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ZXDU CSU401 (SV1.

11C) Centralized Supervision Unit

CSU Overview

Menu Hierarchy
Ctrl

Display Real Data

2nd of 15 alarms

Ent

PWR RUN EQUCOMM ALM RST

Ent

Esc

Alm Rec.
Operate Rec.
Discharge Rec.
Peak Rec.
Maintain Rec.
Hybrid Rec.

Ent

BMU = Battery Monitoring Unit

Alm 2/15

CSU = Centralized supervision Unit

System Alarm

Alarm name

DG = Diesel Generator

2011-11-02 10:05:20

Occurrence time

Minor

Alarm level

Note:

SMR = Switching Mode Rectifier

Button

Function and Description

Turns pages/items downwards


Decreases values

Turns pages/items upwards


Increases values

Moves the cursor to the right

Moves the cursor to the left

Esc

Exits and returns to the upper-level interface

Ent

Enters the lower-level interface


Confirms the current menu item
Saves the current parameter setting
Ent

Ctrl (Control)
Ent

Indicators
PWR: power
RUN: running

Pass: 0000_ (Initial password: 0000)


1. Sys Para
1.Setup Para 2. Batt Para
3. Alarm Para

EQU: equalized charge


COMM: communication
2.OAM

ALM: alarm

Displays help information

Related Document:
For further details, refer to ZXDU CSU401 (Software Version: V1.11C)
Centralized Supervision Unit Operation Guide.

1. SMR ON
2. SMR OFF
3. FLOAT
4. EQUAL...
5. TEST
6. Start DG 1
7. Start DG 2
8. Stop DG
9. Auto Save
10. Temp NonSave
11. Perm NonSave
12. Manual Test

Msg 1/14
DC Out
Volt
55.8V
Curr
16A
Msg 2/14
Battery
Volt
55.7V
Curr
16A

For example, perform the operations below to query the batteryrelated data.
1. Select Msg in the main menu interface and press Ent.
2. Press to view the Battery interface.
3. Press Ent to enter the lower-level interfaces and press or
to turn pages.
4. Press Esc to return to the main menu interface.

AC power supply
Battery power supply

Ent

Battery 1/4
No.1 Battery
55.7V 0.6A
25oC
Equal Mng

Float Mng: floating charge mode


Equal Mng: equalized charge (boost charge) mode
Test Mng: battery pack discharging for test
Disch.Mng: battery pack discharging (with mains abnormal)

Msg 5/14
SMR
1-8
9-16

SMR 1/8
No.1
No.2

SMR status and output current:


The SMR is in position and operating normally.
The SMR is in position but faulty.
The SMR is in position, but shut down (through the monitoring software).
? The SMR is in position but the output is abnormal.
The SMR is not in position.

Bat.2 Cap. (Ah)

Bat.3 Cap. (Ah)

Bat.4 Cap. (Ah)

Actual

Requirements
Set the four parameters according to actual capacity of each
battery branch.
For example, if the battery branch 1 is equipped with a 300
Ah battery pack, set Bat.1 Cap. to 300 Ah. If the battery
branch 1 is equipped with two 100 Ah battery packs that are
connected in parallel, set Bat.1 Cap. to 200 Ah, which is the
sum of two battery packs.
Caution: If a battery branch is equipped with no battery, set
the corresponding battery capacity to 0. An incorrect battery
capacity setting will cause the CSU to fail to manage the
batteries.

COMM1 Bauds (bps) 9600

SMR OFF

Deactivates an SMR in the CSU

COMM2 Bauds (bps) 9600

FLOAT

Starts battery floating charge mode

COMM3 Bauds (bps) 9600

EQUAL...

Starts battery equalized charge (boost


charge) mode

Device No.

Password

0000

10

Language

English

11

Buzz Switch

On

12

MainSwitch Det.

No

13

AuxSwitch Set

No

14

Auto Alarm

Enable

15

SMR Pulled Alm

Enable

16

Time of DG

17

Time of Batt.

