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TP48300B & TP48600B V100R001

Maintenance Guide

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02 2012–11–02

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TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide

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About This Document ..................................................................................................................... 1 1 Safety Information .....................................................................................................................1-1 2 Maintenance Preparation..........................................................................................................2-1 3 Routine Maintenance ................................................................................................................3-1 4 Troubleshooting .........................................................................................................................4-1 5 Common Component Faults ....................................................................................................5-1 6 Replacing Main Components ..................................................................................................6-1

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................................... 4-9 Figure 4-9 AC detection cable connection (TP48300B on the left and TP48600B on the right) ..... 6-4 Figure 6-8 Installation position of AC detection board .................................................................................................................................................................. 4-2 Figure 4-2 Internal structure of the TP48300B ................ 5-2 Figure 6-1 Removing the old PSU ................ Ltd........................................................................................................................................ iii .................................................................................................. 4-8 Figure 4-7 PMU01 panel .......................................................................................................................... 4-9 Figure 4-8 Checking alarm information ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-3 Figure 6-6 Removing the fuse ..................................................... 4-3 Figure 4-3 Monitoring backplane ports ................................................ 6-1 Figure 6-3 Replacing the PMU........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Figures Figures Figure 1-1 Wearing an ESD wrist strap ........................................ 1-3 Figure 4-1 Internal structure of the TP48600B ....... 4-17 Figure 4-10 Load detection cable connection .................................................................................................................................................................. 6-2 Figure 6-4 Replacing the AC surge protector ................................................................................................ 4-4 Figure 4-4 DC surge protector ...................................................................................... 6-2 Figure 6-5 Installation position of the Power Monitoring Interface Board .................................................................................................. 4-17 Figure 5-1 DC contactor .... 6-4 Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.................... 6-3 Figure 6-7 Installing the fuse ................................................................................................ 4-6 Figure 4-5 AC detection board ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4-7 Figure 4-6 PSU Panel ..................................................................................... 6-1 Figure 6-2 Installing the new PSU ........

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............................ 4-10 Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co................................. Ltd.......................................................................................... 4-8 Table 4-5 Descriptions of the PMU01 panel ......................................... 4-10 Table 4-6 Common troubleshooting methods ....... 4-7 Table 4-4 Description of the PSU indicators ...............................................................TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Tables Tables Table 4-1 Description on ports of the monitoring backplane ...................................................................................................... v .... 4-4 Table 4-2 Description on ports of the DC surge protector .................................................................................... 4-6 Table 4-3 Description on ports of the AC detection board................................................................................................

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Port description is modified Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Product Name TP48600B TP48300B Version V100R001 V100R001 Intended Audience This document is intended for:   Technical engineers Maintenance engineers Change History Version 01 (2009-07-25) 02 (2010-04-21) 03 (2012-11-02) Change History Initial release.. Secondly release. This guide is applicable to the TP48300B and TP48600B power systems. 1 . Ltd. Version The following table lists the product version corresponding to this document.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide About This Document About This Document Overview This guide describes the routine maintenance items and common troubleshooting methods.

3 Routine Maintenance This chapter describes the routine maintenance tasks of the power system. Symbol Description Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk that. fuse. 6 Replacing Main Components This chapter describes how to replace main components. will result in death or serious injury. if not avoided. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that. could result in minor or moderate injury. and monitoring backplane. Conventions Symbol Conventions The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows. contactor. circuit breaker. could cause equipment damage. Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk which. and performance degradation. if not avoided.. data loss. 2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. if not avoided. Ltd. 2 Maintenance Preparation Before performing the maintenance. 5 Common Component Faults This chapter describes the fault detection and handling methods of the components of the power system. Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text. you need to familiarize yourself with the conditions of the site and arrange for maintenance tools. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time.About This Document TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Organization 1 Safety Information This chapter describes the safety precautions for the maintenance of the power system. 4 Troubleshooting This chapter describes the troubleshooting of the power system. The components include the PSU. or unexpected results.

you should carefully read the instructions and precautions in this document to prevent accidents. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. be familiar with correct operating methods and safety precautions. Local Regulations and Standards Comply with local safety regulations during the operations. the personnel in charge of installation and maintenance must be trained. Grounding Requirements This is only applied to the equipment for which the grounding is required. 1-1 . The safety precautions listed in this document does not cover the general safety precautions.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 1 Safety Information 1 Safety Precautions Safety Information This chapter describes the safety precautions for the maintenance of the power system. and operate the equipment provided by Huawei. production. Safety precautions described in this document are additional information and supplement local safety regulations. and have associated working qualifications. You must comply with local safety regulations. Caution. This section describes the safety precautions to be taken when you install. and use. maintain. They only provide the general safety precautions for operations. Ltd. stick to the precautions and safety instructions.. The Danger. When operating on Huawei products and equipment. Huawei is not liable for any accident owing to a violation of the general safety precautions and the safety regulations of design. Safety precautions described in this document are supplements to local safety regulations. and Note items in this document do not cover all the safety precautions that must be followed.  The device (or system) must be connected permanently to the protection ground before an operation. Before performing any operation. The personnel in charge of installation and maintenance must be trained and be familiar with correct operating methods and safety precautions. The cross sectional area of protective ground conductor shall be at least. Thus.

