PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual

How to Use This Manual

General Information

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Units of the PowerLink System

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Quick Finding

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Chapter 1: Applications

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Chapter 2: System Description

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Chapter 3: Installation

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Chapter 4: Commissioning

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Chapter 5: Diagnostics

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Chapter 6: MCM Function

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Chapter 7: PowerSys and UDE MemTool Program

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Chapter 8: Planning Guide

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Chapter 9: SNMP and Remote Access

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Annex

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............................................................................................................................................................................................. 6 Chapter 2: System Description ........... 10 Chapter 6: MCM Function............................................................................................................................................ 9 Level Adjustments ............................................................... DVD and Paper Version ......................... 9 Data Pump .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Further Configuration Settings ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4 Partition of the PowerLink 50/100 Manual ................................................................................. 4 Quick Finding .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Units of the PowerLink System ...... 11 Chapter 9: SNMP and Remote Access .................................................................................. 6 Chapter 1: Applications ......................................................................................................... 8 Chapter 4: Commissioning ............................................................. 9 Dongle ............. 9 Tuning of the Transmit and the Receive Filter .............. 11 Chapter 8: Planning Guide............................................................................................. 12 Page .................. 11 Annex....................................................... DVD Version Only).... 9 Configuration with the Service PC .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 X........................2 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 © SIEMENS AG 2010 .................................................................................................................................................................21-DP Interface of the Data Pump ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8 Connection of an external SWT 3000................................................................................ 7 Chapter 3: Installation. 8 Integrated SWT 3000................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Chapter 7: PowerSys and UDE MemTool Program ..How to use PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual Table of contents: General Information.................... 5 CD resp............................... 9 Protection Signaling.................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Chapter 5: Diagnostics........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 12 Problem Tracking (CD resp.....................................................................

4. Note: The software version referred to in this instruction manual is PowerSys version P 3. The different steps of transport. Safety instructions are therefore included in all the corresponding chapters and may so appear as double information. installation.pdf) General Information The manual is written for service and operation personnel in the high voltage (HV) power line environment. Note: It is highly recommended that the service personnel have attended a training course on the equipment.1xx.3 . and commissioning are normally made by various people. © SIEMENS AG 2010 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 Page .PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual How to use Copyright notices for Open source components in PowerLink All copyright notices for the used open source components can be found on the CD resp. testing. All existing safety instructions in the client’s environment have to be observed and only trained and instructed personnel should work with the equipment. DVD (\Open_Source_Software_Declaration.

Note: Basically you’ll find the description of a function or service in chapter 2.How to use PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual Units of the PowerLink System PLPA description in chapter 2 PLPA Commissioning of the PLPA in chapter 4 PowerLink Connector panel Description and assignment of the interfaces in chapter 3 CFS-2 iSWT 2*) Description of the CFS-2 and iSWT 3000 in chapter 2 iSWT 1*) Commissioning in chapter 4 *) Option! Depending on the configuration Figure 1: Sections of the PowerLink system Partition of the PowerLink 50/100 Manual The manual provides the necessary instructions from transport. storage. the wiring and pinout of the interfaces in chapter 3. and the commissioning and settings with the service PC in chapter 4! Page . commissioning to maintenance. A list of the used abbreviations is available in the annex of the manual! The manual is divided into the following chapters: 1 Applications 2 System description 3 Installation 4 Commissioning 5 Diagnostic 6 MCM function 7 PowerSys and UDE MemTool Program 8 Planning guide 9 SNMP function and remote access Please refer to the appropriate section for the particular step or function.4 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 © SIEMENS AG 2010 .

7 Description 4 Program Start Description 8 Program Start E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 Page .5 .PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual How to use Quick Finding PowerLink 50/100 PLPA Data Pump iMUX vMUX Ethernet interfaces RS232 interfaces Integrated SWT 3000 Service program PowerSys PLPAStraps program F3_via_VFx_leveling program PowerCalc program © SIEMENS AG 2010 Topic Chapter Applications 1 System description 2 Installation 3 Commissioning 4 Description 2 Commissioning 4 Description 2 Commissioning 4 Description 2 Commissioning 4 Description 2 Commissioning 4 Description 2 Commissioning 4 Description 2 Pinout 3 Description 2 Commissioning 4 Description 7 Description 4 resp.

