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TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5

V300R001

Quick Installation Guide

Issue

05

Date

2013-11-25

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 V300R001 Quick Installation Guide Issue 05 Date 2013-11-25 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
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About This Document

About This Document

Purpose

This document describes how to install and commission the power system. The figures of this document are for reference only.

Intended Audience

This document is intended for:

  • Installation and commissioning engineers

  • Technical support engineers

Symbol Conventions

The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Symbol

Description

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss,

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss, performance deterioration, or unanticipated results.

NOTICE is used to address practices not related to personal injury.

Calls attention to important information, best practices and tips.

Calls attention to important information, best practices and tips.

NOTE is used to address information not related to personal injury, equipment damage, and environment deterioration.

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About This Document

Change History

Changes between document issues are cumulative. The latest document issue contains all the changes made in earlier issues.

Issue 05 (2013-11-25)

Updated section 1 "Safety", section 2 "Installation Preparations", section 3 "Components", section 6 "Installing Cables", section 7 "Verifying the Installation", section 8 "Commissioning", and appendix A "Associations between Alarms and Dry Contacts".

Added appendix B "Acronyms and Abbreviations".

Issue 04 (2013-01-09)

Set battery fuse break alarm "Enable/Disable" status is added.

Issue 03 (2012-11-24)

This issue is the third official release, which incorporates the following changes:

The paper size changes from A3 to A4.

Issue 02 (2012-08-24)

This issue is the second official release, which incorporates the following changes:

Chapter 7 Installing Cables

The description for wires and phases is modified, and the method for monitoring the battery middle point voltage is added.

Chapter 9 System Commissioning

The method for associating dry contacts with alarms is added, and power-on and commissioning procedures are modified.

Issue 01 (2012-06-20)

This issue is the first official release.

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Contents

Contents

About This Document

 

ii

1

Safety

1

1.1

Health and Safety ..........................................................................................................................................................

1

1.1.1

Overview

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1

1.1.2

Electrical Safety

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3

1.1.3

Inflammable Environment

4

1.1.4

Battery

4

1.1.5

Working at Heights

6

1.1.6

Mechanical Safety

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8

1.1.7

Bundling Signal Cables

9

 

1.2

Equipment Safety

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9

1.2.1

Electricity Safety

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9

1.2.2

Electrostatic Discharge

9

1.2.3

Laying Out Cables

10

1.2.4

Rectifier

10

2

Installation Preparations

11

 

2.1

Required Tools

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11

2.2

Product Specifications

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12

2.3

Installation Space Requirements

12

2.4

Requirements for Cable Routing

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12

2.5

Rules of removing the Roodent-proof mesh

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13

2.6

Requirements for Routing Cables Through the IP21 Top Cover

14

3

Components

15

3.1

Interior of the Cabinet

15

3.2

Rectifier

18

3.3

SMU02B

19

3.4

UIM02C ......................................................................................................................................................................

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3.5

Battery Switch

25

4

Installing the Cabinet

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4.1

Unpacking and Acceptance .........................................................................................................................................

26

4.2

Installing the Cabinet on a Concrete Floor

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  • 4.2.1 Marking the Installation Holes of Cabinet Based on the Marking-off Plate

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  • 4.2.2 Drilling Holes and Installing Expansion Tubes

 

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  • 4.2.3 Securing a Cabinet

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28

  • 4.2.4 Installing the IP21 Top Cover

 

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4.3

Installing the Cabinet on an ESD Floor

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  • 4.3.1 Marking the Installation Holes of Cabinet Based on the Marking-off Plate

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  • 4.3.2 Drilling Holes and Installing Expansion Tubes

 

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  • 4.3.3 Assembling a Support

32

  • 4.3.4 Installing Supports ...................................................................................................................................................

34

  • 4.3.5 Securing a Cabinet

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  • 4.3.6 Installing the IP21 Top Cover

 

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5

Installing

39

5.1

Installing a Rectifier

39

6

Installing Cables

41

6.1

Installing a PGND Cable

41

6.2

(Optional) Installing Dry Contact Signal Cables

42

6.3

Installing the Communications Cables

43

6.3.1

WebUI Management

43

6.3.2

NetEco

43

6.3.3

Third-Party NMS Management (over SNMP)

45

6.4

Installing Power Cables

46

6.4.1

Installing DC Output Power Cables .........................................................................................................................

46

6.4.2

(Optional) Installing Batteries and Cables

48

6.4.3

Installing the AC Input Power Cable

51

6.5

Installing the IP21 Top Cover

53

7

Verifying the Installation

54

7.1

Checking Hardware Installation

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54

7.2

Checking Electrical Connections

54

7.3

Checking

Cable Installation

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8

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8.1

Connecting the AC

55

8.2

Setting Monitoring Parameters

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55

  • 8.2.1 Setting Monitoring Parameters (for SMU V200R002C01 and Later Versions)

55

  • 8.2.2 Setting Monitoring Parameters (for SMU V300R002C02 and Later Versions)

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8.3

Connecting the Battery Supply

68

A Associations between Alarms and Dry Contacts

69

B Acronyms and Abbreviations

 

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Safety

1.1 Health and Safety

1.1.1 Overview

Introduction

This section describes the safety precautions you must take before installing or maintaining Huawei equipment.

  • To ensure safety of humans and the equipment, pay attention to the safety symbols on the equipment and all the safety instructions in this document.

  • The "NOTICE", "CAUTION", "WARNING", and "DANGER" statements in this document do not represent all the safety instructions. They are only supplements to the safety instructions.

  • Installation and maintenance personnel must understand basic safety precautions to avoid hazards.

  • When operating Huawei equipment, in addition to following the general precautions in this document, follow the specific safety instructions given by Huawei.

  • Only trained and qualified personnel are allowed to install, operate, and maintain Huawei equipment.

Local Safety Regulations

When operating Huawei equipment, you must follow the local laws and regulations. The safety instructions in this document are only supplements to the local laws and regulations.

General Requirements

To minimize risk of personal injury and damage to equipment, read and follow all the precautions in this document before performing any installation or maintenance.

Ensure that the instructions provided in this document are followed completely. This section also provides guidelines for selecting the measuring and testing devices.

Installation

  • The device (or system) must be installed in an access-controlled location.

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  • The device can be mounted only on concrete or non-combustible surfaces.

  • The device must be fixed securely on the floor or to other immovable objects such as walls and mounting racks before operation.

  • When installing the unit, always make the ground connection first and disconnect it at the end.

  • Do not block the ventilation while the device is operating. Keep a minimum distance of 5 cm between the device and the wall or other objects that may block the ventilation.

  • Tighten the thumbscrews by using a tool after initial installation and subsequent access to the panel.

Ground

  • Do not damage the ground conductor or operate the device in the absence of a properly installed ground conductor. Conduct the electrical inspection carefully.

