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System Introduction -------------


System Structure
Electrical Specifications
Power Distribution Unit
ZXD3000 Rectifier
Centralized Supervision Unit (CSU)
Signal Interface Unit (SIU)
Equipment Installation -----------
Warnings/Cautions
Removing/Installing the CSU and Rectifiers
Step 1 Installing the Cabinet
Step 2 Connecting Grounding Cables
Step 3 Connecting AC Input Cables
Step 4 Connecting DC Output Cables
Document number / version : Step 5 Installing Batteries and Connecting Battery Cables
SJ-20120213132706-001 / 2012-02-28 (R1.0) Step 6 Installing Battery Temperature Sensors
Step 7 Connecting Supervision Cables
System Commissioning ----------
Step 1 Performing Electrical Check
Step 2 Checking Rectifiers One by One
Step 3 Connecting Batteries to the System and Starting the CSU
Step 4 Operating the CSU
Step 5 Starting the Rectifiers
Step 6 Connecting Loads to the System
System Maintenance ----------
Normal Shutdown
Emergency Shutdown
Restart
Manual Power Recovery

elated Documentation
ZXDU CSU500 (SV1.0) Centralized Supervision Unit Quick Reference
Providing parameter setting guidelines for system commissioning.
Providing an alarm list in which the user can record actual alarm output relays.
For all related manuals, users can refer to the product manual CD or search on the ZTE
website.
Website: http://ensupport.zte.com.cn.
The key word can be “ZXDU68 S301” or “V5.0R02M03”.

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ZXDU68 S301 (V5.0R02M03) DC Power System

System Structure DC Distribution Unit ZXD3000 Rectifier


The rectifier converts AC to DC, powering DC loads and charging the batteries.

BATT Input DC SPD BLVD MCBs LLVD1 MCBs


MCBs (1 - 3) (1 - 5) (1 - 14) Power
Running
Alarm
1
1 2 3 4
Fault
DC SPD
2 BATT INPUT BLVD LLVD1
6 Query Button
3 LLVD1 ON BLVD ON (QUY)

4
LLVD1 ON BLVD ON Running Status
button button Indicator Working with Current Sleeping Communication Alarm Fault
stable voltage limit interruption occurrence occurrence

Descriptions of the components of the DC distribution unit are as follows: Power Lit Lit Flashing Lit Lit Lit
1. DC distribution unit
Running Lit Flashing Not lit - - Not lit
2. Signal Interface Unit (SIU) Component Description
3. Centralized Supervision Unit Alarm - - - Flashing Lit -
Battery input MCBs 3 MCBs: Connect battery packs with overload protection
(CSU)
Fault Not lit Not lit Not lit - - Lit
4. AC distribution unit LLVD1 MCBs 14 MCBs: Connect secondary loads with overload protection
(LLVD = Load Low Voltage Disconnect)
5. Battery racks (The “-” mark in the table means that the status of the corresponding indicator
6. ZXD3000 rectifiers (SMR) BLVD MCBs 5 MCBs: Connect primary loads with overload protection is not fixed.)
5 (BLVD = Battery Low Voltage Disconnect)
LLVD1 ON button Used to close the LLVD1 contactor to connect the LLVD1 branches to Centralized Supervision Unit (CSU)
the system
BLVD ON button Used to close the BLVD contactor to connect the battery branches to the The CSU monitors power distribution, rectifiers and batteries.
system
USB interface

AC Distribution Unit
AC Input MCB AC SPD SMR MCBs
(1 - 6)
Ethernet interface

Running Status
Slot Configuration Indicator
Working normally Breaking down Alarm occurrence
SIU SMR 1 SMR 2 SMR 3 SIU: Signal Interface Unit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
SMR: Switching Mode Rectifier AC INPUT AC SPD N Rectifier AC Switch Power Lit Lit Lit
CSU SMR 4 SMR 5 SMR 6 CSU: Centralized Supervision Unit
Running Flashing Lit/Not lit -
Alarm Not lit - Flashing

Electrical Specifications Descriptions of the components of the AC distribution unit are as follows: (The “-” mark in the table means that the status of the corresponding
indicator is not fixed.)
Item Specification
Component Description
AC input AC input mode: Three-phase five-wire (L1/L2/L3/N/PE)
AC input breaker Used to enable or disable AC input to the system
Rated AC input line voltage: 220 V - 240 V (phase voltage) /
380 V - 415 V (line voltage) AC SPD Provides surge protection for AC distribution unit
Signal Interface Unit (SIU)
Phase voltage range: 80 V - 300 V SMR breakers Used to enable or disable AC input to the rectifiers Signal Interface Board
Frequency: 50 Hz/60 Hz (SIB)
Rectifier ZXD3000, 6 sets (maximum)
Maximum output power: 3000 W (when the input voltage is 176
V to 300 V and the operating temperature is -40 ℃ to +55 ℃) SIB Caution
SIB When pulling out the SIU, move
DC output Rated output voltage: -53.5 V slowly to avoid disconnecting cables
Output voltage range: -42 V to -58 V connected to the SIB.

