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Cisco Network Convergence System 2000 Series Data Sheet

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The Cisco® Network Convergence System (NCS) Family of products delivers an Evolved Programmable Network (EPN) that lets you simplify network operations, reduce network costs, and make your network more dynamic and profitable. The Cisco Network Convergence System 2000 Series (NCS 2000 Series) delivers agility, programmability, and massive scale across ultra-long-haul, metro, and enterprise optical networks.

Using the Cisco NCS 2000 Series, you can deploy a simple, yet intelligent dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) network that scales with operational ease. The Cisco NCS 2000 Series delivers agility with a touchless, flex-spectrum reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexer (ROADM), and massive scale with 100- and 200-Gbps transponding and muxponding. Figure 1 shows three models of the Cisco NCS 2000 Series.

Figure 1.      The Cisco NCS 2015, NCS 2006, and NCS 2002

nLight ROADM Innovation

Over a decade ago, the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP brought ROADM technology mainstream, allowing service providers, governments, and enterprises to deploy a simple, yet intelligent DWDM network that could scale with operational ease. The Cisco NCS 2000 Series evolves the Cisco ROADM portfolio by introducing Cisco nLight ROADM technology. By supporting touchless re-configurability through colorless, omnidirectional, and contentionless add/drop, networks built using Cisco nLight ROADM technology can instantly respond to new bandwidth requests, route around network failures, and dynamically adjust their topology. And they can do it all without manual intervention. Highly meshed networks will benefit from support of up to 20 degrees of connectivity, while flex-spectrum capability optimizes spectrum utilization while protecting your investment in the photonic layer. Innovative single-module ROADMs integrate wavelength switching and amplification into a single-slot line card, simplifying node configurations and minimizing footprint.

100G and Beyond

Continuing Cisco’s innovation in optical technology, nLight Silicon enables multirate DWDM line cards for the NCS 2000, which offer variable bit rates based on a software-configurable modulation scheme. The network operator can flexibly optimize the spectral efficiency and reach characteristics of each wavelength, improving network capacity and efficiency. State-of-the-art coherent digital-signal-processing (DSP) technology with soft-decision forward error correction (SD-FEC) enables 100-Gbps wavelengths to achieve unregenerated distances of up to 4500 km. Metro/regional networks can take advantage of 200-Gbps wavelengths, while ultra-long-haul networks can use 50-Gbps modulation to achieve transoceanic unregenerated distances.

Multilayer Network Intelligence

The Cisco NCS 2000 Series Wavelength Switched Optical Network (WSON) control-plane architecture enhances GMPLS capabilities with awareness of wavelength properties and optical impairments, offering dynamic service provisioning and restoration over a touchless DWDM network. Using a Cisco nLight Control Plane, the Cisco NCS 2000 Series intelligently interacts with packet layer devices, automating service provisioning, eliminating human error, and allowing advanced failure recovery.

Smooth Platform Integration and Interoperability

The Cisco NCS 2000 Series transparently integrates with the Cisco NCS 4000 at the network element, network management, and control plane levels, creating a unified packet optical transport system encompassing DWDM plus OTN and packet switching. The Cisco NCS 2000 Series also offers full support for Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP line cards, plus network level interoperability and unified management, helping ensure a smooth migration for customers with existing ONS 15454 MSTP networks.

Chassis Features and Options

The Cisco NCS 2000 Series offers three chassis variants to meet varying scale and space requirements. The Cisco NCS 2015 has 15 slots for service cards and is 14 rack units (14RU) high, allowing three chassis to fit into one standard rack (Figure 2). The Cisco NCS 2006 chassis is 6RU and has 6 slots for service cards (Figure 3). The NCS 2002 is 2RU and has 2 slots for service cards (Figure 4). Multishelf management allows multiple (up to 50) NCS 2015 and NCS 2006 shelves to be managed as a single network element, with a single target identifier (TID) and IP address, facilitating the construction of nodes with a very large number of ROADM degrees and/or service cards.

