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About This Document


Purpose
This document describes the DC power system in terms of product overview, components,
installation, commissioning, and maintenance. This document also describes operations for
the site monitoring unit (SMU) and rectifiers.
The figures provided in this document are for reference only.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:

Sales engineers

Technical support engineers

Maintenance 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 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,
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.
NOTE is used to address information not related to personal injury,
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Change History
Changes between document issues are cumulative. The latest document issue contains all the
changes made in earlier issues.

Issue 02 (2013-12-28)
Updated section 4.7 Securing Signal Cables, and 4.10 Installing AC Input Power Cables
Added section 4.1.2 Installation Space.

Issue 01 (2013-07-02)
This issue is the first official release.

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Contents
About This Document .................................................................................................................... ii
1 Overview......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Model Number Description .......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.3 System Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 1
1.4 Working Principles........................................................................................................................................................ 2
1.5 Configurations .............................................................................................................................................................. 3

2 Components ................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1 Appearance ................................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.2 PDU .............................................................................................................................................................................. 5
2.3 Rectifier ........................................................................................................................................................................ 6
2.4 SMU02B ....................................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.5 UIM ............................................................................................................................................................................ 12

3 Safety ............................................................................................................................................. 16
3.1 Health and Safety ........................................................................................................................................................ 16
3.1.1 Overview ................................................................................................................................................................. 16
3.1.2 Electrical Safety ....................................................................................................................................................... 18
3.1.3 Inflammable Environment ....................................................................................................................................... 19
3.1.4 Mechanical Safety ................................................................................................................................................... 19
3.1.5 Bundling Signal Cables ........................................................................................................................................... 20
3.2 Equipment Safety........................................................................................................................................................ 20
3.2.1 Electricity Safety ..................................................................................................................................................... 20
3.2.2 Electrostatic Discharge ............................................................................................................................................ 21
3.2.3 Laying Out Cables ................................................................................................................................................... 21
3.2.4 Rectifier ................................................................................................................................................................... 21

4 Installation.................................................................................................................................... 22
4.1 Installation Preparations ............................................................................................................................................. 22
4.1.1 Tools ........................................................................................................................................................................ 22
4.1.2 Installation Space ..................................................................................................................................................... 23
4.1.3 Requirements for Cable Routing ............................................................................................................................. 23
4.1.4 Unpacking and Acceptance ...................................................................................................................................... 23

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4.2 Installing a Subrack .................................................................................................................................................... 24


4.3 Installing Components ................................................................................................................................................ 25
4.3.1 Installing a Rectifier ................................................................................................................................................ 25
4.4 Removing Epoxy Boards ............................................................................................................................................ 25
4.5 Installing Ground Cables ............................................................................................................................................ 26
4.6 (Optional) Installing Dry Contact Signal Cables ........................................................................................................ 28
4.7 Securing Signal Cables ............................................................................................................................................... 29
4.7.1 Securing Signal Cables Using Cable Clips .............................................................................................................. 29
4.7.2 Securing Signal Cables Using Cable Ties ................................................................................................................ 30
4.8 Installing the Communications Cables ....................................................................................................................... 30
4.8.1 WebUI Management ................................................................................................................................................ 30
4.8.2 NetEco Management................................................................................................................................................ 31
4.8.3 Third-Party NMS Management (over SNMP) ......................................................................................................... 32
4.8.4 Connecting to Huawei BBU (over Dry Contacts, M2000 Management) ................................................................ 33
4.9 Installing DC Output Power Cables ............................................................................................................................ 35
4.10 Installing Battery Cables ........................................................................................................................................... 37
4.11 Installing AC Input Power Cables ............................................................................................................................. 40
4.11.1 Installing AC Input Power Cables for the ETP48200-C5A1 ................................................................................. 41
4.11.2 Installing AC Input Power Cables for the ETP48200-C5A3 ................................................................................. 42

5 Verifying the Installation .......................................................................................................... 45


5.1 Checking Hardware Installation ................................................................................................................................. 45
5.2 Checking Electrical Connections ................................................................................................................................ 45
5.3 Checking Cable Installation ........................................................................................................................................ 45

6 Commissioning............................................................................................................................ 46
6.1 Connecting the AC Power........................................................................................................................................... 46
6.2 Setting the Display Language ..................................................................................................................................... 46
6.3 Setting the Date and Time ........................................................................................................................................... 46
6.4 Setting the AC Input System ....................................................................................................................................... 47
6.5 Setting Battery Parameters .......................................................................................................................................... 47
6.6 (Optional) Setting Sensor Parameters ......................................................................................................................... 48
6.7 (Optional) Setting the Hibernation Parameter ............................................................................................................ 49
6.8 Setting Communications Parameters .......................................................................................................................... 49
6.8.1 Setting Parameters Before Using WebUI Management ........................................................................................... 49
6.8.2 Setting Parameters Before Using the NetEco Management..................................................................................... 50
6.8.3 Setting Parameters Before Using the SNMP Management ...................................................................................... 52
6.9 Connecting the Battery Supply ................................................................................................................................... 55
6.10 Follow-up Procedure ................................................................................................................................................ 56

7 Maintenance ................................................................................................................................. 57
7.1 Routine Maintenance .................................................................................................................................................. 57
7.2 Rectifying Common Faults ......................................................................................................................................... 58
7.2.1 Mains Failure ........................................................................................................................................................... 58
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7.2.2 AC Over Volt ........................................................................................................................................................... 58


7.2.3 AC Under Volt ......................................................................................................................................................... 58
7.2.4 DC Over Volt ........................................................................................................................................................... 58
7.2.5 DC Under Volt ......................................................................................................................................................... 59
7.2.6 Batt Over Curr ......................................................................................................................................................... 59
7.2.7 Load Off................................................................................................................................................................... 60
7.2.8 Batt Off .................................................................................................................................................................... 60
7.2.9 Batt Loop Trip.......................................................................................................................................................... 60
7.2.10 Amb. Over Temp .................................................................................................................................................... 61
7.2.11 Amb. Under Temp .................................................................................................................................................. 61
7.2.12 Amb. Over Humi ................................................................................................................................................... 62
7.2.13 Amb. Under Humi ................................................................................................................................................. 62
7.2.14 Batt Over Temp ...................................................................................................................................................... 62
7.2.15 Batt Under Temp .................................................................................................................................................... 63
7.2.16 Door Alarm ............................................................................................................................................................ 63
7.2.17 Water Alarm ........................................................................................................................................................... 63
7.2.18 Smoke Alarm ......................................................................................................................................................... 64
7.2.19 Rect Fault ............................................................................................................................................................... 64
7.2.20 Rect Protect............................................................................................................................................................ 64
7.2.21 Rect Comm Fault ................................................................................................................................................... 65
7.2.22 Load Fuse Break .................................................................................................................................................... 65
7.2.23 AC SPD Alarm ....................................................................................................................................................... 65
7.2.24 DC SPD Alarm ...................................................................................................................................................... 65
7.3 Identifying Component Faults .................................................................................................................................... 66
7.3.1 Identifying AC SPD Faults ...................................................................................................................................... 66
7.3.2 Identifying Circuit Breaker Faults ........................................................................................................................... 66
7.3.3 Identifying Rectifier Faults ...................................................................................................................................... 66
7.3.4 Identifying SMU Faults ........................................................................................................................................... 66
7.4 Replacing Components ............................................................................................................................................... 67
7.4.1 Replacing a Rectifier ............................................................................................................................................... 67
7.4.2 Replacing an SMU ................................................................................................................................................... 68
7.4.3 Replacing the Main Board of UIM02C.................................................................................................................... 69
7.4.4 Replacing an AC SPD .............................................................................................................................................. 71
7.4.5 Replacing a Circuit Breaker ..................................................................................................................................... 72

A Technical Specifications ........................................................................................................... 74


B Electrical Conceptual Diagram ................................................................................................ 78
C Associations Between Alarms and Dry Contacts on the UIM ........................................... 80
D Acronyms and Abbreviations.................................................................................................. 81

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Overview

1.1 Introduction
ETP48200-C5A1 and ETP48200-C5A3 are embedded telecom power systems that supply
power to -48 V DC communications equipment with a maximum current of 200 A.