Rated output power: 18 kW (48 V to 57.6 V)


Refer to the section “Connecting Supervision Cables” on page 4/6 for
interfaces on the SIB.

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ZXDU68 S301 (V5.0R02M03) DC Power System

Warnings/Cautions Removing/Installing the CSU and Rectifiers


Remove watches, bracelets, rings or other conductive objects before the operation. Wear
special gloves for protection against electrostatic hazards. Failure to comply can result in
Removing the CSU Installing the CSU
damage to equipment.
Never set heavy objects on top of the cabinet. Failure to comply can result in damage to 1 Loosen the captive screws. 2 1 2 Tighten the captive screws. Locked
equipment.
Never install the equipment where there is a risk of any liquid spilling or foreign objects
specially conductive materials falling on top of the cabinet. Otherwise, short circuit may
occur and damage the equipment! Furthermore, no heavy objects should be placed on top
of the cabinet.
(1) Batteries used in the system should be of the same type. Old and new batteries must
not be used together. (2) Battery packs should not be short-circuited in any way during the Be aware of jamming!
operation.
Always use insulated tools when making electrical connections and always ensure that all
connection terminals and unnecessarily exposed metal parts are fully insulated. Failure to Removing the Rectifier Installing the Rectifier
comply can result in damage to equipment.
The system has high leakage current, thus it must be properly grounded before power-on. 1 Loosen the captive screws. 2 1 Tighten the captive screws.
Locked
2
The grounding cable should be connected to the nearest grounding terminal, and the cable
length cannot be greater than 30 m.
Cable requirements:
Cable diameter: The diameter of a cable should match the load capacity.
Cable color: When using cables in non-standard colors, use black cables and mark
them using heat-shrinkable tubing or insulated tape in corresponding colors to avoid
errors. If local regulations have different requirements for cable colors, always follow the
local regulations. Failure to comply can result in damage to equipment. Be aware of jamming!
Cable turning radius: At a corner of a cabling route, the turning radius should be 10
times equal to or greater than the cable diameter to avoid short circuits due to the cable
tube damage caused by the turning radius being too small.

Connecting Grounding Cables

Caution
Grounding cables of the system should be connected to the nearest
≥200 mm grounding terminal, and the cable length cannot be greater than 30 m.
Dampproof Sunproof No stacking

Unit: mm
Working ground
busbar
1 Remove the CSU and rectifiers.
4-Φ14
Installation holes SIU SMR1 SMR2 SMR3
≥2
00
476
600

mm m CSU SMR4 SMR5 SMR6


≥1 00 m
Front

2 M12 X100
expansion bolt
0 mm
≥10 ≥1
000
mm
462 80 mm
600

Cabinet dimensions:
Ø16 mm
2000 mm × 600 mm × 600 mm (H × W × D)

PE busbar

GND (red)

PE (yellow-green)
Secure the cabinet to the mounting base 3
and keep it vertical to the floor. The Nut Color codes of ground cables
vertical deviation should satisfy the Working ground cable (GND): red
requirement specified in the engineering Spring washer Protection earth cable (PE): yellow-green
Keep acceptance document of ZTE Corporation.
vertical Flat washer
Installed expansion
bolt
The use of shims 476
462
Shims can be placed at the bottom of the Protection ground busbar of
mounting base to keep the base parallel installation site
to the floor.

