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From 1 sample to 45 sets, 76 sets, 200sets, we gradually established a strong trust. The cabinet quality is good and the design is reasonable.
In the past three years, our cooperation is very cheerful, thanks for your company's technical support and patient service, the end user is very satisfied with the quality of outdoor telecom cabinet with cooling. Best wishes to our future cooperation.
The air conditioner have been running for one and a half years. Cooling effective is good. Good after-sale service, and patiently instruct to use and solve technical problems. Environmental monitoring system is also running well, and remote monitoring the cabinet is very convenient.
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ET77100200 Outdoor Telecom Cabinet With Air Conditioner and Heat Exchanger Integrated Unit
The Outdoor Telecom Cabinet is mainly used in communication base station, such as 4G system, communication/network integrated service, access/transmission switching station, emergency communication/transmission, etc.
2. Cabinet Introduction
2.1 Cabinet Material
The cabinet is made of galvanized steel, with double walls, thickness of outer plate: 1.5mm, thickness of inner plate: 0.8mm. There are heat insulation between inner wall and outer wall. The insulation material is 40mm PEF. The cabinet is assembled type.
2.2 Cabinet Structure
The cabinet is equipment cabinet, including 19” equipment installation rack, with air conditioner and heat exchanger integrated unit on cabinet door.
2.3 Cabinet Door and Lock
The cabinet door uses embedded structure. The door opening angle is larger than 110°and the door limit device can limit the opening angle. The lock is theftproof three point lock, supporting padlock. Each cabinet door include open door sensor, working together with the environment monitoring unit.
3.1 The cabinet is dustproof, sunproof and rainproof, which is used in outdoor environment.
3.2 The cabinet cooling uses air conditioner and heat exchanger integrated unit .
3.3 Including -48VDC illumination lamp.
3.4 The cabinet includes power and environment monitoring unit, which can send power failure alarm, door open alarm, temperature and humidity alarm, smoke alarm, water alarm etc.
3.5 The layout of the cabinet is reasonable, which will facilitate cable access, fixing and grounding. At the bottom of the cabinet, there are entrance holes individually for power cable, signal cable and optical cable.
3.6 All the cables, sealing and heat insulation used in the cabinet are made from flame retardant materials.
3.7 The cabinet uses assembled structure, easy for installation.
3.8 The cabinet includes 19” standard installation rack.
5.1 LED lamp, smoke sensor and door sensor are installed at the top of the cabinet.
5.2 Water sensor is installed at the bottom of the cabinet.
6. Wire Routing Design
Feeder cable and other external cables all use bottom wiring method.
7. Grounding Protection
(1) The cabinet includes grounding copper bar with anti-corrosion coating. There are enough screws for wiring connection terminals.
(2) The metal part of the cabinet should be interconnected and be connected with grounding bar. Connection resistance between any two points is lower than 0.1Ω.
(3) Protective earthing of other equipments inside the cabinet should be connected to the grounding bar.
8. Theft Proof Design
8.1 Door lock theft proof design
(1) Damage resistance of the theft proof lock meets GA/T 73-1994 “Mechanical Anti-theft Lock” class B requirement, supporting padlock.
(2) Three point lock
8.2 Connection and Fastening
(1) Use anti-loose threaded connection as structure and bearer connection. Anchor bolt for fixing cabinet use hot dip galvanized bolts.
(2) Door hinges use inner hinge mode.
8.3 Appearance and Surface Treatment
Cabinet surface coating is outdoor special powder coating, with white gray color (PANTONE 428C). The coating complies with GB/T 3181-2008 requirement.
9. Cabinet Installation
9.1 Position of installation holes at cabinet base are as follows:
9.2Users prefabricate concrete base.
9.3 Pre-embed 4pcs M10×120 anchor bolts on the concrete base. Distance between bolts are as that in diagram 1. Bolt exposed height is 40mm. Put the cabinet on the concrete base, align anchor bolts, then screw on nuts, and tighten them with wrench.
9.4 According to site situation, put the cabinet on the concrete base with forklift, crane or manually, and fix it on the concrete base with bolts.
10. PDU Principle Diagram
10.1 PDU AC input voltage: 200 - 240VAC, DC input voltage: 45-56VDC.
10.2 AC MCB 63A/2P: Model: DZ47-63; Specs: 400VAC, GB10963.1, 3000A.
AC MCB 16A/1P: Model: DZ47-63; Specs: 230/400VAC, GB10963.1, 3000A.
DC MCB 16A/1P: Model: DZ47-63; Specs: 250VDC, GB10963.2, 3000A.
11. Air Conditioner and Heat Exchanger Integrated Unit
See the Annex 1 “KR06-150JSH/01 Manual”.
12. Environment Monitoring System
See the “SM2400 Manual” and “Sensors Specs”.
13. Packing, Transport and Storage
The cabinet packing is wooden case in compliance with GB3873-83, damp proof and shock proof. The outside of the packing is painted with damp proof sign, shock proof sign, direction sign, etc.
The cabinet can be transported by various transportation ways. During the transportation, the environment temperature should be -40°C~+70°C, the relative humidity should be ≤90%(at +30°C). There should be a awning to prevent the product from rain and sunshine. Loading, unloading and moving of the product should be carried according to the transportation signs painted on the packing.
In the warehouse, the acid gas, Alkaline gas or other harmful gas should comply with the environment protection requirement. Storage temperature: -5°C~45°C, relative humidity≤75%.