1.2 Model Number Description


Figure 1-1 shows the model number description for the ETP48200-C5A1 and
ETP48200-C5A3.
Figure 1-1 Model number description for the ETP48200-C5A1 and ETP48200-C5A3

1.3 System Features

Wide voltage range of 85 V AC to 300 V AC.

Comprehensive battery management.

Network application over a fast Ethernet (FE) port and an RS485/RS232 port.

Communication with Huawei NetEco or third-party network management systems


(NMSs) over protocols such as the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) to enable remote management and
unattended working.

Remote software upgrade.

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Liquid crystal display (LCD) for display and operations.

Web user interface (WebUI) for display and operations.

Display in multiple optional languages, such as English, Chinese, Italian, French,


Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian.

Hot swapping of rectifiers and the SMU.

Rectifier power factor up to 0.99.

1.4 Working Principles


Figure 1-2 shows the conceptual diagram. AC power enters rectifiers through the AC power
distribution unit (PDU). The rectifiers convert the AC power input into -48 V DC power
output, which is directed by the DC PDU to DC loads along different routes.
When the AC power is normal, rectifiers power DC loads and charge batteries. When the AC
power is absent, rectifiers stop working and batteries start to power loads. After the AC power
resumes, rectifiers power DC loads and charge batteries again.
The SMU monitors the operating status of each component in the power system in real time
and performs appropriate intelligent control. When detecting a fault, the SMU generates an
alarm.
Figure 1-2 Conceptual diagram

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1.5 Configurations
Table 1-1 describes configurations of the ETP48200-C5A1 and ETP48200-C5A3.
Table 1-1 Configurations of the ETP48200-C5A1 and ETP48200-C5A3
Item

ETP48200-C5A1

Subrack

1 U space for installing rectifiers

4 U space for installing power distribution components

AC PDU: AC input circuit breaker

DC PDU: battery low voltage disconnection (BLVD),


load low voltage disconnection (LLVD), and battery
branch

PDU

ETP48200-C5A3

Rectifier

A maximum of four R4850G2s

SMU

SMU02B

User interface module


(UIM)

UIM02C

Surge protective device


(SPD)

AC SPD: Nominal discharge current: 30 kA, maximum


discharge current: 60 kA (8/20 s)
DC SPD: Differential mode: 10 kA; common mode: 20 kA
(8/20 s)

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Components

2.1 Appearance
Figure 2-1 shows an ETP48200-C5A1. Figure 2-2 shows an ETP48200-C5A3.
Figure 2-1 ETP48200-C5A1

(1) Ground screw

(2) AC input circuit


breaker

(3) SMU

(4) Battery switch


(behind the cover)

(5) Space for installing


rectifiers

(6) UIM

(7) Battery circuit


breakers

(8) BLVD circuit breakers

(9) LLVD circuit breakers

(10) AC SPD

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Figure 2-2 ETP48200-C5A3

(1) Ground screw

(2) AC input circuit breaker

(3) SMU

(4) Battery switch


(behind the cover)

(5) Space for installing


rectifiers

(6) UIM

(7) Battery circuit


breakers

(8) BLVD circuit breakers

(9) LLVD circuit breakers

(10) AC SPD

Before delivery, the RTN+ busbar is short-circuited with the subrack PE terminal by default.

2.2 PDU
This section describes the appearance and features of the AC and DC PDU.
Figure 2-3 and Figure 2-4 show the AC and DC PDU of the ETP48200-C5A1 and
ETP48200-C5A3 respectively. Table 2-1 shows the specifications of the AC and DC PDUs for
the ETP48200-C5A1 and ETP48200-C5A3.
Figure 2-3 ETP48200-C5A1 PDU panel

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Figure 2-4 ETP48200-C5A3 PDU panel

Table 2-1 PDU specification


Item

ETP48200-C5A1

ETP48200-C5A3

Input system

220/380 V AC, three-phase,


four-wire compatible with
220 V AC single-phase

110 V AC dual-live wire


compatible with 220 V AC
single-phase

AC power distribution

One 3-pole 63 A circuit


breaker

One 2-pole 125 A circuit


breaker

DC power distribution

BLVD: four 1-pole 16 A circuit breakers and two 1-pole


10 A circuit breakers

LLVD: one 1-pole 100 A circuit breaker, one 1-pole 63


A circuit breaker, and four 1-pole 32 A circuit breakers

Battery route

Two 1-pole 125 A circuit breakers

2.3 Rectifier
Appearance
Rectifiers convert AC input into stable 48 V DC output. Figure 2-5 shows a rectifier.

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Figure 2-5 Rectifier

Panel
Figure 2-6 shows the rectifier panel.
Figure 2-6 Rectifier front panel

(1) Power indicator

(2) Alarm indicator

(4) Locking latch

(5) Handle

(3) Fault indicator

Indicators
Table 2-2 describes the indicators on the rectifier panel.
Table 2-2 Rectifier indicators
Indicator

Color

Status

Description

Power
indicator

Green

Steady on

The rectifier has an AC power input.

Off

The rectifier has no AC power input.

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Color

Status

Description
The rectifier is faulty.

Alarm
indicator

Yellow

Blinking at
0.5 Hz

The rectifier is being queried.

Blinking at 4
Hz

The rectifier is loading an application program.

Off

No alarm is generated.

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
indicator

Red

Blinking at
0.5 Hz

The communication between the rectifier and the


SMU is interrupted.

Off

The rectifier is running properly.

Steady on

The rectifier locks out due to output overvoltage.


The rectifier has no output due to an internal fault.

2.4 SMU02B
Appearance
Figure 2-7 shows an SMU02B.
Figure 2-7 SMU02B appearance

Panel
Figure 2-8 shows an SMU02B panel.

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Figure 2-8 SMU02B panel

(1) Run indicator

(2) Minor alarm indicator

(3) Major alarm indicator

(4) Button

(5) USB port (reserved)

(6) RS485/RS232 port

(7) Handle

(8) Locking latch

(9) FE port

(10) Liquid crystal display (LCD)

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

Off

The SMU does not generate any minor


alarms.

Steady on

The SMU generates a minor alarm.

Off

No critical or major alarm is generated.

Steady on

A critical or major alarm is generated.

Minor alarm
indicator

Major alarm
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Red

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Button
Table 2-4 describes the buttons on the SMU02B panel.
Table 2-4 SMU02B button description
Button

Name

Description

Up

Turns to the previous menu or sets parameter values.


When setting parameter values, you can hold down
quickly adjust values.

Down

to

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.

Confirm

Enters the main menu from the standby screen.

Enters a submenu from the main menu.

Saves the menu settings.

Communication Port
Table 2-5 describes the communication ports on the SMU02B panel.
Table 2-5 SMU02B communication port description
Communicat
ion Port

Communicatio
ns Parameter

Communications
Protocol

Function

FE port

10/100 M
auto-adaptation

HTTPS, NetEco network


management system
(NMS), and simple
network management
protocol (SNMP)
protocols

Connects to an
upper-level NMS

RS485/RS232
port

Baud rate: 9600


bit/s

NetEco NMS protocol

Connects to upper-level
device such as BBU

Note:
All ports mentioned above support the security mechanism.

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Figure 2-9 Pins in the FE port and RS485/RS232 port

Table 2-6 Pin definitions for the FE port


Pin

Signal

Description

TX+

Sends data.

TX-

RX+

RX-

4, 5, 7, and 8

None

Receives data.

Table 2-7 Pin definitions for the RS485/RS232 port


Pin

Signal

Description

TX+

Sends data over RS485.

TX-

RX+

RX-

RX232

Receives data over RS232.

TX232

Sends data over RS232.

PGND

Connects to the ground.

