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APM30H&TMC11H&IBBS200D&IBBS200T

Ver.B
Installation Guide

Issue: 10
Date: 2010-07-15

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES Co., Ltd.


Content

Specification of the Cabinets ……………………………… 2


Modules in the Cabinets ……………………………………… 3
Installation Scenarios ………………………………………… 3
Installation Tools ……………………………………………… 4
1. Installation Procedure ……………………………………… 5
2. Installing the Cabinets ………………………………………6
3. Earth Grounding the Cabinets …………………………… 12
4. Installing the Optional Modules ………………………… 13
5. Installing the Cables ………………………………………16
6. Sealing the Cable Holes ………………………………… 26
7. Installing the Batteries and their Cables ……………… 27
8. Checklist for the Installation …………………………… 28
9. Checking the Power-On Status ………………………… 30
10. Appendix ………………………………………………… 31
11. Change History …………………………………………… 36

Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.


1
Specification of the Cabinets
b
The APM30H(Ver.B) series cabinets consist of the APM30H, TMC11H, IBBS200T, and IBBS200D.
Cabinet dimensions (excluding the TEC cool hood of the IBBS200T): 600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm (W x H x D)

Cabinets Item Specification Remarks

Cabinet weight ≤ 72 kg Including the cabinet frame, inner air circulation


APM30H fan box, outer air circulation fan box, core of the
heat-exchanger, EPS subrack, and related
cables.
Excluding the BBU, customer equipment, PMU,
PSUs, and batteries.

Weight of the ≤ 91 kg Including the cabinet, one PMU, three PSUs,


cabinet in full and one BBU.
configuration Excluding the customer equipment and batteries.
TMC11H Cabinet weight ≤ 57 kg Including the cabinet frame, inner air circulation
fan box, outer air circulation fan box, and core
of the heat-exchanger.
Excluding the customer equipment and batteries

IBBS200T Cabinet weight ≤ 70 kg Excluding the batteries


Battery 48 V 50 Ah or Supporting 48 V 100 Ah backup power by
48 V 92 Ah connecting two 48 V 50 Ah battery groups in
battery group parallel.
that can be Supporting 48 V 184 Ah backup power by
maintained connecting two 48 V 92 Ah battery groups in
from the front parallel.
TEC cooler
hood (Depth:
206 mm)

IBBS200D Cabinet weight ≤ 50 kg Excluding the batteries

2
Modules of the Cabinets
APM30H (AC power supply) APM30H (+24 V DC power supply) TMC11H
HPMI CMUA HPMI CMUA HPMI CMUA

DCDU-03
DCDU-03
EPS
EPS48100D
PMU Junction box
PSU
Junction box Junction box

IBBS200D IBBS200T

Power Power
distribution box distribution box

In this document, the CMUA


equipment appearance is for Power box of CMUA
reference only. The actual the heating film
equipment may differ from
what is shown in the figures.

Installation Scenarios
Pole
Wall

APM30H APM30H APM30H


IBBS200D or or
or or
TMC11H TMC11H TMC11H
IBBS200T

Base Base

APM30H APM30H APM30H APM30H


IBBS200D or
TMC11H

IBBS200D IBBS200D IBBS200D IBBS200D IBBS200D IBBS200D


or or or or or or
IBBS200T IBBS200T IBBS200T IBBS200T IBBS200T IBBS200T

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Installation Tools

Screwdriver
Insulated screwdriver (M3 to M6) Diagonal pliers

Wrench
(32 mm capacity) Socket wrench Torque wrench

Crimping pliers for


power cables RJ-45 crimping pliers Wire cutter

Rubber hammer Iron Wire stripper

Percussion drill (Ø16) Heat gun Level bar

Multimeter Long measuring tape Cleaner

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1 Installation Procedure

Start

Install the Cabinets Install the Cabinets on the Install the Cabinets on
on the Base Metal Pole the Wall

Earth Grounding the


Cabinets

Install the Optional Modules

Install the Cables

Seal the Cable Holes

Install the Batteries and


their Cables

Checklist for the Installation

Checking the Power-On


Status

End

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2 Installing the Cabinets
a Installation the Cabinets on the Base
Cabinet dimensions and clearance requirements (unit: mm)
600 40 600 40 600 > 60

> 300 Cabinet Cabinet 480 Cabinet > 300

The values in the figure are not for the concrete plinth.
Maximum
The recommended distance between the cabinets is
120° > 800 40 mm, and the maximum distance between the cabinets
is 150 mm.
If the Noise Reduction Module (NRM) is installed, the
distance between the cabinets is 150 mm.
1. Install the base.
Cast a concrete plinth.
The height of the concrete plinth must meet the heat-dissipation and waterproofing requirements of the cabinet.
The concrete plinth must be 200 mm higher than the ground, and the horizontal error must be within 5 mm
when the plinth is cast.

