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About This Document


Purpose
This document describes the TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 in terms of overview, component description, safety precautions, and system maintenance.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:

Technical engineers Maintenance engineers System engineers

Symbol Conventions
The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows. Symbol Description Indicates a hazard with a high level or medium level of risk which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazard with a low level of risk which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could 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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Optimized the content of the document, including standardizing the terminology and improving the accuracy of the description..

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This issue is the first official release.

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Contents
About This Document .................................................................................................................... ii 1 Overview......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Designation Explanation .................................................................................................................................. 1 1.2 Typical Networking .......................................................................................................................................... 2 1.3 Configuration ................................................................................................................................................... 2 1.4 Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 6 1.5 Working Principles ........................................................................................................................................... 7

2 Component Description............................................................................................................... 9
2.1 Cabinet ............................................................................................................................................................. 9 2.2 Temperature Control Unit .............................................................................................................................. 10 2.2.1 Direct-Cooling Unit .............................................................................................................................. 10 2.2.2 Heat Exchanger ..................................................................................................................................... 11 2.3 Heater ............................................................................................................................................................. 12 2.4 Power Distribution Unit ................................................................................................................................. 14 2.5 Rectifier .......................................................................................................................................................... 15 2.6 Monitoring Unit ............................................................................................................................................. 16 2.7 Storage Battery (Optional) ............................................................................................................................. 17

3 Safety Precautions ....................................................................................................................... 18 4 Installation and Commissioning.............................................................................................. 22 5 System Maintenance................................................................................................................... 23


5.1 Routine Maintenance...................................................................................................................................... 23 5.2 Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................................................. 24 5.2.1 Troubleshooting Common faults ........................................................................................................... 24 5.2.2 Troubleshooting Components ............................................................................................................... 30 5.3 Component Replacement ............................................................................................................................... 32

6 Monitoring Function .................................................................................................................. 39


6.1 SMU02B ........................................................................................................................................................ 39 6.2 UIM02C ......................................................................................................................................................... 41 6.3 LCD User Interface ........................................................................................................................................ 45 6.4 Web User Interface ......................................................................................................................................... 49

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A Appendix ..................................................................................................................................... 61
A.1 Technical Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 61 A.2 LCD Menu..................................................................................................................................................... 64

B Acronyms and Abbreviations .................................................................................................. 72

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1.1 Designation Explanation
Figure 1-1 TP48200A-D15A1 Designation explanation

Overview

The TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 is an outdoor cabinet-type power system and supplies power to the -48 V DC telecom equipments. The TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 uses 50 A rectifiers and outputs a maximum of 200 A current. Figure 1-1 shows the TP48200A-D15A1 designation explanation. Figure 1-2 shows the TP48200A-H15A3 designation explanation. Figure 1-3 shows the TP48200A-H15A5designation explanation.

Figure 1-2 TP48200A-H15A3 Designation explanation

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Figure 1-3 TP48200A-H15A5 Designation explanation

1.2 Typical Networking


The TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 power system, AC power supply, ATS, storage batteries, and related devices constitute the site power solution. Figure 1-4 shows the application of the TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 power system in the typical site power solution. Figure 1-4 TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 Typical site power solution

AC Load D.G DC Load ATS Mains DC AC ACDB TP48200A-D15A1 TP48200A-H15A3 TP48200A-H15A5 Storage Batteries

1.3 Configuration
The TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 power system mainly consists of the cabinet, temperature Control Unit.rectifier, power distribution unit (PDU), and monitoring unit. Table 1-1 Configuration Item TP48200A-D15A1 Composition

AC input mode

Cabinet: support space for 2 groups of storage batteries and 8 U (355.6 mm or 14 in.) space for

One-phase three-line (L, N, PE) Three-phase five-line (L1, L2, L3, N, PE)

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Composition customer

AC input mode

Direct air cooling Supports R4850G1or R4850N1(normal 2 PCS) (1-4 PCS) SMU02B (1 PCS) UIM02C (1 PCS) Cabinet: support space for 2 groups of storage batteries and 8U (355.6 mm or 14 in.) space for customer Heat exchanger Supports R4850 G1or R4850N1 (1-4 PCS) SMU02B (1 PCS) UIM02C (1 PCS) Cabinet: support space for 2 groups of storage batteries and 8U(355.6 mm or 14 in.) space for customer Heat exchanger Supports R4850G1 or R4850N1 (1-4 PCS) SMU02B(1 PCS) UIM02C(1 PCS) Heater:HAU03A-01

TP48200A-H15A3

One-phase three-line (L, N, PE) Three-phase five-line (L1, L2, L3, N, PE)

TP48200A-H15A5

One-phase three-line (L, N, PE) Three-phase five-line (L1, L2, L3, N, PE)

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Figure 1-5 TP48200A-D15A1 interior

(1) AC-DC power distribution (4) Space for rectifiers (7) Direct air cooling

(2) Door sensor (5) Space for customer (8) Air filter

(3) Monitoring unit (6) Space for batteries

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Figure 1-6 TP48200A-H15A3 interior

(1) AC-DC power distribution (4) Space for rectifiers (7) Heat exchanger

(2) Door sensor (5) Space for customer

(3) Monitoring unit (6) Space for batteries

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Figure 1-7 TP48200A-H15A5 interior

(1) AC-DC power distribution (4) Space for rectifiers (7) Heat exchanger

(2) Door sensor (5) Space for customer (8) Heater

(3) Monitoring unit (6) Space for batteries

1.4 Features
NOTE

All ports in this manual are protected by a security mechanism.

Wide Range of AC Input Voltage The AC input voltage of the system ranges from 90 V AC to 290 V AC. Comprehensive management on itself and storage batteries. The monitoring module is of network design and provides one FE port, one RS485 port. Supports simple network management protocol (SNMP), control area network (CAN), and Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTPS) and can communicate with NetEco or third-party element management systems (EMSs). They can also be management remotely and work in unattended mode. Support the remote software upgrade.

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Displays information on the liquid crystal display (LCD) and provides buttons for ease of operation. Allows you to query component information recorded on electronic labels over a web user interface (WebUI). Support multiple display languages, such as English, Chinese, Turkish, Spanish, and Portuguese, German. Rectifiers and the monitoring unit are hot-swappable. The power factor of rectifiers is high to 0.99. The power system use R4850G1 rectifiers with a 95% efficiency record. Heat dissipation of the TP48200A-D15A1 is direct air cooling and the TP48200AH15A3 & H15A5 is heat exchanger

1.5 Working Principles


Working principles are described as follows:

The TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 is energized by 220 V/380 V three-phase or 220 V single-phase. The rectifier converts AC power into 48 V DC power. The direct currents (DCs) generated by rectifiers converge on a bus bar and then divide into multiple routes to power loads. The monitoring unit monitors operating parameters in real time, analyzes the operating status, and generates alarms when necessary.

