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ADCP-50-404• Issue 2 • November 1998

 

 

DMPS-10CEPower Supply

 

 

User Manual

Content

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Revision History .......................................................................

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Admonishments .......................................................................

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GENERAL............................................................................

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2.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION .................................................................

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2.1 DMPS-10CE Power Supply (Basic) ......................................................

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3.

DMPS-10EXP/CE EXPANSION MODULE ........................................................

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4.

SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................

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5.

OUTPUT CABLE ASSIGNMENTS .............................................................

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6.

INSTALLATION ........................................................................

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6.1 DMPS-10CE Power Supply Installation ....................................................

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7.

DMPS-10EXP/CE EXPANSION MODULE INSTALLATION .............................................

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8.

POWER-UP OF THE DMPS-10CE POWER SUPPLY .................................................

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9.

REPLACING THE LINE FUSE ...............................................................

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10.

CUSTOMER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE ...................................................

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Revision History

ISSUE

DATE

REASON FOR CHANGE

Issue 1

06/96

Original

Issue 2

11/98

Update Customer Information and Assistance section.

Admonishments

Important safety admonishments are used throughout this manual to warn of possible hazards to persons or equipment. An admonishment identifies a possible hazard and then explains what may happen if the hazard is not avoided. The admonishments — in the form of Dangers, Warnings, and Cautions — must be followed at all times. These warnings ar e flagged by use of the triangular safety icon (seen below), and are listed in descending order of severity of injury or damage and likelihood of occurrence.

Danger: Danger is used to indicate the presence of a hazard whichwill cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the hazard is not avoided.

Warning: Warning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard thatcan cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the hazard is not avoided.

Caution: Caution is used to indicate the presence of a hazard thatwill orcan cause minor personal injury or property damage if the hazard is not avoided.

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1. GENERAL

The DMPS-10CEPower Supply, as shown inFigure 1, is a rack mounted power supply providing +5, +12, and–12Volts dc. It is expandable (with the basic power suppl y and up to threeDMPS-10EXP/CEexpansion modules) to a total of four dc power sources each providing + 5, + 12 and–12volts.

DMPS-10CEPOWER SUPPLY

DC OUT 4

DC OUT 3

DC OUT 2

DC OUT 1

AC

8257-A

Figure 1. DMPS-10CEPower Supply

The power supply including the basic unit measures 3.5 19 11 inches (8.9 48.3 27.94 cm). Each DMPS-l0EXP/CEexpansion module measures 3.5 3.9 9.22 inches (8.9 9.91 23.5 cm) and fits into the basic power supply.

The DMPS-10CEhas EN 60950 classification for use in Europe.

2. DETAILED DESCRIPTION

2.1 DMPS-10CEPower Supply (Basic)

The DMPS-10CEpower supply is designed for the ADC Telecommunications PatchSwitch system but will work well with other applications. It will operate with any input voltage between 190 and 240 volts ac and any frequency between 48 and 62 Hz. Manual adjustments are not necessary. Only one ac input is necessary per shelf for up to four dc power sources (the basic unit plus three expansion modules).

Input ac power is supplied via a six-foot,three-conductorpower cord equipped with a standard three prong with ground plug on one end and a special IEC3-pinconnector on the other. The special IEC3-pinconnector plugs into the back of the basicDMPS-l0CEpower supply. Fuses are installed at the factory as described in“Power-Upof theDMPS-l0CEPower Supply” section, page 6 of this manual.

There are four LED indicator lights on the front of the unit to indicate whether the power supply and expansion modules are operating. The right-mostLED (marked “DC OUT 1”) is for the basic unit. Each of the three others (marked DC OUT 2, 3 & 4) displays the condition of the expansion modules.

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3. DMPS-10EXP/CEEXPANSION MODULE

The DMPS-l0EXP/CEExpansion Module, as shown inFigure 2, is designed to be installed into theDMPS-10CEBasic Power Supply as dc power requirements expand at an installation. The expansion module receives ac power from the basic shelf and is a completely selfcontained power supply in all other respects.

Up to three expansion modules can be mounted into the DMPS-l0CEPower Supply shelf. The shelf requires a single ac power source (190 to 240 Vac, 48 to 62 Hz) to deliver up to 4 dc outputs (via9-pincable connectors), each output supplying +5 Vdc, +12 Vdc and–12 Vdc. Any input voltage between 190 and 240 volts ac can be accommodated without adjustment to the power supply.

Outputs available from each of the modules (basic plus expansion modules) are +5 Vdc at up to 4.5 Amps, +12 Vdc at up to 1.0 Amp, and –12Vdc at up to 0.5 Amp.

