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Installation Guide About This Document About This Document Purpose This document describes the procedure for installing a BTS3900L (Ver.C) (referred to as BTS3900L) cabinet, boards, modules, and cables. It also provides checklists for hardware installation. Product Versions The following table lists the product versions related to this document.
11 Installing the Cables The cables in the BTS3900L cabinet are already installed. You need to install only the cables led into the cabinet and cables for optional components. 12 Installation Checklist Check the installation items, installation environment, and cable-related items after the cabinets and devices are all installed.
2.3 Skills and Requirements for Onsite Personnel.......................7 3 Information About the Installation...................8 3.1 Configurations of the BTS3900L Cabinet........................9 3.2 Application Scenario of the BTS3900L Cabinet (Only RFUs Configured)..............11 3.3 Application Scenario of the BTS3900 Cabinet (RRUs and RFUs Configured)............12 3.4 Installation Clearance and Position Requirements.......................14 4 Unpacking the Equipment......................17...
1 Changes in BTS3900L (Ver.C) Installation Guide Changes in BTS3900L (Ver.C) Installation Guide This chapter describes the changes in BTS3900L (Ver.C) Installation Guide. 07 (2013-11-08) This is the seventh official release. Compared with issue 06 (2013-08-23), no topic is added.
BTS3900L (Ver.C) Installation Guide 1 Changes in BTS3900L (Ver.C) Installation Guide 06 (2013-08-23) This is the sixth official release. Compared with issue 05 (2013-05-27), this issue adds the following contents: Installing a DCDU-11B or DCDU-12B in a Cabinet 11.7.3 Installing a BBU Alarm Cable...
BTS3900L (Ver.C) Installation Guide 1 Changes in BTS3900L (Ver.C) Installation Guide Topic Change Description 11.7.1 (Optional) Installing the Inter-BBU Modified the description of BBU Signal Cable interconnection signal cables in the prerequisites. Compared with 03 (2012-11-08), no information is deleted.
Compared with MBTS V100R004C00, WCDMA-NodeB V200R013C00, GSM-BTS V100R013C00, eNodeB V100R004C00, this issue adds the following topic: 2.1 Document Preparations 3.2 Application Scenario of the BTS3900L Cabinet (Only RFUs Configured) 11.7.1 (Optional) Installing the Inter-BBU Signal Cable 13 Powering On the BTS3900L...
This section describes the reference documents that must be ready before the installation. Before the installation, you must familiar with the following reference documents: – BTS3900L (Ver.C) Hardware Description – Safety Information During the installation, you must familiar with the following reference document: –...
Before the installation, pay attention to the following items: The customer's technical engineers must be trained by Huawei and be familiar with the proper installation and operation methods. The number of onsite personnel depends on the engineering schedule and installation environment.
Information About the Installation About This Chapter This section provides important notes for the BTS3900L cabinet with -48 V AC power. Before a cabinet is installed, you must familiar with the cabinet structure, application scenario, and space requirements. This document describes how to install the BTS3900L cabinet configured with the RFUs.
BTS3900L (Ver.C) Installation Guide 3 Information About the Installation 3.1 Configurations of the BTS3900L Cabinet This section describes the interior and components of the BTS3900L cabinet. Figure 3-1 shows the interior and Table 3-1 describes the components of the BTS3900L cabinet.
In a triple-mode scenario, BBU 0 is the root BBU and BBU 1 is the leaf BBU. Cabinet Configurations for a Single- or Dual-Mode Scenario Figure 3-2 show the configurations of the BTS3900L in a single- or dual-mode scenario. Figure 3-2 BTS3900L in a single- or dual-mode scenario 1. BTS3900L (GATM not configured) 2.
In a triple-mode scenario, two BBUs are configured. BBU 0 is the root BBU and BBU 1 is the leaf BBU. A BTS3900L base station supports a maximum of 12 RFUs and 6 RRUs. If there are more than 12 RFUs and 6 RRUs, one or more base stations need to be added.
GTMUb, and the RRUs supporting the GSM mode are connected to the UBRI. NOTE When a BTS3900L (Ver.C) is configured with RFUs and RRUs, a DCDU-11B is installed on a wall to distribute power to RRUs. Cabinet Configurations for a Single- or Dual-Mode Base Station Figure 3-4 shows the interior of a single- or dual-mode BTS3900L.
