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Nokia Flexi EDGE Base Station, Rel. EP2,


Product Documentation, v.1

Installing Flexi Cabinet for


Outdoor (FCOA)

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Contents

Contents

Contents 3

1 Summary of changes 5

2 Overview of installing FCOA 7

3 Removing the FCOA cabinet roof 9

4 Lifting the FCOA 11

5 Installing the cabinet 15


5.1 Anchoring the FCOA 15
5.2 Changing the opening direction of the FCOA door 18
5.3 Installing the FCOA security lock 30

6 Routing cabinet external cabling of FCOA 35


6.1 Routing the cables through FCOA cabinet bottom 35
6.2 Routing the cables through FCOA cabinet roof 42

7 Grounding the FCOA 45

8 Installing optional items 49


8.1 Installing air filter 49
8.2 Installing battery backup and site support solutions for FCOA 58
8.2.1 Overview of battery backup and site support solution for FCOA 58
8.2.2 Disassembling the rack 58
8.2.3 Installing batteries 60
8.2.4 Installing PDU and site support module 67
8.2.5 Installing rectifier units (WPMB/WPMC) 89
8.2.6 Installing site support module without battery backup 91
8.2.7 Installing 3rd party LTE units in the site support module 98
8.2.8 Connecting battery backup and site support alarms in FCOA 99
8.2.9 Changing the alarm polarity and disabling the LTE distribution alarm of the
WPUB unit 105
8.2.10 Changing the alarm polarity and disabling the LTE distribution alarm of the
WPUC unit 107
8.3 Installing fire detector 109
8.4 Taking power for additional site equipment 111

9 Checklist for installing FCOA 113

Appendix A Installation tools and torque values 115


A.1 Installation tools for Flexi EDGE BTS 115
A.2 Torque values 116

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Summary of changes

1 Summary of changes
Changes between issues 3-0 and 2-0

Updated chapters:

. Anchoring the FCOA anchor bolt size recommendation added


. Installing air filter power cabling information updated
. Installing batteries the figure Principle of locating the battery
supports updated
.
Installing PDU and site support module alarm cabling instructions
updated
.
Connecting battery backup and site support alarms alarm cabling
figures added.
.
Changing the alarm polarity and disabling the LTE distribution alarm
of the WPUB unit instructions for changing the alarm polarity
updated and information on disabling LTE distribution alarm added
. Changing the alarm polarity and disabling the LTE distribution alarm
of the WPUC unit information on disabling LTE distribution alarm
added

Removed sections:

.
Appendix A: Contents of delivery

Changes between issues 2-0 and 1-0

New chapters:

. Routing cabinet external cabling of FCOA


. Overview of battery backup and site support solution for FCOA
. Installing site support module without battery backup

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. Installing 3rd party LTE units in the site support module


. Connecting battery backup and site support alarms in FCOA

Updated chapters:

.
Overview of installing FCOA: changed the order of steps.
. Removing the FCOA cabinet roof: updated the Purpose section.
.
Anchoring the FCOA: added information about recommended bolt
size.
.
Installing air filter: added information about connecting power to the
filter and about properly closing the control box cover. Figure in
Summary section updated.
. Installing batteries: Figure in step 6 updated.
. Installing site support module and PDU for battery backup: changed
the title and updated the Before you start section. Moved DIP switch
information to chapter Connecting battery backup and site support
alarms in FCOA.

Removed chapters:

.
Installing Flexi System External Alarm (FSEB)
. Appendix FSEB interface signals and connector pin assignments

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2 Overview of installing FCOA


Purpose

This is an overview of how to install Nokia Flexi Cabinet for Outdoor


(FCOA).

Before you start

Check that you have the needed installation tools available. See Appendix
Installation tools and torque values.

Warning

If performing installation or maintenance procedures on a BTS,


make sure that all transmitters in the area are switched off.

Warning

The antenna generates electromagnetic fields at radio


frequencies. Do not cross the compliance boundary.

Steps

1. Check that the site meets the installation requirements.

For more information, see Requirements for Installation and


Operation.

2. Locate the site pack in the bottom right corner of the cabinet.

3. Remove the cabinet roof, if needed.

4. If required, lift the cabinet to the installation location.

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5. Change the door opening direction, if needed.

6. Anchor the cabinet on the base.

7. Install the security lock, if needed.

8. Prepare the cabinet cable entries.

9. Route the grounding cable and ground the cabinet.

10. Install the air filter (FCFA), if needed.

11. Installing Flexi System External Alarm (FSEB)

12. Install the Site Support Module (FCSA) and Integrated Battery
Backup (MIBBU), if needed. If you are using the Flexi Rectifier
Module (FRMA, FRMB or FRMC), see the installation
instructions in NOLS.

13. Install the heat detector (FCDA), if needed.

Further information

Next, install the modules inside the cabinet, and route and install the
cables. For instructions, see Creating FCOA Configurations.

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3 Removing the FCOA cabinet roof


Purpose

The cabinet roof is removed for the following tasks:

. lifting the cabinet,


. routing the cabinet external cabling through the roof,
. installing the air filter,
. changing the door handedness, or
.
installing auxiliary boxes (FSEB, FSEC, LMU)

Steps

1. Open the door.

DN7068496

Figure 1. Opening the door of the cabinet

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2. Remove the screws behind the front plate.

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DN70287227

Figure 2. Removing the screws

3. Remove the roof.

DN70287242

Figure 3. Removing the roof

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4 Lifting the FCOA


Purpose

Follow these instructions when the cabinet must be lifted to the desired
installation location.

An empty cabinet weighs max. 80 kg (176.3 lbs). It can be lifted by a


sufficient number of personnel using the lifting handles (WLHA lifting
handle kit 469554A). Lifting eye bolts are not included in the cabinet
delivery. They can be ordered separately (466289A).

The cabinet can also be lifted when fully equipped. Because of the weight
of the cabinet, it must be lifted with a crane.

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Handle

DN70119951

Figure 4. Lifting handles

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Summary

Minimum
1500 mm
Lifting eye bolts (59.1 in)
(4 places)

3
2

DN7068215

Figure 5. Lifting the cabinet

Warning

The cabinets are heavy. Additional personnel or lifting equipment


may be needed when the cabinets are moved, unpacked, or lined
up. In addition, follow any local regulations applicable to the
installation.

Steps

1. Remove the cabinet roof.

2. Attach the 4 x M12 lifting eye bolts to the attachment points.

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3. Attach the hoisting belt or rope to the lifting eye bolts.

Make sure that the hoisting belt or rope loop is min.1500 mm (59.1
in.) high to avoid bending the equipment.

Caution

A fully equipped cabinet is heavy. Make sure that the hoisting belt or
rope is sufficiently strong.

