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310 5G CPE Outdoor
Installation Manual
Describes product installation and requirement procedure.
Document Version 1.0
February 2018
Document Number: 2600-00LVNAGAA

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  • Page 1 310 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual Describes product installation and requirement procedure. Document Version 1.0 February 2018 Document Number: 2600-00LVNAGAA...
  • Page 2 To the extent permitted by law no liability (including liability to any person by reason of negligence) will be accepted by SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd., its subsidiaries or employees for any direct or indirect loss or damage caused by omissions from or inaccuracies in this document.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Confidential Contents Preface viii Conventions in this Document ....................... viii Revision History ..........................ix Organization of This Document ...................... ix Related Documentation ........................ix Personal and Product Safety ......................x Equipment Markings ........................xii Chapter 1 Before Installation System View and External Interface ....................1 CPE Outdoor View ........................
  • Page 4 Confidential Contents Connecting Ethernet Cable ......................43 Fixing Cable Cover .......................... 51 Chapter 4 Inspect the Installation Appendix A Acronyms Appendix B Standard Torque 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual v1.0 Copyright © 2018, All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 5 Confidential List of Figures Figure 1. CPE Outdoor View ..........................1 Figure 2. CPE Outdoor View (with Cable Cover) ..................... 2 Figure 3. CPE Outdoor External Interface ....................... 3 Figure 4. Procedure to Install the CPE Outdoor ....................9 Figure 5. CPE Outdoor Arrangement Pole type Installation................
  • Page 6 Confidential List of Figures Figure 48. Checking a LED (1) .......................... 49 Figure 49. Checking a LED (2) .......................... 50 Figure 50. Fixing Cable Cover on CPE Outdoor ....................51 Figure 51. Installation Inspection Procedure ....................52 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual v1.0 Copyright ©...
  • Page 7 Confidential List of Tables Table 1. Specifications ........................... 4 Table 2. Basic Installation Tools ........................7 Table 3. Parts and Tools for inserting the SIM ..................... 13 Table 4. Parts and Tools for Fixing Unit Bracket on CPE Outdoor ............... 15 Table 5.
  • Page 8: Preface

    Outdoor and how to connect its cables. This manual includes the following 5G CPE Outdoor: • CPE Outdoor Conventions in this Document Samsung Networks product documentation uses the following conventions. Symbols Symbol Description Indicates a task. Indicates a shortcut or an alternative method.
  • Page 9: Revision History

    Confidential Preface User Input and Console Screen Output Text Input and output text is presented in the Courier font. For example, context <designated epc-context-name> CLI commands are presented in bold small caps. For example, Type the RTRV-NE-STS command in the input field. Revision History The following table lists all versions of this document.
  • Page 10: Personal And Product Safety

    Confidential Preface Personal and Product Safety This product safety information includes American directives, which you must follow. If these do not apply in your country, please follow similar directives that do apply in your country. Proposition 65 Warning (US Only) State of California Proposition 65 Warning (US only) WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
  • Page 11 Product Disposal To reduce the environmental impact of products, Samsung has joined WEEE compliance activities. The WEEE symbol on the product indicates that the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/CE for the disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
  • Page 12: Equipment Markings

    Confidential Preface Equipment Markings This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these items from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
  • Page 13: Chapter 1 Before Installation

    Confidential Chapter 1 Before Installation This chapter introduces the CPE Outdoor and describes the items that you should know before installation. System View and External Interface This section provides the pictorial view of the CPE Outdoor and its interfaces. CPE Outdoor View The figure below depicts the physical structure of the CPE Outdoor.
  • Page 14: Figure 2. Cpe Outdoor View (with Cable Cover)

    Confidential Chapter 1 Before Installation Figure 2. CPE Outdoor View (with Cable Cover) Unit: in. (mm) [Top View] 6.86 (174.4) [Left View] [Front View] [Right View] [Rear View] [Bottom View] 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual v1.0 Copyright © 2018, All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 15: Cpe Outdoor External Interface

    Confidential Chapter 1 Before Installation CPE Outdoor External Interface The figure below depicts the external interface structure of the CPE Outdoor. Figure 3. CPE Outdoor External Interface Ground Terminal [Bottom View] 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual v1.0 Copyright © 2018, All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 16: Specifications

