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HUAWEI NIP6800 Series V500 Hardware Guide

This document of the NIP6800 Series describes hardware structure, installation guide, and hardware maintenance. The content of this document includes the appearance and specifications of the product, the supported expansion cards, preparation before the installation, installation, cabling, and hardware replacement.
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Preparing Tools and Meters

Preparing Tools and Meters

The installer needs to arrange the tools and meters required for hardware installation.

Table 2-2 lists the required tools and meters for NIP6800 installation.

Table 2-2  Required tools and meters



Measuring and lineation instruments

  • Ruler: used for measuring

  • Marker: used to indicate specific lengths with lines

Fastening tools

  • Flat-head screwdriver: used to fasten small screws and bolts

  • Phillips screwdriver: used to fasten small screws and bolts

Drilling tools

  • Hammer drill: used to drill mounting holes
  • Vacuum cleaner: used to remove dust and debris produced while drilling holes
  • Hammer: used to drive hollow wall anchors into mounting holes


  • Needle-nose pliers: used to hold small fittings and twist fine wires in a narrow workplace

  • Diagonal cutting pliers: used to cut insulated sleeves and tie wraps

Auxiliary tools

  • Knife: used to peel insulated sleeves from cables

  • Ladder: used to access overhead cabling

Special tools

  • Wire stripper: used to peel the insulated sleeve of the communication cable

  • RJ-45 crimping tool: used to crimp RJ-45 cables for telephony and Ethernet applications

  • Crimping tool: used to crimp the metal sleeve at the ends of coaxial cables

  • ESD gloves: used to protect the device from damage caused by static electricity

  • ESD wrist strip: used to protect the device from damage caused by static electricity

  • Protective gloves: used to protect hands from sharp objects


  • Network cable tester: used to test whether network cables are connected and check the connection sequence in a network cable

  • Optical power meter: used to test optical power

  • Optical attenuator: used to measure optical attenuation

  • Multimeter: used to test cabinet insulation, cable connections, and electric performance specifications of the device, such as the voltage, current, and resistance

  • Ground resistance tester: used to measure ground resistance

  • Configuration terminal (A common PC is also applicable)

Updated: 2019-01-04

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