DVD ROM calculates the maximum line attenuation for a PowerLink configuration. On the CD resp. improved transmission rates for the Data Pump. Ethernet interface. The application Data Transmission shows the statistical multiplexer functionality of the iMUX for up to 8 asynchronous data channels.6 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 © SIEMENS AG 2010 . using analog PABX. you’ll find additional a description of the coupling unit AKE 100 as well as an Excel program “F3_via_vfx_levelling_xx_xx. extended transmission frequency range up to 1000 kHz. Also information’s about the new features enabled by the enhanced unit CSPi will be found. Chapter 1: Applications In the chapter 1 of the equipment manual. output level of the VFx modules and the allocated channel number ACN which has to be adjusted in the PowerSys Tx leveling form.How to use PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual CD resp. This is used for calculating the input resp.xls”. A start page in the CD version leads you with a mouse click to the chapters of the manual. Another Excel program “PowerCalc_xx_xx.xls” on the CD resp.1 interface. Page . you find a short instruction of the features of the PowerLink 50/100 system like optimized sub channel allocation. etc. automatic level setting etc. G703. DVD and Paper Version The PowerLink equipment manual is available on a CD ROM and as paper version. For example: automatic cross talk canceller (AXC). multi purpose and alternate multi purpose. More detailed information about the protection modes can be found in the chapter 2 “System description”. Telephone networks are shown with 3 examples. The application Protection Signaling describes the possible connection to the PowerLink system and the operation modes single purpose. frame relay multiplexer or ISDN PABX. Bookmarks and the links in the contents pages lead you comfortable to the corresponding descriptions. For more information and the description of the program refer to chapter 4 “Commissioning”. For more information refer to chapter 8 “Planning guide”. DVD. In the application Tele control the polling of RTU via FSK channel and via iMUX is shown respectively . A direct connection of the RTU via the integrated RS232 splitter is described in an additional example.

4 commands. vMUX. PLC line equipment (PLE) and integrated protection signaling equipment iSWT 3000. VF interface. X. Ethernet).1 interface. Finally you find a description of the Data Pump. SWT-x/SC connector is shown in chapter 3 “Installation”. In the description of the PLC line equipment PLPA. © SIEMENS AG 2010 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 Page . G703. • Mode 3b: For max. you find information about the structural design and functional description of the amplifier (AMP50). • Mode 5A: For the transmission of max. The transmission is executed uncoded. 4 independent commands. remote access etc. 3 single commands. 4 commands. The System Description gives an overview about the transmission mode. • Mode 3: For max. If more than 1 input is active at the same time this will cause a one by one transmission with priority for a defined time. The data transmission via digital interfaces contains the function of the RS232 interfaces for using iFSK channels resp. AFC. the signification of the PU3 LED’s and a functional description of the IFC-x modules. Each combination of the inputs is transmitted with 2 parallel frequencies (coded transmission).PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual How to use Chapter 2: System Description The chapter 2 of the manual provides a general system description. X. and a functional description of the carrier frequency section (CFS-2) resp. iMUX iFSK. frequency range. • Mode 3a: For transmission of max. G703. transmitting 2 inputs uncoded with the permissive tripping evaluation and 2 inputs coded in the direct tripping evaluation at the receiver. The analog interfaces are subdivided in speech (F2) and data transmission (F3) including a block diagram and the adjustable bandwidth. the transmission filter (TXF-x). contains a block diagram. The Functional description of the CFS-2. SWT-x/DLE resp.7 . AXC. definition of the transmission capacity. 2 single commands.21. For jumper settings of the PU3.1. the line matching module (LT100) and the receiver module (RXF).21 interface. multi purpose (MP) or alternate multi purpose (AMP) operation. DLE and interface modules IFC-x refer to chapter 4 “Commissioning”. the analog interface modules VFx and the digital interfaces (RS232. The Protection Modes show the number of trip commands which can be transmitted coded or uncoded with the corresponding input / output allocation: • Mode 1: For max. 4 commands. This mode combines 2 times mode 1. and vMUX function. For each input combination a separate trip frequency is available. The tuning procedure of the PLPA is shown in the chapter 4 “Commissioning” including the operation instruction for the PLPAStrap program! Integrated protection signal transmission: The user finds the possible operating modes with PowerLink like single purpose (SP). More than 1 input active at the same time will cause the switch off for all commands. In this mode only 1 input may be active at a time. ACE. • Mode 2: For max. • Mode 4: For max. 3 independent commands. The pinout of the IFC-x. the integrated multiplexer iMUX including the RS232 splitter function. Ethernet interface.

