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Contents Important Safety Instructions Laser Safety Laser Warning Labels xvii Chapter 1 General Information Equipment Description ......................2 Overview ........................2 Physical Description ....................2 Functional Description ....................4 Features and Benefits ....................5 Housing Inputs/Outputs Diagram ................6 Modules Functional Descriptions ................7 Model Number Matrix ....................
Contents Fiber Optic Connections - Active to Passive Modules ............33 Overview ........................33 Fiber Management System ..................33 Procedure ........................34 RF Cable Installation ......................37 Overview ........................37 Trimming the Center Conductor ................37 Connecting the RF Cables to the Housing ............39 Applying Power to the Hub ....................
Tips for Optimal Fiber Optic Connector Performance ........103 To Clean Optical Connectors ................104 Chapter 5 Customer Information Appendix A Technical Information Model GS7000 Optical Hub Accessory Part Numbers ........... 110 Attenuators ......................110 Torque Specifications ......................112 Node Fastener Torque Specifications ..............112 Appendix B Expanded Fiber Tray Expanded Fiber Tray Overview..................
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Important Safety Instructions Know the following safety warnings and guidelines: Only qualified service personnel are allowed to perform equipment installation or replacement. Only qualified service personnel are allowed to remove chassis covers and access any of the components inside the chassis. Equipment Placement WARNING: Avoid personal injury and damage to this equipment.
Important Safety Instructions Ensure the installation site and operating environment is compatible with the equipment’s International Protection (IP) rating specified in the equipment’s data sheet. Connecting to Utility AC Power Important: If this equipment is a Class I equipment, it must be grounded. If this equipment plugs into an outlet, the outlet must be near this equipment, ...
Important Safety Instructions Safety Plugs (USA Only) This equipment may be equipped with either a 3-terminal (grounding-type) safety plug or a 2-terminal (polarized) safety plug. The wide blade or the third terminal is provided for safety. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type or polarized safety plug.
Important Safety Instructions Equipotential Bonding If this equipment is equipped with an external chassis terminal marked with the IEC 60417-5020 chassis icon ( ), the installer should refer to CENELEC standard EN 50083-1 or IEC standard IEC 60728-11 for correct equipotential bonding connection instructions.
Important Safety Instructions Electrostatic Discharge Electrostatic discharge (ESD) results from the static electricity buildup on the human body and other objects. This static discharge can degrade components and cause failures. Take the following precautions against electrostatic discharge: Use an anti-static bench mat and a wrist strap or ankle strap designed to safely ...
Important Safety Instructions The batteries may contain perchlorate, a known hazardous substance, so special handling and disposal of this product might be necessary. For more information about perchlorate and best management practices for perchlorate-containing substance, see www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate. Modifications This equipment has been designed and tested to comply with applicable safety, laser safety, and EMC regulations, codes, and standards to ensure safe operation in its intended environment.
Important Safety Instructions FCC Statement for Class A Equipment This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when this equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
Laser Safety Laser Safety Introduction This equipment contains an infrared laser that transmits intensity-modulated light and emits invisible radiation. Warning: Radiation WARNING: Avoid personal injury! Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. ...
Laser Safety Safe Operation for Software Controlling Optical Transmission Equipment If this manual discusses software, the software described is used to monitor and/or control ours and other vendors’ electrical and optical equipment designed to transmit video, voice, or data signals. Certain safety precautions must be observed when operating equipment of this nature.
Laser Warning Labels Laser Warning Labels Maximum Laser Power The maximum laser power that can be expected from the EDFA optical amplifier for various amplifier configurations is defined in the following table. Output Maximum CDRH IEC 60825-1 IEC 60825-2 Power Output Classification Classification...
Laser Warning Labels Location of Labels on Equipment The following illustrations display the location of warning labels on this equipment. xviii OL-29936-01...
Chapter 1 General Information Introduction This manual describes the installation and operation of the Model GS7000 Optical Hub. In This Chapter Equipment Description ................2 OL-29936-01...
Optical Hub. Physical Description The Model GS7000 Optical Hub is an optical platform in a Model GS7000 Node housing. The housing has a hinged lid to allow access to the internal electrical and optical components. The housing also has provisions for strand, pedestal, or wall mounting.
Equipment Description The following illustration shows the Model GS7000 Optical Hub internal modules and components. OL-29936-01...
The GS7000 platform is a flexible hub node platform that enables operators to initially deploy the Model GS7000 Node and later migrate to either a hub node or a full optical hub. The GS7000 platform is one of the industry's most user-friendly platforms to migrate, and one of the most flexible platforms to meet all of your optical node and optical hub needs.
Equipment Description The Model GS7000 Node can be upgraded to a Model GS7000 Hub Node in the field. This is accomplished by the installation of optical amplification (EDFA) modules, optical switching modules, and the Status Monitor/Local Control Module in the node lid.
