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ND-46550 (E)
ISSUE 2
STOCK # 151944
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Remote PIM System Manual
SEPTEMBER, 1998
NEC America, Inc.

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  • Page 1 ND-46550 (E) ISSUE 2 STOCK # 151944 ® Remote PIM System Manual SEPTEMBER, 1998 NEC America, Inc.
  • Page 2 NEC America Inc. reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or features, at any time, without notice. NEC America Inc. has prepared this document for use by its em- ployees and customers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC America Inc. and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval from NEC America Inc.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ND-46550 (E) ISSUE 2 SEPTEMBER, 1998 NEAX2000 IVS Remote PIM System Manual TABLE OF CONTENTS Page LIST OF FIGURES............................. LIST OF TABLES............................... CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION ......................... OUTLINE OF THIS MANUAL ........................ REFERENCE MANUALS........................CHAPTER 2 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ....................SYSTEM OUTLINE..........................
  • Page 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONTINUED) Page 2.2.6 Mounting of Line/Trunk Card on Small Platform PIM..............2.2.7 Mounting of Line/Trunk Card on 1000 IVS PIM ................ 2.2.8 Mounting of Line/Trunk Card on PIM N - UB (64 port PIM) ............2.2.9 Power Failure Transfer (PFT) ....................Connection Between Main Site and Remote Site ..................
  • Page 5 LIST OF FIGURES Figure Title Page Remote PIM System Outline ......................System Configuration ......................... Time Slot Allocation ..........................Time Slot Allocation (Continued) ......................Static Electricity Guard ........................Static-Sensitive Attention Symbol....................... Installation Procedure for Main Site ....................Installation Procedure for Remote Site ....................PN-DAIA Card ............................
  • Page 6 LIST OF FIGURES (CONTINUED) Figure Title Page 3-33 Connection of 25-Pair Cable and PZ-8PFTA..................3-34 Mounting PZ-8PFTA Card to PIM....................... 3-35 PFT Connector Pin Assignment ......................3-36 MDF Cross Connection for PFT (PZ-8PFTA) ..................3-37 DTI Cable Connection via LTC Connector ..................3-38 Example of DTI Cable Connection via LTC Connector ..............
  • Page 7 LIST OF TABLES Table Title Page PIM Configuration ..........................Required Equipment ........................... System Capacity..........................Lamp Indications on PN-DAIA Card ....................Switch Settings on PN-DAIA Card ....................Switch Settings When Clock Signal Supplied From Master Office ............. Lamp Indications on PN-DAIC Card ....................Switch Settings on PN-DAIC Card .....................
  • Page 8 This page is for your notes. LIST OF TABLES ND-46550 (E) Page vi Revision 2.0...
  • Page 9: Chapter 1 Introduction

    1. OUTLINE OF THIS MANUAL This manual provides the system description and installation procedure for providing the Remote PIM System to the NEAX2000 IVS. 2. REFERENCE MANUALS Refer to the following manuals for additional information on equipment and programming installation: •...
  • Page 10 This page is for your notes. CHAPTER 1 ND-46550 (E) Page 2 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 11: Chapter 2 System Description

    The customers in the remote site can use the same service features as in the main site. Remote PIMs are connected to the main site by T1 (1.5 Mbps) digital interface. Figure 2-1 shows an outline of the Remote PIM System. OFFICE B (Remote Site) NEAX2000 IVS OFFICE A OFFICE C (Main Site) (Remote Site) OFFICE D...
  • Page 12: Pim Configuration

    2. PIM CONFIGURATION One PIM can be installed respectively as a remote site. A maximum of 3 remote sites can be provided. The number of remote sites determines the number of PIMs in one system. Table 2-1 shows the available PIM configuration for the Remote PIM System.
  • Page 13: System Configuration

    3. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Figure 2-2 shows the system configuration. Main Site Remote Site Remote PIM 1 23 B Channel DAIA 1 DAIB Line/TRK (FP1) 1 D Channel (FP1) 24 B Channel DAIC 1 DAIC 1 24 B Channel DAIC 2 DAIC 2 Remote PIM 2 23 B Channel...
  • Page 14: Required Equipment

