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ITS1000M (Mini-shelter) V100R003C02

Quick Installation Guide

Issue: 02
Date: 2012-12-04

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

Preparations
Precautions
Only trained and qualified personnel are allowed to install, operate, and maintain Huawei equipment, and they must
understand basic safety precautions to avoid hazards.
If a Mini-shelter is assembled onsite, the site environment should be equal to or above 0°C.
If the cabinet is scratched during transportation, paint or apply glue to the scratched areas.
Prepare a rainproof cloth to protect the Mini-shelter from rain.
Do not step on the base of the shelter to avoid sand and dust.
Before disassembly, clear the space for arranging components, and lay protection materials to protect the components from
scratches and damages. During disassembly, keep small structures and fixtures such as screws together and use
appropriate screwdrivers to avoid stripping screws.
Requirements for the Mini-shelter location:
A Mini-shelter should be installed in a high place where water can be easily drained. Swales and the areas prone to
pondings are unsuitable for site construction.
The cabinet must comply with installation space requirements for later cabinet maintenance.
Requirements for the Mini-shelter installation direction:
Maintenance personnel must be safe when they maintain at the front door of the Mini-shelter.
The Mini-shelter is not exposed to direct sunlight and stays away from the wind.
When installing a mini-shelter in a residential area, ensure the Mini-shelter doors do not face the residential area.
Requirements for Installation Space

≥ 2000 mm

The following figure shows the required clearances around the Mini-shelter.

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Mounting Hole Dimensions 142 mm 200 mm Single-Cabinet Mini-shelter 899 mm 850 mm 216 mm 899 mm 850 mm Ø16 mm Front Door side 200 mm Dual-Cabinet Mini-shelter 899 mm 850 mm 216 mm 1748 mm 1699 mm Ø16 mm Front Door side Cabinet-Combination Mini-shelter (1+1) 200 mm 1813 mm 15 mm 899 mm 850 mm 216 mm 899 mm 850 mm Ø16 mm Front Door side 4 .

2. Φ8. and Φ 16 drill bit Claw hammer Wire stripper Measuring tape Segmented blade utility knife Hydraulic pliers Multimeter Marker Diagonal pliers Optional Tools Pallet truck Step ladder M12 lifting eye (purchased onsite) 5 Rivet gun Crane .Cabinet-Combination Mini-shelter (1+1+1) 200 mm 2727 mm 15 mm 15 mm 899 mm 850 mm 216 mm 899 mm 850 mm Ø16 mm Front Door side Tools Mandatory Tools Flat-head screwdriver (2-6 mm Phillips screwdriver (M3-M6) Adjustable wrench Protective gloves COAX crimping tool Level Hammer drill (Φ4.

see step 7 on page 20.4 m high. Securing a Single Cabinet Install expansion bolts in the mounting holes at the four corners of the cabinet bottom to secure the cabinet. Draw four holes Move the cabinet Drill holes Secure the expansion tube Remove the expansion bolts 23 Move back the base Install and secure expansion bolts . If the cabinet is 2.Installing a Single-Cabinet Mini-shelter As a Whole Installing a Single Cabinet Insert the pallet truck into the holes at the bottom of the cabinet and move the cabinet to the installation place using a pallet track. remove the two supports from the base after securing the cabinet. For details about how to remove the supports.

38 The three ports to the door status sensors are in series. insert a short-circuit wire into the idle door status port. . Port to the door status sensor Short-circuit wire UIM02C 2. Connect the door status sensor. Secure the cable connection box of the door status sensor to the upper right corner of the cabinet using two M3 x 12 mm screws.Installing Components in a Mini-shelter Installing a Door Status Sensor 1. If you need to connect two door status sensors. Cable connection description of the door status sensor on a single-cabinet Mini-shelter: Connect the signal cable of the door status sensor to the related terminal on the user interface module 02C (UIM02C). Secure the magnet box of the door status sensor to the upper left corner of the compartment door using two M3 x 12 mm screws. 2. The figure on the left in for reference only. Secure the door status sensor. 1. as shown in the following figure. Door status sensor Connect one end of the signal cable to the door status port on the signal transfer board to output signals from the output port and the other end of the signal cable to a port on the monitoring equipment.

