The present document specifies test methods and severities for verification of the required resistibility of equipment
according to the relevant environmental class.
The tests defined in the present document apply to the use of equipment installed permanently or temporarily in ground
vehicles and cover the vehicles and the environmental conditions stated in ETSI EN 300 019-1-5 [1].
The tests cover installations in vehicles powered by electric motors and combustion engines. Applications in
combustion engine compartments are excluded.

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The present document describes the principles for powering of Telecommunications Equipment (TE) in access
networks (both traditional copper based and Next Generation fibre and/or hybrid based) and contains requirements for
the powering systems, laying down:
• the characteristics of the input and output interfaces of the power units; the recommendations for TE power
protection, also regarding network integrity and public services availability requirements;
• the management data, necessary to guarantee the required availability of the network and provided public
services and to ensure the maintenance of the TE power units.
The present document takes into account the innovative characteristics of fibre-based access network equipment, for
which the intrinsic limitation of the local power plants should be considered regarding the equipment installed inside
telecom centre or local exchanges or installed in streets or inside buildings: it goes from "complete integration of the
power plant in the TE" to "remote power feeding from a distant power plant".
The present document provides detailed information in annex A on the improved reliability of public electric power grid
and on the improved reliability and availability of new fibre-based NGA network. It should be considered that, for street
cabinet TE, the local power scenario is common and, in that case, the main power supply availability characteristics are
mainly based on electrical energy provider's performance.
The present document applies to the powering of all equipment of the access network (copper, fibre or radio networks)
located inside or outside telecommunications centres or local exchanges, differentiating the applicable and sustainable
power protection requirements. The access network is defined as the part of the telecommunications network, which
comprises the network termination (passive or active) that is installed inside customer premises and the first exchange
that can be also the broadband local exchange.
As innovative fibre-based and hybrid-based NGA network TE are changing the traditional powering paradigm, the
present document proposes the viable measures to comply with the integrity, availability and uninterrupted
telephone/VoIP provision that European regulatory defines for public networks [i.18].
The present document describes different configurations of powering the TE and the impacts on networks and services
continuity and reliability:
• Local power supply for TE (e.g. street cabinet, active network termination, etc.).
• Remote Feeding to TE from central office through copper access pair.
• Cluster Power supply feeding power for a cluster of TE.
• Remote power feeding to TE from centre or cluster power through a power cable.
• Back feeding or Reverse Powering architecture that can supply power to Access Network Units such as ONU
or ONT or remote DSL unit from the customer premises through its final distribution access copper pair.

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The present document specifies test severities and methods for the verification of the required resistibility of equipment
according to the relevant environmental class.
The tests in the present document apply to stationary use of equipment at weatherprotected locations covering the
environmental conditions stated in ETSI EN 300 019-1-3 [1].

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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 8 kHz wideband VoIP loudspeaking and hands-free terminals; it addresses all types of IP based terminals, including wireless, softphones and group audio terminals. DECT terminals are covered in ETSI EN 300 175-8 [i.6] and ETSI EN 300 176-2 [i.7]. In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user. In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account further quality parameters as perceived by the user. NOTE: The present document does not concern headset terminals.

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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 3,4 kHz narrowband VoIP handset and headset terminals; it addresses all types of IP based terminals, including wireless and soft phones. DECT terminals are covered in ETSI EN 300 175-8 [i.6] and ETSI EN 300 176-2 [i.7]. In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user. In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 8 kHz wideband VoIP handset and headset terminals; it addresses all types of IP based terminals, including wireless and soft phones. DECT terminals are covered in ETSI EN 300 175-8 [i.9] and ETSI EN 300 176-2 [i.10]. In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user. In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for narrowband VoIP loudspeaking and hands-free terminals; it addresses all types of IP based terminals, including wireless, softphones and group audio terminals. DECT terminals are covered in ETSI EN 300 175-8 [i.6] and ETSI EN 300 176-2 [i.7]. In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user. In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account further quality parameters as perceived by the user. NOTE: The present document does not concern headset terminals.

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The present document specifies test methods and severities for verification of the required resistibility of equipment
according to the relevant environmental class.
The tests defined in the present document apply to stationary use at underground locations covering the environmental
conditions stated in ETSI EN 300 019-1-8 [1].