Cisco NCS 2000 Series chassis contain built-in memory to back up the software package, IP address, and circuit database. This built-in backup memory improves mean time to repair (MTTR) and increases operational simplicity. Also available on Cisco NCS 2000 Series chassis is the ability to connect passive devices via USB for performance and inventory management. Cisco NCS 2000 Series passive devices include memory containing device information, and photodiodes for measurement of power levels and connectivity verification. Table 1 compares the features.

Table 1.       Feature Comparison

Feature

Cisco NCS 2015

Cisco NCS 2006

Cisco NCS 2002

Service slots

15

6

2

Controller-card slots

2

2

1

Power modules supported

4 (3 + 1 redundancy)

2 (1 + 1 redundancy)

1

Multishelf management

Yes, up to 50 shelves

Yes, up to 50 shelves

-

Cisco NCS 2015

The Cisco NCS 2015 chassis is ideal for high degree-count ROADM nodes or network hubs with large quantities of transponder or muxponder line cards. Two versions of the chassis support AC or DC power applications. Four slots accommodate up to four power modules in a 3 + 1 redundant configuration, and are common to both the NCS 2000 and NCS 4000 Series. Power-cabling connectors are decoupled from the power modules themselves, allowing easy replacement of a module with no impact on cabling.

Airflow through the chassis is front-to-back, facilitating hot-aisle/cold-aisle installations. A replaceable fan tray containing eight fans divided among two separate circuits sits above the line cards, and also houses timing and alarm input and output connectors. Air is drawn in through a 2-inch input plenum at the bottom of the chassis, and expelled at the top-rear.

Figure 2.      Cisco NCS 2015

The NCS 2015 electrical connection unit (ECU) is a replaceable module that provides interfaces for passive device inventory and management, multishelf management, and element management. Both RJ-45 and SFP interfaces are provided for multishelf and element management, allowing the convenience of copper as well as the distance flexibility of optical connections. Fourteen USB ports connect to passive devices, two of which are USB 3.0 ports capable of powering a USB hub to increase device fan-out and simplify cabling. NCS 2015 ECU interfaces are detailed in Table 2.

Figure 3.      Cisco NCS 2015 External Connection Unit

Table 2.       NCS 2015 ECU Interfaces

Interface

Connector Type

Quantity

Passive inventory and management

USB 2.0

USB 3.0

12

2

Multishelf management

RJ-45 (10BASE-T)

SFP (100BASE-FX)

2

4

Element management system (EMS) or craft terminal

RJ-45 (10BASE-T)

SFP (100BASE-FX)

1

1

User data channel (UDC)

RJ-45

2

Cisco NCS 2006

At 6RU with 6 service slots, the Cisco NCS 2006 chassis is versatile. Metro/edge locations can minimize footprint while still accommodating multiple ROADM degrees and/or service line cards, and large core nodes can scale as large as necessary by using multishelf configurations.

You can configure the Cisco NCS 2006 chassis with DC or AC power inputs. The DC power module has connectors for both ANSI- and ETSI-style battery connections, making it universal. The AC power modules have a single input and are universal in that they accept a power input ranging from 110 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz.

The Cisco NCS 2006 can be mounted into 19-, 21-, or 23-inch racks or cabinets. Brackets come with the shelf assembly and can also be ordered as spares. You can use optional air deflectors in 21- and 23-inch installations. Airflow is side-to-side, but you can add deflectors for front-to-back and front-to-front airflow. In the 21-inch configuration airflow could also be front-to-top. Additionally, an air plenum is available that you can be used for front to back airflow in 19-inch rack configurations. Chassis details are shown in Figure 4.

Figure 4.      Cisco NCS 2006

The Cisco NCS 2006 ECU (Figure 4) is a replaceable module that provides interfaces for multishelf management, element management, passive device management, external alarm inputs and outputs, and timing. RJ-45 ports provide multishelf and element-management connectivity, and 12 USB ports connect to passive devices for inventory and management. The interfaces available on the NCS 2006 ECU are detailed in Table 3.