4. Lift the cabinet carefully to the desired installation location.

5. Mount the cabinet.

6. Remove the lifting equipment.

7. Install the roof.

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5 Installing the cabinet

5.1 Anchoring the FCOA


Purpose

The cabinet must be anchored to the base if there is any risk of it toppling
in areas with an earthquake risk, for example.

Before you start

The site is prepared and ready.

When raining, some water may enter the cabinet through the door and
back wall. It is important that the water can exit via the holes on the cabinet
floor. If the cabinet is exposed to rain, it must be installed at least 20...50
mm off the ground by using, for example, an I-beam rail, metal grating or
C-bars.

The recommended anchor bolt size is M12 x 60 mm. The bolts are not
included in the delivery.

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Summary

Cabinet fixing nut

Cabinet spring washer

20-50 mm off
the ground
Anchor bolt
Concrete

DN7067649

Figure 6. Anchoring the cabinet

Steps

1. Drill the anchoring bolt holes on the base.

See the drilling template in the packing.

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with air filter cables


routed via back

with air filter and


cables routed via
side or bottom

back wall
75 mm (3.0 in)
620 mm (24.4 in)

1105 mm (43.5 in)


605 mm (23.8 in)
205 mm (8.1 in)
Air filter

105 mm (4.1 in)


575 mm (22.6 in)

fixing points o 15 mm
90 mm

Front side

DN70119963

Figure 7. Anchoring bolt locations

2. Attach the anchoring bolts to the base.

3. Position the cabinet on the anchoring bolts.

4. Fix the nuts on the anchoring bolts.

5. Check that the cabinet is level.

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6. Tighten the nuts to 49 Nm.

5.2 Changing the opening direction of the FCOA door


Purpose

The door opening direction can be changed.

Tip

If the cabinet installation location has limited space, change the door
handedness before taking the cabinet to the location.

Caution

Standing on the door may cause the door to buckle. Do not climb on the
cabinet door to access the roof.

Steps

1. Detach the wind stopper from the door (two screws).

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2

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2. Detach the wind stopper from the cabinet by moving it to the left
first.

3. Detach the grounding cable from the door.

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ground cable

DN70119987

4. Remove the hinge pins (3 pcs) and detach the door.

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4a

4b

Loosen
5 the hinge Remove
screw the hinge

DN7073588

5. Remove the hinge screws (3 pcs) and hinges from the cabinet.

6. Remove the plastic plugs and install them on the other side of
the cabinet.

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6 6

7
6

7
7 6

DN7073607

7. Move the hinges to the new location in the cabinet.

8. Detach the locking rod guide plate.

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9. Detach the door side plate (lock side).

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10

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10. Flip the door side plate 180 degrees (upside down).

11. Attach the door side plate back in its place.

Fix with six screws. Tighten the two top screws first, then the two
bottom ones, and lastly the two screws in the middle.

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11a 11c

11b

DN70145637

12. Thread the guide plate to the locking rod and attach it to the
door.

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13. Flip the door 180 degrees (upside down).

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14. Install the door to the cabinet using the hinge pins.

Push the hinge pins at least halfway down the hinge slots.

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15. Thread the wind stopper to the guiding slot in the cabinet.

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16. Attach the wind stopper to the door.

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DN7073685

17. Detach the grounding cable from the cabinet.

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Detail view inside the cabinet

18
19

ground
cable

DN70120014

18. Attach the grounding cable to the new location in the cabinet.

19. Attach the grounding cable to the door.

20. Move the magnetic proximity sensor magnet part from the
bottom of the door to the top.
a. Detach the two M3 screws.
b. Flip the detached part 180 degrees.
c. Move the magnet part to its new location and fix with the two
M3 screws.

5.3 Installing the FCOA security lock


Purpose

An optional customer-specific lock can be installed on the cabinet door to


prevent unauthorised personnel from accessing the cabinet. The lock
installation is either a right-hand or left-hand installation depending on the
handedness of the cabinet door.

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Summary

Right hand installation


Unlocked Locked

Left hand installation


Unlocked Locked

DN70148334

Figure 8. Installing the security lock

Steps

1. Remove one of the rubber plugs.

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2. Remove the generic security lock latch from the lock.

3. Take the security lock latch from the site pack.

DN70148358

4. Fit the security lock on the cabinet door.

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5. Secure the security lock in its place with a nut.

DN70148397

6. Attach the security lock latch to the lock.

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7. Secure the lock latch with a nut.

8. Fix a rubber plug into the empty hole.

9. Test the security lock.

Test the lock by turning the key clockwise. Check that the latch
moves correctly and that the door can be locked.

In a left-hand installation, test the lock by turning the key clockwise


and make sure that the latch is pointing upwards.

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6 Routing cabinet external cabling of


FCOA

6.1 Routing the cables through FCOA cabinet bottom


Purpose

The cabinet external cables can be routed in the cabinet through the cable
entry on the cabinet bottom.

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Summary

DN70473357

Figure 9. Antenna cable routing through the bottom of the cabinet

Steps

1. Detach the three screws on the right side of the cable entry.

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DN70227072

Figure 10. Routing the cables through cabinet bottom step 1

2. Remove the three cable gaskets from the cable entry.

DN70227096

Figure 11. Routing the cables through cabinet bottom step 2

3. Route the power cables using cable clamps. Start cabling from
the left.

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Cable clamps and screws are included in the site pack.

power
cables

transmission 4
cables

DN70227103

Figure 12. Routing the cables through cabinet bottom steps 3 and 4

cable clamps
for power cables

DN70227115

Figure 13. Routing the cables through cabinet bottom detail figure

4. Route the transmission cables through the cable entry and fix
with cable ties.

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5. Remove teeth from the cable gasket as necessary (one tooth


per cable).

Tip

If the cable is thin, it is not necessary to remove any teeth.

DN70227127

Figure 14. Routing the cables through cabinet bottom step 5

6. Install the first cable gasket in place.

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cable
ties

DN70227139

Figure 15. Routing the cables through cabinet bottom step 6

7. Route antenna cables through the cable entry and fix with cable
ties.

antenna
cables

DN70227142

Figure 16. Routing the cables through cabinet bottom step 7

8. Install the second cable gasket.

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DN70227154

Figure 17. Routing the cables through cabinet bottom step 8

9. Route antenna cables through the cable entry and fix with cable
ties.

10
9

DN70227166

Figure 18. Routing the cables through cabinet bottom steps 9 and 10

10. Install the remaining cable gasket.

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6.2 Routing the cables through FCOA cabinet roof


Purpose

The cabinet external cables can be routed in the cabinet through the
cabinet roof.

Before you start

Remove the cabinet roof.

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Summary

Inside the roof

1 Cable
entries 2

2
power
cables
cable 4
clambs

cable
6
ties 5

DN7068099

Figure 19. Routing the cables through cabinet roof

Steps

1. Remove the cover plate from the lead-through you are going to
use.

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There are three possible lead-throughs on top of the cabinet: one on


each side, and one in the back.

