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Global Telecom Solutions Sector
Gen 3 Site Controller
SYSTEM MANUAL
Supplement to EBTS System Manual (68P81099E10)
68P80801E30-A

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  • Page 1 Global Telecom Solutions Sector Gen 3 Site Controller SYSTEM MANUAL Supplement to EBTS System Manual (68P81099E10) 68P80801E30-A...
  • Page 2 All replaced parts or product shall become the property of Motorola. This express commercial warranty is extended by Motorola to the original end user purchaser or lessee only and is not assignable or transferable to any other party. This is the complete warranty for the Product manufactured by Motorola.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Front Matter Contents Contents ......................... i List of Figures....................LOF-i List of Tables ....................LOT-i Service Information ..................LOT-iii Chapter 1 Manual Overview Chapter Overview ................1-1 Scope of the Manual ..................1-2 Quality Standards....................1-4 Repair and Technical Support ................
  • Page 4 Front Matter Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Contents Grounding Requirements ................3-15 Ground Rings ................... 3-15 Tower Grounding ................3-15 Site Building and Equipment Grounding ......... 3-16 Antenna Installation ..................3-19 GPS Antenna Planning ..............3-19 Alarm Wiring ....................3-22 Alarm System Wiring ...............
  • Page 5 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Front Matter Contents Chapter 6 System Testing Chapter Overview ................6-1 Testing Overview....................6-2 MMI commands ................. 6-2 Test procedures ................... 6-2 Site Controller Verification ................6-3 Site Controller Test Equipment ............6-4 Service Computer Startup ..............6-4 Site Controller Startup Sequence ............
  • Page 6 Front Matter Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Contents Chapter 9 Controller Chapter Overview ................9-1 Controller......................9-2 Indicators .................... 9-3 Switches ..................... 9-4 Connectors ..................9-5 Performance Specifications ..............9-7 Chapter 10 Environmental Alarm System 10-1 Chapter Overview ................10-1 EAS Functional Description................
  • Page 7 Site Controller Cabling ................... C-2 Index Index-1 Motorola and the Motorola logo are registered trademarks of Motorola. iDEN is a trademark of Motorola. Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Macintosh and PowerPC are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
  • Page 8: Contents

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  • Page 9: List Of Figures

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Front Matter List of Figures List of Figures Figure 2-1 iDEN system diagram.................. 2-2 Figure 2-2 Inside the EBTS ................... 2-3 Figure 2-3 EBTS Control Cabinet................. 2-4 Figure 2-4 Site Controller Block Diagram..............2-5 Figure 2-5 Site Controller front view .................
  • Page 10 Front Matter Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual List of Figures Figure 9-1 Controller (front view) ................9-2 Figure 9-2 Controller (rear view) ................. 9-2 Figure 9-3 Front Panel LEDs ..................9-3 Figure 9-4 Controller rear connectors ................. 9-6 Figure 10-1 Environmental Alarm System (front view) ..........10-2 Figure 10-2 EAS Block Diagram ................
  • Page 11 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Front Matter List of Tables List of Tables Table 1-1 Manual contents ................... 1-2 Table 3-1 Controller and EAS/EAS2 dimensions ............3-4 Table 3-2 48Vdc power bus color coding..............3-14 Table 3-3 Cabinet power system requirements ............3-14 Table 3-4 GPS antenna identification .................
  • Page 12 Front Matter Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual List of Tables Table 6-1 Test equipment for cabinet testing ..............6-4 Table 6-2 RS-232 port configuration ................6-5 Table 6-3 Settings for the T1 test set ................6-18 Table 6-4 Alarm action and alarm responses ............. 6-27 Table 7-1 Controller Troubleshooting ................
  • Page 13: Service Information

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Front Matter Service Information Service Information This equipment complies with part 68 of the FCC Rules. On the rear of this equipment is a label that contains the FCC registration number for this equipment. Registration Number: ABZUSA-43041-DE-N If requested, this information must be provided to the telephone company.
  • Page 14 Front Matter Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Service Information This page intentionally left blank. 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 15 Manual Chapter 1 Overview Chapter Overview This chapter briefly describes the contents of the Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual. The following table lists this chapter’s topics. Section Page This section . . . Scope of the Manual defines the intended audience and briefly describes the chapter contents of this manual Quality Standards...
  • Page 16: Chapter 1 Manual Overview

    This manual is a supplement to the EBTS System Manual. (On CD: 98P80800A17.) The Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual is intended for trained technicians experienced with Motorola base radio equipment or similar types of equipment. Motorola recommends reading the entire manual before attempting to install or operate system controller equipment.
  • Page 17 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 1 Manual Overview Scope of the Manual Table 1-1 Manual contents — continued Chapter This chapter . . . Software Commands defines each of the Man-Machine Interface (MMI) commands and presents the proper syntax Controller describes the site controller and its associated hardware...
  • Page 18: Quality Standards

    Technicians and installation personnel must be familiar with procedures and guidelines presented within that manual. To order the Quality Standards Manual, contact: Motorola Literature Distribution Center 2290 Hammond Drive Schaumburg, Illinois 60173 847 576-2826 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 19: Repair And Technical Support

    (i.e., loss of power) Technical support For support of Motorola infrastructures, call the following phone number. This phone number is not valid for technical support of mobile communications equipment.
  • Page 20 Chapter 1 Manual Overview Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Repair and Technical Support include the warranty, model, serial, and kit numbers give a clear return address, including: • contact person • phone number • alternate contact and phone number (if possible) securely package the board or module in the original shipping carton, if available.
  • Page 21: Static Sensitive Precautions

    Static Sensitive Precautions The static grounding wrist strap (Motorola p/n 42-80385A59) supplied with the site controller must always be used when handling any board or module. Many of the boards or modules used in the site controller are vulnerable to damage from static charges.
  • Page 22 Chapter 1 Manual Overview Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Static Sensitive Precautions Be sure to ground all electrically powered test equipment. Connect a ground lead (-) from the test equipment to the board or module before connecting the test probe (+). When testing is complete, remove the test probe first, then remove the ground lead.
  • Page 23: Chapter 2 System Description

    System Chapter 2 Description Chapter Overview This chapter provides a brief overview of the site control equipment and its function within the iDEN system. The following table lists this chapter’s topics. Section Page This section . . . EBTS Site Description provides an overview of the EBTS system Site Controller provides an overview of the site controller...
  • Page 24: Ebts Site Description

    Chapter 2 System Description Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual EBTS Site Description EBTS Site Description iDEN (integrated Digital Enhanced Network) is a digital communications system which combines the capabilities of a standard analog dispatch system with that of a cellular interconnect system. iDEN uses an advanced proprietary modulation technology consisting of a speech compression scheme enabling three or six communication paths over a single 25 kHz rf channel.
  • Page 25: Figure 2-2 Inside The Ebts

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 2 System Description EBTS Site Description The EBTS site contains rf and control equipment. It provides the radio communication link between the land network and the mobile and portable units. Each EBTS site consists of one or more rf cabinets and one site controller cabinet.
  • Page 26: Figure 2-3 Ebts Control Cabinet

    USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL POWER -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B PARALLEL SERIAL PARALLEL SERIAL CONTROL RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 Motorola -48V , 1.0A ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM CONTROLLER A SITE REF OUT Power T1/E1 Service Access Sel/ Abort/ Loop Reset X.21 -48V RTN...
  • Page 27: Site Controller

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 2 System Description Site Controller Site Controller The site control equipment consists of at least two assemblies: a site controller and an EAS/EAS2. Most systems are configured with two controllers (an active and a standby) and an EAS/EAS2. Refer to Figure 2-5 and Figure 2-6 for the front and rear views.
  • Page 28 Chapter 2 System Description Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller 32 MBytes of FLASH on the PPC bus 64 MBytes of SDRAM on the PPC bus 16 MBytes SDRAM on the MPC8260 local bus 32 KBytes battery backed SRAM with real time clock on the MPC8260 local bus Four E1/T1 span lines supported by a single quad E1/T1 framer/line driver One 10/100BaseT ethernet port...
  • Page 29: Figure 2-5 Site Controller Front View

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 2 System Description Site Controller and one control cabinet. The remaining alarm inputs and relay outputs are accessible via two 50-pin connectors. These connectors are cabled to punch blocks to allow simple installation of the remaining site alarm and control I/O.
  • Page 30: Figure 2-6 Site Controller Rear View

    Site Controller USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B PARALLEL SERIAL PARALLEL SERIAL CONTROL RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 Motorola -48V , 1.0A ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM iSC403 102600JNM -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B CONTROL PARALLEL PARALLEL MOTOROLA USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL...
  • Page 31: Chapter 3 Pre-Installation

    Pre-Installation Chapter 3 Chapter Overview This chapter provides pre-installation information for a site controller. Refer to the EBTS System Manual (on CD: 98P80800A17) for EBTS-wide pre-installation issues. A pre-installation site review and evaluation helps prevent potential equipment installation problems. Consider every subject discussed in this chapter before site controller installation.
  • Page 32: Receipt Of Equipment

    Check the site control equipment against the itemized packing list to insure receipt of all equipment. If available, check the sales order with the packing list to account for all equipment ordered. Contact your Motorola representative to report missing items and for additional information.
  • Page 33: Site Planning

    Site Planning Licensing and availability of space help to determine a site selection. On a Motorola owned or controlled site, field engineering and program management plan the system and site layouts. Planning helps to prevent potential on-site and off-site interference from other RF systems. Site layouts should always be planned to minimize inter-cabling lengths between RF equipment.
  • Page 34: Rack Configurations

    Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Planning The site floor should be level to within 1/8” and able to support the weight of site equipment. Rack Configurations Table 3-1 lists the dimensions for the Controller and EAS/EAS2. Figure 3-1 shows the racking arrangement for the Controller and EAS/EAS2.
  • Page 35: 19 Inch Rack

