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MX2008 High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power System

 

MX2008 High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Distribution Module Description

Note

The MX2008, MX2010, and MX2020 routers support the same power modules AC, DC, 240 V China, and universal PSMs and PDMs.

In the high-voltage second-generation universal (HVAC/HVDC) power configuration, the MX2000 router contains two high-voltage universal (MX2K-PDM-HV) PDMs located at the rear of the chassis in slots PDM0/Input0 and PDM1/Input1 (bottom to top). A minimum of one PDM is required per system (two PDMs per chassis) for nonredundant power. The universal (HVAC/HVDC) PDMs provide power interface to nine power supply modules (PSMs).

Two PDMs provide full redundancy for the router. In a redundant configuration, a total of a total of eighteen (9-feed PDMs) are supported.

Note

The power backplane for a subsystem distributes regulated 52 VDC to all boards supplied by that subsystem.

Each high-voltage universal (HVAC/HVDC) PDM has nine (HVAC/HVDC) inputs, (see Figure 1).

Figure 1: MX2000 High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) PDM
MX2000 High-Voltage
Universal (HVAC/HVDC) PDM

MX2008 High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Distribution Module LEDs

Each universal PDM faceplate contains one LED for each of the nine input power feeds, indicating the correct or incorrect polarity connection of each feed. See Table 1 and Figure 2 high-voltage universal (HVAC/HVDC) PDM LEDs.

Figure 2: High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Distribution Module LEDs
High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC)
Power Distribution Module LEDs
  1
LED
 

Table 1: High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Distribution Module LEDs

Color

State

Description

Green

On

Positive and negative input feeds are connected. PDM is functioning normally.

Off

Positive input feed is not connected or present.

Negative input feed is not connected or present.

MX2008 High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Supply Module Description

Note

The MX2008, MX2010, and MX2020 routers support the same power modules AC, DC, 240 V China, and universal PSMs and PDMs.

The MX2008 supports a universal HVAC/HVDC power system. The HVAC/HVDC power system operates with nine feeds. A total of nine feeds are required to fully power the MX2010. Another nine feeds are required to provide feed redundancy (a total of 18 feeds In the HVAC/HVDC power configuration, the router contains up to nine HVAC/HVDC PSMs located at the rear of the chassis in slots PSM0 through PSM8, (left to right). The HVAC/HVDC PSMs in slots PSM0 through PSM8 provide power to the all router components including MPCs in slot 0 through 9, CB-REs in slot 0 and 1, SFBs in slot 0 through 7, and fan trays 0, 1, 2, and 3.

Note

The MX2008 systems configured for universal (HVAC/HVDC) input power must use only universal PDMs and PSMs. AC, DC, 240 V China, and universal PSMs or PDMs must not be mixed within a single system.

Up to nine PSMs may be connected in parallel to increase available system power across MPCs as needed and provide redundancy. Figure 3 shows the universal PSM.

Figure 3: High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Supply Module
High-Voltage Universal
(HVAC/HVDC) Power Supply Module

The HVAC/HVDC power system is feed redundant. Each universal PSM can be connected to two separate feeds from different sources that are used to provide feed redundancy. The PSM has two independent power trains connected in parallel at the output while each input is connected to its own feed. Power always is drawn from both feeds. There are two PDMs per power system capable of carrying nine feeds each. The bottom PDM in each power cage provides power to INP0 of all PSMs installed in the cage, while top PDM in each power cage provides power to INP1 of all PSMs installed in the cage. Feed connection to the PDMs should be done according to standard TIA-942 “Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data” depending on tiering level. The primary input of the PSM is a dual-redundant feed, INP0 and INP1. Both feeds are active during operation, and always carry current. Two dual-position DIP switches accessible from front panel indicate whether respective input INP0 or INP1 is expected to be connected or not. Set the input mode DIP switch to the on or off position to determine the power supply feeds (see Table 2 and Figure 4). In addition, a PSM failure triggers the alarm LED on the craft interface. Each PDM has an LED per feed indicating whether the feed is active or not, or whether the feed is connected properly. See MX2008 High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Supply Module Description.

Table 2: DIP Switch Positions on the Universal (HVAC/HVDC) PSM

Switch Location Left (Input 0)

Switch Location Middle (Input 1)

Input Source

Off

Off

None are expected to be connected.

