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SMU02B V200R001C00

User Manual

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About This Document


Purpose
This document describes the network diagram, performance specifications, liquid crystal display (LCD) screen and web user interface operations, installation, and troubleshooting of the SMU02B.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:

Sales engineers Technical support engineers Maintenance engineers

Symbol Conventions
The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows. Symbol Description Alerts you to a high risk hazard that could, if not avoided, result in serious injury or death. Alerts you to a medium or low risk hazard that could, if not avoided, result in moderate or minor injury. Alerts you to a potentially hazardous situation that could, if not avoided, result in equipment damage, data loss, performance deterioration, or unanticipated results. Provides a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time. Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points in the main text.

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Change History
Changes between document issues are cumulative. The latest document issue contains all the changes made in earlier issues.

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This issue is used for first office application (FOA).

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Contents
About This Document .................................................................................................................... ii 1 Overview......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Description ....................................................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Network Diagram ............................................................................................................................................. 1 1.3 Feature .............................................................................................................................................................. 4 1.4 Function ........................................................................................................................................................... 5

2 Panel and Ports .............................................................................................................................. 7 3 Installation.................................................................................................................................... 10


3.1 Safety Precautions .......................................................................................................................................... 10 3.2 Installing an SMU02B .................................................................................................................................... 10 3.3 Replacing an SMU02B................................................................................................................................... 10

4 LCD User Interface ..................................................................................................................... 11 5 Web User Interface...................................................................................................................... 13


5.1 Preparation Before Logging ........................................................................................................................... 13 5.2 Logging .......................................................................................................................................................... 17 5.3 Web pages ...................................................................................................................................................... 17

6 Power System Configuration .................................................................................................... 26


6.1 Basic Parameters about VRLA Batteries ........................................................................................................ 26 6.2 Communications Parameters .......................................................................................................................... 30

7 VRLA Battery Management ...................................................................................................... 33


7.1 Battery Charging ............................................................................................................................................ 33 7.1.1 Float Charging....................................................................................................................................... 33 7.1.2 Boost Charging Overview ..................................................................................................................... 35 7.1.3 Automatic Boost Charging .................................................................................................................... 37 7.1.4 Cyclic Boost Charging .......................................................................................................................... 39 7.1.5 Pre-boost Charging ............................................................................................................................... 41 7.1.6 Manual Boost Charging ........................................................................................................................ 45 7.2 Battery Current Limiting ................................................................................................................................ 47 7.3 Battery Test .................................................................................................................................................... 49 7.3.1 General Configuration........................................................................................................................... 49

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7.3.2 Standard Test ......................................................................................................................................... 52 7.3.3 Short Test .............................................................................................................................................. 54 7.3.4 Mains Failure Test ................................................................................................................................. 56 7.3.5 Cyclic Test............................................................................................................................................. 58 7.3.6 Planned Test .......................................................................................................................................... 60 7.3.7 Battery Test Record ............................................................................................................................... 62 7.4 Battery Temperature Compensation ............................................................................................................... 64 7.5 Battery High Temperature Protection ............................................................................................................. 66 7.6 Low Voltage Disconnection Protection .......................................................................................................... 69 7.7 Battery Imbalance Detection .......................................................................................................................... 74 7.7.1 Middle Voltage Detection for a Battery String ...................................................................................... 74 7.7.2 Battery String Current Imbalance Detection ......................................................................................... 76 7.8 Battery Capacity Calculation.......................................................................................................................... 76 7.9 Intelligent Battery Hibernation ....................................................................................................................... 81

8 Rectifier Management ................................................................................................................ 85


8.1 Rectifier Power-on/off Control....................................................................................................................... 85 8.2 Rectifier Output Voltage and Current Limits.................................................................................................. 87 8.3 Rectifier Overvoltage Protection (Optional) .................................................................................................. 88 8.4 Rectifier Walk-in (Optional)........................................................................................................................... 91 8.5 Sequential Rectifier Startup (Optional) .......................................................................................................... 92

9 Energy Conservation Management ......................................................................................... 94


9.1 Intelligent Rectifier Hibernation .................................................................................................................... 94 9.2 Peak Shifting Power Consumption ................................................................................................................. 97 9.3 Peak Clipping Power Consumption ............................................................................................................. 101

10 Temperature Control Management ..................................................................................... 105


10.1 Direct-cooling Unit .................................................................................................................................... 105 10.1.1 Monitoring Information .................................................................................................................... 106 10.1.2 Setting the Control Mode and Parameters ......................................................................................... 107 10.1.3 Setting the Alarm Threshold ............................................................................................................. 110 10.1.4 Setting the Correlative Port ............................................................................................................... 112 10.2 Air Conditioner & Direct-cooling Unit ...................................................................................................... 115 10.2.1 Monitoring Information .................................................................................................................... 115 10.2.2 Setting the Control Mode and Parameters ......................................................................................... 116 10.2.3 Setting the Alarm Threshold ............................................................................................................. 119 10.2.4 Setting the Correlative Port ............................................................................................................... 121

11 D.G. Management ................................................................................................................... 124


11.1 Basic Parameters about D.G. ...................................................................................................................... 124 11.1.1 Enable Diesel Generator(D.G.) Function .......................................................................................... 124 11.1.2 Setting Diesel Capacity ..................................................................................................................... 126 11.1.3 Setting Air Conditioner WorkPower ................................................................................................. 128

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11.2 Setting the Parameters in Smart Ctrl Mode ................................................................................................ 130 11.3 Setting the Correlative Port ........................................................................................................................ 133

12 Monitoring Information ........................................................................................................ 136


12.1 Monitoring.................................................................................................................................................. 136 12.1.1 System Information ........................................................................................................................... 136 12.1.2 Rectifier Information......................................................................................................................... 141

13 Alarm ......................................................................................................................................... 145


13.1 Alarm Configuration .................................................................................................................................. 145 13.2 Querying Active Alarms ............................................................................................................................. 146 13.3 Historical Alarms ....................................................................................................................................... 147 13.3.1 View Historical Alarms ..................................................................................................................... 147 13.3.2 Export Historical Alarms .................................................................................................................. 148 13.3.3 Clean Historical Alarms .................................................................................................................... 149 13.4 Alarms ........................................................................................................................................................ 150 13.4.1 Internal Fault ..................................................................................................................................... 151 13.4.2 Mains Failure .................................................................................................................................... 151 13.4.3 AC Phase Failure ............................................................................................................................... 151 13.4.4 AC Overvoltage (for a Single-Phase Power System) ........................................................................ 152 13.4.5 AC Undervoltage (for a Single-Phase Power System) ...................................................................... 152 13.4.6 Phase Overvoltage (for a Three-Phase Power System) ..................................................................... 153 13.4.7 Phase Undervoltage (for a Three-Phase Power System) ................................................................... 154 13.4.8 AC SPD Fault .................................................................................................................................... 155 13.4.9 DC Overvoltage ................................................................................................................................ 155 13.4.10 DC Undervoltage ............................................................................................................................ 156 13.4.11 DC Ultra Overvoltage ..................................................................................................................... 157 13.4.12 DC Ultra Undervoltage ................................................................................................................... 157 13.4.13 Load Fuse Break ............................................................................................................................. 158 13.4.14 DC SPD Alarm ................................................................................................................................ 158 13.4.15 Wire Frame Alarm ........................................................................................................................... 159 13.4.16 LLVD1 Disconnecting .................................................................................................................... 159 13.4.17 LLVD1 Disconnected ...................................................................................................................... 159 13.4.18 LLVD2 Disconnecting .................................................................................................................... 160 13.4.19 LLVD2 Disconnected ...................................................................................................................... 160 13.4.20 Charge Overcurrent ......................................................................................................................... 160 13.4.21 Battery Imbalance ........................................................................................................................... 161 13.4.22 Battery Lost ..................................................................................................................................... 162 13.4.23 Battery Fuse Break .......................................................................................................................... 162 13.4.24 High Battery Temperature ............................................................................................................... 163 13.4.25 Low Battery Temperature................................................................................................................ 163 13.4.26 Battery Very High Temperature ...................................................................................................... 164 13.4.27 Battery Very Low Temperature ....................................................................................................... 165

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13.4.28 Battery Temperature Sensor1 Fault ................................................................................................. 165 13.4.29 Battery Temperature Sensor1 Missing ............................................................................................ 166 13.4.30 BLVD Disconnecting ...................................................................................................................... 166 13.4.31 BLVD Disconnected ....................................................................................................................... 166 13.4.32 Current Imbalance ........................................................................................................................... 166 13.4.33 Boost Charging ............................................................................................................................... 167 13.4.34 Battery Temperature Compensation Activation .............................................................................. 167 13.4.35 Battery Discharge ............................................................................................................................ 168 13.4.36 Abnormal Battery Current ............................................................................................................... 168 13.4.37 Battery Test Cancellation ................................................................................................................ 168 13.4.38 Current Limit Exceeded .................................................................................................................. 169 13.4.39 Fault (for Lithium Battery).............................................................................................................. 169 13.4.40 Protection (for Lithium Battery) ..................................................................................................... 170 13.4.41 No response (for Lithium Battery) .................................................................................................. 170 13.4.42 Minor Alarm (for Lithium Battery) ................................................................................................. 170 13.4.43 Rectifier Failure .............................................................................................................................. 171 13.4.44 Rectifier Protection ......................................................................................................................... 171 13.4.45 No Response (for Rectifier) ............................................................................................................ 172 13.4.46 Rectifier AC Power Failure ............................................................................................................. 172 13.4.47 Rectifier DC Over voltage .............................................................................................................. 172 13.4.48 Rectifier Fan Failure ....................................................................................................................... 173 13.4.49 Rectifier Lost .................................................................................................................................. 173 13.4.50 Rectifier Redundancy Active .......................................................................................................... 173 13.4.51 Rectifier Not Redundant ................................................................................................................. 174 13.4.52 Single Rectifier Fault (Redundant) ................................................................................................. 174 13.4.53 Single Rectifier Fault (Not Redundant) .......................................................................................... 174 13.4.54 Multi-Rectifier Fault ....................................................................................................................... 175 13.4.55 Rectifier Loading Failure ................................................................................................................ 175 13.4.56 High Rectifier Capacity .................................................................................................................. 175 13.4.57 Low Rectifier Capacity ................................................................................................................... 176 13.4.58 High Ambient Temperature ............................................................................................................. 176 13.4.59 Ambient Very High Temperature .................................................................................................... 177 13.4.60 Low Ambient Temperature.............................................................................................................. 178 13.4.61 High Ambient Humidity.................................................................................................................. 178 13.4.62 Low Ambient Humidity .................................................................................................................. 179 13.4.63 Ambient Temperature Sensor1 Fault ............................................................................................... 180 13.4.64 Ambient Temperature Sensor1 Missing .......................................................................................... 180 13.4.65 Ambient Humidity Sensor1 Fault .................................................................................................... 180 13.4.66 Ambient Humidity Sensor1 Missing ............................................................................................... 181 13.4.67 Door Sensor Alarm.......................................................................................................................... 181 13.4.68 Smoke Sensor Alarm ....................................................................................................................... 181 13.4.69 Water Sensor Alarm ........................................................................................................................ 182

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13.4.70 Alarms Generated from Ports DI 16.............................................................................................. 182 13.4.71 Battery Manual Switch On .............................................................................................................. 183 13.4.72 Unknown System Type ................................................................................................................... 183 13.4.73 ATS Fault ........................................................................................................................................ 184 13.4.74 Diesel Fault ..................................................................................................................................... 184 13.4.75 TEMP Sensor Diconnection(For TCU Summary) .......................................................................... 185 13.4.76 TEMP Sensor Fault(For TCU Summary) ........................................................................................ 185 13.4.77 HT Control temperature Alarm(For TCU Summary) ...................................................................... 185 13.4.78 Air Conditioner Fault(For TCU Summary) ..................................................................................... 186 13.4.79 Heat Fault(For TCU Summary) ...................................................................................................... 186 13.4.80 Fan Fault ......................................................................................................................................... 186

14 Maintenance ............................................................................................................................. 188


14.1 Version........................................................................................................................................................ 188 14.2 Configuration ............................................................................................................................................. 189 14.3 SMU02B Reboot ........................................................................................................................................ 190 14.4 Managing Users ......................................................................................................................................... 191 14.5 Setting the Date and Time .......................................................................................................................... 193 14.6 Downloading Historical Logs and Statistics .............................................................................................. 194 14.7 Downloading Historical Data ..................................................................................................................... 194 14.8 Viewing and Exporting Electronic Labels .................................................................................................. 196

15 Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................... 198


15.1 Common Faults .......................................................................................................................................... 198

A Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................. 199 B Acronyms and Abbreviations .................................................................................................... 200

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1.1 Description
Figure 1-1 Exterior

Overview

The site monitoring unit 02B (SMU02B) monitors and manages all series of Huawei box-type, cabinet-type, and wall-mounted power systems. Figure 1-1 shows an SMU02B.

1.2 Network Diagram


The SMU02B performs comprehensive battery and rectifier management functions, and connects to sensors over an extension user interface module (UIM) to monitor the operating environment for the power system in real time. Figure 1-1 shows an SMU02B in network. Figure 1-2 shows an SMU02B connected with a UIM and a system interface board. Figure 1-3 takes one scenario of UIM02D as example to show the connections. The figures are for reference only. The hardware and software configurations depend on the power system type.

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Figure 1-1 SMU02B in network diagram

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Figure 1-2 SMU02B connected with a UIM and a system interface board

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Figure 1-3 UIM ports (take one scenario of UIM02D as example)

1.3 Feature
The SMU02B has the following features:

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Performs comprehensive power management and intelligent battery management. Intelligent TCU management. Supports Hyper Text Transport Protocol (HTTP), Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). Supports remote software upgrade. Supports downloading historical logs and statistics. Manages diesel generators (D.G.). Allows you to query system component information recorded on electronic labels over a Web UI. Supports system management over the Network Ecosystem (NetEco). Provides twelve dry contact outputs (DO), and DO can be used for alarm or controlling device. Provides six spare dry contact inputs (DI). Provides ports to connect to the smoke sensor, door status sensor, water sensor, battery temperature sensor, ambient temperature and humidity sensor. Supports multiple languages, such as English, Chinese, Turkish, Spanish, Portuguese, and German. Supports hot plug.

