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Power Supply Management Feature


Parameter Description

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Date 2014-01-20

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Contents

1 About This Document..................................................................................................................1


1.1 Scope..............................................................................................................................................................................1
1.2 Intended Audience..........................................................................................................................................................1
1.3 Change History...............................................................................................................................................................2

2 Power Source..................................................................................................................................3
3 Power Supply System...................................................................................................................6
3.1 Intelligent Battery Management.....................................................................................................................................7
3.1.1 Automatic Switching Between Different Charge-and-Discharge Modes...................................................................7
3.1.2 Self-Protection Under High Temperature....................................................................................................................8
3.1.3 Battery Runtime Display.............................................................................................................................................9
3.2 Management of Automatic Battery Testing.................................................................................................................10
3.2.1 Standard Automatic Battery Testing.........................................................................................................................10
3.2.2 Simplified Automatic Battery Testing.......................................................................................................................11
3.3 Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply Redundancy...................................................................................11
3.4 Automatic Battery and Load Disconnection................................................................................................................12
3.5 Diesel Generator Testing Management........................................................................................................................12
3.6 Intelligent Diesel Generator Management....................................................................................................................13

4 Related Features...........................................................................................................................14
5 Network Impact...........................................................................................................................15
6 Engineering Guidelines (eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB)...............................................................16
6.1 Deployment of Basic Power Supply Management Functions......................................................................................16
6.1.1 When to Use Basic Power Supply Management Functions......................................................................................16
6.1.2 Required Information................................................................................................................................................16
6.1.3 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................17
6.1.4 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................17
6.1.5 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................26
6.1.6 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................27
6.2 Deployment of Intelligent Battery Management..........................................................................................................28
6.2.1 When to Use Intelligent Battery Management..........................................................................................................28
6.2.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................28

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6.2.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................29


6.2.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................31
6.2.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................33
6.2.6 Feature Deactivation..................................................................................................................................................33
6.3 Deployment of Management of Automatic Battery Testing........................................................................................33
6.3.1 When to Use Management of Automatic Battery Testing.........................................................................................33
6.3.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................33
6.3.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................34
6.3.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................36
6.3.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................37
6.4 Deployment of Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply Redundancy..........................................................37
6.4.1 When to Use Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply Redundancy..........................................................37
6.4.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................38
6.4.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................38
6.4.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................39
6.4.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................40
6.4.6 Feature Deactivation..................................................................................................................................................40
6.5 Deployment of Automatic Battery and Load Disconnection.......................................................................................40
6.5.1 When to Use Automatic Battery and Load Disconnection........................................................................................40
6.5.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................40
6.5.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................40
6.5.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................42
6.5.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................43
6.5.6 Feature Deactivation..................................................................................................................................................44
6.6 Deployment of Diesel Generator Testing Management...............................................................................................44
6.6.1 When to Use Diesel Generator Testing Management...............................................................................................44
6.6.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................44
6.6.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................44
6.6.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................44
6.6.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................45
6.6.6 Feature Deactivation..................................................................................................................................................45
6.7 Deployment of Intelligent Diesel Generator Management...........................................................................................45
6.7.1 When to Use Intelligent Diesel Generator Management...........................................................................................45
6.7.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................45
6.7.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................45
6.7.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................46
6.7.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................47
6.7.6 Feature Deactivation..................................................................................................................................................47
6.8 Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................................47

7 Engineering Guidelines (GBTS)..............................................................................................49


7.1 Deployment of Basic Power Supply Management Functions......................................................................................49

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7.1.1 When to Use Basic Power Supply Management Functions......................................................................................49


7.1.2 Required Information................................................................................................................................................49
7.1.3 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................49
7.1.4 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................49
7.1.5 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................60
7.1.6 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................61
7.2 Deployment of Intelligent Battery Management..........................................................................................................61
7.2.1 When to Use Intelligent Battery Management..........................................................................................................61
7.2.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................61
7.2.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................62
7.2.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................63
7.2.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................65
7.2.6 Feature Deactivation..................................................................................................................................................65
7.3 Deployment of Management of Automatic Battery Testing........................................................................................65
7.3.1 When to Use Management of Automatic Battery Testing.........................................................................................65
7.3.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................66
7.3.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................66
7.3.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................69
7.3.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................69
7.4 Deployment of Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply Redundancy..........................................................70
7.4.1 When to Use Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply Redundancy..........................................................70
7.4.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................70
7.4.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................70
7.4.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................71
7.4.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................71
7.4.6 Feature Deactivation..................................................................................................................................................71
7.5 Deployment of Automatic Battery and Load Disconnection.......................................................................................72
7.5.1 When to Use Automatic Battery and Load Disconnection........................................................................................72
7.5.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................72
7.5.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................72
7.5.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................74
7.5.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................74
7.5.6 Feature Deactivation..................................................................................................................................................75
7.6 Deployment of Intelligent Diesel Generator Management...........................................................................................75
7.6.1 When to Use Intelligent Diesel Generator Management...........................................................................................75
7.6.2 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................75
7.6.3 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................75
7.6.4 Initial Configuration..................................................................................................................................................76
7.6.5 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................76
7.6.6 Feature Deactivation..................................................................................................................................................76
7.7 Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................................77

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8 Engineering Guidelines (Multimode Base Station).............................................................78


9 Parameter.......................................................................................................................................88
10 Counter......................................................................................................................................139
11 Reference Documents.............................................................................................................140

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1 About This Document

1.1 Scope
This document provides information about features related to power supply management,
including feature implementation and engineering guidelines. It applies to the 3900 Series Base
Station.

Any managed objects (MOs), parameters, alarms, or counters described in this document
correspond to the software release delivered with this document. In the event of updates, the
updates will be described in the product documentation delivered with the latest software release.

In this document, the following naming conventions apply for LTE terms.

Table 1-1 Naming conventions apply for LTE terms

Includes FDD and TDD Includes FDD Only Includes TDD Only

LTE LTE FDD LTE TDD

eNodeB LTE FDD eNodeB LTE TDD eNodeB

eRAN LTE FDD eRAN LTE TDD eRAN

In addition, the "L" and "T" in RAT acronyms refer to LTE FDD and LTE TDD, respectively.

1.2 Intended Audience


This document is intended for personnel who:

l Need to understand the power supply configuration of a base station


l Maintain Huawei base stations

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1.3 Change History


This section provides information about the changes in different document versions.There are
two types of changes, which are defined as follows:

l Feature change
Changes in features of a specific product version
l Editorial change
Changes in wording or addition of information that was not described in the earlier version

Draft A (2014-01-20)
Compared with Issue 02 (2013-10-30) of SRAN8.0, Draft A (2014-01-20) of SRAN9.0 does
not include any changes.

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Power Supply Management Feature Parameter Description 2 Power Source

2 Power Source

The power source for a base station may be the mains supply, diesel generator, solar sub-array,
wind turbine, and batteries.
Huawei provides the following power sources:

l Mains supply
l Diesel generator
l Diesel generator and battery hybrid power sources
l Solar and wind hybrid power sources
l Solar and diesel generator hybrid power sources
These sources provide a reliable power supply even without a mains supply. Figure 2-1, Figure
2-2, Figure 2-3, and Figure 2-4 show the base station power sources.

Figure 2-1 Diesel generator and battery hybrid power sources

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NOTE

The intelligent-hybrid power supply system (IPS1000) provides various functions, such as battery
monitoring management, power switchover, and power monitoring.

Figure 2-2 Dual-diesel generator power sources

Figure 2-3 Solar and wind hybrid power sources

NOTE

PV refers to photovoltaic.

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Figure 2-4 Solar and diesel generator hybrid power sources

NOTE

l The automatic transfer switch (ATS) automatically starts and stops the diesel generator, switches AC
power between the mains supply and the diesel generator, and provides surge protection.
l PV refers to photovoltaic.

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Power Supply Management Feature Parameter Description 3 Power Supply System

3 Power Supply System

Each base station has a power supply system, which converts and distributes power and manages
power-related alarms and batteries.

The power supply system consists of the power monitoring unit (PMU), power supply units
(PSUs), and storage batteries. The functions of the PMU and PSUs are as follows:

l The PMU manages the power supply, monitors power distribution, and reports alarms.
l The PSUs convert voltages, monitors and reports alarms related to PSU faults.

Huawei AC-powered base stations support data configuration, information query, and software
management for the PMU, PSUs, and storage batteries. In addition, they can also provide the
following functions based on configurations:

l Intelligent battery management


l Management of automatic battery testing
l Automatic battery and load disconnection
l Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply Redundancy
l Diesel generator testing management
l Intelligent diesel generator management

The following sections provide details about these functions.

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3.1 Intelligent Battery Management


This section describes the Intelligent Battery Management feature, which is defined in GSM-,
UMTS-, and LTE-mode base stations as follows:

l GSM: GBFD-510710 Intelligent Battery Management


l UMTS: WRFD-140220 Intelligent Battery Management
l LTE: LOFD-001071 Intelligent Battery Management

Intelligent Battery Management includes the following functions: automatic switching between
different charge-and-discharge modes, self-protection under high temperature, and battery
runtime display. These functions help protect storage batteries and prolong the battery lifespan,
thereby reducing the OPEX of operators.

Intelligent Battery Management applies only to the following cabinets:

l APM30H (Ver.C)
l APM30H (Ver.D)
l BTS3900AL (Ver.A)
l TP48600A-H17B1

The following sections describe the functions of Intelligent Battery Management.

3.1.1 Automatic Switching Between Different Charge-and-


Discharge Modes
Without automatic switching between different charge-and-discharge modes, fully charged
batteries enter and stay in the float charging state to maintain electricity. The batteries receive
much more electricity than they send out. This may corrode anodes, dry electrolytes, and shorten
the battery lifespan.

With automatic switching between different charge-and-discharge modes, a base station


switches the charge-and-discharge mode for batteries depending on the selected grid type. If the
grid type is 1 or 2, batteries enter and stay in the hibernation state, in which the batteries do not
charge or discharge. This helps prolong the battery lifespan.

With this function, the base station calculates the number of times the mains supply is cut off
and the duration of each instance over the past 15 days. Then, it determines the grid type and
activates the corresponding charge-and-discharge mode for batteries. Table 3-1 provides details
about charge-and-discharge modes.

