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Huawei Data Center Energy

Handbook
Simple Green Reliable

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

Summary
This handbook provides key model selection and system design parameters for key products
in Huawei's data center infrastructure, including the uninterruptible power supply (UPS),
precision air conditioner, power distribution equipment, and cabinet and aisle components
as well as the methods for configuring the modular data center and network management
system (NMS). For critical systems, this handbook also provides answers to FAQ and design
calculation methods so that users can quickly select modes and perform configuration and
system design.

About Huawei Network Energy
Huawei Network Energy Product Line is one of the seven product lines of Huawei. In
alignment with Huawei's cloud-pipe-device strategy, the product line introduces the digital
information technology, network communication, and the Internet of Things (IoT) technology
into fields including the data center energy, smart photovoltaic (PV) power station, and
communication power supply. It is committed to make available energy networks that are
highly efficient, operational, easy to maintain, and evolvable, thereby helping users maximize
their ROIs.
Huawei Network Energy makes full use of global resources and brings together many highend experts in the industry. It has set up nine R&D centers in Nuremberg, Stockholm, and
China with more than 2000 R&D personnel, which contains more than 100 people with
doctor's degree and more than 60% of the research staff who have the postgraduate degree.
By the end of 2014, Huawei Network Energy has more than 900 patents. By leveraging
Huawei's strong R&D and comprehensive technical capabilities and open cooperation with
many partners, Huawei Network Energy achieved rapid growth in 2014 with a global sales
revenue of $1.8 billion.
At present, Huawei Network Energy has deployed more than 1.6 million power systems in
more than 170 countries and helped customers construct more than 400 data centers and 5.5
GW smart PV plants globally. Huawei Network Energy is also ranked first for container data
center and telecommunication power based on shipments worldwide, and ranked first for
modular data center and modular UPS based on China market shipments. Huawei Network
Energy is widely recognized by the industry with its advanced concept. It has won various
awards, such as the industry Oscar "DCD Blueprint Award", "Outstanding Cloud Data Center
Services", and "Global Communication Power Supply Products Market Leader Award".

01 UPS Selection and Configuration

CONTENTS

37 Precision Air Conditioner

Selection and Configuration

63 Power Distribution Cabinet

Selection and Configuration

81 Cabinet and Aisle Components
97 Data Center Facilities Solutions

Huawei Data Center Energy
Handbook
Simple Green Reliable

Huawei Data Center Energy Handbook

UPS Selection &
Configuration

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Large and Medium UPS:
UPS5000-E Series
(25–800 kVA, Modular)
Introduction
The UPS5000-E series is the modular UPS designed for large and medium data centers.
UPS5000-E uses the modular design with hot-swappable modules. A single UPS5000-E
supports capacity expansion to 800 kVA. Maintenance or expansion can be completed
in 5 minutes at the fastest, thereby allowing capacity expansion with growth and
significantly enhancing the system availability.
UPS5000-E efficiency can reach 95% at 20% load and reach 96% at 40% load, better
matching data center real business scenarios. UPS5000-E can provide users with more
reliable, flexible, and efficient power supply.

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communication bus redundancy design. and energy control modules (ECMs) are hot-swappable and support online capacity expansion and maintenance (maintenance time is reduced to 5 minutes). with no bypass current equalization risk. UPS5000-E-480KF480-FC (full version) 600 kVA/kW UPS5000-E-600KF600-SC (standard version) UPS5000-E-600KF600-FC (full version) 800 kVA/kW UPS5000-E-800KF800-SC (standard version) UPS5000-E-800KF800-FC (full version) 04 UP S •• Modular design: All power modules. 1–8 600 mm – 480 kVA/kW UPS5000-E-480KF480-SC (standard version) 40 kVA module. bypass. 1–3 600 mm – 200 kVA/kW UPS5000-E-200K-F200 40 kVA module. which reduces the energy consumption of UPS by more than 50% when compared with a traditional UPS. •• High efficiency with a low load: The efficiency can reach 96% when the load rate is 40%. and output switches. and output switches. and works with the smart network management system to grasp the UPS running information anytime anywhere. bypass. predicts the failure of easily damaged parts. 1+1 redundancy control modules. and output switches. bypass modules. 1–20 The full version contains the 2400 mm mains. . Model Overview Maximum Capacity Model Power Module Configuration Width Remarks 125 kVA/kW UPS5000-E-125K-F125 25 kVA module. 1–5 600 mm – 120 kVA/kW UPS5000-E-120K-F120 40 kVA module. 1–15 The full version contains the 2000 mm mains. 40 kVA module. bypass. The UPS can run with high efficiency at common load rates. 1–5 600 mm – 320 kVA/kW UPS5000-E-320K-F320 40 kVA module. 40 kVA module. supports intelligent operation and maintenance. •• UPS management: implements refined management for key power supply nodes. 1–12 The full version contains the 1200 mm mains.Features •• High reliability: centralized bypass design.

Output switch 7. Maintenance bypass switch 4. Bypass module 3. Control module 5. Power module 2. Bypass input switch 05 . Mains input switch 6.Appearance and Structure 200/320 kVA 480 kVA full version 800 kVA full version 1.

Specifications UPS5000-E125K-F125 UPS5000-E120K-F120 UPS5000-E200K-F200 UPS5000-E320K-F320 Rated capacity (kVA/kW) 25–125 40–120 40–200 40–320 Number of power modules 1–5 1–3 1–5 1–8 Rated input voltage 380/400/415 V AC THDi 3% Input power factor 0.99 Battery voltage 360–480 V DC (30-40 adjustable.5% 06 . SNMP ≤ 293 ≤ 359 Remarks: *: UPS5000-E-125K-F125 efficiency: 95. RoHS. CB. REACH. RS485. rear: 500 mm Weight (kg) ≤ 355 ≤ 480 Output power factor 1 Efficiency 96%* Parallel connection Maximum: 4 units Certification TLC. WEEE and so on Communications Dry contact. default 32) UP S Model Rated output voltage 380/400/415 V AC Different sources for mains input and bypass input Supported Cabling mode Routed from the top or bottom (a top entry cabinet is required for routing cables from the top of a 320 kVA cabinet) Width x height x depth (mm) 600 x 2000 x 850 Maintenance space requirements Can be installed against the wall if the top outlet kit (mutually exclusive with the IP21 component) is selected Front: 800 mm. CE.

SNMP 2000 x 2000 x 850 ≤ 1350 2400 x 2000 x 850 ≤ 1670 .Model UPS5000-E-480KF480-SC/FC UPS5000-E-600KF600-SC/FC UPS5000-E-800KF800-SC/FC Rated capacity (kVA/kW) 40–480 40–600 40–800 Number of power modules 1–12 1–15 1–20 Rated input voltage 380/400/415 V AC THDi 3% Input power factor 0.99 Battery voltage 360-480 V DC (30-40 adjustable. Rear: 500 mm Weight (kg) ≤ 1000 Output power factor 1 Efficiency 96% Parallel connection Maximum: 4 units Maintenance bypass Maintenance bypass inside Switch configuration An isolating switch is configured for the mains and bypass input/output of the full version (code FC) each. default 32) Rated output voltage 380/400/415 V AC 07 Different sources for mains input and bypass input Supported Cabling mode Routed from the top or bottom Width x height x depth (mm) 1200 x 2000 x 850 Maintenance space requirements Front: 800 mm. CE. CB. RoHS. REACH. RS485. Certification TLC. WEEE and so on Communications Dry contact.

DC power cable length: not more than 30 meters • Cable type: 70ºC soft power cable with a copper conductor • C ross-sectional area of the output N wire: must be increased to 1.Cable and Switch Selection Reference 125 kVA 120 kVA 200 kVA UP S Item 320 kVA Mains Input Mains input current (A) Recommended cable size (mm2) L1/L2/L3/N Recommended circuit breaker 238 213 355 569 4 x 120 4 x 95 2 x (4 x 95) 2 x (4 x 120) 250 A/3P 250 A/3P 400 A/3P 630 A/3P 190 182 304 486 4 x 95 4 x 70 2 x (4 x 70) 2 x (4 x 95) 250 A/3P 250 A/3P 400 A/3P 630 A/3P 190 182 304 486 4 x 95 4 x 70 2 x (4 x 70) 2 x (4 x 95) 250 A/3P 250 A/3P 400 A/3P 630 A/3P 50 50 95 95 Bypass Input Bypass input current (A) Recommended cable size (mm2) L1/L2/L3/N Recommended circuit breaker Output Output current (A) Recommended cable size (mm2) U/V/W/N Recommended circuit breaker PE Recommended cable size (mm2) Recommended cable related conditions: • Rated voltage: 380 V AC • Routing mode: routing over a ladder or bracket in a single layer (F in IEC60364-5-52) • Ambient temperature: 30ºC • A C voltage loss: less than 3%. DC voltage loss: less than 1%.5–1. AC power cable length: not more than 50 meters.7 times larger when the primary load is non-linear 08 .

Item 400 kVA 480 kVA 600 kVA 800 kVA 711 853 1055 1407 2 x (4 x 185) 2 x (4 x 240) 2 x (4 x 240) 3 x (4 x 240) 800 A/3P 1000 A/3P 1250 A/3P 1600 A/3P 608 729 912 1216 2 x (4 x 150) 2 x (4 x 185) 2 x (4 x 240) 3 x (4 x 185) 630 A/3P 800 A/3P 1000 A/3P 1250 A/3P 608 729 912 1216 2 x (4 x 150) 2 x (4 x 185) 2 x (4 x 240) 3 x (4 x 185) 630 A/3P 800 A/3P 1000 A/3P 1250 A/3P 150 185 240 240 Mains Input Mains input current (A) Recommended cable size (mm2) L1/L2/L3/N Recommended circuit breaker Bypass Input Bypass input current (A) Recommended cable size (mm2) L1/L2/L3/N Recommended circuit breaker Output Output current (A) Recommended cable size (mm2) U/V/W/N Recommended circuit breaker PE Recommended cable size (mm2) Recommended cable-related conditions: • Rated voltage: 380 V AC • Routing mode: routing over a ladder or bracket in a single layer (F in IEC60364-5-52) • Ambient temperature: 30ºC • AC voltage loss: less than 3%. DC voltage loss: less than 1%.7 times larger when the primary load is non-linear 09 .5–1. AC power cable length: not more than 50 meters. DC power cable length: not more than 30 meters • Cable type: 70ºC soft power cable with a copper conductor • Cross-sectional area of the output N wire: must be increased to 1.

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11 . The full digital control technology used ensures that the UPS provides optimal output quality in any work condition. UPS5000-A can provide a reliable power supply to key loads in large data centers. It can provide a rated voltage of 380/400/415 V AC.95.Large and Medium UPS: UPS5000-A Series (30–800 kVA. Tower ) Introduction The UPS5000-A series adopts the online double-conversion technology. greatly extends the service life of batteries. better matching modern IT equipment that uses the power factor correction technology. with the loading capability increased more than 10% when compared with the traditional UPS. This reduces the number of times that the UPS transfers to battery mode. thereby significantly reducing loss and OPEX. Features • The UPS uses the high frequency tower technology and has a low THDi and a high power factor. • The UPS supports a wide input voltage range. The reduced number of transfer times. UPS5000-A has advantages such as high efficiency and high power density. in combination with intelligent equalized and float charging management and battery hibernation technology. • The output power factor can reach more than 0. effectively reducing the pollution of the power grid and therefore avoiding interference with other devices • The efficiency can be up to 96%.

bypass.UP S Model UPS5000-A-30K Rated Capacity 30 kVA Model UPS5000-A-60K Rated Capacity 60 kVA UPS5000-A-40K 40 kVA UPS5000-A-80K 80 kVA UPS5000-A-120K 120 kVA Model Rated Capacity UPS5000-A-400K-SC 400 kVA UPS5000-A-500K-SC 500 kVA UPS5000-A-400K-FC UPS5000-A-500K-FC 400 kVA 500 kVA Remarks Model Rated Capacity Standard version UPS5000A-600K-SC 600 kVA The full version contains the mains. and output switches. bypass. 12 . and output switches. UPS5000A-800K-SC 800 kVA UPS5000A-600K-FC 600 kVA UPS5000A-800K-FC 800 kVA Remarks Standard version The full version contains the mains.

CE. RoHS. SNMP 40 60 80 UPS5000 -A-120K 120 440 x 1020 x 850 160 200 . WEEE and so on Communications Dry contact. RS485. REACH. default 32) Rated output voltage 380/400/415 V AC Different sources for mains input and bypass input Supported Width x height x depth (mm) 264 x 500 x 800 Maintenance space requirements Front: 300 mm.Specifications Model 13 UPS5000 -A-30K UPS5000 -A-40K UPS5000 -A-60K UPS5000 -A-80K Rated capacity (kVA/kW) 30 Rated input voltage 380/400/415 V AC Battery voltage 360-480 V DC (30-40 adjustable. Rear: 300 mm Weight (kg) 70 Efficiency 95. CB.7% Parallel connection Maximum: 4 units Maintenance bypass Maintenance bypass inside Protection level IP20 Certification TLC.

RS485. default 32) Rated output voltage 380/400/415 V AC Different sources for mains input and bypass input Supported Cabling mode Routed from the top or bottom (a top entry cabinet is required for routing cables from the top of a 300 kVA cabinet) Width x height x depth (mm) 600 x 2000 x 850 Maintenance space requirements Front: 800 mm. Protection level IP20.UPS5000 -A-200K UPS5000 -A-300K UPS5000 -A-400K UPS5000 -A-500K UPS5000 -A-600K UPS5000 -A-800K Rated capacity 200 kVA /200 kW 300 kVA /300 kW 400 kVA /380 kW 500 kVA /475 kW 600 kVA /570 kW 800 kVA /760 kW Rated input voltage 380/400/415 V AC Battery voltage 360-480 V DC (30-40 adjustable. REACH. CE. RoHS. CB. Rear: 500 mm Weight (kg) 360 Efficiency 96% Parallel connection Maximum: 4 units Maintenance bypass Maintenance bypass inside Switch configuration An isolating switch is configured for the mains and bypass input/ output of the full version (code FC) each. WEEE and so on Communications Dry contact. and IP21 is optional Certification TLC. SNMP 550 1200 x 2000 x 850 900 1000 2000 x 2000 x 850 2400 x 2000 x 850 1470 1770 UP S Model 14 .