10

18

Full Chg Period

24

19

Full Chg Time

16

20

DOD Valve

40

21

DG Number

22

BMU Number

23

BMU Valve

120

24

Current Date

Set it to local date

25

Current Time

Set it to local time

TEST

Starts battery test

Start DG 1

Starts Diesel Generator (DG) 1

Start DG 2

Starts DG2

Stop DG

Shuts down DG

Auto Save

Switches to automatic save mode

10

Temp NonSave Switches to temporary none-save mode

11

Perm NonSave

Switches to permanent none-save mode

12

Manual Test

Starts manual test

Msg

Ent

Battery
Volt
55.7V
Curr
16A

Esc

Battery 1/*
No.1 Battery
55.7V 0.6A
o
25 C
Equal Mng

: open

In-Relays

BMU 1 Data
2V Unit

Ent

Msg 11/14
BMU 2 Data
2V Unit

Ent

01:
02:
03:
04:
05:
06:
07:
08:

*V
*V
*V
*V
*V
*V
*V
*V

01:
02:
03:
04:
05:
06:
07:
08:

*V
*V
*V
*V
*V
*V
*V
*V

The voltage of the battery cells managed by


Battery Monitoring Unit 1 (BMU1) and BMU2

ZTE Corporation Address: No. 55, Hi-tech Road South, ShenZhen, P.R.China

Battery Parameter List


S/N Parameter

Default

Work Mode

Save Mode

Actual

Float Vol. (V)

53.5

Equal Vol. (V)

56.4

Test Vol. (V)

46

Cur. Limited (C)

0.1

Use the default value or set the parameter according to the


users requirement

Equal Func.

Enabled

Equal Period (Day)

90

BatVol Min. (V)

47

1-Shut Vol. (V)

45

When the battery voltage falls to this threshold, the system


disconnects secondary loads. It is recommended that the
parameter value be larger than 44.5 V.

10

2-Shut Vol. (V)

44

When the battery voltage falls to this threshold, the system


disconnects primary loads. It is recommended that the
parameter value be larger than 43.2 V.

11

Auto Test

Disable

12

Test Period

30

13

Test StartTime

10:00

: closed

Msg 10/14
1.2
0

1000

Activates an SMR in the CSU

Msg 8/14

Ent

Bat.1 Cap. (Ah)

SMR ON

1
Msg
Ent
Msg Alm Ctrl Rec
DC Out
Volt
55.8V
Display Real Data
Curr
16A

Real-time percentage of a
rated battery capacity

Default

The symbol indicates there


is a lower-level interface

Msg 3/14
Bat RealCap(%)
1#: 100% 2#: 100%
3#: 0% 4#: 0%

S/N Parameter

Description

...

Ent

DC out
Battery
Bat RealCap (%)
AC In
SMR
Work Mode
Env
In-Relays
Next Equal Time
BMU 1 Data
BMU 2 Data
BMU 1 Version
BMU 2 Version
Version

System Parameter List

S/N OAM Menu

Msg (Real-Time Information)


Querying Data (Msg)

Record the modified parameter values in the table below and keep this record for the future use.

The peak records will be updated if


the CSU is reset.

Browse

OAM = Operation and Maintenance

The table lists the parameters. Those marked with * must be checked and modified according to
the requirements (wrong parameter settings will cause improper system operation and alarm errors)!