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The present document contains requirements and measurements methods for the physical interface "A" that is situated
between the power supply system(s) and the power consuming ICT equipment.
The nominal voltage at power interface "A" of ICT equipment defined in the present document is DC voltage -48 V.
The DC power can be supplied by a DC output power system (e.g. based on AC rectifiers on grid or DC/DC converters on
solar system, fuel cell, DC engine or fuel cell generator) and also directly supplied by a battery backup in this DC power
system. The purpose of the present document is to use a power supply system with the same characteristics for all ICT
equipment defined in the area of application:
- to facilitate inter working of different types of load units;
- to facilitate the standardization of ICT equipment;
- to facilitate the installation, operation and maintenance in the same network of ICT equipment and systems
from different origins.
The present document aims at providing electrical compatibility between the power supply equipment and the power
consuming ICT equipment, between different system blocks and loads connected to the same power supply feeding the
interface "A" (e.g. control/monitoring, cooling system, etc.).
The requirements are defined for:
- the power supply input of any type of ICT equipment installed at telecommunication centres that are connected
to interface "A" powered by DC;
- any type of ICT equipment, installed in access networks and customers' premises, the DC interface "A" of
which is also used by equipment requiring a DC supply source;
- any type of ICT equipment powered by DC, used in the fixed and mobile networks installed in different
locations such as buildings, shelters, street cabinets.
Disturbances on the power supply interface "A" relating to the continuous wave phenomena below 20 kHz are covered
within the present document.
The present document does not cover safety requirements, they are covered by relevant safety standards.
The present document does not cover EMC requirements, they are covered by relevant EMC standards.
NOTE: Annex B gives guidance on -60 VDC supply systems.

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The present document defines measurement and monitoring of power, energy and environmental parameters for ICT equipment in telecommunications or datacenter or customer premises.
It defines the power, energy and environmental parameters monitoring interface of ICT equipment based on generic ETSI ES 202 336-1 [1] interface so that correlations can be made with ICT equipment parameters (traffic, flowrate, number of connected lines, radio setting, QoS KPI, etc.) in the network management system.
Correlations of monitored data (power, energy consumption and environmental values) with the ICT equipment parameters and settings are not in the scope of the present document.
The monitoring interface covers:
• Internal power consumption measurement on the ICT equipment powered in DC and AC.
• Power consumption measurement external to the ICT equipment (if not implemented internally, e.g. legacy equipment).
• Energy metering based on power consumption measurement.
• Environmental parameters of the ICT equipment (e.g. temperature at air inlet of equipment). The present document defines:
• The minimum set of exchanged information required at the interface, including parameters such as measurement type (e.g. RMS), accuracy, range, etc. and settings such as data acquisition and transmission period, etc. This includes the data preparation, recording and transmission functions.
• The testing method of some parameters and functions.
• Text tables in annexes A and B with data exchange described in "natural language".
• The XML files with tags and variables corresponding to the data in the tables of annexes A and B in complement to general rules defined in ETSI ES 202 336-1 [1] and ETSI ES 202 336-2 [3].

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The present document specifies test methods and severities for verification of the required resistibility of equipment
according to the relevant environmental class.
The tests defined in the present document apply to stationary use of equipment at non-weatherprotected locations
covering the environmental conditions stated in ETSI EN 300 019-1-4 [1].

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The present document will provide speech transmission performance requirements for narrowband VoIP loudspeaking
and hands-free terminals; it addresses all types of IP based terminals, including wireless, softphones and group audio
terminals.
In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user.
In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
further quality parameters as perceived by the user.
NOTE: The present document does not concern headset terminals.

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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 8 kHz wideband VoIP loudspeaking
and hands-free terminals; it addresses all types of IP based terminals, including wireless, softphones and group audio
terminals.
In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user.
In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
further quality parameters as perceived by the user.
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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 4 kHz narrowband VoIP handset and
headset terminals; it addresses all types of IP based terminals, including wireless and soft phones.
In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user.
In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
further quality parameters as perceived by the user.
It is the intention of the present document to describe terminal performance parameters in such way that the remaining
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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 8 kHz wideband VoIP handset and
headset terminals; it addresses all types of IP based terminals, including wireless and soft phones.
In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user.
In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
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The present document specifies test severities and methods for verification of the required resistibility of equipment
according to the relevant environmental class.
The tests defined in the present document apply to storage of equipment covering the environmental conditions stated in
ETSI EN 300 019-1-1 [1].

