Method used to set jumpers and DIP switches on the SCC board


The battery jumpers on the SCC board maintain the configurations of the board in case of a power failure. If the SCC board is in use, cap the battery jumpers to make a short circuit, which enables the battery to supply power normally.
The BIOS jumpers and DIP switches help clear the board parameter area and database on the SCC board.

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Methods used to set the battery jumper on the SSE2SCC board
Locate the battery jumper J1 on the E2SCC board. The pins of J1 are numbered 1, 2, and 3 from bottom to top. When the battery power supply is required (the board is in trial running or normal running mode), pins 1 and 2 need to be capped. When the battery power supply is not required (the board is placed at the warehouse), pins 2 and 3 need to be capped.

Method to clear the parameter settings and database of the system control board in a slave subrack using jumpers or DIP switches
The method for clearing parameter settings and database data on the system control board in a slave subrack is the same as that in the master subrack. For details, see the related topic in the product documentation.

Functions of the jumpers and DIP switches on an AUX board
They are used to set subrack IDs.

Method used to set the jumpers on the TN11AUX02 board of the OSN 6800
The J16, J15, J4, J3, and J2 jumpers can be set in 32 combinations, representing decimal values 0-31. The default setting of the five jumpers is 00000. The value 0 indicates the master subrack and the other values indicate slave subracks.

DIP switches and fiber jumpers on the AUX board
For details on the DIP switches and fiber jumpers, see descriptions of AUX DIP switches and fiber jumpers in product manuals.

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