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TP48200A-D17B6 V300R001

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Purpose
This document describes the TP48200A-D17B6 in terms of its features, structure, components, installation, commissioning, and maintenance.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:

Sales engineers Technical support personnel Maintenance personnel

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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Contents
About This Document .................................................................................................................... ii 1 Overview......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Designation Explanation .................................................................................................................................. 1 1.2 Typical Networking .......................................................................................................................................... 1 1.3 Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 2 1.4 Configuration ................................................................................................................................................... 3 1.5 Working Principles ........................................................................................................................................... 6

2 Component Description............................................................................................................... 7
2.1 Cabinet ............................................................................................................................................................. 7 2.2 Temperature Control Unit ................................................................................................................................ 8 2.2.1 Overview ................................................................................................................................................. 8 2.2.2 Heater ...................................................................................................................................................... 9 2.2.3 Fan Assembly ........................................................................................................................................ 11 2.3 Rectifier .......................................................................................................................................................... 12 2.3.1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 12 2.3.2 Panel...................................................................................................................................................... 12 2.4 PDU................................................................................................................................................................ 14 2.4.1 DC PDU ................................................................................................................................................ 14 2.4.2 AC PDU ................................................................................................................................................ 15 2.5 Storage Battery ............................................................................................................................................... 15 2.6 Lamp .............................................................................................................................................................. 17 2.7 Monitoring Unit ............................................................................................................................................. 18 2.7.1 SMU02B ............................................................................................................................................... 18 2.7.2 UIM02D ................................................................................................................................................ 20 2.7.3 LCD User Interface ............................................................................................................................... 26 2.7.4 Web User Interface ................................................................................................................................ 32

3 Safety Precautions ....................................................................................................................... 42


3.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................................ 42 3.2 Local Safety Regulations ............................................................................................................................... 42 3.3 Grounding Requirements ............................................................................................................................... 42 3.4 Human Safety ................................................................................................................................................. 43 3.5 Equipment Safety ........................................................................................................................................... 43 Issue 01 (2012-07-13) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd iv

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3.6 Electrical Safety ............................................................................................................................................. 43

4 Installation and Commissioning.............................................................................................. 46 5 Maintenance ................................................................................................................................. 47


5.1 Routine Maintenance...................................................................................................................................... 47 5.2 Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................................................. 50 5.3 Component Replacment ................................................................................................................................. 58

A Technical Specifications ........................................................................................................... 67 B Acronyms and Abbreviations .................................................................................................. 70

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1.1 Designation Explanation
Figure 1-1 Definition of each part in the product name

Overview

The TP48200A-D17B6 is an integrated outdoor backup alternating current-to-direct current (AC-to-DC) power system that employs 48 V, 50 A rectifiers and outputs a maximum of 200 A current. Figure 1-1 shows the definition of the product name TP48200A-D17B6.

The TP48200A-D17B6 is used in Class B environments.

The class-B environment refers to rooms in which the humidity and temperature are uncontrollable, the general outdoor environment including simple sun-shading environment (such as canopy), and the environment where humidity reaches 100% occasionally.

1.2 Typical Networking


The TP48200A-D17B6, AC power supply, automatic transfer switch (ATS), alternating current distribution box (ACDB), storage batteries, and related devices constitute a site power solution. Figure 1-2 shows the positioning of the TP48200A-D17B6 in the typical site power solution.

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Figure 1-2 TP48200A-D17B6 in the typical site power solution

1.3 Features
The TP48200A-D17B6 supplies stable power to 48 V DC equipment and provides a maximum current of 200 A.

Easy Installation
The monitoring unit and rectifier are hot-swappable. This facilitates the system installation, saves maintenance time, and reduces the operational expenditure (OPEX).

Intelligent Hibernation
To improve efficiency, the TP48200A-D17B6 can put one or more rectifiers in hibernation based on the actual power usage.

High Efficiency
The TP48200A-D17B6 uses rectifiers with a 96% efficiency record.

Low Imbalance Degree of Current Equalization


The imbalance degree of current equalization for rectifiers is less than 5%.

Remote Monitoring
OPEX is reduced when the TP48200A-D17B6 performs comprehensive power management and battery management functions by connecting to the element management system (EMS).

Wide Range of AC Input Voltage


The AC input voltage of the TP48200A-D17B6 ranges from 346 V AC ~ 415 V AC / 200 V AC ~ 240 V AC.

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Safety and Regulation Compliance


The TP48200A-D17B6 complies with Conformite Europeenne (CE) standards, Technical Watch-Over Association (TUV) standards. The power distribution components and the monitoring unit comply with CE standards and TUV standards. The rectifier complies with underwriters laboratory (UL), CE, and TUV standards.