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The present document specifies test severities and methods for verification of the required resistibility of equipment
according to the relevant environmental class.
The tests defined in the present document apply to transportation of equipment covering the environmental conditions
stated in ETSI EN 300 019-1-2 [1].

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This document applies to the interface of equipment designed and intended to be connected
as a communication terminal to an information and communication technology (ICT)
network termination.
This document does not apply to:
• equipment covered by IEC 62368-1; and
• interfaces to other networks.
NOTE 1 An example of ‘other networks’ is a dedicated Home and Building Electronic Systems/Building
Automation and Control Systems HBES/BACS network covered by EN 50491-3.
This document specifies the safety requirements of the interface to the ICT network only.
NOTE 2 See Annex D.
Requirements additional to those specified in this document may be necessary for
• equipment intended for operation while exposed, for example, to extremes of temperature,
to excessive dust, moisture, or vibration, to flammable gases, to corrosive or explosive
atmospheres,
• electro medical applications with physical connections to the patient.
The following requirements are not covered by this document:
• functional safety of equipment;
• functional reliability of equipment;
• communication facilities with remote supply using hazardous voltage;
• protection of equipment connected to ICT networks from functional damage.

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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 8 kHz wideband VoIP loudspeaking
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terminals.
In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user.
In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
further quality parameters as perceived by the user.
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The present document will provide speech transmission performance requirements for narrowband VoIP loudspeaking
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terminals.
In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
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In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
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The present document will provide speech transmission performance requirements for narrowband VoIP loudspeaking
and hands-free terminals; it addresses all types of IP based terminals, including wireless, softphones and group audio
terminals.
In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
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In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 8 kHz wideband VoIP loudspeaking
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terminals.
In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
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In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 8 kHz wideband VoIP handset and
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In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
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In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 4 kHz narrowband VoIP handset and
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In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user.
In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
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It is the intention of the present document to describe terminal performance parameters in such way that the remaining
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The present document contains requirements and measurements methods for the physical interface that is situated
between the power supply system(s) and the power consuming telecommunications and datacom (ICT) equipment; this
point is called interface "A" as defined in clause 4.
The purpose of the present document is to use a power supply system with the same characteristics for all
telecommunications and datacom (ICT) equipment defined in the area of application:
- to facilitate inter working of different (types of) load units;
- to facilitate the standardization of telecommunications and datacom (ICT) equipment;
- to facilitate the installation, operation and maintenance in the same network of telecommunications and
datacom (ICT) equipment and systems from different origins.
The present document aims at providing electrical compatibility between the power supply equipment and the power
consuming telecommunications and datacom (ICT) equipment, and also between different system blocks connected to
the same power supply.
The requirements are defined for:
- the output of the power supply equipment or power supply installation of telecommunications centres
providing power at the interface "A";
- the power supply input of any type of telecommunications and datacom (ICT) equipment installed at
telecommunication centres that are connected to interface "A" powered by DC;
- any type of telecommunications and datacom (ICT) equipment, installed in access networks and
customers' premises, the DC interface "A" of which is also used by equipment requiring a supply to the present
document.
- any type of telecommunication and datacom (ICT) equipment powered by DC, used in the fixed and mobile
networks installed in different locations as building, shelter, street cabinet.
Disturbances on the power supply interface "A" relating to the continuous wave phenomena below 20 kHz are covered
within the present document.
The present document does not cover safety requirements, they are covered by relevant safety standards.
The present document does not cover EMC requirements, they are covered by relevant EMC standards.
NOTE 1: The present document is applicable only to -48 VDC power supply interfaces. However, during a
transitional period, other DC voltages may be used in existing installations. Annex B gives guidance on
working in conjunction with existing -60 VDC supply systems.
NOTE 2: The DC voltage at interface "A" may be derived from the AC primary supply. The DC supply may
incorporate a backup battery

