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  • Technical Publication

    Visit www.commscope.com/andrew for complete specifications on all the products listed Bulletin # 7680960 Rev. I

    Related Support and Learning Opportunities Offered by the CommScope Infrastructure Academy

    The insights and expertise contained in this manual represent just one small part of Andrew Solutions global learning initiative. Few industries are evolving as quickly as wireless communications. Every technological innovation impacts what happens in the field. Our customers look to the CommScope Infrastructure Academy to make sure their technicians and installers are well trained, well-prepared, and well-educated to take advantage of opportunities as they evolve. To access a course, go to www.commscopetraining.com/coursecatalog.php, course #6107

    Field Engineering Services (FES)

    Support services, such as our Field Engineering Services (FES) Group gives Andrew Solutions’ customers access to technical support where and when it is needed the most — in the field. The FES team is staffed by an expert team of technicians who, in turn, are supported by some of the brightest and most experienced product line managers. With all of this knowledge and support the FES offers our customers access to hands-on, specialized training classes.

    Section 1: Tools Required / System Overview ……….........…………………………………………………….…02

    Section 2: Hoisting Considerations ……………………….....…………………….……………………………….…03

    Section 3: General Specifications / Fiber Jumpers .......................……………………………………..………05

    Section 4: LC Connection Considerations …............…………………………….…………………………….....06

    Section 5: Breakout Procedure .......……………………..…………………………………………………………....07

    Section 6: Cleaning / Inspecting ....……………………..…………………………………………………………....08

    Section 7: Fiber Enclosure Assembly ……………………..…………………………………………………..………09

    Section 8: Estimating Trunk Length / Excess Cable Handling ...........……………….……………………..……11

    Section 9: Hanger / Jacketing Removal ...................................................................................………………13

    Section 10: Minimum Grounding Requirements .....................................……………….……………………..……14

    Section 11: Maintenance Check List .......................................……………………………………………….……15

    Customer Service Center

    United States and Mexico 1-800-255-1479 or 1-888-235-5732 International: +1-779-435-8579

    Installation Guidelines - – HELIAX® FiberFeed® Solutions Fiber/Copper Hybrid Cables: HFE810 │ HFE212

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    • Fiber Optic Continuity Tester

    • Fiber Optic Cleaning Kit

    • Electrician Scissors

    • Shear Cutter – small

    • Long Nose Pliers

    • Flat Head Screwdriver – jewelry

    • Flat Head Screwdriver – large

    • Voltmeter

    • Safety Glasses

    • Safety Gloves

    • Knife – blunt end preferred

    • Wire Brush or Low Grit Emery Cloth

    • 1/2" Nut driver

    • Two adjustable wrenches (or M25 & M28 wrenches)

    Tools Required

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    System Overview Hybrid Configuration

    • Up to 4 RRUs per sector

    • Main Hybrid Cable is Terminated at both Ends

    • Armored jumpers from Junction Box to RRU

    • Fully Armored Cables from BBU to RRU

    • Lockable Junction Boxes

    • Quantity sixteen Multimode Fibers per 4 RRU trunk assembly

    • 24 Fiber pair BBU patch panel kit (optional)

    • Install with standard tools and simple fiber tester

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    Reminder: Plan grip location by measuring distance (D) from Fiber Enclosure Box to tower

    support member.

    (D)

    (D)

    Fiber Enclosure

    Box

    Grip Location

    Hoisting Considerations

    Hoisting Recommendations

    • In general this cable will handle similarly to coaxial cable, and similar installation techniques apply. All cables are individually serialized, be sure to write down the cable serial number for future reference.

    • Leave the protective sock around the fiber tails and power conductors during hoisting and securing the cable.

    • Be sure that the Direct breakout is not damaged by attachment of a hoisting grip or during the hoisting process. Attach a hoisting grip on the jacketed cable no less than .3 m (1 ft) below the fiber breakout point. Prevent the fiber tails and power conductors from undue movement during hoisting by securing the protective sock with tie ropes every 1 m (3 ft) to the hoisting line.

    • During hoisting ensure that there is a free path and that the cable, and especially the end of the pulling sock will not be snagged on tower members or other obstacles.

    • Installation temperature range is -22 F to 158 F (-30 C to +70 C).

    • Minimum cable bend radii can be found on-line in our eCatalog section at www.commscope.com/andrew.