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Table 3-1 Charge-and-discharge modes

Number of Grid Charge- Current Hibern Hibern Estimated


Hours Type and- Limitatio ation ation Improvem
Without Discharge n Valve Voltage Duratio ent Rate of
External Mode (C) (V) n Battery
Power in a (Days) Lifespan
15-Day
Period

5 1 Mode A 0.10 52 13 100%

More than 5 2 Mode B 0.15 52 6 50%


and equal to or
less than 30

Between 30 3 Mode C 0.15 None None 0%


and 120

120 4 Mode C None None

To enable automatic switching between different charge-and-discharge modes, obtain and


activate the license for the feature and configure the BATIMS parameter.

NOTE

In Table 3-1, the current limitation valve is the current coefficient used when batteries are being charged.
A battery has the following two charge states:
l Float charging: A state in which batteries are consistently charged at a constant voltage over a long
period. This state compensates for self-discharge to ensure that the batteries are fully charged whenever
they are idle or being used lightly.
l Equalized charging: A state in which batteries can be fully charged at a higher voltage than normal
within a short period. This state ensures that all the batteries are equally charged.

3.1.2 Self-Protection Under High Temperature


Without self-protection under high temperature, batteries are charged or discharged under high
temperature, leading to a shortened battery lifespan or even battery damage.

With self-protection under high temperature, a base station performs any of the following
operations based on the site conditions:

l Enables the batteries to enter the float charging state.


l Lowers the battery charging voltage.
l Disconnects the batteries.

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NOTICE
l If batteries enter the float charging state or a base station lowers the battery charging voltage
under high temperature, the batteries may not be fully charged and therefore the time the
base station continues providing services after a mains supply cutoff is shortened.
l If the batteries are disconnected under high temperature, the base station has no backup
power. Then, services on the base station will be interrupted if the base station uses the
alternating current (AC) power input and the mains supply is cut off.

This function provides different solutions to prevent battery overuse and damage under different
temperatures, as shown in Figure 3-1.

Figure 3-1 Solutions under different temperatures

The preceding figure assumes that the default configurations of the base station are in effect.

This function works as follows:

l If the battery temperature exceeds the threshold for entering the float charging state and
remains above the threshold for 5 minutes, batteries enter the float charging state and no
alarms are generated. This threshold equals to the value of the TUTHD parameter minus
5.
l If the battery temperature remains higher than the value of TUTHD for 5 minutes,
ALM-25654 Battery Temperature Unacceptable alarm is generated.
l If the battery temperature remains higher than the value of SDT for 5 minutes, the base
station performs either of the following operations based on the value of the HTSDF
parameter:
Disconnects the batteries if HTSDF is set to ENABLE.
Lowers the battery charging voltage if HTSDF is set to DISABLE.

The TUTHD, SDT, and HTSDF parameters apply to GBTS, eGBTS, NodeB, and eNodeB.

This function is not under license control. It is permanently enabled.

3.1.3 Battery Runtime Display


With the battery runtime display function, a base station calculates the battery runtime when the
mains supply is cut off. Users can query the battery runtime anytime by running a man-machine

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language (MML) command. With the battery runtime, users can prepare a generator in advance
to prevent service interruption and improve system reliability.
With this function, a base station uses the following formula to calculate the battery runtime
when the mains supply is cut off:
Battery runtime = (Remaining power capacity x Total power capacity x Discharge efficiency)/
(Mean discharge current x Aging coefficient)
Users can query the battery runtime by running the following MML commands:
l GBTS: DSP BTSBATCAP
l eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB: DSP BATTERY
NOTE

The discharge efficiency is negatively correlated to the mean discharge current, and the aging coefficient
is positively correlated to the time batteries have been in use.
The calculated battery runtime may be inaccurate due to inaccurate calculation of the remaining power
capacity and discharge current. The maximum tolerance of the battery runtime ranges from 10% to 20%
when batteries are fully charged.

This function is not under license control. It is permanently enabled.

3.2 Management of Automatic Battery Testing


An automatic battery test can be performed for battery fault diagnosis in a standard or simplified
manner. During a test, the following items are verified:
l Battery efficiency
l Discharge duration
l Discharge end voltage
l Discharge average current
l Accumulated discharged power (Ampere-hour)
During a standard test, the battery efficiency is calculated. The test duration is long because
batteries must be discharged until the battery voltage reaches the discharge end voltage. If the
mains supply is cut off during battery discharging, battery runtime cannot reach the predefined
level, which affects base station operations.
A simplified battery test requires a small depth of discharge (DOD). Therefore, it takes a short
period of time and has a slight impact on the battery lifespan.

3.2.1 Standard Automatic Battery Testing


A standard automatic battery test is performed to determine the battery efficiency. The formula
for calculating the battery efficiency is as follows:
Battery efficiency = Actual test duration/Expected test duration x 100%
l If battery efficiency < 80%, a battery alarm is reported.
l If 80% battery efficiency < value of the EFF parameter, a battery pre-alarm is reported.
l If battery efficiency value of the EFF parameter, the batteries are working properly.
Standard automatic battery tests are classified as follows:

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l Scheduled automatic test: A standard automatic battery test is started at a specified interval.
l Power-off automatic test: A standard automatic battery test is started when AC power fails.
l Scheduled and power-off automatic test: A standard automatic battery test is started at a
specified interval or when AC power fails.

3.2.2 Simplified Automatic Battery Testing


A simplified automatic battery test is used to determine the battery status based on the discharge
end voltage and discharge duration.
Batteries start discharging after a simplified test starts. The test stops when the battery voltage
is lower than the value of the SDSEV parameter.
Batteries are properly working if the discharge duration is longer than the value of the
SDSTML parameter and the battery voltage remains higher than the value of the SDSEV
parameter.
Typically, the value of the SDSTML parameter is equal to or greater than the battery backup
duration required by the operator. Batteries are working properly if both of the following
requirements are met:
The value of the SDSTML parameter is equal to the required battery backup duration.
The specified discharge duration expires before the battery voltage reaches the discharge end
voltage.
For a standard test, the value of the SDSTML parameter must be greater than the battery backup
duration so that you can calculate the actual battery discharge duration. By default, the
SDSTML parameter is set to a value greater than the battery backup duration.

3.3 Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply


Redundancy
Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply Redundancy is supported by GSM, UMTS,
and LTE base stations.
In a base station, PSUs are expected to be configured in N+1 backup mode. If PSUs are not
configured in N+1 backup mode, ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply Redundancy may be
reported according to configurations. Add PSUs if this alarm is frequently reported.
The PAE parameter specifies whether to enable reporting of this alarm. If the PAE parameter
is set to ON, the PMU determines whether to report this alarm based on the total load power and
the PSU output power in non-redundancy mode.
Total load power Pin is calculated as follows:

l Total load power Pin = Total load current x Busbar voltage


l Total load current = Battery charging current + Load current
l The load current is equal to the total load current when the batteries are being discharged.
Output power P in non-redundancy mode is calculated as follows:
Output power P in non-redundancy mode = (Total number of PSUs configured -1) x Output
power of each PSU

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The PSU output power is provided by the PSU manufacturer.

The principles for reporting and clearing this alarm are as follows:

l Pin > P: This alarm is reported.


l Pin P: This alarm is cleared.

3.4 Automatic Battery and Load Disconnection


The GBTS, eGBTS, or the GSM mode of a multimode base station provides the GBFD-111601
BTS Power Management feature, which covers the automatic battery and load disconnection
functions. The NodeB, eNodeB, or any non-GSM mode of a multimode base station also supports
these functions despite lacking a feature definition.

Automatic Battery Disconnection Under Low Voltage


If LVSDF is set to ENABLE, the power supply system disconnects storage batteries from the
base station when the battery voltage is lower than the SDV value.

The LVSDF and SDV parameters apply to GBTS, eGBTS, NodeB, and eNodeB.

Automatic Battery Disconnection Under High Temperature


If HTSDF is set to ENABLE, the power supply system disconnects storage batteries from the
base station when the battery temperature remains higher than the SDT value for more than 5
consecutive minutes.

The HTSDF and SDT parameters apply to GBTS, eGBTS, NodeB, and eNodeB.

If HTSDF is set to DISABLE and the battery temperature remains above the SDT value for 5
minutes, the base station lowers the battery charging voltage and instructs the batteries to enter
the high-temperature protection state.

Automatic Load Disconnection


If LSDF is set to ENABLE, the power supply system disconnects secondary loads when the
load voltage is lower than the LSDV value.

The LSDF and LSDV parameters apply to GBTS, eGBTS, NodeB, and eNodeB.

NOTE

In a base station, the baseband unit (BBU) and transmission equipment are the primary load, and radio
frequency (RF) units are the secondary load.

3.5 Diesel Generator Testing Management


The SC48200 power supply system supports diesel generator testing. You can start a test to
check whether a diesel generator is running properly. If the diesel generator is running
abnormally, the PMU reports an alarm indicating a startup failure.

This function is supported by GSM-, UMTS-, and LTE-mode base stations. Of the GSM-mode
base stations, only the eGBTS supports this function.

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3.6 Intelligent Diesel Generator Management


The SC48200 power supply system supports intelligent diesel generator management. Using
either RS485 (recommended) or dry contact ports, the PMU monitors the status, fuel level, and
faults of the diesel generator. For details about monitoring parameters, see section "Configuring
Customized Alarms" in Monitoring Management Feature Parameter Description.

If the ICF parameter is set to ENABLE, the diesel generator works efficiently under the control
of the PMU. This function is supported by all GSM-, UMTS-, and LTE-mode base stations.

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4 Related Features

Power supply management does not depend on or affect other features, and is not mutually
exclusive with or affected by other features.

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5 Network Impact

Power supply management does not affect network capacity or performance.

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6 Engineering Guidelines (eGBTS/NodeB/


eNodeB)

6.1 Deployment of Basic Power Supply Management


Functions

6.1.1 When to Use Basic Power Supply Management Functions


A 3900 series base station must be configured with the PMU and PSUs to provide basic power
supply management functions.

The storage batteries and diesel generators can be configured based on requirements.

6.1.2 Required Information


Before configuring power modules for a base station, familiarize yourself with the mapping
between physical cabinet types and power supply system types, which is listed in Table 6-1.