Mark the anchor points for the base. Use a hammer drill to drill holes.
516
19

Φ16
434 352

90°
Concrete
600 52-60 mm
unit: mm plinth

Do not use the hammer drill to drill


holes on the concrete plinth through the holes on the base.
Concrete plinth In this way, the paint on the base may be damaged.

Install the expansion bolt assemblies.


M12×60 bolt Remove the spring washer,
Rubber
mallet flat washer, and bolt.
Spring washer 12

Flat washer 12

Expansion tube

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2 Installing the Cabinets
a Installation the Cabinets on the Base
Install the bolt with the spring washer Check the base level.
and flat washer.

Adjust the base level by adding adjusting pads to the


bolts between the base and the concrete plinth.

Tighten the bolts. Remove the front cover plate.

Remove the baffle plates from both 10 Remove the baffle pieces from the back
sides of the base (by removing the plate of the base.
on the left as an example).

All the three cable holes on the base can be used for cabling.
You can use the cable holes based on actual requirements.

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2 Installing the Cabinets
a Installation the Cabinets on the Base
2. Move the cabinet onto the base.

Choose the appropriate method to move the cabinets according to the condition on site. Here take the crane as an example.

Install the lifting lugs. Install the ropes.

Lifting
Plastic lug
screw

Maximum 90°

Do not damage plastic screws. Reserve them for later use.

Move the cabinet onto the base. Remove the ropes and install the plastic
screws.

Before installing the plastic screws, clean the mounting holes to prevent scrap iron from entering.

3. Secure the cabinet onto the base.

By attaching the IBBS200D as an example,


attaching the APM30H or the TMC11H or the
IBBS200T to the base is the same. Gasket with an
oblong hole

M12×30 Bolt(×4)

Gasket with an
oblong hole

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2 Installing the Cabinets
a Installation the Cabinets on the Base
4. (Optional) Stacking two cabinets.
Remove the cover plates (×2) Remove the plastic Stack the cabinets, and
from the top of the lower screws (x4) from the top attach the cabinets with
cabinet. of the lower cabinet. the bolts(×4).

Gasket with an oblong hole

To ensure the waterproof


performance of the cabinet, keep
well the cover plates for the round
hole of the cabinet.

Cover plate M12x30 Blot (x4) Gasket with an


oblong hole

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2 Installing the Cabinets
b Installation the Cabinets on the Metal Pole
1. Installing the trapezoidal rack. 2. Remove the plastic screws (×2).
M12×60 Bolt(×4)

Trapezoidal rack

Pole

3. Install the fastening bar.

Fastening bar
4. Move the cabinet on to the
trapezoidal rack and attach them
M12×30 Bolt(×2) with the bolts.

Gasket with
an oblong
hole
M12x30
Blot (x4)
5. Install the U-shaped piece.

Flat washer

Spring Gasket with


washer an oblong
hole

When the APM30H is installed on a metal pole, grease must be covered. For details, see Appendix e on
page 35.
Hold the cabinet when opening the door to prevent the cabinet from tipping over.

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2 Installing the Cabinets
c Installing the Cabinets on the Wall
1. Marking the anchor points 2. Install the expansion bolt
assemblies.
250
Anchor Bolt
points (×6)
Spring washer
Drawing Flat washer
766
template
Expansion tube

138

280
≥500
Unit: mm

3. Installing the trapezoidal rack. 4. Remove the plastic screws (×2).


M12×60 Bolt(×4)

Wall

Trapezoidal
rack

5. Install the fastening bar. 6. Attach the trapezoidal rack and


the cabinet.
Fastening bar
M12×30 Bolt(×2)
Gasket with
an oblong
hole
M12x30
Blot (x4)

Hold the cabinet when opening the door to prevent the


cabinet from tipping over.