The installation of cabinets must meet the requirements of the proper design, practical installation, and elegant layout. Installation Clearance Requirements The clearance requirements of the BTS3900L cabinets are as follows: The cabinet can be installed with its back against the wall. The cabinet can be installed with one side against the wall.
Figure 3-6 Cabinet installation clearance requirements Cabinet Layout Requirements The layout principles of the BTS3900L cabinets are as follows: The cabinets are as close to the feeder window as possible so that the feeder is used less. The cabinets are installed in a row in the same equipment room for easy cabling.
The total number does not tally with the Find out the cause and report any missing packing list articles to the local Huawei office. Step 2 Check the exterior of the packing case. Issue 07 (2013-11-08) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential...
Sign the Packing List with the customer. those on the packing list Either shipment shortage, wrong shipment Report to the local Huawei office. or damaged articles. CAUTION l To protect the equipment and prevent damage to the equipment, you are advised to keep the...
8 Installing the Cabinet Installing the Cabinet About This Chapter This chapter describes the procedure for installing the BTS3900L cabinet. 8.1 Installing the Cabinet Without a Base This section describes the procedure and precautions to be taken for installing a cabinet without a base.
A rubber mallet, a hammer drill (Φ16), a screwdriver and a torque wrench are available. Context The BTS3900L cabinet is installed without a base by default. The cabinet door can be removed before the cabinet is installed for easy operations.
Installation Guide 8 Installing the Cabinet Context When installing a BTS3900L on a base, use a marking template matching the base to determine the positions of the holes for installing the cabinet. Procedure Step 1 Determine the position of the cabinet by referring to the marking template, as shown in Figure 8-8.
Step 2 Install the PGND cable. Connect one end of the PGND cable to the ground bar on the internal panel inside the BTS3900L, and then use screws to secure the OT terminals of the PGND cable, as shown Figure 9-2.
11 Installing the Cables Installing the Cables About This Chapter The cables in the BTS3900L cabinet are already installed. You need to install only the cables led into the cabinet and cables for optional components. 11.1 Cabling Requirements Cables must be routed according to the specified cabling requirements to prevent signal interference.
11.2 Cable Routes The cables in the BTS3900L cabinet must be routed according to the cabling requirements and must be bound by using cable ties. Route the PGND cables along the left side inside the cabinet.
In the case of full configuration with 12 RFUs, connect the input power cables and supply the power to the cabinet. Context By default, 2 X 160A or 4 X 80A should be provided for BTS3900L(Ver.C) cabinet, as shown Figure 11-11.
For details about how to add connectors to RRU power cables for a BTS3900 (Ver.B) or BTS3900L (Ver.B), see Assembling the OT Terminal and the Power Cable. l For details about how to add connectors to RRU power cables for a BTS3900 (Ver.C) or BTS3900L (Ver.C), see Assembling the Tool-Less Female Connector (Pressfit Type)
Figure 11-25. l For a BTS3900 (Ver.B) or BTS3900L (Ver.B), the OT terminals are connected to the LOAD0 to LOAD5 terminals on the DCDU-03B. l For a BTS3900 (Ver.C) or BTS3900L (Ver.C), the tool-less female connectors (pressfit type) are connected to the LOAD0 to LOAD5 ports on the DCDU-11B.
Installation Guide 13 Powering On the BTS3900L Powering On the BTS3900L This section describes how to power on the BTS3900L cabinet and handle the power supply failure to the components in the cabinet. Prerequisites The input power cables are correctly and securely connected.
LOAD6 to LOAD9 Reserved Procedure Step 1 Turn on the switch of the external power supply to power on the BTS3900L. Step 2 Check whether the input voltage of the DCDU in the BTS3900L is normal. Then The input voltage of the DCDU is not in the Power supply to the cabinet fails.
-38.4 V DC to -57 V DC complete. Go to Step Step 3 Turn off the switch of the external power supply to power off the BTS3900L. Step 4 Check the connections and routing of the power cables for the DCDU. Step 5 Go to Step 2 to ensure that the output voltage of the DCDU is normal.
BTS3900L (Ver.C) Installation Guide 13 Powering On the BTS3900L Failure Type Handling Measure Failure in the power Check as follows: supply to a board in the 1. Remove the board, and check whether any pin of the slot on the backplane is bent, broken, or missing. Replace the subrack if necessary.