Low Noise
The sound power is less than 61 dB(A)@25 C and less than 67 dB(A)@45 C, and the noise specifications comply with ETS 300 753 Class 4.1E (rural environment).

High Protection Level


The cabinet protection level is IP55.

Periodic Battery Test


The periodic battery test is used to test battery health. The test allows storage batteries to be fully charged automatically and then to discharge till the voltage reaches the value of Test End Volt. The test is performed periodically (every 90 days by default).

1.4 Configuration
The TP48200A-D17B6 is a cabinet that houses the fans, rectifiers, monitoring unit, power distribution unit (PDU), heater, lamp and sensors etc. Table 1-1 TP48200A-D17B6 Configuration Item Rectifiers (R4850G1) Specifications

Standard configuration: 3 PCS Optional configuration: 2 to 4 PCS 1 PCS Single-phase three-line (L, N, PE) Three-phase five-line (L1, L2, L3, N, PE) 4 x 25 A/1P MCB, 1 x 63A/4P MCB 16 A European-standard maintenance socket and 10 A electronic leakage circuit breaker that trips automatically if the leakage current is 30 mA or greater. Battery low voltage disconnection(BLVD): 2 x 10A/1P MCB, 6 x 16A/1P MCB, 1 x 10A/1P MCB for lamp Load low voltage disconnection(LLVD): 4 x 10A/1P MCB, 3 x 16A/1P MCB, 3 x 25A/1P MCB, 1 x 100A/1P MCB Battery branch: 2 x 125A/1P MCB

Monitoring unit (SMU02B & UIM02D) AC input mode

AC PDU

DC PDU

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Item Heater (HAU03A-01) Lamp Sensors

Specifications

1 PCS 1 PCS Door status sensor: 1 PCS Smoke sensor: 1 PCS Battery temperature sensor: 1 PCS Environment temperature sensor: 2 PCS

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Figure 1-3 TP48200A-D17B6 interior

(1) Fan assembly (4) Alternating current power distribution unit(AC PDU) (7) Heater (10) Terminal block (13) Air filter

(2) Monitoring unit (5) Direct current power distribution unit(DC PDU) (8) Battery rack (11) Lamp

(3) Space for rectifiers (6) Space for customer equipments (9) Base (12) Door lock

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1.5 Working Principles


Working principles are described as follows:

The rectifier converts AC power into 48 V DC power. The direct currents (DCs) generated by rectifiers converge on a busbar and then divide into multiple routes. The monitoring unit monitors operating parameters in real time, analyzes the operating status, and generates alarms when necessary.

Figure 1-4 Conceptual diagram of TP48200A-D17B6

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2.1 Cabinet

Component Description

Figure 2-1 TP48200A-D17B6 cabinet

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Table 2-1 Structures Item Dimensions (H x W x D) of the cabinet Dimensions (H x W x D) of the base Weight Space for customer Specifications 1725 mm x 700 mm x 750 mm (67.91 in. x 27.56 in. x 29.53 in.) 200 mm x 700 mm x 700 mm (7.87 in. x 27.56 in. x 27.56 in.) <150 kg (without rectifiers and storage batteries)

17 U (755.6 mm [29.75 in.]) for customer equipment and 8 U (355.6 mm [14.00 in.]) for one-layer batteries 9 U (400.1 mm [15.75 in.]) for customer equipment and 16 U (711.2 mm [28.00 in.]) for two-layer batteries

Protection level Installation Maintenance Materials

IP55 Ground installation Operated and maintained from the front Double-shell aluminum

2.2 Temperature Control Unit


2.2.1 Overview
The temperature control unit of the TP48200A-D17B6 is composed of a direct-cooling unit and a heater. The direct-cooling unit accelerates the air ventilation and adjusts the temperature inside the cabinet by using an air-exhaust device, an air-intake device, an air filter, and a fan assembly. The heater keeps the internal cabinet at an optimal operating temperature. The direct-cooling unit and heater do not work simultaneously. The TP48200A-D17B6 with a direct-cooling unit adjusts the fan speed based on the ambient temperature and the temperature inside the cabinet. If the ambient temperature is far below the temperature inside the cabinet or the temperature inside the cabinet is lower than the minimum value, the TP48200A-D17B6 stops the fan. This function saves energy because the TP48200A-D17B6 is cooled by external air.

Air flows
The direct-cooling unit direct air into the cabinet through the lower part of the door and out of the cabinet through the upper.