Figure 5.      Cisco NCS 2006 External Connection Unit

Table 3.       Cisco NCS 2006 ECU Interfaces

Interface

Connector Type

Quantity

Passive inventory and management

USB 2.0

12

BITS-Out

SMB (ETSI), 4 wire-wrap pins (ANSI)

2

BITS-In

SMB (ETSI), 4 wire-wrap pins (ANSI)

2

Multishelf management

RJ-45

6

EMS and craft terminal

RJ-45

2

Time-of-day (ToD), 10 MHz in and out, packets per second (pps) in and out

RJ-45

1

User data channel (UDC)

RJ-45

1

TNC relay contact (26 poles, left-side connector)

SCSI

1

Digital I/O signals (26 poles, right-side connector)

SCSI

1

Cisco NCS 2002

The Cisco NCS 2002 is ideally suited to line amplifier configurations, a 2-degree ROADM node, or anywhere that only 2 slots are required for transponding or muxponding services (Figure 6). It features 1 slot for the control card and 2 slots for service cards. You can configure the NCS 2002 with a single DC or AC power module. The DC power module has inputs for redundant A and B feeds. The integrated AC power module has a single input and is universal in that it accepts a power input ranging from 110 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz.

Although a single processor card controls the node, the NCS 2002 contains a built-in memory module to back up the software package, IP address, and circuit database. This backup capability improves MTTR and increases operational simplicity. Integrated RJ-45 and USB ports provide management connectivity and passive device connectivity, respectively. Timing inputs and outputs are also present.

You can mount the NCS 2002 in 19-, 21-, or 23-inch racks or cabinets. Brackets come with the shelf assembly and can also be ordered as spares. You can use optional air deflectors in 21- and 23-inch installations. With 19-inch brackets, the airflow is right-to-left; with 21-inch brackets, airflow can be selected as right-to-left; right-front-in, and left-front-out; left-up-out; or left-back-out. With 23-inch brackets, airflow is from right-front-in to left-back-out.

Figure 6.      Cisco NCS 2002

Transport Node Controller

The Cisco NCS 2000 Series uses the TNC line card to provide timing, communication, multishelf management, alarming, and passive device management. The TNC also provides optical-service-channel (OSC) termination through two SFP ports, with support for Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet connections, in addition to OC-3/STM-1 for backward compatibility. Optionally, a transport shelf controller (TSC) is available for the NCS 2006 and NCS 2002. The function of the TSC is identical to that of the TNC, but omits OSC termination. Controller-card chassis and software compatibility are outlined in Table 4.

Table 4.       Cisco NCS 2000 Controller Compatibility

Controller Card

Chassis Compatibility

Minimum Software

NCS2K-TNCS-K9

NCS 2015, NCS 2006, and NCS 2002

10.5

15454-M-TNCE-K9

NCS 2002 and NCS 2006

9.3

15454-M-TSCE-K9

NCS 2002 and NCS 2006

9.3

Management

The Cisco NCS 2000 Series is managed by the Cisco Transport Controller on-demand application, which offers features including:

   Multilayer graphical network, node, and card visibility

   A-to-Z network-based service provisioning

   Graphical software wizards to simplify and speed user operations for such tasks as:

     Initial network turn-up

     Service provisioning

     Network, node, and bandwidth upgrades

In addition to the integrated software features, the Cisco NCS 2000 Series is supported by an easy-to-use but powerful network design tool, Cisco Transport Planner. This user-friendly tool is fully developed and tested by Cisco for modeling and optimizing DWDM networks based on your network parameters.

Product Specifications

Tables 5 through 7 list specifications of the Cisco NCS 2015, NCS 2006, and NCS 2002, respectively.

Table 5.       Cisco NCS 2015 Product Specifications

Item

Specification

Power Requirements

Maximum

DC power configuration

5250W (1750W per power module, 3+1 redundanct configuration)

Power Consumption

Fan-tray assemblies

560W

Physical Dimensions

Rack-mounting

19- or 23-in. (483- or 584-mm) EIA rack-mounting

Cisco NCS 2015 shelf assembly

(H x W x D): 24.44 x 17.46 x 11.02 in. (620.7 x 443.5 x 279.9 mm)

Door width: 19.46 in. (494.3 mm)

Environmental Conditions

Storage temperature

-40 to 158ºF (-40 to 70ºC)

Operating temperature

  Normal
  Short-term1

 

