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HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

TP48300/A V100R001
Quick Installation Guide




Issue: 09
Part Number: 31504569
Date: 2011-07-28
1
Prepare the following tools before the installation:
Installing the Cabinet
1
Installing the Cabinet on the Rack of Storage Batteries
According to actual conditions, use one of the following modes to install the cabinet: installing the cabinet on the rack of
storage batteries, installing the cabinet on the ground, installing the cabinet on the 19-inch open rack, installing the cabinet
on the BTS cabinet. The cabinet must be installed at the place which no more than 3 m distance from the DC load.
Move the cabinet to the installation position on the rack of storage batteries. Align the expansion bolt holes on the base in the
front of the cabinet with the installation holes for the bolt holes on the rack of storage batteries.Fix the bolts into the holes and
fasten the bolts.
1
2
Install the rack-mounting ears to the cabinet.
Socket wrench Torque wrench
Insulating gloves
& ESD gloves
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12 drill bit
Flat-head screwdriver
(M3M4) Adjustable wrench
Key to cabinet
Percussion drill
Wire stripper Ratchet crimp tool Diagonal pliers Paint brush
Nylon tie
Multimeter
Insulating tape Marking pen Vacuum cleaner Hydraulic pliers Insulating handle Electric knife
Heat gun
Phillips screwdriver
(M3M4)
A-shaped ladder (2 m)
NOTE
Align the rst bolt hole on the base with
the bolt hole on the storage rack, and then
install other bolts in the proper holes.
M8 x 16 (4 pcs)
NOTE
The Flat-head screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver, Adjustable wrench, Torque wrench, and Inner hexagon wrench should be use insulating tape as a wrap.
2
Installing the Cabinet on the Ground
Determine the installation position of the cabinet, and then mark the positions of the holes to be drilled with a marking pen. 1
Unit: mm
Drill holes at the hole positions, feed expansion bolts into the holes, and then secure (hammer and then tighten) the
expansion bolts.
2
Install the rack-mounting ears to the cabinet. Place the cabinet on the expansion bolts, and then tighten the bolts. 3
Cabinet outline
316
450
Installation hole
4- 10
Unitmm
52-60
12
860 mm
(4pcs)
Nut
Spring washer
Flat washer
Expansion tube
Expansion
trough
Cone-head
bolt
Installation hole
Rack-mounting ears
3
Installing the Cabinet on the 19-inch Open Rack (IMU)
Fix the rack-mounting ears into the bolt holes at both sides of the cabinet. Ensure that the base of the rack-mounting ears
install direction faces the front of the cabinet
1
Determine the installation position of the cabinet on the 19-inch open rack, and then install the 6 oating nuts at the holes
for bolts. The recommended installation height of the cabinet is 1.5 m. The actual installation height of the cabinet must be
determined according to the stature of installation personnel and installation requirements.
2
Move the cabinet to the installation position of the 19-inch open rack, and then install the cabinet on the open rack.
3
CAUTION
A minimum of three persons are required for safe installation on the 19-inch open rack.
Otherwise, the cabinet may fall and cause injury.
Floating nut
3
Side of the cabinet
2
612 mm
(4pcs)
3
4
Installing the Cabinet on the BTS Cabinet
1
Install the conversion board on BTS cabinet. 2
Install the rack-mounting ears to the cabinet.
Align the expansion bolt holes on the base in the front of the cabinet with the installation holes for the bolt on the con-
version board.
3
Fix the bolts into the holes and fasten the bolts. 4
1
Rack-mounting ears
Operation side
2
1025 mm
(2pcs)
612 mm
(4pcs)
612mm
(4pcs)
Installing PSUOptional
2
The TP48300/A is congured with two PSUs by default. The rated output current of each PSU is 30A or 50 A. The number of
PSUs depends on actual capacity requirements for the TP48300/A .
5

