The original E r1 and EC r1 units support line powering today, but on a dedicated group of line power pairs only. However the new "r2" E3 units expand on the capability by a adding support for copper trunking using multi-pair bonding of up to 8 copper pairs, and b combining the copper uplink function onto the same pairs as the line power supply. This capability reduces the cost of deploying short loop VDSL2 services in the outside plant by remote powering a location and by reusing existing copper pairs to that site as the copper trunk. Line powering eliminates the cost of adding local AC power to a remote E3 installation location and reduces the physical dimension requirements for the site. Reusing existing copper pairs to provide the uplink trunks also allows these nodes to be deployed rapidly, eliminating the time required to bring fiber transport to the site.
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The EC is designed for rapid deployment of advanced copper-based broadband services and optimized to meet the needs of higher subscriber density. It supports environmental flexibility with its sealed enclosure, which has been specially designed for deployment in extreme climate conditions.
This approach ensures cost-effective, low-density service deployments from the CO to the access network edge. MGT-4 for local craft management. The connector is RS serial: Supports the Calix command line interface CLI only.
Dimensions: 17" x 23" x 6" inches EC Dimensions Physical Enclosure: The EC is a sealed unit enclosure that easily integrates into outside plant deployments.
The unit consists of a ruggedized housing with an access compartment for line protection and outside plant cable connections. This area also includes the 5-pin pair line protection block. Cable access to this area is routed through the bottom plate shown in the diagram below. This unit may be deployed in point to point, star, ring, or hub network topology deployments. The PG form factor is a specific standard.
English sized components and connectors are not recommended for use with the PG form factor.
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The EC is designed for rapid deployment of advanced copper-based broadband services and optimized to meet the needs of higher subscriber density. It supports environmental flexibility with its sealed enclosure, which has been specially designed for deployment in extreme climate conditions. This approach ensures cost-effective, low-density service deployments from the CO to the access network edge. MGT-4 for local craft management. The connector is RS serial:
E3-48 r2, E3-48C r2 Support Line Powering over Multi-Pair Bonded Uplink
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