SDH/SONET Integrated Multi-Services Access Platform
Loop-O9500 SDH/SONET IMAP
- 6U height, full front access (ETSI) shelf
- TM, ADM and DCS (full cross-connect) at DS0, VC11, VC12, VC3, VC4
- Dual STM-1/4 (OC-3/12) Optical Ring Uplinks, M13 multiplexing
- Hot-swappable modules
- Tributary Modules (See detailed specs for wide interface asssortment)
- High-Speed or High Density access (HS)
- Low-Speed access tributary modules (LS)
- Power Modules
- 48Vdc Module, Dual Power (1+1 Protection
- Protection Scheme
E1/T1: Card, Port, Line
B155/622: MSP, SNCP/UPSR
- Cross-connect Unit (XCU) protection
- MSP, SNCP/UPSR
- External/Internal/Line timing source with SSM
- Ethernet supports GFP, LAPS, VCAT, LCAS and non-LCAS
- Full switched Ethernet capability on EoS with build-in L2 switch card TDMoE bridges the gap between traditional TDM and IP
- Ethernet Order Wire (EOW) using VoIP technology
- Alarm suppression, masking and report
- Management: Console port (VT100 menu-driven), SNMP Port, Telnet
Centralized management with Loopâ€™s EMS/iNMS
over DCC channel
LoopView GUI EMS
TMN management(Loop-iNMS) with full FCAPS
and end-to-end circuit management
- IEEE 1613 certification... designed for use in electric substations.
- Loop 8DBRA card inteface allows commonly used oversampling SCADA broadcast network
- RoHS compliant
- DS0 mapping with DCB's award-winning MAP95 graphical mapping software!
Typical Application, Click to Enlarge
The Loop-O9500 SDH/SONET IMAP (Integrated Multi-Services Access Platform) is an economical STM-1/4 (OC-3/12) access multiplexer designed to provide integrated access to STM-1/4 (OC-3/12) optical lines through either a non-blocking VC11/VC12/VC3/VC4 cross-connect with HS modules or through an additional non-blocking DS0 cross-connect fabric with LS modules.
The 6U shelf supports:
- 4 HS tributary module slots
- 6 LS tributary module slots
With up to 4 aggregate optical STM-1/4 (OC-3/12) or 4 aggregate electrical STM-1/OC-3 line interfaces, the Loop-O9500 SDH/SONET IMAP offers service providers a versatile protection scheme including SNCP(UPSR) and MSP(1+1) protection for both ring and linear network topology. The O9500 can work with the Loop-O9100 and Loop-O9400 in the same topology.
The non-blocking VC11/VC12/VC3/VC4 cross-connect capability on High Speed (HS) is up to 20 VC4.The HS tributary modules include optical STM-1/4 (OC-3/12), E3/T3, E1/T1 interfaces and Fast Ethernet over STM-1/4 (OC-3/12). Fast Ethernet signals are mapped onto STM payload through standard techniques GFP, LAPS, VCAT, LCAS, and non-LCAS. These HS modules are identical to those used in the rack version of the Loop-O9400.
The uplink non-blocking DS0 cross-connect to HS is up to 21 E1 or 28 T1. The non-blocking DS0 cross-connect capability on Low Speed (LS) is up to 768 DS0. Through a full non-blocking DS0 cross-connect and together can act as a mini DACS. The modules include variety of TDM, IP, and voice interfaces detailed on next page. All LS modules are identical to those used in rack version of the Loop-AM3440.
All interfaces are fully compliant with the relevant ETSI standards and ITU recommendations. The O9500 SDH/SONET IMAP provides full Operation, Administration, Maintenance and Provisioning (OAM&P) functionality.
Users can easily operate the O9500 locally or remotely for centralized management with LoopView (EMS) and Loop-iNMS (integrated NMS).
For detailed information on the many interface cards available for this product, please click here to download the 26 page printable data sheet.