  • The device (or system) must be connected permanently to the protection ground before an operation. The cross-sectional area of the protective ground conductor must be at least 10 mm .

2

Power Supply

  • For AC-supplied models: The device applies to TN, TT, or IT power system.

  • For DC-supplied models: Reinforced insulation or double insulation must be provided to isolate the DC source from the AC mains supply.

  • For DC-supplied model: The device applies to DC power source that complies with the Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) requirements in IEC 60950-1 based safety standards.

  • Prepared conductors are connected to the terminal block, and only the appropriate AWG/Type of wire is secured with the lug terminals.

Human Safety

  • Do not operate the device or cables during lightning strikes.

  • Remove the AC power connector when there is lightning. Do not use fixed terminals or touch terminals or antenna connectors when there is lightning.

  • To avoid electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telecommunication network voltage (TNV) circuits.

  • Move or lift the chassis by holding its lower edge. Do not hold the handles on certain modules such as power supply, fans, and boards because they cannot support the weight of the device.

  • At least two persons are required to lift the chassis. When lifting it, keep your back straight and move stably.

  • Do not wear jewelry or watches when you operate the device.

Operator

  • Only qualified professional personnel are allowed to install, configure, operate, and disassemble the device.

  • Only the personnel authenticated or authorized by Huawei are allowed to replace or change the device of the parts of the device (including the software).

  • Any fault or error that might cause safety problems must be reported immediately to a supervisor.

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  • Only qualified personnel are allowed to remove or disable the safety facilities and to troubleshoot and maintain the device.

1.1.2 Electrical Safety

High Voltage

 
High Voltage The high voltage power supply provides power for the device operation. Direct or indirect

The high voltage power supply provides power for the device operation. Direct or indirect contact (through damp objects) with high voltage and AC mains supply may result in serious injuries.

  • During the installation of the AC power supply facility, follow the local safety regulations. The personnel who install the AC facility must be qualified to perform high voltage and AC operations.

  • Do not wear conductive articles, such as watches, hand chains, bracelets, and rings during the operation.

  • When water is found in the rack or the rack is damp, switch off the power supply immediately.

  • When the operation is performed in a damp environment, make sure that the device is dry.

High Voltage The high voltage power supply provides power for the device operation. Direct or indirect

Non-standard and improper high voltage operations may result in fire and electric shock. Therefore, you must abide by the local rules and regulations when bridging and wiring AC cables. Only qualified personnel are allowed to perform high voltage and AC operations.

 
 
High Voltage The high voltage power supply provides power for the device operation. Direct or indirect

Before powering on a device, ground the device. Otherwise, personal injury or device damage may be caused by high leakage current.

Tools

 
High Voltage The high voltage power supply provides power for the device operation. Direct or indirect

Dedicated tools must be used during high voltage and AC operations. Avoid using ordinary tools.

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High Electrical Leakage

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety High Electrical Leakage Ground the device before powering

Ground the device before powering it on. Otherwise, personal injury or device damage may be caused by high leakage current.

If the "high electrical leakage" tag is present on the power terminal of the device, you must ground the device before powering it on.

  • 1.1.3 Inflammable Environment

Operating the electrical device in an inflammable environment can be fatal.

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety High Electrical Leakage Ground the device before powering

Do not place the device in an environment that has inflammable and explosive air or gas. Do not perform any operation in this environment.

  • 1.1.4 Battery

Storage Battery

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety High Electrical Leakage Ground the device before powering

Before operating storage batteries, carefully read the safety precautions for battery handling and connection.

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety High Electrical Leakage Ground the device before powering

Improper handling of storage batteries causes hazards.

When operating storage batteries, avoid short circuit and overflow or leakage of the electrolyte. Electrolyte overflow may damage the device. It will corrode metal parts and circuit boards, and ultimately damage the device and cause short circuit of circuit boards.

Basic Precautions

Before installing and maintaining the battery, note the following:

  • Do not wear metal articles such as wristwatch, hand chain, bracelet, and ring.

  • Use special insulated tools.

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  • Take care to protect your eyes when operating the device.

  • Wear rubber gloves and a protective coat in case of electrolyte overflow.

  • When handling a storage battery, ensure that its electrodes are upward. Leaning or reversing the storage battery is prohibited.

Short Circuit

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety  Take care to protect your eyes when

Battery short circuit may cause human injuries. Although the voltage of ordinary batteries is low, the instantaneous high current caused by the short circuit releases a great deal of energy.

There is danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Therefore, replace the battery only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety  Take care to protect your eyes when

Keep away metal objects, which may cause battery short circuit, from batteries. If metal objects must be used, first disconnect the batteries in use before performing any other operations.

Hazardous Gas

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety  Take care to protect your eyes when
  • Do not use unsealed lead acid storage batteries. Lead acid storage batteries must be placed horizontally and stably to prevent the batteries from releasing flammable gas, which may cause fire or erode the device.

  • Lead acid storage batteries in use emit flammable gas. Therefore, ventilation and fireproofing measures must be taken at the sites where lead acid storage batteries are used.

Battery Temperature

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety  Take care to protect your eyes when

If a battery overheats, the battery may be deformed or damaged, and the electrolyte may overflow.

When the temperature of the battery is higher than 60°C, check the battery for electrolyte overflow. If the electrolyte overflows, absorb and counteract the electrolyte immediately.

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Battery Leakage

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety Battery Leakage If the electrolyte overflows, absorb and

If the electrolyte overflows, absorb and counteract the electrolyte immediately.

When moving or handling a battery whose electrolyte leaks, note that the leaking electrolyte may hurt human bodies. When you find the electrolyte leaks, use the following substances to counteract and absorb the leaking electrolyte:

  • Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda): NaHCO 3

  • Sodium carbonate (soda): Na 2 CO 3

Select a substance to counteract and absorb the leaking electrolyte according to the instructions of the battery manufacturer.

1.1.5 Working at Heights

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety Battery Leakage If the electrolyte overflows, absorb and

Avoid object falling when you work at heights.

When working at heights, fulfill the following requirements:

  • Only trained personnel can work at heights.

  • Prevent the devices and tools that you carry from falling down.

  • Take safety and protection measures, for example, wear a helm and safety belt.

  • Wear warm clothes when working at heights in a cold region.

  • Before working at heights, check that all the lifting facilities are in good condition.

Hoisting Heavy Objects

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety Battery Leakage If the electrolyte overflows, absorb and

Do not walk below the cantilever or hoisted objects when heavy objects are being hoisted.

  • Only trained and qualified personnel can perform hoisting operations.

  • Before hoisting heavy objects, check that the hoisting tools are complete and in good condition.

  • Before hoisting heavy objects, ensure that the hoisting tools are fixed to a secure object or wall with good weight capacity.

  • Issue orders with short and explicit words to avoid misoperations.

  • Ensure that the angle formed by two cables is not larger than 90 degrees. See Figure 1-1.