Regulation is maintained on the respective voltages, keeping them constant to the tolerances shown for the given current ranges:

+5 Vdc ± 5.0% for 0 to 4.5 Amps

+12 Vdc ± 10% for 0 to 1.0 Amps

–12Vdc ± 10% for 0 to 0.5 Amps

J2

J3

J4

E1

 

 

J1

8258-A

Figure 2. DMPS-10EXP/CEExpansion Module

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Ripple voltage* is held to the following limits:

+5 Vdc, at or below 50 Millivolts, Peak-to-Peak+12 Vdc, at or below 120 Millivolts,Peak-to-Peak–12Vdc, at or below 120 Millivolts,Peak-to-Peak

*Measured with a device having a 50 MHz bandwidth.

4.SPECIFICATIONS

PARAMETER

SPECIFICATION

 

 

Input

 

Voltage

190/240 Vac

Current

2 Amps Maximum (4 Modules)

Frequency

48 to 62 Hz

Fusing (On rear of basic unit)

220 Vac: 4-Amp,Dual, Time Delay

 

 

Output Each Module

 

Voltage

+5 Vdc ± 5%

 

+12 Vdc ± 10%

 

–12Vdc ± 10%

Current

4.5 Amp DC Max. @ +5 V

 

1.0 Amp DC Max. @ +12 V

 

0.5 Amp DC Max. @ –12V

 

 

Physical

 

Chassis

3.5 19 11 inches (8.9 48.3 27.94 cm)

Expansion Module

3.5 3.9 9.22 inches (8.9 9.91 23.5 cm)

 

 

Environmental

 

Operating Temperature

0 to 50 C (32 to 122 F)

Storage Temperature

–40to +70 C(–40to 158 F)

Operating Humidity

10 to 80% non-condensing

Storage Humidity

5 to 90% non-condensing

Electromagnetic Compatibility

Meets CISPR22 Class B radiated and conducted emissions.

 

 

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5. OUTPUT CABLE ASSIGNMENTS

Output from the DMPS-l0CEPower Supply is delivered via a 6 foot, 16 gauge cable, terminated in a9-pinconnector. Pin assignments on the connector are as follows:

Pin 1

+5

Volts

Pin 6

Earth Ground

Pin 2

— +5

Volts

Pin 7

— Common Ground for +5 and ± 12 V

Pin 3

— +12 Volts

Pin 8

— Common Ground for +5 and ± 12 V

Pin 4

No Connection

Pin 9

–12Volts

Pin 5 — No Connection

See Figure 3 for sketch of the9-pinconnector.

 

3

 

6

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

8

1

7

 

4

4555-A

Figure 3. 9-PinConnector

6. INSTALLATION

6.1 DMPS-10CEPower Supply Installation

Remove each item from its shipping container and inspect the units for signs of damage. If there are any damaged or missing parts, immediately file a claim with the commercial common carrier or its agent, and notify ADC Telecommunications, Inc.

Normally, the ADC DMPS-10CEPower Supply is shipped with the standard single power unit installed. AdditionalDMPS-10EXP/CEexpansion modules are shipped in separate containers. Occasionally, a power supply may be shipped with expansion modules installed. In either case, installation of the power supply involves positioning the unit in the desired rack space, near an ac utility outlet, and securing it with the mounting hardware normally used on the mounting rack.

Note: TheDMPS-10CEPower Supply requires air for convection cooling. Air holes in the top cover and bottom cover allow air to flow through the power supply chassis. For this reason, be sure to mount theDMPS-10CEPower Supply in such a fashion as to leave at least half of the top and bottom surfaces open to air movement.

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7. DMPS-10EXP/CEEXPANSION MODULE INSTALLATION

Remove the DMPS-10EXP/CEexpansion module from its shipping container and inspect it for signs of damage or missing parts. If there are any damaged or missing parts, immediately file a claim with the common carrier or its agent, and notify ADC Telecommunications, Inc.

Notice the connector plug on the front of the expansion module and also notice the one extralong pin on the plug. This pin is for chassis ground, and is extra long to assure that the ground connection is made first and broken last for your protection when installing or removing the unit.

Caution: It is recommended that the expansion module not be installed or removed while power is connected to the power supply shelf.

Proceed with the installation as follows:

(a)Set the ac switch at the front of the power supply to off (down position), and unplug the power cord of the supply from its ac utility outlet.

(b)Remove and dispose of one of the four by four inch metal covers on the back of the power supply by taking off the two screws holding it in place. Save the screws for use in step (e) below.

(c)Notice the crimped sheet metal slots to the left hand side on the base of the power supply shelf. The left-handside of the “U” shaped base of the expansion module must slide into these slots.

(d)Holding the expansion module with the “U” shaped base down an d the 5-pinconnector plug forward, slide the module into the power supply, as shown inFigure 4, until the connector pins engage the connector socket on the forward edge of the power supply. Push in firmly to ensure proper connection of all pins in the plug.

CAUTION

ATTTENTION

CAUTION

ATTENTION

MODEL

 

VOLTS

 

HERTZ

 

DATE

AMPS

VOLTSOUTPUT

CODE

 

 

PH

 

RU

 

AMPS

 

CAT#

 

S/N

 

â

 

INMADE

 

USA

DATE

CODE

POLE DOUBLE CAUTION: FUSING NEUTRAL

250V

4A T

8270-A

Figure 4. DMPS-10EXP/CE Module Installation

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(e)Install the two screws removed in step (b) above to hold the expansion module in place.