Secure the signal transfer board.Installing a Signal Transfer Board A signal transfer board applies only to the dual-cabinet and triple-cabinet scenario and connects to a maximum of three door status sensors and three smoke sensors. Secure the signal transfer board close to the monitoring equipment in the 19-inch equipment compartment. 2. 1. Door status sensors and smoke sensors connect to the signal transfer board to output alarm information. 40 . Connect cables to the signal transfer board. as shown in the following figure.

Installing a Battery Temperature Sensor 1. 2. Connect the battery temperature sensor. Secure the water sensor. The following figure shows the port on the UIM02C to connect to signal cables of the battery temperature sensor. 2. Place the battery temperature sensor on the right rack in the middle of the battery compartment and secure it by using a cable tie. Secure the battery temperature sensor. Connect the water sensor The following figure shows the port on the UIM02C to connect to signal cables of the water sensor. Sensor probe Installing a Water Sensor 1. Water sensor 42 . Secure the water sensor to the cabinet bottom by using a cable tie.

45 . When installing the ETP48200. install the power subrack. Place the base onto the transit bracket and align the mounting holes in the base with the expansion bolt holes in the transit bracket.Installing the ETP48200 Slide the embedded telecom power (ETP48200) into the 19-inch rack along the guide rails and tighten it using eight M6 screws. Installing the BTS3900 Adjust the eight square nuts on the transit bracket based on the four mounting holes in the BTS3900 base. Then fasten the two M12 x 50 bolts in front of the cabinet using a torque wrench. take out the PSUs. Push the cabinet along the base till the cabinet rear is level with the base rear. and then reinstall the PSUs. Then secure the base using the four M10 x 50 bolts on the transit bracket.

Connecting Storage Batteries Two groups of 12 V vertical AGM batteries with two separate outputs Three-layer vertical 12 V AGM batteries with one output 2. Three-layer vertical 12 V AGM batteries with one output Two-layer vertical 2 V absorbed glass mat (AGM) batteries (400Ah for maximum) 54 . Install cables for storage batteries in the 1.5 m high cabinet.

Metal strip Do not let the metal strip on the right side disconnect. Remove the six M5 screws from the feeder window to pull out the cover. Insert the rubber plug with routed cables into the feeder window and tighten the M8 screw to the right side using a wrench. remove the entire rubber plug. Secure the cover to the feeder window using six M5 screws.Routing Cables Through a Feeder Window Install the feeder window to the wall panel of the communications equipment compartment (with BTS racks). 55 . Feeder window Loosen one M8 screw to the right of the feeder window. and pull out the required number of cable hole rubber plugs. Open the rubber plug and insert the cable to the cable hole through the clearance.

On the concrete floor around the Mini-shelter. do not install the outdoor ground bar on the steel base of the Mini-shelter. tightened using an antitheft wrench Under the feeder window in the rear wall panel of the Mini-shelter Drill four holes on the wall panel. Ground bar securing plate M8 x 20 (2 PCS) antitheft screw.. If install base plates for the steel base of the Minishelter .Installing an Outdoor Ground Bar Install the outdoor ground bar on the steel base of the Mini-shelter (recommended). Concrete pad 62 . Secure the ground bar using four D4 rivets.

PGND cables must not be routed in from above. block the cable holes in the seal cover using black mud. When routing multiple power cables. Both ends of the external conductor of a coaxial cable and the shield layer of a shielded cable should have good electrical contact with the metal shell of the device they connect to. Cables routed along the floor should be protected with protection tubes that comply with NFPA70 standards. and signal cables respectively. Switches or fuses must not be installed on PGND cables. Remove the seal cover from the bottom. 65 . All conductive metal in the metal shell are connected to protection ground terminals properly. Routing Cables out from the Cabinet Route external cables into the cabinet through the cable holes at the cabinet bottom. and free of damage. Plug the cable hole using the processed seal cover. the OT terminal on the cabinet door should face upwards. clear. 2. Routed cables are labeled clearly. and signal cables are routed separately and are at least 30 mm away from each other. ground cables. Cut a hole in the seal cover along the lines using a knife or a pair of scissors based on the cross-sectional area of the cable. Routed cables are close to each other. 3.Routing Cables in a Mini-shelter Requirements for Cable Routing Requirements for routing commons: Cables are routed through cable trays at both sides of the rack and cable trays at the rack top. and signal cables should be greater than or equal to five times the radii of power cables. Cables to temperature control equipment are bundled first in the cable beam in the upper right of the Mini-shelter and then routed to the cabinet. Cable ties in the same position should be at the same level. PGND cables and signal cable should be bundled separately with a proper distance to avoid interference. They must be underground or routed indoors. ground cables. Cables should be routed separately without interference. After routing external cables to the Mini-shelter from the cable holes at the bottom of the Mini-shelter. Requirements for routing special cables: For power cables: –48 V DC power cables are bundled together. 1. When the cabinet door is connected to the ground screws at the cabinet bottom using a ground cable. The cable can be routed through the hole in the seal cover. No joint is found in a new power cable. transmission cables. bundle them. For protection ground (PGND) cables: PGND cables in a base station should be connected to the same ground bar. Power cables. The bending radii of power cables. Cable ties are bundled neatly to the same direction. the OT terminal at the cabinet bottom should face inwards.