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Figure 1-1 Hoisting heavy objects

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety Figure 1-1 Hoisting heavy objects Using Ladders Checking

Using Ladders Checking a Ladder

  • Before using a ladder, check whether the ladder is damaged. Only the ladder in good condition can be used.

  • Before using a ladder, you should know the maximum weight capacity of the ladder. Avoid overweighting the ladder.

Placing a Ladder

The recommended gradient of ladders is 75 degrees. You can measure the gradient of the ladder with a right angle or your arms. When using a ladder, ensure that the wider feet of the ladder are downward, or take protection measures for the ladder feet to prevent the ladder from sliding. Ensure that the ladder is placed securely.

Climbing Up a Ladder

When climbing up a ladder, note the following:

  • Ensure that the center of gravity of your body does not deviate from the edges of the two long sides.

  • To minimize the risk of falling, hold your balance on the ladder before any operation.

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  • Do not climb higher than the fourth rung of the ladder (counted from up to down).

  • If you want to climb up a roof, ensure that the ladder top is at least one meter higher than the roof.

1.1.6 Mechanical Safety

Drilling Holes

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety  Do not climb higher than the fourth

Do not drill the cabinet at will. Drilling holes without complying with the requirements affects the electromagnetic shielding performance of the cabinet and damages the cables inside the cabinet. In addition, if the scraps caused by drilling enter the cabinet, the printed circuit boards (PCBs) may be short circuited.

  • Before you drill a hole in the cabinet, wear insulated gloves and remove the internal cables from the cabinet.

  • Wear an eye protector when drilling holes. This is to prevent your eyes from being injured by the splashing metal scraps.

  • Ensure that the scraps caused by drilling do not enter the cabinet.

  • Drilling holes without complying with the requirements affects the electromagnetic shielding performance of the cabinet.

  • After drilling, clean the metal scraps immediately.

Sharp Objects

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety  Do not climb higher than the fourth

Before you hold or carry a device, wear protective gloves to avoid getting injured by sharp edges of the device.

Handling Fans

When handling fans, note the following:

  • When replacing a component, place the component, screws, and tools in a safe place. Otherwise, if any of them fall into the operating fans, the fans may be damaged.

  • When replacing a component near fans, do not insert your fingers or boards into the operating fans until the fans are switched off and stops running.

Lifting Heavy Objects

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TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety When heavy objects are being lifted, do not

When heavy objects are being lifted, do not stand or walk under the cantilever or the lifted object.

  • 1.1.7 Bundling Signal Cables

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety When heavy objects are being lifted, do not
  • Do not bundle signal cables with high current cables or high voltage cables.

  • Maintain a minimum space of 150 mm between adjacent ties.

1.2 Equipment Safety

  • 1.2.1 Electricity Safety

High Electrical Leakage

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety When heavy objects are being lifted, do not

If the "high electrical leakage" tag is present on the power terminal of the device, you must ground the device before powering it on.

  • 1.2.2 Electrostatic Discharge

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 1 Safety When heavy objects are being lifted, do not

The static electricity generated by human bodies may damage the electrostatic-sensitive components on boards, for example, the large-scale integrated (LSI) circuits.

Human body movement, friction between human bodies and clothes, friction between shoes and floors, or handling of plastic articles causes static electromagnetic fields on human bodies. These static electromagnetic fields cannot be eliminated until the static is discharged.

To prevent electrostatic-sensitive components from being damaged by the static on human bodies, you must wear a well-grounded electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap when touching the device or handling boards or application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs).

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  • 1.2.3 Laying Out Cables

When the temperature is very low, violent strike or vibration may damage the cable sheathing. To ensure safety, comply with the following requirements:

  • Cables can be laid or installed only when the temperature is higher than 0°C.

  • Before laying out cables which have been stored in a temperature lower than 0°C, move the cables to an environment of the ambient temperature and store them at the ambient temperature for at least 24 hours.

  • Handle cables with caution, especially at a low temperature. Do not drop the cables directly from the vehicle.

  • 1.2.4 Rectifier

    • When a rectifier is running, the temperature around the air exhaust vent at the rear is high. Do not touch the vent or cover the vent with cables or other objects.

    • To prevent electric shocks, do not put your hands into rectifier slots.

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  • 2 Installation Preparations

2.1 Required Tools

Figure 2-1 lists the tools that are required for the installation.

Figure 2-1 Installation tools

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  • 2.2 Product Specifications

Table 2-1 Product specifications

Category

Specifications

Dimensions (H x W x D)

2000 mm x 600 mm x 600 mm

Weight

≤ 120 kg (without rectifiers or batteries)

  • 2.3 Installation Space Requirements

Figure 2-2 shows the installation space requirements.

Figure 2-2 Installation space requirements

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  • 2.4 Requirements for Cable Routing

    • The bending semidiameter of power cables and ground cables should be greater than or equal to three times the diameter of the power cables and ground cables respectively.

    • The bending semidiameter of signal cables should be greater than or equal to five times the diameter of the signal cables.

    • Cables of the same type should be bound together. Cables of different types should keep a minimum distance of 30 mm from each other to avoid tangles.

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  • Cables that are bound together should be close to each other, neat, and free of damage.

  • The protection ground cables must not be bound to or tangled with the signal cables. An appropriate distance should be left between them to minimize interruption.

  • AC power cables, DC power cables, signal cables, and communications cables must be bound separately.

  • Power cables must be routed straightly. No joint or weld can be found in a power cable. In case of insufficient cable length, use a longer cable.

2.5 Rules of removing the Roodent-proof mesh

Select any of the following ways to route cables based on the cable bundle cross-sectional area:

  • If the total cross-sectional area of a cable bundle is less than the area of a rodent-proof mesh, cut a hole in the mesh or reduce the mesh size for cable routing.

  • If the total cross-sectional area of all bundles of cables is greater than or equal to the area of a rodent-proof mesh, remove the mesh for cable routing.

  • If the total cross-sectional area of all bundles of cables is greater than the total area of all rodent-proof meshes, remove the top cover for cable routing.

Figure 2-3 The position of the rodent-proof mesh

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 2 Installation Preparations  Cables that are bound together should

(1) Rodent-proof mesh

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2.6 Requirements for Routing Cables Through the IP21 Top Cover

Bind the cables to the cable tray above the IP21 top cover, as shown in Figure 2-4.

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 2 Installation Preparations 2.6 Requirements for Routing Cables Through the

Place the lowest point of the cables outside the cabinet to avoid rain dropping into the cabinet.