Table 6-1 Mapping between physical cabinet types and power supply system types

Cabinet Type Power Supply System Type (Indicated by the PTYPE


Parameter)

APM30H (Ver.B) APM30

APM30H (Ver.C) APM30

APM30H (Ver.D) APM30

ETP48250 APM30

PS4890 EPS4890

BTS3900 (Ver.B) EPS4890 (used only for the BTS3900 AC cabinet)

BTS3900 (Ver.C) EPS4890 (used only for the BTS3900 AC cabinet)

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Cabinet Type Power Supply System Type (Indicated by the PTYPE


Parameter)

BTS3900 (Ver.D) EPS4890 (used only for the BTS3900 AC cabinet)

ETP48150 EPS4890

OMB EPS4815

OMB (Ver.C) EPS4815

IMB03 EPS4815

SC48200 SC48200

SC4850 SC48200

BTS3900AL (Ver.A) ETP

TP48600A-H17B1 ETP

6.1.3 Requirements
N/A

6.1.4 Data Preparation

Scenario 1: PMU Configuration


Table 6-2 describes the parameter settings in the PMU MO.

Table 6-2 Parameter settings in the PMU MO

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Cabinet No. CN This parameter specifies the Network plan


cabinet number of the PMU.
Recommended value: 0

Subrack No. SRN This parameter specifies the Network plan


subrack number of the PMU.
The default value is
recommended.

Slot No. SN This parameter specifies the slot Network plan


number of the PMU. The default
value is recommended.

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Power System Type PTYPE Set this parameter so its value is Network plan
the same as the type of power
supply system installed in the
cabinet. For the mapping
between cabinet types and
power supply system types, see
Table 6-1.

Manager Cabinet MCN The PMU is managed either by Network plan


No. a BBU or an RRU. Set this
parameter as the number of the
cabinet in which the BBU or
RRU is located.

Manager Subrack MSRN The PMU is managed either by Network plan


No. a BBU or an RRU. Set this
parameter as the number of the
subrack in which the BBU or
RRU is located.

Manager Port No. MPN This parameter specifies the Network plan
number of the serial port on the
BBU or RRU where the PMU is
connected.
It is set to 1 if the monitoring
board is connected to the MON1
port on the UPEU, set to 0 if
connected to the MON0 port,
and set to 0 if connected to the
RRU.

Address ADDR This parameter specifies the Network plan


communication address of the
PMU. The PMU communicates
with the main control board
through this address.
Set this parameter to 3 in the
following scenarios:
l Only one PMU is
configured.
l Two PMUs are configured
on different RS485 buses.

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

AC Voltage Alarm ACVLTHD If the AC input voltage is lower Network plan


Lower Threshold than the value of this parameter,
ALM-25622 Mains Input Out of
Range is reported.
Set this parameter according to
the power supply specifications.
Recommended value: 180

AC Voltage Alarm ACVUTHD If the AC input voltage is higher Network plan


Upper Threshold than the value of this parameter,
ALM-25622 Mains Input Out of
Range is reported.
Set this parameter according to
the power supply specifications.
Recommended value: 280

DC Voltage Alarm DCVLTHD If the output voltage of the Network plan


Lower Threshold busbar is lower than the value of
this parameter, ALM-25621
Power Supply DC Output Out
of Range is reported.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply
system: 470
l Other power supply
systems: 450

DC Voltage Alarm DCVUTHD If the output voltage of the Network plan


Upper Threshold busbar is higher than the value
of this parameter, ALM-25621
Power Supply DC Output Out
of Range is reported.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply
system: 585
l Other power supply
systems: 580

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Special Analog SAAF Disable all sensors. Do not Network plan


Alarm Flag configure a sensor on the PMU.
Retain the default value of this
parameter as long as the power
supply system is configured
correctly.
l BT1_DISABLE is not
selected for the APM30,
PS4890, and SC48200
power supply systems. It is
selected for other PMUs.
l AH_DISABLE is selected.
l AT1_DISABLE is selected.
l BT2_DISABLE is selected.

Special Boolean SBAF This parameter specifies Network plan


Alarm Flag whether to allow the reporting
of a dedicated Boolean alarm. A
Boolean alarm cannot be
reported if its shield flag is
enabled.
Value range: WS_DISABLE,
SS_DISABLE, and
GS_DISABLE
Recommended value:
l WS_DISABLE and
SS_DISABLE are selected.
l GS_DISABLE is cleared
for the APM30, and is
selected for other PMUs.

Cabinet ATLTHD This parameter specifies the Network plan


Temperature Alarm lower threshold of the cabinet
Lower Threshold temperature. If the cabinet
temperature is lower than the
value of this parameter,
ALM-25652 Cabinet
Temperature Unacceptable is
reported.
Recommended value: 0

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Cabinet ATUTHD This parameter specifies the Network plan


Temperature Alarm upper threshold of the cabinet
Upper Threshold temperature. If the cabinet
temperature is higher than the
value of this parameter,
ALM-25652 Cabinet
Temperature Unacceptable is
reported.
Recommended value: 50

Cabinet Humidity AHLTHD This parameter specifies the Network plan


Alarm Lower lower threshold of the cabinet
Threshold humidity. If the cabinet
humidity is lower than the value
of this parameter, ALM-25653
Cabinet Humidity
Unacceptable is reported.
Recommended value: 10

Cabinet Humidity AHUTHD This parameter specifies the Network plan


Alarm Upper upper threshold of the cabinet
Threshold humidity. If the cabinet
humidity is higher than the
value of this parameter,
ALM-25653 Cabinet Humidity
Unacceptable is reported.
Recommended value: 80

Scenario 2: PSU Configuration


Table 6-3 describes the parameter settings in the PSU MO.

Table 6-3 Parameter settings in the PSU MO

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Cabinet No. CN This parameter specifies the Network plan


cabinet number of the PSU.

Subrack No. SRN This parameter specifies the Network plan


subrack number of the PSU. The
default value is recommended.

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Slot No. SN This parameter specifies the slot Network plan


number of the PSU.
l Configure PSUs in slots 1 to
3 when the PSUs are
installed in the APM30H
(Ver.B) or APM30H
(Ver.C).
l Configure PSUs in slots 1 to
5 when the PSUs are
installed in the APM30H
(Ver.D).
l Configure PSUs in slots 1
and 2 when the PSUs are
installed in the OMB or
OMB (Ver.C).
l Configure PSUs in slots 1 to
7 when the PSUs are
installed in the BTS3900AL
(Ver.A) or TP48600A-
H17B1.
l Configure PSUs in slots 1 to
3 when the PSUs are
installed in the BTS3900 AC
(Ver.B)/(Ver.C)/(Ver.D) or
PS4890.
l PSUs are not configurable
when the power supply
system type is SC48200 or
SC4850.

Scenario 3: Battery Configuration


NOTE

l If the EPS4815 is configured, no storage battery can be added.


l If the SC48200 is configured, storage batteries are added automatically by default.
l If other PMUs are configured, storage batteries are added as required.
l The configured battery parameters should be consistent with the actual situation. Otherwise, storage
batteries may be damaged.

Table 6-4 describes the parameter settings in the Battery MO.

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Table 6-4 Parameter settings in the Battery MO

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Cabinet No. CN This parameter specifies the Network plan


cabinet number of the PMU,
which manages storage
batteries.
Recommended value: 0

Subrack No. SRN This parameter specifies the Network plan


subrack number of the PMU,
which manages storage
batteries. The default value is
recommended.

Slot No. SN This parameter specifies the slot Network plan


number of the PMU, which
manages storage batteries. The
default value is recommended.

Installation Type INSTALLTYP The installation type of the Network plan


E storage battery for the SC48200
must be OUTER.
The battery type of other types
of PMUs should be set
according to the actual
situation.

Battery Type BTYPE Value range: VRLA_BAT, Network plan


LI_BAT
Set this parameter based on the
storage battery type.

Battery Number BN This parameter is valid only Network plan


when the BTYPE parameter is
set to LI_BAT.
Recommended value: 1

Battery Capacity BC1 This parameter specifies the Network plan


BC2 capacity of the storage batteries.
This parameter must be set
correctly. Incorrect settings
may affect the lifespan of the
storage batteries.
For the requirements on
capacity configuration, see the
product manual delivered with
the storage batteries.

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Boost-Charging BCD This parameter specifies the Network plan


Duration scheduled boost charging
interval. Storage batteries are
boost-charged at this interval (in
the unit of days) so they remain
fully charged.
Set this parameter according to
the instructions provided by
manufacturers.

Boost-Charging BCV This parameter specifies the Network plan


Voltage boost-charging voltage.
Typically, boost charging is
used to quickly recover the
capacity of the storage batteries.
Therefore, the boost-charging
voltage is relatively high. After
the storage batteries are
discharged, boost charging is
conducted automatically.
Recommended value: 565

Float-Charging FCV This parameter specifies the Network plan


Voltage floating charging voltage. A
float charging is used to
compensate for the power loss
of the storage batteries due to
self-discharge. The floating
charging voltage is lower than
the boost charging voltage.
Recommended value: 535

Battery Current BCLC This parameter specifies the Network plan


Limiting Coefficient battery charging current
limiting coefficient. Charging
coefficient x Storage capacity =
Maximum charging current. If
the charging current is not
smaller than the maximum
charging current plus 5 A,
ALM-25625 Battery Current
Out of Range is reported.
Recommended value: 15

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Temperature TCC This parameter specifies the Network plan


Compensation increased or reduced charging
Coefficient voltage of every battery when
the ambient temperature is one
degree (Celsius) higher or lower
than the standard temperature
specified by the manufacturers.
Recommended value: 80

Temperature Alarm TLTHD This parameter specifies the Network plan


Lower Threshold lower temperature limit. If the
storage battery temperature is
below the lower limit,
ALM-25650 Ambient
Temperature Unacceptable is
reported.
Recommended value: -19

Temperature Alarm TUTHD This parameter specifies the Network plan


Upper Threshold upper temperature limit. If the
storage battery temperature is
above the upper limit,
ALM-25650 Ambient
Temperature Unacceptable is
reported.
Recommended value: 50

Scenario 4: Diesel Generator Configuration


Table 6-5 describes the parameter settings in the DieselGen MO.

Table 6-5 Parameter settings in the DieselGen MO

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Cabinet No. CN This parameter specifies the Network plan


cabinet number of the PMU,
which manages the diesel
generator.