On

Off

Only input (0) is expected to be connected.

Off

On

Only input( 1) is expected to be connected.

On

On

Both input 0 and input 1 are expected to be connected.

Figure 4: Selecting the Input Feed on the Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Supply Module
Selecting the Input Feed on
the Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Supply Module

The universal HVAC/HVDC PSM has one more (third) DIP input switch accessible from the front panel, see Figure 4. This switch indicates the system is using the universal (MX2K-PDM-HV) PDM that has 30 A rated power cord. This should be in the ON position.

Table 3:

Switch Location Right (Input 2)

Meaning

On. See Figure 4.

PSM is using the universal HVAC/HVDC PDM that has 30 A-rated power cord.

MX2008 High-Voltage Universal Power Supply Module LEDs

Each high-voltage second-generation universal (HVAC/HVDC) PSM faceplate contains four LEDs. These LEDs are shown in Figure 5 and Table 4. Nine bicolor LEDs, labeled 0 through 8 for the nine PSMs, are located in the center of the craft interface.

The primary input of the PSM is a dual redundant feed, INP0 and INP1. Both feeds are active during operation, and both feeds share the load current when present. In addition, a PSM failure triggers the alarm LED on the craft interface.

Figure 5: MX2000 High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Supply Module LEDs
MX2000 High-Voltage
Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Supply Module LEDs

Table 4: MX2000 High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Supply Module LEDs

INP0 (V) AC or DC within range

INP1 (V) AC or DC within range

Dip 0

Dip 1

PSM Switch

INP0 LED

INP1 LED

PWR OK LED

FAULT LED

PWR OK

52V out

5V out

Yes

Yes

1

0

Off

Green

Off

Blinking amber

Off

Off

Off

Off

Yes

0

1

0

On

Green

Off

Green

Off

On

On

On

0

Yes

0

1

Off

Off

Green

Blinking amber

Off

Off

Off

Off

0

Yes

1

1

On

Off

Green

Green

Off

On

On

On

Yes

Yes

1

1

Off

Green

Green

Blinking amber

Off

Off

Off

Off

Yes

Yes

1

1

On

Green

Green

Green

Off

On

On

On

Yes

Yes

0

0

Off

Green

Green

Blinking amber

Off

Off

Off

Off

Yes

Yes

0

0

On

Green

Green

Green

Off

On

On

On

Yes

0

0

1

Off

Green

Off

Blinking amber

Red

Off

On

Off

Yes

0

0

1

On

Green

Off

Green

Red

On

On

On

0

Yes

1

0

Off

Off

Green

Blinking amber

Red

Off

On

Off

0

Yes

1

0

On

Off

Green

Green

Red

On

On

On

MX2008 High-Voltage Second-Generation Universal Power Requirements

Note

The MX2008, MX2010, and MX2020 routers support the same power modules AC, DC, 240 V China, and universal PSMs and PDMs).

Table 5 lists the FRU power requirements for SFBs, RCBs, MPCs, and MICs. In addition, Table 5 lists the MPC power requirements with MICs and optics at various operating temperatures.

Typical power represents power under certain temperatures and normal operating conditions.

Note

The universal PDMs do not have a switch selection.

If you do not plan to provision as recommended above, you can use the information inTable 5 to calculate the power consumption for your hardware configuration.

Note

Unlike all the other MPCs, MPC6E, MPC8E, and MPC9E does not require an adapter card (ADC) to house the MPC in the MX2008 router.

Table 5: FRU Power Requirements

Component

Model Number

Maximum Power Requirement

Switch Fabric Boards (SFBs)

MX2008 SFB2

MX2008-SFB2

100 W (Typical)

110 W at 55° C

100 W at 40° C

95 W at 25° C

Fan Trays

Fan Trays

MX2000-FANTRAY-S

1500 W (Typical)

1700 W at 55° C

1500 W at 40° C

350 W at 25° C

Adapter Cards

ADC

MX2000-LC-ADAPTER

150 W

Routing Control Board (RCB)

RCB

REMX2008-X8-64G

100 W (Typical)

120 W at 55° C

100 W at 40° C

95 W at 25° C

MPCs

16x10GE MPC (seeMPC-3D-16XGE-SFPP)