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ZXDU68 S301 (V5.0R02M03) DC Power System

Installing Batteries and Connecting


Connecting AC Input Cables Connecting DC Output Cables Battery Cables
The system supports the following AC input mode: Three-phase five-wire (L1/L2/L3/N/PE). 1 Choose Proper DC Output Branches.
Choose circuit breakers of proper capacity.
Installing the Battery Packs
Caution: The load capacity connected to each DC output branch cannot exceed the circuit Enough space should be reserved around each battery. Failure to comply can
Ensure that all circuit breakers are set to OFF position and that no power is breaker capacity. Certain redundancy should be reserved to prevent interruption of result in short-circuit hazards.
applied to the system prior to making any electrical connections. Failure to power supply to the loads due to the circuit breaker trip. If the spacing requirement (no less than 10 mm as show) is satisfied, the batteries
comply can result in death, personal injury or damage to equipment. For example, if the capacity of a circuit breaker is 32 A, it can connect a load with the should be placed on the right and back side in the cabinet to avoid short circuit
Caution
The live and neutral cables must not be reversed! peak capacity of no more than 25 A. caused by friction of the door lock.
QFB1
Divide loads into primary loads and secondary loads. Battery 1 Battery Placement Requirements
125A L
If mains fails, the batteries provide power supply. During the battery power supply, the - + + Near right rear corner
primary loads connected to the BLVD branch can work longer than the secondary loads. QFB2
L1 L2 L3 N 125A Battery 2
L
Disconnection Mode Loads Configuration - + + ≥10 mm
QFB3 Cabinet
LLVD1 Secondary 14 MCBs: 2×80 A + 12×16 A 125A Battery 3
L Front
- + + - + - + - + - +
- +
BLVD Primary 5 MCBs: 2×40 A + 3×10 A

≥10 mm
PE (Remarks: Capacity of DC output circuit breakers is subject to the contract. Information
in the table above is for reference only.)
≥10 mm ≈10 mm ≥10 mm
AC power distribution box
Net installation space of each battery rack:
3P
AC output 330 mm × 530 mm × 570 mm (H x W x D)
circuit breaker L1 L2 L3 2 Connect DC Output Cables.
PE (yellow-green)
L2 (yellow)

N (black)
L3 (blue)
L1 (red)

OFF PE N
Primary load Secondary load 1 Remove the stoppers
(two pieces).
DC load DC load

Start with battery pack 1 to


2
put batteries into the racks.

- 48V (blue)

- 48V (blue)
GND (red)

GND (red)
Color code of AC cables
Phase cables (L1/L2/L3): red/yellow/blue Connecting the Battery Cables
Neutral cable (N): black
BATT+ (red)
PE: yellow-green
A BATT+ (red)
GND BATT+ (red)
A
GND
DC output breakers
- + - + - + - +
BATT
Cell4 Cell3 Cell2 Cell1
OFF!
Battery pack 3
1 2 3

OFF - + - + - + - +
BLVD LLVD1
Color code of DC cables Cell4 Cell3 Cell2 Cell1

-48V: blue BATT- (blue) Battery pack 2


GND: red BATT- (blue)

BATT- (blue)
Never perform operations with power applied! - + - + - + - +
Color code of battery cables B B
Do not reverse the positive and negative cables! Cell4 Cell3 Cell2 Cell1
BATT-: blue
See the figure below for cable routing. Battery cables BATT+: red Battery pack 1
Caution should be routed backwards, not forwards.
1 Set the battery input circuit breakers to OFF.

2 Connect the positive (BATT+) and negative


(BATT-) battery cables.
Route the cable Only B terminals need to be connected on Plate
backwards. site. A terminals were connected in factory.

3 Connect plates between two adjacent - + - + - + - +


Install the cover. Do not route the batteries in each pack.
cable forwards!
4 Install the stoppers (three pieces). 3

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ZXDU68 S301 (V5.0R02M03) DC Power System

Installing Battery Temperature Sensors Connecting Supervision Cables


Before the equipment delivery, one end of each battery temperature sensor is
connected with a dual-pin plug. Based on the actual requirements, connect supervision cables to relays and
interfaces on the Signal Interface Board (SIB).
Temperature sensor
Dual-pin plug The SIB provides input & output relays, communication interfaces, battery
temperature sampling interfaces, and environmental detection interfaces.
X13 X12
RS485(multiplex) RS485(indepent) Communication Interfaces
X11 RS485B1 RS485B0
1 1
RS232 RS485A1 RS485A0
2 2 Interface Description
X22
RS232(multiplexing with X11) X2

1
X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 RS232 interface

6
RXD Flood Batt1 temp Batt2 temp Batt3 temp Batt4 temp Env. temp
3

2
TXD
3 Insert the dual-pin plugs into 2 X12 RS485 interface (independent)

7
GND_2

2
1

2
1

2
1

2
1
4
3
2
1

2
1
interfaces on the SIB. 1

3
X13 RS485 interface (multiplex)

VCC5V_T

VCC5V_T

VCC5V_T

VCC5V_T

VCC5V_T
VCC_WATER
8

+VCC5V_W
4
SIB

AGND_W

T_B1

T_B2

T_B3

T_B4
X22 RS232 interface

WATER

T_E
9
SI
SIB X6 X7 X8

5
X5 X3 X4 X18
B Door status Input relay 1,2 Input relay 3, 4 CSU fault
Connect communication cables based on the supervision network.

