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Contents:

Copper:

 - What is the pin-out for Telect's 64 pin amphenol connector?​

Power:

 - How do I determine the stud and lug size for my Telect Power Panel?

 - 
What do the different 009-8005-0404X models mean?


 - What breaker does my power panel use?

 - Does Telect offer a 125V DC power panel?

 - What front-access GMT panels does Telect offer?

 - 
How can I hookup multiple power panel’s alarm pins to a single input?

Fiber:

 - What is the main difference between APC and UPC?


Racks:

 - What is the mounting hole spacing and/or dimensions for my EIA, WECO, or ETSI rack?

 - Does Telect have Zone 1 racks?


 - Can Telect support 23” mounting rails in a 24” DCR?

Other:

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Copper:

 - What is the pin-out for Telect's 64 pin amphenol connector?​

Telect uses industry standard wiring for it's 64-pin connector. The diagram of this pin-out can be found on this page


Power:

 - How do I determine the stud and lug size for my Telect Power Panel?

The easiest way to determine the lug and stud size for your Telect panel is to consult the datasheet for the panel. The datasheet should include the input, output, and ground stud sizes. If the datasheet does not give sufficient info, or you cannot find the datasheet, support.telect.com includes two pages that will help you find the information. The first page is the Stud Reference Chart. This chart lists different power panels and their stud size and spacing. The second chart is the Lug Reference Guide. This chart shows support lugs for each stud size and spacing. 

 - What do the different 009-8005-0404X models mean?

For these models the easiest thing to do is compare the models to the original 009-8005-0404.
 

  • 009-8005-0404: 4/5 TPA/GMT, 200A Inputs, -48/-24/+24V, 15A max GMT
  • 009-8005-0404G: Dual alarms instead of shared fuse fail alarm, supports 20A GMT fuses
  • 009-8005-0404J: Supports 20A GMT
  • 009-8005-0404L: Long, 25" Depth, more than 2x original depth
  • 009-8005-0404LR: Long, 25" Depth, with side mounting rails for DCR
  • 009-8005-0404LRC: Long, ROHS compliant
  • 009-8005-0404RC: ROHS compliant

 - What breaker does my power panel use?

Telect offers many different breaker kits for various breaker panels. In many of these cases, the breakers themselves are the same, and the kits just includes the faceplate specific to the power panel. To assist, here is a quick table showing what each main breaker panel can support, for 0-100A. For Larger double-pole and above, consult the panel’s datasheet:

 
 
Panel
Breaker Type #1
Breaker Type #2
009-6212-XXXX
090-0052-0XXX
 
350CB06
090-0052-0XXX
 
Demarcation Panels
090-0052-0XXX
 
600CB08
11XXXX
12XXXX/13XXXX
600CB10/CB12
11XXXX
12XXXX/13XXXX
007-0001-26XX
090-0052-1XXX
 
nrg600BT08
11XXXX
140XXX
nrg600BT10
147XXX
140XXX
nrgBDFB
11XXXX
 
 

 
For a more detailed look at the breakers for our non-monitored panels, please see this page on breakers.

 - Does Telect offer a 125V DC power panel?

Telect power panels will use either -48V, +/-24V, or both. None of our panels will currently support 125V DC


 - What front-access GMT panels does Telect offer?

 

Telect offers the following front-access GMT panels:
 

GMT05FA – 5/5 GMT, 50A per bus, 15A max GMT, 19”, 1RU, able to wall-mount

GMT10FA -10/10 GMT, 60A per bus, 20A max GMT, 23”, 1RU

HPGMT10FA – 10/10 GMT, 100A per bus, 20A max GMT, 19”, 2RU

HPGMT10FA-1RU – 10/10 GMT, 100A per bus, 20A max GMT, 23” 1RU
 

 - How can I hookup multiple power panel’s alarm pins to a single input?

Telect Power Panels use simple NC C NO alarm pins to transmit alarms. It is possible to tie together multiple panels from one alarm input, depending if NC/C or NO/C is being used. For a detailed diagram, see this article.  


Fiber:
 - What is the main difference between APC and UPC?
 

APC equals Angled Physical Contact, UPC equals Ultra Physical Contact. The APC has a 8 degree angle on the end where the UPC is straight. These two cannot be connected to each other as it causes poor performance since the fiber cores will not touch, and it can destroy both connectors.

Racks:

 - What is the mounting hole spacing and/or dimensions for my EIA, WECO, or ETSI rack?

EIA is the most common mounting size for Telect racks, and each RU is 1.75", with hole spacing alternating between 1.25" and .5". WECO uses 2" RU, with 1" between holes. ETSI uses 50mm RU, with 25mm hole spacing. For detailed diagrams of these mounting systems, see our article on the question


 - Does Telect have Zone 1 racks?

Telect will only test our racks to Zone 4 compliance. This means that we offer no actual Zone 1 racks, but any Zone 4 rack is compliant to Zone 1 as well.


 - Can Telect support 23” mounting rails in a 24” DCR?

No, a 24” DCR can only support 19” mounting. A 28” DCR can support 19” and 23” mounting. Here is a list of common mounting rails, and how they can be used:

DR-MRG: Used in 24” DCR for 19” mounting, 28” for 23” mounting – Tapped
DR-MRCG: Used in 24” DCR for 19” mounting, 28” for 23” mounting – Cage Nut
DR-MRG-A: Used in 28” DCR for 19” Mounting, Cannot be used in 24” DCR – Tapped
DR-MRCG-A: Used in 28” DCR for 19” Mounting, Cannot be used in 24” DCR – Cage Nut
DR-MRR: Used in 24” DCR for 19” Mounting, used in 28” DCR for both 19” and 23” – Tapped


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