(f)Connect the output power cable to the unit requiring the dc power. Pin assign-mentson the cable connector are defined earlier in this manual.

Note: It is recommended that theDMPS-10CEPower Supply or theDMPS-10EXP/CEexpansion modules be connected to a load before ac power is applied.

8. POWER-UPOF THEDMPS-10CEPOWER SUPPLY

The DMPS-10CEPower Supply has dualpanel-mountfuse holders (located on the rear) to provide over current protection in each leg of the ac input source. As shipped, the power supply is fused with two4-amp,time-delayfuses. To power theDMPS-10CEpower supply proceed as follows:

(a)Turn the power switch located on the front panel to the OFF (“0”) position.

(b)Connect the 220 Vac power cord provided to the power supply shelf.

(c)Cut the plug off the other end of the power cord. Replace the plug with a plug that matches your utility outlet.

(d)Connect the other end of the power cord to the utility outlet.

(e)Set the ac switch at the front of the DMPS-10CEPower Supply to the on (“I”) position.

(f)Verify that power LED is lit on the front of the power supply for the basic power supply and any expansion modules installed.

9.REPLACING THE LINE FUSE

The line fuses are located in dual panel-mountfuse holders on the back of the unit. To replace a line fuse/fuses:

(a)Set the ac switch to OFF (“0”) position.

(b)Remove the line cord from its utility outlet.

(c)Disconnect the line cord from the socket in back of the DMPS-10CEPower Supply.

(d)Turn fuse holder carrier in a counter-clockwisedirection and remove fuse carrier from fuse holder. Fuse location is shown inFigure 5.

(e)Use an Ohm meter to check fuses for opens.

(f)Replace the bad fuse/fuses and reinsert the fuse carrier back into its socket. Turn fuse carrier clockwise until fully seated.

(g)Repeat Steps d – f for the other fuse.

(h)Reconnect the power cord to the Power Supply and its utility outlet.

(i)Set the ac switch to ON (“ I”) position.

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UTION

TENTION

CAUTION

ATTENTION

MODEL

 

VOLTS

 

HERTZ

 

DATE

AMPS

OUTPUT

CODE

 

VOLTS

PH

 

R

 

U

 

AMPS

 

CAT

 

#

 

S/N

 

â

 

INMADE

 

USA

DATE

CODE

POLE DOUBLE CAUTION: FUSING NEUTRAL

250V

4A

T

 

 

FUSES

8271-A

Figure 5. DMPS-10CEFuse Location

10. CUSTOMER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE

For customers wanting information on ADC products or help in using them, ADC offers the services listed below. To obtain any of these services by telephone, first dial the central ADC telephone number, then dial the extension provided below.

The central number for calls originating in the U.S.A. or Canada is 1-800-366-3891.For calls originating outside the U.S.A. or Canada, dial country code “1” then dial612-946-3000.

Sales Assistance

Quotation Proposals

Extension 3000

Ordering and Delivery

 

General Product Information

 

 

 

Systems Integration

Complete Solutions (from Concept to Installation)

Extension 3000

Network Design and Integration Testing

 

• System Turn-Upand Testing

 

• Network Monitoring (Upstream or Downstream)

 

• Power Monitoring and Remote Surveillance

 

Service/Maintenance Agreements

 

Systems Operation

 

 

 

BBG Technical Assistance Center

Technical Information

Extension 3223

System/Network Configuration

E-Mail:technical@adc.com

Product Specification and Application

 

• Training (Product-Specific)

 

• Installation and Operation Assistance

 

• Troubleshooting and Repair/Field Assistance

 

 

 

Product Return Department

ADC Return Authorization number and instructions

Extension 3748

 

must be obtained before returning products.

E-Mail:repair&return@adc.com

 

 

 

 

 

Product information may also be obtained using the ADC web site at www.adc.com or by writing ADC Telecommunications, Inc., P.O. Box 1101, Minneapolis, MN55440-1101,U.S.A.

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Contents herein are current as of the date of publication. ADC reserves the right to change the contents without prior notice. In no event shall ADC be liable for any damages resulting from loss of data, loss of use, or loss of profits and ADC further disclaims any and all liability for indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other similar damages. This disclaimer of liability applies to all products, publications and services during and after the warranty period.

This publication may be verified at any time by contacting ADC’s Technical Assistance Center at 1-800-366-3891,extension 3223 (in U.S.A. or Canada) or612-946-3223(outside U.S.A. and Canada), or by writing to ADC Telecommunications, Inc., Attn: Technical Assistance Center, Mail Station #77, P.O. Box 1101, Minneapolis, MN55440-1101,U.S.A.

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All Rights Reserved

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