    Confidential Chapter 1 Before Installation Specifications The table below lists the main specifications of the CPE Outdoor. Table 1. Specifications Item COF110-284 Technology 5G (follows Verizon 5GTF's latest version) Operating Frequency 27.5-28.35 GHz Channel Bandwidth 100 MHz Operating Bandwidth 100 MHz × 8 Carrier Antenna Configuration Integrated Antenna •...
  • Page 17: Cautions For Installation

    Confidential Chapter 1 Before Installation Cautions for Installation Observe the safety instructions described in this section when installing the system. Installation must be done in accordance with the applicable local electric codes. Before Installing • Post warning signs in areas where high-voltage cables are installed. •...
  • Page 18: After Installing

    Confidential Chapter 1 Before Installation After Installing Remove any debris produced during the work and clean up the installation site. In the system, the laser beam light runs through the optical cable. The workers must handle the optical cables with care as the laser beam can seriously damage the eyes.
  • Page 19: Installation Tools

    Confidential Chapter 1 Before Installation Installation Tools The table below lists the basic tools needed for installation. The additional tools required for each site need to be identified and arranged during a site survey before starting the installation. Table 2. Basic Installation Tools Number Name Specification...
  • Page 20 Confidential Chapter 1 Before Installation Number Name Specification Purpose of use Concrete Drill Bit 1/4 in. (6 mm) For Plastic Anchor Cable Cutter 0.24-1.26 in. (6-32 mm) Cable cutting Crimping Tool 14 AWG-4 AWG (1.5-16 mm Pressure terminal for crimping Cable Stripper Apply cable thickness: 1.5-6.2 Cable sheath for removal...
  • Page 21: Chapter 2 Installing System

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System This chapter describes the installation procedure of the CPE Outdoor. Installation Procedure The figure below depicts the procedure to install the CPE Outdoor. Figure 4. Procedure to Install the CPE Outdoor Foundation Work Bringing in Items Unpacking and Transporting Unpacking Items Pole Type...
  • Page 22: System Arrangement

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System System Arrangement A minimum distance must be secured around the CPE Outdoor, in each direction for installation and maintenance. The figure below depicts the minimum distance that must be secured for a pole type installation of the CPE Outdoor. Figure 5.
  • Page 23: Transporting And Unpacking

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Transporting and Unpacking This section details how to transport the items to the installation place and describes the procedure to unpack cabinets and other components. Bringing in Items Take care of the following at each stage of transportation of the items: •...
  • Page 24: Figure 7. Item List

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Item List The figure below depicts the packed item list. Figure 7. Item List Cable Cover Unit Bracket Mounting Bracket Steel Band AC/DC Adaptor Power Cord 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual v1.0 Copyright © 2018, All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 25: Fixing System

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Fixing System This section details the procedure to fix the CPE Outdoor. Inserting SIM To insert the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available. Table 3. Parts and Tools for inserting the SIM Category Description Recommended Torque Value...
  • Page 26: Figure 9. Inserting Sim (2)

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Figure 9. Inserting SIM (2) SIM Slot Fix the window cover by fastening screws in numerical order (1  2  3 Figure 10. Inserting SIM (3) M3 Screw Window Cover When fixing the window cover, make sure to check the order of screw fastening and standard torque value (4.4 lbfin).
  • Page 27: Fixing Unit Bracket Assembly

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Fixing Unit Bracket Assembly To fix a unit bracket assembly on the CPE Outdoor Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available. Table 4. Parts and Tools for Fixing Unit Bracket on CPE Outdoor Category Description Parts...
  • Page 28: Fixing System On A Pole Type

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Figure 12. Fixing Unit Bracket Assembly (2) M5 SEMS (T25H) Unit Bracket Assembly M6 SEMS (T25H) Fixing System on a Pole Type The CPE Outdoor can be fixed on a pole. This section details both procedures. To fix a mounting bracket on the pole Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available.
  • Page 29: Figure 13. Fixing Mounting Bracket On The Pole (1)

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Pass the steel band through the fixing hole of the mounting bracket, as shown in the figure below. Figure 13. Fixing Mounting bracket on the Pole (1) Steel Band Mounting Bracket Place a mounting bracket to the pole and fix the steel band, as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 30: Figure 15. Fixing Mounting Bracket On The Pole (3)