Cable and Switch Selection Reference Item 30 kVA 40 kVA 60 kVA 80 kVA 120 kVA Mains Input Mains input current (A) Recommended cable size (mm2) 53 71 107 142 213 4 x 10 4 x 16 4 x 35 4 x 50 4 x 95 46 61 91 122 182 4 x 10 4 x 16 4 x 25 4 x 35 4 x 70 46 61 91 122 182 4 x 10 4 x 16 4 x 25 4 x 35 4 x 70 10 16 16 25 50 Bypass Input Bypass input current (A) Recommended cable size (mm2) Output Output current (A) Recommended cable size (mm2) PE Recommended cable size (mm2) 200 kVA 300 kVA 400 kVA 500 kVA 600 kVA 800 kVA 355 533 675 844 1013 1351 Recommended cable size (mm2) 2 x (4 x 95) 2 x (4 x 120) 2 x (4 x 185) 2 x (4 x 240) 2 x (4 x 240) 3 x (4 x 240) Recommended circuit breaker 400 A/3P 630 A/3P 800 A/3P 1000 A/3P 1250 A/3P 1600 A/3P Item Mains Input Mains input current (A) Bypass Input Bypass input current (A) 15 304 456 608 760 912 1216 .

DC power cable length: not more than 30 meters • Cable type: 70ºC soft power cable with a copper conductor • Cross-sectional area of the output N wire: must be increased to 1.7 times larger when the primary load is non-linear 16 . AC power cable length: not more than 50 meters. DC voltage loss: less than 1%.5–1.200 kVA 300 kVA 400 kVA 500 kVA 600 kVA 800 kVA Recommended cable size (mm2) 2 x (4 x 70) 2 x (4 x 95) 2 x (4 x 150) 2 x (4 x 240) 2 x (4 x 240) 3 x (4 x 185) Recommended circuit breaker 400 A/3P 630 A/3P 630 A/3P 800 A/3P 1000 A/3P 1250 A/3P UP S Item Output 304 456 608 760 912 1216 Recommended 2 x (4 x cable size (mm2) 70) 2 x (4 x 95) 2 x (4 x 150) 2 x (4 x 240) 2 x (4 x 240) 3 x (4 x 185) Output current (A) Recommended circuit breaker 400 A/3P 630 A/3P 630 A/3P 800 A/3P 1000 A/3P 1250 A/3P PE Recommended cable size (mm2) 95 95 150 240 240 240 Recommended cable-related conditions: • Rated voltage: 380 V AC • Routing mode: routing over a ladder or bracket in a single layer (F in IEC60364-5-52) • Ambient temperature: 30ºC • AC voltage loss: less than 3%.

UPS5000 -A(25-125 kVA) (40-800 kVA) (30-120 kVA) (200-800 kVA) √ √ √ √ Standard Standard Standard Standard Dry contact extension card √ √ √ √ IP21 component √ √ — √ ECM extension subrack √ √ — √ Backfeed protection card √ √ — √ Battery grounding failure detector √ √ — √ Ambient temperature and humidity sensor √ √ √ √ Short-distance battery temperature sensor √ √ √ √ Long-distance battery temperature sensor √ √ √ √ Intelligent battery detector √ √ — √ Parallel cable — √ √ √ BSC cable √ √ √ √ iBattery √ √ √ √ Dry contact card Monitoring interface card 400/500 kVA UPS backfeed protection card 400/500 kVA UPS dry contact expansion card panel Intelligent battery detector appearance 17 Battery grounding failure detector appearance .UPS5000 Series Optional Components UPS Component Antiseismic kit UPS5000 -E UPS5000 -E UPS5000 -A.

facilitating installation and maintenance. protecting the cabinet to IP21. of a single battery and the charge current. Intelligent battery detector Monitors battery voltages and temperatures and battery string charge and discharge currents. Ambient temperature and humidity sensor Collects UPS ambient temperature and humidity. The detector detects battery grounding failures and sends alarm signals when the ground leakage current exceeds the specified value. iBattery The wireless battery inspection solution iBattery uses the ZigBee wireless network communication to detect the voltage. iBattery does not require cabling. temperature. When backfeed occurs. Top entry cabinet Install a top entry cabinet to meet the requirements for routing cables from the top of the UPS5000-A 320 kVA cabinet. Dry contact extension card The dry contact extension card provides extended monitoring ports: five groups of relay output ports and five groups of input ports. When compared with the traditional wired battery detector. and communicates with the PC over Modbus.Function Antiseismic kit Strengthens the cabinet so that the cabinet can meet the requirements of seismic fortification intensity of 9. Top outlet kit If you need to install the 120 kVA or 200 kVA cabinet against the wall. IP21 component Prevents water from dropping into the cabinet. When equipped with a remote trip switch. Battery grounding failure detector Detects current leakage and generates alarms. the backfeed protection card sends signals to trigger alarm signals or quickly disconnects the backfeed loop. Backfeed protection card Provides backfeed detection and protection for the mains and bypass. you need to install the top outlet kit to meet heat dissipation requirements. internal resistance. ECM extension subrack Install this subrack when the UPS is equipped with a backfeed protection card and dry contact extension card. BSC cable Transmits synchronous signal for a double-bus system. 18 . the detector protects devices and prevents fire disasters. UP S Component Short-distance battery Internal battery temperature sensor (distance: 2 m) temperature sensor Long-distance External battery temperature sensor (distance: 50 m) battery temperature sensor Parallel cable Connects UPSs in a parallel system.

Small UPS: UPS2000-G Series (1–20 kVA. suitable for different installation scenarios ne model supports multiple input and output power systems. SNMP. facilitating battery maintenance. •• T he UPS supports various communication modes. It is easy to use. and highly efficient and can eliminate various power grid issues. reliable. and dry contacts. •• T he number of batteries is adjustable. stable. which helps it get an ECA energy saving certification from the United Kingdom government and the world’s first batch of "Energy Star" certification. USB. 94. The UPS allows warning by email and short message.5% (for 10 kVA). Intelligent battery charge and discharge management and intelligent hibernation function can help extend the battery life span effectively. It can be rack-mounted or tower-mounted and achieve an efficiency of up to 95%. and 95% (for 15/20 kVA). •• Prewarning for failure of key components notifies customers of maintenance before failure occurs. green. It can achieve an efficiency of 94% (for 6 kVA). such as Modbus. which is convenient and flexible. The UPS is green and power saving. facilitating monitoring. Features •• Rack/tower convertible. 19 . Users only need to •• O change the input and output wiring configuration. igh efficiency helps the UPS get ECA energy saving certification from the United •• H Kingdom government and the first batch of "Energy Star" certification in Asia Pacific. Rack/Tower Convertible) Introduction The UPS2000-G series adopts the online double-conversion technology.

and SNMP) 20 .UPS2000-G Series Appearance UP S Specifications Rated Capacity 1 kVA/0.1 kg (RTL) Certification EN/IEC 62040-1. EN/IEC 62040-3. CB. CE. REACH. EN/IEC 62040-2. RoHS. and so on Communications USB and RS232 (optional: RS485.4 kW Input/output system 1-input 1-output 1-input 1-output Input connector IEC C14 (10 A) IEC C20 (16 A) Rated input voltage 200/208/220/230/240 V AC 200/208/220/230/240 V AC Battery voltage RTS model: 24 V DC RTL model: 36 V DC RTS model: 72 V DC RTL model: 96 V DC Rated output voltage 200/208/220/230/240 V AC 200/208/220/230/240 V AC Output socket 4 x IEC C13 (10 A) 6 x IEC C13 (10 A) Efficiency 88% 90% H x W x D (mm) 88 x 438 x 310 88 x 438 x 630 (RTS) 88 x 438 x 410 (RTL) Weight 12 kg (RTS) 7 kg (RTL) 29.3 kg (RTS) 15. WEEE. dry contact.8 kW 3 kVA/2.

battery mode: 50/60±0. CB.99 Battery voltage 192-240 V DC Output wiring L+N+PE L+N+PE or 3Ph+N+PE Output socket 2 x C13 (10 A) - Rated output voltage 220/230/240 V AC±1% Output frequency Online mode: track the bypass input. TLC. EN/IEC 62040-3. RoHS.21 Rated Capacity 6 kVA/ 5.1 Hz Efficiency 94% Noise < 55 dB H x W x D (mm) 86 x 430 x 585 Weight 14 kg Certification YD/1095-2008.5 kW 20 kVA/ 18 kW Input and output system 1/1 1/1 or 3/1 1/1 or 3/1 or 3/3 Input wiring L+N+PE L+N+PE or 3Ph+N+PE Rated input voltage 220/230/240 V AC L-N: 220/230/240 V AC Input power factor 0. SNMP) ±(192-240) V DC 94. REACH. WEEE Communications USB (optional: RS485. dry contact. CE. EN/IEC 62040-1. EN/IEC 62040-2.4 kW 10 kVA/ 9 kW 15 kVA/ 13.5% L-N: 220/230/240 V AC±1% 95% <58dB 130 x 430 x 685 16 kg 32 kg .

Cable and Switch Selection Reference External Circuit Breaker Residual Current Circuit Breaker Input 50 A. 1P. 1P - 3/1 Output 63 A. D type curve 100 mA Output 63 A. D trip curve 300 mA 10 mm² Battery 63 A - 16 mm² Output 125 A. 3P. 1P - Input 63 A. 1P - Bypass input 125 A. 1P. 3P - Input/Output Terminal System 6 kVA 1/1 10 kVA UP S UPS 1/1 15 kVA 3/1 3/3 1/1 20 kVA 3/1 3/3 300 mA 300 mA Cable Size 6 mm² 10 mm² 25 mm² 10 mm² 10 mm² 22 . D trip curve 300 mA 10 mm² Output 100 A. D trip curve 300 mA Output 100 A. 3P - Mains and bypass shared input 125 A. 1P - 25 mm² Bypass input 300 mA Main input 50 A. D trip curve 300 mA 25 mm² Main input 50 A. 3P. 1P. 3P. 1P - 1/1 Mains and bypass shared input 100 A. D trip curve 100 mA Output 50 A. 1P - Bypass input 100 A. D trip curve Output 63A. 1P - 25 mm² Bypass input 300 mA Mains input 63 A. 1P. D trip curve 500–1000 25 mm² mA adjustable Mains input 63 A. D trip curve 500–1000 mA adjustable 25 mm² Output 125 A. 3P. D trip curve Output 50 A. 1P. 1P.

Backup Time Number UPS of Battery Capacity Packs Battery Capacity Number of Batteries 9 Ah/12 V 2 packs 25% 50% 75% 100% 3x2 strings 60 40 25 15 9 Ah/12 V 3x4 strings 160 110 75 50 Battery box (1–4) 65 Ah/12 V 3 x 1-4 strings Maximum: 8 hours at 100% load Built-in battery 9 Ah/12 V 6 31 13 7 4 1 pack 9 Ah/12 V 8 45 17 11 7 2 packs 9 Ah/12 V 16 85 45 25 16 3 boxes 9 Ah/12 V 24 130 70 40 27 4 boxes 9 Ah/12 V 32 175 95 55 39 Battery Capacity Number of Batteries 30% 50% 80% 100% 1 20 36 19 9 6 2 40 77 46 25 19 60 120 68 43 29 4 80 174 92 57 46 1 20 26 12 7 4 2 40 57 32 17 12 60 88 53 29 23 4 80 125 70 44 32 2 40 35 18 9 7 4 80 79 48 26 19 120 125 70 44 32 160 171 96 57 48 1 pack 1 kVA 3 kVA Number UPS of Battery Capacity Packs 6 kVA 10 kVA 15 kVA 3 3 6 8 23 Backup Time (min) /By Load 7 Ah/12 V 9 Ah/12 V 9 Ah/12 V Backup Time (min) /By Load Configuration External Internal External Configuration External External External .

20 kVA UP S Number UPS of Battery Capacity Packs Backup Time (min) /By Load Number of Batteries 30% 50% 80% 100% 2 40 26 12 7 4 4 80 56 32 17 12 120 88 53 29 23 160 125 70 44 32 6 Battery Capacity 9 Ah/12 V 8 Configuration External UPS2000-G Series Optional Components 1 kVA 3 kVA 6 kVA 10 kVA 15 kVA 20 kVA Battery pack √ √ √ √ √ √ Parallel cable — — √ √ √ √ PDU — — √ √ √ √ Isolation transformer — — √ √ √ √ Temperature and humidity sensor √ √ √ √ √ √ Temperature sensor — √ √ √ √ √ Dry contact extension card — √ √ √ √ √ SNMP card — √ √ √ √ √ Modbus card — √ √ √ √ √ Rail component √ √ √ √ √ √ 24 .

ensuring power supply quality and better protecting loads • Supports built-in batteries. and dry contact • Supports alarm information reporting by SMS and email 25 . and office scenarios. reducing electricity fees • Supports various communications modes. USB. Features • Adopts the online double-conversion technology and has strong adaptability to loads. which can help eliminate the impact of nine power faults and therefore effectively protect loads. The UPS adopts the double-conversion technology. The high power density design adopted is spacesaving. space-saving. UPS2000-A is really a perfect power protection solution for small power scenarios. bank branches. The UPS can provide uninterruptible and reliable power supply to branch offices. suitable for office scenarios • Up to 90% efficiency in online mode. SNMP. It can be tower-mounted and has built-in batteries. including Modbus.Small UPS: Tower UPS2000-A Series 1–10 kVA Introduction The UPS2000-A series has a capacity ranging from 1 kVA to 10 kVA.

UPS2000-A Series Appearance UP S 1/2/3 kVA 6/10 kVA Specifications 1 kVA/0. EN/IEC 62040-3.2 kg Long backup 4. CB. EN/IEC 62040-2.1 kg Certification EN/IEC 62040-1. RS232 (optional: RS485.4 kg 9.6 kW Input socket C14 Rated input voltage 220/230/240 V AC Output socket 4 x IEC C13 (10 A) Rated output voltage 220/230/240 V AC±1% 220/230/240 V AC Efficiency 88% Standard backup time > 5 minutes (80% rated load) Operating temperature 0–40°C Noise <50 dB D x W x H (mm) Weight Standard backup 3 kVA/2.8 kW Rated Capacity 2 kVA/1.8 kg 27 kg 6.4 kW C14 C20 6 x IEC C13 (10 A) 6 x IEC C13 (10 A) 89% 90% 282 x 145 x 220 397 x 145 x 220 421 x 190 x 318 Long backup 282 x 145 x 220 397 x 145 x 220 397 x 145 x 220 Standard backup 16. CE. and so on Communications USB. SNMP and dry contact) 26 .7 kg 7.

