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Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004
First Published: 2019-08-30
Last Modified: 2020-04-21
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  • Page 1 Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004 First Published: 2019-08-30 Last Modified: 2020-04-21 Americas Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134-1706 http://www.cisco.com Tel: 408 526-4000 800 553-NETS (6387) Fax: 408 527-0883...
  • Page 2 Cisco has more than 200 offices worldwide. Addresses and phone numbers are listed on the Cisco website at www.cisco.com/go/offices. Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: http://www.cisco.com/go/trademarks.
  • Page 3 Supported Pluggables, on page 3 Cisco NCS 1004 Overview The Cisco NCS 1004 chassis is a 2RU chassis that delivers a universal transponder solution which provides excellent performance for metro, long-haul and submarine applications. The Cisco NCS 1004 has the following modules: •...
  • Page 4 Both the power supply modules should be AC or DC. Mixed configuration is not allowed. Cisco NCS 1004 has a front to back airflow scheme. The air inlet is at the front side of the chassis and the exhaust is on the rear side. Ensure that the airflow is not obstructed or impeded by any object as it may lead to reduced airflow in the system, causing components to operate at a higher temperature.
  • Page 5 The Class 1M Laser Product label is shown in the following figure. Figure 4: Class 1M Laser Product Label Supported Pluggables The following pluggables are supported on NCS 1004. • QSFP-100G-SR4-S • QSFP-100G-CWDM4-S Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 6 Cisco NCS 1004 Overview Supported Pluggables • QSFP-100G-SM-SR • QSFP-100G-AOC-1M • QSFP-100G-AOC-3M • QSFP-100G-AOC-10M • QSFP-100G-LR4-S • QSFP-100G-CU1M • QSFP-100G-CU2M • QSFP-100G-CU3M • QSFP-100G-CU5M • QSFP28-FR Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Hazardous voltage or energy may be present on power terminals. Always replace cover when terminals are not in service. Be sure uninsulated conductors are not accessible when cover is in place. Statement 1086 Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 8: General Safety Guidelines For Personal Safety And Equipment Protection

    • Do not wear loose clothing, jewelry (including rings and chains), or other items that could get caught in the equipment. • Fasten your tie or scarf and sleeves. • Operate Cisco equipment safely by using it in accordance with its electrical ratings and product usage instructions. • Do not work alone if potentially hazardous conditions exist.
  • Page 9: Safety With Electricity

    Power Connection Guidelines Check the power at your site to ensure you are receiving clean power (free of spikes and noise). Ensure to observe the following safety guidelines while connecting the device power supplies. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 10: Safety Precaution For Energy Hazard

    Do not reach into a vacant slot when installing or removing a module. Exposed circuitry is an energy hazard.Statement 206 The Cisco NCS 1004 can be configured for a DC power source. Do not touch terminals with body parts or conductive objects while they are energized.
  • Page 11: Prevent Electrostatic Discharge Damage

