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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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Equipment Room Site Requirements

Equipment Room Site Requirements

Telecom equipment should run in a suitable environment. When designing a project, consider the communication network planning and the technical requirements of the equipment. Consider hydrographic, geological, seismic, power supply, and transportation factors.

An equipment room's physical construction and layout, heating and ventilation, power supply, lighting, and fire protection measures should be designed by specialists according to the device's environment requirements. The equipment room should also conform to relevant industrial, environmental, fire, and civil air defense regulations, including those set forth by the state.

The site of the equipment room should be chosen to avoid high temperatures, dust, toxic gases, explosive materials, and unstable voltage. Keep the equipment room away from power transformer stations as well as areas susceptible to strong vibrations and very loud noises.

The specific requirements for selecting an equipment room site are as follows:
  • The room should be located at least 5 km away from heavy pollution sources such as smelting plants and coal mines, at least 3.7 km away from moderate pollution sources such as chemical, rubber, and galvanization plants, and at least 2 km away from light pollution sources such as packinghouses and tanyards. If these pollution sources cannot be avoided, ensure that the equipment room is situated upwind of and as far away from the pollution sources as possible and invest in protection products.
  • The room should be located far away from or upwind of livestock farms. Do not use a former livestock room or fertilizer warehouse as the equipment room.
  • The room's air vent should be located far away from city waste exhaust pipes, large cesspools, and sewage treatment tanks. The room should be in the positive pressure state, lest corrosive gases enter the equipment room and erode components and circuit boards.
  • The room should be located far away from industrial and heating boilers.
  • The room should be on the second floor or higher. If this requirement cannot be met, the equipment in the room should be on ground at least 600 mm above the highest flood level on local records. The room should be at an altitude of less than 3,000 m.
  • The room should be at least 3.7 km away from the ocean or a salt lake. Otherwise, the equipment room must be airtight and contain cooling facilities. In addition, alkalized soil cannot be used as the construction material. Otherwise, equipment suitable for wet conditions must be used.
  • The equipment room should be strong enough to resist winds and downpours.
  • The room should be located away from dusty roads or sand fields. If this is unavoidable, the doors and windows of the equipment room should not face pollution sources.
Updated: 2019-01-04

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