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2.5 UIM
Panel
The user interface module 02C (UIM02C) supports eight dry contact outputs, nine Boolean
value inputs (including six universal dry contact inputs, one smoke sensor input, one water
sensor input, and one door status sensor input), and four analog parameter inputs (including
one ambient temperature and humidity input, two ambient temperature inputs, and one battery
temperature input).
Figure 2-10 shows the UIM02C panel.
Figure 2-10 UIM02C panel

Port
Table 2-8 UIM02C ports
Port Type

Silk Screen

Description

Sensor port

TEM-HUM

Ambient 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

DIN1

NOTE
For the associations between the dry contact input
ports and alarms, see the appendix.

Dry contact input

DIN2
DIN3
DIN4
DIN5
DIN6
Dry contact output

ALM1
ALM2

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Silk Screen

Description
ports and alarms, see the appendix.

ALM3
ALM4
ALM5
ALM6
ALM7
ALM8
Communications
port

COM

RS485 port

Communication Port
Table 2-9 COM communication port description
Communicat
ion Port

Communicatio
ns Parameter

Communications
Protocol

Function

COM port

Baud rate: 9600


bit/s

M/S and Modbus


protocol

Connects to lower-level
devices such as the Batt.
cell detector, DC Air
Conditioner

Note:
The port mentioned above supports the security mechanism.

Figure 2-11 Pins in the COM port

Table 2-10 Pin definitions for the COM port


Pin

Signal

Description

RX+

Receives data over RS485.

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Pin

Signal

Description

RX-

TX+

TX-

PGND

Connects to the ground.

3, 7, 8

None

Sends data over RS485.

Pins
Figure 2-12 shows the pin numbers of the sensor ports. Table 2-11 defines the pins.
Figure 2-12 UIM02C pin numbers

Table 2-11 UIM02C pin definitions


Silkscreen

No.

Pin Definitions

TEM-HUM

12 V

ENV_TEMP

12 V

ENV_HUM

12 V

WATER

GND

Not defined

WATER

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Silkscreen

No.

Pin Definitions

TEMP1

GND

TEMP1

GND

TEMP2

GATE+

GATE-

SMOKE

12 V

GND

BTEMP1

TEMP2

GATE

SMOKE

BTEMP

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Safety

3.1 Health and Safety


3.1.1 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.

This product should be used in the environment that meets design specifications.
Otherwise, the product may be damaged, and the resulting product exceptions or
component damage are beyond the warranty scope.

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.

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Installation

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

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.

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 mm2.

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.

Ground

Power Supply

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.

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).

Operator

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

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

3.1.2 Electrical Safety


High Voltage

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.

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.

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

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

High Electrical Leakage

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.

3.1.3 Inflammable Environment


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

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

3.1.4 Mechanical Safety


Drilling Holes

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.

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After drilling, clean the metal scraps immediately.

Sharp Objects

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

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

3.1.5 Bundling Signal Cables

Do not bundle signal cables with high current cables or high voltage cables.

Maintain a minimum space of 150 mm between adjacent ties.

3.2 Equipment Safety


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

3.2.2 Electrostatic Discharge

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).

3.2.3 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 0C.

Before laying out cables which have been stored in a temperature lower than 0C, 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.

3.2.4 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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Installation

4.1 Installation Preparations


4.1.1 Tools
Figure 4-1 lists the tools required for the installation.
Figure 4-1 Installation tools

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4.1.2 Installation Space


Figure 4-2 shows the required installation space.
Figure 4-2 Installation space

4.1.3 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.

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.

4.1.4 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 a Subrack


Procedure
Step 1 Install floating nuts.
Figure 4-3 Installing a floating nut

Step 2 Install the subrack to a 19-inch rack.


Figure 4-4 Installing a subrack

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4.3 Installing Components


4.3.1 Installing a Rectifier
Prerequisites

Rectifiers are found intact after unpacking and check. In case of any discrepancy, contact
your local Huawei office.

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

Procedure
Step 1 Push the locking latch towards the left.
Step 2 Draw the handle downwards.
Step 3 Gently push a rectifier into its slot along the guide rail.
Step 4 Push the handle upwards.
Step 5 Push the locking latch towards the right to secure the handle.
Figure 4-5 Installing a rectifier

----End

4.4 Removing Epoxy Boards


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

If the total cross-sectional area of all bundles of cables is less than the area of an epoxy
board, cut a hole in the board or reduce the board size for cable routing.

If the total cross-sectional area of all bundles of cables is greater than or equal to the area
of an epoxy board, remove the board for cable routing.

If the total cross-sectional area of all bundles of cables is greater than the total area of all
epoxy boards, remove the entire top cover for cable routing.

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Figure 4-6 Epoxy board

(1) Epoxy board

4.5 Installing Ground Cables


Figure 4-7 and Figure 4-8 show how to install the ground cables for the ETP48200-C5A1 and
ETP48200-C5A3 respectively.

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Figure 4-7 Installing the ground cable for the ETP48200-C5A1

(1) Ground bar

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Figure 4-8 Installing the ground cable for the ETP48200-C5A3

(1) Ground bar

4.6 (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.
Figure 4-9 Installing a dry contact signal cable

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4.7 Securing Signal Cables


Secure signal cables using cable clips or ties.

4.7.1 Securing Signal Cables Using Cable Clips


Procedure
Step 1 Insert the two cable clips into the related holes in the UIM02C panel, as shown in Figure 4-10.
Figure 4-10 Installing cable clips

(1) Cable clip

Step 2 Get the signal cables to be connected to the UIM02C stuck in the cable clips, as shown in
Figure 4-11.
Figure 4-11 Securing signal cables

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4.7.2 Securing Signal Cables Using Cable Ties


Procedure
Step 1 Route two cable ties into the corresponding holes in the UIM02C panel, as shown in Figure
4-12.
Figure 4-12 Installing cable ties

(1) Cable tie

Step 2 Bind UIM02C signal cables using the cable ties.


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4.8 Installing the Communications Cables


4.8.1 WebUI Management
Procedure
Step 1 Connect the FE port on the SMU by using a network cable, as shown in Figure 4-13.
Figure 4-13 Connecting a communications cable (for WebUI management)

(1) FE port

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4.8.2 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 4-14.
Figure 4-14 Connecting a communications cable (over FE)

(1) FE port

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Networking Mode 2: over an RS485 Port


Step 1 Delete the default power configuration from the BBU.

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
4-15.

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Figure 4-15 Connecting a communications cable (over the RS485 port)

(1) RS485/RS232 port

(2) Mon1 port

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4.8.3 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 4-16.
Figure 4-16 Connecting a communications cable (over SNMP)

(1) FE port

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4.8.4 Connecting to Huawei BBU (over Dry Contacts, M2000


Management)
Procedure
Step 1 Alarm signals are sent over dry contacts. Connect the dry contact signal cable to the
EXT-ALM port on the BBU, as shown in Figure 4-17.

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Figure 4-17 Connecting the UIM02C and the BBU

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In the SRAN site based on the BSC6900, the external alarm port number scope of the two slots is 0
to 7.

In the non-SRAN site based on the BSC6900, the scope is 0 to 15.

In the non-SRAN site based on the BSC6000, the scope is 1 to 16.

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4.9 Installing DC Output Power Cables


Prerequisites

Switch off all circuit breakers before installing DC power cables.

Procedure
Step 1 Open the front panel of the PDU.
Step 2 Route DC output power cables through the epoxy board on the top of the subrack.
Step 3 Connect the negative DC output cable to the DC output circuit breaker based on the actual
loads.
Step 4 Connect the positive DC output cable to the corresponding screw on the RTN+ busbar.
Install DC output power cables for the ETP48200-C5A1, as shown in Figure 4-18.

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Figure 4-18 Installing DC output power cables for the ETP48200-C5A1

(1) Load

Install DC output power cables for the ETP48200-C5A3, as shown in Figure 4-19.

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Figure 4-19 Installing DC output power cables for the ETP48200-C5A3

(1) Load

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4.10 Installing Battery Cables


Prerequisites

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Put on an insulation covering when using a screwdriver and tools alike. Otherwise, the
batteries would be burnt out and cause damage to human body.