All ground cables are routed straightly and bound neatly. An indoor ground bar should be installed in the cabinet and near the ACDB or power system (when no ACDB is configured). Principles for connecting ground cables: No. 2.Installing PGND Cables 1. so cables should be secured using tools such as an adjustable wrench. Ground screws in the cabinet are hexagonal head screws. Description No. a solid wrench. a socket wrench to ensure proper grounding. Description 1 From the indoor ground busbar to the outdoor PGND bar 6 From the other equipment to the nearest ground bolt in the rack 2 From the ACDB to the indoor ground busbar 7 From the cabinet door to the ground bolts at the cabinet bottom 3 From the power system to the indoor ground busbar 8 From a rack in a compartment to another rack in another compartment 4 From the BTS to the indoor ground busbar 5 From the rack to the indoor ground busbar 69 .

the SPD will be damaged. Do not connect the N wire to the ground screw. Connect the single-phase AC input power cable. do not confuse the L (brown) and N (blue) wires. If the AC input cable has a PE (yellow and green) wire. connect the PE wire to the indoor ground bar in the Mini-shelter. Otherwise.Installing Power Cables Installing Power Cables for the ETP48200-A6 Load low voltage disconnection (LLVD) circuit breaker Battery low voltage disconnection (BLVD) circuit breaker Wiring terminal N Ground bar AC input circuit breaker Battery circuit breaker DC output positive busbar (RTN+) AC output circuit breaker SMU02B UIM02C Rectifier (PSU) Connect the three-phase AC input power cable. When the single-phase AC input is supplied to the ETP48200. Short-circuiting copper bar 70 .

Connecting the Temperature Control Equipment Connecting the Intelligent Heat Exchanger Connecting the Heat Exchanger DC power cable Dry contact signal cable AC power cable System power System power DC power cable Monitoring module Dry contact signal cable Connecting the TEC Monitoring module Connecting the Natural-Ventilation Unit DC power cable Signal cable DC power cable System power System power Monitoring module Signal cable 75 Monitoring module .

and DIN2 on the UIM02C of the ETP48200 and related these DIN alarms to DO8 (ALM8 on UIM02C) on the SMU02B panel. DC circuit breaker: 6 A AC circuit breaker: 16 A. If there are at least two temperature control devices. Model HX02 HX04 DC circuit breaker: 4 A DC circuit breaker: 6 A HX05 DC circuit breaker: 12 A TEC Natural-ventilation unit AH1500D AH3000D PC500D DC circuit breaker: 12 A DC circuit breaker: 4 A DC circuit breaker: 20 A DC circuit breaker: 32 A AC circuit breaker: 10 A. DIN4. see the ETP48200-A6 and ETP48200-B6 User Manual. DC power cable For details. connect its signal cable to the DIN6 port on the UIM02C of the ETP48200 and relate DIN6 alarms to DO8 (ALM8 on UIM02C) on the SMU02B panel. connect their signal cables to ports DIN6. System power Monitoring module Dry contact signal cable The following table lists circuit breakers with various capacities.Connecting the DC Air Conditioner(PC500D) Connecting the AC Air Conditioner(PC500) Connecting the DC Intelligent Heat Exchanger If there is only one temperature control device. DIN3. DC circuit breaker: 6 A DC circuit breaker: 6 A Heater AC circuit breaker: 15 A AH1500 AH3000 76 Circuit Breaker Capacity .