The following diagram shows the housing port inputs and outputs for coaxial (COAX) and fiber service cables (FSC) of the Model GS7000 Optical Hub. Note: Ports RF 1, RF 2, RF 4, and RF 5 (not shown) on the housing base are not used for COAX cable connections on the optical hub.
Equipment Description Modules Functional Descriptions This table briefly describes each module. The Model GS7000 Optical Hub may not contain all these modules. Module Description Optical Amplifier Erbium-doped fiber amplifier modules are available in two categories: (EDFA) broadcast and narrowcast. EDFAs are available in 17 dBm, 20 dBm, and 22 dBm (standard) for broadcasting.
The power supply module has multiple output voltages of +24.5, +8.5, -6.0, and +5.5 VDC. A second power supply can be installed in the housing for redundancy or load sharing. The Model GS7000 Optical Hub can be set up in the following powering configurations: ...
Equipment Description Model Number Matrix The Model GS7000 Optical Hub is capable of many configurations to fill various network requirements. Each hub is assigned a model number that describes its individual configuration. The model number is located on a label on the inside of the housing.
Chapter 1 General Information Model Number Segment Name of Unit or Options Available Segment Code H: Gain Flattened X/1/2/3 X = None EDFA, 21 dBm, Low 1 = One gain flattened SC/APC unit installed Gain 2 = Two gain flattened SC/APC units installed 3 = Three gain flattened SC/APC units installed I: Gain Flattened X/1/2/3...
Chapter 2 Installation Introduction This chapter describes the installation of the Model GS7000 Optical Hub. In This Chapter Tools and Test Equipment ..............12 Housing Ports ..................14 Strand Mounting ................... 15 Pedestal or Wall Mounting ..............18 ...
Chapter 2 Installation Tools and Test Equipment Required Tools and Test Equipment The following tools and equipment are required for installation. Torque wrench capable of 5 to 12 ft-lbs (6.8 to 16.3 Nm) 4-inch to 6-inch extension for torque wrench ...
Tools and Test Equipment Fastener Torque Specification Illustration Seizure nut 2 to 5 ft-lbs (2.7 to 6.8 Nm) RF cable connector* Per manufacturer instructions Fiber optic cable connector 20 to 25 ft-lbs (27.1 to 33.9 Nm) Note: The typical insertion force required for RF connectors and RF terminators is 20-30 lbsf.
Housing Ports The following illustration shows the location of available RF ports and fiber ports on the Model GS7000 Optical Hub housing. Note: When replacing plugs at ports TP1, TP2, TP4, or TP5 torque from 5 to 8 ft-lbs (6.8 to 10.8 Nm).
Strand Mounting Strand Mounting Description The following procedure explains how to install the Model GS7000 Optical Hub on a strand (aerial installation). Strand mounting allows street-side access to the housing. Procedure Follow this procedure to mount the housing to a strand. The housing does not need to be opened for strand installation.
Chapter 2 Installation Loosen the strand clamp bolts to separate the clamps enough to insert the strand, but do not remove them. Then lift the housing into proper position on the strand. Slip the clamps over the strand and finger-tighten the clamp bolts. This allows additional side-to-side movement of the housing as needed.
Strand Mounting Use a torque wrench and a 1/2-inch socket to tighten the strand clamp bolts from 5 ft-lb to 8 ft-lbs (6.8 to 10.8 Nm). Note: A slight tilt of the face of the housing is normal. Cable tension will cause the housing to hang more closely to vertical.
WARNING: Be aware of the size and weight of the hub while mounting. A fully loaded Model GS7000 Optical Hub weighs over 50 lbs (22.7 kg). Ensure that proper handling/lifting techniques are employed when working in confined spaces with heavy equipment.
Pedestal or Wall Mounting Position the housing horizontally in the enclosure and allow for free flow of air around it. Inadequate airflow could cause the unit to exceed thermal parameters. Line up the bolt holes on the bottom of the housing with the mounting holes on the pedestal bracket provided by the pedestal manufacturer.
Installation - Passive Modules (on page 28) for instructions on housing base FSC installation. The Model GS7000 Optical Hub can accept a fiber optic cable connector for the active modules in the housing lid from either the left side (port F1) or right side (port F2) of the housing, or both.
Housing Lid Fiber Optic Cable Installation - Active Modules Fiber Number Fiber Color Connects to slot 8 Input "B" on OPSW Black slot 8 Output on OPSW Yellow Violet Pink (Rose) Aqua Fiber Management System The fiber management system for active modules is made up of a fiber tray and a fiber routing track.
Chapter 2 Installation An expanded fiber tray is available as an option. Refer to Appendix B - Expanded Fiber Tray (on page 113) for more information. The following illustrations show the location and layout of the fiber tray and track in the housing lid.
Housing Lid Fiber Optic Cable Installation - Active Modules Procedure Install fiber optic cable as described below. WARNING: Laser light hazard. The laser light source on this product emits invisible laser radiation. Avoid direct exposure. Never look into the end of an optical fiber or connector. Failure to observe this warning can result in eye damage or blindness.
