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Nokia UltraSite EDGE

AC/DC Connection Unit Product


Description

Product Description Manual

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Contents

Contents 3

List of tables 4

List of figures 5

1 About this document 7


1.1 Purpose 7
1.2 Content 7
1.3 Readership 7

2 General description 9
2.1 ADUA/B operation 11
2.2 CCUA operation 13
2.2.1 Unit fan: rectifier internal temperature compensation 15
2.2.2 Cabinet fan 1 (Support cabinet) 16
2.2.3 Cabinet 2 fan (in extension cabinet - battery cabinet) 16
2.2.4 AC heater operation 17
2.2.5 Battery cooling interface 17
2.2.6 Battery test 18
2.3 Construction 18
2.3.1 ADUA and ADUB 18
2.3.2 CCUA 25

3 Interfaces 29
3.1 ADUA and ADUB 29
3.1.1 ADUA and ADUB front panels 29
3.1.2 Interface connectors 34
3.1.3 DC power distribution 36
3.1.4 Cabinet sensors and controls interface 37
3.1.5 Internal alarms, signals and controls interface 38
3.1.6 Interfaces 38
3.1.7 Measurement points 42
3.1.8 ADUB Overvoltage protection (Optional) 43
3.2 Controller unit (CCUA) 43
3.2.1 Connectors 43
3.2.2 CCUA control and monitoring interface 44
3.2.3 Alarm interfaces 45
3.2.4 Rectifier interface 49
3.2.5 Fan interface 50
3.2.6 LTEx interface 50
3.2.7 LED details 50

4 Specifications 51
4.1 ADUA/B specifications 51
4.2 CCUA specifications 53

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List of tables

Table 1. Mains phase input connection to rectifiers 13


Table 2. Typical PWM/fan speed figures 15
Table 3. ADUA front panel details 30
Table 4. ADUB front panel details 33
Table 5. ADUA DC power distribution 36
Table 6. ADUB DC power distribution 36
Table 7. ADUA and ADUB cabinet sensors 37
Table 8. ADUA and ADUB cabinet controls 37
Table 9. ADUA and ADUB internal alarms, signals and controls 38
Table 10. AC mains input pin assignment 39
Table 11. ADUA DC output to fans 41
Table 12. ADUB DC output to fans 41
Table 13. Q1 port D-9 (female) connector 43
Table 14. LMP D-9 (female) connector 44
Table 15. RS485 D-9 (female) port connector 44
Table 16. CCUA generated alarms 46
Table 17. Alarms generated by rectifier (BATA) unit 48
Table 18. Fan alarms generated by CCUA 48
Table 19. LTEx generated alarms 49
Table 20. AC/DC connection unit specifications 51
Table 21. CCUA specifications 53

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List of figures

Figure 1. ADUA front panel (including CCUA) 10


Figure 2. ADUB and CCUA front panels 11
Figure 3. AC and DC distribution 12
Figure 4. ADUA front panel 19
Figure 5. ADUA top view 20
Figure 6. ADUA rear panel 21
Figure 7. ADUB front panel 21
Figure 8. ADUB top view 22
Figure 9. ADUB rear panel 22
Figure 10. CCUA front panel 25
Figure 11. CCUA top and rear views 26
Figure 12. ADUA front panel layout 30
Figure 13. ADUB front panel layout 32

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About this document

1 About this document

1.1 Purpose
This document describes the two Nokia UltraSite Support AC/DC Connection
Units (ADUA and ADUB) and their function within the Nokia GSM EDGE
network.

1.2 Content
This document is a product description for the Nokia UltraSite Support ADUA
and the Nokia UltraSite Support ADUB. This document forms part of the Nokia
GSM EDGE Support User Manual.

Details that concern these topics can be found in this document:

General description

Construction

Unit description

Specifications

1.3 Readership
The Nokia UltraSite Support ADUA and ADUB Product Description should be
read by the Nokia UltraSite installation personnel and persons undergoing
appropriate Nokia training courses.

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2 General description
The Nokia UltraSite AC/DC Connection Unit (ADUA and ADUB) is an integral
part of the Nokia UltraSite GSM EDGE Support which has been designed to be
used with the Nokia UltraSite EDGE BST.

The basic function of the ADUA/B is to distribute the AC mains to the rectifiers
and then to distribute the DC output from the rectifiers to the intended loads.
Should a mains failure occur, the ADUA/B ensures a battery supply for a
determined period.

Incorporated in the ADUA/B is a Controller Unit (CCUA) which interfaces to the


Q1 bus to provide control and monitoring functions for the Nokia UltraSite GSM
EDGE Support. The CCUA is located at the bottom of the ADUA/B and has a
front panel present on the ADUA/B front panel.

Figure 2 shows the front panel configuration of the ADUB and the CCUA.

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ADUA Front Panel

Phase Monitor Fuses


20A 20A L1 N1 L2 N2 L3 N3 CCUA BLOA E.CAFA AUX1

ON OFF OFF ON
T200mA T4A

OFF ON ON OFF

Test Points
RECTIFIERS 1 AND 4 RECTIFIERS 2 AND 5
Voltage

20A 16A

ON OFF OFF ON
Current

OFF ON ON OFF Load

BTS 1 BTS 2 DC Out Battery Batt.


RECTIFIERS 3 AND 6 HEATERS

10mV = 0,5A

5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1

9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6

Reset LMP Status LTE Spare

DN00281422
CCUA

Figure 1. ADUA front panel (including CCUA)

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Test Points (x 5):


Rectifiers 1+4, DC In LTE 13
Voltage - Top Two (DC)
2+5 and 3+6 Rectifiers and 14
Current - Bottom Three
Breakers 1-6 Breakers
(Load and Battery)
DC In
Cooling 1 and 2, BTS 1, 2 and 3 Battery 1 Battery 2
Rectifiers
AXC and DC Out Breakers Breaker Breaker
7-12
Breakers

Cooling 1 Cooling 2 AXC DC Out BTS 1 BTS 2 BTS 3 Battery 1 Battery 2 DC In Rect. 1-6 DC In Rect. 7-12 LTE 13 LTE 14

LTE 1-12 Fuses and LEDs


LTE1 LTE2 LTE3 LTE4 LTE5 LTE6 LTE7 LTE8 LTE9 LTE10 LTE11 LTE12

Rectifier 1+4 Rectifier 2+5 Rectifier 3+6 Heaters


Current Phase Monitor Fuses

L1 N1 L2 N2 L3 N3
CCUA E.CAFA CAFA

10mV = 1A

LTE 1 - 6 LTE 7 - 12 LTE 13 LTE 14

Rectifier 7+10 Rectifier 8+11 Rectifier 9+12

LTE 13
LTE 14
CCUA Heaters Aux Socket LTE 1-6 LTE 7-12
Breaker Breaker Connector Connector

Rectifiers 7+10, AC PhaseMonitor CCUA, BLOA,


8+11and 9+12 200 mA Fuses ECAFA and
Breakers (x 6) CAFA Fuses
DN00275004

Figure 2. ADUB and CCUA front panels

2.1 ADUA/B operation


Figure3 shows a simplified diagram of the power distribution carried out by either
the ADUA or the ADUB.

