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Field Notice: FN - 61948 - 15454-EIA-AMPA84, EIA-BNCA48 and 15454-EIA-1SMBA84 Recall Due to Bad Lot of Connectors


Revised August 21, 2007

February 3, 2005


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Products Affected

Product Top Assembly HW Rev
Part Number Revision
15454-EIA-1SMBA84= 800-24935-02
A1
New B0
15454-EIA-1SMBA84 800-24935-02
A1
New B0
15454-EIA-1AMPA84 800-24937-01
A1
New B0
15454-EIA-1AMPA84= 800-24937-01
A0
New B0
15454-EIA-1BNCA48 800-24931-01
A1
New B0
15454-EIA-1BNCA48= 800-24931-01
A0
New B0

Problem Description

Hardware Engineering has discovered some of the pins from a connector manufacturer were incorrectly eliminated. This has resulted in defective 15454-EIA-1AMPA84, 15454-EIA-1BNCA48, and 15454-EIA-1SMBA84 products.

Background

Some customers with the affected 15454-EIA's installed in a High Density Shelf Assembly (15454-SA-HD) with DS1-14 modules will have issues with some or all of the A-side slots.

Some customers with the 15454-EIA's installed into a High Density Shelf Assembly (15454-SA-HD) with DS3-12 modules,
will have issues with some or all of the A-side slots.

Problem Symptoms

When a defective 15454-EIA is installed on a High Density Shelf Assembly (15454-SA-HD), ports 11 to 14 will be inoperable in some or all of the A-Side slots (slots 1 to 6) when used with DS1-14/DS1N-14 cards.

When a defective 15454-EIA is installed on a High Density Shelf Assembly (15454-SA-HD), ports 11 to 12 will be inoperable in some or all of the A-Side slots (slots 1 to 6) when used with DS-3 (DS3-12/DS3N-12 or DS3-12E/DS3N-12E) or EC1-12 cards.

Customers will not be able to activate a circuit on impacted ports.

Customers with 15454-SA-ANSI are not affected.

Workaround/Solution

There is no work around for this issue except to return the electrical EIA backplanes for replacement.

How To Identify Hardware Levels

Products shipped to customers between February 23, 2004 and September 30, 2004, manufactured with serial numbers from CNH0809xxx to CNH0840xxx, are affected.

Any EIA cards that are built and shipped after October 1, 2004 with CTHxxxxxxx are not affected.

Revision History

Revision Date Comment
1.1 21-AUG-2007 Added PID 15454-EIA-1SMBA84 to Products Affected section. Reworded other sections including Title to reflect this addition.
1.0 03-FEB-2005 Initial Public Release

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