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Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit
Installation Procedures
January 11, 2000
These release notes present upgrade information to ensure that your Cisco 6100 chassis can
accommodate dual-port DMT-2 ATU-C or quad-port flexi ATU-C modules.
Contents
These release notes describe the following topics:

Installation Prerequisites

This section provides the following prerequisites needed to install the thermal upgrade kit for your
Cisco 6100 chassis:
Tool and Equipment Requirements, page 2
Space Requirements, page 4
Power Requirements, page 4
Rack-Mounting Requirements, page 5
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Installation Procedures January 11, 2000 These release notes present upgrade information to ensure that your Cisco 6100 chassis can accommodate dual-port DMT-2 ATU-C or quad-port flexi ATU-C modules. Contents These release notes describe the following topics: Installation Prerequisites, page 1 •...
  • Page 2 For additional site requirements, refer to the Cisco 6100 with NI-1 Direct Connect Note Installation Guide. Tool and Equipment Requirements Table 1 lists the tools and equipment required to install and remove the Cisco 6100 Series system components. Table 1 Tools and Equipment Requirements Checklist...
  • Page 3 (P2) to Cisco 6100 chassis • (P14) connection 12 AWG black and red copper solid or stranded—Used for Cisco 6100 chassis • power connections 14 to 18 AWG black and red copper solid or stranded—Used for fan tray •...
  • Page 4 Power connections from the fuse and alarm panel are wired separately to the Cisco 6100 chassis and the fan tray. Connections for single- and dual- power feeds are provided. The power input connections are redundant, and only one is absolutely necessary for system operation.
  • Page 5 Add lines 1c, 2, 3, and 4. This is the typical power required for the Cisco 6100. Divide line 5 by 48. This is the nominal current for the Cisco 6100. Multiply line 6 by 1.25. This is the minimum fuse rating needed to operate the Cisco 6100 in your system.
  • Page 6: General Safety Precautions

    General Safety Precautions When you install the Cisco 6100 Series system in a rack, be sure to allow enough room to access the backplane of the unit for wiring and cabling purposes. The majority of the connectors are located on the backplane.
  • Page 7 This equipment is intended to be grounded. Ensure that the host is connected to earth Warning ground during normal use. Warning Incorrect connection of this or connected equipment to a general purpose outlet could result in a hazardous situation. Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Installation Procedures 78-10158-01...
  • Page 8 Warning Connect the unit only to DC power source that complies with the Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) requirements in IEC 60950 based safety standards. Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Installation Procedures 78-10158-01...
  • Page 9: Installing The Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit

    Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit The following sections detail the installation procedures for upgrading your Cisco 6100 chassis to accommodate dual-port DMT-2 or quad-port flexi ATU-C modules. Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install, replace, or service Warning this equipment.
  • Page 10 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Installation Checklist When you upgrade your Cisco 6100 chassis, be sure that you follow the installation procedures in the proper sequence. Table 4 is a checklist of the installation steps in the order in which they should occur.
  • Page 11 Run the connection test procedures. Installation Procedures The following sections detail the installation procedures for the Cisco 6100 thermal upgrade kit. This kit is required when using a Cisco 6100 chassis with dual-port DMT-2 or quad-port flexi ATU-C modules in your system. Remove Power The system should not be powered while you install and connect the Cisco 6100 system hardware components.
  • Page 12 Figure 1 shows the components for a Direct Connect with a POTS splitter configuration when you are using a Cisco 6100 chassis. The fan tray is installed directly below the Cisco 6100 chassis. Figure 1 Direct Connect with a POTS Splitter Configuration in the Cisco 6100...
  • Page 13 Complete the following steps to measure the rack space: Step 1 Use Table 5 to calculate the rack space necessary for your Cisco 6100 system configuration. The total amount of rack space should not exceed 42 RUs. If your total configuration exceeds 42 RUs, either replan your configuration or use more than one rack to house the Cisco 6100 Series system components.
  • Page 14 Disconnect the end of the cable that attaches to the transmit (J3) DS3 BNC connector on the system I/O card on the Cisco 6100 backplane. Open the Cisco 6100 front door if you have an OC-3c network interface module installed in slot 10 of Step 2 the Cisco 6100.
  • Page 15 Step 1 Use a socket driver or a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the clear cover over the Cisco 6100 power connections. Disconnect the wires connecting the Cisco 6100 chassis to the fuse and alarm panel (POS RTN and Step 2 NEG DC connections) as shown in Figure 2 (dual-power feed) and Figure 3 (single-power feed).