MPC-3D-16XGE-SFPP

440 W at 55° C ambient

MPC1 (see MPC1)

MX-MPC1-3D

MX-MPC1E-3D

165 W

With MICs and optics:

239 W at 55° C

227 W at 40° C

219 W at 25° C

MPC1 Q (see MPC1 Q)

MX-MPC1-3D-Q

MX-MPC1E-3D-Q

175 W

With MICs and optics:

249 W at 55° C

237 W at 40° C

228 W at 25° C

MPC2 (see MPC2)

MX-MPC2-3D

MX-MPC2E-3D

274 W

With MICs and optics:

348 W at 55° C

329 W at 40° C

315 W at 25° C

MPC2 Q (see MPC2 Q)

MPC2 EQ (see MPC2 EQ)

MX-MPC2-3D-Q

MX-MPC2-3D-EQ

MX-MPC2E-3D-Q

MX-MPC2E-3D-EQ

294 W

With MICs and optics:

368 W at 55° C

347 W at 40° C

333 W at 25° C

MCP2E P (see MPC2E P)

MX-MPC2E-3D-P

294 W

With MICs and optics:

368 W at 55° C

347 W at 40° C

333 W at 25° C

MPC3E (see MPC3E)

MX-MPC3E-3D

440 W

With MICs and optics:

520 W at 55° C, two 40 W MICs

420 W at 40° C, two CFP MICs with LR4 optics

408 W at 25° C, two CFP MICs with LR4 optics

32x10GE MPC4E (see 32x10GE MPC4E)

MX-MPC4E-3D-32XGE-SFPP

610 W

With MICs and optics:

610 W at 55° C, two 40 W MICs

560 W at 40° C, two CFP MICs with LR4 optics

550 W at 25° C, two CFP MICs with LR4 optics

2x100GE + 8x10GE MPC4E (see 2x100GE + 8x10GE MPC4E)

MX-MPC4E-2CGE-8XGE

610 W

With MICs and optics:

610 W at 55° C, two 40 W MICs

550 W at 40° C, two CFP MICs with LR4 optics

530 W at 25° C, two CFP MICs with LR4 optics

6x40GE + 24x10GE MPC5E

6x40GE + 24x10GE MPC5EQ

MPC5E-40G10G

MPC5EQ-40G10G

With optics:

607 W at 55° C

541 W at 40° C

511 W at 25° C

2x100GE + 4x10GE MPC5E

2x100GE + 4x10GE MPC5EQ

MPC5E-100G10G

MPC5EQ-100G10G

With optics:

607 W at 55° C

541 W at 40° C

511 W at 25° C

MPC6E

MX2K-MPC6E

1088 W with MICs and optics

MPC7E-MRATE

MPC7E-MRATE

400 W (Typical)

545 W at 55° C

465 W at 40° C

440 W at 25° C

MPC8E

(without MICs)

MX2K-MPC8E

688 W (Typical)

805 W at 55° C

720 W at 40° C

690 W at 25° C

MPC9E

(without MICs)

MX2K-MPC9E

838 W (Typical)

1018 W at 55° C

870 W at 40° C

840 W at 25° C

MICs

ATM MIC with SFP

MIC-3D-8OC3-2OC12-ATM

35 W

Gigabit Ethernet MIC with SFP

MIC-3D-20-GE-SFP

37 W

10-Gigabit Ethernet MIC with XFP

2-Port: MIC-3D-2XGE-XFP

4-Port: MIC-3D-4XGE-XFP

2-Port: 29 W

4-Port: 37 W

10-Gigabit Ethernet MIC with SFP+

MIC6-10G

74 W

With optics:

53 W at 55° C, 40° C and 25° C with 10G BASE-SR and 10G BASE-LR optics

66 W at 55° C, 40° C and 25° C with 10G BASE-ER optics

74 W at 55° C, 40° C and 25° C with 10G BASE-ZR optics

10-Gigabit Ethernet DWDM OTN MIC

MIC6-10G-OTN

84 W

With optics:

