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SCt300 1X BTS Hardware
Installation, ATP, and FRU
Procedures
English
JAN 2002
68P09253A43–1
Software Release 2.16.0.x (1.9 GHz)
DRAFT
SCt300
CDMA 2000 1X

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  • Page 1 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures Software Release 2.16.0.x (1.9 GHz) SCt300 CDMA 2000 1X DRAFT English JAN 2002 68P09253A43–1...
  • Page 2 Inc. reserves the right to make changes to any products described herein and reserves the right to revise this document and to make changes from time to time in content hereof with no obligation to notify any person of revisions or changes. Motorola, Inc. does not assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product, software, or circuit described herein;...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures Software Release 2.16.0.x (1.9 GHz) List of Figures ........... List of Tables .
  • Page 4 Table of Contents – continued Chapter 4: Preparing Site Cabling for Sites Equipped with Customer–Supplied Site I/O Interface Cabling Overview ..........Cable Descriptions .
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents – continued AC Power Cabling ..........6-23 DC Power Cabling .
  • Page 6 Table of Contents – continued Shut Down & Restoring BTS Signaling ....... Site I/O Junction Box Replacement Procedure .
  • Page 7: Sct300 1X Bts Hardware Installation, Atp, And Fru Procedures

    List of Figures SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures Software Release 2.16.0.x (1.9 GHz) Figure 1-1: MicroCell Unit Mounted on a Wall ......Figure 1-2: Primary Surge Suppressor Mounted on a Wall .
  • Page 8 List of Figures – continued Figure 2-7: Concept of Functionality Clearances for MicroCell Units (V–Style Solar Cover) ....... 2-13 Figure 3-1: Holes to Use to Mount the Bracket to the Wall .
  • Page 9 List of Figures – continued Figure 5-7: DC Input Cable Connector Information ..... 5-10 Figure 5-8: Primary Surge Suppressor AC Input Power Connection Locations 5-12 Figure 5-9: Antenna Cabling Details .
  • Page 10 List of Figures – continued Figure 6-16: DC Power Cabling Details ....... 6-26 Figure 6-17: Antenna Cabling Details for One MicroCell Unit .
  • Page 11 Figure 7-27: Performing Agilent E4406A Self–alignment (Calibration) ..7-54 Figure 7-28: Cable Calibration Test Setup (Motorola CyberTest, HP 8935, HP 8921, and Advantest R3465) ..7-63 Figure 7-29: Cable Calibration Test Setup (Advantest R3267 and Agilent E4406A) .
  • Page 12 List of Tables SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures Software Release 2.16.0.x (1.9 GHz) MPE Limits ........... . . Table 1-1: Required Tools and Materials for Pole Mounting .
  • Page 13 List of Tables – continued Table 4-8: MicroCell Expansion Kit for Units 3 to 4 Current 2m MIBs A and C – T448H ....... . . Table 4-9: MicroCell Expansion Kit for Units 3 to 4 Longer 5M MIBs A and C –...
  • Page 14 List of Tables – continued Table 5-7: Procedure to Install the AC Input Cable(s) on a BTS Equipped with Optional Primary Surge Suppressor ....5-11 Table 5-8: Procedure to Install the DC Input Cable(s) on a BTS Equipped with Optional Primary Surge Suppressor...
  • Page 15 List of Tables – continued Table 6-16: Required Cables for AC Input Power Cabling ....6-23 Table 6-17: Procedure to Connect AC Power Cable to the Unit .
  • Page 16 ............7-40 Table 7-22: Verify and/or Change Motorola CyberTest GPIB Address ..
  • Page 17 List of Tables – continued Table 7-45: Procedure to Run TX ATP Test ......7-78 Table 7-46: Procedure to Run TX Test Using Backup Synchronization .
  • Page 18 This manual is not intended to replace the system and equipment training offered by Motorola, although it can be used to supplement or enhance the knowledge gained through such training. Text conventions The following special paragraphs are used in this manual to point out information that must be read.
  • Page 19 Technical Education & Documentation (TED) maintains a customer database that reflects the type and number of manuals ordered or shipped since the original delivery of your Motorola equipment. Also identified in this database is a “key” individual (such as Documentation Coordinator or Facility Librarian) designated to receive manual updates from TED as they are released.
  • Page 20 Foreword – continued Reporting manual errors In the event that you locate an error or identify a deficiency in your manual, please take time to write to us at the address above. Be sure to include your name and address, the complete manual title and part number (located on the manual spine, cover, or title page), the page number (found at the bottom of each page) where the error is located, and any comments you may have regarding what you have found.
  • Page 21: General Safety