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Site Planning 19 Inch Rack The front panel of the site controller and EAS/EAS2 is 19” wide to allow for installation into 19” wide cabinets. The site controller and EAS/EAS2 are typically installed into a 19”...
  • Page 36 Site Controllers and EAS/EAS2. The opposite ends of these cables employ male connectors that are compatible with the output of the standard Motorola EBTS circuit breaker panel. For this installation, the male connectors should be removed. Cut off the connectors at an appropriate cable length and attach the wire ends to the power source for the Site Controllers and EAS/EAS2.
  • Page 37 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Site Planning The DC power wires provided are suitable for routing within a single Note: equipment rack or cabinet. They should not be used to connect to a power source external to the equipment rack that houses the Site Controllers and EAS/EAS2.
  • Page 38: Special Considerations

    Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Planning M10 NUT FOR JUNCTION PANEL GROUND STUD (QTY 2) M6 NUT FOR M6 ZINC PLATED JUNCTION PANEL STEEL SCREWS GROUND STUD (QTY 4) (QTY 3) ATTACH GROUND BRACKET FOR STATIC STRAP WHERE NEEDED JUNCTION PANEL MAIN BRACKET...
  • Page 39 The standard battery system uses valve-regulated batteries which are designed for telecommunication applications. These batteries are also referred to as sealed or maintenance-free lead-acid batteries. Motorola recommends that these batteries be stored, transported, and installed by a certified hazardous material handler. Many regulatory agencies classify batteries as hazardous material.
  • Page 40: Telephone Company (Telco) Line Interface

    Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Planning Telephone Company (Telco) line interface Telco Surge Arrestor A surge arrestor must be installed at the T1/E1 service entrance. The arrestor must be designed for operation with a T1/E1 telephone circuit. The arrestor must only be installed on the customer side of the T1/E1 service entrance.
  • Page 41 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Site Planning The environmental equipment must be rated such that it is able to maintain the environment to meet the equipment heat dissipation values, which are given in British Thermal Units (BTUs)/per hour. BTU/h can be figured by multiplying the power rating of the equipment by a factor of 3.414.
  • Page 42: Electrical Requirements

    Start-up loads that include the HVAC and rectifiers must also be taken into consideration when selecting a generator size. Motorola offers several different generators for the site. In a shared site with multiple emergency power switches installed, each should be labeled with the associated system name with a weatherproof placard attached to or mounted next to the switch.
  • Page 43: Rectifier Drops

    Motorola offers a DC power system to compliment the site controller. All references to the DC power system within this manual assume the use of the Motorola power system; however other systems may be used. This manual only provides procedures for the -48 Vdc battery system. If other DC power systems are used, then consult the manufacturer’s...
  • Page 44: Cabinet Requirements

    Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Electrical Requirements The positive (+) return lead is grounded at a single point on the rectifier load return bus. Table 3-2 shows the color coding for these wires. Table 3-2 48Vdc power bus color coding Battery Wire Description...
  • Page 45: Grounding Requirements

    The site must meet certain specifications for adequate protection from lightning induced transients. Proper ground installation methods are outlined in the Motorola Standards and Guidelines for Communication Sites 68P81089E50 manual (formerly ‘R56’). Should inconsistencies exist, grounding requirements specified in the...
  • Page 46: Site Building And Equipment Grounding

    Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Grounding Requirements Site Building and Equipment Grounding On stand-alone site buildings, a PVC (typically 3/4”) conduit must be provided for the interior ground wire to exit the building. For site buildings with floors at ground level, the conduit must exit a side wall at a 45˚...
  • Page 47 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Grounding Requirements The site ground wire should drop into the top of the cabinet and be connected to a single designated grounding stud. Single hole lugs (1/2” diameter) are used for these grounding connections. #6 AWG ground wires are attached from the ground studs on the rear Note: of the EAS/EAS2 and Controller housings to the cabinet ground bus...
  • Page 48 Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Grounding Requirements Electrical System Grounding The site electrical system should be connected to the master ground bar by a single connection. This should be from the panel/sub-panel in the equipment room with a #2 AWG stranded green insulated wire. For sites with sub-panels, the utility green Multi-Grounded Neutral (MGN) wire may not be present.
  • Page 49: Antenna Installation

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Antenna Installation Antenna Installation The site controller requires antennas for the (GPS) Global Positioning System receivers. Antenna Surge Arrestors All antenna feed lines should terminate with a suitable surge arrestor within 12”...
  • Page 50 Tracking three satellites continuously for maximum reliability. GPS Evaluation Kit The Motorola GPS evaluation kit can be used to evaluate the site and antenna mounting location prior to site acceptance. Although many GPS receivers are available, the Motorola GPS evaluation kit includes the same receiver and antenna used in the system.
  • Page 51 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Antenna Installation GPS antennas are color coded yellow. The same identification technique used for RF antennas is also used to identify the GPS antennas, refer to Table 3-4. Antenna 1 should always be the northern-most antenna. Table 3-4 GPS antenna identification Band...
  • Page 52: Alarm Wiring

    Various alarms or sensors are installed within the site building. All alarm wiring terminates at the EAS/EAS2. The electrical contacts for the alarms must be dry contacts and remain normally closed (open on alarm). Motorola recommends site installation of the following alarms: smoke detector (120 Vac) intrusion alarm...
  • Page 53: Alarm System Wiring

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Alarm Wiring Alarm System Wiring Alarm wiring fitted with modular (8-pin Telco) connectors terminate at the EAS/EAS2. All other connections are designed to terminate at a punch block. Each of the site alarm contacts are normally closed and connected to the EAS/EAS2 through a 50-pin Champ cable that connects to a punch block.
  • Page 54: Table 3-5 Required Alarm System Equipment

    Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Alarm Wiring Table 3-5 lists the equipment required for pre-installation of alarm system wiring. Table 3-5 Required alarm system equipment Part number Description 3083892X04 50 pin Champ cable, 25’ (for alarms) for EAS 3083892X07 50 pin Champ cable, 25’...
  • Page 55 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Alarm Wiring Common Nor mally opened Nor mally closed Common Nor mally opened Nor mally closed Common Nor mally opened Nor mally closed 50 - PIN CONNECTOR NOTE: THE 3 DIGIT NUMBERS ARE THE ALARM CODES (SENT TO THE OMC).
  • Page 56: Table 3-6 Punch Block 1 Pin-Outs

    Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Alarm Wiring Punch Block 1 - Alarm Connections The EAS/EAS2 connector and pin label information refers to the connectors on the EAS/EAS2 itself. Only the alarm code number is passed to the OMC. Table 3-6 shows those alarms that connect from the System/Alarm/Control connector on the back of the EAS/EAS2 to punch block 1.
  • Page 57 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Alarm Wiring Common Nor mally opened Nor mally closed Common Nor mally opened Nor mally closed 50 - PIN CONNECTOR NOTE: THE 3 DIGIT NUMBERS ARE THE ALARM CODES (SENT TO THE OMC). iSC004 080796FDR Figure 3-5...
  • Page 58: Table 3-7 Punch Block 2 Pin-Outs

    Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Alarm Wiring Punch Block 2 – Alarm Connections The EAS/EAS2 connector and pin label information refers to the connectors on the EAS/EAS2 itself. Only the alarm code number is passed to the OMC. Table 3-7 shows those alarms that connect from the User Alarm/Control connector on the back of the EAS/EAS2 to punch block 2.
  • Page 59: Recommended Tools, Equipment, And Parts

    Table 3-8 lists the recommended tools for installation. These are not included as part of the site control equipment and must be procured locally. All model numbers are Motorola part numbers, unless noted otherwise. Table 3-8 Recommended tools for installation...
  • Page 60 (APEX) Long T10 TORX T15 TORX bit (APEX) T20 TORX bit (APEX) T25 TORX bit (APEX) T30 TORX bit (APEX) electric drill 0180371B44 Motorola drilling holes electric RLN4053A/ Motorola tightening screws/ screwdriver heavy duty nuts (only 1 required) RLN4051A/ Motorola...
  • Page 61 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Recommended Tools, Equipment, and Parts Table 3-8 Recommended tools for installation — continued Tool Model/type Supplier Purpose knife, utility locally procured markers (2) locally procured nut driver, 3/16” locally procured nut driver, 10 locally procured pliers locally procured...
  • Page 62 Recommended tools for installation — continued Tool Model/type Supplier Purpose tie wrap gun locally procured tool box locally procured torque wrenches 6680388A27 Motorola tightening battery lug nuts 5/16” breaking locally procured for SMA type, 5 in-lbs connectors drives for 5/16” 6” extension, Snap-on torque wrench 3/8”...
  • Page 63: Recommended Test Equipment

    Table 3-9 lists the recommended test equipment for installation. These are not included as part of the system shipment and must be procured locally. All model numbers are Motorola part numbers, unless noted otherwise. Table 3-9 Recommended test equipment for installation...
  • Page 64 Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Recommended Tools, Equipment, and Parts Table 3-9 Recommended test equipment for installation — continued Test Equipment Model/Type Supplier Purpose test cable used with 12’ of typhlon R2660 cable type N male both ends T1 tester/protocol 209A T...
  • Page 65: Recommended Parts

    Table 3-10 lists the recommended parts for installation. These are not included as part of the system shipment and must be procured locally. All model numbers are Motorola part numbers, unless noted otherwise. Table 3-10 Recommended parts for installation Part...
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  • Page 67: Chapter 4 Installation

    Installation Chapter 4 Chapter Overview This chapter provides procedures required to permanently install the system into the selected site. The following table lists this chapter’s topics. Section Page This section . . . Installation Overview provides general information for the installation procedures Cabinet Installation defines the methods for installing wheeled and...
  • Page 68: Installation Overview