    • Maximum cable tensile load can be found on-line in our eCatalog section at www.commscope.com/andrew.

    • CommScope Lace-Up Hoisting Grip 19256B-C required for HFE trunk-series installations.

    • Hoisting Grip should be anchored to the support structure after the hangers are installed.

    • During final connections to RRU, do not bend the fiber ends tighter than 30 MM (1.2 IN) bend radius or you take the risk of breaking the glass fibers.

    Hybrid Fiber Cables weigh more than traditional coaxial cables. Be sure to follow proper hoisting and attachment procedures.!

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    Required Apply provided Tie Wrap to the base of

    the hoisting grip before applying tension to

    the line.

    !

    Clevis

    Steel cable or rope

    hoist line

    Hoisting grip

    Minimum

    leader 5.3 M (17 ft)

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    Tie back ropes 1 M (3 ft)

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    General Specifications Cable Type HFE810-16MEE-XXX HFE212-4MEB-XX HFE212-4MET-XX Center Conductor Gauge 10 AWG 12 AWG 12 AWG Conductors, quantity 8 2 2Total Fiber Quantity 16 4 4Armor Type Corrugated aluminum Corrugated aluminum Corrugated aluminumFiber Type Multimode Multimode Multimode Dimensions Cable Weight 750.0 kg/km | 510.0 lb/kft 220 kg/km | 150 lb/kft 220 kg/km | 150 lb/kftDiameter Over Jacket 27.8 mm | 0.68 in 13.5 mm | .53 in 13.5 mm | .53 inBreakout Length, Fiber, end 1 500 mm | 19.7 in 2000 mm | 78 in 575 mm | 22.6 inBreakout Length, Power, end 1 500 mm | 19.7 in 2000 mm | 78 in 250 mm | 9.84 inBreakout Length, Fiber, end 2 500 mm | 19.7 in 500 mm | 19.69 in 500 mm | 19.69 inBreakout Length, Power, end 2 500 mm | 19.7 in 500 mm | 19.69 in 500 mm | 19.69 in

    Physical Specifications Minimum Bend Radius, loaded 557 mm | 21.9 in 269 mm | 10.6 in 269 mm | 10.6 inMinimum Bend Radius, unloaded 278 mm | 11 in 135 mm | 5.3 in 135 mm | 5.3 in Tensile Load, long term, maximum 801 N | 180 lbf 200 N | 451 lbf 200 N | 451 lbf Tensile Load, short term, maximum 2700 N | 600 lbf 667 N | 1501 lbf 667 N | 1501 lbf

    • In general this cable will handle similarly to a 1/2” coaxial cable.

    • The terminated fiber ends however are fragile and must be protected during installation. Leave the packaging around the fiber ends in place until ready to connect the jumper between OVP box and RRU or BBU.

    • DO NOT BEND THE FIBER ENDS (in the furcation tubes) TIGHTER THAN 1.2" (30mm) BEND RADIUS ELSE THERE IS A RISK OF BREAKING THE GLASS FIBERS.

    • Attach the main cable securely to the structure or equipment using hangers and/or cable ties to prevent strain on connections from movement in wind or snow/ice conditions.

    • Ensure the LC fiber connectors are seated firmly in the OVP box, RRU or in BBU equipment.

    • Ensure the weatherproof boots for both fiber and power connections and seated firmly in the RRU.

    • Heat shrink tube of the jumper should be 1" (25.40mm) inside of the OVP box.

    • Installation temperature range is -22F to 158F (-30C to 70C).

    • Minimum cable bend radii can be found in this document or on-line.

    • All jumpers are individually serialized, for immediate access to test results visit www.commscope.com/webtrak/

    • Power connector is supplied with the RRU

    • Grey power conductor is -48V

    • Blue power conductor is 0V (RTN)

    • RRU/BBU connectivity per OEM instruction

    Jumper Assemblies

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    HFE212-4MEB-XX (Bottom Jumper)

    Power Conductors

    LC Duplex Connector

    END 1 (BBU) END 2 (Junction box)

    Power Conductors

    END 1 (RRU) END 2 (Junction box)

    HFE212-4MET-XX (Top Jumper)

    Power Cord (preparation dimensions vary per

    RRU verify before prepping)

    Huawei Radio

    Power cord preparation dimensions

    Fiber routing

    LC Duplex Connector

    Huawei Radio

    *Velcro is provided with the jumper for cable management within the RRU. Lid will require a little pressure to close.

