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TP48200A-DT19D1 Telecom Power User Manual

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Installation Environment Requirements

Installation Environment Requirements

  • To prevent fire due to high temperature, ensure that the ventilation vents or heat dissipation system are not blocked when the equipment is running.
  • Ensure that there are no acid, alkaline, or other corrosive gases in the installation place.
  • Do not place the equipment near heat sources or exposed fire sources, such as electric heaters, microwave ovens, roasters, water heaters, furnace fire, candles, or other places where high temperature may occur. Otherwise, the enclosure will melt or the equipment will heat up, which can cause a fire.
  • Install the equipment in an area far away from liquids. Do not install it under areas prone to condensation, such as under water pipes and air exhaust vents, or areas prone to water leakage, such as air conditioner vents, ventilation vents, or feeder windows of the equipment room. Ensure that no liquid enters the equipment to prevent faults or short circuits.
  • Before installing the equipment into a cabinet, ensure that the cabinet is secured and will not tilt or fall down due to loss of balance, which can cause personal injury or equipment damage.
  • Do not expose the equipment to flammable or explosive gas or smoke. Do not perform any operation on the equipment in such environments.

Installation at Heights

Working at heights refers to operations that are performed at least 2 meters above the ground.

Do not at heights in any of the following situations:

  • Rainwater remains on steel pipes or other risky conditions exist. After the preceding conditions no longer exist, the safety director and relevant technical personnel need to check the involved equipment. Operators can begin working only after obtaining consent.
  • When working at heights, comply with local relevant laws and regulations.
  • Only trained and qualified personnel are allowed to work at heights.
  • Before working at heights, check the climbing tools and safety gears such as safety helmets, safety belts, ladders, springboards, scaffolding, and lifting equipment. If they do not meet the requirements, take corrective measures or disallow working at heights.
  • Wear personal protective equipment such as the safety helmet and safety belt or waist rope and fasten it to a solid structure. Do not mount it on an insecure moveable object or metal object with sharp edges. Make sure that the hooks will not slide off.
  • Set a restricted area and eye-catching signs for working at heights to warn away irrelevant personnel.
  • Carry the operation machinery and tools properly to prevent them from falling off and causing injuries.
  • Personnel involving working at heights are not allowed to throw objects from the height to the ground, or vice versa. Objects should be transported by tough slings, hanging baskets, highline trolleys, or cranes.
  • Do not perform operations on the upper and lower layers at the same time. If unavoidable, install a dedicated protective shelter between the upper and lower layers or take other protective measures. Do not pile up tools or materials on the upper layer.
  • Ensure that guard rails and warning signs are set at the edges and openings of the area involving working at heights to prevent falls.
  • Do not pile up scaffolding, springboards, or other sundries on the ground under the area involving working at heights. Do not allow people to stay or pass under the area involving working at heights.
  • Inspect the scaffolding, springboards, and workbenches used for working at heights in advance to ensure that their structures are solid and not overloaded.
  • Dismantle the scaffolding from top down after finishing the job. Do not dismantle the upper and lower layers at the same time. When removing a part, ensure that other parts will not collapse.
  • Do not loiter when working at heights. Do not sleep at heights.
  • Any violations must be promptly pointed out by the site manager or safety supervisor and the involved personnel should be prompted for correction. Personnel who fail to stop violations will be forbidden from working.
  • Operators who violate the safety regulations are responsible for accidents caused. The supervisor has to bear the responsibility accordingly.
Updated: 2019-11-27

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