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Installation Overview Installation Overview The procedures described in this chapter assume the field technician or installer has knowledge of the installation techniques contained in the Quality Standards Fixed Network Equipment - Installation Manual (R56). Prior to performing the installation procedures, prepare the site with Note: all associated antennas, phone lines, and other related site...
  • Page 69: Cabinet Installation

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Cabinet Installation Cabinet Installation This section provides installation instructions for cabinets already containing site controllers and provides procedures for permanently mounting the equipment cabinets within a site. This section contains the following sections.
  • Page 70: Cabling Considerations

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Cabinet Installation WARNING ! WARNING ! ALWAYS USE TWO OR MORE PERSONS WHENEVER MOVING A CABINET. A FULLY CONFIGURED EQUIPMENT CABINET WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 800 LBS (360 KG). Cabling Considerations Intercabinet cables used in the installation are manufactured at a predetermined length.
  • Page 71: Cabinet Position Considerations

    Motorola recommends installing the first cabinet at the far end of the row, and then installing adjacent cabinets until the row is completed. Perform the following steps to properly install the cabinets within the site building: Measure the mounting location for the first cabinet in the row.
  • Page 72 Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Cabinet Installation WARNING ! WARNING ! ALWAYS USE TWO OR MORE PERSONS WHENEVER MOVING A CABINET. A FULLY CONFIGURED EQUIPMENT CABINET WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 800 LBS (360 KG). Carefully move the cabinet into the position indicated by the holes in the floor.
  • Page 73: Intercabling Connections

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Intercabling Connections This section describes the cabling procedures for each of the intercabinet connections. For Single Rack, Redundant Controller GEN 4 EBTS, refer to the SRSC GEN 4 EBTS section of the EBTS System Manual (6881099E10). For Single Rack, Single Controller GEN 4 EBTS, refer to the SRSC GEN 4 EBTS section of the EBTS System Manual (6881099E10).
  • Page 74: Junction Panels

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Junction Panels Most of the intercabling is accomplished on the junction panel located at the top-rear of the equipment cabinet. Figure 4-2 shows the junction panel. The junction panel is accessed from the rear of the cabinet. All intercabinet cabling runs up and out the top of each cabinet into the cable tray assembly.
  • Page 75 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections 6-10 Channel Cavity Omni Site Cables Table 4-2 lists the required cables for a 6-10 channel cavity omni site. Table 4-26-10 Channel Cavity Omni Site Intercabling Cable PN Description Qty.
  • Page 76: Table 4-3 11-15 Channel Cavity Omni Site Intercabling

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections 11-15 Channel Cavity Omni Site Cables Table 4-3 lists the required cables for an 11-15 channel cavity omni site. Table 4-3 11-15 Channel Cavity Omni Site Intercabling Cable PN Description Qty.
  • Page 77: Table 4-4 16-20 Channel Cavity Omni Site Intercabling

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections 16-20 Channel Cavity Omni Site Cables Table 4-4 lists the required cables for a 16-20 channel cavity omni site. Table 4-4 16-20 Channel Cavity Omni Site Intercabling Cable PN Description Qty.
  • Page 78: 800 Mhz Duplexed Rfds Intercabinet Cabling

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Sectored Site Cables Table 4-5 lists the required cables for a three sectored site. Table 4-5 Sectored Site Intercabling Cable PN Description Qty. Connection 0112004Z29 Ethernet to RF Cabinet #1 Site controller 0112004Z29 Ethernet...
  • Page 79: 800 Mhz Duplex Hybrid Expansion Rfds Intercabinet Cabling

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Sectored Site Cables Table 4-7 lists the required cables for a three-sectored site. Table 4-7 Sectored Site Intercabling Cable PN Description Qty. Connection 0112004Z29 Ethernet to RF Cabinet #1 Site controller 0112004Z29 Ethernet...
  • Page 80: 800 Mhz Gen 4 Duplexed Rfds And 900 Mhz Duplexed Rfds Intercabinet Cabling

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections 9-12 Channel Duplex Hybrid Expansion Site Cables Table 4-9 lists the required cables for a 9-12 channel duplex hybrid expansion site. Table 4-9 9-12 Channel Duplex Hybrid Expansion Intercabling Cable PN Description Qty.
  • Page 81: Table 4-10 1-6 Channel 800 Mhz Gen 4 / 900 Mhz Rfds Site Intercabling

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections 1-6 Channel GEN 4 or 900 MHz RFDS Site Cables Table 4-10 lists the required cables for a 1-6 channel GEN 4 or 900 MHz RFDS site. Table 4-10 1-6 Channel 800 MHz GEN 4 / 900 MHz RFDS Site Intercabling Cable PN Description Qty.
  • Page 82: Table 4-12 13-18 Channel 800 Mhz Gen 4 Rfds Expansion Intercabling

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections 13-18 Channel 800 MHz GEN 4 RFDS Expansion Site Cables Table 4-12 lists the required cables for a 13-18 channel GEN 4 RFDS expansion site. Table 4-12 13-18 Channel 800 MHz GEN 4 RFDS Expansion Intercabling Cable PN Description Qty.
  • Page 83: Table 4-13 19/20 Channel 800 Mhz Gen 4 Rfds Expansion Intercabling

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections 19/20 Channel 800 MHz GEN 4 RFDS Expansion Site Cables Table 4-13 lists the required cables for a 19/20 channel GEN 4 RFDS expansion site. Table 4-13 19/20 Channel 800 MHz GEN 4 RFDS Expansion Intercabling Cable PN Description Qty.
  • Page 84: Mhz/1 Pps Intercabling

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections 5 MHz/1 PPS Intercabling CAUTION CAUTION A POWERED-DOWN BR CONNECTED TO THE 5 MHZ/1 PPS SYSTEM CAN DEGRADE THE 5 MHZ/1 PPS SIGNAL FOR THE OTHER BRS, POSSIBLY CAUSING MALFUNCTIONS. BEFORE POWERING-DOWN A BR, ALWAYS FIRST DISCONNECT THE BR FROM THE 5 MHZ/1 PPS SYSTEM.
  • Page 85 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections In sectored sites with multiple RF Cabinets serving a single sector, do not drive all cabinets within a single sector from the same output. The following examples illustrate possible RF Cabinet 5 MHz/1 PPS intercabling that balances the BR load and provides site reference output redundancy within a sector.
  • Page 86 Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Example 3 — Assume a 20-BR omni site with four RFCs, each containing five BRs. The table below shows a proper distribution of the site reference outputs to the RFCs. Omni 20 Output RFC 1 (5 BRs)
  • Page 87: Table 4-14 5 Mhz/1 Pps Intercabling

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Table 4-14 5 MHz/1 PPS intercabling Perform Cabling System/Site Type RF Cabinet Configuration As Shown In: DUPLEXED RFDS 1-5 Channel Omni 1 Main RF Cabinet Figure 4-3 5-8 Channel Duplex Hybrid 1 Main RF Cabinet Figure 4-4 Expansion...
  • Page 88: Figure 4-3 5 Mhz/1 Pps Connections For Single Rf Cabinet Omni Sites

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections 0909906D01 0909906D01 T erminators T erminator 0112004Z29 OUT 3 OUT 2 OUT 1 10B2-3 10B2-2 10B2-1 TX OUT GPS A GPS B ETHERNET ALARM BMR ANT GPS A GPS B ETHERNET 5 MHz/1PPS (GROUNDED)
  • Page 89: Figure 4-6 5 Mhz/ 1Pps Connections For Omni Sites Using More

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections 0909906D01 T erminator 0112004Z29 0112004Z29 ETHERNET ALARM BMR ANT GPS A GPS B ETHERNET ALARM BMR ANT GPS A GPS B ETHERNET 5 MHz/1PPS (GROUNDED) TX OUT ETHERNET 5 MHz/1PPS (GROUNDED) TX OUT ISOLATED GROUND...
  • Page 90: Ethernet Intercabling

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections 0909906D01 T erminator 0112004Z29 0112004Z29 0112004Z29 ALARM ALARM ALARM ETHERNET 5 MHz/1PPS ETHERNET 5 MHz/1PPS ETHERNET 5 MHz/1PPS CAUTION: DO NOT CONNECT THE ETHERNET CABLES CAUTION: DO NOT CONNECT THE ETHERNET CABLES CAUTION: DO NOT CONNECT THE ETHERNET CABLES TO ANY OTHER PORTS;...
  • Page 91 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Starting at the first RF Cabinet, daisy-chain connect cables (PN 0112004Z29) from the ETHERNET OUT connectors to the ETHERNET IN connectors on each cabinet junction panel in accordance with Table 4-15 and Figures 4-9 through 4-12, as applicable.
  • Page 92: Table 4-15 Ethernet Intercabling

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Table 4-15 Ethernet intercabling Perform Cabling System/Site Type RF Cabinet Configuration As Shown In: DUPLEXED RFDS 1-5 Channel Omni 1 Main RF Cabinet Figure 4-9 5-8 Channel Duplex Hybrid 1 Main RF Cabinet Figure 4-10 Expansion...
  • Page 93: Figure 4-10 Ethernet Connections For 2 Rf Cabinet Omni Expansion Sites

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections 0909906D01 T erminator 0112004Z29 OUT 3 OUT 2 OUT 1 10B2-3 10B2-2 10B2-1 TX OUT GPS A GPS B ETHERNET ALARM BMR ANT GPS A GPS B ETHERNET 5 MHz/1PPS (GROUNDED) TX OUT 5MHz/1PPS...
  • Page 94: Figure 4-11 Ethernet Connections For Sites Using 3 Or More Rf Cabinets

