: the handle of the ODU is at the bottom right corner

After the right position has been found, rotate 30 counter clockwise the ODU and approach the
ODU to the supporting plate in order to have the four slots of the Standard Lock cross between the
four bolts

Rotate 30 clockwise the ODU to hook each slots on the relevant bolt
When each slot is firmly hooked on the relevant bolt, tighten each bolt (use 15 mm spanner, torque
=46 Nm).

1+1 ODU

See Fig.32.

Position the supporting plate (1) on the pole and fix the rear bracket (2) to it by means of the four
130 mm M10 bolt (3) with relevant washers, springs and nuts (use 15 mm spanner, torque = 46
Nm)

Mount the hybrid (4) on the back of the antenna by means of four 25 mm M10 bolts (5) (use 15
mm spanner with torque = 46 Nm) in the holes (6).
Mounting each ODU on the hybrid:

Screw partially four 25 mm M10 bolts positioning them in the holes (7) on the hybrid flange (ODU
side): each bolt should be tightened to have the square head out of the hole of about 13-14 mm,
use 15 mm spanner

Apply seal and lubricant grease Dow Corning 4 to the O-ring, protecting fingers with gloves, and
insert in the proper track on the ODU flange

Position the ODU vertically near the four bolts on the antenna flange and align the ODU to match
the polarization of the antenna feeder: horizontal polarization must be used, the handle of the ODU
is at the bottom right corner

After the right position has been found, rotate 30 counter clockwise the ODU and approach it to
the antenna flange in order to have the four slots of the Standard Lock cross between the four bolts
on the hybrid

Rotate 30 clockwise the ODU to hook each slots on the relevant bolt

When each slot is firmly hooked on the relevant bolt, tighten each bolt (use 15 mm spanner, torque
= 46 Nm)

Optional: sun cover kit - insert the sun cover and tie one of its bottom holes to the ODU handle by
means of the black plastic strip included in the sun cover kit

Now the ODU is ready to be connected to the IDU-ODU cable and to the grounding cable

Repeat for the other ODU on the other side.

MN.00289.E - 007 29
Waveguide towards the antenna

After having installed the ODU in 1+0 configuration or in 1+1 configuration, the waveguide towards the
antenna must be installed.

1+0: the waveguide must be fixed to the antenna flange on the supporting plate of the ODU. In
case of flexible waveguides, an excessive folding can damage the waveguide, see Tab.10 for details.

1+1: the waveguide must be fixed to the hybrid. In case of flexible waveguides, an excessive folding
can damage the waveguide, see Tab.10 for details.

Tab.10 - Waveguide bending radius according to frequency

Bending radius Bending radius Bending radius with Bending radius with
without rebending without rebending rebending mm rebending mm
Frequency
mm (inch) mm (inch) (inch) (inch)
E-plane a H-plane b E-plane a. H-plane b.

6 GHz or 7 GHz low 200 (7,9) 500 (19,8) 300 (11,9) 600 (23,7)

7 GHz high 200 (7,9) 500 (19,8) 250 (9,9) 600 (23,7)

11 GHz 130 (5,1) 280 (11,0) 150 (5,9) 300 (11,9)

13 GHz 130 (5,1) 280 (11,0) 150 (5,9) 300 (11,9)

15 GHz 130 (5,1) 280 (11,0) 150 (5,9) 300 (11,9)

18 GHz 130 (5,1) 280 (11,0) 150 (5,9) 300 (11,9)

23 GHz 110 (4,3) 230 (9,1) 130 (5,1) 250 (9,9)

38 GHz 80 (3,1) 140 (5,5) 90 (3,6) 150 (5,9)

a. Banding E-plane

Rmin/E
Bending E-plane
(short side of the section)

b. Bending H-plane

Rmin/H
Bending H-plane
(long side of the section)

30 MN.00289.E - 007
O-ring

ODU AS

Eyelet terminal

Grounding bolt

Fig.25 - AS and ASN ODUs

MN.00289.E - 007 31
Fast lock coupling flange

Screws

O-ring

ODU ASN

Eyelet terminal

Grounding bolt

Fig.26 - ODU ASN with fast lock coupling flange

32 MN.00289.E - 007
Screws
Standard coupling flange

O-ring

ODU ASN

Eyelet terminal

Grounding bolt

Fig.27 - ODU ASN with standard coupling flange

MN.00289.E - 007 33
5
3 (Torque 46Nm)

4
M10

2 (Torque 2Nm)

Fig.28 - 1+0 ODU installation

34 MN.00289.E - 007
4
5

7
3
4

6
1

Fig.29 - 1+1 ODU installation

MN.00289.E - 007 35
Fig.30 - Polarization disk

114-60
3

Fig.31 - 1+0 antenna flange

36 MN.00289.E - 007
7
4
3
1

5
2

Fig.32 - 1+1 antenna flange

MN.00289.E - 007 37
4 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU
WITH SEPARATED ANTENNA

4.1 INSTALLATION KIT

Following installation kits are supplied with the equipment depending on different versions:

1+0 version

- antisliding strip (see Fig.33)

- supporting plate plus 60-114 mm pole fixing bracket and relevant nuts and bolts (see Fig.34)

- adapting tools and relevant bolts and nuts for 219 mm pole (see Fig.35

- Band-it fixing system (see Fig.38)

- antenna side flange, variable as function of RF frequency (see Fig.36)

- support with ODU fast locking mechanism (see Fig.34)

- connection to the antenna with flexible wave guide and possible use of a rigid elbow (optional)
(see Fig.36)

- kit for ground connection making part of ODU


1+0 version (6 GHz only)
Besides the previous items a specific flange adaptor (kit V32409) must be used (see Fig.44). The
flange is UDR70.

1+1 version

- antisliding strip (see Fig.33)

- supporting plate plus pole fixing bracket and relevant nuts and bolts (see Fig.34)

- adapting tools and relevant bolts and nuts for 219 mm pole (see Fig.35)

- hybrid with ODU fast locking mechanism (see Fig.37)

- flexible waveguide trunk for connection to antenna (optional) (see Fig.36)

- kit for ground connection making part of the two ODUs.

1+1 version (6 GHz only)


Besides the previous items a specific flange adaptor (kit V32415) must be used (see Fig.45). The
flange is UDR70.

Warning: in order to avoid damages to flexible waveguides, don't fold or twist them more than values spec-
ified as limit in installation instructions of the waveguide supplier.
In case of flexible wave guide use, Tab.13 shows the maximum bending radius.

4.1.1 Required tools for mounting (not supplied)

N.2 13mm torque wrench

N.1 15 mm torque wrench

N.1 17 mm torque wrench

N.1 3 mm Allen wrench

Warning: if screwing operation concerns more than one screw or bolt, tighten subsequently everyone and
its opposite, step by step.

38 MN.00289.E - 007
4.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Installation procedure proceeds according to the following steps:

version 1+0: installation onto the pole of the supporting plate 2

version 1+0: installation onto the pole of the support plate by Band-it
version 1+1: installation onto the pole of the supporting plate 2

installation of the ODU (common to both 1+0 and 1+1 version)

ODU grounding

4.2.1 1+0 version - Installation onto the pole of the supporting plate

Fig.33 - Mount antislide strip around the pole. The position of the plastic blocks depends on the position of
the supporting plate (see next step)

Fig.34 - Adhere the supporting plate to the antisliding strip plastic blocks and then secure it to the pole
through the fixing bracket for 60-114 mm pole (see Fig.34). Bolts and nuts are available on the supporting
plate. Tightening torque must be 32 Nm.

Warning: As shown in Fig.35 an adapting kit must be used for the 219 mm pole. It consists of an additional
plate to enlarge the standard supporting plate dimension and relevant U-bolt for 219 mm pole fixing.

Fig.36 - Fix the flexible waveguide to the antenna side flange. Four fixing screws are available the dimen-
sions of which depend on the waveguide type. Tighten progressively and alternatively the four screws with
the following torque:

Tab.11 - Torques for tightening screws

Frequencies Screw Tool Torque

from 18 to 38 GHz Allen screw M3 Allen key 2.5mm 1 Nm

up to 15 GHz Allen screw M4 Allen key 3mm 2 Nm

Fig.36 - Fix the antenna side flange to the support with ODU fast locking mechanism. The flange can be
mounted horizontally (as shown in Fig.36) or vertically as function of convenience.

Fig.37 - Fix the support with ODU fast locking mechanism to the supporting plate making use of available
bolts and nuts. Fig.37 shows the possible positions. Tightening torque must be 18 Nm. 2 In case of 219
mm pole, an adapting kit is supplied for the purpose.

4.2.2 1+0 version - Installation onto the pole of the supporting plate by
Band-it

In case of 1+0 ODU installation, a Band-it pole mounting kit can be used: through slots (see Fig.38) on
the supporting plate two metallic bands secure the plate on the pole. Band characteristics are:

thickness 0.76 mm

width 19 mm.

It is also possible to use the anti-sliding system (optional).

MN.00289.E - 007 39
4.2.3 1+1 version - Installation onto the pole of the supporting plate

Fig.33 - Mount antislide strip around the pole. The position of the plastic blocks depends on the position of
the supporting plate (see next step)

Fig.34 - Position the supporting plate to the antisliding strip plastic blocks and then secure it to the pole
through the fixing bracket for 60-114 mm pole (see Fig.34). Bolts and nuts are available on the supporting
plate kit. Tightening torque must be 32 Nm.

Fig.39 - Secure the hybrid with ODU fast locking mechanism to the supporting plate using bolt and nuts
available on the support plate. Tightening torque must be 18 Nm. Remove the plastic cover from the hybrid
flange sides.

Warning: Do not remove the foil from the hybrid flange sides.

Fig.39 - Fix the flexible waveguide to the antenna side flange. Four fixing screws are available the dimen-
sions of which depend on the waveguide type. Tighten progressively and alternatively the four screws with
the following torque:

Tab.12 - Torques for tightening screws

Frequencies Screw Tool Torque

from 18 to 38 GHz Allen screw M3 Allen key 2.5mm 1 Nm

up to 15 GHz Allen screw M4 Allen key 3mm 2 Nm

Warning: It is advisable to shape the waveguide flexible trunk, connecting ODU flange with antenna flange
as shown in Fig.42. This avoids possible condensate to be channelled towards the ODU flange.