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System When fixing the mounting bracket, ensure that the ‘UP’ arrow is upward. Check the level of the mounting bracket on the pole and adjust the level, as detailed in the figure below. Figure 15. Fixing Mounting bracket on the Pole (3) If it is level, the bubble of the spirit level is positioned at the center of both lines.
  • Page 31: Figure 16. Fixing Cpe Outdoor On The Pole Mounting Bracket

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System To fix the CPE Outdoor on the pole mounting bracket Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available. Table 6. Parts and Tools for Fixing CPE Outdoor on the Pole Category Description Parts Fasteners M5 ×...
  • Page 32: Fixing System On A Wall Type

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Fixing System on a Wall Type A CPE Outdoor can be fixed on wall using a mounting bracket. This section details the procedures for fixing the mounting bracket on the wall and fixing the CPE Outdoor on the bracket. To mark on the wall Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available.
  • Page 33: Figure 18. Marking Wall Type

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Place the mounting bracket on the fixing location, check the level status using a level, and adjust the level of the bracket assembly. If the level status is normal, mark the anchor bolt holes on the wall. This is detailed in the figure below.
  • Page 34: Table 10. Drilling Example

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Drill anchor holes at the marked points. Remove dust from the holes using a vacuum cleaner. Table 10. Drilling Example Vacuum Cleaner 1/4 in. (6 mm) Hammer Drill To fix the mounting bracket on the wall Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available.
  • Page 35: Figure 19. Fixing Mounting Bracket On The Wall (1)

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Figure 19. Fixing Mounting Bracket on the Wall (1) Wall Plastic Anchor Place the mounting bracket along with the fixed plastic anchors. Figure 20. Fixing Mounting Bracket on the Wall (2) M4 PH+ Taptite Screw Mounting Bracket When fixing the mounting bracket, ensure that the ‘UP’...
  • Page 36: Figure 21. Fixing Cpe Outdoor On The Wall Mounting Bracket

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System To fix the CPE Outdoor on the wall Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available. Table 12. Parts and Tools for Fixing CPE Outdoor on the Wall Category Description Parts Fasteners M5 ×...
  • Page 37: System Tilting & Swiveling

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System System Tilting & Swiveling To tilt the system Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available. Table 13. Tools for System Tilting Category Description Recommended Torque Value M5 SEMS 25 lbfin (29 kgf·cm) •...
  • Page 38: Figure 23. System Tilting (2)

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Figure 23. System Tilting (2) [UP Tilting] [Down Tilting] Turn the left/right side screws of mounting bracket clockwise and fix it. 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual v1.0 Copyright © 2018, All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 39: Figure 24. System Tilting (3)

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Figure 24. System Tilting (3) M5 SEMS (T25H) [Left View] [Right View] To swivel the system Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available. Table 14. Tools for System Swiveling Category Description Recommended Torque Value M5 SEMS 25 lbfin (29 kgf·cm)
  • Page 40: Figure 26. System Swiveling (2)

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Adjust the swiveling angle by pulling the up and down tilt of CPE outdoor. o Left swiveling: 5°/10°/15°/20°/25° o Right swiveling: 5°/10°/15°/20°/25° Figure 26. System Swiveling (2) [Left Swivelling] [Right Swivelling] Turn the top side screw of the unit bracket clockwise and fix it. 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual v1.0 Copyright ©...
  • Page 41: Figure 27. System Swiveling (3)

    Confidential Chapter 2 Installing System Figure 27. System Swiveling (3) M5 SEMS (T25H) [Top View] When tilting and swiveling the CPE at the same time, the possible range is as follows: Degree of Tilting Degree of Swivelling Remark +15° Left 25°~Right 25° 0°...
  • Page 42: Chapter 3 Connecting Cables

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables This chapter describes the procedures to connect cables to a CPE Outdoor system and to label the cables. Cabling Procedure The figure below depicts the procedure to connect system cables. Figure 28. Procedure to Connect System Cable Connecting ground cable Grounding Interface Cable Connection...
  • Page 43: Guidelines For Cable Connections

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Guidelines for Cable Connections The figure below depicts the sequence of operations for connecting cables to the system. Figure 29. Cable Connection Procedure Cable Path Inspection Cable Cutting Cable Installation When assembling the connector at the site Connector Attachment Connector Assembly Cable Binding...
  • Page 44: Cable Path Inspection

