OSN 3500 Enhanced

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Can someone please explain the difference between OSN 3500 standard subrack and OSN 3500 enhanced subrack. I think it also applies to OSN 7500.
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liqiang185
Admin Created Aug 25, 2019 01:45:38 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hello, I think their power consumption and access capacity are different. Other parameters are the same.

Most of their business processing boards are common to 7500.
[tr]Subrack TypeMaximum Power ConsumptionaFuse CapacityTypical Configuration[/tr][tr]Typical Power ConsumptionTypical Configuration
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General OptiX OSN 3500 subrack720 W20 A496 W
  • Two N1SLD64 (S-64.2b, LC) boards
  • Two N2SLQ4 (S-4.1, LC) boards
  • Two N1SLQ16 (L-16.2, LC) boards
  • Two N1SLH1 (S-1.1, LC) boards
  • Four N1OU08 boards
  • Two N2EGT2 boards
  • Two N1PSXCS boards
  • One N4GSCC board
  • One N1AUX board
  • Two N1PIU boards
Enhanced OptiX OSN 3500 subrack1100 W32 A541 W
  • Two N1SL64 (S-64.2b, LC) boards
  • Two N2SLQ4 (S-4.1, LC) boards
  • One N1SLT1 (S-1.1, LC) board
  • Two N1PEG8 boards
  • Two N1PEX2 boards
  • Two N1PETF8 boards
  • Two N2PSXCSA boards
  • One N1AUX board
  • Two N6SCC boards
  • Two N1PIUA boards
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wissal
wissal MVE Created Aug 24, 2019 20:19:08 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hi,

The OptiX OSN 3500 equipment consists of the cabinet, cabinet doors, DC power distribution unit (PDU), subracks, orderwire phone fixing frame, boards, and cables. The OptiX OSN 3500 subrack can be installed in a 300 mm or 600 mm ETSI cabinet.
Below shows the appearance of the OptiX OSN 3500 that is installed in the 300 mm ETSI cabinet.
Appearance of the OptiX OSN 3500 that is installed in the 300 mm ETSI cabinet 
1. DC PDU2. Side panel3. Cable distribution plate4. Orderwire phone fixing frame
5. Subrack6. Cabinet7. Fiber management tray8. Front door
Below shows the appearance of the general OptiX OSN 3500 subrack and enhanced OptiX OSN 3500 subrack (1100 W).
Appearance of the general OptiX OSN 3500 subrack and enhanced OptiX OSN 3500 subrack (1100 w) 
OSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-1
1. Interface board area2. Fan area3. Processing board area4. Cable routing area
Below shows the appearance of the OptiX OSN 3500 type III subrack (2300 W).
OSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-2
1. Interface board area2. Fan area3. Processing board area4. Cable routing area


Overview of Boards

This topic describes the appearances, dimensions, bar codes, and classification of the boards used on the OptiX OSN systems.

Appearances and Dimensions of the Boards

Different boards have different appearances and dimensions.
Below table provides information about the appearances and dimensions of the boards used on the OptiX OSN 3500.
Appearances and dimensions of the boards used on the OptiX OSN 3500[tr]ParameterAppearance and Dimensions[/tr]
Board appearanceOSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-3OSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-4OSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-5
Board classificationOptical interface board (for example, SL16)Service processing board (for example, PQ1)Service interface board (for example, D75S)
Height (mm)262.05262.05262.05
Depth (mm)220220110
Width (mm)25.425.422
Board appearanceOSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-6OSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-7OSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-8
Board classificationCross-connect and timing board
System auxiliary interface board (AUX)Power interface board (PIU)
Height (mm)262.05262.05262.05
Depth (mm)220110110
Width (mm)404444
Board appearanceOSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-9--
Board classificationBoard that occupies two slots (such as the N1PEG16)--
Height (mm)262.05--
Depth (mm)220--
Width (mm)50.8--
Note: The figure in the right cell shows the three dimensions. "H" and "W" indicate the height and width of the front panel respectively and "D" indicates the depth of the printed circuit board (PCB).OSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-10