Figure 1-8 shows the TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3conceptual diagram. Figure 1-9 shows the TP48200A-H15A5 conceptual diagram. Figure 1-8 TP48200A-D15A1 &H15A3 Conceptual diagram

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Figure 1-9 TP48200A-H15A5 Conceptual diagram

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2.1 Cabinet

Component Description

The cabinet size (H W D) of TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 is 1500 mm 650 mm 650 mm (excluding base), base size (H W D) is 100 mm 650 mm 650 mm. Figure 2-1 shows the TP48200A-D15A1 cabinet. Figure 2-2 shows the TP48200A-H15A3 & H15A5 cabinet. Figure 2-1 TP48200A-D15A1 Cabinet

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Figure 2-2 TP48200A-H15A3 & H15A5 Cabinet

2.2 Temperature Control Unit


2.2.1 Direct-Cooling Unit
The TP48200A-D15A1 adopted the direct air cooling way. 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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Figure 2-3 Air flows

Table 2-1 describes the features of the temperature control system. Table 2-1 Features of the temperature control systems in the TP48200A-D15A1 Item Temperature Control System Heat Dissipation Capability Description Direct air cooling unit 140 W/K

2.2.2 Heat Exchanger


The temperature control system is a heat exchanger. In addition, it helps decrease the power consumption by adjusting the speed of the fan in intelligent mode.

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Figure 2-4 Temperature Control Unit

Table 2-2 describes the features of the temperature control system. Table 2-2 Features of the temperature control systems in the TP48200A-H15A3 & H15A5 Item Temperature Control System Heat Dissipation Capability Description Heat exchange unit 85 W/K

2.3 Heater
A heater ensures a proper operating temperature for the equipment inside the TP48200AH15A5.

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Figure 2-5 HAU03A-01

(1) Alternating current (AC) input port (4) Control port

(2) Indicator

(3) Alarm port

Table 2-3 Indicator description Silk Screen RUN Color Green Status Blinking at 0.5 Hz Blinking at 4 Hz Steady on Off ALM Red Off Steady on Blinking at 0.5 Hz Meaning The heater is working and communicating with the element management system (EMS) properly. The heater fails to communicate with the EMS for at least 1 minute. The heater is powered on and takes a self-test. The heater is not powered on. No alarm is generated. An alarm is generated and the heater needs to be replaced. An alarm is generated. However, whether the heater needs to be replaced is not determined because the alarm may be generated because of the failure of communication, a board, or a port.

Table 2-4 Eater technical specifications Item Operating voltage Voltage frequency Operating temperature Heater startup temperature and heater stop temperature Operating humidity Heating power Specifications 90 -290 V AC (110 V AC/220 V AC) 45-65 Hz (rated frequency: 50/60 Hz) -40 C to +65 C (-40 F to +149 F) The heater starts when the temperature is below or equal to -5 C (+23 F) and stops when the temperature is above or equal to 15 C (59 F). 5%-95% RH 400 W P 600 W (90 V AC to 132 V AC) 500 W P 750 W (176 V AC to 290 V AC)

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2.4 Power Distribution Unit


The TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 power distribution unit distributes AC and DC power for the power system. For details about the specifications of the power distribution unit, see Table 2-5 Figure 2-6 Power distribution unit

Figure 2-7 A C output socket

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Table 2-5 Power distribution specifications Item AC power distribution Main AC input AC output or Heater Load shutdown Specifications 63 A three-pole MCB x 1; level-C surge protection 16 A one-pole MCB x 1 16 A maintenance socket MCB x 1

DC power distribution

BLVD: 16 A MCB x 2; LLVD: 63 A MCB x 2; 32 A MCB x 2

Battery branch

125 A one-pole MCB x 2

2.5 Rectifier
Figure 2-8 shows the rectifier panel of R4850G1/R4850N1. Figure 2-8 Rectifier panel of R4850G1/R4850N1

(1) Run indicator

(2) Protection indicator

(3) Fault indicator

Table 2-6 R4850G1/R4850N1 Indicator description of rectifier Indicator Run indicator Color Green Status Steady on Description The rectifier output is normal. The rectifier has no output. No alarm is generated. Measure The rectifier runs properly, and no measure is required. Replace the rectifier if the AC input is normal. No measure is required.

Off Alarm Yellow Off

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Indicator indicator

Color

Status Steady on

Description The rectifier generates a prewarning for power limiting due to overtemperature.The rectifier generates an alarm for shutdown due to ambient overtemperature or undertemperature protection. The rectifier generates an alarm due to AC input overvoltage or undervoltage protection. The rectifier is hibernated.

Measure Check that the air vent is not blocked and the ambient temperature is within a normal range.

Check that the electrical grid voltage is within a normal range. No measure is required. No measure is required. Pull out the rectifier and the reinsert it after 1 minute. Replace the rectifier. The rectifier automatically recovers after loading, and no measure is required.

Fault indicator

Red

Off Steady on

The rectifier is not faulty. The rectifier is locked due to output overvoltage. There is no output because the rectifier is faulty.

Blinking at 4 Hz

The rectifier is loading an application program.

2.6 Monitoring Unit


Figure 2-9 shows the monitoring unit. Figure 2-9 Monitoring Unit

(1) Battery switch(behind the panel)

(2) SMU02B

(3) UIM02C

Battery switch

To make the system run properly, flip the switch to Normal. To power on the battery forcibly, flip the switch to the BAT On position, flip the switch to Normal after operation.

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SMU02B
See 6.1 SMU02B.

UIM02C
See 6.2 UIM02C.

2.7 Storage Battery (Optional)


Storage batteries store electrical energy and supply power to the loads when the power supply of the D.G. and mains is insufficient. TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 supports 2 groups 150 Ah (12 V Monobloc) VRLA batteries.

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Overview

Safety Precautions

The safety precautions described in this section are also applicable to other Huawei equipment.

To minimize the risk of personal injury and damage to equipment, read and follow all the precautions in this document before performing any installation or maintenance. The "NOTE", "CAUTION", and "WARNING" marks in other documents do not represent all the safety instructions. They are only supplements to the safety instructions. Only trained and qualified personnel are allowed to install, operate, and maintain Huawei equipment, and they must understand basic safety precautions to avoid hazards. To ensure safety of humans and the equipment, pay attention to the safety symbols on the equipment and all the safety instructions in this document. Huawei will not be liable for any consequence caused by the violation of the safety operation regulations and design, production, and usage standards.

Local Safety Regulations


When operating Huawei equipment, you must follow the local laws and regulations. The safety instructions in this document are only supplements to the local laws and regulations.