If you are using the lead-through in the back of the cabinet, first
remove the rubber lead-ins on the inside of the cabinet to uncover
the cable entry screws.

2. Place the lower half of the cable entry on the lead-through and
fix with screws.

3. Route the cables in the cabinet.

Power cables must be routed through cable clamps to reduce strain


on the cables. Cable clamps and screws are included in the site
pack.

4. Fix the power cables with cable clamps.

5. Fix the other cables with cable ties.

6. Place the upper half of the cable entry on top of the lower one,
fixing the cables to their places.

Fix with screws.

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7 Grounding the FCOA


Before you start

The grounding cable is not included in the delivery.

Caution

Follow the local safety regulations when grounding the cabinet.

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Summary

DN70100864

Figure 20. Site main grounding points in FCOA

Steps

1. Make sure the grounding cable is fixed to the site grounding


point.

2. Guide the cable through the cable entry.

3. Strip approx. 2 cm (0.79 in.) of the main ground cable.

4. Insert the stripped end of the cable into a cable shoe lug and
crimp.

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5. Fit the lug to the grounding point in the cabinet and fix with a
star washer and nut.

Tighten to 3 Nm (for M5) or 5 Nm (for M8).

Tip

M8 is recommended for main grounding.

Further information

The modules are grounded to the cabinet rack, and no separate module
grounding cables are required.

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8 Installing optional items

8.1 Installing air filter


Purpose

The optional FCFA delivery (air filter and wind plate) can be used when the
environmental conditions require it.

Before you start

Remove the cabinet roof.

Remove the site bag on the top left corner of the air filter.

When unpacking the FCFA delivery, push the air filter back panel
horizontally until it no longer moves freely. Then lift the plate upwards
keeping it level.

Tip

It is recommended that the cabling be routed to the side or bottom when


the air filter is used. If the air filter is installed in an equipped cabinet, the
cables are routed in the rear and antenna jumper cables must be
disconnected.

There are two options for connecting power to the air filter:

. Connect the power cable (995083) to a power port on either the


System Module (ESMA) or System Extension Module (ESEA).
. Connect the power cable (995260) to the System Module power
input bolts.

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Summary

Place for the


cover plate
(418 x 142 mm)

to control box
cabinet pressure
hose to + terminal
pressure ambient
sensor pressure hose

DN70121119

Figure 21. Air filter power supply cable

Steps

1. Remove the 4 x M5 screws inside the cabinet.

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back side

1
M5
4 pcs

DN70150241

Figure 22. Removing the 4 x M5 screws inside the cabinet and the cabinet back
panel

2. Remove the cabinet back panel.

Lift the back panel first upwards and then outwards.

3. Remove the two bars behind the cabinet.

Loosen the 4 x M5 screws from both sides and detach the bars.

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DN70150253

Figure 23. Removing the two bars behind the cabinet

4. Remove the air filter roof.

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Figure 24. Removing the air filter roof

5. Fix the air filter in place with the guide pins (one at the top and
one at the bottom of the air filter).

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M5
15 pcs

5
5

DN70150277

Figure 25. Fixing the air filter

6. Fix the air filter on the cabinet with 4 x M5 on the roof and 22 x
M5 screws at the back.

Fix the four screws on the roof first.

Tip

Use the screws from the detached bars in the previous step. In addition,
use additional screws included in the air filter site pack.

7. Open the control box.

8. Connect the alarm cable to the FSEB box.

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9. Route the air filter fan power cable through a vacant bushing
seal and connect it to the screw terminal on the control box
printed circuit board.

There are two alternatives. Either:


a. Connect the power cable (995083) from the System Module
(Ext output).
Or:
b. Connect the power cable (995260) from the System Module
power input bolts.

10. Route the ambient pressure hose to the cabinet door.

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DN70150289

Figure 26. Routing the ambient pressure hose to the cabinet door

11. Install the control box cover.

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Caution

If the cover is not closed properly, water may enter the control box.
Make sure that the cover matches the notches on the control box.

12. Fix the cables to the fixing points with cable ties.

13. Install the air filter back panel.

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17

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Figure 27. Installing the air filter back panel, the air filter roof and the cabinet
roof

14. Install the air filter roof.

15. Install the cable entry, if necessary.

16. Install the cabinet roof.

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17. Install the wind plate on the cabinet door, if necessary.

16a

16c

16d
16b

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Figure 28. Installing the wind plate on the cabinet door

a. Fix four screws and washers on the cabinet door. Make sure
the washers are placed the convex side outwards from the
System module or System Extension module PWR 6 output.
b. Install the wind plate.
c. Tighten the screws.
d. Fix the rubber plugs in the wind plate.

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8.2 Installing battery backup and site support solutions


for FCOA

8.2.1 Overview of battery backup and site support solution for FCOA

The optional site support module (FCSA) is used with the outdoor cabinet
to provide long-term battery back-up for the Flexi EDGE BTS. It also
provides IP55-protected space for 3rd party 19” Line Terminating
Equipment (LTE) units.

The FCSA is installed in the FCOA along with batteries and a Power
Distribution Unit (WPUB or WPUC). The PDU converts AC power into DC
power, which is then used by the BTS. Alarms routed from the battery
backup solution can be routed to the System Module, FSEB or other
external alarm box.

The FCSA can also be used without battery backup to provide power and
IP55 protection for 3rd party LTE units. In this scenario, an FSEC must be
installed on the FCOA roof to provide power to the FCSA.

The following HW is required for the FCOA battery backup and site
support solution:

. Battery options:
. Power safe battery 4 x 12V62F
.
Power safe battery 4 x 12V92F
. Flexi Cabinet Site Support Module (FCSA)
.
Rectifier Units (WPMB/WPMC)
. Power Distribution Unit (PDU) (WPUB/WPUC)
.
Optional items:
. Flexi EDGE Battery Alarm cable (EBCA)
. Flexi EDGE OVP (FSEC) box (provides power to the FCSA if
the battery backup solution is not used)

8.2.2 Disassembling the rack

Purpose

Before installing the site support, the lower part of the cabinet rack must be
disassembled.

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Summary

2
2

2 3

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Figure 29. Disassembling the rack

Steps

1. Remove the air guide plate (two screws).

2. Remove the screws (8 pcs).

See figure Disassembling the rack for a detailed screw location.

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Tip

Save the screws for later use.

3. Disassemble the two lower shelves and the vertical wall.

Further information

Proceed to the Installing batteries section.

8.2.3 Installing batteries

Before you start

. Make sure that the outdoor cabinet is grounded to the site main
ground.
. Install the MIBBU unit in the site support module.
.
Disassemble the rack as instructed in the Disassembling the rack
section.

Steps

1. Install the mounting part to the left.

DN7073704

2. Fix with two screws on the wall (M5x8) and two screws on the
floor (M5x12).

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3. Install the air guide plate between the left mounting rack and the
cabinet rack with two screws.