  • Page 16 If you need to prepare the rack to accommodate the fan tray and install the thermal guard, you will need to disconnect the Champ cables from the Cisco 6100 (connectors J39 through J44) to the Cisco 6120 (connectors J1 through J6). Table 6 shows the corresponding Cisco 6100 and Cisco 6120 connectors.
  • Page 17 Verify that your Cisco 6100 Series system is installed from the bottom to the top of the rack so that the rack remains stable. If your system is not installed from the bottom to the top of the rack, make the necessary adjustments to the rack as discussed in the “Move Cisco 6100 Series System Hardware...
  • Page 18 Step 2 the rack. Gently move the Cisco 6100 chassis up in the rack to accommodate the fan tray (3 RUs) (if your • racks are not side-by-side). The top of the fan tray should be flush with the bottom of the chassis.
  • Page 19 To install the fan tray in the rack, complete the following steps: Note If you are using more than one Cisco 6100 chassis in a Direct Connect with a POTS splitter configuration, you must install a fan tray under each chassis.
  • Page 20 Tighten the thumbscrew above the fan. Step 10 Repeat Steps 8 through 10 for each fan. Step 11 For information about fan and air filter replacement, refer to the Cisco 6100 Series System Note Fan Tray Configuration Notes. Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Installation Procedures...
  • Page 21 A thermal guard is required when using the Cisco 6100 chassis with dual-port DMT-2 ATU-C or quad-port flexi ATU-C modules. The thermal guard is either installed with the Cisco 6100 chassis in the rack or out of the rack. Warning Two people are required to lift the chassis.
  • Page 22 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Use six screws (three on each side of the chassis) to secure the thermal guard to the chassis, as shown Step 4 in Figure 6. If you are installing the thermal guard while the chassis is in the rack, you might Note not be able to secure the thermal guard with all six screws.
  • Page 23 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Install the Thermal Guard on the Cisco 6100 out of the Rack To install the thermal guard on the Cisco 6100 chassis while it is out of the rack, complete the following steps: Place the Cisco 6100 chassis on a stable surface (for example, a table top).
  • Page 24 You must install filler faceplates in all open slots of each chassis. The filler faceplate installation is similar to the module installation. To install the filler faceplates in the Cisco 6100 or Cisco 6120, complete the following steps: Step 1 Open or remove the Cisco 6100 front door.
  • Page 25 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Ground the Cisco 6100 Chassis Complete the following steps to connect the grounding lug on the Cisco 6100 chassis directly to the rack: Do not reuse the wire you removed in the “Disconnect the Cisco 6100 Chassis Ground”...
  • Page 26 Reconnect the Cisco 6100 to the Cisco 6120 If you disconnected the Cisco 6100 from the Cisco 6120 in the “Disconnect the Cisco 6100 from the Cisco 6120” section on page 16, connect the Champ cables from the Cisco 6100 (connectors J39 through J44) to the Cisco 6120 (connectors J1 through J6).
  • Page 27 You can replace the fuses after the system is wired. You can wire the power connections from the Cisco 6100 to the fuse and alarm panel for either dual- or single-power feed.
  • Page 28 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Attach Cisco 6100 Power Connections for a Dual-Power Feed Complete the following steps to attach the Cisco 6100 power connections (P13) to the fuse and alarm panel for a dual-power feed: Do not reuse the wire you removed in the “Disconnect the Cisco 6100 Power Connections”...
  • Page 29 Measure enough wire (12 AWG black and red copper solid or stranded wire) to connect each of the Step 9 Cisco 6100 power return connections to the fuse and alarm panel. Figure 13 shows the Cisco 6100 power return connections wired to the fuse and alarm panel for a dual-power feed. Figure 13 Power Return Connections for the Cisco 6100—Dual-Power Feed...
  • Page 30 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Attach Cisco 6100 Power Connections for a Single-Power Feed Complete the following steps to attach the Cisco 6100 power connections (P13) to the fuse and alarm panel for a single-power feed: Do not reuse the wire you removed in the “Disconnect the Cisco 6100 Power Connections”...
  • Page 31 Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to attach a wire to connect the –48RTN power return connections to Step 10 each other. Use a socket driver or a Phillips-head screwdriver to attach the clear cover over the Cisco 6100 Step 11 power connections.
