16 E1 Links (48 E1 Ports), 1+1 Automatic Protection Switching (APS) Equipment
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The VCL-SafeComm, 16 E1 Links (48 E1 Ports), 1+1 Automatic Protection Switching (APS) Equipment may be used to protect upto 16 E1 Links (48 E1 Ports), point-to-point links and provide an alternate communication route to each E1 Link between any two E1 points.
In the event of the failure of the primary (Main) E1 communication route, the VCL-SafeComm, 16 E1 Links (1+1 Automatic Protection Switching Equipment) automatically switches the E1 traffic to a secondary (standby) E1 route. The VCL-SafeComm, 16 E1, 1+1 Automatic Protection Switching equipment is available in a 2U high chassis which may be mounted in any DIN standard,19-Inch rack.
This product allows the user to design 1+1 (protected) redundant E1 routes on similar (fiber-fiber), or complementing (fiber-radio) transmission mediums.
The criterion for switching between the primary (main) and the secondary (protected/standby) routes is user programmable. Criterion for switching between the primary (main) and the secondary (protected/standby) routes may be Loss-Of-Signal on E1 links, or AIS (All-Ones AIS alarm) condition. The criterion for switching time and recovery time between the primary (main) and the secondary (protected/standby) routes is user programmable.
Data transported on the E1 Links is transparent and protocol independent.
|Number of Interfaces||Total 48 E1 interfaces
16 for Main E1 Links
16 for Primary E1 Links
16 for Secondary E1 Links.
|Line Rate||E1 – 2.048 Mbps|
|Bit Rate||2048 Kbps ± 50 ppm|
|Jitter Tolerance||As per ITU-T G.823|
|Output Jitter||< 0.05 UI (in the frequency range of 20 Hz to 100 Khz)|
|Pulse Mask||As per ITU (CCITT) Rec. G.703|
|Nominal Impedance||120 Ohms, balanced|
Security and Password Features
System Access, Control and Management Options:
- CLI Control Interface (HyperTerminal or VT100)
- SNMP V2 Traps (MIB File provided)
- Windows based GUI (Graphical User Interface) for easy configuration, management and access. Ability to monitor multiple units from a single NMS.
OAM: Operation and Management Ports
- RS232 Serial Port
- USB COM Port
- 10/100BaseT Ethernet for remote access.
Security and Protection
- Secured Access via SSH V2
- Password Protection: Password Protection in compliance with the mandatory clauses of the GR-815-CORE-2 specifications for secured access control.
- Logging: Maintains a log of all successful and un-successful attempts.
- Logged information includes the ID and the IP address of the accessing entities.
- Alerts the administrator if the un-successful logging attempts exceed three.
- Security Audit: All access logs for up to 30 days are maintained for security audit purposes.
- Security log entry of any request or activity including that user-ID (including IP address, if applicable), to establish user accountability
- Report Generation / Audit Trail
- Security Administration.
- Operating 0°C to 50°C
- Humidity 5% to 95% non-condens
Management and Monitoring
- RS232 serial, USB serial interfaces for local terminal access.
- 10/100BaseT Ethernet Interface for remote access over an IP network.
- Encrypted Password Protection.
- Telnet – Remote access over IP links.
- SSH – Secured remote access using Secure Shell Protocol over IP links.
- SNMP Traps and NMS for real time remote monitoring and management over an IP network.
- Automatic Link Test feature link testing at user programmable periodical intervals.
- Visual I/O status LED Display.
- Transparent between the two points of the E1 Links.