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4. Install the battery back fixing plate.

There are two possible installation locations depending on the size


of the batteries.
.
If you are using 92 Ah batteries, proceed as instructed in these
instructions.
.
If you are using 62 Ah batteries, remove the rail from the
battery back fixing plate first.

5. Fix with three screws.

left side right side


5

Rail

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Figure 30. 92 Ah batteries

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5
4

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Figure 31. 62 Ah batteries

6. Move the battery support on the left to the location required by


the size of the batteries.

battery supports

DN7073731

Figure 32. Locating the battery supports

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92 Ah 62 Ah

mounting
rail
space for space for
batteries batteries

DN70135374

Figure 33. Principle of locating the battery supports

7. Pre-install two screws on the cabinet.

8. Install the mounting rail to the right. Fix with two screws.

See the following figure for a detailed location.

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8

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9. Install the batteries.

Use an isolated wrench.

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left side right side

9a
cage
nuts 9a

9c

9b

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a. Fix 4 x cage nuts to the cabinet.


b. Fix rubber pads between batteries, four pads on the right side
of each battery, one pad in each corner.
c. Place the batteries in the cabinet, starting from the left.
d. Fix with the battery front plate.
If you are using 62 Ah batteries, remove the rail behind the
battery front plate.
e. Connect the batteries in series and tighten the bolt.
f. Install the battery terminal covers.
g. Connect the battery cable (994955) to the batteries and tighten
to 5 Nm.
Make sure you install the rubber boots.

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Expected outcome

Battery back
fixing plate

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Figure 34. Principle of installing batteries

8.2.4 Installing PDU and site support module

Purpose

The optional site support module (FCSA) can be used with the outdoor
cabinet to provide long-term battery back-up time for the Flexi EDGE BTS,
and a space for installing LTE units. The MIBBU (WPUB or WPUC) is
utilised when a site support module is used. The MIBBU (WPUB or
WBUC) converts the AC power into DC power, which the base station
uses.

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Table 1. Pin mapping of the D15 female alarm connector

Pin Signal Pin Signal


1 INT_FAN_ALARM 9 MAINS#3
2 EXT_FAN_ALARM 10 ALARM_GND
3 TEMP_ALARM 11 ALARM_GND
4 LTE_POWER_ALA 12 ALARM_GND
RM
5 EXT_ALARM1 13 ALARM_GND
(default not
connected)
6 EXT_ALARM2 14 ALARM_GND
(default not
connected)
7 MAINS#1 15 ALARM_GND
8 MAINS#2

Three alarm lines from the MIBBU are routed via the control card to EAC.

Table 2. Pin mapping of the D9 female alarm connector

Pin Signal Pin Signal


1 MAINS#1 6 NC
2 MAINS#2 7 NC
3 MAINS#3 8 NC
4 NC 9 ALARM_GND
5 NC

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+-
48 V Out
Fuse
max 3.15 A
+-
48 V Out
Fuse +-
max 3.15 A 48 V Out
Fuse
Status max 10 A

Ext Alarms
Output Int
fan1
MIBBU Alarms Int
Input fan2
Ext +-
fan1 48 V Out
Ext
fan2 Fuse
max 3.15 A
+-
48 V Out
Fuse
max 3.15 A

DN70164318

Figure 35. FCSA control and power distribution card

The FCSA control and power distribution card provides power feeds to the
LT units.

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Tip

With Flexi Cabinet Site Support Module (FCSA) version 103, it is


possible to have a Flexi Rectifier Module 6000 (FRMA) installed. In that
case, uninstall the AC interface support part from inside the FCSA by
removing the two screws prior to FRMA installation.

AC interface support

DN70473212

Figure 36. AC interface support

Before you start

.
Open the site support module and take out the installation parts.
. Check that the alarm polarity is correct and disable the LTE
distribution alarm if needed. The default setting for the alarm polarity
is Normally Open. For instructions, see Changing the alarm polarity
and disabling the LTE distribution alarm of the WPUB unit or
Changing the alarm polarity and disabling the LTE distribution alarm
of the WPUC unit, depending on your base station setup.
Remember also to change the Intelligent Shutdown polarity, if using
it.

Steps

1. Fix the external fans on the site support module (FCSA) with
four M5x16 screws.

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2. Remove covers from the bushing seals you are going to use.

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DC cable

External alarms
AC cable

battery cable

DN70385316

Figure 37. FCSA bushing seals

3. Place the FCSA module on its back. Take care not to damage
the guide pins on the module.

4. Remove the plastic cover from the rear of the PDU.

The plastic cover shields the connectors from above. It needs to be


removed before the cables can be attached to the PDU.

Warning

Risk of short circuit. Make sure that all the breakers on the power
distribution unit (PDU) front panel are in the OFF position before
you connect the cables.

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5. Uninstall the FCSA control and power distribution card.

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6. Connect the cable (994953) behind the control and power


distribution card and reinstall the card.

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-
BTS

- +
-

6
Common+

+
Battery -

DN70155233

7. Connect the control and power distribution card power feeding


cable to the PDU.

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Figure 38. Principle of connecting two power cables to the same terminal of
PDU.

In case the MIBBU (WPUB or WBUC) is not used, power for the
FCSA control card is taken from the FSEC which is located on the
FCOA ceiling.

8. Remove the cable ties that are holding the battery cables
together.

9. Route the battery cables through the bushing seals in the back
of the site support module.

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Make sure the rubber parts remain in place when routing the cables.
- Do not tighten the bushing seals at this point.
BTS

- +
-
Common+

9
Battery -

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10. Attach the DC cables to the rear of the PDU.

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-
BTS

- +
-

10
Common+

+
Battery -

10

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Top view WPUB cabling

Control card +
Control card -

Battery +

Battery -
BTS +
BTS -

Connect
the cables
- - + + - Remove the
plastic cover

BTS - Battery - Common+

DN7068106

Figure 39. Connecting DC cables to PDU (WPUB)

Top view WPUC cabling


Control card +
Control card -

Battery +
Battery -

BTS +
BTS -

Connect
the cables
1
45 degrees
Remove or less
the
plastic BTS - Battery - Common + Remove the
cover plastic cover

DN70120077

Figure 40. Connecting DC cables to PDU (WPUC)

11. Reinstall the plastic cover on the PDU.

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12. Route the AC cable through the bushing seal in the rear of the
FCSA.

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13. Connect the AC cable to the AC terminal plate.

See the following figures for AC cable connections.

