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ME60 V800R010C10SPC500 Hardware Description

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AE 905S Module

AE 905S Module

Description

Existing core network devices, which do not support 1588, cannot obtain clock signals from BITS servers. Upgrading core network devices to support 1588 is both complex and costly. To address this issue, the AE 905S module is developed. After having an AE 905S module equipped, the ME60 will be able to support 1588v2. Figure 11-23 and Figure 11-24 illustrate the appearance of an AE 905S module.

Figure 11-23 AE 905S module (front view)

Figure 11-24 AE 905S module (back view)

NOTE:

An AE 905S module must be inserted into a GE optical interface of SFP type.

The AE 905S module has a STAT indicator under the HUAWEI logo. Table 11-120 describes STAT indicator states.

Table 11-120 Description of STAT indicator states

State

Description

On (green)

The AE 905S module is operating properly.

On (red)

The AE 905S module has experienced a hardware fault or is overheated.

Blinking green once every second

No connection has been established on the GE interface.

Blinking red every second

The GPS frequency or time is out of lock.

Off

The AE 905S module is powered off or not operating.

The AE 905S module meets industrial-grade requirements. Table 11-121 lists its interface specifications.

Table 11-121 AE 905S(03031TUX) module interface specifications

Item

Specification

BOM Number

03031TUX

Board Name for Order

ANPM000GPS01

Interface type

SMA

Encapsulation type

SFP

Input signal

An AE 905S module uses the SMA interface to receive GPS satellite signals.

Output signal

An AE 905S module uses the GE interface to provide synchronous Ethernet and 1588v2 for ME60.

Installation

To meet heat dissipation requirements, leave interfaces around the AE 905S module empty. A maximum of two AE 905Smodules can be installed on a device.

Figure 11-25 illustrates connections between the AE 905S module, surge protector, and antenna.

Figure 11-25 Connections between the AE 905S module, surge protector, and antenna

NOTE:

For the convenience of description, the GPS antenna in the description generally refers to the GPS/GLONASS/BEIDOU antenna.

The AE 905S module must be used with the GPS antenna and GPS surge protector and is connected to the GPS antenna and GPS surge protector through the GPS feeder.

The GPS antenna receives satellite signals from the GPS. A GPS surge protector can protect a device against the lightning strikes inducted by the antenna feeder. Without the protection of a surge protector, a device may be damaged by surge currents or voltage in a lightning weather. The GPS feeder transmits GPS signals.

The image shown here is indicative only. If there is any inconsistency between the image and the actual product, the actual product shall govern.

Before inserting an AE 905S module into an interface, lock the latch. Before removing an AE 905S module from an optical interface, unlock the latch. For details, see Figure 11-26.

Figure 11-26 Latch

Installation Procedure

NOTE:

For details about how to install the GPS satellite antenna system, see the GPS quick installation guide.

  1. Connect a two-sided female connector to the Protect interface of the surge protector.


  2. Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the Protect interface of the surge protector and fasten the joint with a wrench.


  3. Implement 1+3+3 waterproof protection where the coaxial cable and the Protect interface of the surge protector are connected and fasten cable ties at both ends.


  4. Fasten the surge protector to the GPS antenna support and use screws to secure it.


  5. Fasten the GPS antenna support to the ground bar on the right of the device and use screws to secure it.


  6. Install the ground cable of the surge protector. Connect one end of the ground cable to the GND interface of the surge protector and the other end of the cable to the ground bar.
    NOTE:

    The surge protector must use OT M8 terminals.

  7. Connect the GPS feeder to the AE 905S module.
  8. Insert the AE 905S module into an optical interface of the ME60 with the latch of the AE 905S module locked.
  9. Connect one end of the GPS feeder to the Surge interface of the surge protector and the other end of the GPS feeder to the GPS antenna. Fasten each connector with a wrench.
  10. Implement 1+3+3 waterproof protection where the coaxial cable and the Protect interface of the surge protector are connected and fasten cable ties at both ends.
    • Implement waterproof protection where the feeder connector and the Surge interface of the surge protector are connected.
    • Implement waterproof protection where the feeder connector and the N joint of the GPS antenna are connected.
      NOTE:

      For details about how to make a GPS feeder connector, see the GPS quick installation guide.

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