Subrack No. SRN This parameter specifies the Network plan


subrack number of the PMU,
which manages the diesel
generator. The default value is
recommended.

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Slot No. SN This parameter specifies the slot Network plan


number of the PMU, which
manages the diesel generator.
Recommended value: 0

Rated Power POWER This parameter specifies the Network plan


maximum rated output power of
the diesel generator. Set this
parameter based on the rated
output power printed on the
name plate of the diesel
generator.
Recommended value: 125

6.1.5 Initial Configuration

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using the GUI


Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
6.1.4 Data Preparation.

l For configuring a single eGBTS using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create eGBTSs > Creating a Single eGBTS > Configuring eGBTS Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single NodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create a NodeB > Creating a Single NodeB > Configuring NodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single eNodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create an eNodeB > Creating a Single eNodeB > Configuring eNodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

Configuring eGBTSs/NodeBs/eNodeBs in Batches


Customize a template on an eGBTS, NodeB, or eNodeB where power modules are configured,
and save this template. Then, use the template to configure eGBTSs, NodeBs, or eNodeBs in
batches based on collected data and the corresponding scenario.

l For configuring eGBTSs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:

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3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eGBTSs in Batches.
l For configuring NodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating NodeBs in Batches.
l For configuring eNodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eNodeBs in Batches.

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using MML Commands


NOTE

The following scenarios can exist simultaneously. If they do, MOs for all these scenarios must be
configured.

Scenario 1: PMU Configuration


Run the ADD PMU command to add a PMU. In this step, set the parameters in Table 6-2.

NOTE

l Set the Manager Cabinet No., Manager Subrack No., Manager Port No., and Address parameters
based on the actual situation to ensure appropriate communication between the PMU and the BBU.
l Set Power System Type as the type of installed power supply system. Then set the Battery Type, Battery
Current Limiting Coefficient, and Battery Capacity parameters based on the actual situation.
Incorrectly setting the Battery Capacity parameter reduces the lifespan of the storage batteries.

Scenario 2: PSU Configuration


Run the ADD PSU command to add PSUs.
Scenario 3: Battery Configuration
Run the ADD BATTERY command to add storage batteries. In this step, set the parameters in
Table 6-4.
Scenario 4: Diesel Generator Configuration

Step 1 Run the ADD DIESELGEN command. For the parameter settings, see Table 6-5. The method
for configuring a diesel generator is the same as the method for configuring two diesel generators.
Step 2 Run the STR DIESELGENTST command to start the diesel generator test on a PMU.
Step 3 Run the STP DIESELGENTST command to stop the test.

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NOTE

The parameter configuration procedure for deploying this feature in single-diesel-generator scenarios is
the same as that in dual-diesel-generator scenarios.

6.1.6 Activation Observation


Run the DSP BRD command to query the availability status of each board in the power supply
system. If the availability status of a board is normal, the board has been configured successfully.

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6.2 Deployment of Intelligent Battery Management


This section describes the deployment of Intelligent Battery Management, which is defined as
follows:

l GSM: GBFD-510710 Intelligent Battery Management


l UMTS: WRFD-140220 Intelligent Battery Management
l LTE: LOFD-001071 Intelligent Battery Management

6.2.1 When to Use Intelligent Battery Management


The Intelligent Battery Management feature is recommended in the areas where the grid power
is stable.

6.2.2 Requirements

Base Station Software Version


The base station software for GBSS14.0/RAN14.0/eRAN3.0/SRAN8.0 or later is required.

Power Supply System Type


The power supply system must support this feature. Table 6-6 lists the capabilities of different
power supply systems in supporting this feature.

Table 6-6 Capabilities of different power supply systems in supporting this feature

Power Supply System Type Supporting or Not

APM30 Only supported by the following types of cabinets:


l APM30H (Ver.C)
l APM30H (Ver.D)

ETP Supporting

EPS4890 Not supporting

SC48200 Not supporting

EPS4815 Not supporting

PMU Software Version


l If the power supply system type is APM30, the PMU software version must be 149 or later.
l If the power supply system type is ETP, the PMU software version must be 117 or later.

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License
To activate Intelligent Battery Management, purchase and activate the license controlling this
feature. For a co-MPT base station, you only need to load and activate the license of one mode.

Table 6-7 lists the license information about this feature.

Table 6-7 License information about this feature

Feature ID Feature Name License Control NE Sales Unit


Item

GBFD-510710 Intelligent Intelligent Battery eGBTS per BTS


Battery Management (per
Management BTS)

WRFD-140220 Intelligent Intelligent Battery NodeB Per NodeB


Battery Management (per
Management NodeB)

LOFD-001071 Intelligent Intelligent Battery eNodeB Per eNodeB


Battery Management (FDD)
Management

6.2.3 Data Preparation


Table 6-8 lists the parameter settings for the Intelligent Battery Management feature.

Table 6-8 Parameter settings for the Intelligent Battery Management feature

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Battery Intelligent BATIMS Whether to activate Intelligent Data plan


Management Switch Battery Management. This
switch takes effect only when
the license controlling this
feature has been obtained.

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Temperature Alarm TUTHD Temperature threshold for Data plan


Upper Threshold reporting ALM-25654 Battery
Temperature Unacceptable.
The default value 50 (in unit of
Celsius) is recommended for
this parameter. If the battery
temperature remains higher
than this threshold for 5
consecutive minutes,
ALM-25654 Battery
Temperature Unacceptable is
generated. If the battery
temperature exceeds a value
that equals to this threshold
minus five and remains above
it for 5 minutes, batteries enter
the float charging state and no
alarms are generated,
prolonging the battery lifespan.

Shutdown SDT Temperature threshold for Data plan


Temperature disconnecting batteries or
lowering the battery charging
voltage. If the battery
temperature exceeds this
threshold and remains above it
for 5 minutes, the base station
performs either of the
following operations:
l Disconnects batteries when
High Temperature
Shutdown Flag is set to
ENABLE.
l Lowers the battery
charging voltage to 50.5 V
when High Temperature
Shutdown Flag is set to
DISABLE.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply
system: 60
l Other power supply
systems: 53

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

High Temperature HTSDF Whether to disconnect Data plan


Shutdown Flag batteries under high
temperature.
l When this parameter is set
to ENABLE, the base
station disconnects
batteries.
l When this parameter is set
to DISABLE, the base
station lowers the battery
charging voltage.
It is recommended that this
parameter be set to
ENABLE in high-
temperature areas.

6.2.4 Initial Configuration

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using the GUI


Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
6.2.3 Data Preparation.

l For configuring a single eGBTS using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create eGBTSs > Creating a Single eGBTS > Configuring eGBTS Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single NodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create a NodeB > Creating a Single NodeB > Configuring NodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single eNodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create an eNodeB > Creating a Single eNodeB > Configuring eNodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

Configuring eGBTSs/NodeBs/eNodeBs in Batches


Customize a template on an eGBTS, NodeB, or eNodeB where power modules are configured,
and save this template. Then, use the template to configure eGBTSs, NodeBs, or eNodeBs in
batches based on collected data and the corresponding scenario.

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l For configuring eGBTSs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eGBTSs in Batches.
l For configuring NodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating NodeBs in Batches.
l For configuring eNodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eNodeBs in Batches.

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using MML Commands


To activate Intelligent Battery Management, perform the following steps:

Step 1 Perform the following sub-steps to activate the PMU software:


1. Choose the base station where the PMU software is to be activated.
Run the DSP BRDVER command to query the PMU software version. The following script
is an example. If the PMU software is already updated to a version which supports this
feature, go to step 2. Otherwise, perform the follow-up sub-steps.
DSP BRDVER:CN=0,SRN=7,SN=0;

2. Run the following command to activate the PMU software.


ACT SOFTWARE: OT=BOARDTYPE, BT=PMU;

3. Run the DSP BRDVER command to verify that the PMU software version supports this
feature. The following is an example:
DSP BRDVER:CN=0,SRN=7,SN=0;

Step 2 Perform the following sub-steps to set parameters related to this feature:
1. Run the SET EQUIPMENT command with Battery Intelligent Management Switch set
to ON.
SET EQUIPMENT: BATIMS=ON;

2. Run the ADD BATTERY or MOD BATTERY command with the following parameter
settings:
a. High Temperature Shutdown Flag is set to an appropriate value.
b. Shutdown Temperature is set to 53, the default value.
c. Temperature Alarm Upper Threshold is set to 50, the default value.
The following are examples:
ADD BATTERY: CN=0, BC=600, TUTHD=50, HTSDF=ENABLE, SDT=53;
MOD BATTERY: CN=0, TUTHD=50, HTSDF=ENABLE, SDT=53;

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6.2.5 Activation Observation

Intelligent Battery Management


Run the DSP PMU command to query PMU status and verify that the value of Battery Intelligent
Management Capability is SUPPORT and the value of Battery Intelligent Management Mode
is ENABLE.

l If yes, this feature has been activated.


l If no, this feature is not activated.

The following is an example:


DSP PMU: CN=0;

Self-Protection Under High Temperature


Run the LST BATTERY command to query battery configurations and verify that the values
of High Temperature Shutdown Flag, Shutdown Temperature, and Temperature Alarm
Upper Threshold are the same as the configured ones.

l If yes, this function has been enabled.


l If no, this function is disabled.

Battery Runtime Display


When the mains supply is cut off, run the DSP BATTERY command and check the value of
Battery Remain Time to obtain the battery runtime.

The following is an example:


DSP BATTERY: CN=0;

6.2.6 Feature Deactivation


To deactivate Intelligent Battery Management, run the SET EQUIPMENT command with
Battery Intelligent Management Switch set to OFF as follows:
SET EQUIPMENT: BATIMS=OFF;

6.3 Deployment of Management of Automatic Battery


Testing

6.3.1 When to Use Management of Automatic Battery Testing


Use this feature for Huawei AC-powered base stations equipped with PMUs according to
customer requirements.

6.3.2 Requirements
None

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6.3.3 Data Preparation


Table 6-9 lists the parameter settings for the Management of Automatic Battery Testing feature.