1 Rec (Record)

Main menu
interface

Rec

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Setting System & Battery Parameters (1)

Alm (Real-Time Alarms)


Msg Alm

Document number/version:
SJ-20111110105618-004 / 2011-12-05 (R1.0)

Postcode: 518057

Website: http://ensupport.zte.com.cn

(Day)

Email: 800@zte.com.cn

Requirements

Use the default value or set the parameter according to the


users requirement

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ZXDU CSU401 (SV1.11C) Centralized Supervision Unit

Setting System & Battery Parameters (2)

Alarm List
S/N

A Entering the Password

S/N Alarm Name

1. Select Ctrl in the main menu and press Ent. Then the password interface appears.
2. The initial user password is 0000. Press Ent to confirm. (If the password has been
modified, press or to move the cursor and press or to change the value.)
1
Msg Alm Ctrl Rec Ent Password:0000 Ent
Console Menu
Main menu

Ctrl
1. Setup Para
2. OAM

Initial password: 0000

B Modifying a Parameter Value


For example, set the parameter Bat. 1 Cap., to change the capacity of the battery pack 1 from
1000 Ah to 800 Ah.
1. Enter the [Ctrl (Password) Setup Para Sys Para] interface, and select Bat. 1 Cap.
2. Press Ent to enable the modification of the value.
3. Perform the operations below to modify the value of Bat. 1 Cap.
a. Press or to move the cursor.
b. Press or to change the value.
c. Press Ent to save the modification (or press Esc to cancel it).
Ctrl */*
1. Setup Para
2. OAM

Ent

Setup Para */*

Ent

1. Sys Para
2. Batt Para
3. Alarm Para

Sys Para */*

Ent Bat.1 Cap. (Ah)

1. Bat.1 Cap.

0800

1000 Ah

Esc

Move cursor

Default
Level

Output Relay

Move cursor

System Alarm

Minor

A4

An alarm occurs.

AC Aux SW Off

Minor

The AC auxiliary switch is OFF.

24V Fuse Fault

Minor

The 24 V fuse is faulty

AC Power Off

Major

The mains supply is cut off and there is no


standby AC input available.

ACArrester Brk.

Minor

The surge arrester is faulty.

AC Under-Vol

Minor

The AC input voltage is lower than AC


Vol.Min.

AC Over-Vol

Minor

The AC input voltage is higher than AC


Vol.Max.

AC Phase Lost

Minor

AC input phase lost.

AC Current Over

Minor

The AC input current is higher than the


preset maximum AC current.

10

Rectifier Alarm

Minor

A3

Some rectifier is faulty.


The alarm is detected by the rectifier itself

11

SMR Abnormal

Minor

Some rectifier is faulty.

Ent

0 Ah

Save setting

Setting Output Relays and Alarm Level

a. With the cursor on the serial number of an alarm, press or to turn pages and select AC
Aux SW off.
b. Press Ent to enable the modification.

Ctrl */*
1. Setup Para
2. OAM

Ent

Setup Para */*

Ent

1. Sys Para
2. Batt Para
3. Alarm Para

Alarm Para */*

Ent

1.Set Alarm Attr.


Enter

Alarm Attr.
1. System Alarm
Level Minor
Relay A1

Move cursor
Alarm Attr.

Alarm Attr.

2. AC Aux SW Off
Level Minor
Relay A2

2. AC Aux SW Off
Level Minor
Relay A2

Major

When the battery voltage is lower than 2-Shut


Vol.,. the system disconnects primary loads.

20

DCArrester Brk.

Minor

The DC arrester is faulty.

21

BMU Break

Minor

The communication with BMU is interrupted.

22

Batt. Inverse

Minor

The polarities of some battery cell are


connected inversely.

23

Batt. Disabled

Minor

The voltage of some battery cell is less than


average value.

24

DCBreaker Alarm

Minor

The DC contactor of the DC loop n is faulty (n


ranges from 1 to 2)

25

Battery Fault

Minor

A2

The battery cannot supply power online.

26

Bat Under-Temp

Minor

The temperature of group N battery is less than


Bat Under-Temp.

27

Bat.Temp.Void

Minor

The battery temperature detection fails. The


possible cause is that the battery temperature
sensor is not properly installed.

28

Bat.Discharge

Minor

A6

Battery discharge current is higher than


Bat.Discharge.

Voltage difference is more than BMU Valve.

29

Env Under-Temp

Minor

Environment temperature is lower than


Env.Temp.Min.