Grounding Requirements
Equipment to be grounded must meet the following requirements:

When installing the device, always make the ground connection first and disconnect it at the end. Do not damage the ground conductor. Do not operate the device in the absence of a properly installed ground conductor. Conduct the electrical inspection carefully. The device (or system) must be connected permanently to the protection ground before an operation. Before operating the device, check the electrical connection of the device to ensure that it is securely grounded.
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Human Safety

Do not operate the device or cables during lightning strikes. To avoid electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telecommunication network voltage (TNV) circuits. Before operating the device, wear electrostatic discharge (ESD) clothes, ESD gloves, and an ESD wrist strap. Do not wear jewelry or watches when you operate the device. In the case of fire, immediately leave the building or the equipment room, and turn on the fire alarm bell or make an emergency call. Do not enter a building that is on fire.

Equipment Safety

The device must be fixed securely on the floor or to other immovable objects such as walls and mounting racks before operation. Do not block the ventilation while the device is operating. Tighten the thumbscrews by using a tool after initial installation and subsequent access to the panel. After the installation, remove packing materials from the equipment area.

Electrical Safety High Voltage

The high voltage power supply provides power for the device operation. Direct or indirect contact (through damp objects) with high voltage and alternating current (AC) mains supply may result in serious injury. Non-standard and incorrect high voltage operations may result in fire and electric shock. The personnel who install the AC facility must be qualified to perform high voltage and AC operations. You must abide by the local rules and regulations when bridging and wiring AC cables. During the installation of the AC power supply facility, follow the local safety regulations. Dedicated tools must be used during high voltage and AC operations. Avoid using ordinary tools. When the operation is performed in a damp environment, ensure that the device is dry. When water is found in the rack or the rack is damp, switch off the power supply immediately.

High Electrical Leakage


Ground the device before powering it on. Otherwise, personal injury or device damage may be caused by high leakage current. If a "high electrical leakage" tag is present on the power terminal of the device, you must ground the device before powering it on.

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Power Cable

Do not install or remove power cables when the device is on. Transient contact between the core of the power cable and the conductor may generate electric arcs or sparks, which may cause fire or hurt human eyes. Before installing or removing the power cable, turn off the power switch. Before connecting a power cable, check that the label on the power cable is correct.

Power Output
All output circuits are evaluated as SELV circuits.

WARNING
Outputs are energy hazards (> 240 VA).

Fuse
To ensure that the system runs safely, if a fuse is to be replaced, the new fuse must be of the same type and specifications.

Electrostatic Discharge

The static electricity generated by human bodies may damage the electrostatic-sensitive components on boards, for example, the large-scale integrated (LSI) circuits.

Human body movement, friction between human bodies and clothes, friction between shoes and floors, or handling of plastic articles causes static electromagnetic fields on human bodies. These static electromagnetic fields cannot be eliminated until the static is discharged. To prevent electrostatic-sensitive components from being damaged by the static on human bodies, you must wear a well-grounded ESD wrist strap when touching the device or handling boards or application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs).

Figure 3-1 shows how to wear an ESD wrist strap.

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Figure 3-1 Wearing an ESD wrist strap

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Installation and Commissioning

The detailed installation refers to the Quick Installation Guide.

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5.1 Routine Maintenance
Table 5-1 Routine maintenance checklist Maintenance Item Maintenance Task Check Whether Whether the door lock is damaged or rusted Whether the fan is covered by dust Whether the fan surface is damaged and whether the rotational speed, noise, and vibration is in the normal range Heat exchanger core Whether dust accumulates on the core of heat exchanger Whether dust accumulates on the air filter

System Maintenance

Maintain TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5 periodically based on site requirements. The recommended maintenance interval is 6 months. If faults are identified, clear them immediately.

Check Method Observe and open the lock Visual inspection Visual inspection

Repair When The door lock is rusty or cannot be used Dust accumulates on the fan

Measures Replace the lock

Door lock

Fan

Clear the dust on the fan Replace the fan

The fan rotates unstably or slowly

The fan is damaged

Visual inspection

Dust accumulates on the core of heat exchanger Dust accumulates on the air filter

Clear the dust on the Heat exchanger core Clear the dust on the air filter

Direct air cooling

Visual inspection

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Maintenance Item

Maintenance Task Check Whether The voltage output is normal. Indicators are normal. Check Method Using a multimeter Repair When The BLVD or LLVD voltage exceeds the threshold. Alarms are generated. Measures For details, see section 5.2 Troubleshooting Common Faults.

Electricity

Preventive maintenance inspection (PMI) Cabinet appearance

Observing indicators

The coating on the cabinet are flaking off or scratches occur.

Observing the cabinet

The cabinet surface is damaged or distorted.

Repaint and repair the cabinet.

5.2 Troubleshooting
5.2.1 Troubleshooting Common faults
Table 5-2 Common faults and troubleshooting methods Fault Type AC power off Fault Analysis

Handling Method 1. Check whether the AC input cable is correctly and securely connected. If the cable is not correctly and securely connected, reconnect the cable. Check whether the AC input is available. If the AC input is not available, check whether faults such as short-circuit or open circuit exist on the AC input loop. If the AC input loop is proper, contact the mains supplier for troubleshooting. If the AC input is from the D.G., check the D.G. by referring to the Diesel Generator User Manual. If the power-off duration is short, supply DC power using batteries. If the power-off duration is long, start other systems for power supply.

AC input cable fault Grid fault or D.G. fault

2.

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Fault Type AC overvoltage and undervoltage

Fault Analysis

Handling Method 1. Check whether the AC undervoltage or overvoltage alarm threshold is properly set. If the threshold is excessively high or low, lower or raise the threshold according to the actual conditions. If the AC input is the mains supply, contact the mains supplier for troubleshooting. If the AC input is from the D.G., check the D.G. by referring to the Diesel Generator User Manual. Check the alarm thresholds of the DC overvoltage and undervoltage. If the thresholds are not proper, reset the thresholds according to the actual conditions. When the storage battery is powering the load, remove all the rectifiers, and then insert each rectifier one by one. If an overvoltage alarm is generated after a rectifier is inserted, the voltage of the rectifier exceeds the upper threshold. Then replace the rectifier. Check whether the rectifier module is in position or whether contact is proper. If the monitoring unit is inserted in an incorrect position, insert it correctly. If the contact is not proper, remove and then insert it. Check whether the battery loop is short-circuited or has other faults. Check whether the batteries are faulty. If the batteries are faulty, replace them.

Improper setting of monitoring unit AC undervoltage or overvoltage threshold Mains supply grid fault or D.G. fault Improper setting of monitoring unit DC undervoltage or overvoltage threshold Rectifier module fault

2.

DC overvoltage and undervoltage

1.

2.

Charging overcurrent

Communication failure between rectifier and monitoring unit Battery loop fault

1.

2. 3.