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The present document covers the EMC requirements for non-radio equipment intended to be used within a public telecommunications network, which provides telecommunications between Network Termination Points (NTPs) (i.e. excluding terminal equipment beyond the NTPs). Examples of such equipment are:
• Switching equipment. Such equipment includes:
- local telephone exchanges;
- remote switching concentrators;
- international switches;
- telex switches;
- network packet switches;
- base station controllers, radio network controllers;
- network servers and gateways.
• Non-radio transmission equipment and ancillary equipment. Such equipment includes:
- multiplexers;
- line equipment and repeaters, e.g. equipment for:
􀀀 Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH);
􀀀 Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy (PDH);
􀀀 Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM);
such as:
􀀀 Digital Cross Connect systems;
􀀀 network terminations;
􀀀 transmission equipment used in the access network like xDSL.
• Power supply equipment. Such equipment includes:
- central power plant;
- end of suite power supplies;
- uninterruptible power supplies;
- stabilized AC power supplies; and
- other dedicated telecommunication network power supplies;
but excludes equipment which is uniquely associated with or integrated in other equipment.
• Supervisory equipment. Such equipment includes:
- network management equipment;
- operator access maintenance equipment;
- traffic measurement systems;
- line test units;
- functional test units.
NOTE: The function of supervision may either be performed by independent equipment or form part of other telecommunication network equipment. If the function of supervision forms part of a telecommunication network equipment, the performance may be evaluated simultaneously with other functions (such as switching and transmission) during EMC testing.
• Data centre equipment which is intended to be used within telecommunication network infrastructure:
- Storage.
- Processor.
- Server.
The environmental classification locations used in the present document refers to ETSI TR 101 651 [i.22].
The requirements of the present document have been selected to ensure an adequate level of immunity for the apparatus
covered by the scope of the present document. The levels do not, however, cover extreme cases which may occur at any location but with a low probability of occurrence. In special cases, situations may arise where the levels of disturbance may exceed the immunity test levels specified in the present document. In these instances, special mitigation measures may have to be employed.
General purpose equipment, which is used as a part of a telecommunication network, may be covered by the scope of other standards. For such equipment, if those other standards fully cover the requirements of the present document, no further assessment is necessary. Equipment which also fall within the scope of CENELEC EN 50083-2 [3] may require additional testing on the relevant RF ports. See clause 9.2 and annex D.
Equipment may provide different functions, i.e. switching equipment may also provide transmission functions and transmission equipment may provide storage capabilities etc. All available functions of the EUT are to be tested.

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The present document provides speech transmission performance requirements for 8 kHz wideband VoIP loudspeaking
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terminals.
In contrast to other standards which define minimum performance requirements it is the intention of the present
document to specify terminal equipment requirements which enable manufacturers and service providers to enable good
quality end-to-end speech performance as perceived by the user.
In addition to basic testing procedures, the present document describes advanced testing procedures taking into account
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The present document specifies test methods and severities for verification of the required resistibility of equipment
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The tests defined in the present document apply to stationary use of equipment at non-weatherprotected locations
covering the environmental conditions stated in ETSI EN 300 019-1-4 [1].

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The present document specifies test severities and methods for the verification of the required resistibility of equipment
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The tests in the present document apply to stationary use of equipment at weatherprotected locations covering the
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The present document defines measurement and monitoring of power, energy and environmental parameters for ICT
equipment in telecommunications or datacenter or customer premises.
It defines the power, energy and environmental parameters monitoring interface of ICT equipment based on generic
ETSI ES 202 336-1 [1] interface so that correlations can be made with ICT equipment parameters (traffic, flowrate,
number of connected lines, radio setting, QoS KPI, etc.) in the network management system.
Correlations of monitored data (power, energy consumption and environmental values) with the ICT equipment
parameters and settings are not in the scope of the present document.
The monitoring interface covers:
• Internal power consumption measurement on the ICT equipment powered in DC and AC.
• Power consumption measurement external to the ICT equipment (if not implemented internally, e.g. legacy
equipment).
• Energy metering based on power consumption measurement.
• Environmental parameters of the ICT equipment (e.g. temperature at air inlet of equipment).
The present document defines:
• The minimum set of exchanged information required at the interface, described in "natural language" in text
tables including parameters such as precision, range, etc. and settings such as data acquisition periodicity, etc.
• The XML files with tags and variables corresponding to the data in the tables in complement to general rules
defined in ETSI ES 202 336-1 [1] and ETSI ES 202 336-2 [4].