1.4 Function
Table 1-1 describes the SMU02B functions. Table 1-1 SMU02B functions Category Battery management Function Battery boost charging and float charging management Battery test management Battery current limiting management Battery temperature compensation management Battery high temperature protection Battery low voltage disconnection (BLVD) protection Battery imbalance detection Battery remained capacity percent and predicted discharge time calculation Intelligent battery hibernation Rectifier management Rectifier operating information Rectifier power-on/off control Rectifier output voltage and current limits Rectifier overvoltage protection reset (Only for CAN-type rectifier)

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Category

Function Rectifier Walk-in (Only for CAN-type rectifier) Sequential Rectifier Startup(Only for CAN-type rectifier)

Energy Saving Detection

Intelligent rectifier hibernation Peak clipping power consumption and peak shifting power consumption Alternating current (AC) voltage, current, and frequency Direct current (DC) voltage Load current Battery current and temperature Ambient temperature and humidity

Intelligent temperature management

The SMU02B dynamically adjusts the fan speed or starts or shuts down the air conditioner based on the temperature inside the cabinet or the preset temperature control curve, to adjust the temperature inside the cabinet to a proper range.

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Panel
Figure 2-1 shows the SMU02B panel. Figure 2-1 Panel

Panel and Ports

(1) Run indicator (4) Liquid crystal display (LCD) (7) Universal serial bus (USB) port (reserved)

(2) Minor alarm indicator (5) Locking latch (8) RS485/RS232 serial port

(3)Major alarm indicator (6) Button (9) FE port

Indicators
Table 2-1 describes the SMU02B indicators.

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Table 2-1 Indicator description Indicator Running status Color Green Status Off Blinking at 0.5 Hz Blinking at 4 Hz Minor alarm indicator Major alarm indicator Yellow Off Steady on Red Off Steady on Description The SMU02B is faulty or has no power input. The SMU02B runs properly and communicates with the host properly. The SMU02B runs properly but does not communicate with the host properly. No minor and warning alarm A minor or warning alarm is generated No critical and major alarm A critical or major alarm is generated

LCD
The SMU02B provides a 128 x 48 pixel LCD with white backlight to display power system information. The view region is 34.54 mm x 11.02mm.

Buttons
The SMU02B provides four buttons to set and query parameters. Table 2-2 describes the button functions. Table 2-2 Button description Button Silkscreen or Button Name Up or down Cancel Enter Description Allows you to view and set menu items. Returns to the previous menu without saving the current menu settings. Enters the main menu from the standby screen, enters a submenu from the main menu, or saves menu settings.

NOTE: After a menu is displayed, the standby screen is displayed and the LCD screen becomes dark if you do not press any button within 5 minutes.

You need to log in again if you do not press any button with 8 minutes. The default username is admin and the default password is 001

USB Port
The USB port is reserved in this version.

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Communications Ports
Table 2-3 Communications port description Communications Ports FE RS485 RS232 Communications Parameter 10M/100M auto-adaptation Baud rate: 9,600 bit/s or 19,200 bit/s Protocol Compliance HTTP, SNMP, and Huawei NetEco protocol Huawei private protocol YD/T 1363.2

Figure 2-2 FE and RS485/RS232 pin definition

Table 2-4 FE pin definition Pin 1 2 3 6 Signal TX+ TXRX+ RXFE receive Description FE transmit

Table 2-5 RS485/RS232 pin definition Pin 1 2 4 5 3 7 6 8 Signal TX+ TXRX+ RXRX232 TX232 PGND RS232 receive RS232 transmit Ground RS485 receive Description RS485 transmit

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3.1 Safety Precautions 3.2 Installing an SMU02B
To install an SMU02B, perform the following steps:

Installation

To protect an SMU02B, wear electrostatic discharge (ESD) gloves when installing or replacing the SMU02B.

Step 1 Hold the handle of the SMU02B, and insert the SMU02B into the correct position in the power system. Step 2 Push the SMU02B until its front panel aligns with the front panel of the power subrack. Step 3 Push the locking latch on the front panel to the right. ----End Figure 3-1 Installing an SMU02B

3.3 Replacing an SMU02B


To remove an SMU02B, push the locking latch to the left to release the handle and then pull out the SMU02B.

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Symbol Conventions
Symbol Description

LCD User Interface

Enter

Press one time Enter button.

Down
Cancel

Press one time Down button.

Press one time Cancel button. Press one time Up button. Press more than one times Down button.

Up

Down

Enter Down

Press one time Enter button and more than one times Down button.

Picture with black border shows the path or view parameter

Picture with red border shows the variable parameter

Selecting a Display Language


After the SMU02B is powered on, the screen for selecting a display language is displayed. You can select Chinese, English or other language by pressing or and enter the standby screen by pressing Enter, as shown in Figure 4-1.

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Figure 4-1 Selecting Language

Password
To open the Settings page, Quick Setting page, and Control page, you need to enter a password. The default user name is admin and the default password is 001. You can add or delete users, and change the user name and password by Web UI refer to 14.4 Managing Users.

LCD Menu Hierarchy


Figure 4-2 LCD Menu hierarchy

NOTE

The LCD Menu hierarchy is dynamic changed due to the different configuration. The above figure is only for reference, the detailed information based on the SMU02B LCD Menu that you used.

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5.1 Preparation Before Logging
Operating Environment
Operating system: Windows. Browser: Internet Explorer 6.0 or later.

Web User Interface

Network Connection
Connect the FE port on the SMU02B to a network. Figure 5-1shows the network connection. Figure 5-1 Network connection

Setting an IP Address
Set the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway for the SMU02B based on those assigned by the customer. Figure 5-2shows the way to set these parameters on LCD UI.

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Figure 5-2 Setting an IP address

Setting an LAN

CAUTION
If the SMU02B has connected to a LAN and a proxy server has been selected, cancel the proxy server settings. If the SMU02B has connected to the Internet but the computer has connected to a LAN, do not cancel the proxy server settings. Otherwise, you cannot access the SMU02B. To cancel proxy server settings, perform the following steps: Step 1 Open Internet Explorer. Step 2 Choose Tools > Internet Options. Step 3 Click the Connections tab and then click LAN settings. Step 4 In the displayed dialog box, clear Use a proxy server for your LAN (These settings will not apply to dial-up or VPN connections).

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Figure 5-3 Canceling proxy server settings

Step 5 Click OK. ----End

Setting Compatibility
To use the Web UI normally on Internet Explorer 8.0, click Compatibility View Button to open the compatibility view and set Internet Explorer 8.0, as shown in Figure 5-4. Figure 5-4 Compatibility View Button

Setting Internet Explorer Security

CAUTION
Before exporting historical logs, historical datas, statistics, and battery test records, set Internet Explorer security. To set Internet Explorer security, perform the following steps: Step 1 Open Internet Explorer.

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Step 2 Choose Tools > Internet Options. Step 3 Click the Security tab. Click Internet and then click Custom level. Step 4 Enable ActiveX controls and plug-ins, Download signed ActiveX controls (not secure), Download unsigned ActiveX controls (not secure) and Intialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting options, as shown in Step 4. Figure 5-5 IE Security Options

Step 5 Click OK. ----End

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5.2 Logging
Enter the IP address for the SMU02B in the address bar of Internet Explorer. On the login page shown in Figure 5-6, set User Name to admin (default user name) and Password to 001 (default password). Figure 5-6 Login page

5.3 Web pages


Querying System Status
To view the information about Active Alarm, Site Summary, Rectifier Summary, Rectifier, Battery Summary, VRLA Summary, TCU Summary and Fan Group, please click System Status, as shown in Figure 5-7.

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Figure 5-7 System Status

Configuring System Parameters


The user can configure Site Summary, Rectifier Summary, VRLA Battery Basic Parameters and other parameters in the System Configuration pane, as shown in Figure 5-8. Figure 5-8 System Configuration

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Configuring Network Parameters


In the Network Configuration pane, you can set the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway under Network Parameter, the host communications address and baudrate under Host Comm protocol, and main server IP addresses and port number under Neteco. Figure 5-9 shows the Network Configuration pane. Figure 5-9 Network Configuration

Setting Control Parameters


You can set control parameters for Site Summary, Rectifier Summary, Rectifier and Battery Summary in the Control pane, as shown in Figure 5-10.

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Figure 5-10 Control

Managing Users
You can create and delete users and modify user information in the User Management pane, as shown in Figure 5-11. Users are classified into three types: admin, engineer, and operator. Different user types have different operation rights. Only admin users have user management rights. Figure 5-11 User Management

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Upgrading Software
You can upgrade SMU and PSU software in the Version management pane, as shown in Figure 5-12. To upgrade software, perform the following steps: Step 1 Click Browse to select the software and then click Send. Step 2 After the software information is displayed under Packages to be activated, select the software and click Activate. The software upgrade progress is displayed. A message is displayed when the upgrade is successful. ----End Figure 5-12 Version Management

Exporting Historical Logs


You can download historical log, historical data and statistics by clicking Download and export battery testing records in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) files by clicking Export. Figure 5-13 shows the Log History pane.

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Figure 5-13 Log History

Exporting Historical Alarms


You can download historical alarms in the Historical Alarms pane, as shown in Figure 5-14. To export historical alarms in HTML files, click Export. To clear historical alarms, click Clean. Figure 5-14 Historical Alarms

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Configuring Alarm Parameters


You can set alarm enabled, alarm severity, and relay in the Alarm Configuration pane, as shown in Figure 5-15. Figure 5-15 Alarm Configuration

Configuring Site Parameters


In the Site Configuration pane, you can set the system date and time, site information, and operate configuration, as shown in Figure 5-16.

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Figure 5-16 Site Configuration

Energy Saving
You can set Basic Parameters, Control For Different Rates, Control for Exceeding Max Power, Daily Electric Consume Mode, Monthly Electric Consume Mode in the Energy Saving pane, as shown in Figure 5-17. Figure 5-17 Energy Saving

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Reading Electronic Labels


You can query electronic label in the Electronic Label pane. To export electronic label information in HTML files, click Export. Figure 5-18 Electronic Labels

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Introduction Parameters

Power System Configuration

6.1 Basic Parameters about VRLA Batteries


Battery management consists of battery charging, battery current limiting, battery test etc. These functions are based on the basic parameters. Accordingly, the basic parameters must be configured as the real condition of the power system.

Table 6-1 Basic parameters Parameter Qty of Battery Strings Rated Capacity Description Number of shunts in the power system Total capacity of the VRLA batteries connecting to each shunt

Figure 6-1 Scenario with one shunt connecting to one battery string (each battery string being 150 Ah)

Qty of Battery Strings Rated Capacity

1 150Ah

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Figure 6-2 Scenario with two shunts connecting to two battery strings (each battery string being 150 Ah)

Qty of Battery Strings Rated Capacity

2 150Ah

Figure 6-3 Scenario with one shunt connecting to two battery strings (each battery string being 150 Ah)

Qty of Battery Strings Rated Capacity

1 300Ah

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Figure 6-4 Scenario with two shunts connecting to four battery strings (each battery string being 150 Ah)

Qty of Battery Strings Rated Capacity

2 300Ah

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Figure 6-5 Setting basic battery parameters on the LCD

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Figure 6-6 Setting Qty of Battery Strings on the Web UI

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Figure 6-7 Setting Rated Capacity on the Web UI

6.2 Communications Parameters


Introduction
SMU02B can be managed remotely or locally via RS485, RS232 or FE port. Table 6-2 Communications Parameters Network Huawei network Port RS485 Parameter Host Comm Address Host Comm Baudrate IP network FE IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway NetEco Main IP (with NetEco) NetEco Bak IP (with NetEco) NetEco Port (with NetEco)

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Table 6-3 Communications parameters Parameter IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Host Comm Address Host Comm Baudrate NetEco Main IP NetEco Bak IP NetEco Port Description IP address for the SMU02B Subnet mask for the SMU02B Gateway for SMU02B Address for SMU02B the the Default Value 192.168.0.10 255.255.255.0 192.168.0.1 0 9600 58.251.159.136 58.251.159.136 31220 Value Range 0.0.0.0-255.255.255.255 0.0.0.0-255.255.255.255 0.0.0.0-255.255.255.255 0-31 9600, 19200 0.0.0.0-255.255.255.255 0.0.0.0-255.255.255.255 0-65535

Baudrate of the communication IP address for the primary server IP address for the secondary server Port number

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Figure 6-8 Setting communications parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 6-9 Setting communications parameters on the Web UI

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7.1 Battery Charging
7.1.1 Float Charging
Principles

VRLA Battery Management

If the AC input to the power system is normal and meet load requirements, rectifiers supply DC power to loads and VRLA batteries. If the AC input to the power system is abnormal or rectifiers cannot supply DC power, VRLA batteries supply power to loads. After the AC input is restored, rectifiers supply DC power to loads and VRLA batteries.

VRLA batteries self-discharge slowly when they are being used. To compensate for the loss caused by self-discharge, charge VRLA batteries in float mode to ensure their full amount of electricity. Float charging also helps to maintain battery capacity after a large amount of electricity is discharged.

