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SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE
7210 SERVICE ACCESS
SWITCH
SAS-R12 CHASSIS
INSTALLATION GUIDE
3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA
Edition: 06
June 2017
Nokia — Proprietary and confidential.
Use pursuant to applicable agreements..

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  • Page 1 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 7210 SERVICE ACCESS SWITCH SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA Edition: 06 June 2017 Nokia — Proprietary and confidential. Use pursuant to applicable agreements..
  • Page 2 © 2017 Nokia. All rights reserved. Contains proprietary/trade secret information which is the property of Nokia and must not be made available to, or copied or used by anyone outside Nokia without its written authorization. Not to be used or disclosed except in accordance with applicable agreements.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table of Contents Preface................13 About This Manual..............13 1.1.1 Warnings and Notes ..............13 1.1.2 Audience..................13 1.1.3 Symbols and Labels ..............14 1.1.4 Technical Support..............14 Mandatory Regulations ..........15 In This Chapter ................15 List of Terms................
  • Page 4 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.10.2 Material Content Compliance ............ 30 2.10.3 Altitude Limit ................30 2.11 South Korea Regulations............31 2.12 Japan/Nippon Requirements Only..........32 2.13 Safety and Compliance Agency Certifications......33 System Overview ............35 System Features ............... 35 System Architecture ..............
  • Page 5 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.4.2 Setting Exhaust Air Flow Direction ..........75 4.4.3 Rack Mounting the Switch ............77 4.4.3.1 General Instructions ..............77 4.4.3.2 Predetermine Chassis Position ..........78 4.4.3.3 Standard 19-Inch Rack.............. 79 4.4.3.4 ETSI 23-inch Rack..............80 Grounding the Chassis ..............
  • Page 6 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Field Replaceable Units ..........121 Air Filter ................... 122 8.1.1 Removing and Replacing the Air Filter ........122 SF/CPMs ................. 123 8.2.1 Warnings and Notes ..............123 8.2.2 Removing and Replacing SF/CPMs ........124 IMMs..................125 8.3.1 Warnings and Notes ..............
  • Page 7 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Parts List ..............159 12.1 Spare Parts and Accessories ..........159 Installation Site Assessment ........161 13.1 Geographical Location............. 161 13.2 Installation Site Type ............... 162 13.2.1 Room ..................162 13.2.2 Cabinet ..................163 13.3 Site Influences ................. 163 13.4 Site Assessment Checklists ............
  • Page 8 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA Edition: 06...
  • Page 9 Regulatory Symbols ..............21 Table 3 Safety and Compliance Agency Certifications ......33 System Overview ............35 Table 4 7210 SAS-R12 Front Panel Descriptions ........ 39 Table 5 SF/CPM Descriptions .............. 41 Table 6 DC PEM Features ..............45 Table 7 AC to DC Rectifier LEDs ............
  • Page 10 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Pin Assignments............141 Table 34 10/100 Mbs Management Ethernet Port—RJ-45 Female ..142 Table 35 1000 Mbs Management Ethernet Port—RJ-45 Female ..143 Table 36 BITS Port Pin Assignments ............ 144 Table 37 OMC Port Pin Assignments ........... 145 Table 38 Ethernet Port Pin Assignments—RJ Point Five Female ..
  • Page 11 AC Rectifier Shelf ..............88 Figure 34 Installing AC Rectifier in Shelf ..........89 Figure 35 Low-line Input Connections to 7210 SAS-R12 ......90 Figure 36 High-line Input Connections to 7210 SAS-R12 ......91 Figure 37 AC Rectifier Shelf Rear Panel ........... 92 Figure 38 AC Power Input Terminal Block..........
  • Page 12 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Figure 41 Installing the Bezel ..............97 Figure 42 Installing SF/CPM Module ............99 Figure 43 Installing an IMM ..............101 Transceivers..............103 Figure 44 Handling Transceivers with Locking Handle......106 Figure 45 Handling Transceivers with Bail ..........106 Configuring the System ..........
  • Page 13: Preface

    1.1 About This Manual This guide provides site preparation recommendations, step-by-step procedures to install the Nokia 7210 SAS-R12 chassis in 19-inch and European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) racks. In addition, it includes instructions on how to install, remove and replace all field-replaceable units (FRUs), such as the Control Processing Module/Switch Fabric (SF/CPM), Integrated Media Module (IMM), DC power entry module (PEM), Fan Tray and air filter.
  • Page 14: Symbols And Labels

    CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 1.1.4 Technical Support If you purchased a service agreement for your 7210 SAS-R12 and related products from a distributor or authorized reseller, contact the technical support staff for that distributor or reseller for assistance. If you purchased an Nokia service agreement,...
  • Page 15: List Of Terms

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Mandatory Regulations 2 Mandatory Regulations 2.1 In This Chapter The following sections describe the mandatory regulations that govern the installation and operation of the 7210 SAS-R12. • List of Terms, section 2.2 • General Requirements, section 2.3 •...
  • Page 16 Mandatory Regulations SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 1 List of Terms (Continued) Term Expansion CSA International Canadian Standards Association International DC-C Common DC Return DC-I Isolated DC Return European Economic Community Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic Interference European Standards Class 1 energy source Class 2 energy source Class 3 energy source ETSI...
  • Page 17: General Requirements

    2.3 General Requirements The sections that follow outline the mandatory regulations that govern the installation and operation of the 7210 SAS-R12. The information in this section also describes instructions and information related to overall conformance with the mandatory regulations. You must adhere to these instructions so that your system meets regulatory requirements.
  • Page 18: Anti-static Measures

    Mandatory Regulations SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.3.2 Anti-static Measures Figure 1 shows the ESD awareness label used on Alcatel-Lucent products to alert personnel to the presence of ESD-sensitive devices in the product. This icon and associated text provide special information relating to ESD-sensitive activities or situations.
  • Page 19: Grounding

    When a 7210 SAS-R12 chassis is properly installed in a grounded equipment rack, the rack provides ESD grounding for the chassis. Before a 7210 SAS-R12 chassis is installed, connect the ESD wrist strap to a grounded rack or other ground point. After...
  • Page 20: Tnv-2/es2

    Mandatory Regulations SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.3.3.2 TNV-2/ES2 The following interconnection points on all 7210 SAS-R12 chassis are TNV-2 or ES2 connections. • DC battery input (from 60 VDC up to 80 VDC) 2.3.4 Prevention of Access The 7210 SAS-R12 and 100W High Voltage Power Supply must be accessible only to authorized, trained service personnel.
  • Page 21: Emc Compliance

    Ethernet interfaces • Management (Ethernet) and Console ports 2.3.9 Regulatory Symbols The 7210 SAS-R12 uses various regulatory symbols, which may be used on product markings such as approvals labels. These symbols are described in IEC 60417 and shown in Table...
  • Page 22: Safety Approvals