4.2.4 Installation of the ODU

1. Remove the plastic cover from the ODU flange side. Apply seal and lubricant grease Dow Corning 4
to the O-ring of Fig.41.

Warning: Do not remove the foil from the flange.

2. Bring the ODU with the two hands and position the ODU handle at the bottom side.

3. Position the ODU body close to the support with ODU fast locking mechanism and align ODU side
flange (see Fig.41) to antenna side flange (see Fig.36 - 1+0 version) or hybrid side flange (see
Fig.39 - 1+1 version).

Note: For 1+0 version the ODU can assume positions of Fig.40 depending on the polarisation.

4. With respect to the flange alignment, turn the ODU body approx. 30 anti-clockwise and then insert
the ODU body into the support and search for alignment between reference tooth on the support
(see Fig.36 - 1+0 version or Fig.39 - 1+1 version) and ODU body reference tooth (see detail Fig.41)

5. When alignment is achieved, turn the ODU body clockwise until "clack" is heard and the ODU rota-
tion stops.

6. Secure ODU body on the support by tightening bolts (1) (see Fig.36- 1+0 version or Fig.39 - 1+1
version). Tightening torque must be 6 Nm. Final assembly of 1+1 version is shown in Fig.42. A par-
asol mounting is optionally possible.

40 MN.00289.E - 007
4.2.5 Grounding

The ODU must be connected to ground making reference to details of Fig.43.

Tab.13 - Waveguide bending radius according to frequency

Bending radius Bending radius Bending radius with Bending radius with
without rebending without rebending rebending mm rebending mm
Frequency
mm (inch) mm (inch) (inch) (inch)
E-plane a H-plane b E-plane a. H-plane b.

6 GHz or 7 GHz low 200 (7,9) 500 (19,8) 300 (11,9) 600 (23,7)

7 GHz high 200 (7,9) 500 (19,8) 250 (9,9) 600 (23,7)

11 GHz 130 (5,1) 280 (11,0) 150 (5,9) 300 (11,9)

13 GHz 130 (5,1) 280 (11,0) 150 (5,9) 300 (11,9)

15 GHz 130 (5,1) 280 (11,0) 150 (5,9) 300 (11,9)

18 GHz 130 (5,1) 280 (11,0) 150 (5,9) 300 (11,9)

23 GHz 110 (4,3) 230 (9,1) 130 (5,1) 250 (9,9)

38 GHz 80 (3,1) 140 (5,5) 90 (3,6) 150 (5,9)

a. Banding E-plane

Rmin/E
Bending E-plane
(short side of the section)

b. Bending H-plane

Rmin/H
Bending H-plane
(long side of the section)

MN.00289.E - 007 41
Plastic blocks
Antisliding strip

Fig.33 - Antisliding strip

42 MN.00289.E - 007
Use 17 mm wrench
(32Nm torque)

Supporting plate

Use 15 mm wrench
(32Nm torque)

Fig.34 - 60-114mm pole supporting plate fixing

MN.00289.E - 007 43
Fig.35 - Adapting kit for 219mm pole

44 MN.00289.E - 007
In option

Antenna side flange

Support with ODU fast


lockinh mechanism

Reference tooth

Reference tooth

1
1

Position of antenna
side flange

Fig.36 - Mounting position

MN.00289.E - 007 45
A

Adapting kit for 219 mm pole

B C

Fig.37 - Possible positions of the support with ODU fast locking mechanism

46 MN.00289.E - 007
Fig.38 - Band-it pole mounting kit

MN.00289.E - 007 47
Use 13 mm wrench
(18 Nm torque)

Hybrid with ODU fast


locking mechanism

Reference tooth Reference tooth

Optional vawe
guide

RT1 RT2

Fig.39 - Installation onto the pole of the supporting plate

48 MN.00289.E - 007
Vertical Horizontal

Fig.40 - Position of the ODU body depending on the polarisation for 1+0. For 1+1 the polarisa-
tion is always vertical: handle at the left side

MN.00289.E - 007 49
Reference tooth

O-ring
ODU side flange

ASN version

"N"

"BNC"

Ground bolt

AS version

Fig.41 - ODU body reference tooth

50 MN.00289.E - 007
ASN version
Suncover (optional)

AS version

Fig.42 - Final ODU assembly of 1+1 version

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1
2
3

4
5
ASN version

AS version

Fig.43 - ODU grounding

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Spring

Washer

Screw M5x25

UDR70 antenna flange

Screw M4x8

Fig.44 - Kit V32409

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UDR70 flange

Screw M4x18
Spring

Washer

O-Ring

Hybrid 6 GHz
(balanced or
unbalanced)

Fig.45 - Kit V32415

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5 INSTALLATION ONTO THE WALL OF THE ODU-
WITH SEPARATED ANTENNA

5.1 INSTALLATION KIT

Following installation is available:

Extension plate

Supporting plate

M8 bolt and nut

Another possible fixation

Fig.46 - Wall supporting plate

See chapter 3 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF ODU ASN wITH STANDARD LOCK and 4 INSTALLATION
ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU WITH SEPARATED ANTENNA for ODU support installation.

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6 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU
WITH INTEGRATED ANTENNA

6.1 FOREWORD

The installation onto the pole of the ODU with integrated antenna concerns both 1+0 and 1+1 versions.

6.1.1 Installation kit

Following installation kits are supplied with the equipment depending on different versions:

1+0 version

60 to 114 mm pole mounting kit consisting of:


- centring ring and relevant screws (see Fig.47)

- antislide strip (see Fig.48)

- pole support system and pole fixing brackets (see Fig.49)

- ODU with O-ring and devices for ground connection

1+1 version

pole mounting kit from 60 to 114 mm for 1+1 consisting of:

- centring ring and relevant screws (see Fig.47)

- antislide strip (see Fig.48)

- pole support system and pole fixing brackets (see Fig.49)

hybrid mechanical body (see Fig.58)

polarization twist disk (see Fig.60)

2 ODUs with O-rings and devices for ground connection.

6.1.2 Required tools for mounting (Not supplied)

N.2 13 mm torque wrench

N.1 15 mm torque wrench

N.1 17 mm torque wrench

N.1 3 mm allen wrench.

Warning: if screwing operation concerns more than one screw or bolt, tighten subsequently everyone and
its opposite, step by step.

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6.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Installation procedure proceeds according with the following steps:

1+0 version

1. installation onto the pole of the support system

2. installation of the antenna

3. installation of ODU
4. antenna aiming

5. ODU grounding

1+1 version

1. installation onto the pole of the support system

2. installation of the antenna


3. installation of hybrid circuit

4. installation of the two ODUs

5. antenna aiming

6. ODU grounding.

6.2.1 Installation onto the pole of the support system and the antenna

Fig.47 - Set the antenna in such a position as to be able to operate on its rear side. Locate the five threaded
holes around antenna flange. Mount centring ring onto antenna flange and tight it with 3 calibrated bolts.

Caution: centring ring should be mounted so that the screws do not stick out.

Define if the antenna will be mounted with vertical or horizontal polarization. Check that free drain holes
stay at bottom side. Mount bolt type M10x30, in position A leaving it loose of 2 cm approx. With horizontal
polarization mount bolt type M10x30 in position D, leaving it loose of 2 cm approx.

Fig.48 - Mount antislide strip onto the pole. Place blocks as in Fig.48 following antenna aiming direction.

Tighten the strip with screwdriver.


Fig.49 - Mount pole supporting system with relevant pole fixing brackets following antenna aiming direction
as indicated by arrow. Antislide strip should result at the centre of supporting plate. Supporting system
should lean against antislide clamp with the tooth as in Fig.50. Position the antenna in such a way that bolt
in position A or D of Fig.47 cross through hole E of Fig.51. Secure the support system to the pole by means
of the pole fixing brackets and relevant fixing bolts.

Fig.52 - Rotate the antenna body until the remainder three antenna holes coincide with the three support
holes. Secure the antenna to the support by thightening the relevant passing through bolts.

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6.2.2 Installation of ODU

1+0 version

1. Apply seal and lubricant grease Dow Corning 4 to the O-ring (4) of Fig.55 by protecting finger hands
with gloves.

2. Bring the ODU with the two hands and position the ODU handle at the bottom side. The ODU handle
can assume position of Fig.53 depending on the polarization.

3. Position the ODU body near the support system and align ODU side flange to antenna side flange
(see Fig.54). With respect to the flange alignment, turn the ODU body approx. 30 anti-clockwise
and then insert the ODU body into the support and search for alignment between reference tooth
on the support (see Fig.54) and ODU body reference tooth (see detail of Fig.55).

4. When alignment is achieved, turn the ODU body clockwise until "clack" is heard and the ODU rota-
tion stops. Fig.56 and Fig.57 show ODU housing final position for vertical and horizontal polarization
respectively.

5. Secure ODU body on the support system by tightening bolts (1) of Fig.54.

1+1 version

Fig.58 - Apply seal and lubricant grease Dow Corning 4 to O-rings (1). Insert O-rings (1) and (6) into twist
polarization disk (2).

Vertical polarization

Fix the disk on hybrid flange placing marker (4), on disk, close to V mark.
Horizontal polarization

Fix the disk on hybrid flange placing reference (4), on disk, close to H mark.

In 13 GHz and 15 GHz ODUs the polarization disk is fixed to the hybrid flange by means of 3 screws as
shown in Fig.59.

Caution: Twist disk has two planes. Take care of position marker (4) on twist disk. The position of marker
(4) plane should be in contact to hybrid like in figure. Tighten progressively and alternatively screws (7)
with the same number of spring washers (8) with the following torque:

Tab.14 - Torques for tightening screws

Frequencies Screw Tool Torque

from 18 to 38 GHz Allen screw M3 Allen key 2.5mm 1 Nm

up to 15 GHz Allen screw M4 Allen key 3mm 2 Nm

Fig.60 - Fix hybrid to support system with four bolts (1) taking care of RT1/RT2 position shown by labels
of Fig.60. Tighten progressively and alternatively four bolts (1).

6.2.3 ODU installation

The installation procedure of the two ODUs is the same.