2
1

3
2
1

3
2
1

3
ROW-COM 2
1
X11 and X13 cannot be used at the same time.

X1 (To BACK-X6)
INRLY4
INRLY3

ROW-NO
ROW-NC
INRLY2
INRLY1
DOOR

48VP
48VP

48VP
X22 is multiplex with X11.
Caution X14 X17
Output relay 1,2 Output relay 7,8
The RJ45 Ethernet interface on the CSU can be used for the
When pulling out the SIU, move supervision network.
slowly to avoid disconnecting SIB

6
5
4
3
2
1

6
5
4
3
2
1
X21 (To EIB-X11
cables connected to the SIB. Refer to the section “Setting System & Battery Parameters” in the

RO2-COM

RO1-COM

RO8-COM

RO7-COM
RO2-NO

RO1-NO

RO8-NO

RO7-NO
RO2-NC

RO1-NC

RO8-NC

RO7-NC
ZXDU CSU500 (SV1.0) Centralized Supervision Unit Quick
Reference to verify if the current communication parameters meet
X15 X16 the requirements.

(TO EIB-X11)
Output relay 3,4 Output relay 5,6

6
5
4
3
2
1

6
5
4
3
2
1
X21

RO4-COM

RO3-COM

RO6-COM

RO5-COM
- + - + - + - + NC = Normally Closed

RO4-NO

RO3-NO

RO6-NO

RO5-NO
RO4-NC

RO3-NC

RO6-NC

RO5-NC
NO = Normally Open
Cell4 Cell3 Cell2 Cell1
Battery pack 3

1 Remove the paper


cover of each sensor. Input & Output Relays Battery Temperature Sampling Interfaces and
- + - + - + - + Environmental Detection Interfaces
Interface Description
Cell4 Cell3 Cell2 Cell1
X3 Input relay 1, 2 The four input relays can be customized by the user for alarm Interface Description
Battery pack 2
X4 Input relay 3, 4 input. X2 Flooding alarm Connects to the flood sensor
The default status of the input relays in the CSU is “Close”. X5 Door alarm Connects to the door sensor
- + - + - + - + X14 Output relay 1,2 1) The output relays 1 to 6 correspond to the software codes A1
X6 Battery 1 temperature Connects to the temperature sensor of battery pack 1
2 Firmly paste each sensor onto the Cell4 Cell3 Cell2 Cell1 X15 Output relay 3,4 to A6 in the CSU. Users can customize these output relays for
side of the left-most battery in each X7 Battery 2 temperature Connects to the temperature sensor of battery pack 2
Battery pack 1 alarm output.
battery pack. X16 Output relay 5,6
2) The output relay 7 is reserved to control the generator. X8 Battery 3 temperature Connects to the temperature sensor of battery pack 3
X17 Output relay 7,8 3) The output relay 8 is reserved to control the emergency X9 Battery 4 temperature Connects to the temperature sensor of battery pack 4
lighting. X10 Environmental temperature Connects to the environmental temperature sensor

Preparation: Clean the side of Interface Output Relay Code Interface Output Relay Code
the left-most batteries. A1
1 5 A5
X14 X16
2 A2 6 A6
3 A3 7 A7
X15 X17
4 A4 8 A8

NC and NO Contactors
Each output relay has two different contactors, Normally Open (NO) and Normally
Closed (NC). Pay attention to their designations when making cable connections.
Alarms and Corresponding Output Relays
Refer to the “Alarm List” in the ZXDU CSU500 (SV1.0) Centralized Supervision Unit
Quick Reference.
Record the actual output relays in the “Alarm List”.