WEEE. RS485. EN/IEC62040-2.Item 6 kVA Standard Version 10 kVA Standard Version 6 kVA 10 kVA Professional Professional Version Version Rated capacity (kVA/kW) 6 kVA /5. SNMP.4 kW Input wiring L+N+PE L+N+PE/L+L+PE Rated input voltage 220/230/240 V AC 208/220/230/240 V AC Output wiring L+N+PE L+N+PE/L+L+PE Rated output voltage 220/230/240 V AC 208/220/230/240 V AC Input/Output cable size 6 mm2 10 mm2 6 mm2 10 mm2 Input circuit breaker 50 A (D trip curve) 63 A (D trip curve) 50 A (D trip curve) 63 A (D trip curve) Output circuit breaker 50 A 63 A 50 A 63 A Efficiency 96% Backup time (standard model) > 5 minutes (80% rated load) > 4 minutes (80% rated load) > 6 minutes (80% rated load) > 5 minutes (80% rated load) Parallel capacity - 4 Built-in maintenance bypass - Yes Operating temperature 0–40OC Noise < 55 dB 580 x 250 x 605 D x W x H (mm) Weight Certification Standard backup 60 kg 66 kg 65 kg 71 kg Long backup 20 kg 21 kg 25 kg 26 kg EN/IEC62040-1. and so on Communications USB. EN/IEC62040-3. REACH.4 kW 10 kVA /9 kW 6 kVA /5. RoHS. CB. CE. dry contact 27 10 kVA /9 kW .

The charger current is adjustable. For 1 kVA. 2 kVA. the maximum charge current are 15 A. 12 A. 28 . and 3 kVA UPSs. and dry contact card. •• An external charger can enhance the charger capacity of a UPS with long backup time. and 10 A respectively. Modbus card.UPS2000-A Optional Components UPS UPS2000 -A-1KTTS UPS2000 -A-1KTTL UPS2000 UPS2000 -A-2KTTS -A-2KTTL UPS2000 -A-3KTTS UPS2000 -A-3KTTL Battery pack — √ — √ — √ External charger — √ — √ — √ Ambient temperature and humidity sensor √ √ √ √ √ √ Dry contact card √ √ √ √ √ √ Modbus card √ √ √ √ √ √ OVCD board √ √ √ √ √ √ Battery temperature sensor √ √ √ √ √ √ UPS UPS2000-A-6K (TTS-S) UPS2000-A-10K (TTS-S) UPS2000-A-6K (TTS-P) UPS2000-A-10K (TTS-P) SNMP card √ √ √ √ Modbus card √ √ √ √ Dry contact card √ √ √ √ Ambient temperature and humidity sensor √ √ √ √ Battery temperature sensor √ √ √ √ GSM modem √ √ √ √ Component UP S Component Remarks: •• Select one out of the SNMP card. •• The ambient temperature and humidity sensor should be used together with the SNMP card for monitoring the ambient temperature and humidity of the UPS.

Battery configuration and backup time for 1–3 kVA TTS Capacity Battery Capacity Battery Quantity Backup Time at 100% Load Configuration 1 kVA 9 Ah/12 V 2 4 minutes Built-in 2 kVA 9 Ah/12 V 4 4 minutes Built-in 3 kVA 9 Ah/12 V 6 4 minutes Built-in Battery configuration and backup time for 1–3 kVA TTL Capacity 1 kVA 2 kVA 3 kVA Battery Pack Quantity Battery Capacity Battery Quantity Backup Time (min)/Load 1 9 Ah/12 V 2 9 Ah/12 V 1-4 65 Ah/12 V 3 x (1-4) 1 9 Ah/12 V 6x2 85 45 25 17 2 9 Ah/12 V 6x4 175 95 55 39 1 9 Ah/12 V 8x2 85 45 25 17 2 9 Ah/12 V 8x4 175 95 55 39 25% 50% 75% 100% 3x2 77 39 21 15 3x4 159 83 47 36 Configuration External Max. 8 hours at 100% load External External Battery configuration and backup time for 6–10 kVA TTS Battery Capacity Battery Quantity 6 kVA standard 7 Ah/12 V 16 5 minutes Built-in 10 kVA standard version 9 Ah/12 V 16 4 minutes Built-in 6 kVA professional version 7 Ah/12 V 20 6 minutes Built-in 10 kVA professional version 9 Ah/12 V 20 5 minutes Built-in Capacity Backup Time at 100% Load Configuration Battery configuration and backup time for 6–10K TTL UPS 6 kVA 10 kVA 29 Battery Pack Quantity Battery Capacity Battery Quantity 1 9 Ah/12 V 2 9 Ah/12 V 1 9 Ah/12 V 2 9 Ah/12 V Backup Time (min)/Load 25% 50% 75% 100% 20 x 2 77 46 25 19 20 x 4 174 92 57 46 20 x 2 57 32 17 12 20 x 4 125 70 44 32 Configuration External External .

UPS capacity usage The equipment room houses various loads. Their relationship is: S2 = P2 + Q2. S (VA) = Voltage x Ampere 30 . which have large impact currents. List devices to which the UPS needs to provide power. and the UPS output power is usually expressed as the apparent power (measured in VA or kVA). voltage multiplied by current. UPS capacity calculation 1. Load power factor (PF) The ratio of active output power to reactive output power varies depending on the load type. The load power is usually expressed as the active power (measured in W or kW). 3. waveform distortion tends to occur. and VA 2. The formula is as follows: UPS output apparent power = Active load power/UPS load PF. It is required that the active UPS power be greater than the active load power. 2. Actual load capacity Normal power supply can be guaranteed only when the UPS capacity exceeds the actual load capacity. The actual load capacity can be expressed in three ways: active power P.UPS Calculation and Selection UP S Factors affecting the calculation results 1. If the UPS has a small capacity and runs continuously at heavy load. The UPS PF needs to be used to convert between the load power and UPS output power. such as non-linear loads and printers. The UPS needs to provide the two kinds of power sufficiently to the load at the same time. S stands for the UPS output apparent power (measured in VA). The apparent power consists of active power (measured in W) and reactive power (measured in Var). Find the rated power or voltage/current from the device label or instructions and calculate the apparent power S. W: active power K1: power factor When the rated voltage and current are available. and output-end power components may experience overcurrent. and the resulting heat affects system reliability.

In most cases.8 K3: environmental coefficient. 4. increase the number of devices based on the actual situation. measured in VA. The value is 1 in the case of no expansion requirements. For the electric machinery (inductive) load. The preceding UPS configuration only meets the basic capacity requirements. The principle is to configure one redundant module for each five power modules. the impact current of the electric machinery load is 6-8 times of the rated current. six modules are required for the redundancy design.. For example.. For the modular UPS. Calculate the capacity of the UPS: K2: UPS capacity usage. Calculate the total capacity of loads: ΣS = S1 + S2 + . Remarks 1. Confirm the load type before selecting a UPS. which is related to temperature and altitude. sum of the apparent power of each device. the impact current of the load during startup needs to be considered. 31 . 3. if five power modules are required. + Sn. The UPS capacity must be able to bear the corresponding impact power. K4: capacity expansion coefficient that is determined based on customer requirements. 12 modules are required for the redundancy design. with an average value of 0. modular redundancy configuration can be achieved. Generally.3. if 10 power modules are required. that is. UPS selection Determine the UPS model according to the UPS capacity calculated above and the actual requirements (tower or modular). 2. For N+X redundancy or dual-bus redundancy configuration. the value is 1.

UPS backup time. 3. 4. Calculate the power satisfaction rate in different configuration solutions based on the data of battery discharge at a constant power. If the actual UPS load power is not given. The number of battery strings connected in parallel should not exceed 4 for reliability purposes. Calculate the discharge power of each battery (U) according to the total battery supply power (W). Calculate the total battery supply power required (W). W= Q x δ/ρ. choose the active UPS power rather than the apparent power (W rather than VA). n= Vr /2. Choose the configuration solution using the least number of battery strings among all solutions if the configured battery power meets requirements. U =W/n/K5 2. Calculate the number of batteries (n) in a battery string according to the rated battery string voltage. W= P/ρ. Remarks 1. U =W/n/K5 W: total power of battery string (W) P: actual UPS load power (VA) Q: nominal UPS apparent power (VA) δ: UPS output power factor n: battery cell number (cell) ρ: battery inverter efficiency (%) Vr: battery group operating voltage (V) U: discharge power per battery (W/cell. 2. 2. calculate the battery power according to the nominal UPS apparent power. A10% tolerance is allowed when the nominal UPS apparent power is used for calculation. 5. K5: derating coefficient (see appendix)   Battery calculation steps 1. 32 . number of batteries (n).Battery Calculation and Selection UP S Total power of battery 1. When calculating the total battery supply power. n= Vr /2. calculate the battery power according to actual UPS load. If the actual UPS load power is given. and battery EOD voltage.

determine the tripping current of the battery breaker box to be selected. Calculate the battery discharge power. Calculate the highest operating voltage of battery string. Based on the largest battery short-circuit currents provided by vendors. Calculate the operating voltage (Highest battery string operating voltage Vmax x Redundancy coefficient 1. Calculation steps 1.Battery Breaker Box Calculation and Selection Prerequisites: The battery type. Vmax = VCV x Nbat Vcv: equalized charging voltage per battery Nbat: number of batteries per string 2. 7. Determine the battery bus bar box (BBB box) specifications: Voltage specification: same as the battery breaker box Current specification: total highest battery discharge current I max x redundancy coefficient 1. Calculate the largest uninterruptible current Iu (A) IU = Imax /N N: battery string quantity 5. Calculate the largest total battery discharge current Imax (A) Imax = P/Uoff Uoff: end of discharge (EOD) voltage per cell 4. P = PO/ρ PO: total UPS output power ρ: UPS inverter efficiency 3. number of batteries in a battery string. 6.2) and operating current (Uninterruptible current Iu x Redundancy coefficient 1. and number of battery strings have been determined.2 33 .2) of the battery breaker box to be selected.

Cable Calculation and Selection UP S The following needs to be considered before cable calculation: 1: UPS rated current 2: Cable derating and redundancy 3: Voltage drop on the cable 4: Suitable cable specification for UPS terminals   Calculation steps 1. 4. I IN = S + PLOSS + PCHG U b. I O = S U P c. and temperature resistance requirements of the UPS cable. and the DC voltage drop on the cable should be no more than 1% of the UPS output voltage. the current-carrying capacity redundancy after weighting should not be less than 30%. Confirm the cable length according to the site survey result. verify again by performing steps 3 through 5. Remarks When choosing a cable type. I BAT = ρ * U OFF The highest uninterruptible current Iu is calculated to ensure the battery failure tolerance capability when multiple battery strings are connected in parallel. 34 . That is. the remaining battery strings should be able to provide the full load current to the UPS. when one battery string is abnormal and does not work. • For multiple cables connected in parallel. a. current redundancy should be considered: • For a single cable. pressure resistance. If the voltage drop exceeds the requirement. the current-carrying capacity redundancy should not be less than 20%. 3. choose the cable with larger size and 7. Calculate the UPS operating current. 5. IIN: UPS input current IO: UPS output current IBAT: battery discharge current S: UPS output apparent power P: UPS load rate PLOSS: UPS internal loss PCHG: USP charge power ρ: battery inverter efficiency U: UPS rated voltage UOFF: battery string EOD voltage 2. Choose a cable type (such as RV or YJV) based on the insulation level. Verify the voltage drop on the cable according to the calculation method provided by cable vendor: The AC voltage drop on the cable should be no more than 2% of the UPS output voltage. 6. Determine the cable model according to the current specification calculated in 1.

two 20 kVA UPSs connected in parallel with 30 kVA load are 2+0 configuration without redundancy. but 2+0 is a parallel configuration without redundancy. 4.8 for old servers and IT equipment. the redundant part can provide reliable power supply to important loads. When a point fails. UPS vendors conduct the redundancy design for vulnerable and key components.7. Therefore.2P can satisfy only the basic requirement of electric equipment. If one UPS fails. weak points that may cause single point failure are not allowed in the UPS. The capacity calculated according to formula E ≥ 1. If one UPS fails. the load power factor is 0. the system transfers to bypass mode and cannot provide power protection.2 considered? A: No. both 1+1 and 2+0 are parallel configurations. Q: How can I determine the load power factor? A: Generally. The UPS capacity redundancy configuration is performed not only to meet future capacity expansion requirements. For example. Q : What is a single point failure? Do other vendors also provide design for single point failure like the UPS5000-E does? A: A single point failure is a failure at a point that leads to breakdown of the entire system. For example. but not include the redundancy capacity. the other UPS will take over the entire load and run properly. the other ECM smoothly takes over functions to ensure normal system running. thereby ensuring the reliability of the power supply system. So. 35 . Q: Why is redundancy capacity considered for UPS configuration? A: According to GB/T50174-2008-8. The second reason is to ensure that the UPS still has sufficient capacity if extra load is added to UPS in the future.9 for servers and IT equipment and 0.FAQ 1. To ensure reliable power supply to important loads. Q: What will happen if one ECM is removed from a Huawei modular UPS? A: The Huawei modular UPS has 1+1 redundancy design for the ECM. The system can run properly even one ECM fails. Two 20 kVA UPSs connected in parallel with 15 kVA load are 1+1 configuration with redundancy. However. can the UPS capacity configuration be performed without redundancy coefficient 1. the redundancy design should be considered during product design. 1+1 is a parallel configuration with redundancy. 6. Q: What is the difference between redundancy configuration and parallel configuration? A: Redundancy is configured in terms of capacity. If one ECM is removed or damaged. 5. but also to ensure that the UPS can still work under the normal load range when the load increases. Generally. only one ECM is configured. redundancy capacity should be considered before the UPS capacity is finalized for two reasons. For most UPSs in the industry. 2. such as the fan and auxiliary power source. If both ECMs are removed. Q: Capacity can be expanded on demand by adding power modules for a modular UPS. The first reason is to prevent the UPS from running in overload status and ensure the reliability of power system. the UPS transfers to bypass mode to provide uninterruptible power to customer equipment.1. 3. Huawei UPS5000-E has the unique energy control module (ECM) redundancy in addition to redundancy for the preceding components.

UP S 36 .