1. Apply seal and lubricant grease Dow Corning 4 to the O-ring (4) of the Fig.55 by protecting finger
hands with gloves.

2. Bring the ODU with the two hands and position the ODU handle at the bottom side. For 1+0 the
ODU can assume position of Fig.53 depending on the polarisation. For 1+1 the handle ODU position
is always placed at the right side (horizontal polarization).

3. Position the ODU body near the support system and align ODU side flange to antenna side flange
(see Fig.54). With respect to the flange alignment, turn the ODU body approx. 30 anti-clockwise

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and then insert the ODU body into the support and search for alignment between reference tooth
on the support (see Fig.54) and ODU body reference tooth (see detail of Fig.55).

4. When alignment is achieved, turn the ODU body clockwise until "clack" is heard and the ODU rota-
tion stops. Fig.56 and Fig.57 show ODU housing final position for vertical and horizontal polarization
respectively for 1+0 version. Fig.61 shows ODU housing final position for 1+1 version.

5. Secure ODU body on the support system by tightening bolts (1) of Fig.54.

6.3 ANTENNA AIMING

Antenna aiming for 1+0 version and 1+1 version is the same. The antenna aiming devices allow to perform
the following adjustments with respect to the starting aiming position:

Horizontal 15 operating on the nut (3) shown in Fig.62, only after having loosen the nuts (7),
(8), (9), (10) of Fig.63.

Vertical 15 operating on vertical adjustment worm screw (2) shown in Fig.62 only after having
loosen nuts (1), (2), (11) of Fig.63 and (4) and (5) of Fig.62.
For adjustment from 0 to +30 extract nut (1) Fig.63 and position it in hole (4), extract nut (2)
Fig.63 and position it in hole (6). Operate on vertical adjustment worm screw (2) after having loosen
nuts (1), (2), (11) of Fig.63 and (4) of Fig.62.
For adjustment from 0 to -30 extract nut (1) of Fig.63 and position it in hole (3), extract nut (2)
of Fig.63 and position it in hole (5). Operate on vertical adjustment worm screw (2) after having
loosen nuts (1), (2), (11) of Fig.63 and (4) of Fig.62.
For vertical adjustment some markers, every 10, are available on support.
The bigger marker gives 0 starting aiming position. Once the optimum aiming position is obtained,
tighten firmly the four nuts (1), (2), (11) of Fig.63 and (4) and (5) of Fig.62 for vertical adjustment
and the four nuts (7), (8), (9), (10) of Fig.63 for horizontal adjustment. Tighten with 15 mm wrench
and 32 Nm torque.

6.4 COMPATIBILITY

The pole installation kit of the ODU unit in 1+0 and 1+1 configuration is compatible with integrated antenna
complying with SIAE standard with measures 0.2 m, 0.4 m, 0.6 m, 0.8 m of diameter.

6.5 GROUNDING

See Fig.64.

On ODU grounding can be connected with the available bolt spring washer and flat washers as shown.

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A D D C

B C A B

Vertical polarization horizontal polarization

3 mm allen key 2
2,5 Nm torque

A
1
C

Fig.47 - Centring ring position

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2

Fig.48 - Antisliding strip

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1

Antenna aiming direction


3

15 mm wrench
32 Nm torque 3

3 3

Fig.49 - Support mount on pole

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Antenna aiming direction

Fig.50 - Supporting system position

Fig.51 - Hole E

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B C

A D

15 mm wrench
32 Nm torque

Fig.52 - Antenna installation on pole support

Vertical Horizontal

Fig.53 - Position of the ODU handle depending on the polarisation for 1+0. For 1+1 the polari-
sation is always horizontal. Handle at the right side.

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1 13 mm wrench
6 Nm torque
H
H

H
H
1
1
H
H

H
H
1

Fig.54 - Support system for ODU housing and reference tooth in evidence

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Reference tooth

O-ring
ODU side flange

ASN version

"N"

"BNC"

Ground bolt

AS version

Fig.55 - ODU body reference tooth

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5
30

Fig.56 - ODU housing final position for vertical polarization

5
30

5
30

Fig.57 - ODU housing final position for horizontal polarization

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7

2
4
6

Fig.58 - Hybrid and polarization disk

68 MN.00289.E - 007
Horizontal polarization

Vertical polarization

Fig.59 - Polarization disk fixing (only for 13GHz and 15GHz)

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1

RT1
2
1
RT2
13 mm wrench
18 Nm torque

Fig.60 - Hybrid mount on pole support

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ASN version

AS version

Fig.61 - ODU housing final position for 1+1 version

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3
4
5 1
2

Fig.62 - Vertical and horizontal adjustments

15 mm wrench 15 mm wrench
32 Nm torque 32 Nm torque

7
4 11 1 8
3

10

9 15 mm wrench
6 32 Nm torque
5 2
15 mm wrench
32 Nm torque

Fig.63 - Antenna aiming block

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1
2
3

4
5
ASN version

AS version

Fig.64 - ODU grounding

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7 GENERAL INSTALLATION

7.1 RG8 CABLE RUNWAY

Fig.65 -

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7.2 OUTDOOR GROUNDING

Fig.66 - Outdoor grounding

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1
2
3

4
5
ASN version

AS version

Fig.67 - Detail of ODU grounding connection

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7.3 INDOOR INSTALLATION

7.3.1 Patch panel

The patch panel is an adapter tributary connector, with the following properties:

it doesnt require external power supply

it is usable for any SIAE indoor equipment

7.3.1.1 Patch panel versions

The patch panels available are listed in Tab.15

Tab.15 - List of patch panel

SIAE code Descriptions

D60022 SCSI BNC 16E1 Patch panel (see Fig.68)

D60023 SCSI 1.6/5.6 16E1 patch panel (see Fig.69)

D60024 SCSI 1.0/2.3 16E1 patch panel (see Fig.70)

D60025 SCSI 1.0/2.3 32E1 patch panel (see Fig.71)

D60026 SCSI RJ45 16E1 patch panel (see Fig.72)

D60027 SCSI RJ45 32E1 patch panel (see Fig.73)

Fig.68 - D60022 SCSI BNC 16E1 patch panel

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Fig.69 - D60023 SCSI 1.6/5.6 16E1 patch panel

Fig.70 - D60023 SCSI 1.0/2.3 16E1 patch panel

Fig.71 - D60025 SCSI 1.0/2.3 32E1 patch panel

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Fig.72 - D60026 SCSI RJ45 16E1 patch panel

Fig.73 - D60027 SCSI RJ45 32E1 patch panel

7.3.1.2 Patch panel grounding points

In the rear side of patch panel there are 2 Faston grounding points (left and right - see Fig.74); connect
only one of them with proper cable.

Fig.74 - Grounding point of patch panel

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7.3.1.3 Patch panel cables

There are 2 SIAE coded cable for the patch panel:

F03556: it is an unbalanced 75 Ohm SCSI-SCSI connectors 1m length cable

F03549: it is a balanced 120 Ohm SCSI-SCSI connectors 1m length cable.

According to the patch panel used, choose the appropriate cable. See Tab.16.

Tab.16 - Patch panel cable

SIAE code Patch panel

F03549 D60026 and D60027

F03556 D60022, D60023, D60024 and D60025

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7.3.2 Indoor grounding points

Fig.75 - Grounding tapping sample for indoor site-structure monople

Warning: Only 2 point for grounding tapping needed according to this project. For additional point will add
as per client requirement. Details as per Tab.17

Tab.17 -

Grounding Point Tapping Location

Point 1 Nearest grounding bar to the radio/antenna

Point 2 Before the entries cabin/outdoor cabinet

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Fig.76 - Grounding tapping sample for indoor site-structure tower

Warning: Only 2 point for grounding tapping needed according to this project. For additional point will add
as per client requirement. Details as per Tab.18

Tab.18 -

Grounding Point Tapping Location

Point 1 Nearest grounding bar to the radio/antenna

Point 2 Before the entries cabin/outdoor cabinet

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8 LABELLING

8.1 LABELLING TOOLS

BROTHERS, CASIO (KL-60 EZ)-Label Printer (Battery Operated)

Cartridge size: 9mm height for all indoor labelling and the length is dependant on the length of the
message.

Background Colour is Yellow


T cable tie.

Fig.77

Alphabet Template = 40mm antenna labelling.

Fig.78 -

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8.2 INDOOR LABELLING

8.2.1 IDU Labelling

1st Sticker:

- First Row (Link ID - refer SSR)

- Second Row (Link Name)


2nd Sticker:

- Third Row (Equipment Configurations)

- Fourth Row (Receive & Transmit Details)

- Size: 2x2

3rd Sticker:

- fifth Row (Agent IP Address)

Example:

1st Sticker

LINK ID:193
TESCO EXTRA OUTDOOR(xxxxx) TO WORLD WIDE(xxxxx)

2nd Sticker

ALC+2/4FE32E1(18G-P)/2,2/7V
RSL:xxx Tx POWER:xxx Tx:7442MHZ Rx:7596MHZ

3rd Sticker

AGENT IP ADDRESS: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

PATCH PANEL/ DDF RACK LABELING

TESCO XXXXX, 32E1

8.2.2 Equipment Rack Labeling

First Row (Rack No.)

Size: 3x1

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Example:

RACK 3

8.2.3 DC Breaker Labelling at Rectifier

First Row (POWER RACK No.)

Size: 2x1

Example:

POWER A RACK3

8.2.4 DC Breaker Labelling at Equipment Rack DC PDB for Main Power

First Row (POWER RACK No.)

Size: 2x1

Example:

POWER A RACK3

8.2.5 DC Breaker Labelling at Rack DC PDB for ALCplus2 Power Supply

Main Power Supply

First Row (MAIN), site LRD, far end site id

Second Row (Direction of the Link)

Size: 2x2

Example:

MAIN
SHT XXXXX

Standby Power Supply.