Installing Sensor
3
Install indoor temperature and humidity sensor.
1
Indoor temperature and humidity sensor
6
0

m
m
M4 X 35
Expansion Bolt
Shelter
Indoor temperature
and humidity sensor
Main equipment
Install battery temperature sensor.
2
Connect to battery
Connect to TP48300/A
NOTE
Humidity and temperature sensor: Install it next to the air inlet of the main equipment and far from the air outlet. Install it at the same height of the air inlet of the
main equipment.
6

Installing the PGND Cables
4
Unlock and open the cabinet door, and then remove the cover plate of the cable window on the top of the cabinet. 1
Lead the PGND cables into the cabinet through the cable window, and then route the cables along the panels of the cabinet. 2
DC output positive wiring busbar
LLVD MCB
Monitoring module
Negative pole of the battery
BLVD MCB
AC input MCB
PSU
Ground busbar of the cabinet
AC surge protector
DC output positive wiring busbar
LLVD fuse
Monitoring module
Negative pole of the battery
BLVD MCB
AC input MCB
PSU
Ground busbar of the cabinet
AC surge protector
Cover plate
NOTE
Please installing the cabinet according to actual conditions: load power-off tributary using fuse, load power-off tributary using MCB.
The outputs of the TP48300/A can be customized. The picture is for reference only.
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Load power-off tributary using MCB
DC output positive wiring busbar
LLVD fuse
Monitoring module
Negative pole of the battery
BLVD MCB
AC input MCB
PSU
Ground busbar of the cabinet
AC surge protector
Cover plate
7
Connect the PGND cables to the ground busbar. 3
Bind the PGND cables. 4
4
4
3
3
The ground busbar
Use an insulating handle to remove battery fuses and load power-off fuses.
5
Use an insulating handle to remove battery fuses and set the load power-off MCB to
OFF .
CAUTION
The PGND cables, AC cables, DC cables, signal cables, and
communication cables must be bounded separately.
4
4
3
3
The ground busbar
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Load power-off tributary using MCB
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Load power-off tributary using MCB
8
Lead the dry contact signal cables and communication cables into the cabinet through the cable window, and then route the
cables along the panels of the cabinet.
1
According to the actual installation requirements, use a at-head screwdriver to prop up the white contact plates to have
the metal dome sheets in the ports spring up. Insert the dry contact signal cable into the dry contact points, and pull out the
screwdriver to fasten the signal cable.
2

Installing the Dry Contact Signal Cables
and Communication Cables (Optional)
5
NOTE
1. The use of the dry contact signal cables and communication cables is scenario-specic.According to actual requirements, determine the dry contact
signal cables and communication cables to be installed before installation.
2. Functions of dry contact points.
J13, J14, J4-J10 are nine dry contact sockets on the monitoring back plane. Status, Status1, Status2 are three circuits for the input of the detection signals
of the diesel generator. Ctrl1 and Ctrl2 are two circuits for the output of the control signals of the diesel generator. ALM1-ALM7 are seven circuits for the
output of the alarm signals of the diesel generator. Each circle represents the corresponding wiring terminal. The black circles are the common terminals
of the constant-enabled ports and constant-disabled ports on the relays.NC represents constant-disabled port and NO represents constant-enabled port.By
default, the output of the dry contact is set to OFF.
White contact plate
Dry contact point
1 2
Alarm Type Default Function Description
AC power-off alarm
DC input overvoltage and undervoltage
Power supply system fault alarm
Surge protector failure alarm
Fuse disconnection alarm
Battery protection
Standby dry contact output 1
Control for the diesel generator 1
Control for the diesel generator 2
Detection for the running
status of the diesel generator
Detection for the start/stop
control signals of diesel generator 1
Detection for the start/stop
control signals of diesel generator 2
AC input power-cut alarmport (AC Fail)
DC input undervoltage alarmport (DC Low)
Rectifier module fault alarmport (PSU Fail)
Surge protector alarmport (SPD Fail)
Fuse disconnection alarmport (Fuse Alarm)
Battery low-voltage isolation disconnection alarmport (Batt.LVD)
Reserved dry contact 1 (Reserve 1)
Port for starting and stopping the Generator 1
Port for detecting the running status of the diesel generator
Port for starting and stopping the Generator 2
Port for detecting the start.stop signals of diesel generator 1
Port for detecting the start.stop signals of diesel generator 2
ALM1
ALM2
ALM3
ALM4
ALM5
ALM6
ALM7
Ctrl1
Ctrl2
Status
Status1
Status2
1 2
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insert the signal cables of the temperature & humidity sensor and the battery temperature sensor. 3
Bind the dry contact signal cables and communication cables on the cable window separately, and then route all the
cables to the distribution frame.
5