    Failure to comply with these precautions or with specific warnings elsewhere in this manual violates safety standards of design, manufacture, and intended use of the equipment. Motorola, Inc. assumes no liability for the customer’s failure to comply with these requirements.
  • Page 22 Because of the danger of introducing additional hazards, do not install substitute parts or perform any unauthorized modification of equipment. Contact Motorola Warranty and Repair for service and repair to ensure that safety features are maintained. Dangerous procedure...
  • Page 23: Fcc Requirements

    Your BTS is shipped with one of two different warning labels depending upon the frequency: 800 MHz – Motorola Part Number 5488229C09 (1 m label) 1.9 GHz – Motorola Part Number 5488229C10 (0.5 m label) You must affix the label to a visible surface near the antenna for all indoor antenna mounting applications.
  • Page 24 (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Part 15.21 – Information to User Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola could void your authority to operate the equipment. Part 15.105(b) – Information to User This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 25 You should not attempt to repair this equipment yourself. This equipment contains no customer or user–serviceable parts. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola could void your authority to operate this equipment. xxiii...
  • Page 26: Revision History

    Revision History Manual Number 68P09253A43 Manual Title SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures Software Release 2.16.0.x (1.9 GHz) Version Information The following table lists the manual version, date of version, and remarks on the version. Version Date of Issue Remarks Level JAN 2002...
  • Page 27: Patent Notification

    Patent Notification Patent numbers This product is manufactured and/or operated under one or more of the following patents and other patents pending: 4128740 4661790 4860281 5036515 5119508 5204876 5247544 5301353 4193036 4667172 4866710 5036531 5121414 5204977 5251233 5301365 4237534 4672657 4870686 5038399 5123014 5207491 5255292 5303240 4268722 4694484 4872204 5040127 5127040 5210771 5257398 5303289 4282493 4696027 4873683 5041699 5127100 5212815 5259021 5303407 4301531 4704734 4876740 5047762 5128959 5212826 5261119 5305468...
  • Page 28 Patent Notification – continued Notes xxvi JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 29: Chapter 1: Introduction

    Chapter 1: Introduction Table of Contents Introduction ........... . . Scope of This Document .
  • Page 30 Table of Contents – continued Notes JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 31: Introduction

    A site that contains one or more SCt300 units will be referred to as the “Logical BTS” or “Multi–Unit BTS” for the remainder of this document. For detailed installation information of non-Motorola equipment, refer to the vendor manuals provided with such equipment. Manual Order The installation order is the order of the manual starting at Chapter 1 and continuing through Chapter 5.
  • Page 32: Site Cleanliness

    Introduction – continued Chapter 7 “Acceptance Test Procedures (Optional)” – This chapter outlines the ATP used for a field audit after a BTS initial installation, if necessary. Chapter 8 “Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) Procedures” – This chapter provides the FRU procedures for the BTS system. Appendix A “Outdoor Grounding Guidelines Overview”...
  • Page 33: Configurations