Table 6-9 Parameter settings for the Management of Automatic Battery Testing feature

Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

0.05C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT0 These parameters specify the Network plan
0.1C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT1 length of time required for a
battery group to reach the
0.2C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT2 desired voltage with a
0.3C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT3 specified discharge current. If
0.4C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT4 the discharge current is
0.05C10, C10 indicates the
0.5C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT5
nominal capacity of the
0.6C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT6 battery, and 0.05C10 indicates
0.7C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT7 that the battery is discharged
with a current of 0.05 x
0.8C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT8
nominal capacity of the
0.9C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT9 battery. For example, if the
battery capacity is 100
Ampere-hours, 0.05C10
indicates that the battery is
discharged with a capacity of 5
Ampere-hours per hour. Set
these parameters based on site
requirements.

Battery Charge EFF This parameter specifies the Network plan


Efficiency threshold for charging
efficiency of a battery. The
charging efficiency indicates
the proportion of available
charging efficiency to battery
backup capacity.
Recommended value: 80

Discharge Test End ENDV This parameter is one of the Network plan
Voltage criteria for terminating a
discharge test. If the battery
voltage is lower than the value
of this parameter, the discharge
test is terminated and the
measured results can be
recorded. This parameter
applies only to a single battery.
Recommended value: 190

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Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Battery Number BATNUM This parameter specifies the Network plan


number of storage batteries in
a battery group.
Recommended value: 24

Discharge Test Time DSTML Set this parameter to a value Network plan
Limit that meets or exceeds customer
requirements.
Recommended value: 10

Simple Discharge Test SDSEV In a simplified discharge test, Network plan


End Voltage the storage battery's efficiency
is not calculated. The Simple
Discharge Test End Voltage
and Simple Discharge Test
Time Limit parameters are
used to check the storage
battery's performance.
Recommended value: 450

Simple Discharge Test SDSTML This parameter specifies the Network plan
Time Limit time limit for a simplified
discharge test.
Recommended value: 60

Automatic Test Mode ATMODE This parameter specifies Network plan


whether and in which mode an
automatic test is performed.
This parameter can be set to the
following values:
NOAUTOTEST: No
automatic test is performed.
PERIOD: Scheduled
automatic test mode.
POWERCUT: Power-off
automatic test mode.
PERIODPOWERCUT:
Scheduled and power-off
automatic test mode.
Recommended value:
POWERCUT

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Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Timing Discharge Test TDSTM If Automatic Test Mode is set Network plan
Time to PERIOD, the Timing
Discharge Test Time and
Delayed Discharge Test Time
parameters also need to be set.
Timing Discharge Test Time
indicates the interval at which
an automatic test is performed.
Delayed Discharge Test Time
indicates the delay for starting
the scheduled automatic test.
The value of Timing
Discharge Test Time must be
greater than the value of
Delayed Discharge Test
Time.
Recommended value: 120

Delayed Discharge Test DDSTM This parameter specifies the Network plan
Time interval between the time a
power failure or OMU
operation occurs and the time
an automatic test starts. The
value of this parameter must be
less than that of TDSTM.
Recommended value: 14

6.3.4 Initial Configuration

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using the GUI


Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
6.3.3 Data Preparation.

l For configuring a single eGBTS using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create eGBTSs > Creating a Single eGBTS > Configuring eGBTS Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single NodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create a NodeB > Creating a Single NodeB > Configuring NodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

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l For configuring a single eNodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create an eNodeB > Creating a Single eNodeB > Configuring eNodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

Configuring eGBTSs/NodeBs/eNodeBs in Batches


Customize a template on an eGBTS, NodeB, or eNodeB where power modules are configured,
and save this template. Then, use the template to configure eGBTSs, NodeBs, or eNodeBs in
batches based on collected data and the corresponding scenario.
l For configuring eGBTSs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eGBTSs in Batches.
l For configuring NodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating NodeBs in Batches.
l For configuring eNodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eNodeBs in Batches.

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using MML Commands


Run the MOD BATCTPA command to set the parameters associated with automatic battery
tests. For settings of the parameters, see Table 6-9.

6.3.5 Activation Observation


Step 1 Run the STR BTSBATTTST command to start a simplified or manual test according to
customer needs. A manual test is recommended.
Step 2 Check that the battery efficiency in the displayed test result is equal to or higher than 80%.
Step 3 Run the STP BTSBATTTST command to stop the test.

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6.4 Deployment of Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power


Supply Redundancy

6.4.1 When to Use Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply


Redundancy
This feature is recommended if a Huawei AC-powered base station equipped with the PMU is
used and the customer is concerned about the traffic change. After this feature is enabled, the

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power supply system automatically notifies the customer of the loss of power supply redundancy
so that the customer can add PSUs to adapt to the increase in the traffic.

6.4.2 Requirements

Base Station Software Version


The base station software for GBSS14.0/RAN14.0/eRAN3.0/SRAN8.0 or later is required.

Power Supply System Type


The power supply system must support this feature. Table 6-10 lists the capabilities of different
power supply systems in supporting this feature.

Table 6-10 Capabilities of different power supply systems in supporting this feature

Power Supply System Type Supporting or Not

ETP Supporting

APM30 Supporting

EPS4890 Supporting

SC48200 Not supporting

EPS4815 Not supporting

PMU Software Version


The PMU software version of 128 or later is required.

6.4.3 Data Preparation


Table 6-11 lists the parameter settings for the reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply
Redundancy.

Table 6-11 Parameter settings for the reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply
Redundancy

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Power Lose PAE The base station will report Data plan
Redundancy Alarm ALM-25636 Loss of Power
Enabled Supply Redundancy if this
parameter is set to ON but PSUs
are not configured in N+1
backup mode.

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6.4.4 Initial Configuration

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using the GUI


Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
6.4.3 Data Preparation.

l For configuring a single eGBTS using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create eGBTSs > Creating a Single eGBTS > Configuring eGBTS Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single NodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create a NodeB > Creating a Single NodeB > Configuring NodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single eNodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create an eNodeB > Creating a Single eNodeB > Configuring eNodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

Configuring eGBTSs/NodeBs/eNodeBs in Batches


Customize a template on an eGBTS, NodeB, or eNodeB where power modules are configured,
and save this template. Then, use the template to configure eGBTSs, NodeBs, or eNodeBs in
batches based on collected data and the corresponding scenario.

l For configuring eGBTSs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eGBTSs in Batches.
l For configuring NodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating NodeBs in Batches.
l For configuring eNodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eNodeBs in Batches.

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using MML Commands


Run the SET EQUIPMENT command with Power Lose Redundancy Alarm Enabled set to
ON.

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6.4.5 Activation Observation


When PSUs are configured in N+1 backup mode, remove one PSU. If the base station
immediately reports ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply Redundancy, the feature has been
activated.

6.4.6 Feature Deactivation


Run the SET EQUIPMENT command with Power Lose Redundancy Alarm Enabled set to
OFF.

6.5 Deployment of Automatic Battery and Load


Disconnection

6.5.1 When to Use Automatic Battery and Load Disconnection


Use automatic battery and load disconnection in areas where the temperature is high or the mains
supply is often disconnected.

6.5.2 Requirements
N/A

6.5.3 Data Preparation


Table 6-12 lists the parameter settings for automatic battery and load disconnection.

Table 6-12 Parameter settings for automatic battery and load disconnection

Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Low Voltage LVSDF This parameter specifies whether Network plan


Shutdown Flag to enable battery disconnection
under low voltage.
Recommended value: ENABLE

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Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Shutdown Voltage SDV This parameter specifies the Network plan


voltage threshold for battery
disconnection. If LVSDF is set to
ENABLE, the storage batteries
are automatically disconnected
when the battery voltage falls
below this threshold.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply
system: 460
l Other power supply systems:
430

High Temperature HTSDF This parameter specifies whether Network plan


Shutdown Flag to enable battery disconnection
under high temperature.
Recommended value: ENABLE

Shutdown SDT This parameter specifies the Network plan


Temperature temperature threshold for
protecting the storage batteries.
If the battery temperature exceeds
this threshold and remains above it
for 5 minutes, the PMU performs
either of the following operations:
l Disconnects batteries when
HTSDF is set to ENABLE.
l Lowers the busbar voltage to
50.5 V when HTSDF is set to
DISABLE.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply
system: 60
l Other power supply systems:
53

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Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Load Shutdown LSDF This parameter specifies whether Network plan


Flag to enable load disconnection under
low voltage.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply
system: ENABLE
l Other power supply systems:
DISABLE (for the power
supply system in the IBC10
cabinet, the value must be
DISABLE)

Load Shutdown LSDV This parameter specifies the Network plan


Voltage voltage threshold for load
disconnection. If LSDF is set to
ENABLE, secondary loads are
automatically disconnected when
the voltage of the loads is lower
than the value of this parameter.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply
system: 465
l Other power supply systems:
440

6.5.4 Initial Configuration


Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using the GUI
Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
6.5.3 Data Preparation.
l For configuring a single eGBTS using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create eGBTSs > Creating a Single eGBTS > Configuring eGBTS Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single NodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create a NodeB > Creating a Single NodeB > Configuring NodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single eNodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:

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> Create an eNodeB > Creating a Single eNodeB > Configuring eNodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

Configuring eGBTSs/NodeBs/eNodeBs in Batches


Customize a template on an eGBTS, NodeB, or eNodeB where power modules are configured,
and save this template. Then, use the template to configure eGBTSs, NodeBs, or eNodeBs in
batches based on collected data and the corresponding scenario.

l For configuring eGBTSs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eGBTSs in Batches.
l For configuring NodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating NodeBs in Batches.
l For configuring eNodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eNodeBs in Batches.

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using MML Commands


Step 1 Run the MOD PMU command with Low Voltage Shutdown Flag, Shutdown Voltage, High
Temperature Shutdown Flag, and Shutdown Temperature set to required values.

Step 2 Run the MOD BATTERY command with Load Shutdown Flag and Load Shutdown
Voltage set to required values.

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For detailed parameter settings, see Table 6-12.

6.5.5 Activation Observation


To verify that the automatic battery disconnection under low voltage has been activated, perform
the following operations:

Step 1 Run the MOD BATTERY command with Shutdown Voltage set to its maximum value.

Step 2 Disconnect the mains supply so that the storage batteries provide power for the base station.

Step 3 When the voltage of storage batteries is lower than the Shutdown Voltage value, check whether
the storage batteries are disconnected from the base station. If the base station is powered off in
this case, the feature has been activated.