and ESD wrist strap. wear ESD working garments. After installation. If the area which nearby power connector of the equipment is marked "leakage current". follow the local safety regulations and rules. If the cabinet is damp or wet. check the electrical connection of the equipment to ensure that the equipment is securely grounded. When installing or operate the AC power supply facilities.1 Safety Information    TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Never damage the grounding conductor. The equipment should be grounded permanently. such as a wall or an installation rack. ESD gloves. Never enter the building on fire in any case. never connect the safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuit to the telecommunication network voltage (TNV) circuit. Turn on the fire alarm bell or make an emergency call. Personnel Safety    Never operate equipment or cables in the case of a thunderstorm. When installing a panel. When the system is running. Electrical Safety  High Voltage   High-voltage power provides electricity for the equipment. Ground the equipment before powering on it. Improper high-voltage operations may result in accidents such as fire and electric shock. Remove conductive objects such as jewelry and watches to avoid electric shocks or burns. remove the packing materials in the equipment area. In case of a fire. − − − − − The operations on high voltage and AC power supply facilities can be performed only by qualified personnel. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) .. shut down the power supply immediately. ensure that water is kept off the device. use special tools instead of common tools. When perform operations in a damp environment. follow the local safety regulations and rules.  Equipment Safety     Before the operation. you must connect the grounding terminal of the equipment shell to the earth  Leakage Current − − 1-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. never block the air vent. use tools to tighten the screws. Never operate the equipment when the grounding conductor is not installed. ensure that the equipment is fixed on the floor or other solid objects. evacuate from the building or the equipment area. When installing the AC cable. To avoid electric shocks. Before operating equipment. When operating the high voltage and AC power supply facilities. A direct contact with the high-voltage power or indirect contact through damp objects may cause death. Ltd. Before operating equipment.

The static electromagnetic field will not disappear unless being discharged. wear a grounded ESD wrist strap. Before connecting a power cable. Ltd. circuit boards. when a fuse blows. friction between shoes and the ground. and application specific integrated circuits (ASICs). Switch off the power supply before installing or removing the power cables. ensure that labels of the power cable comply with the requirements of the actual installation. The ESD wrist strap can prevent the sensitive components from being damaged by the static electricity in the human body. Before contacting the device. Figure 1-1 Wearing an ESD wrist strap Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 1 Safety Information before feeding AC input power to the equipment to avoid electric shocks caused by current leakage. Contact between a power cable and a conductor may cause electric sparks or arcs.. thereby causing fire or eye injury. − Figure 1-1 shows how to wear an ESD wrist strap. clothes friction. and holding plastic in hand.  Power Cable − − − Do not install or remove live power wires. such as the large-scale integrated circuit (LSC). 1-3 . plug boards.  Fuse −  Electrostatic Discharge The static electricity generated by the human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the circuit board. To ensure that the system runs safely. − The human body generates a static electromagnetic field in the following situations: movement of body. replace it with a fuse of the same type and specifications.

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M6) Socket wrench Torque wrench Used for fastening bolts Adjustable wrench Hex key (M5) Crimping tool Used for fastening bolts Used for fastening bolts Used for making wiring terminals Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2-1 .. Picture Function Used for checking the electrical connections and electrical parameters Used for connecting cables and fastening screws Used for connecting cables and fastening screws Used for fastening bolts Phillips screwdriver (M3. M6) Flat-head screwdriver (M3. Before performing maintenance. Ltd. you need to familiarize yourself with the conditions of sites and the drawings and installation procedures of the power system. you need to familiarize yourself with the conditions of the site and arrange for maintenance tools.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 2 Maintenance Preparation 2 Getting Familiar with the Site Arranging for Tools Tool Multimeter Maintenance Preparation Before performing the maintenance.

Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . and painting Used for removing rust Sand paper Paint Used for preventing rust 2-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. Ltd.2 Maintenance Preparation TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Tool Diagonal pliers Picture Function Used for cutting cables Wire stripper Used for strip cables Black PVC insulation tape Used for insulation Insulated handle Used for installing and uninstalling fuses Brush Used for cleaning shells and panels.

Check Method Multimeter Handling Condition The voltage of the battery shutdown branch or load shutdown branch exceeds the configured range. see Troubleshootin g. Perform regular inspection of the power system at six-month intervals and solve the faults in time. The surface of the cabinet is damage or deformed. Fault inspection Appearance Indicator The paint and electroplated coating on the surface of the cabinet are intact.. 3-1 . Ltd.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 3 Routine Maintenance 3 Routine Maintenance Maintenance Item Maintenance Task Check Item Voltage output Electricity Routine Maintenance This chapter describes the routine maintenance tasks of the power system. Handling Method For the handling method. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Alarms are generated. Visual inspection Visual inspection Repaint or repair the cabinet.