    4. REQUIRED EQUIPMENT Table 2-2 shows the required equipment for establishing the Remote PIM System. Table 2-2 Required Equipment EQUIPMENT NAME DESCRIPTION SN1308 PIM P-A (PIM Q-UA) Port Interface Module for Small Platform System/Remote PIM system (remote site) A PIM provides 13 card slot for common control, Line/Trunk cards. It also houses a AC/DC power supply and optional batteries for protection from short-term power interruption.
  • Page 15 Table 2-2 Required Equipment (Continued) EQUIPMENT NAME DESCRIPTION PN-DAIC (DAIC Card) Digital Interface Channel Expansion Card. This card provides the 1.5Mbps (24 channel) digital interface. 1 through 6 DAIC cards can be provided at main site. In Remote PIM, 2 DAIC cards can be provided. Small Platform PIM: up to 64 line/trunks can be accommodated.
  • Page 16: System Capacity

    5. SYSTEM CAPACITY Table 2-3 shows the system capacity. Table 2-3 System Capacity CAPACITY MAIN PIM REMOTE PIM DESCRIPTION REMARKS SMALL 1000 IVS 2000 IVS PLATFORM (48 Port) (72 Port) Max. number of DAIA card Max. number of DAIB card Max.
  • Page 17: System Conditions

    For providing the Remote PIM System to the NEAX2000 IVS, observe the following conditions: The main site must be the NEAX2000 IVS. The Small Platform System cannot be the main site. The main site must be a medium platform (320 ports) or a large platform (512 ports). The small platform (72 ports) cannot be used.
  • Page 18: Time Slot Allocation

    7. TIME SLOT ALLOCATION One time slot of the last 24 time slots provided by the DAIA-DAIB connection is used for the control signaling channels. Figure 2-3 shows an example of time slot allocation when mounting 8 port cards to the Small Platform PIM.
  • Page 19: Time Slot Allocation (Continued)

    (3) When using 1 DAIA card, 1 DAIB card, and 4 DAIC cards Remote Site 00-23 24-47 48-63 Highway Channel • 23 time slots for Line/Trunks DAIC 0 DAIC 1 DAIB • 1 time slot for control signaling channel Note •...
  • Page 20 This page is for your notes. CHAPTER 2 ND-46550 (E) Page 12 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 21: Chapter 3 Installation

    CHAPTER 3 INSTALLATION 1. PRECAUTION IN HANDLING When handling cards, the installer must wear a grounded wrist strap to protect the circuit card from static electricity, and the installer must engage in the work on a grounded conductive work surface. Figure 3-1 illustrates the actions to take while handling circuit cards.
  • Page 22: Static-Sensitive Attention Symbol

    • When setting switches on circuit card CIRCUIT CARD Wear a wrist strap and perform work on a grounded conductive work surface. • When carrying circuit card CIRCUIT CONDUCTIVE CARD POLYETHYLENE When carrying a circuit card around, keep the card in a conductive polyethylene bag.
  • Page 23 CAUTION When plugging or unplugging the circuit card, always hold the circuit card by its edge. If you touch another area, you may be exposed to hazardous voltages. Never touch components or soldered surface with bare hands. CARD FRONT ND-46550 (E) CHAPTER 3 Page 15 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 24: Installation Procedure

    2. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE Install the Remote PIM System according to the following procedure. Figure 3-3 Figure 3-4 show the installation procedure for the main site and the remote site. START See Section 2.1.1 Switch Setting of DAIA Card See Section 2.1.2 Mounting of DAIA Card See Section 2.1.3 Switch Setting of DAIC Card...
  • Page 25: Installation Procedure For Remote Site

    START Unpacking* Marking and Drilling* Installation of Main Equipment Cable Running to MDF* Connection of Battery* Termination of Cables on MDF* See Section 2.2.1 Switch Setting of DAIB Card Connection between See Section 2.2.2 See Section 2.3 Mounting of DAIB Card Main Site and Remote Site See Section 2.1.3 Switch Setting of DAIC Card...
  • Page 26: Installation Procedure For Main Site