Chapter 2 Installation Push in the two release tabs at the top of the fiber tray and swivel the top of the fiber tray up and back to allow a clear view of the fiber routing channel below. Slip a length of heat shrink tubing over the fibers and past the connector body. Use a piece long enough to cover the cable connector and fiber port nut when assembled later.
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Chapter 2 Installation Note: If using the alternate (right-side) fiber connection port, you have to route the fibers through the fiber channel in the fiber track located underneath the unused fiber holders. Hold the connector body to prevent rotation of the connector or fibers. Carefully thread the 5/8-inch threaded nut into the threaded hole of the fiber port.
Housing Lid Fiber Optic Cable Installation - Active Modules 13 Route each fiber to its intended module through the fiber track as shown. 14 Before connection, carefully clean the optical connectors on both fiber and module according to the procedures in Care and Cleaning of Optical Connectors (on page 103).
Passive Modules Overview The Model GS7000 Optical Hub housing comes with six fiber cable entry ports, two on the lid and four on the base. The lid ports utilize a standard 4 to 12 count FSC cable connecting the actives modules, such as EDFAs and optical switches, to the fiber closure.
Housing Base Fiber Optic Cable Installation - Passive Modules Fiber Management System The fiber management system for passive modules is made up of two fiber slack spools and a fiber routing track. The fiber slack spools provide a convenient location to store excess fiber in the node. The fiber slack spools are located at each end of the housing base just inside the fiber entry ports for the passive devices.
Chapter 2 Installation The first step depends on whether the fiber optic cable is factory installed or not. IF... THEN... fiber optic cable is splice fiber pigtail of optical fiber input cable to your splice factory installed enclosure and continue to Fiber Optic Connections - Active to Passive Modules (on page 33).
Housing Base Fiber Optic Cable Installation - Passive Modules Hold the individual fiber cables to prevent them from rotating and carefully thread the 5/8-inch threaded nut into the threaded hole of the fiber port. Tighten to 20 to 25 ft-lbs (27.1 to 33.9 Nm). Firmly tighten the main body nut against the 5/8-inch threaded nut, and then the back rotational nut against the main body nut.
Chapter 2 Installation 11 Before connection, carefully clean the optical connectors on both fiber and module according to the procedures in Care and Cleaning of Optical Connectors (on page 103). 12 Open the passive module fiber connector cover. Carefully slide the fiber connector into the module connector until it clicks.
Fiber Optic Connections - Active to Passive Modules Overview The Model GS7000 Optical Hub allows for the required fiber optic interconnections between the active and passive modules within the hub housing. This procedure assumes a specific type of connector as an example. Your connector may be different from the one shown in these illustrations.
Chapter 2 Installation Procedure Install fibers as described below. WARNING: Laser light hazard. The laser light source on this product emits invisible laser radiation. Avoid direct exposure. Never look into the end of an optical fiber or connector. Failure to observe this warning can result in eye damage or blindness.
Fiber Optic Connections - Active to Passive Modules The first step depends on whether the fibers are factory installed or not. IF... THEN... fibers are factory Continue to RF Cable Installation (on page 37). installed fibers are not go to step 2. installed Determine which active modules must be connected to which passive modules for your specific network architecture.
Chapter 2 Installation Note: It may take a few attempts to determine the correct length of fiber to reach each passive module. It's best to not insert the fibers in the routing tracks while estimating the proper length. Rather, position the fibers on top of the tracks while estimating.
RF Cable Installation Overview The Model GS7000 Optical Hub can accept up to two RF cables. These cables carry forward path RF signal inputs and reverse path RF signal outputs to and from the Status Monitor module. The RF cables also supply the 45 to 90 VAC power input to the hub.
Chapter 2 Installation Trimming Using the Integrated Cradle To trim long pins using the integrated cradle, follow these steps. Place the connector on the cradle as shown in the following illustration. If the center conductor extends past the CUT stanchion on the housing, trim the pin flush with the end of the CUT stanchion.
RF Cable Installation If the center conductor extends past the STRIP line on the housing, trim the pin flush with the STRIP line. Remove any burrs or sharp edges from the trimmed end of the pin. Connecting the RF Cables to the Housing Follow these steps to connect the RF cables.
Applying Power to the Hub Overview The Model GS7000 Optical Hub requires input power of 45 to 90 VAC from and external power source. This power is supplied through the RF cables connected to port 3 and/or port 6 on the housing. The incoming AC power is feed to one or two power supply modules which in turn supply four well-regulated DC output voltages to the hub's internal modules, as shown in the following illustration.
Applying Power to the Hub Note: Shunts are available with both red and black tops. Use red to indicate that power is applied to that port. Use black to indicate that input power is not applied, but passed. Remove shunts to block AC power at the individual ports. The next step depends on how many power supplies are installed and whether or not you want power to pass through the hub.
