Cisco Cisco OptoStar II Driver Amplifier Installation Guide

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Summary of Contents of installation guide for Cisco Cisco OptoStar II Driver Amplifier

  • Page 1: 1. CoverCisco OptoStar II 1550 nm DWDM Forward Direct Modulation Transmitter Module (1550 nm DMT) Installation and Operation Guide
  • Page 2: 2. For Your SafetyFor Your Safety Explanation of Warning and Caution Icons Avoid personal injury and product damage! Do not proceed beyond any...
  • Page 3: 3. NoticesNotices Trademark Acknowledgments Cisco, Cisco Systems, the Cisco logo, the Cisco Systems logo, and ROSA are trademarks or registered trademarks...
  • Page 4: 3-1-TOCContents Important Safety Instructions .................................................................................................................... vi Laser Saftey ............................................................................................................................................... xv Chapter 1 Introduction Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 1-3 Description ..................................................................................................................... 1-3 Features...
  • Page 5Contents, Continued Chapter 3 Operation Starting up the Module .......................................................................................................................... 3-2 Initialization ................................................................................................................... 3-2 Signal Inspection ........................................................................................................... 3-3 Operating using...
  • Page 6Contents, Continued Chapter 4 Troubleshooting Maintenance ............................................................................................................................................. 4-2 Maintenance Record ..................................................................................................... 4-2 General Troubleshooting Information ................................................................................................. 4-3 Equipment Needed ..........................................................................................................
  • Page 7: 4. SafetyImportant Safety Instructions Read and Retain Instructions Carefully read all safety and operating instructions before operating this equipment, and retain...
  • Page 8Important Safety Instructions, Continued Grounding • Do not violate the protective grounding by using an extension cable, power cable, or...
  • Page 9Important Safety Instructions, Continued Equipment Placement WARNING: Avoid personal injury and damage to this equipment. An unstable mounting surface may...
  • Page 10Important Safety Instructions, Continued Reduced Airflow When mounting this equipment in the rack, do not obstruct the cooling airflow through...
  • Page 11Important Safety Instructions, Continued Safety Plugs (USA Only) This equipment is equipped with either a 3-terminal (grounding-type) safety plug or...
  • Page 12Important Safety Instructions, Continued AC Power Important: If this equipment is a Class I equipment, it must be grounded. •...
  • Page 13Important Safety Instructions, Continued Be aware of the following general precautions and guidelines: • Servicing - Servicing is required when...
  • Page 14Important Safety Instructions, Continued Batteries This product may contain batteries. Special instructions apply regarding the safe use and disposal of...
  • Page 15Important Safety Instructions, Continued Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulatory Requirements This equipment meets applicable electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulatory requirements. Refer to this...
  • Page 16Laser Safety Introduction This equipment contains an infrared laser that transmits intensity-modulated light and emits invisible radiation. Warning: Radiation WARNING:...
  • Page 17Laser Safety, Continued Safe Operation for Software Controlling Optical Transmission Equipment If this manual discusses software, the software described is...
  • Page 18Laser Power and Warning Labels Warning Labels The following labels are located on this product. Location of Labels on Equipment...
  • Page 19: 5. Chapter1 Chapter 1 Introduction Overview The OptoStar II optical platform is an advanced transmission system, designed to optimize network architectures...
  • Page 20Overview, Continued In This Chapter Topic Page Introduction 1-3 Structure 1-4 1-2 Introduction OL-29668-02
  • Page 21Introduction Description The OptoStar II 1550 nm DWDM forward direct modulation transmitter module uses a standard 19-in OptoStar II chassis....
  • Page 22Structure Dimension The dimensions of the 1550 nm DWDM forward direct modulation transmitter are shown below. (Unit: mm) Module Parts...
  • Page 23Structure, Continued Panel Illustration The following illustration shows the panels of the 1550 nm DWDM forward direct modulation transmitter module....
  • Page 24Structure, Continued Panel Functions The following table lists the functions of the front panel indicators on the 1550 nm DWDM...
  • Page 25: 6. Chapter2 Chapter 2 Installation and Configuration Overview This chapter provides instructions for installing the OptoStar II 1550 nm DWDM forward...
  • Page 26Before You Begin Before you begin the installation procedure, make sure you have all the tools and the module ready....
  • Page 27Installing the Chassis Mount the empty chassis in the equipment rack, using flat or round head screws and washers in...
  • Page 28Installing / Removing the Modules To Install the Module Install the ICIM module and power supply module first. See Cisco...
  • Page 29Installing/Removing the Modules, Continued To Remove the Module 1. Remove the fiber connector from the front panel of the module,...
  • Page 30Connections Fiber Connections Although the modules may be hot-swapped when service must be restored, it is recommended that the chassis...
  • Page 31Connections, Continued RF Cable Connections Use a cable with F-type male RF connector (3/8-32 UNEF thread) to connect the RF...
  • Page 32Care and Cleaning of Optical Connectors Cleaning of Optical Connector Overview Cleaning optical connectors can help prevent interconnect problems and...
  • Page 33Care and Cleaning of Optical Connectors, Continued To Clean Optical Connector Warning: Avoid personal injury. Use of controls, adjustments, or...
  • Page 34: 7. Chapter3 Chapter 3 Operation Overview This chapter provides information on the 3 options to operate the OptoStar II 1550 nm...
  • Page 35Starting up the Module Initialization When the OptoStar II 1550 nm DWDM forward direct modulation transmitter module is powered on,...
