OptiX OSN 9800 M12

OptiX OSN 9800 M12

Huawei OptiX OSN 9800 M12 WDM OTN Platform, supporting maximum of 13 service board slots

Huawei

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Description

OptiX OSN 9800 M12 Update Description

The new-generation M series subracks are intelligent all-optical transmission platforms designed for enterprises. The M series can be widely used in industries such as ISP, energy, electric power, transportation, education, and finance that are crucial to national economy and people’s livelihood, guaranteeing that a large amount of production data is securely and reliably transmitted between metro aggregation, backbone, and data center (DC) networks in major cities.

 

OptiX OSN 9800 M12 Subrack Areas and Slots

Boards need to be installed in the designated slots in the subrack. The subrack runs on -48 V DC or -60 V DC and is divided into different areas in which boards are powered by designated PIU boards in different slots.

The difference between the two types of 9800 M12 master subrack configurations lies in whether a slot splitter is installed in slot IU13. The two subrack configurations can be switched by installing or removing a slot splitter.

OSN 9800 M12 subrack

  • 9800 M12 (using E3CTU or AUX): IU13 is a service board slot and does not require any slot splitter.
  • 9800 M12 (using SCC and AUX): IU13 is the system control board area and requires a slot splitter. Slot IU13 is divided into two slots (IU71 and IU72) for housing SCC boards.

After the slot splitter is removed from an 9800 M12 subrack configured with SCC boards, the E3CTU board can be installed in the subrack. Two types of 9800 M12 subracks can be flexibly combined as master and slave subracks. For example, an 9800 M12 master subrack (using SCC and AUX) can be configured with an 9800 M12 slave subrack (using F3AUX).

 

Descriptions of the areas and slots in the OptiX OSN 9800 M12 subrack (TME3CTU)

Area Composition Slot Function
Power area
  • Two PIU boards
  • PIU: IU100-IU101
  • The PIU boards are in mutual backup. Therefore, the failure of any power input to the equipment does not affect the normal operation of the equipment.
Fan areas One fan tray assembly IU90 The fan tray assembly is used to ventilate the equipment.
Fiber-routing areas One fiber trough N/A Fiber patch cords connecting to boards are routed to the left or right side of the equipment through the upper- and lower-side fiber troughs.
Service board areas For the master or slave subrack: 13 service boards IU1-IU13 Service boards need to be configured based on the service plan and all of them are installed in the service board area.
Interface board area Optional Configuration:

  • 1 x TMF1EFI
  • 2 x TME1EFI (Requires a slot splitter)
  • TMF1EFI: IU13
  • TME1EFI: IU71-IU72

    NOTE:

    The physical slot of the TMF1EFI is IU13 and the logical slot is IU72.

  • The EFI board offers maintenance and management interfaces.

    NOTE:

    • By default, no EFI board is configured in a subrack.
    • The EFI board is required when the subrack needs to monitor the housekeeping alarm.
    • On a ring network, the NM/GE port on the TME3CTU board needs to be switched to work as a GE1 port for cascading the master and slave subracks, and the NM_ETH port on the EFI board is used for network management.
System control and cross-connect board area
  • For the master subrack:
    • Two TME3CTU boards
  • For the slave subrack:
    • Two AUX boards
  • TME3CTU/AUX: IU73-IU74
  • Two TME3CTU boards work in 1+1 backup mode to provide system control and communication functions and offer system clock signals for all service boards. They work with the NMS to manage all boards of the NE and implement inter-NE communication.
  • The AUX board offers maintenance and management interfaces to provide system clock signals for each service board.

NOTE:

When one TME3CTU/AUX board is installed in an M12 subrack, the CTU/AUX board must be installed in slot IU73.

When the clock function is configured for the M12 subrack, it is recommended that two CTU/AUX boards be configured to implement clock protection.