First Row (PWR STBY)

Second Row (Direction of the Link)

Size: 2x2

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Example:

STBY
SHT XXXX

8.2.6 Power Cable labelling at ALCplus2 IDU

Main Power Supply

First Row (POWER)

Second Row (MAIN/STANDBY)

Size: 2x1

Example:

POWER
MAIN

POWER
STANDBY

8.2.7 IF Cable labelling at ALCplus2 IDU

First Row (IF MAIN/STANDBY)


Second Row (Direction of the link)

Size: Auto

Example:

IF MAIN
WORLD WIDE XXXXX

IF STANDBY
WORLD WIDE XXXXX

8.2.8 IF Cable labelling before and after Surge Aresstor

First Row (IF MAIN/STANDBY)

Second Row (Direction of the link)

Size: Auto

86 MN.00289.E - 007
Example:

IF MAIN
WORLD WIDExxxxx

IF STANDBY
WORLD WIDE XXXXX

8.2.9 SCSI Cable Labelling at Both ends

First Row (site ID, E1 follow by port no)

Size: 2x1

Example:

XXXXX
E1 17 - 32

8.2.10 Baseband Cable Labelling at Patch Panel

Label at e1 port 1, 8, 9,16,17,24,25 and 32 TX and RX side.


Size: 2x1

Example:

XXXXX
E1 1 IN

XXXXX
E1 1 OUT

8.2.11 DDF Rack Labelling

Format DDF Rack No.

Size: 2x1

Example:

DDF 3

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8.2.12 DDF Frame Labelling

Format: (FULL NAME FAR END OF SITE,SITE ID, NO. OF E1,PRINT VERTICAL)

Size: 2x1

Example:

TESCO XXXXX, 32E1

8.2.13 Baseband Cable Labelling at DDF

Label at e1 port 1, 8, 9,16,17,24,25 and 32 TX and RX side.

Format: (SITE ID, SHORT NAME, 1 IN OR 1 OUT)

Size: 2x1

Example:

XXXXX SHT 1 IN

XXXXX SHT 1 OUT

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8.3 OUTDOOR LABELLING

8.3.1 Antenna Labelling

Antenna should be label as ' TO follow by direction of the link'.

Format: (DG Dataran Sunway)

Fig.79 -

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8.3.2 IF Cable labelling at ODU

First Row (FAR END ID, SHORT NAME, AND MAIN/STANDBY)

Example

Fig.80 - 1367A WORLD WIDE MAIN OR 1367A WORLD WIDE STANDBY

Labelling Abbreviations

KG as Kampung Masjid as Masjid PMTG as Permatang


BDR as Bandar SG as Sungai JLN as Jalan
PLU as Pulau BKT as Bukit PT as Parit
LRG as Lorong BT as Batu Taman as Taman
LDG as Ladang GNG as Gunung

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9 STANDARD PROCEDURE INSTALLATION

9.1 CHECKING MATERIAL ON SITE

9.1.1 Unpacking the Equipment

After the project begins, the project supervisor should unpack and inspect the equipment together with the
customer.For a non-turnkey project, when unpacking, both the customer and the project supervisor should
be present.

If one party unpacks the equipment when the other party is not present, the unpacking party shall take
responsibilities for any possible error.For a turnkey project, the project supervisor and the order manage-
ment engineer shall unpack, inspect and hand over the equipment together, and sign for the confirmation.

The procedures for unpacking and inspecting the equipment and reporting equipment problems are the
same as those for a non-turnkey project, except that the customer does not need to sign on relevant doc-
uments.After qualified initial acceptance, the equipment shall be handed over to the customer.The follow-
ing describes how to unpack, inspect and hand over the equipment for a non-turnkey project.

9.1.2 Checking the Equipment

For each site, there is a packing list for delivered equipment. Before unpacking, the project supervisor
should check the cargoes according to the packing list together with the customer.

Prerequisite

The equipment must be delivered to the site.

Both the project supervisor and the customer must be present.

Procedure

1. Print the packing list according to the electronic ship order.


2. According to the packing list, check the number of the packing boxes and the delivery destination.

3. Check the outer package. If any of the following cases is identified, stop unpacking immediately.

The outer package is severely damaged.

There is water leakage on the outside packaging box.

There is rust or water on the equipment.

Find the damage causes and report the situation to the local representative office.

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9.2 ASSEMBLE POLE

See paragraph 6.2.1 Installation onto the pole of the support system and the antenna.

9.3 ASSEMBLE ANTENNA

9.3.1 Required tools for mounting (not supplied)

N.1 2.5 mm Allen wrench

N.1 3 mm Allen wrench

N.1 6 mm Allen wrench


N.1 13 mm spanner

N.2 17 mm spanner.

Warning: if screwing operation concerns more than one screw or bolt, tighten subsequently everyone and
its opposite, step by step.

9.3.2 Mounting procedures

Setting antenna polarization

Installation of the centring ring on the antenna


Installation of 1+0 ODU support

Installation onto the pole of the assembled structure

9.4 PREPARATION WORK

9.4.1 Preparing Documents and Tools

To guarantee a smooth installation of the equipment, prepare relevant documents and tools.

9.4.2 Documents

Required documents include two categories, engineering design documents and installation guide docu-
ments. AA certificate and LB need to be laminated and keep it at sites.

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9.4.3 Tools

Required tools include common tools, special tools and instruments.

9.4.4 Checking Installation Conditions

Before starting the installation, check the installation conditions on the site and make a record.If the in-
stallation conditions do not meet the requirements, make changes accordingly.

9.4.5 Checking the Installation Conditions of the IDU

Items that need to be checked include the construction, location, temperature, humidity, dustproof meas-
ures, fire-proof measures, and antistatic measures.

9.4.6 Checking the Installation Conditions of the ODU

Items that need to be checked include the tower and the mast.

9.4.7 Checking the Lightning-Proof and Grounding System

Items that need to be checked include the indoor and outdoor grounding systems.

9.4.8 Checking the Power System

Items that need to be checked include the AC power system and the DC power system.

9.4.9 Checking Auxiliary Devices and Cables

Items that need to be checked include the Digital Distribution Frame (DDF), the Optical Distribution Frame
(ODF), outdoor cables and trunk cables.

9.5 INSTALLATION OF ODU

Installation of ODU (on 1+0 support)

Antenna aiming

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ODU grounding

1+1 Mounting procedures

Installation of Hybrid
Connect back the BNC port after installation complete

9.6 FIXING IF CONNECTOR FOR IF CABLE

Manually fasten the type-N connector or use a torque wrench with a force moment of 1.7 Nm, to avoid
damaging the type-N connector.When routing or bending the IF cable, do not use the type-N connector of
the IF cable or the IF port of the ODU as the stress point or pivot point, to avoid damaging the type-N
connector or IF port.

9.6.1 Procedure

1. Depending on the distance between the IDU and the ODU, cut off a length of IF cable with a slack
of 3 m to 5 m.

2. Make a connector for the end that is connected to the ODU. Take protective measures for the con-
nector to avoid damage to the connectors during hoisting and routing of the IF cables.

3. Affix temporary labels to both ends of the IF cable.

4. Leave enough slack of the IF cable for routing and binding it along the mast, wiring ladder and wiring
frame.
5. Connect the type-N connector of the IF cable to the surge end of the lightning arrester, and tighten
the connector.Manually fasten the type-N connector or use a torque wrench with a force moment
of 1.7 Nm, to avoid damaging the type-N connector.

6. Waterproof the connection between the ODU and the IF cable.

7. Make a connector for the end that is connected to the IF jumper.

9.7 LIFT AND INSTALLATION POLE

Mount pole supporting system with relevant pole fixing brackets following antenna aiming direction as in-
dicated by arrow. Antislide strip should result at the centre of supporting plate. Supporting system should
lean against antislide clamp with the tooth as in Fig.50. Position the antenna in such a way that bolt in
position A or D of Fig.47 cross through hole E of Fig.51. Secure the support system to the pole by means
of the pole fixing brackets and relevant fixing bolts (refer to paragraph 6.2.1 Installation onto the pole of
the support system and the antenna)

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9.8 INSTALLATION OF 19' RACK AND DDF RACK

9.8.1 Securing to floor

1. Place the rack upright, without the adjustable feet, and position it according to a layout plan.

2. Put marks through the holes, remove the rack and drill holes in the floor.

3. Put expansion plugs in the holes and hammer gently into place.
4. Mount the adjustable feet (nominal height 28 mm) and place the rack into position.

5. Insert the screws and washers and align the rack to correct vertical position by adjusting the feet.
Then tighten the screws.
6. All the new rack must be grounded.

Fig.81

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9.9 INSTALLATION OF MICROWAVE ANTENNA

Set the antenna in such a position as to be able to operate on its rear side. Locate the five threaded holes
around antenna flange. Mount centring ring onto antenna flange and tight it with 3 calibrated bolts.

Caution: centring ring should be mounted so that the screws do not stick out.

Define if the antenna will be mounted with vertical or horizontal polarization. Check that free drain holes
stay at bottom side. Mount bolt type M10x30, in position A leaving it loose of 2 cm approx. With horizontal
polarization mount bolt type M10x30 in position D, leaving it loose of 2 cm approx.

Mount antislide strip onto the pole. Place blocks as in Fig.48 following antenna aiming direction.

Tighten the strip with screwdriver.

Rotate the antenna body until the remainder three antenna holes coincide with the three support holes.
Secure the antenna to the support by thightening the relevant passing through bolts.

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10 INSTALLATION OF DCPDB

DCPDB coming together with new 19' rack and already installed on it.

10.1 INSTALLATION OF IDU

Refer to paragraph 1.3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION.

10.2 WATER PROOFING & IF CABLE ROUTE

The protection grounding cable of the ODU must be installed.Before the IF cable enters the IDU room,
make waterproof curves with the IF cable.First bind the IF cable to avoid its type-N connector being pulled.

Under the ODU, make waterproof curves with the IF cable.To ground the IF cable, first determine the
grounding point depending on the installation mode and the length of the IF cable, and then ground the
cable by using the grounding Kit. Minimum the slack in IF cable at Antenna during the installation.

10.3 INSTALLATION OF E1 CABLE

10.3.1 Cable type

Cable 8CX 75 OHM ST213/2 CT1320

Cable 16CX 75 OHM ST218/2 CT1320

10.3.2 Connector type

Connector BNC Male COAX STR.ST212

Connector CX 1,6/5,6 Female x ST212

Connector CX 1,6/5,6 male x ST212

E1 cable will run away from patch panel to DDF via existing/new cable ladder

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10.4 IF CABLE ROUTING

One end of the IF cable is connected to the ODU, while the other end is connected to the IF jumper from
the IDU.

10.5 LABELLING

Refer to chapter 8 LABELLING.