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Figure 2-2 The direct-cooling unit air flows

2.2.2 Heater
A heater ensures a proper operating temperature for the equipment inside the TP48200A-D17B6.

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Panel
Figure 2-3 HAU03A-01

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

(2) Indicator

(3) Alarm port

Table 2-2 describes the indicators on the heater panel. Table 2-2 Indicator description Silk Screen RUN Color Green Status Steady on Off ALM Red Off Steady on Meaning 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.

Specifications
Table 2-3 lists the heater technical specifications. Table 2-3 Heater technical specifications Item Operating voltage Voltage frequency Operating temperature Heater startup temperature Heater stop temperature Heating power Specifications 100-240 V AC 4565 Hz 40 C to +65 C The heater starts when the temperature is below or equal to 0 C. The value range is -10 C to 0 C. The heater stops when the temperature is above or equal to 5 C. The value range is 5 C to 15 C. 500 W

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Connections
HAU03A-01 is connected to the user interface module (UIM02D) of the monitoring unit. The monitoring unit controls the HAU03A-01 over the dry contact output port (ALM10) on UIM02D. The HAU03A-01 reports alarm to the monitoring unit over the Boolean value input ports (DIN5) on UIM02D and the monitoring unit reports the alarm over the dry contact output port (ALM8) on UIM02D. To set the parameters of the HAU03A-01, refer to Setting Parameters of the Heater. Figure 2-4 Connections

2.2.3 Fan Assembly


The fan assembly houses two centrifugal fans. Figure 2-5 shows the fan assembly. Figure 2-6 shows a centrifugal fan. Figure 2-5 Fan assembly

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Figure 2-6 Centrifugal fan

Table 2-4 Technical specifications of fan assembly Item Rated voltage Rated power Rotational speed Ventilation quantity of single fan Ventilation quantity of the fan assembly Maximum heat dissipation of the power system Specifications 48 V DC 2 x 34 W 3100 rpm 565m3/h 1090m3/h 220W/K; 1760W with T = 8 C @ two fans in operation with 100% speed)

2.3 Rectifier
2.3.1 Appearance
The rectifier converts the AC input power into stable 48 V DC power. The TP48200A-D17B6 can be configured with two, three, or four rectifiers. Figure 2-7 shows the rectifier. Figure 2-7 Rectifier

2.3.2 Panel
The rectifier panel provides the run indicator, alarm indicator, and fault indicator. Figure 2-8 shows the rectifier panel.

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Figure 2-8 Rectifier panel

(1) Run indicator

(2) Alarm indicator

(3) Fault indicator

Table 2-5 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. The rectifier generates a prewarning for power limiting due to overtemperature. The rectifier generates an alarm for shutdown due to ambient overtemperature protection. The rectifier generates an alarm due to AC input overvoltage or undervoltage protection. The rectifier is hibernated. 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. Check that the electrical grid voltage is within a normal range. No measure is required. No measure is required. Pull out the rectifier and reinsert it after one minute. Replace the rectifier. Measures The rectifier runs properly, and no measure is required. Replace the rectifier if the AC input is normal. No measure is required. Check that the air vent is not blocked and the ambient temperature is within a normal range.

Off Alarm indicator Yellow Off Steady on

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Indicator

Color

Status Blinking at 4 Hz

Description The rectifier is loading an application program.

Measures The rectifier automatically recovers after loading, and no measure is required.

2.4 PDU
PDUs are classified into the DC PDU and AC PDU.

2.4.1 DC PDU
Figure 2-9 shows the DC PDU. Figure 2-9 DC PDU

Table 2-6 Circuit breaker distribution Category Battery low voltage disconnection(BLVD) Silkscreen LAMP F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 Load low voltage disconnection(LLVD) F9 F10 F11 F12 F13 F14 Specification 10 A 10 A 10 A 16 A 16 A 16 A 16 A 16 A 16 A 10 A 10 A 10 A 10 A 16 A 16 A

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Silkscreen F15 F16 F17 F18 F19

Specification 16 A 25A 25A 25A 100A 125 A 125 A

Battery branch

BAT1 BAT2

2.4.2 AC PDU
Figure 2-10 shows the AC PDU. Figure 2-10 AC PDU

Table 2-7 Circuit breaker distribution Silkscreen PSU AC INPUT HEATER SOCKET Specification Four 25 A/1P circuit breaker One 63A/4P circuit breaker One 10 A/1P circuit breaker 16 A European-standard maintenance socket and 10 A electronic leakage circuit breaker that trips automatically if the leakage current is 30 mA or greater.