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections 0112004Z29 0112004Z29 OUT 3 OUT 2 OUT 1 10B2-3 10B2-2 10B2-1 TX OUT GPS A GPS B ETHERNET ALARM BMR ANT GPS A GPS B ETHERNET 5 MHz/1PPS (GROUNDED) TX OUT 5MHz/1PPS ETHERNET...
  • Page 95: Alarm Intercabling

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Alarm Intercabling Cabinet equipment alarm connections are made between the RF Cabinets and the Environmental Alarm System (EAS/EAS2). The location of the alarm connection for the RF Cabinet depends on the type of RF Distribution System (RFDS) that is being used.
  • Page 96 Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Alarm Intercabling for SRRC For alarm intercabling information for the SRRC, refer to the SRSC GEN 4 EBTS section of the EBTS System Manual. (on CD: 98P80800A17.) Alarm Intercabling for SRSC For alarm intercabling information specific to the SRSC, refer to the SRSC GEN 4 EBTS section of the EBTS System Manual.
  • Page 97: Table 4-16 Alarm Intercabling

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Table 4-16 Alarm intercabling Perform Cabling System/Site Type Intercabling Connections As Shown In: 800 MHz DUPLEXED RFDS (0182020V06 and earlier) 1-5 Channel Omni • EAS/EAS2 RF#1 to Main RFC ALARM Figure 4-13 connector 5-8 Channel Duplex Hybrid Expansion...
  • Page 98 Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Table 4-16 Alarm intercabling — continued Perform Cabling System/Site Type Intercabling Connections As Shown In: 19/20 Channel Omni Expansion • EAS/EAS2 RF#1 to Main RFC alarm connector Figure 4-14 on Rx Tray •...
  • Page 99 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Table 4-16 Alarm intercabling — continued Perform Cabling System/Site Type Intercabling Connections As Shown In: 800 MHz CAVITY COMBINING RFDS 1-5 Channel Omni • EAS/EAS2 RF#1 to Main RFC ALARM Figure 4-15 connector on Power Supply Tray 6-10 Channel Omni Expansion...
  • Page 100: Figure 4-13 Alarm Connections For 800 Mhz Duplexed Rfds

    RF CABINET #3 USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B PARALLEL SERIAL PARALLEL SERIAL CONTROL RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 Motorola -48V , 1.0A ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM RF#1 RF#1 RF#2 RF#2 RF#3 RF#3 -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B CONTROL PARALLEL...
  • Page 101: Figure 4-14 Alarm Connections For Gen 4 Rfds / 900 Mhz Duplexed Rfds Sites

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Figure 4-14 Alarm Connections for GEN 4 RFDS / 900 MHz Duplexed RFDS Sites 4-35 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 102: Figure 4-15 Alarm Connections For Cavity Combining Rfds Omni Sites

    EXPANSION RF CABINET #2 USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B PARALLEL SERIAL PARALLEL SERIAL CONTROL RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 Motorola -48V , 1.0A ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B CONTROL MOTOROLA PARALLEL PARALLEL...
  • Page 103: Figure 4-16 Alarm Connections For Cavity Combining Rfds Sectored Sites

    RF CABINET #3 USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B PARALLEL SERIAL PARALLEL SERIAL CONTROL RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 Motorola -48V , 1.0A ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B CONTROL PARALLEL PARALLEL MOTOROLA ENVIRONMENTAL...
  • Page 104: Figure 4-17 Alarm Connections (Systems With 4-8 Rf Racks)

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B CONTROL PARALLEL PARALLEL MOTOROLA ENVIRONMENTAL USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL ALARM SYSTEM INPUT: -48V , 1.0A EAS2 USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B...
  • Page 105: Primary Control Channel Redundancy Intercabling

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Primary Control Channel Redundancy Intercabling On a cavity combining RFDS, additional signaling connections must be made for Primary Control Channel (PCCH) redundancy. There is a PCCH redundancy control cable for each RF Cabinet used in the system. The red wire is routed to RF Cabinet 1, the blue wire is routed to RF Cabinet 2, and the green wire is routed to RF Cabinet 3.
  • Page 106: Gps Antennas

    “user” alarm/control interface. USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B PARALLEL SERIAL PARALLEL SERIAL CONTROL RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 Motorola -48V , 1.0A ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM iSC403 102600JNM -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B CONTROL PARALLEL PARALLEL MOTOROLA USER ALARM/CONTROL...
  • Page 107: Figure 4-19 Eas/Eas2 To Punch Block 1 And Punch Block 2 Connections

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B CONTROL PARALLEL PARALLEL MOTOROLA ENVIRONMENTAL USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL ALARM SYSTEM -48V , 0.5A INPUT: EAS2 USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B...
  • Page 108: Figure 4-20 Eas/Eas2 Rear Panel Connectors

    USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B PARALLEL SERIAL PARALLEL SERIAL CONTROL RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 Motorola -48V , 1.0A ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B CONTROL PARALLEL PARALLEL MOTOROLA ENVIRONMENTAL USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL...
  • Page 109: Table 4-17 User Alarm Inputs

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections EAS/EAS2 Alarm / Control Connector Pinouts Typically, USER ALARM / CONTROL and SYSTEM ALARM CONTROL connectors connect to the site alarm wiring using a punchblock. The tables that follow list EAS/EAS2 connector pinouts and functions: •...
  • Page 110: Table 4-18 System Alarm Inputs

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Table 4-18 System Alarm Inputs Alarm Code P10 (SYSTEM ALARM / CONTROL) Pin No. Function EAS (D-SUB 50 CONN.) EAS2 (CHAMP 50 CONN.) Signal (Live) Signal (Live) RETURN Connection RETURN Connection reserved for system use...
  • Page 111: Table 4-19 Internal Alarm Inputs

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Table 4-19 Internal Alarm Inputs Alarm Code EAS/EAS2 Connector Function Signal (Live) Ground Connection Connection P5 (CONTROL) Pin No. Control Cabinet circuit breaker P6 (RFI#1) Pin No. RF Cabinet 1 circuit breaker RF Cabinet 1 combination/mc amplifier RF Cabinet 1 combination/mc power supply RF Cabinet 1 Tower Top Amplifier...
  • Page 112: Table 4-20 User Relay Outputs

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Table 4-20 User Relay Outputs P9 (USER ALARM / CONTROL) Pin No. Alarm Code. Contact EAS2 Function customer defined output customer defined output NC = Normnally Closed; NO = Normally Open. NOTE: Table 4-21 System Relay Outputs P10 (SYSTEM ALARM /...
  • Page 113: Table 4-22 Internal Relay Outputs

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Table 4-22 Internal Relay Outputs Alarm Code Contact P5 (CONTROL) Pin No. Function output, RF Relay Cabinet output, RF Relay Cabinet output, RF Relay Cabinet NO = Normally Open. NOTE: EAS/EAS2 Connector Pinouts EAS/EAS2 connectors and punch block information appear in Table 4-23.
  • Page 114 Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Table 4-23 Punch block pinouts — continued Punch Alarm EAS/EAS2 block EAS/EAS2 standard code connector pairs alarm connection System/Alarm Control 23, 48 reserved for system use User Alarm/Control 7, 32 customer defined input User Alarm/Control 22, 47...
  • Page 115 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Table 4-23 Punch block pinouts — continued Punch Alarm EAS/EAS2 block EAS/EAS2 standard code connector pairs alarm connection RF #2 5, 8 RF Cabinet 2 combination/mc power supply RF #2 7, 4 RF Cabinet 2 Tower Top Amplifier...
  • Page 116 Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Table 4-23 Punch block pinouts — continued Punch Alarm EAS/EAS2 block EAS/EAS2 standard code connector pairs alarm connection 253* System/Alarm Control 26, 2, 1 reserved for system use 254* System/Alarm Control 28, 4, 3 reserved for system use...
  • Page 117: Figure 4-21 Punch Block Jumpering Examples

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Punch block 2 Alarm signal pairs (left side) Punch block 1 code EAS function (NOTE) signal pairs (right side) RFC #4 circuit breaker PUNCH BLOCK 1 PUNCH BLOCK 2 Punch block 2 Alarm signal pairs (left side)
  • Page 118: Table 4-24 Punch Block 1 (System Alarm) Pinouts

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Table 4-24 Punch block 1 (system alarm) pinouts Punch block 2 Alarm signal pairs (left side) Punch block 1 code EAS/EAS2 function (NOTE) signal pairs (right side) reserved for system use Site entry Site high ambient temperature Site low ambient temperature...
  • Page 119 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Table 4-24 Punch block 1 (system alarm) pinouts — continued Punch block 2 Alarm signal pairs (left side) Punch block 1 code EAS/EAS2 function (NOTE) signal pairs (right side) Major rectifier failure Generator remote start RFC #4 combiner/multicoupler...
  • Page 120: Table 4-25 Punch Block 2 (User Alarm) Pinouts

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Table 4-25 Punch block 2 (user alarm) pinouts Punch block 2 Alarm signal pairs (left side) Punch block 2 code EAS/EAS2 function (NOTE) signal pairs (right side) customer-defined input customer-defined input RFC #8 circuit breaker RFC #8 combiner/multicoupler...
  • Page 121 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Table 4-25 Punch block 2 (user alarm) pinouts — continued Punch block 2 Alarm signal pairs (left side) Punch block 2 code EAS/EAS2 function (NOTE) signal pairs (right side) RFC #6 combiner/multicoupler amplifier RFC #6 combiner/multicoupler...
  • Page 122: Site Controller To Telephone Network T1/E1 Cabling

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections Table 4-26 EAS/EAS2 modular alarm connection pinouts Alarm code Connector Pins EAS/EAS2 function RF #3 1, 2 RFC 3 circuit breaker RF #3 3, 6 RFC 3 combiner/multicoupler amplifier RF #3 5, 8 RFC 3 combiner/multicoupler power supply...
  • Page 123: Figure 4-22 Telco (T1/E1) Interface With The System

