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EXTERNAL ALARM INSTALLATION SMART PACK CONFIGURATION & GUIDE

(OUTDOOR SITE) AC/FAN COOLED

EXTERNAL ALARM INSTALLATION (OUTDOOR SITE) GUIDE

LIST ALARMS

OF

Alarm No. 1 : Rectifier & BTS Cabinet Door Alarm No. 2 : Rectifier Major Alarm No. 3 : Rectifier Minor Alarm No. 4 : Low DC Voltage No. 5 : Heat Management Alarm (For AirCon Alarm Cabinet Only) No. 7 : Temperature Alarm Alarm (For FanCool Cabinet Only )

COLOR ALARMS
Alarm No. 1 : Green No. 2 : Alarm Blue No. 3 : Alarm Violet No. 4 : Alarm Grey Alarm No. 5 Blue/Black 7 Alarm No. Blue/Black

CODING

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Green & White Blue & White Violet and White Grey & White : Black/Blue & : Light Blue & Light

REQUIRED MATERIAL
Alarm Cable Kron e Rack CAT-5 cable meters Soldering Iron Other basic tools 7-9

OVERVIE W
Alarm Cable is very long, so cut it in to 2 pieces 1st cable will be used for taking Alarms from Rectifier Smart Pack ports I/O to Krone 2nd Cable with connector at one end will be used for taking from Krone to BTS EAC port (2G Alarms Cabinet)

STEP 1: INSTALLATION

KRONE

Install the Krone on the Rack and fix this rack in the rectifier as shown in the next cabinet slide proper size bolts and washer and should be Use tighten See the picture in next slide

STEP 2: ALARM CABLE INSTALLATION (BTS --Krone) Connect the Alarm cable connector on EAC port at BTS Cabinet (2G ) Bring the other end of Alarm cable to Rectifier through the Roxtec Punch the Alarm cable on the lower side of Krone according to Alarms sequence i.e. 1,2,3,4 (Left to the Right) The alarm cable should be fixed properly with ties and route properly d See picture in next slide

IMPORTAN T

All the rest of the alarms which are not used must be looped as shown above in the picture. There are total of 10 spaces in the Krone for the alarms Patching so to make a loop for Alarm# 11 (Genset Failure) & Alarm# 12 (Genset Low Fuel) we just twist the cables from the end to each other separately (Should be Soldered) & tape them nicely (Dont Hang Them)

STEP 3: INSTALLATION ON THE RECTIFIER CHIPS Use the other piece of Alarm cable and punch it on the upper side Krone according to Alarms Sequence i.e. 1,2,3,4 (L to of R)

STEP 3
Route this cable properly with ties and fix it near the Rectifier I/O ports Connect Green & White Green (Alarm nu 1) with Pins 8 & 9 of CON1 (X1 ) Connect Grey & White Grey (Alarm nu 4) with Pins 9 & 10 of CON2 (X2 ) Connect Violet & White Violet (Alarm nu 3) with Pins 15 & 16 of CON2 (X2) Connect Blue & White Blue (Alarm nu 2) with Pins 18 & 19 of CON2 (X2 ) Connect Light Blue & Light Blue Black (Alarm nu 7) with Pins 12 & 13 of CON2 (Only for Fan Cool Rectifier (X2) Cabinets)

CON 2 (X2) CON 1 (X1)

HEAT ALARM
Air condition in the door has Red usually & Yellow cable for Condition Air Alarm This cable is connected to Pins & 3 4 on CON1 this cable from there Remove punch it on & Krone
Air Con Alarm cable

MANAGEMENT

HEAT ALARM

MANAGEMENT

Remove this cable from pins & punch it on Krone as shown

Air Con Alarm cable

TESTING HEAT MANAGEMENT To test Heat Management Alarm cover the AC from outside with plastic ALARM
so that no air can go through as shown below

Air Condition covered with plastic sheet

STEP 4: SENSOR

900

BTS

CABINET

DOOR

The BTS Cabinet door sensor cable is very small so we have to extend it Take 1 pair from CAT-5 Cable and solder it with the sensor wires in BTS (900 Cabinet) Route this cable properly and fix it near Smart Pack I/O ports Connect this pair with pins 3 & 4 of CON 2

BTS Cabinet door Sensor

STEP 4: SENSOR

1800 BTS CABINET (If Applicable)

DOOR

The BTS Cabinet door sensor cable is very small so we have to extend it Take 1 pair from CAT-5 Cable and solder it with the sensor wires in BTS (1800 Cabinet) Route this cable properly and fix it near Smart Pack I/O ports Connect this pair with pins 5 & 6 of CON 2

BTS Cabinet door Sensor

STEP 5: SENSOR

RECTIFIER

CABINET

DOOR

Usually Rectifier door Sensor cables are already connected to CON the 1 (X1) If it is not connected then connect Rectifier Door Alarm Cable pins with 1 & 2 of CON 1 (X1)
Rectifier Door Sensor

Rectifier Door cable connected to pins 1 & 2 of CON 1

SMARTPACK CONFIGURATION GUIDE(OUTDOOR RECTIFIER.)

