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Eric RBS 2216

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  • #49232 Reply
    Prince
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    Hi Jamil,
    The battery not charging, is it a 2216 cabinet or 2116 or 2206? I mean which type of cabinet are you talking about.

    #49233 Reply
    ahmad khatami
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    Hi prince
    tks for your responce
    but i want to know cable diagram
    so each pin number connect to other side of cable
    for example 2 to 3 and 3 to 2
    and so

    #49234 Reply
    Prince
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    Hi Ahmad,
    DB-9 serial cable has the below mapping of female to male:
    Female……………Male
    1…………………5
    2…………………4
    3…………………3
    4…………………2
    5…………………1
    6…………………9
    7…………………8
    8…………………7
    9…………………6

    Thanx.

    #49235 Reply
    Prince
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    Hi Ahmad,
    Cannot provide the diagram using this forum but I can give you what each pinout does and the signal it transmits.
    Pin Description signal
    1 Carrier detect CD
    2 * Receive data RD
    3 * Transmit data TD
    4 Data terminal ready DTR
    5 * Signal ground SG
    6 Data set ready DSR
    7 Request to send RTS
    8 Clear to send CTS
    9 Ring indicator RI

    #49236 Reply
    jamil
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    Hi prince I am working in RBS 2116 I faced problem battery disconnect when they are using the microwave to make aliment without but my question now is about the cable alarm at the PFU its 8 alarm do u know every alarm what it means .
    bestregard
    jamil

    #49237 Reply
    Prince
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    Hi Jamil,
    For 2116 and 2216 cabinets, if the battery is not charging or the RBS can’t run on battery when there’s no power at the site, it actually means two things:
    1. There is a breaker panel on the topmost part of the BBS that controls the BFU. This panel has a numbered breakers on it starting from 1.We normally tap power from that panel and give it to the transmission equipment.Check if the 1st breaker is in the on position, if it’s not on just put it on and the battery from now onwards will charge and can sustain the site when power is off.
    2. The BFU can internally have battery disconnect alarm without showing this alarm on the BFU.So when such a thing happens you just have to change the BFU.

    thanks.

    #49238 Reply
    finn
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    BFU is not defined in RBS2216 so you might need to energize or like a jumpstart the BBS batteries. you’ll have to parrallel a fully charged battery. But be very careful. Once energized it will click or trigger on the BFU or yeah replace it if still the same.

    #49239 Reply
    Hi prince
    Guest

    In most of BBS cabinet for the RBS 2116 when the battery less them 22 volt the BFU will not charging the internal relay inside the BFU will not get order from the microcontroller. I had make a physical thing let it charging but if any one use it and don’t know how may be it coast to burn the BFU so sorry I can’t speak about it but for me it work 100% also I the new version from omt 35-4 it can configure the 4 psu in 2116 cabinet thanks all .
    Best regard
    jamil el banna

    #49240 Reply
    alireza
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    hi
    i have problem on cf( flash memory carid) max capacity cf ?

    and if read with reader cf it is ok?

    #49241 Reply
    finn
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    I think its 32MB.. read with card reader, no drama.

    #49242 Reply
    Fadi
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    how i can connect External alarms to RBS 2216 ??

    #49243 Reply
    finn
    Guest

    hi fadi,

    external alarm connections is very much different with older RBS. there is a different color coding, it should be provided. usually the external alarm cable from the DXU-31 is a like a SCSI connector type and the end sides where distributed to 4 RJ-45 connectors.. but we cut those RJ-45s and trace 1 by 1 which is which.

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