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Single Phase connection

N1 L1

N2 L2
AC Power
input cable N3 L3

PE
Cable routing Bridges
support

1~ Connection

N N1 L1 L
N2 L2
N3 L3
PE PE L1/L2/L3= Phase
N= Neutral, PE= Protective earth

DN02165007

Figure 41. Single phase, 230 V AC

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3-phase delta connection

N1 L1

N2 L2
AC Power
input cable N3 L3

PE
Cable routing
support

3~ Connection

N1 L1 L1
N2 L2 L2
N3 L3 L3
PE PE L1/L2/L3= Phase
N= Neutral, PE= Protective earth

DN02178657

Figure 42. 3-phase (delta), base voltage 100-120 V AC

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3-phase star connection

N1 L1

N2 L2
AC Power
input cable N3 L3

PE
Cable routing
Bridge
support

3~Y Connection

N N1 L1 L1
N2 L2 L2
N3 L3 L3
PE PE L1/L2/L3= Phase
N= Neutral, PE= Protective earth

DN02178645

Figure 43. 3-phase (star), 230 V AC

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14

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14. Install the AC terminal plate on the FCSA.

The AC interface comes attached to the PDU with a sleeve. Install


the AC terminal plate inside the brackets in the site support module:
a. Slide the rear edge of the AC interface in the bracket slots.
b. Fix the front edge on the bracket with two screws.
15. If you are using the WPUB unit
Then

connect the thermal sensor cable to the back of the PDU.

16. Install the PDU.

Slide the PDU unit inside the site support module. Fix with four M5
screws.

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17

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17. Tighten the bushing seals.


. PG13.5 to 2.5 Nm
. PG21 and PG29 to 5 Nm
18. If you are using the WPUC unit
Then

connect the battery thermal sensor cable to the front panel of


the PDU.

19. Align the site support module (with the PDU unit) with the
guiding pins in the back of the cabinet. Install the site support
module.

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20. Fix the site support module to the cabinet with two screws.

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21. Fix the battery cables to the battery front plate with cable ties so
that they cross each other.

22. Route the thermal sensor cable and push the rubber plug in
place.

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23. Connect the site support fan cables to the Int fan and Ext fan
connectors on the FCSA control card.

Route the cables through the site support module cable entries.
Push the rubber plug through the cable entry to seal the entry point.
Fix the fan cables to the cabinet with cable ties.

24. Connect the alarm cable (994957) from the Ext Alarms Output
connector on the FCSA control card to the external alarms
connector located in the FSEB box (if used) on the cabinet roof.

The cable is delivered with the FCSA.

Route the alarm cable through the cable entries on the side of the
site support module sloping downwards. Once the cable is outside
the site support module, make sure to make a proper loop and route
the cable to the cabinet roof.

Table 3. Pin mapping of the external alarms connector of the FSEB

Pin Signal
X106 1-6 External alarms 1-6
X108 7-12 External alarms 7-12
X109, X111, Ground
X113

If you are taking into use the three additional alarms (in addition to
the three mains alarms), do not connect the MAINS alarm wire from
the cable.

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25. If only the three mains alarms are taken in use, connect the
alarm cable (994735) from the EAC connector on the PDU to the
MIBBU Alarms Input connector on the FCSA control card.

The cable is delivered with the MIBBU.

Fix with cable ties.

There are three alarm lines from the MIBBU unit routed via the
control card to the FSEB.

If the three additional alarms in addition to the three mains alarms


are taken in use, connect the alarm cable (995239) from the EAC
connector on the PDU to the external alarms connector of the FSEB.

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The cable is delivered with the FCSA.

Fix with cable ties.

Note that three additional alarms must be set up during


commissioning.

26. Connect the battery cable connector from the PDU to the
battery cable connector from the batteries.

26

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8.2.5 Installing rectifier units (WPMB/WPMC)

Purpose

The PDU provides four slots for rectifiers. Each of the PDU versions
(WPUB/WPUC) has its own rectifier unit: WPMB/WPMC. Install the
rectifier units as described in these instructions.

Before you start

Remove the dummy panels from the PDU.

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Steps

1. Install the rectifier units.

Install the rectifier units in their places. Note that if the rectifier is the
type that has the retaining hooks (WPMB), the hooks must be in an
open position before fixing the unit in place. Use a small screwdriver
in the holes in the upper left- and right-hand corners of the unit to
release the hooks.

1 Retaining hooks

2 Fixing screw

DN0424983

Figure 44. Installing the rectifiers, WPMB (top) and WPMC (bottom)

2. Secure the units.

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When the unit is in place, tighten the knurled-head fixing screw or


insert the retaining hooks in their slots, depending on the unit type
used.

Caution

The retaining hooks are fragile. Do not carry the unit by the retaining
hooks.

3. Switch on the breakers on the PDU front panel.

Turn the breakers on the PDU front panel into the ON position.

Warning

Risk of electric shock. Do not switch on the breakers before the


base transceiver station (BTS) installation is complete.

4. Close the lid.

Further information

If you are using the Flexi Rectifier Module (FRMx), see Principles for
installing FRMA, FRMB and FRMC in Flexi EDGE BTS configurations in
document Installing Nokia Flexi EDGE BTS Optional Items.

8.2.6 Installing site support module without battery backup

Before you start

The site support module (FCSA) can be used without battery backup to
provide an IP55-protected environment for 3rd party Line Terminating
Equipment (LTE) units.

The FSEC is required to provide power to the FCSA. For FSEC installation
instructions, see Installing optional items.

The rack must be disassembled before installing the FCSA. Open the
FCSA and take out the installation parts before you begin.

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1. Fix the external fans on the site support module (FCSA) with
four M5x16 screws.

DN70154873

2. Remove covers from the bushing seals you are going to use.

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DC cable

External alarms
AC cable

battery cable

DN70385316

Figure 45. FCSA bushing seals

3. Place the FCSA module on its back. Take care not to damage
the guide pins on the module.

4. Uninstall the FCSA control and power distribution card.

5. Connect the cable (995068) behind the control and power


distribution card and reinstall the card.

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Figure 46. Connecting the cable

6. Route the other end of cable 995068 through the bushing seals
and connect it to the FSEC.

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BTS

- +
-

6
Common+

+
Battery -

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Figure 47. Principle of connecting two power cables to the same terminal of
PDU.

In case the MIBBU is not used, power for the FCSA control card is
taken from the FSEC which is located on the FCOA ceiling.

7. Tighten the bushing seals.


.
PG13.5 to 2.5 Nm
. PG21 and PG29 to 5 Nm

8. Align the site support module with the guiding pins in the back
of the cabinet. Install the site support module.

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9. Fix the site support module to the cabinet with two screws.

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10. Connect the site support fan cables to the Int fan and Ext fan
connectors on the FCSA control card.

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Route the cables through the site support module cable entries.
Push the rubber plug through the cable entry to seal the entry point.
Fix the fan cables to the cabinet with cable ties.