63 W at 55° C with 10G BASE-LR OTN optics

63 W at 40° C with 10G BASE-LR OTN optics

63 W at 25° C with 10G BASE-LR OTN optics

40-Gigabit Ethernet MIC with QSFPP

MIC3-3D-2X40GE-QSFPP

18 W

100-Gigabit Ethernet MIC with CFP

MIC3-3D-1X100GE-CFP

40 W

100-Gigabit Ethernet MIC with CXP

MIC3-3D-1X100GE-CXP

20 W

100-Gigabit Ethernet MIC with CFP2

MIC6-100G-CFP2

104 W

With optics:

94 W at 55° C with 100G BASE-LR4 OTN optics

86 W at 40° C with 100G BASE-LR4 OTN optics

74 W at 25° C with 100G BASE-LR4 OTN optics

100-Gigabit Ethernet MIC with CXP

MIC6-100G-CXP

57 W

49 W at 55° C with CXP SR10 optics

49 W at 40° C with CXP SR10 optics

49 W at 25° C with CXP SR10 optics

100-Gigabit DWDM OTN MIC with CFP2

MIC3-100G-DWDM

With optics:

91 W at 55° C

83 W at 25° C

SONET/SDH OC3/STM1 Multi-Rate MIC

4-Port: MIC-3D-4OC3OC12-1OC48







8-Port: MIC-3D-8OC3OC12-4OC48

4-Port:

24 W at 55° C

22.75 W at 40° C

21.5 W at 25° C

8-Port:

29 W at 55° C

27.75 W at 40° C

26.5 W at 25° C

OC192/STM64 MIC with XFP

MIC-3D-1OC192-XFP

41 W at 55° C

38.5 W at 40° C

36 W at 25° C

Channelized SONET/SDH OC3/STM1 Multi-Rate MIC

4-Port: MIC-3D-4CHOC3-2CHOC12







8-Port: MIC-3D-8CHOC3-4CHOC12

4-Port:

41 W at 55° C

40 W at 40° C

39 W at 25° C

8-Port:

52 W at 55° C

50.5 W at 40° C

49 W at 25° C

Channelized OC48/STM16 MIC with SFP

MIC-3D-1CHOC48

56.5 W at 55° C

54.5 W at 40° C

53 W at 25° C

Tri-Rate MIC

MIC-3D-40GE-TX

41 W

MIC MRATE

MIC-MRATE

  • When installed into MPC8E: 1.250 A @ 48 V (60 W)

  • When installed into MPC9E: 1.771 A @ 48 V (85 W)

DS3/E3 MIC

MIC-3D-8DS3-E3

MIC-3D-8CHDS3-E3-B

36 W at 55° C

35 W at 40° C

34 W at 25° C

Channelized OC3/STM1 (Multi-Rate) Circuit Emulation MIC with SFP

MIC-3D-4COC3-1COC12-CE

33.96 W

MX2000 High-Voltage Universal PDM (MX2K-PDM-HV) Power Cord Specifications

Table 6 provides specifications and plug standards for the AC (20-input) power cord applicable to the universal (HVAC/HVDC) PDMs.

Table 6: 20-A Cabling Options

Spare Juniper Model Number

Locale

Cord Set Rating

Connector

CBL-JNP-SG4-C20

North America

AC Power Cord

20 A, 250 VAC

C20 to Anderson 3-5958p4

Table 7 provides specifications and connectors on the 30-A power cord provided for each country or region applicable to the universal (HVAC/HVDC) PDMs.

Table 7: 30-A Cabling Options

Spare Juniper Model Number

Locale

Cord Set Rating

Connector

CBL-PWR2-BARE

See Figure 6.

North America

HVAC/HVDC power cord

30 A, 400 VAC

Anderson/straight to bare wire

CBL-PWR-SG4

North America

HVAC/HVDC power cord

30-A, 400 VAC

SAF-D-GRID 400 right-angle (LH)

CBL-PWR2-L6-30P

See Figure 7.

North America

AC Power Cord

30 A, 400 VAC

Anderson/straight to L6-30P

CBL-PWR2-332P6W-RA

Continental Europe

AC power cord

30-A 250 VAC

Anderson/right-angle to IEC 332P6

CBL-PWR2-332P6W

Continental Europe

AC power cord

30-A 250 VAC

Anderson/right-angle to IEC 332P6

CBL-PWR-SG4-RA

USA

HVAC/HVDC power cord

30-A, 400 VAC

SAF-D-GRID 400 right-angle (LH)

CBL-PWR2-L6-30P-RA

North America

AC power cord

30 A, 250 VAC

Anderson/right-angle to L6-30P

CBL-PWR2-330P6W-RA Figure 8.