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2 Installing the Cabinets
c Installing the Cabinets on the Wall
7. Attach the fastening bar and wall.
Fastening bar M12×30 Bolt(×2)

3 Earth Grounding the Cabinets


Principles for routing the PGND cables and the equipotential cables

The PGND cables and signal cables cannot be bound or entangled. A certain distance must
be reserved between them to prevent interference from each other.

Principles for earth grounding the cabinets: APM30H


The upper cabinets are connected to the lower
cabinets with the equipotential cables.
The lower cabinets are connected with the
equipotential cables.
The cabinet below the APM30H is connected to the
grounding busbar with PGND cables.
Wiring copper
bar

About the principles for earth grounding the cabinets,


takes the following scenario as example.
Equipotential Equipotential
cable (16 mm2) cable (16 mm2)

Equipotential PGND cable


cable (16 mm2) (16 mm2)

Grounding busbar

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4 Installing the Optional Modules
a Installing the SOU in the APM30H
1. Specification of the SOU.

Configured with the following four outlet types, the cabinets support different SOU types of different countries.
The SOU is preferably installed in the bottom 1 U space of the cabinet.

European American Multi-purpose UK


standard standard standard

2. Install the SOU. 3. Install the power cable for the SOU.

L2
PGND

SOU

N2

b Installing the Heater in the APM30H


1. Install the Heater. 2. Install the power cable for the heater.

The heater is preferably


installed in the bottom 1 U L0 N0
space of the cabinet.

If both the SOU and the heater


are installed in the cabinet, the
heater is installed above the
SOU, that is, in the 1 U space
next to the SOU.

c Installing the Heater in the TMC11H


See “ Installing the Heater in the APM30H”.

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4 Installing the Optional Modules
d Installing the EMUA in the APM30H
1. Install the EMUA. 2. Install the power cable for the EMUA.

M6
PWR1

EMUA
BBU
LOAD7

3. Install the signal cable for the EMUA.


COM OUT

RS485

Information about the BBU, see BBU Installation


Guide.
Either the EMUA or the SLPU is installed.

e Installing the EMUA in the TMC11H


See “ Installing the EMUA in the APM30H”.

PWR1

LOAD7 COM OUT


RS485

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4 Installing the Optional Modules
f Installing the SLPU in the APM30H

1. Install the SLPU. 2. Install the internal monitoring


transfer cable for the SLPU.
EXT-ALM0

OUT0

M6

SLPU
BBU
Internal monitoring transfer cable
connections:
3. Install the external dry contact
monitoring and alarm signal cable

Information about the BBU, see BBU Installation


Guide.
Either the EMUA or the SLPU is installed.

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5 Installing the Cables

In this chapter, the color or the appearance of the equipment are for reference only。The actual equipment may differ from
what is shown in the figures.

General principles for routing the cables

1 Different types of cables must be separately routed and cannot be bound in the same bundle. Cables in
each bundle or any two bundles cannot be entangled.

2 The cables must be bundled tightly and neatly. The jackets of the cables are not damaged.

3 Labels or nameplates must be attached to the cables after they are installed.

4 The cables of different types must be routed in parallel or separated by special objects.

5 The bending radius of the cable is not less than five times of the diameter of the cable.

6 If the length of the power cable is insufficient, replace the cable rather than adding connectors or soldering
joints to lengthen the cable.

a Installing the Power Cables


(-48 V DC) b Installing the Power Cables
(+24 V DC)

If the TMC11H (-48 V DC) is not configured, skip the section. If the TMC11H (+24 V DC) is not configured, skip the section.

Install the input power cable for the TMC11H Install the input power cable for the APM30H

Remove the protecting cap of the power box of the Remove the protecting cap of the power box of the
DCDU-03. EPS48100D.
Connect the power cables. Connect the power cables.
Recover the protecting cap. Recover the protecting cap.

NEG(-) RTN(+)
+

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5 Installing the Cables
c Installing the Power Cables (AC Power Supply Scenario)
1. Install the input power cable for the APM30H
Remove the AC protecting cap, open the AC input power box.
Connect the power cables.
Recover the AC protecting cap, close the AC input power box.
200V Three-phase AC 200V Signal-phase AC 110V AC mode
mode PE mode
Short-
circuiting
bar

Move the
short- L1
circuiting bar
L2
L1
L2 N
L PE
L3 PE
N N

PE

2. APM30H-TMC11H
Power cables for the TMC11H Power cable for the junction box

L N N3
NEG(-) TMC L3

RTN(+)

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5 Installing the Cables
c Installing the Power Cables (AC Power Supply Scenario)
3. APM30H - IBBS200D/IBBS200T
APM30H:IBBS=1:2
1. Power cables for the IBBS200D/IBBS200T

Power series 120


Either the IBBS200D or connector
the IBBS200T is installed.
Add the power series 120
connector. For details, see
"Appendix a" on page 31.