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4-1 . Ltd. Figure 4-1 shows internal structure of the power system.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 4 Troubleshooting 4 Troubleshooting This chapter describes the troubleshooting of the power system. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

Issue 02 (2012–11–02) .4 Troubleshooting TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Figure 4-1 Internal structure of the TP48600B (1) Load shutdown fuse (LLVD fuse) (5) Rectifier module (PSU) (9) Battery fuse (2) BLVD MCB (6) N-type wiring terminal (10) Positive busbar of the DC output (14) LLVD switch (3) Copper transfer bar (7) Grounding busbar of the cabinet (11) Power Monitoring Interface Board (under the cover plate) (15) LLVD MCB (4) PMU (8) AC input MCB (12) AC surge protector (13) BLVD switch 4-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. Ltd.

Classify the faults (for example. 2. and monitoring faults). Record the state of the indicators on module panels and monitor all fault information of the modules. 4. 3. 4-3 .TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 4 Troubleshooting Figure 4-2 Internal structure of the TP48300B (1) Load shutdown fuse (LLVD fuse) (5) Rectifier module (PSU) (9) Battery fuse (2) BLVD MCB (6) N-type wiring terminal (10) Positive busbar of the DC output (14) LLVD switch (3) Copper transfer bar (7) Grounding busbar of the cabinet (11) Power Monitoring Interface Board (under the cover plate) (4) PMU (8) AC input MCB (12) AC surge protector (13) BLVD switch Common Fault Handling Procedure 1. Query the fault information by entering each monitoring module. Observe the fault indictors of each module and conduct initial fault location according to the indicators. module. AC.. Ltd. battery. DC. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

If faults persist.. The monitoring backplane is a transfer board that implements the signal transmission between the PMU and the main equipment. Introduction to the Monitoring Backplane NOTE All ports in this manual are protected by a security mechanism. 8. 9. Record the handling procedure and the data obtained in the handling process.4 Troubleshooting TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 5. Fill in the handling results. repeat the above mentioned procedure. Confirm that all faults are cleared by querying information once again. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . Analyze fault causes according to fault types by referring to maintenance examples or maintenance tables. 6. Ltd. 10. Figure 4-3 shows the ports on the monitoring backplane PW31PMib VER. Figure 4-3 Monitoring backplane ports Table 4-1 Description on ports of the monitoring backplane Port DC_SPD AC_SPD JTD1 JTD2 TEM_HUM VTEM2 VBTEM1 VBTEM2 J19 SIM1 SIM2 Description Fault alarm port for DC surge protector Fault alarm port for AC surge protector Standby input port 1 for Boolean value Standby input port 2 for Boolean value Port for humidity/temperature sensors Port for temperature sensor Port 1 for the temperature sensor of storage batteries Port 2 for the temperature sensor of storage batteries Port for controlling the powering on and powering off of batteries and loads Port 1 for voltage-type analog (0 V to 64 V) Port 2 for voltage-type analog (0 V to 64 V) 4-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and between the PMU and the sensors. Troubleshoot the faults.F.C BP. 7.

4-5 . Ltd.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 4 Troubleshooting Port WIRE SIM4 Authentication Center (AC) J18 J3 FUS1 FUS2 LAMP J15 BATF LOADF J16 J17 J1 J2 DB9 J11 J12 Description Port for Voltage-type analog (0 V to 64 V) to monitor the status of the DDF Port 4 for voltage-type analog (0 V to 5 V) AC detection port Port for connecting the negative poles of the batteries and the busbar Port for monitoring busbar voltage Port 1 for monitoring the disconnection of the battery fuse Port 2 for monitoring the disconnection of the battery fuse Port for cabinet lamp Port for monitoring the battery current Port for monitoring the fuse of the primary load shutdown Port for monitoring the fuse of the secondary load shutdown The RS485 port: the communication port between the PMU and the PSU The RS485 port: the communication port between the PMU and the PSU Backplane connector connected to the PMU signal port Backplane connector connected to the PMU power port MODEM communication port Port RS232/RS422: communication port between the PMU and the main equipment Commissioning port Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

Ltd. connected to DC_SPD on the monitoring backplane AC Detection Board AC detection board detects the AC input voltage 4-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.4 Troubleshooting TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Introduction to the DC surge protector Figure 4-4 DC surge protector Table 4-2 Description on ports of the DC surge protector Port J1 J2 J3 J4 Description Port for connecting -48 V power supply Port for connecting the positive busbar of the DC output Port connecting to the ground Fault alarm port of the DC surge protector.. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) .

Ltd. Figure 4-6 shows the panel. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. connected to the AC port on the monitoring backplane Port for detecting the AC input. 4-7 . similar to J1 — Introduction to the PSU PSU is a component that implements conversion from AC to DC..TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 4 Troubleshooting Figure 4-5 AC detection board Table 4-3 Description on ports of the AC detection board Port J1 1 2 3 4 J2 J3 BAT Description Connected to phase N — — Connected to phase L1 Port for reporting the AC voltage.

