Anda di halaman 1dari 9

14.

1 Introduction

14-2

14.2 Safety Precautions


14.3 Power Cabling

14-2

14-3

14.4 Subrack Grounding Connection


14.5 Alarm Cabling

14-10

14-8

14.1

Introduction

14.2

Safety Precautions

Danger 1

Danger 2

Warning 1


Warning 2

14.3

Power Cabling
General
Power Distribution Frame

Cable Routing

Two-Wire Configuration

Note

Figure 14-1 Cable Connection for Two-wire Power Configuration

Power Unit

Figure 14-2 Safety Cover

Figure 14-3 FX-4 Subrack Power Unit

Power Cable Type

Figure 14-4 M5 Cable Lug (dimensions in mm)



Procedure 14-1 Connecting the Power Cables to the FX-4


Subrack
Proceed as follows:

Caution Before connecting the power cables, make sure that the
circuit breakers for BAT-A and BAT-B are switched off.

Remove the safety cover; see Figure 14-5: loosen the two screws and remove the
safety cover.
Figure 14-5 Mounting of power cable shoes

Remove the nuts from the power terminals; see Figure 14-5.

Guide the power cables through the cable guide and connect them to the power
terminals as follows; see Figure 14-6:

First connect the BATRET cables RET A and RET B


Then connect the battery cables BAT A and BAT B

Warning If the sequence described above is not followed exactly,


this can give rise to a possible (fire) hazard.

Figure 14-6 Power Terminals

Fasten the nuts back on the power terminals.

Note The power cable nuts should be tightened with a torque of 1.52.0 Nm

Place the safety cover back in its location and fasten it with the 2 screws (maximum
torque: 0.3 Nm).

Note When the power cable is connected to BAT A and the power is
on and below -40.5V dc, the green LED BAT A at the right bottom of
the FX-4 subrack is on, showing the availability of power (even when the
circuit breaker is in the standby position); see Figure 14-6.
The same applies for BAT B.

Procedure 14-2 Disconnecting the Power Cables


Proceed as follows when the power cables need to be disconnected:

Warning If the sequence described below is not followed exactly,


this can give rise to a possible (fire) hazard.

14.4

Put the shelf switch in standby mode

Disconnect the battery cables BAT A and BAT B

Disconnect the BATRET cables RET A and RET B

Subrack Grounding Connection


Warning

Cable Type







Figure 14-7 Grounding Cable Lug

Procedure 14-3 Connecting the Grounding Cable


Proceed as follows:
1

Route the grounding cable to the right side of the subrack and to the middle of the
subrack.

Connect the double lug to the grounding cable connection point as shown in
Figure 14-8.

Note The grounding cable nuts should be tightened with a torque of


1.5-2.0 Nm

Figure 14-8 Grounding Cable Connection