    Introduction – continued Configurations The MicroCell supports single–carrier, omni configurations. The cover configurations for the MicroCell and Primary Surge Suppressor are: Use solar covers on the Microcell and optional Primary Surge Suppressor for all outside mounting applications. Use fin covers on the Microcell for indoor applications. The Primary Surge Suppressor uses solar covers only.
  • Page 34 Introduction – continued Figure 1-1: MicroCell Unit Mounted on a Wall SYSTEM CABLING IS NOT SHOWN. FIN AND SOLAR COVERS REMOVED FOR CLARITY. JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 35 Introduction – continued Figure 1-2: Primary Surge Suppressor Mounted on a Wall SYSTEM CABLING IS NOT SHOWN. SOLAR COVERS REMOVED FOR CLARITY. JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 36 Introduction – continued Figure 1-3: MicroCell Unit Mounted on a Rack SYSTEM CABLING IS NOT SHOWN. FIN AND SOLAR COVERS REMOVED FOR CLARITY. JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 37 Introduction – continued Figure 1-4: Primary Surge Suppressor Mounted on a Rack SYSTEM CABLING IS NOT SHOWN. FIN AND SOLAR COVERS REMOVED FOR CLARITY. JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 38 Introduction – continued Figure 1-5: MicroCell Unit Mounted on a Pole BACK SOLAR COVER SYSTEM CABLING IS NOT SHOWN. FRONT SOLAR COVER IS REMOVED FOR CLARITY. JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 39 Introduction – continued Figure 1-6: Primary Surge Suppressor Mounted on a Pole BACK SOLAR COVER SYSTEM CABLING IS NOT SHOWN. FRONT SOLAR COVER IS REMOVED FOR CLARITY. JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 40: Required Documents

    SCt300 BTS Hardware Installation, ATP and FRU – 68P09224A55 (This manual) Grounding Guidelines for Cellular Radio Installations – 68P81150E62. CDMA LMF Operator’s Guide – 68P64114A78. Site Document (generated by Motorola Systems Engineering), which includes: – site specific documentation – channel allocation – contact list (customer) –...
  • Page 41: Installation Tools And Materials

    Also, for each procedure, a tools and materials list is provided within the procedure. Motorola kit T393AA is available for most installation styles and methods. Motorola kit T393AA contains: Torque driver wrench, 1/4–in. hex female drive, 0–10 N–m T20 Torx Tamper Bit, 1/4–in.
  • Page 42: Installation Tools And Materials

    Installation Tools and Materials – continued Required Tools and Materials for Installing the Mounting Bracket on a Rack The following tools and materials in Table 1-2 are required to properly and safely install the mounting bracket on a rack. Table 1-2: Required Tools and Materials for Rack Mounting Hand Tools Materials Power Tools...
  • Page 43: Atp Tools And Materials

    ATP Tools and Materials Policy To ensure consistent, reliable and repeatable test results, test equipment meeting the following technical criteria should be used to perform the ATP on the BTS equipment. NOTE During manual testing, you can substitute supported test equipment with other test equipment models not supported by the LMF.
  • Page 44: Atp Tools And Materials

    If 800 x 600 pixel resolution is used, the CDMA LMF window must be maximized after it is displayed. RS232 to GPIB Interface One National Instruments GPIB–232–CT with Motorola CGDSEDN04X RS232 serial cable or equivalent; used to interface the LMF to the test equipment.
  • Page 45 ATP Tools and Materials – continued Communications Test Set This procedure requires one of the following test sets: Motorola CyberTest Advantest R3465 and HP 437B or Gigatronics 8541C Power Meter Hewlett–Packard HP 8935 Hewlett–Packard HP8921 (w/CDMA and PCS interface for 1.7/1.9 GHz) and HP 437B or Gigatronics Power Meter.
  • Page 46: Optional Equipment