Huawei Data Center Energy Handbook Precision Air Conditioner Selection & Configuration 37 .

Air Conditioning System 38 .

•• The visual teamwork control networking supports a maximum of 32 units. suitable especially for data center loads. It can be replaced onsite without soldering. Huawei Precision AC NetCol Naming Rules Indoor Unit 39 NetCol 5000 - A 035 H 1 2 3 4 5 6 .0 •• EC fan: 30%-100% stepless speed adjustment. high efficiency at partial load. with less cooling capacity derating than others •• CE certified: strictly complies with European EMC standards •• Low startup current: uses DC inverter. IPLV up to 4. Precision control can be implemented over air conditioner backup capacity and energy consumption.NetCol5000-A Series (Air-Cooled. The startup current is less than rated current. •• The compressor is connected by Rotalock (screw). causing less impact to the power grid. In-row) 25/35 kW in-row AC 20 kW in-row AC Value & Features •• DC inverter: stepless cooling capacity adjustment. precisely matching the IT equipment air flow and reducing energy consumption by 30% than an AC fan •• +55°C stable operation: works stably at extremely high ambient temperature.

Outdoor Unit NetCol 500 - A 038 1 2 3 4 5 No. C: chilled water 5 Cooling capacity 035: a cooling capacity of 35 kW 6 Air discharge H: horizontal flow. Function Description 1 Series name Huawei NetCol precision AC series 2 Model range 500: outdoor unit 4 Cooling mode A: air cooled 5 Cooling capacity 038: a heat dissipating capacity of 38 kW NetCol5000-A Configuration NetCol5000-A interior EC fan Electric control box High efficient evaporator DC inverter compressor 40 . U: up flow. 8000: in-room AC 3 Hyphen 4 Cooling mode A: air cooled. D: down flow Air Conditioning System No.Function Description 1 Series name Huawei NetCol precision AC series 2 Model range 5000: in-row AC.

8 35.0 Sensible cooling capacity kW 19.7 31.4 38.500 Refrigerant - R410A PTC electric heating Heating capacity kW 3 6 Electrode humidifier Humidifier capacity kg/h 2 3 .4 38.0 Total cooling capacity kW 19.0 Sensible cooling capacity kW 20.4 29. 380415/3/60 40°C DB/20% RH Total cooling capacity kW 23.7 25.000 4.6 22.2 22.4 29.1 Total cooling capacity kW 21.7 Sensible cooling capacity kW 21.7 25.2 23.5 27.NetCol5000.8 35.9 33.2 23.600 6.2 35.2 Air volume m3/h 4.5 27.7 Total cooling capacity kW 20.2 Sensible cooling capacity kW 17.9 33.Technical Specifications NetCol5000-A Indoor Unit Technical Specifications Item Air supply mode Power supply Unit - Model NetCol5000.7 31.0 37°C DB/24% RH 35°C DB/26% RH Cooling performance parameters 32°C DB/29% RH 30°C DB/34% RH Total cooling capacity 41 kW 18.NetCol5000A020H A025H A035H Horizontal flow V/Phase/ 380-415/3/50 Hz (60) 380-415/3/50.1 Sensible cooling capacity kW 23.2 35.

gas pipe: 3/4 DN19 Self-draining pipe mm DN19 Condensate drainpipe mm DN19 A 23 (16. T3 condition: highest userdefined temperature 55ºC • NetCol5000-A020H supports only pipe routing from the bottom.0) 32. • Data is subject to change without prior notice.Water pipe diameter Indoor unit power distribution parameters Unit Model NetCol5000. Note: • Air cooled type cooling capacity calibrating condition: outdoor ambient temperature 35ºC • T1 condition: highest user-defined temperature 45ºC. Other models support pipe routing from the top and bottom.0 (26.NetCol5000.NetCol5000A020H A025H A035H Installation distance L ≤ 25 m inch Liquid pipe:1/2.5) 29.0 (23.0) Recommended switch capacity A 32 40 40 Recommended cable size mm2 5 x 4  5 x 6  5 x 6   300 × 1000 × 2000 600 × 1100 × 2000 230 350 T1 condition: NetCol500A032 T1 condition: NetCol 500A032 T1 condition: NetCol500A038 T3 condition: NetCol500A038 T3 condition: NetCol500A038 T3 condition: NetCol500A072 1 1 1 WxDxH mm Indoor unit weight Net weight kg Outdoor unit Liquid pipe: 5/8 Gas pipe: 7/8 Full load current① Indoor unit dimensions Type Quantity / Integer Air Conditioning System Refrigerant copper pipe diameter Item ①: The data in parentheses applies to the indoor unit without the electric heater and humidifier. 42 . gas pipe: 5/8 Installation distance 25 < L ≤ 60 m inch Humidifier pipe mm Liquid pipe: 5/8.

-40ºC.NetCol5000-A Air Cooled Unit Condenser • Implements stepless speed adjustment depending on the condensing pressure change • Suitable for various harsh outdoor environment (such as desert. mine area. and 55ºC) • Supports horizontal and vertical installation (vertical installation allows stackup) • Separate power for the outdoor unit Outdoor unit dimensions Top view of recommended space for horizontal installation Top view of recommended space for vertical installation 43 .

T3 condition: –5ºC to +52ºC 2. three in cold aisle and three in hot aisle (recommended). Pipe Equivalent Length Allowed Outdoor unit higher than indoor unit 20 m (10 m for a 20 kW unit) 60 m (20 m for a 20 kW unit connected to a 038 outdoor unit) Outdoor unit lower than indoor unit 5m 60 m Note: Contact Huawei if the installation distance exceeds the maximum value allowed. The modules are used to monitor the temperatures and humidities of the aisles. • External temperature and humidity detection module: A maximum of six such modules can be configured per unit. T1 condition for NetCol5000-A020H unit: –15ºC to + 45ºC.5 Recommended circuit breaker A 6 6 6 1370 (1220) x 1094 x 1160 (720) 2200 (2050) × 1094 × 1100 (654) mm² 5 x 2.5 (440-480 V) Dimensions: W1 (W2) x D x H1 (H2) mm 1350 (1220) x 1094 × 1160 (720) Air Conditioning System Recommended cable specifications 2 –20ºC to +55ºC Remarks: 1. Location Relationship Max. • Frame kit: can increase the unit depth to 1200 mm • Upper enclosure frame: can increase the unit height to 2200 mm • Condensate pump: required when pipes are routed from the top or the customer has special requirements • Low-temperature component: applies to low temperature scenarios and can expand the outdoor unit operating temperature to –40ºC 44 . The temperature to be used should be determined to match the indoor unit. Optional Components & Functions • Heating and humidification: This function can be configured depending on the project requirements. 380–480/3/60 Fan quantity Integer 1 Net weight kg 110 130 185 Operating temperature of standard unit ºC –20ºC to +45ºC –20ºC to +55ºC –20ºC to +55ºC Operating temperature of low-temperature component element ºC –40ºC to +45ºC Full load current A 2. Height Difference Allowed Max.5 2.5 4.5 (380-415 V) 4 x 2.Outdoor Condenser Technical Specifications Item NetCol500 -A0325 Unit NetCol500 -A0385 NetCol500 -A0725 Power source V/Ph/Hz 380–480/3/50.

with an efficiency up to 94%. It can be maintained from the front and rear. Condensate drainage is not affected when one pump fails. The system automatically switches to the other power source in the case of power failure. Performance is not affected when a single fan is faulty. • Dual power sources: Supports dual power sources. The rated power of the entire system is only 1. • The unit supports pipe routing. • The leading-edge 7-inch colored touchscreen features innovated one-touch interface switch and displays temperature and humidity curves of the last 30 days. • Dual condensed water pumps: Dual floats & dual condensed pumps are used. and condensate drainage from both the top and bottom of the unit. • Online fan maintenance: The fan can be replaced without a power-off. cabling. In-row) 30 kW in-row AC Value & Features • High efficiency DC power module: Fans are powered by high efficiency self-developed DC power modules. • Eight EC fans: The mutually backed up fans ensures smooth air flow. 45 .0 kW.NetCol5000-C Series (Chilled-Water.

77 30.03 Water pressure drop kPa 92 74 60 47 46 .18 4.76 5.NetCol5000-C Configuration NetCol5000-C interior DC power 2 6 Air filter 3 5 3-way regulating valve 4 Control box 1 Pipe Surface cooler Air Conditioning System 7 EC fan Technical Specifications Indoor Unit Technical Specifications Item Unit NetCol5000-C030H Power supply V/Ph/Hz 200–240/1/50.33 Water flow rate m³/h 6.90 5.70 33.00 26.00 27.48 5.33 Sensible cooling capacity kW 37.77 30.46 4.68 Water pressure drop kPa 98 90 74 62 37ºC DB/21% RH Total cooling capacity kW 33.00 26.91 30.18 4.91 30.44 Sensible cooling capacity kW 33.04 23.00 27.70 33.44 Water flow rate m³/h 5.04 23. 200–240/1/60 Supply/Return water - 7oC/12oC 10oC/15oC 13oC/18oC 15oC/20oC 40ºC DB/18% RH Total cooling capacity kW 37.

31 23. outer diameter Φ7 Condensate water drainpipe diameter mm Standard Φ10.31 23.92 17.01 11.77 32ºC DB/28% RH Total cooling capacity Water flow rate m³/h 4.53 20. • Data is subject to change without prior notice.03 3.37 19.92 17.68 4.06 2.36 2.92 14.94 Water pressure drop kPa 42 29 15 11 Air flow rate m3/h 5100 Chilled water inlet and outlet pipe diameter mm DN25 Condensate water forcible drainpipe diameter mm Standard Φ4. 47 .44 16.68 4.92 14.44 16.26 23.41 1. outer diameter Φ14 Full load current A 5.5A Recommended circuit breaker A 10 2 Recommended cable size mm 2 x 2.74 3.11 3.88 Water pressure drop kPa 62 49 33 19 kW 21.01 11.31 Sensible cooling capacity kW 21. ② The data in parentheses applies to the 1200 mm-deep unit.26 23.37 19.60 Water pressure drop kPa 84 62 50 39 kW 27.44 4.77 Sensible cooling capacity kW 27.83 Sensible cooling capacity kW 31.53 20.29 27.Unit NetCol5000-C030H kW 31.5 Dimensions (W x H x D①) mm 300 x 2000 x 1000 (300 x 2000 x 1200) Net weight② kg 230 (240) ① The data in parentheses applies to the unit with a 200 mm-deep frame kit.31 28ºC DB/35%RH Total cooling capacity Water flow rate m³/h 3.83 Item 35ºC DB/23%RH Total cooling capacity Water flow rate m³/h 5.29 27.

NetCol520 Chilled–Water Distribution Unit
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3

1

4

3

Air Conditioning System

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5

4
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1 Top cover

2 Front panel

1 Return water divide pipe 2 Return water main pipe

3 Top water inlet & outlet

3 Exhaust valve

4 Door lock

5 Supply water divide pipe

5 Side panel

4 Supply water main pipe

6 Caster

6 Bottom supply & return water main pipe knock-out
hole

7 Leveling foot

7 Bottom supply & return water divide pipe hole

NetCol520 Chilled–Water Distribution Unit Specifications
Item

Specifications

Unit model

NetCol520-T12 (pipe routing from the top)/
NetCol520-B12 (pipe routing from the bottom)

Dimensions (H x W x D mm)

1800 × 1200 × 600

Unit weight (kg)

203

Water flow rate (m³/h)

43.2

Environmental specifications

Indoor, class A environment

Installation mode

Installed on the concrete floor or raised floor

• Data is subject to change without prior notice.

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Optional Components & Functions
• External water sensor: can be configured depending on the project requirements.
• External temperature and humidity detection module: A maximum of six such modules
can be configured per unit, three in cold aisle and three in hot aisle (recommended).
The modules are used to monitor the temperatures and humidities of the aisles.
• Frame kit: can increase the unit depth to 1200 mm
• Upper enclosure frame: can increase the unit height to 2200 mm
• Chilled water distribution unit: supports pipe routing from both the top and bottom
of the unit, can balance the water pressure between the divide pipes and distribute
the water flow on demand

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NetCol8000-A Series
(Air Cooled, In-room, R410A)
Air Conditioning System

50 kW downflow AC

100 kW downflow AC

Value & Features
• The CFD simulation and field synergy help reduce the air pressure by 30% and
increase the cooling capacity density by 15%.
• For a single unit, the unique energy-saving mode increases the energy efficiency ratio
by 26% for some loads. For multiple units, the collaborated efficiency optimization
algorithm avoids competitive operation and increases energy saving by more than
30% for the cooling system.
• The independent dual module design is implemented for the 100 kW unit. The
modules mutually back up each other. If one module is faulty, the operation of the
other module is not affected.
• The unique 6 kV surge protection and filtering function is supported.
• The independent dual module design is implemented for the 100 kW unit. This design
allows onsite disassembling and does not require welding, reducing the requirements
on the dimensions of elevators and doors.
• The units are all maintained from the front, can be installed against the wall or side by
side, and have the lowest maintenance space requirements in the industry.

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NetCol8000-A Configuration NetCol8000-A interior Strong and weak electrical isolation.000 28.8 93.0 Sensible cooling capacity kW 46.5 Air flow rate m3/h 14. enhancing the electrical safety High efficiency scroll compressor Infrared humidifier EC fan TTechnical Specifications Indoor Unit Technical Specifications Item Unit Power supply Air supply method Cooling performance parameters PTC electric heating 51 NetCol8000A050D NetCol8000A100D V/Ph/Hz 380–415/3/50 - Downflow Downflow Total cooling capacity kW 50.0 100.000 Refrigerant - R410A Heating capacity kW 6 EC fan 12 .

0 Recommended circuit breaker A 50. condensing temperature 45ºC • Data is subject to change without prior notice.Infrared humidifier Refrigerant copper pipe diameter Indoor unit power distribution parameters Unit NetCol8000A050D NetCol8000A100D Humidifier capacity kg/h 7 10 Humidifier water inlet pipe mm DN19 Condensate water drainpipe mm DN19 Installation distance L ≤ 30 m mm Liquid pipe: 5/8 inch. gas pipe: 7/8 inch Installation distance 30 m < L ≤ 60 m mm Liquid pipe: 7/8 inch.0 76. gas pipe: 1 inch Full load current (EC model) A 38. 52 .0 100.0 5 x 16 5 x 25 mm2 Cable specification Compressor and indoor fans Fan quantity Integer 1 2 Compressor quantity Integer 1 2 1140 × 890 × 1980 2280 × 890 × 1980 kg 415 830 – T1 condition: NetCol500-A072 T3 condition: NetCol500-A088 Indoor unit dimensions WxDxH mm Indoor unit weight Net weight Model Outdoor unit Quantity unit 1 Air Conditioning System Water pipe diameter Item 2 Note: • Nominal cooling condition for air-cooled models: return air temperature 24ºC. relative humidity 50%.