Switch off battery circuit breakers before installing batteries.

During battery installation, never short-circuit or reversely connect positive and negative
battery terminals. Connect the negative battery cable before the positive battery cable.

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.

Procedure
Step 1 Connect negative battery cables to the battery circuit breakers.
Step 2 Connect positive battery cables to the RTN+ busbar.

When only one battery string is required, connect it to the place numbered 1, as shown in
Figure 4-20 and Figure 4-21. Otherwise, the battery current cannot be measured.
Figure 4-20 shows how to install battery cables for the ETP48200-C5A1.

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Figure 4-20 Installing battery cables for the ETP48200-C5A1

(1) Battery string 2

(2) Battery string 1

Figure 4-21 shows how to install battery cables for the ETP48200-C5A3.

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Figure 4-21 Installing battery cables for the ETP48200-C5A3

(1) Battery string 2

(2) Battery string 1

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4.11 Installing AC Input Power Cables

Switch off all circuit breakers before installing AC power cables.


The ETP48200-C5A1 supports the 220/380 V AC three-phase, four-wire and 220 V AC
single-phase input systems. The ETP48200-C5A3 supports the 220 V AC single-phase and
110 V AC dual-live wire input systems. Install AC input power cables based on site
requirements.

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4.11.1 Installing AC Input Power Cables for the ETP48200-C5A1


Installing 220/380 V AC Three-Phase, Four-Wire Input Power Cables
Step 1 Route 220/380 V AC three-phase, four-wire input power cables through the epoxy board on
the top of the subrack.
Step 2 Secure the power cables to corresponding AC input circuit breakers and wiring terminal, as
shown in Figure 4-22.
Figure 4-22 Installing 220/380 V AC three-phase, four-wire input power cables

(1) ACDB

----End

Installing 220 V AC Single-Phase Input Power Cables


Step 1 Take out a short-circuit copper bar from the fitting bag.

If the short-circuit copper bar, insulation cover, and insulation spacer in the fitting bag are not
factory-installed, secure the insulation spacer to the short-circuit copper bar.

If the short-circuit copper bar, insulation cover, and insulation spacer in the fitting bag are
factory-installed, remove the insulation cover.

Step 2 Insert the short-circuit copper bar into the AC input circuit breaker.
Step 3 Route 220 V AC single-phase input power cables through the epoxy board on the top of the
subrack.
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Step 4 Secure the live wire to the short-circuit copper bar, and neutral wire to the N wiring terminal.
Figure 4-23 Installing 220 V AC single-phase input power cables

(1) ACDB

Step 5 Secure the insulation cover to the short-circuit copper bar.


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4.11.2 Installing AC Input Power Cables for the ETP48200-C5A3


Installing 110 V AC Dual-Live-Wire Input Power Cables
Step 1 Route 110 V AC dual-live wire input power cables through the epoxy board on the top of the
subrack.
Step 2 Secure the power cables to corresponding AC input circuit breakers, as shown in Figure 4-24.

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Figure 4-24 Installing 110 V AC dual-live-wire input power cables

(1) ACDB

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Installing 220 V AC Single-Phase Input Power Cables


Step 1 Route 220 V AC single-phase input power cables through the epoxy board on the top of the
subrack.
Step 2 Secure the power cables to corresponding AC input circuit breakers, as shown in Figure 4-25.

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Figure 4-25 Installing 220 V AC single-phase input power cables

(1) ACDB
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Verifying the Installation

5.1 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.

5.2 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.

5.3 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

6.1 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

6.2 Setting the Display Language


After powering on the SMU, select English by pressing
press

or

on the LCD, and then

to enter the standby screen.

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

6.3 Setting the Date and Time

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.

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Table 6-1 Setting the date and time


Main Menu

Second-Level
Menu

Third-Level
Menu

Default Value

Setting Value

Setting Wizard

Date and Time

Data and time

Set to the local


date and time.

Time zone

UTC +08:00
Beijing

Set to the local


time zone.

NTP Enable

No

Yes/No

NOTE
The date and
time vary
according to
time zones. Set
the time zone,
date, and time
based on the
local situation.

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

6.4 Setting the AC Input System


Set the AC input system (Three Phases or Single Phase) based on site requirements.
Table 6-2 Setting the AC input system
Main
Menu

Second-

Third-

Fourth-

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Parameters
Settings

Power
System

Basic
Parameters

AC Type

Default
Value

Setting
Value

Three
Phases

Set to the
local power
supply input
system.

6.5 Setting Battery Parameters


Set Battery 1 Connected, Battery 1 Connected, Rated Capacity, Installation Time as
required.

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Table 6-3 Setting battery parameters


Main
Menu

Second-

Third-

Fourth-

Default
Value

Setting
Value

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Parameters
Settings

Battery

Basic
Parameters

Battery1
Connected

Yes

Battery2
Connected

Yes

If N battery
strings are
connected,
set Battery
1
Connected
to Battery N
Connected
to Yes, and
set the other
parameters
to No.

Rated
Capacity

150 Ah

Rated
capacity of
the batteries
in a battery
string.
NOTE
The batteries
connected to
one circuit
breaker or
fuse are
called a
battery
string.

Other
Parameters

Installation
Time

Set this
parameter to
the current
date.

Default
Value

Setting
Value

Set to Yes or
None based
on site

6.6 (Optional) Setting Sensor Parameters


Set sensor parameters based on site requirements.
Table 6-4 Setting sensor parameters
Main
Menu

Second-

Third-

Fourth-

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Parameters
Settings

Power
System

Sensor
Config. Para

Door sensor

None

Water sensor

None

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Menu

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Default
Value

Setting
Value

Smoke
sensor

None

requirements
.

Ambient
Temp.
Sensor

None

Ambient
Humi.
Sensor

None

Batt. Temp.
Sensor 1

None

Batt. Temp.
Sensor 2

None

Second-

Third-

Fourth-

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

6.7 (Optional) Setting the Hibernation Parameter


Set Hibernation Enable to Yes if you need to use the intelligent hibernation function of the
rectifiers.
Table 6-5 Setting the hibernation parameter
Main Menu

Second-Level
Menu

Third-Level
Menu

Default Value

Setting Value

Parameters
Settings

Energy Saving

Hibernation
Enable

No

Yes

6.8 Setting Communications Parameters


6.8.1 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 Default Gateway on the LCD, as shown in Table
6-6.

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Table 6-6 IP parameters


Main Menu
Setting Wizard

Second-Level
Menu

Third-Level
Menu

Default Value

Setting Value

Network
Parameters

IP Address

192.168.0.10

Set this
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
administrator.

Default
Gateway

192.168.0.1

Set this
parameter based
on the address
assigned by the
network
administrator.

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6.8.2 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 Default Gateway on the LCD, as shown in Table
6-7.
Table 6-7 IP parameters
Main Menu
Setting Wizard

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Menu

Third-Level
Menu

Default Value

Setting Value

Network
Parameters

IP Address

192.168.0.10

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

Subnet Mask

255.255.255.0

Set this
parameter
according to the
address

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Second-Level
Menu

Third-Level
Menu

Default Value

Setting Value
assigned by the
network
administrator.

Default
Gateway

192.168.0.1

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

Step 3 Set the IP Addresses and Ports for the active and standby servers of the NetEco on the LCD,
as described in Table 6-8.
Table 6-8 NetEco parameters
Second-

Third-

Fourth-

Main
Menu

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Default
Value

Setting
Value

Parameters
Settings

Comm.
Parameters

Network
Parameters

NetEco
Primary IP

192.168.0.10

Set an IP
address for
the active
NetEco
server.

NetEco
Backup IP

192.168.0.10

Set an IP
address for
the standby
NetEco
server.

NetEco Port
Number

31220

Set a port for


the NetEco.

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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.