32 to 131ºF (0 to 55ºC)

23 to 131ºF (-5 to 55ºC)

Relative humidity

   Normal
  Short-term2

 

5 to 85%, noncondensing

5 to 90% but not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air

Table 6.       Cisco NCS 2006 Product Specifications

Item

Specification

Power Requirements

Maximum

AC power configuration

1600W

DC power configuration

NCS2006-DC40 power module

NCS2006-DC power module (30 amp)

NCS2006-DC20 power module

 

1920W

1400W

960W

Power Consumption

Fan-tray assemblies

120W

AC power module

15% of the sum of the maximum consumption of all populated cards

DC power modules

40W

Physical Dimensions

Rack-mounting

19- or 23-in. (483- or 584-mm) EIA rack-mounting
19-in. (483-mm) rack-mounting or 21-in. (533-mm) cabinet-mounting

Cisco NCS 2006 shelf assembly

(H x W x D): 10.45 x 17.45 x 11.02 in. (265.4 x 443.3 x 280 mm)

Environmental Conditions

Storage temperature

-40 to 158ºF (-40 to 70ºC)

Operating temperature

  Normal
  Short-term1

 

32 to 131ºF (0 to 55ºC)

23 to 131ºF (-5 to 55ºC)

Relative humidity

   Normal
   Short-term2

 

5 to 85%, noncondensing

5 to 90% but not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air

1 Refers to a period of not more than 96 consecutive hours and a total of not more than 15 days in 1 year.
2 Refers to a total of 360 hours in any given year, but no more than 15 occurrences during that 1-year period.

Table 7.       Cisco NCS 2002 Product Specifications

Item

Specification

Power Requirements

Maximum

AC power configuration

350W

DC power configuration

450W

Power Consumption

Fan-tray assemblies

40W

AC power module

52W

DC power modules

30W

Physical Dimensions

Rack-mounting

19- or 23-in. (483- or 584-mm, respectively) EIA rack-mounting
19-in. (83-mm) rack-mounting or 21-in. (533-mm) cabinet-mounting

Shelf Assembly

Cisco NCS 2002 shelf assembly

(H x W x D): 3.46 x 17.18 x 11.02 in. (87.9 x 436.4 x 280 mm)

Environmental Conditions

Storage temperature

-40 to 158ºF (-40 to 70ºC)

Operating temperature

Normal: 32 to 131ºF (0 to 55ºC)

Short-term1: 23 to 131ºF (-5 to 55ºC)

Relative humidity

Normal: 5 to 85%, noncondensing

Short-term2: 5 to 90% but not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air

Regulatory Standards Compliance

Table 8 summarizes regulatory standard compliance and agency approvals.

Table 8.       Regulatory Standard Compliance and Agency Approvals

ANSI (Cisco NCS 2002) System

ETSI (Cisco NCS 2002) System

Supported Countries

  Canada
  United States
  Korea
  Europe
  Latin America
  Japan
  Asia Pacific
  Middle East and Africa

EMC (Class A)

  ICES-003 Issue 4 (2004)
  GR-1089-CORE, Issue 4
(Type 2 and Type 4 equipment)
  GR-1089-CORE - Issue 03 (Oct 2002)
(Objective O3-2 - Section 3.2.1 - Radiated Emissions requirements with all doors open)
  FCC 47CFR15, Class A subpart B (2006)
  EN 300 386 v1.3.3 (2005) and v1.4.1 (2007)
  CISPR 22 - Fifth edition (2005-04) Class A and the amendment 1
 (2005-07)
  CISPR 24 - First edition (1997-09) and amendment 1 (2001-07) and amendment 2
(2002-10)
  EN 55022:1998 Class A - CENELEC Amendment A2:2003
  EN 55024:1998 - CENELEC Amendment A1:2001 and Amendment A2:2003
  Resolution 237 (Brazil)
  VCCI V-3/2006.04
  EN 61000-6-1:2001
  EN 61000-6-2:1999