Size 9mm

10.6 INSTALLATION OF POWER CABLE

The DC power cable should be routed from the DC distribution cabinet or the DC distribution box. The cable
diameter should meet the design requirement.

10.7 SITE CLEANING

All debris creating, packages shall be removed immediately after installation complete. Equipment room
shall be left clean as before commencement of installation.

10.8 POWER ON

By powering on the equipment, you can check if the hardware system of the equipment and the power
system are normal.The hardware installation must be complete, and it should pass the installation
check.The input power must be available. When the test value of the voltage is not within the range, first
clear the fault of the power equipment. The abnormal voltage can cause damage to the equipment, even
personal injury.

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10.9 FINAL CHECKING

After the installation, check out the results. For any unqualified items, correct them as soon as possi-
ble.Check out the installation of the IDU chassis, IDU cables, IDU cabinet, power cables, and grounding
cables of the cabinet.Check out the installation of the ODU, ODU cables, antenna, and hybrid coupler. If
the ODU is separately mounted to the antenna, check the installation of the separate mount parts.

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Section 2.
INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
FOR ALFOplus

11 INSTALLATION OF ALFOplus

11.1 GENERAL INFORMATION TO BE READ BEFORE THE INSTALLA-


TION

The installation, maintenance or removal of antenna systems require qualified experienced personnel.
SIAE installation instructions have been written for such a personnel. Antenna system should be inspected
once a year by qualified personnel to verify proper installation, maintenance and condition of equipment.

SIAE disclaims any liability or responsibility for the results of improper or unsafe installation practices.
ALFOplus equipment is a full-outdoor IP Ethernet radio link system, for transport capacity up to 500 Mbit/
s, designed to establish LAN-LAN connections. For the details related to the actual used frequency band
refer to the label on the equipment.

Warning This equipment makes use of non-harmonized frequency bands.

Warning Class 2 radio equipment subject to Authorisation of use. The equipment can operate only at the
frequencies authorised by the relevant National Authority.

Warning The deployment and use of this equipment shall be made in agreement with the national regula-
tion for the Protection from Exposure to Electromagnetic Field and EIRP regulations.

Warning The symbol indicates that, within the European Union, the product is subject to separate col-
lection at the product end-of-life. Do not dispose of these products as unsorted municipal waste. For more
information, please contact the relevant supplier for verifying the procedure of correct disposal.

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11.2 GENERAL

The ALFOplus radio system is made up of an outdoor unit, protected by a metallic shield.

Compliance to electromagnetic compatibility is guaranteed through the following precautionary measures:

during the design phase


- use of protection circuits against electrical dischargers

- use of filters on the power supply input circuits against noise propagating on the power supply
wires
during the installation phase

- use of shielded cables

- use of ground connections.

The installation phases of the whole system are described in the following paraghaphs and it must be done
only by service person suitably trained.

Warning Remember that the whole radio link can work only if ODUs, chosen for local and remote side, have
equal subband and different Tx module (H and L).

11.3 ELECTRICAL WIRING

The electrical wiring must be done using appropriate cables thus assuring the equipment responds to the
electromagnetic compatibility standards.

The cable terminates to flying connectors which have to be connected to the corresponding connectors on
the equipment front.

Position and pin-out of the equipment connectors are available in this section.

11.4 CONNECTIONS TO THE SUPPLY MAINS

During the final installation, protect the ODU by a magneto-thermal switch (not supplied with the equip-
ment), whose characteristics must comply with the laws in force in ones country.

The disconnection from the supply mains is made disconnecting the auxiliary connector M12 5 pin from the
ODU or disconnecting the LAN PoE cable.

The typical magneto thermal switch has characteristics at least 48Vdc @6A with overcurrent relay class
C or K tripping curve.
Seal the M12 connector when it isnt used, in order to avoid the removal of the cover without tools.

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11.5 GROUNDING CONNECTION

Fig.82 and annexed legend show how to perform the grounding connections.

The ODU must be connected to ground with the available grounding bolt and eyelet terminal, making ref-
erence to Fig.83.

Indoor 3 4
3 4
ODU
unit
1
Ethernet
6 2
equipment
(IDU)
(+) (-)
5
Station Local
ground ground
chassis ground
rack

Legend

1. Ethernet equipment chassis grounding point. The cross section area of the cable used must be 4
sq. mm.

2. ODU grounding M6 bolt copper faston type. The cross section area of the cable used must be 16
sq. mm (V42025)

3. IDUODU interconnection cable.

4. Grounding cable kit (ICD00072F) copper cable type or copper alloy to connect the shield of inter-
connection cable.

5. Battery grounding point of IDU to be connected to earth by means of a cable with a section area
2.5 sq. mm. Length 10 m.

6. Grounding cords connected to a real earth internal of station. The cross section area of the cable
must be 16 sq. mm

7. Surge arrester (when needed).

Fig.82 - Grounding connection

11.5.1 Mounting instructions of grounding cable kit ICD00072F (univer-


sal - no tools)

The kit IDC00072F can be used for both RG8 cable and Ethernet cable, please follow the procedure (see
Tab.19).

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Tab.19 - Mounting Instructions

Description

Remove the cable jacket by 30mm width approximate-


ly.
Take care not to damage the copper conductor. Clean
and dry the application area.

Remove the protective film from the butyle sealing


paste.
Put the contact in position on the cable, by firmly press-
ing on the cable jacket, checking the adherence of the
butyle sealing paste. The contact is firmly positioned on
the cable jacket.

Wrap the copper mesh around the contact and outer


conductor (at least 4 revolutions).
Block the mesh terminal under the contact tooth.
Cut the exceeding mesh length.

Remove the self-agglomerating tape protective film.


Carefully wrap tight the tape around contact and cable,
following the suitable mean line.
Tape adheres remaining in position and progressively
self-agglomerates.

Connect the earthing cable.

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11.6 REQUIRED TOOLS FOR MOUNTING (NOT SUPPLIED)

N.2 13mm torque wrench

N.1 15 mm torque wrench

N.1 17 mm torque wrench


N.1 3 mm Allen wrench.

11.7 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Installation procedure proceeds according to the following steps:

According to antenna polarization (vertical or horizontal), assemble the antenna and support brack-
et.
Warning: These instructions are fully detailed in a separate manual Antennas - Code: MN.00249.E
depending on the type of used antenna.

Installation of the ODU


Installation onto the pole of the supporting bracket

ODU grounding.

11.7.1 Standard coupling kit

The standard coupling kit is mounted on ALFOplus by means of four screws.

Coupling kit assembly procedure

See Fig.83 - Put the standard coupling kit on the ODU. Align the four holes of the coupling kit with the four
nut screws on the ODU. Insert and tighten the four screws.

11.8 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU WITH INTEGRAT-


ED ANTENNA

11.8.1 ODU (Standard Lock)

Mounting kit 1+0 version

Centring ring and relevant screws

M10 bolts

ODU with O-ring and devices for ground connection

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11.8.1.1 1+0 ODU with integrated antenna

Install the antenna using the antenna installation guide (specific for each antenna) inside the antenna box
provided by antenna producer. Keep attention to the polarization of the antenna feeder depending on re-
quested polarization.

After the antenna is installed onto the pole, the ODU must be installed, see Fig.84.

Position the three holes circular flange (1) on the antenna flange and align the three holes on the
circular flange with the three relevant holes on the antenna flange

Insert and tighten the three 3mm M4 Allen screws (2) using a 3mm Allen wrench (torque = 2 Nm).

To maintain disassembly performances intact for a longer period add lubricant paste, e.g.
MOLYKOTE P-40, on threads of four 25mm bolts (3).
The sliding surfaces must be cleaned. The paste must then be applied with a suitable brish, rag or
grease gun. It must not be mixed with grease or oils. Chemical protective gloves must be worn
where repeated or prolonged contact can occur.

Screw partially the four M10 bolts (3) on the antenna back plate: each bolt should be tightened to
have the square head out of the hole of about 13-14mm (the thickness of hook, use 15mm spanner)

It is recommended to apply seal and lubricant grease Dow Corning 4 (not supplied) to the O-ring,
protecting fingers with gloves, and insert in the proper track on the ODU flange

Position the ODU vertically near the four bolts on the antenna flange and align the ODU to match
the polarization of the antenna feeder:

- vertical polarization: the handle of the ODU is at the bottom left corner

- horizontal polarization: the handle of the ODU is at the bottom right corner

After the right position has been found, rotate 30 counter clockwise the ODU and approach the
ODU to the antenna flange in order to have the four slots of the Standard Lock cross between the
four bolts

Rotate 30 clockwise the ODU to hook each slots on the relevant bolt

When each slot is firmly hooked on the relevant bolt, tighten each bolt (use 15mm spanner,
torque=46Nm)

Optional: sun cover kit (AAAL00033) - Insert the sun cover and tie one of its bottom holes to the
ODU handle by means of the black plastic strip included in the sun cover kit

The ODU is ready to be connected to the grounding cable and to the LAN cable.

Warning Leave 25 cm straight Lan cable between Amphenol connector and first bending to secure water-
proof IPx5.

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11.9 INSTALLATION ONTO THE POLE OF THE ODU WITH SEPARAT-
ED ANTENNA

Diameter of the pole 60-114 mm

11.9.1 ODU (Standard Lock)

Mounting kit 1+0 version

Supporting plate, fixing bracket with M10 130mm bolts (with washer, spring and nut)

1 antenna side flange, variable as function of RF frequency, with relevant screws

M10 25mm bolts for ODU mounting

ODU with O-ring and devices for ground connection

11.9.1.1 1+0 ODU with separated antenna

See Fig.85.

Position the supporting plate (1) on the pole and fix the rear bracket (2) to it by means of the four
130 mm M10 bolt (3) with relevant washers, springs and nuts (use 15mm spanner, torque =
46Nm).

Fix the antenna side flange (4) with the proper screws (in Fig.85 the antenna flange is shown in two
different positions depending on the polarization), the screw holes side is the side where the wave-
guide must be installed.

To maintain disassembly performances intact for a longer period add lubricant paste, e.g. MOLY-
COTE P-40, on threads of four 25mm bolts (3).
The sliding surfaces must be cleaned. The paste must then be applied with a suitable brush, rag or
grease gun. It must not be mixed with grease or oils. Chemical protective gloves must be worn
where repeated or prolonged contact can occur.