    1

    22

    1

    Identification sheaths added to END 1

    after February 2014

    2600 RRU 800 RRU

    + -

    Fiber subunit that enters from the right

    should route to the left.

    Fiber subunit that enters from the left should route to the right.

    Max 70 mm

    Min 2 mm

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    LC Connectors and Adapter cleaningClean exposed connector ferrule by lightly moistening lint-free wipe with fiber optic cleaning solution (or >91% isopropyl alcohol), and by applying medium pressure, first wipe against wet area and then onto dry area to clean potential residue from end face. Clean connector ferrule inside adapter by inserting lightly moistened cleaning stick with fiber optic cleaning solution (or >91% isopropyl alcohol) inside the adapter until contact is made with connector on opposite end. Rotate cleaning stick with medium pressure in one circular motion as it is pulled away from the adapter. Repeat process using dry cleaning stick.

    Caution: Signal strength will be affected if end and sides of ferrule are not thoroughly cleaned. Discard cleaning sticks after each use. Do not turn cleaning sticks back and forth pressing against connector end face. This may cause scratches if large contamination is present. Always inspect connector end face for contamination after each cleaning.

    Clean adapter by inserting adapter cleaning stick (or fiber adapter sleeve brush) moistened with fiber optic cleaning solution (or >91% isopropyl alcohol) inside the adapter and gently pull out with twisting motion. Repeat process with a dry cleaning stick.

    Caution: Do not try to clean adapter with a standard pipe cleaner. The sleeve inner diameter of LC adapters is too small. Do not try to clean the adapter with cleaning stick if a connector is mounted in one side. Discard cleaning sticks after each use.

    Clean Tip of Ferrule

    Clean Sides of Ferrule

    Adapter Brush

    Breakout ProcedureRemove electrical tape from the trunk cable and corrugated protection tube

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    2

    3

    While holding the protection tube straight pull the tube away from cable.

    After you have pulled the fiber and power conductors into the OVP box remove electrical tape from the trunk cable and remove clear tube for access to all optical connectors.

    After the trunk cable has been installed and you are ready to make the final connection to the OVP box follow these steps for the removal of fiber protection tube.

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    Device designed for cleaning the ferrule end faces of LC connectors

    Open guide cap, insert LC connector into guide, push the outer shell to start cleaning the LC connector interface, a "click" sound indicates end of a cleaning process, repeat, close cap immediately after use.

    Caution: Be careful not to slant LC connector while inserting into the Guide cap. Do not overly exert force during insertion as this may cause damage to both the connector and the cleaner.

    All in one cleaner

    GuideLC Connector

    Push Cleaner X2

    Cap

    Part Number: FCCT - L

    There are 3 basic principles that are critical to achieving an efficient fiber optic connection:

    1. Perfect Core Alignment

    2. Physical Contact

    3. Pristine Connector Interface

    Today’s connector design and production techniques have eliminated most of the challenges to achieving core alignment and physical contact. What remains challenging is maintaining a pristine end-face. As a result, CONTAMINATION is the #1 reason for troubleshooting optical networks.

    Implementing the process of cleaning and inspecting before mating can reduce the time spent troubleshooting, optimize signal performance and prevent damage.

    Inspecting

    Is It Clean?

    No ConnectYes

    Inspect

    Clean

    Clean

    Abrasive particles (i.e. rock dust) can cause permanent damage to the

    interface. If interface is scratched it cannot be repaired, it would need to be replaced.

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    Fiber Enclosure Assembly

    • Hinged cover

    • Lockable latches

    • Four position Fiber Terminal Strip

    • Eight position Power Terminals to each polarity

    • One main Hybrid Feed Thru’s; Four Hybrid Jumper Feed Thru’s

    • Earthing of junction box not required

    • Tighten glands to full closure on tails

    Hybrid Trunk Cable Entry Port

    4 - Hybrid Tail Entry Port

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    Fiber Connection Panel

    Cable Management Clips

    FrontBack

    Trunk

    Tails

    Proper Routing

    A

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    A C B D

    Gland torque spec 5 N•m (44.2 lb-in)

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    Enhanced wiring view

    4 - Grey Conductors

    4 - Blue Conductors

    Service loops

    Make sure terminal jumper is located in Blue terminal block

    !