Safety

  UL/CSA 60950-1 2nd Ed. 2011
  GR-1089-CORE, Issue 6 
(Type 2 and Type 4 equipment)
  UL/CSA 60950-1 2nd Ed. 2011
  IEC 60950-1 2nd Ed. + Amendment 1:2009, EN 60950-1:2006 + A1:2010 + A11:2009 + A12:2011 (with all country deviations)

Environmental

  GR-63-CORE, Issue 3 (2006)
  ETS 300-019-2-1 V2.1.2 (Storage, Class 1.1)
  ETS 300-019-2-2 V2.1.2 (Transportation, Class 2.3)
  ETS 300-019-2-3 V2.1.2 (Operational, Class 3.1E)
  EU WEEE regulation
  EU RoHS regulation

Power and Grounding

  GR-1089-CORE, Issue 4
  ETS 300 132-2

Optical Safety

  EN or IEC-60825-2 Third edition (2004-06)
  EN or IEC 60825-1 Consol. Ed. 1.2 - incl. am1+am2 (2001-08)
  21CFR1040 (2004/04) (Accession Letter and CDRH Report)
  IEC-60825-2 Third edition (2004-06)
  ITU-T G.664 (2006)

Miscellaneous

  Acoustic noise
   GR-63-CORE, Issue 3 (2006)
   ETS 300 753 ed.1 (1997-10)
  Mechanical shock and bumps
   AS1099- 2.27
  Customer-specific requirements
   AT&T Network Equipment Development Standards (NEDS) Generic Requirements, AT&T 802-900-260
   SBC TP76200MP
   Verizon SIT.NEBS.NPI.2002.010

Ordering Information

To place an order, visit the Cisco Ordering homepage and refer to Tables 9 through 13. To download software, visit the Cisco Software Center: http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/type.html?mdfid=278281788&i=rm.