Figure 2-4 Requirements for routing cables through the IP21 top cover

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 2 Installation Preparations 2.6 Requirements for Routing Cables Through the

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Components

3.1 Interior of the Cabinet

Figure 3-1 Interior of the TP48200B-N20A5

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TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 3 Components (4) Space for rectifiers (10) Alternating current (AC)

(1) Battery switch

(4) Space for rectifiers (7) RTN+ busbar

(10) Alternating current (AC) input circuit breakers

(2) Battery circuit breakers (5) Space for batteries (8) DC output circuit breakers (11) User interface module (UIM)

(3) Site monitoring unit (SMU)

(6) Battery rack (9) Ground bar

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Figure 3-2 Interior of the TP48200B-L20A5

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 3 Components Figure 3-2 Interior of the TP48200B-L20A5 (4) Space

(1) Battery switch

(4) Space for rectifiers (7) RTN+ busbar

(10) Alternating current (AC) input circuit breakers

(2) Battery circuit breakers (5) Space for batteries (8) DC output circuit breakers (11) User interface module (UIM)

(3) Site monitoring unit (SMU)

(6) Battery rack (9) Ground bar

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3.2 Rectifier

Appearance Figure 3-3 shows a rectifier. Figure 3-3 Rectifier Panel
Appearance
Figure 3-3 shows a rectifier.
Figure 3-3 Rectifier
Panel

The rectifier has a Run indicator, an Alarm indicator, and a Fault indicator on its front panel. Figure 3-4 shows the rectifier panel.

Figure 3-4 Rectifier panel

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 3 Components 3.2 Rectifier Appearance Figure 3-3 shows a rectifier.

(1) Run indicator

(2) Alarm indicator

(3) Fault indicator

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Indicator Description

Table 3-1 Indicator description

Indicator

Color

Status

Description

Run

Green

Steady on

The rectifier provides output properly.

indicator

Off

The rectifier provides no output.

Alarm

Yellow

Off

No alarm is generated.

indicator

Steady on

The rectifier generates an alarm for power limiting due to ambient overtemperature.

The rectifier generates an alarm for shutdown due to ambient overtemperature or undertemperature.

The rectifier protects against AC input overvoltage or undervoltage.

The rectifier is hibernating.

Fault

Red

Off

The rectifier is running properly.

indicator

Steady on

The rectifier locks out due to output overvoltage.

The rectifier has no output due to an internal fault.

Blinking at 4 Hz

The rectifier is loading an application program.

3.3 SMU02B

Appearance

Figure 3-5 shows an SMU02B.

Figure 3-5 SMU02B appearance

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Panel Figure 3-6 shows an SMU02B panel. Figure 3-6 SMU02B panel (1) Run indicator (4) Button
Panel
Figure 3-6 shows an SMU02B panel.
Figure 3-6 SMU02B panel
(1) Run indicator
(4) Button
(7) Handle
(10) Liquid crystal display (LCD)
(2) Minor alarm indicator
(5) USB port (reserved)
(8) Locking latch
(3) Major alarm indicator
(6) RS485/RS232 port
(9) FE port
Indicator

Table 3-2 describes the indicators on the SMU02B panel.

Table 3-2 SMU02B indicator description

Name

Color

Status

Description

Run indicator

Green

Off

The SMU is faulty or has no DC input.

Blinking at 0.5 Hz

The SMU02B is running properly and communicating with the host properly.

Blinking at 4 Hz

The SMU02B is running properly but is not communicating with the host properly.

Minor alarm

Yellow

Off

The SMU does not generate any

indicator

minor alarms.

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Name

Color

Status

Description

   

Steady on

The SMU generates a minor alarm.

Major alarm

Red

Off

No critical or major alarm is

indicator

generated.

Steady on

A critical or major alarm is generated.

Button

Table 3-3 describes the buttons on the SMU02B panel.

Table 3-3 SMU02B button description

Button

Name

Description

Up Turns to the previous menu or sets parameter values. When setting parameter values, you can

Up

Turns to the previous menu or sets parameter values. When setting parameter values, you can hold down quickly adjust values.

  • to

Down Turns to the next menu or sets parameter values. When setting parameter values, you can

Down

Turns to the next menu or sets parameter values. When setting parameter values, you can hold down quickly adjust values.

  • to

Back Returns to the previous menu without saving the settings.

Back

Returns to the previous menu without saving the settings.

Confirm  Enters the main menu from the standby screen.

Confirm

  • Enters the main menu from the standby screen.

  • Enters a submenu from the main menu.

  • Saves the menu settings.

Communication Port

Table 3-4 describes the communication ports on the SMU02B panel.

Table 3-4 SMU02B communication port description

Communication

Communications

Communications Protocol

Port

Parameter

FE port

10/100 M auto-adaptation

HTTPS, NetEco network management system (NMS), and SNMP protocols

RS485/RS232 port

Baud rate: 9600 bit/s

NetEco NMS protocol

Note:

All ports mentioned above support the security mechanism.

 

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Figure 3-7 Pins in the FE port and RS485/RS232 port

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 3 Components Figure 3-7 Pins in the FE port and

Table 3-5 Pin definitions for the FE port

Pin

Signal

Description

1

TX+

Sends data.

2

TX-

3

RX+

Receives data.

6

RX-

4, 5, 7, and 8

None

-

Table 3-6 Pin definitions for the RS485/RS232 port

 

Pin

Signal

Description

1

TX+

Sends data.

2

TX-

4

RX+

Receives data.

5

RX-

3

RX232

Receives data.

7

TX232

Sends data.

6

PGND

Connects to the ground.

8

-

-

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3.4 UIM02C

Panel

 

The user interface module (UIM02C) supports eight dry contact outputs, nine dry contact inputs (including universal DIN1-6, smoke, water, and door status), four analog parameter inputs (including ambient temperature, humidity, and battery temperature).

Figure 3-8 shows a UIM02C panel.

Figure 3-8 UIM02C panel

Panel The user interface module (UIM02C) supports eight dry contact outputs, nine dry contact inputs (including

Ports

Table 3-7 UIM02C ports

Port Type

Silk Screen

Description

Sensor port

TEM-HUM

Temperature and humidity sensor

WATER

Water sensor

TEMP1

Ambient temperature sensor 1

TEMP2

Ambient temperature sensor 2

GATE

Door status sensor

SMOKE

Smoke sensor

BTEMP

Battery temperature sensor

Dry contact input

DIN1

NOTE

 

For the associations between the dry contact input

DIN2

ports and alarms, see the appendix.

DIN3

DIN4

DIN5

DIN6

Dry contact output

ALM1

NOTE

 

For the associations between the dry contact output

ALM2

ports and alarms, see the appendix.

ALM3

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Port Type

Silk Screen

Description

 

ALM4

 

ALM5

ALM6

ALM7

ALM8

Communications port

COM

RS485 port

Pins

Figure 3-9 shows the pin numbers of the sensor ports. Table 3-8 defines the pins.

Figure 3-9 UIM02C pin numbers

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Table 3-8 UIM02C pin definitions

Silkscreen

No.

Pin Definitions

TEM-HUM

1

12

V

2

ENV_TEMP

3

12

V

4

ENV_HUM

WATER

1

12

V

2

 

WATER

3

GND

4

Not defined

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Silkscreen

No.