2. Power cables for the fan in the IBBS200D


LOAD3

Easy power
receptacle (pressfit
type) connector

For details on how to


assemble the easy power
receptacle (pressfit type)
connector, see "Appendix b"
on page 32.

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5 Installing the Cables
c Installing the Power Cables (AC Power Supply Scenario)
3. APM30H - IBBS200D/IBBS200T
APM30H:IBBS=1:2
3. Power cables for the heating films in the IBBS200D

Must route the power cables for the heating films in the IBBS200Ds into the power box
L1 N1
of the heating film from the top down.

L2
N2

The power box of the


heating film

Prevent the wires from exposing out


of the power box of the heating film.

From L2/N2

From L1/N1
The power box of the
heating film

4. Power cables for the TEC in the IBBS200T


LOAD3 LOAD2

If the LOAD2 is already


occupied, it is recommended
that the fuse for the LOAD4
terminals be changed to meet From LOAD2 From LOAD3
the output MCB requirements
for the IBBS. For details, see
"Appendix c" on page 33.

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5 Installing the Cables
c Installing the Power Cables (AC Power Supply Scenario)
3. APM30H - IBBS200D/IBBS200T
APM30H:IBBS=1:1
1. Power cables for the IBBS200D/
IBBS200T

Power series 120


connector
Either the IBBS200D or the IBBS200T
is installed.
Add the power series 120 connector.
For details, see "Appendix a" on page 31.

2. Power cables for the fan in the LOAD3


IBBS200D / the TEC in the
IBBS200T

Easy power receptacle


(pressfit type) connector

For details on how to assemble the


easy power receptacle (pressfit type)
connector, see "Appendix b" on page 32.

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5 Installing the Cables
c Installing the Power Cables (AC Power Supply Scenario)
3. APM30H - IBBS200D/IBBS200T
APM30H:IBBS=1:1
3. Power cables for the heating films in the
IBBS200D

L1 N1
Must route the power cables for the heating films in the
IBBS200D into the power box of the heating film from the top
down. L2
Prevent the wires from exposing out of the power box of the N2
heating film.

The power box of the The power box of


heating film the heating film

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5 Installing the Cables
d Installing the Monitoring Signal Cables
Principles for routing the monitoring signal cables

When the signal cable is routed between cabinets, coil the extra length of the cable in the
base if the cable is redundant.

1. APM30H+IBBS200D/IBBS200T
APM30H+IBBS200D APM30H+IBBS200T

COM_485
COM_485

COM_OUT
COM_IN COM_IN
COM_OUT

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5 Installing the Cables
d Installing the Monitoring Signal Cables
2. APM30H+2 IBBS200D/IBBS200T
APM30H+2 IBBS200D

COM_485
COM_OUT
COM_IN COM_IN

APM30H+2 IBBS200T
COM_485

COM_IN COM_IN
COM_OUT COM_OUT

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5 Installing the Cables
d Installing the Monitoring Signal Cables
3. 2 APM30H+2 IBBS200D/IBBS200T
2 APM30H+2 IBBS200D
COM_485

COM_IN

MON0
UEIU

COM_OUT
COM_IN

2 APM30H+2 IBBS200T
COM_485

COM_IN

MON0

UEIU

COM_IN
COM_OUT

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5 Installing the Cables
d Installing the Monitoring Signal Cables
4. APM30H+2 IBBS200D/IBBS200T+TMC11H
APM30H+2 IBBS200D+TMC11H
COM_485
COM_IN

COM_OUT
MON0
COM_IN
UEIU

COM_OUT
COM_IN

APM30H+2 IBBS200T+TMC11H
COM_485
COM_IN

MON0

COM_IN
UEIU
COM_OUT

COM_IN
COM_OUT

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6 Sealing the Cable Holes
a Sealing the Cable Holes in the Cabinets

The cable module for the IBBS200D, IBBS200T, or APM30H is the same as that for the TMC11H.
When two IBBS200Ds or two IBBS200Ts are installed in stack mode, the installation of the cable module in the upper
cabinet is not required.