Table 9.       Cisco NCS 2015 Common Equipment

Product ID

Description

NCS2015-SA-DC=

NCS 2015 Shelf Assembly - DC Power

NCS2015-SA-AC=

NCS 2015 Shelf Assembly - AC Power

NCS2015-FTA=

NCS 2015 Fan Tray

NCS2015-ECU=

NCS 2015 External Connections Unit

NCS2015-DOOR=

NCS 2015 Door

NCS2015-DDR=

NCS 2015 Deep Door

NCS2015-BRK-KIT=

NCS 2015 Spare Bracket Kit

NCS2015-FTF=

NCS 2015 Fan tray Air Filter

NCS2015-SYS-DC

NCS 2015 DC power System Assembly to Order

NCS2015-SYS-AC

NCS 2015 AC power System Assembly to Order

NCS4K-DC-PSU-V1

NCS 4000 DC Power System Unit - 1750 W - Balanced A and B

NCS4K-AC-PSU

NCS 4000 AC Power System Unit - 3000 W

Table 10.     Cisco NCS 2006 Common Equipment

Product ID

Description

NCS2006-SA=

Shelf assembly with brackets, Cisco NCS 2006

NCS2006-DR=

Chassis Door, Cisco NCS 2006

NCS2006-DDR=

Chassis Deep Door, Cisco NCS 2006

NCS2006-FTA=

Fran Tray assembly, Cisco NCS 2006

NCS2006-FTF=

Chassis Air Filter, Cisco NCS 2006

NCS2006-DC=

30A DC Power Supply Module, Cisco NCS2006

NCS2006-DC20=

20A DC Power Supply Module, Cisco NCS2006

NCS2006-DC40=

NCS 2006 40A DC Power Filter

NCS2006-AC=

AC Power Supply Module, Cisco NCS2006

NCS2006-PWRFLR=

Power Module blank filler, Cisco NCS 2006

NCS2006-ECU=

External Connection Unit, Cisco NCS 2006

NCS2006-LCD=

LCD and Memory, Cisco NCS 2006

15454-M6-BRKT=

19-in./23-in. and 21-in. Brackets, Cisco NCS 2006

15454-M6-DEF21=

21-in. Air deflector, Cisco NCS 2006

15454-M6-DEF23=

23-in. Air deflector, Cisco NCS 2006

NCS2006-CAB-DEFL=

NCS2006/M6 Front-to-Back air defl, 19, 21, 23 cabinets, 23 rack

15454-M-SHIPKIT=

Shipkit, Cisco NCS 2006 and Cisco NCS2002

Table 11.     Cisco NCS 2002 Common Equipment

Product ID

Description

NCS2002-SA=

Shelf assembly, Cisco NCS2002

NCS2002-DR=

Chassis Door, Cisco NCS2002

NCS2002-DDR=

Chassis Deep Door, Cisco NCS2002

NCS2002-FTA=

Fran Tray assembly, Cisco NCS2002

NCS2002-FTF=

Chassis Air Filter, Cisco NCS2002

NCS2002-DC=

DC Power Supply Module, Cisco NCS2002

NCS2002-DC-E=

DC ETSI Power Supply Module, Cisco NCS2002

NCS2002-AC=

AC Power Supply Module, Cisco NCS2002

15454-M2-BRKT=

19”/23” and 21” Brackets, Cisco NCS2002

15454-M2-DEF21=

21” Air deflector, Cisco NCS2002

15454-M2-DEF23=

23” Air deflector, Cisco NCS2002

15454-M2-WM=

Wall mount bracket, Cisco NCS2002

15454-M-SHIPKIT=

Shipkit, Cisco NCS2006 and Cisco NCS2002

Table 12.     Cisco NCS 2000 Series Line Cards and Components

Product ID

Description

Controller

NCS2K-TSCS-K9=

Transport Node Controller for NCS2002, 2006 & 2015 chassis

15454-M-TNCE-K9=

MSTP/NCS 2K Transport Node Controller

15454-M-TSCE-K9=

MSTP/NCS 2K Transport Shelf Controller

ROADM

NCS2K-9-SMR17FS=

9-port Single Module ROADM - 0-17dB Gain - Flex Spectrum

NCS2K-9-SMR24FS=

9-port Single Module ROADM - 12-24dB Gain - Flex Spectrum

NCS2K-9-SMR34FS=

9-port Single Module ROADM - 20-34dB Gain - Flex Spectrum

NCS2K-20-SMRFS=

20-port Single Module ROADM - Switchable Gain Flex Spectrum

NCS2K-9-SMR17FS-L=

9-port Single Module ROADM - 0-17dB Gain - FS - Licensed

NCS2K-9-SMR24FS-L=

9-port Single Module ROADM - 12-24dB Gain - FS - Licensed

NCS2K-9-SMR34FS-L=

9-port Single Module ROADM - 20-34dB Gain - FS - Licensed

NCS2K-20-SMRFS-L=

20-port Single Module ROADM - Switchable Gain FS - Licensed

L-NCS2K-SMR-FS=

NCS 2K/MSTP Lic SMR - Flex Spectrum Activation e-Delivery

L-NCS2K-SMR-2P=

NCS 2K/MSTP Lic SMR - 2-port Activation e-Delivery

