Cisco 12006 and Cisco 12406 Router Installation and Configuration Guide
Appendix A - Technical Specifications
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Alarm Card Alarm Relay Connector Specifications

Router Performance Upgrades and Model Identification


Technical Specifications


This appendix provides information and technical specifications for the Cisco 12006 and Cisco 12406 Routers.

Specifications

This section lists the Cisco 12006 and Cisco 12406 Router specifications in these tables:

For physical specifications, see Table A-1

For electrical specifications for systems equipped with the AC-input power subsystem, see Table A-2

For electrical specifications for systems equipped with the DC-input power subsystem, see Table A-3

For a list of the environmental specifications, see Table A-4

Table A-1 Physical Specifications 

Description
Value

Chassis height

18.5 in (46.9 cm)

Chassis width

17.3 in (43.9 cm)

Chassis depth

28.0 in (71.1 cm), including cable-management system

Slot capacity

6 slots

Aggregate switching capacity

Cisco 12006: 30 Gbps

Cisco 12406: 120 Gbps

Full-duplex throughput per slot

Cisco 12006: 2.5 Gbps/slot

Cisco 12406: 10 Gbps/slot

Physical

Chassis height

18.5 in. (47.0 cm)

Chassis width

17.3 in. (43.9 cm)

19 in. (48.24 cm)1

Chassis depth

28.0 in. (71.1 cm)

30.75 in. (78.1 cm)2

Weight

140 lb (64 kg)3

213 lb (97.4 kg)4

Chassis per rack

Four

1 Including chassis rack-mount flanges and front door width

2 Including cable-management system and front cover

3 Chassis only

4 Chassis fully configured, using all card slots, AC or DC power supplies, and frosted doors and hinges


The electrical specifications and values listed in Table A-2 are for a system equipped with the AC-input power distribution unit (PDU) and AC-input power supply modules.

Table A-2 AC-Input Power Supply Electrical Specifications 

Description
Value

Rated input voltage1

100-120 VAC nominal (range: 85 to 135 VAC)2 200-240 VAC nominal (range: 180-264 VAC)
220-240 VAC (UK)

Rated input line frequency1

50/60 Hz nominal (range: 47 to 63 Hz)
50/60 Hz UK

Input current rating1

13A @ 200-240 VRMS per line cord (max)

Source AC service requirement1

20A North America; 16A international; 13A UK

Nominal output voltage and current

-54.5VDC @ 30A maximum (original series)

-54.5VDC @ 36A maximum (enhanced series)

Total AC input power

1708 VA (original series)

2210 VA (enhanced series)

Redundancy

2 AC-input power supply modules are required for 2N redundancy

1 For each AC-input power supply module.

2 Original series only. 110 V AC is not supported on enhanced series.



Caution To ensure that the chassis configuration complies with the required power budgets, use the on-line power calculator. Failure to properly verify the configuration may result in an unpredictable state if one of the power units fails. Contact your local sales representative for assistance.

The electrical specifications and values listed in Table A-3 are for a system equipped with the DC-input PDU and DC-input power entry modules (PEMs).

Table A-3 DC Power Entry Module Electrical Specifications 

Description
Value

Rated input voltage1

-48 VDC nominal in North America
-60 VDC nominal in the European Community
(range: -40.5 to -72 VDC)

-40 VDC to -72 VDC steady-state input voltage

Input current rating1

60A per feed (max)

Source DC service requirement1

60A

Nominal output voltage and current

-48VDC @ 40A maximum (original series)

-54.5VDC @ 36A maximum (enhanced series)

Total DC input power

1630 VA (original series)

2290 VA (enhanced series)

Redundancy

2 DC-input PEMs are required for 2N redundancy

1 For each DC-input PEM.



Caution To ensure that the chassis configuration complies with the required power budgets, use the on-line power calculator. Failure to properly verify the configuration may result in an unpredictable state if one of the power units fails. Contact your local sales representative for assistance.

Table A-4 Environmental Specifications 

Description
Value

Temperature

32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C) operating
-4° to 149°F (-20° to 65°C) non-operating

Humidity

10 to 90% noncondensing operating
5 to 95% noncondensing non-operating

Altitude

0 to 10,000 ft. (0 to 3,000 m) operating
0 to 15,000 ft. (0 to 4,570m) non-operating

Heat dissipation

5,828 Btu/hr maximum (AC original series)

8,871 Btu/hr maximum (AC enhanced series)

5,562 Btu/hr maximum (DC original series)

8,871 Btu/hr maximum (DC enhanced series)

Cooling

Facing the router, right-side-to-back cooling

Shock

5 to 500 Hz, 0.5g1 (0.1 oct/min2 ) operating
5 to 100 Hz, 1g (0.1 oct/min) non-operating
100 to 500 Hz, 15g (0.2 oct/min)
500 to 1,000 Hz, 1.5g (0.2 oct/min)

1 g = Gravity

2 oct/min = Octave per minute



Caution Exhaust from other equipment vented directly into the Cisco 12006 and Cisco 12406 Router air inlet may cause overheating. Install the router so that it is protected from a direct flow of hot air from other equipment.

Alarm Card Alarm Relay Connector Specifications

The alarm card alarm relay connector is a standard DB-9 connector. The relay interface is rated at max 2A, 60V, or 50VA, whichever is greater. The connector pins and their definitions are shown in Table A-5.

Table A-5 Alarm Card Alarm Relay Contact Connector Pinout 

Pin
Name
Definition
1

Critical_NO

Critical, normally open contact

2

Critical_C

Critical, common contact

3

Major_NO

Major, normally open contact

4

Minor_NO

Minor, normally open contact

5

Minor_C

Minor, common contact

6

Critical_NC

Critical, normally closed contact

7

Major_NC

Major, normally closed contact

8

Major_C

Major, common contact

9

Minor_NC

Minor, normally closed contact


Router Performance Upgrades and Model Identification

The compliance information label on the side of the chassis also identifies the Cisco 12000 Series Router by its model number. The model number indicates the router is in the Cisco 12000 Series, the maximum switching capacity the router supports, and the number of line card and RP slots in the chassis.

For example, the Cisco 12006 Router features 30 Gbps switching capacity in a 6-slot, 2.5-Gigabit per slot chassis, whereas the Cisco 12406 Router features 120 Gbps switching capacity in a 6-slot, 10-Gigabit per slot chassis. Table A-6 lists the Cisco 12006 and Cisco 12406 Routers and provides model comparison information based on chassis slot counts, maximum switching capacity, and switch fabric type.

Table A-6 Cisco 12006 and Cisco 12406 Router Model Comparison 

Model
Chassis Slots
Switching Capacity
Switch Fabric Identification
12406

6

120 Gbps

SFC and CSC

12006

6

30 Gbps

SFC-30/120 and CSC-30/120


On Cisco 12000 Series Routers that support switching capacity increases through switch fabric upgrades, there are some administrative considerations to observe after performing the upgrade and verifying its installation:

The switch fabric upgrade does not include a new label that identifies the router by the new model number. The compliance label on the router chassis does not change. This could confuse technicians who might service the router in the future. Cisco recommends that the upgrade technician take any required administrative steps to make the new, post-upgrade router identity outwardly obvious.

If steps are not taken to identify a router with upgraded switch fabric, the alternative methods for identifying an upgraded router are through either Cisco IOS software commands or the Cisco identification labels on the switch fabric cards (SFCs and CSCs) installed in the router. Table A-6 lists the router models and their corresponding switch fabric card identification labels.