Installation Continue to Voltage Check Procedure. Voltage Check Procedure Always check both AC and DC voltages during initial setup of the Model GS7000 Optical Hub. Follow these steps to check AC and DC voltages. Use a true-rms DVM to check for 45 to 90 VAC input voltage at the AC test point on the power supply module.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation Introduction This chapter describes how to set up and operate the Model GS7000 Optical Hub. These procedures assume the hub is installed according to the procedures in Chapter 2 of this manual. Network Requirements Refer to your network design diagrams during setup. The design diagrams should specify the exact input and output signal levels required for your network.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation Tools and Test Equipment Required Tools and Test Equipment Tools and test equipment required for setup are listed below. Equivalent items may be substituted. Ensure test equipment is calibrated and in good working order. Fluke Model 77 (or equivalent) true-rms digital voltmeter (DVM) with 0.001 resolution.
7 of the OIB and routed to the AC entry module via one of the cables in the GS7000 molded RF cable pair. The signal is then subjected to a diplex filter and directed by the RF switch to either port 3 or port 6 before being transmitted to the RF plant.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation Optical Passive Modules NCBC Combiners without Multiplexers/Demultiplexers These modules are only used in the forward path. The narrowcast signal is provided in an 8-fiber ribbon cable using an MPO connector. Broadcast signals are split with either a 1x8 splitter or with two 1x4 splitters. Narrowcast and broadcast signals are combined using integrated BWDMs and connect to the distribution cable using an 8-fiber MPO connector.
Optical Passive Modules NCBC Combiners with Integrated Forward Demux and Return Mux This module handles both the forward and reverse path. In the forward path, it splits narrowcast signals with a 1x8 demultiplexer and broadcast input signals with a 1x8 splitter. Narrowcast and broadcast signals are combined using integrated BWDMs and connect to the distribution cable using an 8-fiber MPO connector.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation NCBC Combiners with Forward Demux These modules are only used in the forward path. The narrowcast signal is split with a 1x8 demultiplexer. Broadcast signals are split with either a 1x8 splitter or two 1x4 splitters. Narrowcast and broadcast signals are combined using integrated BWDMs and connect to the distribution cable using an 8-fiber MPO connector.
Optical Passive Modules DWDM and CWDM 1x8 This module can be used in the forward and reverse paths. When used in the forward path, the module functions as an optical demultiplexer. Multiple optical wavelengths coming in over a single fiber are injected into the common port of the module, the wavelengths are separated into its frequency wavelengths.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation 1x2, 1x3, 1x4 Couplers Optical splitters are used to take a single input signal and split it evenly into a given number of outputs. The following illustration shows examples of the modules. OL-29936-01...
Optical Passive Modules 1x8 Dual 1x4 Coupler The 1x8 dual 1x4 coupler allows for input through a single fiber using the 1x8 port or two fibers using the 1x4 ports. The signals are split using a single 1x8 splitter or two 1x4 splitters.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation BWDM 1x2 Red/Blue and 1x4 Filters These filters can be used in both the forward and reverse paths. The signals are split using a 1x2 and 1x4 multiplexer/demultiplexer respectively. The following illustrations show examples of the modules. OL-29936-01...
Optical Amplifier (EDFA) Modules Optical Amplifier (EDFA) Modules Optical Amplifier Module Descriptions Erbium-doped fiber amplifier modules are available in two categories: broadcast and narrowcast. Broadcast EDFAs are used for the amplification of broadcast signals which are carried by a single optical channel anywhere between 1530 nm and 1565 nm.
Refer to Optical Amplifier and Optical Switch Module Pin Adaptor (on page 100) for pin adaptor installation instructions. Optical Amplifier Module Models The following table describes the available EDFA models for the Model GS7000 Optical Hub. Model Description...
This section is a reference for the operating parameters of the EDFA. The EDFA is configured through the Status Monitor/Local Control Module in the housing lid. Refer to the Model GS7000 Hub/Node Status Monitor/Local Control Module Installation and Configuration Guide, part number OL-29937-01, for complete instructions on configuring the EDFA.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation Configurable Parameters The following table defines the configurable parameters for the EDFA. Param Products Function DefaultV Typical Step Unit Name alue Mode Sets operating Constant mode of amplifier Gain (0) Constant Power (1) Enable Enables or Off(0) Off(0) disables amplifier...
Optical Amplifier (EDFA) Modules Operating Status Parameters The following table defines the monitored operating parameters for the EDFA. Parameter Name Function Typical Value Units Optical Input Power Optical input power Output Power Optical output power 19.5 Laser Temperature Laser temperature 25.0 or 45 degC Laser Bias Current Limit...
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation  This alarm sets the unit to the safe state. In the safe state the amplifier is turned off causing the optical amplifier output to be disabled.  This alarm tests for presence of +24V, -6V from the OIB.  This alarm indicates the state of the internal voltages (+24V, +5.0V, Vref).