L-NCS2K-SMR-4P=

NCS 2K/MSTP Lic SMR - 4-port Activation e-Delivery

NCS2K-16-WXC-FS=

16-ports Wavelength X-Connect and Mux/Demux - Flex Spectrum

Passives

NCS2K-MF-MPO-16LC=

MPO-16 to 16xLC Fan-Out MF Unit - With Integrated Monitoring

NCS2K-MF-2MPO-ADP=

Double MPO-16 to 2xMPO-8 Adapter MF Unit - Monitoring

NCS2K-PPMESH8-5AD=

2RU 8-Degree Mesh Patch Panel- 5-Add/Drop Port + Monitoring

NCS2K-MF-16AE-CFS=

16-Port Add/Drop + Express MF Unit - Colorless Flex Spectrum

NCS2K-MF-10AD-CFS=

10-Port Add/Drop MF Unit - Colorless Flex Spectrum

NCS2K-MF-2LC-ADP=

Double LC-LC Adapter MF Unit

NCS2K-HP-LC-2=

E2000 High-Power to LC patch-cord 2m

NCS2K-MF-1RU=

Mechanical Frame - 4 slots - 1 RU

NCS2K-MF-DEG-5=

Mesh Interconnection MF Unit - Up to 5 Degrees

NCS2K-MF-UPG-4=

Mesh Interconnection MF Unit - Upgrade - 4 Degrees

NCS2K-MF-16AD-CFS=

16-Ports Add/Drop MF Unit - Colorless and FlexSpectrum

NCS2K-MF-4X4-COFS=

4-Degree and 4-Ports Add/Drop MF Unit - CO and FlexSpectrum

NCS2K-MF-MPO-8LC=

MPO to 8x LC Fan-Out MF Unit - With Integrated Monitoring

NCS2K-MF-COVER=

1RU cover for mechanical frame

NCS2K-2RU-COVER=

2RU cover for PPMESH8

EDRA

NCS2K-EDRA1-26C=

21dBm Erbium Doped Raman Amplifier 26dB Span - C-Band

NCS2K-EDRA1-35C=

21dBm Erbium Doped Raman Amplifier 35dB Span - C-Band

NCS2K-EDRA2-26C=

21dBm Erbium Doped Raman Amplifier + Bst 26dB Span - C-Band

NCS2K-EDRA2-35C=

21dBm Erbium Doped Raman Amplifier + Bst 35dB Span - C-Band

Transponder/Muxponder

NCS2K-MR-MXP-LIC=

10/40/100G MR Muxponder - Licensable for Encryption

L-NCS2K-MRE10-40G=

SW license to enable Encryption on 10G and 40G client ports

L-NCS2K-MRE-100G=

SW license to enable Encryption on 100G client ports

NCS2K-200G-CK-C=

50G/100G/200G CPAK Multi Rate Line Card - SD FEC C Band

L-NCS2K-CK-CL=

SW license - CPAK Client

L-NCS2K-FS=

SW license - Flex-Spectrum on WDM Trunk port

L-NCS2K-DQPSK-LH=

SW license - HG-FEC on 100G CP-DQPSK WDM Trunk port

L-NCS2K-SD-FEC=

SW license - Soft-Decision FEC on WDM Trunk port

L-NCS2K-SFEC-BPSK=

SW license - SD-FEC & BPSK on 50G WDM Trunk port

L-NCS2K-SFEC-16Q=

SW license - SD-FEC & 16-QAM on 200G/250G WDM Trunk port

NCS2K-100GS-CK-C

100G - CPAK Multi-Rate Line Card -SD FEC - C-Band

NCS2K-100G-CK-C=

100G CPAK Multi-Rate Line Card - CP-DQPSK - C-Band

NCS2K-100G-CK-C

100G CPAK Multi-Rate Line Card - CP-DQPSK - C-Band

NCS2K-100ME-CKC=

100G CPAK Multi-Rate Line Card - CP-DQPSK - Metro - C-Band

NCS2K-100ME-CKC

100G CPAK Multi-Rate Line Card - CP-DQPSK - Metro - C-Band

L-NCS2K-100G-FFU=

NCS 2K/MSTP License 100G LC - Full Feature Upg e-Delivery

L-NCS2K-100G-10G=

NCS 2K/MSTP License 100G MXP - 1x 10G MR Port e-Delivery

Blanks

15454-BLANK

Shelf slot-filler panel, fits any slot in NCS 2000 shelf assembly

15454-M-FILLER=

Shelf line-slot filler card, fits line-card slots in Cisco ONS 15454 M6 and NCS2002 chassis

15454-M-T-FILLER=

Shelf control-slot filler card, fits control-card slots in Cisco ONS 15454 M6 and NCS2002 chassis

Table 13.     Cisco NCS 2000 Series Cables

Product Number

Description

Length

Gauge

Connector 1

Connector 2

15454-M-120TMGCBL(=)

BITS IN/OUT cable for ANSI

0.6 m

COAX 23 AWG

DIN 1.0/2.3

2 WIRE WRAP PINS

15454-M2-DCCBL-LE(=)

DC power cable for ETSI left exit

10 m

12 AWG

Power D-Sub 2 poles

None

NCS2006-DCCBL-LE(=)

DC power cable for ETSI left exit

10 m

6 AWG

Power D-Sub 3 poles

None

NCS2006-DCCBL-RE(=)

