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    • CambiumPTP 600 SeriesHazardousLocation Guide
    • Accuracy While reasonable efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of this document, Cambium Networks assumes no liability resulting from any inaccuracies or omissions in this document, or from use of the information obtained herein. Cambium reserves the right to make changes to any products described herein to improve reliability, function, or design, and reserves the right to revise this document and to make changes from time to time in content hereof with no obligation to notify any person of revisions or changes. Cambium does not assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product, software, or circuit described herein; neither does it convey license under its patent rights or the rights of others. It is possible that this publication may contain references to, or information about Cambium products (machines and programs), programming, or services that are not announced in your country. Such references or information must not be construed to mean that Cambium intends to announce such Cambium products, programming, or services in your country. Copyrights This document, Cambium products, and 3rd Party Software products described in this document may include or describe copyrighted Cambium and other 3rd Party supplied computer programs stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Cambium, its licensors, and other 3rd Party supplied software certain exclusive rights for copyrighted material, including the exclusive right to copy, reproduce in any form, distribute and make derivative works of the copyrighted material. Accordingly, any copyrighted material of Cambium, its licensors, or the 3rd Party software supplied material contained in the Cambium products described in this document may not be copied, reproduced, reverse engineered, distributed, merged or modified in any manner without the express written permission of Cambium. Furthermore, the purchase of Cambium products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent applications of Cambium or other 3rd Party supplied software, except for the normal non-exclusive, royalty free license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product. Restrictions Software and documentation are copyrighted materials. Making unauthorized copies is prohibited by law. No part of the software or documentation may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means, without prior written permission of Cambium. License Agreements The software described in this document is the property of Cambium and its licensors. It is furnished by express license agreement only and may be used only in accordance with the terms of such an agreement. High Risk Materials Components, units, or 3rd Party products used in the product described herein are NOT fault-tolerant and are NOT designed, manufactured, or intended for use as on-line control equipment in the following hazardous environments requiring fail-safe controls: the operation of Nuclear Facilities, Aircraft Navigation or Aircraft Communication Systems, Air Traffic Control, Life Support, or Weapons Systems (High Risk Activities). Cambium and its supplier(s) specifically disclaim any expressed or implied warranty of fitness for such High Risk Activities. © 2009 – 2012 Cambium Networks Limited. All Rights Reserved.phn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012)
    • PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location GuideContentsAbout this guide ............................................................................................................... 1  Contacting Cambum Networks ..................................................................................................... 1 1. Important safety information ....................................................................................... 2  Limiting EIRP................................................................................................................................ 2  Installing connectorized ODUs ..................................................................................................... 2  PIDU ............................................................................................................................................. 2  PTP-SYNC ..................................................................................................................................... 2  GPS unit ........................................................................................................................................ 2  Checking labels............................................................................................................................. 2  Powering down ............................................................................................................................. 3  Cleaning ........................................................................................................................................ 3 2. Allowed operating envelope ......................................................................................... 4  ATEX ............................................................................................................................................. 4  Hazloc ........................................................................................................................................... 