On the supporting plate, on the opposite side respect to the antenna flange just mounted, insert in
holes (5) on the supporting plate the four 25mm M10 bolts (3): screw them partially, each bolt
should be tightened to have the square head out of the hole of about 13-14 mm (the thickness of
hook (4), use 15mm spanner).

It is recommended to apply seal and lubricant grease Dow Corning 4 (not supplied) to the O-ring,
protecting fingers with gloves, and insert it in the proper track on the ODU flange.

Position the ODU vertically near the four bolts on the supporting plate and align the ODU to match
the polarization of the antenna flange:

- vertical polarization: the handle of the ODU is at the bottom left corner

- horizontal polarization: the handle of the ODU is at the bottom right corner

After the right position has been found, rotate 30 counter clockwise the ODU and approach the
ODU to the supporting plate in order to have the four slots of the Standard Lock cross between the
four bolts

Rotate 30 clockwise the ODU to hook each slots on the relevant bolt

When each slot is firmly hooked on the relevant bolt, tighten each bolt (use 15 mm spanner, torque
=46 Nm)

Optional: sun cover kit (AAAL00033) - Insert the sun cover and tie one of its bottom holes to the
ODU handle by means of the black plastic strip included in the sun cover kit
The ODU is ready to be connected to the grounding cable and to the Lan cable

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Warning: Leave 25 cm straight Lan cable between Amphenol connector and first bending to secure water-
proof IPX5

11.9.1.2 Waveguide towards the antenna

After having installed the ODU in 1+0 configuration, the waveguide towards the antenna must be installed.

1+0: the waveguide must be fixed to the antenna flange on the supporting plate of the ODU. In
case of flexible waveguides, an excessive folding can damage the waveguide, see Tab.20 for details.

11.10 WAVEGUIDE BENDING

Tab.20 - Waveguide bending radius according to frequency

Bending radius with- Bending radius with- Bending radius with Bending radius with
out rebending out rebending rebending rebending
Frequency
mm (inch) mm (inch) mm (inch) mm (inch)
E-plane a H-plane b E-plane a. H-plane b.

15 GHz 130 (5,1) 280 (11,0) 150 (5,9) 300 (11,9)

18 GHz 130 (5,1) 280 (11,0) 150 (5,9) 300 (11,9)

23 GHz 110 (4,3) 230 (9,1) 130 (5,1) 250 (9,9)

38 GHz 80 (3,1) 140 (5,5) 90 (3,6) 150 (5,9)

a. Bending E-plane

Rmin/E
Bending E-plane
(short side of the section)

b. Bending H-plane

Rmin/H
Bending H-plane
(long side of the section)

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O-ring

Coupling kit

Fig.83 - ODU with standard coupling kit

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3

Fig.84 - 1+0 ODU installation

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114-60
3

Fig.85 - 1+0 antenna flange

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11.11 ACCESSORIES FOR INSTALLATION

In the following a list of materials to be used during installation.

Tab.21 - Accessories for installation

SIAE code Descriptions View

Fibre optical splitter distribution box


U00921a
for 1 ODU

Junction box IP66, for fallen of optical


U00922a. b
cable to connect 2 ODU

J23599 Amphenol wrench connector

M03148 9x360 nylon ties cable

ICD00072F Universal kit cable grounding

15...42GHz TR installation kit


V60052
(Standard type)

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SIAE code Descriptions View

V42025 Grounding cable kit for ODU 1+0

AAAL00033 ODU solar shield (optional)

a. Optical box IP67


U00899
150x250x46

c
ICD001134 RJ45 Indoor Surge Protector

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SIAE code Descriptions View

d
M21565 Self locking clamp 1X

M21564 d. Self locking clamp 2X

Flexible spiralled sheath self-extin-


IFA000155
guishing conduit for ODU ( = 32mm)

a. Boxes dont foresee replacement seals.


b. If the second ODU connection takes place much later than the first one, it is possible that the closing
of U00922 box doesnt guarantee the seal tightness.
c. This unit provides Bi-Directional protection. Input and output cables may be interchanged.
d. Hooking on = 825 round and 3-25mm Flat

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11.11.1 Installation procedure of optical box

Components

Fig.86 - Components

Recommended tools (not included)

Fig.87 - Recommended tools (not included)

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Installation

1. Open the cover by special key and screw off the middle plate

Fig.88

2. Take off the adapter panel, put it back after installing adapters

Fig.89

3. Fix PLC splitter, connect splitter ribbon fibres with output pigtails that coated loose tube, fix the ar-
ranged output pigtails with loose tube to tray. Lead output pigtail to the other side of the tray and
insert adaptor.

116 MN.00289.E - 007


Fig.90

4. Remove the input entry holder and tension member, put stripped fibre through rubber ring and fix;
then guide the fibres in sleeve to splice with input of splitter.

Fig.91

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5. Fibre connection, coiling and storage, fixing, suitable for 2mm (or 3mm) pigtail and drop cable.

Fig.92

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6. Check and lock the door

Fig.93

7. Installation:
- pole mounted, make pole band pass through brackets hole, fix the bracket to the pole by fas-
tening pole bands bolts

- wall mounted, mark the target point on the bracket to target point by nail or bolt.

Fig.94 - On pole

Fig.95 - Wall mounted

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11.11.2 RJ45 crimping tool

The recommended RJ45 crimping tool is shown in Tab.22.

Tab.22 - Recommended RJ45 crimping tool

SIAE code Descriptions View

HTS2500 crimp tool for shielded plugs


J01977 with strain relief, one step
(L-COM Global Connectivity)

Warning: the electrical connectivity is guaranteed only with coded connector. Please dont use other mo-
dalities (the RJ45 plug for indoor and outdoor must always be shielded).

11.11.2.1 Use standard RJ45 crimper

As shown in Fig.96, the comb of a standard crimper is inserted in the housing to fasten the indoor RJ45
shielded (P03192) connector, while in the case of an outdoor RJ45 shielded (P20051) which has a shorten
dimension, the comb could destroy the connector and therefore do not ensure Ethernet Connectivity, so it
is important unscrew/remove it as shown in the Fig.97.

The comb

The comb

Fig.96 - Standard RJ45 crimper used for RJ45 indoor connector

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Fig.97 - Standard RJ45 crimper (without comb) used for RJ45 shielded indoor connector

11.12 USER CONNECTORS

ALFOplus provides an auxiliary connector (M12) and 2 Amphenol connector, which guarantee Ethernet port
compatibility for both version: Gigabit electrical and optical.

Warning: to ensure waterproofing, dont forget to close the port after use, with relevant cap.

11.12.1 Auxiliary connector

The auxiliary 5 pin circulator connector has various functions and it is used when:

the Power over Ethernet injector through the data Lan cable is not available or as additional power
supply source

during the alignment of antenna (remember to enable received signal strength indicator in
Equipment menu - General preset RSSI
It is recommended after the alignment to set RSSI as Disable not to overload CPU

In case of emergency, if ALFOplus IP address is unknown, connect it with serial console (F03594),
as shown in Fig.116 using hyperterminal 115200 8, N, 1 and press any button to access in the login.

The available auxiliary cables already assembled:

F03594 cable for laboratory use only (see Fig.116)

F03608 2xM12 5P pointing cable (remove it after commissioning pointing) (see Fig.117).

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Tab.23 - Auxiliary power cable

SIAE code Descriptions View

P04185 Female 5 pin M12 shielded connector

Outdoor power supply cable


M10154
2x0.75mmq for distance 100m

Outdoor power supply cable


M10166
2x1.5mmq for distance 200m

Assembly steps for M12 male/female connector and conductor

a= slide on parts

b= strip conductor, widen shield and lay around the shielding ring, cuf off projecting mesh. Slide cores
through the housing. mount shielding ring, gasket and clamping cage. Tighten pressure screw to fix the
cable. Screw down cores. Mount male/female part. Tighten pressure screw.

Fig.98 - Functional drawing

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Fig.99 - Dimensioned drawing - M12 connector

Schematic diagram

Fig.100 - Cable connection side M12 (screw connection)

Fig.101 - Pin assignment M12 socket, 5-pos., A-coded, socket side view

Tab.24 - Pinout M12 connector

Pinout Description

1 Vdc (-) = -48 Volts

2 Vdc (+) = 0 Volts

3 Rx_Console

4 Tx_Console & Vpointing (+)

5 GND_Console & Vpointing (-)

Shield Ground

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11.12.2 RJ45 connector

The electrical RJ45 connection to ALFOplus is guaranteed only with coded connector; do not use other con-
nectors, because the proper one is different from the RJ45 standard.

Part to be assembled (see Tab.25)

Tab.25 - Part to be assembled

SIAE code Description View

Amphenol kit RJ45 shielded full out-


P20032
door connector

Data cable SF/UTP CAT5e for outdoor


M02472
(AWG 24) 100 Ohm

Indoor RJ45 boot protection black


M05184
=6mm

P03192 a
Indoor RJ45 shielded plug

P20051 a. Outdoor RJ45 shielded

a. Dont use different RJ45.

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1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet cables and connectors

Please be aware that modifying Ethernet cables improperly may cause loss of network connectivity. Please
follow colours of wiring.

Tab.26 - Wiring 1000Base-T

Assignment T568A T568B


Pin
1000Base-T Colour wire Colour wire

1 BI_DA+ WHT/GRN WHT/ORG

2 BI_DA- GRN ORG

3 BI_DB+ WHT/ORG WHT/GRN

4 BI_DC+ BLU BLU

5 BI_DC- WHT/BLU WHT/BLU

6 BI_DB- ORG GRN

7 BI_DD+ WHT/BRN WHT/BRN

8 BI_DD- BRN BRN

Fig.102 - Straight Ethernet cable

Fig.103 - RJ-45 Pinout

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Fig.104 - Indoor RJ45 unshielded assembly

LAN Cable connector - P20032 - Assembly procedure for RJ sealed connectors

Procedure to be used for terminating and assembling of Amphenol Connector Kit

Fig.105 - P20032 kit

Step 1

Feed CAT cable through boot and connector housing as shown below.

Warning: Care should be taken not to damage the rubber sealing gasket inside the rear of the connector
housing.