13

DC Over-Vol

Minor

The DC output voltage is higher than DC


Vol.Max.

30

Env Over-Temp

Minor

The environment temperature is higher than


Env.Temp.Max.

14

DC Loop Break

Minor

No. n DC output branch is faulty.

31

Env Under-Hum

Minor

15

Bat Loop Break

Minor

A battery loop (or air switch) is faulty.

The environment humidity is lower than


Env.Hum.Min.

16

Bat Under-Vol

Major

The battery voltage is lower than BatVol Min.

32

Env Over-Hum

Minor

The environment humidity is higher than


Env.Hum.Max.

17

Bat Over-Temp

Minor

A5

The temperature of battery n is higher than


Bat. Temp.Max.

33

Smoke Alarm

Minor

The sensor detects the smoke.

18

1st Shut-Down

Major

When the battery voltage is lower than


1-Shut Vol., the system disconnects
secondary loads.

34

Device A/C Alarm

Minor

A7

The air conditioner installed in the power


cabinet is faulty.

35

Urgent Fan Ctrl

Minor

The fan installed on the door of the power


cabinet is faulty.

36

Door Magnet Alm

Minor

The door with door magnet switch is opened.

37

Batt. A/C Alarm

Minor

A7

The air conditioner installed in the battery


cabinet is faulty.

38

Env.Temp.Void

Minor

The environment temperature detection fails.


The possible cause is that the environment
temperature sensor is not configured or not
properly installed.

39

DG1 Fault

Minor

A1

The diesel generator (DG) 1 is faulty.

40

DG2 Fault

Minor

A1

The DG 2 is faulty.

41

Hybrid Mode

Ignore

The power supply mode of the system is Hybrid


mode (battery or generator).

42

DC/DC Fault

Minor

The 48 V to 24 V DC/DC modules is faulty.

Output Relays
A1 to A8 are software codes of the eight output relays. For their corresponding
interfaces, refer to the Quick Reference of the DC power system.
0 means that the corresponding alarm has no output relay.
Except for System Alarm, the output relay of an alarm will not take effect when its
alarm level is set to Ignore.

Alarm Level and Prompt

4. Press Ent to save the modification (or press Esc to cancel it).

2nd Shut-Down

The DC output voltage is lower than DC


Vol.Min.

c. Press or to move the cursor and press or to modify the output relay.
3. Press Esc twice and the system will give a prompt Save or Not?

19

For example, perform the operation below to modify the output relay of the AC Aux SW Off alarm.
2. Perform the operations below to modify the alarm level and output relay.

Default Actual

Minor

The operations to modify the output relay of an alarm are similar to those to modify the alarm level.
(Password) Setup Para 3. Alarm Para Alarm Attr] interface.

Major: In case of a major alarm, the ALM indicator of the CSU is lit and the alarm
buzzer sounds.
Minor: In case of a minor alarm, the ALM indicator of the CSU is lit while the alarm
buzzer does not sound.
Ignore: In case of an ignored alarm, the CSU does not provide any notification.
The buzzer continues to sound until the alarm is cleared or the buzzer is manually
stopped.. Users can press any button of the CSU to mute the buzzer temporarily. If
the alarm is not cleared within half an hour, the buzzer sounds again.

Move cursor
Modify value

Esc

Ent

Save setting

Esc

Cancel

Description

DC Under-Vol

C Modifying Alarm Attribute


1. Enter the [Ctrl

Output Relay

12

For the level and output relay of each alarm (alarm attribute), refer to Alarm List.
Record modified alarm attribute in the Alarm List and keep this record for future use.

Default
Level

The alarm is detected by the monitoring unit

Modify value

2. Bat.2 Cap.

Description

Default Actual

Turn pages
Sys Para */*

Alarm Name

Save or Not?

ZTE Corporation Address: No. 55, Hi-tech Road South, ShenZhen, P.R.China

Postcode: 518057

Website: http://ensupport.zte.com.cn

Email: 800@zte.com.cn