DC power cable for ETSI right exit

10 m

6 AWG

Power D-Sub 3 poles

None

15454-M6-DCCBL2-L=

DC power cable for DC40 ETSI Left exit

10 m

6 AWG

Pwr TwinBlade

None

15454-M6-DCCBL2-R=

DC power cable for DC40 ETSI right exit

10 m

6 AWG

Pwr TwinBlade

None

15454-M-ACCBL2-L(=)

AC2 power cable ANSI 110Vac left exit

3 m

20A - 125V

C19

NEMA 5-20P

15454-M-ACCBL2-L2(=)

AC2 power cable ANSI 220Vac left exit

3 m

20A - 250V

C19

NEMA 6-20P

15454-M-ACCBL2-R(=)

AC2 power cable ANSI 110Vac right exit

3 m

20A - 125V

C19

NEMA 5-20P

15454-M-ACCBL2-R2(=)

AC2 power cable ANSI 220Vac right exit

3 m

20A - 250V

C19

NEMA 6-20P

15454-M-ALMCBL(=)

SCSI Alarm cable

20 m

28 AWG

Mini SCSI

None

15454-M-ALMCBL2(=)

SCSI Alarm cable limited to 8 inputs

20 m

24 AWG

Mini SCSI

None

15454-M-CBL2-LARG(=)

AC2 power cable - ARG left exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

IRAM 2073 - IEC 60884-1

15454-M-CBL2-LAUS(=)

AC2 power cable - AUS left exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

AS/NZS 3112: 2000

15454-M-CBL2L-CHI(=)

AC2 power cable - China left exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

GB2099.1/GB1002

15454-M-CBL2-L-EU(=)

AC2 power cable - EU left exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

CEE 7 STANDARD SHEET VII

15454-M-CBL2L-IND(=)

AC2 power cable - India left exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

IS 1293

15454-M-CBL2L-JPN(=)

AC2 power cable - Japan left exit

3 m

20A - 125V

C19

JIS C8303 & JIS C8306

15454-M-CBL2-LKOR(=)

AC2 power cable - KOR left exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

K60884-01

15454-M-CBL2-L-UK(=)

AC2 power cable - UK left exit

3 m

13A - 250V

C19

BS 1363/A & SS145/A

15454-M-CBL2-RARG(=)

AC2 power cable - ARG right exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

IRAM 2073 - IEC 60884-1

15454-M-CBL2-RAUS(=)

AC2 power cable - AUS right exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

AS/NZS 3112: 2000

15454-M-CBL2R-CHI(=)

AC2 power cable - China right exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

GB2099.1/GB1002

15454-M-CBL2-R-EU(=)

AC2 power cable - EU right exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

CEE 7 STANDARD SHEET VII

15454-M-CBL2R-IND(=)

AC2 power cable - India right exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

IS 1293

15454-M-CBL2R-JPN(=)

AC2 power cable - Japan right exit

3 m

20A - 125V

C19

JIS C8303 & JIS C8306

15454-M-CBL2-RKOR(=)

AC2 power cable - KOR right exit

3 m

16A - 250V

C19

K60884-01

15454-M-CBL2-R-UK(=)

AC2 power cable - UK right exit

3 m

13A - 250V

C19

BS 1363/A & SS145/A

15454-M-TMGCBL(=)

BITS IN/OUT cable for ETSI

20 m

COAX 23 AWG

DIN 1.0/2.3

none

15454-M-USBCBL(=)

USB cable for passive devices

3 m

28#/1P + 24#/2C + AEB

USB "A" MALE

USB "A" MALE

Warranty

The following warranty terms apply to the Cisco NCS 2006 as well as services you may use during the warranty period. Your formal warranty statement appears in the Cisco Information Packet that accompanies your Cisco product.

   Hardware warranty duration: 5 years

   Software warranty duration: 1 year

   Hardware replacement, repair, or refund procedure: Cisco or our service center will use commercially reasonable efforts to ship a replacement part for delivery within 15 working days after receipt of the defective product at Cisco’s site. Actual delivery times of replacement products may vary depending on customer location

Product warranty terms and other information applicable to Cisco products are available at: http://www.cisco.com/go/warranty.

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