NetCol8000-A (R410A) Series Air-Cooled Outdoor Unit Condenser • Implements stepless speed adjustment depending on the condensing pressure change • Suitable for various harsh outdoor environment (such as desert. –40ºC. mine area. and 55ºC) • Supports horizontal and vertical installation • Separate power for the outdoor unit Outdoor unit dimensions Top view of recommended space for horizontal installation Top view of recommended space for vertical installation 53 .

54 .25 Recommended circuit breaker A Air Conditioning System Item 10 2 Cable specification mm 5 x 2.15 6. Pipe Equivalent Length Allowed Outdoor unit higher than indoor unit 20 m 60 m Outdoor unit lower than indoor unit 5m 60 m Note: Contact Huawei if the installation distance exceeds the maximum value allowed.Outdoor Condenser Technical Specifications Unit NetCol500-A072 Power supply V/Ph/Hz 380–415/3/50 NetCol500-A088 Fan quantity Integer 2 Net weight kg 150 200 Operating temperature of standard unit ºC –30ºC to +45ºC –20ºC to +55ºC Full load current A 3.5 Dimensions: W1 (W2) x D x H1 (H2) mm 2180 (2050) × 1094 × 1100 (654) 2410 (2280) × 1270 x 1275 (828) Location Relationship Max. Height Difference Allowed Max.

•• Modular design allows modules to mutually back up each other. 30% more energy saving than AC fan •• High efficiency heat exchange: The blue hydrophilic aluminum foil and a large-area V-type or A-type evaporator improves heat exchange efficiency by 10%. the operation of the other module is not affected. can be installed against the wall or side by side. In-room) 30–150 kW precision AC Value & Features •• EC fan: 30%–100% stepless adjustment.NetCol8000-C Series (Chilled-Water. and have the lowest maintenance space requirements in the industry. dynamically distributes cooling capacity. If one module is faulty. installed under floor. and enables the main control system backup function. •• The units are all maintained from the front. •• The teamwork control networking function provides an optimized alternate operation of ACs to avoid conflict within a multi-unit system. 55 .

6 3.8 21.7 120.350 14.000 13.2 101.7 46.5 75. 440–480/3/60 Air supply method - Downflow Upflow Downflow Upflow Total cooling capacity kW 57.0 74.2 Water pressure drop kPa 80 78 100 100 90 100 Chilled water inlet/outlet pipe diameter - Humidifier water inlet pipe diameter - BSPP 3/4 inch Condensate water drainpipe diameter - 3/4 inch  Electric heating capacity kW Humidifier capacity kg/h 1-5/8 inch  Air Conditioning System Power supply Unit 2-1 /8 inch 6 12 7 10 Full load current A 20.Technical Specifications Indoor Unit Technical Specifications Item NetCol8000 -C050D V/Ph/ Hz NetCol8000 -C050U NetCol8000 -C070D NetCol8000 -C070U NetCol8000 -C120D NetCol8000 -C150D 380–415/3/50. 380–415/3/60. 56 .3 21. relative humidity 50%.0 Sensible cooling capacity kW 47.0 Air flow rate m3/h 12.750 26.000 Fan quantity Integer 1 1 1 1 2 2 Water flow rate l/s 2.0 150.600 12.7 3. inlet/outlet water temperature 7ºC/12ºC • Data is subject to change without prior notice.1 38 39.8 2.5 60.5 6.0 7.4 Recommended circuit breaker A 25 25 25 25 50 50 Cable specification mm2 5x6 5x6 5x6 5x6 5 x 10 5 x 10 Dimensions (W x D x H) mm 1140 x 890 x 1980 2280 x 890 x 1980 Note: • Nominal cooling condition for chilled water models: return air temperature 24ºC.0 Downflow Downflow 124.600 28.0 59.5 56.0 19.

can be configured depending on the customer's requirements •• Overflow detection module: optional component that can be configured depending on the customer's requirements 57 .Optional Components & Functions •• Smoke sensor: optional component that can be configured depending on the customer's requirements •• Cap: optional component for upflow units.

Rated power refers to the nameplate power of servers.In-row Precision AC Selection •• IT power = IT rated power x 0. consider the IT load coefficient. At least one AC with the humidifier must be available when the module works properly.05 = 89 kW Required AC quantity: N1 = C/35 = 2. Note: IT power is the amount of heat released by servers.5 (rounded up to 3) With N+1 redundancy considered.05 is UPS heat dissipation margin coefficient.7 kW Required cooling capacity: C = W x 1.15 is the AC margin coefficient. The rated power of each cabinet is designed as 11 kW.67 = 73. if the power provided by the customer is confirmed the nameplate power. If air cooled in-row ACs (with humidifier) each with a sensible cooling capacity of 35 kW and N+1 redundancy need to be used. and SCC is the sensible cooling capacity •• Redundancy principle: Adopt N+1 redundancy for a contained module. Ten IT cabinets are configured for the module.15 x 1. at least two ACs with humidifiers must be configured for each module. which is usually available on the server label.05/SCC (Round up the quantity if the result is not an integer. how many ACs are required? Solution: Module IT power consumption: W = 10 x 11 x 0.) Air Conditioning System Note: 1. Example A data center uses a contained dual-aisle module.67 is the IT load coefficient) •• AC quantity = IT power x 1.15 x 1.67 (0. When working out a solution. The module has built-in UPS and batteries. to achieve N + 1 redundancy. total AC quantity: N2 = N1 + 1 = 4 Schematic arrangement PDF UPS IT AC IT IT AC IT IT IT IT Cold Aisle Containment Battery cabinet Battery cabinet AC IT IT AC IT 58 . Therefore. which is the actual power (load). 1.

The sensible heat ratio is 0.87 = 493 kW AC quantity N1 = Q1/100 = 4.15 is the AC margin coefficient.) • Redundancy principle: Adopt 8+1 redundancy.3 kW AC quantity N2 = Q2/30= 1.9 (rounded up to 5) UPS power room AC heat load: Q2 = 1. when the AC quantity is greater than 8 and no more than 16.67 = 328. The room structure heat load is 0.15 x B/SHR 1.15 x A/SHR 1. 3% is the heat load coefficient of the power supply and distribution/cabling cabinet.1 + 0.15 x A/0.12 x UPS room area.15 x 10% x IT power/SHR + 1.87 + 1.87.87.1 kW/m2 x room area (m2). ACs required in the UPS power room N4 = 2 + 1 = 3 59 . including the maintenance structure and room lighting heat load) • AC quantity=AC heat load/AC cooling capacity (Round up the quantity if the result is not an integer.87.15 x 10% x W/0. 10% is power supply and distribution/UPS conversion power loss coefficient. That is. and there are a total of 70 cabinets.87 + 1. and so on.5 kW upflow air cooled AC). and the lighting heat load is 0.15 is the AC margin coefficient. and the UPS power room uses the upflow mode (12. with the rated power of each cabinet designed as 7 kW.02) x 50 = 6 kW Computer room AC heat load: Q1 = 1.87 = 53.15 x B/0.12 kW/m2 x Computer room area. B = 0. SHR is sensible heat ratio.02 kW/m2 x room area (m2). when the AC quantity is equal to or less than 8. How many ACs are required in the computer room and UPS power room separately? Solution: Computer room IT power: W = 70 x 7 x 0. ACs required in the computer room N3 = 5 + 1 = 6. including the maintenance structure and room lighting heat load) • AC heat load of UPS room = 1.15 x (1 + 3%) x IT power/SHR + 1. the UPS power room area is 50 m2. Example The B data center computer room area is 300 m2.1 + 0.15 x (1 + 3%) x W/0. SHR is 0.In-room Precision AC Selection • Computer room AC heat load = 1. 2 backup ACs are required. The computer room uses the underfloor flow mode (100 kV downflow air cooled AC). and SHR is 0.02) x 300 = 36 kW UPS power room environment heat load: B = (0.3 kW Computer room environment heat load: A = (0. A = 0.8 (rounded up to 2) With 8+1 redundancy considered. 1 backup AC is required.

calibration center 250–300 w/m2 UPS and battery room. power engine room 350–400 w/m2 Hospital testing room. control center 350–500 w/m2 Precision Job Shop 350–400 w/m2 Standard testing room. you can calculate the cooling capacity as follows: Q=SxP Q: Total cooling capacity (kW). S: Computer room area (m2). tobacco warehouse 150–200 w/m2 Air Conditioning System Computer Room Type 60 . biological and chemical culture room 200–250 w/m2 Testing room.If only the type and size of the room are obtained. mobile base station 350–500 w/m2 Transmission room 250–350 w/m2 IDC computer room (data center) 600–2000 w/m2 Cloud computing data center 1000–10000 w/m2 Computer room. P: Estimation cold index (selected according to the estimation factor that varies depending on the room type) Cold Load Coefficient P Telecom switch room.

In-row ACs use electrode humidifiers and in-room-level ACs use infrared humidifiers. that is. A maximum of five external temperature and humidity sensors can be optionally configured. 3.Precision AC FAQ 1. two for return air. and one for water outlet) and a built-in return air temperature and humidity sensor. 61 . and one return air temperature and humidity sensor. Condensate collection and draining are automatically performed in the AC. Pipe routing from the top is used in most cases. Q: What are the AC types in modular data centers? How to ensure the safety of chilled water ACs? A: Both air cooled and chilled water ACs (in-row) are supported. 6. A maximum of six external temperature and humidity sensors can be optionally configured. 3. there are six built-in temperature sensors (two for supply air. If a raised floor is available. Set heat preservation for pipes. Q: How many temperature and humidity sensors are configured for the Huawei chilled water in-row AC? A: In standard configuration. chilled water pipes can be routed from under the floor. Q: What is the level of Huawei AC filters? A: The filter level is G3 for NetCol5000-C030 and NetCol5000-A020 and G4 for other air conditioners. 2. chilled water pipes must be routed from the top of the aisle and there must be physical isolation. Q: How many temperature and humidity sensors are configured for the Huawei air cooled in-row AC? A: In standard configuration. there are three built-in supply air temperature sensors. Q: What are the working principles and pipe routing methods of air cooled and chilled water in-row ACs? A: The working principle of the air cooled in-row AC is the same as the home air conditioner. Both air cooled and chilled water ACs support pipe routing from the top and bottom (except NetCol5000-A020). Safety measures for the water chilled AC: 1. A chilled water AC uses the cold water from chillers to migrate heat from indoors to the chillers. 5. achieving refrigeration by migrating the heat from indoors to outdoors based on the refrigerant state changes. two built-in return air temperature sensors. one for water inlet. if there is no raised floor. 4. 2. Q: What are the heating and humidification configurations for Huawei ACs? A: All Huawei ACs use PTC electric heating.

quick humidification speed. 10. The traditional downflow mode requires a raised floor. no bypass return air humidification function . In addition. the return air temperature cannot exactly match the heat of each cabinet. bringing less workload. Therefore. imposing high requirements for the floor height of a building. which can effectively eliminate the issue of partial hot spots. If the customer has determined the downflow mode as a preference. no dust. perfectly eliminating the risk of partial hot spots. using the modular horizontal air supply mode conforms to the service development trends in the future. odorless. The power density supported by the downflow mode is generally not more than 5 kW per rack. automatic washing of humidifier tank. 2: The cold aisle is sealed to isolate cold air and hot air to share cool air in the container. not affected by water quality.7. resulting in the hot spots in part areas. Disadvantages: slower humidification than electrode humidifiers. Advantages: fast humidification. slow to start. The future trends are high power density and high integration. and the partial hot spot issue is more prominent. and the horizontal temperature gradient is less than 1ºC. The horizontal mode applies to a power density of 3 kW or more per rack. easy maintenance. Q: Is the infrared humidifier superior to the electrode humidifier? A: Infrared humidifier: 1. The hot spot issue brings great risks to device safety. The engineering for the downflow mode is more complex than in-row ACs and the energy-saving effect is not as good as in-row ACs. support for the automatic washing and bypass return air humidification functions. Q: Huawei modular data center uses the horizontal mode. They also support high-density deployment. inconvenient maintenance 8. In addition. Q: What are the differences and disadvantages of in-row cooling when compared with the traditional downflow mode? A: In-row ACs are more energy efficient and require no raised floor. safe. This eliminates partial hot spots. repeated use 2. 9. Our methods of resolving this issue: 1: In-room ACs use the local cooling mode and horizontal air flow. which is a more suitable mode for us? A: The underfloor downflow mode applies to a power density of less than 5 kW per rack. high water quality requirements. Advantages: low cost. Q: How to resolve the hot spot issue? A: In-room ACs have long air delivery distance. 62 Air Conditioning System Electrode humidifier: 1. As a result. which can quickly and evenly cool IT equipment. sterile. The vertical temperature gradient is almost zero. the vertical temperature gradient is large. high efficiency 2. the AC indoor unit in the container can adjust fan air volume and cooling capacity based on the power density to eliminate partial hot spots. Disadvantages: high cost. reliable.

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The UPS and PDU are deployed in N+1 redundancy (or 2N). One precision PDU is deployed inside each micro-module to supply power to each rack and monitor basic parameters such as voltage current. In a small data center. the precision PDU integrates the UPS PDU to supply power to each rack in all micro-modules.and medium enterprise data center • Central communications data center • Central headquarters data center • IDC data center Configuration The following figure shows the centralized power distribution solution for data centers. UPS input/output PDU. AC UPS input PDU UPS Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack Precision Rack PDU Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack Precision Rack PDU Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack Precision Rack PDU Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack AC AC PDU Power input Rack UPS output PDU AC 65 . medium. In a medium or large date center.Power distribution solution Centralized Introduction The centralized power distribution solution supports both traditional data centers and modular date centers. Scenarios The centralized power distribution solution applies to small. and harmonic. UPS and UPS PDU are deployed together. and large date centers. and a precision PDU is deployed in each micromodule. The UPS. and air conditioner PDU provide centralized power supply for micro-modules in N data centers. • Small.

and up to three 20 kVA UPS2000-Gs (2+1) can be configured. and PDU.Power distribution solution Distributed: UPS + PDU integrated solution Introduction The distributed and integrated power distribution solution is mainly used in modular data centers. electric supply Power input AC Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack UPS + PDU Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack UPS + PDU Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack UPS + PDU Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack 66 P DU The distributed and integrated power distribution solution is suitable for micro-modules of small data centers (total IT load power below 40 kVA inside a micro-module). A single rack integrates UPS. Scenarios Configuration The following figure shows the centralized and integrated power distribution solution for data centers. batteries. the batteries can be deployed independently. UPS and PDU are deployed inside each micro-module. • Small enterprise date center • Branch communications date center • Branch headquarters data center • Monitoring command center . If long-time power backup is required. and integrated into a rack. UPS and PDU are deployed in each micro-module of data centers in distributed mode. Huawei integrated PDU supports three 3 U high UPSs.