2.5 Storage Battery


The TP48200A-D17B6 can be configured with one or two layers (12V/150 Ah monobloc) batteries for power backup. The dimensions of the battery space refer to Figure 2-11 and Figure 2-12.

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Figure 2-11 Dimensions of the battery space (one-layer batteries)

Figure 2-12 Dimensions of the battery space (two-layer batteries)

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NOTE

Storage batteries are prepared by customer.

2.6 Lamp
Appearance
Figure 2-13 shows the lamp. Figure 2-13 Lamp

Technical Specifications
Table 2-8 lists the technical specifications of the lamp. Table 2-8 Technical specifications of the lamp Item Rated voltage Rated power Luminance Color of the emitted light Certificate Specifications 48 V DC 1W 300 cd/m2 White UL

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2.7 Monitoring Unit


2.7.1 SMU02B
Panel
Figure 2-14 shows the SMU02B panel. Figure 2-14 Panel

(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 2-9 describes the SMU02B indicators. Table 2-9 Indicator description Indicator Running status Color Green Status Off Blinking at 0.5 Hz Blinking at 4 Hz 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.

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Indicator Minor alarm indicator

Color Yellow

Status Off Steady on

Description No minor and warning alarm. A minor or warning alarm is generated. No critical and major alarm. A critical or major alarm is generated.

Major alarm indicator

Red

Off Steady on

Buttons
Table 2-10 describes the buttons. Table 2-10 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 login again if you do not press any button with 8 minutes. The default username is admin and the default password is 001

Communications Ports
The SMU02B communicates with the host over communications ports. Table 2-11 Communications ports description Communications Ports FE RS485 RS232 Communications Parameter 10M/100M auto-adaptation Baud rate: 9,600 bit/s or 19,200 bit/s 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

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Figure 2-15 FE and RS485/RS232 pin definition

Table 2-12 FE pin definition Pin 1 2 3 6 Signal TX+ TXRX+ RXFE receive Description FE transmit

Table 2-13 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

2.7.2 UIM02D
UIM02D supports 12 dry contact output ports, 6 Boolean value input ports and 7 sensor ports.

Panel
Figure 2-16 Appearance UIM02D Panel

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Ports
Default mode of the Boolean value input ports can be modified as required. See Setting Status of the Digital input (DI) Port. Default mode of the dry contact output ports can be modified as required. See Setting Status of the Digital Output (DO) Port. Table 2-14 Description of ports on the UIM02D Port Type Sensor ports Silkscreen TEM_HUM WATER TEMP1 TEMP2 GATE SMOKE BTEMP Boolean value input ports DIN1 Description Temperature and humidity sensor Water sensor Interior temperature sensor Exterior temperature sensor Door status sensor Smoke sensor Battery temperature sensor Boolean value input 1 Default Mode Open: normal Close: alarm DIN2 Boolean value input 2 Open: normal Close: alarm DIN3 Boolean value input 3 Open: normal Close: alarm DIN4 Boolean value input 4 Open: normal Close: alarm DIN5 Connected for detecting heater fault Open: alarm; Close: normal DIN6 Boolean value input 6 Open: normal Close: alarm Dry contact output ports ALM1 Mains failure alarm (System AC power failure alarm port) Open: alarm; Close: normal Open: alarm Close: normal ALM3 Single rectifier alarm (Single rectifier failure, protect or communication failure alarm port) Open: alarm Close: normal

ALM2

Controlling the D.G. (Reserved)

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Silkscreen ALM4

Description SPD fault alarm (AC or DC surge protector failure alarm port) Fuse disconnection alarm (Battery or load fuse disconnection alarm port) Temperature alarm (Battery or cabinet ambient temperature too high or low alarm port) Door open alarm (Cabinet door open alarm port) Temperature control alarm (Heater or fans failure alarm port) Multi rectifiers alarm (Two or more rectifiers failure alarm port) Connected for controlling the heater

Default Mode Open: alarm Close: normal Open: alarm Close: normal Open: alarm Close: normal Open: alarm Close: normal Open: alarm Close: normal Open: alarm Close: normal Open: the heater working according to the temperature. Close: power off the heater

ALM5

ALM6

ALM7

ALM8

ALM9

ALM10

ALM11

Reserved

Open: alarm Close: normal

ALM12

Connected for controlling the lamp

Open: close the lamp Close: open the lamp

COM Port

COM

RS485

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Pin Definition
Figure 2-17 Pins of sensor ports

Table 2-15 Pin Definition


Silk Screen Pin Pin definition

WATER

1 2 3 4

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


TEMP2

TEMHUM

1 2 3 4

TEMP1

1 2

TEMP2

1
2

GND DIN7+ JTD7 12V SMOKE Btemp1 GND

GATE

1 2

SMOKE

1 2

BTEMP

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Terminal block
Terminal block is in the right side of the cabinet. Two RJ45 cables are used for connecting dry contacts and the host.