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Fault Type Load shutdown

Fault Analysis

Handling Method 1. Check whether the load detection cable is securely connected. If the cable is not connected securely, connect it correctly. Check whether the load circuit breaker is turned off. Checking method: Check the position of the handle on the circuit breaker. If the circuit breaker is turned off, turn on the circuit breaker. Check whether the contactor is faulty and whether it can be connected and disconnected. If the contactor is faulty, replace it. Check whether the monitoring unit load shutdown voltage is set excessively high. If it is set excessively high, set it according to the actual situation. Check whether the load power is higher than the configured rectifier module power. If the load power is higher than the configured rectifier module power, add a rectifier module. If the load power exceeds the maximum supported power of the system, lower the load power. Check whether the mains supply is off or the voltage of storage batteries is lower than the Battery Shutdown Voltage. Check whether the battery shutdown permission is set. Check whether the battery cables or the connectors are faulty. If the cables or connectors are faulty, replace them. Check whether the contactor is faulty and whether it can be connected and disconnected. If the contactor is faulty, replace it. Check whether cables of the battery loop or connectors are faulty. If the cables or connectors are faulty, replace them. Check whether the contactor is faulty and whether it can be connected and disconnected. If the contactor is faulty, replace it. Check whether batteries are faulty. If the batteries are faulty, replace them.

Load circuit breaker set to OFF Contactor fault Excessively high setting of monitoring unit load shutdown voltage

2.

3.

Output undervoltage due to greater load power than 4. configured rectifier module power 5.

Battery shutdown

Improper setting of monitoring unit battery parameters Contactor fault

1.

2. 3.

4.

Battery loop failure

Battery loop fault Contactor fault Battery fault

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Fault Type Ambient overtemperature or undertemperature alarm (The alarm is generated only when the temperature sensor is installed.)

Fault Analysis

Handling Method Check whether monitoring temperature alarm thresholds are according to local conditions. If thresholds are not proper, set thresholds accordingly. unit set the the

Improper setting 1. of monitoring unit temperature alarm parameters Overtemperature or 2. undertemperature in the shelter with the temperature sensor Temperature sensor fault 3.

Check whether the temperature control device in the shelter is faulty. If the temperature control device is faulty, repair it. The alarm is automatically cleared when the temperature in the shelter is adjusted to the proper range. Check whether the temperature sensor is faulty. If the temperature sensor is faulty, replace it. Check whether monitoring unit humidity alarm thresholds are set according to local conditions. If the thresholds are not proper, set the thresholds accordingly. Check whether the floor of the shelter is wet. If the floor is wet, use a cotton cloth to wipe the floor and ensure it is dry or use other dehumidifiers. If the alarm persists when the humidity is proper, check whether the humidity sensor is faulty. Check whether monitoring unit battery temperature alarm thresholds are properly set. If the thresholds are not proper, set the thresholds accordingly. Check whether the temperature in battery room is excessively high. If temperature is excessively high, alarm can be cleared when temperature is lowered. the the the the

Ambient overhumidity or underhumidity alarm (The alarm is generated only when the humidity sensor is installed.)

Improper setting 1. of monitoring unit humidity alarm parameters Overhumidity or 2. underhumidity in the shelter with the humidity sensor 3. Humidity sensor fault Battery cabin overtemperature 1.

Battery overtemperature or undertemperature alarm

Improper setting of monitoring unit battery 2. temperature alarm parameters Battery charging overcurrent Temperature sensor fault 3.

Check the charging current. If the current is excessively strong, switch equalized charging to float charging and check whether the charging current is weakened. If the charging current is still excessively strong, adjust the current suppression to reduce the charging current. If the preceding steps do not work, replace the faulty battery. Check whether the temperature sensor is faulty. If the temperature sensor is faulty, replace it.

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Fault Type Door alarm (The alarm is generated only when the door status sensor is installed.) Water immersion alarm (The alarm is generated only when the water sensor is installed.) Smoke alarm (The alarm is generated only when the smoke sensor is installed.)

Fault Analysis

Handling Method 1. 2. The alarm is cleared after the cabinet door is closed. If the alarm persists after the cabinet door is closed, check whether the door status sensor is faulty. Check whether the floor of the shelter is wet. If the floor is wet, use a cotton cloth to wipe the floor and ensure it is dry or use other dehumidifiers. If the alarm persists after the water is drained, check whether the water sensor is faulty. Check whether the smoke caused by fire pervades in the shelter. If there is fire, extinguish the fire and ventilate the shelter. If the alarm persists when there is no smoke, check whether the smoke sensor is faulty. Check whether the ALM indicator on the panel of the rectifier module is on. If the ALM indicator is on, remove the rectifier module and insert the rectifier module after the indicator is off. If the alarm persists, replace the rectifier module. Check whether the mains voltage is over the AC overvoltage alarm threshold (300 V) of the rectifier module or below the AC undervoltage alarm threshold (85 V). For the power supply network with long-time overvoltage or undervoltage, negotiate with the maintenance personnel of the electricity department to improve the power supply network. If the alarm persists when the input voltage of the rectifier module is proper, check whether the rectifier module is proper. If the rectifier module is faulty, replace it.

Opened cabinet door Door status sensor fault Shelter water accumulation Water sensor fault

1.

2.

Smoke in the shelter Smoke sensor fault

1.

2.

Rectifier module fault

Poor contact of the rectifier module Rectifier module fault

1.

2. Rectifier module shutdown Rectifier module protection


Input overvoltage or undervoltage of the rectifier module Rectifier module fault

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Fault Type Communication Failure between rectifier and monitoring unit

Fault Analysis

Handling Method 1. Check whether the rectifier module is in position or whether contact is proper. If the rectifier module is inserted in an incorrect position, insert it correctly. If the contact is not proper, remove and then insert it. If the alarm persists, replace the rectifier module. Check whether the load circuit breaker is set to OFF. If it is set to OFF, set it to ON. If the circuit breaker is automatically set to OFF after you set it to ON, check whether the load branch is overloaded or short-circuited. Check and rectify the load loop fault. Check the observation window on the AC surge protector. If the color of the window is red, replace the surge protector. Check whether the fault detection cables of the AC surge protector are correctly connected or whether the cables are in good condition. If the cables are not in good condition, replace and reconnect them. If the cable connection is proper, it indicates that the alarm loop is faulty. Replace the user interface module. Check whether the fault detection cables of the DC surge protector are correctly and securely connected. If the cables are not correctly and securely connected, reconnect them. If the cables are correctly connected, replace the DC surge protector.

Poor contact of the rectifier module Rectifier module out of position Rectifier module fault Load circuit breaker set to OFF

2. 1.

Disconnection of the load fuse

2.

AC surge protector fault

AC surge protector fault User interface module fault

1.

2.

3.

DC surge protector fault

DC surge protector fault

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If you rectify the corresponding faults, the alarms in the monitoring unit are automatically cleared and saved in history alarm information. After the monitoring unit is replaced, set the parameters again. The monitoring unit and rectifier module are hot-swappable.