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Cable Path Inspection When installing a cable that interconnects the rectifier, Main Ground Bar (MGB), and backhaul device, within the system, cable path, length, and cable installation method must be inspected. To inspect the cable path, ensure the following. •...
  • Page 45: Cable Binding

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables • If the cable needs to be protected, use a suitable protective cover such as a PVC channel, spiral sleeve, flexible pipe, and cable rack. • Install the DC power cable and the data transmission cable away from the AC power cable to prevent electromagnetic induction.
  • Page 46: Identification Tag Attachment

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables • Use a heat shrink tube at the connector connection for cables that are installed outdoors, such as feeder lines, to prevent water leakage and corrosion from occurring at the part exposed to the outside. •...
  • Page 47: Cabling Diagram

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Cabling Diagram The cabling diagram of the system is as follows. The figure below depicts the cabling diagram of the CPE Outdoor. Figure 30. Cable Diagram [Inside Building] [Outside Building] Home Router [Bottom View] 1) Ground Cable 3) Ethernet Cable [PoE Midspan] AC Outlet...
  • Page 48: Grounding

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Grounding Grounding is the process of operating an electronic system such as a power supply system, communication system, and control system, stably without damage from lightning, transient-current, transient-voltage, and electric noise. Grounding also helps in preventing injury from electric shock. Ground equipment minimizes the electrical potential of the electronic device to that of the ground, which is zero electrical potential.
  • Page 49: Figure 31. Connecting Ground Cable (1)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Category Description Fastener Checking MGB specifications per site and preparing connecting parts M6 × L12 SEMS (Hexagon+)/2 EA Outdoor Recommended M6 SEMS 43 lbf·in (50 kgf·cm) Torque Value • Cable Cutter Working Tools • Wire Stripper •...
  • Page 50: Figure 32. Connecting Ground Cable (2)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables The figure below depicts steps 3 to 5. Figure 32. Connecting Ground Cable (2) M6 SEMS (Hexagon +) Pressure Terminal Heat Shrink Tube (clear) Ground Cable 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual v1.0 Copyright © 2018, All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 51: Power Cabling

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Power Cabling The figure below depicts the elements of a power supply device. Figure 33. Power Equipment Elements 100~240 V AC AC Distributor PoE Midspan CPE Outdoor (AC Outlet) Handling the power cable incorrectly may damage the rack or cause an electric short-circuit through the cable.
  • Page 52: Figure 34. Connecting Power Cable (1)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Install the AC power cable from the AC Distributor to the PoE midspan, as shown in the figure below. Figure 34. Connecting Power Cable (1) AC Power Cable AC Outlet [PoE Midspan] Insert the connector into the AC IN port of the PoE Midspan. Figure 35.
  • Page 53: Interface Cable Connection