    -48V Supply Gray (left)

    0V Return Blue (right)

  • Technical Publication (Continued)

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    Pipe Mounting Kit: 44mm − 114mm OD (1.75" − 4.5" OD)

    Included are the following:

    2 - Back Clamp Mount

    2 - Front Clamp Mount

    4 - 3/8" X 7" SS Threaded Rod

    8 - 3/8" SS Lock Washer

    12 - 3/8" SS Nut

    4 - 1/4-20 Screw

    4 - 1/4" SS Lock Washer

    4 - 1/4" SS Flat Washer

    Insert All Thread Rod into the Back Clamp Mount and attach from both sides with Lock Washer then tighten with 3/8" nut (4 locations). Attach Back Clamp Mount to the Enclosure Assembly by placing it over the mounting feet bosses and secure with Flat Washer, Lock Washer and ¼ - 20 Screw (4 locations - max torque 2.26 N•m − 20 lb-in).

    Place Front Clamp Mount around the pipe and secure with 3/8" Nut and Lock Washer. Tighten securely (4 locations).

    Flat Washer Lock Washer 1/4-20 Screw

    Threaded Rod

    3/8 Lock Washer and Nut

    Front Clamp Mount

    Wall Mounting Kit: Included are the following:

    1 - WALL ANCHOR KIT

    Drill the appropriate hole in the wall or structure you wish to mount to. Insert the Anchor into the hole and place Enclosure Assembly against the wall. Secure the Enclosure Assembly with the Finish Washer and Oval Head Screw as shown.

    1/4 Oval Head Screw

    1/4 Finish Washer

    Anchor

    Enclosure Assembly

    Enclosure Assembly

    Back Clamp Mount

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    When assembly is completed tighten lid screws (qty 4)

    (0.6 N•m − 5 lb-in)

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    Excess Cable Management (option 1)

    Coiled Hybrid Trunk

    (D)

    Estimating Trunk Length

    Length (L) should be determined by measuring the trunk cable from the base of the Fiber Enclosure Box to the Cabinet.Tower:

    • Fiber Enclosure Box to tower taking in account vertical and horizontal lengths to get to the cable ladder

    • Vertical length to bottom bend towards cabinet

    • Horizontal length from cable ladder to cabinet base

    (L) = (D1) + (D2) + (D3) + (D4)

    • (D) min bend radius • Secure coil with qty: 4 equally spaced 50 lb UV rated tie wraps

    (D4)

    (D3)

    (D1)

    (D2)

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    Excess Cable Management (option 2)If length of cable installed needs to be adjusted you can split the cable at the BBU end using the process below and then coiling the excess fiber subunits in a storage box. Fiber management trays are available to manage any excess fiber length in the breakouts at the BBU.

    1. Mark cutback length 2. Notch armor using flush cutter in-line with Kevlar strings

    3. Place rip cord in notches' 4. Pull rip cord parallel to cable (while supporting breakout)

    5. Stop at length marker 6. Separate armor

    7. Cut armor using side cutter 8. Remove water blocking tape

    9. Remove excess rip cord 10. Apply electrical tape to protect breakout

    Excess Fiber storage Box

    Part Number: FE-14126-E

    Fiber management tray, Part Number:

    FE-14192-IR

    NOTE: Remember to slide identifier labels down the power conductors before trimming the cable to it’s final length

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    Cable Splitter tool Part Number: FA-RCRT-PD

    Click here to view video

    NOTE: Step can be expedited by using a sewing seam ripper that can be purchased at local hobby stores

    Seam Ripper

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZVHif9_h6Q

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    Jacketing Removal Procedure for Grounding Kit Installation

    1. Score the jacketing 360º

    2. Measure 2” (51 mm) and repeat

    3. Identify where the aluminum shielding overlaps, this will feel like a flat spot in the cable

    4. With a knife flat on the cable remove a section of jacketing between score marks

    5. Lift edge of jacketing with knife tip

    6. Grab lifted edge of jacketing with a pair of pliers and roll on the cable

    7. Remove excess adhesive with a piece of emery cloth

    1 Hanger required every 1m (3ft)

    Hangers

    Trunk Hanger: L5CLICKB

    Click here for video

    Jumper Hanger: 43211A

    Scan to view video

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3je2SVxj0U

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    Minimum Grounding Requirements

    Ground kits required at the top and bottom before entering the shelter / cabinet

    Ground Kit UG12158-15B4-T is a universal solution for all HELIAX® FiberFeed® trunk cables.

