In this article I will show how I connected the ETP48100-B1 power supply to Huawei MA5608T.
Huawei ETP48100-B1 is very powerful and heavier than similar models, it is 48V 50A, but from the minuses – batteries cannot be connected to it, that is, it does not have a UPS function.
First, I pulled out the PMU11A and turned off all DIPs, that is, set them up (usually the first two are on by default).
Then I crimped the cable, on the left side the usual ethernet crimp, I connected it to the CONSOLE/ESC port on the MCUD1 OLT MA5608T, and on the right I connected the crimp to the COM_OUT port on the PMU11A ETP48100-B1.
|1 (white-orange)||7 (white-brown)|
|2 (orange)||8 (brown)|
|4 (blue)||1 (white-orange)|
|5 (white-blue)||2 (orange)|
|6 (green)||4 (blue)|
I also changed the speed to 9600 by running the command on the OLT:
emu baudrate 9600
After that, I added emu (since all DIPs are turned off, we get subnode 0):
emu add 2 smu 0 0 "ixnfo.com"
Let’s see the status and make sure that the EMU state is normal:
display emu 2
After that, you can start setting up, the setting is similar to other power supplies, for example, see my articles:
Setting up ETP4830 A1 with Huawei OLT
Connecting and configuring EPS30-4815AF with Huawei MA5600