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4 A Fuses

Heaters LTE
Equipments
BATA
AC
L1 DC
DC (BTS 1, 2, 3
AC
N DC Shunt Loads and LTE Boxes)

L2 AC
AC DC +54 VDC
Input
N AC
DC Shunt Battery
L3
AC String
N DC
Battery
AC String
DC
Deep Discharge
Relay Contacts

DN00273969

Figure 3. AC and DC distribution

The ADUA and ADUB contain the necessary circuitry to provide a positive-earth
48 VDC power supply for use by the internal telecommunications equipment and
the co-sited telecommunications equipment.

The ADUA and the ADUB function in an identical manner, but with two
differences. In the ADUA up to six rectifiers can be accommodated for the AC
mains input, whereas in the ADUB twelve rectifiers can be accommodated. In
addition, the ADUB provides an AC output to an auxiliary AC socket.

The two units can receive either a single phase AC supply or a three phase AC
supply. The three phase AC supply is connected to lines L1, L2 and L3. The AC
supply is distributed to the rectifiers. Each line supplies two rectifiers, for
example L1 feeds rectifiers 1 and 4. The AC supply is fed also to the heaters as
required.

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Table 1. Mains phase input connection to rectifiers

Phase connection Rectifiers 1 - 6 Rectifiers 7 - 12


Line 1 BATA 1 BATA 7
BATA 4 BATA 10

Line 2 BATA 2 BATA 8


BATA 5 BATA 11

Line 3 BATA 3 BATA 9


BATA 6 BATA 12

Note
The battery mat heaters are supplied from Line 3.

The DC supply produced by the rectifiers (nominally 54 VDC) is distributed by


either the ADUA or the ADUB to the connected loads (e.g.: The batteries, the DC
loads and the LTE Box equipment) as determined by customer requirements.
Should the AC mains fail, either the ADUA or the ADUB will provide a battery
supply to the loads for a duration that depends on the DC load and the battery
capacity.

Note
The distribution will vary dependant on the configuration.

2.2 CCUA operation


The CCUA is a programmable unit and provides control and monitoring
functions. The functions affected by the CCUA are as follows:

Management of either the Nokia UltraSite Support cabinet or the


Integrated Battery Backup Unit (IBBU)

Battery and power management. Should the AC mains fail, the CCUA
causes the system to enter the battery back-up mode of operation. When
this occurs, the level of battery output-voltage is monitored for low alarm
level and low level disconnect. The appropriate action is undertaken by
the CCUA should either event occur

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Climatic control. The temperature within the cabinet is monitored and the
speed of the fans (controlled by the temperature of the rectifiers) is adjusted
to maintain the temperature within specific constraints

Alarm reporting. An alarm is generated by the CCUA should an alarm state


prevail and the alarm is sent to the base station via the Q1-bus

Serial number and version reporting of the CCUA, the rectifiers and the
LTE x units

During operation of the UltraSite Support, the CCUA monitors and provides
functions and controls. Should a failure occur in the UltraSite Support, the CCUA
will generate an alarm that is transmitted to the base station via the Q1-bus. Where
the failure is an AC mains failure then the CCUA places the Nokia UltraSite
Support system into the Battery back-up mode.

There are three modes of operation and these are described in the sections that
follow.

Battery back-up mode

In this mode of operation, the batteries provide the DC power requirements of the
Support system and the base station.

During this time, the CCUA monitors the DC voltage level and should the level
fall to the battery low-level parameter, a Battery Low alarm is raised. Should the
DC voltage level continue to fall and go below the Low Voltage Disconnect
(LVD) level, the CCUA will disconnect the battery supply from the load via the
LVD relay. This condition is maintained until the Nokia UltraSite Support system
DC voltage is restored to a level above 50 V. The batteries are then reconnected.

Site support mode

This mode is entered when the CCUA detects the Support Mode to be active. The
mode is used to either manually or automatically effect a battery test.

During this mode of operation, the CCUA reduces the rectifier (BATA) output to
the level of the Support Mode level. The whole DC power is then taken from the
batteries.

Normal operation is resumed when the tests have been completed satisfactorily
and the Support Mode signal disappears.

Boost charge mode

The CCUA monitors the status of the batteries to determine whether or not boost
charging of the batteries is required. This can be done on a periodic basis or when
the batteries have been discharged below a set DC value (automatic).

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The maximum boost charge duration is 2 hours after which time, normal system
operation is resumed. Periodic boost charging does not occur unless 16 weeks (a
period determined by the user) have elapsed since the previous boost charge. The
time limit of 2 hours applies where the battery temperature is either equal to or in
excess of +30 C.

During battery charging, the current level is monitored and maintained within
limits set by the CCUA.

2.2.1 Unit fan: rectifier internal temperature compensation

The CCUA monitors (once a minute) the internal temperature of the rectifier units
and controls the unit fan speeds accordingly; 1 fan unit / 2 rectifiers. Control of
the fan speed for the unit is adjusted according to the warmer rectifier. The fan
will operate until the rectifier temperature cools down to an acceptable level at
which point the fan is switched OFF.

The unit fan speed is set to a minimum when there is no temperature information
from the two associated rectifiers.

The temperature of the rectifiers is measured once a minute by the CCUA. This
function is undertaken by software control.

The unit fans are switched off when the temperature of the rectifier units is below
a set level (+10 C) and switch on when the temperature is above this set level.
The unit fan-speed increases from 40% (PWM signal 25%) to 100%. The
relationship between the PWM and fan speed is a straight line function. Table
2gives some typical figures:

Table 2. Typical PWM/fan speed figures

Fan Speed
PWM Control (%) Fan Control (%)
(maximum RPM)
100 0 100

80 20 85

60 40 70

40 60 50

20 80 35

When the PWM control is < 20% and fan control is > 80%, the fan is stopped.

The CCUA generates an alarm when either a fan stops rotating or when the
rotation of a unit fan is too slow compared to the PWM signal (see Alarms 3.2.3).

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The fan speed is dependent on the supply voltage. The CCUA checks that the
reduced fan speed is not attributable to a reduced voltage supply. This is
accomplished by comparing the rotation speed (rpm) measurements with other
fans (to unit fans in the case of a cabinet 1 fan and to a cabinet 1 fan and unit fans
in the Support cabinet in the case of a cabinet 2 fan). An alarm is activated when
the other fans are rotating at the desired speed (see Alarms 3.2.3.

The fans can be controlled separately for test purposes.

2.2.2 Cabinet fan 1 (Support cabinet)

The Support cabinet cooling fan is used exclusively in the outdoor UltraSite
Support cabinet. The maximum speed of the cabinet fan is 75% of rated value to
reduce the noise level. At this level there is no diminishing effect to the airflow.

