The CHP Max5000 offers 13 module slots in a 2RU chassis, providing 10 module slots for application modules, 2 for isolated redundant power supplies, and 1 for a local or remote management module. The high speed backplane supports data communication in gigabit EPON applications. A high speed shelf interconnect option with a 100 BaseT Ethernet connection provides daisy chaining capability for multiple chassis. Front or rear fiber connection options provide flexibility in installation and maintenance.
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CHP Max5000 isolated, load-sharing, redundant power supplies are efficient, switched mode modules that accept either AC or DC input. One power supply supports a completely loaded chassis, while two offer power redundancy that eliminates service interruption if one power supply or line-in feed service fails.
Universal management is provided through the Craft interface, SNMP with HMS, or remote IP access via a Craft Management Module (CMM) or System Management Module (SMM).
CHP Max5000 Chassis
The CHP Max5000 (2RU) chassis fits into a 19-inch or 2 3-inch rack that holds 10 single-width application modules, and routes power and element management signals. An optional bracket kit is available. Each chassis requires one power supply module and accepts a second for redundancy. The high speed backplane supports data communication in gigabit EPON applications. A high speed shelf interconnect option with a100 BaseT Ethernet connection provides daisy chaining capability for multiple chassis.
Modules slide into the chassis from the front of the rack with either front or rear optical connections. Separate interfaces built into the back panel of each chassis provide power and data communications to/from installed application modules. Universal slots accept the plug-in application modules in virtually any combination to accommodate a variety of service delivery requirements.
CHP Max5000 Power Supply
The CHP Max5000 switched-mode AC power supplies accepts AC input from 85 to 264 VAC (47 to 63 Hz) and provides DC voltages to drive application modules. Each chassis accepts a second backup AC power supply for load sharing and redundancy. The power supplies are fully isolated, which eliminates a single point of power failure.
The CHP Max5000 switched-mode DC power supplies, mode accepts DC input from –72 to –36 VDC and produces 246 W or 475 W to power a fully-loaded chassis of application modules. Each chassis accepts a second backup DC power supply for load sharing and redundancy. These power supplies are fully isolated,, eliminating a single point of power failure.
CHP power supplies are located on the far right side of the chassis behind the Craft Management Module (CMM) or System Management Module (SMM). Isolated outputs allow the primary and redundant supplies to operate in a power-sharing configuration. Should the primary power source fail, a second powers supply provides all necessary DC power.
CHP Max5000 Management Modules
The CHP Max5000 Craft Management Module (CMM) offers local monitoring and configuration along with a provided PC compatible graphical user interface (GUI). The CHP Max5000 GUI simplifies system installation, provides monitoring on easy to read screens and displays all critical module information to assist in operational management. A complete equipment manual is also included in the Craft Management Software (CMS) bundle for access on a PC with compatible Windows® operating systems.
The System Management Module (SMM) offers all the functionality of the CMM plus remote management using SNMP with HMS-compliant MIBs through the Ethernet interface for use with an external element manager. The SMM also provides remote access to the CMM interface using an IP connection through the Ethernet interface from the remote GUI software without requiring the capital expenditure of SNMP element manager. The chassis can then be daisy-chained and an Ethernet connection used to program, provision, monitor, and manage the CHP Max5000 equipment via an SNMP element manager. Managing more than 10 chassis is accomplished by using a 10baseT Ethernet hub or switch between the Remote Management System and the chassis containing the SMM module.