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  BBU 6201 Maintenance MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS 2/1541-LZA 701 6009 Uen G  Copyright  © Ericsson AB 2010–2014. All rights reserved. No part of this document may bereproduced in any form without the written permission of the copyright owner. Disclaimer The contents of this document are subject to revision without notice due tocontinued progress in methodology, design and manufacturing. Ericsson shallhave no liability for any error or damage of any kind resulting from the useof this document. Trademark List All trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.These are shown in the document Trademark Information. 2/1541-LZA 701 6009 Uen G | 2014-06-04  Contents Contents 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Target Groups 1 2 Prerequisites 1 2.1 Documentation 12.2 Tools 12.3 Conditions 2 3 Health and Safety Information 34 Maintenance 4 4.1 Preventive Maintenance 44.2 Detaching and Attaching BBU Covers 44.3 Switching On and Off 54.4 General Guidelines 6 5 Replacing Units 6 5.1 Replacing Battery Strings 65.2 Replacing Temperature Sensors 9 6 Concluding Routines 10 6.1 Site Check 106.2 Environment 10 7 Spare Parts 11Glossary 13Reference List 15 2/1541-LZA 701 6009 Uen G | 2014-06-04  BBU 6201 Maintenance2/1541-LZA 701 6009 Uen G | 2014-06-04  Prerequisites 1 Introduction This document describes how to maintain and replace units in a BBU 6201,a variant model of the Battery Backup Unit (BBU). 1.1 Target Groups This document is for the personnel involved in the site installation engineeringprocess and those responsible for the operation and maintenance of RBS sites. 2 Prerequisites This section contains information about the documentation, tools, andconditions required for maintenance. 2.1 Documentation Ensure that the following documents are read and understood:•  Personal Health and Safety Information  •  System Safety Information  See Reference List on page 15 for more required documents. 2.2 Tools The table below shows the required maintenance tools.1 2/1541-LZA 701 6009 Uen G | 2014-06-04
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