Parameters
Table 7-1 Float Charge parameter description Parameters Float Charge Description Charge voltage at which VRLA batteries are being charged in float mode Default Value 53.5 V Value Range 48.0-58.0 V

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Figure 7-1 Setting float charging parameters on the LCD UI

Web UI
Figure 7-2 Setting float charging parameters on the Web UI

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7.1.2 Boost Charging Overview


Principles
After long-time float charging, VRLA batteries suffer great loss caused by self-discharge and their activity deteriorates. Boost charging helps to rapidly restore battery capacity after the AC power supply is restored and helps to maintain battery activity and capacity. The boost charging voltage is higher than the float voltage. Table 7-2 describes the boost charging modes supported by the SMU02B. Table 7-2 Boost charging mode description Control Mode Automatic mode Boost Charging Mode Automatic Boost charging Cyclic boost charging Pre-boost charging Manual boost charging Manual mode Manual boost charging Description

Boost charging is triggered automatically based on the charge current and remaining battery capacity. Boost charging is triggered automatically based on the preset interval. Boost charging is triggered automatically before a cyclic or planned discharge test starts. After you manually set Boost / Float Charge Control to Boost Charge, float charging is triggered automatically when the conditions of boost charging are not met. You need to manually switch between Boost Charge and Float Charge under Boost / Float Charge Control even though the conditions of boost charging are not met.

Parameters
Table 7-3 Boost charging parameter description Parameter Boost Charge Description Charge voltage at which VRLA batteries are being charged in Boost mode Default Value 56.4 V Value Range 48.0-58.0 V

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Figure 7-3 Setting Boost charging parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-4 Setting Boost charging parameters on the Web UI

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7.1.3 Automatic Boost Charging


Principles
The SMU02B determines whether the current battery capacity is sufficient based on the charge current and remaining amount of electricity. If the conditions for Boost charging are met, Boost charging is triggered automatically after the AC power supply is restored. After VRLA batteries are fully charged, float charging is triggered automatically.

Parameters
Table 7-4 Parameter description for automatic Boost charging Parameter Automatic Boost Charge Enabled FC to BC Current(C10) Current To BC Delay(Min) Description Enables or disables automatic Boost charging. Current threshold above which Boost charging is triggered Duration for confirming Boost charging triggering after the battery current exceeds the value of FC to BC Current Electricity threshold above which Boost charging is triggered Duration for confirming Boost charging triggering after the battery electricity exceeds the value of FC to BC Capacity Current threshold below which float charging is triggered Duration for confirming float charging triggering after the battery current drops below the value of BC to FC Current Longest Boost charging duration, after which VRLA batteries are charged in float mode Default Value Enable 0.05C10 30Min Value Range Enable,Disable 0.01-0.30 C10 2-1440 Min

FC to BC Capacity (%) Capacity To BC Delay(Min)

80%

50-100 %

10Min

2-1440 Min

BC to FC Current(C10) BC to FC Delay(Min)

0.01C10 30Min

0.01-0.30 C10 2-540 Min

Maximum Boost Charge Time(H)

16H

5-48 H

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Figure 7-5 Setting Automatic Boost Charging parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-6 Setting Automatic Boost Charging parameters on the Web UI

7.1.4 Cyclic Boost Charging


Principles
If the power grid is of high quality and without AC power failures for a long time, VRLA batteries have low activity because they are always in the float charging state. To improve battery activity, you can charge VRLA batteries in Cyclic Boost mode by setting charge intervals. Since no AC power failures occur for a long time, VRLA batteries are charged in float mode with a small current. Therefore, the change from cyclic boost charging to float charging depends on the charging duration rather than the battery current.

Parameters
Table 7-5 Parameter description for cyclic boost charging Parameter Cyclic BC Enabled Description Enables or disables cyclic boost charging. Default Value Enable Value Range Enable,Disable

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Parameter Cyclic BC Interval(Day)

Description A time interval after which Boost charging starts if no Boost charging happens during the interval Duration for a cyclic boost charging period

Default Value 30Days

Value Range 1-365Day

Cyclic BC Duration(H)

9H

1-24 H

LCD UI
Figure 7-7 Setting cyclic boost charging parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-8 Setting cyclic boost charging parameters on the Web UI

7.1.5 Pre-boost Charging


Principles
To ensure the accuracy of battery discharge test data, perform a pre-boost charging for VRLA batteries based on the battery capacity before a cyclic or planned discharge test starts. Pre-boost charging is considered as one specific scenario of cyclic boost charging, and changes to float charging after the preset charging duration ends.

Parameters
Table 7-6 Pre-boost charging parameter description Parameter Pre-BC Enabled Description Enables or disables pre-boost charging. Default Value Enable Value Range Enable,Disable

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Figure 7-9 Setting Pre-boost charging parameters (Pre-boost charging before plan test)

NOTE

When Batt Test Type is Plan Test and Plan Test Num is more than 0, Pre-BC Enabled can be set to Enable.

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Figure 7-10 Setting Pre-boost charging parameters (Pre-boost charging before cyclic test)

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Figure 7-11 Setting Pre-boost charging parameters (Pre-boost charging before plan test)

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Figure 7-12 Setting Pre-boost charging parameters (Pre-boost charging before cyclic test)

7.1.6 Manual Boost Charging


Principles
Manual boost charging can be enabled in automatic mode or manual mode. The methods for manual boost charging changes to float charging vary depending on the control mode (automatic or manual).

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Table 7-7 Manual boost charging Control Mode Automatic mode Manual mode Boost Charging Mode Manually Manually Method for Changing to Float Charging

Changes to float charging automatically. Changes to float charging manually.

Only the personnel that are familiar with power management are allowed to manually switch between manual boost charging and float charging. To prevent a condition that, for example, you forget to change boost charging back to float charging, the manual mode changes to automatic mode after 2 hours.

Parameters
Table 7-8 Boost / Float Charge Control Parameter Boost / Float Charge Control Description Switches between manual boost charging and float charging. Default Value Float Charge Value Range Float Charge, Boost Charge

LCD UI
Figure 7-13 Setting Manual boost charging parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-14 Setting Manual boost charging parameters on the Web UI

7.2 Battery Current Limiting


Principles
To prevent battery bulges caused by overcurrent during battery charging, battery currents should be limited to a constant value. If the charge current exceeds the threshold, an overcurrent alarm is generated. If you need to charge storage batteries quickly, change the value of Current Limit. A greater value indicates a higher battery charging speed.The upper limit of the value is 0.25 C10

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Table 7-9 Current Limit and Over Current Parameter Current Limit(C10) Over Current(C10) Description Battery charge current threshold Alarm threshold for battery charge overcurrent. If the charge current exceeds the threshold, an overcurrent alarm is generated. Default Value 0.15C10 0.25C10 Value Range 0.05-0.25 C10 0.05-0.50 C10

LCD UI
Figure 7-15 Setting Battery Current Limiting parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-16 Setting Manual current limiting parameters on the Web UI

7.3 Battery Test


7.3.1 General Configuration
Principles
The SMU02B provides various methods for testing battery states: standard test, AC power failure test, short test, cyclic test, and planned test. You can use one or more battery test methods based on the power supply and load power. Table 7-10 Test method description Control Mode Manual mode Automatic mode Test Method Standard test AC power failure test Description Manually starts a battery discharge test. Starts a battery discharge test during an AC power failure.

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Control Mode

Test Method Short test Cyclic test Planned test

Description Starts a short-term battery discharge test periodically. The default test duration is 5 minutes. Starts a standard test periodically. Starts a standard test at a preset time.

In any battery tests, the battery discharge current depends on the load current. In all battery tests except the AC power failure test, set the rectifier output voltage 1 V below the test end voltage to ensure that all load currents are from VRLA batteries. If the battery temperature is lower than the minimum value, stop all ongoing battery tests and do not start any new battery test. The standard test, AC power failure test, cyclic test, and planned test stop automatically immediately when any test end condition is met, namely, when the test end voltage, test end capacity, test end temperature, or battery test time arrives.

Parameters
Table 7-11 Battery End description Parameter Test End Voltage(V) Test End Capacity (%) Battery Test End Temp(degC) Test End Time(Min) Description A voltage below which the battery test ends if the battery voltage drops. An amount of electricity below which the battery test ends if the battery electricity drops. A temperature below which the battery test ends if the battery temperature drops. Duration for a battery test Default Value 46.0V Value Range 43.0-53.0 V

20.0%

0.0-100.0%

5degC

-5-15 degC

480Min

1-6000 Min

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Figure 7-17 Battery tests on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-18 Battery tests on the Web UI

7.3.2 Standard Test


Principles
An ongoing standard battery discharge test can be stopped manually or automatically when any of the test end voltage, test end capacity, test end temperature, and battery test time arrives.

Parameters
Table 7-12 Battery Test Control description Parameter Battery Test Control Description Starts or stops a battery test. Default Value Stop Value Range Start,Stop

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Figure 7-19 Standard test on the LCDUI

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Figure 7-20 Standard test on the Web UI

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7.3.3 Short Test


Principles
A periodic short test helps to activate VRLA batteries and to estimate their instant discharge performance. You can enable or disable a short test and configure its period and duration. Then the SMU02B starts a short test based on preset parameters. When any of the test end voltage, short test duration, test end temperature arrives, the short test stops.

Parameters
Table 7-13 Short test parameter description Parameter Short Test Enabled Short Test Interval(Day) Short Test Duration(Min ) Description Enables or disables a short test. Period for starting a short test. Short test duration. When the duration ends, the short test ends. Default Value Enable 30Days 5Min Value Range Enable,Disable 1-360Day 1-240 Min

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Figure 7-21 Short test on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-22 Short test on the Web UI

7.3.4 Mains Failure Test


Principles
When mains failure occurs, a battery discharge test starts.

Parameters
Table 7-14 Mains Failure Test Enabled description Parameter Mains Failure Test Enabled Description Enables or disables mains failure test. Default Value Disable Value Range Enable,Disable

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Figure 7-23 Mains failure test on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-24 Mains failure test on the Web UI

7.3.5 Cyclic Test


Principles
A cyclic test helps to estimate a battery health.

Parameters
Table 7-15 Cyclic test parameter description Parameter Battery Test Type Description A mode for testing VRLA batteries. The parameter should be set to Cyclic Test. Cyclic Test Interval(Day) Period for a cyclic test 90Days 2-999Day Default Value No Test Value Range No Test, Cyclic Test, Plan Test

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Parameter Cyclic Test Start Time(H)

Description Time for starting a cyclic test

Default Value 21H

Value Range 0-23H

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Figure 7-25 Cyclic Test on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-26 Cyclic Test on the Web UI

7.3.6 Planned Test


Principles
The SMU02B starts a planned test at the preset time to estimate a battery health.

Parameters
Table 7-16 Plan test parameter description Parameter Battery Test Type Description A mode for testing VRLA batteries. The parameter should be set to Plan Test. Times of planned test during a year. Default Value No Test Value Range No Test, Cyclic Test, Plan Test

Plan Test Number

0-6

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Parameter Test Date 1

Description Time for starting the first planned test. This parameter displays when the Plan Test Number is more than 0.

Default Value 01-01 08:00

Value Range -

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Figure 7-27 Planned Test on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-28 Planned Test on the Web UI

7.3.7 Battery Test Record


Principles
During a battery test, the SMU02B records test information for you to judge battery status. On the Web UI, you can export battery test records in HTML format.

Parameters
Table 7-17 Battery Test Record description Parameter Start Time End Time Description Time when a battery test starts. The parameter is displayed on both the LCD and Web UI. Time when a battery test ends. The parameter is displayed on both the LCD and Web UI.

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Parameter Start Reason End Reason Test Result End Voltage Average Discharge Current(A) Discharged

Description Reason why a battery test starts. The parameter is displayed on both the LCD and Web UI. Reason why a battery test ends. The parameter is displayed on both the LCD and Web UI. Result of a battery test. The parameter is displayed on both the LCD and Web UI. Charge voltage when the test ends. The parameter is displayed on the Web UI, but not displayed on the LCD. Average discharge current during a battery test. The parameter is displayed on the Web UI, but not displayed on the LCD. Amount of electricity discharged during a battery test. The parameter is displayed on the Web UI, but not displayed on the LCD.

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Figure 7-29 Battery Test Record on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-30 Battery Test Record on the Web UI

7.4 Battery Temperature Compensation


Principles
To prolong the battery lifespan, battery charge voltages should be adjusted based on battery temperatures during float charging or hibernation.Temperature correction equation for the float and hibernation voltages is as follows: V = V0 (T T0) x Where

V: Float charging or hibernation voltage after temperature compensation V0: Float and hibernation voltages at the most appropriate temperature T: Battery temperature measured by a battery temperature sensor T0 : The most appropriate temperature configured by users : Temperature compensation coefficient is user-defined

If the battery temperature is in the range of 5C to 45C, temperature compensation is triggered. If the battery temperature is below 5C, set T to 5. If the battery temperature is above 45C, set T to 45. The temperature compensation correction value ( V = V V0) is within the range of 2 V to +2 V. If the actual V is beyond the range, the value of V0 (tolerance 2 V) prevails.

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Table 7-18 Parameter description for battery temperature compensation Parameter Compensation Factor(mV/deg C) Nominal Temperature(d egC) Description Temperature compensation coefficient If the battery temperature equals the value of Nominal Temperature, no temperature compensation is performed. Default Value 78 mV/degC Value Range 0-500 mV/degC

25 degC

5-45 degC

LCD UI
Figure 7-31 Battery Temperature Compensation on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-32 Battery Temperature Compensation on the Web UI

7.5 Battery High Temperature Protection


Principles
There are three battery high temperature protection levels:

Changing to float charging at a high temperature Generating a battery high temperature alarm SMU02B operating at a very high temperature

Table 7-19 describes the three protection methods.

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Table 7-19 Battery high temperature protection description Battery Temperature Battery high temperature 5 C Protection Method Changing to float charging at a high temperature Description After the battery temperature stays at the temperature for changing to float charging for 5 minutes, VRLA batteries enter the float charging status.