Pin Definitions

TEMP1

1

GND

2

TEMP1

TEMP2

1

GND

2

TEMP2

GATE

1

GATE+

2

GATE-

SMOKE

1

SMOKE

2

12 V

BTEMP

1

GND

2

BTEMP1

3.5 Battery Switch

Figure 3-10 Battery switch

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 3 Components Silkscreen No. Pin Definitions TEMP1 1 GND 2

(1) Battery switch

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 3 Components Silkscreen No. Pin Definitions TEMP1 1 GND 2
  • The battery switch is set to NORMAL by default before delivery, meaning that the system is under automatic control.

  • Set the battery switch to BAT ON only when you want to power on the battery forcibly for commissioning. Remember to set the battery switch back to NORMAL after the commissioning.

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  • 4 Installing the Cabinet

  • 4.1 Unpacking and Acceptance

Procedure

Step 1

Check whether packing cases are intact. If a packing case is severely damaged or wet, identify the cause and report to the local Huawei office.

Step 2

Unpack the case.

Step 3

Check the quantity of components against the packing lists attached to the packing cases. If the quantity differs from that specified on the packing lists, identify the cause and report to the local Huawei office.

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  • 4.2 Installing the Cabinet on a Concrete Floor

4.2.1 Marking the Installation Holes of Cabinet Based on the Marking-off Plate

Mark the position of the cabinet based on the delivered marking-off plate to confirm the positions of the expansion bolts (A hole), as shown in Figure 4-1.

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Figure 4-1 Marking the installation holes

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-1 Marking the installation holes

(1) Marking-off plate

(2) Concrete pad

(3) Installation hole

4.2.2 Drilling Holes and Installing Expansion Tubes

Procedure

Step 1

Drill holes with a depth range of 52 mm to 60 mm using a hammer drill.

Step 2

Slightly tighten the expansion bolts and vertically insert them into holes. Then knock the

Step 3

expansion tubes completely into the holes using a rubber mallet. Partially tighten the expansion bolts.

Step 4

Remove the bolt, spring washer, and flat washer.

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Figure 4-2 Drilling Holes and Installing Expansion Tubes

(1) M12 expansion bolt (4) Expansion tube (2) Spring washer (5) Concrete floor (3) Flat washer
(1) M12 expansion bolt
(4) Expansion tube
(2) Spring washer
(5) Concrete floor
(3) Flat washer

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4.2.3 Securing a Cabinet

Procedure

Step 1

Align the mounting holes on the cabinet with those on the concrete pad.

Step 2

Partially tighten the expansion bolt.

Step 3

Level the cabinet using the leveling bolt.

Step 4

Tighten the expansion bolt.

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Figure 4-3 Securing a cabinet

(1) Expansion bolt (2) Leveling bolt
(1) Expansion bolt
(2) Leveling bolt

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4.2.4 Installing the IP21 Top Cover

Prerequisites

 

If the cabinet is required to be protected to IP21, install an IP21 top cover. To install the IP21 top cover, perform the following steps.

Procedure

Step 1

Install side panels, as shown in Figure 4-4.

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Figure 4-4 Installing side panels

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-4 Installing side panels Step

Step 2

Secure the side panels onto the cabinet top and install the cable tray, as shown in Figure 4-5.

Figure 4-5 Securing the side panels and the cable tray

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-4 Installing side panels Step
TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-4 Installing side panels Step

Install the IP21 top cover after the cables are installed.

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4.3 Installing the Cabinet on an ESD Floor

  • 4.3.1 Marking the Installation Holes of Cabinet Based on the

Marking-off Plate

Mark the position of the cabinet based on the delivered marking-off plate to confirm the positions of the expansion bolts (A hole), as shown in Figure 4-6.

Figure 4-6 Marking the installation holes

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(1) Marking-off plate

(2) Concrete pad

(3) Installation hole

  • 4.3.2 Drilling Holes and Installing Expansion Tubes

Procedure

Step 1

Drill holes with a depth range of 52 mm to 60 mm using a hammer drill.

Step 2

Slightly tighten the expansion bolts and vertically insert them into holes. Then knock the

Step 3

expansion tubes completely into the holes using a rubber mallet. Partially tighten the expansion bolts.

Step 4

Remove the bolt, spring washer, and flat washer.

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Figure 4-7 Drilling Holes and Installing Expansion Tubes

(1) M12 expansion bolt (4) Expansion tube (2) Spring washer (5) Concrete floor (3) Flat washer
(1) M12 expansion bolt
(4) Expansion tube
(2) Spring washer
(5) Concrete floor
(3) Flat washer

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4.3.3 Assembling a Support

Adjusting the Support Height

Step 1

Adjust the support height, as shown in Figure 4-8. Measure the height between the concrete floor and the ESD floor by using a ruler.

Step 2

Adjust the support height based on the measured value.

Step 3

Partially tighten the height locking bolts on both sides of the support.

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Figure 4-8 Adjusting the support height

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-8 Adjusting the support height

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Assembling and Leveling a Support

Assemble and level a support, as shown in Figure 4-9.

Step 1

Adjust the telescopic rod based on the cabinet width until the scale indicating the cabinet width is displayed.

Step 2

Tighten the six bolt assemblies on the telescopic rod using a socket wrench.

Step 3

Assemble the telescopic rod and support by using eight bolt assemblies and ensure that the protruding side of the guide rail faces outwards. Tighten all bolt assemblies using a torque socket.

Step 4

Check the support levelness by using a level. If the support is not level, loosen the height-locking bolts and slightly adjust the support until it is level.

Step 5

Tighten all height-locking bolts using a torque socket.

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Figure 4-9 Assembling and leveling a support

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-9 Assembling and leveling a

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4.3.4 Installing Supports

Procedure

Step 1

Install the expansion bolt.

Step 2

Check the support levelness by using a level.

Step 3

If the support is not level, place shims under the support.

Step 4

Use a torque socket to fasten the four expansive bolts.

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Figure 4-10 Installing supports

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-10 Installing supports ----End 4.3.5

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4.3.5 Securing a Cabinet

Securing a Cabinet to a Support

Secure a cabinet to a support, as shown in Figure 4-11.

Step 1

Lift the cabinet onto a support and align the support mounting holes with the cabinet mounting holes.

Step 2

Insert four M12x40 bolts equipped with spring washers, flat washers, and insulation coverings into the mounting holes for the support and cabinet, and then partially tighten the bolts.

Step 3

Under the cabinet bottom, push two insulation plates respectively from the front and rear of the cabinet along the cabinet depth, and ensure that notches face inwards and the bolt assemblies engage into the notches.

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Figure 4-11 Securing a cabinet to a support

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-11 Securing a cabinet to

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Installing Front and Rear Pallets

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-11 Securing a cabinet to

After testing the cabinet insulation, install front and rear pallets on the support.