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections 8 CONDUCTOR MODULAR CABLE DEMARC POINT T1/E1 PHONELINE SURGE SMART JACK ARRESTOR NETWORK TELCO MAINTAINED CUSTOMER MAINTAINED iSC028 031999JNM Figure 4-22 Telco (T1/E1) interface with the system The Telco interface should have been installed according to the Pre-installation chapter.
  • Page 124: Site Controller And Iden Smartjack Option Setting Requirements

    Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections RJ45 SHIELDED RJ45 SHIELDED CONNECTOR PLUG CONNECTOR PLUG 2-4 TWISTED PAIR SHIELDED 24-26 GAGE CABLE LENGTH SIDE VIEW OF CABLE 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 P1 PINOUT P2 PINOUT TWISTED PAIR 3-NC...
  • Page 125 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections ESF Framing: iDEN requires ESF framing to operate. Intermediate network elements may be configured to automatically switch between SF and ESF framing. This process delays circuit restoration, and is difficult to detect without monitoring using appropriate test equipment.
  • Page 126 Chapter 4 Installation Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Intercabling Connections CAUTION CAUTION THE SURGE ARRESTOR INSTALLED ON THE SITE CONTROLLER SIDE OF THE SMARTJACK WILL ATTEMPT TO CLAMP THE 48VDC TO APPROXIMATELY 8VDC, WHICH WILL DISRUPT SITE CONTROLLER OPERATION. IF THIS CONDITION CONTINUES, THE SURGE ARRESTOR MAY BE DAMAGED AND ISOLATED FROM THE REST OF THE CIRCUIT.
  • Page 127 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 4 Installation Intercabling Connections Code Enable/Disable To enable iDEN operators or telcos to activate ESF loopback of the Smartjack, the option Code Enable / Disable must be on/enabled in some Smartjacks. This option does not have any direct effect on the operation of iDEN equipment.
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  • Page 129: Chapter 5 Final Checkout

    Final Chapter 5 Checkout Chapter Overview This chapter describes the final checkout procedures to be performed after installation of the EBTS equipment is complete. Refer to the EBTS System Manual (on CD: 98P80800A17) for the final checkout of non-site control equipment.
  • Page 130: Final Checkout Setup

    Chapter 5 Final Checkout Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Final Checkout Setup Final Checkout Setup The following procedures should be performed after installation of the site controller is complete. This Final Checkout procedure ensures the proper operation of the site controller. On the Cabinet, set all circuit breakers to OFF.
  • Page 131: Powering The Site Controller Rack

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 5 Final Checkout Powering the Site Controller Rack Powering the Site Controller Rack On the Power Supply Rack Cabinet Breaker Panel, set breakers ACGA and ACGB to ON. This supplies power to the Controllers A and B. Refer to Figure 5-2. "A"...
  • Page 132: Circuit Breakers

    Chapter 5 Final Checkout Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Circuit Breakers Circuit Breakers Breaker panels are always shipped fully configured whether the Note: equipment each circuit breaker controls is installed or not. This procedure requires all breakers to be set to the ON position to prevent the triggering of the breaker alarm indication.
  • Page 133: Chapter 6 System Testing

    System Chapter 6 Testing Chapter Overview This chapter provides testing procedures for the site controller. The following table lists this chapter’s topics. Section Page This section . . . Testing Overview describes the requirements for MMI commands and testing procedures Site Controller contains testing procedures for the site Verification...
  • Page 134: Testing Overview

    Field Replaceable Unit (FRU). This minimizes system downtime by quickly returning the site to normal operation. Ship faulty FRUs to a Motorola depot facility for servicing. Note: MMI commands Service technicians can communicate with the system through Man- Machine Interface (MMI) commands and a service computer.
  • Page 135 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing Site Controller Verification Site Controller Verification The cabinet verification consists of: Section Page This section . . . Site Controller describes the Site Controller start up Verification sequence and configuration Loading the Base 6-12 describes how to download the application...
  • Page 136: Site Controller Verification

    Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Verification Site Controller Test Equipment Table 6-1 lists the recommended test equipment for the site controller. This test equipment only applies to the site controller testing procedure. Table 6-1 Test equipment for cabinet testing Equipment Model/type...
  • Page 137: Site Controller Startup Sequence

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing Site Controller Verification Connect an RS-232 cable from the serial port on the service computer to “Service Access” connector on the front of Controller A. Apply power to the service computer. After the service computer initializes, the first prompt on the screen identifies the hard drive name.
  • Page 138 After the self-test is complete on Controller A, verify that the following messages appear on the service computer terminal: Access Controller Gateway Firmware Rev RXX.XX.XX (PowerPC) Copyright (c) 2000 Motorola, Inc. Unauthorized Access Prohibited Current status: Active/Standby Status: UNKNOWN MAC Address: XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX To enter configuration mode, hit any key within 10 seconds:...
  • Page 139: E1/T1 Configuration

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing Site Controller Verification At the ACG# prompt, type: status This command checks the current status of Controller A. ACG# status Active/Standby Status: ACTIVE MAC Address: XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX Standby ACG MAC Address (No Standby ACG) E1/T1 Configuration To configure the site controller for E1, enter “net e”...
  • Page 140 Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Verification net b Setting -7.5dB -15dB The default line build out setting for each port is 0. Example: Change line build out to -7.5dB ACG# net b Line build out for port 0 [0]: 1 Line build out for port 1 [0]: 1 Line build out for port 2 [0]: 1 Line build out for port 3 [0]: 1...
  • Page 141: Acg# Help

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing Site Controller Verification ACG# help Available commands: • config -Change configuration parameters • date -Read/Set system clock • -Set/Clear/Show debug flags • -Show file directory • exit -Exit configuration mode •...
  • Page 142 At the ACG# prompt, type: install After it is initialized, the following message is displayed: ACG# install NVRAM is o.k. - calc = 1373883506, stored = 1373883506 Integrated Site Controller Copyright Motorola Inc. 2000 Software Version: RXX.XX.XX-ACG_INSTALL Active/Standby Status: ACTIVE...
  • Page 143 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing Site Controller Verification Site Controller Install Commands At the iSC> prompt, type: help This entry displays commands associated with the site controller. iSC> help help quit display eas display gps alarms ping gps status gps display temp...
  • Page 144: Loading The Base Radios

    Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Loading the Base Radios Loading the Base Radios The Base Radio (BR) software must be downloaded to each legacy BR. The software automatically transfers to each legacy BR connected to the site controller.
  • Page 145 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing Loading the Base Radios Verify that the BR receiving the download is in the proper cabinet and position. A failure in downloading to the proper BR cabinet and position indicates that the BR has been mis-programmed. Otherwise, a failed download might indicate that the cabinet is installed improperly.
  • Page 146: Standby Site Controller Status

    Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Standby Site Controller Status Standby Site Controller Status To check the status of the standby Controller, use the following procedure. At the iSC> prompt, type: ping standby Verify the following message on the service computer: iSC>...
  • Page 147: Base Radio Registration

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing Base Radio Registration Base Radio Registration Checking Base Radio connectivity At the iSC> prompt, type: ping br All Base Radios connected on the ethernet will be pinged. Quad BR must be switched to test mode, by performing diagnostic Note: reset (press reset button located on the BR front panel and follow on screen instructions), in order to communicate with iSC.
  • Page 148 Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Base Radio Registration Cab/Pos number will not be displayed for Quad BRs with invalid cabinet/ position number and BRs that don’t respond successfully. iSC> ping br Cab/Pos Ethernet Address Platform --------- --------------------- -------------...
  • Page 149: T1 Connection Test

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing T1 Connection Test T1 Connection Test The T1 connection test requires an external test set capable of generating a Quasi Random Signal Sequence (QRSS) bit pattern. The test set must also have the ability to perform a loop-back test.
  • Page 150: Figure 6-2 T1 Test Connections

    Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual T1 Connection Test TEST SET 8 CONDUCTOR MODULAR CABLE DEMARC POINT TEST CABLE FACILITY TX/RCV T1 PHONELINE SURGE SMART JACK SUPPRESSOR NETWORK TELCO MAINTAINED CUSTOMER MAINTAINED DISCONNECTED CABLE iSC060 052296JNM Figure 6-2 T1 test connections Disconnect the Telco SmartJack from the Telco surge arrestor.
  • Page 151 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing T1 Connection Test Do not use the test set Loop Code switches. Pressing Loop Up or Note: Loop Down affects the loop-back test. At the prompt, type: loop [line #] This command displays the following message on the service computer: iSC>...
  • Page 152: Remotely Looping Back The T1 Site Controller For Ber Testing

    Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Remotely Looping Back the T1 Site Controller for BER Testing Remotely Looping Back the T1 Site Controller for BER Testing SR7.0 or later Boot ROM software provides T1 loop-back features not available in previous releases.
  • Page 153: Three Different Ways To Start And Stop A T1 Line Loop-Back On The Site Controller

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing Remotely Looping Back the T1 Site Controller for BER Testing Three Different Ways to Start and Stop a T1 Line Loop-Back on the Site Controller Inband Line Loop-Back A craftsperson inserts a T1 test set into the line going to the site controller. The test box then sends a loop-up code, consisting of a repeating 00001 pattern, across the entire T1 frame.
  • Page 154: Starting And Stopping Loop-Backs

    Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Remotely Looping Back the T1 Site Controller for BER Testing The T1.403, T1 payload loop-up and down commands transmit on the T1 Extended Super Frame Facility Data Link. The payload loop-up, bit-oriented message is 00010100 11111111, with the right most bit transmitted first.
  • Page 155: Remotely Looping Back The E1 Site Controller For Ber Testing