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Figure 2-18 Terminal block

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2.7.3 LCD User Interface


Symbol Conventions
Symbol Description Press one time Enter button.

Enter

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 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. Figure 2-19 Selecting Language

Querying Active Alarms


This section describes how to query active alarms on the LCD, as shown in Figure 2-20. The parameter values in Figure 2-20 are for reference only.

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Figure 2-20 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 2-21. The parameter values in Figure 2-21 are for reference only. Figure 2-21 Setting parameters quickly

NOTE

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.

Setting Parameters of the Heater


This section describes how to set the parameters of the heater on the LCD, as shown in Figure 2-22. The parameter values in Figure 2-22 are for reference only.

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Figure 2-22 Setting Parameters of the Heater

Setting Status of the Digital input (DI) Port


This section describes how to set the DI alarm status on the LCD, as shown in Figure 2-23. The parameter values in Figure 2-23 are for reference only.
NOTE

For example, DI 1 Alarm: Close means that if the status of DI 1 port is Close, the monitoring unit will generate a DI 1 Alarm.

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Figure 2-23 Setting Parameters of the DI

Setting Status of the Digital Output (DO) Port


This section describes how to set the DO status when there is an alarm on the LCD, as shown in Figure 2-24. The parameter values in Figure 2-24 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 Setting Parameters of the Alarm.

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Figure 2-24 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 2-25. The parameter values in Figure 2-25 are for reference only.

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Figure 2-25 Setting Parameters of the Alarm

LCD Menu Hierarchy


Figure 2-26 shows the LCD main menu. Figure 2-26 LCD menu hierarchy

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2.7.4 Web User Interface


You can perform the following operations over the Web UI:

View the system status, including the rectifier 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. 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 Web UI.

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 2-27 set User Name to admin and Password to 001, and then press Login. ----End

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Figure 2-27 Login page

Querying System Status


To view the information about Active Alarm, Site Summary, Rectifier Summary, Rectifier, Battery Summary, Battery Summary, TCU Summary and Fan Group, please click System Status, as shown in Figure 2-28. Figure 2-28 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 2-29.

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Figure 2-29 System Configuration

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 2-30 shows the Network Configuration pane.

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Figure 2-30 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 2-31.

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Figure 2-31 Control

Managing Users
You can create and delete users and modify user information in the User Management pane, as shown in Figure 2-32. 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 2-32 User Management

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Upgrading Software
You can upgrade SMU and PSU software in the Version management pane, as shown in Figure 2-33. 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 2-33 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 2-34 shows the Log History pane.

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Figure 2-34 Log History

Exporting Historical Alarms


You can download historical alarms in the Historical Alarms pane, as shown in Figure 2-35. To export historical alarms in HTML files, click Export. To clear historical alarms, click Clean. Figure 2-35 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 2-36. Figure 2-36 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 2-37.

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Figure 2-37 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 2-38. Figure 2-38 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 2-39 Electronic Labels

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3.1 Overview
CAUTION

Safety Precautions

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.
NOTE

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

3.2 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.

3.3 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 or operate the device in the absence of a properly installed ground conductor. Conduct the electrical inspection carefully.
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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.

3.4 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. The temperature of some equipment parts may be rather high. Do not touch the surface of such equipment parts to avoid getting burn.

3.5 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.

3.6 Electrical Safety


High Voltage

DANGER

The high voltage power supply provides power for the device operation. Direct or indirect contact (through damp objects) with high voltage and AC mains supply may result in fatal danger. 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.
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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.

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.

CAUTION
Outputs are energy hazards (>240 VA)

Electrostatic Discharge

CAUTION
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).

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

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Installation and Commissioning

The detailed installation refers to the TP48200A- D17B6 Quick Installation Guide.

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5.1 Routine Maintenance
Table 5-1 Routine maintenance Maintenance Item Maintenance Task Check Item Whether the output voltage of the DC PDU is within the range of 42 V DC to 58 V DC. Check Method Measure the voltage.

Maintenance

Maintain TP48200A-D17B6 periodically based on site requirements. The recommended maintenance interval is 6 months. If faults are identified, clear them immediately. The air filter is recommended to be maintained once a year before summer comes.

Repair When The voltage is beyond the range of 42 V DC to 58 V DC.