5.2.2 Troubleshooting Components


AC SPD
Observe the indication window on the surge protection module. If the indication window turns red, the surge protection module is damaged. In this case, replace the surge protection module. If the indication window remains green, the SPD runs properly.

Circuit Breaker
The circuit breaker fault is usually caused by overcurrent or short circuits. To check whether a circuit break is faulty, perform the following steps: Step 1 Switch the circuit breaker to the ON position. Step 2 Measure the resistance at the two ends of the circuit breaker using a multimeter. If the resistance is infinity, the circuit breaker is damaged. ----End

DC Contactor
Table 5-3 DC contactor description Position Load Disconnected Branch Type Closed type, (when the contactor without electricity, the state is closed) Check Method

When there is no voltage at the control poles of the contactor, check whether the input and output poles of the contactor are proper by using the multimeter. For example, the contactor of the power system is closed type contactor as shown in Figure 5-1. When there is no voltage at control poles 1 and 2 but measuring shows that the input and output poles 3 and 4 are disconnected, it indicates that the contactor is faulty. When there is voltage at the control poles of the contactor, check whether the input and output poles of the contactor are proper by using the multimeter. For example, the contactor of the power system is a closed type contactor as shown in Figure 5-1. When there is voltage at control poles 1 and 2 but measuring shows that the input and output poles 3 and 4 are connected, it indicates that the contactor is faulty.

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Position Battery Fuse or battery circuit breaker Branch

Type Open type, (when the contactor without electricity, the state is open)

Check Method

When there is no voltage at the control poles of the contactor, check whether the input and output poles of the contactor are proper by using the multimeter. For example, the contactor of the power system is an open type contactor as shown in Figure 5-1. When there is no voltage at control poles 1 and 2 but measuring shows that the input and output poles 3 and 4 are connected, it indicates that the contactor is faulty. When there is voltage at the control poles of the contactor, check whether the input and output poles of the contactor are proper by using the multimeter. For example, the contactor of the power system is an open type contactor as shown in Figure 5-1. When there is voltage at control poles 1 and 2 but measuring shows that the input and output poles 3 and 4 are disconnected, it indicates that the contactor is faulty.

Figure 5-1 DC contactor

Rectifier
The rectifier is damaged if either of the following conditions is not met:

The Run indicator of the rectifier is steady on and the Fault indicator is off when the rectifier does not communicate with the monitoring unit and the input AC voltage is around 220 V. The rectifier outputs power normally. The monitoring unit can perform control on the charge mode (boost charge or floating charge) and current for the rectifier when the rectifier communications cable is properly connected and the rectifier communicates with the monitoring unit normally.

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Monitoring Unit
If any of the following occurs, the monitoring unit is faulty:

The monitoring unit breaks down or fails to start, or its LCD or keyboard fails. The monitoring unit does not generate an alarm when a fault occurs in the system. The monitoring unit generates an alarm (false alarm) when the system runs properly. Communication between the monitoring unit and all subordinate equipment is interrupted. The monitoring unit fails to control or monitor all the modules when these modules run properly and communications cables are connected properly. The monitoring unit fails to monitor or control AC or DC distribution when AC/DC power is distributed normally and communications cables are connected properly. Parameters cannot be set or operating information cannot be viewed on the monitoring unit.

5.3 Component Replacement


Describe how to replace the main components of the power system.

Load disconnection is prohibited when you replace the main components. Take measures to ensure that important loads are always connected during the replacement. For example, keep the circuit breaker of important loads at the ON position and ensure that either storage batteries or the AC input is connected. If a load must be disconnected, ask for the customer's prior permission. The rectifier and the monitoring unit are hot-swappable.

Replacing the rectifier


To replace the rectifier, perform the following steps: Step 1 Loosen the screws on the rectifier panel using a flat-head screwdriver. Step 2 Pull the handle of the rectifier outwards, and then remove the rectifier from the plug-in subrack, as shown in Figure 5-2. Step 3 Insert the rectifier into the corresponding slot in the plug-in subrack. Then, loosen the screws on the handle and pull out the handle. Step 4 Slide the rectifier into the plug-in subrack slowly along the guide rails. Then, lock the handle. Step 5 Tighten the screws on the handle, as shown in Figure 5-3. ----End

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Figure 5-2 Removing the old rectifier

Figure 5-3 Installing the new rectifier

Replacing the Door status sensor


To replace the door status sensor, perform the following steps: Step 1 Open the front door and remove the case of the door status sensor, as shown in Figure 5-4.

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Figure 5-4 Removing the case of the door status sensor

Step 2 Record the connections of the alarm cables and then disconnect them. Step 3 Loosen the screws on the door status sensor and then remove the sensor. Step 4 Install a new door status sensor in position and tighten the screws. Step 5 Install the alarm cables of the new door status sensor according to the recorded connections, and then install the case. ----End

Replacing the monitoring unit


To replace the monitoring unit, perform the following steps: Step 1 Push the locking latch left. Step 2 Remove the old monitoring unit. Step 3 Insert a new monitoring unit. Step 4 Push the locking latch right. Step 5 Set parameters on the monitoring unit panel. ----End

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Figure 5-5 Removing the old monitoring unit

Figure 5-6 Installing the new monitoring unit

Replacing the AC SPD


To replace the AC SPD, perform the following steps: Step 1 Remove the faulty SPD. Step 2 Insert the new SPD. ----End Figure 5-7 Replacing the AC SPD of TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5

Replacing Circuit breakers


To replace a circuit breaker, perform the following steps: Step 1 Disconnect the power supply of a circuit breaker. For example, disconnect the AC input and set the circuit breaker to OFF before replacing the input circuit breaker. Step 2 Remove the cables or copper bars connected to the circuit breaker using a Phillips screwdriver, and then wrap the cables or copper bars using black PVC insulation tape to avoid hazards. Step 3 Press the contact plate at the bottom of the circuit breaker using a flat-head screwdriver. Then, remove the circuit breaker, as shown in Figure 5-8.

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Step 4 Press the contact plate at the bottom of the circuit breaker using a flat-head screwdriver again to install the new circuit breaker in the correct position. Then, push the contact plate upwards using the screwdriver. Step 5 Install the cables or copper bars to the circuit breaker using a Phillips screwdriver in the same way. Step 6 Set the circuit breaker to ON and connect power supply of this circuit breaker, as shown in Figure 5-9. ----End Figure 5-8 Removing the circuit breaker

Figure 5-9 Installing the circuit breaker

Replacing FansTo replace a fan, perform the following steps:


Step 1 Remove the UIM02C from the subrack, and disconnect the power cable. Figure 5-10 shows how to disconnect the power cable from the heat exchanger. Figure 5-10 Disconnect the power cable

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Step 2 Record the position where the cable connects to the fan, and then disconnect the cable. Step 3 Remove the cover. If there is no cover, go to the next step. Figure 5-11 shows how to remove the cover from the heat exchanger. Figure 5-11 Remove the cover

Step 4 Remove the four screws from the fan, and remove the fan. Figure 5-12 shows how to remove the fan screws from the heat exchanger. Figure 5-12 Remove the fan

Step 5 Install a new fan. Step 6 Reconnect the cable to the fan. Step 7 Tighten the screws to secure the fan. Step 8 Reinstall the cover.