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Table 6-9 Communications parameters


Main
Menu

Second-

Third-

Fourth-

Fifth-

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Level
Menu

Parameters
Settings

Comm.
Parameters

Serial Port

Northbound

M/S
Protocol

Northbound

Default
Value

Setting
Value

Port
Mode

Manual

Manual

Protocol
Type

M/S
Protocol

M/S
Protocol

Baud
Rate

9600

9600

Comm.
Address

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6.8.3 Setting Parameters Before Using the SNMP Management


Prerequisites
Before setting SNMP parameters, obtain the information listed in Table 6-10 from the NMS.
Table 6-10 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
SNMPv3.

SNMP Port Number


Read Community Name
Write Community Name
User Name
MD5 Password

If you use SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c, enter the read community


name and write community name that comply with the NMS.
Otherwise, the SMU will not connect to the NMS.
To enhance the security, you need a user name and password
for authentication if you use SNMPv3. After the authentication
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
Step 1 Apply to the site or equipment room network administrator for a fixed IP address.

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Step 2 Set the IP Address, Subnet mask, and Default Gateway on the LCD of the SMU, as
described in Table 6-11.
Table 6-11 IP parameters
Main Menu
Setting Wizard

Second-Level
Menu

Third-Level
Menu

Default Value

Setting Value

Network
Parameters

IP Address

192.168.0.10

Set this
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
administrator.

Default
Gateway

192.168.0.1

Set this
parameter based
on the address
assigned by the
network
administrator.

Step 3 Enter the IP address for the SMU in the address box of Internet Explorer. Log in to the
WebUI on the login page shown in Figure 6-1.

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

You can set SNMP parameters on the WebUI locally or remotely.

Figure 6-1 Login page

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Step 4 On the System Settings tab page, select SNMP.

If the SNMP version is SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c, set SNMP Version to


SNMPv1&SNMPv2c under SNMP, and then set SNMP PortNumber, Read
Community Name, and Write Community Name, as shown in Figure 6-2.
Figure 6-2 Setting SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c parameters

If the SNMP version is SNMPv3, set SNMP Version to SNMPv3 under SNMP, click
Add under SNMPv3, and then set User Name, MD5 Password, and DES Password, as
shown in Figure 6-3.
Figure 6-3 Setting SNMPv3 parameters

Step 5 Under SNMP Trap, set Trap Target Address and Trap Port.
Step 6 Under Mib files, click Export to export the Mib file and import it to the NMS.
If there is only one NMS, perform Step 6 once.

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Follow-up Procedure
You can query the power system operating status, active alarms, and the names of
user-defined dry contact inputs, and configure dry contact outputs on the network
management system (NMS) that is connected over the Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP).

6.9 Connecting the Battery Supply


Prerequisites

To avoid damage to batteries, switch on the battery circuit breaker only after correctly setting
the battery parameters.

Procedure
Step 1 Switch off the AC input circuit breaker.
Step 2 Switch on the battery circuit breakers.
Step 3 Switch on the AC input circuit breaker.
Step 4 Set all the circuit breakers based on site requirements.
Step 5 Observe the power system for 15 minutes. During this period of time, if no alarm is generated
on the LCD of the SMU, the voltages and currents for batteries and loads are normal.

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The battery switch is in the AUTO position by default before delivery and the system is
under automatic control.

Open the cover and flip the battery switch to MANUAL only when you need to power on
the battery forcibly. Remember to flip the battery back to AUTO after the commissioning.
Figure 6-4 Battery switch

(1) Battery switch

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6.10 Follow-up Procedure


Procedure
Step 1 Reinstall the removed cover or panel (if there is).
Step 2 The paint on the cabinet exterior should be intact. If paint flakes off, repaint the area to avoid
corrosion.
Step 3 Clean and leave the site.
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Maintenance

7.1 Routine Maintenance


Maintain the power system periodically based on site requirements. The recommended
maintenance period is six months.
Table 7-1 Routine maintenance checklist
Maintenance
Item

Maintenance Task
Check
Whether

Check
Method

Repair When

Measures

Electricity

The AC input
voltage is
normal.

Multimeter.

The AC input
voltage is
beyond the
normal range.

For details, see


7.2 Rectifying
Common Faults
and 7.3
Identifying
Component
Faults.

The output
voltage is
normal.

The battery low


voltage
disconnection
(BLVD) or load
low voltage
disconnection
(LLVD) voltage
does not fall
between -42 V
DC and -58 V
DC.

Preventive
maintenance
inspection
(PMI)

The indicators
are in the
normal status.

Observing
indicators.

Alarms are
generated.

Grounding

The ground
point properly
connects to the
ground bar in
the cabinet.

Multimeter.

The resistance
between the
ground point
and the ground
bar is greater
than 0.1 ohm.

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ground cable to
the ground
point again or
replace the
ground cable.

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7.2 Rectifying Common Faults


7.2.1 Mains Failure
Possible Causes

The AC input power cable is faulty.

The AC input circuit breaker is OFF.

The mains grid is faulty.

1.

Check whether the AC input cable is loose. If yes, secure the AC input cable.

2.

Check whether the AC input circuit breaker is OFF. If yes, handle the back-end circuit
failure and then switch on the circuit breaker.

3.

Check whether the AC input voltage is lower than 50 V AC. If yes, handle the mains
grid fault.

Measures

7.2.2 AC Over Volt


Possible Causes

The AC overvoltage alarm threshold is not set properly on the SMU.

The power grid is faulty.

1.

Check whether the AC overvoltage alarm threshold is properly set. If no, adjust it to a
proper value.

2.

Check whether the AC input voltage exceeds the AC overvoltage alarm threshold (280 V
AC by default). If yes, handle the AC input fault.

Measures

7.2.3 AC Under Volt


Possible Causes

The AC undervoltage alarm threshold is not set properly on the SMU.

The power grid is faulty.

1.

Check whether the AC undervoltage alarm threshold is properly set. If no, adjust it to a
proper value.

2.

Check whether the AC input voltage is below the AC undervoltage alarm threshold (180
V AC by default). If yes, handle the AC input fault.

Measures

7.2.4 DC Over Volt


Possible Causes

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Rectifiers are faulty.

The power system voltage is set too high in manual mode.

1.

Check whether the DC overvoltage alarm threshold (58 V DC by default) is properly set.
If no, adjust it to a proper value.

2.

Remove the rectifiers one by one and check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm
still exists, reinstall the rectifier. If the alarm is cleared, replace the rectifier.

3.

Check whether the system voltage is set too high in manual mode. If yes, confirm the
reason and adjust the voltage to normal after the operation.

Measures

7.2.5 DC Under Volt


Possible Causes

An AC power failure occurs.

The DC undervoltage alarm threshold is not set properly on the SMU.

Rectifiers are faulty.

The system configuration is not proper.

The power system voltage is set too low in manual mode.

1.

Check whether an AC power failure occurs. If yes, resume the AC power supply.

2.

Check whether the DC undervoltage alarm threshold (45 V DC by default) is properly


set. If no, adjust it to a proper value.

3.

Check whether the power system capacity is insufficient for the loads due to rectifier
failures. If yes, replace the faulty rectifier.

4.

Check whether the load current is greater than the current power system capacity. If yes,
expand the power system capacity or reduce the load power.

5.

Check whether the system voltage is set too low in manual mode. If yes, confirm the
reason and adjust the voltage to a proper value after the operation.

Measures

7.2.6 Batt Over Curr


Possible Causes

The rectifier communication is interrupted.

Poor contact of the SMU.

The SMU is faulty.

1.

Check whether an alarm is generated for rectifier communication interruption. If yes,


remove the rectifier and reinstall it to check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm
still exists, replace the rectifier.

2.

Remove the SMU and reinstall it to check whether the alarm is cleared. If the alarm still
exists, replace the SMU.

Measures

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7.2.7 Load Off


Possible Causes

An AC power failure occurs.

Loads are manually disconnected.

The load disconnection voltage is set too high on the SMU.

Rectifiers are faulty.

1.

Check whether an AC power failure occurs. If yes, resume the AC power supply.