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Interface Cable Connection This section describes the procedures to connect interface cables. Remove Ethernet Cable To remove an Ethernet cable from the CPE Outdoor Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available. Table 19.
  • Page 54: Figure 37. Remove Ethernet Cable (2)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Figure 37. Remove Ethernet Cable (2) Cable Gland Body RJ-45 Plug Ethernet Cable Latch Ethernet Cable Separate the filler and cable gland nut in order from the Ethernet cable. Figure 38. Remove Ethernet Cable (3) Filler Cable Gland Nut Ethernet Cable...
  • Page 55: Table 20. Parts And Tools For Connecting Ethernet Cable (cpe~poe Midspan)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Connecting Ethernet Cable To connect an Ethernet cable (CPE~PoE Midspan) Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available. Table 20. Parts and Tools for Connecting Ethernet Cable (CPE~PoE Midspan) Category Description Installation Section CPE Outdoor LAN port~PoE Midspan PoE/OUT port Cable UTP, 24 AWG, 4P, CAT.5e (Outdoor Type)
  • Page 56: Figure 39. Connecting Ethernet Cable_cpe~poe Midspan (1)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables The Ethernet cable length between CPE and PoE Midspan is 3 m. If the cable length is short, it can be connected by making a cable. At this time, the total cable length of Home router-PoE Midspan-CPE should not exceed a maximum of 100 m.
  • Page 57: Figure 41. Connecting Ethernet Cable_cpe~poe Midspan (3)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Figure 41. Connecting Ethernet Cable_CPE~PoE Midspan (3) Filler Cable Gland Nut Ethernet Cable The latch of cable side connector should be toward the rear side. Figure 42. Connecting Ethernet Cable_CPE~PoE Midspan (4) Front Side RJ-45 Plug Latch Insert the RJ-45 plug into the system side’s LAN port.
  • Page 58: Figure 43. Connecting Ethernet Cable_cpe~poe Midspan (5)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Figure 43. Connecting Ethernet Cable_CPE~PoE Midspan (5) Cable Gland Body RJ-45 Plug Ethernet Cable Push the filler to the cable gland body and connect the cable gland nut. Figure 44. Connecting Ethernet Cable_CPE~PoE Midspan (6) Cable Gland Body Filler Cable Gland Nut...
  • Page 59: Table 22. Parts And Tools For Connecting Ethernet Cable (poe Midspan~home Router)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables To connect an Ethernet cable (PoE Midspan) Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available. Table 22. Parts and Tools for Connecting Ethernet Cable (PoE Midspan~Home Router) Category Description Installation Section PoE Midspan DATA/IN port~Home Router Cable UTP, 24 AWG, 4P, CAT.5e (Indoor Type) Bending Radius...
  • Page 60: Figure 46. Connecting Ethernet Cable_poe Midspan~home Router (1)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Figure 46. Connecting Ethernet Cable_PoE Midspan~Home Router (1) [PoE Midspan] Ethernet Cable (Indoor Type) Home Router Insert the RJ-45 plug into the PoE side’s DATA/IN port. Figure 47. Connecting Ethernet Cable_PoE Midspan~Home Router (2) PoE (Midspan) DATA/IN Port To check a LED After turning the power on for the CPE Outdoor, check the status of the LED.
  • Page 61: Figure 48. Checking A Led (1)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Figure 48. Checking a LED (1) LED Cover - When the status of the LED is ‘Amber on’ or ‘Green on’, you can finish the installation. But it is recommended that you adjust the angle of installation for the CPE to ensure ‘Green on’.
  • Page 62: Figure 49. Checking A Led (2)

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Figure 49. Checking a LED (2) 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual v1.0 Copyright © 2018, All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 63: Figure 50. Fixing Cable Cover On Cpe Outdoor

    Confidential Chapter 3 Connecting Cables Fixing Cable Cover To fix the cable cover Ensure that the items mentioned in the table below are available. Table 25. Parts and Tools for Fixing Cable Cover on CPE Outdoor Category Description Parts Cable cover 1 EA Fasteners M3 Screw...
  • Page 64: Figure 51. Installation Inspection Procedure

    Confidential Chapter 4 Inspect the Installation This chapter describes the procedures to check the installation status. The figure below depicts the overall procedure for inspecting the installation status. Figure 51. Installation Inspection Procedure Inspection Plan On-site Inspection Inspection Checklist Sharing Inspection Results Inspection Checklist/Corrective Actions Taking Corrective Actions Checking the Results of...
  • Page 65: Table 26. Construction Situation Checklist

    Confidential Chapter 4 Inspect the Installation On-site Inspection and Inspection Checklist The on-site inspection is to perform inspection visually or using instruments for each specification, standard, and installation status, based on the inspection checklist at the site where the system is installed. The inspector must record the results onto the inspection checklist during or after the field inspection.
  • Page 66 Confidential Chapter 4 Inspect the Installation Category Check Items Criteria Result Pass Fail Cabling Cable damage Proper installation route Compliance with the radius of curvature Cable binding status Binding status Binding interval Checking binding materials Cable connection Assembly condition of a pressure terminal Fastening condition of a pressure terminal...
  • Page 67 Confidential Appendix A Acronyms Alternating Current Customer Premises Equipment Direct Current Electromagnetic Compatibility Main Ground Bar Power over Ethernet Return SEMS pre-asSEMbled washers and screws Subscriber Identity Module Unshielded Twisted Pair 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual v1.0 Copyright © 2018, All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 68: Table 27. Standard Torque Value For Fastening Bolts

    Confidential Appendix B Standard Torque When an operator fastens the bolt, use the standard torque values provided in the tables below to prevent the equipment and bolt from damage and secure by fastening. When the torque value for each connection part is defined already, use the defined value.
  • Page 69 310 5G CPE Outdoor Installation Manual Document Version 1.0 © 2018 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.

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