Fig.106 - Boot connector

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Step 2

Terminate RJ-45 connector onto CAT cable

Strip jacketing and shield as shown

Fold shield back onto jacketing. Wrap grain wire


one and a half times around the shield. Trim ex-
cess length from drain wire

Untwist pairs and arrange to desired order.


Note: it is recommended to follow TIA-568 spec-
ifications for wiring orientation
Trim conductors at an angle and insert into the
loading bar

Trim excess wire from holder


Insert prepared cable into RJ-45 Plug

Bend strain relief to lay along cable

Crimp plug and strain relief a

a. Use recommended RJ45 crimping tool.

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Warning It is mandatory to verify with Ethernet tester (not supplies) the proper connectivity of both ends,
in order to avoid autonegotiation problems (as for example 1Gbps full duplex not reached).

Fig.107 - Assembled Amphenol

ALIGN THE KEYS AND


PUSH

KEY ODU CONNECTOR

Fig.108 - Cable connector keys

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Step 3

Insert terminated RJ-45 plug into connector housing.

While holding the connector body, pull cable through connector housing until RJ plus is near to the housing.
Align the plug latch with the connector housing keyway.

Depress Plug latch and completely insert the RJ plug into the housing.

Fig.109 - Connector housing

Step 4

Attach and tighten sealing boot using a 19mm wrench.

Recommended tightening torque is 5.5 to 6.0 (in-lbs) or 0.62 to 0.68 (N-m)

Fig.110 - Connector tight

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Fig.111 - P20032

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OK

NO

Fig.112 - Connector positions

Warning: Tighten all unused connectors with the appropriate cover using the proper wrench J23599 (see
Fig.113).

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Fig.113 - Locking key for Amph. connectors - J23599

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Tighten strongly LAN
connectors by means
of key to ensure the
complete isolaon

Tighten with the


proper plug M12 the
connector unused

P04185 (connector M12 female 5p shelded)


Outdoor LAN connector
(LAN1-LAN2) P20032

Cable M10154 (Outdoor power supply


cable 2x0.75mmq)

Fig.114 - Assembled connectors

11.12.3 Optical connector

- ODU optical cable see Tab.27 and Fig.119, Fig.120, Fig.121

- Optical jumper see Tab.28 and Fig.122

- Operating temperature range -40 C to +85C

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- Protection class IP67

- LC optical transceivers (SFP) see Tab.29

Tab.27 - List of Amphenol optical cable

Description SIAE Code

Jumper LC/SFP - Open end L=2.5M (MM) P20034

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=25M (MM) P20035

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=50M (MM) P20036

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=100M (MM) P20037

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/SFP L=2.5M (MM) P20038

Jumper LC/SFP - Open end L=2.5M (SM) P20043

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=25M (SM) P20044

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=50M (SM) P20045

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=100M (SM) P20046

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/SFP L=2.5M (SM) P20047

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=15M (MM) P20048

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=35M (MM) P20049

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=75M (MM) P20050

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=2.5M (MM) P20052

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=2.5M (SM) P20053

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=75M (SM) P20054

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=200M (SM) P20055

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=15M (SM) P20056

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=35M (SM) P20057

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=10M (SM) P20058

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=10M (MM) P20059

Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC L=150M (SM) P20061

Tab.28 - List of optical jumper outdoor LC/LC

Description SIAE Code

Opt. Jumper Outdoor SM LC/LC DUP L=15M F15200

Opt. Jumper Outdoor SM LC/LC DUP L=25M F15201

Opt. Jumper Outdoor SM LC/LC DUP L=50M F15202

Opt. Jumper Outdoor SM LC/LC DUP L=100M F15203

Opt. Jumper Outdoor SM LC/LC DUP L=75M F15204

Opt. Jumper Outdoor SM LC/LC DUP L=40M F15205

Opt. Jumper Outdoor SM LC/LC DUP L=60M F15206

Opt. Jumper Outdoor SM LC/LC DUP L=90M F15207

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Description SIAE Code

Opt. Jumper Outdoor SM LC/LC DUP L=150M F15208

Opt. Jumper Outdoor SM 4LC-4LC L=25M F15221

Opt. Jumper Outdoor MM LC-LC DUP L=15M F15300

Opt. Jumper Outdoor MM LC-LC DUP L=25M F15301

Opt. Jumper Outdoor MM LC-LC DUP L=50M F15302

Opt. Jumper Outdoor MM LC-LC DUP L=100M F15303

Optical cab. 2 fiber outdoor MM 50/125 M10300

Optical cab. 2 fiber outdoor SM 50/125 M10301

Tab.29 - LC optical transceiver (SFP)

Wavelength Eye safety


Siae code Type Mode (m) km
(nm) class

E01413 100BaseFx Multimode 62.5/125 1310 2 1

E01414 1000BaseLx Singlemode 9/125 1310 10 1

E01415 1000BaseSx Multimode 50/125 850 0.55 1

E01419 1000BaseLx Singlemode 9/125 1310 10 1

E01428 1000BaseSx Multimode 50/125 850 0.3 1

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136
AMPHENOL
OPT. CABLE
MULTI MODE
Siae P/N length P20052 - JUMPER LC/SFP - LC/LC L=2,5m ( mulmode)
P20048 15 m. P20053 - JUMPER LC/SFP - LC/LC L=2,5m ( singlemode)
P20035 25 m.
P20049 35 m.
P20036 50 m. U00899 - U00900 - U00921 OPTICAL BOX
P20050 75 m.
P20037 100 m. F15200 - OPT. JUMPER SM LC-LC DUP L=15M
F15201 - OPT. JUMPER SM LC-LC DUP L=25M
SINGLE MODE
Siae P/N length
F15202 - OPT. JUMPER SM LC-LC DUP L=50M
P20056 15 m. F15203 - OPT. JUMPER SM LC-LC DUP L=100M
P20044 25 m. F15300 - OPT. JUMPER MM LC-LC DUP L=15M
P20057 35 m. F15301 - OPT. JUMPER MM LC-LC DUP L=25M

Fig.115 - IDU-ODU optical connection


P20045 50 m. F15302 - OPT. JUMPER MM LC-LC DUP L=50M
P20054 75 m. F15303 - OPT. JUMPER MM LC-LC DUP L=100M
P20046 100 m. In d o o r u n it In d o o r u n it M10300 - OPTICAL CAB. 2 FIBER MM 50/125
P20055 200 m. M10301 - OPTICAL CAB. 2 FIBER SM 9/125

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11.12.4 Optical SFP mounting procedure

Follow the instructions:

plug the SFP module into LC embedded connectors until Click (see Fig.123 and Fig.124)

pull lightly the SFP and check that it is locked to the connector (see Fig.125)

insert plugged SFP on ALFOplus optical cage (see Fig.126)

lock the connector by turning the nut (see Fig.127).

11.12.5 Optical SFP unmounting procedure

Follow the instructions:

unlock the connector by untightening the nut

eject SFP module from ALFOplus Optical cage


to unplug thr SFP from LC connector, push the locking by keeping a finger below the SFP module
(see Fig.128).

Warning: don't insert the SFP module inside the housing of the ODU without the preliminary connection
between cable and the SFP as described in this paragraph.

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Fig.116 - F03594 cable for laboratory use only

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+20
1530 0 - GET VALUE FROM LAST DIGITS OF PART DESCRIPTION

N.B.2
7

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1
see N.B.

F -----

CM2 N.B.2
6
N.B.2
35 6
4 N.B.1

5
1
4 4 5
2
WIRES CONNECTION 3
3 SIDE ENLARGED VIEW
CF1
60

N.B.1 4 RED

BLACK

2
5
1
WIRES CONNECTION 4
SIDE ENLARGED VIEW 2
3

N.B. - PART MUST BE LABELLED WITH HOT TIGHTENING RING, DISPLAYING:


- PART NUMBER/REVISION;
- MANUFACTURER ID (REG. MARK OR INITIAL);
- MANUFACTURING DATE (WEEK/YEAR);
- ELECTRICAL TEST PROVEN ("TE" MARK).
N.B.1 - STRIP THE CABLE RESPECTING THE DIMENSION SHOW IN THE DRAWING
N.B.2 - CABLE HEAT SHRINKABLE
CM2-1 CF1-1 WHITE/BROWN+ BROWN
CM2-2 CF1-2 WHITE/ORANGE + ORANGE
*1 CM2-3 CF1-3 WHITE/BLUE
2

Fig.117 - F03608 cable for pointing (remove it after commission pointing)


CM2-4 CF1-4 BLUE 5 CF1-4 *3 RED 0,6 mm (Blue)
2
CM2-5 CF1-5 WHITE/GREEN 4 CF1-5 *2 BLACK 06 mm (Green)

Part FROM TO Part FROM TO


COLOURS NOTES
Ref. COURSE Ref. COURSE

139
Fig.118 - ALFOplus connectors

Fig.119 - Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC

Fig.120 - Jumper LC/SFP - Open end

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Fig.121 - Jumper LC/SFP - LC/SFP

Fig.122 - Opt. jumper outdoor LC/LC

Fig.123 - Amphenol LC connector

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Fig.124 - Amphenol SFP/LC connector locked

Fig.125 - Amphenol SFP/LC connector check

Fig.126 - SFP into ALFOplus

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Fig.127 - Locked connection

Fig.128 - Unplug SFP

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Section 3.
LISTS AND SERVICES

12 LIST OF FIGURES

Fig.1 - IDU installation .................................................................................................... 6

Fig.2 ............................................................................................................................. 8
Fig.3 ............................................................................................................................ 10

Fig.4 - N type connector (male) onto 1/4 cable ................................................................ 10

Fig.5 - 1/4 feeder cable preparation................................................................................ 11


Fig.6 - Insertion of the back of the N type connector .......................................................... 11

Fig.7 - Pilling of the inner pin .......................................................................................... 11

Fig.8 - Inner pin............................................................................................................ 12

Fig.9 - Closing the connector .......................................................................................... 12

Fig.10 - Grounding connection ........................................................................................ 13

Fig.11 - ALCplus2 1+0 ................................................................................................... 15


Fig.12 - ALCplus2 1+1 ................................................................................................... 15

Fig.13 - ALCplus2 1+0 exp 16E1 ..................................................................................... 16