2.

Check whether loads are manually disconnected. If yes, confirm the reason of the
manual disconnection, and reconnect the loads after the operation.

3.

Check whether the load disconnection voltage (44 V DC by default) is set too high on
the SMU. If yes, adjust it to a proper value.

4.

Check whether the power system capacity is insufficient for the loads due to rectifier
failures. If yes, replace the faulty rectifier.

Measures

7.2.8 Batt Off


Possible Causes

An AC power failure occurs.

Batteries are manually disconnected.

The battery disconnection voltage is set too high on the SMU.

Rectifiers are faulty.

The system configuration is not proper.

1.

Check whether an AC power failure occurs. If yes, resume the AC power supply.

2.

Check whether batteries are manually disconnected. If yes, confirm the reason of the
manual disconnection, and reconnect the batteries after the operation.

3.

Check whether the battery disconnection voltage (43.2 V DC by default)is set too high
on the SMU. If yes, adjust it to a proper value.

4.

Check whether the power system capacity is insufficient for the loads due to rectifier
failures. If yes, replace the faulty rectifier.

5.

Check whether the load current is greater than the current power system capacity. If yes,
expand the power system capacity or reduce the load power.

Measures

7.2.9 Batt Loop Trip


Possible Causes

The battery circuit breaker trips or battery fuse detection cable is disconnected.

The battery circuit breaker trips or battery fuse is blown.

The contactor is faulty.

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1.

Check whether the battery circuit breaker trips or battery fuse detection cable is
disconnected. If yes, reconnect the cable.

2.

Check whether the battery circuit breaker trips or battery fuse is blown. If yes, rectify the
battery loop fault and then switch on the circuit breaker or replace the fuse.

3.

Manually switch on or switch off the battery contactor and check the battery current
changes accordingly. If no, replace the contactor.

7.2.10 Amb. Over Temp


This alarm is generated only for the power system that has ambient temperature sensors installed.

Possible Causes

The ambient overtemperature alarm threshold is not set properly on the SMU.

The temperature control system is faulty in the cabinet where the ambient temperature
sensor is located.

The ambient temperature sensor is faulty.

1.

Check whether the ambient temperature alarm threshold (55C by default) is properly set
on the SMU. If no, adjust it based on site requirements.

2.

Check whether the temperature control system in the cabinet is faulty. If yes, rectify the
fault. The alarm is cleared when the cabinet temperature falls within the allowed range.

3.

Check whether the ambient temperature sensor is faulty. If yes, replace the temperature
sensor.

Measures

7.2.11 Amb. Under Temp


This alarm is generated only for the power system that has ambient temperature sensors installed.

Possible Causes

The ambient undertemperature alarm threshold is not set properly on the SMU.

The temperature control system is faulty in the cabinet where the ambient temperature
sensor is located.

The ambient temperature sensor is faulty.

1.

Check whether the ambient undertemperature alarm threshold (20C by default) is


properly set on the SMU. If no, adjust it based on site requirements.

2.

Check whether the temperature control system in the cabinet is faulty. If yes, rectify the
fault. The alarm is cleared when the cabinet temperature falls within the allowed range.

3.

Check whether the ambient temperature sensor is faulty. If yes, replace the ambient
temperature sensor.

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7.2.12 Amb. Over Humi


This alarm is generated only for the power system that has humidity sensors installed.

Possible Causes

The ambient overhumidity alarm threshold is not set properly on the SMU.

The humidity is too high in the cabinet where the humidity sensor is located.

The humidity sensor is faulty.

1.

Check whether the ambient overhumidity alarm threshold (95% by default) is properly
set on the SMU. If no, adjust it based on site requirements.

2.

Check whether water intrudes into the cabinet. If yes, wipe the water with dry cotton or
other tools and rectify the fault.

3.

Check whether the humidity sensor is faulty. If yes, replace the humidity sensor.

Measures

7.2.13 Amb. Under Humi


This alarm is generated only for the power system that has humidity sensors installed.

Possible Causes

The ambient underhumidity alarm threshold is not properly set on the SMU.

The humidity is too low in the cabinet where the humidity sensor is located.

The humidity sensor is faulty.

1.

Check whether the ambient underhumidity alarm threshold (5% by default) is properly
set on the SMU. If no, adjust it based on site requirements.

2.

Check whether the cabinet humidity is too low. If yes, adjust the cabinet humidity. The
alarm is cleared when the humidity falls within the allowed range.

3.

Check whether the humidity sensor is faulty. If yes, replace the humidity sensor.

Measures

7.2.14 Batt Over Temp


This alarm is generated only for the power system that has battery temperature sensor installed.

Possible Causes

The battery overtemperature alarm threshold is not set properly on the SMU.

The battery temperature controlling system is faulty.

The battery temperature sensor is faulty.

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Measures
1.

Check whether the battery overtemperature alarm threshold (50C by default) is properly
set. If no, adjust it to a proper value.

2.

Check whether the battery temperature controlling system is faulty. If yes, rectify the
fault. The alarm is cleared when the battery temperature falls within the allowed range.

3.

Check whether the battery temperature sensor is faulty. If yes, replace the temperature
sensor.

7.2.15 Batt Under Temp


This alarm is generated only for the power system that has battery temperature sensor installed.

Possible Causes

The battery undertemperature alarm threshold is not set properly on the SMU.

The battery temperature controlling system is faulty.

The battery temperature sensor is faulty.

1.

Check whether the battery undertemperature alarm threshold (10C by default) is


properly set. If no, adjust it to a proper value.

2.

Check whether the battery temperature controlling system is faulty. If yes, rectify the
fault. The alarm is cleared when the battery temperature falls within the allowed range.

3.

Check whether the battery temperature sensor is faulty. If yes, replace the temperature
sensor.

Measures

7.2.16 Door Alarm


This alarm is generated only for the power system that has door status sensor installed.

Possible Causes

The cabinet doors are open.

The door status sensor is faulty.

1.

Close cabinet doors.

2.

Check whether the door status sensor is faulty. If yes, replace the door status sensor.

Measures

7.2.17 Water Alarm


This alarm is generated only for the power system that has water sensors installed.

Possible Causes

Water intrudes into the cabinet.

The water sensor is faulty.

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Measures
1.

Check whether water intrudes into the cabinet. If yes, wipe the water with dry cotton or
other tools and rectify the fault.

2.

Check whether the water sensor is faulty. If yes, replace the water sensor.

7.2.18 Smoke Alarm


This alarm is generated only for the power system that has smoke sensors installed.

Possible Causes

There is smoke inside the cabinet.

The smoke sensor is faulty.

1.

Check whether there is smoke inside the cabinet. If yes, disconnect the power supply
from the cabinet, handle the fault, and then resume system operation and clear the alarm
on the SMU.

2.

Check whether the smoke sensor is faulty. If yes, replace the smoke sensor.

Measures

7.2.19 Rect Fault


Possible Causes

The rectifier is in poor contact.

The rectifier is faulty.

1.

Check the Fault indicator on the rectifier panel. If it is steady red, remove the rectifier,
and then reinstall it after the indicator turns off.

2.

If the alarm still exists, replace the rectifier.

Measures

7.2.20 Rect Protect


Possible Causes

The rectifier input voltage is too high.

The rectifier input voltage is too low.

The ambient temperature is too high.

The rectifier is abnormal.

1.

Check whether the AC input voltage exceeds the upper threshold of the rectifier working
voltage. If yes, rectify the power supply fault and then resume the power supply.

2.

Check whether the AC input voltage is below the lower threshold of the rectifier working
voltage. If yes, rectify the power supply fault and then resume the power supply.

Measures

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3.

Check whether the ambient temperature is higher than the normal operating temperature
of the rectifier. If yes, check and rectify the temperature unit fault.

4.

Remove the rectifier that generates the alarm and reinstall it after the indicator turns off.
If the alarm still exists, replace the rectifier.

7.2.21 Rect Comm Fault


Possible Causes

The rectifier is removed.