High Speed or High Density Tributary Modules
Max. Number of Aggregate Lines
4 STM-1/4 (OC-3/12) aggregate optical lines or
4 STM-1 (OC-3) aggregate electrical lines
Max. Number of Tributary Lines
- 4 STM-4 (OC-12) tributaries without protection
- 8 STM-1 (OC3) tributaries without protection
- 12 E3/T3 tributaries without protection
- 252 E1/T1 tributaries without protection
- 4 GbE +32 FE EoS with build in L2 switch tributaries without protection
- 4 GbE or 32 FE EoS without build in L2 switch tributaries without protection
SFP Module Characteristics
Dual Uni-directional fiber at 1310n m or 1550nm, LC Connectors, distance from 2 Km to 240Km
Electrical 155Mbps, Mini-BNC, 100m distance
SFP Optical modules with single bi-directional fiber 155M, 1310/1550nm, LC connector from 10 to 200 Km
SFP Optical module, Dual uni-directional or single bi-directional fiber, 622M ~1.25G, 1310 or 1550nm, LC, 10Km to 200Km
Voice Gatway: SIP, G.711, G.726, G.729A, G.723.1, G.165, G.168, RJ-45 10BaseT, RJ-11 FXS
Fast Ethernet Interface 10/100Mbps RJ45
Gigabit Ethernet Interface 10/100/1000Mbps, RJ45
Low Speed Tributary Modules
Network Line Interface -4E1
Network Line INterface -4T1
Network Line Interface - 3E1
G.shdsl Line Interface (2GH/4GH) 2 or 4 ports
DTE(X.21/V.11) Interface (6X21A)
DTE(V.35/V.36) Interface (6V35A/6V36A)
DTE (EIA530/RS449) Interface (6 EIA530A/6?RS449A)
C37.94 Interfade (1/4C37)
Dry Contact I/O card (3DC)
Dry Contact Type B Interface
Co-directional (G.703) card
Router-B Interface (RTB) 8 LAN ports, max 64 WAN ports
DTE(RS2320X.50 mux, 8-port) Interace (RS232/V.24)
Voice Card- 8E&M
Voice Card - 12 MAG (Magneto)
Voice Card (12FXS, 12FXO, 24 FXS, 24 FXO)
Conference Card (FXS, E&M, RS0232)
-48Vdc (-36 to -72 Vdc), 240 watts
Physical and Environmental
Dimension for 6U: 433mm x 264mm x 223.5mm (W/H/D)
Desk-top stackable, 19/23 inch rack mountable, wall mountable
EN55022 Class A, EN50024
FCC Part 15 Class A
IEC60950-1, IEC 61850-3, IEE 1613 (The magento card does not support IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613)
G.707, G.7041, G.7042, G.775, G.783, G.806, G.823, G.747, X.86, G.664
802.1q (VLAN), 802.1w (RSTP), 802.1s(MSTP), 802.1ad (stack VLAN),
802.3x (flow control), 802.1p (QoS)
Typical Front Panel
These application notes cover many aspects of Integrated Access Multiplexer applications. While some are specific to particular products, many are applicable to most any of our channel bank, IAD, or TDM aggregation products. The principles are the same.
We invest a great deal of time and effort creating tools like these to assist our customers, so most are available only to DCB customers. If you are one of our customers and don't have the required customer access password, please contact your sales representative to obtain your free password.
- AM3440 E&M Operational Summary
- The actual operation of E&M signaling leads is poorly understood by many technicians and engineers. This is a summary of how the AM3440 E&M interfaces operate for Type 1,2,3,4, and 5 E&M configurations. Included are RJ45 E&M Pinouts and descriptions for A-side and B-side installations. Download the note in PDF format.
- Propagation Delay Through An IAM.
- A short description of the propagation delays encountered with integrated access multiplexers. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring Loop C37.94 cards for the AM3440 and O-9500 IAD
- The Loop C37.94 card is available with a single duplex port or four duplex ports. This paper demonstrates how to configure mode, bandwidth, ALS, and mapping features. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring Loop IADs for RADIUS and syslog
- The Loop AM3440, IP6510-LN, and V4150 incorporate RADIUS authentication and authorization, as well as
logging capabilities. This paper demonstrates how to configure those features. Download the note in PDF format.
- Async Serial Multi-Vendor Channel Bank Compability
- An analysis of how to achieve asynchronous serial port compability between different vendor's channel banks. Download the note in PDF format.
- Voice Pass-through with Loop Products
- A question about pass through voice DS-0 circuits was recently raised. Loop product mapping provides a choice of "d" for data or "v" for voice to be designated for each DS-0. FXS, FXO and E&M circuits must all be set to "v" for voice. If a DS-0 carrying voice passes in and out of a T1 as a pass through, must this be set to "v" for voice? The answer is "yes". See this paper for details on setting a pass through DS-0 to "v" for voice and for verifying the setting. Download the note in PDF format.
Mapping between O-9500 T3-M13 and E&M Interfaces Detailed instructions on the procedure for mapping an E&M interface to a T3-M13 interface on the Loop O9500 integrated ulti-services access platform.
- Singaling Bits Definitions on Voice Modules
- A short description of the issues encountered with T1 or E1 CAS (channel associated signaling) bits. Download the note in PDF format.