    ATP Tools and Materials – continued Male BNC to male cable One male BNC to male cable. This cable connects the 2 Second Reference to the external trigger of the Communication Test Set. Male BNC to Male SMA cable Two male BNC to male SMA cables. These cables are is used to connect the BTS 19.6608 MHz and 2 Second Reference to the Communication Test Set.
  • Page 47 Span line (T1/E1) verification equipment As required for local application. RF test cable (if not provided with test equipment) Motorola model TKN8231A. Used to connect test equipment to the BTS during ATP or general troubleshooting procedures. Oscilloscope Tektronics model 2445 or equivalent. Used for waveform viewing, timing and measurements during general troubleshooting procedures.
  • Page 48: Fru Tools And Materials

    FRU Tools and Materials Introduction The following is a list of the FRUs for the Microcell unit and a list of the tools and materials necessary to perform the FRU installation and removal procedures: List of FRUs The following is a list of FRUs for the unit: 1.
  • Page 49: Unit Identification

    Unit Identification Overview Figure 1-7 through Figure 1-19 show the various components of the SCt300 MicroCell system. Figure 1-7: MicroCell Unit 1-19 JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 50 Unit Identification – continued Figure 1-8: Site I/O Junction Box and Cable Figure 1-9: Subscriber Unit (SU) and Cable 1-20 JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 51 Unit Identification – continued Figure 1-10: Primary Surge Suppressor (Optional) Figure 1-11: AC Installation Box (Optional) 1-21 JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 52 Unit Identification – continued Figure 1-12: Mounting Bracket for both MicroCell and Primary Surge Suppressor Figure 1-13: Adapters for Rack Mounting 1-22 JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 53 Unit Identification – continued Figure 1-14: Adapters for Pole Mounting BUCKLESTRAP CHANNEL CLAMP UPPER CHANNEL SEE DETAIL A EXTRUSION CHANNEL CLAMP LOWER CHANNEL EXTRUSION DETAIL A SEE DETAIL A BUCKLESTRAP CHANNEL EXTRUSION CHANNEL CLAMP 1-23 JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 54 Unit Identification – continued Figure 1-15: Installation Handles for Lifting Unit (Optional) Figure 1-16: Short Duration Battery (Optional) 1-24 JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 55 Unit Identification – continued Figure 1-17: Front and Back Fin Covers BACK COVER FRONT COVER Figure 1-18: Front and Back Solar Covers for MicroCell FRONT COVER BACK COVER 1-25 JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 56 Unit Identification – continued Figure 1-19: Front and Back Solar Covers for Surge Suppressor FRONT COVER BACK COVER 1-26 JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 57: Installation And Atp Order

    Installation and ATP Order Installation Order The pieces of the MicroCell and Primary Surge Suppressor units should be installed in the following order. 1. Unpack and inspect hardware 2. Install mounting hardware and bracket(s) 3. Install back solar cover to mounting bracket (required for outdoor installations and optional for indoor applications if fin covers will not be used).
  • Page 58 Installation and ATP Order – continued 11. Test equipment setup (test set calibration/GPIB address & clock setup) 12. Test equipment selection 13. Power meter calibration 14. Test cable calibration 15. Create CAL file 16. RF path audit 17. TX and RX acceptance tests 18.
  • Page 59: Chapter 2: Site Preparation

    Chapter 2: Site Preparation Table of Contents Site Preparation Overview ......... Overview .
  • Page 60 Table of Contents – continued Notes JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 61: Site Preparation Overview

    Site Preparation Overview Overview This chapter provides the procedures and information to verify that the site is ready to have the equipment installed. It also provides procedures to ensure the safety of the installation personnel, protect the equipment from damage, and verify the site layout parameters. External Installation Versus Internal Installation The MicroCell system can be installed outdoors (external) or indoors...
  • Page 62: Site Inspections

    Inspect the site to verify that the necessary equipment has been properly installed. Also, as part of the inspection, verify that the equipment is adequate to support the Motorola equipment. Not all inspections may apply to every site. The site characteristics determine which inspections apply.
  • Page 63: Site Inspections