  • Page 32 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Attach Fan Tray Power Connections for a Dual-Power Feed To attach the fan tray power connections to the fuse and alarm panel for a dual-power feed, complete the following steps: Use a socket driver or a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the clear cover over the fan tray Step 1 power connections.
  • Page 33 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Repeat Steps 8 and 9 for the remaining –48RTN power return connection. Step 10 Use a socket driver or a Phillips-head screwdriver to attach the clear cover over the fan tray Step 11 power connections.
  • Page 34 Measure enough wire (24 to 28 AWG solid wire) to connect each of the fan tray alarm contacts on the Step 1 Cisco 6100 to the fan tray. See Figure 19 for location. Figure 19 shows how the fan tray two-position header (P2) connects to the fan tray alarm contacts (P14, pins 7 and 8) on the Cisco 6100 backplane.
  • Page 35 Use a wire stripper to remove the casing from both ends of the wires. Step 2 Wire P2 on the backplane of the fan tray to P14 (pin 7) on the backplane of the Cisco 6100 to connect Step 3 the Fan Alarm+ contact.
  • Page 36 Step 2 Carefully slide the module forward and away from the backplane connection. Step 3 Repeat Step 2 through Step 3 for each module in the Cisco 6100 chassis and each POTS module in the Step 4 Cisco 6120 chassis.
  • Page 37 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Reconnect the Subtended Network Configuration If you disconnected the subtended network configuration in the “Disconnect the Subtended Network Configuration” section on page 14, complete the steps in the following sections to reconnect the...
  • Page 38 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit If you are using Thick type 734A coaxial cable or equivalent, run the cable through a ferrite and clamp the ferrite • shut, as shown in Figure 23. Attach the ferrite as close as possible to the transmit DS3 BNC connector (TX1) on the DS3 subtending I/O card.
  • Page 39 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Attach the end of the cable used in Step 7 to the transmit DS3 BNC connector (TX) for the system I/O Step 8 card on the subtended node chassis backplane. Tie wrap the transmit and receive cables coming from the DS3 subtending I/O card where the cables...
  • Page 40 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Tie wrap the transmit and receive cables coming from the system I/O card where the cables meet after Step 10 coming from the ferrites and every 1 foot thereafter for a total of 15 feet, as shown in Figure 26.
  • Page 41 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Install the plastic ESD shield over the DS3 subtending I/O card using the following steps: Step 11 Position the holes in the plastic ESD shield over the existing standoff screws installed on the DS3 subtending I/O card.
  • Page 42 If the modules are installed when you apply power to the system, you could damage the modules and the chassis. Verify that the power connections from the Cisco 6100 to the fuse and alarm panel are wired as shown Step 3 in Figure 11 or Figure 14.
  • Page 43 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit The power supply circuitry for the Cisco DSLAM equipment can constitute an energy Warning hazard. Before you install or replace the equipment, remove all jewelry (including rings, necklaces, and watches). Metal objects can come into contact with exposed power supply wiring or circuitry inside the DSLAM equipment.
  • Page 44 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Reseat the DS3 subtend host module (STM) in the Cisco 6100 (if applicable). Step 4 Lift up on the ejector tab and gently apply pressure to the bottom of the faceplate while pushing the module into the slot.
  • Page 45 Coil the fiber loosely within the 1 RU of space to take out slack. Attach Cisco 6100 Chassis Ventilation Cover Complete the following steps to attach the Cisco 6100 chassis ventilation cover: Peel the backing off the Cisco 6100 chassis ventilation cover.
  • Page 46 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Attach New Power Rating Label Complete the following steps to attach the new power rating label: Locate the power rating label on your current chassis. It is located on the backplane plastic cover.
  • Page 47 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Close Cisco 6100 Front Door Verify that the Cisco 6100 front door is attached to the chassis and closed (see Figure 30). Figure 30 Cisco 6100 with Front Door Installation C is co 61 00...
  • Page 48 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Install the plastic ESD shield over the system I/O card using the following steps: Step 3 Position the holes in the plastic ESD shield over the existing standoff screws installed on the system I/O card.
  • Page 49 Installing the Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Close the Rear Door Complete the following steps to close the optional rear door: Use the tie wraps provided in the accessory kit to attach cables to the door-mounting bracket loops, Step 1 as necessary.
  • Page 50 RING Thumbscrew Run the Connection Test Procedures To verify that the system is connected and running properly, follow the connection test procedures in the Cisco 6100 with NI-1 Direct Connect Installation Guide. Cisco 6100 Thermal Upgrade Kit Installation Procedures 78-10158-01...
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