Optical Amplifier (EDFA) Modules Laser Temperature Set Point Adjustment In an effort to reduce EDFA power consumption, the laser temperature set point is changed based on EDFA module temperature and type of laser used. The laser set temperature is between 25° C and 45° C. The actual laser temperature can be in the ±...
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation Term Abbreviation Definition Composite output Sum of the power present in all the individual OUT/C power wavelengths at the output of the amplifier. Composite gain Amount of gain the composite input of the power to the amplifier will receive.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation The following information is required to select a gain flattened EDFA for a multi-channel system: Maximum number of optical channels for the designed system: N = Input power per channel: P IN/λ Required output power per channel: P ...
Optical Amplifier (EDFA) Modules At a set gain condition, the EDFA maintains the gain as long as the output power is below the power limit. For example, for GS-EDFA-NCST-17L-SA EDFA, if the set gain is 7 dB, when input power is in the range from -5 dBm to 10 dBm, the output power will be in the range from 2 dBm to 17 dBm.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation 8 Wavelength System An 8 wavelength system is designed to have a maximum capacity of 8 optical channels. The actual number of optical channels at the deployment can be 8 or less. Model Set Gain (Gc) Composite Input (P Composite Output (P IN/C...
Optical Amplifier (EDFA) Modules 16 Wavelength System A 16 wavelength system is designed to have a maximum capacity of 16 optical channels. The actual number of optical channels at the deployment can be 16 or less. Model Set Gain (Gc) Composite Input (P Composite Output (P IN/C...
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation 24 Wavelength System A 24 wavelength system is designed to have a maximum capacity of 24 optical channels. The actual number of optical channels at the deployment can be 24 or less. Model Set Gain (Gc) Composite Input (P Composite Output (P IN/C...
Optical Amplifier (EDFA) Modules 32 Wavelength System A 32 wavelength system is designed to have a maximum capacity of 32 optical channels. The actual number of optical channels at the deployment can be 32 or less. Composite Input (P Composite Output (P Model Set Gain (Gc) IN/C...
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation 40 Wavelength System A 40 wavelength system is designed to have a maximum capacity of 40 optical channels. The actual number of optical channels at the deployment can be 40 or less. Model Set Gain (Gc) Composite Input (P Composite Output (P IN/C...
Optical Amplifier (EDFA) Modules Constant Power Mode (Optional) Narrowcast EDFAs can optionally be operated in constant power mode. By default, the output power is the nominal output power for the narrowcast EDFA, which is equal to the composite output power at fully loaded condition in the constant gain mode.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation Optical Amplifier Power In and Power Out Test Point Use and Operation The EDFA modules have test points that can be used to monitor input and output power levels when the units are in service. The Power In test point provides a voltage proportional to the optical input power to the EDFA module.
Optical Amplifier Power In and Power Out Test Point Use and Operation Power Out Measurement Place the positive (+) lead of a DC voltmeter on the Power Out test point. Place the negative (-) lead of the DC voltmeter on ground. Note: When installed, the metal case of the EDFA module is at ground.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation Optical Switch Module Optical Switch Module Description The optical switch module is used for switching the input of an EDFA module from a primary signal to a backup or secondary signal. The switch operates in the 1550 nm wavelength range since its application is high power/long haul systems that employ EDFAs.
Optical Switch Module Important: For mounting in a hub the pin adaptor must be installed with the blue side facing out as shown. Refer to Optical Amplifier and Optical Switch Module Pin Adaptor (on page 100) for pin adaptor installation instructions. Optical Switch Module Diagram The following block diagram shows how the optical switch module functions.
This section is a reference for the operating parameters of the optical switch. The optical switch is configured through the Status Monitor/Local Control Module in the node. Refer to the Model GS7000 Hub/Node Status Monitor/Local Control Module Installation and Configuration Guide, part number OL-29937-01, for complete instructions on configuring the optical switch.
Optical Switch Module Parameter Function Default Values Step Unit Value ThresholdA Switching threshold, -10.0 14.0 input optical power at input A Hysteresis Hysteresis Amplitude: Amplitude The value (in dB relative to the switching threshold) above which the input optical power must rise for the switch to begin the hysteresis timer before restoring...
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation Operating Status Parameters The following table defines the monitored operating parameters for the optical switch. Parameter Name Function Typical Operating Range Units Switch Position Read optical switch position PathA/PathB state (Calibrated at 1550 nm only) Path A Optical Power Input optical power on Path A -10 to 14...
Status Monitor/Local Control Module Overview A local control module and a status monitor are required for the Model GS7000 Optical Hub. A status monitor consists of a local control module with a transponder core module installed in the housing. The same housing is used for both units.
Optical switch operating parameters The local control module is equipped with a USB port to allow local control of the optical switches and optical amplifiers through the PC-based GS7000 ViewPort software. All parameters monitored by the local control module can be displayed and reviewed using ViewPort.