Lead the cable through the cable hole with an aperture matching the cross-sectional area of the cable in order that the
sealing is effective.

b Sealing the Cable Holes in the Base


1. Close the cable holes on both 2. Seal the cable holes with fireproof
sides and at the rear of the base. clay.
Baffle plate Fireproof
clay

Fireproof
clay
Fireproof clay
Baffle plate PVC corrugated
Baffle piece
pipe

The fireproof clay can be used to seal the cable holes


of the base. It cannot be used to seal the cable holes
of the cabinet.

3. Install the front panel on the front of the base.

Check whether the paint on the cabinet surface is damaged. If the paint is damaged, repair the damaged paint, read
page 34.
The PVC corrugated pipe is recommended for the cable led out of the cabinet.

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7 Installing the Batteries and their Cables
a Installing the Batteries

Before installing the batteries, set the battery MCB labeled BAT to OFF to
disconnect the equipment from the battery. Finish the installation, set the
BAT to ON.
During the installation of the batteries, use insulated tools such as
wrenches and screwdrivers, and do not reversely connect the positive and
negative poles. Otherwise, the batteries may burn, and the operations may EPS Battery MCB labeled BAT
cause human injuries.

Push the baffle


plate upwards
until it is
contact with
the screws,
and then
tighten the
screws.

b Installing the Power Cables for the Batteries

Remove the
Install the copper bar for
protecting hood.
series connections.

Install the negative Install the positive


cable. cable.

Recover the Recover the


protecting hood. protecting hood.

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8 Checklist for the Installation
a Checklist for the Cabinet Installation
1 The installation position of the cabinet strictly comply with the engineering design.
2 When the cabinet is mounted on a wall, the holes of the mounting ears are aligned with
the bolt holes. The mounting ears are placed against the wall securely.
3 When the cabinet is mounted on a metal pole, the pole fixtures are secure and reliable.

4 When the APM30 is installed on the floor, the base is securely installed.

5 The horizontal error of the cabinet is less than 3 mm and the vertical error is not greater
than 3 mm.
6 All the bolts are tightened, especially for electrical connections. The flat washers and
spring washers are completely and properly installed.
7 The cabinet is neat and clean.
8 The paint on the surface of the cabinet is satisfactory.
9 The space reserved for the user devices is covered by a filler panel.
10 The cabinet door and the lock are functional. The gag lever post is tightened.
11 All the labels are complete, correct, and legible.

b Checklist for the Field Cleanliness


1 There are no fingerprints or other smears on the surface of the cabinet.
2 There are no unnecessary adhesive tapes or cable ties on the cables.
3 There are no adhesive tapes, cable ties, wastepaper, or packing bags around the cabinet.
4 All the stuff around the cabinet is neat, clean, and intact.

c Checklist for the Electrical Connections


1 All self-made PGND cables are copper-based and have proper wire diameters. No
breaking device such as the switch and fuse is allowed for the electrical connection of the
grounding system, and no short circuit is allowed.
2 According to wiring diagram of the power system, check whether the PGND cables are
securely connected, whether the AC lead-in cables and internal cables are properly
connected, and whether the screws are tightened. Ensure that no short circuit occurs in
output and input cables.
3 The redundant part of the power cable or PGND cable is stripped off rather than coiled.
4 The lugs at both ends of the power cable or the PGND cable are securely soldered or
crimped.

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8 Checklist for the Installation
c Checklist for the Electrical Connections
5 The exposed wires at the wiring terminals and the lug handles are insulated by the
insulating tape or heat-shrinkable tube.
6 The flat washers and spring washers are well mounted to all wiring terminals.
7 The exterior of the battery is intact without any scratch, dent, or crack.
8 The shell of the battery is clean without any leakage trace.
9 The wiring post on the battery stands properly without any damage, and the post is not
covered with any acid substances.
10 The pressure relief valve of the battery is not transformed, and no liquid leaks.
11 The power cables for the batteries are connected to the positive and negative polarities
correctly.
12 The voltage of the battery is normal.
The voltage of a 2 V battery cell ranges from 1.8 V to 2.35 V.
The voltage of a 12 V battery cell ranges from 10.8 V to 14.1 V.
The total voltage of the batteries ranges from 43.2 V to 56.4 V.
13 The fans work properly.
The fan in the IBBS200D rotates in a low speed in a normal situation.
The outer air circulation fan in the IBBS200T stops in a normal situation (with the ambient
temperature of lower than 30°C), and the inner air circulation fan rotates in a high speed.
The outer air circulation fan in the APM30H stops in a normal situation (with the ambient
temperature of lower than 35°C), and the inner air circulation fan rotates in a low speed.