The rectifier is in poor contact.

The rectifier is faulty.

1.

Check whether the rectifier is removed. If yes, reinstall it.

2.

If the rectifier is in position, remove the rectifier and reinstall it.

3.

If the alarm still exists, replace the rectifier.

Measures

7.2.22 Load Fuse Break


Possible Causes

The load circuit breaker trips or fuse is blown.

The load circuit breaker trips or fuse detection cable is disconnected.

1.

Check whether the load circuit breaker trips or fuse is blown. If yes, rectify the back-end
circuit fault and then switch on the circuit breaker or replace the fuse.

2.

Check whether the load circuit breaker trips or fuse detection cable is disconnected. If
yes, reconnect the cable.

Measures

7.2.23 AC SPD Alarm


Possible Causes

The AC SPD is faulty.

The AC SPD detection cable is disconnected.

1.

Check whether the AC SPD indication window turns red. If yes, replace the SPD.

2.

Check whether the AC SPD detection cable is disconnected. If yes, reconnect the cable.

Measures

7.2.24 DC SPD Alarm


Possible Causes

The DC SPD detection cable is disconnected.

The DC SPD is faulty.

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Measures
1.

Check whether the DC SPD detection cable is disconnected. If yes, reconnect the cable.

2.

Check whether the DC SPD detection cable is disconnected. If no, replace the DC SPD.

7.3 Identifying Component Faults


7.3.1 Identifying AC SPD Faults
Check the color of the AC SPD indication window. Green indicates that the AC SPD is
normal. Red indicates the AC SPD is faulty.

7.3.2 Identifying Circuit Breaker Faults


The following lists main circuit breaker faults:

The circuit breaker cannot be switched to ON/OFF after the short circuit fault for its end
circuit is rectified.

When the circuit breaker is switched to ON and its input voltage is normal, the voltage
between the two ends of the circuit breaker exceeds 1 V.

The input voltage is normal, but the resistance between both ends of the circuit breaker is
less than 1 kohm when the circuit breaker is OFF.

7.3.3 Identifying Rectifier Faults


A rectifier is damaged if any of the following conditions is not met:

When the rectifier does not communicate with the SMU and the AC input voltage is
around 220 V, the green indicator on the rectifier is steady on, the yellow indicator is
blinking, the red indicator is off, and the rectifier output is normal.

The SMU can perform equalized charging, float charging, and current limiting control
for the rectifier when the communication cable to the rectifier is correctly connected and
communication is established between the rectifier and the SMU.

7.3.4 Identifying SMU Faults


The following are the main symptoms of SMU faults:

The DC output is normal while the green indicator on the SMU is off.

The SMU breaks down or cannot be started. Its LCD has abnormal display or buttons
cannot be operated.

With the alarm reporting enabled, the SMU does not report alarms when the power
system is faulty.

The SMU reports an alarm while the power system does not experience the fault.

The SMU fails to communicate with the connected lower-level devices while the
communications cables are correctly connected.

Communication between the SMU and all rectifiers fails while both the rectifiers and the
communications cables are normal.

The SMU cannot monitor AC or DC power distribution when communications cables are
intact and AC and DC power distribution is normal.

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Parameters cannot be set or running information cannot be viewed on the SMU.

7.4 Replacing Components

Ensure that loads are supplied with power when replacing major components. For example,
keep the circuit breakers for primary loads in the ON position, and do not disconnect both
the battery input and AC input from the loads.

Seek the customer's prior consent if load disconnection is required.

Rectifiers and the SMU are hot-swappable.

7.4.1 Replacing a Rectifier


Prerequisites

Prepare a pair of protective gloves, the cabinet door key and maintenance tool box.

Check that the new rectifier is intact.

Protect yourself from being burnt when moving the rectifier because the rectifier has a high
temperature.

Procedure
Step 1 Put on protective gloves.
Step 2 Push the locking latch at the right side of the panel towards the left.
Step 3 Gently draw the handle outwards, and then remove the rectifier from the subrack, as shown in
Figure 7-1.

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Figure 7-1 Removing a rectifier

Step 4 Push the locking latch on the new rectifier towards the left, and pull out the handle.
Step 5 Place the new rectifier at the entry to the correct slot.
Step 6 Gently slide the rectifier into the subrack along the guide rail, and lock the handle, as shown
in Figure 7-2.
Figure 7-2 Installing a rectifier

Step 7 Take off protective gloves.


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Follow-up Procedure
Send the replaced rectifier for repair.

7.4.2 Replacing an SMU


Prerequisites

Prepare the cabinet door key and maintenance tool box.

Check that the new SMU is intact.

Procedure
Step 1 Push the locking latch towards the left.

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Step 2 Pull the handle outwards to remove the SMU, as shown in Figure 7-3.
Figure 7-3 Removing an SMU

Step 3 Insert a new SMU into the subrack, push the locking latch towards the left, and pull out the
handle.
Step 4 Slide the new SMU into the subrack slowly along the guide rail, pull in the handle, and then
push the locking latch towards the right.
Step 5 Reset parameters on the SMU.
Figure 7-4 Installing an SMU

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Follow-up Procedure
Send the replaced SMU for repair.

7.4.3 Replacing the Main Board of UIM02C


Prerequisites

Prepare an electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap, a pair of ESD gloves, an ESD box
or bag, the cabinet door key, and maintenance tool box.

Check that the new main board of UIM02C is intact.

Procedure
Step 1 Connect the ground cable to the ESD wrist strap and wear the ESD wrist strap and ESD
gloves.
Step 2 Record the position where the main board of UIM02C panel connects to the signal cable, and
then disconnect the signal cable.

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Step 3 Unscrew the main board of UIM02C panel and take out the main board of UIM02C, as shown
in Figure 7-5.
Figure 7-5 Taking out the main board of UIM02C

Step 4 Remove the -48 V power cable from the main board of UIM02C backplane.
Figure 7-6 Removing the -48 V power cable

Step 5 Record the positions where the main board of UIM02C backplane connects to all the cables,
and then disconnect the cables.
Step 6 Remove the main board of UIM02C, as shown in Figure 7-7.

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Figure 7-7 Removing the main board of UIM02C

Step 7 Take out and then install the new main board of UIM02C.
Step 8 Connect all cables on the main board of UIM02C backplane to the new main board of
UIM02C based on the recorded information.
Step 9 Connect the -48 V power cable to the main board of UIM02C backplane.
Step 10 Push in the main board of UIM02C and secure the screws.
Step 11 Connect the signal cable to the main board of UIM02C panel based on the record made
previously.
Step 12 Disconnect the ground cable from the ESD wrist strap and take off the ESD wrist strap and
ESD gloves.
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Follow-up Procedure
Send the faulty main board of UIM02C for repair.

7.4.4 Replacing an AC SPD


Prerequisites

Prepare an ESD wrist strap, a pair of ESD gloves, an ESD box or bag, the cabinet door
key, and a maintenance tool kit.

Check that the new AC SPD is intact and the indication window is green.

Do not replace an AC SPD during a thunderstorm.

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Procedure
Step 1 Hold down the faulty AC SPD and pull it out, as shown in Figure 7-8.
Step 2 Install a new AC SPD, as shown in Figure 7-8.
Figure 7-8 Replacing an AC SPD

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Follow-up Procedure
Check that the alarm for the AC SPD is cleared.

7.4.5 Replacing a Circuit Breaker


Prerequisites

Before replacing an AC circuit breaker, switch off the input circuit breaker on the upper-level
device.

Prepare the cabinet door key, insulation tapes, and maintenance tool box.

Check that the new circuit breaker is intact and has the same specifications as the
original one.

Procedure
Step 1 Switch off the circuit breaker that is to be replaced.
Step 2 Record positions where the output cables and signal cable terminals connect to the circuit
breaker.