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To verify that the automatic battery disconnection under high temperature has been activated,
perform the following operations:

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Step 1 Run the MOD BATTERY command with Shutdown Temperature set to its minimum value.

Step 2 Disconnect the mains supply so that the storage batteries provide power for the base station.

Step 3 When the working temperature of storage batteries is higher than the Shutdown
Temperature value, check whether the storage batteries are disconnected from the base station.
If the base station is powered off in this case, the feature has been activated.

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To verify that the automatic load disconnection under low voltage has been activated, perform
the following operations:

Step 1 Run the MOD PMU command with Load Shutdown Voltage set to its maximum value.

Step 2 Disconnect the mains supply so that the storage batteries provide power for the base station.

Step 3 When the load voltage is lower than the Load Shutdown Voltage value, check whether the
storage batteries are disconnected from the base station. If the base station is powered off in this
case, the feature has been activated.

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6.5.6 Feature Deactivation


To deactivate the automatic battery disconnection under low voltage, run the MOD BATTERY
command with Low Voltage Shutdown Flag set to DISABLE.

To deactivate the automatic battery disconnection under high temperature, run the MOD
BATTERY command with High Temperature Shutdown Flag set to DISABLE.

To deactivate the automatic load disconnection under low voltage, run the MOD PMU command
with Load Shutdown Flag set to DISABLE.

6.6 Deployment of Diesel Generator Testing Management

6.6.1 When to Use Diesel Generator Testing Management


This feature can be activated based on requirements for Huawei base stations equipped with
PMUs and supplied with solar power.

6.6.2 Requirements
Diesel generators have been configured.

6.6.3 Data Preparation


This feature does not require configuration of parameters.

6.6.4 Initial Configuration


Step 1 Run the STR DIESELGENTST command to start testing the diesel generators controlled by a
PMU.

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Step 2 Run the STP DIESELGENTST command to stop the test.

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6.6.5 Activation Observation


If a diesel generator malfunctions, the base station will report ALM-25697 Diesel Generator
Startup Failure.

6.6.6 Feature Deactivation


N/A

6.7 Deployment of Intelligent Diesel Generator


Management

6.7.1 When to Use Intelligent Diesel Generator Management


This feature can be activated based on requirements for Huawei base stations equipped with
PMUs and supplied with solar power.

6.7.2 Requirements
N/A

6.7.3 Data Preparation


Table 6-13 lists the parameter settings for intelligent diesel generator management.

Table 6-13 Parameter settings for intelligent diesel generator management

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Intelligent Control ICF This parameter specifies Network plan


Flag whether to enable
intelligent control of the
diesel generator. When
intelligent control is
enabled, the PMU
automatically controls the
diesel generator according
to the preset parameters,
reducing the operation cost
of the diesel generator.
Recommended value:
ENABLE

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6.7.4 Initial Configuration

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using the GUI


Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
6.7.3 Data Preparation.

l For configuring a single eGBTS using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create eGBTSs > Creating a Single eGBTS > Configuring eGBTS Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single NodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create a NodeB > Creating a Single NodeB > Configuring NodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.
l For configuring a single eNodeB using the GUI, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial
Configuration Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Create an eNodeB > Creating a Single eNodeB > Configuring eNodeB Device Data >
Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

Configuring eGBTSs/NodeBs/eNodeBs in Batches


Customize a template on an eGBTS, NodeB, or eNodeB where power modules are configured,
and save this template. Then, use the template to configure eGBTSs, NodeBs, or eNodeBs in
batches based on collected data and the corresponding scenario.

l For configuring eGBTSs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eGBTSs in Batches.
l For configuring NodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating NodeBs in Batches.
l For configuring eNodeBs in batches, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration
Guide and navigate in the following sequence:
3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) > Creating Base Stations
> Creating eNodeBs in Batches.

Configuring a Single eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Using MML Commands


Run the MOD BATTERY command with Intelligent Control Flag set to ENABLE.

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6.7.5 Activation Observation


Compare the oil consumed before and after the feature activation to know the amount of oil that
has been saved by this feature.

6.7.6 Feature Deactivation


Run the MOD BATTERY command with Intelligent Control Flag set to DISABLE.

6.8 Troubleshooting
Table 6-14 lists the alarms associated with the power supply. For details about the
troubleshooting, see eGBTS Alarm Reference, NodeB Alarm Reference, eNodeB Alarm
Reference, and 3900 Series Base Station Alarm Reference.

Table 6-14 Power supply alarms

Alarm ID Alarm Name Alarm Severity

25621 Power Supply DC Output Out of Range Major

25622 Mains Input Out of Range Major

25623 Load Disconnect Major/Warning

25624 Battery Power Unavailable Major/Warning

25625 Battery Current Out of Range Major

25626 Power Module Abnormal Major/Warning

25628 AC Surge Protector Fault Major

25630 Power Module and Monitoring Module Major


Communication Failure

25631 Load Fuse Broken Major

25632 Battery Cabin Heater Fault Major

25633 PMU Internal Interface Communication Failure Major

25634 Battery Not In Position Major

25636 Ambient Temperature Unacceptable Minor

25650 Ambient Temperature Unacceptable Major/Minor

25651 Ambient Humidity Unacceptable Minor

25652 Cabinet Temperature Unacceptable Major/Minor

25653 Cabinet Humidity Unacceptable Minor

25654 Battery Temperature Unacceptable Major/Minor

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Alarm ID Alarm Name Alarm Severity

25695 Diesel Generator Fault Major

25696 Diesel Generator Low Fuel Major

25697 Diesel Generator Startup Failure Major

25710 Loss of Solar Array Major

25711 Solar Array Fault Major

25713 Solar Controller Temperature Unacceptable Minor

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7 Engineering Guidelines (GBTS)

7.1 Deployment of Basic Power Supply Management


Functions

7.1.1 When to Use Basic Power Supply Management Functions


A 3900 series base station must be configured with the PMU and PSUs to provide basic power
supply management functions.

The storage batteries and diesel generators can be configured based on requirements.

7.1.2 Required Information


The information to be collected before deploying these basic functions on the eGBTS, NodeB,
or eNodeB is the same as the information to be collected before deploying the basic functions
on the GBTS. For details, see section 6.1.2 Required Information.

7.1.3 Requirements
None.

7.1.4 Data Preparation

Scenario 1: PMU Configuration


Table 7-1 describes parameter settings for the PMU.

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Table 7-1 Parameter settings for the PMU

Parameter Parameter Setting Description Data Source


Name ID

Cabinet No. CN This parameter specifies the number Network plan


of the cabinet in which the PMU is
located.
Recommended value: 0

Subrack No. SRN This parameter specifies the number Network plan
of the subrack in which the PMU is
located.
The default value is recommended.

Slot No. SN This parameter specifies the number Network plan


of the slot in which the PMU is
located.
The default value is recommended.

Board Type BT Select PMU. Network plan

Power Type PTYPE The power supply system type must Network plan
fit the physical cabinet.
For the mapping, see Table 6-1.

Special Analog SAAF Disable all sensors, because you are Network plan
Alarm Flag not advised to configure a sensor on
the PMU.
Retain the default value of this
parameter as long as the power supply
system is configured correctly.

Special Boolean SBAF This parameter specifies whether to Network plan


Alarm Flag allow the reporting of a dedicated
Boolean alarm.
A Boolean alarm cannot be reported
if its shield flag is enabled.
Value range:
l WS_DISABLE
l SS_DISABLE
l GS_DISABLE
Recommended value:
l WS_DISABLE and
SS_DISABLE are selected.
l GS_DISABLE is not selected for
the APM30. It is selected for other
PMUs.

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Parameter Parameter Setting Description Data Source


Name ID

AC Voltage ACVLTHD If the AC input voltage is lower than Network plan


Alarm Lower the value of this parameter,
Threshold ALM-25622 Mains Input Out of
Range is reported.
Set this parameter according to the
power supply specifications.
Recommended value: 180

AC Voltage ACVUTHD If the AC input voltage is higher than Network plan


Alarm Upper the value of this parameter,
Threshold ALM-25622 Mains Input Out of
Range is reported.
Set this parameter according to the
power supply specifications.
Recommended value: 280

DC Voltage DCVUTHD If the output voltage of the busbar is Network plan


Alarm Upper higher than the value of this
Threshold parameter, ALM-25621 Power
Supply DC Output Out of Range is
reported.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply system:
585
l Other power supply systems: 580

DC Voltage DCVLTHD If the output voltage of the busbar is Network plan


Alarm Lower lower than the value of this
Threshold parameter, ALM-25621 Power
Supply DC Output Out of Range is
reported.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply system:
470
l Other power supply systems: 450

Associated RXU ASSORXUC This parameter specifies the number Network plan
Board CN N of the cabinet in which the RRU
connected to the PMU is installed
when the PMU is installed near the
RRU.

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Parameter Parameter Setting Description Data Source


Name ID

Associated RXU ASSORXUSR This parameter specifies the number Network plan
Board SRN N of the subrack in which the RRU
connected to the PMU is installed
when the PMU is installed near the
RRU.

Associated RXU ASSORXUSN This parameter specifies the number Network plan
Board SN of the slot in which the RRU
connected to the PMU is installed
when the PMU is installed near the
RRU.

Manager Cabinet MCN The PMU is managed either by a Network plan


No. BBU, CCU, or an RRU.
Set this parameter as the number of
the cabinet in which the BBU, CCU,
or RRU is located.

Manager Subrack MSRN The PMU is managed either by a Network plan


No. BBU, CCU, or an RRU.
Set this parameter as the number of
the cabinet in which the BBU, CCU,
or RRU is located.

Manager Port No. MPN This parameter specifies the number Network plan
of the serial port on the BBU, CCU,
or RRU where the PMU is connected.
Recommended value:
If the BBU functions as the PMU
manager:
It is set to 1 if the monitoring board is
connected to the MON1 port on the
UPEU, set to 0 if connected to the
MON0 port.
It is set to 0 if connected to the RRU,
and set to 2 if connected to the CCU.

Address ADDR This parameter specifies the Network plan


communication address of the PMU.
The PMU communicates with the
main control board through this
address.
Set this parameter to 3 in the
following scenarios:
l Only one PMU is configured.
l Two PMUs are configured on
different RS485 buses.