Management and Control
- Serial Management Port (RS232) - COM Port
- 10/100 BaseT for Remote Management over a LAN
- 10/100 BaseT Telnet over a TCP-IP Network
Specification and Regulation Compliance
- Meets CE requirements
- Complies with FCC, Part 68 and Part 15 subpart A specifications
- Safety - UL 1459 Issue 2
- Command Line Interface (English text commands)
Alarm Contact Closures
- 1 Alarm Relay
- Type - Form "C" relay
|Rack mounting||Standard 19-Inch. DIN Rack|
|Output voltage of AC Adapter||100 - 240 Volt AC|
|Range of input AC voltage||100 V to 240 V AC, 50Hz / 60Hz.|
|System input voltage||7.5 V DC to 9.0 V DC, DC input polarity protection.|
|Maximum full load output current||2.5 A at 7.5 V DC/9.0 V DC|
|Input voltage reversal protection||Provided in the Card|
|Efficiency at full load||>86%|
|Input DC voltage||- 48V DC (nominal)|
|Range of input voltage||- 40V to - 60V DC|
|System voltage||+ 3.3V|
|Input voltage reversal protection||Provided in the Card|
|Short circuit protection||Provided|
|Power Consumption||< 10W|
Modes of Operation
There are three modes in which the VCL-SafeComm E1, 1+1 Automatic Protection Switch can be configured to operate in:
- AUTOMATIC SWITCHING MODE
- EXTERNAL TRIGGER SWITCHING MODE
- MANUAL SWITCHING MODE
AUTOMATIC SWITCHING MODE:
- The VCL-SafeComm E1, 1+1 Automatic Protection Switch can be configured to operate in an AUTOMATIC SWITCHING MODE. In the automatic mode, the switch shall automatically switch and re-route the E1 circuits from the MAIN route to the STANDBY route if there is an AIS or a LOS (LOSS OF SIGNAL) alarm, on the MAIN E1 link route.
- Similarly, in the automatic mode the switch shall automatically switch back and re-route the E1 circuits from the STANDBY route to the MAIN route upon the restoration of the service on the MAIN E1 link route.
- All switching parameters and link restoration parameters are user programmable.
EXTERNAL TRIGGER SWITCHING MODE:
- Sometimes the user wants to switch the E1 circuits between the MAIN route and the STANDBY route when some external event occurs. In the EXTERNAL TRIGGER MODE the user can switch between the MAIN E1 route and the STANDBY E1 route when an external trigger (such as an closed/opened physical contact) is applied to the switch. This feature was added to make it compatible with certain radios equipment suppliers, where they apply an external trigger to switch and re-route the E1 circuits between their main E1 radios and standby E1 radios.
MANUAL SWITCHING MODE:
- In Manual Switching Mode, the user shall use manual Telnet commands to switch the E1 circuits between the MAIN route and the STANDBY route, manually, using Telnet commands. In this mode the AUTOMATIC MODE and the EXTERNALL TRIGGER MODE are both disabled and the manual commands over ride all other modes.
Product Application Note: 8/16 E1/T1 Links (24/48 E1/T1 Ports), 1+1 Automatic Protection Switching Equipment: This equipment is to be used when the customer wants to use two different E1/T1 links of the network to establish a 1+1 redundant path to ensure continued E1/T1 service bewteen two points even if one of the network E1/T1 link fails. Example - the customer may want to use E1/T1 Optical Fiber and an E1/T1 Radio link and to provide an ACTIVE and a STANDBY link between a BSC and a BTS so that when the E1/T1 Optical Fiber (ACTIVE) link goes down the STANBY / REDUNDANT E1/T1 Radio link automatically gets connected to provide continued connectivity and service between the BSC and the BTS.
Product Application Note: The E1/T1 Fail-Over Switch should be used when the customer is using a single E1/T1 link to provide protection equipment to the customers premises by using one E1/T1 ACTIVE and one E1/T1 STANDBY equipment (such as a ROUTER or a PBX). The E1/T1 Failover Switch shall automatically switch the E1/T1 that is being received from the telephone company between the ACTIVE E1/T1 equipment and the STANDBY E1/T1 equipment. Should the ACTIVE E1/T1 equipment go bad or be removed from service, the E1/T1 link from the telephone company automatically gets switched to the STANDBY E1/T1 equipment without any customer or user intervention.
Providing 1+1 alternate paths between any two Transmission mediums (active+standby). e.g:
- Fiber/HDSL etc.
Example: The user may deploy the VCL-SafeComm, 16 E1, 1+1 Automatic Protection Switching Equipment to provide an alternate communication route between an optical fiber link and a radio link between any two points. In the event of the failure of the primary (optical fiber) link the E1 is automatically switched to the alternate route over the E1 radio, thus ensuring maximum uptime on all such 1+1 protected E1 Links.
Once the primary (optical fiber) E1 Link on the optical fiber is restored, the VCL-SafeComm, 16 E1, 1+1 Automatic Protection Switching Equipment automatically restores the communication to the primary (optical fiber) E1 Link. The switching and restoration criterion is user programmable.
|Application # 1
Point-to-Point Application: May be used in a point-to-point configuration to provide 1+1 protected / Alternate Routing Path between any two point, using diverse (or similar) E1 transmission mediums.