    Only use Tin Plated grounding kits supplied and approved by CommScope.

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    HFE Trunks

    Hangers and grommets securely fastened

    No damage to cable jacket

    Grounding kits securely connected and weatherproofing intact

    Labels securely attached

    Junction Boxes

    Box mounting secure

    All electrical terminals secure

    All fiber connections seated correctly

    All cable entry glands tight and cables secure

    Boxsecurelylatchedclosedusingbothtopandbottomlatchesandtightenlidscrewsto0.6N●m (5 lb-in) so there are no sign of water or dirt ingress

    HFE Jumpers

    All jumper supports secure

    No damage to cable jacket

    Grounding kits securely connected and weatherproofing intact where installed

    RRU connection cover secure and no signs of water or dirt ingress

    RRU DC and fibre connections secure and seated properly

    Labels securely attached

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    © 2014 CommScope

    Notice: CommScope disclaims any liability or responsibility for the results of improper or unsafe installation, inspection, maintenance, or removal practices.Aviso: CommScope no acepta ninguna obligación ni responsabilidad como resultado de prácticas incorrectas o peligrosas de instalación, inspección, mantenimiento o retiro.Avis : CommScope décline toute responsabilité pour les conséquences de procédures d’installation, d’inspection, d’entretien ou de retrait incorrectes ou dangereuses.Hinweis: CommScope lehnt jede Haftung oder Verantwortung für Schäden ab, die aufgrund unsachgemäßer Installation, Überprüfung, Wartung oder Demontage auftreten.Atenção: A CommScope abdica do direito de toda responsabilidade pelos resultados de práticas inadequadas e sem segurança de instalação, inspeção, manutenção ou remoção.Avvertenza: CommScope declina eventuali responsabilità derivanti dell’esecuzione di procedure di installazione, ispezione, manutenzione e smontaggio improprie o poco sicure.

    CommScope1100 CommScope Place SE P.O. Box 339, Hickory, NC 28603-0339(828) 324-2200 (800) 982-1708www.commscope.com/andrew

    Customer Service 24 hoursNorth America: +1-800-255-1479 (toll free)Any country: +1-779-435-6500 email: [email protected]

    Maintenance Check List

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Technical Publication Visit www.commscope.com/andrew for complete specifications on all the products listed Bulletin # 7680960 Rev. I Related Support and Learning Opportunities Offered by the CommScope Infrastructure Academy The insights and expertise contained in this manual represent just one small part of Andrew Solutions global learning initiative. Few industries are evolving as quickly as wireless communications. Every technological innovation impacts what happens in the field. Our customers look to the CommScope Infrastructure Academy to make sure their technicians and installers are well trained, well-prepared, and well-educated to take advantage of opportunities as they evolve. To access a course, go to www.commscopetraining.com/coursecatalog.php, course #6107 Field Engineering Services (FES) Support services, such as our Field Engineering Services (FES) Group gives Andrew Solutions’ customers access to technical support where and when it is needed the most — in the field. The FES team is staffed by an expert team of technicians who, in turn, are supported by some of the brightest and most experienced product line managers. With all of this knowledge and support the FES offers our customers access to hands-on, specialized training classes. Section 1: Tools Required / System Overview ……….........…………………………………………………….…02 Section 2: Hoisting Considerations ……………………….....…………………….……………………………….…03 Section 3: General Specifications / Fiber Jumpers .......................……………………………………..………05 Section 4: LC Connection Considerations …............…………………………….…………………………….....06 Section 5: Breakout Procedure .......……………………..…………………………………………………………....07 Section 6: Cleaning / Inspecting ....……………………..…………………………………………………………....08 Section 7: Fiber Enclosure Assembly ……………………..…………………………………………………..………09 Section 8: Estimating Trunk Length / Excess Cable Handling ...........……………….……………………..……11 Section 9: Hanger / Jacketing Removal ...................................................................................………………13 Section 10: Minimum Grounding Requirements .....................................……………….……………………..……14 Section 11: Maintenance Check List .......................................……………………………………………….……15 Customer Service Center United States and Mexico 1-800-255-1479 or 1-888-235-5732 International: +1-779-435-8579 Installation Guidelines - – HELIAX ® FiberFeed ® Solutions Fiber/Copper Hybrid Cables: HFE810 │ HFE212 1
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