- 1:N Protection Quick Guide
Quick Guide covering 1:N Protection using the V4150 Relay Protection Shelf. Download the note in PDF format.
Application notes specific to the Loop AM-3440, its configuration, and interface cards. Note that many of these interface and tributary cards are used on other products as well:
- Configuring ULSR T1s and Clocking with External Stratum 1
- This is an example procedure used to configure ULSR T1s and clocking from external Stratum 1 clocking sources with the AM3440. Download the note in PDF format.
- AM3440 Alarm Reporting
- AM3440 alarms can be reported via the Alarm Relay contacts located on the controller card or as SNMP messages output via the Ethernet Port on the controller card. Here's how to do it.Download the note in PDF format.
- Upgrading AM3440 firmware using Map34
- Upgrading AM3440 firmware can be a daunting task the first time. Using DCB's Map34 software makes it much less intimidating. This paper by one of our engineers demonstrates how to accomplish the upgrade by following step-by-step instructions.Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the AM3440 for RADIUS and syslog
- Some Loop Telecom products incorporate RADIUS authentication and authorization, as well as
logging capabilities. This paper demonstrates how to configure those features on the AM3440,
IP6510-LN, and V4150 models. Download the note in PDF format.
- AM3440 Router Card Comparision Guide
- This is a short note detailing the similarities and differences between the Loop RT, RTA, and RTB router cards used in the AM3440. Download the note in PDF format.
- Mapping - A Quick Start Guide
- This is a "cheat sheet" with information that helps you get started mapping the AM-3440. These DACS have lots of flexibility and these hints will save you time getting them configured. Download the note in PDF format.
- AM3440 Firmware Change affecting Login credentials
- This is a short discussing an AM3440 firmware change starting with controller version 8.24.x. Login now now has two levels with associated passwords. Download the note in PDF format.
- Replacing a redundant controller.
- If an AM3440 with redundant controllers has a loss of one of the controllers, it is a simple procedure
to replace the failed controller. Just install the new controller in place of the failed controller in a hot swap procedure. No need to power down the system to replace
a failed controller. This note discusses how to manage differing firmware versions in this situation.Downlaoad the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the AM3440 RT card
- This is a short example procedure showing how to configure the AM3440 RT card for bridge mode. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the Router B Card with all 8 ports as a switch - How-To
- This is an example procedure showing how to configure the AM3440 RTB card to use all 8 ports as an ethernet switch. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the RTA or RTB Router Cards for bridging. A simple, quick How-To guide
- This is a short example procedure showing how to configure the AM3440 Router B card with all 8 ports in switch mode. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the RTA Router Cards for static Routing with multiple route destinations. A simple, quick How-To guide on configuring three remote destination routes.
- Configuring the AM3440 RT Card for Bridge Mode - How-To
- This is a short example procedure showing how to configure the AM3440 RT card for bridge mode. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the AM3440 Router B Card for Combined Bridge and Router Mode - How-To
- This is a short example procedure showing how to configure the AM3440 Router B card for combined route and bridge mode. Download the note in PDF format.
- Mapping - AM-3440 to AM-3440 Sample maping and Loopback Test using FOM Cards
- This is an example procedure mapping with information that helps you get started mapping the AM-3440. This exmaple illustrates mapping and a loop back test to verify correct operation. These DACS have lots of flexibility and these hints will save you time getting them configured. Download the note in PDF format.
- AM3440 Firmware Updating for Dual Controller Installations
- The procedure for updating firmware in an AM-3440 having dual controller cards may be daunting. This paper details a straight forward method for that procedure. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the AM3440 T1 Loopbacks
- A "cheat sheet" illustrates how to set up the T1 ports to allow the local and remote loopback commands to function. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the AM3440 Terminal server Card
- A "cheat sheet" illustrating how to configure the Terminal Server card for access via a remote AM3440 router card. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the AM3440 for In Band management using Point to Point and Multiple Locations
- A "cheat sheet" illustrating how to configure the in-band management for the AM3440. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the 8DBRA card for the AM3440 and V4200.
- A "cheat sheet" illustrating how to configure the 8DBRA card. These cards are often used for utility customer SCADA networking by oversampling 9600bps asynchronous data. Download the note in PDF format.
- Configuring the 8DBRA card to present RS232 data on a single incoming DS0 duplicated on 3 of the RS232 ports on a local 8DBRA card.
- This application is typically used for SCADA where multiple devices are polled from the same host port and the data arrives for all three devices over a single DS0. Download the note in PDF format.