This solution supports micro-modules with high power density/rack. PDU. UPS. UPS and PDU are distributed inside each micro-module. and battery racks are separately deployed. and they are deployed in different racks. • Internet date center • Headquarters data center • Disaster recovery center • Large cloud data center Configuration The following figure shows the distributed (UPS+PDU independent) power distribution solution. AC Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack PDU UPS BAT PDU Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack PDU UPS BAT PDU Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack PDU UPS BAT PDU Rack AC Rack Rack Rack Rack Power input 67 . Scenarios The distributed (UPS+PDU independent) power distribution solution applies to micromodules of medium and large data centers. The maximum capacity of a UPS rack is 320 kVA.Power distribution solution Distributed: UPS + PDU independent solution Introduction The distributed (UPS+PDU independent) power distribution solution applies to modular date centers. UPS and PDU are deployed inside each micro-module of data centers in distributed mode.

6 x 400 A/3P MCB or 4 x 800 A/3P MCB B/C level Front and rear access Floor mounted.UPS PDU Introduction The UPS PDU is an intelligent PDU designed for UPSs in data centers. and accessories. With considerate size design. or 1200 A •• Reliable design. interaction with HUAWEI NetEco to implement comprehensive monitoring and real-time alarming •• Front and rear access Specifications Item Dimensions (H×W×D) Weight Power system Input capacity Outputs Surge protection Maintenance code Installation code Cable routing Specifications 2000 mm x 800 mm x 850 mm ≤ 500 kg 380/400/415 V 50/60 Hz Optional: 630 A. able to combine with IT racks Routed in and out from the top 68 . supports stand-alone or parallel deployment •• Outputs: a maximum of six 630 A MCBs. an ATS. CCC and CE certifications. Level B/C surge protection •• The mains input and bypass input can use different power sources. six 250 A MCBs. or four 800 A MCBs •• Intelligent monitoring. optional 800 A. 1000 A. 1600 A. The input/output PDU is fixed. optional ATS Optional: 6 x 630 A/3P. a meter. 800 A. cables. 1000 A. P DU Features •• Single or dual power inputs •• A maximum input capacity of 1600 A. optional six 630 A MCBs. The PDU can either be deployed abreast with the modular UPS rack inside the aisle containment in a modular data center or deployed independently outside the containment. it supports flexible deployment. The PDU consists of a rack. compliant with IEC60950 and GB4943. copper bars. 1200 A.

0.N FU1~3 HY HG HR FU7 L12~L32.N FU4~6 800/5A.Typical Configuration UPS Input PDF W × D × H (mm) = 800 × 850 × 2000 Qty:1 Power I PE Power II PC Level ATS OTM800E4C8D220C L11~L31.5 QFS S204 C32 PD510-M14 Current QF3 QF1 QF2 QF4 QF5 QF6 QF7 T5N400 TMA T5N400 TMA T5N400 TMA T3N250 TMD T3N250 TMD T1N160 TMD T1N160 TMD R400 FF 3P R400 FF 3P R400 FF 3P R250 FF 3P R250 FF 3P R32 FFC 3P R32 FFC 3P FS Max:40kA 3*400A/3P+2*250A/3P+2*32A/3P 69 Power Voltage .

0.N N FU1~3 HY HG HR FU7 PE L12~L32.5 QFS S204 C32 FU4~6 QF1 QF2 QF5 QF6 T3N250 TMD T3N250 TMD T3N250 TMD T3N250 TMD R250 FF 3P R250 FF 3P R250 FF 3P R250 FF 3P FS Max:40kA 6*250A/3P 70 .N Power Voltage PD510-M14 Current 400/5A.Typical Configuration UPS Output PDF W × D × H (mm) = 800 × 850 × 2000 Qty:1 Input 2 Input 1 N1 N2 1QF T3N250 TMD R250 FF 3P Maintenace Bypass N3 2QF T3N250 TMD R250 FF 3P 3QF T5N400 TMA R400 FF 4P padlock P DU L11~L31.

250 A. The PDU collects comprehensive data and sends the data to the monitoring system to enable real. front and rear access Specifications 71 Item Specifications Dimensions (H×W×D) 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm Weight ≤ 350 kg Power system 380/400/415 V 50/60 Hz Input capacity Optional: 630 A. • Intelligent monitoring. CCC and CE certifications. able to combine with IT racks Cable routing Routed in and out from the top .Precision PDU (Full-size) Introduction The precision PDU (full-size) applies to the intelligent power distribution management system for IT racks in data centers. 125 A Outputs Maximum 144 x 1P MCB or 48 x 3P MCB Surge protection B/C level Maintenance mode Front and rear access Installation mode Floor mounted. and remote management • Easy maintenance. 7-inch monitoring screen. optional input capacity below 630 A. real-time alarming. 400 A. thereby assuring a green IDC. interaction with HUAWEI NetEco for comprehensive monitoring. • Reliable design. 160 A. a maximum of 144-pole outputs. 2N power supply • Large-capacity power distribution. Features • Dual power inputs. compliant with IEC60950 and GB4943.time monitoring and effective management over the power distribution system. Level B/C surge protection.

5 48*32A/1P 1QF1 S201 C32 250/5A.5 1QF47 S201 C32 Current Power monitoring system 50A/25mA.0.0. Routed in and out from the top.5 2QF1 S201 C32 1L12~1L32.5 2QF47 S201 C32 Voltage 50A/25mA.0.0.0. 2.0.0.5 2QF48 S201 C32 2FU4~6 50A/25mA. Cabinet color: black 50A/25mA.Typical Configuration Power I 1L11~1L31.5 50A/25mA.1N 2FU1~3 HY HG 2FS 20kA 2QFS S204 C32 HR NOTE: 1.1N 50A/25mA.5 1QF2 S201 C32 Current 50A/25mA.1N 1L13.0.0.0.5 1QF T3N250 TMD R250 FF 3P Precision PDU (full size) W × D × H (mm) = 600 × 1200 × 2000 Qty:1 1N PE 1QFS S204 C32 1FS 20kA 48*32A/1P 72 .5 2QF2 S201 C32 1FU4~6 50A/25mA.2N 1L12~1L32.5 1QF48 S201 C32 250/5A.1N 1FU1~3 1FU7 HG P DU HY Voltage HR 2N PE 2FU7 2QF T3N250 TMD R250 FF 3P 2L11~2L31.2N Power II 2L13.

With compact design and large capacity. 125 A Outputs Maximum 132 x 1P MCB or 44 x 3P MCB Surge protection B/C level Maintenance mode Front access Installation mode Floor mounted. real-time alarming. optional input capacity below 630 A. 7-inch monitoring screen. 160 A. 250 A. The PDU can be deployed abreast with IT racks inside the aisle containment in a modular data center or deployed independently outside the containment. interaction with HUAWEI NetEco for comprehensive monitoring. a maximum of 132-pole outputs • Reliable design. able to combine with IT racks Cable routing Routed in and out from the top . CCC and CE certifications. Features • Dual power inputs.Precision PDU (Half-size) Introduction The precision PDU (half-size) is an intelligent PDU designed for data centers. 2N power supply • Large capacity. 400 A. it supports flexible deployment. compliant with IEC60950 and GB4943. Level B/C surge protection • Intelligent monitoring. and remote management • Front access Specifications 73 Item Specifications Dimensions (H×W×D) 2000 mm x 300 mm x 1000 mm Weight ≤ 250 kg Power system 380/400/415 V 50/60 Hz Input capacity Optional: 630 A.

1N 1L13.0. Cabinet color: black 2L11~2L31.5 1QFS S204 C32 1FS 20kA P DU HR Current Power monitoring system Current Voltage 2*(2*32A/3P+24*32A/1) 2N PE 2FU7 2FU4~6 2QF 200A/3P MCCB 50A/25mA. 2.2N 1L12~1L32.0.0.1N 2QF1~2 32A/3P MCB 50A/25mA. and cables are routed from the top. The side door is double-swing.5 HY HG HR NOTE: 1.0.5 1QF3~26 32A/1P MCB 1FU4~6 1FU7 1FU1~3 HG Precision PDU (half-size) W × D × H (mm) = 1000 × 300 × 2000 Qty:1 1N PE 1QF 200A/3P MCCB 200/5A.2N Power II 2L13.5 2QF3~26 32A/1P MCB 2FU1~3 2FS 20kA 2QFS S204 C32 200/5A.1N 1L12~1L32.0.0.1N 1QF1~2 32A/3P MCB 50A/25mA.Typical Configuration Power I 1L11~1L31.5 74 .5 HY Voltage 50A/25mA.

which decreases the neutral-ground voltage and delivers pure and stable power to IT equipment • Optional input capacity below 400 A. CCC and CE certifications. a maximum of 72-pole outputs • Reliable design. interaction with HUAWEI NetEco for comprehensive monitoring. Features • Internal isolation transformer. real-time alarming. • Front access Specifications 75 Item Specifications Dimensions (H×W×D) 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm Weight ≤ 1500 kg Power system 380/400/415 V 50/60 Hz Input capacity Optional: 250 A. able to combine with IT racks Cable routing Routed in and out from the top . Level B/C surge protection • Intelligent monitoring. 7-inch monitoring screen. 400 A. 630 A Outputs Maximum 72 x 1P or 24 x 3P Surge protection B/C level Maintenance mode Front and rear access Installation mode Floor mounted.Precision PDU (with Isolation Transformer) Introduction The isolation transformer PDU is an intelligent PDU designed for modular data centers. 320 A. and remote management. The PDU has an isolation transformer inside and distributes optimized power to IT racks while measuring electrical parameters and boosting or decreasing voltage.

5 PE PE L11~L31.N FU1~3 P DU 2N Transformer:120kVA 380V/380V 50Hz Uk%=4.0.0.0.5 QFS S204 C32 monitoring system QF1 S203 C40 50A/25mA.5 QF18 S203 C40 50A/25mA.0.N FU4~6 Voltage Current 250/5A.Typical Configuration Precision PDU (with isolate transformer) W × D × H (mm) = 1000 × 800 × 2000 Qty:1 1N 1QF T3N250 TMD R250 FF 3P 250/5A. Dyn11 HY HG HR FU7 2QF T3N250 TMD R250 FF 4P Power L12~L32.5 FS Max:40kA 18*40A/3P 76 .5 QF2 S203 C40 50A/25mA.0.

CCC and CE certifications. it supports flexible deployment. or wall-mounted split air conditioners and lighting in large data centers. The PDU centrally distributes optimized power to devices such as in-room air conditioners. Features • Single or dual power inputs • Optional input capacity below 630 A • Reliable design.Air Conditioner PDU Introduction The air conditioner PDU is designed for distributing power to air conditioners in data centers. With considerate size design. 630 A Output current 0–63 A/route Outputs Maximum 108 x 1P MCB or 36 x 3P MCB Surge protection B/C level Maintenance mode Front and rear access Installation mode Floor mounted. able to combine with IT racks Cable routing Routed in and out from the top . 320 A. inrow air conditioners. compliant with IEC60950 and GB4943. 400 A. Level B/C surge protection • Up to 108-pole (0–63 A/1P) or 36 (0–63 A/3P) outputs • Intelligent monitoring: interaction with HUAWEI NetEco for comprehensive monitoring and real-time alarming • Front and rear access Specifications 77 Item Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm Weight ≤ 300 kg Power system 380/400/415 V 50/60 Hz Input capacity Optional: 250 A.

N QF16 S203 C63 QF T6N800 PR221DS-LSI R800 FF 3P 800/5A.N FU1~3 FU7 HY Voltage QF18 S201 C20 FU4~6 QF17 S203 C40 L12~L32.Typical Configuration PE N Air conditioner PDU W x D x H (mm) = 800 x 850 x 2000 Qty:1 QF9 QF10 QF1 T1N160 TMD T1N160 TMD S203 C40 R100 FFC 3P R100 FFC 3P NOTE: 1.5 QF15 S203 C40 HG HR PD510-M14 Power Current QF25 S201 C20 9*100A/3P+7*40A/3P+1*63A/3P+9*20A/1P+4*16A/1P QF26 S201 C20 QF27 S201 C16 QF30 S201 C16 78 . Cabinet color: black QFS S204 C32 FS 20kA P DU L11~L31. 2. Routed in and out from the top.0.

air conditioners and IT equipment • Less than 1 m² footprint.and mediumsized modular data centers. Level B/C surge protection.Integrated PDU Introduction The integrated PDU is an intelligent AC PDU designed for small. The integrated PDU features small footprint. Features • A combination of functions available in the PDUs for UPSs. CCC and CE certifications. compliant with IEC60950 and GB4943. optional input capacity below 400 A. • Reliable design. 400 A. It is widely used in power supply and distribution systems for smalland medium-sized modular data centers. high cost efficiency • Large capacity. 250 A. It integrates the PDUs for UPSs. air conditioners. • One to three 3 U rack-mounted UPSs housed in an integrated PDU below 250 A • Interaction with HUAWEI NetEco for comprehensive monitoring. and remote management • Easy maintenance. front and rear access Specifications Item Dimensions (HxWxD) Weight Power system Input capacity Output current Outputs Surge protection Maintenance mode Installation mode Cable routing 79 Specifications 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm ≤ 320 kg 380/400/415 V 50/60 Hz ATS optional: 630 A two inputs. high cost efficiency. and IT equipment. able to combine with IT racks Routed in and out from the top . maximum of 72-pole outputs. and high integration. or 125 A 0–50 A/route Maximum 72 x 1P MCB or 24 x 3P MCB B/C level Front and rear access Floor mounted. real-time alarming. 160 A.