Installing the DC Output Cables
6
Insert the 48 V DC output cable into the output port on the BLVD MCBs. 1
Loosen the bolt on the top of the load power-off fuse, connect the 48 V output cable to the bolt, use torque wrench to tighten
the bolt, force moment as 10 Nm.
2
Connect the 0 V output cable to the DC output positive wiring busbar. 3
Bind the DC output cables on the cable window. Ensure that the DC output cables are separated from other cables. 4
Load power-off tributary using fuse
DC output distribution can be customized.
Load power-off tributary using fuse
CAUTION
Do not connect the power system and the BBU with an Ethernet cable or RJ45 communication cable. If the customer requires in-band NMS
management of the power system, the NMS management requires setting of the storage battery capacity. For the details of NMS setting,
please see the NMS User Guide.
White contact plate
Dry contact point
1 2
Communication cable
RJ45
1 2
According to the actual installation requirements, Insert the temperature and humidity sensor signal cable and battery
temperature sensor signal cable.
4
Indoor temperature
and humidity sensor
Battery temperature sensor
10
Insert the 48 V DC output cable into the output port on the BLVD and LLVD MCBs . 1
Connect the 0 V output cable to the DC output positive wiring busbar. 2
Bind the DC output cables on the cable window. Ensure that the DC output cables are separated from other cables. 3
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Load power-off tributary using MCB
CAUTION
1. The force moment of tightening the bolt must less than 10 Nm.
2. The signal cables must be installed in the front of the 48 V cables.
1
2
3
1
2
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Loosen the bolt on the top of the base of the battery negative-pole access fuse, connect the 48 V input cables to the bolt,
and use torque wrench to tighten the bolt, force moment as 10 Nm.
2
Connect the positive-pole of the storage battery to the DC output positive wiring busbar. 1
Arrange the output cables, and then use a nylon bundling tape to bind the cables to the bundling tie at the rear of the cable
window.
3