This fan is controlled in the manner as follows:

The speed of the fan is the same as the speed of the slowest unit-fan except
when the unit fan speed is 100%. At this level the cabinet fan speed is then
75%. When the speed of the fastest unit fan goes below 100%, the cabinet
fan speed reduces its speed to the slowest unit fan speed in a stepped
manner (10% change/1 minute). When one unit fan is controlled to OFF,
the cabinet fan is controlled also to OFF (except where the other unit fan is
rotating at 75% speed)

The fan is controlled to OFF when cabinet heater is ON

The fan is controlled to OFF when the cabinet door is OPEN

The fan is controlled to FULL speed when the battery temperature HIGH
alarm is ON and the batteries are in the cabinet

The CCUA generates an alarm when either a fan has stopped rotating or when the
rotation of a unit fan is too slow compared to the PWM signal (see Alarms
Chapter 3.2.3).

The fans can be controlled separately for test purposes

2.2.3 Cabinet 2 fan (in extension cabinet - battery cabinet)

The cabinet cooling fan is used exclusively in the outdoor UltraSite Support
cabinet. The maximum speed of the cabinet fan is 75% of rated value to reduce
the noise level but without diminishing the effect of the airflow.

This fan is controlled as follows:

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The speed control is based on the temperature of the battery cabinet. When
the cabinet temperature is below the fixed level (+10 C), the fan is
switched OFF. The fan switches ON when the temperature goes above the
fixed level. The cabinet fan speed increases from 40% (PWM signal 25%)
to 75% maximum (see Table in Section 3.2.5).

The fan is controlled to OFF when the cabinet heater is set to ON

The fan is controlled to OFF when the cabinet door is OPEN

The fan is controlled to FULL speed when the battery temperature HIGH
alarm is ON and the batteries are in the cabinet

2.2.4 AC heater operation

The AC heaters are used for battery heating. Heating control is as follows:

For the IBBS cabinet the heating is controlled by the BOI in the base station
For the Support cabinet and the extension cabinet the heating is controlled
by the CCUA

UltraSite Support cabinet

The internal temperature-information for the rectifier is not used to control the
cabinet heater.

The CCUA monitors the battery temperature (the sensor is on the lower battery
string) and controls the AC heater(s) in the cabinet. When the battery temperature
is below the programmed level (0 C), the cabinet heater is switched ON via a
relay. When the temperature goes above the programmed level (10 C), the
cabinet heater is switched OFF.

UltraSite Support extension cabinet

The CCUA monitors the battery temperature (the sensor is on the lower battery
string) and controls the AC heater(s) in the extension cabinet. When the battery
temperature is below the programmed level (0 C), the cabinet heater is switched
ON via a relay. When the temperature goes above the programmed level (10 C),
the cabinet heater is switched OFF.

2.2.5 Battery cooling interface

The cabinet fans are controlled in the manner described in Section 3.2.5.

The CCUA monitors the battery temperature. When the Battery Temperature
High alarm is signalled, the cabinet fan is set to full speed. This accomplished
under the control of the BOI for the IBBU cabinet and under the control of the
CCUA for the Support cabinet and the Extension cabinet.

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2.2.6 Battery test

The batteries can be tested either automatically from the CCUA or manually.
These tests can be completed either locally from the CCUA front panel LMP
connector and an attached laptop computer (via the RS232 interface) or remotely
from the NMS (via Q1-bus and the RS485 interface).

Automatic battery testing can be arranged to occur at set times during a year,
where four times a year is usual. The period of a test is pre-defined.

The batteries must be in a fully charged state before an automatic test can take
place. This status is determined by the CCUA.

The Battery Failure alarm occurs when the battery output voltage is too low
during the automatic test. The test is discontinued should the output voltage of the
batteries fall below the Support Mode level. This is also the lower level for
discharge of the batteries during automatic testing.

When manual testing of the batteries is taking place, the Support Mode level can
be activated either locally via a CCUA front panel connector or remotely from the
NMS.

During a battery test (automatic or manual), the DC output from the rectifiers is
decreased to the Support Mode level. At this time, the power for the load is
taken from the batteries.

2.3 Construction
The AC/DC Connection Unit (ADUA or ADUB) is located either at the top of the
Nokia UltraSite Support cabinet or at the bottom of the IBBU that is located in a
Nokia UltraSite GSM EDGE BTS cabinet.

The ADUA/ADUB contains the Controller Unit (CCUA) that is a plug-in module
located at the lower front of the ADUA/ADUB.

2.3.1 ADUA and ADUB

Figure 4, Figure 5 and Figure 6 show the layouts for front panel, the top panel and
the rear panel for the ADUA. Figure 7, Figure 8 and Figure 9 show the layouts for
the front panel, the top and the rear panel for the ADUB.

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ADUA Front Panel

Phase Monitor Fuses


20A 20A L1 N1 L2 N2 L3 N3 CCUA BLOA E.CAFA AUX1

ON OFF OFF ON
T200mA T4A

OFF ON ON OFF

Test Points
RECTIFIERS 1 AND 4 RECTIFIERS 2 AND 5
Voltage

20A 16A

ON OFF OFF ON
Current

OFF ON ON OFF Load

BTS 1 BTS 2 DC Out Battery Batt.


RECTIFIERS 3 AND 6 HEATERS

10mV = 0,5A

5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1

9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6

Reset LMP Status LTE Spare

DN00281422
CCUA

Figure 4. ADUA front panel

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DC OUT

DC OUT AUX 1

AC OUTPUT HEATER

AC OUTPUT RECTIFIERS
- - -
DC INPUT RECTIFIERS BTS 2 BTS 1

AC INPUT RECTIFIERS

+ -
BATTERY BATTERY

+ + +
DC INPUT RECTIFIERS BTS 2 BTS 1

DN00281446
ADUA Top View

Figure 5. ADUA top view

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5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1

9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6

Batt. Temp. E. Cab. Temp. Q1 EAC OVP Aux. Temp.

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1

15 14 13 12 11 10 9 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6

BLOA E. CAFA E-Door Door CAFA BATA

DN00281901

Figure 6. ADUA rear panel

ADUB Front Panel

Cooling 1 Cooling 2 AXC DC Out BTS 1 BTS 2 BTS 3 Battery 1 Battery 2 DC In Rect. 1-6 DC In Rect. 7-12 LTE 13 LTE 14

LTE1 LTE2 LTE3 LTE4 LTE5 LTE6 LTE7 LTE8 LTE9 LTE10 LTE11 LTE12
Test Points
Voltage

T4A

Rectifier 1+4 Rectifier 2+5 Rectifier 3+6 Heaters


Current Phase Monitor Fuses
L1 N1 L2 N2 L3 N3 CCUA BLOA E.CAFA CAFA

T200mA T4A

10mV = 1A

LTE 1 - 6 LTE 7 - 12 LTE 13 LTE 14

Rectifier 7+10 Rectifier 8+11 Rectifier 9+12 Aux Socket

Reset LMP Status Spare


LTE

CCUA
DN00281913

Figure 7. ADUB front panel

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Heater

AXC
+ - + -
DC Input Rectifiers 1-6 DC Input Rectifiers 7-12
LTE Cooling 2
AC Output Rectifiers 7-12

LTE Cooling 1

AC Output Rectifiers 1-6

+ - + -
Battery 1 Battery 2

ADUB Top View


DN00281882

Figure 8. ADUB top view

5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1

9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6

Batt. Temp. E. Cab. Temp. Q1 EAC OVP Aux. Temp.