    2.1 Installation Procedure for Main Site 2.1.1 Switch Setting of DAIA Card Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors (see Figure 3-5) ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required SENSE LINK LOOP PCM1 PCM0 Figure 3-5 PN-DAIA Card CHAPTER 3 ND-46550 (E) Page 18 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 27 Lamp Indications (see Table 3-1) Table 3-1 Lamp Indications on PN-DAIA Card LAMP NAME COLOR FUNCTION Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. LINK Green Lights when a link between this card and a distant office is connected normally.
  • Page 28 Switch Settings Table 3-2, the figure in the SWITCH NAME column and the position in in the SETTING POSI- TION column indicate the standard setting of the switch. When the switch is not set as shown by the figure , the setting of the switch varies with the system concerned. Table 3-2 Switch Settings on PN-DAIA Card SWITCH SWITCH...
  • Page 29 Table 3-2 Switch Settings on PN-DAIA Card (Continued) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW2 (Dip SW) Control channel signaling data transmission speed: 48 Kbps Control channel signaling data transmission speed: 64 Kbps DTI frame configuration: 12-Multi Frame DTI frame configuration: 24-Multi Frame Line code: AMI with ZCS Line code: B8ZS...
  • Page 30 Table 3-2 Switch Settings on PN-DAIA Card (Continued) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW3 (Dip SW) Set equalizer according to cable length between system and CSU. SW-1 SW-2 SW-3 CABLE LENGTH 0 - 131.2 ft. (0 - 40 m) 131.2 - 262.5 ft.
  • Page 31: Mounting Of Daia Card

    2.1.2 Mounting of DAIA Card STEP 1: Set MB switch on the DAIA card to up position. ATTENTION STEP 2: Mount DAIA card in the AP slots (AP0-AP7) on the Main Site PIM0-PIM5. Contents Static Sensitive A maximum of three DAIA cards can be mounted. Figure 3-6 shows Handling...
  • Page 32: Switch Setting Of Daic Card

    2.1.3 Switch Setting of DAIC Card Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors (See Figure 3-7.) LINK LOOP TBUS RBUS Figure 3-7 PN-DAIC Card CHAPTER 3 ND-46550 (E) Page 24 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 33 Lamp Indications (SeeTable 3-4.) Table 3-4 Lamp Indications on PN-DAIC Card LAMP NAME COLOR FUNCTION Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. LINK Green Lights when the following connections are normal. • Control channel link between the DAIA card and DAIB card.
  • Page 34 Table 3-5 Switch Settings on PN-DAIC Card (Continued) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW2 (Dip SW) Not used DTI frame configuration: 12-Multi Frame DTI frame configuration: 24-Multi Frame Line code: AMI with ZCS Line code: B8ZS Not used Not used Not used Not used...
  • Page 35 Table 3-5 Switch Settings on PN-DAIC Card (Continued) SWITCH SETTING SWITCH NAME FUNCTION CHECK NUMBER POSITION SW3 (Dip SW) Set the equalizer according to the cable length between the system and the CSU. SW-1 SW-2 SW-3 CABLE LENGTH 0 - 131.2 ft (0 - 40 m) 131.2 - 262.5 ft.
  • Page 36: Mounting Of Daic Card

    2.1.4 Mounting of DAIC Card STEP 1: Set MB switch on the DAIC card to up position. ATTENTION STEP 2: Mount DAIC card in the AP slots (AP0-AP7) to the LT slot (LT09) Contents Static Sensitive on the Main Site PIM0-PIM5. Handling Precautions Required A maximum of six DAIC cards can be mounted.
  • Page 37: Bus Cable Connection

    2.1.5 BUS Cable Connection Cable connection between BUS Card and the DAIA Card Connect the DAIA card to the BUS card by the RMT PCM-0.3 CA and 17-TW-0.3 CONN CA-A, as shown in Figure 3-9. Up to three DAIA cards can be connected directly by a daisy chain connection on one PIM. If two or three Note: DAIA cards are mounted on one PIM, the 17-TW-0.3 CONN CA-A is required.
  • Page 38: Daia-Daic Cable Connection