Installing the Power Cables of the Storage Battery
7
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Loosen the bolt on the top of the base of the battery negative-pole access fuse, connect the 48 V input cables to the bolt,
and use torque wrench to tighten the bolt, force moment as 10 Nm.
2
Connect the positive-pole of the storage battery to the DC output positive wiring busbar. 1
Arrange the output cables, and then use a nylon bundling tape to bind the cables to the bundling tie at the rear of the cable
window.
3
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Load power-off tributary using MCB
Battery negative-pole
1 2
BF1- BF2-
Battery positive-pole
If the MCB for batteries is available, Set the MCB of the
battery rack or battery cabinet to OFF.
If the MCB for batteries is not available, disconnect one of the
cables between two batteries.
CAUTION
1. Ensure that the signal cables are installed in the front of the battery negative-pole input cable and that the BLVD MCBs is set to OFF.
2. When installing a fuse for the load storage batteries, ensure that the bare metal part of the screwdriver does not touch the positive bus and the fuse
wiring terminal, otherwise a short circuit may be caused.
3. The force moment of tightening the bolt must less than 10 Nm.
4. If only one group of batteries is connected ,it should be connected to BF1.
CAUTION
1. Ensure that the signal cables are installed in the front of the battery negative-pole input cable and that the BLVD MCBs is set to OFF.
2. When installing a fuse for the load storage batteries, ensure that the bare metal part of the screwdriver does not touch the positive bus and the
fuse wiring terminal, otherwise a short circuit may be caused.
3.The force moment of tightening the bolt must less than 10 Nm
4. If only one group of batteries is connected ,it should be connected to BF1.
Battery negative-pole
1
2
BF1 BF2
BF1- BF2-
Battery positive-pole
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The cabinet supports the single-phase and three-phase AC input cables, which must be installed in different ways.
Mode 1: To install the single-phase AC input cables, perform the following steps:
a) Connect the neutral cable to the N-terminal. b) Install the copper bar on the AC input MCB. c) Connect live cable to the
copper bar.
1
Mode 2: To install the three-phase AC input cables, perform the following steps:
a) Connect the neutral cable to the N-terminal.
b) Connect the U-phase, V-phase, and W-phase cables to the AC input MCB.
AC input MCB using 3-pole MCB
Input copper bar
Live cable
Neutral cable
N-terminal
Phillips screwdriver
a
c
b
Neutral cable
N-terminal
b
a
Phillips screwdriver

Installing the AC Input Cables
8
Install the plastic protection plate. 2
Bind the AC input cable to the nearest bundling tie. 3
2 3
Plastic protection plate

220V AC Input
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AC input MCB using 4-pole MCB
To install the three-phase AC input cables, perform the following steps: Connect the N-phase, U-phase, V-phase, and
W-phase cables to the AC input MCB.
U V W N
Phillips screwdriver
1
Install the plastic protection plate. 2
Bind the AC input cable to the nearest bundling tie. 3

110V AC Input
Plastic protection plate
L1 L2
b
c a
Phillips screwdriver
The cabinet supports the single-phase and three-phase AC input cables, which must be installed in different ways.
Mode 1: To install the single-phase AC input cables, perform the following steps:
a) Connect the L1, L2, cables to the AC input MCB.
b) Install the plastic protection plate.
c) Bind the AC input cable to the nearest bundling tie.
Mode 2: To install the three-phase AC input cables, perform the following steps:
a) Connect the L1, L2, and L3 cables to the AC input MCB.
b) Install the plastic protection plate.
c) Bind the AC input cable to the nearest bundling tie.
Plastic protection plate
L2 L3 L1
b
c a
Phillips screwdriver
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Cabling guide
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+
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
-
+
-
+
3
7
6
8
3
4
4
5
6
8
2
5
1
2
The power cable of the storage battery
DC output cable
PGND cable
AC input cable
Dry contact signal cable
1
2
3
4
5
Battery temperature sensor
6
Temperature and humidity sensor signal cable
7
Communication cable 8
The scenario with Cabling Rack
NOTE
The AC input cables and signal cables must be bound
and routed separately.
1
a
a
b
c
c
Cutaway view
Cable
Rack Rack Rack
Cable Cable Cable
b
1
7
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The scenario without Cabling Rack
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+
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+
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1
2
2
3
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3
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7
8
6
5
6 8
The power cable of the storage battery
DC output cable
PGND cable
AC input cable
Dry contact signal cable
1
2
3
4
5
Battery temperature sensor
6
Temperature and humidity sensor signal cable
7
Communication cable 8
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+
-
+
NOTE
The AC input cables and signal cables must be bound
and routed separately.
1
a
a
b
c
c
Cutaway view
b
1
7
Cable
Rack Rack Rack
Cable Cable Cable
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Power-on Testing
11
a
Connecting the Battery Branch and Setting PMU Parameters
Ensure that System type is set to TP48300/A. 1
Set temperature alarm parameters. 3
Set time and date. 4

