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PSC 0810

All-in-one 8 Wire Pairs Upconverter

incl. 8 channel VDSL diplexer for the Remote Powering System RPS 1600




The PSC 0810 is a very smart all-in-one device of the Remote Power System RPS 1600, which combines in itself the functions of the PSC 0800 (Power Source Central unit, 8 lines) and the PSD 0801 (8-channel VDSL diplexer). It’s specially designed to meet remote powering application from an outdoor shelter, where only limited space is given and where the copper network behind is almost loaded with DSL lines which now could be used as well for remote powering.


  • Power output: ≤ 120 W (8 lines)
  • Up to 22 W* output power per line (ca. 15 W in 5 km range**)
  • RFT-C feeding voltage: 140 – 380 V DC (factory setting)
  • RFT-C feeding current: ≤ 59 mA DC
  • 48 V / 60 V DC In



  • Southbound interface: RS485
  • Northbound interface: RS485 (local Master/Slave interface)
  • External alarm interface (dry contacts)
  • 8x remote power/ xDSL OUT incl. primary protection
  • 8x xDSL lines (IN/OUT; FCI connector 48-pole)


System Integration

  • Required components at remote site: PSR 04xx / PSR 08xx& PSD 080x
  • Integrated 8-port diplexer incl. VDSL2 35B support
  • Optional: Network management system MetroIntegrator via PSC 0811 or PSC 0801
  • Local management interface daisy chained up to 253 PSC units
  • Very high safety due to detection of correct power sink (PSR unit), short / open loops, overload, unbalance on the wire pairs etc.
  • Small footprint (W x D x H): 355 mm x 236 mm x 66 mm
  • Very high density: up 27 PSC 0810 units per ETSI N3 rack (= 216 feeding ports)
  • Enhanced operational temperature range up to -25°C


* PSC output power set to 380VDC
**assumed parameters: diameter of copper wire = 0.4 mm; wire resistance <1,500Ω


FTTC – Feeding of active components in street cabinets from central office site, e.g. micro-DSLAMs, VDSL2-ONU

FTTB/H – Feeding of active components in buildings from central offices or street cabinets, e.g. micro-DSLAMs, ONU (Eth or VDSL out), fibre switches

Mobile nodes – Providing remote power for small cell nodes for 4G / 5G networks (eNodeB)

Power resilience for critical telecommunication applications, e.g. emergency lines, monitoring systems, CCTV

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