BOM codes of the cabinets and copper fittings for PDUs of the OSN 8800

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Question:
Huawei OSN 8800 switches to DPD63-8-8 PDU that supports eight inputs and eight outputs. The DPD63-4-8 PDU supports four inputs and eight outputs. During deployment of a project, TN51PDU and DPD63-8-8 PDU are used together. The BOM codes of the cabinet and copper fitting required for the DPD63-8-8 PDU are provided at the end.
Answer:
1. The BOM code and description of the assembly cabinet required by the DPD63-8-8 PDU are as follows:BOM code: 02113681
Description: Assembly Cabinet,OptiX OSN 6800,TN1B4RACK01,N63B Type ETSI Rack(2200*600*300mm,LSZH)Without Subrack (housing 4 optical platform subracks, and supporting OSN 6800/8800 platform subracks or OSN 9600/9800 P18 subracks)
2. The BOM code and description of the copper fitting required by the DPD63-8-8 PDU are as follows: BOM code: 21170262
Description: Conductor,DKBA6.860.6750,Shorted Copper
BOM doe: 21170324
Description: Conductor,DKBA6.861.0105,2+2pin copper bar
Suggestion and conclusion:
The DPD63-8-8 PDU can substitute TN11PDU, TN16PDU, and TN51PDU, and will be widely used. Currently, the DPD63-4-8 PDU is used for delivery, and it provides four inputs and eight outputs. Two PDUs (BOM code: 21170262) and one PDU (BOM code: 21170324) are delivered together with each cabinet.

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BOM codes of DPD63-8-8 PDU copper fittings and copper bars
1. Functions of copper fittings DPD63-8-8 is used as an example. This power distribution box (PDB) can receive the current input of only 8 x 63 A and cannot support the power supply less than 8 channels of current or other current specifications. Therefore, copper fittings are required to short-circuit multiple input terminals to support fewer channels of current or higher current specifications. 2. Two-in-one copper fittings: The BOM code is 21170260 (Conductor,DKBA4.409.2252MX,Shoted Copper). In the DPD63-8-8 PDU, the two-in-one copper fittings are used in the scenario where one channel of power supplies are converted into two channels of power supplies. For example, when 8-channel 63 A input is required but the equipment room can provide only 4-channel 100 A power supplies, the two-in-one copper fittings should be used for short-circuit and then receive the power supplies. This code has two pairs of copper fittings. Pay attention to the installation. This type of copper fittings support 63 A circuit breakers. Two-in-one copper bars: No BOM code is available. Delivered with the PDU. The copper bars do not need to be configured. They are installed on the positive pole (blue power supply cable) and are delivered together with the PDU. They are used together with the preceding copper fittings. (They are contained in the accessory material package. Ensure that they cannot be lost.) Four-in-one copper fittings: The BOM code is 21170262 (Conductor,DKBA6.860.6750,Shorted Copper). In the DPD63-8-8 PDU, the four-in-one copper fittings are used in the scenario where one channel of power supplies are converted into four channels of power supplies. For example, when all the boards in a cabinet have low power consumption and single-channel 100 A current is enough, the four-in-one copper fittings can be used for short-circuit and then receive the power supplies. Note: This type of copper fittings are used only for the scenario where the maximum input current is less than 120 A. The current of each circuit breaker cannot exceed 32 A. Four-in-one copper bars: The BOM code is 21170324 (Conductor,DKBA6.861.0105,2+2pin copper bar). They are installed in a DPD63-8-8 PDB and used together with the four-in-one copper fittings (BOM code: 21170262). They are installed on the positive pole (blue power cable).

BOM code descriptions of copper fittings of DPD63-8-8 PDUs
Question: What are the BOM codes of copper fittings of DPD63-8-8 PDUs? Answer: 1. Case TC0001723534 describes the BOM codes of the copper fittings. This case elaborates the BOM codes for deployment reference. 2. The cause why copper fittings are required is as follows: The DPD63-8-8 PDU is used as an example. The PDU supports only 8 x 63 A current inputs, and therefore cannot be directly used in a scenario when fewer than 8 channels of current inputs are available or other scenarios. Then a copper fitting is required to short-circuit multiple input terminals in these scenarios. 3. Two-in-one copper fitting (BOM code: 21170260): It must be installed in the DPD63-8-8 PDU. It applies to scenarios in which one channel of power supply is divided into two channels. For example, when 8 x 63 A inputs are required but only 4 x 100 A inputs are available, you can use this two-in-one copper fitting for short-circuiting before connecting to the power supply. During installation, note that it includes two pairs of copper bars, one pair on the left and one pair on the right. It supports a 63 A circuit breaker. Two-in-one copper fitting (without BOM code): It is delivered with the PDU and does not need to be configured. It is installed on the positive pole (a black power cable), and works with the copper fitting (BOM code: 21170260). It is delivered in the accessories package of a cabinet. Keep it safe. Four-in-one copper fitting (BOM code: 21170262): It must be installed in the DPD63-8-8 PDU. It applies to scenarios in which one channel of power supply is divided into four channels. For example, when the cabinet uses only boards of low power consumption and a single channel of 100 A input is enough, you can use this four-in-one copper for short-circuiting before connecting to the power supply. Note that this copper fitting only applies to a scenario in which the input current is below 120 A, and each circuit breaker cannot exceed 32 A. Four-in-one copper fitting (BOM code: 21170324) It must be installed in the DPD63-8-8 PDU. It is installed on the positive pole (a black power cable) and works with a four-in-one copper fitting (BOM code: 21170262).

Whether copper fittings are equipped for cabinets delivered to sites
Copper fittings are not pre-installed on PDUs during delivery. The TN16PDU consists of two parts: A and B, which back up each other. Parts A and B each receive four �?8 V/�?0 V power supplies and output four power supplies for subracks in the cabinet. Whether copper fittings are required is determined by the current of the power supplied by the power supply equipment in the equipment room: When eight 63 A power supplies are provided, no copper fitting is required. When four 125 A power supplies are provided, copper fittings are required for dividing each 125 A power supply into two 63 A power supplies.

Circuit breaker specification for the PDU of an OptiX OSN 8800 T16 subrack?
The power consumption of a fully configured OptiX OSN 8800 T16 subrack is 1800 W, the maximum current is 50 A, and the circuit breaker on the PDU is 63 A.

Whether an OSN 8800 cabinet can be directly installed on an ESD floor without a support?
For the purpose of cabinet stability, you are not advised to install an OSN 8800 cabinet directly on an ESD floor. In addition, cabling cannot be properly performed if the cabinet adopts underfloor cabling.

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