Temperature for changing to float charging = High battery temperature (user-defined) - 5C Range for changing to float charging: 4050C Hysteresis for changing to float charging: 5C

Battery high temperature

Generating a battery high temperature alarm Action on Very High Battery Temp

After the battery temperature stays at or above the high battery temperature for 5 minutes, a battery high temperature alarm is generated. After the battery temperature stays at or above the battery very high temperature for 5 minutes, the SMU02B performs any of the following functions as configured:

Battery very high temperature

Lower DC Volt: Lowers the busbar voltage to the high temperature protection voltage within 5 minutes. BLVD: Disconnects VRLA batteries within 5 minutes. Do Nothing.

Parameters
Table 7-20 Parameter description for battery high temperature protection Parameter Action on Very High Battery Temp Battery over Temp Protect Voltage(V) Description The parameter can be set to Lower DC Volt, BLVD, or Do Nothing. If you set Action on Very High Battery Temp to Lower DC Volt, adjust the rectifier output voltage based on the value of Battery over Temp Protect Voltage. Default Value Lower DC Volt Value Range Lower DC Volt, BLVD, Do Nothing 42.0-53.0V

50.5V

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Parameter Battery High Temp(degC)

Description A temperature at or above which a battery high temperature alarm is generated. When the battery temperature reaches the preset value, the SMU02B performs operations based on the value of Action on Very High Battery Temp.

Default Value 45 degC

Value Range 25-80 degC

Battery Very High Temp(degC)

53 degC

25-80 degC

LCD UI
Figure 7-33 Battery High Temperature Protection on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-34 Battery High Temperature Protection on the Web UI

7.6 Low Voltage Disconnection Protection


Principles
If an AC input is abnormal, VRLA batteries start to power loads. In this case, the SMU02B drives contactors to disconnect loads based on preset disconnection parameters. After the AC input becomes normal, the rectifiers begin to power loads. The SMU02B supports two-level disconnection (BLVD, LLVD) or three-level disconnection (BLVD, LLVD1, and LLVD2), based on different power system type. The SMU02B disconnects secondary loads and then primary loads, helping to prolong the backup time for primary loads. The maximum disconnection mode for power system type is three-level disconnection (BLVD, LLVD1, and LLVD2). Please refer to Power System User Mannal for actual disconnection mode. This manual takes the three-level disconnection as an example.

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Figure 7-35 Conceptual diagram

The SMU02B can disconnect loads by voltage, duration, and renaming electricity. Table 7-21 Description for low voltage disconnection modes Disconnecting Loads by Voltage Duration Disconnecting Loads When The battery voltage is lower than the preset value. Meet one of criteria: The battery voltage is lower than the preset value. The duration for supplying power by VRLA batteries is longer than the preset value. Remaining capacity Meet one of criteria: The battery voltage is lower than the preset value. The battery capacity is lower than the preset value. Connecting When Loads

The rectifier output voltage is higher than the preset value.

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Table 7-22 Low voltage disconnection description Parameter BLVD Enabled Description Enables or disables the BLVD function. If the BLVD function is disabled but the BLVD route has been disconnected, connect the BLVD route immediately. The parameter can be set to By Voltage, By Time or By Capacity. If the battery voltage is lower than the value of BLVD Disconnected Voltage (V), the BLVD route is disconnected. If the rectifier output voltage is higher than the value of BLVD Reconnected Voltage (V), the BLVD route is connected. If BLVD Mode is set to By Time, the BLVD route is disconnected when duration for supplying power by VRLA batteries is longer than the value of BLVD Time. If BLVD Mode is set to By Capacity, the BLVD route is disconnected when the remaining battery electricity is lower than the value of BLVD Disconnected Capacity (%). Enables or disables the LLVD1 function. If the LLVD1 function is disabled but the LLVD1 route has been disconnected, connect the LLVD1 route immediately. The parameter can be set to By Voltage, By Time or By Capacity. If the battery voltage is lower than the value of LLVD1 Disconnected Voltage (V), the LLVD1 route is disconnected. If the rectifier output voltage is higher than the value of LLVD1 Reconnected Voltage (V), the LLVD1 route is connected. Default Value Enable Value Range Enable, Disable

BLVD Mode BLVD Disconnected Voltage(V) BLVD Reconnected Voltage(V) BLVD Time

By Voltage 43.2V

By Voltage, By Time, By Capacity 35.0-47.8V

51.5V

37.0-53.0V

480Min

5-1000 Min

BLVD Disconnected Capacity (%)

5.0%

0.0~100.0%

LLVD1 Enabled

Enable

Enable, Disable

LLVD1 Mode LLVD1 Disconnected Voltage(V) LLVD1 Reconnected Voltage(V)

By Voltage 45.0V

By Voltage, By Time, By Capacity 35.0-47.8V

51.0V

37.0-53.0V

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Parameter LLVD1 Time

Description If LLVD1 Mode is set to By Time, the LLVD1 route is disconnected when duration for supplying power by VRLA batteries is longer than the value of LLVD1 Time. If LLVD1 Mode is set to By Capacity, the LLVD1 route is disconnected when the remaining battery electricity is lower than the value of LLVD1 Disconnected Capacity (%). Enables or disables the LLVD2 function. If the LLVD2 function is disabled but the LLVD2 route has been disconnected, connect the LLVD2 route immediately. The parameter can be set to By Voltage, By Time or By Capacity. If the battery voltage is lower than the value of LLVD2 Disconnected Voltage (V), the LLVD2 route is disconnected. If the rectifier output voltage is higher than the value of LLVD2 Reconnected Voltage (V), the LLVD2 route is connected. If LLVD2 Mode is set to By Time, the LLVD2 route is disconnected when duration for supplying power by VRLA batteries is longer than the value of LLVD2 Time. If LLVD2 Mode is set to By Capacity, the LLVD2 route is disconnected when the remaining battery electricity is lower than the value of LLVD2 Disconnected Capacity (%)

Default Value 180Min

Value Range 5-1000Min

LLVD1 Disconnected Capacity (%)

25.0%

0.0~100.0%

LLVD2 Enabled

Enable

Enable, Disable

LLVD2 Mode LLVD2 Disconnected Voltage(V) LLVD2 Reconnected Voltage(V) LLVD2 Time

By Voltage 45.0V

By Voltage, By Time, By Capacity 35.0-47.8V

51.0V

37.0-53.0V

180Min

5-1000Min

LLVD2 Disconnected Capacity (%)

25.0%

0.0~100.0%

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Figure 7-36 Low voltage disconnection setting on the LCD

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Figure 7-37 Low voltage disconnection setting on the Web UI

7.7 Battery Imbalance Detection


7.7.1 Middle Voltage Detection for a Battery String
Principles
To check battery balance, detect the voltage at the middle point of a battery string during battery discharge. If the absolute value of VB-2 xVn is greater than or equal to 2.0 V for 30 seconds, a battery imbalance alarm is generated. In this formula, VB is the voltage at either end of a battery string and Vn is the voltage at the middle point of battery string n. The SMU02B detects the middle point voltages of a maximum of six battery strings respectively. After the absolute value of VB-2 xVn drops below 2.0 V, the alarm is cleared automatically.

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Figure 7-38 Conceptual diagram for detecting the voltage at the middle point of a battery string

Parameters
There are no parameters for you to configure.

LCD UI
Figure 7-39 Querying a battery imbalance alarm on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-40 Setting a battery imbalance alarm on the Web UI

7.7.2 Battery String Current Imbalance Detection


Principles
If the SMU02B detects that the current difference between battery strings is greater than 30%, it reports an alarm about battery string current imbalance. This alarm is generated only for the power system with two or more shunts. The alarm needs to be cleared manually.

Parameters
No configurable parameters.

7.8 Battery Capacity Calculation


Principles
Calculate the remaining electricity of each battery string and the percentage of the remaining electricity to the rated capacity based on the rated battery capacity and charge and discharge parameters, and calculate the backup time based on the load power.

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Parameters
Table 7-23 Parameter description for battery capacity calculation Parameter 0.05C10 Discharge Time(H) 0.1C10 Discharge Time(H) 0.2C10 Discharge Time(H) 0.3C10 Discharge Time(H) 0.4C10 Discharge Time(H) 0.5C10 Discharge Time(H) 0.6C10 Discharge Time(H) 0.7C10 Discharge Time(H) 0.8C10 Discharge Time(H) 0.9C10 Discharge Time(H) 1.0C10 Discharge Time(H) Capacity Coefficient(%) Description Charge and discharge battery parameters. Configure the parameters based on the specifications for the selected storage batteries. Default Value 20.00H 10.00H 4.00H 2.42H 1.63H 1.16H 0.87H 0.61H 0.50H 0.42H 0.35H 95% Value Range 0.20-50.00H 0.20-50.00H 0.20-50.00H 0.20-50.00H 0.20-50.00H 0.20-50.00H 0.20-50.00H 0.20-50.00H 0.20-50.00H 0.20-50.00H 0.20-50.00H 60-100%

Table 7-24 Battery status parameter description Parameter Capacity(Ah) Capacity Percent(%) Predicted Discharge Time Description Remaining electricity of each battery string Percentage of the remaining electricity of each battery string to the rated capacity Total backup time for the current load power

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Figure 7-41 Setting battery charge and discharge parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-42 Querying remaining battery capacity on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-43 Setting battery charge and discharge parameters on the Web UI

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Figure 7-44 Querying remaining battery capacity on the Web UI

7.9 Intelligent Battery Hibernation


Principles
A storage battery is fully charged in most cases, and the float charging capacity is much greater than the battery self-discharge capacity. This shortens the battery lifespan because surplus electricity is consumed in the corrosion of positive grids and drying of electrolyte. To prolong a battery lifespan, enable the intelligent battery hibernation function when charging storage batteries in float mode. If no mains outage occurs during a long time, charging storage batteries with a small voltage lower than the float voltage also helps to increase a battery lifespan. The SMU02B determines a power grid type based on the total duration for mains failures within 15 consecutive days and then enables an appropriate battery charge management mode to extend a battery lifespan.

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Table 7-25 Intelligent battery hibernation parameters Total Duration for Mains Failures Within 15 Consecutive Days Power Grid Type Charge Mode Current Limit Hibernat ion Voltage Hibern ation Durati on Expect ed Increa se Range of the Batter y Lifesp an 100%

5 hours

Class 1 power grids Class 2 power grids Class 3 power grids Class 4 power grids

Mode A

0.10C

52.0 V

13 days

530 hours

Mode B

0.15C

52.0 V

Six days N/A

50%

30120 hours

Mode C

0.15C

N/A

0%

120 hours

Mode C

0.15C

N/A

N/A

0%

After a power system is powered on, storage batteries are managed in mode C by default to ensure that storage batteries do not overdischarge at the beginning. After the power system runs for a period of time, the SMU02B selects an appropriate battery management mode based on the power grid type.

Parameters
Table 7-26 Parameter description for intelligent battery hibernation Parameter Smart Management Enabled Dormant Voltage(V) Mode A Current Limit(C10) Mode A Dormant Time(Day) Description Enables or disables the intelligent battery hibernation function. Charge voltage in the battery hibernation status Charge current limit in mode A Hibernation duration in mode A Default Value Disable Value Range Enable, Disable

52.0V 0.10C10 13Days

42.0V-58.0V 0.05C10-0.25C10 0Days-30Days

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Parameter Mode B Current Limiting(C10) Mode B Dormant Time(Day) Mode C Current Limiting(C10)

Description Charge current limit in mode B Hibernation duration in mode B Charge current limit in mode C

Default Value 0.15C10 6Days 0.15C10

Value Range 0.05C10-0.25C10 0 Days -15 Days 0.05C10-0.25C10

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Figure 7-45 Intelligent battery hibernation on the LCD UI

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Figure 7-46 Intelligent battery hibernation on the Web UI

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Principles Parameters
Parameter On/Off Control (In Rectifier Summary) On/Off Control (In each rectifier)

Rectifier Management

8.1 Rectifier Power-on/off Control


The SMU02B powers on or off each or all rectifiers.

Table 8-1 Parameter descriptions for rectifier power-on/off control Description Controls the power-on/off for all rectifiers Controls the power-on/off for each rectifier Default Value On On Value Range On,Off On,Off

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Figure 8-1 Controlling rectifier power-on/off on the LCD UI

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Figure 8-2 Controlling rectifier power-on/off on the Web UI

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8.2 Rectifier Output Voltage and Current Limits


Principles
To limit the output voltage, set the expected maximum output voltage. To limit the output current, set the current limit. For example, if the expected output current is 20 A and the rated rectifier current is 50 A, then set the current limit to 40%. ( This function can be enabled only in manual mode. In automatic mode, the values of the parameters listed in Table 8-2 are calculated by the SMU02B based on the active power system status.

Parameters
Table 8-2 Parameter description for rectifier output control Parameter Current Limit Control Description Percentage of the expected output current to the rated rectifier current Rectifier output voltage Default Value 121 % Value Range 1 %121 %

DC Voltage Control

53.0V

42.0V58.3V

LCD UI
Figure 8-3 Setting rectifier output voltage and current limits on the LCD

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Figure 8-4 Setting rectifier output voltage and current limits on the Web UI

8.3 Rectifier Overvoltage Protection (Optional)


Principles
A rectifier is protected if the output voltage is greater than the maximum value.

If a rectifier experiences overvoltage due to an internal fault, the rectifier shuts down and then restarts. If the rectifier experiences three consecutive times of overvoltage due to an internal fault within 5 minutes, the rectifier latches off. If the busbar voltage exceeds 63 V due to an external fault, and the overvoltage condition lasts for more than 500 ms, the rectifier latches off.

The SMU02B generates a rectifier protection alarm. This function applies only to CAN-type rectifiers.