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1

15 14 13 12 11 10 9 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6

BLOA E. CAFA E-Door Door CAFA BATA

DN00281901

Figure 9. ADUB rear panel

The ADUA and ADUB each consist of a metal container onto which a front panel
and a number of interface connectors are mounted.

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Each front panel has mounted on it a number of circuit breakers, fuses and test
points. On each of the front panels there is also the Support Controller Unit
(CCUA) that fits into the front panels at the bottom and push fits via guides into
the backplane.

ADUA front panel

Each ADUA front panel comprises these items:

Four single-pole ON/OFF switches

Six fuses (200 mA). These are in the AC mains input lines (live and
neutral)

Four fuses (4 A)

Five test sockets (2 mm). Three red and two black

A number of LEDs to indicate the status of (for example) the BTS 1, the
BTS 2, the DC Out and the batteries

The CCUA

ADUB front panel

Each ADUB front panel comprises these items:

Seven two-pole circuit breakers

Eight two-pole circuit breakers

Six single-pole circuit breakers

A single-phase (AC) type IEC 320 socket (10 A)

Two Phoenix Contact Mini Combicon connectors (12-way)

Twelve LEDs (3 mm). These are associated with the LTEs

Two Phoenix Contact Power Combicon connectors (2-way)

Twelve fuses (4 A)

Six fuses (200 mA). These are in the AC mains input lines (live and
neutral)

Four fuses (4 A)

Four LEDs (3 mm). These are associated with the CCUA, the BLOA and
the cabinet fans

Five test sockets (2 mm). Three red and two black

The CCUA

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ADUA top surface items

Each ADUA top surface comprises these items:

The DC Out connector (2-pin)

The DC Out Auxiliary 1 connector

A single-phase (AC) mains connector

Two high-power feed-through terminal-connectors (Phoenix Contact


Power Combicon). These provide the AC input connection for the 1300 W
Rectifiers (BATA)

Eight cable entries for the BATAs, the BTSs, the Battery + and the Battery
- cables

ADUB top surface items

Each ADUB top surface comprises these items:

Three two-pin connectors for each of these: The AXC, the LTE Cooling 1
and the LTE Cooling 2

A single-phase (AC) mains connector for the heaters

Two high-power feed-through terminal-connectors (Phoenix Contact


Power Combicon). These provide the AC input connection for the 1300 W
Rectifiers (BATA)

Eight cable entries for the BATAs, the BTSs, the Battery + and the Battery
- cables

ADUA and ADUB rear panel

The two rear panels comprise eleven D-9 type connectors and a single D-15 type
connector as follows:

The eleven D-9 connectors provide connection to/from these items:

- The fans for the cabinet and the extension cabinet


- Various alarm signals via the RS485 interface (e.g.: Battery
temperature, Extension Cabinet temperature, Overvoltage
protection (OVP), Auxiliary temperature, cabinet Door open and the
extension Door open)
- The connection to the Q1-bus
- The BATA
- An EAC connector

The D-15 connector feeds the BATA unit blowers

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2.3.2 CCUA

Figure 10 and Figure 11 show the configuration of the CCUA.

LED Pushbutton

STATUS LMP RESET LTEx SPARE

Handle Handle

DN00275149

Figure 10. CCUA front panel

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Handle Front
(x 2) Panel PCB

64-way
Top View Connector
(x 2)

Rear View
DN00275749

Figure 11. CCUA top and rear views

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General description

The CCUA consists of a PCB on which are mounted two 64-pin connectors at the
rear and a panel at the front. The assembly locates in guides at the bottom of the
ADUA/ADUB and when inserted fully, the two 64-pin connectors push-fit into
connectors on the backplane. Handles on the front panel assist in the insertion and
removal of the CCUA.

The two 64-pin connectors provide the connectivity for the control functions and
the monitoring functions of the CCUA.

The front panel comprises these items:

An LMP D-9 female connector. This provides the ability to connect locally
a laptop computer

An LTEx D-9 female connector. This allows the connection of the CCUA
to the LTEx controller unit via a D-9 connector on the LTEx front panel

A D-9 female connector (spare)

A reset push-button

A 3-colour LED. This indicates the CCUA condition

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This section details the connectors and the interfaces that are associated with the
AC/DC Distribution Unit (ADUA and ADUB) and the Controller Unit (CCUA).

The CCUA is integral with the ADUA / ADUB and is located at the lower-front
of the ADUA / ADUB. The CCUA can be removed without a complete system
shutdown.

3.1 ADUA and ADUB


The ADUA supports configurations ranging from a minimum base station
configuration in the same cabinet (up to six TRXs) to a maximum of eighteen
TRXs formed by a two cabinet configuration.

The ADUB supports configurations ranging from a minimum base station


configuration in a separate cabinet (up to twelve TRXs) to a maximum of thirty-
six TRXs formed into a three cabinet configuration.

3.1.1 ADUA and ADUB front panels

The front panels of the ADUA and ADUB are different and these differences are
highlighted in the sections that follow.

ADUA front panel details

Figure 12 shows the front panel items for the ADUB and Table 3 identifies the
items on the front panel and describes their functions:

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ADUA Front Panel

Phase Monitor Fuses


20A 20A L1 N1 L2 N2 L3 N3 CCUA BLOA E.CAFA AUX1

ON OFF OFF ON
T200mA T4A

OFF ON ON OFF

Test Points
RECTIFIERS 1 AND 4 RECTIFIERS 2 AND 5
Voltage

20A 16A

ON OFF OFF ON
Current

OFF ON ON OFF Load

BTS 1 BTS 2 DC Out Battery Batt.


RECTIFIERS 3 AND 6 HEATERS

10mV = 0,5A

5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1

9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6 9 8 7 6

Reset LMP Status LTE Spare

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Figure 12. ADUA front panel layout

Table 3. ADUA front panel details

Item Function
CCUA Refer to Section 3.2

Circuit breakers:

Rectifiers and Heaters ON/OFF control of the power supply to the


separate banks of rectifiers and heaters

Fuses:

AC Phase Monitor (x 6) Protection (200 mA) for the AC phases (line and
neutral)

CCUA CCUA protection (4 A fuse)

BLOA (unit fans) Protection for the unit fans (4 A fuse)

ECAFA (extension cabinet fan) Protection for the extension cabinet fan (4 A fuse)

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Table 3. ADUA front panel details (Continued)

Item Function
AUX 1 Protection for the auxiliary supply (4 A fuse)

Test points:

DC voltage Sockets to allow measurement of the DC voltage

Battery current Sockets to allow the measurement of the battery


charging current

Load current Sockets to allow the measurement of the load


current

Socket

ADUB front panel details

Figure 13 shows the front panel items for the ADUB and Table 4 identifies the
items on the front panel and describes their functions:

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Test Points (x 5):


Rectifiers 1+4, DC In LTE 13
Voltage - Top Two (DC)
2+5 and 3+6 Rectifiers and 14
Current - Bottom Three
Breakers 1-6 Breakers
(Load and Battery)
DC In
Cooling 1 and 2, BTS 1, 2 and 3 Battery 1 Battery 2
Rectifiers
AXC and DC Out Breakers Breaker Breaker
7-12
Breakers