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing Remotely Looping Back the E1 Site Controller for BER Testing Remotely Looping Back the E1 Site Controller for BER Testing SR7.0 or later boot ROM software provides E1 loop-back features not available in previous releases of software.
  • Page 156: Front Panel Line Loop-Back Switch

    Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Remotely Looping Back the E1 Site Controller for BER Testing So that the site controller can recognize the 00001 code word, AMI line coding must be used. AMI encoding allows a string of four zeros to be transmitted.
  • Page 157: Eas/Eas2 Alarm Checkout

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing EAS/EAS2 Alarm Checkout EAS/EAS2 Alarm Checkout The following procedure verifies correct wiring of alarms monitored by the EAS/EAS2. At the iSC> prompt, type: display eas The service computer displays information similar to the following: 6-25 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 158 Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual EAS/EAS2 Alarm Checkout iSC>display eas CODE DESCRIPTION Control cabinet circuit breaker o.k. RF cabinet 1 circuit breaker o.k. RF cabinet 1 combiner /multicoupler Amplifier o.k. RF cabinet 1 combiner/multicoupler power supply o.k.
  • Page 159: Table 6-4 Alarm Action And Alarm Responses

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing EAS/EAS2 Alarm Checkout The tower top amplifier response (codes 228, 232, and 236) to the Note: display eas command is only returned on systems containing a cavity combining RF Distribution System. To verify a particular alarm, perform the proper action to trigger it.
  • Page 160 Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual EAS/EAS2 Alarm Checkout Table 6-4 Alarm action and alarm responses — continued If you do this . . . Then this alarm triggers . . . Switch off the RFS1 breaker of RFC2 RFC 2 circuit breaker and combiner/ multicoupler power supply Switch off the RFS1 breaker of RFC3...
  • Page 161: Gps Status

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing GPS Status GPS Status Use these procedures to verify the Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) status. At the iSC> prompt, type: ping gps or display gps alarms Verify the following information is displayed on the service computer: iSC>...
  • Page 162 Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual GPS Status The controller is on line when the green ACTIVE LED on the controller is lit. If the standby or active controller lists the Satellite tracking as NOT ADEQUATE, make sure: •...
  • Page 163: Site Reference

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 6 System Testing Site Reference Site Reference The site reference outputs provide a timing reference and a frequency reference to the base radios. The timing reference is one pulse per second (1PPS) derived from the GPS receiver. The frequency reference is a 5 MHz signal from a high stability oscillator.
  • Page 164: Figure 6-3 Site Reference - 25% And 75% Duty Cycle Pulse Mask

    Chapter 6 System Testing Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Reference 135 nSec 2.0V 0.8V nSec 25% DUTY CYCLE nSec 2.0V 0.8V 135 nSec 75% DUTY CYCLE iSC092 100296JNM Figure 6-3 Site Reference - 25% and 75% duty cycle pulse mask 6-32 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 165: Chapter Overview

    System Chapter 7 Troubleshooting Chapter Overview This chapter provides troubleshooting procedures for the system. The following table lists this chapter’s topics Section Page This section . . . Controller defines the possible failures and corrective actions for failure symptoms of the Controller EAS/EAS2 Unit defines the possible failures and corrective actions for failure symptoms of the EAS/EAS2...
  • Page 166 If a failure is isolated to the FRU level, the suspected module should be replaced with a new one. This restores the system to normal operation as quickly as possible. Suspected FRUs should be shipped to a Motorola repair depot for repair. 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 167: Controller

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 7 System Troubleshooting Controller Controller Table 7-1 Controller Troubleshooting Indication Possible failure Corrective action status gps MMI command response: Antenna, cables, surge • Check antenna, cables, and surge Satellite tracking mode on all arrestors, RFI arrestors before replacing the channels is less than 8.
  • Page 168: Table 7-1 Controller Troubleshooting

    Chapter 7 System Troubleshooting Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Controller Table 7-1 Controller Troubleshooting Indication Possible failure Corrective action Yellow Alarm LED is lit Controller is receiving an • Check for proper operation of external alarm from the far end. site equipment.
  • Page 169 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 7 System Troubleshooting Controller Table 7-1 Controller Troubleshooting Indication Possible failure Corrective action display gps alarms response Self-test ALARM Replace the Controller. GPS Software Version Replace the Controller. ALARM GPS Communications Replace the Controller. ALARM Online fault ALARM Replace the Controller.
  • Page 170: Eas/Eas2 Unit

    Chapter 7 System Troubleshooting Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual EAS/EAS2 Unit EAS/EAS2 Unit Table 7-2 EAS/EAS2 troubleshooting Indication Possible failure Corrective action EAS/IMU breaker on Cabinet breaker No power connected to EAS/ • Check power source. is on, but POWER LED (green) on EAS2.
  • Page 171: Chapter 8 Software Commands

    Software Chapter 8 Commands Chapter Overview This chapter provides definitions for the Man-Machine Interface (MMI) commands. MMI commands are used to test and configure the system equipment via a service computer. The following table lists this chapter’s topics. MMI Commands describes the MMI commands, including access levels, and conventions Site Controller...
  • Page 172: Mmi Commands

    Chapter 8 Software Commands Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual MMI Commands MMI Commands MMI commands are input from a service computer to the system RS-232 serial port (19200 bps, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity). The RS-232 port is accessed from the site controller Service Access connector.
  • Page 173 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 8 Software Commands MMI Commands The syntax for site controller commands is case sensitive. Each example is shown in the format that should be entered by the operator. Some commands require the use of parameters. If input parameters are not entered, a response is returned identifying the proper syntax for the command.
  • Page 174: Site Controller Commands

    Chapter 8 Software Commands Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Commands Site Controller Commands HELP Syntax: help The 'help' command prints a list of commands and their functions. Example: iSC> help help quit display eas display gps alarms ping gps status gps display temp...
  • Page 175 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 8 Software Commands Site Controller Commands Syntax: The 'ver' command prints the Install/Test application software version. Example: iSC> ver iSC3 Factory Install R09.02.02-ACG-INSTALL QUIT Syntax: quit The 'quit' command resets the site controller to exit the Install/Test application.
  • Page 176 Chapter 8 Software Commands Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Commands Example: iSC> display eas CODE DESCRIPTION 50 Pin Telco B: pin 11 alarm 50 Pin Telco B: pin 9 alarm 50 Pin Telco B: pin 27 alarm 50 Pin Telco B: pin 25 alarm DISPLAY GPS ALARMS...
  • Page 177 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 8 Software Commands Site Controller Commands The 'ping gps' command lists the operation status of the CPS. Example: iSC> ping gps on line Satellite Tracking Status site sync down Frequency Lock Status notlocked. Alarm status STATUS GPS Syntax:...
  • Page 178 Chapter 8 Software Commands Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Commands DISPLAY TEMP Syntax: display temp The command 'display temp' displays the temperature of the site controller in degrees Centigrade. Example: iSC> display temp GPS Temperature OK at 34 deg C PING STANDBY Syntax: ping standby...
  • Page 179 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 8 Software Commands Site Controller Commands Example: iSC> switch isc switch iSC accomplished, please switch your service terminal to the newly activated iSC to continue with your diagnostics. WHOIS ISC Syntax: whois isc The 'whois isc' command displays the MAC addresses of the active and standby site controller, and reports which site controller the user is connected to.
  • Page 180 Chapter 8 Software Commands Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Commands DELOOP Syntax: deloop <line #> The 'deloop' command takes any Tl /E1 line out of a Remote Loopback mode. The line # argument can be any Tl/El line 1 - 4. To deloop all TI/El lines, enter 0 for the line # argument.
  • Page 181 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 8 Software Commands Site Controller Commands iSC> ping br Cab/Pos Ethernet Address Platform ---------- ---------------------- ------------- 08:00:3e:c0:1c:10 Legacy BR 08:00:3e:c0:1c:11 Legacy BR 08:00:3e:c0:1c:12 Legacy BR 08:00:3e:c0:1c:13 Legacy BR 08:00:3e:c0:1c:14 Quad BR 08:00:3e:c0:1c:15 Quad BR 08:00:3e:c0:1c:16 Quad BR 08:00:3e:c0:1c:17...
  • Page 182 Chapter 8 Software Commands Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Commands Quad BR must be switched to the test mode, by pressing the Note: diagnostic reset button located on the BR front panel, in order to communicate with iSC. Refer to System Testing section in Volume 1 (System Installation and Testing) of EBTS manual for more information.
  • Page 183 Controller Chapter 9 Chapter Overview This chapter provides technical information for the Controller. The following table lists this chapter’s topics Section Page This section . . . Controller provides a description Indicators describes the indicators Switches describes the switches Connectors describes the connectors Performance Specifications defines the performance specifications...
  • Page 184: Chapter 9 Controller

    Chapter 9 Controller Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Controller Controller The Site Controller supports the following I/O: One 10 / 100BaseT Ethernet port Three 10Base2 Ethernet ports Four T1 / E1 connections One X.21 connection One IEEE 1284 parallel port (for connecting to the EAS/EAS2) One front panel RS232 MMI Three time / frequency reference outputs RJ45 Serial...
  • Page 185: Indicators

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 9 Controller Controller Indicators Figure 9-3 Front Panel LEDs Table 9-1 Front Panel LED’s LED Name LED Color Function Top Row Power Green ON: Power Supplies are operating and CPU is not in reset mode. OFF: Power supplies are not within tolerance, or the CPU is in reset mode.
  • Page 186: Switches

    Chapter 9 Controller Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Controller Table 9-1 Front Panel LED’s LED Name LED Color Function Bottom Row LOS / OOF ON: Detected T1 / E1 Loss Of Signal or Out -Of-Frame condition. OFF: Normal operation. Yellow Yellow ON: Detected T1 / E1 yellow alarm.
  • Page 187: Connectors