8.2.7 Installing 3rd party LTE units in the site support module

Before you start

The FCSA has 4U of 19 in. (48,26 cm) rack space for 3rd party Line
Terminating Equipment (LTE) units. The installation requirements for 3rd
party LTE units are:

. All equipment must be mounted to the 19 in. (48,26 cm) rack


. Maximum depth of LTE equipment behind is 400 mm (15,75 In)
. Alarms:
. one default LTE power malfunction alarm from FCSA (one
alarm line is used for all power lines)
. Power distribution provides five fused 48V DC lines:
.
one 10 amp
. four 3.15 amp
.
Power cables and connectors (female Phoenix) are not provided in
the Flexi EDGE BTS delivery and must be sourced locally or
prepared at the site.

Steps

1. Fix four cage nuts to the 1 in. rack in the FCSA.

2. Fix the LTE unit on the rack with four M5 screws.

3. Connect one end of the power cable to one of the 48V Out
connectors on the FCSA control card and the other end to the
power connector on the LTE unit.

4. Complete the LTE unit installation using the manufacturer's


instructions.

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8.2.8 Connecting battery backup and site support alarms in FCOA

Before you start

The battery backup and site support alarms for FCOA are “plug and play”.
No configuration is required if the default alarm configurations are used.

Alarms for the Power Distribution Unit (WPUB or WPUC) can either be
routed to the FSEB or other external alarm box through the FCSA control
card or routed directly to the System Module (ESMA) using the optional
Flexi Alarm Battery Cable (EBCA). Alarms for the FCSA fans and LTE
units are routed from the FCSA control card to the external alarm box.

There are two possible alarm cabling configurations with the Flexi EDGE
FCOA battery solution:

. With EBCA cable (provides 10 default alarms). See the following


figure for Flexi EDGE FCOA battery backup and site support alarm
cabling with EBCA.

994957

ESM

EACX-S

Ext Alarms
FCSA
Output
FSEB
471464A
MIBBU Alarms
WLB alarm 994945
Input
EAC
EAC

FPA ESMA
WPUB/C
DN70521099

Figure 48. Flexi EDGE FCOA battery backup and site support alarm cabling
with EBCA

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. EBCA cable is connected from the PDU to the System


Module.
. FSCA alarm cable is connected from the FCSA control card to
the external alarm box
. Without EBCA cable (provides 7 default alarms). See the following
figure for Flexi EDGE FCOA battery backup and site support alarm
cabling without EBCA.

994957

MIBBU Alarms
ESM
Input

EACX-S

Ext Alarms
FCSA
Output
FSEB

994735 WLB alarm 994945

EAC
EAC

WPUB/C ESMA
DN70521087

Figure 49. Flexi EDGE FCOA battery backup and site support alarm cabling
without EBCA

.
PDU alarm cable is connected from the PDU to the FCSA
. FCSA alarm cable is connected from the FCSA control card to
the external alarm box

The default alarms are:

. Mains 1 - Mains breakdown with battery backup (PDU alarm)


. Mains 2 - Mains breakdown with battery backup (PDU alarm)
. Mains 3 – Mains breakdown with battery backup (PDU alarm)

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. PSM 1 - Site powering faulty (PDU alarm with EBCA cable only)
. PSM 2 - Site powering operation degraded (PDU alarm with EBCA
cable only)
.
PSM 3 - Site powering notification (PDU alarm with EBCA cable
only)
.
Internal fan alarm (FCSA)
. External fan alarm (FCSA)
.
Temperature alarm (FCSA)
. LTE power alarm (FCSA)

For the alarm pin configurations, see FSAA pin colour mapping and FSEB
interface signals and connector pin assignments in document Installing
Flexi EDGE BTS Optional Items.

Using the EBCA cable provides three additional PDU alarms and it frees
space for three extra alarm lines on the external alarm box because the
PDU alarms are connected to the System Module. Note that the FCSA
control card alarms (fans, LTE power, and so on) still need to be routed to
the external alarm box when an EBCA cable is used.

If you want to change the default PDU alarm configuration, then a custom
cable is needed to connect to the FSEB or external alarm box.

The FCSA control card collects and converts alarms information from the
fans, LTE units and MIBBU. The alarms are connected to EAC lines, which
is done with the use of DIP switches on the board. The DIP switch settings
are presented in the figure and table below. If necessary, the routing of
alarms can be changed by adjusting the DIP switches.

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INT FAN EXT FAN TEMP LTE POWER EXT 1 EXT 2


ALARM ALARM ALARM ALARM ALARM ALARM MAINS/SW

ON ON ON ON ON ON ON

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6

Sw 1 up Sw 2 up Sw 3 up Sw 4 up All off All off Sw 1,2,3 up

7 8 9 ON
Pins 1,4,5,6 up sets ALL
alarms in line 7ON X100 connector
1 2 3 4 5 6

ON

ON
Pins 2,4,5,6 up sets ALL
1 2 3 4 5 6
alarms in line 8 ON X100 connector
1 2 3 4 5 6

ON
MAINS/SW1 MAINS/SW3
Pins 3,4,5,6 up sets ALL
MAINS/SW3 alarms in line 9 ON X100 connector
1 2 3 4 5 6

MIBBU Alarms
routing on PWB Example MIBBU alarms
connections
DN70385164

Figure 50. FCSA control card DIP switches

Table 4. FCSA control card DIP switches

DIP position Switch Default Pin of connector


X100
S1 int fan alarm 01 - 12 ON int fan alarm to pin
1
S1 int fan alarm 02 - 11 OFF 2
S1 int fan alarm 03 - 10 OFF 3
S1 int fan alarm 04 - 09 OFF 4
S1 int fan alarm 05 - 08 OFF 5
S1 int fan alarm 06 - 07 OFF 6
S2 ext fan alarm 01 - 12 OFF 1
S2 ext fan alarm 02 - 11 ON ext fan alarm to pin
2
S2 ext fan alarm 03 - 10 OFF 3

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Table 4. FCSA control card DIP switches (cont.)

DIP position Switch Default Pin of connector


X100
S2 ext fan alarm 04 - 09 OFF 4
S2 ext fan alarm 05 - 08 OFF 5
S2 ext fan alarm 06 - 07 OFF 6
S3 temp alarm 01 - 12 OFF 1
S3 temp alarm 02 - 11 OFF 2
S3 temp alarm 03 - 10 ON temp alarm to pin 3
S3 temp alarm 04 - 09 OFF 4
S3 temp alarm 05 - 08 OFF 5
S3 temp alarm 06 - 07 OFF 6
S4 ext alarm 1 01 - 12 OFF 1
S4 ext alarm 1 02 - 11 OFF 2
S4 ext alarm 1 03 - 10 OFF 3
S4 ext alarm 1 04 - 09 OFF 4
S4 ext alarm 1 05 - 08 ON ext alarm 1 to pin 5
S4 ext alarm 1 06 - 07 OFF 6
S5 ext alarm 2 01 - 12 OFF 1
S5 ext alarm 2 02 - 11 OFF 2
S5 ext alarm 2 03 - 10 OFF 3
S5 ext alarm 2 04 - 09 OFF 4
S5 ext alarm 2 05 - 08 OFF 5
S5 ext alarm 2 06 - 07 ON ext alarm 2 to pin 6
S6 lte pwr alarm 01 - 12 OFF 1
S6 lte pwr alarm 02 - 11 OFF 2
S6 lte pwr alarm 03 - 10 OFF 3
S6 lte pwr alarm 04 - 09 ON lte pwr alarm to pin
4
S6 lte pwr alarm 05 - 08 OFF 5
S6 lte pwr alarm 06 - 07 OFF 6
S7 mains alarm 01 - 12 ON 7
from mibbu
S7 mains alarm 02 - 11 ON 8
from mibbu

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Table 4. FCSA control card DIP switches (cont.)