    • Handle components by only their handles or edges; do not touch the printed circuit boards or connectors. • Avoid contact between the printed circuit boards and clothing. The wrist strap only protects components from ESD voltages on the body; ESD voltages on clothing can still cause damage. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 12 Safety Guidelines Prevent Electrostatic Discharge Damage Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 13 C H A P T E R Prepare to Install Cisco NCS 1004 This chapter explains how to prepare for the Cisco NCS 1004 installation. • Shipping and Receiving, on page 11 • Unpack and Verify Cisco NCS 1004, on page 16...
  • Page 14 Prepare to Install Cisco NCS 1004 Shipping and Receiving Figure 6: 90-degree Cable (CEE 7/7) Figure 7: 90-degree Cable (NEMA L6-20P) Figure 8: Straight Cable (NEMA L6-20P) Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 15 DC chassis - when you order for a DC chassis, you get four power lugs for each PSU (a pair of 90-degree and a pair of 180-degree lugs). 180-degree lugs are used for ETSI racks to maintain a footprint of 600 mm. Figure 10: DC Power Cable Lug (180-degree) Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 16 The breakout cable is used only for ETSI racks to maintain a footprint of 600 Table 2: Specifications of Breakout Cables Overall Length (in m) ONS-4X10-MMCBL-5= 72-101758-01 BCJ7F3FM005CSO008 05 plus or minus 0.30 ONS-4X10-MMCBL-10= 72-101759-01 BCJ7F3FM010CSO008 10 plus or minus 0.30 Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 17 Only the accessory kit is available with the chassis (in the same package). You must order all the other modules (fan units, controller, PSUs) separately. For installation procedures of the modules, see Install Cisco NCS 1004 Modules chapter. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 18 When you receive Cisco NCS 1004 equipment at the installation site, open the top of the box. Step 2 Remove accessories and foam inserts from the box. The box contains Cisco NCS 1004 and other items needed for installation. Step 3 To remove the chassis from the packaging, grasp the side of the chassis and lift it out of the box.
  • Page 19 Step 4 Verify the following: • The Cisco NCS 1004 is not damaged. Check for a scratch, bend, discoloration or deformation on the Cisco NCS 1004 chassis. • The modules that are shipped with the chassis or separately are not damaged.
  • Page 20 Prepare to Install Cisco NCS 1004 Unpack and Verify Cisco NCS 1004 Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 21 This chapter contains procedures to install Cisco NCS 1004. • Rack Compatibility, on page 19 • Install NCS 1004 on an EIA/ANSI/ ETSI Rack, on page 21 • Stacking NCS 1004, on page 33 • General Power and Grounding Requirements, on page 35 •...
  • Page 22 Install Cisco NCS 1004 Rack Compatibility Figure 17: Four Post Rack Type Figure 18: Two Post Rack Type Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 23 (open position). Install NCS 1004 on an EIA/ANSI/ ETSI Rack It is mandatory to fix the fiber management brackets for all the cards in the chassis before installing the Cisco NCS 1004 chassis onto the rack. See Attach Fiber Management Bracket section for the detailed procedure.
  • Page 24 Install Cisco NCS 1004 Install NCS 1004 on an EIA/ANSI/ ETSI Rack Figure 20: Line Cards fitted with Fiber Management Bracket Figure 21: Filler Cards fitted with Fiber Management Bracket Note In ETSI racks, to maintain a footprint of 600 mm, the cabinet door cannot be installed and the horizontal bar of the fiber management bracket should be maintained at the shortest length.
  • Page 25 The sliding rail must be used only for first chassis positioning. The chassis must be fixed with screws on the front side. Caution Use only the fastening hardware provided with Cisco NCS 1004 to prevent loosening, deterioration, and electromechanical corrosion of the hardware and joined material. Before you begin Ensure the rack is compatible.
  • Page 26 (48-101524-01) and tighten them to a torque value of 4.65 N-m. For the adapter portion which is towards the rack, all the six screws are fitted on the front and rear side. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 27 Install Cisco NCS 1004 Install Two Post Slider into an EIA/ANSI Rack Figure 24: Two Post Slider Integration - 19" Rack Inner surface of the sliding bracket. Slider fixing screws (48-101524-01) Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 28 This procedure has details about installing the four post slider into an EIA/ ANSI rack. Step 1 Identify the four post slider and adjust the length of the slider. Slide the inner slider arm and adjust the length to mate with the rack surface. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 29 (48-101524-01) and tighten them to a torque value of 4.65 N-m. For the adapter portion which is towards the rack, all the six screws are fitted on the front and rear side. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 30 Install Cisco NCS 1004 Install Four Post Slider into an EIA/ ANSI Rack Figure 27: Four Post Slider Integration - 19" Rack Edge surface of the slider Slider fixing screws (48-101524-01) Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 31 This procedure has details about installing the two post slider into an ETSI rack. Step 1 Identify the two post slider and adjust the length of the slider (3" to 5"). Slide the inner sliders and adjust the length to mate with the rack surface. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 32 On the front side, insert only the top most screw of the slider (48-101524-01) and tighten it to a torque value of 4.65 N-m. On the rear side, insert three screws (48-101524-01) and tighten them to a torque value of 4.65 N-m. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 33 This procedure has details about installing a four post slider in to an ETSI rack. Step 1 Identify the four post slider and adjust the length of the slider. Slide the inner slider arm and adjust the length to mate with the rack surface. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 34 On the front side, insert only the top most screw of the slider (48-101524-01) and tighten it to a torque value of 4.65 N-m. On the rear side, insert five screws (48-101524-01) and tighten them to a torque value of 4.65 N-m. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 35 Adapter Stacking NCS 1004 While stacking multiple Cisco NCS 1004 chassis in a rack, it is recommended to start at the bottom. Install the first chassis of the stack at the bottom and move upwards. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 36 Install Cisco NCS 1004 Stacking NCS 1004 Figure 33: Stacking the NCS 1004 Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 37 • The site must provide short-circuit (over-current) protection for devices. • Proper grounding is required at the site to ensure that equipment is not damaged by lightning and power surges. Note Ground lug connection is mandatory for the AC chassis version too. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 38 This task provides the grounding details for the NCS 1004 chassis. In the installation of the chassis, ground lug should be connected first. There is one grounding point provided at the rear side of the NCS 1004 chassis. The following warning label is affixed on the chassis.
  • Page 39 Power Supply The NCS 1004 has two slots for 2.1kW AC redundant Power Supply Units (PSU). Both the PSUs must be installed in the chassis at all times, except during replacement. When only one PSU is inserted in the chassis, the Power Module Redundancy Lost major alarm is raised.
  • Page 40 Caution The NCS 1004 chassis needs to have both the PSUs at all times. In case, one of the PSUs is not energized (due to a fault or missing mains), ensure that the system works at an ambient temperature of not more than 40 C.
  • Page 41: About Line Cards