If the dry contact is open. If the dry contact is open. no alarm is generated. The dry contact can be user-defined. If the dry contact is open. no alarm is generated. Fuse or circuit breaker alarm If the dry contact is closed. Door opening alarm If the dry contact is closed.Ports on the Monitoring Unit No. PSU fault If the dry contact is closed. If the dry contact is open. an alarm is generated. If the dry contact is open. an alarm is generated. an alarm is generated. no alarm is generated. The dry contact can be user-defined. If the dry contact is open. Boolean value input signal 1 port ALM1 4 Description Ambient temperature and humidity sensor signal port WATER Water sensor signal port TEMP1 Temperature detection sensor port 1 (for fan speed adjustment) TEMP2 Temperature detection sensor port 2 (for fan speed adjustment) GATE Door status sensor signal port SMOKE Smoke sensor signal port BTEMP Battery temperature sensor port All ports in this manual are protected by a security mechanism. an alarm is generated. an alarm is generated. Reports alarms for DC overvoltage or undervoltage. no alarm is generated. The dry contact can be user-defined. no alarm is generated. an alarm is generated. no alarm is generated. The dry contact can be user-defined. The dry contact can be user-defined. Heater or temperature control equipment alarm If the dry contact is closed. The dry contact can be user-defined. 1 2 3 Port Type FE port Communications port RS485/232 Communications port RS485/232 Silkscreen - One FE port for northbound communication - Northbound communications RJ45 port (one RS485/232 port) COM DIN1 DIN2 Boolean value input signal 2 port DIN3 Boolean value input signal 3 port DIN4 Boolean value input signal 4 port DIN5 Heater fault (Boolean value input signal 5 port) DIN6 Temperature control equipment fault (Boolean value input signal 6 port) ALM2 ALM3 ALM4 Dry contact output port ALM5 ALM6 ALM7 ALM8 5 Boolean value input port TEM_HUM 6 Sensor input port Southbound communications RJ45 port (one RS485 port) AC power outage If the dry contact is closed. If the dry contact is open. If the dry contact is open. an alarm is generated. Alarm for the battery temperature or ambient temperature If the dry contact is closed. an alarm is generated. The dry contact can be user-defined. If the dry contact is closed. SPD failure If the dry contact is closed. The dry contact can be user-defined. no alarm is generated. 79 . no alarm is generated.

2 There is no unnecessary adhesive tape or cable tie on the cables. Check That 1 The cabinet is placed in the planned position. Checking the Installation Environment No. especially the bolts used for electric connection. Flat washers and spring washers are installed properly.Checking the Installation Checking the Cabinet Installation No. 7 Cable labels are correct. Check That 1 The cabinet surface is clean and free of dirt and fingerprints. 2 All bolts are tightened. 81 . or packing materials. cable ties. 4 The cabinet is clear and complies with dustproof requirements. 6 The cabinet door and lock work properly. 5 The paint on the cabinet exterior is intact. 3 The inside of the cabinet contains no waste tape. and complete. clear. paper. 4 Objects around the cabinet are intact and clean. 3 The cabinet is clean and free of dust and other materials.

and internal cables are correctly connected and screws are secured. 10 Storage batteries are connected correctly. 82 . 8 Wiring terminal of storage batteries are free of damage. break. 5 Power cables and PGND cables are routed and bundles separately from other cables. 3 The length of ground cables and power cables is correct. 7 The excess section of a cable strip should be cut evenly. 7 Storage batteries are clear and experience no leakage. cracks. 5 The routed cable should be convenient for future maintenance and expansion. 2 Exposed parts near the wiring terminals and lugs are wrapped in PVC insulation tape or heat shrinking tubing.Checking Electrical Connections No. Check That 1 All cable joints are secured properly. and acid leakage. 9 Battery safety valves remain intact and experience no acid leakage. 4 Lugs for power cables and PGND cables are soldered or crimped securely. AC power cables. No short circuit occurs during power input or output. Cable diameters are correct. 6 All labels at the cable ends are clear. 6 Storage batteries are free of damage. No switches or fuses are installed on the cables and no short circuit occurs. 3 The flat washers and spring washers of all wiring terminals are securely installed. Checking Cable Installation No. especially the cable joints between network cables and at the cabinet bottom. 2 The ground cable. Check That 1 All ground cables are copper cables. and bulge. 4 Cables are bound neatly and cable ties are secured evenly and properly.