Cooling 1 Cooling 2 AXC DC Out BTS 1 BTS 2 BTS 3 Battery 1 Battery 2 DC In Rect. 1-6 DC In Rect. 7-12 LTE 13 LTE 14

LTE 1-12 Fuses and LEDs


LTE1 LTE2 LTE3 LTE4 LTE5 LTE6 LTE7 LTE8 LTE9 LTE10 LTE11 LTE12

Rectifier 1+4 Rectifier 2+5 Rectifier 3+6 Heaters


Current Phase Monitor Fuses

L1 N1 L2 N2 L3 N3
CCUA E.CAFA CAFA

10mV = 1A

LTE 1 - 6 LTE 7 - 12 LTE 13 LTE 14

Rectifier 7+10 Rectifier 8+11 Rectifier 9+12

LTE 13
LTE 14
CCUA Heaters Aux Socket LTE 1-6 LTE 7-12
Breaker Breaker Connector Connector

Rectifiers 7+10, AC PhaseMonitor CCUA, BLOA,


8+11and 9+12 200 mA Fuses ECAFA and
Breakers (x 6) CAFA Fuses
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Table 4. ADUB front panel details

Item Function
CCUA Refer to Section 3.2

Circuit breakers:

Cooling 1 and 2 ON/OFF control of the power supply to the unit


fans

AXC ON/OFF control of the power supply to the AXC

DC Out ON/OFF control of the DC power to the loads

BTS 1, 2 and 3 ON/OFF control of the DC power to the base


stations

Battery 1 ON/OFF control of the DC power to Battery 1

Battery 2 ON/OFF control of the DC power to Battery 2

DC In Rectifiers 1-6 ON/OFF control of the DC power to the rectifiers

DC In Rectifiers 7-12 ON/OFF control of the DC power to the rectifiers

LTE 13 and 14 ON/OFF control of the DC power to the LTE


equipment

Rectifiers 1+4 ON/OFF control of the AC power to the rectifiers 1


and 4

Rectifiers 2+5 ON/OFF control of the AC power to the rectifiers 2


and 5

Rectifiers 3+6 ON/OFF control of the AC power to the rectifiers 3


and 6

Rectifiers 7+10 ON/OFF control of the AC power to the rectifiers 7


and 10

Rectifiers 8+11 ON/OFF control of the AC power to the rectifiers 8


and 11

Rectifiers 9+12 ON/OFF control of the AC power to the rectifiers 9


and 12

Heaters ON/OFF control of the AC power to the heaters

Aux Socket ON/OFF control of the AC power to the auxiliary


socket

Fuses:

LTE 1-12 Protection (4 A) for LTE equipment

AC Phase Monitor (x 6) Protection (200 mA) for the AC phases

CCUA CCUA protection (4 A fuse)

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Table 4. ADUB front panel details (Continued)

Item Function
BLOA Protection for the unit fans 4 A fuse)

ECAFA (extension cabinet fan) Protection for the extension cabinet fan (4 A fuse)

CAFA (cabinet fan) Protection for the cabinet fan (4 A fuse)

Connectors:

LTE 1-6 Facilitates external connection of the LTE


equipment

LTE 7-12 Facilitates external connection of the LTE


equipment

LTE 13 Facilitates external connection of the LTE


equipment

LTE 14 Facilitates external connection of the LTE


equipment

Test points:

DC voltage Sockets to allow measurement of the DC voltage

Battery current Sockets to allow the measurement of the battery


charging current

Load current Sockets to allow the measurement of the load


current

Socket:

AC mains (single phase) 3-pin AC main power connector

3.1.2 Interface connectors

ADUA interface connectors

The list that follows is of the interface connectors and the type relevant to the
ADUA:

The CCUA interface. This comprises two 64-way DIN 41612 connectors.
These are mounted on a PCB (double eurocard size) at rear of the ADUB.
This is used to interface the cabinet sensors, the cabinet controls, the
ADUB internal signals and the CCUA.

A high power feed-through terminal (type Phoenix Contact Power


Combicon) for the AC input. An Me stud, a nut and washers are provided
for the connection of the protective earth

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A high power feed through terminal (type Phoenix Contact Power


Combicon) for the AC connection to the rectifiers. An Me stud, a nut and
washers are provided for the connection of the protective earth

Screw terminals with plastic covers are used for the DC input connections

Screw terminals with plastic covers are used for the DC output connections
to the two BTSs

Screw terminals with plastic covers are used for the DC output connections
from the batteries

A single D-15 connector for the DC outputs to the cabinet fans

ADUB interface connectors

The list that follows is of the interface connectors and the type relevant to the
ADUB:

The CCUA interface that comprises two 64-way DIN 41612 connectors.
These are mounted on a PCB (double eurocard size) at rear of the ADUB
to interface with the cabinet sensors, the cabinet controls, the ADUB
internal signals and the CCUA

Terminal blocks on the roof plate for the AC input connections

A high power feed-through terminal (type Phoenix Contact Power


Combicon) for the AC connection to the backplane. An M6 stud, a nut and
washers are provided for the connection of the protective earth

A Phoenix Contact HDFKV10 on the roof plate. This is used for


connection of the AC output to the extension cabinet heater

Three Phoenix Contact HDFKV50 connectors. There is one for each of the
three BTSs

A Phoenix Contact HDFKV10 on the roof plate. This is used for the
connection of the DC output

A single D-15 connector for the DC output to the fans

Two D-Type connectors for the DC output to cabinet fans. One connector
is on the roof plate for the connection to the extension cabinet fan

Mixed D-Type connectors with high power contacts for the DC output to
the LTE cooling

A Phoenix Contact HDFKV10 connector for the DC output to the AXC.


The connector is located on the roof plate

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3.1.3 DC power distribution

The ADUA and ADUB receive the DC output from the rectifiers and distribute
this supply in accordance with Table 5 and Table 6

Table 5. ADUA DC power distribution

Distribution Current rating


Rectifier input (fuse protected) 125 A

BTS 1 60 A

BTS 2 100 A

Battery 180 A

CAFA (extension cabinet) 4A

DC Out 30 A

CCUA 4A

Fans 4A

AUX 4A

Table 6. ADUB DC power distribution

Distribution Current rating


Rectifier input (protected by fuses)

BTS 1 140 A

BTS 2 140 A

BTS 3 140 A

Battery 1 180 A

Battery 2 180 A

CAFA (cabinet fan) 4A

CAFA (extension cabinet fan) 4A

DC Out 30 A

LTE 1 to LTE 12 4A

LTE 13; LTE 14 10 A

CCUA 4A

Fans 1-3 (BLOA) 4A

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Table 6. ADUB DC power distribution (Continued)

Distribution Current rating


Fans 4-6 (BLOA) 4A

LTE Cooling 1 30 A

LTE Cooling 2 30 A

AXC 16 A

3.1.4 Cabinet sensors and controls interface

The ADUA and the ADUB support a number of sensors and distribute their status
to the CCUA for processing. The units support the transmission and the reception
of the control signals to and from the CCUA. Table 7 and table 8 identify these
sensors and controls respectively. Unless stated otherwise, the sensors and the
controls are relevant to the ADUA and the ADUB.