the fault indicator is not on if the unavailable power output is caused by mains supply fault which may be no AC input.) The module is in sleep mode power-off. Troubleshooting according to the alarm information.4 Troubleshooting TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Figure 4-6 PSU Panel (1) Power indicator (2) Protection indicator (3) Fault indicator Table 4-4 Description of the PSU indicators Indicat or Indic ator Color Green Norm al Statu s On Abno rmal Statu s Off Exception Cause Power indicato r Protecti on indicato r The mains supply is faulty (no AC input. For detailed information about the PMU menu. However. The procedures for checking the alarm information and for troubleshooting are shown in Figure 4-8 and Table 4-6 respectively. AC input overvoltage. or AC input undervoltage). overtemperature power-off. (Overtemperature power-off occurs when environment temperature exceeds 65° C. Table 4-5 lists the descriptions of the indicators and keys on the panel. fan faults. (Only the protection indicator is on and the module does not report any alarm. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . or AC input undervoltage.) Yello w Off On Fault indicato r Red Off On The module has no power output due to output overvoltage power-off. or the rectifier module has no power output. see the corresponding Quick Installation Guide. Figure 4-7 shows the panel of the PMU. AC input overvoltage. Faults and Troubleshooting Methods When critical faults occur in the power system. There are preliminary temperature alarms. Ltd.. 4-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the red ALM indicator is on and alarms are generated on the PMU. or the internal exceptions of the module.

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RUN indicator blinks slowly when the PMU communicates with the main equipment. If the AC input is the mains supply. Press Enter to enter the main menu when the PMU is standby. ↓ or ↑ Enter Cancel NOTE  After entering the menu. correctly connect the cable. the ALM indicator is on and the buzzer sounds. replace the cable. ALM red indicator When critical alarms are generated in the power system. On the main menu. and save the configuration by pressing Enter on the submenu. Before setting the PMU01 menu. If yes. Check whether the AC input voltage is excessively low using a multimeter.4 Troubleshooting TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Table 4-5 Descriptions of the PMU01 panel Indicator/Key RUN green indicator Description The power system is working properly. 2. check the DG by referring to the Diesel Generator User Manual. the LCD light of the PMU01 goes dark five minutes later if you do not press the button. If not. the PMU goes back to standby monitoring mode if you do not press the button. The RUN indicator is on when the PMU does not communicate with the main equipment. If yes. replace the cable. If the AC input is from the DG. Check whether the AC input cable is correctly and securely connected. 3.  When the PMU is in standby mode. Press Cancel to cancel the operation and exit to the upper-level menu without saving the configuration. you can press ↓ and Enter to reduce the contrast and press ↑ and Enter to increase the contrast. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . If the insulation layer is aged. contact the mains supplier for troubleshooting. and eight minutes later. AC input cable fault Main supply fault or diesel generator (also called DG) fault 4-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. check whether faults such as short-circuit or electric leakage exist on the AC input loop. and check whether the AC undervoltage (lower than 60 V AC) alarm is generated. The power system is working properly. press Enter to enter the submenu. Ltd.. Table 4-6 Common troubleshooting methods Fault AC phase loss Fault Analysis   Handling Method 1. press ↓ or ↑ to select options and set values.

If the AC input is from the D.G. correctly connect the cable. AC input cable fault Main supply fault or DG fault AC overvoltage and undervoltage  Improper setting of PMU AC undervoltage or overvoltage threshold Main supply fault or DG fault Improper setting of PMU DC undervoltage or overvoltage threshold Main supply fault or DG fault 1. 1. check whether the D. If the AC input is the mains supply. You need to replace the module. 2. switch to other power supply. If not. 3. set the parameters properly. turn on the switches one by one. Figure 4-9 shows the correct connection position of the AC detection cable. 4-11 . check whether faults such as short-circuit or open circuit exist on the AC input loop. Check whether the AC input is available. check whether the AC detection cable is securely connected. Check whether the battery short-circuited or other faults. If not. If the AC input is from the DG. Then. If the system generates the overvoltage alarm when you turn on the switch of one module. If the power-off duration is long.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 4 Troubleshooting Fault AC power off Fault Analysis   Handling Method 1.. If the AC input loop is proper. If the thresholds are not proper. 1. 5. replace faulty batteries. If the threshold is excessively high or low. 2. Check whether batteries are faulty. Check whether PMU charging parameters are set according to actual conditions. Turn off the AC input switches of all the rectifier modules when the storage batteries supply power properly.G. If batteries are faulty. lower or raise the threshold according to the actual conditions. is faulty by referring to the Diesel Generator User Manual. If the AC detection cable is proper. If not. Check the alarm thresholds of the DC overvoltage and undervoltage. If the AC input is available. If the power-off duration is short. Check whether the AC undervoltage alarm threshold is properly set. contact the mains supplier for troubleshooting. replace the AC detection board. you can infer that this module is overvoltaged. Ltd. 2. loop is  DC overvoltage and undervoltage   Charging overcurrent  Improper setting of PMU charging parameters Load loop or battery loop fault  3. supply DC power with batteries. reset the thresholds according to the actual conditions.. 4. check the DG by referring to the Diesel Generator User Manual. Check whether the AC input cable is correctly and securely connected. contact the mains supplier for troubleshooting. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2.