4 3. Part numbers and product labels .................................................................................. 5  Part numbers ................................................................................................................................ 5  Product labels ............................................................................................................................... 6 4. Installation and operating requirements .................................................................... 10  General requirements ................................................................................................................. 10  Warnings ..................................................................................................................................... 10  EIRP limitations for radio regulations ........................................................................................ 10  Regulatory EIRP limits for hazardous locations ......................................................................... 11  Overall EIRP Limits .................................................................................................................... 11 5. Installing integrated PTP 600 units ............................................................................ 12  PTP 54600-ATEX/Hazloc integrated ........................................................................................... 12  PTP 58600-ATEX/Hazloc integrated ........................................................................................... 12 6. Installing connectorized PTP 600 units....................................................................... 13  Factory-set power limits ............................................................................................................. 13  Procedure for higher gain antennas ........................................................................................... 13 phn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page i
    • PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location GuideAbout this guide This guide identifies the specific requirements that have to be met by the installer and operator of the Cambium PTP600-ATEX/Hazloc Series radio products when the products are for use in Hazardous Locations. Hazardous Locations are those covered by the ATEX regulations in Europe and the Hazloc regulations in the USA. The normal operating and troubleshooting procedures for the PTP 600 Series are described in the PTP 600 Series User Guide, which may be downloaded from the support website.Version information The following shows the issue status of this document. Document issue Date of issue Remarks 001v000 Feb 2012 First Cambium issueContacting Cambum Networks Support website: http://www.cambiumnetworks.com/support Main website: http://www.cambiumnetworks.com Sales enquiries: solutions@cambiumnetworks.com Support enquiries: support@cambiumnetworks.com Telephone number list: http://www.cambiumnetworks.com/contact.php Address: Cambium Networks Limited, Linhay Business Park, Eastern Road, Ashburton, Devon, UK, TQ13 7UPphn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 1
    • PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location Guide1. Important safety information To prevent fire and explosions when installing or operating the PTP 600 Series in hazardous locations, observe the instructions in this guide.Limiting EIRP Installation and operation of these products in locations where exposure to hazardous gasses is expected will be subject to limiting the EIRP from the PTP600-ATEX/Hazloc series of radio products. Exceeding the EIRP limits will compromise safety. Please refer to the certificates referenced in 2 Allowed operating envelope for special conditions of safe use. The EIRP limit depends on the gas class/gas group prevalent in the operating location.Installing connectorized ODUs As shipped by the manufacturer, the equipment is set to meet the most stringent EIRP limits assuming an integrated antenna. Special care is therefore needed when operating connectorized versions of the radio with external antennas.PIDU The PIDU is intended for indoor use only and is not weatherproof. It has not been certified for use in the hazardous environments and must be located in a safe environment.PTP-SYNC The PTP-SYNC unit is NOT approved for use in hazardous environments and cannot be used to connect to an ODU in the hazardous environments. If there is a need to provide a synchronized link, contact Cambium for assistance.GPS unit The GPS unit recommended for use with the PTP-SYNC unit must also be located in a safe environment. If that is not possible, then the GPS unit must not be deployed. In these circumstances, the timing reference for synchronized units must be obtained from either the low level 1 pps signal (via the coaxial interface) or from the timing reference of one of the ODUs. Details may be found in the PTP 600 Series User Guide.Checking labels Only those products marked with the qualification labels shown in Part numbers and product labels on page 5 may be used in hazardous locations.phn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 2
    • About this guide PTP 600 Series Hazardous Installation GuidePowering down Live maintenance and live connection or disconnection of cables is not allowed in the hazardous area.Cleaning The radome of the integrated antenna must be cleaned only with an anti-static cloth.phn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 3
    • PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location Guide2. Allowed operating envelope The PTP600-ATEX/Hazloc Series radio products have been certified for operation in the following hazardous locations:ATEX The products have been approved under an ‘Intrinsic Safety’ assessment as defined in EN60079-11:2007. The approval is given by certificate number TRAC09ATEX31224X, issued by TRaC Global, with the specific level of coverage shown below. II 3 G Ex ic IIC T4 II - Equipment group (surface applications) 3 - Equipment category (infrequent exposure) G - Atmosphere (Gas) ic - Protection concept (intrinsic safety) IIC - Gas group (up to and including Hydrogen and Acetylene) T4 - Temperature class (135°C)Hazloc The products have been assessed and found compliant with the requirements of UL1604 and CSA C22.2 No. 213 for the following conditions. The approval is given by MET Labs under File Reference E113068, with the specific level of coverage shown below. Complies with UL1604 and CSA C22.2 No. 213 Class I - Gases, Vapors and Liquids (surface applications) Div – 2 (Infrequent Exposure) Gas Groups - A, B, C, D (up to and including Hydrogen and Acetylene) Operating Temperature Code - T4 (135oC)phn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 4
    • PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location Guide3. Part numbers and product labelsPart numbers In order to meet specific radio regulations in the USA, Cambium supplies products approved for USA/Canada and ETSI/RoW under different part numbers. These part numbers are shown in Table 1 and Table 2. Table 1 PTP 54600 ATEX/Hazloc kit part numbers Regional Integrated or Link or end Part variant connectorized complete number FCC/IC Integrated Link Complete WB3788 FCC/IC Integrated End Complete WB3789 FCC/IC Connectorized Link Complete WB3790 FCC/IC Connectorized End Complete WB3791 ETSI/RoW Integrated Link Complete WB3820 ETSI/RoW Integrated End Complete WB3821 ETSI/RoW Connectorized Link Complete WB3822 ETSI/RoW Connectorized End Complete WB3823 Table 2 PTP 58600 ATEX/Hazloc kit part numbers Regional Integrated or Link or end Part variant connectorized complete number FCC/IC Integrated Link Complete WB3784 FCC/IC Integrated End Complete WB3785 FCC/IC Connectorized Link Complete WB3786 FCC/IC Connectorized End Complete WB3787 ETSI/RoW Integrated Link Complete WB3816 ETSI/RoW Integrated End Complete WB3817 ETSI/RoW Connectorized Link Complete WB3818 ETSI/RoW Connectorized End Complete WB3819phn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 5
    • 3. Part numbers and product labels PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location GuideProduct labels The PTP600-ATEX/Hazloc Series radio products can be identified by their qualification labels, shown below. The ODU labels are ‘generic’ in terms of radio approvals; some products shipped will not have all the radio approvals shown, depending on their specific part number. Figure 1 Certification label on 5.4 GHz FCC/IC integrated ODUs Figure 2 Certification label on 5.4 GHz FCC/IC connectorized ODUs Figure 3 Certification label on 5.4 GHz ETSI/RoW integrated ODUsphn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 6
    • 3. Part numbers and product labels PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location Guide Figure 4 Certification label on 5.4 GHz ETSI/RoW connectorized ODUs Figure 5 Certification label on 5.8 GHz FCC/IC integrated ODUs Figure 6 Certification label on 5.8 GHz FCC/IC connectorized ODUsphn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 7
    • 3. Part numbers and product labels PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location Guide Figure 7 Certification label on 5.8 GHz ETSI/RoW integrated ODUs Figure 8 Certification label on 5.8 GHz ETSI/RoW connectorized ODUs Figure 9 Certification label on indoor PIDUphn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 8
    • 3. Part numbers and product labels PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location Guide Figure 10 Certification label on indoor PIDU (alternative layout) Figure 11 Certification label on outdoor LPUphn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 9
    • PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location Guide4. Installation and operating requirementsGeneral requirementsATEX regulatory environments Installation should be in accordance with the requirements of EN60079-14 as applicable.Hazloc regulatory environments Installation should be in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NEC) and relevant OSHA standard.Warnings Before installing these products, read 1 Important safety information.EIRP limitations for radio regulations All the PTP 600 Series radio products have to meet local radio regulations, whether or not the products are the ATEX/Hazloc approved versions. The local radio regulations do vary considerably around the world; Cambium provides a set of region codes or license keys to meet those requirements. Cambium PTP 600-ATEX/Hazloc Series radio products that are currently released operate in the 5.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz bands. These products are shown in Table 3 along with the EIRP limits applicable to the frequency band and region from the local radio regulations. Table 3 Radio regulatory EIRP limits for unlicensed 5 GHz bands Region EIRP limits at 5.4 GHz EIRP limits at 5.8 GHz USA 1 W maximum with ≥ 20 MHz No EIRP limit for point-to-point channel bandwidth. use. EIRP density limited to 50 mW/MHz. Europe 1 W maximum with ≥ 20 MHz 4 W maximum with ≥ 20 MHz channel bandwidth. channel bandwidth. EIRP density limited to EIRP density limited to 50 mW/MHz. 200 mW/MHz. See (*1). (*1) The radio regulations for this band are not harmonized across Europe. In general the limit is 4 W with an additional constraint of 200 mW/MHz. However, in some countries the total EIRP is limited to 2 W and in one country 200 W EIRP is allowed.phn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 10