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Table 8-3 Parameter description for rectifier overvoltage protection Parameter High Voltage Limit Description If the rectifier output voltage exceeds the value, the SMU02B generates a rectifier protection alarm. Default Value 59.5V Value Range 58.5V60.5V

Table 8-4 Parameter description for rectifier reset control Parameter Reset (In Rectifier Summary) Reset (In each rectifier) Description Controls the reset for all rectifiers. Controls the reset for each rectifier. Default Value Yes Yes Value Range Yes Yes

LCD
Figure 8-5 Setting rectifier reset on the LCD UI

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Figure 8-6 Setting the output voltage protection threshold for rectifiers on the Web UI

Figure 8-7 Setting rectifier reset on the Web UI

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8.4 Rectifier Walk-in (Optional)


Principles
After rectifier walk-in is enabled, the rectifier output current linearly increases from 0 to the current limit within specified time. This function applies only to CAN-type rectifiers.

Parameters
Table 8-5 Parameter description of rectifier walk-in Parameter Walk-in Enable Walk-in Interval Description Enables or disables rectifier walk-in. Duration within which the rectifier output current linearly increases from 0 to the current limit Default Value Disable 8s Value Range Enable,Disable 8s-200s

LCD UI
Figure 8-8 Enabling rectifier walk-in on the LCD UI

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Figure 8-9 Enabling rectifier walk-in on the Web UI

8.5 Sequential Rectifier Startup (Optional)


Principles
Sequential rectifier startup enables rectifiers to be started one by one according to a preset sequence and by following a preset time interval, minimizing the adverse effect on the rectifier input end. This function applies only to CAN-type rectifiers.

Parameters
Table 8-6 The parameter description of sequential rectifier startup Parameter Sequential Startup Interval Description Time interval between the rectifiers that are started sequentially Default Value 0s Value Range 0s-20s

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Figure 8-10 Enabling sequential rectifier startup on the LCD UI

Web UI
Figure 8-11 Enabling sequential rectifier startup on the Web UI

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Principles

Energy Conservation Management

9.1 Intelligent Rectifier Hibernation


The rectifier efficiency increases in proportion to the load power. If the total load power is low, certain rectifiers can be hibernated to improve the load power of running rectifiers and increase the rectifier efficiency. This facilitates energy conversation. Rectifiers should be hibernated in turn to ensure the same aging degree. If the difference between the longest rectifier running duration and the shortest rectifier running duration exceeds the value of Cycle Period, keep all rectifiers running for 2 hours and then hibernate certain rectifiers.

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Figure 9-1 R4850G1 efficiency curve

Parameters
Table 9-1 Parameter description for intelligent rectifier hibernation Parameter Rectifier Redundancy Enabled(%) Best Rectifier Efficiency(%) Cycle Period Min Working Rectifier Number Description Enables or disables intelligent rectifier hibernation. Loading capacity for the rectifiers running at an optimal efficiency Interval between hibernation operations Minimum number of running rectifiers under the no-load condition Default Value Depends on the power system type 80% Value Range Enable, Disable

50%100%

7 Day 2 PCS

1365 Day 1100 PCS

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Figure 9-2 Setting parameters for intelligent rectifier hibernation on the LCD UI

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Figure 9-3 Setting parameters for intelligent rectifier hibernation on the Web UI

9.2 Peak Shifting Power Consumption


Principles
According to the user s configuration, SMU02B disconnects secondary loads via DO port or disable battery charge within the time periods of high rates and peak rates to reduce electricity bills. User can configure shift peak function only on the Web UI.
NOTE

DO is an external port of a relay and corresponds to ALM (silk-screen) on the user interface module (UIM).

Parameter
Table 9-2 peak shifting power consumption description Parameter Shift peak Enable Description Enable or disable the shift peak function Default Value Disable Value Range Disable, Enable

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Parameter Output 1 Relay

Description The index of the DO port connected to the secondary load 1. In the Figure 9-4 as example, the Output 1 relay is set to Relay 1 The index of the DO port connected to the secondary load 2. In the Figure 9-4 as example, the Output 2 relay is set to Relay 4 The index of the DO port connected to the secondary load 3. In the Figure 9-4 as example, the Output 3 relay is set to Relay 8

Default Value NA

Value Range Relay1-8

Output 2 Relay

NA

Relay1-8

Output 3 Relay

NA

Relay1-8

Figure 9-4 Example for the Output 1/2/3/ Relay Setting

ProcedureTo enable and configure peak shifting power consumption, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Set Shift Peak Enable to Enable. Step 2 Associate output Boolean values with relays. Step 3 Open or close the output Boolean values at different rate periods and enable or disable battery charge.

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Figure 9-5 Setting parameters for peak shifting power consumption

Step 4 Configure the daily power consumption mode. There are six daily power consumption modes numbered A to F. In each mode, you can configure 24 different rates for the 24 hours in each day.

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Figure 9-6 Setting parameters for daily peak shifting power consumption

Step 5 Configure the monthly power consumption mode. The power consumption modes vary in each week and vary in each month.

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Figure 9-7 Setting parameters for monthly peak shifting power consumption

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9.3 Peak Clipping Power Consumption


Principles
The SMU02B enables battery discharge to ensure that the system power does not exceed the maximum peak power preset based on the power supply contract, avoiding unnecessary electricity bills. You can configure peak clipping power consumption only on the Web UI.

ProcedureTo enable and configure peak clipping power consumption, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Set Clip Peak Enable to Enable. Step 2 Set Backup Voltage Protection Enable and Backup Protection Voltage based on site requirements. Step 3 Set parameters under Control For Exceeding Max Power based on site requirements on the page shown in Figure 9-8.

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Figure 9-8 Setting parameters for peak clipping power consumption

Step 4 Configure the daily power consumption mode. There are six daily power consumption modes numbered A to F. In each mode, you can configure 24 different peaks for the 24 hours in each day.

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Figure 9-9 Setting parameters for daily peak clipping power consumption

Step 5 Configure the monthly power consumption mode. The power consumption modes vary in each week and vary in each month.

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Figure 9-10 Setting parameters for monthly peak clipping power consumption

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Temperature Control Management

SMU02B manages the temperature control unit of the power system. Monitoring the type, control mode and status of the temperature control unit. Setting the controlling mode and parameters of the temperature control unit. Setting the alarm threshold of the temperature control unit. Setting the relation between the temperature control unit and DI or DO port.

SMU02B support two types temperature control unit: Direct-cooling unit. Air conditioner & direct-cooling unit.

10.1 Direct-cooling Unit


The direct-cooling unit consists of an air-exhaust device, an air-intake device, an air filter, and a fan assembly. The direct-cooling unit extends the area for exchanging air inside and outside the cabinet, speeds up air circulation, and reduces the operating temperature in the cabinet.

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10.1.1 Monitoring Information


LCD UI
Figure 10-1 Monitoring Information on LCD UI

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Figure 10-2 Monitoring Information on Web UI

10.1.2 Setting the Control Mode and Parameters


Parameters
Table 10-1 Control Mode Parameter Fan Control Mode Description

Default Value Auto

Value Range Auto, Manual

In the Auto mode, SMU02B adjusts the fan speed automaticly depends on the temperature. In the Manual mode, users can adjust the ratio of the fan speed.

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Parameter Heater Control Mode

Description

Default Value Auto

Value Range Auto, Manual

This parameter displays only if the power system is configured with heater. In the Auto mode, SMU02B power on or power off the heater automaticly depends on the temperature. In the Manual mode, users can power on or power off the heater.

Table 10-2 Parameters in Manual Mode Parameter Speed Ratio 1 Description Display and valid when the Fan Control Mode is in Manual mode Display and valid when the Fan Control Mode is in Manual mode Display and valid when the Heater Control Mode is in Manual mode Default Value 50% Value Range 0-100%

Speed Ratio 2

50%

0-100%

Heater Control Now

Off

On, Off

Table 10-3 Parameters in Auto Mode Parameter Heater Start Temperature Description Display and valid when the Heater Control Mode is in Auto mode Display and valid when the Heater Control Mode is in Auto mode Default Value 0degC Value Range -50degC to 100degC

Heater Stop Temperature

5degC

-50degC to 100degC

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Figure 10-3 Setting the Control Mode and Parameters on LCD UI

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Figure 10-4 Setting the Control Mode and Parameters on Web UI

10.1.3 Setting the Alarm Threshold


Parameters
Table 10-4 Alarm Threshold Parameter HT Alarm Threshold Description The SMU02B generates an alarm if the temperature is higher than the value of this parameter. The HT Control temperature Alarm resumes if the temperature is lower than the value of this parameter. Default Value 68.0 degC Value Range -50degC to 100degC

HT Alarm Clear Threshold

63.0 degC

-50degC to 100degC

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Figure 10-5 Setting the Alarm Threshold on LCD UI

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Figure 10-6 Setting the Alarm Threshold on Web UI

10.1.4 Setting the Correlative Port


Parameters
Table 10-5 Alarm Threshold Parameter Heater Control DO Index Heater Alarm DI Index Description SMU02B controls the heater via the DO port SMU02B detects the alarm of heater via the DI port Default Value (Depends on the power system type) (Depends on the power system type) Value Range 0-12

0-7

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Figure 10-7 Setting the Correlative Port on LCD UI

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Figure 10-8 Setting the Correlative Port on Web UI

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10.2 Air Conditioner & Direct-cooling Unit


10.2.1 Monitoring Information
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Figure 10-9 Monitoring Information on LCD UI

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Figure 10-10 Monitoring Information on Web UI

10.2.2 Setting the Control Mode and Parameters


Parameters
Table 10-6 Control Mode Parameter Fan Control Mode Description

Default Value Auto

Value Range Auto, Manual

In the Auto mode, SMU02B adjusts the fan speed automaticly depends on the temperature. In the Manual mode, users can adjust the ratio of the fan speed.

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Parameter Air Conditioner Control Mode

Description

Default Value Auto

Value Range Auto, Manual

In the Auto mode, SMU02B power on or power off the air conditioner automaticly depends on the temperature. In the Manual mode, users can power on or power off the air conditioner. In the Smart Mode, SMU02B adjusts the fan speed and power on or power off the air conditioner automaticly depends on the temperature. In the Fan Only mode, SMU02B adjusts the fan speed automaticly depends on the temperature. The air conditioner is off and can be powered on automaticly when the fan is fault. In the Air Conditioner Only mode, SMU02B power on or power off the air conditioner automaticly depends on the temperature. The fan is off and can be powered on automaticly when the air conditioner is fault.

System Mode

Smart Mode

Smart Mode, Fan Only, Air Conditioner Only

Table 10-7 Parameters in Manual Mode Parameter Speed Ratio 1 Description Display and valid when the Fan Control Mode is in Manual mode Valid when the Air Conditioner Control Mode is in Manual mode Default Value 50% Value Range 0-100%

Air Conditioner Control Now

Off

On, Off

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Figure 10-11 Setting the Control Mode and Parameters on LCD UI

Web UI
Figure 10-12 Setting the Control Mode and Parameters on Web UI

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10.2.3 Setting the Alarm Threshold


Parameters
Table 10-8 Alarm Threshold Parameters Parameter HT Alarm Threshold Description The SMU02B generates an alarm if the temperature is higher than the value of this parameter. The HT Control temperature Alarm resumes if the temperature is lower than the value of this parameter. Default Value 68.0 degC Value Range -50degC to 100degC

HT Alarm Clear Threshold

63.0 degC

-50degC to 100degC

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Figure 10-13 Setting the Alarm Threshold on LCD UI

Web UI
Figure 10-14 Setting the Alarm Threshold on Web UI

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10.2.4 Setting the Correlative Port


Parameters
Table 10-9 Parameters of the Correlative Port Parameter Air-Condition Control DO Index Air-Condition Alarm DI Index Description SMU02B controls the air conditioner via the DO port SMU02B detects the alarm of air conditioner via the DI port Default Value (Depends on the power system type) (Depends on the power system type) Value Range 0-12

0-7

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Figure 10-15 Setting the Correlative Port on LCD UI

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Figure 10-16 Setting the Correlative Port on Web UI

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11.1 Basic Parameters about D.G.
Parameters
Table 11-1 Parameters of diesel function Parameter Diesel Function Description

D.G. Management

11.1.1 Enable Diesel Generator(D.G.) Function

Default Value Non

Value Range Non, Smart Ctrl, Current Limit

Non: Disables D.G. management Current Limit: First ensure the power supply to loads by decreasing the battery charge current, which ensures the reliable D.G. running. Smart Ctrl: Switches the power source between storage batteries and the diesel. If a mains outage occurs, use storage batteries to supply power and do not start the diesel. After the storage batteries discharge to a specified depth, start the diesel. If the mains restores, resume battery charge. Reduce the diesel operating duration by using storage batteries to supply power, which helps save fuel and extend the diesel service life. If you select Smart Ctrl, you are advised to use deep cycle batteries (DCBs) because frequent charge and discharge switches will occur in this mode.

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Figure 11-1 Setting diesel function on the LCD UI

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Figure 11-2 Setting diesel function on the Web UI

11.1.2 Setting Diesel Capacity


This parameter must be configured if you enable the diesel function.

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Parameters
Table 11-2 Parameters of diesel capacity Parameter Diesel Capacity(KVA) Description

Default Value 12.5

Value Range 1.0-100.0 KVA

Output power of the diesel generator. This parameter displays when Diesel Function is in Current Limit mode or Smart Ctrl mode.

LCD UI
Figure 11-3 Setting diesel capacity parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 11-4 Setting diesel capacity parameters on the Web UI

11.1.3 Setting Air Conditioner WorkPower


This parameter must be configured if you enable the diesel function when there is an air conditioner in the power system.

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Table 11-3 Parameters of air conditioner workpower Parameter Air Conditioner WorkPower(KW) Description

Default Value 1.0KW

Value Range 0.0KW-5.0KW

The input power of air conditioner. This parameter displays when Diesel Function is in Current Limit mode or Smart Ctrl mode.