    Mandatory Regulations SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 2 Regulatory Symbols (Continued) Symbol Meaning Description Caution This symbol indicates that caution should be taken when handling the equipment. Read operator’s This symbol indicates that the operator’s manual or card manual instructions should be read before continuing with an operation.
  • Page 23: Canada Regulations

    Mandatory Regulations 2.6 Canada Regulations This section describes the mandatory regulations that govern the installation and operation of the 7210 SAS-R12 in Canada. 2.6.1 Industry Canada Regulations ICES-003: Interference-Causing Equipment Standard - Information Technology Equipment (ITE) - Limits and methods of measurement Note: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Alcatel-Lucent could void the user’s authority, granted by Alcatel-Lucent’s certification by Industry Canada, to operate the...
  • Page 24: Emc Compliance

    These special accessories must be installed as per the instructions. 2.7 United States Regulations This section describes the mandatory regulations that govern the installation and operation of the 7210 SAS-R12 in the United States. 2.7.1 Federal Communications Commission FCC Part 15 Note: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Alcatel-Lucent could void the user’s authority, granted by Alcatel-Lucent’s certification by the FCC, to operate the...
  • Page 25: Nrtl

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Mandatory Regulations Note: 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 the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
  • Page 26: European Union Regulations

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.8 European Union Regulations This section describes the mandatory regulations that govern the installation and operation of the 7210 SAS-R12 in the European Union. 2.8.1 Declaration of Conformity Hereby, Alcatel-Lucent declares that the equipment documented in this publication is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 2014/35/EU, Directive 2014/30/EU, and Directive 2011/65/EU.
  • Page 27: Laser Interface

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Mandatory Regulations 2.8.5 Laser Interface The equipment uses laser devices that are rated in accordance with IEC 60825-1 as Class 1 devices. 2.8.6 Protective Earth Protective earth is referred to as chassis ground in this document. A green, or green and yellow, colored earth wire must be connected from the site equivalent of the mains earth connection to all shelves in accordance with IEE Wiring Regulations (16th edition).
  • Page 28: Material Content Compliance

    Alcatel-Lucent, or for more information regarding the requirements for recycling/disposal of product, please contact your Alcatel-Lucent Account Manager or Alcatel-Lucent Takeback Support at: http://company.nokia.com/en/our-activities/protecting-the-environment 2.8.8 Material Content Compliance European Union (EU) Directive 2011/65/EU, “Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment”...
  • Page 29: Australia/new Zealand Regulations

    7210 SAS-R12 in Australia and New Zealand. 2.9.1 ACMA Regulations The 7210 SAS-R12 complies with the ACMA requirements, and the product is marked with the RCM logo under the Supplier Code E762. This Class A digital apparatus complies with AS/NZS CISPR32 2.10 China Regulations...
  • Page 30: Material Content Compliance

    Mandatory Regulations SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.10.2 Material Content Compliance The People’s Republic of China Ministry of Information Industry has published a regulation (Order #39) and associated standards regarding restrictions on hazardous substances (China RoHS). The legislation requires all Electronic and Information Products (EIP) to comply with certain labeling and documentation requirements.
  • Page 31: South Korea Regulations

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Mandatory Regulations 2.11 South Korea Regulations The following EMC statement applies to the 7210 SAS-R12 chassis when deployed in South Korea. Class A Equipment (Broadcasting and Communication Equipment for Office Work) The seller and user will be notified that this equipment is suitable for electromagnetic equipment for office work (Class A) and it can be used outside the home.
  • Page 32: Japan/nippon Requirements Only

    Mandatory Regulations SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.12 Japan/Nippon Requirements Only This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Caution: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.
  • Page 33: Safety And Compliance Agency Certifications

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Mandatory Regulations 2.13 Safety and Compliance Agency Certifications Table 3 Safety and Compliance Agency Certifications Item Specification Safety CAN/CSA–C22.2 No 60950-1 ANSI/UL 60950-1 EN 60950-1 IEC 60950-1 FDA CDRH 21-CFR 1040 IEC/EN 60825-1 IEC/EN 60825-2 AS/NZS 60950.1 FCC Part 15 Class A ICES-003 Class A VCCI Class A...
  • Page 34 Mandatory Regulations SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 3 Safety and Compliance Agency Certifications (Continued) Item Specification Immunity EN 300 386 KCC Korea- Immunity (in accordance KN35) EN 55024 BT GS-7 ES 201 468 IEC CISPR 24 IEC 61000-6-2 Environmental ETSI EN 300 019-2-1 ETSI EN 300 019-2-2 ETSI EN 300 019-2-3 ETSI EN 300 753...
  • Page 35: System Overview

    6) is a service-aware IP MPLS-capable switch, suitable as an IP MPLS and Carrier Ethernet access aggregation platform. The 7210 SAS-R12 can aggregate 1G and 10G rings in access Ethernet networks. The platform supports full line-rate redundant switching capacity, as well as MPLS and MPLS-TP-based service transport.
  • Page 36: System Architecture

    System Overview SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3.2 System Architecture The 7210 SAS-R12 employs a wire-speed, non-blocking switching fabric that permits simultaneous wire-speed transport of multiple packets at low latency on all ports utilizing the following common components: • SF/CPM—a CPU for control-plane tasks paired with a switch fabric including control plane CPU, CPM packet processor, and switch fabric.
  • Page 37: Network Management Options

    It also includes a management agent that enables you to configure or monitor the switch using the CLI, or by using SNMP applications. To manage the 7210 SAS-R12, you can make a direct connection to the console ports on the SF/CPM (Figure...
  • Page 38: Hardware Description

    The 7210 SAS-R12 features two SF/CPMs, twelve IMMs, two DC PEMs, a fan tray, and an air filter; see Figure 6 Table Mounting brackets for the 7210 SAS-R12 chassis are installed to mount the unit in a recommended 19-inch equipment rack. Figure 6 7210 SAS-R12 Chassis Front View...
  • Page 39: Slot Allocation

    2 PEMs Fan tray and air filter (behind bezel) Bezel Ground terminal 3.4.1 Slot Allocation The slot allocation for the 7210 SAS-R12 is shown in Figure Figure 7 Slot Allocation Card Slots: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12...
  • Page 40: Sf/cpm

    The card slots for the SF/CPMs are located on the front of the chassis; see Figure 6 Table Figure 8 7210 SAS-R12 SF/CPM 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA Edition: 06...
  • Page 41: Management Port

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview Table 5 SF/CPM Descriptions Description Insertion/ejection lever Captive screws Reset button System LEDs Console port BITS timing port 1PPS timing output and 10 MHz timing output (reserved for future use) Management port OMC (optical management console) port OES1 (optical extension shelf) port (reserved for future use) USB port OES2 port (reserved for future use)
  • Page 42: Bits Port