    Cable Connection between DAIA Card and DAIC Card Connect the DAIC card to the DAIA card by the 48-TW-0.2 CONN CA, as shown in Figure 3-10. (1) 1-PIM Configuration : RMT PCM-0.3 CA • When mounting 1 DAIA card and 1 DAIC card : 17-TW-0.3 CONN CA-A : 48-TW-0.2 CONN CA DAIC...
  • Page 39: Daia-Daic Cable Connection (Continued)

    (2) Multiple PIM Configuration : RMT PCM-0.3 CA • When mounting 1 DAIA card and 2 DAIC cards on upper PIM : 48-TW-0.2 CONN CA DAIC DAIC DAIA : 48 TW-0.7 CONN CA LAST PIM TBUS PCM1 RBUS PCM0 PIM0 •...
  • Page 40: Daia-Daic Cable Connection (Continued)

    (2) Multiple PIM Configuration (continued) : RMT PCM-0.3 CA • When mounting 3 DAIA cards and 4 DAIC cards on 2 PIMs : 17-TW-0.3 CONN CA-A : 48-TW-0.2 CONN CA DAIC DAIC DAIA : 48 TW-0.7 CONN CA LAST PIM TBUS PCM1 RBUS...
  • Page 41: Daia-Daic Cable Connection (Continued)

    (2) Multiple PIM Configuration (continued) : RMT PCM-0.3 CA • When mounting 3 DAIA cards and 6 DAIC cards on last PIM : 17-TW-0.3 CONN CA-A : 48-TW-0.2 CONN CA : 48 TW-0.7 CONN CA DAIC DAIC DAIA DAIC DAIC DAIA DAIC DAIC DAIA...
  • Page 42: Installation Procedure For Remote Site

    2.2 Installation Procedure for Remote Site 2.2.1 Switch Setting of DAIB Card ATTENTION Location of Lamps, Switches, and Connectors (see Figure 3-14) Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required SENSE LINK LOOP Figure 3-14 PN-DAIB Card CHAPTER 3 ND-46550 (E) Page 34 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 43 Lamp Indications (see Table 3-6) Table 3-6 Lamp Indications on PN-DAIB Card LAMP NAME COLOR FUNCTION Green Flashes at 120 IPM while this card is operating normally. LINK Green Lights when a link between this card and a distant office is connected nor- mally.
  • Page 44 Switch Settings Table 3-7, the figure in the SWITCH NAME column and the position in in the SETTING POSI- TION column indicate the standard setting of the switch. When the switch is not set as shown by the figure , the setting of the switch varies with the system concerned. Table 3-7 Switch Settings on PN-DAIB Card SWITCH SWITCH...
  • Page 45 Table 3-7 Switch Settings on PN-DAIB Card (Continued) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW2 (Dip SW) Control channel signaling data transmission speed: 48 Kbps Control channel signaling data transmission speed: 64 Kbps DTI frame configuration: 12-Multi Frame DTI frame configuration: 24-Multi Frame Line code: AMI with ZCS Line code: B8ZS...
  • Page 46 Table 3-7 Switch Settings on PN-DAIB Card (Continued) SWITCH SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION CHECK NAME NUMBER POSITION SW3 (Dip SW) Set the equalizer according to the cable length between the system and the CSU. SW-1 SW-2 SW-3 CABLE LENGTH 0 - 131.2 ft. (0 - 40 m) 131.2 - 262.5 ft.
  • Page 47: Mounting Of Daib Card

    2.2.2 Mounting of DAIB Card STEP 1: Set MB switch on the DAIB card to up position. ATTENTION STEP 2: Mount DAIB card in the MP slot on the Remote PIM. Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 3: After mounting the card, set MB switch to down position. •...
  • Page 48: Mounting Location Of Daib Card (Continued)

    ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required • 1000 IVS Remote PIM DAIB CARD Figure 3-16 Mounting Location of DAIB Card (Continued) CHAPTER 3 ND-46550 (E) Page 40 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 49: Switch Setting Of Daic Card

    2.2.3 Switch Setting of DAIC Card Refer to Chapter Section 2.1.3. 2.2.4 Mounting of DAIC Card ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required STEP 1: Set MB switch on DAIC card to up position. STEP 2: Mount DAIC card in the AP slot on the Remote PIM. A maximum of two DAIC cards can be mounted.
  • Page 50: Mounting Location Of Daic Card (Remote Pim) (Continued)

    ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required • 1000 IVS Remote PIM DAIC CARD Figure 3-18 Mounting Location of DAIC Card (Remote PIM) (Continued) CHAPTER 3 ND-46550 (E) Page 42 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 51: Mounting Location Of Daic Card (Remote Pim) (Continued)

    ATTENTION Contents Static Sensitive Handling Precautions Required • PIM N - UB Remote PIM DAIC CARD Figure 3-19 Mounting Location of DAIC Card (Remote PIM) (Continued) ND-46550 (E) CHAPTER 3 Page 43 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 52: Bus Cable Connection

    2.2.5 BUS Cable Connection Connect the DAIB card to the DAIC card by the 48-TW-0.2 CONN CA, as shown in Figure 3-20. : 48-TW-0.2 CONN CA • When mounting 1 DAIC card DAIB DAIC TBUS RBUS • When mounting 2 DAIC cards DAIB DAIC DAIC...
  • Page 53: Mounting Of Line/Trunk Card On Small Platform Pim

    2.2.6 Mounting of Line/Trunk Card on Small Platform PIM Mount the Line/Trunk cards in the following slots on the Remote PIM. Connect the line cables referring to Figure 3-21 through Figure 3-23 Table 3-8. Remote PIM LTC1 LTC0 LTC2 LINE/TRUNK CARD FRONT *1 When providing only one DAIB card (Max.
  • Page 54: Location Of Each Len (Small Platform)

    • When opposite DAIA card is set to FP No.1: 0135 0143 0151 0159 0167 0175 0183 0191 0134 0142 0150 0158 0166 0174 0182 0190 0133 0141 0149 0157 0165 0173 0181 0189 0132 0140 0148 0156 0164 0172 0180 0188 0131...
  • Page 55: Ltc Connector Pin Arrangement (Small Platform)

    LTC0 (FP1) (FP2) (FP3) LTC1 (FP1) (FP2) (FP3) LEN0152 /0280 /0408 LEN0128 /0256 /0384 0153 /0281 /0409 0129 /0257 /0385 0154 /0282 /0410 0130 /0258 /0386 0155 /0283 /0411 0131 /0259 /0387 LT03 LT00 0156 /0284 /0412 0132 /0260 /0388 0157 /0285 /0413 0133 /0261 /0389 0158 /0286 /0414...
  • Page 56: Mounting Of Line/Trunk Card On 1000 Ivs Pim

    2.2.7 Mounting of Line/Trunk Card on 1000 IVS PIM Mount the Line/Trunk cards in the following slots on the Remote PIM. Connect the line cables referring to Figure 3-24 through Figure 3-26 Table 3-9. Remote PIM LTC1 LTC0 LINE/TRUNK CARD FRONT *1 When providing DAIB card only (Max.
  • Page 57: Location Of Each Len (1000 Ivs)

    • When opposite DAIA card is set to FP No.1: 0191 0135 0143 0151 0159 0167 0175 0190 0134 0142 0150 0158 0166 0174 0189 0133 0141 0149 0157 0165 0173 0188 0132 0140 0148 0156 0164 0172 0187 0131 0139 0147 0155...
  • Page 58: Ltc Connector Pin Arrangement (1000 Ivs)