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The present document applies to earthing and bonding of ICT equipment operating with DC voltage defined in ETSI
EN 300 132-2 [i.9], in order to facilitate the installation, operation and maintenance of equipment.
It also co-ordinates with the pre-conditions of the installation to achieve the following targets:
- safety from electrical hazards;
- reliable signal reference;
- satisfactory Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) performance.
The specification of ICT equipment and of the pre-conditions of installation are subject to agreement of the parties (e.g.
the supplier and the purchaser) and the procedure to achieve agreement is covered by annex A of the present document.
The present document does not cover safety and EMC aspects of the equipment. Those aspects are covered by other
relevant standards.
The present document does not apply to the installation of ICT equipment in locations other than telecommunication
and data centres, e.g. ICT equipment within a customer's building, including subscriber line termination.
NOTE: Earthing and bonding of equipment installed in locations other than telecommunication and data centres
is covered by CENELEC EN 50310 [i.6].

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The new WI should detail requirements for subracks for use in harmonized racks/cabinets, as described in EN 300 119 7  [6]. The subrack will normally be supplied as a fully assembled structure, unequipped, partially equipped or fully equipped with plug-in units, etc.

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Harmonization of dimensions for mounting flanges and doors of 300mm and 600mm deep ETSI racks based on EN 300 119-2 and -3. Further improvement for cable duct access, cable management, installation and thermal management is proposed. The NWI takes the new standard IEC 60917-2-5 Annex A1 and A2 into account. A new part 6 should be produced for the series EN 300 119.

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The present document specifies test severities and methods for verification of the required resistibility of equipment
according to the relevant environmental class.
The tests defined in the present document apply to storage of equipment covering the environmental conditions stated in
EN 300 019-1-1 [1].

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The present document describes the principles for powering of Telecommunications Equipment (TE) in access networks and contains requirements for the powering systems, laying down:
• the characteristics of the input and output interfaces of the power units;
• the power back-up conditions for TE including a power unit;
• the management data, necessary to guarantee the availability of the service and to ensure the maintenance of the power units.
The present document takes into account the characteristics of access network equipment for which the limits of responsibility in the installation or design of the power plants are very different than for equipment of telecom centre: it goes from "complete integration of the power plant in the TE" to "remote power feeding from a distant power plant". The present document applies to the powering of all equipment of the access network (copper, fibre or radio networks) located outside telecommunications centres. The access network is defined as the part of the telecommunications
network, which comprises the customer terminal installation and the first exchange (switching unit). The customer terminal and the switching unit are excluded from the application field of the present document. The present document describes different configurations of powering the TE:
• Local power supply for TE.
• Remote Feeding to TE from centre through copper access pair.
• Cluster Power supply feeding power for a cluster of TE.
• Back feeding or Reverse Powering architecture that can supply power to Access Network Units such as ONU or ONT or remote DSL unit from the customer premises through its final distribution access copper pair.

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The purpose of the present document is to define a class of environmental conditions and their severities to which equipment may be exposed. Only severe conditions, which may be harmful to the equipment, are included. The severities specified are those which will have a low probability of being exceeded; generally less than 1 %. The present document applies to equipment mounted for stationary use including periods of erection work, down time, maintenance and repair at non-weatherprotected locations defined in clause 5.

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The present document defines classes of environmental conditions and their severities to which telecommunication equipment may be exposed during storage. The severities specified are those which will have a low probability of being exceeded; generally less than 1 %.
NOTE 1: Temporary storage during transport is included in part 1-2: Transportation.
NOTE 2: If the equipment is stored in its package, the environmental conditions apply to the packaged equipment.

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The present document defines classes of environmental conditions and their severities to which telecommunication equipment may be exposed. The severities specified are those which will have a low probability of being exceeded; generally less than 1 %. The present document applies to equipment mounted for stationary use including periods of erection work, down time, maintenance and repair at weatherprotected locations defined in clause 5.

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The present document defines classes of environmental conditions and their severities to which telecommunication equipment may be exposed. The severities specified are those which will have a low probability of being exceeded; generally less than 1 %. The present document applies to equipment being transported from one place to another after being made ready for dispatch from the manufacturer's works. The most commonly used methods of transportation have been taken into account, i.e. ground, water and air transport. Loading and unloading as well as temporary storage, have been included. Where the equipment is packaged the environmental conditions apply to the packaged equipment. NOTE: Normal transportation time is considered to be 30 days or less. Where the total transportation time exceeds 30 days then additional storage or packaging precautions should be considered.

