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PSD 0801

8 wire pairs power/ VDSL diplexer

for the Remote Powering System RPS 1600

Powerful

Smart

Efficient

The PSD 0801 is an 8 channel (8wp) RFT-C remote power / xDSL combiner and splitter (diplexer) in one unit. With the help of this device not only free copper pairs could be used for remote feeding but also such lines, where already a VDSL2 or ADSL2/2+ service is operating on it. By using this device, the CAPEX costs for FTTx or mobile site deployments could be further reduced as the fiber line for broadband access of these nodes becomes obsolete when using single or bonded VDSL2 lines (e.g. using BIG28 product) connected to a standard DSLAM. The diplexer can be co-installed with PSC1600 / PSC 08xx and PSR 083x unit and do supports VDSL2 signals up to profile 30A (up to 100 Mbit/s transmission speed).

Performance

  • 8 port remote power/ xDSL diplexer
  • RFT-C feeding voltage support of 140 – 380 V DC
  • Support of VDSL2 up to profile 30A
  • Support of CO and remote site application

 

Interfaces

  • 8x remote power (RFT-C) IN; max. 400 V DC / 60 mA
  • 8x remote power/ xDSL OUT incl. primary protection
  • 8x xDSL lines (IN/OUT; FCI connector 48-pole)

 

System Integration

  • Required components: PSC 1600 / PSC 08xx / PSR 083x
  • Small footprint (W x D x H): 222 mm x 235 mm x 45 mm
  • IP20 ingress protection
  • Surge protection acc. to ITU-T K.45
  • Provided for rack mounting

APPLICATIONS:

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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