Table 7. ADUA and ADUB cabinet sensors

Cabinet Sensors
Cabinet door OPEN sensor (ADUB only)

Extension cabinet door OPEN sensor

Overvoltage protector trip contact

Extension cabinet temperature sensor

Battery compartment temperature sensor

AUX temperature sensor.


This may be used as an LTE temperature sensor in indoor applications should the
IBBU support LTE installation

Table 8. ADUA and ADUB cabinet controls

Cabinet Controls
Rectifier control (2 x for ADUB)

Rectifier cooling fans (3 x (ADUA); 2 x 3 (ADUB))

Extension cabinet cooling fan (1 x (ADUA); 2 x (ADUB)

EAC alarm interface (eight digital alarm-outputs)

Q1 interface (to BOI)

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3.1.5 Internal alarms, signals and controls interface

The ADUA and the ADUB generate the signals identified in Table 9 and
send/receive the information to/from the CCUA.

Table 9. ADUA and ADUB internal alarms, signals and controls

Signal Meaning
AC mains breakdown The incoming AC mains is monitored by means of
relays for the detection of a breakdown in one of its
phases

AC heater ADUA: switches the AC output to the extension cabinet


via a double pole relay
ADUB: switches the AC outputs to the cabinet via
double pole relays (2 x heaters)

Battery and load currents Measures the battery currents and the load currents
using current transducers:
ADUA: 4 V at 200 mA outputs and 12 V supply
ADUB: 4 V at 400 mA outputs and 12 V supply

DC breaker alarm Generates an alarm signal should a DC breaker trip or


fuse fails. The alarm is combined with the LVD position
and the battery breaker trip alarm

Battery low voltage A contactor isolates the negative pole of the battery
disconnect (LVD) should the LVD be detected. This prevents the batteries
from deep discharging

3.1.6 Interfaces

The ADUA and the ADUB support a number of interfaces as described in the
sections that follow.

AC input

Terminal blocks located on the roof plate accommodate a 3-phase AC mains


which has one neutral and one earth per phase. The connections can be adapted
readily to suit a 2-phase power network as can be found in the USA. The pin
assignment is given in the table 10 that follows:

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Table 10. AC mains input pin assignment

Pin Assignment
1 Phase 1

2 Neutral 1

3 Phase 2

4 Neutral 2

5 Phase 3

6 Neutral 3

The current capacity of each phase is either 20 A (ADUA) or 40 A (ADUB)

AC output to rectifiers

For the ADUA, a single output to six rectifiers (restricted to five) is provided and
two outputs to backplanes. Series connected 2-pole circuit breakers protect these
supplies.

The pin assignment is shown in Table 10.

AC to heaters

The ADUA provides a single AC supply to the heater in the extension cabinet via
a 2-pole relay controlled by the CCUA.

The ADUB provides two AC outputs to the heaters. One output is for the cabinet
heater and the other output is for the extension cabinet heater.

AC output auxiliary socket

This is a 10 A socket that is compliant with IEC 320. This socket is used only for
the ADUB. A 2-pole circuit breaker protects the circuit associated with this
socket.

DC input

The DC output from the rectifiers is fed to the ADUA / ADUB via the backplane
connectors.

The ADUA accepts one input connection from the rectifiers. The ADUB accepts
two input connections from the rectifiers.

Screw terminals (similar to battery terminals) are used for the DC input
connections and the supplies are protected by fuses that are internal to the
rectifiers.

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DC to BTS

The ADUA provides a DC output to BTS 1 (which constitutes the main BTS) and
to BTS 2 (which is the extension BTS). Each circuit is protected by a series-
connected double-pole circuit breaker. Battery type terminals are used for the
connections.

For the ADUB, three DC outputs are provided:

The first one is to the basic BTS (BTS 1)

The second one to the extension BTS (BTS 2)

The third one to the extension II BTS (BTS 3)

Each output is protected by a series connected double-pole circuit breaker.

DC battery output

The ADUA provides a single DC output to the batteries. The ADUB provides two
DC outputs to the batteries. Connections for the ADUA / ADUB is made via
battery terminal type connectors.

Each circuit is protected by a circuit breaker and a relay is used to prevent the
batteries from deep discharging. The circuit breaker is under the control of the
CCUA.

DC output to the LTEs

There is no LTE DC output connection from the ADUA.

The ADUB provides two sets of LTE connections; a low current output and a high
current output.

For the low current output (6 A rating), there are twelve DC outputs provided
(LTE 1-12) and these are combined into two sets of six outputs on two connectors
on the front panel. A 4 A fuse (located on the front panel) protects each line.
Associated with each fuse on the front panel is an LED. The LED is illuminated
RED should the associated fuse fail.

For the high current output (10 A rating), there are two DC outputs provided (LTE
13 and 14) and each is combined on a connector on the front panel. A circuit
breaker protects each DC output.

DC output to the CCUA

The ADUA and the ADUB each provide a single DC output to the CCUA.
Connection is made inside the ADUA / ADUB.

The circuit is protected with a series-connected fuse. Associated with the supply
is an LED. Should the fuse fail then the fuse is illuminated RED.

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DC output to fans

The ADUA provides three outputs for the cabinet fans and these outputs are
protected with a common series connected fuse. An associated LED is
illuminated RED should the fuse fail. The three fan outputs are combined into a
single D-15 female connector and are assigned as shown in Table 11.

The ADUB provides six outputs for the cabinet fans and these outputs are
protected with a common series-connected fuse. An associated LED is
illuminated RED should the fuse blow. The six fan outputs are combined into a
single D-15 female connector and are assigned as shown in Table 12.

Table 11. ADUA DC output to fans

Pin Description
1 +48 VDC (GND)

2 -48 VDC

3 Fan 1 tacho

4 Fan 1 PWM

5 Fan 2 tacho

6 Fan 2 PWM

7 Fan 3 tacho

8 Fan 3 PWM

9 Fan 4 tacho (not used in IBBU)

10 Fan 4 PWM (not used in IBBU)

11 Fan 5 tacho (not used in IBBU)

12 Fan 5 PWM (not used in IBBU)

13 Fan 6 tacho (not used in IBBU)

14 Fan 6 PWM (not used in IBBU)

15 Not used

Table 12. ADUB DC output to fans

Pin Description
1 +48 VDC (GND)

2 -48 VDC

3 Fan 1 tacho

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Table 12. ADUB DC output to fans (Continued)

Pin Description
4 Fan 1 PWM

5 Fan 2 tacho

6 Fan 2 PWM

7 Fan 3 tacho

8 Fan 3 PWM

9 Fan 4 tacho

10 Fan 4 PWM

11 Fan 5 tacho

12 Fan 5 PWM

13 Fan 6 tacho

14 Fan 6 PWM

15 Not used

DC output to cabinet fans

These two DC outputs are applicable only to the ADUB. One is for the fan in the
Support cabinet door and the other is for the fan in the extension cabinet. A series-
connected fuse protects the supply and an associated LED is illuminated RED
should the fuse fail.

DC output for LTE box cooling

The two DC outputs are provided for the LTE box cooling. Each output is
protected by series-connected circuit breakers.