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The present document applies to earthing and bonding of ICT equipment installed in data and telecom centres and similar installations operating within the normal service voltage range up to 400 VDC defined in EN 300 132-3-1 [1]. Earthing and bonding network of the building (CBN), the bonding network of the equipment (SRPP), and the interconnection between these two networks are treated in the present document. It contributes to the standardization of telecommunication and datacom equipment installation.
It also co-ordinates with the pre-conditions of the installation to achieve the following targets:
- safety from electrical hazards;
- continuity of service requiring:
- reliable signal reference;
- satisfactory Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) performance.
The present document defines earthing and bonding configuration down to the equipment level in order to facilitate the installation, operation and maintenance of data and telecom centres in data and telecom buildings or similar installations independent of the equipment supplier. The specification of ICT equipment and of the pre-conditions of installation is subject to agreement of the parties (e.g. the supplier and the purchaser). Annex A can be used in the procedure to achieve an agreement. The present document does not cover safety and EMC aspects of the equipment. Those aspects are covered by other relevant standards. The present document applies to the installation of ICT equipment in data and telecom centres. The present document may also be applicable for ICT equipment in other locations, e.g.:
- street cabinet;
- container;
- subscriber's building;
- BTS.

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The present document specifies test methods and severities for verification of the required resistibility of equipment according to the relevant environmental class. The tests defined in the present document apply to stationary use of equipment at non-weatherprotected locations covering the environmental conditions stated in EN 300 019-1-4 [1].

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The present document specifies test severities and methods for verification of the required resistibility of equipment according to the relevant environmental class. The tests defined in the present document apply to transportation of equipment covering the environmental conditions stated in EN 300 019-1-2 [1].

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The present document specifies test severities and methods for the verification of the required resistibility of equipment according to the relevant environmental class. The tests in the present document apply to stationary use of equipment at weatherprotected locations covering the environmental conditions stated in EN 300 019-1-3 [1].

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The present document applies to monitoring and control of AC inverter power systems for telecommunication equipment supply using 48 Vdc or 400 Vdc input. The present document does not apply to inverters included in UPS which are covered in ES 202 336-3 [i.8]. The back-up battery connected to the inverter power system is outside the scope of the present document; they are covered in the standard dealing with the control and monitoring of DC system (ES 202 336-2 [i.7]). The present document defines:
-The monitored and controlled AC inverter power system architectures.
-The minimum set of exchanged information required at the interface, described in "natural language" in text tables.
-The XML files with tags and variables corresponding to the data in the tables.

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The present document covers the EMC requirements for non-radio equipment intended to be used within a public telecommunications network, which provides telecommunications between Network Termination Points (NTPs) (i.e. excluding terminal equipment beyond the NTPs). Examples of such equipment are:
Switching equipment. Such equipment includes:
- local telephone exchanges;
- remote switching concentrators;
- international switches;
- telex switches;
- network packet switches;
- base station controllers, radio network controllers;
- network servers and gateways.
Non-radio transmission equipment and ancillary equipment. Such equipment includes:
- multiplexers;
- line equipment and repeaters, e.g. equipment for:
_ Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH);
_ Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy (PDH);
_ Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM);
such as:
_ Digital Cross Connect systems;
_ network terminations;
_ transmission equipment used in the access network like xDSL.
Power supply equipment. Such equipment includes:
- central power plant;
- end of suite power supplies;
- uninterruptible power supplies;
- stabilized AC power supplies; and
- other dedicated telecommunication network power supplies;
but excludes equipment which is uniquely associated with or integrated in other equipment.
Supervisory equipment. Such equipment includes:
- network management equipment;
- operator access maintenance equipment;
- traffic measurement systems;
- line test units;
- functional test units.
The function of supervision may either be performed by independent equipment or form part of other telecommunication network equipment. If the function of supervision forms part of a telecommunication network equipment, the performance may be evaluated simultaneously with other functions (such as switching and transmission) during EMC testing. The environmental classification locations used in the present document refers to TR 101 651 [i.22]. The requirements of the present document have been selected to ensure an adequate level of immunity for the apparatus covered by the scope of the present document. The levels do not, however, cover extreme cases which may occur at any location but with a low probability of occurrence. In special cases, situations may arise where the levels of disturbance may exceed the immunity test levels specified in the present document. In these instances, special mitigation measures may have to be employed. General purpose equipment, which is used as a part of a telecommunication network, may be covered by the scope of other standards. For such equipment, if those other standards fully cover the requirements of the present document, no further assessment is necessary. Equipment for cabled distribution systems intended only for television and sound signals as defined in EN 50083-2 [3] and optical amplifiers as defined in ITU-T Recommendations G.661 [i.6] and G.662 [i.7] are outside the scope of the present document. Equipment may provide different functions, i.e. switching equipment may also provide transmission functions and transmission equipment may provide storage capabilities etc. All available functions of the EUT are to be tested.