you find the dimensions of a PowerLink 50/100 system.21 interface on the connector panel. all 4 ports can be used (VFX1-1 up to VFX1-4).21-DP Interface of the Data Pump If the iMUX or vMUX is not used an external multiplexer can be connected to the Data Pump via the X. Connectors for all ports: 37-pin SUB_D female connectors. 2 and 3 and in slot 3 only port 1 can be used. If using an E&M speech channel the PowerLink provides an internal power supply on the PS E&M terminal for the S2 signaling wire from the exchange. the service channel (SC) as well as the contact assignment of the interface modules IFC-x is described.840 Hz to the PowerLink. X. In slot 2 only the ports 1. Integrated SWT 3000 For the integrated SWT 3000 the pinout of the digital line interface (DLE). Alternatively the power supply of the exchange can be used. You’ll find in chapter 3 wiring examples for the different possibilities subsequent to the pinout of the 37-pin SUB_D female connectors. The RS232-1A up to 4A interfaces are used for connecting RTU’s to the integrated FSK channels or to the integrated multiplexer (iMUX resp. It follows the connection of the power supply and its interconnection in the PowerLink 50/100 system. The splitter function is described in the chapter 2 of this manual. Connection of an external SWT 3000 In the chapter installation a cable configuration for connecting an external SWT 3000 via CLE to the VFx port 3 resp. Pinout is shown in chapter 3. The RS232-5 up to 8 interfaces serve for connecting RTU’s to the iMUX resp. The RS232-1B up to 4B interfaces have the same function but in this case the data transmission is executed via the RS232 splitter and the RTS signal must be activated. From the module in slot 1.How to use PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual Chapter 3: Installation This chapter provides all necessary information for the installation and wiring of the PowerLink system and is principally concerned with the connector panel. The pinout for all is shown in the chapter 3. vMUX. Page . You’ll find more information about DP adjustment in the chapter 4 commissioning. Subsequently you find the HF connector wiring to the HF connecting board 75 Ohm or 150 Ohm.8 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 © SIEMENS AG 2010 . The pinout as well as connecting cables are shown in this chapter. At the beginning. 4 is shown. The analog interface modules VFx are used for the connection of analog signals in the frequency range from 300 Hz to 3. vMUX).

DVD version. This is carried out in the factory using a dongle which is located on the CSPi module. In the CD resp. Protection Signaling In the part protection signaling the jumper settings of the PU3. Subsequently you find the test set up and tuning procedure for the fine-tuning of the transmit and receive filter respectively.9 . DLE resp. as well as a description of all forms in the PowerSys service program with corresponding examples. you find instructions for the TX and RX level settings respectively including examples for feeding and measuring test signals. For the coarse tuning of the filters the program PLPAStraps is needed. Tuning of the Transmit and the Receive Filter This instruction provides the procedure for the fine-tuning of the line filters. jumper settings of the IFC-x modules in case of using an integrated SWT 3000. The program PLPAStraps has to be installed in addition to the service program PowerSys. you’ll find here links which lead you to the mentioned pages. HF. remote monitoring (RM). as well as instructions for a dongle upgrade on site. alarm configurations for the Data Pump as well as settings for the alarm relay(s). Starting with voice (F2). Data Pump The Data Pump service starts with data transmission via the integrated multiplexer (iMUX) or versatile multiplexer (vMUX) followed by the synchronous interface X. IFC-x modules are available.1 interface. ITU-T G703. and service configuration. © SIEMENS AG 2010 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 Page . Subsequently you find instructions for connecting an external SWT 3000 via VFx and fiber optic module (FOM) respectively. data (F3) via VFx modules or iFSK channels. multi purpose or alternate multi purpose. and the Ethernet interface. necessary for the external multiplexer PMX 2100 or PMX 3000. protection (F6) integrated or external connected. Dongle All configurable features of the system are fixed in a firmware ordering number (FW-MLFB) and have to be enabled. The chapter starts with a commissioning sequence.21. Here also the connecting cables are shown.PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual How to use Chapter 4: Commissioning The chapter 4 commissioning provides instructions about the tuning of the transmit and receive filter respectively. In the chapter 4 you find the features which have to be enabled. Further Configuration Settings This part includes settings of the automatic channel equalization (ACE). and the operating modes single purpose. A detailed operating instruction shows how to enter the necessary information and how to find the corresponding jumper settings. Level Adjustments At the end of the chapter 4. Configuration with the Service PC This part describes the complete system.