    Site Inspections – continued Structural Inspections and Verifications Wall loading capacity Verify with the site manager that the wall loading capacity has been previously checked by a qualified Civil Engineer and meets the specifications stated in the site-specific documentation. Pole loading capacity Verify with the site manager that the pole loading capacity has been previously checked and meets the specifications stated in the site-specific documentation.
  • Page 64 Site Inspections – continued fighting conditions are severe, wear full protective clothing, including helmet, self–contained, positive pressure or pressure demand breathing apparatus, bunker coat and pants, bands around arms, waist and legs, face mask, and protective covering for exposed areas of the head. Product disposal IMPORTANT The cooling system of the SCt300 BTS product contains...
  • Page 65: Environmental Inspections (Indoor Only)

    The interface of the alarms to the Motorola equipment will be part of the cell site equipment installation. Environmental Inspections (Indoor Only) Temperature control Verify with the site manager that the cell site building has been previously checked for the ability to maintain a temperature range as specified by Motorola.
  • Page 66: Prepare Site For The Arrival Of The Equipment

    Prepare Site for the Arrival of the Equipment Description This information covers various topics not all of which are needed at every site. Based on the site characteristics execute the steps that apply to your site. Before installing the equipment, do the following to ensure the safety of installation personnel and to protect the equipment.
  • Page 67: Prepare Site For The Arrival Of The Equipment

    Prepare Site for the Arrival of the Equipment – continued Procedure to Prepare the Site for the Equipment Table 2-1: Procedure to Prepare the Site for the BTS Step Action If some type of protective padding is available install it around any existing equipment at the site that could be damaged during installation of the units.
  • Page 68: Dimensions And Clearances

    Dimensions and Clearances Overview This information covers the dimensions and clearances associated with the MicroCell and Primary Surge Suppressor units. Dimensions and Clearances Table 2-2, Table 2-3, Figure 2-2 through Figure 2–7 show the installed dimensions and recommended clearances for each item. Table 2-2: Installation Dimensions for the MicroCell and Primary Surge Suppressor Units Item Height...
  • Page 69: Dimensions And Clearances

    Dimensions and Clearances – continued Table 2-4 Minimum Clearances for Surge Suppressor Vertical Mounting Item Front Back Left Right Bottom Installation and 600 mm 200 mm 200 mm Maintenance 23.62 in. 7.87 in. 7.87 in. Requirements Functional 100 mm 100 mm Requirements 3.93 in.
  • Page 70: Dimensions And Clearances

    Dimensions and Clearances – continued Unit Dimensions The unit dimensions are shown below in Figure 2-2. Figure 2-2: Overall Dimensions of MicroCell Unit and Primary Surge Suppressor MicroCell Unit Without Solar Cover With Solar Cover 450mm (17.71in.) 254 mm (10.01 in.) 730mm (28.76 in.) 590mm (23.22in.) 590 mm (23.25 in.)
  • Page 71: Unit Clearances

    Dimensions and Clearances – continued Unit Clearances The unit clearances are shown below in Figure 2-3 through Figure 2-7. Figure 2-3: Installation and Functional Clearances for MicroCell Units (Without Solar Covers) 50 mm air exhaust area 50 mm air intake area 600 mm from front of unit for FRU installation and removal 50 mm air intake area...
  • Page 72 Dimensions and Clearances – continued Figure 2-5: Installation and Functional Clearances for Primary Surge Suppressor (without Solar Covers) 600 mm from front of unit for unit installation and removal Figure 2-6: Installation and Functional Clearances for Primary Surge Suppressor (with Solar Covers) 600 mm from front of unit for FRU installation and removal 2-12 JAN 2002...
  • Page 73 Dimensions and Clearances – continued Figure 2-7: Concept of Functionality Clearances for MicroCell Units (V–Style Solar Cover) THIS ILLUSTRATION SHOWS THE CONCEPT OF HOW THE AREA ABOVE AND BELOW THE SCt300 BTS SHOULD BE AT LEAST 25% UNOBSTRUCTED. THERE IS NO BOX AROUND THE UNIT. BOX IS USED FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY 2-13 JAN 2002...
  • Page 74 Dimensions and Clearances – continued Notes 2-14 JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 75: Chapter 3: Installing Mounting Bracket And Remote Gps