    LTC1 (FP1) (FP2) (FP3) LTC0 (FP1) (FP2) (FP3) LEN0152 /0280 /0408 LEN0128 /0256 /0384 0153 /0281 /0409 0129 /0257 /0385 0154 /0282 /0410 0130 /0258 /0386 0155 /0283 /0411 0131 /0259 /0387 LT04/LT05 LT01 0156 /0284 /0412 0132 /0260 /0388 0157 /0285 /0413 0133 /0261 /0389 0158 /0286 /0414...
  • Page 59: Mounting Of Line/Trunk Card On Pim N - Ub (64 Port Pim)

    2.2.8 Mounting of Line/Trunk Card on PIM N - UB (64 port PIM) Mounting of Line/Trunk cards in the slots on the Remote PIM. Connect the line cables referring to Figure 3-27 through Figure 3-29 Table 3-10. Remote PIM LTC1 LTC0 LTC2 LINE/TRUNK...
  • Page 60: Location Of Each Len (Pim N_Ub)

    • When opposite DAIA card is set to FP No.1: 0131 0135 0139 0143 0147 0151 0155 0159 0193 0167 0171 0175 0179 0183 0187 0191 0130 0134 0138 0142 0146 0150 0154 0158 0162 0166 0170 0174 0178 0182 0186 0190 0129...
  • Page 61: Ltc Connector Pin Arrangement (Pim B - Ub)

    LTC1 (FP1) (FP2) (FP3) LTC0 (FP1) (FP2) (FP3) LEN0152 /0280 /0408 LEN0128 /0256 /0384 0153 /0281 /0409 0129 /0257 /0385 0154 /0282 /0410 0130 /0258 /0386 0155 /0283 /0411 0131 /0259 /0387 LT03 LT00 0156 /0284 /0412 0132 /0260 /0388 0157 /0285 /0413 0133 /0261 /0389 0158 /0286 /0414...
  • Page 62: Power Failure Transfer (Pft)

    2.2.9 Power Failure Transfer (PFT) The PN-AUCA card or the PZ-8PFTA card can be used as the PFT card at the remote site. When using PN-AUCA card • Figure 3-30 shows an outline of a PFT (PN-AUCA) connection. • Figure 3-31 shows the MDF cross connection for a PFT (PN-AUCA).
  • Page 63: Mdf Cross Connection For Pft (Pn-Auca)

    PIM0 LTC0 PN-4COT C.O.R0 Ring LEN0000 (No. 0) C.O. LINE C.O.T0 Ring C.O.R1 LEN0001 (No. 1) C.O. LINE C.O.T1 LT00 PN-AUCA 4Q-TW-0.3 CONN CA Ring Sta. R0 LEN0004 (No. 0) STATION Sta. T0 Ring Sta. R1 LEN0005 (No. 1) STATION Sta.
  • Page 64: Pft (Pz-8Pfta) Connection Outline

    LTC0 (J) C.O.T0 LEN0000 C.O.T0 C.O.T0 C.O.R0 C.O.R0 C.O.R0 LEN0001 C.O.T1 C.O.T1 C.O.T1 C.O.R1 C.O.R1 C.O.R1 LEN0004 Sta.T0 Sta.T0 Sta.T0 Sta.R0 Sta.R0 Sta.R0 LEN0005 Sta.T1 Sta.T1 Sta.T1 Sta.R1 Sta.R1 Sta.R1 Figure 3-31 MDF Cross Connection for PFT (PN-AUCA) (Continued) Note 1: The No.
  • Page 65: Connection Of 25-Pair Cable And Pz-8Pfta

    • Install the PZ-8PFTA card to the PIM according to the following steps. STEP 1: Connect the champ connectors of 25-pair cables to the PFT0 and PFT1 connectors on the PZ-8PFTA card as shown in Figure 3-33. Then, secure them to each other using screws and tie wraps. PFT0 CONNECTOR TO MDF (See STEP 3:)
  • Page 66: Mounting Pz-8Pfta Card To Pim

    STEP 2: Hook the PZ-8PFTA card at the front bracket on the PIM, and secure them to each other using screws and SPL washers, as shown in Figure 3-34. PZ-8PFTA SPL WASHER SCREW Figure 3-34 Mounting PZ-8PFTA Card to PIM CHAPTER 3 ND-46550 (E) Page 58...
  • Page 67: Pft Connector Pin Assignment