4. Measure the voltage at the fuse ends using the multimeter. set it according to the actual situation. Check whether the LLVD switch is set to OFF. turn on the MCB. Then. lower the load power. replace the fuse. Ltd. the battery shutdown   4.4 Troubleshooting TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Fault Load shutdown Fault Analysis  Handling Method 1. Check whether the load detection cable is securely connected. If it is set excessively high. If yes. Replace the cables or connectors if they are faulty. Check whether the contactor is faulty and whether it can be connected or disconnected. replace it. 5. add a rectifier module and set the PSU number in PMU. Checking method: Check the position of the handle on the MCB. 3. If the MCB is turned off. the fuse is proper. Figure 4-10 shows the installation position of the detection cable. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . set it to ON. If the contactor is faulty. If the cable is not connected securely. Check whether permission is set. Check whether the battery cables or the connectors are faulty. set the corresponding MCB of the added rectifier module to ON. 2. Check whether the contactor is faulty and whether it can be connected or disconnected. If yes. Check whether the mains supply is off or the voltage of batteries is lower than the Battery Shutdown Voltage. If the load power exceeds the maximum supported power of the system. 5. 6.. 4-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. connect it correctly. Check whether the load MCB is turned off or the fuse protection is disconnected. 3. 2. If yes. Check whether the BLVD is set to OFF. Otherwise. Check whether the load shutdown voltage from PMU is set excessively high. If the contactor is faulty. Check whether the load power is higher than the configured rectifier module power. Load fuse fault or MCB OFF LLVD switch OFF Contactor fault Excessively high setting of PMU load shutdown voltage Output undervoltage due to greater load power than configured rectifier module power     Battery shutdown  Improper setting of PMU battery parameters BLVD switch OFF Contactor fault 1. If the voltage is close to 0 V. set it to ON. replace it.

2. replace the temperature sensor. If the floor is seepy. connect the signal cable again or replace the signal cable. 2. Ltd. Check whether the sensor signal cable is securely connected to the Power Monitoring Interface Board. set the thresholds accordingly. 3. 3. replace faulty batteries.   Ambient temperature sensor failure Battery sensor failure   Poor contact Temperature sensor fault Power Monitoring Interface Board fault  Ambient overhumidity or underhumidit y alarm  Improper setting of PMU humidity alarm parameters Overhumidity or underhumidity in the shelter with the humidity sensor Humidity sensor fault 1. check whether the humidity sensor is faulty. Check whether the floor of the shelter is seepy. 3. Replace the cables or connectors if they are faulty. check whether the temperature sensor is faulty. dry the floor using dry cotton cloth or other dehumidifiers.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 4 Troubleshooting Fault Battery loop failure Fault Analysis    Handling Method 1. replace the Power Monitoring Interface Board. Battery loop fault Contactor fault Battery fault Ambient overtemperat ure or undertempera ture alarm threshold  Improper setting of PMU temperature alarm parameters Overtemperature or undertemperature in the shelter with the temperature sensor Temperature sensor fault 1. 1. 3. Check whether PMU temperature alarm thresholds are set according to local conditions. If the alarm persists when the humidity is proper. 2. If not. If the alarm persists after the temperature sensor is replaced. If the connection is not secure. If batteries are faulty. Check whether PMU humidity alarm thresholds are set according to local conditions. Check whether the temperature control device in the shelter is faulty.. The alarm is automatically cleared when the temperature in the shelter is adjusted to the proper range. If the contactor is faulty. repair it. 2.   Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 4-13 . If the temperature control device is faulty. If the cable is not faulty. If not. Check whether the contactor is faulty and whether it can be connected or disconnected. If the alarm persists when the temperature is proper. Check whether cables of the battery loop or connectors are faulty. set the thresholds accordingly. Check whether batteries are faulty. replace it.

3. 2.4 Troubleshooting TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Fault Humidity sensor failure Fault Analysis   Handling Method 1. If the preceding steps do not work. 2. If the connection is not secure. 3. If the charging current is still excessively strong. adjust the current suppression to reduce the charging current. Check whether the floor of the shelter is seepy. Check whether the sensor signal cable is securely connected to the Power Monitoring Interface Board.. If yes. If the cable is not faulty. If the alarm persists after the cabinet door is closed. The alarm is cleared after the cabinet door is closed. Ltd. replace the Power Monitoring Interface Board. If the alarm persists after the humidity sensor is replaced. 2. check whether the door status sensor is faulty. If the water sensor is not faulty. replace the humidity sensor. Poor contact Humidity sensor fault Power Monitoring Interface Board fault  Battery overtemperat ure or undertempera ture alarm  Battery cabin overtemperature Improper setting of PMU battery temperature alarm parameters Battery charging overcurrent Temperature sensor fault  1. the alarm can be cleared when the temperature is lowered.   Door control alarm  Opened cabinet door Door status sensor fault  Water immersion alarm  Shelter water accumulation Water sensor fault  1. set the thresholds accordingly. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . Check the charging current. 3. Check whether PMU battery temperature alarm thresholds are properly set. If the alarm persists after the water accumulation is removed. replace the Power Monitoring Interface Board. 2. 1. If the current is excessively strong. If not. If the door status sensor is not faulty. 3. If the floor is seepy. Check whether the temperature in the battery room is excessively high. switch equalized charging to floating charging and check whether the charging current is weakened. replace the faulty battery. dry the floor using dry cotton cloth or other dehumidifiers. connect the signal cable again or replace the signal cable. 4-14 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. replace the Power Monitoring Interface Board. check whether the water sensor is faulty.