Verifying the Installation
10
Ensure that the cabinet and cables are secure. 1
According to the connecting diagram, ensure that the cables are installed properly by sight or with a multimeter and that the
live cable, ground cable, and neutral cable are not short-circuited.Ensure that the 0 V cable and 48 V cable are not short-cir-
cuited.
2
Insert the removed battry fuses into the corresponding positions. 3
Battery negative-pole
1
2
BF1 BF2
BF1- BF2-
Battery positive-pole
BF1- BF2-
Connect the battery branch:
If the MCB for batteries is available, set the MCB for the
battery rack or battery cabinet to ON.
If the MCB for batteries is not available, connect the
cables Removed between two batteries.
Then set PMU parameters.
Set the number, capacity and Install time of battery groups. 2
NOTE
1. The position of the CPMU01 monitoring module, operating keyboard, and status indicator are shown in the following gure.
2. When the TP48300/A power system is working properly and communicate with the main equipment, the ALM indicator on the CPMU01 does not light and the
RUN ash slowly. When the TP48300/A power system is working properly and the TP48300/A power system does not communicate with the main equipment,
the ALM indicator on the CPMU01 does not work and the RUN indicator is ON.
When the TP48300/A power system has serious alarms, the ALM indicator on the CPMU01 is ON and the buzzer sounds. For details, see the TP48300/A power
system Maintenance Guide.
3. When the system is in standby mode, press "" and "Enter" at the same time to reduce the contrast of the LCD or press "" and "Enter" at the same time to
increase the contrast of the LCD.
4. Before setting the CPMU01 menu, press "" or "" to select options and congure values.Press "Enter" to enter the main menu when the system is standby. On
the main menu, press "Enter" to view the submenu, and save the conguration by pressing "Enter" on the submenu.Press Cancel to undo the operation and return
to the upper menu without saving the conguration.
5. The PMU does not generate any alarm. When the current interface is not the main menu, the LCD goes dark ve minutes later if you do not press any button,
and the main menu is displayed eight minutes later if you do not press any button.
6. On the System Control interface, you can access the system with the user password, or engineer password. On the Engineer Advanced Setting interface, you can
access the system with the engineer password. The user password and engineer password are 0# and 11# respectively and can be reset on the menu.
NOTE
The number of the battery group can be set as 0, 1 or 2. Please set the number of the battery group and capacity according to actual conguration. If you face to
the door, the fuse at the leftside is BF1- and the fuse at the rightside is BF2- .
1. If only one group of batteries is connected, please connect to BF1- , set the number of the battery group as 1, and set "battery capacity 1" according to actual
conguration.
2. If two groups of batteries are connected, please separately connect to BF1- and BF2- , set the number of the battery group as 2, and set "battery capacity 1",
"battery capacity 2" according to actual conguration.
3. If four groups of batteries are connected, two battery groups connect to BF1- and the other two battery groups connect to BF2- , set the number of the battery
group as 2, and set "battery capacity 1", "battery capacity 2" according to total actual capacity of every two battery groups.
4. This guide take two groups of 300Ah batteries as an example.
Load power-off tributary using fuse Load power-off tributary using MCB
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English

2001-01-01
53.6VDC 227VAC
Load:0.2A
Batt:0.0A
MAINMENU
Status
Maintenance
Settings
Settings
SystemSettings
AlarmSettings
ACSettings
ENT
ENT
ENT 0# ENT ENT 0# ENT ENT 0# ENT ENT 0# ENT
ENT
Address:0
Text:English
CommMode: RS232
Band:9600
Batt2 Shunt: Yes
Disp Contrast:3
SystemType:
TP48300/A
ENT
English

2001-01-01
53.6VDC 227VAC
Load:0.2A
Batt:0.0A
ENT
ENT
ENT
Batt Settings
Batt Selection
LVDSettings
Charge
ENT
ENT ENT
Batt Selection
Batt String:1
Cap 1:400Ah
Cap:0Ah
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
English