DC output AUX

The ADUA provides a single 6 A rated output for auxiliary equipment. For
example if the IBBU supports an LTE box. A series-connected 4 A fuse protects
the circuit.

The ADUB provides an additional single DC output for auxiliary equipment.


Series-connected circuit breakers protect this supply.

3.1.7 Measurement points

A number of measurement points are provided on the front panel of both the
ADUA and the ADUB. The measurement points provided are listed as follows:

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System DC voltage

Battery current

Load current

The negative pole of the current measurements are combined. The current
measured is related as follows:

In the ADUA case, 1 A equals 20 mV

In the ADUB case, 1 A equals 10 mV

3.1.8 ADUB Overvoltage protection (Optional)

Provision can be made to protect against over-voltage the AC mains input and the
DC output for the ADUB. This protection can be integrated on the slice plate
located on the cabinet roof. The DC protection is connected to the negative line
because the Support system is positive earthed.

3.2 Controller unit (CCUA)

3.2.1 Connectors

The tables that follow identify the significance of each connector pinout.

Table 13. Q1 port D-9 (female) connector

Pin
Signal
Number
1 Q1_SSS_DN (IN-)

2 Not connected

3 GND

4 Not connected

5 Q1_SSS_UN (OUT-)

6 Q1_SSS_DP (IN+)

7 Not connected

8 Not connected

9 Q1_SSS_DP (OUT+)

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Table 14. LMP D-9 (female) connector

Pin
Signal
Number
1 Spare

2 LMP_IN

3 LMP_OUT

4 Spare

5 GND

6 Spare

7 Spare

8 Spare

9 V3P
(may also be V5P- future)

Table 15. RS485 D-9 (female) port connector

1 Not connected

2 TXDA

3 RXDB

4 Not connected

5 Not connected

6 Not connected

7 TXDB

8 TXDA

9 Not connected

3.2.2 CCUA control and monitoring interface

The CCUA affects the control and the monitoring functions on the UltraSite GSM
EDGE Support but can itself be controlled as follows:

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Locally by means of a laptop PC connected to the LMP connector (RS232


interface)

Remotely from the Network Management System (NMS) via the Q1-bus
(RS485 interface)

Where necessary, the whole range of CCUA software can be upgraded.

The Q1-bus interfaces the CCUA to the base station control unit (BOI) and the
information conveyed to/from the CCUA is as follows:

The CCUA alarms

The rectifier alarms

The LTEx alarms

The control number

The serial number

The version number

Temperature information from the rectifier unit. This information is used


to regulate the speed of the cooling fans

Temperature information from the LTEx unit

3.2.3 Alarm interfaces

The alarm status indicated by the CCUA is polled by the base station control unit
(BOI) via the Q1-bus. An alarm condition remains ON until the fault is corrected.

The CCUA sends some alarm signals to the EAC interface. A D-9 connector
enables up to 9 alarm signals from the CCUA to be conveyed to the BTS. These
alarms are user programmable so that the user can define the nature of alarms.

Table 16 identifies alarms generated by the CCUA. Table 17 shows BATA


generated alarms. Table 18 show unit fan and cabinet fan alarms. Table 19 shows
LTEx generated alarms.

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Table 16. CCUA generated alarms

Alarm
Description Status Cause
Number
1 SSS outdoor cabinet warning cabinet door open
door open

2 SSS extension warning cabinet door open


outdoor cabinet
(battery cabinet) door
open

3 Battery failure during warning Battery output voltage too low


automatic battery test

4 LTE compartment urgentx Temperature below


temperature low in programmed level
SSS indoor cabinet

5 LTE compartment urgentx Temperature above


temperature high in programmed level
SSS indoor cabinet

6 Battery temperature Warning1 Temperature below


low programmed level

7 Battery temperature Warning1 Temperature above


high programmed level

8 CCUA unit failure Urgent CCUA faulty or any temperature


sensor faulty or missing

9 DC voltage high Urgent Support DC output above


programmed level

10 DC distribution failure Urgent DC distribution fuse has failed,


BATA over temperature alarm
ON, or deep discharge relay in
wrong position

11 Mains breakdown; Urgent Rectifier AC input voltage too


Phase 1 low

12 Mains breakdown; Urgent Rectifier AC input voltage too


Phase 2 low

13 Mains breakdown; Urgent Rectifier AC input voltage too


Phase 3 low

14 Battery low Warning DC battery output voltage


below programmed level

15 Increase capacity Warningx Power consumption of load


higher than fixed warning level2

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Table 16. CCUA generated alarms (Continued)

Alarm
Description Status Cause
Number
16 Overvoltage protector overvoltage protector has
functioned generated an alarm

17 PSM alarm 1 Urgent Occurs when any urgent alarm


is active (see Table , Table ,
Table, Table and Table

18 PSM alarm 2 Warning Occurs when any warning


alarm is active (see Table ,
Table , Table, Table and Table

19 PSM alarm 3 Message Occurs when any message


alarm is active (see Table ,
Table , Table, Table and Table

20 PSM alarm 4 Reserved

21 PSM alarm 5 Reserved

22 PSM alarm 6 Reserved

23 IBBS temperature Information Rectifier internal temperature


increased for BTS increases above fixed level

24 IBBS temperature Information Rectifier internal temperature


high for BTS increases above fixed level

25 Configuration Information Serial and version numbers of


changed for BTS unit changed. The CCUA gives
the new configurational data
when requested by the BOI

x User can enable or disable the alarm using PSMMan

1 Information for BTS in IBBS case

2 Warning level is: Number of rectifier units -1 piece x power of one rectifier unit
< power consumption of the load.

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Table 17. Alarms generated by rectifier (BATA) unit

Alarm
Description Status Cause
Number
1 BATA unit (position x) warning x Alarm when BATA in position x
failure faulty

2 BATA unit (position x) warning Alarm when BATA in position x


over-temperature shows overtemperature (output
power reduction started)

3 BATA unit (position x) warning Alarm when BATA in position x


overtemperature has been shutdown because of
shutdown overtemperature

4 BATA unit (position x) warning Alarm when BATA in position x


overvoltage shutdown has been shutdown because of
overvoltage

5 BATA unit (position x) warning Alarm when BATA in position x


load sharing failure is not sharing the load current
being drawn

6 BATA unit (position x) warning Alarm when BATA in position x


auxiliary supply failure is non functional

7 BATA unit (position x) warning Alarm when input AC voltage to


mains supply failure BATA in position x is out of
range

x Should more than one BATA be faulty, the status is urgent

Table 18. Fan alarms generated by CCUA

Alarm
Description Status Cause
Number
Unit fan alarms:

1 Unit fan (position x) warning Alarm when fan speed in


decreased position x has reduced by 20%
performance from its reference speed
(rotation speed too slow
compared to speed control).
Alarm activated after 5 speed
measurements

2 Unit fan (position x) warning Alarm when fan in position x


failure has stopped rotating

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Table 18. Fan alarms generated by CCUA (Continued)

Alarm
Description Status Cause
Number
Cabinet fan alarms:

1 Cabinet fan (position urgent Alarm when fan speed in


x) decreased position x has reduced by 20%
performance from its reference speed
(rotation speed too slow
compared to speed control).
Alarm activated after 5 speed
measurements

2 Cabinet fan (position urgent Alarm when fan in position x


x) failure has stopped rotating

Table 19. LTEx generated alarms

Alarm
Description Status Cause
Number
1 LTEx unit (position x) urgent Alarm when LTEx unit in
failure position x fails

2 LTEx unit (position x) urgent Alarm when LTEx unit in


fan failure position x generates an alarm

3 LTEx unit (position x) urgent Alarm when the temperature in


temperature low LTEx unit in position x is low

4 Peltier element failure urgent Alarm when a peltier element in


in LTEx unit (position LTEx unit in position x is faulty
x)

5 LTEx unit (position x) urgent Alarm when temperature in


temperature high LTEx unit in position x is high

3.2.4 Rectifier interface

Information is conveyed between the CCUA and the rectifiers via the RS485-bus.
The information is as follows:

Alarm input signals

Control output signal for rectifier support mode. This enables active load
sharing of the rectifiers

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Temperature information for regulation of the rotation speed of the


external unit fans (see Fan Interface 3.2.5)

DC voltage control output. The nominal voltage is 54.5 VDC at 25 C . The


rectifier output voltage is controlled to be between 52 VDC and 58 VDC
(regulated in 110 mV steps)

3.2.5 Fan interface

The fan interface (for unit and cabinet) comprises these:

48 VDC (nominal) supply voltage to the fans

A PWM signal (fan speed) output to the fans

A rotation-information signal input (2 pulses/revolution, square wave)


from the fans

3.2.6 LTEx interface

The LTEx unit provides IP5x protection, heating and cooling for users IP20 class
LTE equipment. This is used only in the outdoor cabinet.

The interface consists of alarm inputs. The RS485-bus is used between the CCUA
and the LTEx.

The CCUA monitors the status of the LTE alarm signals (see Alarms 3.2.3)

3.2.7 LED details

The function of the LED on the CCUA front panel is as follows:

RED: The Unit Failure alarm is present

YELLOW: When any alarm from the cabinet is present or the Q1


connection to the BTS is missing. This does not apply to alarms used as
information to the BTS

GREEN: The CCUA unit is functioning correctly

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4 Specifications
This chapter deals with the electrical, the mechanical, the environmental and the
EMC specifications of the ADUA, the ADUB and the CCUA.

4.1 ADUA/B specifications


The Table 20 that follows gives specification details for the ADUA unit and the
ADUB unit. Unless stated otherwise, the information given is common to the two
units.

Table 20. AC/DC connection unit specifications

Parameter Details
Electrical:

Input voltage 3-phase: each line 208 to 240 VAC 20%;


sinewave

Input operating frequency 50 to 60 Hz 10%

Nominal current 3 x 17 A (ADUA)


3 x 32 A (ADUB)

AC power consumption 30 mA

AC distribution:
Each rectifier pair 20 A (ADUA); 40 A (ADUB)
Extension cabinet heater 16 A (ADUA)
Cabinet heaters 16 A (ADUB)
Auxiliary socket 10 A

DC rectifier output (operation):

Nominal voltage 54 VDC at 25 C (in accordance with


battery manufacturers recommendation
(SW adjustable)

Voltage range 39 to 58 VDC

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Parameter Details
Maximum voltage 58 VDC

Output ripple < 25 mV

Overload voltage fold-back

Transition between rectifier and DC output must not go below 48 V


battery back-up

Battery operation DC output must be in limits 54.48 VDC


and 39 VDC

Mechanical:

HxWxD ADUA: 150 mm (5.9 in) x 270 mm (10.6


in) x 330 mm (13 in)
ADUB; 230 mm (9.0 in) x 505 mm (19.9
in) x 365 mm (14.4 in)

Environment:

Protection IP55 and 4X (UL50 ) requirement

operational requirements ETS 300 019-1-4: 1992/A1: 1997


(requirements), class 4.1 (max.
temperature +60 C)
ETS 300 019-2-4: 1994/A1: 1997 (testing
methods), class 4.1 (special mechanical
tests 4M3)

High air temperature (+60 C) ETS 300 019-1-4, class 4.1 equipment
(installed in an outdoor cabinet)

Low air temperature (-45 C) ETS 300 019-1-4, class 4.1 equipment

Change of temperature (0.5 C/min ETS 300 019-1-4, class 4.1 equipment
from -33 C to +60 C)

Vibration IEC class 4M3

Shock IEC class 4M3

Earthquake Bellcore GR-63-CORE, Zone 4


IEC 68-2-57

Storage ETS 300 019-1-1:1992 (requirements),


class 1.3E
ETS 300 019-2-1:1994 (testing), class
1.3E (special mechanical tests: 1M4)

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Table 20. AC/DC connection unit specifications (Continued)

Parameter Details
Transportation ETS 300 019-1-2:1992 (requirements),
class 2.3
ETS 300 019-2-2:1994 (testing), class
2.3E

Enclosure integrity BS EN60529 (IP55)


UL 55 (4X)

EMC EN 300 386-2


47 CFR Ch 1 Part 15 Sub-part B

Safety IEC/EN 60950


UL 1950

MTBF 10 years according to Mil-HDBK 217F

4.2 CCUA specifications


Table 21 gives specification details for the CCUA unit.

Table 21. CCUA specifications

Parameter Details
Electrical:

DC input voltage 36 to 60 VDC

Protection 4A

MTBF 10 years according to Mil-HDBK 217F

Environmental:

Operating temperature -40 C to +60 C

Operational requirements ETS 300 019-1-4: 1992/A1: 1997, class


4.1 (requirements)
ETS 300 019-2-4: 1994/A1: 1997, class
4.1 (testing)
ETS 300 019-1-3: 1992/A1: 1997, class
3.2 (requirements)
ETS 300 019-2-3: 1994/A1: 1997/Pr
A2:1997, class 3.2 (testing)

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Parameter Details
Storage ETS 300 019-1-1: 1992, class 1.3E
(requirements)
ETS 300 019-2-1: 1994, class 1.3E
(testing)

Transportation ETS 300 019-1-2: 1992, class 2.3


(requirements)
ETS 300 019-2-2: 1994, class 2.3
(testing)

Mechanical:

Dimensions (mm) PCB: W = 233 mm (9.2 in); D = 160 -170


mm (6.3 - 6.7 in) including rear
connectors
Front Panel: H = 35 mm (1.4 in); W = 260
mm (10.2 in)

Weight 350 g (1 lb) approximately

Protection class IP5x according to IEC 529/EN 60529

EMC:

Enclosure Port:
Radiated emissions EN55022, class B
ESD immunity EN61000-4-2, level 3, B
ESD resistibility EN61000-4-2, level 4, R
Radiated immunity EN61000-4-3, level 3, V and H

Signal lines:
Fast Transient immunity EN61000-4-4, level 2, B

Power Ports (DC):


Fast transient immunity EN61000-4-4, level 3, B
Conducted RF immunity EN61000-4-6, level 3, A
Conducted emissions ETS 300 386-2

Safety IEC/EN60950
UL1950

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