Step 1

Secure front and rear pallets to the support by using M12x25 screw assemblies, as shown in Figure 4-12.

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Figure 4-12 Installing front and rear pallets

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-12 Installing front and rear

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4.3.6 Installing the IP21 Top Cover

Prerequisites

 

If the cabinet is required to be protected to IP21, install an IP21 top cover. To install the IP21 top cover, perform the following steps.

Procedure

Step 1

Install side panels, as shown in Figure 4-13.

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Figure 4-13 Installing side panels

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-13 Installing side panels Step

Step 2

Secure the side panels onto the cabinet top and install the cable tray, as shown in Figure 4-14.

Figure 4-14 Securing the side panels and the cable tray

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TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 4 Installing the Cabinet Figure 4-13 Installing side panels Step

Install the IP21 top cover after the cables are installed.

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  • 5 Installing Components

5.1 Installing a Rectifier

Prerequisites

 
  • Unpack the rectifiers and check that all rectifiers are intact. If the rectifiers are damaged, contact the local Huawei office.

  • The filler panels on the slot for installing the rectifiers have been removed from the cabinet.

Procedure

Step 1

Remove the screws securing the handle using a Phillips screwdriver, and open the handle.

Step 2

Draw the handle outwards.

Step 3

Put rectifiers into their slots and push the rectifiers into the cabinet, ensuring that all rectifiers are in good contact with the backplane.

Step 4

Close the handle.

Step 5

Reinstall the screws in the handle to secure the handle.

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Figure 5-1 Installing a rectifier

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 5 Installing Components Figure 5-1 Installing a rectifier ----End Issue

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  • 6 Installing Cables

6.1 Installing a PGND Cable

The PGND cable is used to connect PGND screws on the cabinet and the ground busbar outside the cabinet to ensure proper grounding of the cabinet.

Install the PGND cable of the TP48200B-N20A5 as shown in Figure 6-1.

Figure 6-1 Installing the PGND cable of the TP48200B-N20A5

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(1) Ground bar for the cabinet

(2) Ground bar for the site

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Install the PGND cable of the TP48200B-L20A5 is shown in Figure 6-2.

Figure 6-2 Installing the PGND cable of the TP48200B-L20A5

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(1) Ground bar for the cabinet

(2) Ground bar for the site

6.2 (Optional) Installing Dry Contact Signal Cables

Procedure

Step 1

Press the contact plate using a flat-head screwdriver to flip the metal spring inside each dry contact.

Step 2

Connect the signal cables to the corresponding dry contacts.

Step 3

Put away the flat-head screwdriver and check that the signal cables are securely connected.

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Figure 6-3 Installing a dry contact signal cable

(1) Contact plate (2) Dry contact
(1) Contact plate
(2) Dry contact

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6.3 Installing the Communications Cables

  • 6.3.1 WebUI Management

Procedure

Step 1

Connect the FE port on the SMU by using a network cable, as shown in Figure 6-4.

Figure 6-4 Connecting a communications cable (for WebUI management)

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 6 Installing Cables Figure 6-3 Installing a dry contact signal

(1) FE port

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  • 6.3.2 NetEco Management

Networking Mode 1: over FE

Step 1

Connect the FE port on the SMU by using a network cable, as shown in Figure 6-5.

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Figure 6-5 Connecting a communications cable (over FE)

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 6 Installing Cables Figure 6-5 Connecting a communications cable (over

(1) FE port

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Networking Mode 2: over an RS485 Port

Step 1

Delete the default power configuration from the BBU.

Step 1 Delete the default power configuration from the BBU.  If you use this power
  • If you use this power system to power the BBU, delete the default power configuration from the BBU after powering on the BBU, and then connect communications cables.

  • Before connecting network cables, delete default power configuration from the BBU. Otherwise, all parameter settings for the site will change.

Step 2

Connect one end of the network cable to the RS485/RS232 port on the SMU.

Step 3

Connect the other end to the Mon1 port on Huawei baseband unit (BBU), as shown in Figure

6-6.

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Figure 6-6 Connecting a communications cable (over the RS485 port)

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 6 Installing Cables Figure 6-6 Connecting a communications cable (over

(1) RS485/RS232 port

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(2) Mon1 port

6.3.3 Third-Party NMS Management (over SNMP)

Procedure

Step 1

Connect the FE port on the SMU by using a network cable, as shown in Figure 6-7.

Figure 6-7 Connecting a communications cable (over SNMP)

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 6 Installing Cables Figure 6-6 Connecting a communications cable (over

(1) FE port

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6.4 Installing Power Cables

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Before installing power cables, switch all circuit breakers to OFF.

6.4.1 Installing DC Output Power Cables

Install DC output power cables for the TP48200B-N20A5. Connect the load cable to the corresponding circuit breaker based on the load capacity, as shown in Figure 6-8.

Figure 6-8 Installing DC output cables of the TP48200B-N20A5

(1) Primary load (2) Secondary load
(1) Primary load
(2) Secondary load

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Install DC output power cables for the TP48200B-L20A5. Connect the load cable to the corresponding circuit breaker based on the load capacity, as shown in Figure 6-9.

Figure 6-9 Installing DC output cables of the TP48200B-L20A5

(1) Primary load (2) Secondary load
(1) Primary load
(2) Secondary load

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6.4.2 (Optional) Installing Batteries and Cables

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  • Put on an insulation covering when using a screwdriver and tools alike. Otherwise, the batteries might be burned out and cause damages to human body.

  • Switch off the battery circuit breakers before you install the batteries.

  • Do not short-circuit or connect the batteries in reverse.

  • Secure battery cables to a torque specified in battery documentation. Loose connections will result in excessive voltage drop or cause batteries to burn out when the current is large.

The following describes how to install the first layer of battery. All batteries are installed in the same manner. Figure 6-10 shows battery installation completed.

Figure 6-10 Battery installation completed

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Installing Battery Strings

Prerequisites

 

All batteries are from the same manufacturer, of the same model, and in the same batch. The battery voltages are almost the same.

Procedure

Step 1

Install batteries into the battery compartment in the sequence shown in Figure 6-11.

Figure 6-11 Installing battery strings

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Installing the Signal Cables for Monitoring the Middle Point Voltage and Copper Bars Between Batteries

Procedure

Step 1

Remove the insulation cover from the batteries.

Step 2

Install the signal cables for monitoring the middle point voltage and copper bars between batteries.

Step 3

Reinstall the insulation covers onto the two batteries in the middle.

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Figure 6-12 Installing the signal cables for monitoring the middle point voltage and copper bars between batteries

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 6 Installing Cables Figure 6-12 Installing the signal cables for

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Installing Battery Cables

Prerequisites

 
Prerequisites When installing battery cables, install the negative cable before the positive cable. Procedure

When installing battery cables, install the negative cable before the positive cable.