    STEP 3: Connect the 25-pair cables on the MDF referring to Figure 3-35 Figure 3-36. • Figure 3-35 shows the PFT connector pin assignment for each PFT circuit number (No. 0 - No. 7). PZ-8PFTA PFT0 PFT1 PFT0 PFT1 26 Sta. T0 Sta.
  • Page 68: Mdf Cross Connection For Pft (Pz-8Pfta)

    • Figure 3-36 shows the MDF cross connection for the No. 0 circuit on the PFT (PZ-8PFTA), as an example. TO C.O. LINE Ring Ring TO STATION Remote PIM PZ-8PFTA LTC0 PFT0 PN-4LC Sta. R0 LEN0000 Sta. T0 (No. 0) LEN0001 4LC.
  • Page 69 PFT0 CONNECTOR PFT0 (J) TO STATION 26 Sta. T0 Sta. R0 Sta. R0 Sta. T0 TO PN-4LC 27 4LC. T0 4LC. R0 4LC. R0 4LC. T0 TO C.O. LINE 28 C.O. T0 C.O. R0 C.O. R0 C.O. T0 TO PN-4COT 29 4COT.
  • Page 70: Connection Between Main Site And Remote Site

    2.3 Connection Between Main Site and Remote Site 2.3.1 DTI Connection at Main Site When using the LTC connector on BWB Connect the cable to a CSU or directly to the Remote PIM via the MDF as shown in Figure 3-37.
  • Page 71: Example Of Dti Cable Connection Via Ltc Connector

    PIM0 LTC1 DAIA RECEIVE [LT10] T0-31 TO CSU/ REMOTE PIM SEND LTC1 CONNECTOR LTC (J) MDF CONNECTOR Figure 3-38 Example of DTI Cable Connection via LTC Connector ND-46550 (E) CHAPTER 3 Page 63 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 72: Dti Cable Connection Via Cn Connector (Main Site)

    When using CN connector on DAIA Card Connect the cable to a CSU or directly to the Remote PIM via the CN connector on the DAIA/DAIC card as shown in Figure 3-39. Connection of DAIC cards between the Main PIM and the Remote PIM is available in the same manner as the DAIA-DIAB connection.
  • Page 73: Dti Connection At Remote Site

    2.3.2 DTI Connection at Remote Site Connect the cable to a CSU or directly to the Main PIM via the CN connector on the DAIB/DAIC card as shown Figure 3-40. Connection of DAIC cards between the Main PIM and the Remote PIM is available in the same manner as the DAIA-DAIB connection.
  • Page 74: Mp Reset

    2.4 MP Reset After mounting all DAIC cards and connecting between the main site and the remote site, press the SW1 switch on the MP card. CHAPTER 3 ND-46550 (E) Page 66 Revision 2.0...
  • Page 75: Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

    CHAPTER 4 TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes the method for fault diagnosis and troubleshooting when maintenance personnel detected the fault occurrence by lamp indication on DAIA, DAIB, and DAIC cards. For other system faults, refer to the Maintenance Manual. Table 4-1 shows contents of the fault and the remedial action on each lamp status.
  • Page 76 Table 4-1 Remedial Action on Each Lamp Status (Continued) CARD NAME LAMP STATUS FAULT CONTENT REMEDIAL ACTION PN-DAIB (DAIB) RUN lamp is not flashing Abnormal operation of Reset MB switch. DAIB card (Down→Up→Down) If fault cannot be cleared, replace card. LINK lamp is not on Layer 2 link connection Check whether cable between...
  • Page 77 Table 4-1 Remedial Action on Each Lamp Status (Continued) CARD NAME LAMP STATUS FAULT CONTENT REMEDIAL ACTION PN-DAIC (DAIC) RUN lamp is not flashing Abnormal operation of Reset MB switch. DAIC card (Down→Up→Down) If the fault can not be cleared, replace card.
  • Page 78 This page is for your notes. CHAPTER 4 ND-46550 (E) Page 70 Revision 2.0...