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Installing the EIA Retro-Fit Kit in an Electrical Interface Assembly on the ONS 15454

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Installing the EIA Retro-Fit Kit in an Electrical Interface Assembly on the ONS 15454

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Installing the EIA Retro-Fit Kit in an Electrical Interface Assembly on the ONS 15454

Install the EIA Retro-Fit Kit in the BNC EIA

Install the EIA Retro-Fit Kit in the SMB EIA


Installing the EIA Retro-Fit Kit in an Electrical Interface Assembly on the ONS 15454


Product Number: 15454-EIA-RETRO=

This document describes how to attach the foam standoffs included in the EIA Retro-Fit Kit to the BNC and SMB Electrical Interface Assemblies (EIAs) on the Cisco ONS 15454.

Use this document with the Cisco ONS 15454 Installation and Operations Guide when working with EIAs or any other system components.

You will need a calibrated torque driver set to 9 in-lbs to perform these procedures.


Caution Always use an electrostatic discharge (ESD) wristband when working with a powered ONS 15454. Plug the wristband cable into the ESD jack located on the lower-right outside edge of the shelf assembly.

Install the EIA Retro-Fit Kit in the BNC EIA


Step 1 To remove the lower backplane cover, loosen the five screws that secure it to the ONS 15454 and pull it away from the shelf assembly.

Step 2 Loosen the nine outer perimeter screws (ten total with the alarm cover attached) and nine inner screws on the A-side BNC cover panel. Remove the alarm cover, if attached.

Step 3 Remove the A-side cover panel, leaving the BNC card attached to the backplane.

Step 4 Attach the foam standoffs:

a. Peel the adhesive strip off the foam standoffs.

b. Attach the long foam standoff to the upper inside area of the cover panel, .25 inches from the side edge and .75 inches from the top edge.

c. Attach the shorter foam standoff to the lower inside area of the cover panel, .25 inches from the side edge and flush with the bottom edge.

Figure 1 shows the BNC cover panel with both foam standoffs attached.

Figure 1 BNC cover panel with attached foam standoffs

Step 5 Replace the cover panel on the BNC card, and insert and tighten the nine inner screws at 8-10 lbs on the inside of the cover panel.

Step 6 Insert and tighten the nine inner screws at 8-10 lbs to secure the cover panel to the BNC card and backplane.

Step 7 Repeat Steps 2 - 6 for the B-side BNC cover panel.

Step 8 Replace the alarm cover and insert and tighten the five screws to secure it.


Install the EIA Retro-Fit Kit in the SMB EIA


Step 1 To remove the lower backplane cover, loosen the five screws that secure it to the ONS 15454 and pull it away from the shelf assembly.

Step 2 Loosen the outer perimeter screws (ten total with the alarm cover attached) and nine inner screws on the A-side SMB cover panel. Remove the alarm cover, if attached.

Step 3 Remove the A-side cover panel from the backplane, leaving the SMB card intact.

Step 4 Attach the foam standoffs:

a. Peel the adhesive strip off the foam standoffs.

b. Attach the long foam standoff to the upper inside area of the cover panel, .25 inches from the side edge and .75 inches from the top edge.

c. Attach the shorter foam standoff to the lower inside area of the cover panel, .25 inches from the side edge and flush with the bottom edge.

Figure 2 shows the SMB cover panel with both foam standoffs attached.

Figure 2 SMB cover panel with attached foam standoffs

Step 5 Replace the cover panel on the SMB card, and insert and tighten the twelve screws at 8-10 lbs on the inside of the cover panel.

Step 6 Insert and tighten the nine perimeter screws at 8-10 lbs.

Step 7 Insert and tighten the tenth screw with or without the alarm cover.

Step 8 Repeat Steps 2 - 7 for the B-side SMB cover panel.

Step 9 Replace the alarm cover, and insert and tighten the five screws to secure it.