LCD UI
Figure 11-5 Setting air conditioner workpower parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 11-6 Setting air conditioner output power parameters on the Web UI

11.2 Setting the Parameters in Smart Ctrl Mode


Parameters

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Table 11-4 Parameters of diesel battery and charge time Parameter Diesel start battery capacity (%) Description

Default Value 30%

Value Range 20%-90%

When the battery capacity is less then the value, the D.G. starts. This parameter displays when Diesel Function is in Current Limit mode or Smart Ctrl mode. When the battery capacity exceeds thet value, the D.G. stops. This parameter displays when Diesel Function is in Current Limit mode or Smart Ctrl mode. The maximum D.G. operating duration. If the duration ends, the D.G. stops, and storage batteries start to supply power. This parameter displays when Diesel Function is in Current Limit mode or Smart Ctrl mode. The minimum operating duration. D.G.

Diesel stop battery capacity (%)

90%

10%-100%

Max

Diesel

12H

6 H -100 H

Charge Time(H)

Min Diesel Charge Time(H)

0H

0H-5H

This parameter displays when Diesel Function is in Current Limit mode or Smart Ctrl mode.

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Figure 11-7 Setting diesel battery and charge time parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 11-8 Setting diesel battery and charge time parameters on the Web UI

11.3 Setting the Correlative Port


Parameters

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Table 11-5 Parameters of D.G. control DO index Parameter D.G. Working Condition Description

Default Value Open

Value Range Open,Close

Determines the startup or shutdown of a D.G. It is set based on the D.G. type. This parameter displays when Diesel Function is in Current Limit mode or Smart Ctrl mode. Index of the DO port used for controling the D.G. startup or shutdown. This parameter displays when Diesel Function is in Current Limit mode or Smart Ctrl mode.

D.G. Control DO Index

(Depends on the power system type )

0-12

LCD UI
Figure 11-9 Setting D.G. control DO index parameters on the LCD UI

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Figure 11-10 Setting D.G. control DO index parameters on the Web UI

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12.1 Monitoring
12.1.1 System Information
Principles Parameters

Monitoring Information

The SMU02B monitors the AC voltage and current, DC voltage and current, ambient temperature and humidity, and battery temperature for the power system in real time. You can view such information on the LCD and Web UI.

Table 12-1 System information description Parameter AC Voltage (Single phase) AC Total Current Single phase) Phase A/B/C (Three phase) Phase A/B/C (Three phase) AC Frequency DC Output Voltage Total Load Total Current Current of the nth Battery(In VRLA Battery) Ambient Temperature (for Description Mains AC voltage detected by rectifiers. Mains AC current detected by rectifiers. Mains AC voltage detected by rectifiers. Mains AC current detected by rectifiers. Mains AC frequency detected by rectifiers. Busbar voltage detected in real time. The load current equals the total rectifier output current minus the total battery current. Sum of the currents on all battery loops. Current of the nth battery route. Ambient temperature around the cabinet.

Voltage Current

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Parameter Ambient Humidity Battery Temperature

Description Ambient humidity around the cabinet. Temperature of the battery string.

LCD
Figure 12-1 Viewing system information on the LCD

Web UI
Step 1 Log in to the Web UI and then enter the System Status page.

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Figure 12-2 System Status page

Step 2 Click Site Summary and view the values of System Voltage, Total Load, System Efficiency, Peak Power, Peak Power Time and other parameters. Figure 12-3 Site Summary on the System Status page

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Step 3 Click Rectifier Summary and view the values of AC Voltage (Singel Phase), AC Current (Singel Phase) or Phase A/B/C Voltage (Three Phase), and Phase A/B/C Current (Three Phase) and other parameters. Figure 12-4 Rectifier Summary on the System Status page

Step 4 Click Rectifier and view the information about each rectifier, such as the DC Output Voltage, DC Output Current, and so on.

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Figure 12-5 Rectifier on the System Status page

Step 5 Click Battery Summary and view the values of Total Current, Predicted Discharge Time, Batt Charge Status, Battery Test Status and Battery Temperature 1. Figure 12-6 Battery Summary on the System Status page

Step 6 Click VRLA Battery and view the values of Current (A), Capacity(Ah), Capacity Percent(%) of the nth Battery.

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Figure 12-7 VRLA Battery on the System Status page

12.1.2 Rectifier Information


Principles
The SMU02B monitors the rectifier operating information in real time and displays the information on the LCD and Web UI.

Parameters
Table 12-2 Rectifier information description Parameter Total Current Output Description Sum of the output currents of all rectifiers. Percentage of the total output current to the total rated output current.

Used Capacity (Only for CAN-type rectifier) DC Total Power DC Voltage DC Current Output Output

Total rectifier output power. The output voltage of each rectifier. The output current of each rectifier.

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Parameter Current Limit Point (Only for CAN-type rectifier) AC Voltage AC Current DC Power Input Input Output

Description The current limit of each rectifier.

The AC input voltage of each rectifier. The AC input current of each rectifier. The DC output power of each rectifier. The real-time efficiency of each rectifier. The operating duration of each rectifier.

Real Efficiency Total Running Time (Only for CAN-type rectifier) DC On/Off State Current Limit State (Only for CAN-type rectifier) Software Version

The power-on or power-off status of each rectifier. The current limiting status of each rectifier.

The software version number of each rectifier.

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Figure 12-8 Viewing rectifier information on the LCD

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Figure 12-9 Viewing rectifier operating information on the Web UI

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13.1 Alarm Configuration
LCD
Figure 13-1 Setting alarm parameters on the LCD

Alarm

You can enable or disable alarm generation, set the alarm severity, the association with relays, and delay duration.

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Web UI
Figure 13-2 Setting alarm parameters on the Web UI

13.2 Querying Active Alarms


The parameter values in Figure 13-3 are for reference only.

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Figure 13-3 Querying active alarms

13.3 Historical Alarms


At most 1000 cleared alarms are stored in Historical Alarms. You can view, export, and clean them. If the number of alarms exceeds 1000, the later ones overwrite the former ones.

13.3.1 View Historical Alarms


User can view historical alaram by LCD UI and Web UI.

LCD UI
Figure 13-4 Viewing historical alarms on the LCD UI

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Figure 13-5 Viewing historical alarms on the Web UI

13.3.2 Export Historical Alarms


User can export historical alarms in HTML format by Web UI. Click Export to export the historical alarms.

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Figure 13-6 Viewing all historical alarms on the Web UI

Figure 13-7 Exporting all historical alarms on the Web UI

13.3.3 Clean Historical Alarms


User can clean all historical alarms by LCD UI and Web UI.

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LCD UI
Figure 13-8 Cleaning all historical alarms on the LCD UI

Web UI
Figure 13-9 Cleaning all historical alarms on the Web UI

13.4 Alarms
NOTE

The default value of Alarm properties is defferent based on different power system type. The user can configure it.by refering to 13.1 Alarm Configuration.

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DO ports are the external ports of the relay and correspond to the ALM series silk screens on the user interface board. For details, see the Power System User Manual.

13.4.1 Internal Fault


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Internal Fault Web UI Supervision Unit Internal Fault Alarm Properties Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
If internal input voltage exceeds the specified range, the SMU02B generates an alarm for an internal fault, indicating that a fault occurs in the internal circuits or external sensor circuits.

13.4.2 Mains Failure


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Mains Failure Web UI Mains Failure Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the mains voltage is below 50 V.

13.4.3 AC Phase Failure


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Phase A Failure Phase B Failure Phase C Failure Web UI Phase A Failure Phase B Failure Phase C Failure Alarm Enabled Enable Enable Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Critical Critical Relay NA NA NA Delay 13s 13s 13s

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Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the phase voltage is below 50 V.

13.4.4 AC Overvoltage (for a Single-Phase Power System)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD AC Volt Over Web UI AC Over Voltage (Single phase) Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 20s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the AC voltage exceeds the AC overvoltage alarm threshold (280 V by default). For a 220 V power system, the default AC overvoltage alarm threshold is 280 V. For a 110 V power system, the default AC overvoltage alarm threshold is set on the host and the recommended value is 135 V. The alarm is cleared if the mains voltage is lower than the overvoltage alarm threshold minus 10 V for 20 seconds. The overvoltage alarm threshold can be set on the host. The mains overvoltage alarm is masked in the case of mains absence.

Parameters
Parameter AC Voltage (V) Over Point Description AC voltage exceeds the value of AC Over Voltage, generate an alarm. The setting value of AC Over Voltage Point must be higher than AC Under Voltage. Default Value 280V Value Range 100V300V

13.4.5 AC Undervoltage (for a Single-Phase Power System)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD AC Under Volt Web UI AC Under Voltage (Single phase) Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 26s

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Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the AC voltage is below the AC undervoltage alarm threshold (180 V by default). For a 220 V power system, the default AC undervoltage alarm threshold is 180 V. For a 110 V power system, the default AC undervoltage alarm threshold is set on the host and the recommended value is 90 V. The alarm is cleared if the mains voltage is higher than the undervoltage alarm threshold plus 10 V for 20 seconds. The undervoltage alarm threshold can be set on the host. The mains undervoltage alarm is masked in the case of mains absence.

Parameters
Parameter AC Voltage (V) Under Point Description AC voltage is below the value of AC Under Voltagegenerate an alarm. The setting value of AC Under Voltage must be lower than the AC Over Voltage. Default Value 180V Value Range 60V300V

13.4.6 Phase Overvoltage (for a Three-Phase Power System)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Ph-A Volt Ph-B Volt Ph-C Volt Over Web UI Phase A Over Voltage (Three Phase) Phase B Over Voltage (Three Phase) Phase C Over Voltage (Three Phase) Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 25s

Over

Enable

Minor

NA

25s

Over

Enable

Minor

NA

25s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the phase voltage exceeds the AC overvoltage alarm threshold (280 V by default). For a 220 V power system, the default phase overvoltage alarm threshold is 280 V. For a 110 V power system, the default phase overvoltage alarm threshold is set on the host and the recommended value is 135 V.

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The alarm is cleared if the mains voltage is lower than the overvoltage alarm threshold minus 10 V for 20 seconds. The overvoltage alarm threshold can be set on the host. The mains overvoltage alarm is masked in the case of mains absence.

Parameters
Parameter AC Voltage (V) Over Point Description Phase A/B/C voltage exceeds the value of AC Over Voltage, generate an alarm. This setting value of AC Over Voltage must be higher than the AC Under Voltage Point. Default Value 280V Value Range 100V300V

13.4.7 Phase Undervoltage (for a Three-Phase Power System)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Ph-A/B/C Under Volt Web UI Phase A/B/C Under Voltage (Three Phase) Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 26s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the phase voltage is below the AC undervoltage alarm threshold (180 V by default). For a 220 V power system, the default phase undervoltage alarm threshold is 180 V. For a 110 V power system, the default phase undervoltage alarm threshold is set on the host and the recommended value is 90 V. The alarm is cleared if the mains voltage is higher than the undervoltage alarm threshold plus 10 V for 20 seconds. The undervoltage alarm threshold can be set on the host. The mains undervoltage alarm is masked in the case of mains absence.

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Parameters
Parameter AC Voltage (V) Under Point Description Phase A/B/C voltage is below the value of AC Under Voltage, generate an alarm. The setting value of AC Under Voltage must be lower then the AC Over Voltage. Default Value 180V Value Range 60V300V

13.4.8 AC SPD Fault


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD AC Alarm SPD Web UI AC Alarm SPD Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the AC SPD is faulty.

13.4.9 DC Overvoltage
Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD DC Over Volt Web UI DC Over Voltage Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
You can set the DC overvoltage alarm threshold to any value in the range of 53 V to 60 V. The hysteresis is 0.2 V. The default DC overvoltage alarm threshold is 58 V. The SMU02B generates an alarm if the busbar voltage exceeds 58 V. The alarm is cleared if the busbar voltage is lower than or equal to 57.85 V.

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Parameters
Parameter DC Over Voltage (V) Description Busbar voltage exceeds the value of DC Over Voltage, generate an alarm. The setting value of DC Over Voltage must be higher than the DC Under Voltage. Default Value 58V Value Range 53.0V60.0V

13.4.10 DC Undervoltage
Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD DC Volt Under Web UI DC Under Voltage Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
You can set the DC undervoltage alarm threshold to any value in the range of 35 V to 47.8 V. The hysteresis is 0.2 V. The default DC undervoltage alarm threshold is 45 V. The SMU02B generates an alarm if the busbar voltage is below 45 V. The alarm is cleared if the busbar voltage is higher than or equal to 45.2 V. The SMU02B generates the alarm if the storage batteries are not being tested.

Parameters
Parameter DC Under Voltage (V) Description Busbar voltage is below the value of DC Under Voltage, generate an alarm. The setting value of DC Under Voltage must be lower than Lower than DC Over Voltage Default Value 45V Value Range 35.0V47.8V

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13.4.11 DC Ultra Overvoltage


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD DC Ultra Over V Web UI DC Ultra Over Voltage Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Relay NA Delay 5s

Alarm Description
You can set the DC ultra overvoltage alarm threshold to any value in the range of 53 V to 60 V. The hysteresis is 0.2 V. The default DC ultra overvoltage alarm threshold is 60 V. The SMU02B generates an alarm if the busbar voltage exceeds 60V. The alarm is cleared if the busbar voltage is lower than or equal to 59.8 V.

Parameters
Parameter DC Ultra Voltage (V) Over Description Busbar voltage exceeds the value of DC Ultra Over Voltage, generate an alarm. The setting value of DC Ultra Over Voltage must be higher than the DC Over Voltage. Default Value 60V Value Range 53.0V60.0V

13.4.12 DC Ultra Undervoltage


Alarm LCD DC Ultra UnderV Web UI DC Ultra Under Voltage Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Relay NA Delay 5s

Alarm Description
You can set the DC ultra undervoltage alarm threshold to any value in the range of 35 V to 47.8 V. The hysteresis is 0.2 V. The default DC ultra undervoltage alarm threshold is 43 V. The SMU02B generates an alarm if the busbar voltage is below 43 V. The alarm is cleared if the busbar voltage is higher than or equal to 43.2 V.