    Table 36 for pin assignments. 3.4.2.4 OMC Port The 7210 SAS-R12 OMC port supports use and management of the 1830 VWM flexible CWDM clip-on device, see Figure 9.1830 VWM is a cost-optimized managed CWDM passive device, which is an add-on shelf/NE and provides CWDM extension to devices that do not have built-in CWDM capabilities.
  • Page 43: Usb Port

    It can be used to store accounting records, logs, and TiMOS images. It can also be used to boot the system. Please refer to the 7210 SAS-R12 release notes for detailed information on the supported compact flash storage devices supported on the 7210 SAS-R12.
  • Page 44: Ethernet Interfaces

    • DC PEMs, page 44 • AC to DC Rectifiers, page 46 3.4.3.1 DC PEMs The 7210 SAS-R12 chassis uses two redundant –48 Vdc PEMs for powering the system. For operating specifications, see section 9.2.2. Figure 10 DC PEM SAS_R12_007...
  • Page 45 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview Figure 11 DC PEM Features Table 6 DC PEM Features Description PEM captive screw RJ-45 EPM socket (I2C/PMBUS communication link to AC rectifier shelf—recommended cable length less than 10 feet, 3 meters; reserved for future use) DC power feed socket;...
  • Page 46: Ac To Dc Rectifiers

    AC-input power shelf. For the 7210 SAS-R12 chassis, four rectifiers are required with two for each feed if using 90-154 Vac input voltage. Two rectifiers are required with one for each feed if using 180-264 Vac input voltage.
  • Page 47: Figure 13 Ac Rectifier Shelf

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview Figure 13 AC Rectifier Shelf SAS_R_006 For the AC power shelf, when the AC input voltage is 180-264 Vac the maximum rated output power for each feed is 5000 W with two rectifiers. When the AC input voltage is 90-154 Vac, the maximum rated output power for each feed is 3000 W with two rectifiers.
  • Page 48: Table 7 Ac To Dc Rectifier Leds

    System Overview SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Figure 14 AC Rectifier LEDs SAS_R_004 Table 7 AC to DC Rectifier LEDs Condition LED Behavior Power LED (1) Fail LED (2) No AC power to rectifiers AC present / Standby output ON Green (blinking) DC output ON: status OK Green AC rectifier failure (includes over...
  • Page 49: Fan Tray

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview 3.4.4 Fan Tray A hot-swappable fan tray below the main card cage contains eight fans that provide cooling for the chassis; see Figure The fans are controlled by the system software, and their speed is set according to the environmental temperature surrounding the switch.
  • Page 50 System Overview SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 8 System and Port LED Behavior Condition Description Stat (status) Green Indicates that the SF/CPM is operationally up and administratively up Green (blinking) Indicates that the SF/CPM is booting up Indicates that the SF/CPM is operationally down but administratively up Unlit Indicates that the SF/CPM is shut down, or operationally and...
  • Page 51: System Buttons

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview Table 8 System and Port LED Behavior (Continued) Condition Description Green Indicates that the flash card is installed and operational Indicates that a flash card fault condition exists Unlit Indicates that a flash card is not installed OT (over Indicates that an over-temperature condition exists temperature)
  • Page 52: Imms

    System Overview SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3.4.7 IMMs The Integrated Media Module (IMM) slots are located on the front of the chassis. The 7210 SAS-R12 supports the following IMMs: • 16-Port 1GE RJ.5 IMMv2, section 3.4.7.1 • 11-Port 1GE SFP/22-Port 1GE CSFP IMMv2, section 3.4.7.2 •...
  • Page 53 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview Table 11 lists descriptions of the 16-Port 1GE RJ.5 IMMv2 LEDs. Table 11 16-Port 1GE RJ.5 IMMv2 LEDs Condition Description Status Green Indicates that the IMM is operationally up and administratively up Green (blinking) Indicates that the IMM is booting up or performing a self-test Indicates that the IMM is operationally down but administratively Red (blinking)
  • Page 54: 11-port 1ge Sfp/22-port 1ge Csfp Immv2

    System Overview SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3.4.7.2 11-Port 1GE SFP/22-Port 1GE CSFP IMMv2 The 11-port GE SFP/22-port CSFP GE IMMv2 (imm-sas-b) delivers 20 Gb/s (FD) slot performance. The card provides: • 22 physical GE ports using CSFP optical modules • 11 physical GE ports using SFP optical modules •...
  • Page 55 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview When a compact SFP (CSFP) is plugged into the slot, each SFP slot provides 2 x 1GE ports, giving a total of 22 x 1GE ports. Each SFP slot on the front panel represents two (2) ports and are numbered from 1 through 22, with the first SFP slot on the left having ports with number 1 and 2, the second SFP slot having ports with number 3 and 4, and so on.
  • Page 56 System Overview SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 13 11-Port 1GE SFP/22 -Port 1GE CSFP IMMv2 LEDs Condition Description SFP/CSFP Green Indicates that a valid communications link is ports established Green (blinking) Indicates that the port is active and receiving or transmitting data Amber Indicates that transceivers are installed and enabled but no link is present...
  • Page 57: 10-port 1ge Sfp + 1-port 10ge Sfp+ Immv2

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview 3.4.7.3 10-Port 1GE SFP + 1-Port 10GE SFP+ IMMv2 The combination 10-port GE plus 1-port 10 GigE IMMv2 (imm-sas-b) delivers 20 Gb/ s (FD) slot performance. The card provides 1 physical 10GE port using an SFP+ optical module plus 10 physical GE ports using SFP optical modules or 10 physical 10/100/1000BASE-TX ports using copper SFPs.
  • Page 58 System Overview SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 15 10-Port 1GE SFP + 1-Port 10GE SFP+ IMMv2 LEDs Condition Description Status Green Indicates that the IMM is operationally up and administratively up Green (blinking) Indicates that the IMM is booting up or performing a self-test Indicates that the IMM is operationally down but administratively Red (blinking) Indicates that the switch is doing the software upgrade that...
  • Page 59: 2-port 10ge Sfp+ Immv2

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview 3.4.7.4 2-Port 10GE SFP+ IMMv2 The 2-port 10GE IMMv2 (imm-sas-b) delivers 20 Gb/s (FD) slot performance. The card provides 2 physical 10GE ports using SFP+ optical modules. Figure 19 2-Port 10GE SFP+ IMMv2 al_0564 Table 16 2-Port 10GE SFP+ IMMv2 Descriptions Description...
  • Page 60 System Overview SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 17 2-Port 10GE SFP+ IMMv2 LEDs Condition Status Status Green Indicates that the IMM is operationally up and administratively up Green Indicates that the IMM is booting up or (blinking) performing a self-test Indicates that the IMM is operationally down but administratively up Red (blinking)
  • Page 61: 4-port 10ge Sfp+ Immv2