Continental Europe

AC power cord

30 A, 250 VAC

Anderson/right-angle to IEC 330P6

CBL-PWR2-330P6W

North America

AC power cord

30 A, 250 VAC

Anderson/right-angle to IEC 330P6

For the HVAC/HVDC power cord one end of the cable has an SAF-D-Grid 400 connector, the other end of the cable is bare wire. See Figure 6 and Table 7. These cables are separately orderable and are not shipped automatically with the MX2K-PDM-HV orders. An example of the bare wire cable and connector is shown in Figure 6.

For connection to AC systems, Juniper provides a cable with either a NEMA 30-A connector (Figure 7).

Figure 6: Bare Cable with Anderson Connector
 Bare Cable with Anderson Connector
  1
Black wire–Positive (+)
  3
White wire–Negative
  2
Green wire-Ground
 
Figure 7: NEMA L6-P30 Connector
NEMA L6-P30 Connector
Figure 8: IEC 330P6W Connector
IEC 330P6W Connector
Warning

The AC power cord for the router is intended for use with the router only and not for any other use.

Warning

Translation from Japanese: The attached power cable is only for this product. Do not use the cable for another product.

Note

In North America, AC power cords must not exceed 4.5 m (approximately 14.75 ft) in length, to comply with National Electrical Code (NEC) Sections 400-8 (NFPA 75, 5-2.2) and 210-52, and Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) Section 4-010(3). You can order AC power cords that are in compliance.

Warning

The router is a pluggable type A equipment installed in restricted access location. It has a separate protective earthing terminal (Metric [–M6] and English [–¼-20] screw ground lugs) provided on the chassis in addition to the grounding pin of the power supply cord. This separate protective earth terminal must be permanently connected to earth.

Caution

Power cords and cables must not block access to device components or drape where people could trip on them.

MX2000 Router High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Subsystem Electrical Specifications

Table 8 lists the high-voltage second-generation universal power subsystem electrical specifications.

Table 8: High-Voltage Universal PSM Electrical Specifications Per Input Configurations

Item

Specification

Maximum input current rating input voltage @ 190 VDC or 180 VAC

Maximum input current 30 A (for 3000 W)

Maximum output power

3400 W (dual feed) and 3000 W (single feed) @ 57.7 A

Redundancy

N+1 PSM

N+N feed redundancy

DC input voltage

190 VDC to 410 VDC

DC nominal input current @ 380 VDC IN

10 A (3000 W for single feed)

Maximum output @ 52 VDC (upper and lower cage)

3400 W (dual feed) and 3000 W (single feed)

DC standby output @ 5 VDC

30 W

AC input voltage

Operating range: 180-305 VAC

Maximum AC feed PSM input power

3365 W for single input, 1910 W for each input with dual-input configuration.

AC input line frequency

47-63 Hz (+/-3Hz)

AC system current rating

19 A (single input) @ 180 VAC input voltage, 11 A for each input with dual-input configuration.

Efficiency

Note: This value is maximum load.

91% at full load

High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Circuit Breaker Requirements for the MX2000 Router

The circuit breaker protection on all the power supplies should be designed according to National Electrical Code (NEC) of country of system installation or any similar local standard based on maximum drawn current of the power supply specified in this document.

Each high-voltage universal (HVAC/HVDC) PSM has dual feeds. The input AC or DC receptacle inlet is located on front panel of the PDM.

Each power cord feed should have dedicated circuit breakers. We recommend that size of the circuit breaker protection should be designed according to National Electrical Code (NEC) of country of system installation or any similar local standard based on maximum drawn current of the power supply specified in this document.

Caution

Use a 2-pole Circuit Breaker rated at minimum of 125% of the rated current per NEC or as local codes. Primary Overcurrent Protection by the Building Circuit Breaker. This breaker must protect against excess current, short circuit, and earth grounding fault in accordance with NEC which is ANSI/NFPA 70.