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The SMU02B generates the alarm if the storage batteries are not being tested.

Parameters
Parameter DC Ultra Under Voltage (V) Description Busbar voltage is below the value of DC Ultra Under Voltage, generate an alarm. The setting value of DC Ultra Under Voltage must be lower than the DC Under Voltage. Default Value 43V Value Range 35.0V47.8V

13.4.13 Load Fuse Break


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Load Break Fuse Web UI Load Break Fuse Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm for multiple load fuses. The SMU02B generates an alarm if the load fuse breaks down or circuit breaker is OFF.

13.4.14 DC SPD Alarm


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD DC SPD Alarm Web UI DC SPD Alarm Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the DC SPD is faulty.

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13.4.15 Wire Frame Alarm


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Wire Alarm Web UI Wire Alarm Frame Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the distribution frame voltage is higher than the distribution frame alarm threshold (10 V). The hysteresis is 2 V.

13.4.16 LLVD1 Disconnecting


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD LLVD1 Dis-ing Web UI LLVD1 Disconnecting Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
Thirty seconds before LLVD1, the SMU02B warns you that LLDV1 is about to disconnect.

13.4.17 LLVD1 Disconnected


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD LLVD1 Discon. Web UI LLVD1 Disconnected Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
Please refer to 7.6 Low Voltage Disconnection Protection.

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13.4.18 LLVD2 Disconnecting


This alarm parameter displays, only if three-level disconnection (LLVD1, LLVD2, and BLVD) is configured in power system.

Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD LLVD2 Dis-ing Web UI LLVD2 Disconnecting Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
Thirty seconds before LLVD, the SMU02B warns you that LLVD2 is about to disconnect.

13.4.19 LLVD2 Disconnected


This alarm parameter displays, only if three-level disconnection (LLVD1, LLVD2, and BLVD) is configured in power system.

Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD LLVD2 Discon. Web UI LLVD2 Disconnected Alarm Enabled Disable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
Please refer to 7.6 Low Voltage Disconnection Protection.

13.4.20 Charge Overcurrent


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Over Current Web UI Over Current Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 60s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the charge current is higher than the rated battery capacity multiplied by the overcurrent threshold for 30 seconds.

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The alarm is cleared if the charge current is lower than the rated battery capacity multiplied by the overcurrent threshold.

Parameters
Parameter Rated Capacity (Ah) Over Current (C10) Description The rated capacity of VRLA battery The setting value of Over Current must be higher than Current Limit. The setting value of Current Limit must be lower than Over Current. Default Value 150Ah 0.25 C10 Value Range 10Ah10000Ah 0.050.50 C10

Current (C10)

Limit

0.15 C10

0.050.25 C10

13.4.21 Battery Imbalance


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Batt 1 Imb Batt 2 Imb Batt 3 Imb Batt 4 Imb Batt 5 Imb Batt 6 Imb Web UI Battery Imbalance Battery Imbalance Battery Imbalance Battery Imbalance Battery Imbalance Battery Imbalance 1 2 3 4 5 6 Alarm Enabled Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Major Major Major Major Major Relay NA NA NA NA NA NA Delay 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s

Alarm Description
Assume that the voltage at the middle point of the battery string is V1 and the busbar voltage is VB during battery discharge. If |VB 2 x V1| 2.0 V for 30 seconds, the SMU02B generates a battery imbalance alarm. The alarm is cleared if the condition does not meet.

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You only need to test battery balance during battery discharge. Battery imbalance does not affect battery tests. The SMU02B fails to generate an alarm if the cables SIM 1 and SIM 2 do not connect to the test points on the storage batteries.

13.4.22 Battery Lost


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Battery 1 Lost Battery 2 Lost Battery 3 Lost Battery 4 Lost Battery 5 Lost Battery 6 Lost Web UI Battery 1 Lost Battery 2 Lost Battery 3 Lost Battery 4 Lost Battery 5 Lost Battery 6 Lost Alarm Enabled Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Critical Critical Critical Critical Critical Relay NA NA NA NA NA NA Delay 30s 30s 30s 30s 30s 30s

Alarm Description
When the normal voltage at the middle point of the battery string keeps above 15V, the SMU02B generates an alarm if the voltage at the middle point of the battery string become below 10 V.

13.4.23 Battery Fuse Break


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Bat Fuse Break Bat Fuse Break Bat Fuse Break Bat Fuse Break Bat Fuse Break 1 2 3 4 5 Web UI Battery Fuse 1 Break Battery Fuse 2 Break Battery Fuse 3 Break Battery Fuse 4 Break Battery Fuse 5 Break Alarm Enabled Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Critical Critical Critical Critical Relay NA NA NA NA NA Delay 10s 10s 10s 10s 10s

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Alarm Bat Fuse Break 6 Battery Fuse 6 Break Enable

Alarm Properties Critical NA 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the battery fuse breaks down.

13.4.24 High Battery Temperature


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Batt Temp High Web UI Battery High Temperature Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 300s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the battery temperature is higher than the value of Battery High Temp (45C by default). The hysteresis is 5C.

Parameters
Parameter Battery High Temp (C) Description The battery temperature is higher than the value of Battery High Temp, generare an alarm. The setting value of Battery High Temp must be lower than Battery Very High Temp. Default Value 45C Value Range 25C80C

13.4.25 Low Battery Temperature


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Batt Temp Low Web UI Battery Low Temperature Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 20s

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Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the battery temperature is lower than the value of Battery Low Temp (5C by default). The hysteresis is 3C.

Parameters
Parameter Battery Low Temp (C) Description Battery temperature is below the value of Battery Low Temp, generate an alarm. The setting value of Battery Low Temp must be higher than Battery Very Low Temperature Default Value -5C Value Range 20C to 20C

13.4.26 Battery Very High Temperature


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Bat Very HiTemp Web UI Battery Very High Temperature Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 200s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the battery temperature is higher than the battery very high temperature (53C by default). The hysteresis is 5C.

Parameters
Parameter Battery Very High Temp (C) Description The battery temperature is higher than the value of the battery very high temperature, generate an alarm. The setting value of Battery Very High Temp must be higher than Battery High Temperature. Default Value 53C Value Range 25C80C

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13.4.27 Battery Very Low Temperature


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Batt V-Low Temp Web UI Battery Very Low Temperature Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the battery temperature is lower than the battery very low temperature (10C by default). The hysteresis is 3C.

Parameters
Parameter Battery Very Low Temp (C) Description The battery temperature is lower than the battery very low temperature, generate an alarm. The setting value of Battery Very Low Temp must be lower than the Battery Low Temperature. Default Value 10C Value Range 20C to 20C

13.4.28 Battery Temperature Sensor1 Fault


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD T-Sensor1 Fault Web UI Batt Temp Sensor1 Fault Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 5s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the battery temperature sensor is faulty. For a 420 mA current-type sensor, the SMU02B determines that the sensor is faulty if the sensor output current is greater than 30 mA.

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13.4.29 Battery Temperature Sensor1 Missing


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Miss Temp1 Batt Web UI Missing Batt Temp Sensor1 Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 6s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the battery temperature sensor is disconnected. For a 420 mA current-type sensor, the SMU02B determines that the sensor is disconnected if the sensor output current is less than 0.5 mA.

13.4.30 BLVD Disconnecting


Alarm Properties
LCD BLVD Dis-ing Web UI BLVD Disconnecting Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
Thirty seconds before BLVD, the SMU02B warns you that the battery route is about to disconnect.

13.4.31 BLVD Disconnected


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD BLVD Discon Web UI BLVD Disconnected Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
Please refer to 7.6 Low Voltage Disconnection Protection.

13.4.32 Current Imbalance


This alarm is valid only if two or more shunts are configured in the power system.

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Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Batt Imb Cur Web UI Batt Imbalance Current Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the difference between battery string currents is greater than the maximum current difference (0.05C 10A by default) in a short test. The SMU02B determines current imbalance immediately only when the short test ends due to time arrival. This alarm is cleared only after battery alarms are cleared.

13.4.33 Boost Charging


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD BC Status Web UI Boost Charge Status Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm when storage batteries are being charged in boost mode.

13.4.34 Battery Temperature Compensation Activation


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD TempComp Active Web UI Temp Compensation Active Alarm Enabled Disable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B adjusts the charge voltage based on the battery temperature and warns you that battery temperature compensation is activated if the storage batteries are being charged in float mode or hibernated, the battery temperature sensor is connected, and the temperature compensation coefficient is not zero.

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13.4.35 Battery Discharge


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Batt Discharge Web UI Battery Discharge Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 30s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if storage batteries are discharging, that is, the battery current is less than 1 A and the battery voltage is lower than 53 V.

13.4.36 Abnormal Battery Current


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Abnor Current Batt Web UI Abnormal Battery Current Alarm Enabled Disable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
If the boost charging current of battery is less than the steady boost charging current for a time that is specified by BC to FC Delay, storage batteries switch from boost charging to float charging. If two consecutive times of boost charging both consume a time longer than the boost charging protection time, the SMU02B disables boost charging and generates an alarm about abnormal battery currents.

13.4.37 Battery Test Cancellation


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Test Cancelled Web UI Battery Test Cancelled Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 0s

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Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the battery test is aborted because of host protocols or the control by the local maintenance terminal. This alarm is cleared only after battery alarms are cleared.

13.4.38 Current Limit Exceeded


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Exceed Curr Lmt Web UI Exceed Limit Current Alarm Enabled Disable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the battery charge current exceeds the battery current limit (battery current limit x rated battery capacity) for over 10 seconds. The alarm is cleared if the charge current is lower than the battery current limit minus one.

Parameters
Parameter Current (C10) Limit Description The setting value of Current Limit must be lower than Over Current Default Value 0.15 C10 Value Range 0.05 C10 C100.25

13.4.39 Fault (for Lithium Battery)


This parameter displays, only if the power system is configured with Lithium battery.

Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Failure (Lithium Battery) Web UI Failure (Lithium Battery) Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the heater is faulty, the heater service life ends, or a board is faulty.

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13.4.40 Protection (for Lithium Battery)


This parameter displays, only if the power system is configured with Lithium battery.

Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Protected (Lithium Battery) Web UI Protected (Lithium Battery) Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if lithium batteries protect against low temperatures, high discharge temperatures for electrochemical cells, high charge temperatures for electrochemical cells, battery string overvoltage, battery string undervoltage, battery string charge overcurrent, and battery string discharge overcurrent.

13.4.41 No response (for Lithium Battery)


This parameter displays, only if the power system is configured with Lithium battery.

Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD No Response (Lithium Battery) Web UI No Response (Lithium Battery) Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if its communication with lithium battery is disconnected.

13.4.42 Minor Alarm (for Lithium Battery)


This parameter displays, only if the power system is configured with Lithium battery.

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Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Minor Alarm (Lithium Battery) Web UI Minor Alarm (Lithium Battery) Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates minor alarms for the faults such as high discharge temperatures for electrochemical cells, high charge temperatures for electrochemical cells, battery string overvoltage, battery string undervoltage, battery string charge overcurrent, battery string discharge overcurrent, and low temperatures.

13.4.43 Rectifier Failure


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Rect Failure Web UI Rectifier Failure Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 20s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the rectifier is faulty.

13.4.44 Rectifier Protection


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Rect Protect Web UI Rectifier Protect Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 20s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if a rectifier is protected due to an exception.

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13.4.45 No Response (for Rectifier)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD No Response (Rectifier) Web UI No Response (Rectifier) Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 15s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if its communication with a rectifier is disconnected.

13.4.46 Rectifier AC Power Failure


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD AC Fail (Rectifier) Web UI AC Fail (Rectifier) Alarm Enabled Disable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if a rectifier has no power input.

13.4.47 Rectifier DC Over voltage


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD DC Over Volt Web UI DC Over Voltage(Rectifier) Alarm Enabled Disable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the DC output voltage of rectifiers is higher than the output overvoltage protection threshold (58 V by default).

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13.4.48 Rectifier Fan Failure


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Fan Failure Web UI Fan Failure(Rectifier) Alarm Enabled Disable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 20s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the fan in a rectifier is faulty.

13.4.49 Rectifier Lost


The display of this parameter depends on the rectifier type.

Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Rectifier Lost Web UI Rectifier Lost Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if it detects that the number of rectifiers decreases after rectifier reconfiguration.

13.4.50 Rectifier Redundancy Active


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Rect Act Redund Web UI Rectifier Redundancy Active Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
Certain rectifiers hibernate if the condition for rectifier hibernation is met.

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13.4.51 Rectifier Not Redundant


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Not Redundant Web UI PSU Redundant Not Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 15s

Alarm Description
1 If two types of rectifiers (with different rated currents) coexist, the SMU02B does not generate an alarm. 2 If Total rated current Total output current > 1.2 x Maximum rated current, the SMU02B does not generate an alarm. 3 If Total rated current Total output current Maximum rated current, the SMU02B generates an alarm.

13.4.52 Single Rectifier Fault (Redundant)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Rect Fault(R) Web UI Single Rect Fault(Redundant) Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 30s

Alarm Description
If one rectifier is faulty, the power system also allows the other rectifiers to work in redundancy mode.

13.4.53 Single Rectifier Fault (Not Redundant)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Rect Fault(NR) Web UI Single Fault(Not Redundant) Rect Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 30s

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Alarm Description
If a single rectifier is faulty and the power system does not support redundancy, the SMU02B generates an alarm, warning you that the faulty rectifier should be replaced as soon as possible.

13.4.54 Multi-Rectifier Fault


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD MultiRect Fault Web UI Multi Fault Rect Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 20s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if two or more rectifiers are faulty.

13.4.55 Rectifier Loading Failure


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD PSU Fault Load Web UI PSU Fault Load Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if it fails to load rectifiers. In this case, replace faulty rectifiers immediately.

13.4.56 High Rectifier Capacity


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD High Rect Cap Web UI High Rectifier Capacity Alarm Enabled Disable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 30s

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Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if Load current < Rectifier redundancy percentage (%) x Rated output capacity.