  • Page 36Starting up the Module, Continued Signal Inspection • To ensure optimum performance, use a DB meter or spectrum analyzer to...
  • Page 37Starting up the Module, Continued • A DB meter or spectrum analyzer can be used to measure the RF input...
  • Page 38Operating using ICIM LCD This section describes how to use the OptoStar II ICIM LCD to operate the OptoStar II...
  • Page 39Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Standby Screen OptoStar II ICIM uses a 4.3-inch color LCD screen. Below is the standby...
  • Page 40Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Module Main Menu The illustration below shows the module main menu of the OptoStar II...
  • Page 41Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Module Sub-Menu The illustration below shows the sub-menu of the OptoStar II 1550 nm DWDM...
  • Page 42Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Sub-Menu 1 -- Laser Parameters The illustration below shows sub-menu 1 of the OptoStar II...
  • Page 43Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued 2. The RF input signal contains only digital signal. When the RF signal is input...
  • Page 44Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Sub-menu 2 -- Gain Control Mode The illustration below shows sub-menu 2 of the OptoStar...
  • Page 45Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Sub-menu 3 -- Optical Output Alarm Threshold The illustration below shows sub-menu 3 of the...
  • Page 46Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Sub-menu 4 -- Channel Load The illustration below shows sub-menu 4 of the OptoStar II...
  • Page 47Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued • To setup the channel load: 1. Press SET button to start the configuration; 2....
  • Page 48Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Sub-menu 5 -- CW/Video Mode The illustration below shows sub-menu 5 of the OptoStar II...
  • Page 49Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Sub-menu 6 -- Laser Status/Alarm ON/OFF The illustration below shows sub-menu 6 of the OptoStar...
  • Page 50Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Sub-menu 7 -- Alarm List The illustration below shows sub-menu 7 of the OptoStar II...
  • Page 51Operating using ICIM LCD, Continued Alarm Code List The table below lists the alarm information of the OptoStar II 1550...
  • Page 52Operating using Console Software This section introduces the procedures to use the OptoStar II console to manage the OptoStar II...
  • Page 53Operating using Console Software, Continued 3. When the device initialization is complete, connect the Mini-USB side of the USB cable...
  • Page 54Operating using Console Software, Continued Software Main Interface The illustration below shows the main interface of the OptoStar II console....
  • Page 55Operating using Console Software, Continued Local Module View Click to select the OptoStar II 1550 nm DWDM forward direct modulation...
  • Page 56Operating using Console Software, Continued View Basic Parameters The illustration below shows the parameter setting interface of the OptoStar II...
  • Page 57Operating using Console Software, Continued The table below lists the basic parameters of the OptoStar II 1550 nm DWDM forward...
  • Page 58Operating using Console Software, Continued Setup Parameters The table below lists the setup parameters of the OptoStar II 1550 nm...
  • Page 59Operating using NMS Software This section introduces the procedures to use the OptoStar II network management system (OptoStar II NMS)...
  • Page 60Operating using NMS Software, Continued 3. When the device initialization is complete, connect to the Ethernet with the RJ-45 connector...
  • Page 61Operating using NMS Software, Continued Software Main Interface The illustration below shows the main interface of the OptoStar II NMS....
  • Page 62Operating using NMS Software, Continued Local Module View Select the topology tree view and view the corresponding node. The interface...
  • Page 63Operating using NMS Software, Continued View Basic Parameters Click to select the OptoStar II 1550 nm DWDM forward direct modulation...
  • Page 64Operating using NMS Software, Continued The table below lists the basic parameters of the OptoStar II 1550 nm DWDM forward...
  • Page 65Operating using NMS Software, Continued Setup Parameters The table below lists the setup parameters of the OptoStar II 1550 nm...
  • Page 66: 8. Chapter4 Chapter 4 Troubleshooting Overview This chapter provides instructions for maintaining and repairing the OptoStar II 1550 nm DWDM forward...
  • Page 67Maintenance The following maintenance is recommended to ensure optimal performance. Frequency Maintenance Required Yearly Check all parameters and test points...
  • Page 68General Troubleshooting Information This troubleshooting information describes the most common alarms and gives typical troubleshooting procedures and causes. Equipment Needed...
  • Page 69General Troubleshooting Information, Continued Troubleshooting If the red alarm indicator on the front panel of the module is illuminated, check...
  • Page 70General Troubleshooting Information, Continued Low or High  RF source  Make sure the RF connector RF Input failure matches...
  • Page 71: 9. Chapter5 Chapter 5 Customer Support Information Overview This chapter contains information on obtaining product support. In This Chapter Topic Page...
  • Page 72Obtaining Product Support IF… THEN… you have general questions about this Contact your distributor or sales agent product for product...
  • Page 73Obtaining Product Support, Continued Region Centers Telephone and Fax Numbers Korea Korea Telephone: 82-2-3429-8800 Fax: 82-2-3452-9748 E-mail: songk@cisco.com China (mainland)...
  • Page 74Return for Repairing Introduction Before returning your product, you must obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number. Call the nearest...
  • Page 75Return for Repairing, Continued 4. Users can confirm receipt of the RMA number via e-mail or fax. The RMA will...
  • Page 76Return for Repairing, Continued Note: Cisco does not accept Freight Collect. Make sure that you choose freight prepaid method and...
  • Page 77: 10.Back CoverAmericas Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. http://www.cisco.com 170 West Tasman Drive Tel: 408 526-4000 San Jose, CA 95134-1706 800 553-6387 USA...