extinguish the fire and ventilate the shelter.    Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 4 Troubleshooting  Smoke alarm Smoke in the shelter Smoke sensor fault  1. Check whether the rectifier module is in position or whether it is in poor contact. insert it correctly. restart the rectifier module. replace the Power Monitoring Interface Board. Check whether the smoke exists in the shelter caused by fire. 2. 4. Module shutdown Module protection  Input overvoltage or undervoltage of the rectifier module Rectifier module fault  1. For the power supply network with long-time overvoltage or undervoltage. 2. If yes. check whether the smoke sensor is faulty. 3. Failure of communicati on between rectifier module and PMU  Signal cable connection fault of the rectifier module Rectifier module out of position Poor contact of the rectifier module Rectifier module fault Power Monitoring Interface Board fault  1. remove and then insert it. you can infer that the rectifier module is faulty. If it is in poor contact. If the alarm persists. replace the rectifier module. Replace the rectifier module. 3. replace the Power Monitoring Interface Board. negotiate with the maintenance personnel of the electricity department to improve the power supply network. If the alarm is not cleared after the rectifier module is replaced. Ltd. If the connection is proper. If the alarm persists. replace the rectifier module. If the water sensor is not faulty. Module fault  Poor contact of the rectifier module Rectifier module fault  1.. 2. 2. check whether the rectifier module is proper. Disconnect AC input to the rectifier module and restart the rectifier module later on. If the alarm persists when the input voltage of the rectifier module is proper. If the rectifier module is inserted in an incorrect position. 4-15 . If there is fire. If the alarm persists when there is no smoke. If it is faulty. Check whether the communication cables between the rectifier module and the Power Monitoring Interface Board is correctly and securely connected. Check whether the ALM indicator (red) on the panel of the rectifier module blinks. replace it. Check whether the mains voltage is over the AC overvoltage protect point (300 V) of the rectifier module or below the AC undervoltage protect point (85 V).

check whether the new fuse is damaged. replace the surge protector. Replace the PMU.. If the new fuse is damaged or the MCB is automatically set to OFF after you set it to ON. Replace the DC surge protector. If the alarm persists when the MCB is set to ON. 3. The alarm is cleared after the DG is shut down. replace the Power Monitoring Interface Board. If the new fuse is not damaged. 4-16 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Check whether the DG is faulty by referring to the User Guide delivered with the DG. AC surge protector fault  AC surge protector fault Power Monitoring Interface Board fault  1. you can infer that the alarm loop is faulty. connect the signal cable correctly. 3. replace the Power Monitoring Interface Board. If not. If the voltage is close to 0 V. check whether the load branch is overloaded or short-circuited. If yes. Replace the PMU. If the color of the window is red. 2. 2. 2. the fuse is proper. Otherwise. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . DC surge protector fault  DC surge protector fault 1. Checking method: Measure the voltage at both ends of the fuse by using a multimeter.4 Troubleshooting TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide DG fault  DG signal cable fault Improper setting of the PMU DG fault  1. If the alarm persists after the PMU is replaced. 4. Check whether the load MCB is set to OFF. 2. the fuse is damaged. Check whether the load fuse is damaged. You need to replace the fuse. Check whether the start permission of the DG in the PMU is set to NO and whether the diesel generator is started manually. Check whether the signal cable of the DG is correctly and securely connected. Check the observation window on the AC surge protector. If the alarm persists after the PMU is replaced.  Disconnectio n of the load fuse   Fuse fault Load MCB OFF 1. set it to ON. check the load fuse. You need to check and rectify the load loop fault. Ltd. If the permission is set to NO and the DG is started manually. Replace the PMU. If the color is not red. this is normal. If the alarm persists after replacing the fuse. you can infer that the alarm loop is faulty.

the active alarms in the PMU is automatically cleared and saved in history alarm information. Otherwise. this operation may cause human injury..TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 4 Troubleshooting  Because the NMS management requires setting of the storage battery capacity. Take anti-static measures when replacing the Power Monitoring Interface Board. you need to set parameters again. If you rectify the corresponding faults. The PMU and rectifier module are hot-swappable. For details. The battery and load shutdown branch fuses are called load fuses for short. Disconnect the corresponding fuse loop before replacing a fuse. Ltd. 4-17 . see the Quick Installation Guide.       Figure 4-9 AC detection cable connection (TP48300B on the left and TP48600B on the right) Figure 4-10 Load detection cable connection Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. do not connect the system power module and the BBU with an Ethernet cable or RJ45 communication cable unless the customer requires in-band NMS management of the system power module. After the PMU is replaced. For example. wear ESD gloves.