    Chapter 3: Installing Mounting Bracket and Remote GPS Table of Contents Mounting Bracket Installation Overview ......Overview .
  • Page 76 Table of Contents – continued Notes JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 77: Mounting Bracket Installation Overview

    Mounting Bracket Installation Overview Overview This chapter provides the information and procedures to: Unpack the equipment and inspect for damage. Install rack or pole adapters. Install the mounting bracket on a wall, pole, or rack. Attach the unit and covers to the mounting bracket. Procedure Order The process of installing the mounting bracket and Remote GPS receiver requires that the following procedures be completed in the order shown.
  • Page 78: Unpacking The Equipment And Inspecting For Damage

    Unpacking the Equipment and Inspecting for Damage Objective The objective of this procedure is to unpack the equipment and inspect it for damage. How System is Packed A unit is shipped in two boxes. Box 1 contains site installation specific components and box 2 contains the unit itself.
  • Page 79: Unpacking The Equipment And Inspecting For Damage

    Unpacking the Equipment and Inspecting for Damage – continued Inspect items for: dents scratches bent pins in connectors squareness of bracket damage to heatsink fins isolating pads, washers on mounting bracket frayed cabling or chafed connectors JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 80: Attaching The Mounting Bracket To A Wall

    Attaching the Mounting Bracket to a Wall Objective The objective of this procedure is to attach the mounting bracket on a concrete wall. CAUTION For all applications always consult a licensed Civil Engineer to determine the exact (Zone 3 and/or Zone 4) compliance of your specific site.
  • Page 81: Attaching The Mounting Bracket To A Wall

    Attaching the Mounting Bracket to a Wall – continued Table 3-1: Required Tools and Materials for Concrete Wall Mounting Hand Tools Materials Power Tools T30 Torx tamper bit, 1/4–in hex metal shim material Hilti wall drilling rig Torque driver wrench, 1/4–in hex Hilti anchors (for each Hilti DCM 18–14 metric bit female drive, 0–10 N–M...
  • Page 82: Procedure To Secure The Mounting Bracket To A Wall

    Attaching the Mounting Bracket to a Wall – continued Table 3-2: Procedure to Drill Holes in the Wall for Mounting Bracket Installation Step Action Repeat steps 5 through 6 for each mounting hole. Proceed to the “Procedure to Secure the Mounting Bracket to a Wall”, Table 3-3. Procedure to Secure the Mounting Bracket to a Wall Refer to Figure 3-1 and Figure 3-2 and follow the procedure in Table 3-3...
  • Page 83: Mounting Bracket Hole Locations

    Attaching the Mounting Bracket to a Wall – continued Mounting Bracket Hole Locations Figure 3-1 and Figure 3-2 show the holes to use to attach the mounting bracket to a wall. Figure 3-1: Holes to Use to Mount the Bracket to the Wall HOLES FOR BRACKET MOUNTING JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures...
  • Page 84 Attaching the Mounting Bracket to a Wall – continued Figure 3-2: Securing Mounting Bracket to a Wall PLACE SCREW THROUGH HOLES BRACKET (FOR CLARITY, THE REST OF THE LAG SCREW CONCRETE ANCHOR BRACKET IS NOT SHOWN) É É É É É É (FROM TOP TO BOTTOM) LAG SCREW, AND PLASTIC SHOULDER WASHER...
  • Page 85: Attaching The Mounting Bracket To A Pole

    Hand Tools Materials Power Tools Safety Glasses MicroCell Mounting Kit No Power Tools Required Bucklestrap Cutting Tool (Motorola electrical tape part number 6604809N01) (customer supplied) T30 Torx tamper bit, 1/4–in. hex Torque driver wrench, 1/4–in. hex female drive, 0–10 N–M...
  • Page 86: Attaching The Mounting Bracket To A Pole