Chapter 6: MCM Function The function MCM (Multi Command Mode) extends the transmission of the integrated SWT 3000 via the analog interface from actual 4 to maximum 24 commands. A corresponding description is available in the section “Test modes”. Additional to the diagnostic LED also test modes can be selected in the service program. The basis module has 2 binary inputs and 4 relay outputs. They can be activated in the service program PowerSys with selecting various diagnostic modes. Due to the number of inputs and outputs in the MCM operating mode. IFC-24 modules and explanation of the corresponding forms in the PowerSys service program. you’ll find a figure showing the control and signaling elements of the CSPi module. The significance of the LED in the corresponding modes is described in the section Diagnostic LED H10 – H17 (CSPi) and H1 – H8 (vMUX). The sub module also has 2 binary inputs.How to use PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual Chapter 5: Diagnostics At the beginning of this chapter. The corresponding system reaction is shown in the section “System Alarm Display”. however here 4 semi-conductor outputs are available. the functionality of the interface module IFC-x from the SWT 3000 is divided in the modules IFC-24 and IFC-MCM. The connecting cables to the IFC-MCM modules are plugged at the rear side of the module. The MCM module consists of a basis and a sub module which are connected with each other via a ribbon cable. The chapter 6 provides detailed instructions for commissioning the PowerLink system using the MCM function including jumper settings for the MCM resp. The transmission is always carried out in the alternate multi purpose operation (AMP) in combination with analog voice channel (F2) or with the Data Pump. If only 20 commands have to be transmitted in the MCM mode. a second SWT 3000 can be integrated in the mounting position B of the PowerLink. in case of using the service Data Pump in the PowerLink.10 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 © SIEMENS AG 2010 . and is connected via a front cable to the PU3 (at least PU3f or subsequent). The PowerLink system provides a diagnostic function displayed on 8 LED at the CSPi and vMUX module. Page . Alarms occurring in PowerLink are displayed in the PowerSys form <Information / Alarms / Errors>. The section Data Pump block error provides information about the display of block errors and useful adjustments for Data Pump block error supervision. Subsequently the function of the buttons and LED significations are described. The module IFC-24 only exists once per equipment. The SWT 3000 with the MCM function is integrated in the PowerLink.

In a final step the program PowerCalc_xx_xx. iSWT 3000 with MemTool • Installation of the program PLPAStraps • Description of the PLPAStraps program for PLPA adjustments All forms for system configuration and adjustments are described with corresponding examples in the chapter 4 “Commissioning” and not included in chapter 7.11 . remote monitoring of the PowerLink system. analog interfaces show step by step the power calculation and the calculation of the SNR. maintenance. and diagnostics of the PowerLink or SWT 3000 units. The following topics are discussed: • Frequency planning • Transmission range • HF bandwidth • Services transmitted in the PowerLink • Noise level and calculation of the signal to noise ratio (SNR) 2 examples for a PowerLink with digital resp. Chapter 8: Planning Guide The instruction provides information for the sales department planning PowerLink connections. The following topics are discussed: • SNMP function • Polling of the device data • Spontaneous indication (SNMP traps) • Installation of SNMP • Commissioning • PowerLink remote access • RM in-band channel © SIEMENS AG 2010 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 Page . is introduced including an operating instruction and calculating examples. available on the manuals CD resp. It follows a detailed description of the PowerLink SNMP function. DVD.xls.PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual How to use Chapter 7: PowerSys and UDE MemTool Program The service program PowerSys is required for commissioning. Chapter 9: SNMP and Remote Access The chapter starts with an overview showing the possibilities for remote access resp. The chapter 7 gives a description of this program including the following points: • System requirements of the service PC • Installation of the service program • Starting the service program • Menu options and functions of the PowerSys buttons • Print out of the event recorder from an integrated SWT 3000 • Description of the event recorder of the SWT 3000 • Firmware download or upgrade • The program UDE MemTool • Programming the PowerLink (CSPi and vMUX) resp.

It provides operating instructions for the service program. DVD Version Only) The chapter problem tracking answers frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the PowerLink and the integrated protection signaling equipment iSWT 3000.How to use PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual Annex The annex of the manual provides the technical data of the PowerLink and the iSWT 3000 as well as a list of the used abbreviations. Page .12 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 © SIEMENS AG 2010 . Problem Tracking (CD resp. operating errors. information about the signaling LED as well as possible system reactions in case of disturbances resp.

© SIEMENS AG 2010 E50405-U53-X-A4-7670 Page . nor shall its contents be exploited or disclosed to third parties without prior written consent from Siemens. However. and necessary corrections will be included in future editions.13 . are reserved.2010 Copyright Copyright Siemens AG 2010 This document shall not be transmitted or reproduced. we do not accept liability for complete conformity or for any errors or omissions. Subject to technical alterations. since deviations cannot be ruled out entirely.PowerLink 50/100 Equipment Manual How to use Disclaimer of Liability We have checked the contents of this document and every effort has been made to ensure that the descriptions of both hardware and software are as accurate as possible. The information in this manual is checked periodically. Offenders will be liable for damages. We are grateful for any improvements that you care to suggest. including rights created by patent grant or registration of a utility model or design.03 Edition 02. Document release V01. All rights.00.