N FU4~6 Voltage Power monitoring system Current 150/5A.0.Typical Configuration Integrated PDU Power L11~L31.5 1N PE 1FS 60kA 1QF5 80A/3P MCCB UPS input padlock 1QF6 80A/4P MCCB 1QF1~2 32A/3P MCB*2 Air maintenance conditioning bypass 1、2 P DU 1QFS 63A/4P MCB 1QF3~4 32A/1P MCB*2 standby 1、2 30kVA UPS External 1QF7 63A/3P MCCB 2N PE 2QFS 32A/4P MCB 2FS 20kA QF1~3 32A/1P MCB*3 computer room 1~3 QF4~5 16A/1P MCB*2 Monitor and other QF6 63A/1P MCB TV wall QF7 32A/3P MCB the 5 floor of the confidential room QF8~10 32A/1P MCB*3 Double screen computer.1N 1QF 160A/3P MCCB FU1~3 HY HG HR FU7 L12~L32. standby MCB 1 and 2 QF11~12 16A/1P MCB*2 standby MCB 1 and 2 QF13 63A/1P MCB standby QF14 32A/3P MCB standby 6*32A/1P+2*32A/3P+2*63A/1P+4*16A/1P 80 .

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Cabinet appearance 83 . and have aid ducts at the front and rear. The server cabinet provides a stable and reliable installation space for data center servers to ensure safe server operation.The cabinet and aisle structure of the micro-module data center mainly include NetHos cabinet. Cabinets in a modular data center feature the same dimensions. cabinet accessories. The network cabling cabinet provides integrated cabling and cable management spaces for the data center. NetHos Cabinet The NetHos cabinet complies with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 60297-1/-2 standard. and aisle components.

Frame 3 3. •• The cabinet adopts a comprehensive grounding protection design and provides sufficient ground points inside for devices and all independent metallic components. The maximum heat dissipation capability of each cabinet is 30 kW. Rear door 1 6 2 5. Cover 6. •• Two vertical power distribution bars (rack power distribution unit PDU2000) can be installed at the rear of a cabinet. The cabinet supports electronic door locks and mechanical emergency unlocking to help customers achieve equipment security management.NetHos Cabinet Structure 5 4 3 1. and has a static load capacity of 1200 kg. Floor Cabi ne t NetHos Cabinet Features •• The porosity rate of the cabinet front and rear doors is not less than 70%. Front door 2. Side door 4. 84 . •• Mounting bars are precisely adjustable from 570 mm to 870 mm in depth to suit the industry's mainstream and high-performance servers. •• Secure and automatically controlled lighting creates optimal effects to facilitate maintenance and reduce power consumption of auxiliary lighting systems. The cabinet can be installed on bases. and the ventilation area is 75%. •• The 10–55 mm anchors can adapt to the installation and equipment room to facilitate leveling and alignment.

• 2200 mm high cabinets provide 47 U installation space. • Slope passing capability indicates the maximum slope that the cabinet can go through with castors when there is no interference between the cabinet bottom and the ground.Cabinet Specifications Item Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) • 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm • 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1100 mm • 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1000 mm • 2000 mm x 800 mm x 1100 mm • 2000 mm x 800 mm x 1200 mm • 2200 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm • 2200 mm x 600 mm x 1000 mm • 2200 mm x 800 mm x 1200 mm Color Black Texture of material High strength grade A high quality carbon cold rolled sheet and galvanized sheet Air duct Front and rear air ducts Installation space • 2000 mm high cabinets provide 42 U installation space. and top cover. 2200 mm high cabinet no roller Empty weight • 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm: 128 kg • 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1100 mm: 115 kg • 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1000 mm: 105 kg • 2000 mm x 800 mm x 1100 mm: 125 kg • 2000 mm x 800 mm x 1200 mm: 135 kg • 2200 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm: 137 kg • 2200 mm x 600 mm x 1000 mm: 115 kg • 2200 mm x 800 mm x 1200 mm: 145 kg (The weight of an empty cabinet means the weight when the front and rear doors are installed.) Protection level IP20 Note: • 1 U is equal to 1. Installation method ESD or concrete floor Open door way Single panel for front door and double panels for rear door Rack over slope 2000 mm high cabinet: 10°. • The net weight of an empty cabinet is the weight of the rack. 85 .45 mm. • The distance between the front and rear mounting bars can be adjusted by the step of 25 mm. front door. rear door. side panels. Positions behind the cabinet are reserved for installing two vertical PDUs. U is the height unit defined in the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 60297 Standard.75 inches and is about 44.

Base sealing plate Door status sensor Cabi ne t The door status sensor is used to generate alarms when the cabinet door is opened abnormally. cable fastener. fixed tray. Door status sensor 86 . and the rear sealing plate is used to seal the cabinet and make the cabinet look more elegant. guide rail. depth-direction cable manager. adjustable tray.Cabinet Accessories Cabinet accessories include the bottom sealing plate. Door status sensors can be installed on both the front and rear doors based on the customer requirements. Base sealing plate The base front sealing plate of the cabinet is used for sealing the space between the cabinet bottom beam and the floor. cable rack. and filler panel. cabinet lighting components. and can be remotely monitored and managed. cabling tray. ground copper bar.

It uses advanced NC contacts with high sensitivity. Users can configure insulators as required. LED A contact switch automatically turns on the lights when the cabinet doors are open and turns the lights off when the doors are closed. M6 terminal ports are used for grounding devices and M8 for leading out ground cables. Contact switch Grounding copper bar A ground copper bar is used for grounding devices inside the cabinet.Cabinet level lighting component The cabinet lighting components are optional. Grounding copper bar 87 . LED lights are used for lighting the cabinet. There are M6 and M8 terminals on a copper bar. Each server is configured with two LED lights on the top at the two ends of the cabinet. and include lights and contact switches. Insulators are used to insulate the copper bar from the cabinet to ensure high ground reliability.

It supports standard devices. and does not occupy any U space after installation. Its depth can be adjusted to match the distance between two mounting bars. The guide rails have a bearing capacity up to 50 kg. It uses a standard design and support the installation of standard devices without occupying any U space. Adjustable tray 88 . Guide rail Fixed tray Cabi ne t A fixed tray is used to facilitate device installation and placement. It does not support drawer maintenance. can bear a weight of 100 kg. Fixed tray Adjustable tray An adjustable tray is used to support internal devices. and are usually used in pairs.Guide rail A guide rail is used to facilitate device installation.

Cabling tray Cable fastener A cable fastener is installed on a vertical column in the cabinet to secure cables. 1 U cable tray 89 . Cable fastener Cable tray A 1 U cable tray is used inside the cabinet horizontally. It uses unique mounting ears to facilitate device installation.Cabling tray A cabling tray is used for forward and backward cabling.

Its drawer design supports various mounting bar distances. Cabi ne t 1 U filler panel 2 U filler panel 90 . install filler panels in that position to prevent wind from passing through and make the cabinet look more elegant. Depth-direction cable manager Filler panel If certain space in the cabinet is not occupied.Depth-direction cable manager A depth-direction cable manager is used for depthdirection cabling.

PDU2000 The NetHos series cabinets are configured with power distribution units. and status of each phase. . 16 A/3 P Output distribution specifications 20 x C13 + 4 x C19 (32 A/1 P) 24 x C13 + 6 x C19 (16 A/3 P) Maximum input current 32 A Output distribution specifications 18 x C13+3 x C19 Measures and displays the input current. and supports monitoring by the management system over RS485 and network ports. 16 A/3 P. PDU2000 PDU2000 Type Basic type PDU2000 Monitoring PDU2000 91 Item Specifications Remarks Input voltage range 220–240 V AC N/A Maximum input current 32 A/1 P. and are classified as basic cabinets and monitoring cabinets. voltage. 32 A/3 P Output distribution specifications 20 x C13 + 4 x C19 (32 A/1 P) 24 x C13 + 6 x C19 (16 A/3 P) 12 x C13 + 9 x C19 (32 A/3 P) Input voltage range 380–415 V AC Maximum input current 32 A/1 P.

Cabi ne t able trough C Skylight Cable rack PDU UPS Battery cabinet In-row air conditioner 8. Server cabinet 9. Skylight 10. aisle doors. PDC. air conditioner. air conditioner. cabling cabinet. The aisle containment is 1200 mm wide. skylights. UPS 7. Aisle door 9. 3. Network cabling cabinet 10. cabling cabinet. cable troughs. 7. and cable ladders. Network cabling cabinet 3. In-row air conditioner 4. UPS. cable troughs. and battery cabinet). Dual-row aisle 1200 mm 1. and aisle enclosure frames. 5. aisle doors. Dual-row aisle containment consists of equipment cabinets (server cabinets. PDC.Aisle Components The micro-modular data center supports dual-row and single-row cold and hot aisle containments. 6. PUD 8. Aisle enclosure 92 . skylights. Battery cabinet 6. and battery cabinet). Single-row aisle containment consists of equipment cabinets (server cabinets. 4. C able trough 2. Aisle door Single-row aisle 1200 mm 1. Server cabinet 5. UPS. 2.

Schematic diagram of sliding door Revolving door Double-swing doors are open outwards with an opening angle of 110 degrees. sliding doors cannot be installed. Micro-module aisle doors are classified as sliding and revolving doors.2 m high cabinets: H x W x D = 2300 mm x 1400 mm x 80 mm H x W x D = 2500 mm x 1400 mm x 80 mm 93 Double-swing door . In the dual-row aisle containment scenario. therefore. To implement aisle-level access control. only revolving doors can be installed. Double-swing doors have two dimensions respectively for 2 m and 2. which makes the module independent. sliding door guide rails cannot be installed on one side. improves equipment efficiency. Sliding door Sliding doors have two dimensions respectively for 2 m and 2.Aisle door End doors are installed on both ends of the aisle containment. both types of doors can be installed. In the single-row aisle containment scenario. Sealing brushes are installed at the bottom of the door panel to seal the module. you need to select revolving doors.2 m high cabinets: H x W x D = 2300 mm x 1400 mm x 54 mm H x W x D = 2500 mm x 1400 mm x 54 mm Note: In the single-row aisle containment scenario. and helps onsite personnel or devices move into or out of the aisle containment.

Skylight A skylight is used for sealing an aisle containment. If a module shares the fire extinguishing system of the equipment room. rotating skylights. If a fire extinguishing system is installed inside a module. Rotating skylight 3. 1 Skylight 2 3 1. a rotating skylight falls under gravity. Control skylight 2. select non-rotating skylights. and flat skylights. select rotating skylights. Flat skylight Note: A revolving skylight is designed with an eccentric structure. When the electronic lock is triggered. Skylights are classified as control skylights. Cabi ne t Matching relationship between technical specifications of skylights and cabinets Technical specifications of skylights Name Size Applicable Cabinet Control skylight 1178 mm × 590 mm × 34 mm 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm 2200 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm 1120 mm × 590 mm × 33 mm 2000 mm × 600 mm × 1200 mm 2200 mm × 600 mm × 1200 mm 1120mm×790mm×33mm 2000 mm × 800 mm × 1200 mm 1120 mm × 590 mm × 33 mm 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm 2200 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm 1120 mm × 290 mm × 33 mm NetCol5000-C in-row air conditioner or 300 mm wide PDU 1120 mm × 790 mm × 33 mm 2000 mm x 800 mm x 1200 mm Rotating skylight Flat skylight 94 .

This ensures that strong current cables are separated from weak current cables.Cable trough Cabinet cable troughs are classified as signal cable troughs and power cable troughs. 1 300 mm cable trough 1. pallets. Line slot end plate 4 3 Technical specifications of cable troughs 95 Size (L x W x H) Applicable Cabinet 300 mm x 305 mm x 180 mm NetCol5000-C 600 mm x 305 mm x 180 mm 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm 2200 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm 800 mm x 305 mm x 180 mm 2000 mm x 800 mm x 1200 mm . and baffles (used to separate weak current optical fibers from weak current network cables and strong current route A from strong current route B). Pallet 4. Control board 2. Control board 2. Side board 3. They are used to route signal cables and power cables respectively. A cable trough is assembled using two brackets. Cable troughs are clamped onto the cabinet top cover. Side board 3. Pallet 3 2 600/800 mm cable trough 1 2 1.

96 . End cap 2. Ladder line 6 3. Hole for mounting with cabinet 5.Cable ladder Cable ladders are classified as power cable ladders and signal cable ladders. Fixed base 6. Cable ladder 7 1. Cable ladders are used for cabling in the following scenarios: • Between two modules • Between cabinets in two rows in a module • Cross-column installation of module units Cable ladders are configured based on the actual situation. Conversion bracket 5 2 4. Ground bolt Technical specifications of cable ladders Size (L x W) Installation Height 2500 mm x 400 mm 400 2500 mm x 400 mm 200 Note: Installation height indicates the distance from the top of the cabinet to the top of the cable ladder. Fixed plate 3 4 1 Cabi ne t 7.

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This enables quick flexible deployment and on-demand capability expansion. and the system. simplifying O & M and saving manpower cost by 20% Green • 96% highly efficient power supply and all frequency-conversion efficient cooling • Precision cooling between L0/L1/L2. power supply and distribution modules.Modular Data Center . greatly reducing the deployment workload and complexity and equipment room projects. are manufactured in standard industrial processes. reducing the engineering cost by 30% • Digital video surveillance and control. All components are prefabricated in the factory and can be easily assembled or disassembled. and consists of cabinet modules. and integrated module design.45 in Shenzhen China Efficient • Three-level reliability design for parts. and monitoring components. network management. bus for strong currents. Data centers can be planned at one time and deployed in stages. and intelligent designs. reduces the investment and operation cost. cooling modules. Simple • Wireless weak currents. and simplifies operation and maintenance. Huawei micro-modular data centers feature modular architecture. components. cabling. high-efficiency.IDS2000/5000 Introduction The Huawei IDS2000/IDS5000 micro-modular data center features an integrated design.999% • Automatic power-off and recovery in the case when a battery is on fire 99 . and have high-density. posting PUE no greater than 1. posting availability of 99.

