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Installation

Follow this simple installation procedure. Make sure to respect proper grounding:,
1. Place the OP5700 on a shelf, desktop, or install in a traditional rack
2. Connect the power cable to the nearest power outlet
3. Connect the ground screw as described in the

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“CONNECTING THE GROUND SCREW” section
4. Connect the blue RJ45 cable to the Ethernet port on the OP5700 and connect to the same network used by the host PC.

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OPAL-RT strongly recommends the use of anti-static wrist straps whenever handling any electronic device provided by OPAL-RT.

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Disconnect power before servicing.

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OPAL-RT simulators and hardware devices may be subjected to electromagnetic interference (EMI) when

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installed in proximity to other devices. Make sure to connect the

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ground to the rack or strong earth to prevent any EMI related damage to the simulator.

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Connecting the Ground Screw

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Note: Synchronization cables are not required between an OP5707 and remote I/O chassis connected via MuSE since the synchronization link is integrated into the MuSe link.


Connecting the USB

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Cable


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The USB(A)-USB(B) cable is required only to reprogram the FPGA using the JTAG port when programming has been lost or damaged. Contact Technical Support for all FPGA programming issues.



Connect one end to a Windows PC USB port and the other end to the USB JTAG port on the OPAL-RT simulator, then follow the technical support representative’s instructions to reprogram the FPGA.

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