d Checklist for the Cable Installation


1 The connectors of each cable are securely connected, especially those at the bottom of
the cabinet.
2 All cables are neatly bound with cable ties, and arranged at even intervals, to proper
tightness, and in the same direction.
3 The power cable and PGND cable are routed separately from other cables.
4 The cables are distributed in a way to facilitate maintenance and capacity expansion.
5 Both ends of each cable are legible. That is, both ends of the cable are labeled.
6 Extra cable ties are stripped off. All cuts are smooth without sharp projections.
7 The idle port that no cable is connected to is properly protected.
8 According to the APM30H capacity, ensure that all the MCBs are in normal status and the
MCBs for the batteries are set to ON. When the mains works without voltage or with under
voltage, the batteries can provide backup power for the APM30H.

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9 Checking the Power-On Status
a AC Power Supply Scenario b -48 V DC Power Supply Scenario

Start Start

Power on the APM30H Clear the fault


Power on the TMC11H Clear the fault

Are the LEDs Is the


on the PSU/PMU voltage of the
normal? DCDU-03 output power
normal?

Is the
voltage of the
EPS output power Are the LEDs
normal? on the CMUA normal?

Are the LEDs


End
on the CMUA normal?

•The normal voltage range of the DC output power to the


DCDU-03 is from:
-43.2 V DC ~ -57 V DC
• The normal status of the indicators on the CMUA:
RUN indicator: Blinking
End ALM indicator: OFF

• The normal status of the indicators on the PMU:


RUN indicator: Blinking
c Close the Door of the Cabinets
ALM indicator: OFF
• The normal status of the indicators on the PSU:
Power indicator: Steady green Lock
Protection indicator: OFF
Fault indicator: OFF Tighten the screw to fix the
• The normal voltage range of the output power to the locking piece to prevent the
EPS is from: lock from rusting.
-43.2 V DC ~ -57 V DC
• The normal status of the indicators on the CMUA:
Locking piece
RUN indicator: Blinking
ALM indicator: OFF

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10 Appendix
a Assembling the Power Series 120 Connector
1. Material: power series 120 connector, contact terminal, heat-shrinkable tube, and cable.
2. Procedure for adding the contact terminal
Strip a part of the jacket off the cable so that Lead the cable through the heat-
the conductor with a length of L1 is exposed. shrinkable tube, and then place the
contact terminal on the exposed
L1=23~25 mm conductor.
L2

L1

Conductor

When stripping the jacket off the cable, do not damage the metal
Contact terminal
conductor of the cable.

Use the crimping tool to press the end of the The contact terminal should contact the end of the
contact terminal on the conductor. jacket of the cable.
When placing the contact terminal on the conductor
closely to the end of the jacket, ensure that the L2
part of the conductor which sticks out of the contact
terminal should not exceed 2 mm.

Use the heat gun to heat the heat-


Crimping tool shrinkable tube.
L3=15~16 mm

heat-shrinkable
Link the contact terminal to the power series tube
120 connector.

power series 120 connector L3

Heat
gun heat-
shrinkable
tube
Contact
Power series 120 Heat-shrinkable
terminal
connector tube L3

The heat-shrinkable tube cannot be exposed


Retaining spring outside the power series 120 connector.

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10 Appendix
b Assembling the Easy Power Receptacle (Pressfit Type) Connector
1. Material: Easy Power Receptacle (Pressfit Type) Connector, contact terminal, heat-shrinkable tube, and cable
2. Procedure for adding the contact terminal
Strip the jacket off the cable according to Use a screwdriver to push the sliding block
the scale on the equipment. until the in-position mark is completely
exposed.

Scale

Wire of the
conductor In-position mark
+0.5
7.5 .0

Ensure that the edge of the wire is not split.

Insert the conductors into the holes. That


is, insert the red cable connected to the
positive pole into hole 1 and blue cable
connected to the negative pole into hole 2.

Hole for the conductor


Sliding block

The conductor should be in the


center of the holes.
The conductor should be
perpendicular to the holes.

The depth of the


conductor into the
hole should be not
less than 11 mm.
The conductor is deviated from
Push back the sliding blocks until they are the center of the hole.
in position. Then, check whether the
conductors are secure by gently pulling
the cables. The conductor is
not perpendicular
to the hole.