DIP position Switch Default Pin of connector


X100
S7 mains alarm 03 - 10 ON 9
from mibbu
S7 04 - 09 OFF
S7 05 - 08 OFF
S7 06 - 07 OFF

For more details about the PDU alarms, see the WPMB/WPMC
description in the Nokia UltraSite WCDMA Base Station Optima Compact
Outdoor (WREB) product documentation.

Steps

1. If the EBCA cable is not used:


a. Connect the alarm cable from the Ext Alarms Output
connector on the FCSA control card to the external alarms
connector located in the FSEB box (if used) on the cabinet
roof.
Route the alarm cable through the cable entries on the side of
the site support module sloping downwards. Once the cable is
outside the site support module, make sure to make a proper
loop and route the cable to the cabinet roof.
b. Connect the alarm cable from the EAC connector on the PDU
to the MIBBU Alarms Input connector on the FCSA control
card.
Fix with cable ties.
There are three alarm lines from the MIBBU unit routed via the
control card to the FSEB If additional alarms from the MIBBU
are needed, a separate cable between the MIBBU and FSEB
is required.

2. If the EBCA cable is used:


a. Connect the EBCA cable from EAC connector on the PDU to
the FPA connector on the System Module.
b. Connect the FCSA alarm cable from the Ext Alarms Output
connector on the FCSA control card to the FSEB or other
external alarm box.

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Do not connect the Mains 1-3 alarm lines on the external alarm box
because those are connected directly to the System Module with the
EBCA cable. If additional alarms from the MIBBU are needed, a
separate cable is needed between the PDU and the external alarm
box.

Route the alarm cables through the cable entries on the side of the
site support module sloping downwards. Once the cable is outside
the site support module, make a proper loop to prevent water ingress
and route the cable to the cabinet roof. Fix with cable ties.

8.2.9 Changing the alarm polarity and disabling the LTE distribution alarm
of the WPUB unit

Purpose

The EAC alarm polarity can be set to two states, Normally Open or
Normally Closed.

The Normally Open state means that the galvanic EAC alarm circuit loop is
open and electric current is not flowing through it. The corresponding EAC
alarm is activated if the EAC alarm circuit loop is closed.

The Normally Closed state means that the galvanic EAC alarm circuit loop
is closed and electric current is flowing through it. The corresponding EAC
alarm is activated if the EAC alarm circuit loop is opened.

The default alarm polarity is Normally Open. Make sure that you set the
EAC alarm polarity correspondingly during BTS commissioning.

Before you start

If changing the polarity is needed, it is recommended to do this before


installing the WPUB unit into the cabinet.

Caution

Always use an ESD wrist strap when handling units labelled with the
ESD sign. Labelled units are sensitive to electrostatic discharge.

Steps

1. Lift off the plastic cover on the backside of the WPUB unit.

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2. Remove the screws that attach the cover to the unit and lift off
the cover.

Remove the four screws on the top and three uppermost screws on
each side of the unit.

Note that disabling the LTE distribution alarm does not require
removing the cover.

3. Move the position of the jumpers so that the required alarm


behaviour is met.

The text on the interface board shows how the jumpers should be
mounted for Normally Open (NO) and Normally Closed (NC) states.

Disabling LTE alarm

7 CON5
JP7

NC +
REL 7

NO
JP8

NC -
REL 8

NO

8
1 2 3 4 5 6
NC
RELAY
NO

JP1 JP2JP3 JP4 JP5 JP6

7 CON5
JP7

NC +
REL 7

NO
JP8

NC -
REL 8

NO

8
1 2 3 4 5 6
NC
RELAY
NO

JP1 JP2 JP3 JP4 JP5 JP6

Figure 51. Changing the alarm polarity of the WPUB unit

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4. Disable the LTE distribution alarm if needed.

To disable the alarm, connect the wire between the pins 10 and 11 of
the CON41 connector.

8.2.10 Changing the alarm polarity and disabling the LTE distribution alarm
of the WPUC unit

Before you start

There are eight galvanic isolated alarm contacts for remote supervision of
the alarms. Each alarm contact represents different alarm conditions.
Alarm relay coils are powered during normal operation. All alarm relays will
give an alarm with no AC or DC power connected to the system.

Alarms EAC

1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9

Alarm 1: Pin 1
Alarm 2: Pin 2
Alarm 3: Pin 3
Alarm 4: Pin 4
Alarm 5: Pin 5
Alarm 6: Pin 6
Alarm 7: Pin 7
Alarm 8: Pin 8
Common: Pin 9

DN0570839

Figure 52. Alarm connection, 9-pin D-sub

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Tip

If changing the polarity and/or disabling the LTE distribution alarm is


needed, it is recommended to do this before installing the WPUC unit
into the cabinet.

Caution

Always use an ESD wrist strap when handling units labelled with the
ESD sign. Labelled units are sensitive to electrostatic discharge.

Steps

1. Loosen the fixing screw and pull out the alarm interface unit
using the handle.

2. Use JP8 for setting the alarm relays to closed on alarm or open
on alarm.

The jumper mounted between pins 1 and 2 on the jumpers (default)


means closed on alarm for the corresponding relay.

The jumper mounted between pins 2 and 3 on the jumpers means


open on alarm for the corresponding relay.

The jumper numbers correspond to the relay numbering (for


instance, JP5 to RL5).

Note that when the jumpers are mounted between pins 1 and 2, the
alarm polarity is Normally Open. When the jumpers are mounted
between pins 2 and 3, the alarm polarity is Normally Closed.

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R64 R62 R60 R63 R61 R90 R82 R84 R85 LTE alarm

JP3 JP2
R37 P2
R21
Q5 D3 P3
JP4
RL12 RL11 1 Jumper settings

R29
R26
D1
D4
1 JP12 1 JP10 1 JP8 1
1
RL10 RL9
JP11
J12

Alarms EAC
JP9

RL8 RL7

C21
C24

1
JP7

RL6 RL5
Q6
1

R30
JP6

JP5

J1
SC6

DN0570842

Figure 53. Alarm interface unit from above

3. Disable the LTE distribution alarm if needed.

LTE distribution alarm is controlled with the jumper JP4.