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview 3.4.7.5 4-Port 10GE SFP+ IMMv2 The 4-port 10GE IMMv2 (imm-sas-b) delivers 20 Gb/s (FD) slot performance. The card provides 4 physical 10GE ports using SFP+ optical modules. Figure 20 4-Port 10GE SFP+ IMMv2 al_0566 Table 18 4-Port 10GE SFP+ IMMv2 Descriptions Description...
  • Page 62 System Overview SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 19 4-Port 10GE SFP+ IMMv2 LEDs Condition Status Status Green Indicates that the IMM is operationally up and administratively up Green (blinking) Indicates that the IMM is booting up or performing a self-test Indicates that the IMM is operationally down but administratively up Red (blinking)
  • Page 63: 1-port 100ge Cfp4 Immv3

    The 1-port 100GE CFP4 IMMv3 (imm-sas-c) delivers 100Gb/s per slot performance. Note: • From release 7210 SAS 9.0R6, the 7210 SAS-R12 platform supports IMMv3 cards (imm-sas-c). • Before using IMMv3 (imm-sas-c) cards, you must configure the system for IMMv3 cards using the command: configure>...
  • Page 64 System Overview SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 21 lists descriptions of the 4-Port 10GE CFP4 IMMv3 LEDs. Table 21 1-Port 100GE CFP4 IMMv3 LEDs Condition Status Status Green Indicates that the IMM is operationally up and administratively up Green (blinking) Indicates that the IMM is booting up or performing a self-test Indicates that the IMM is operationally down but administratively up Red (blinking)
  • Page 65: Impedance Panels

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview 3.4.8 Impedance Panels Impedance panels are available for SF/CPM slots, IMM slots, and PEM slots; see Figure 22. If a slot is empty, an impedance panel must be installed to help control airflow, help confine electromagnetic interference, and for safety reasons. Remove panels only when replacing the panel with a card assembly.
  • Page 66: Site Preparation And Installation

    Installing IMMs, section 4.11 4.1 Site Preparation Each 7210 SAS-R12 supports up to twelve IMMs, two SF/CPM, and two DC PEMs. Each system is shipped with impedance panels installed in the component slots, rack-mounting brackets, and a console cable. Impedance panels are required in empty slots to ensure proper airflow path within the chassis, to control electromagnetic interference, and to prevent dust accumulation.
  • Page 67: Ethernet Cabling

    • Avoid installing copper cables close to strong electromagnetic fields generated by electric generators, elevator engines, or other similar heavy electric machines. • Make sure you only use SFPs that are supported by Nokia. 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA Edition: 06...
  • Page 68: Equipment Checklist

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation 4.1.3 Equipment Checklist After unpacking the chassis, check the contents to make sure all the components are present. Before installation, make sure you have all the necessary equipment. 4.2 Warnings and Notes Warning: •...
  • Page 69 • The chassis is intended to be located in a Central Office. • An empty 7210 SAS-R12 chassis weighs approximately 34.1 lbs (15.47 kg). A fully equipped chassis weighs approximately 64.9 lbs (17.74 kg). • Use a hand cart or mechanical lift to lift or move the switch.
  • Page 70: Equipment Rack Requirements

    Follow the equipment rack manufacturer’s instructions for proper rack installation. The equipment rack rail mounting holes must align with the mounting holes on the chassis mounting brackets. The 7210 SAS-R12 mounting brackets are factory installed for a front mount in a 19-inch rack.
  • Page 71: Rack Clearance Requirements

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.3.1 Rack Clearance Requirements Allow at least 3 in. (7.6 cm) clearance on the sides of the rack for proper airflow. Allow at least 12 in. (30.48 cm) in the front of the rack for maintenance access and component installation, removal, and replacement.
  • Page 72: Installing The Chassis

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation 4.4 Installing the Chassis This section describes site preparation and installation of the 7210 SAS-R12 and includes the following sections: • Preparing the Chassis for Installation, section 4.4.1 • Setting Exhaust Air Flow Direction, section 4.4.2 •...
  • Page 73: Figure 24 Temporary Plates

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Figure 24 Temporary Plates SAS_R12_031 Warning: Failure remove these plates could result in equipment damage. 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA Edition: 06...
  • Page 74: Setting Exhaust Air Flow Direction

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation 4.4.2 Setting Exhaust Air Flow Direction When the chassis is shipped from factory the cooling air flow is preset with air intake from the front of the chassis and exhaust air is at the rear of the chassis. However, the direction of the cooling air exhaust from the chassis can be changed from rear (default) to side exhaust air flow.
  • Page 75: Figure 26 Rear Exhaust-duct Cover Plates

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Step 2. Attach the cover plates to rear exhaust-duct; see Figure Figure 26 Rear Exhaust-duct Cover Plates SAS_R12_024 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA Edition: 06...
  • Page 76: Rack Mounting The Switch

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation 4.4.3 Rack Mounting the Switch This section describes how to rack-mount the 7210 SAS-R12 and includes the following sections: • Standard 19-Inch Rack, section 4.4.3.3 • ETSI 23-inch Rack, section 4.4.3.4 4.4.3.1...
  • Page 77: Predetermine Chassis Position

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.4.3.2 Predetermine Chassis Position To predetermine the position of the chassis in the rack, and to assist with installation, use two rack-mount screws temporarily installed in the rack or cabinet that function as a perch on which to place the chassis prior to securing the chassis to the rack or cabinet.
  • Page 78: Standard 19-inch Rack

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation 4.4.3.3 Standard 19-Inch Rack To rack-mount the chassis in a standard 19-inch equipment rack: Step 1. Install two rack-mount screws in the rack at a position that will locate the chassis at the desired placement when the rack-mount brackets rest on the two locater screws;...
  • Page 79: Etsi 23-inch Rack

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.4.3.4 ETSI 23-inch Rack To rack-mount the chassis in an ETSI 23-inch equipment rack: Step 1. Attach the ETSI rack-mount brackets to the chassis: a. Remove the standard 19-inch brackets; save the screws. b.
  • Page 80: Grounding The Chassis

    The 7210 SAS-R12 must be grounded via a copper ground conductor. The 7210 SAS-R12 utilizes a Burndy YAZV10-2TC14 grounding lug with a wire gauge of 10 AWG that is secured to the frame and EUT by screws tightened to a torque of 58 to 68 lbf-in (6.55 to 7.68 N·m).
  • Page 81: Making The Ground Connection

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE To ensure that the equipment is connected to earth ground, use the following instructions to prepare the ground wire and make the connection. The ground wire is not provided. The length of the ground wire depends on the location of the switch and proximity to the proper grounding facilities.
  • Page 82: Figure 29 Grounding Terminal