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Step 9 Connect the power cable to the UIM02C and secure the UIM02C to the subrack
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6.1 SMU02B
Panel
Figure 6-1 shows the SMU02B panel. Figure 6-1 Panel

Monitoring Function

(1) Running status indicator (4) Liquid crystal display (LCD) (7) USB (Reserved)

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

(3) Major alarm indicator (6) Four buttons (9) FE

Indicators
Table 6-1 describes the SMU02B indicators.

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Table 6-1 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 DC 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

Buttons
Table 6-2 describes the buttons. Table 6-2 Button description Button or 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 preset username is admin and the preset password is 001

Communications Ports
The SMU02B communicates with the host over communications ports. Table 6-3 Communications port description Communications Ports FE RS485 RS232 Communications Parameter Auto-adaptation Baud rate: 9600 bit/s or 19200 bit/s Protocol Compliance TCP/IP, HTTPS and SNMP YD/T 1363.2

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Figure 6-2 RJ45 pin definition

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

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

6.2 UIM02C
The user interface module (UIM02C) supports eight dry contact outputs, nine Boolean value inputs (including general DI1-6, smoke, water, door status), three analog signals inputs (ambient temperature, humidity, and battery temperature).

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Figure 6-3 Appearance UIM02C Panel

Ports
Default mode of the dry contact output ports can be modified as required. See Setting Status of the DO. Table 6-6 Description of ports on the UIM02C Port Type Sensor ports Silkscreen TEM_HUM WATER TEMP1 TEMP2 GATE SMOKE BTEMP Boolean value input ports DIN1 DIN2 DIN3 DIN4 DIN5 Description Temperature and humidity sensor Water sensor Connected to environment temperature sensor and used for fan speed adjustment Reserved Door status sensor Smoke sensor Battery temperature sensor Boolean value input 1 Boolean value input 2 Boolean value input 3 Boolean value input 4 TP48200A-H15A5: Heater faults alarm TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3: Boolean value input 5 DIN6 Dry contact output ports ALM1 Boolean value input 6 AC power failure alarm Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required.

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Port Type

Silkscreen ALM2

Description
DC undervoltage alarm or DC overvoltage

alarm Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required. ALM3 Rectifier faults alarm, rectifier protect alarm, or communication faults alarm Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required. ALM4 SPD failure alarm Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required. ALM5 Fuse burn-out alarm Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required. ALM6 Battery temperature alarms Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required. ALM7 Door alarms Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required. ALM8 TCU alarms Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required. Communication Port COM RS485

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Pin Definition
Figure 6-4 Pins of sensor ports

Table 6-7 Pin Definition


Silk Screen Pin Pin definition

WATER

1 2 3 4

12 V WATER GND 12 V ENV_TEMP 12 V ENV_HUM TEMP1 GND


TEMP2

TEMHUM

1 2 3 4

TEMP1

1 2

TEMP2

1
2

GND DIN7+ JTD7 12 V Smoke Btemp1

GATE

1 2

SMOKE

1 2

BTEMP

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12 V

6.3 LCD User Interface


Symbol Conventions
Table 6-8 Symbol conventions Symbol Description Press one time Enter button.

Enter

Down
Cancel
Up

Press one time Down button.

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

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 SMU 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 6-5.

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Figure 6-5 Selecting Language

Querying Active Alarms


This section describes how to query active alarms on the LCD, as shown in Figure 6-6. The parameter values in Figure 6-6 are for reference only. Figure 6-6 Querying active alarms

NOTE

110215 indicates February 15, 2011. The alarm severity and date are displayed alternatively.

Setting Parameters Quickly


This section describes how to quickly set the number of battery strings and rated battery capacity on the LCD, as shown in Figure 6-7. The parameter values in Figure 6-7 are for reference only. Figure 6-7 Setting parameters quickly

NOTE

To open the Settings page, Quick Setting page, and Control page, you need to enter a password. The preset user name is admin and the preset password is 001. You can add or delete users, and change the user name and password.

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Setting Status of the DO


This section describes how to set the DO status when there is an alarm on the LCD, as shown in Figure 6-8. The parameter values in Figure 6-8 are for reference only.
NOTE

For example, DO 1 Alarm Act: Open means that if an alarm is generated which related to Relay 1 (DO 1), the status of DO 1 port will be Open. To relate an alarm to Relay 1 (DO 1), refer to Table A-2.

Figure 6-8 Setting Parameters of the DO

Setting Parameters of Alarm


This section describes how to set the alarm enable/disable, alarm level, related relay and alarm delay time, as shown in Figure 6-9. The parameter values in Figure 6-9 are for reference only.

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Figure 6-9 Setting Parameters of the Alarm

LCD Menu Hierarchy


Figure 6-10 shows the LCD main menu.

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Figure 6-10 LCD Menu hierarchy

6.4 Web User Interface


NOTE

To ensure the security of data transmission, the NetEco transmits data after encrypting it over SSL.

You can perform the following operations over the WebUI:


View the system status, including the PSU status, battery status, and active alarm information. Configure system parameters. Configure network parameters, including IP addresses, host communications addresses and baud rates under master/slave protocol. Control the system, such as choosing battery boost or floating charge and resetting PSUs.

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Add or delete users, and change user names and passwords. Upgrade software online. Query and export historical logs and alarms. Configure alarm parameters, alarm severities, and the relationship between alarms and dry contacts. Set the system date and time, site and storage battery type, save, download, and upload configuration files. Query electronic label information. Configure site information including date and site name and deal with configuration files and so on.

Set the IP address, gateway, and subnet mask of the SMU on the LCD before logging into the WebUI.

Login Web Page


Step 1 Connect an SMU to an Ethernet. Step 2 Set the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway on the LCD based on those assigned by the customer. Step 3 Enter the IP address of the SMU in the Internet Explorer address box and press Enter. Step 4 On the login page shown in Figure 6-11 set User Name to admin and Password to 001, and then press Login. ----End Figure 6-11 Login page

Querying System Status


To view the information about the site, active alarms, PSUs, batteries, power distribution, TCU and fan, click System Status, as shown in Figure 6-12.

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Figure 6-12 System Status

Configuring System Parameters


You can configure the site, PSUs, and batteries in the System Configuration pane shown in Figure 6-13. Figure 6-13 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 System IP, the host communications address and baud rate under Master Slave Protocol, the SNMP version under SNMP, the trap IP address under SNMP Trap, and the server IP addresses and port number under NetEco. Figure 6-14 shows the Network Configuration pane. Figure 6-14 Network Configuration

Setting Control Parameters


You can set control parameters for the site, PSUs, storage batteries, and PDU in the Control pane shown in Figure 6-15.