Measures

Output voltage

Switch on the circuit breaker on the DC PDU, set the multimeter to DC, and then measure the output voltage of the DC PDU.

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Maintenance Item

Maintenance Task Check Item Whether a component burns, smokes, sparks, or produces an unusual odor Check Method Observe and smell the components. Repair When A component burns, smokes, sparks, or produces an unusual odor. Measures

Component

If a short circuit occurs, rectify the fault. If a cable diameter does not match the load, replace it. If there is a burnt componen t, replace it.

Fan

Whether the fan is covered by dust. Whether the fan surface is damaged and whether the rotational speed, noise, and vibration are in the normal range.

View the fan.

Dust accumulates on the fan.

Clear the dust on the fan. Replace the fan.

The fan rotates unstably or slowly. The fan is damaged.

Cabinet surface

Whether the paint and the electroplated coating on the surface of the cabinet are in good condition. Whether surface rust appears on the door lock and rust continues to spread over the surface.

View the cabinet surface.

Surface rust appears on the cabinet or paint peels off.

Polish the rust and repaint the cabinet.

Door lock

Observe and open the lock.

The door lock is too rusty.

Replace the lock cylinder.

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Maintenance Item

Maintenance Task Check Item

Check Method View the interior of the cabinet.

Repair When There is foreign matter, fingerprints, or stains in the cabinet.

Measures Clean up stains, fingerprints, and foreign matter using a brush or cotton cloth.

Environment inside the cabinet

Whether there are fingerprints or any other stains on the interior of the cabinet. Whether there is unnecessary adhesive tape or cable ties on the cables. Whether there is tape, cable ties, wastepaper, or packing bags in the cabinet.

Air filter

Whether the air filter is covered by dust.

View the air filter.

Overtemperature alarms are frequently raised for the power system, and the temperature inside the cabinet is much higher than the ambient temperature. Dust accumulates on the air filter.

Replace the air filter.

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Common Faults
Table 5-2 Common faults and troubleshooting methods Fault Type AC phase loss 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. If the insulation layer is aged, replace the cable. Check whether the AC input voltage is excessively low using a multimeter, and check whether the AC undervoltage (lower than 180V AC) alarm is generated. If the AC input voltage is excessively low and the AC undervoltage alarm is generated, check whether there is short-circuit or electric leakage on the AC input loop. If there is short-circuit or electric leakage, replace the cable. 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 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 switch is OFF. If the AC input switch is OFF, check whether faults such as short-circuit or open circuit exist on the AC input loop. 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. 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.

3.

AC power off

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

1.

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. 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.

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

2.

DC overvoltage or DC undervoltage

Improper setting of monitoring unit DC undervoltage or overvoltage threshold Rectifier module fault

1.

2.

Charging overcurrent

Communication failure between the monitoring unit and the rectifier Battery loop fault

1.

2. 3. Load shutdown

Contactor fault Excessively high setting of monitoring unit load shutdown voltage Output undervoltage due to greater load power than configured rectifier module power

1.

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Fault Type Battery shutdown

Fault Analysis

Handling Method 1. 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. 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 of monitoring unit battery parameters Contactor fault

2. 3.

4.

Battery fuse failure

Battery loop fault Contactor fault Battery fault

1.

2.

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

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

1.

2.

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. If the alarm persists when the humidity is proper, check whether the humidity sensor is faulty.

3.

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

Improper setting of monitoring unit humidity alarm parameters Overhumidity or underhumidity in the shelter with the humidity sensor Humidity sensor fault

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Fault Type Battery overtemperature or undertemperature alarm

Fault Analysis

Handling Method 1. 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

Battery cabin overtemperature Improper setting of monitoring unit battery temperature alarm parameters Battery charging overcurrent Temperature sensor fault

2.

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 limit 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. 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.

4.

Door alarm

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

1. 2.

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.)

1.

2.

Smoke in the shelter Smoke sensor fault

1.

2.

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Fault Type Rectifier module fault

Fault Analysis

Handling Method Check whether the alarm indicator on the panel of the rectifier module is on. If the alarm indicator is on, remove the rectifier module and insert the rectifier module after the indicator is off. Disconnect AC input to the rectifier module and restart the rectifier module later on. If the alarm persists, replace the rectifier module. Check whether the mains voltage is over the AC overvoltage threshold (300 V) of the rectifier module or below the AC undervoltage 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. Check whether the rectifier module is in position or whether contact is proper. If the contact is not proper, remove and then insert it. If the alarm persists, replace the rectifier module.

Poor contact of the 1. rectifier module Rectifier module fault 2.