Cross-Connect Boards and System Control Boards:

This topic describes the system control boards and the cross-connect boards that have different capacities.
SXCSA
This topic describes the version, application, functions, working principle, front panel, and technical specifications of the SXCSA (super cross-connect and synchronous timing board). This topic also describes how to configure and commission the SXCSA.PSXCS(A)
This topic describes the version, application, functions, working principle, front panel, and technical specifications of the PSXCS(A) (super dual-plane cross-connect and timing board). This topic also describes how to configure and commission the PSXCS(A).GSCC
This topic describes the version, application, functions, working principle, front panel, and technical specifications of the GSCC (system control and communication board). This topic also describes how to configure and commission the GSCC.

Position of the cross-connect and synchronous timing board in the system 
OSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-11 


Functions and features of the cross-connect unit of the SXCSA

[tr]Function and FeatureSXCSA[/tr]
Basic functions
  • Higher order cross-connect capacity: 200 Gbit/s
  • Lower order cross-connect capacity: 20 Gbit/s
  • Access capacity: 155 Gbit/s
Service processing
  • Supports the flexible service grooming and supports the fully non-blocking cross-connect, multicast, and broadcast services.
  • Enables the communication between the SXCSA and the other boards.
  • Supports the tact switch and performs the protection switching without interrupting services.
  • Supports the SNCP protection at the VC-4-4c, VC-4-8c, VC-4-16c, VC-4-64c, VC-4, VC-12, VC-3, and AU-3 levels.
  • Supports VC-4-4c, VC-4-8c, VC-4-16c, and VC-4-64c concatenation services.
  • Supports a maximum of 40 linear MSP groups.
  • Supports a maximum of 12 ring MSP groups.
  • Supports a maximum of 2016 SNCP groups.
  • Supports a maximum of 592 SNCMP groups.
  • Supports a maximum of 512 SNCTP groups.
Protection schemesSupports the 1+1 Hot Backup for the Cross-Connect and Timing Units (non-revertive, by default).


Functional block diagram of the SXCSA 
OSN 3500 Enhanced-3043799-12

SETG: synchronous equipment timing generation function


Power Boards

This topic describes the power boards such as the UPM, PIU and PIUA.
This topic describes the version, functions, working principle, front panel, valid slots, and technical specifications of the UPM (uninterruptible power module).
This topic describes the version, functions, working principle, front panel, valid slots, and technical specifications of the PIU (power interface board).
This topic describes the version, functions, working principle, front panel, valid slots, and technical specifications of the PIUA (power interface board).
The PIUB board is the power interface unit between the DC power distribution box and each board on the subrack. This section describes the versions, functions, working principle, front panel, configuration, and technical specifications of the PIUB board.

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liqiang185
liqiang185 Admin Created Aug 25, 2019 01:45:38 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hello, I think their power consumption and access capacity are different. Other parameters are the same.

Most of their business processing boards are common to 7500.
[tr]Subrack TypeMaximum Power ConsumptionaFuse CapacityTypical Configuration[/tr][tr]Typical Power ConsumptionTypical Configuration
[/tr]

General OptiX OSN 3500 subrack720 W20 A496 W
  • Two N1SLD64 (S-64.2b, LC) boards
  • Two N2SLQ4 (S-4.1, LC) boards
  • Two N1SLQ16 (L-16.2, LC) boards
  • Two N1SLH1 (S-1.1, LC) boards
  • Four N1OU08 boards
  • Two N2EGT2 boards
  • Two N1PSXCS boards
  • One N4GSCC board
  • One N1AUX board
  • Two N1PIU boards
Enhanced OptiX OSN 3500 subrack1100 W32 A541 W
  • Two N1SL64 (S-64.2b, LC) boards
  • Two N2SLQ4 (S-4.1, LC) boards
  • One N1SLT1 (S-1.1, LC) board
  • Two N1PEG8 boards
  • Two N1PEX2 boards
  • Two N1PETF8 boards
  • Two N2PSXCSA boards
  • One N1AUX board
  • Two N6SCC boards
  • Two N1PIUA boards
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