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Figure 6-15 Control

Managing Users
You can create and delete users and modify user information in the User Management pane shown in Figure 6-16. 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 6-16 User Management

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Upgrading Software
You can upgrade SMU and PSU software in the Upgrade pane shown in Figure 6-17. 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 Available package active, select the software and click Activate. Step 3 The software upgrade progress is displayed. A message is displayed when the upgrade is successful. ----End Figure 6-17 Upgrade

Exporting Historical Logs

CAUTION
If you need to modify the preset file name when downloading a log file, display the extension name. Otherwise, the file data will be abnormal. Perform the following steps: Step 1 Choose Organize> Folder and search options.

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Figure 6-18 Folder and search options

Step 2 Cancel Hide extensions for known file types tick. Figure 6-19 Advanced settings

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----End To download configuration files and log files, perform the following steps: Step 1 Click Log History. Step 2 Click Download under One-click Download. The message "Are you sure to download the current configuration file and log file?" is displayed. Step 3 Click OK. The configuration files and log files are downloaded in about 2 minutes. ----End You can export battery testing records in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) files by clicking Export. Figure 6-20 shows the Log History pane. Figure 6-20 Log History

Exporting Historical Alarms


You can download historical alarms in the History Alarms pane shown in Figure 6-21. To export historical alarms in HTML files, click Export. To clear historical alarms, click Clean.

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Figure 6-21 Historical Alarms

Configuring Alarm Parameters


You can set Alarm Enable, Alarm Level, and Relay in the Alarm Configuration pane shown in Figure 6-22.

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Figure 6-22 Alarm Configuration

Configuring Site Parameters


You can set the date; time, site, and storage batteries type, and save, download, and upload configuration files in the Site Configure pane shown in Figure 6-23. Figure 6-23 Site Configure

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Energy Saving
You can set Basic Parameters, Control For Different Rates, Control for Exceeding Max Power, Daily Electric Consum Mode, Monthly Electric Consum Mode in the Energy Saving pane shown in Figure 6-24. Figure 6-24 Energy Saving

Reading Electronic Labels


You can query electronic label information about system components such as the SMU, power distribution subrack, and PSUs in the Electronic Label pane. To export electronic label information in HTML files, click Export.

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Figure 6-25 Electronic Labels

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A.1 Technical Specifications
Table A-1 Technical specifications Category Environm ental conditions Item Operating temperature Specifications

Appendix

TP48200A-H15A3 & D15A1: -10 C to +45 C (14 F to +113.0 F) TP48200A-H15A5: -40 C to +45 C (-40 F to +113.0 F)

Storage temperature Transportation temperature Operating humidity Storage humidity Altitude

-40 C to +70 C (-40 F to +158 F) -40 C to +70 C (-40 F to +158 F) 5%-95% RH (non-condensing) 5%-95% RH (non-condensing) 0-4000 m (0-13123.2 ft) When the altitude ranges from 2000 m (78.74 ft) to 4000 m (13123.2 ft), the operating temperature is derated by 1 C (1.8 F) for each additional 200 m (328.08 ft).

AC input

Input mode

TP48200A-D15A1 & H15A3 & H15A5: Three-phase (One-phase compliant)

Input voltage

Three-phase:346-415 V AC/200-240 V AC One-phase:200-240 V AC

Input frequency Power factor DC output Output voltage range

45-66 Hz (rated frequency: 50/60 Hz) 0.99 (60%-100% load) -42 V DC to -58 V DC(Without load)

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Category

Item Default output voltage Maximum output power Regulated voltage precision Peak-to-peak noise voltage

Specifications -53.5 V DC Number of rectifiers multiplied by the output power of a single rectifier 1%

200 mV (020 MHz) Overvoltage protection is performed when the single-phase AC input voltage exceeds the AC input overvoltage protection threshold (300 V AC by default). When the voltage is restored to 290 V AC, the output resumes.

AC input protection

AC input overvoltage protection threshold AC input overvoltage recovery threshold AC input undervoltage protection threshold AC input undervoltage recovery threshold

Undervoltage protection is performed when the single-phase AC input voltage is below the AC input undervoltage protection threshold (85 V AC by default). When the voltage is restored to 90 V AC, the output resumes.

DC output protection

DC output overvoltage protection threshold Efficiency

58.560.5 V DC

Rectifier

R4850G1: 96% (230 V AC, 20%-90% load);

R4850N1: The peak point is 92.5 %; 91.5% (230 V AC, 35 %-80% load)

Output power

R4850G1 3000 W (176-300 V AC); 1200 W (85-175 V AC) R4850N1 2900 W (176-300 V AC); 1200 W (85-175 V AC)

Output soft start

At the moment when the rectifier is powered on, the output voltage rises slowly. The time for voltage rise is configurable.

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Item Overvoltage protection

Specifications Voltage range: 58.5-60.5 V DC

If overvoltage occurs inside the rectifier due to a fault, the rectifier experiences a deadlock. External overvoltage:

If the external voltage is less than 63 V, the rectifier is in the standby state. If overvoltage disappears, the rectifier output resumes. If the external voltage is greater than 63 V for more than 500 ms, the rectifier experiences a deadlock. EMC CE RE Harmonic Fluctuation and blinking ESD EFT RS CS SURGE EN300386 Class A EN300386 Class A IEC 61000-3-12 IEC 61000-3-11 Cabinet terminal: contact discharge voltage: 6 kV (Class B); air discharge voltage: 8 kV (Class B); The voltage at signal ports is 1 kV, and the voltage at the power ports is 2 kV (criterion B). 10 V/m (criterion A) The voltage at signal ports is 3 V and power ports is 10 V (criterion A). It complies with the IEC61000-4-5 standard. The voltage at power ports in differential mode is 2 kV. The voltage power ports in common mode are 4 kV (criterion B). The voltage at signal ports in differential mode is 500 V. The voltage at signal ports in common mode is 1 kV Others AC surge protection Level-C surge protection

Standard surge discharge current: 20 kA Maximum surge discharge current: 40 kA (8/20 s)

Safety and regulatory design MTBF Structure Dimensions (H x W x D)

IEC60950-1

200,000 hours Cabinet:1600 mm x 650 mm x 650 mm (63.00 in. x 25.59 in. x 25.59 in.)(excluding base). Base: 100 mm x 650 mm x 650 mm (3.94 in. x 25.59 in. x 25.59 in.).