Parameters
Parameter High PSU Capacity Percentage (%) Description Default Value 20 Value Range [0,120]

13.4.57 Low Rectifier Capacity


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Low Rect Cap Web UI Low Rectifier Capacity Alarm Enabled Disable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 30s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the load current > Rectifier redundancy percentage (%) x the rated output capacity.

Parameters
Parameter Low PSU Capacity Percentage (%) Description Default Value 100 Value Range [0,120]

13.4.58 High Ambient Temperature


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Amb Temp High Web UI Ambient High Temp Alarm Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 20s

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Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the ambient temperature is higher than the high ambient temperature alarm threshold (50 C by default). The hysteresis is 3 C.

Parameters
Parameter Ambient High Temp Point(degC) Description Ambient temperature is higher than the value of high ambient temperature, generates an alarm. The setting value of Ambient High Temp is lower than Ambient Very High Temp Point. Default Value 50 C Value Range 2580 C

13.4.59 Ambient Very High Temperature


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Amb V-High Temp Web UI Ambient Very High Temp Alarm Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the ambient temperature is higher than the alarm threshold (55C by default) for ambient very high temperature. The hysteresis is 3C.

Parameters
Parameter Ambient Very High Temp Point (C) Description Ambient temperature is higher than the value of Ambient Very High Temp, generate an alarm. The setting value of Ambient Very High Temp must be higher than Ambient High Temp. Default Value 55C Value Range 25C80C

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13.4.60 Low Ambient Temperature


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Amb Temp Low Web UI Ambient Low Temp Alarm Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 20s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the ambient temperature is lower than the value of Ambient Low Temp Point (0C by default). The hysteresis is 3C.

Parameters
Parameter Ambient Low Temp Point (C) Description If the ambient temperature is lower than the the value of Ambient Low Temp, generate an alarm. Default Value 0C Value Range 20C to 20C

13.4.61 High Ambient Humidity


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Amb Humi High Web UI Ambient High Humidity Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the ambient humidity is higher than the alarm threshold (80% RH by default) for very high humidity. The hysteresis is 5% RH.

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Parameters
Parameter Ambient High Humidity Point (%) Description Ambient humidity is higher than the value of Ambient High Humidity, generate an alarm. The setting vaule of Ambient High Humidity must be higher than Ambient Low Humidity. Default Value 80% Value Range 0%100%

13.4.62 Low Ambient Humidity


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Amb Humi Low Web UI Ambient Low Humidity Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the ambient humidity is lower than the alarm threshold (10% RH by default) for very low humidity. The hysteresis is 5% RH.

Parameters
Parameter Ambient Low Humidity Point (%) Description Ambient humidity is lower than the value of Ambient Low Humidity, generate an alarm. The setting value of Ambient Low Humidity must be lower than Ambient High Humidity. Default Value 10% Value Range 0%100%

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13.4.63 Ambient Temperature Sensor1 Fault


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD T-Sensor1 Fault Web UI Amb Temp Sensor1 Fault Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 5s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the ambient temperature sensor is faulty. For a 420 mA current-type sensor, the SMU02B determines that the sensor is faulty if the sensor output current is greater than 30 mA.

13.4.64 Ambient Temperature Sensor1 Missing


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Miss Temp1 Amb Web UI Missing Amb Temp Sensor1 Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the ambient temperature sensor is disconnected. For a 420 mA current-type sensor, the SMU02B determines that the sensor is disconnected if the sensor output current is less than 0.5 mA.

13.4.65 Ambient Humidity Sensor1 Fault


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Amb Fault HS1 Web UI Amb Humidity Sensor1 Fault Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 0s

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Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the ambient humidity sensor is faulty. For a 420 mA current-type sensor, the SMU02B determines that the sensor is faulty if the sensor output current is greater than 30 mA.

13.4.66 Ambient Humidity Sensor1 Missing


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Miss Humi1 Amb Web UI Missing Amb Humi Sensor1 Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the ambient humidity sensor is disconnected. For a 420 mA current-type sensor, the SMU02B determines that the sensor is disconnected if the sensor output current is less than 0.5 mA.

13.4.67 Door Sensor Alarm


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Door Alarm Web UI Door Contact Alarm Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the cabinet door is not closed properly.

13.4.68 Smoke Sensor Alarm


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Smoke Alarm Web UI Smoke Detector Alarm Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Relay NA Delay 0s

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Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the smoke sensor detects smoke.

13.4.69 Water Sensor Alarm


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Water Alarm Web UI Water Detector Alarm Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the water sensor detects water.

13.4.70 Alarms Generated from Ports DI 16


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD DI 1 Alarm DI 2 Alarm DI 3 Alarm DI 4 Alarm DI 5 Alarm DI 6 Alarm Web UI DI 1 Alarm DI 2 Alarm DI 3 Alarm DI 4 Alarm DI 5 Alarm DI 6 Alarm Alarm Enabled Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Relay NA NA NA NA NA NA Delay 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s

Alarm Description
If you configure that an alarm is generated for a high level, the SMU02B generates an alarm if the DI port is at a high level. If you configure that an alarm is generated for a low level, the SMU02B generates an alarm if the DI port is at a low level.

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Parameters
Parameter DI 1 Alarm Condition DI 2 Alarm Condition DI 3 Alarm Condition DI 4 Alarm Condition DI 5 Alarm Condition DI 6 Alarm Condition Description DI port status when there is an alarm. Default Value Close Close Close Close Close Close Value Range Open \Close Open \Close Open \Close Open \Close Open \Close Open \Close

13.4.71 Battery Manual Switch On


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Battery Manual Switch On Web UI Battery Manual Switch On Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 10s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if storage batteries are connected manually.

13.4.72 Unknown System Type


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Unknown System Web UI Unknown System Type Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Critical Relay NA Delay 0s

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Parameters
Parameter System Type Description The type of cabinet Default Value Value Range -

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the cabinet type cannot be identified.In this case, you need to set System Type to the type of the current cabinet.

13.4.73 ATS Fault


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD ATS Fault Web UI ATS Fault Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if it detects a condition for 10 minutes that the ATS mains status is normal but actually there is no mains input.

13.4.74 Diesel Fault


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Diesel Fault Web UI Diesel Fault Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Major Relay NA Delay 0s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the D.G. supplies no AC power 3 minutes after the D.G. starts.The alarm is cleared after the AC input resumes or the D.G. fault is rectified.

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13.4.75 TEMP Sensor Diconnection(For TCU Summary)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Sensor 1Disco Web UI TEMP 1Sensor Diconnection TEMP 2 Sensor Diconnection Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Warning Relay NA Delay 2s

Sensor Disco

Enable

Warning

NA

2s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the TCU temperature sensor is not connected.

13.4.76 TEMP Sensor Fault(For TCU Summary)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Sensor 1 Fault Sensor 2 Fault Web UI TEMP 1 Sensor Fault TEMP 2 Sensor Fault Alarm Enabled Enable Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Minor Relay NA NA Delay 5s 5s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the TCU temperature sensor is faulty.

13.4.77 HT Control temperature Alarm(For TCU Summary)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD HT Ctrl Alarm T Web UI HT Control temperature Alarm Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 20s

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Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the temperature of TCU1 is higher than the value of HT Control temperature Alarm.

13.4.78 Air Conditioner Fault(For TCU Summary)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD A/C Fault Web UI Air Conditioner Fault Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 20s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if it receives a fault alarm from the air conditioner.

13.4.79 Heat Fault(For TCU Summary)


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Heat Fault Web UI Heat Fault Alarm Enabled Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Relay NA Delay 30s

Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if it receives a fault alarm from the heater over a dry contact.

13.4.80 Fan Fault


Alarm Properties
Alarm LCD Fan 1 Fault Fan 2 Fault Fan 3 Fault Fan 4 Fault Web UI Fan 1 Fault Fan 2 Fault Fan 3 Fault Fan 4 Fault Alarm Enabled Enable Enable Enable Enable Alarm Properties Alarm Severity Minor Minor Minor Minor Relay NA NA NA NA Delay 1s 1s 1s 1s

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Alarm Description
The SMU02B generates an alarm if the target rotational speed is higher than 15% of the maximum rotational speed but the actual rotational speed is lower than 10% of the maximum rotational speed.

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14.1 Version
LCD

Maintenance

You can view the software version on both the LCD and Web UI.

To view the SMU02B version on the LCD, enter the standby screen and then press Cancel. Figure 14-1 SMU02B version information on the LCD(for reference)

Web UI
The Version Management page shown in Figure 14-2 allows you to view the SMU02B version.

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Figure 14-2 SMU02B version information on the Web UI

14.2 Configuration
Parameter Save As Default Configuration Restore To Default Configuration Description Save current parameter settings as default settings.

Restore parameter settings to default settings:

If default parameter settings are saved, the configuration will be restored to default settings. If no default parameter settings are saved, the configuration will be restored to the factory settings.

Note: This operation will cause SMU reboot. Restore To Configuration Manu The configuration will be restored to the factory settings. Note: This operation will cause SMU reboot. Download Default Configuration Upload Default Configuration File Download the default settings If you upload the local configuration file to the SMU02B, the parameter settings will be synchronized to the SMU02B. Note: This operation will cause SMU reboot.

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14.3 SMU02B Reboot


After the SMU02B reboots, rectifiers, storage batteries, and other devices that connected to this SMU02B will not be controlled or managed properly. The configuration will be loaded automatically after the SMU02B reboots. The following operations will lead to SMU02B reboot. 1. Switch the system type. The system type is set based on site requirements before the SMU02B is delivered. You are not advised to change the system type. Otherwise, the parameter settings will be changed. Operator users do not have permission to switch the system type. 2. Upload the system type file. The system type is set based on site requirements before the SMU02B is delivered. You are not advised to change the system type. Otherwise, the parameter settings will be changed. Only admin users have permission to upload the system type file. Figure 14-3 Upload the system type file

3. Operate configuration file:


Restore To Default Configuration Restore To Manu Configuration Upload Default Configuration File Operator users do not have permission to perform above operations.

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Figure 14-4 Operate configuration file

4. Only admin users have permission to reboot the SMU02 over a WebUI.

14.4 Managing Users


The SMU02B supports a maximum of three online users.User types are classified into admin, engineer, and operator. Table 14-1 describes the rights of the three user types. You can manage users only on the Web UI.

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Table 14-1 User right description User Type Admin Engineer Rights Has the rights of viewing, setting, and controlling all attributes and functions. Has the same rights as Admin besides the rights of upgrading software, downloading historical logs and statistics, setting energy conservation parameters, Has the rights of viewing system status, system configuration, control parameters, battery test records, alarm parameters, and electronic labels, and setting the time and certain control parameters. Maximum Number of Users 5 5

Operator

Web UI
The User Management page shown in Figure 14-5 allows you to create and delete users and modify user information. Figure 14-5 User Management page

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14.5 Setting the Date and Time


LCD UI
Figure 14-6 Setting Date and Time on LCD UI

Web UI
The Site Configure page shown in Figure 14-7 allows you to set the system time and time zone.

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Figure 14-7 Setting Date and Time on Web UI

14.6 Downloading Historical Logs and Statistics


Historical logs include the running logs and configuration files for the SMU02B, and help to query the SMU02B configuration and historical running status as well as identify faults. Statistics include the general power grid quality over the past three years and the data relating to intelligent battery management.

14.7 Downloading Historical Data


Historical Data records the real-time values of specified signals generated when the interval arrives or the data changes. The signals can be customized and currently the following signals are recorded: Analog signals: Phase A \B\C Voltag, AC Voltage, System Voltage, Battery Total Current, Total Load, Battery Temperature, Ambient Temperature, Ambient Humidity, Capacity Percent, and Fan Speed. Status signals: System power supply State, Battery Charge, Battery Management. The interval between data recording is user-defined.You can download data over a WebUI and open it by using the Excel spreadsheet. Parameters Record Interval(Min) Description The interval between recording historical data Default Value 15min Value Range 1-60min

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Figure 14-8 Setting Record Interval

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Figure 14-9 Downloading Historical Data

14.8 Viewing and Exporting Electronic Labels


The Electronic Label page shown in Figure 14-10 allows you to view electronic label information about system components such as the SMU02B, rectifier, and backplane, and to export electronic labels in HTML format by clicking Export.

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Figure 14-10 Electronic Label page

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15.1 Common Faults
Symptom The major alarm indicator (red) is steady on. The minor alarm indicator (yellow) is steady on. The Run indicator (green) blinks at 4 Hz. Cause

Troubleshooting

Table 15-1 describes the common SMU02B faults and troubleshooting measures. Table 15-1 Common SMU02B faults and troubleshooting measures Measures Query alarms on the LCD or Web UI, and rectify the faults. Query alarms on the LCD or Web UI, and rectify the faults. Connect communications cables correctly. Reseat the SMU02B. Connect communications cables correctly.

A critical or major alarm is generated. A minor or warning alarm is generated. The SMU02B does not communicate with the host properly. The network communication is interrupted.

The Communication indicator on the FE port (green) is off.

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Table A-1 Technical specifications Category Environmental conditions Item Operating temperature Transportation temperature Storage temperature Operating humidity Storage humidity Altitude

Technical Specifications

Specifications 40C to +70C 40C to +70C 40C to +70C 5%95% RH (non-condensing) 5%95% RH (non-condensing) 04000 m When the altitude ranges from 3000 m to 4000 m, the operating temperature decreases by 1 C for each additional 200 m. 3672 V DC 0.5 A 40.8 mm x 99 mm x 194.3 mm 1.5 kg 250,000 hours

Power supply

Input voltage range Maximum current

Structure

Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight

Mean time between failures (MTBF)

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D D.G. DI DO diesel generator dry contact input dry contact output F FE fast Ethernet

Acronyms and Abbreviations

L LCD liquid crystal display

S SMU site monitoring unit

U UIM user interface module

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