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 9 Controller Controller Table 9-2 Front Panel Switches Switch Name Switch Function Sel / Loop Push to select T1 / E1 span. Push and hold (> 2 seconds) to loop / deloop selected span. Abort / Reset Push for abort.
  • Page 188: Figure 9-4 Controller Rear Connectors

    Chapter 9 Controller Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Controller SITE REF OUT T1/E1 X.21 -48V RTN REDUND SERIAL PARALLEL 10B2-3 10B2-2 10B2-1 10/100B-T iSC400 102600JNM Figure 9-4 Controller rear connectors Table 9-4 Rear Connectors Connector Name Connector Type Connects to... Battery MATE-N-LOK Center pin to -48V battery;...
  • Page 189: Performance Specifications

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 9 Controller Controller Performance Specifications Table 9-5 lists the specifications. Table 9-5 Controller performance specifications Specifications Value or range Input supply voltage range -40 to 60 VDC Power Consumption 30W typical; 40W maximum Operating temperature -30˚...
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  • Page 191 Environmental Chapter 10 Alarm System Chapter Overview This chapter describes the Environmental Alarm System (EAS). The following table lists this chapter’s topics. Section Page This section... EAS Functional 10-2 describes the EAS and its function in the Description EBTS Indicators 10-2 describes EAS indicator functions Performance Specifications...
  • Page 192: Chapter 10 Environmental Alarm System

    Chapter 10 Environmental Alarm System Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual EAS Functional Description EAS Functional Description The EAS provides a central location for site alarm signal processing. The EAS monitors environmental conditions of the site, including AC power, smoke alarms, intrusion alarms, antenna tower lights, etc. Alarm wiring from the EBTS equipment and power supply equipment connects directly to the EAS.
  • Page 193: Performance Specifications

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 10 Environmental Alarm System EAS Functional Description Performance Specifications Table 10-2 lists the EAS specifications. Table 10-2 EAS Performance Specifications Specification Value or Range Input supply voltage -40 to 60 Vdc range Power consumption Typical: 40W Maximum: 50W Operating temperature...
  • Page 194: Figure 10-2 Eas Block Diagram

    Chapter 10 Environmental Alarm System Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual EAS Functional Description The Site Controller and EAS interact in a master/slave relationship. The Site Controller sends commands to the EAS to determine the status of alarm inputs or set the state of control outputs. The EAS, in turn, sends alarm status responses to the Site Controller.
  • Page 195: Connectors

    Figure 10-3 shows the rear view of the EAS. Table 10-3 lists and describes the EAS connectors. USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B PARALLEL SERIAL PARALLEL SERIAL CONTROL RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 Motorola -48V , 1.0A ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM iSC411 103100JNM Figure 10-3 EAS (rear view) 10-5 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 196: Table 10-3 Eas Connectors

    Chapter 10 Environmental Alarm System Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual EAS Functional Description Table 10-3 EAS Connectors Connector Type Description Battery Mate-N-Lok Provides -48Vdc input power and ground connector from Equipment Cabinet Circuit Breaker Panel. Ground stud Provides a connection for the chassis ground.
  • Page 197 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 10 Environmental Alarm System EAS Functional Description Table 10-3 EAS Connectors Connector Type Description Controller B - RJ48 Not used Serial Control RJ48 Alarm connection for the Equipment Cabinet Circuit Breaker Panel. The alarm activates when any breaker trips or is set to the OFF position.
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  • Page 199 Gen 2 Environmental Chapter 11 Alarm System Chapter Overview This chapter describes the Gen 2 Environmental Alarm System (EAS2). The following table lists this chapter’s topics. Section Page This section... EAS2 Functional 11-2 describes the EAS2 and its function in the Description EBTS Indicators...
  • Page 200: Chapter 11 Gen 2 Environmental Alarm System

    Chapter 11 Gen 2 Environmental Alarm System Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual EAS2 Functional Description EAS2 Functional Description The EAS2 provides a central location for site alarm signal processing. The EAS2 monitors environmental conditions of the site, including AC power, smoke alarms, intrusion alarms, antenna tower lights, etc.
  • Page 201: Performance Specifications

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 11 Gen 2 Environmental Alarm System EAS2 Functional Description Performance Specifications Table 11-2 lists the EAS2 specifications. Table 11-2 EAS2 Performance Specifications Specification Value or Range Input supply voltage -41 to -60 Vdc range Power consumption Typical: 22W...
  • Page 202: Figure 11-2 Eas2 Block Diagram

    Chapter 11 Gen 2 Environmental Alarm System Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual EAS2 Functional Description The Site Controller and EAS2 interact in a master/slave relationship. The Site Controller sends commands to the EAS2 to determine the status of alarm inputs or set the state of control outputs. The EAS2, in turn, sends alarm status responses to the Site Controller.
  • Page 203: Connectors

    Connectors Figure 11-3 shows the rear view of the EAS2. Table 11-3 lists and describes the EAS2 connectors. -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B CONTROL PARALLEL PARALLEL MOTOROLA USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM -48V , 0.5A INPUT: iSC413 042202JNM...
  • Page 204: Table 11-3 Eas2 Connectors

    Chapter 11 Gen 2 Environmental Alarm System Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual EAS2 Functional Description Table 11-3 EAS2 Connectors Connector Type Description Battery Mate-N-Lok Provides -48Vdc input power and ground connector from Equipment Cabinet Circuit Breaker Panel. Ground stud Provides a connection for the chassis ground.
  • Page 205 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 11 Gen 2 Environmental Alarm System EAS2 Functional Description Table 11-3 EAS2 Connectors Connector Type Description Controller B - 36-pin IEEE 1284 Provides a parallel link for alarm Parallel commands and responses to Site Controller B.
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  • Page 207 FRU Replacement Chapter 12 Procedures Chapter Overview Chapter 12 summarizes replacement procedures for the environmental alarm system (EAS/EAS2) and site controller. The following table lists this chapter’s topics. Section Page This section... Environmental Alarm System 12-2 describes procedures for EAS/EAS2 Replacement removal and installation Site Controller Replacement...
  • Page 208: Chapter 12 Fru Replacement Procedures

    Chapter 12 FRU Replacement Procedures Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Environmental Alarm System Replacement Environmental Alarm System Replacement Perform Environmental Alarm System (EAS/EAS2) replacement as described in the following paragraphs. Removal Remove EAS/EAS2 as follows: Remove power from the EAS/EAS2 by setting the Power Supply ON/ OFF switch to the OFF position.
  • Page 209: Site Controller Replacement

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 12 FRU Replacement Procedures Site Controller Replacement Site Controller Replacement Perform Site Controller replacement as described in the following paragraphs. Removal Remove the Site Controller from the Equipment Cabinet as follows: Remove power from the Site Controller by setting the Power Supply ON/ OFF switch to OFF.
  • Page 210: Installation

    Chapter 12 FRU Replacement Procedures Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Replacement Installation Install Site Controller in Equipment Cabinet as follows: If adding a Site Controller, install side rails in the appropriate Site Controller mounting position in the rack. While supporting the Site Controller, slide the Site Controller in the Equipment Cabinet mounting position.
  • Page 211: Gen 3 Site Controller Retrofit

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Chapter 12 FRU Replacement Procedures Gen 3 Site Controller Retrofit Gen 3 Site Controller Retrofit Existing Site Control cabinets containing Gen2 iSCs and an iMU may be retrofitted to have Gen 3 Site Controllers and an EAS/EAS2 installed. The following paragraphs detail the procedures to be used to retrofit Stand Alone Site Control racks.
  • Page 212 Reconnect the power to the rack by turning all applicable breakers NOTICE: Motorola recommends special attention to the following procedures for successful and safe installation of retrofit Gen 3 Site Controllers. Note: The complete instructions and wiring diagrams for the retrofit are contained within this manual.
  • Page 213: Appendix A Acronyms

    Appendix A Acronyms Appendix A Acronym Definition Acronym Definition Analog-to-Digital Base Radio Controller Amperes Base Site Controller Alternating Current British Thermal Unit Access Controller Gateway B8ZS Bipolar with 8-Zero Substitution Active Control Cabinet American Disabilities Act Carrier Detect Ampere Interrupting Capacity change directory Alarm Indication Signal (Keep Alive) Clock...
  • Page 214 Appendix A Acronyms Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Acronym Definition Acronym Definition Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment Federal Communications Commission DCSPLY DC Supply Facility Data Link degree FIFO First-In, First-Out Dual In-line Package Fixed Network Equipment division freq frequency Direct Memory Access Field Replaceable Unit Dilution of Precision Ground...
  • Page 215 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Appendix A Acronyms Acronym Definition Acronym Definition pounds Power Amplifier Light Emitting Diode Programmable Array Logic Line Interface Unit Personal Computer Link Layer Controller Peripheral Component Interconnect Low Noise Amplifier PCCH Primary Control Channel Loss of Signal PDOP Position Dilution of Precision...
  • Page 216 Appendix A Acronyms Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Acronym Definition Acronym Definition Revolutions Per Minute Voltage - direct current Rack Unit Vp-p Voltage peak-to-peak Receive Watchdog Timer Software Write Protect second Superframe SNMP Simple Network Manangement Protocol Signal Quality Error SRAM Static Random Access Memory Site Reference ISA card...
  • Page 217: Appendix B Parts & Suppliers