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to revise the EN300019-2-2 to: -Correct the reference basic standard for the free fall tests Align the requirement for “free fall” test with Telcordia GR63 issue 3

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Scope of this work item is to revise the EN300753 to: -align it with the latest ISO 7779 standard (there are inconsistencies in clause 6 of EN300753) to include references on the National regulations on acoustic noise in Annex B for open air outdoor equipment

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To prepare a new version of EN 300 132-2 taking in to account the related contributions presented and discussed during the EE#31, EE#32 and EE#33 meetings and contributions/proposals forwarded by correspondence two months before EE#34. Clarify the equipments covered by EN 300 132-2 and the applicability of EN 300 132-2 on equipment not located in telecom centers: Street cabinet, shelters selecting which requirement of the standard are applicable at this installation.

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The present document covers the EMC requirements for non-radio equipment intended to be used within a public telecommunications network, which provides telecommunications between Network Termination Points (NTPs) (i.e. excluding terminal equipment beyond the NTPs). Examples of such equipment are:
• Switching equipment. Such equipment includes:
- local telephone exchanges;
- remote switching concentrators;
- international switches;
- telex switches;
- network packet switches;
- base station controllers, radio network controllers;
- network servers and gateways.
• Non-radio transmission equipment and ancillary equipment. Such equipment includes:
- multiplexers;
- line equipment and repeaters, e.g. equipment for:
_ Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH);
_ Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy (PDH);
_ Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM);
such as:
_ Digital Cross Connect systems;
_ network terminations;
_ transmission equipment used in the access network like xDSL.
• Power supply equipment. Such equipment includes:
- central power plant;
- end of suite power supplies;
- uninterruptible power supplies;
- stabilized AC power supplies; and
- other dedicated telecommunication network power supplies;
but excludes equipment which is uniquely associated with or integrated in other equipment.
• Supervisory equipment. Such equipment includes:
- network management equipment;
- operator access maintenance equipment;
- traffic measurement systems;
- line test units;
- functional test units.
The function of supervision may either be performed by independent equipment or form part of other telecommunication network equipment. If the function of supervision forms part of a telecommunication network equipment, the performance may be evaluated simultaneously with other functions (such as switching and transmission) during EMC testing. The environmental classification locations used in the present document refers to TR 101 651 [i.23]. The requirements of the present document have been selected to ensure an adequate level of immunity for the apparatus covered by the scope of the present document. The levels do not, however, cover extreme cases which may occur at any location but with a low probability of occurrence. In special cases, situations may arise where the levels of disturbance may exceed the immunity test levels specified in the present document. In these instances, special mitigation measures may have to be employed. General purpose equipment, which is used as a part of a telecommunication network, may be covered by the scope of other standards. For such equipment, if those other standards fully cover the requirements of the present document, no further assessment is necessary. Equipment for cabled distribution systems intended only for television and sound signals as defined in EN 50083-2 [3] and optical amplifiers as defined in ITU-T Recommendations G.661 [i.6] and G.662 [i.7] are outside the scope of the present document. Equipment may provide different functions, i.e. switching equipment may also provide transmission functions and transmission equipment may provide storage capabilities etc. All available functions of the EUT shall be tested.

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The present document details requirements for miscellaneous racks and cabinets supplied unequipped. The miscellaneous racks/cabinets shall be used for housing telecommunication equipment forming part of a public telecommunication network installed either on the public telecommunication operators' sites or in the premises of operator's customers. The miscellaneous racks/cabinets shall be able to accommodate various equipments, e.g. subracks (see EN 300 119-4 [3]) and shall have provision for doors or covers.

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