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Step 3 Loosen the screws that secure the output cables and signal cable terminals using a Phillips
screwdriver and remove the cables and signal cable terminals. Wrap the cables and terminals
using the insulation tapes to prevent hazards.
Step 4 Loosen the screws that secure the input copper bars using a Phillips screwdriver and then
loosen the buckle at the circuit breaker base using an insulated flat-head screwdriver.
Step 5 Remove the circuit breaker from the guide rail. Figure 7-9 shows the procedure for removing
the circuit breaker.
Figure 7-9 Removing the circuit breaker

Step 6 Switch off the new circuit breaker. Press the buckle at the circuit breaker base using an
insulated flat-head screwdriver and install the new circuit breaker. Then loosen the buckle and
secure the circuit breaker along the guide rail.
Step 7 Tighten the screws that secure the input copper bars.
Step 8 Remove the insulation tapes from the output cables and signal cable terminals. Then connect
the output cables and signal cable terminals to the output end of the circuit breaker based on
the recorded information and tighten the screws.
Step 9 Switch on the circuit breaker. Figure 7-10 shows the procedure for installing the new circuit
breaker.
Figure 7-10 Installing the circuit breaker

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A Technical Specifications

Technical Specifications

Table A-1 Technical specifications


Category

Item

Specification

Environmental
requirements

Operating
temperature

-40C to +65C

Transportatio
n temperature

-40C to +70C

Storage
temperature

-40C to +70C

Operating
humidity

5%-95% RH

Storage
humidity

5%-95% RH

Altitude

0-4000 m
When the altitude ranges from 2000 m to 4000 m, the
operating temperature decreases by 1C for each
additional 200 m.

AC input

Input system

ETP48200C5A1: 220/380 V AC, three-phase,


four-wire compatible with 220 V AC single-phase

ETP48200C5A3: 110 V AC dual-live wire


compatible with 220 V AC single-phase

Input
frequency

45-66 Hz (rated frequency: 50 Hz or 60 Hz)

Power factor
(PF)

0.99
Ta = 25,
Vin = 208 V AC, 220 V AC, 230 V AC, or 240 V AC,
where
PF> 0.90, 25%-50% load percentage
PF> 0.98, 50%-100% load percentage
PF> 0.99, 100% load percentage

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A Technical Specifications

Item

Specification

Total
harmonic
distortion
(THD)

10%
Rectifiers: EN61000-3-2
Ta = 25C
Vin = 208 V AC, 220 V AC, 230 V AC, or 240 V AC,
where
THD (V) < 1.1%, THD (I) 5%
50%100% load percentage

DC output

AC input
protection

DC output
protection

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Output
voltage range

-42 V DC to -58 V DC

Default
output
voltage

-53.5 V DC

Output power

Number of rectifiers multiplied by the output power of


a single rectifier

Regulated
voltage
precision

1%

Peak-to-peak
noise voltage

200 mV (0-20 MHz)

Noise
weighting

2 mV (3003400 Hz, 48 V DC output voltage


55 V DC)

Unbalance of
load sharing

5% (with 20% to 100% loads)

AC input
overvoltage
protection
threshold

> 300 V AC

AC input
overvoltage
recovery
threshold

When the voltage is restored to 290 V AC, the output


resumes.

AC input
undervoltage
protection
threshold

< 80 V AC

AC input
undervoltage
recovery
threshold

When the voltage is restored to 85 V AC, the output


resumes.

DC output
overvoltage
protection

-58.5 V DC to -60.5 V DC

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Category

Item

Specification

threshold
Rectifier

Efficiency

R4850G2: maximum 96%


95% (under 230 V AC with 30% to 100% loads)

R4830G2: maximum 96%


95% (under 230 V AC with 45% to 80% loads)

Output power

R4850G2: 3000 W (input voltage: 176-300 V AC)


1250 W (The power linearly derates when the
voltage ranges from 85 V AC to 175 V AC.)

R4830G2: 2000 W (input voltage: 176-300 V AC)


840 W (The power linearly derates when the
voltage ranges from 85 V AC to 175 V AC.)

Electromagnetic
compatibility
(EMC)
specifications

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Overvoltage
protection

58.5 V DC to 60.5 V DC

Conducted
emission
(CE)

Input port: Class B of CISPR 22/EN 55022

Radiated
interference

Class B of CISPR 22/EN 55022

Harmonic
current

IEC 61000-3-12

Voltage
fluctuation

IEC 61000-3-11

Electrostatic
discharge
(ESD)

Shell ports: contact discharge of 6 kV and air


discharge of 8 kV; signal ports: contact discharge of 2
kV

Electrical fast
transient
(EFT)

Signal port: 1 kV; power port: 2 kV

Radiated
susceptibility
(RS)

Level 3; field strength: 10 V/m

Conducted
susceptibility
(CS)

Signal port: 3 V; power port: 10 V

Surge
immunity

AC and DC power ports: Differential mode: 2 kV


(8/20 s); common mode: 4 kV (8/20 s)

Voltage dips
immunity

IEC 61000-4-11

1. If overvoltage occurs inside a rectifier due to a


fault, the rectifier experiences a deadlock.
2. If the external voltage is greater than 63 V DC for
more than 500 ms, the rectifier experiences a
deadlock.

Output port: Class A of CISPR 22/EN 55022

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A Technical Specifications

Item

Specification

(DIP)
Others

Surge
protection

AC power port: nominal lightning strike discharge


current: 30 kA (8/20 s); maximum lightning strike
discharge current: 60 kA (8/20 s)
DC power port: differential mode: 10 kA (8/20 s);
common mode: 10 kA (8/20 s)

Structure

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Safety design

Complies with IEC/EN60950-1 and GB4943 and


passes TUV and CE.

Mean time
between
failures
(MTBF)

200,000 hours

Power system

H x W x D: 222.25 mm x 482 mm x 330 mm

Weight

20 kg (without rectifiers)

Protection
level

IP20

Installation
mode

Equipped with mounting ears to adapt to 19-inch


cabinets

Cable routing

Routed in and out from the top

Maintenance
mode

Maintained from the front

Heat
dissipation

Natural cooling

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B Electrical Conceptual Diagram

Electrical Conceptual Diagram

Figure B-1 ETP48200-C5A1 electrical conceptual diagram

Figure B-2 ETP48200-C5A3 electrical conceptual diagram (220 V AC single-phase)

Figure B-3 ETP48200-C5A3 electrical conceptual diagram (110 V AC dual-live wire)

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C Associations Between Alarms and Dry Contacts on the


UIM

Associations Between Alarms and Dry


Contacts on the UIM
Table C-1 Associations between alarms and dry contacts
Port Type

Silk Screen

Associated Alarm

Dry contact input

DIN1

Dry contact input 1

DIN2

Dry contact input 2

DIN3

Dry contact input 3

DIN4

Dry contact input 4

DIN5

Dry contact input 5

DIN6

Dry contact input 6

Dry contact output

ALM1

Reports AC power failure alarms.

The default setting


(closed: alarm;
open: normal) can
be modified.

ALM2

Alarms for DC overvoltage, DC ultra


overvoltage, DC undervoltage, or DC ultra
undervoltage

ALM3

Alarms for module faults, module protection,


module communications interruption, or
multi-module faults

ALM4

AC or DC SPD fault alarms

ALM5

Battery or load fuse blown alarms

ALM6

Alarms for high, very high, low, or very low


battery temperatures or ambient temperatures

ALM7

Smoke alarms

ALM8

Water immersion alarms

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Acronyms and Abbreviations

ACDB

alternating current distribution box

BLVD

battery low voltage disconnection

CS

conducted susceptibility

EFT

electrical fast transient

EMC

electromagnetic compatibility

ESD

electrostatic discharge

HTTPS

Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure

IEC

International Electrotechnical Commission

IP

Internet Protocol

LCD

liquid crystal display

LLVD

load low voltage disconnection

MTBF

mean time between failures

PE

protective earth

SMU

site monitoring unit

SNMP

Simple Network Management Protocol

SPD

surge protection device

RS

radiated susceptibility

TCP

Transmission Control Protocol

THD

total harmonic distortion

UIM

user interface module

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