Rectifier module shutdown Rectifier module protection

Input overvoltage or undervoltage of the rectifier module Rectifier module fault

1.

2.

Communication Failure between rectifier and monitoring unit

Signal cable 1. connection fault of the rectifier module Rectifier module out of position Poor contact of the rectifier module Rectifier module fault DG signal cable fault Improper setting of the monitoring unit D.G. fault 1. 2.

D.G. fault

Check whether the signal cable of the DG is correctly and securely connected. If the signal cable is not correctly and securely connected, connect it correctly. Check whether the start permission of the DG in the monitoring unit is set to NO and whether the diesel generator is started manually. If the permission is set to NO and the DG is started manually, this is normal. The alarm is cleared after the DG is shut down. Check whether the DG is faulty by referring to the Diesel Generator User Guide delivered with the DG.

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3.

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Fault Type Load Fuse Alarm

Fault Analysis

Handling Method 1. Check whether the load fuse detection cable is securely connected. If the cable is not connected securely, connect it correctly. Check whether the load circuit breaker is in the OFF position. If it is, switch it to the ON position. Check whether the load fuse is damaged. Use a multimeter to measure the voltage at both ends of the fuse. If the voltage is close to 0 V, the fuse is normal. Otherwise, the fuse is blown. Replace the fuse. If the alarm persists after the fuse is replaced, check the new fuse. If the new fuse is blown or the load circuit breaker is automatically switched to the OFF position, the load power on this route may be excessive or a short circuit may occur. In this case, you need to rectify the fault on this load loop. 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. If the alarm persists, it indicates that the alarm loop is faulty. Replace the user interface module.

The load fuse is faulty. Load circuit breaker set to OFF

2.

3.

4.

AC surge protector fault

AC surge protector fault User interface module fault

1.

2.

3.

DC surge protector fault

DC surge protector fault User interface module fault

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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 Replacment

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 set to ON and storage batteries and AC input are not cut off. 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 Loosen the screws on the handle and pull out the handle, and then insert the rectifier into the corresponding slot in the plug-in subrack. 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 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 by referring the Quick Installation Guide. ----End

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Figure 5-4 Removing the old monitoring unit

Figure 5-5 Installing the new monitoring unit

Replacing the UIM


To replace the UIM, perform the following steps: Step 1 Remove signal cables from the UIM. Step 2 Loosen the screws on the UIM panel using a Phillips screwdriver. Step 3 Pull the UIM outwards and disconnect the cables. Step 4 Connect the cables to a new UIM and insert the new UIM. Step 5 Tighten the screws on the handle. Step 6 Reinstall the signal cables. ----End Figure 5-6 Removing the old UIM

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Figure 5-7 Installing the new UIM

Replacing the Fan assembly


To replace the fan assembly, perform the following steps: Step 1 Disconnect the power cable for the fan assembly. The power cable is on the back end of the UIM02D. Figure 5-8 Disconnect the power cable

Step 2 Loosen the captive screws from the panel of the fan assembly. Step 3 Pull the fan assembly out along the guide rails. When the fan assembly is almost out of the cabinet, hold the bottom of the fan assembly with one hand and the handle with the other until the fan assembly is removed from the cabinet. Step 4 Install the new fan drawer as follows: Insert the new fan assembly into the guide rails by holding the bottom of the fan assembly with one hand and the handle with the other hand. Then, push the fan assembly by holding two handles on the fan drawer along the guide rails until the fans start to work. Step 5 Fasten the captive screws on the panel.

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----End Figure 5-9 Removing the fan assembly

Figure 5-10 Installing the fan assembly

Replacing the HAU


To replace the HAU, perform the following steps: Step 1 Turn off the HEATER power switch on the AC PDU. Step 2 Record the connections of the cables on the HAU, and remove these cables. Step 3 Remove the four screws on both sides of the faulty HAU, and remove the faulty HAU (with the mounting ears). Step 4 Remove the four screws from the mounting ears on both sides of the faulty HAU, and remove and reserve the mounting ears. Step 5 Reinstall the mounting ears removed from the faulty HAU on the new HAU. Step 6 Install the new HAU with the mounting ears on the cabin.