    All suppliers and model numbers listed are recommended due to Note: their proven performance record in previous installations. Motorola cannot guarantee the effectiveness of the installation or performance of the system when using other supplier parts. Addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, and other information is presented for each of the recommended suppliers, when possible.
  • Page 218 Appendix B Parts & Suppliers Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Section Page Cabinet mounting hardware Cable connections C-10 Battery system connections C-11 Intercabinet cabling C-14 Equipment cabinet power connections C-16 Other recommended suppliers C-17 Ordering spare parts C-18 Surge arrestors Two types of surge arrestors should be used in the system site, including: AC power and Telco Antenna surge arrestors...
  • Page 219: Rf Attenuators

    702-782-2511 Fax: 702-782-4476 Internet: www.polyphaser.com Motorola has set up several kits that contain the necessary arrestors with proper mounting hardware for the various antenna configurations. Contact your local Motorola representative for these OEM kits. RF attenuators Several RF attenuators are needed at a site to ensure proper receive adjustments.
  • Page 220: Emergency Generator

    Appendix B Parts & Suppliers Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Alan Industries, Inc. 745 Green Way Drive P.O. Box 1203 Columbus, IN 47201 Phone: 800-423-5190 812-372-5909 Fax: 812-372-5909 Internet: www.alanindustries.com Huber + Suhner, Inc. 19 Thompson Drive Essex, VT 05452 Phone: 802-878-0555 Fax: 802-878-9880...
  • Page 221: Portable Generator Connection

    Heavy Duty Receptacle Model 80, Style 2, 200 Amps, manufactured by Crouse-Hinds. Crouse-Hinds, Inc. P.O. Box 4999 Syracuse, NY 13221 Phone: 315 477-7000 Fax: 315 477-5717 GPS evaluation kit The GPS evaluation kit (part number VPEVL0002) is available from Motorola Position and Navigation System Business. 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 222: Gps Antenna Amplifier

    Appendix B Parts & Suppliers Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Motorola Position and Navigation System Business 4000 Commercial Avenue Northbrook, IL 60062 Phone: 847 714-7329 Fax: 847 714-7325 GPS antenna amplifier There are two recommended manufacturers of the GPS antenna amplifiers.
  • Page 223 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Appendix B Parts & Suppliers Intrusion alarm The recommended intrusion alarm is the Sonitrol 29A or equivalent. Sonitrol 211 N. Union St. Suite 350 Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: 800 326-7475 Fax: 703 684-6612 Smoke alarm A recommended smoke alarm is the Sentrol 320CC or equivalent.
  • Page 224: Site Alarm Wiring

    If the cabinets are to be secured to another type of floor, determine the appropriate mounting hardware. Power Supply Rack The Motorola offered Power Supply Rack from Power Conversion Products is available in a standard and an earthquake rack. Power Conversion Products, Inc.
  • Page 225: Cable Connections

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Appendix B Parts & Suppliers anchors (qty. 4) load sharing plates (qty. 2) large square washers (qty. 8) Hendry Telephone Products P.O.Box 998 Goleta, CA 93116 Phone: 805 968-5511 Fax: 805 968-9561 Cable connections The recommended manufacturer for all wire lugs used during site installation is Thomas &...
  • Page 226: Battery System Connections

    Appendix B Parts & Suppliers Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Selecting master ground bar lugs Table B-1 identifies recommended part numbers for wire lugs used to connect chassis ground wiring to the master ground bar from each cabinet. Table B-1 Recommended master ground bar lugs Wire size Wire type...
  • Page 227: Table B-3 Battery System Wire Size

    Two different battery systems are offered with the system. The Dynasty system is a low to medium capacity, field expandable system supplied for smaller sites or sites with minimal backup hour requirements. This system is custom designed to Motorola specifications. The Dynasty system is manufactured by Johnson Controls: Johnson Controls...
  • Page 228: Table B-4 Power Supply Rack Connection Lugs

    Appendix B Parts & Suppliers Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual GNB Technologies 829 Parkview Boulevard Lombard, IL 60148 Phone: 708 629-5200 Phone: 800 872-0471 Fax: 708 629-2635 Refer to Table B-4 to determine the proper wire lug for the connection of that wire to the Power Supply Rack.
  • Page 229: Intercabinet Cabling

    108" long, BNC male-to-BNC Male, RG400 cable 0112004Z29 210" long, 8-pin modular plug cable 3084225N42 186" long, PCCH redundancy control cable 3082070X01 phasing harness 0182004W04 All part numbers are Motorola. NOTE: * Per RF Cabinet. ** Per Control Cabinet. B-13 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 230: Table B-7 Parts For Ethernet And 5 Mhz Cables

    8-pin female-to-female adaptor as required locally procured Motorola does not guarantee proper operation of system if longer PCCH cable NOTE: is used. All part numbers are Motorola. B-14 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 231: Equipment Cabinet Power Connections

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Appendix B Parts & Suppliers Equipment cabinet power connections Selecting power connection lugs Table B-10 identifies recommended part numbers for lugs used for power connections between the Power Supply Rack and the Control and RF Cabinets.
  • Page 232: Other Recommended Suppliers

    Appendix B Parts & Suppliers Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual For a standard configuration, the equipment cabinets are located adjacent to the Power Supply Rack with a cable loop length less than 35’. Table B-11 Power connection wire size Loop length Wire size 25 feet or less...
  • Page 233: Ordering Spare Parts

    Quarterdeck Select Corporation P.O. Box 18049 Clearwater, FL 34622-9969 Phone: 800-683-6696 Fax: 813-532-4222 Internet: www.Qdeck.com Ordering spare parts Motorola Inc. America’s Part Division Attn: Order Processing 1313 E. Algonquin Road Schaumburg, IL 60196 Phone: 800-422-4210 (sales/technical support) Fax: 847-538-8198 B-17...
  • Page 234 Appendix B Parts & Suppliers Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Newark Electronics Call for a local phone number in your area to order parts Phone: 800-463-9275 (catalog sales) 773-784-5100 Fax: 847-310-0275 Internet: www.newark.com B-18 68P80801E30-A 5/1/2002...
  • Page 235: Appendix C Cabling Diagrams

    Appendix C Cabling Diagrams Appendix C Overview This appendix provides cabling information for the site controller using the site controller Junction and Circuit Breaker Panels. For SRRC cabling diagrams, refer to the SRSC GEN 4 EBTS section of the EBTS System Manual. (on CD: 98P80800A17.) For SRSC cabling diagrams, refer to the SRSC GEN 4 EBTS section of the EBTS System Manual.
  • Page 236: Site Controller Cabling

    Appendix C Cabling Diagrams Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Cabling Site Controller Cabling Site controller cabling refers to the cable connections between the Circuit Breaker Panel, Junction Panel, EAS/EAS2, Controller A, and Controller B. Table C-1 identifies and Figure C-1 and Figure C-2 show standard T1 site controller cabling.
  • Page 237 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Appendix C Cabling Diagrams Site Controller Cabling Table C-1 T1 Site Controller cabling — continued Index Part number number From Notes 5882669Y01 10B2-3 connector on BNC Y-connector Controller B 3013943N19 Y-Connector on Y-Connector on Controller A 10B2-1 Controller B 10B2-1 connector...
  • Page 238 Appendix C Cabling Diagrams Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Cabling Table C-1 T1 Site Controller cabling — continued Index Part number number From Notes 3013943N05 Site Ref Out - 3 Site Ref Out - 3 Y-connector on Connector on Controller A Controller B...
  • Page 239: Figure C-1 Power, Ethernet, And Site Reference Cabling Diagram

    EAS or EAS2 USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B PARALLEL SERIAL PARALLEL SERIAL CONTROL RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 Motorola -48V , 1.0A ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM SITE REF OUT SITE REF OUT T1/E1 T1/E1 iSC400 iSC400 102600JNM 102600JNM X.21 X.21...
  • Page 240: Figure C-2 Eas Or Eas2/Isc Interconnect Cabling Diagram

    USER ALARM/CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM/CONTROL -48V CONTROLLER A CONTROLLER B PARALLEL SERIAL PARALLEL SERIAL CONTROL RF#1 RF#2 RF#3 Motorola -48V , 1.0A ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM SYSTEM EAS or EAS2 TO SMART JACK SITE REF OUT SITE REF OUT T1/E1 T1/E1 iSC400 iSC400 102600JNM 102600JNM X.21...
  • Page 241: Figure C-3 75 Ω E1 (2.048 Mb) Cabling

    Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Appendix C Cabling Diagrams Site Controller Cabling Table C-2 identifies and Figure C-3 shows site controller E1 75Ω (2.048 Mb) cabling. All cabling for E1 75Ω Control Racks is the same as that shown in Note: Table C-1.
  • Page 242: Figure C-4 120 Ω (2.048 Mb) E1 Cabling

    Appendix C Cabling Diagrams Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Site Controller Cabling Table C-3 identifies and Figure C-4 shows site controller E1 120Ω (2.048 Mb) cabling. All cabling for E1 120Ω Control Racks is the same as that shown in Note: Table C-1 (Site Controller T-1 Cabling) .
  • Page 243 Index Index iSC to telephone network T1 4-56 ordering information for wire lugs Alarm power connection ordering information B-15 EAS/EAS2 checkout sectored site cables 6-25 4-12 intercabinet cable ordering information T1 interface B-13 4-58 intrusion alarm ordering information Commands ordering information for different types required system equipment 3-24 MMI commands...
  • Page 244 Final Checkout Powering the iSC rack Man-Machine Interface Final checkout commands Circuit breakers Motorola Telephone Numbers setup Literature Distribution Center Technical Support Global Positioning System antenna amplifier ordering information Performance specifications antenna identification 3-21...
  • Page 245 Gen 3 Site Controller System Manual Index Performance specifications 10-5, 11-5 Surge arrestors T1 connection test procedures 6-17 AC power and Telco ordering information Technical Support description 3-13 Telco ordering information backboard 3-10 System Testing service entrance 3-10 iSC verification surge arrestors 3-10 System testing...
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