2001-01-01
53.6VDC 227VAC
Load:0.2A
Batt:0.0A
ENT
ENT
ENT
Batt Settings
Batt Test
Temp Coeff
ENT
Temp Comp Basis:
Batt 1
Temp Comp:
80mV/C
ENT
LowTemp Alarm:
0C
High Temp Alarm:
50C
ENT
English

2001-01-01
53.6VDC 227VAC
Load:0.2A
Batt:0.0A
ENT
ENT
ENT
ENT
Date:
2001-01-01
Time:
09:10
ENT
MAINMENU
Status
Maintenance
Settings
MAINMENU
Status
Maintenance
Settings
MAINMENU
Status
Maintenance
Settings
Settings
SystemSettings
AlarmSettings
ACSettings
Settings
DCSettings
Batt Settings
AMB. Settings
Settings
DCSettings
Batt Settings
AMB. Settings
Batt2 Shunt: Yes
Disp Contrast:3
SystemType:
TP48300/A
Batt Selection
Batt String:2
Cap 1:400Ah
Cap 2:30Ah
Batt Selection
Batt String:2
Cap 1:400Ah
Cap 2:30Ah
Batt Selection
Batt String:2
Cap 1:300Ah
Cap 2:30Ah
Batt Selection
Batt String:2
Cap 1:300Ah
Cap 2:30Ah
Batt Selection
Batt String:2
Cap 1:300Ah
Cap 2:300Ah
LowTemp Alarm:
0C
High Temp Alarm:
50C
Address:0
Text:English
CommMode: RS232
Band:9600
Date:
2001-01-01
Time:
09:10
ENT
Batt Selection
Install Date:
2001-01-01
1 2 3 4
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b
Power-on Check
CAUTION
Do not power on the DC load before the storage batteries parameter is correctly
set on the CPMU01 , otherwise, it will cause damage to storage batteries.
Check whether the voltage of the LLVD fuse or MCB, battery fuse, and BLVD MCB is proper using a multimeter. The rate
voltage is 53.5 V and the range is between 43.2 V and 57.6 V. Check whether the panel display of the PMU is functional. If
the voltage is improper or the panel display fails, contact professional personnel for troubleshooting or handle the problem
by referring to the TP48300/A Maintenance Guide.
1
Set the AC MCB to ON and repeat step 1. 2
ON
OFF
Set the LLVD MCBs to ON or insert the removed battery LLVD fuses into the corresponding positions, set the BLVD MCBs
to ON and repeat step 1.
3
ON
ON ON
OFF
OFF OFF
Set the AC input MCB, LLVD MCB, and BLVD MCB according to actual conditions. 4
Cut the cabling holes on the top of the cabinet according to the cabling conditions. Clear up the site, close and lock the cabinet
door, and return the key to the administrator.
5
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TP48300/A Power System Parameter List
Date Sign 2st Rev Date
Environment
High Alarm
0.1 0.05~0.25 Current Limit
Coefficient
56.5V 43.2V~57.6V Battery Boost
43.0V 35V~LLVD BLVD
44.0V BLVD~DC Under
Volt
LLVD
53.5V 43.2V~57.6V Battery Float
Sign 1st Rev Factory Setting Setting Bound Item
50C
50C
-50C~100C Battery High
Temp Alarm
Yes Yes/No BLVD Enable
Yes Yes/No LLVD Enable
No Yes/No Rect Sleep
00:00 00:00~23:59 Time
2001-01-01 0000-00-00~9999-
12-31
Date
0Ah 30~1000 Battery Cap2
400Ah 30~1000 Battery Cap1
1 0~2 Battery String
TP48300/A Parameter Settings
Date Sign 2st Rev Date Sign 1st Rev Default Value Value Range Parameter
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-50C~100C -
CAUTION
Please set the number of the battery group, battery capacity, battery temperature and environment temperature according to actual conguration.
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