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Checking method of the varistor: If the exterior of the varistor is burnt or not intact.. it indicates that the fuse is damaged. If the gas discharge tube is damaged. check whether the input and output poles of the contactor are proper by using the multimeter. If the window turns red. circuit breaker. Check whether the circuit breaker switch is between ON and OFF. the contactor of the TP48300/A is an always-off-type contactor as shown in Figure 5-1. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. switch the circuit breaker to OFF and then to ON to clear the fault. fuse. Replace the damaged surge protector. contactor.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 5 Common Component Faults 5 Varistor Gas Discharge Tube Common Component Faults This chapter describes the fault detection and handling methods of the components of the power system. 5-1 Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . If the window or indicator remains green. The normal resistance is infinite. If the voltages at the two ends are not the same. Check the resistance at both ends of the gas discharge tube. If this method does not work. DC Contactor Checking method of the DC contactor:  When there is no voltage at the control poles of the contactor. you can infer that the varistor is damaged. the resistance is small. Fuse Check whether the voltages at the input end and the output end of the fuse are the same. Circuit Breaker Checking method of the circuit breaker: The circuit breaker fault is usually caused by overcurrent or short circuit. you can infer that the circuit breaker is damaged. For example. it indicates that the surge protector is damaged. Ltd. The components include the PSU. it indicates that the surge protector works normally. Surge Protector Watch the observation window of the surge protector. and monitoring backplane. If yes.

The PMU generates an alarm when the system runs normally (false alarm).  5-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and current control of the PSU when the communication cable of the PSU is correctly connected and communication is established between the PSU and the PMU. when one of the following occurs: breakdown.  PMU The common PMU faults are as follows:       The PMU is faulty. float charge. check whether the input and output poles of the contactor are proper by using the multimeter.  When there is voltage at the control poles of the contactor. startup failure. Communication disruption occurs when the PMU monitors the subordinate equipment. The output of the rectifier is normal. Figure 5-1 DC contactor PSU The PSU is faulty when one of the following occurs:  The RUN indicator of the PSU is on but the ALM indicator is off when there is no communication between the PSU and the PMU and the input AC voltage is around 220 V. Ltd. The PMU fails to monitor and control AC distribution and DC distribution when AC distribution and DC distribution are normal and communication cables are correctly connected. it indicates that the contactor is faulty. The PMU fails to control and monitor all the modules when these modules work normally and communication cables are correctly connected. When there is voltage at control poles 1 and 2 but measuring shows that the input and output poles 3 and 4 are connected. The PMU does not generate an alarm when a fault occurs in the system. for example. For example.5 Common Component Faults TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 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. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . the contactor of the TP48300/A is an always-off-type contactor as shown in Figure 5-1. The PMU can perform equalized charge.. LCD display failure. it indicates that the contactor is faulty. PMU parameter setting fails and operation information cannot be checked through the PMU. and keyboard operation failure.

If F1 is disconnected. remove the connector from port J3 and measure the voltage between pin 1 and pin 4 of the connector. Remove the cover plate of the power subrack and the protection board of the AC detection board using a screwdriver. If F3 is disconnected. DC Surge Protector The DC surge protector WD22DLPB is taken as an example to show the procedure of checking a DC surge protector. 3. it indicates that the input cable of the J3 is faulty. If the voltage between the two pins is not the same as the busbar voltage. A PW31PMib becomes faulty because of lightning or short-circuit in most cases. remove the cable connected to port J2 and wrap the connector with ESD tape. then the measured AAC small signal should be about 280 mV. If F2 is disconnected. set the multimeter to the AC mode and measure the A-phase AC input at port J1 (pin 1 and pin 4) of the board. and then remove the DC surge protector.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 5 Common Component Faults AC Detection Board The AC detection board PW31ACDA is taken as an example to the procedure of checking an AC detection board. check whether varistors RV3 and RV4 are short-circuited. If the busbar voltage is improper. First. 1. Calculate according to the formula: AAC small signal = AAC input x 510/400 K. clear the busbar voltage fault. It indicates that the varistors are damaged if they are short-circuited. 4. check whether varistors RV5 and RV6 are short-circuited. Set the AC circuit breaker to OFF to disconnect the battery loop. Check the varistors after replacing the damaged ones. 2. If the busbar voltage is proper. 1. (The DC surge protector can be removed from the cabinet to facilitate the process of measuring. The main functions of the PW31PMib are surge protection and signal transfer. Unscrew the screws on the DC surge protector using a Phillips screwdriver. Check whether the busbar voltage input is proper. check whether varistors RV1 and RV2 are short-circuited. it indicates that the DC surge protector is faulty. and F3 are disconnected. Check whether the protection tubes F1. Remove the rear plate of the cabinet and find the DC surge protector. Monitoring Backplane The monitoring backplane PW31PMib is taken as an example to show the procedure of checking a monitoring backplane. 2. If the AC signal is incorrect. and then measure the small AC signal sent to the monitoring backplane at port J2 (pin 1 and pin 5 from the right). Set the multimeter to the diode mode and measure the two pins of port J4 to check whether there is short-circuit. The removal procedure is as follows: Attach labels to the cables connected to the DC surge protector and then remove the cables. Ensure that all connectors on the board are correctly and securely installed. Check a faulty PW31PMib from the following aspects:  A.. First. Ltd. F2. it indicates that the AC detection board is damaged. Reinstall the DC surge protector when the faults are cleared. if the voltage between the two pins is the same as the busbar voltage. 5-3 . If there is short-circuit. For example. Second. check whether the busbar voltage is proper.) Further locate the fault if repair of the DC surge protector is needed. connect the connector to J3 and then remove the CPMU01 to check whether Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. if the measured AAC input at port J1 is 220 V.