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ZXDU68 S301 (V5.0R02M03) DC Power System

Performing Electrical Check Checking AC Input Voltage Checking Rectifiers One by One
Caution AC power distribution box Steps:
AC INPUT
N 1. Install rectifier 1 into the slot SMR 1.
Electrical check must be performed before system commissioning, to avoid 3P
AC output 2. Set the AC output circuit breaker (in the AC power distribution box) to ON
equipment damage caused by cable connection errors. circuit breaker ON L1 L2 L3
position.
PE N L1 L2 L3 3. Observe the rectifier indicators to ensure that the rectifier is operating properly.
4. Remove rectifier 1.
Checking for Short Circuit PE 5. Repeat the above steps to check the rectifiers (SMR 2 - SMR 6) and ensure that
the rectifiers are operating properly.

AC power distribution box AC INPUT Slot Configuration


N
3P
AC output SIU SMR1 SMR2 SMR3
circuit breaker L1 L2 L3 Example:
L1 L2 L3
Measure the phase voltage between L1 and N. CSU SMR4 SMR5 SMR6
PE N OFF (The figure is for reference only.)
Turn the knob to the AC
PE voltage scale.
Indicators Status Indication:
Steps A rectifier is operating properly if its power and
Power
1. Set the AC output circuit breaker (in the AC power distribution box) to ON position. Running running indicators are lit and its alarm and fault
2. Turn the knob of the multimeter to the AC voltage scale. Alarm indicators are not lit.
3. Measure the AC input line voltage: L1-N, L2-N, L3-N. Fault
4. Set the AC output circuit breaker (in the AC power distribution box) to OFF position.
Example:
AC Input Voltage Check: Relationship Between AC Input Voltage and Output Power
Check for short circuit between L1 and N.
(The figure is for reference only.) The line voltage should be within the range of 80 V to 300 V. The ZXD3000 rectifier controls its output power according to the input voltage.
Turn the knob to the
buzzer scale. Refer to the table “Relationship Between AC Input Voltage and Output AC Input Voltage Output Power
Power” on this page for further information.
≤ (85 ± 5) V 0%
Caution Maintenance Suggestion: (85 V ± 5 V) to 110 V 40% to 55%
Ensure that all power is removed prior to performing the check. Failure If the AC input line voltage is not within the range, the rectifiers cannot be 110 V to 176 V 55% to 100%
to comply can result in death, personal injury or damage to equipment. started. Start the generator for power supply. 176 V to (295 V ± 5 V) 100%
>295V ± 5 V 0%
Steps Output Power = Percentage of the Maximum Power
Checking Terminal Voltage of Battery Packs
1. Ensure that the AC output circuit breaker (in the AC power
distribution box) is set to OFF position.
2. Turn the knob of the multimeter to the buzzer scale to GND
check for short circuit. Connecting Batteries to the
BATT

Check Item Qualified System and Starting the CSU


AC input cables (L1/L2/L3/N/PE) YES □
YES □
Load cables (positive and negative)
Steps:
Red probe
1. Install the CSU.
Black probe
Short Circuit Check: 2. Set the corresponding battery input circuit breakers to
ON position.
An alarm sound given by the multimeter indicates Example:
that there is a short circuit! Measure the voltage of battery pack 1.
Maintenance Suggestion: Status Indication:
Turn off the battery After the CSU self-check and initialization, the LCD displays
Locate any short circuit and eliminate it before proceeding
circuit breakers! the main menu screen, meaning that the CSU is operating
to the next step.
properly.
Test Points
Turn the knob to the Red probe: BATT + (GND) Maintenance Suggestion
DC voltage scale.
Black probe: BATT – (battery circuit breakers) If the power indicator of the CSU is not lit (power-on failure),
check the positive and negative battery cables to ensure that
Steps: they are not reversed. If the fault persists, re-install the CSU.
Danger 1. Turn the knob of the digital multimeter to the DC voltage scale.
Real Msg
Positive and negative battery cables must be connected to the correct terminals. 2. Measure the terminal voltage of each battery pack.
Failure to comply can result in damage to equipment and even a battery Check items: BATT1-GND, BATT2-GND, BATT3-GND
explosion.
A negative measured value indicates that the positive and negative battery Battery Voltage Check:
cables are reversed. Re-connect the cables! The voltage of each battery pack should be a positive value and not lower than
43.2 V (the value is for reference only ).
Main Menu Screen

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ZXDU68 S301 (V5.0R02M03) DC Power System

