Meaning of the label on the fiber patch cord of an NS2 board on OSN 6800

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The contents of the label on a fiber patch cord are as follows: Subrack IDs of the source and sink ports �?slot ID �?board name �?port

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Meaning of the label on the pigtail of an NS2 board on an OSN 6800
The contents of the label on a pigtail are as follows: Subrack IDs of the source and sink ports �?slot ID �?board name �?port.

Fiber connections of the OBU board on an OSN 6800
Fiber connections of the OBU board on an OSN 6800 are as follows: The TC port of the FIU board is connected to the VI port of the OBU board. The VO and IN ports of the OBU board are connected. The OUT port of the OBU board is connected to the IN port of the D40 board.

Power consumption of the ND2, PIU, and NS2 boards on OSN 6800 devices
The maximum power consumption values for the ND2, PIU, and NS2 boards are 70.5 W, 24 W, and 49.1 W respectively.

Whether the E2000 fiber adapters and E2000 fiber patch cords dedicated to the OSN 8800 HBA board can be replaced with common ones
The HBA board has high power, and therefore it must use E2000 fiber adapters and E2000 fiber patch cords. Common fiber adapters and fiber patch cords cannot be used for the HBA board.

Power consumption of ND2, PIU, and NS2 boards on OSN 6800 devices
The maximum power consumption of ND2 boards is 70.5 W, of PIU boards is 24 W, and of NS2 boards is 49.1 W.

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