Fig.14 - ALCplus2 1+1 exp 16E1 ..................................................................................... 16

Fig.15 - ALCplus2 1+0 32E1 ........................................................................................... 16

Fig.16 - ALCplus2 1+1 32E1 ........................................................................................... 16

Fig.17 .......................................................................................................................... 16

Fig.18 -........................................................................................................................ 17

Fig.19 -........................................................................................................................ 19

Fig.20 .......................................................................................................................... 21

Fig.21 .......................................................................................................................... 22

Fig.22 .......................................................................................................................... 23

Fig.23 - ODU connections (connector coax type SMA)......................................................... 23

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Fig.24 - IDI power connectors ......................................................................................... 24

Fig.25 - AS and ASN ODUs ............................................................................................. 31

Fig.26 - ODU ASN with fast lock coupling flange ................................................................ 32

Fig.27 - ODU ASN with standard coupling flange................................................................ 33

Fig.28 - 1+0 ODU installation.......................................................................................... 34

Fig.29 - 1+1 ODU installation.......................................................................................... 35

Fig.30 - Polarization disk ................................................................................................ 36


Fig.31 - 1+0 antenna flange ........................................................................................... 36

Fig.32 - 1+1 antenna flange ........................................................................................... 37

Fig.33 - Antisliding strip ................................................................................................. 42

Fig.34 - 60-114mm pole supporting plate fixing................................................................. 43

Fig.35 - Adapting kit for 219mm pole ............................................................................... 44

Fig.36 - Mounting position .............................................................................................. 45

Fig.37 - Possible positions of the support with ODU fast locking mechanism .......................... 46

Fig.38 - Band-it pole mounting kit ................................................................................... 47

Fig.39 - Installation onto the pole of the supporting plate ................................................... 48

Fig.40 - Position of the ODU body depending on the polarisation for 1+0. For 1+1 the polarisation
is always vertical: handle at the left side ........................................................................... 49

Fig.41 - ODU body reference tooth .................................................................................. 50

Fig.42 - Final ODU assembly of 1+1 version...................................................................... 51

Fig.43 - ODU grounding ................................................................................................. 52

Fig.44 - Kit V32409 ....................................................................................................... 53

Fig.45 - Kit V32415 ....................................................................................................... 54

Fig.46 - Wall supporting plate ......................................................................................... 55

Fig.47 - Centring ring position......................................................................................... 60

Fig.48 - Antisliding strip ................................................................................................. 61


Fig.49 - Support mount on pole....................................................................................... 62

Fig.50 - Supporting system position ................................................................................. 63

Fig.51 - Hole E.............................................................................................................. 63

Fig.52 - Antenna installation on pole support..................................................................... 64

Fig.53 - Position of the ODU handle depending on the polarisation for 1+0. For 1+1 the polarisation
is always horizontal. Handle at the right side...................................................................... 64

Fig.54 - Support system for ODU housing and reference tooth in evidence ............................ 65

Fig.55 - ODU body reference tooth .................................................................................. 66

Fig.56 - ODU housing final position for vertical polarization ................................................. 67


Fig.57 - ODU housing final position for horizontal polarization.............................................. 67

Fig.58 - Hybrid and polarization disk ................................................................................ 68

Fig.59 - Polarization disk fixing (only for 13GHz and 15GHz) ............................................... 69

Fig.60 - Hybrid mount on pole support ............................................................................. 70

Fig.61 - ODU housing final position for 1+1 version ........................................................... 71

Fig.62 - Vertical and horizontal adjustments ..................................................................... 72

Fig.63 - Antenna aiming block......................................................................................... 72

Fig.64 - ODU grounding ................................................................................................. 73

Fig.65 -........................................................................................................................ 74

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Fig.66 - Outdoor grounding ............................................................................................ 75

Fig.67 - Detail of ODU grounding connection ..................................................................... 76

Fig.68 - D60022 SCSI BNC 16E1 patch panel .................................................................... 77

Fig.69 - D60023 SCSI 1.6/5.6 16E1 patch panel................................................................ 78

Fig.70 - D60023 SCSI 1.0/2.3 16E1 patch panel................................................................ 78

Fig.71 - D60025 SCSI 1.0/2.3 32E1 patch panel................................................................ 78

Fig.72 - D60026 SCSI RJ45 16E1 patch panel ................................................................... 79


Fig.73 - D60027 SCSI RJ45 32E1 patch panel ................................................................... 79

Fig.74 - Grounding point of patch panel............................................................................ 79

Fig.75 - Grounding tapping sample for indoor site-structure monople ................................... 81

Fig.76 - Grounding tapping sample for indoor site-structure tower ....................................... 82

Fig.77 .......................................................................................................................... 83

Fig.78 -........................................................................................................................ 83

Fig.79 -........................................................................................................................ 89

Fig.80 - 1367A WORLD WIDE MAIN OR 1367A WORLD WIDE STANDBY ................................ 90

Fig.81 .......................................................................................................................... 95

Fig.82 - Grounding connection ...................................................................................... 103


Fig.83 - ODU with standard coupling kit ......................................................................... 109

Fig.84 - 1+0 ODU installation........................................................................................ 110

Fig.85 - 1+0 antenna flange ......................................................................................... 111


Fig.86 - Components ................................................................................................... 115

Fig.87 - Recommended tools (not included) .................................................................... 115

Fig.88 ........................................................................................................................ 116

Fig.89 ........................................................................................................................ 116

Fig.90 ........................................................................................................................ 117

Fig.91 ........................................................................................................................ 117


Fig.92 ........................................................................................................................ 118

Fig.93 ........................................................................................................................ 119

Fig.94 - On pole .......................................................................................................... 119


Fig.95 - Wall mounted.................................................................................................. 119

Fig.96 - Standard RJ45 crimper used for RJ45 indoor connector......................................... 120

Fig.97 - Standard RJ45 crimper (without comb) used for RJ45 shielded indoor connector ...... 121
Fig.98 - Functional drawing........................................................................................... 122

Fig.99 - Dimensioned drawing - M12 connector ............................................................... 123

Fig.100 - Cable connection side M12 (screw connection) ................................................... 123


Fig.101 - Pin assignment M12 socket, 5-pos., A-coded, socket side view............................. 123

Fig.102 - Straight Ethernet cable ................................................................................... 125

Fig.103 - RJ-45 Pinout ................................................................................................. 125

Fig.104 - Indoor RJ45 unshielded assembly .................................................................... 126

Fig.105 - P20032 kit .................................................................................................... 126

Fig.106 - Boot connector .............................................................................................. 126


Fig.107 - Assembled Amphenol ..................................................................................... 128

Fig.108 - Cable connector keys ..................................................................................... 128

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Fig.109 - Connector housing ......................................................................................... 129

Fig.110 - Connector tight ............................................................................................. 129

Fig.111 - P20032 ........................................................................................................ 130

Fig.112 - Connector positions........................................................................................ 131

Fig.113 - Locking key for Amph. connectors - J23599....................................................... 132

Fig.114 - Assembled connectors .................................................................................... 133

Fig.115 - IDU-ODU optical connection ............................................................................ 136


Fig.116 - F03594 cable for laboratory use only ................................................................ 138

Fig.117 - F03608 cable for pointing (remove it after commission pointing) .......................... 139

Fig.118 - ALFOplus connectors ...................................................................................... 140

Fig.119 - Jumper LC/SFP - LC/LC................................................................................... 140

Fig.120 - Jumper LC/SFP - Open end ............................................................................. 140

Fig.121 - Jumper LC/SFP - LC/SFP ................................................................................. 141

Fig.122 - Opt. jumper outdoor LC/LC ............................................................................. 141

Fig.123 - Amphenol LC connector .................................................................................. 141

Fig.124 - Amphenol SFP/LC connector locked .................................................................. 142

Fig.125 - Amphenol SFP/LC connector check ................................................................... 142


Fig.126 - SFP into ALFOplus .......................................................................................... 142

Fig.127 - Locked connection ......................................................................................... 143

Fig.128 - Unplug SFP ................................................................................................... 143

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13 LIST OF TABLES

Tab.1 - Characteristics of the cables .................................................................................. 7

Tab.2 - Maximum length for SIAE cable ............................................................................. 9

Tab.3 - 10/100/1000BaseT, RJ45 .....................................................................................17

Tab.4 - 8xE1, 50 pin SCSI female 75 Ohm.........................................................................18

Tab.5 - 8xE1, 50 pin SCSI female 120 Ohm .......................................................................19

Tab.6 - SUB-D 9 pin male USER IN/OUT ............................................................................21

Tab.7 - MNGT/1 and MNGT/2 100BaseT connector pin-out for 10/100BaseT


Ethernet connection (RJ45) ..............................................................................................22

Tab.8 - 2 Mbit/s wayside connector pin-out (RJ45) .............................................................23

Tab.9 - Torques for tightening screws ...............................................................................27

Tab.10 - Waveguide bending radius according to frequency .................................................30

Tab.11 - Torques for tightening screws..............................................................................39

Tab.12 - Torques for tightening screws..............................................................................40

Tab.13 - Waveguide bending radius according to frequency .................................................41

Tab.14 - Torques for tightening screws..............................................................................58


Tab.15 - List of patch panel .............................................................................................77

Tab.16 - Patch panel cable ..............................................................................................80

Tab.17 - .......................................................................................................................81

Tab.18 - .......................................................................................................................82

Tab.19 - Mounting Instructions ...................................................................................... 104

Tab.20 - Waveguide bending radius according to frequency ............................................... 108

Tab.21 - Accessories for installation ................................................................................ 112

Tab.22 - Recommended RJ45 crimping tool ..................................................................... 120

Tab.23 - Auxiliary power cable ....................................................................................... 122


Tab.24 - Pinout M12 connector....................................................................................... 123

Tab.25 - Part to be assembled ....................................................................................... 124

Tab.26 - Wiring 1000Base-T .......................................................................................... 125

Tab.27 - List of Amphenol optical cable ........................................................................... 134

Tab.28 - List of optical jumper outdoor LC/LC................................................................... 134

Tab.29 - LC optical transceiver (SFP) .............................................................................. 135

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14 ASSISTANCE SERVICE

For more information, refer to the section relevant to the technical support on the Internet site of the com-
pany manufacturing the product.

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