Operating the CSU Normal Shutdown Manual Power Recovery


Perform the following operations in the CSU. For details, refer to the When the system is in the state of LLVD1 or BLVD
ZXDU CSU500 (SV1.0) Centralized Supervision Unit Quick Reference. Caution disconnection, if the CSU is ineffective despite that the
The system shutdown will cause power supply interruption to the connected AC recovers and the rectifiers output DC power, users
Steps: loads. Do not shut down the system without permission. Failure to comply can perform the following steps to manually connect the
can result in loss of traffic or damage to equipment. disconnected branch(es).
1. Set system and battery parameters.
When the system is used for the first time, the system and battery
Steps: LLVD1 ON BLVD ON
parameters must be set properly according to the actual configuration on Steps:
site. 1. To ensure that the system is free of loads, remove power from all loads
or switch the loads to another power supply system. 1. Press the LLVD1 ON button to connect the LLVD1 branch to the system.
2. (Optional) Set output relays and levels for alarms.
The LLVD1 loads are powered on.
2. Set the DC output circuit breakers to OFF position.
Users can set the output relay and level for each alarm and record the
2. Because the CSU is ineffective and cannot limit the output current of the
setting in the “Alarm List”. 3. Set the battery circuit breakers to OFF position.
rectifiers, to avoid high-current charging to the batteries, calculate the
3. (Optional) Set attributes for input relays. 4. Set the rectifier circuit breakers to OFF position. quantity of the rectifiers that need to operate according to the total load
Users can set the alarm name and alarm state for each input relay. The 5. Set the AC input circuit breakers to OFF position. power and the power required by the battery charging. Shut down the
default alarm state of each input relay is “Close”. excessive rectifiers according to the calculation result. (Note: Keep phase
6. Set the AC output circuit breaker (in the AC power distribution box) to balance.)
OFF position to remove power from the system.
3. Press the BLVD ON button to connect the battery branch to the system
and charge the batteries. Omit this step if the BLVD disconnection has
Starting the Rectifiers Emergency Shutdown not occurred.

Steps: Quantity of required = PB +PL


Caution +1
1. Install the rectifiers one by one. rectifiers Maximum output power of a single rectifier
The emergency shutdown should only be performed during an emergency.
2. Set device addresses for the rectifiers one by one. Failure to comply can result in loss of traffic or damage to equipment.
PB (power required by the battery charging) =
Refer to the section “Setting the Device Addr. of a Rectifier” in the ZXDU Nominal voltage of the battery pack × Rated battery charging current
CSU500 (SV1.0) Centralized Supervision Unit Quick Reference. For example, PB = 48 V × 0.15C10
Steps:
1. Set the AC input circuit breakers to OFF position to remove power from the PL (load power): Marked on the nameplate of the load
Device Addresses of the Rectifiers system. Maximum output power of a single rectifier: 3000 W
SIU SMR1 SMR2 SMR3
2. Set the battery circuit breakers to OFF position disconnect the battery packs.
Note:
CSU SMR4 SMR5 SMR6
If the CSU is operating properly, the CSU can accordingly disconnect the
SMR = Switching Mode Rectifier branch(es) that is (are) manually connected through the above steps.

Follow-Up Action:
When the CSU operates properly, activate the rectifiers that are shut down in
Connecting Loads to the System Restart Step 2.

Steps:
Caution
1. Ensure that power switches of the load equipment are set to OFF position. High current leakage exists during the system operation. The system must be
2. Set the LLVD1/BLVD circuit breakers connected to the load equipment to well grounded before power-on. Failure to comply can result in damage to
ON position. equipment or operation failure.
3. Use a multimeter to check DC power supply for one of the loads.
Prerequisites:
Red probe (+): Touching the +/GND connection terminal of the load
Prior to startup, ensure that the system has been properly installed and
Black probe (-): Touching the -48 V connection terminal of the load configured and all required tests has passed.
4. Verify that the multimeter indicates a value of 42 V to 58 V. Steps:
5. After the test has passed for all loads, set power switches of the load 1. Set the AC output circuit breaker (in the AC power distribution box) to
equipment to ON position. ON position to power the system.
2. Set the AC input circuit breakers to ON position.
3. Set the rectifier circuit breakers to ON position.
ON
DC Load 4. Wait for the rectifiers and CSU to start up automatically.
DC output circuit breaker
DC INPUT 5. Set the battery circuit breakers to ON position.
_ (LLVD1/BLVD)
Red probe + 6. Set the DC output circuit breakers to ON position to power the DC loads.
Test Criteria:
Positive value of 42 V to 58 V
Maintenance Suggestion:
If the measured value is negative, it
Black probe
indicates that the positive and negative
DC output cables are reversed and need
to be removed and connected to the
correct terminals.

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