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Step 7 Reconnect the cables to the new HAU based on the cable connection records. ----End Figure 5-11 Removing the HAU

Figure 5-12 Installing the HAU

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Replacing the Air filter


To replace the air filter, perform the following steps: Step 1 Record the installation direction of the air filter. Wrong installation of an air filter lead to air filtering failures. Step 2 Loosen the screws with the crosshead screwdriver and then remove the air filter. Step 3 Install the air filter in the original position and fasten the screws with the crosshead screwdriver. ----End Figure 5-13 Removing the air filter

Figure 5-14 Installing the air filter

Replacing the AC SPD


To replace the AC SPD, perform the following steps:
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Step 1 Remove the faulty SPD. Step 2 Insert the new SPD. ----End Figure 5-15 Replacing the AC SPD

Replacing the Lamp


To replace a lamp, perform the following steps: Step 1 Turn OFF the lamp switch which is on the power cable connected to the lamp. Step 2 Take down the cables from terminal block. Step 3 Loosen the lamp and take off it from the shelf. Step 4 Install a new lamp on the shelf. Step 5 Connect cables to the terminal block. Step 6 Turn ON the lamp switch which is on the power cable connected to the lamp. ----End

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Figure 5-16 Removing the lamp

Figure 5-17 Installing the lamp

Replacing the Door lock cylinder


To replace the lock cylinder, perform the following steps: Step 1 Open the door lock using a key to the degree as shown in the following figure. Step 2 Unscrew the lock cylinder to be replaced using a Phillips screwdriver. Step 3 Secure a new lock cylinder using screws. ----End Figure 5-18 Replacing the lock cylinder

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

Technical Specifications

Specifications 20 C to +45 C (4 F to +113.0 F) 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) <4000 m (<13123.2 ft) When the altitude ranges from 2000 m (6561.6 ft) to 4000 m (13123.2 ft), the operating temperature is derated by 1 C (1.8 F) for each additional 200 m (656.16 ft).

Storage humidity Altitude

AC input

Input mode Input voltage Rated frequency Power factor

Three phase or single phase 346VAC to 415V AC/200V AC to 240V AC 50/60 Hz 0.99 (50% load or more) -42 V DC to -58V DC -53.5 V DC 12KW

DC output

Output voltage range Default output voltage Maximum output power

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Category

Item Regulated voltage precision Peak-to-peak noise voltage

Specifications 1% 200 mV (020 MHz) 50A The peak point is 96%; 95%(230V AC,20%90% load)

Rectifier

Max output current Efficiency

Output power Overvoltage protection

3000W 58.560.5 VDC 1. If the overvoltage occurs inside the rectifier due to a fault, the rectifier will latch off. 2. If the output voltage is higher than 63 V and lasts for more than 500 ms, the rectifier will latch off.

AC input overvoltage protection threshold AC input overvoltage recovery threshold AC input undervoltage protection threshold AC input undervoltage recovery threshold Others Surge protection

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.

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.

For AC power ports, Level B surge protection (In:30kA, Imax:60kA). For DC power ports,

Differential mode: 10 kA Common mode: 20 kA MTBF Structure Dimensions (H x W x D) 200,000 hours (at 30 C)

Cabinet: 1725 mm (67.91 in.) x 700 mm (27.56 in.) x 750 mm (29.53 in.) Base: 200 mm (7.87 in.) x 700 mm (27.56 in.) x 700 mm (27.56 in.)

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Item Weight

Specifications

Cabinet: <150 kg (without rectifiers and storage batteries) Each rectifier weights <3 kg.

Protection level Installation Maintenance Cooling Cooling capacity Installation scenario

IP55 Ground installation Operated and maintained from the front Direct cooling 220W/K; 1760W with T = 8C @ two fans in operation with 100% speed) Standard 19-inch rack

Table A-2 Technical specifications Discipline Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Standards


CISPR22 Class B EN55022 Class B EN50024 ETSI EN 300 386 Class B ICES 003 Class B VCCI V-3 Class B AS/NZS CISPR22 Class B GB9254 Class B CNS 13438 Class B IEC 61000-6-1/EN 61000-6-1 IEC 61000-6-3/EN 61000-6-3 IEC 60950-1 IEC60950-22 EN 60950-1 EN 60950-22

Safety

Environment protection

RoHS

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B Acronyms and Abbreviations

B
A AC PDU ASIC ATS D DC PDU DI DO

Acronyms and Abbreviations

Alternating Current Power Distribution Unit Application-Specific Integrated Circuit Automatic Transfer Switch

Direct Current Power Distribution Unit Digital Input Digital Output

E EMS Element Management System

H HAU Heater Assembly Unit

I IEC International Electrotechnical Commission

L LED LSI Light Emitting Diode Large-scale Integration

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OPEX

Operational Expenditure

P PDU Power Distribution Unit

S SELV SMU SPD Safety Extra-low Voltage Site Monitoring Unit Surge Protection Device

T TCU Temperature Control Unit

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