2. 480 V (3 phases. dual row: ≤ 48 per module Input power 208 V (3 phases. 60 Hz) Height 2. 60 Hz).6 m (2000 mm cabinet). T3 condition: -20ºC to +55ºC Data Center Facilities Solutions System Single row with cold/hot aisle containment: L x 2400 mm x 2000/2200 mm. L ≤ 14400 mm Cabinet quantity Single row: ≤ 24. 50/60 Hz).1 kN/m³ Fire extinguishing Using the building fire extinguishing system Max. L ≤ 14400 mm 100 . power per rack 21 kW/R Operating conditions T1 condition: -30ºC to +45ºC. 380 V (3 phases.8 m (2200 mm cabinet) Load bearing 1.Specifications IDS2000/5000 Architecture Item Specifications Dimensions Design requirements Dual rows with cold/hot aisle containment: L x 3600 mm x 2000/2200 mm.

50/60 Hz) Rated capacity 40–800 kVA .Item Design requirements Cabinet Air-cooled in-row air conditioner Chilled-water in-row air conditioner Rack-mounted UPS Modular UPS 101 Specifications Reliability level Tier II or Tier III (up to Tier IV) Altitude 0–1000 m (derating above 1000 m) Installation mode Installed on the concrete floor or raised floor Dimensions (H x W x D) 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm 2200 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm Installation space 42 U/47 U Protection level IP20 Cooling capacity 20 kW/25 kW/35 kW Indoor unit dimensions (H x W x D) 2000 mm x 300 mm x 1200 mm 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1200 mm Input power 380/400/415 V (3 phases. 50/60 Hz) Refrigerant Water/ethylene glycol Input power 380 V (3 phases. 50/60 Hz) 440/460/480 V (3 phases. 50/60 Hz) Rated capacity 10/15/20 kVA Input power 380 V (3 phases. 60 Hz) Refrigerant R410A Cooling capacity 30 kW Indoor unit dimensions (H x W x D) 2000 mm x 300 mm x 1200 mm Input power 200–240 V (1 phase.

Cabling/Pipe routing Cabling from the top and pipe routing from the top and bottom are recommended.Model Selections System Power Type Component Modular UPS Integrated UPS UPS5000-E + PDF Cooling UPS2000-G Integrated UPS In-row aircooled/ chilled watercooled Chilled water-cooled NetCol5000-C Item Solution Access Supports access control at the aisle and cabinet levels Fire extinguishing Data Center Facilities Solutions Air-cooled NetCol5000-A The fire extinguishing pipe is deployed on the top of the micro-module. the skylights automatically rotates to let fire extinguishing agent in. Directly route the fire extinguishing pipe into the aisle. 102 . If a fire occurs.

Item Specifications 600 mm-wide network cabling cabinet: 2000 mm (2200 mm) x 5400 mm × 3600 mm Dimensions (H x W x D) 800 mm-wide network cabling cabinet: 2000 mm (2200 mm) x 5600 mm x 3600 mm 103 Number of server cabinets 9 Input power 380 V AC.Air-Cooled Solutions Typical configuration for air-cooled solutions: The following table lists key specifications of air-cooled solutions. 1 phase. 50 Hz Total IT power 36 kW Power per cabinet 4 kW Operating condition T1 Reliability level Tier II Altitude 0 –1000 m (derating above 1000 m) Installation Installed on concrete floor or raised floor .

Item Specifications 600 mm-wide network cabling cabinet: 2000 mm (2200 mm) × 7500 mm × 3600 mm Dimensions (H x W x D) Number of server cabinets 15 Input power 380 V AC.Chilled Water-Cooled Solutions Typical configuration for chilled water-cooled solutions: The following table lists key specifications of chilled water-cooled solutions. 1 phase. 50 Hz Total IT power 75 kW Power per cabinet 5 kW Operating condition T1 Reliability level Tier II Altitude 0–1000 m (derating above 1000 m) Installation Installed on concrete floor or raised floor Data Center Facilities Solutions 800 mm-wide network cabling cabinet: 2000 mm (2200 mm) × 7700 mm × 3600 mm 104 .

iManager NetEco Logical Architecture Server Switch Collector Collector RS485 PDU 105 UPS Cabinet FE AC ATS Camera RS485 Access system Temperature sensor Smoke sensor Water sensor .

Data Center Facilities Solutions RS485 extension interface Supports web services. electronic door locks. Up to 15 PCS AI/DI equipment quantity Up to 128 PCS Equipment dimensions 1 U rack 44. The collector can provide DC15 V (4 A) power to the sensor. processing. and supports the integration with third-party systems in the form of web • Supports SNMP northbound interface for connecting to the third-party system Core Components Data collector . alarm. and reporting. centralized management. and AI southbound interfaces. It plays a central role in signal connection. audible and visual sensor. direct access to remote management through the browser 106 .ECC500 The energy control center ECC500 is located between the upper-level network management system and the lower-level monitoring equipment. centralized monitoring.5 mm x 440 mm x 220 mm (H x W x D) Operating voltage 100–240 V AC Others Unified sensor power supply capability. Modbus. convergence. without additional power source. unified management • Supports SNMP. Directorate-General of Telecommunications (DGT). DI. storage.• The centralized management server is responsible for data analysis.

Technical Specifications Basic Version Standard Version Enterprise Version Number of intelligent nodes supported 50–500 500–1000 1000–2000 CPU/RAM/ Storage capacity 1 x E5-2609 /8 GB/1200 GB 2 x E5-2609 /32 GB/2400 GB 4 x E7-4820 V2 /64 GB/6000 GB Supported protocol SNMP. access control control system and so on. humidifier. It is responsible for data analysis. PDU (monitoring). water. Common layer-1 intelligent devices in the data center include: ECC (collector). TCP/IP. access control equipment. generator. UPS. 107 . precision distribution cabinet (PMM). ATS. camera. environmental sensors (temperature. humidity. DNS and so on Supported device type UPS. alarm. storage and so on. intelligent power distribution frame (PDF). PDF (electricity meter).Centralized Management Server The centralized management server is the control center of the entire system. battery monitoring equipment Remarks: An intelligent node is a device that communicates with the NetEco platform using the communication protocol. chiller. hydrogen. AC. diesel generator. smoke). Directorate-General of Telecommunications (DGT). HTTP. centralized processing. power distribution unit (PDU). video surveillance equipment. precision AC (air/water cooled). Modbus.

Temperature cloud The overall temperature distribution of the equipment room is clearly displayed and hence a cold island and a hot island can be effectively distinguished.Software Functional Modules Management Capacity management Temperature cloud 3D view management Northbound interface Alarm management Work order management View management Report management Asset management Server Database/OS platform Southbound interface Web UI License System platform Energy management Communication protocol Collection layer Power system Environmental system Data convergence Security system Cooling system Other systems Software Functions Basic Function Basic function Basic software (for access of every 25 intelligent nodes). system. achieving the unified monitoring and management of the data center. Third-party system integration Third-party system data can be quickly integrated using a variety of southbound interfaces. which avoids resource conflicts and helps business to rapidly go online. faults. or changed in an equipment room. 108 Data Center Facilities Solutions Work order management . performance. Alarms and changes can be processed in close-loop mode. access authorization for five clients Optional Software Functions Work orders facilitate the O&M process. This feature improves the O&M automation. Capacity management A visualized and optimized resource configuration is available when devices are migrated. basic reporting. added. optimize the PUE by analyzing the consumption reports. Status of fault and service work orders can be queried and managed. Energy analysis You can master an overall PUE status of the equipment room. and devices. and provide backup data for improving the unit PUE. SNMP northbound interface Alarms and performance data received by the NetEco can be sent to the upper network management system (EMS) for centralized management. including management of standard view.

PDF. •• UPS. Intelligent Micro-Module Management System Configuration Application 109 . water. access control system. and smoke sensor and other monitoring content •• ECC and switch •• Server 2. Configure optional function software as required. Determine the number of intelligent devices.Configuration Method Install hardware before software and the lower layer before upper layer: 1. video. precision AC. Determine the objects to be monitored and configure hardware equipment. configure the software package.

max. You can query power consumption status of various management domains. 1 Optional 1. 1 Optional 1. PUE.2 Additional client quantity Allows more than five web terminals to log in to the system simultaneously 0 Optional. Item Description Quantity Remarks 1 For access of 25 intelligent nodes 1 Software Basic software 1. lighting facilities. 1 Optional Capacity management Allows analysis on the equipment room and cabinet space.: 15 1. 1 Optional 1.3 Work order management Dispatches tasks such as fault rectification and alarm handling in the form of work orders to implement management of fault and maintenance work orders and user information. heat dissipation.Recommended Configuration No. configuration. view management. basic report. facilitating the investment decision making.4 Energy management Includes power consumption statistics. and historical power consumption data analysis. and load-carrying capacity for you to master an overall resource usage information of the equipment room. thereby effectively distinguishing between a cold island and a hot island. 1 Optional 1. login to the system by five web terminals simultaneously 110 . such as IT equipment.7 Data Center Facilities Solutions 1.6 Temperature cloud Clearly displays the overall temperature distribution of the equipment room. electricity cost counting. and the total power consumption. shooting location.1 Provides equipment management. power consumption reports. fault management.5 SNMP northbound interface Reports received alarms to the upperlevel network management system. performance management.

CPU 1 x E5.5. 1 Two doors.3 Primary power supply Switch power supply 2 3. SR120.13 electromagnetic lock 3.14 IC card reader 2 13. 1 x 8 GB memory.2 Switch 24-port POE switch 1 3.56 MHz 30 3.15 Exit button 3.4 Temperature and humidity sensor RS485 intelligent signal output 2 3.8 Camera Huawei-developed 2-megapixel day/ night vandal-proof dome IP camera 2 3.56 MHz-wiegand26/34 2 13. SAS 2 x 600GB hard disk.10 disk 3.1 Management server Huawei-developed server.7 Smoke sensor Dry contact photoelectric smoke sensor.No.1 Data collector ECC500 1 3. 2 x 460 W power supply 1 2.11 Skylight controller Access control 3.3 Database system Enterprise Edition MySQL software 3. IP access controller 1 1 3 Hardware Components General hard 3. Item Description Quantity 2 Server and Accessories 2. dedicated for video surveillance 3 Controls the opening of the skylight.2 Operating system Enterprise Edition Novell SLES 1 2.2609. exposed ceiling 2 3.12 system Double door 3.9 NVR Huawei-developed NVR 1 3000 GB-SATA-7200rpm-3. 4 x GE.16 IC card 111 2 Remarks .

2. if there is no raised floor. The power density supported by the downflow mode is generally not more than 5 kW per rack. They also support high-density deployment. the UPS can be placed in the same room with the server. 112 Data Center Facilities Solutions 1. If the UPS capacity exceeds 600 kVA. In most cases. and the installation and commissioning period is 1–2 weeks. The traditional downflow mode requires a raised floor. The engineering for the downflow mode is more complex than in-row ACs and the energy-saving effect is not as good as in-row ACs. Q: Huawei modular data center uses the horizontal mode. Set heat preservation for pipes. Q: How long is the installation period of the modular data center? A: The production period is 8–12 weeks. and high power density scenarios. The future trends are high power density and high integration. chilled water pipes can be routed from under the floor. and the partial hot spot issue is more prominent. If a raised floor is available. the UPS should not be too large. the UPS should be placed in two rooms (with the concentration of the toxic substances such as the hydrogen and hydrogen sulfide emitted by batteries considered). 3. 5. Q: What are the AC types in modular data centers? How to ensure the safety of chilled water ACs? A: Both air cooled and chilled water ACs (in-row) are supported. 4. Condensate collection and draining are automatically performed in the AC. which is a more suitable mode for us? A: The power density supported by the underfloor downflow mode is low (3–5 kW per rack). using the modular horizontal air supply mode conforms to the service development trends in the future. meeting different requirements in low. bringing less workload. Safety measures for the water chilled AC: 1. which can effectively eliminate the issue of partial hot spots. Q: What are the differences and disadvantages of in-row cooling when compared with the traditional downflow mode? A: In-row ACs are more energy efficient and require no raised floor. Q: Can the UPS and server be placed in the same room to save area? A: Yes. imposing high requirements for the floor height of a building. chilled water pipes must be routed from the top of the aisle and there must be physical isolation. If the customer has determined the downflow mode as a preference. 2. The horizontal mode supports high power density scenarios (Huawei's solution supports 21 kW per rack at most). 3. Therefore. medium.FAQ Q: How are cables routed separately for strong and weak currents of the IDS2000? A: Cables are routed separately through the strong-current cable trough and weakcurrent cable trough on the top of the module to avoid interference. . 6.

UPS. with the help of the computer room building fire extinguishing system. substation. Customers can raise their management system configuration requirements specific to a project. Q: What type of cable routing is adopted for the Huawei modular data center solution? A: Cable routing from the top is adopted for the IDS2000 modular data center solution. Q: Can I use the Huawei NetEco management system if my data center did not use Huawei equipment? A: Yes. Must I use the management system in the previous recommended configuration? A: No. 113 . Q: How many cabinets are supported in a modular data center? A: According to the construction fire extinguishing requires. The recommended configuration is the cost-effective configuration solution provided by Huawei after testing. Instead. fire extinguishing and security facilities. Q: What are the peripheral facilities of the modular data center? Can Huawei help to consider them? A: The main peripheral facilities include the facility that introduces mains to the building where the data center is located.7. 13. That is. The syklight in the contained module can open let the fire gas diffuse in the module for fire extinguishing purposes. a maximum of 24 600-mm cabinets can be placed in an aisle (a maximum of 48 cabinets for dual aisles). diesel generator. The network architecture based Huawei NetEco management system can centrally monitor and manage global data centers. Users can use the Internet Explorer 8 browser to log in to the system and manage data centers. Can these data centers be centrally managed using the NetEco management system? A: Yes. Q: How Huawei solves the fire protection issue for the modular data center? A: The IDS2000 modular data center itself is not integrated with a fire control network system. Uniquely designed cable troughs on the top of the module allow weak-current cables to be routed separately with strong-current cables to avoid electromagnetic interference. 9. a door must be added n the aisle if the aisle is longer than 15 m. refrigeration station of the building. 10. 8. the smoke and temperature and humidity sensors in the module generate alarm signals. Therefore. Q: How do I query the data center running status and handle faults? A: The NetEco management system provides the web browsing terminal that allows login from multiple people simultaneously. 11. Q: I use Huawei's data center solution. Q: Huawei has deployed data centers around the world. Huawei can perform integrated delivery with peripheral facilities. the maximum length per module in the data center must not exceed 15 m. The Huawei data center NetEco management system is compatible with equipment from multiple vendors. 12. when fire occurs. 14.

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