    This chapter contains procedures to install the modules of Cisco NCS 1004. Caution All the modular slots in the NCS 1004 chassis should always be populated with respective modules (line-cards, controller, PSU & fan units). Empty line card slots to be populated with filler modules, which are shipped with the chassis.
  • Page 42 Install Line Card This task has details about installing a line card in to the NCS 1004 chassis. The chassis is shipped with filler cards and/or line cards. The Cisco NCS 1004 chassis supports a maximum of four line cards.
  • Page 43: Install Power Supply

    Using the Torx screwdriver, tighten the two M3, T15 Torx screws of the line card, to a torque value of 0.65 N-m. Install Power Supply This task has information about installing the PSUs into the NCS 1004 chassis. Step 1 Orient the PSU correctly before inserting.
  • Page 44 Connect DC Power to NCS 1004 Caution NCS 1004 relies on the protective devices in the building installation to protect against short circuit, overcurrent, and ground faults. Ensure that the protective devices comply with local and national electrical codes. Figure 38: Rating Label for DC Power Step 1 Verify that the correct fuse panel is installed in the top mounting space.
  • Page 45 Connect AC Power to NCS 1004 Caution NCS 1004 relies on the protective devices in the building installation to protect against short circuit, overcurrent, and ground faults. Ensure that the protective devices comply with local and national electrical codes. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 46 Ensure that there is a minimum gap of 50 mm for routing the cables. Use a 90-degree exit cable to maintain a Note footprint of 600 mm for ETSI racks. Step 3 Close the cable retention clips to secure the power cables and to prevent their accidental removal. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 47 Install Cisco NCS 1004 Modules Connect AC Power to NCS 1004 Figure 41: Connecting 90-degree Power Cable 90-degree exit cables 180-degree ground lug Figure 42: Connecting Straight Power Cable Straight exit cables Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 48: Install Controller

    Using a T15 Torx screwdriver, tighten the two M3 T15 torx screws to a torque value of 0.65 N-m. Install Fan Unit This task has information about installing the fan units into the chassis. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 49 Push the spring loaded lever to the left and hold it in the unlock position (holding position) using your thumb while inserting the fan unit. Figure 44: Inserting a Fan unit Step 3 Release the spring-loaded lever to lock the fan unit in its position. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 50: Attach Fiber Management Bracket

    600 mm footprint. We also recommend that you adjust the bracket length before the installation. Step 1 Push the plunger pins downwards on both the sides of the bracket, to disengage the horizontal bar. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 51 • If both grooves are visible, the pins are disengaged. • If no one groove is visible, the bar is in transient stage. • If one grove is visible, the bar is correctly installed and locked. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 52: Install Pluggables