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Scenario 2: PSU Configuration


Table 7-2 describes parameter settings for the PSU.

Table 7-2 Parameter settings for the PSU

Parameter Parameter Setting Description Data Source


Name ID

Cabinet No. CN This parameter specifies the number Network plan


of the cabinet in which the PSU is
located.

Subrack No. SRN This parameter specifies the number Network plan
of the subrack in which the PSU is
located.
The default value is recommended.

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Parameter Parameter Setting Description Data Source


Name ID

Slot No. SN This parameter specifies the number Network plan


of the slot in which the PSU is
located.
Recommended value:
l Configure PSUs in slots 1 to 3
when the PSUs are installed in
the AMP30H (Ver.B) or
APM30H (Ver.C).
l Configure PSUs in slots 1 to 5
when the PSUs are installed in
the APM30H (Ver.D) cabinet.
l Configure PSUs in slots 1 and 2
when the PSUs are installed in
the OMB or OMB (Ver.C).
l Configure PSUs in slots 1 to 7
when the PSUs are installed in
the BTS3900AL (Ver.A) or
TP48600A-H17B1.
l Configure PSUs in slots 1 to 3
when the PSUs are installed in
the BTS3900 AC (Ver.B)/
(Ver.C)/(Ver.D) or PS4890.
l Configure PSUs in slots 1 to 3
when the PSUs are installed in
the BTS3012_SRAN or
BTS3012II_SRAN cabinet.
l Configure PSUs in slot 1 to 5
when the PSUs are installed in
the BTS3012AE_SRAN
cabinet.
PSUs are not configurable when
the power supply system type is
SC48200 or SC4850.

Board Type BT Select PSU. Network plan

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Scenario 3: Battery Configuration


NOTE

l No batteries can be configured if the PTYPE parameter is set to EPS4815.


l Batteries are configured by default if the PTYPE parameter is set to SC48200. In this situation, no
batteries can be added.
l Batteries are optional if the PTYPE parameter is set to neither EPS4815 nor SC48200.
l The battery parameters must be set based on site requirements. Otherwise, storage batteries may be
damaged.

Table 7-3 describes parameter settings for the storage batteries.

Table 7-3 Parameter settings for the storage batteries

Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Battery BE This parameter specifies whether an Network plan


Configuration external battery cabinet can be
Enabled configured.
Recommended value: NO

Battery Type BTYPE This parameter specifies the battery Network plan
type and installation type.
Only lead acid batteries and lithium
batteries are available.
Recommended value:
l Set this parameter to NO_BAT if
no storage battery is installed.
l Set this parameter to LI_BAT if
lithium batteries are installed.
l Set this parameter to
VRLA_INNER_BAT if lead
acid batteries are installed in the
power supply cabinet or to
VRLA_OUTER_BAT if they
are installed in a battery cabinet.

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Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Battery Current BCLC This parameter specifies the current Network plan
Limiting limit coefficient for charging storage
Coefficient batteries.
The maximum battery charging
current is equal to the battery capacity
multiplied by the coefficient
specified in this parameter. If the
difference between the maximum
battery charging current and the
battery charging current is 5 A or
greater, ALM-25625 Battery Current
Out of Range is reported.
Recommended value: 15

Battery Capacity BC This parameter specifies the capacity Network plan


of the storage batteries.
This parameter must be set correctly.
Incorrect settings may affect the
lifespan of the storage batteries.
For the requirements on capacity
configuration, see the product
manual delivered with the storage
batteries.

Battery Number BN This parameter is valid only when the Network plan
BTYPE parameter is set to LI_BAT.
Recommended value: 1

Boost-Charging BCV This parameter specifies the boost- Network plan


Voltage charging voltage.
Typically, boost charging is used to
quickly recover the capacity of the
storage batteries. Therefore, the
boost-charging voltage is relatively
high. After the storage batteries are
discharged, boost charging is
conducted automatically.
Recommended value: 565

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Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Float-Charging FCV This parameter specifies the floating Network plan


Voltage charging voltage.
A float charging is used to
compensate for the power loss of the
storage batteries due to self-
discharge. The floating charging
voltage is lower than the boost
charging voltage.
Recommended value: 535

Shutdown Voltage SDV This parameter specifies the voltage Network plan
threshold for battery disconnection.
If LVSDF is set to ENABLE, the
storage batteries are automatically
disconnected when the battery
voltage falls below this threshold.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply system:
460
l Other power supply systems: 430

Battery CELLTEMP This parameter specifies whether to Network plan


Temperature COMPENA allow temperature compensation for
Compensated BLED a battery group.
Configure Enabled Recommended value: NO

Upper Assembled CELLTEMP This parameter specifies the upper Network plan
Battery 1 Temp 1THRESHO limit of battery group temperature
LDH sensor 1.
Battery group temperature sensor 1 is
installed inside the cabinet.
Recommended value: 800

Lower Assembled CELLTEMP This parameter specifies the lower Network plan
Battery1 TEMP 1THRESHO limit of battery group temperature
Measure LDL sensor 1.
Recommended value: -200

Temperature Alarm TUTHD This parameter specifies the upper Network plan
Upper Threshold temperature threshold for reporting
ALM-25650 Environmental
Temperature Abnormal.
Recommended value: 50

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Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Temperature Alarm TLTHD This parameter specifies the lower Network plan
Lower Threshold temperature threshold for reporting
ALM-25650 Environmental
Temperature Abnormal.
Recommended value:
l EPS4815 power supply system: 0
l Other power supply systems: -19

Temperature TCC This parameter specifies the Network plan


Compensation increased or reduced charging
Coefficient voltage of every battery when the
ambient temperature is one degree
(Celsius) higher or lower than the
standard temperature specified by the
manufacturers.
The recommended value is 80.

Temperature Basis BASETEMP This parameter specifies which Network plan


for Compensation ERATURE temperature sensor manages each
battery group.
This parameter can be set to
Battery1Temp or Battery2Temp.
If this parameter is set to
Battery1Temp, battery temperature
sensor 1 manages a battery group, and
performs battery temperature
compensation, battery high-
temperature protection, and battery
overtemperature alarm reporting. If
this parameter is set to
Battery2Temp, battery temperature
sensor 2 is used. It provides the same
functions as battery temperature
sensor 1.
The value Battery1Temp is
recommended when the PTYPE
parameter is set to EPS4815.

Battery Discharge BATTERYD This parameter specifies the lower Network plan
Depth ISCHARGE depth of discharge (DOD) threshold
DEPTH for starting the diesel generator.
Recommended value: 50

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Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Boost-Charging BCD This parameter specifies the interval Network plan


Duration at which storage batteries are fully
charged in boost charging mode.
Set this parameter based on the
instructions provided by the battery
manufacturer.

Scenario 4: Diesel Generator Configuration


Table 7-4 describes parameter settings for the diesel generator.

Table 7-4 Parameter settings for the diesel generator

Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data Source


ID

Cabinet No. CN This parameter specifies the number Network plan


of the cabinet in which the PMU
managing the diesel generator is
located.

Subrack No. SRN This parameter specifies the number Network plan
of the subrack in which the PMU
managing the diesel generator is
located.
The default value is recommended.

Slot No. SN This parameter specifies the number Network plan


of the slot in which the PMU
managing the diesel generator is
located.
Recommended value: 0

Rated Power POWER This parameter specifies the Network plan


maximum rated output power of the
diesel generator.
Set this parameter based on the rated
output power printed on the name
plate of the diesel generator.
Recommended value: 125

Diesel Engine SETDIESEL This parameter specifies whether a Network plan


Configure Enabled ENGINEEN diesel generator can be configured.
ABLED

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7.1.5 Initial Configuration


Configuring a Single GBTS Using the GUI
Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
7.1.4 Data Preparation.
For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Create GBTSs > Creating a Single GBTS > Configuring GBTS Device
Data > Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

NOTE

When you navigate in the document, locate the correct node based on the type of the base station controller
connected to the base station.

Configuring GBTSs in Batches


Customize a template on a GBTS where power modules are configured, and save this template.
Then, use the template to configure GBTSs in batches based on collected data and the
corresponding scenario.
For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Creating GBTSs in Batches.

Configuring a Single GBTS Using MML Commands


NOTE

The following scenarios can exist simultaneously. If they do, MOs for all these scenarios must be
configured.

Scenario 1: PMU Configuration

Step 1 Run the ADD BTSBRD command to add a PMU with the cabinet number, subrack number, and
slot number set to correct values.
Step 2 Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command to set other PMU parameters in Table 7-1.

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NOTE

l Set the Manager Cabinet No., Manager Subrack No., Manager Port No., and Address parameters
based on the actual situation to ensure appropriate communication between the PMU and the BBU.
l Set Power Type as the type of installed power supply system. Then set the Battery Type, Battery
Current Limiting Coefficient, and Battery Capacity parameters based on the actual situation.
Incorrectly setting the Battery Capacity parameter reduces the lifespan of the storage batteries.

Scenario 2: PSU Configuration


Run the ADD BTSBRD command to add PSUs with the cabinet number, subrack number, and
slot number set to correct values.
Scenario 3: Battery Configuration
Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command to set the battery parameters in Table 7-3.

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Scenario 4: Diesel Generator Configuration

Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command to set the diesel generator parameters in Table 7-4.

NOTE

The parameter configuration procedure for deploying this feature in single-diesel-generator scenarios is
the same as that in dual-diesel-generator scenarios.

7.1.6 Activation Observation


Run the DSP BTSBRD command to query the basic Information of each board in the power
supply system. If the board state of a board is normal, the board has been configured successfully.

7.2 Deployment of Intelligent Battery Management


This section describes the operations involved in deployment of the GBFD-510710 Intelligent
Battery Management feature.

7.2.1 When to Use Intelligent Battery Management


The automatic switching between different charge-and-discharge modes function is
recommended in the areas where the grid power is stable.

7.2.2 Requirements

Base Station Software Version


The base station software for GBSS14.0 or later is required.

Power Supply System Type


The power supply system must support this feature. Table 7-5 lists the capabilities of different
power supply systems in supporting this feature.