REQUIRED MATERIAL
Eltek Power Suite (This is easily available in CD with present at manual sites) PC Cable for connection between PC and Smart pack (This cable also found at ) is sites

OVERVIE W
All the Alarm configuration is already done & saved as a Configuration file, except the configuration for Door (Rectifier & Alarm Alarm BTS) (Alarm# 1) which needs to be configured as follows assign Alarm Output 2 for the output of Door Alarm We will No. (Alarm 1) will use Digital Inputs 1 (pins 1&2,CON1/X1), Digital Input 4 We 3&4,CON2/X2 ) & (pins 5&6 of CON2) for Rectifier BTS900 and (pins 1800 (if applicable) cabinet door BTS respectively.

STEP 1: SOFTWARE

INSTALLATION

OF

Install the Eltek Power Suite software properly in your PC Install the drivers which are also available in CD

STEP 2: CONNECTING TO SMART PACK Connect the data cable to your PC and Smart Pack the software from the Icon on your Run desktop You will see the window which is next slide

When this Butto Connect n

window

appears

press

the

If you have installed the drivers correctly then press Find COM port # Button. You will get a COM port number here Enter this port # here Set Bits per Second to 38400 or 9600 Password is 3 Press the Connect button

When you are connected you will see this window Double- click on Control Unit 1

Go to Alarm Group Configuration Tab

Check this box in front of Door Alarm. All other check boxes should be UnChecked If you dont find any Door Alarm written under the Alarm Group column then you can edit one of these vacant Alarm Group and write Door Alarm

Uncheck all the Checked boxes under the column Alarm Output2 Now try to find door alarm written in the column Alarm Group If it is not there then edit any Alarm Group which is free and write there Door Alarm Check the Alarm Output2 in front of Door Alarm Press Apply at the bottom After this Click the Input Handler Tab

You will Click the Door open link If it is not there then just click the First Link and make the settings as shown in the next slide

Make sure Enable is checked Give 3 sec Time delay Change the description, put it Rectifier Door and press Change Go to the Alarm Group Scroll bar and select Door Alarm Press OK

Now press the ProgInput 1.4 link

In the description write 900 Door and press change Other settings are same as in 2 slides back Press OK

Now press the ProgInput 1.5 link

In the description write 1800 Door and press change Other settings are same as in 4 slides back Press OK

TEMPERATURE ALARM SETTINGS FOR COOL RECTIFIER CABINET ONLY


Check this box in front of temperature in alarm output4. All other check boxes should be UnChecked

FAN

If there is no temperature alarm written under the Alarm Group column then, edit one of these vacant Alarm Group and write Temperature

TEMPERATURE ALARM FAN COOL RECTIFIER FOR ONLY


Double click on the temperature in Power Explorer under Battery Bank

SETTINGS CABINET

This window will appear after clicking the Temperature in the Power Explorer.

TEMPERATURE ALARM FOR FAN COOL RECTIFIER ONLY


Click on the Battery Temp 1.1

SETTINGS CABINET

This window will appear after clicking the Battery temp1.1 in the small extension window

TEMPERATURE ALARM FAN COOL RECTIFIER FOR ONLY


In the alarm group select the Temperature for and adjust the Scales.

SETTINGS CABINET

Now apply the settings as permanent.

SPECIAL The pictures which INSTRUCTIONS be considered as model pictures, are pasted in slides SHOULDN
because this installation was done by an Engineer without proper tools and T equipment Connect the Alarm cable connector on EAC port at2G BTS Cabinet (Important) So who so ever will install the Alarm cable mustinstall it properly and with good quality Cables should be fixed and tied properly There should be no lose connections on the I/O pins The sensor cable which is to be extended must be soldered properly and covered properly with tape Patching on Krone SHOULDNbe lose T All the External Alarms which are not used must be looped properly & if there is no space of looping then just twist them together separately (Should be Soldered) & tape them nicely (Dont Hang them)

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