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PMU

The power monitoring unit 11A (PMU 11A) provides the following functions: power system management, battery management, power monitoring, and alarm reporting.

Exterior

Figure 1 shows the exterior of a PMU 11A. Figure 1 Exterior of a PMU 11A

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Functions

The PMU 11A performs the following functions:

  • Communicates with the upper­level device through an RS485 serial port.

  • Manages the power system and charges and discharges storage batteries.

  • Reports alarms related to the door status, standby Boolean values, and battery temperature.

  • Monitors power distribution and reports alarms.

  • Communicates with the battery cabinet through an RS485 serial port.

Ports

Figure 2 shows the ports on the front panel of the PMU 11A. Figure 2 Ports on the front panel of the PMU 11A

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Table 1 describes the ports on the front panel of the PMU 11A.

Table 1 Ports on the front panel of the PMU 11A

No.

Silkscreen

Connector

Remarks

1

GATE

2­pin connector

Connects to a door status sensor

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  • 2 TEM_BAT

 

2­pin connector

Monitors the battery temperature sensor

  • 3 COM_IN

 

RJ45 connector

BBU communication port which is connected to the BBU or communicates with the upper­level monitoring board

  • 4 COM_OUT

 

RJ45 connector

Lower­level monitoring board

  • 5 COM_485

 

RJ45 connector

Connects to the monitoring board in the battery cabinet, and receives alarm signals from the battery cabinet.

Indicators

Table 2 describes the indicators on the PMU 11A.

Table 2 Indicators on the PMU 11A

Silkscreen

Color

Meaning

Status

Meaning

RUN

Green

Running indicator

Steady on

The PMU 11A is performing startup, self­check, loading, and activation.

Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s)

The PMU 11A is functional and communicating with the main control board in the BBU properly. (This status does not necessarily mean that the PMU 11A has been configured.)

Blinking (on for 0.125s and off for

The PMU 11A is functional but unable to communicate properly.

0.125s)

Steady off

The PMU 11A is faulty or there is no DC power supply.

ALM

Red

Alarm indicator

Steady on

Alarms are generated, and the module must be replaced.

Steady off

No alarm is generated.

Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s)

An alarm is generated and you need to locate the fault before determining whether to replace the PMU 11A.

DIP Switch

There is a DIP switch on the left panel of the PMU 11A. The DIP switch has eight bits, where the four least significant bits (1, 2, 3, and 4) define the monitoring address of the PMU 11A, and the four most significant bits (5, 6, 7, and 8) are not defined but reserved for future use.

ON is indicated by 1, and OFF is indicated by 0. The monitoring address of the PMU 11A is set to 3 by default before delivery, as shown in Figure 3.

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Figure 3 DIP switch on the left panel of the PMU 11A

NOTE:
NOTE:

When two PMU11As share the same RS485 bus in the case that two or more APM30Hs are configured in a base station, the monitoring address of the second PMU11A is set to 4.

Parent topic: AC/DC Power System

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