Status Monitor/Local Control Module Note: The local control module can be upgraded to a status monitor through the addition of a transponder core module. The transponder core module plugs directly onto the local control module’s PWB. The mechanical housing for the status monitor and the local control module are the same.
Setup and Operation Power Supply Module Introduction The Model GS7000 Optical Hub is powered by one or two power supplies. If two power supplies are installed and both are active, the load is shared equally between them. An AC segmentable shunt is available to separate the AC connection to port 3 from that of port 6.
Power Supply Module Test points are provided on top of the power supply module for AC input and all output DC voltage rails. The power supply module plugs directly into connectors on the optical interface board, no external cables are required. The primary power supply is installed in slot 2 and the secondary power supply installed in slot 1 as shown in the following illustrations.
Setup and Operation Power Distribution A Model GS7000 Optical Hub can be configured with one or two power supplies. AC input voltage can be routed to both power supplies commonly from either port 3 or port 6 on the housing. In addition, AC input voltages can be routed in a split fashion to the two power supplies.
Power Supply Module The power supplies convert the AC input to +24.5, +8.5, -6.0, and +5.5 VDC, which is routed to hub's internal modules via the optical interface board. Refer to Hub Powering Procedure (on page 40) for instructions on applying power to the hub.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation Hub Architecture Examples Cisco offers an unlimited range of fiber optic transmission architectures to meet the demands for reliable, scalable and cost-effective broadcast/narrowcast transport services. These HFC architecture examples reflect a scalable transport solution for delivery of advanced services such high-speed data, cable telephony, and video-on-demand.
Hub Architecture Examples Broadcast/Narrowcast Overlay with Redundancy This system diagram is followed by a complete description. OL-29936-01...
At the headend a 1550 nm transmitter and EDFA are used to carry broadcast payloads for transport to the Model GS7000 Optical Hub via a ringed network. The two paths are fed into the optical hub that is configured with an optical switch (OPSW) that detects loss or drop of light.
Hub Architecture Examples Node Return Transport The Prisma II Baseband Digital Reverse (bdr) technology is used to transport node returns on a single wavelength from the node to the headend. Multiple node laser options available: Analog DWDM/CWDM, BDR DWDM/CWDM. At the node, up to four individual 5 to 42 MHz analog reverse path signals are input to the digital transmitter module.
Chapter 3 Setup and Operation Populated Hub The following illustration shows a hub populated with the necessary devices for this example. OL-29936-01...
Hub Architecture Examples Broadcast/Narrowcast Overlay with Two Broadcast Zones This system diagram is followed by a complete description. OL-29936-01...
Transport for Broadcast Services The Prisma II 1550 nm Optical Transport System is used for delivering broadcast video and broadcast digital services from a headend to the Model GS7000 Optical Hub and nodal service area. This system utilizes externally modulated 1550 nm transmitters in conjunction with EDFAs.
Hub Architecture Examples Populated Hub The following illustration shows a hub populated with the necessary devices for this example. OL-29936-01...
Chapter 4 Maintenance Introduction This section describes maintenance procedures for the Model GS7000 Optical Hub. In This Chapter Opening and Closing the Housing ............. 94 Preventative Maintenance ..............96 Removing and Replacing Modules ............ 99 Care and Cleaning of Optical Connectors ........103...
Maintenance Opening and Closing the Housing Overview Installation or maintenance of the Model GS7000 Optical Hub requires opening the housing to access the internal modules. Proper housing closure is important to maintaining the node in good working condition. Proper closure ensures a good seal against the environment, protecting the internal modules.
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Chapter 4 Maintenance Preventative Maintenance Overview Preventive maintenance procedures are regularly scheduled actions that help prevent failures and maintain the appearance of the equipment. Schedule Perform the preventive maintenance procedures at these intervals. Procedure Interval Visual Inspection: External Surfaces Semiannually Connectors Semiannually Indicators...
Preventative Maintenance What to Inspect How to Inspect Indicators Inspect for: cracked or missing lenses Wiring and cables Inspect for: cuts, nicks, burns, or abrasions exposed bare conductors sharp bends pinched or damaged wires broken or loose lacing, tie wraps, or clamps Cleaning Clean exterior surfaces of the equipment at least annually.
Chapter 4 Maintenance WARNING: Isopropyl alcohol is flammable. Use isopropyl alcohol only in well-ventilated areas away from energized electrical circuits and heated objects such as soldering irons or open flames. Avoid excessive inhalation of vapors or prolonged or repeated contact with skin. Wear industrial rubber gloves and industrial safety goggles to avoid contact with skin.
Removing and Replacing Modules Overview This procedure describes how to remove and replace the internal modules of the Model GS7000 Optical Hub. All field-replaceable modules can be removed and replaced without removing power from the hub. Field-replaceable modules include: ...
Chapter 4 Maintenance Tighten the screws securing the module. Torque screws to 25 to 30 in-lbs (2.8 to 3.4 Nm). Carefully reconnect any optical fibers that were removed from the original module. Clean optical connectors before reconnecting. See Care and Cleaning of Optical Connectors (on page 103) for cleaning procedure.