168. The preset user name is admin. For details. An administrator can add and delete users and change the user name and password on a web page. Off No minor alarm or warning is generated. and the preset user password is 001. Blinking at 0. Third-level Menu System Para Quick Settings Contact the element management system (EMS).5 Hz The SMU02B is running properly and communicates with the host properly. On A critical or major alarm is generated. see the ETP48200-A6 and ETP48200-B6 User Manual.255. Check the indicators on the SMU02B. On A minor alarm or warning is generated. Power on the SMU02B and check signal cable connections. 3. Main Menu Second-level Menu Fourthlevel Menu Default Value NetEco Main IP - - NetEco Bak IP - - NetEco Port - 31200 LUI Language - 本地语言 Set Time Zone - GMT +8:00 Qty of Battery - - 1 Rated Capacity - - 150Ah Set Date - - - Set Time - - - IP Address - - 192.Setting Parameters of the ETP48200(SMU02B) 1. 2. If the Run indicator (green) on the SMU02B panel is blinking and the LCD is on.0. Blinking at 4 Hz The SMU02B is running properly but communicates with the host abnormally. see the M2000 configuration file. Silk Screen Meaning Color Running indicator Minor alarm indicator Yellow Major alarm indicator Red Set SMU02B parameters. 2 Set the number and capacity of battery strings. Off No critical or major alarm is generated. 84 .0. as described in the following table. 3 Green Status Description Off No power is supplied or the indicator is faulty. A user password is required for accessing the Settings menu. the SMU02B is successfully powered on. For details about how to set parameters for the M2000.1 Comm Para Settings Set the date and time.0 Gateway - - 192. and submit environment monitoring parameters of the ETP48200(UIM02C) to the EMS (M2000) for correct configuration. 1 Set the display language.168.10 Subnet Mask - - 255.255.

refer to the associated user guides. check that the IP address is set correctly. switch on the battery circuit breaker only after correctly setting the battery parameters.6 V. In case of voltage inconsistency or abnormality. then re-install the cover of the distribution unit. If no alarm (except for door alarm) is generated on the SMU LCD. BAT ON OFF Check the PSU indicators. Check whether the EMS receives information from the TP48200. as described in the following table. On An alarm is reported. Check that the voltage between the DC output positive busbar (RTN+) and DC output terminal is consistent with the voltage on the battery terminal and the voltage on the monitoring module. BLVD circuit breaker. If the loads are not running properly. Switch on or off the AC input circuit breaker. and current/voltage parameters of the storage battery and loads are set properly. ask professional and qualified personnel to troubleshoot the fault. Off No alarm is generated. Switch on the BLVD and LLVD circuit breakers. Check that the voltage between the DC output positive busbar (RTN+) and DC output terminal is within the normal range (43. Off No power output is provided. and LLVD circuit breaker based on onsite conditions.Powering On and Commissioning the ETP48200 To avoid damage to storage batteries. Blinking at 4 Hz Program is being loaded. battery circuit breaker. Check the operating status of loads. If no. The indicator is back to normal after the load is complete.2-57. rated voltage: 53. Switch on the AC input circuit breaker. Observe the ETP48200 for 15 minutes. 85 . Switch off the AC input circuit breaker. Silk Screen Meaning Color Running indicator Green ALM indicator Yellow Fault indicator Red Status Description On The PSU is running properly. DC output breaker. On A fault occurs. Off The PSU is running properly without faults. Switch on the battery circuit breaker.5 V).

Appendix Preparing an OT Terminal and Cord End Terminal 88 .

choose fonts of proper size to make your hardwiring readable and aesthetic. The font size and number of letters are decided based on actual conditions. Standard font template 0 9 I R 1 A J S 2 B K T 3 C L U 4 D M V 5 E N W 6 F O X 7 G P Y 8 H Q Z Handwriting direction: (1) The handwriting direction of characters on the power cable label is the same as the direction of "TO: ". 89 . When filling only Chinese characters.Cable Label Handwriting Description Fonts: To make fonts easy to read and look aesthetic. you are not recommended to use them because handwriting with ballpoint pens is hard to read. for example. comply with standard font templates (Chinese font) requirements when writing labels onsite. (2) The direction of characters on the signal cable label is as follows: Pen: To make fonts easy to read and look aesthetic. International users can decide fonts based on actual conditions. use dedicated black grease pens for handwriting. In special conditions. You can purchase black grease pens (excluding ballpoint pens) based on actual conditions. there is a shortage of dedicated pens or the dedicated pencils are missing. The standard font template is as described in the following table. you can use black ballpoint pens. as shown in the following figure. However.

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