Procedure

Step 1

Take the negative battery cable from the left side of the battery compartment and install the cable onto the negative battery terminal.

Step 2

Take the positive battery cable from the right side of the battery compartment and install the cable onto the positive battery terminal.

Step 3

Reinstall the insulation covers onto the batteries on the left and right sides.

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Figure 6-13 Installing battery cables

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 6 Installing Cables Figure 6-13 Installing battery cables ----End 6.4.3

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6.4.3 Installing the AC Input Power Cable

The following two input systems are supported: 220/380 V AC three-phase, four-wire and 220 V AC single-phase. Install the AC input power cable as required.

Installing Three-Phase AC Input Power Cables

Install three-phase AC input cables of the TP48200B-N20A5 refer to Figure 6-14.

Figure 6-14 Installing three-phase AC input cables of the TP48200B-N20A5

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 6 Installing Cables Figure 6-13 Installing battery cables ----End 6.4.3

(1) ACDB

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Installing Single-Phase AC Input Power Cables

The AC input of the TP48200B-N20A5 is three phase by default. If the AC input is single phase, short the three ports of AC input circuit breaker using two cables, as shown in Figure

6-15.

Figure 6-15 Installing single-phase AC input cables of the TP48200B-N20A5

(1) ACDB (2) Short cables
(1) ACDB
(2) Short cables

Install single-phase AC input cables of the TP48200B-L20A5 refer to Figure 6-16.

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Figure 6-16 Installing single-phase AC input cables of TP48200B-L20A5

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 6 Installing Cables Figure 6-16 Installing single-phase AC input cables

(1) ACDB

6.5 Installing the IP21 Top Cover

Figure 6-17 Installing the IP21 top cover

TP48200B-N20A5 & L20A5 Quick Installation Guide 6 Installing Cables Figure 6-16 Installing single-phase AC input cables

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  • 7 Verifying the Installation

  • 7.1 Checking Hardware Installation

    • Check that all screws, especially those used for electrical connections, are secured. Check that flat washers and spring washers are installed properly.

    • Check that rectifiers are completely inserted into their respective slots and properly locked.

  • 7.2 Checking Electrical Connections

    • Check that all circuit breakers are switched off.

    • Check that flat washers and spring washers are securely installed for all the OT terminals and that all the OT terminals are intact and properly connected.

    • Check that batteries are correctly installed and that battery cables are correctly connected without being short circuited.

    • Check that input and output power cables and ground cables are correctly connected without being short circuited.

  • 7.3 Checking Cable Installation

    • Check that all cables are securely connected.

    • Check that all cables are arranged neatly and bound properly to their nearest cable ties without being distorted or excessively bent.

    • Check that cable labels are properly and securely attached in the same direction.

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    Commissioning

    8.1 Connecting the AC Power

    Procedure

    Step 1

    Measure the input voltage on the AC input circuit breaker. The value should range from 85 V AC to 300 V AC.

    Step 2

    Switch on the AC input circuit breaker and measure the output voltage on the AC input circuit breaker. The value should range from 85 V AC to 300 V AC.

    Step 3

    Check that the indicators on the rectifiers are steady on.

    Step 4

    Measure the voltage between the -48 V busbar and the RTN+ busbar. The value should range from -42 V DC to -58 V DC.

    ----End

    8.2 Setting Monitoring Parameters

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    For SMU V200R200C01 and later versions, see section "8.2.1 Setting Monitoring Parameters (for SMU V200R002C01 and Later Versions)" For SMU V300R200C02 and later versions, see section "8.2.2 Setting Monitoring Parameters (for SMU V300R002C02 and Later Versions)"

    8.2.1 Setting Monitoring Parameters (for SMU V200R002C01 and Later Versions)

    Setting the Display Language

    After powering on the SMU, select English by pressing

    press

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    to enter the standby screen.

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    or

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    on the LCD, and then

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    If you select an undesired language, remove and then insert the SMU. Select a language again after the SMU restarts.

    Setting the Date and Time

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    • The LCD screen becomes dark if no button is pressed within 5 minutes.

    • You need to log in again if no button is pressed within 8 minutes.

    • The preset user name is admin and the preset password is 000001.

    Set the date and time as required.

    Table 8-1 Setting the date and time

     

    Main Menu

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

     

    Fourth-Level

    Default Value

    Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Settings

    System Para

    Set Data

     

    -

    Set to the local date

    Set Time

     

    -

    Set to the local time

    Set Time Zone

     

    -

    GMT +08:00

    Setting Battery Parameters

     
     

    Set the Battery Number and Rated Capacity as required.

     

    Table 8-2 Setting battery parameters

     

    Main Menu

    Second-Level

    Third-level

    Fourth-Level

    Default

    Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Value

    Quick Settings

    Battery Number

    -

    -

    1

    Rated Capacity

    -

    -

    300 Ah

    Setting Communication Parameters

     
     

    Set the NetEco Main IP, NetEco Bak IP, NetEco Port, Host Comm Addr, Comm Baudrate, IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway according to actual conditions.

    Table 8-3 Setting communication parameters

     

    Main Menu

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

     

    Fourth-Level

    Default Value

    Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Settings

    Comm Para

    NetEco Main IP

     

    -

    58.251.195.136

    NetEco Bak IP

     

    -

    58.251.195.136

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    Main Menu

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

    Fourth-Level

    Default Value

    Menu

    Menu

    Menu

       

    NetEco Port

    -

    31220

    Host Comm

    -

    0

    Addr

    Comm

    -

    9600

    Baudrate

    Quick Settings

    IP Address

    -

    -

    192.168.0.10

    Subnet Mask

    -

    -

    255.255.255.0

    Gateway

    -

    -

    192.168.0.1

    Setting Battery Break Alarm Parameters

    Set battery fuse break alarm "Enable/Disable" status according to actual conditions.

    Table 8-4 Setting battery break alarm parameters

    Main Menu

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

    Fourth-Level

    Setting

    Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Value

    Settings

    Alarm Setting

    Batt Summ

    Bat Fuse1

    Enable battery

    Break

    fuse break

    Bat Fuse2

    alarms for the branches with

    Break

    batteries, and

    Bat Fuse3

    Break

    disable battery fuse break

    alarms for the

    Bat Fuse4

    branches

    Break

    without

    Bat Fuse5

    batteries.

    Break

    Bat Fuse6

    Break

    Setting the Dry Contact Input and Dry Contact Output Alarm Parameters

    Set parameters to modify the default mode of the dry contact input and dry contact output according to actual conditions.