    Step 1 Remove the dust plugs. You can retain and reuse the dust plugs. Step 2 Orient the pluggable as shown in the following figure and slide it into the slot. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 53 Do not forcibly push the pluggable into the slot, this might damage the pluggable and/or the slot. Step 3 Route the cables emerging from the pluggables using the fiber management bracket as shown in the following figure. Figure 49: Fiber Management Bracket with fibers from Pluggables (1.2T Line Card) Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 54: Air Filter

    Failure to replace a compromised air filter can result in insufficient air circulation through the chassis and temperature-related environmental alarms. The Cisco NCS 1004 air filter has the following components: • Two air filter side brackets •...
  • Page 55 Figure 50: Installing the Air Filter Frame and Side Brackets Air Filter Frame Air Filter Side Brackets Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 56 Push the air filter onto the frame and adjust so that it engages with the edges of the frame. Step 6 Using a T15 Torx screwdriver, tighten the screw on either side of the air filter, to a torque value of 0.65 N-m. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 57 This chapter describes the procedures to replace Cisco NCS 1004 modules. Caution All the modular slots in the NCS 1004 chassis should always be populated with respective modules (line-cards, controller, PSU & fan units). Empty line card slots to be populated with filler modules, which are shipped with the chassis.
  • Page 58 Remove and Replace Cisco NCS 1004 Modules Remove and Replace Power Supply Unit Step 2 Remove the line card and replace it with another line card. For the detailed line card installation procedure, see Install Line Card. Remove and Replace Power Supply Unit This task has information about removing and replacing the power supply units.
  • Page 59 Remove and Replace Cisco NCS 1004 Modules Remove and Replace Power Supply Unit Figure 53: Locking Latch on the AC PSU Locking latch Step 2 Using the handle with one hand and supporting the PSU with the other, gently pull out the PSU from the slot.
  • Page 60 Remove and Replace Cisco NCS 1004 Modules Remove and Replace Controller For replacing the PSU, see Power Supply. Remove and Replace Controller This procedure has details about removing and replacing the controller. Step 1 Using a Torx screwdriver, unfasten the two screws on the controller.
  • Page 61 Remove and Replace Cisco NCS 1004 Modules Remove and Replace Fan Unit Remove and Replace Fan Unit This task has information about removing and replacing the fan unit. Caution OIR duration for the fan tray unit at 30-degree C ambient temperature, is five minutes.
  • Page 62 Use this procedure only during RMA. Before you begin The NCS 1004 unit that is planned for RMA must be taken out of the data center and the network. The user must access NCS 1004 only using the console port.
  • Page 63 Remove and Replace Cisco NCS 1004 Modules Wipe Data in Disk Using Secure Erase Press <DEL> or <ESC> to enter setup. Press DEL or ESC key to enter BIOS. Press DEL or ESC key to enter BIOS. Step 2 Select the Advanced tab using the arrow keys.
  • Page 64 Remove and Replace Cisco NCS 1004 Modules Wipe Data in Disk Using Secure Erase Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 65 The front view of the 1.2T line card is as below. Figure 58: Front View of the 1.2T Line Card Trunk ports (0 and 1) 12 QSFP ports (2 to 13) ACT LED Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 66 Use the controller optics command in the configuration mode to point to a faulty port in the LC. Controller LEDs The controller unit has four LEDs to indicate the system status and the status of the components. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 67 Controller LEDs Figure 59: Front View of the Controller Fan Unit Status Power Supply Unit Status System Status Attention LED USB Ports (0 and 1) OIR Button Management Ports (0 and 1) Console Port Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 68 This is used for troubleshooting purposes. Use the hw-module attention led location command to turn on this LED. Power Supply Unit LED The following table has details of the PSU LED: Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 69 Indicates a fault in the fan unit. This occurs when the fan speed is out of range or the fan unit is inserted but not powered on. Green (solid) Indicates that the fan unit is working fine. Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...
  • Page 70 LEDs Fan Unit LED Hardware Installation Guide for Cisco NCS 1004...