As default, the alarm is active and the jumper is mounted between


pins 1 and 2. Mount the jumper between pins 2 and 3 to disable the
alarm.

4. Reinstall the alarm interface unit.

8.3 Installing fire detector


Before you start

Check that the cabinet roof has been removed. Remove the plastic cover
from the fire detector before installing it.

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When using the fire detector, the FSEB box is needed.

Summary

Back side

4
5
3

DN7068133

Figure 54. Installing fire detector

Steps

1. Strip the fire detector cable as needed.

2. Make the power and alarm connections.

3. Slide the notches in the fire detector back plate in the slots on
the cabinet roof.

4. Turn the fire detector in an upright position.

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5. Fix with one M5 screw.

6. Fix the cable with cable ties.

8.4 Taking power for additional site equipment


If 48VDC power is taken for additional site equipment, it is recommended
to purchase the FSEC box.

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9 Checklist for installing FCOA


Work phase Checked
Delivery is complete and undamaged.
Cabinet is anchored.
Cabinet is grounded.
Site Support Module (FCSA) and Integrated Battery Backup
(IBBU) are installed (if applicable).
Air filter is installed (if applicable).
Heat detector is installed (if applicable).
Cabinet security lock is installed (if applicable).

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Appendix A Installation tools and torque values

A.1 Installation tools for Flexi EDGE BTS

This list covers all Flexi EDGE BTS installation options: stack, wall, pole,
Flexi Cabinet for Indoor (FCIA), Flexi Cabinet for Outdoor (FCOA), Citytalk
cabinet, feederless sites.

Table 5. Installation tools

Installation tools Usage


ESD wrist strap and cable Module/sub-module installation
TORX screwdriver set: T10, T20, T25, T45 .
Installing modules (T25)
. Installing casing kits (T25)
.
Module grounding (T25)
.
FCIA/FCOA/FCFA/FCSA/FMFA mechanics
(T25)
. Installing sub-modules (T20)
.
Fan plate assembly (T20)
. Anchoring EMIA standoff casing (T45)
. FCIA site grounding (T45)
.
Isolating cable clamps (T10)
.
EMIA door alarm kit (T10)
Socket or open-ended spanner (wrench) set: . DC power terminal nuts (17 mm)
8 mm (5/16 in.), 13 mm (1/2 in.), 17 mm (11/16) in.), 19 mm . Plinth site grounding (13 mm)
(13/16 in.) . FCOA site grounding (13 mm, 8 mm)
Torque wrench is recommended for fastening the DC input lug. .
Anchoring cabinets/plinths (19 mm)

Folding knife .
Unpacking
. Routing cables through cable entries
.
Preparing power and ground cables
Adjustable wrench General installation tool
Side cutters Cutting tie wraps, general installation tool
2 2 2
Crimping tool for 16 mm (6 AWG), 25 mm (4 AWG), 35 mm Grounding and DC power input cables
(2 AWG), or 50 mm2 (1/0 AWG) cable lugs
Torque wrench for antenna cables (size depends on antenna Connecting antenna cables to ERxA or ECxA
jumper/feeder cable size and manufacturer)
Cable ties Routing cables
Tape measure General installation tool
Flashlight, pocket lamp or torch General installation tool

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Table 5. Installation tools (cont.)

Installation tools Usage


Drill with bit set: 10 mm (3/8 in.), 12 mm (15/32 in.) .
Anchoring cabinets/plinths (12 mm)
.
EMIA installation (10 mm)
Marker, pen, or comparable tool General installation tool
Pliers General installation tool
Level General installation tool
Flathead screwdriver FPMA AC power terminals
Allen (Hexagon) keys: 4 mm (5/32 in.), 5 mm (3/16 in.), 6 mm . VMPB/FPKA pole mounting kit (8 mm)
(7/32 in.), 8 mm (5/16 in.) .
EMIA installation (4 mm, 5 mm, 6 mm)
. Feederless sites (grounding kit) (5 mm)
Thread locking compound (medium strength, non-permanent), .
Installation on a pole or wall
for example Loctite 242 or equivalent . FMSA
Vacuum cleaner or broom with dust pan EMIA installation
Saw Feederless sites
Heat gun for cable shrinking sleeves Feederless sites

A.2 Torque values

Nokia Siemens Networks strongly recommends that you tighten to the


following torque values. These values assume the use of a lubricated bolt
or fastener. Use these values unless stated otherwise.

DN70234447

Figure 55. Torque wrench

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Table 6. Torque values for the BTS

Size Type Usage Torque


M3 Screw, TORX pan head EMIA 1.5-2.0 Nm (1.11-1.47 ft-
lb)
M4 Screw, TORX cylinder FCSA and FCFA fans 1.2 - 1.6 Nm (0.9 - 1.2 ft-
head lb)
M4 Screw, TORX pan head . EWxx and FIxA installation 2.7-3.3 Nm (1.99-2.43 ft-
or thumb (knurled head) .
ESMA, EXxA, ECxA, ESEA, and lb)
FPDA fan plate assembly
. FMAA
M5 Screw, TORX thumb EMxA front and rear covers 2.0 - 2.5 Nm (1.5-1.8 ft-
(knurled head) or pan lb)
head
M5 Screw, TORX pan head .
EMxA casings and cable entries 3.5-4.2 Nm (2.58-3.10 ft-
or thumb (knurled head) .
Mounting modules lb)
.
Auxiliary boxes
. EMIA
. Module grounding
.
FCIA site grounding (NEBS)
. FMAA
M5 Nut, Hex FCOA site grounding 3 Nm
M5 Screw, slotted flathead .
EMIA 3.5-4.2 Nm (2.58-3.10 ft-
.
Module grounding lb)

M6 Screw, Allen or TORX .


EMIA 4.2-5.8 Nm (3.1-4.28 ft-
head .
FMAA lb)

M6 Nut, Hex EMIA 4.2-5.5 Nm (3.1-4.05 ft-


lb)
M8 Screw, TORX or hex FCIA/EMIA/plinth site grounding 8.0-10.0 Nm (5.9-7.37 ft-
head lb)
M8 Nut, Hex FCOA site grounding 5 Nm
M8 Screw, hex head Plinth adapter mechanics 10.0 Nm (7.37 ft-lb)
M10 Nut, Hex ESMA, ESEA, FPDA and EOCA DC 10.0 - 14.0 Nm (7.0 - 9.8
power terminals ft -lb)
M10 Bolt, Allen head VMPB/FPKA pole mounting kits 29 Nm (21.4 ft-lb)
M12 (15/32 Anchoring bolts Anchoring FCIA/FCOA/FMFA to floor 49.0 Nm (36.1 ft-lb)
in.) (not included in Flexi EDGE delivery)
7/16 DIN Antenna connector Antenna jumper cables (not included 25 Nm (18.5 ft-lb
in Flexi EDGE delivery)

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