 

Descriptions of the areas and slots in the OptiX OSN 9800 M12 subrack (AUX+SCC)

Area Composition Slot Function
Power area
  • Two PIU boards
  • PIU: IU100-IU101
  • The PIU boards are in mutual backup. Therefore, the failure of any power input to the equipment does not affect the normal operation of the equipment.
Fan areas One fan tray assembly IU90 The fan tray assembly is used to ventilate the equipment.
Fiber-routing areas One fiber trough N/A Fiber patch cords connecting to boards are routed to the left or right side of the equipment through the upper- and lower-side fiber troughs.
Service board areas For the master subrack:

  • 12 service boards
IU1-IU12 Service boards need to be configured based on the service plan and all of them are installed in the service board area.
For the slave subrack:

  • 13 service boards
IU1-IU13 Service boards need to be configured based on the service plan and all of them are installed in the service board area.
System control board area For the master subrack:

  • Two SCC boards

For the slave subrack:

  • TME1EFI
IU71-IU72
  • Two SCC boards work in 1+1 backup mode to provide system control and communication functions. The SCC boards work with the NMS to manage all boards of devices and implement communication between devices.
  • The EFI board offers maintenance and management interfaces.
Interface area Two AUX boards IU73-IU74 The AUX board offers maintenance and management interfaces to provide system clock signals for each service board.

NOTE:

When one AUX board is installed in an M12 subrack, the AUX board must be installed in slot IU73. When one SCC board and one AUX board are configured, the SCC board must be inserted in slot IU71 while the AUX board in slot IU73.

When the clock function is configured for the M12 subrack, it is recommended that two AUX boards be configured to implement clock protection.

When the TMF3AUX board works with the SCC board in the M12 master subrack, the ring topology is not supported.

 

OSN 9800 M12 master/slave subrack configuration

Scenarios Configuration of master subrack Configuration of slave subrack
M12 Subrack (master) + M12 (slave) AUX + SCC

NOTE:

The TMF2AUX02 board cannot be configured or used in the master subrack.

  • TMF1AUX
  • TMF2AUX
  • TMF3AUX
  • TME3CTU
  • Dual-chain network: TME3CTU (No SCC board is required.)
  • Ring network: TME3CTU+EFI

NOTE:

  • On a ring network, the NM/GE port on the TME3CTU board needs to be switched to work as a GE1 port for cascading the master and slave subracks, and the NM_ETH port on the EFI board is used for network management.
  • On a dual-chain network, if the EFI board is configured, only the NM port on the E3CTU board or the NM port on the EFI board can be used. The NM ports on the TME3CTU and EFI boards cannot be used concurrently.
  • TMF1AUX
  • TMF2AUX
  • TMF3AUX
  • TME3CTU
M24 (master) + M12 (slave) CXP
  • AUX
  • TME3CTU
P32 (master) + M12 (slave) CTU
  • AUX
  • TME3CTU
P32C (master) + M12 (slave) CTU
  • AUX
  • TME3CTU
M12(master)+M05(slave) AUX + SCC

NOTE:

The TMF2AUX02 board cannot be configured or used in the master subrack.

  • TME1CTU
  • TME2CTU
  • TME3CTU
  • TMF2AUX
  • TMF3AUX
  • Dual-chain network: TME3CTU (No SCC board is required.)
  • Ring network: TME3CTU+EFINOTE:
    • On a ring network, the NM/GE port on the TME3CTU board needs to be switched to work as a GE1 port for cascading the master and slave subracks, and the NM_ETH port on the EFI board is used for network management.
    • On a dual-chain network, if the EFI board is configured, only the NM port on the E3CTU board or the NM port on the EFI board can be used. The NM ports on the TME3CTU and EFI boards cannot be used concurrently.
  • TMF2AUX
  • TMF3AUX
  • TME

OptiX OSN 9800 M12 Mechanical specifications

 

Parameter OSN 9800 M12 Specifications
Dimensions (H x W x D) 347.2 mm (13.7 in.) x 442 mm (17.4 in.) x 295 mm (11.6 in.)
Weighta 12.2 kg (26.9 lb.)
Standard working voltage –48 V or –60 V DC power input
Operation Environment Long-term running operation temperature: 0°C to +45°C

Short-term running operation temperatureb: -5°C to +55°C

Mounting option Mounted in a 19-inch or 21-inch cabinet
a: There are no boards in the board area, and no PIU, AUX or SCC boards in the power supply and interface area. In addition, there are no fan tray assemblies in each subrack.

b: A short term refers to a maximum of 96 consecutive operating hours and the total time of short-term operating in a year cannot exceed 15 days.

1 review for OptiX OSN 9800 M12

  1. 5 out of 5

    Armand

    OptiX OSN 9800 M12 is a very new product, but Telecomate.com’s sales staff are very professional and they study new products very quickly.


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