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation Figure 29 Grounding Terminal SAS_R12_030 The nuts are pre-installed on the studs for a Burndy YAZV10-2TC14 or compatible ground lug. The chassis is connected internally to 0 V. This circuit is connected to the grounding terminal.
  • Page 83: Connecting Power

    Note: • The 7210 SAS-R12 chassis supports two –48 Vdc PEMs. • To provide adequate circuit protection between the DC power feed and the switch, all intermediate wiring and circuitry should be rated to carry a load at least two times the maximum rating (950 W) for this switch.
  • Page 84: Figure 30 Installing A Dc Pem

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation Figure 30 Installing a DC PEM SAS_R12_019 Step 3. Tighten the captive screws to secure the PEM. Do not over-tighten. Step 4. Insert the provided DC input connector, as shown in Figure Edition: 06 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA...
  • Page 85: Figure 31 Inserting The Dc Input Connector

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Figure 31 Inserting the DC Input Connector SAS_R12_016 Step 5. Connect Vdc and RTN as indicated on the PEM front panel label, as shown Figure 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA Edition: 06...
  • Page 86: Figure 32 Connecting The Vdc Power Feed

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation Figure 32 Connecting the Vdc Power Feed -48V Pin + RTN Pin SAS_R12_017 Warning: If the power leads are plugged into the wrong holes, the power supply will not work properly and may damage the switch. Edition: 06 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA...
  • Page 87: Installing Ac To Dc Rectifiers

    3HE09432AA - PS 3000W Universal AC to DC Power Rectifier Module Figure 33 AC Rectifier Shelf SAS_R_006 For the 7210 SAS-R12, four AC to DC rectifiers are required. Each pair of rectifiers should be installed on a separate AC feed. 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA Edition: 06...
  • Page 88: Figure 34 Installing Ac Rectifier In Shelf

    Danger: All power to the equipment rack, cabinet, and feed lines should be disconnected at the supply circuit breaker or power bus before the installation. Step 1. Mount the AC rectifier shelf adjacent to the 7210 SAS-R12 chassis. Step 2. Insert AC to DC rectifiers in dedicated slots for separate AC feeds and...
  • Page 89 Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Figure 35 Low-line Input Connections to 7210 SAS-R12 SAS-R12 System (Pmax=2800W) Other Plug-Ins PEM-A PEM-B DC Input EPM (RJ-45) DC Input EPM (RJ-45) 7-8 AWG Straight Through 7-8 AWG Straight Through Cable...
  • Page 90 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation Figure 36 High-line Input Connections to 7210 SAS-R12 SAS-R12 System (Pmax=2800W) Other Plug-Ins PEM-A PEM-B DC Input EPM (RJ-45) DC Input EPM (RJ-45) 7-8 AWG Straight Through 7-8 AWG Straight Through Cable...
  • Page 91: Making Power Connections To The Ac Rectifier Shelf

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.6.2.1 Making Power Connections to the AC Rectifier Shelf Power connections are made at the rear panel of the AC rectifier shelf; see Figure Figure 37 AC Rectifier Shelf Rear Panel Feed A Feed B SAS_R12_012 Table 23...
  • Page 92 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation Figure 38 AC Power Input Terminal Block SAS_R_011 Table 24 AC Input Line Connection Definition Designation Identification Terminal Type Input Voltage Positive Ring Lug, #12 screw VINN Input Voltage Negative Ring Lug, #12 screw MGND Module Ground (chassis) Mounting Hardware...
  • Page 93: Powering On The Switch

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.6.3 Powering on the Switch Step 1. Connect the Vdc power feed using the Vdc input and RTN (return) lines to the power source. Color code the wiring according to local standards to ensure that the input power and ground lines can be easily distinguished.
  • Page 94: Installing The Fan Tray

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation 4.7 Installing the Fan Tray Step 1. Orient the fan tray horizontally with the grid facing up. Step 2. Align the fan tray with the chassis slot opening. Step 3. Slide the tray into the slot until the latches engage, as shown in Figure Step 4.
  • Page 95: Installing The Air Filter

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.8 Installing the Air Filter Step 1. Orient the air filter per the direction of the airflow arrows (metal honeycomb up). Step 2. Slide the air filter into the air filter slot. Figure 40 Installing the Air Filter SAS_R12_011...
  • Page 96: Installing The Bezel

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation 4.9 Installing the Bezel Step 1. Orient the bezel with the cool air intake ducts on the bottom. Step 2. Engage the bottom fixture of the bezel with the holder in the chassis. Step 3.
  • Page 97: Installing Sf/cpms

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.10 Installing SF/CPMs Warning: Impedance panels are required in all empty slots to ensure proper airflow path within the chassis, and to control electromagnetic interference. Note: • Each SF/CPM module has two ejector levers which seat and release the card from the backplane connectors.
  • Page 98: Figure 42 Installing Sf/cpm Module

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation Figure 42 Installing SF/CPM Module SAS_R12_020 Edition: 06 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA...
  • Page 99: Installing Imms

    Site Preparation and Installation SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.11 Installing IMMs Warning: Impedance panels are required in all empty slots to ensure proper airflow path within the chassis, and to control electromagnetic interference. Step 1. Remove the IMM from the packaging. Avoid touching board components and connector pins.
  • Page 100: Figure 43 Installing An Imm

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Site Preparation and Installation Figure 43 Installing an IMM SAS_R12_021 Edition: 06 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA...
  • Page 101: Transceivers

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Transceivers 5 Transceivers This chapter describes how to replace SFP, CSFP, and SFP+ transceivers on MDA ports that support these devices. • Warnings and Notes, section 5.1 • Installation Preparation, section 5.2 • Locking and Release Mechanisms, section 5.2.1 •...
  • Page 102: Warnings And Notes

    Transceivers SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 5.1 Warnings and Notes Danger: Fiber-optic equipment can emit laser or infrared light that can injure your eyes. Never look into an optical fiber or connector port. Always assume that fiber-optic cables are connected to a light source. Caution: •...
  • Page 103: Installation Preparation

    Blow dry the ferrule with compressed air and inspect for lint. Do not insert the compressed air nozzle into the receptacle when blowing out. 5.2.1 Locking and Release Mechanisms Nokia transceivers can use different lock and release methods. Possible lock and release mechanisms include: •...
  • Page 104: Handling Transceivers

    Transceivers SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 5.3 Handling Transceivers Figure 44 Handling Transceivers with Locking Handle 1 0 - S 1 - X S t a Insertion 1 0 - S 1 - X S t a Removal 7210_SAS_R_047 Figure 45 Handling Transceivers with Bail 1 0 - S 1 - X...
  • Page 105: Inserting Transceivers