Removing and Replacing Modules Module Replacement Procedure - Passive Modules Follow this procedure to remove and replace the optical passive devices from their mounting tray in the housing base. Open the housing. See Opening and Closing the Housing (on page 94). Carefully tag and remove any optical fibers from the passive module.
Chapter 4 Maintenance Using your thumb, press up and back slightly on the plastic retaining tab that secures the metal tab on the top of the module in place in the tray. Tilt the top of the module down and then lift the module out of the tray. Note: You must move the module up slightly to free the small metal tab on the bottom of the module from the mating retaining slot in the tray.
Care and Cleaning of Optical Connectors Care and Cleaning of Optical Connectors CAUTION: Proper operation of this equipment requires clean optical fibers. Dirty fibers will adversely affect performance. Proper cleaning is imperative. The proper procedure for cleaning optical connectors depends on the connector type. The following describes general instructions for fiber optic cleaning.
Chapter 4 Maintenance To Clean Optical Connectors WARNING: Avoid personal injury! Use of controls, adjustments, or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Avoid personal injury! The laser light source on this equipment emits invisible laser radiation.
Care and Cleaning of Optical Connectors Cleaning Connectors It is important that all external jumper connectors be cleaned before inserting them into the optical module. Follow these steps to clean fiber optic connectors that will be connected to the optical module: Important: Before you begin, remove optical power from the module or ensure that optical power has been removed.
Chapter 4 Maintenance Insert a dry bulkhead swab into the bulkhead and rotate the swab several times. Remove the swab and discard. Swabs may be used only once. Check the bulkhead optical surface with a fiber connector scope to confirm that it is clean.
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Appx auto letter Appendix A Technical Information Introduction This appendix contains tilt, forward and reverse equalizer charts and pad values and part numbers. In This Appendix Model GS7000 Optical Hub Accessory Part Numbers ....110 Torque Specifications ................. 112 OL-29936-01...
Appendix A Technical Information Model GS7000 Optical Hub Accessory Part Numbers Attenuators The following table provides part numbers and attenuation values for the Model GS7000 Node attenuator pads. Attenuator Pad Value Part Number 0 dB - 1 GHz 589693 0.5 dB - 1 GHz 589694 1.0 dB - 1 GHz...
Model GS7000 Optical Hub Accessory Part Numbers Attenuator Pad Value Part Number 12.0 dB - 1 GHz 589717 12.5 dB - 1 GHz 589718 13.0 dB - 1 GHz 589719 13.5 dB - 1 GHz 589720 14.0 dB - 1 GHz 589721 14.5 dB - 1 GHz...
Appendix A Technical Information Torque Specifications Node Fastener Torque Specifications Be sure to follow these torque specifications when assembling/mounting the node. Fastener Torque Specification Illustration Housing closure bolts 5 to 12 ft-lbs (6.8 to 16.3 Nm) Fiber port plugs 5 to 8 ft-lbs (6.8 to 10.8 Nm) Housing plugs Strand clamp mounting bracket bolts...
Appx auto letter Appendix B Expanded Fiber Tray Introduction This appendix explains the installation and configuration of the Model GS7000 Optical Hub expanded fiber tray. In This Appendix Expanded Fiber Tray Overview ............114 Expanded Fiber Tray Installation ............. 116 ...
Introduction The expanded fiber tray is an optional replacement for the standard fiber tray in the Model GS7000 GainMaker® Scalable 4-Port Node. The expanded fiber tray provides additional space for fiber management/storage and the installation of additional bulkhead adaptors. The expanded fiber tray also provides the space for the installation of various passive devices such as CWDM and OADM cassettes and raw WDM cartridges.
Appendix B Expanded Fiber Tray Expanded Fiber Tray Installation Installation Procedure Perform the following steps to install the expanded fiber tray in the node. If you are replacing a standard fiber tray in an existing node, go to step 2. If you are not replacing a standard fiber tray, go to step 3.
Expanded Fiber Tray Installation Important: Make sure that the fiber tray fits into the two guide slots in the fiber track near the power supplies. Make sure that the fingers and locking tabs on the other end of the fiber tray are inserted between the fiber track and the aluminum node housing.
Appendix B Expanded Fiber Tray Pivot the fiber tray down and snap it into place on top of the power supplies with its locking tabs and in the node lid with its hold-down tab as shown in the following illustration. OL-29936-01...
Fiber Management System Fiber Management System Overview The fiber management system is made up of a fiber tray and a fiber routing track. The fiber tray provides a convenient location to mount passive devices and store excess fiber. The tray is hinged to allow it to move out of the way during the insertion of the fibers and for installation or replacement of the various node modules.
Appendix B Expanded Fiber Tray Proper Fiber Routing Observe the following considerations regarding fiber routing: Poor fiber routing is a major cause of bend radius violations. Proper fiber routing provides well-defined paths, making it easier to access individual fibers. Easy to follow paths aid technicians in performing fiber tracing, testing, and ...