and then remove the backplane. Checking method: connect a metal wire to one pin in the middle and another metal wire to one pin at the side of port J2. Check whether all the diodes on the backplane are proper: Remove the CPMU01 and then remove the backplane. Set the multimeter to the diode mode and check whether the RT1. Exchange the probes and measure again. Ltd. and D55 to D62. Ensure that the two wires do not touch each other or touch the cabinet shell. it indicates that the diode is broken down. If the RT1. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . Check whether the copper sheet of the PCB is burnt at both sides of the backplane or whether there are bulges inside the PCB. Check whether the varistors and the gas discharge tubes on the backplane are proper: Remove the CPMU01 and then remove the backplane. RT2. D43 to D51.. 5-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. remove the CPMU01. If the multimeter emits a beep at each measurement. or RT4 is disconnected. RT3. D36. Set the multimeter to the diode mode and check whether there is short-circuit of each diode on the backplane. Checking method: measure the polarities of a diode with the red and the black probes of the multimeter.  D. and then measure the voltage between the two wires.  C. If there is no voltage output at port J2. RT2. RT3. See the related description in this chapter for the checking methods. it indicates that the PTC is damaged. or RT4 is disconnected.5 Common Component Faults TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide there is voltage output at power supply port J2 of the backplane. Check whether all the PTCs on the backplane are proper: Remove the CPMU01 and then remove the backplane. The diodes that require special attention are D6. D22 to D 29.  B. D33.

and then remove the PSU from the plug-in frame. 6-1 . 5. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Unscrew the screws on the PMU panel using a phillips screwdriver. as shown in Figure 6-1. Pull the handle of the PSU outwards. 3. Replacing Main Components This chapter describes how to replace main components. Ltd. Then. Replacing the Rectifier Module ( also called PSU or Power Supply Unit) Unscrew the screws on the PSU panel using a flat-head screwdriver. Tighten the screws on the handle. unscrew the screws on the handle and pull out the handle.. as shown in Figure 6-2. Then. 3. 2. Insert the PSU to the corresponding slot in the plug-in frame. 4. 2. lock the handle.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 6 Replacing Main Components 6 1. Pull the PMU outwards. Insert the new PMU. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 6-1 Removing the old PSU Figure 6-2 Installing the new PSU Replacing the PMU 1. Slide the PSU into the plug-in frame slowly along the guide rails.

Therefore. 2. Attach labels to the cables connected to the Power Monitoring Interface Board. When disconnecting the dry contact signal cable. you can see it only when you remove the cover plate of the plug-in frame. 5. Insert the new surge protector. Remove the cover plate of the plug-in frame using a screw driver. 2. Remove the faulty surge protector.. 1. and then remove the cables. as shown in Figure 6-5. Figure 6-4 Replacing the AC surge protector Replacing the Power Monitoring Interface Board The Power Monitoring Interface Board is at the rear of the monitoring module. 3. Remove the monitoring module. Ltd. Set the parameters of the new PMU. 6-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. press the contact plate slightly using a flat-head screwdriver and unplug the signal cable.6 Replacing Main Components TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 4. Figure 6-3 Replacing the PMU Replacing the AC surge protector 1. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . Tighten the screws on the handle.

5. Install the new Power Monitoring Interface Board.TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide 6 Replacing Main Components 4. and then remove the Power Monitoring Interface Board. 7. 6. Figure 6-5 Installation position of the Power Monitoring Interface Board Replacing the Fuse 1. 2. Ltd. 3. 6-3 . Install the new fuse. Insert the monitoring in previous mode and tighten the screws. as shown in Figure 6-7. Remove the damaged fuse using a fuse extraction tool. 4. Install the cover plate of the plug-in frame and tighten the screws. 8. Connect the cables to the Power Monitoring Interface Board in previous mode. Connect the fuse loop. Figure 6-6 Removing the fuse Issue 02 (2012–11–02) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. as shown in Figure 6-6. Disconnect the fuse loop. Unscrew the screws on the Power Monitoring Interface Board using a Phillips screwdriver.

3. Therefore. Set the AC input MCB to OFF. Issue 02 (2012–11–02) . 7. Attach labels to the cables connected to the AC detection board and then remove the cables. Ltd. you can see it only when you remove the cover plate of the plug-in frame and the protection board of the AC detection board. 6. 5. 4. and then remove the AC detection board. as shown in Figure 6-8. Install the protection board and cover plate. Remove the cover plate of the plug-in frame and the protection board using a screwdriver. 1. and then tighten the screws. Connect the cables to the AC detection board in previous mode.. Figure 6-8 Installation position of AC detection board 6-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Unscrew the screws on the AC detection board using a Phillips screwdriver. Install and fix the new AC detection board.6 Replacing Main Components TP48300B & TP48600B Maintenance Guide Figure 6-7 Installing the fuse Replacing the AC Detection Board The AC detection board is next to the monitoring module. 2.