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Transceivers 5.3.1 Inserting Transceivers Step 1. Remove the transceiver from its anti-static packaging. Step 2. Holding the transceiver by its sides, slide the unit into the port until it clicks into place. Step 3. Remove the plug from the transceiver optical bore when you are ready to attach a network cable.
  • Page 106: Configuring The System

    • Telnet Connection, section 6.1.2 6.1.1 Console Connection The Console port on the front of the 7210 SAS-R12 is an RJ-45 connector. To establish a console connection, you need the following: • An ASCII terminal or a PC running terminal emulation software set to the parameters shown in the table below •...
  • Page 107: Telnet Connection

    [primary|secondary] To configure the 7210 SAS-R12 for Telnet access, you need to have a device with Telnet software located on the same network. The 7210 SAS-R12 must have a management IP address. The IP address is manually configured.
  • Page 108: Running Telnet

    6.2 Initializing the System and Downloading Software The 7210 SAS-R12 does not ship with any images on the internal flash drive (cf1:\). It is shipped with a compact flash memory card (CF) that contain the images. The CF can be inserted into the external compact flash slot of the SF/CPM (cf2:\).
  • Page 109: Booting From External Compact Flash

    (bof.cfg), which points to the images shipped on the CF. Insert the CF shipped with the switch into the external compact flash device slot and power up the system. Note: Only the FAT32 file system is supported by the 7210 SAS-R12. FAT16 is not supported.
  • Page 110: Booting Using The Out-of-band Management Port

    6.2.3 Booting using the Out-of-Band Management Port You can use the out-of-band Ethernet management port (referred to as eth-mgmt port in the display output shown below) to boot the 7210 SAS-R12 from the network. The example below shows how this can be done.
  • Page 111: Booting From Usb

    User can boot the 7210 SAS-R12 using one of the recommended USB storage devices. User needs to first format the USB storage device, using a Windows PC, as a DOS file system (as a FAT32 file system). Now copy over the 7210 SAS-R12 release software package into the USB storage device.
  • Page 112: Restarting The Switch

    BOF correctly. 6.3 Restarting the Switch To reset the 7210 SAS-R12, use the following procedure: Step 1. Press and hold the Alarm Cut Off (ACO) button. Step 2. Press and hold the Reset button for a minimum of 10 seconds before releasing the Reset button.
  • Page 113: Ejecting Flash Cards

    Step 5. Remove the card and place it in an anti-static bag. Step 6. Lower the slot cover and tighten the locking screw. 6.5 Diagnostics 6.5.1 Post Installation Status After successfully installing and powering up the 7210 SAS-R12, ensure that the LEDs show the following state: • Crit: OFF •...
  • Page 114: Troubleshooting

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Troubleshooting 7 Troubleshooting This chapter describes troubleshooting methods and procedures. • Diagnosing Switch Indicators, section 7.1 • Power and Cooling Problems, section 7.2 • Installation, section 7.3 • In-Band Access, section 7.4 Edition: 06 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA...
  • Page 115: Diagnosing Switch Indicators

    Troubleshooting SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 7.1 Diagnosing Switch Indicators This switch can be easily monitored through panel indicators to identify problems. Table 26 describes common problems you may encounter and possible solutions. Table 26 Troubleshooting Symptom Possible Cause Action PS1 LED and/or PS2 LED are Off PEM may be defective Contact the appropriate technical and has failed.
  • Page 116: Table 26 Troubleshooting

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Troubleshooting Table 26 Troubleshooting (Continued) Symptom Possible Cause Action Link LED is Off and/or Network cable or • Verify that the switch and the Management LED is Off Ethernet device attached device are powered attached to this port may be defective.
  • Page 117: Power And Cooling Problems

    Troubleshooting SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 7.2 Power and Cooling Problems If the power indicator does not turn on when the power cord is plugged in, you may have a problem with your power outlet, power cord, or internal power supply. However, if the unit powers off after running for a while, check for loose power connections, power loss or surging at the power outlet, and verify that the fans on the unit are unobstructed and running prior to shutdown.
  • Page 118 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Field Replaceable Units 8 Field Replaceable Units This chapter provides information about field replaceable units (FRUs) in the 7210 SAS-R12 chassis. • Air Filter, section 8.1 • SF/CPMs, section 8.2 • IMMs, section 8.3 • Power Entry Modules, section 8.4 •...
  • Page 119: Air Filter

    Field Replaceable Units SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 8.1 Air Filter Nokia recommends inspecting the air filter on a monthly basis. If dirt and dust accumulation are found, replace the air filter. Note: • The air filter is accessible from the front of the chassis behind the bezel.
  • Page 120: Sf/cpms

    When you remove an SF/CPM, always use the ejector levers to make sure that the connector pins disconnect from the backplane. 7210 SAS-R12: • The 7210 SAS-R12 can accommodate two SF/CPMs; one active and one standby. • The SF/CPMs must be installed in slots SF/CPM A or SF/CPM B. Edition: 06...
  • Page 121: Removing And Replacing Sf/cpms

    Field Replaceable Units SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 8.2.2 Removing and Replacing SF/CPMs Step 1. If applicable, eject all compact flash cards from their slots. The compact flash LEDs displayed on the SF/CPM must be either unlit or blinking amber before ejecting the flash card. Step 2.
  • Page 122: Imms

    IMM, replace the empty slot with an impedance panel. 7210 SAS-R12: • From release 7210 SAS 9.0R6, the 7210 SAS-R12 platform supports IMMv3 cards (imm-sas-c). • Before using IMMv3 (imm-sas-c) cards, you must configure the system for IMMv3 cards using the command: configure>...
  • Page 123: Shutting Down And Modifying Card Configuration

    Field Replaceable Units SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 8.3.2 Shutting Down and Modifying Card Configuration Note: IMMs are hot swappable, but you cannot replace IMMs without affecting connectivity. Before deprovisioning the IMM, all the configuration (SAP, interface, Port, and so forth.) referring to the ports of this IMM and card configuration must be deconfigured. Shutdown and remove the IMM from the card configuration, and then shut down the IMM.
  • Page 124: Removing And Replacing Imms

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Field Replaceable Units 8.3.3 Removing and Replacing IMMs Step 1. Disconnect the cable connections to the card. Step 2. Loosen the captive screws. Step 3. Attach the IMM handle to the captive screws on the card. Step 4.
  • Page 125: Power Entry Modules

    Field Replaceable Units SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 8.4 Power Entry Modules This section covers: • Removing and Replacing DC PEMs, section 8.4.2 • Removing and Replacing AC to DC Rectifiers, section 8.4.3 8.4.1 Warnings and Notes Warning: • Only trained and qualified personnel should install or replace this equipment and connect the power cables.
  • Page 126 Always wear an ESD-preventive wrist or ankle strap and always connect an ESD strap to the grounding plug on the front of the chassis. • The 7210 SAS-R12 requires a minimum of one DC PEM to operate, but two are recommended for redundancy. •...
  • Page 127: Removing And Replacing Dc Pems