The conductor is
If the conductor slides outward not perpendicular
or the wire of the conductor is to the hole.
exposed outside the hole for the conductor, remove the
conductor, cut the split wires, and then strip the jacket and
install the conductor again.

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10 Appendix
c Replacing the Fuse
1. Remove the extraction tool.

2. Obtain the fuse from the case. 3. Replace the fuse by using the
extraction tool.

EPS

Fuse

Align the
bulge on
the
extraction
tool with
the hole on
the fuse

Fuse

EPS

Remove the fuse


by using the
extraction tool

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d Repairing the Damaged Paint
1. Codes of color samples

Object Color Name Huawei Color International


Code Color Code

Cabinets (including APM30H, RFC, RAL7035 YB026 RAL7035


TMC11H, IBBS200D and IBBS200T)

Base 3010 light grey YB030 Pontone 422U

2. Operation of description
Polishing
In case the damaged area is stained or there is rust on the materials, the following step
must be applied: Fine sand paper should be applied to polish the damaged area in order
to remove the stain or rust.
Cleaning
Clean cotton cloth can be used to rub the stain or dust on the surface of the area to be
polished or repaired.

Paint repair
Brushing paint of corresponding color should be applied according to the original coating.
Prior to the repair, the paint should be shaken well. After that, use the small brush inside
the bottle to absorb paint and evenly spread on the damaged area till the scratch/damage
is covered. Note that the paint coating applied should be as thin as possible. Paint coating
should not reveal any drops. The surface should be kept smooth.
Drying
The surface of the repair paint should be placed in indoor temperature for 30 minutes.
After that, subsequent operations can proceed.

Quality
The color of the surface of the repair area should be consistent with that of the surrounding
area, without obvious edges and bulge. Scratches and damages should be covered
properly. There should not be dropped paint.

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10 Appendix
e Covering the Equipment with Grease
1. Install the cable frame in the APM30H.

2. Before installing the rubber blocks for leading out the cables, cover the
surface and gaps of the blocks with grease evenly, and then insert the three
blocks into the cable frame.

Grease When the APM30H is installed on a metal


pole or on the wall, grease should also be
covered around the four bolts which are
used to attach the cabinet and trapezoidal
rack.

3. Insert the rubber caps into the cable


module after covering the caps with grease,
and then cover the jackets of the cables with
grease before leading the cable through the
cable module.

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f Checking the DIP Switches

When the two PMUs are in the same monitoring line (MON0 or MON1), the monitoring address of the PMUs must be set to 3
and 4.

Check whether the PMU DIP status is correct.


The monitoring address of the PMU is set to 3.

PMU
The monitoring address of the PMU is set to 4.

11 Change History
This describes the changes in the APM30H&TMC11H&IBBS200D&IBBS200T(Ver.B) Installation
Guide.
10 (2010-07-15)
This is the ninth commercial release.
Compared 10 with 09,
1. Add the scenarios of the cabinets in the chapter of “Installation Scenarios”.
2. Add the scenarios of the power cables between the APM30H and IBBS200D or IBBS200T in the chapter of
“Installing the Power Cables (AC Power Supply Scenario)”
3. Add the scenarios of the cabinets in the chapter of “Installing the Monitoring Signal Cables”.
4. Update the checklist for the installation.

09 (2010-06-30)
This is the eighth commercial release.
Compared 09 with 08,
Add the specifications of the bolts in the chapter of “Installing the Cabinets”.

08 (2010-05-05)
This is the seventh commercial release.
Compared V200R003_08 with V200R003_07,
Update the information about the bolts which are used to install the cabinets.

07 (2010-04-10)
This is the sixth commercial release.

06 (2010-03-15)
This is the fifth commercial release.
Compared V200R003_06 with V200R003_05,
Update the information about how to install the cabinets.

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11 Change History
05 (2010-02-25)
This is the fourth commercial release.
Compared V200R003_05 with V200R003_04,
Add the information about SLPU.
04 (2010-01-15)
This is the third commercial release.
Compared V200R003_04 with V200R003_03,
Add the information about the SOU and the heater.

03 (2009-12-30)
This is the second commercial release.
Compared V200R003_03 with V200R003_02,
Update the information about how to install the cabinets.

02 (2009-09-30)
This is the first commercial release.

01 (2009-08-10)
This is the draft release.

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