    • 4. Installation and operating requirements PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location GuideRegulatory EIRP limits for hazardous locations The ATEX and Hazloc standards limit the EIRP as shown in Table 4. Table 4 EIRP limits from ATEX and Hazloc standards Gas group Typical gas type Maximum EIRP (Watt) ATEX Hazloc IIA D Propane 6 IIB C Ethylene 3.5 IIC B Hydrogen 2 IIC A Acetylene 2Overall EIRP Limits When installed and operating, the equipment EIRP transmitted has to comply with both the local radio regulations and the regulations for hazardous locations. From the above, it is clear that: • Operation at 5.4 GHz is limited to 1 W EIRP by the Local Radio Regulations. • Operation at 5.8 GHz is limited by: o The regulations for hazardous locations when deployed in the USA. o A combination of the two regulations when deployed in Europe.phn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 11
    • PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location Guide5. Installing integrated PTP 600 unitsPTP 54600-ATEX/Hazloc integrated All PTP54600-ATEX/Hazloc Series radio products shipped with integrated antennas will have the product set in the factory to a maximum EIRP of 1 W. At lower channel bandwidths than 20 MHz, the EIRP density regulation of 50 mW/MHz will be set as the default. There will be no facility provided for the installer or operator to increase the EIRP or EIRP density levels (the installer or operator will be allowed to set lower levels).PTP 58600-ATEX/Hazloc integrated All PTP58600-ATEX/Hazloc Series radio products shipped with integrated antennas will have the product set in the factory to a maximum EIRP of 2 W. The installer or operator will be allowed to contact Cambium and request an alternative region code to allow operation at higher EIRP levels for use in areas with ATEX gas groups IIA or IIB, or Hazloc gas groups C or D.CE-marked PTP 58600-ATEX/Hazloc devices The installer or operator will be allowed to use alternative region codes that provide higher EIRP levels up to the 6 W hazard limit. Table 5 specifies the maximum EIRPs supported for each gas group. Table 5 Overall EIRP limits for CE-marked PTP 58600-ATEX/Hazloc devices Gas group Maximum EIRP Notes (Watt) ATEX group IIA Hazloc group D 6W (*1) ATEX group IIB Hazloc group C 3.5 W (*1) ATEX group IIC Hazloc groups B 2W ATEX group IIC Hazloc groups A 2W (*1) The region code provided by Cambium will be country-specific and may limit this power to 2 W.FCC-marked PTP 58600-ATEX/Hazloc devices The installer or operator will be allowed use alternative region codes that provide higher EIRP levels up to the 6 W hazard limit. The maximum EIRPs supported will be as shown in Table 4.phn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 12
    • PTP 600 Series Hazardous Location Guide6. Installing connectorized PTP 600 unitsFactory-set power limits All PTP54600-ATEX/Hazloc and PTP58600-ATEX/Hazloc Series radio products shipped with a connector plate will have the product set in the factory to a power level that would provide maximum EIRP of 1 W if the unit had been fitted with an integrated antenna. At lower channel bandwidths than 20 MHz, the EIRP density regulation of 50 mW/MHz will be set as the default.Procedure for higher gain antennas When the device is installed with higher gain antennas, follow this procedure to set a safe and legal EIRP level: 1 Obtain from the supplier or Cambium the license key applicable to the required gas group. 2 Ensure that the antennas are not connected. 3 Power up the unit and display the Software License Key web page. Update the license key as described in Chapter 6 of the PTP 600 Series User Guide and reboot the unit as shown. 4 When the unit is again operational, display the Installation web page (see Chapter 6 of the PTP 600 Series User Guide). 5 Note the gain of the external antenna(s) being used. The PTP Series radio products are designed to operate with dual polarized (V+H) antennas. However, there are circumstances where two spatially diverse single polarization antennas are preferred. 6 Note the cable loss in dB of each of the coaxial cables connecting the antenna(s) to the ODU. Choose the median of the two values if there is any significant difference. 7 Go to Step 2 of the Installation Wizard and enter the noted values for antenna gain and cable loss. Select Submit Wireless Configuration to store the information and power off the unit. When the unit is next powered up, the maximum transmit power will be automatically set by the operating software to meet the ATEX/Hazloc limits for the appropriate gas group. For all PTP54600-ATEX/Hazloc connectorized devices and all CE-marked PTP58600- ATEX/Hazloc connectorized devices, it is still the responsibility of the installer to then follow the procedures in Chapter 6 of the PTP 600 Series User Guide to set the EIRP to meet the applicable radio regulations.phn-2527_001v000 (Feb 2012) Page 13