Weight

120 kg (264.6 lb, without rectifiers and batteries)

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Category

Item Protection level

Specifications

TP48200A-H15A3 & A-H15A5: IP55 TP48200A-D15A1: IP45

Installation

Installed on concrete floor or ESD floor (The bearing capacity of the ESD floor should be greater than 800 kg.) and 100 mm away from the wall From the front

Maintenance Cooling

TP48200A-H15A3 & A-H15A5:Heat exchange TP48200A-D15A1: Direct air cooling

A.2 LCD Menu


Table A-2 LCD menu Main Menu Active Alarm Running Status Second-Level Menu Site Summary Third-Level Menu System Voltage Total Load Sys. Efficiency Peak Power Peak Power Time System Type PSU Summary Total Current Phase A Volt Phase B Volt Phase C Volt Phase A Curr Phase B Curr Phase C Curr AC Frequency DC Total Power PSU Batt Summ Fourth-Level Menu Default Value -

Total Current

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Main Menu

Second-Level Menu

Third-Level Menu Pre Disch Time BattChargeSta Batt Test Sta Batt Temp 1

Fourth-Level Menu Current Capacity Capa Percent

Default Value Normal HEX Cabinet Group 1 Group 2 -

VRLA Batt

VRLA Batt1

Lithium Battery PDE Summary

PDE Number Comm PDE Num Total Power Total Current Comm Status

Group Fan(1-2) Speed Fan(1-2) State

PDE TCU Summary

TEMP1 State Cabinet Type

Fan Group

Fan Group1

Fan Group2

Group Fan(1-2) Speed Fan(1-2) State

DCU

DCU 1

Device Address SW Version Air Outlet T Fan Speed

HEX TEC Alarm History

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Second-Level Menu Batt Test Log

Third-Level Menu Site Summary PSU Summary PSU Batt Summ VRLA Batt Lithium Battery Alarm Relay PDE Summary PDE TCU Summary Fan Group DCU HEX TEC

Fourth-Level Menu -

Default Value -

Settings

Alarm Setting

--

60.0 V 58.0 V 43.0 V 45.0 V 1 300 A 2 mV 280 V 180 V Three Phase Disable Close Close 10 Min No

Site Summary

DC Ultra Over V DC Over Volt DC Ultra UnderV DC Under Volt Qty of Battery Shunt Current Shunt Voltage AC Over Volt AC Under Volt System AC Type Dial-up Network DI(1~6) Alarm DO(1-8) Alarm Act Alarm Voice Dly Alarm Voice En

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Main Menu

Second-Level Menu

Third-Level Menu Detect Diesel DST Enable Forbid All Alm

Fourth-Level Menu Smart Mgmt En Float Charge Boost Charge Current Limit Over Current Rated Capacity Install Date

Default Value No Disable No 20% 100% Disable Disable 53.5 V 56.4 V 0.15C10 0.25C10 150 Ah 2010-01-01 Disable Enable Disable 10 Min 46.0 V 20.0% 5 degC 480 Min Disable No Test Enable 30 Day 5 Min 80 mV/degC

PSU Summary

High PSU Cap % Low PSU Cap % Rect Redund Ena

VRLA Batt Summ

Basic Para

FC BC

Auto BC Enabled Cyclic BC Ena Long Fail To BC AC Fail To BC T

Battery Test

Test End Volt Test End Capa Test End Temp Test End Time Mains Fail Test Batt Test Type Short Test Ena Short Test Intv ShortT Duration

Temp Comp

TC Factor

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Main Menu

Second-Level Menu

Third-Level Menu

Fourth-Level Menu Nominal Temp

Default Value 25 degC BTEMP 20.00 H 10.0 H 4.00 H 2.42 H 1.63 H 1.16 H 0.87 H 0.61 H 0.50 H 0.42 H 0.35 H 95% Lower DC Volt 50.5 V 50 degC 53 degC -5 degC -10 degC

Temp source
Charge Disch 0.05C10 DisTime 0.1C10 Dis Time 0.2C10 Dis Time 0.3C10 Dis Time 0.4C10 Dis Time 0.5C10 Dis Time 0.6C10 Dis Time 0.7C10 Dis Time 0.8C10 Dis Time 0.9C10 Dis Time 1.0C10 Dis Time Capacity Coeff Other Batt Temp VHigh Over Temp Volt Batt High Temp Bat V-High Temp Batt Low Temp Batt V-Low Temp

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Second-Level Menu

Third-Level Menu

Fourth-Level Menu Batt Low Capa

Default Value 70% Enable By Voltage 43.2 V 51.5 V Enable By Voltage 45.0 V 51.5 V 40 Ah 56.5 V Auto 68.0 degC 65.0 degC 45 degC

LVD Setting

BLVD Enabled BLVD Mode BLVD Voltage BLVD Recon Volt LLVD1 Enabled LLVD1 mode LLVD1 Voltage LLVD1 Recon Vol

HT ALM Thres LT ALM Thres

Li-Batt Summary PDE TCU Summary

Rated Capacity Li-Batt Voltage Fan Ctrl Mode HT Alm Thres HT Alm Clr Thres

DCU

DCU 1

-20 degC 45 degC

HEX

HEX 1

HT ALM Thres LT ALM Thres

-20 degC 50 degC

TEC

TEC 1

HT ALM Thres LT ALM Thres

-20 degC 0 9600 1 Disable -

Comm Para

Host Comm Addr Comm Baudrate Ydn Comm Addr DHCP Phone Number (1-3) Account (1-3) Password:

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Second-Level Menu

Third-Level Menu IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway NetEco Main IP NetEco Bak IP NetEco Port

Fourth-Level Menu -

Default Value 31220 ENGLISH GMT +08:00 Yes Yes Yes Yes NA 5 -

System Para

LUI Language Set Date Set Time Set Time Zone Save As Def Cfg Restore Def Cfg Restore Manu Cfg Logout Set Site Name Set Batt Type LCD Contrast

Control

Site Summary

Auto/Man Ctrl Network Detect Reset Smoking Clear PeakPower DO(1-8)

Batt Summ

BC/FC Ctrl Battery Test Reset Batt Cap Clear Batt Alm Short Test LLVD1 Control BLVD Control

Lithium Battery

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Second-Level Menu PSU Summary

Third-Level Menu Current Limit DC Voltage Ctrl On/Off Control

Fourth-Level Menu -

Default Value -

PSU PDE Summary PDE DCU HEX TEC Clr Alm Hist Quick Settings Qty of Battery Rated Capacity Set Date Set Time IP Address Subnet mask Gateway

Clear PDE Lost DCU 1 -

FAN Reset -

1 150 Ah

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B Acronyms and Abbreviations

B
A ATS ACDB B BLVD E EMC EMI EMS

Acronyms and Abbreviations

automatic transfer switch alternating current distribution box

battery low voltage disconnection

electromagnetic compatibility electromagnetic interference electromagnetic susceptibility

F FE L LLVD load low voltage disconnection fast Ethernet

I IEC International Electrotechnical Commission

M MTBF mean time between failures

O OPEX operational expenditure

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P PSU power supply unit

S SMU PSNU SPD site monitor unit Simple Network Management Protocol surge protection device

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