Fiber Management System Connector and Bulkhead Access Observe the following considerations regarding connector and bulkhead access: Connector access is critical for reconfiguration, testing, maintenance, and troubleshooting. The expanded fiber tray provides a clip which can accommodate up to four ...
Appendix B Expanded Fiber Tray Passive Device and Bulkhead Mounting Mounting clips are provided for installing available passive devices and bulkhead adaptors. These clips can be used to mount devices in various orientations in any of the three circular retaining tracks in the expanded fiber tray. The following illustrations show the available mounting clips.
Fiber Management System 3-Cartridge Clip The following illustration shows a 3-cartridge clip holding raw WDM cartridges. CWDM Clip The following illustration shows a CWDM clip. Cassette Device Clip The following illustration shows a cassette device clip holding a demultiplexer. OL-29936-01...
Appendix B Expanded Fiber Tray Fiber Installation For general instructions on installing and routing the fiber optic cables in the hub, refer to the Fiber Optic Cable Installation sections of this manual. OL-29936-01...
Glossary ampere. A unit of measure for electrical current. ac, AC alternating current. An electric current that reverses its direction at regularly recurring intervals. AC/RF alternating current radio frequency. automatic frequency control. An arrangement whereby the tuning of a circuit is automatically maintained within specified limits with respect to a reference frequency.
Glossary auxiliary. baseband The original band of frequencies occupied by the signal before it modulates the carrier frequency to form the transmitted signal. Characteristic of any network technology that uses a single carrier frequency and requires all stations attached to the network to participate in every transmission.
Glossary C/N or CNR carrier-to-noise ratio. The ratio, in decibels, of the carrier to that of the noise in a receiver's IF bandwidth after specified band limiting and before any nonlinear process such as amplitude limiting and detection takes place. carrier-to-noise temperature ratio.
Glossary dBmV decibels relative to 1 millivolt. dBuV decibels relative to 1 microvolt. decibels relative to 1 watt. directional coupler. dc, DC direct current. An electric current flowing in one direction only and substantially constant in value. deviation The peak difference between the instantaneous frequency of the modulated wave and the carrier frequency, in an FM system.
Glossary duplexer A device which permits the connection of both a receiver and a transmitter to a common antenna. digital voltmeter. DWDM dense wave-division multiplexing. A method of placing multiple wavelengths of light into a single fiber that yields higher bandwidth capacity. Dense WDM indicates close spacing and more than 4 to 8 wavelengths.
Glossary electrostatic discharge. Discharge of stored static electricity that can damage electronic equipment and impair electrical circuitry, resulting in complete or intermittent failures. forward configuration module. field-effect transistor. A transistor in which the conduction is due entirely to the flow of majority carriers through a conduction channel controlled by an electric field arising from a voltage applied between the gate and source electrodes.
Glossary hybrid fiber/coaxial. A network that uses a combination of fiber optics and coaxial cable to transport signals from one place to another. A broadband network using standard cable television transmission components, such as optical transmitters and receivers, coaxial cable, amplifiers, and power supplies.
Glossary Mbps megabits per second. A unit of measure representing a rate of one million bits (megabits) per second. multipath, multipath transmission The phenomenon which results from a signal traveling from point to point by more than one path so that several copies of the signal arrive at the destination at different times or at different angles.
Glossary RCVR receiver. reverse path Signal flow direction toward the headend. radio frequency. The frequency in the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that is above the audio frequencies and below the infrared frequencies, used in radio transmission systems. radio frequency interference. return material authorization.
Glossary SNMP simple network management protocol. A protocol that governs network management and the monitoring of network devices and their functions. synchronous transmission A transmission mode in which the sending and receiving terminal equipment are operating continuously at the same rate and are maintained in a desired phase relationship. torque A force that produces rotation or torsion.
Index Broadcast EDFA Power and Gain Setup • 59 Broadcast/Narrowcast Overlay with Redundancy • 85 16 Wavelength System • 65 1x2, 1x3, 1x4 Couplers • 50 Broadcast/Narrowcast Overlay with Two Broadcast Zones • 89 1x8 Dual 1x4 Coupler • 51 BW •...
FM • 130 Maintenance • 93 frequency • 130 Mbps • 132 frequency agile • 130 Model GS7000 Optical Hub Accessory Part frequency response • 130 Numbers • 110 FSC Color Code and Assignment • 20 Model Number Matrix • 9 ft-lb •...
Index NCBC Combiners without Multiplexers/Demultiplexers • 46 Nm • 132 RCM • 132 RCVR • 133 node opening and closing • 94 Recommended Equipment • 103 Node Fastener Torque Specifications • 12, 112 Removing and Replacing Modules • 99 Node Return Transport • 87, 90 Required Tools and Test Equipment •...
Index V • 134 Visual Inspection • 96 Voltage Check Procedure • 42 W • 134 OL-29936-01...
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