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 8.4.2 Removing and Replacing DC PEMs Note: If you are operating your 7210 SAS-R12 with redundant DC PEMs, you can remove and replace a single PEM without affecting system operation. Step 1. Turn off power feeds at the appropriate remote source.
  • Page 128: Removing And Replacing Ac To Dc Rectifiers

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Field Replaceable Units 8.4.3 Removing and Replacing AC to DC Rectifiers section 4.6.2. Figure 50 Replacing AC Rectifier SAS_R_007 Edition: 06 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA...
  • Page 129: Fan Tray

    Field Replaceable Units SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 8.5 Fan Tray 8.5.1 Warnings and Notes Warning: • Always keep your fingers away from rotating blades. • Verify that the fan blades have stopped rotating before removing the fan tray. Note: • Immediately replace the fan tray as soon as a failure is detected.
  • Page 130: Specifications

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Specifications 9 Specifications This appendix provides system specifications and safety and compliance information. • Physical Specifications, section 9.1 − Chassis Specifications, section 9.1.1 − Environmental Specifications, section 9.1.2 − Fan Tray Specifications, section 9.1.3 • Power Specifications, section 9.2 −...
  • Page 131: Physical Specifications

    Specifications SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 9.1 Physical Specifications 9.1.1 Chassis Specifications Table 27 Chassis Specifications Physical Dimensions Description Size: inches [mm] Height: 15.746 [399,95] Width: 18.999 [482,57] (19-inch EIA) 21.043 [534,49] (23-inch ETSI) Depth: 9.446 [239,93] 11.599 [294,61] + cable guide 13.634 [346,30] + cable guide &...
  • Page 132: Fan Tray Specifications

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Specifications 9.1.3 Fan Tray Specifications Table 29 Fan Tray Specifications Input Description Weight 9.05 lbs (4.10 kg) Size: inches [mm] Height: 2.866 [72,8] Width: 17.007 [431,98] Depth: 9.292 [236,02] Number of fans Air Flow (CFM) Edition: 06 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA...
  • Page 133: Power Specifications

    Specifications SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 9.2 Power Specifications 9.2.1 Chassis Power Specifications Dual input power redundancy, with current sharing and hot-swap. Table 30 Chassis Specifications Input Description Input voltage –40 to –72 Vdc Maximum power consumption 950 W (fully equipped) Typical power consumption 740 W (fully equipped) 9.2.2 PEM Specifications...
  • Page 134: Ac To Dc Rectifier Specifications

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Specifications 9.2.3 AC to DC Rectifier Specifications Table 32 AC to DC Rectifier Specifications Specification Description Maximum quantity per chassis Single AC to DC rectifier size: Height: 1.57 [39.88] inches [mm] Width: 4.20 [106,68] Depth: 13.10 [332,74] Single AC to DC rectifier 4.85 lbs (2.20kg) weight...
  • Page 135: Calculating Maximum Power Consumption

    The 7210 SAS-R12 has a voltage range of –40 to –70 Vdc. The lower the voltage, the higher the current. This is an important factor for planning and calculating the maximum power consumption of the 7210 SAS-R12.
  • Page 136: Table 33 Chassis Power Consumption

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Specifications Table 33 Chassis Power Consumption Component Watts Fan tray 30—typical case (40-45% speed) 150—worst case (80-85% speed) PEM (x2) 8—full SF/CPM 125—typical 150—worst case 11-port GE SFP/22-port CSFP GE IMMv2 25—idle 36—zero rate 42—typical 43—worst case 10-port GE 1-port plus10GigE IMMv2 30—idle 35—zero rate...
  • Page 137: Pin Assignments

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Pin Assignments 10 Pin Assignments This appendix contains pin assignments. • Management Port Pin Assignments, section 10.1 • BITS Cable Connector, section 10.2 • OMC Port, section 10.3 • RJ.5 Port, section 10.4 • Console Port Pin Assignment, section 10.5 Edition: 06 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA...
  • Page 138: Management Port Pin Assignments

    Pin Assignments SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 10.1 Management Port Pin Assignments Use shielded twisted-pair (STP) cable for RJ-45 connections and 100-ohm Category 3, 4, or 5 cable for 10 Mbps connections or 100-ohm Category 5 cable for 100 Mbps connections. Make sure that the length of any twisted-pair connection does not exceed 328 ft (100 m).
  • Page 139 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Pin Assignments Table 35 1000 Mbs Management Ethernet Port—RJ-45 Female Signal Direction Description TRD0+ Bidirectional Differential Bidirectional Data Positive TRD0– Bidirectional Differential Bidirectional Data Negative TRD1+ Bidirectional Differential Bidirectional Data Positive TRD2+ Bidirectional Differential Bidirectional Data Positive TRD2–...
  • Page 140: Bits Cable Connector

    Pin Assignments SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 10.2 BITS Cable Connector Table 36 lists the RJ-48 timing BITS (Building Integrated Timing Supply) clock connector pin assignments. Table 36 BITS Port Pin Assignments Signal Direction Description RXRING Input Receive Ring Signal RXTIP Input Receive Tip Signal —...
  • Page 141: Omc Port

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Pin Assignments 10.3 OMC Port Table 37 lists the Optical Management Console (OMC) port connector pin assignments. Table 37 OMC Port Pin Assignments Signal I2C_CK VC5V_OUT VC5V_OUT VC5V_OUT I2C _D Edition: 06 3HE 10320 AAAA TQZZA...
  • Page 142: Rj.5 Port

    Pin Assignments SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 10.4 RJ.5 Port Figure 51 shows the RJ.5 port pin orientation and Table 38 lists the RJ.5 port pin assignments. Figure 51 RJ.5 Connector Pin Orientation RJ.5 RJ5 RJ-5 25066 Table 38 Ethernet Port Pin Assignments—RJ Point Five Female Signal Description PoE and PoE+ Flow...
  • Page 143: Console Port Pin Assignment

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Pin Assignments 10.5 Console Port Pin Assignment The console port on the front panel of the SF/CPM is used to connect to the switch for out-of-band console configuration. This port has an RJ-45 connector. The on- board configuration program can be accessed from a terminal or a PC running a terminal emulation program.
  • Page 144: Alarm Interface

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Alarm Interface 11 Alarm Interface 11.1 Alarm Interface Port Connector The alarm interface port is a DB-15 connector that supports a critical alarm output, a major alarm output, and four alarm inputs. When your system has a critical or major alarm, the CPU will signal the alarm relay to issue the alarm output and turn on the critical or major LED.
  • Page 145: Alarm Interface Port Pin Assignments