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    Table 8-5 Setting the dry contact input and dry contact output alarm parameters

    Main Menu

    Second-Level

    Third-Level Menu

    Default Value

    Menu

    Settings

    Site Summary

    DIN1 Alarm

    Close

    DIN2 Alarm

    Close

    DIN3 Alarm

    Close

    DIN4 Alarm

    Close

    DIN5 Alarm

    Close

    DIN6 Alarm

    Close

    ALM1 Alarm Act

    Close

    ALM2 Alarm Act

    Close

    ALM3 Alarm Act

    Close

    ALM4 Alarm Act

    Close

    ALM5 Alarm Act

    Close

    ALM6 Alarm Act

    Close

    ALM7 Alarm Act

    Close

    ALM8 Alarm Act

    Close

    Setting the Related Alarm Parameters

    Set parameters to modify the related relay of the alarm according to actual conditions. For example, set Battery Lost to ALM7.

    Table 8-6 Setting battery lost to ALM7

    Main

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

    Fourth-Level

    Default

    Setting

    Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Value

    Value

    Settings

    Alarm Setting

    Batt Summ

    Battery1 Lost

    None

    ALM7

    8.2.2 Setting Monitoring Parameters (for SMU V300R002C02 and Later Versions)

    Setting the Display Language

    After powering on the SMU, select English by pressing

    press

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    to enter the standby screen.

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    or

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    on the LCD, and then

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    If you select an undesired language, remove and then insert the SMU. Select a language again after the SMU restarts.

    Setting the Date and Time

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    • The LCD screen becomes dark if no button is pressed within 30 seconds.

    • You need to log in again if no button is pressed within 1 minute.

    • The preset user name is admin and the preset password is 000001.

    Set the date and time as required.

    Table 8-7 Setting the date and time

     

    Main Menu

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

    Default Value

    Setting Value

    Menu

    Menu

    Setting Wizard

    Date and Time

    Date and Time

    -

    Set to the local date and time.

    Time Zone

    UTC

    Set to the local

    +8:00Beijing

    time zone.

    NTP Enable

    No

    Yes/No

    NOTE

    Set the parameter to Yes if you need to synchronize the SMU time and the site network server time.

    Setting Battery Parameters

     
     

    Set the Battery N Connected and Rated Capacity as required.

     

    Table 8-8 Setting battery parameters

     

    Main

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

    Default

    Setting Value

    Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Value

    Setting

    Battery

    Battery1

    Yes

    If N battery strings

    Wizard

    Parameters

    Connected

    are connected, set

    Battery2

    Yes

    Battery 1 Connected to

    Connected

    Battery N Connected to Yes, and set the other parameters to No.

    Rated Capacity

    150 Ah

    Rated capacity of the batteries in a

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    Main

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

    Default

    Setting Value

    Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Value

           

    battery string.

    NOTE

    The batteries connected to one circuit breaker or fuse are called a battery string.

    (Optional) Setting the Hibernation Parameter

    Set Hibernation Enable to Yes if you need to use the intelligent hibernation function of the rectifiers.

    Table 8-9 Setting the hibernation parameter

     

    Main Menu

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

    Default Value

    Setting Value

    Menu

    Menu

    Parameters

    Energy Saving

    Hibernation

    No

    Yes

    Settings

    Enable

    Setting Communications Parameters

     

    Setting Parameters Before Using WebUI Management

     

    Procedure

    Step 1

    Apply to the site or equipment room network administrator for a fixed IP address.

    Step 2

    Set the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway on the LCD, as shown in Table 8-10.

    Table 8-10 IP parameters

     
     

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

       

    Main Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Default Value

    Setting Value

    Setting Wizard

    Network

    IP Address

    192.168.0.10

    Set this

    Parameters

    parameter based on the address assigned by the network administrator.

    Subnet Mask

    255.255.255.0

    Set this parameter based on the address assigned by the network

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    Second-Level

    Third-Level

       

    Main Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Default Value

    Setting Value

           

    administrator.

    Default

    192.168.0.1

    Set this

    Gateway

    parameter based on the address assigned by the network administrator.

    ----End

    Setting Parameters Before Using the NetEco Management

     

    Networking Mode 1: over FE

     

    Step 1

    Apply to the site or equipment room network administrator for a fixed IP address.

    Step 2

    Set the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway on the LCD, as shown in Table 8-11.

    Table 8-11 IP parameters

     
     

    Second-Level

    Third-Level

       

    Main Menu

    Menu

    Menu

    Default Value

    Setting Value

    Setting Wizard

    Network

    IP Address

    192.168.0.10

    Set this

    Parameters

    parameter according to the address assigned by the network administrator.

    Subnet Mask

    255.255.255.0

    Set this parameter according to the address assigned by the network administrator.

    Default

    192.168.0.1

    Set this

    Gateway

    parameter according to the address assigned by the network administrator.

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    Step 3

    Set the IP addresses and ports for the active and standby servers of the NetEco on the LCD, as described in Table 8-12.

    Table 8-12 NetEco parameters

    Main

    Second-Le

    Third-Leve

    Fourth-Lev

    Default

    Setting

    Menu

    vel Menu

    l Menu

    el Menu

    Value

    Value

    Parameters

    Comm.

    Network

    NetEco

     
    • 192.168.0.10 Set an IP

    Settings

    Parameters

    Parameters

    Primary IP

    address for the active NetEco server.

    NetEco

     
    • 192.168.0.10 Set an IP

    Backup IP

    address for the standby NetEco server.

    NetEco Port

    31220

    Set a port for

    Number

    the NetEco.

    ----End

    Networking Mode 2: over an RS485 Port

    Step 1

    Check that the following parameters are set properly: Port Mode to Manual, Protocol Type to M/S Protocol, Baud Rate to 9600, and Comm. Address to 3.

    Table 8-13 Communications parameters

    Main

    Second-Le

    Third-L

    Fourth-Le

    Fifth-Lev

    Default

    Setting

    Menu

    vel Menu

    evel

    vel Menu

    el Menu

    Value

    Value

    Menu

    Parameters

    Comm.

    Serial

    Northbound

    Port Mode

    Manual

    Manual

    Settings

    Parameters

    Port

    Protocol

    M/S

    M/S

    Type

    Protocol

    Protocol

    M/S

    Northbound

    Baud Rate

    9600

    9600

    Protocol

    Comm.

    3

    3

    Address

    ----End

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    Setting Parameters Before Using the SNMP Management

    Prerequisites

    Before setting SNMP parameters, obtain the information listed in Table 8-14 from the NMS.

    Table 8-14 Information obtained from the NMS

    Information

    Description

    SNMP version

    SNMP version and port number used by the SMU and NMS.

     

    The SNMP versions include SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and

    SNMP Port Number

    SNMPv3.

    Read Community Name

    If you use SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c, enter the read community

    Write Community Name

    name and write community name that comply with the NMS. Otherwise, the SMU will not connect to the NMS.

    User Name

    To enhance the security, you need a user name and password

     

    for authentication if you use SNMPv3. After the authentication

    MD5 Password

    succeeds, the SMU can communicate with the NMS.

    DES Password

    Trap Target Address

    IP address and port number reported in the alarm trap.

    Trap Port

    Procedure