    Attaching the Mounting Bracket to a Pole – continued Procedure to Attach the Mounting Bracket to a Pole Follow the procedure in Table 3-5 to attach the mounting bracket to a pole. Table 3-5: Procedure to Attach the Mounting Bracket to a Pole Step Action Verify that the isolator pads are in place on the bracket.
  • Page 87 Attaching the Mounting Bracket to a Pole – continued Figure 3-3: Pole Adapter and Straps BUCKLESTRAP PART NUMBER 4209993S04 CHANNEL CLAMP PART NUMBER 4209992S01 UPPER CHANNEL EXTRUSION PART NUMBER 0709991S02 CHANNEL CLAMP PART NUMBER 4209992S01 BUCKLESTRAP CHANNEL LOWER CHANNEL EXTRUSION EXTRUSION CHANNEL CLAMP PART NUMBER 0709991S03...
  • Page 88 Attaching the Mounting Bracket to a Pole – continued Figure 3-4: Attaching Mounting Bracket to a Pole M6x19 SCREWS PART NUMBER 0387541C03 3-12 JAN 2002 SCt300 1X BTS Hardware Installation, ATP, and FRU Procedures DRAFT...
  • Page 89: Attaching The Mounting Bracket To A Rack

    Use two self–tapping machine screws (customer supplied) to attach the upper rack adapter (Motorola part number 0709994S01) to the rack. Use a T30 Torx tamper bit and two M6x19 screws to attach but do not tighten the lower rack adapter to the mounting bracket.
  • Page 90: Attaching The Mounting Bracket To A Rack

    Attaching the Mounting Bracket to a Rack – continued Figure 3-5: Attaching the Mounting Bracket to a Rack =MACHINE SCREW 12–24 5/8 IN. (CUSTOMER SUPPLIED) RACK ADAPTER PART NUMBER 0709994S01 MOUNTING BRACKET PART NUMBER 0709994S01 OR S02 M6 x19 SCREW (4) RACK ADAPTER PART NUMBER 0709994S01...
  • Page 91: Attaching Back Solar Cover To Mounting Bracket

    Attaching Back Solar Cover to Mounting Bracket Objective The objective of this procedure is to attach the back solar cover to the mounting bracket. When to Use the Cover Solar Covers are required in all outdoor applications Required Tools and Materials The following tools are required to attach the back solar cover to the mounting bracket.
  • Page 92: Remote Gps Head Installation

    Objective The objective of this procedure is to show how to install the Remote Global Positioning System (RGPS) head. Required Tools and Materials One RGPS Head (Motorola Part Number 0186012H03) is required to do this procedure. RGPS Mounting Considerations The RGPS Head requires specific mounting considerations in order to properly observe the GPS satellites.
  • Page 93: Remote Gps Head Installation

    Remote GPS Head Installation – continued The RGPS head is rated for ambient air temperatures from –40°C (–40°F) to 80°C (176°F), and has ratings for humidity, shock, waterproof, UV light resistance, vibrations, salt fog, ESD, EMI, and altitude. If you are designing a system to support a maximum of 12 daisy–chained BTS sites, the maximum cable length between the RGPS head and the first BTS is 600m (1968 ft.).
  • Page 94 Remote GPS Head Installation – continued Figure 3-7: Installing the Remote GPS Head VIEW A RGPS HEAD WITH 12 PIN MALE CONNECTOR RGPS HEAD (MOTOROLA PART NUMBER 0186012H03) MATING RGPS INTERFACE CONNECTORS CABLE WITH 12 PIN FEMALE CONNECTOR ON ONE END AND...
  • Page 95 ......Motorola Kits for Multi–Unit Logical BTS Installations ...
  • Page 96 Table of Contents – continued Pin and Signal Information for Site I/O Cabling ....4-20 Connecting Customer–Defined Inputs to the Site I/O Interface .