    Alarm Interface SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 11.1.1 Alarm Interface Port Pin Assignments Please refer to 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12 OS Basic System Configuration Guide for more details on configuring the alarm inputs. Table 40 Alarm Interface Port Pin Assignments Name Function CRIT_ALARM_COM...
  • Page 146 1,2,9. These reflect the major and critical alarms output by the box and can be manually cleared by pressing the ACO button. Note: Nokia recommends that you use either the NO or NC option of the alarm output but not both.
  • Page 147: Figure 53 Alarm Inputs Using Db-15 Alarm Connector

    Alarm Interface SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Figure 53 Alarm Inputs Using DB-15 Alarm Connector 7210 SAS DB15 Pin 4 +24VDC – Chassis Ground External Alarm Relays Alarm On Other Equipment DB15 Alarm 1 Pin 8 + Alarm in 1 active Pin 15 - Pin 7 + Pin 14 -...
  • Page 148: Alarm Interface Y-connection

    7210_SAS_DC 11.1.1.1 Alarm Interface Y-connection Nokia recommends that there be independent external alarm circuitry for SF/CPM A and SF/CPM B that can be powered by the +24 Vdc source, which is provided on pin 4 of the DB-15 connector on SF/CPM A and SF/CPM B.
  • Page 149 Alarm Interface SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE If you cannot, or prefer not to duplicate the external circuitry, a Y-connection can be used to interface a single external alarm circuit to both SF/CPM A and SF/CPM B. This allows an alarm output event generated by either SF/CPM A or SF/CPM B to signal an event to the external alarm circuit, and an alarm input event to be detected by both SF/CPM A and SF/CPM B, regardless of which SF/CPM is active.
  • Page 150 SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Alarm Interface Figure 55 Alarm Inputs: Y-connection Power Supply Must be Floating or Isolated from Chassis Ground DC Power Supply 18-50 VDC @ 100 mA – SF/CPM A External Alarm Relays Alarm On Other Equipment DB15 Alarm 1 Pin 8 + Alarm in 1...
  • Page 151: Figure 56 Normally Open Alarm Outputs: Y-connection

    Alarm Interface SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Figure 56 Normally Open Alarm Outputs: Y-connection External SF/CPM A Alarm Alarm Circuit DB15 Critical Alarm Pin 2 Critical Alarm Critical Alarm Return Pin 1 Normally Open Major Alarm Pin 11 Relay Interface Major Alarm Major Alarm Return Pin 10 SF/CPM B...
  • Page 152: Alarm Monitoring Cli Commands

    Alarm Interface 11.1.1.2 Alarm Monitoring CLI Commands An example of the CLI commands to setup the alarm monitoring in the 7210 SAS-R12 is shown below. Please refer to 7210 SAS M, T, X, R6, R12 Router Configuration Guide. *A:M3>config>system# info ---------------------------------------------- #-------------------------------------------------- echo "System Configuration"...
  • Page 153 Alarm Interface SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE *A:M3>config>system# show alarm-contact-input all ===================================================================== Alarm Contact Input ===================================================================== Alarm Input Pin Number : 1 Alarm Input Pin Description : Door ALARM SENSOR Alarm Input Pin Current State : no-alarm Alarm Output Pin Used : Major Last State Change : 02/21/2011 16:02:02 Alarm Input Pin Number : 2 Alarm Input Pin Description : Chassis SENSOR...
  • Page 154: Parts List

    IMM - 7210 SAS-R-b 11SFP/22CSFP 3HE09156AA IMM - 7210 SAS-R-b 16TX 3HE10580AA IMM - 7210 SAS-R-c 100GB CFP4 3HE08159AA ACC – 7210 SAS-R12 IMM Impedance Panel 3HE10441AA ACC – 7210 SAS-R12 SF/CPM Imp Panel 3HE10439AA ACC – 7210 SAS-R12 PEM Impedance Panel 3HE09428AA FAN –...
  • Page 155: Installation Site Assessment

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installation Site Assessment 13 Installation Site Assessment Before installing equipment at a site, the characteristics of the site should be considered to determine whether they will adversely affect the reliability of the equipment. The following section discusses some of the site factors to consider prior to deploying equipment.
  • Page 156: Installation Site Type

    Installation Site Assessment SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 13.2 Installation Site Type The site must provide the appropriate environment for the installed equipment. This usually involves controlling ingress of contaminants and ensuring that humidity remains as low as possible. Installations are typically in a hut, parking garage, room, or cabinet. Installation in data centers or telecom centers do not usually have high pollution levels but could still have high humidity levels.
  • Page 157: Cabinet

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installation Site Assessment 13.2.2 Cabinet There are 3 major classifications of cabinets. • Direct Air Cooled (DAC) cabinets bring air into the cabinet to cool the equipment. DAC cabinets may or may not be filtered. Unfiltered air intake and exhaust is not recommended since issues will occur if unfiltered air is allowed into the cabinet.
  • Page 158: Site Assessment Checklists

    Installation Site Assessment SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Many areas are prone to flooding during rainy season or spring thaws, and it is important for the site to be located above typically anticipated flood levels, or to have sump pumps to keep the installation site dry. Drainage with a back flow preventer should be installed if the site has provision for water sources, such as cooling towers.
  • Page 159: Seasonal Influences

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installation Site Assessment 13.4.1 Seasonal Influences Is the installation site in an area with the potential to experience any of these seasonal influences? Table 42 Seasonal Influences Influence Hurricanes Cyclones Tidal or river flooding Recent volcanic activity Forest fires 13.4.2 Local Risk Factors Is the local surrounding environment of the installation site in proximity to possible...
  • Page 160 Installation Site Assessment SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 43 Local Risk Factors (Continued) Risk Factor Steel blast furnaces Steel electric furnaces Coke plants Pulp and paper manufacturing Chlorine plants Rubber manufacturing Paint manufacturing Aluminum manufacturing Ore smelting Tobacco smoke Battery manufacturing Mountains near a coastline High humidity regions Fossil fuel use, such as open fires used by locals for cooking or...
  • Page 161: Specific Characteristics Of The Installation Site

    SAS-R12 CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installation Site Assessment 13.4.3 Specific Characteristics of the Installation Site Does the installation site exhibit characteristics that may require upgrade or repair? Table 44 Specific Characteristics of the Installation Site Characteristic Is the installation site in a room that is part of the building HVAC system? Does the installation site have protection to prevent ingress of dust? Does the installation site have protection to prevent ingress of...
  • Page 162 Customer document and product support Customer documentation Customer Documentation Welcome Page Product manuals and documentation updates are available at Nokia.com. If you are a new user and require access to this service, please contact your Nokia sales representative. Technical Support...
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