Table 7-5 Capabilities of different power supply systems in supporting this feature

Power Supply System Type Supporting or Not

APM30 Only supported by the following types of cabinets:


l APM30H (Ver.C)
l APM30H (Ver.D)

ETP Supporting

EPS4890 Not supporting

SC48200 Not supporting

EPS4815 Not supporting

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PMU Software Version


The PMU software for GBSS14.0 or later is required.

License
To activate Intelligent Battery Management, purchase and activate the license controlling this
feature. Table 7-6 lists the license information about this feature.

Table 7-6 License information about this feature

Feature ID Feature Name License Control NE Sales Unit


Item

GBFD-510710 Intelligent Battery Intelligent Battery GBSC Per BTS


Management Management (per
BTS)

7.2.3 Data Preparation


Table 7-7 lists the parameter settings for the Intelligent Battery Management feature.

Table 7-7 Parameter settings for the Intelligent Battery Management feature

Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data


ID Source

Battery Intelligent BATIMS Whether to activate Intelligent Data plan


Management Switch Battery Management. This switch
can be turned on and take effect only
when the license controlling this
feature has been obtained.

Temperature Alarm TUTHD Temperature threshold for reporting Data plan


Upper Threshold ALM-25654 Battery Temperature
Unacceptable. The default value 50
(in unit of Celsius) is recommended
for this parameter. If the battery
temperature exceeds this threshold
and remains above it for 5 minutes,
ALM-25654 Battery Temperature
Unacceptable is generated. If the
battery temperature exceeds a value
that equals to this threshold minus
five and remains above it for 5
minutes, batteries enter the float
charging state and no alarms are
generated.

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Parameter Name Parameter Setting Description Data


ID Source

Shutdown SDT Temperature threshold for Data plan


Temperature disconnecting batteries or lowering
the battery charging voltage. The
default value 53 (in unit of Celsius)
is recommended for this parameter.
If the battery temperature exceeds
this threshold and remains above it
for 5 minutes, the base station
performs either of the following
operations:
l Disconnects batteries when
HTSDF is set to ENABLE.
l Lowers the battery charging
voltage to 50.5 V when HTSDF
is set to DISABLE.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply system:
60
l Other power supply systems: 53

High Temperature HTSDF Whether to disconnect batteries Data plan


Shutdown Flag under high temperature.
l When this parameter is set to
ENABLE, the base station
disconnects batteries.
l When this parameter is set to
DISABLE, the base station
lowers the battery charging
voltage.
It is recommended that this
parameter be set to ENABLE in
high-temperature areas.

7.2.4 Initial Configuration

Configuring a Single GBTS Using the GUI


Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
7.2.3 Data Preparation.

For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Create GBTSs > Creating a Single GBTS > Configuring GBTS Device
Data > Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

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Configuring GBTSs in Batches


Customize a template on a GBTS where power modules are configured, and save this template.
Then, use the template to configure GBTSs in batches based on collected data and the
corresponding scenario.

For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Creating GBTSs in Batches.

Configuring a Single GBTS Using MML Commands


To activate Intelligent Battery Management, perform the following steps:

Step 1 Perform the following sub-steps to activate the PMU software:


1. Choose the BSC that controls the BTS onto which the PMU software is to be loaded.
Alternatively, log in to the BSC LMT and choose the BSC that controls the BTS onto which
the PMU software is to be loaded.
2. Run the DSP BTSBRD command to query the PMU software version. The following script
is an example. If the PMU software version is already the latest, go to step 2. Otherwise,
perform the follow-up sub-steps.
DSP BTSBRD: INFOTYPE=BASEINFO, IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=10, BRDTYPE=NORMAL, CN=0,
SRN=7, SN=0;

3. Run the LOD BTSSW command to load the PMU software onto the BTS. The following
is an example:
LOD BTSSW: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSIDLST=10, BTSSWVER="BTS3000V100R014C01B027SP17",
BRDSWTYPE=DPMU_MAIN;

4. Run the ACT BTSSW command to activate the PMU software. The following is an
example:
ACT BTSSW: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSIDLST=10, VERTYPE=BYBTSSWVER,
BTSSWVER="BTS3000V100R014C01B027SP17", BRDSWTYPE=DPMU_MAIN;

5. Run the DSP BTSBRD command to verify that the PMU software version meets the
requirements in section 6.2.3 "Requirements." The following is an example:
DSP BTSBRD: INFOTYPE=BASEINFO, IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=10, BRDTYPE=NORMAL, CN=0,
SRN=7, SN=0;

Step 2 Perform the following sub-steps to set parameters related to this feature:
1. Run the SET BTSOTHPARA command with Battery Intelligent Management Switch
set to ON. The following is an example:
SET BTSOTHPARA: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=10, BATIMS=ON;

2. Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command with the following parameter settings:
a. High Temperature Shutdown Flag is set to ENABLE.
b. Shutdown Temperature is set to 53.
c. Temperature Alarm Upper Threshold is set to 50.
The following is an example:

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SET BTSAPMUBP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=10, CN=0, SRN=7, SN=0, CFGFLAG=YES,


CELLTEMPCOMPENABLED=YES, TUTHD=50, HTSDF=ENABLE, SDT=53;

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7.2.5 Activation Observation

Intelligent Battery Management


Run the DSP BTSPWR command to verify that the value of Battery Intelligent Management
Capability is SUPPORT and the value of Intelligent Battery Management Switch is ON.

l If yes, this feature has been activated.


l If no, this feature is not activated.

The following is an example:


DSP BTSPWR: INFOTYPE=BTSPWR, IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=10, SRN=7, SN=0;

Self-Protection Under High Temperature


Run the DSP BTSBRD command to verify that the values for High Cell temperature 1
Alarm, High-Temperature Battery Power-off Allowed State and High-Temperature
Battery Power-off Temperature are the same as the configured ones.

l If yes, this function has been enabled.


l If no, this function is disabled.

The following is an example:


DSP BTSBRD: INFOTYPE=CFGPARA, IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=10, BRDTYPE=NORMAL, CN=0, SRN=7,
SN=0;

Battery Runtime Display


When the mains supply is cut off, run the DSP BTSBATCAP command and check the value
of Battery Leftover Time to obtain the battery runtime.
DSP BTSBATCAP: IDTYPE=BYID, BTSID=10, CN=0, SRN=7, SN=0;

7.2.6 Feature Deactivation


To deactivate Intelligent Battery Management, run the SET BTSOTHPARA command with
Battery Intelligent Management Switch set to OFF.

7.3 Deployment of Management of Automatic Battery


Testing

7.3.1 When to Use Management of Automatic Battery Testing


None.

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7.3.2 Requirements
None.

7.3.3 Data Preparation


Table 7-8 lists the parameter settings for Management of Automatic Battery Testing.

Table 7-8 Parameters settings for Management of Automatic Battery Testing

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

0.05C10 Discharge DSCHGT0 These parameters specify Network plan


Time DSCHGT1 the length of time required
0.1C10 Discharge Time for a battery group to reach
DSCHGT2 the desired voltage with a
0.2C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT3 specified discharge current.
0.3C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT4 If the discharge current is
0.4C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT5 0.05C10, C10 indicates the
0.5C10 Discharge Time nominal capacity of the
DSCHGT6
battery, and 0.05C10
0.6C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT7 indicates that the battery is
0.7C10 Discharge Time DSCHGT8 discharged with a current of
0.8C10 Discharge Time 0.05 x nominal capacity of
DSCHGT9
the battery. For example, if
0.9C10 Discharge Time
the battery capacity is 100
Ampere-hours, 0.05C10
indicates that the battery is
discharged with a capacity
of 5 Ampere-hours per hour.
Set these parameters based
on site requirements.

Battery Charge EFF The value of this parameter Network plan


Efficiency is compared with the
calculated result of a
standard discharge test to
determine whether the
battery is charging
efficiently. The comparison
result is recorded in the test
report.
Recommended value: 80

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Discharge Test End ENDV This parameter is one of the Network plan
Voltage criteria for terminating a
discharge test. If the battery
voltage is lower than the
value of this parameter, the
discharge test is terminated
and the measured results can
be recorded. This parameter
applies only to a single
battery.
Recommended value: 190

Battery Number BATNUM This parameter specifies the Network plan


number of storage batteries
in a battery group.
Recommended value: 24

Discharge Test Time DSTML Set this parameter to a value Network plan
Limit that meets or exceeds
customer requirements.
Recommended value: 10

Simple Discharge Test SDSEV In a simplified discharge Network plan


End Voltage test, the storage battery's
efficiency is not calculated.
The SDSEV and SDSTML
parameters are used to check
the storage battery's
performance.
Recommended value: 450

Simple Discharge Test SDSTML This parameter specifies the Network plan
Time Limit time limit for a simplified
discharge test.
Recommended value: 60

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Automatic Test Mode ATMODE This parameter specifies Network plan


whether and in which mode
an automatic test is
performed.
This parameter can be set to
the following values:
NOAUTOTEST: No
automatic test is performed.
PERIOD: Scheduled
automatic test mode.
POWERCUT: Power-off
automatic test mode.
PERIODPOWERCUT:
Scheduled and power-off
automatic test mode.
Recommended value:
POWERCUT

Timing Discharge Test TDSTM If ATMODE is set to Network plan


Time PERIOD, the TDSTM and
DDSTM parameters also
need to be set. TDSTM
indicates the interval at
which an automatic test is
performed. DDSTM
indicates the delay for
starting the scheduled
automatic test. The value of
TDSTM must be greater
than the value of DDSTM.
Recommended value: 120

Delayed Discharge Test DDSTM This parameter specifies the Network plan
Time interval between the time a
power failure or OMU
operation occurs and the
time an automatic test starts.
The value of this parameter
must be less than that of
TDSTM.
Recommended value: 14

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Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Battery Test Parameter BTPC This parameter specifies Network plan


Configure Enabled whether to allow the BSC to
deliver parameter settings
for a discharge test to the
BTS. If this parameter is set
to YES, the BSC delivers
related parameter settings to
the BTS. If this parameter is
set to NO, the BSC does not
deliver related parameter
settings to the BTS.
Recommended value: NO

7.3.4 Initial Configuration

onfiguring a Single GBTS Using the GUI


Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
7.3.3 Data Preparation.

For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Create GBTSs > Creating a Single GBTS > Configuring GBTS Device
Data > Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

Configuring GBTSs in Batches


Customize a template on a GBTS where power modules are configured, and save this template.
Then, use the template to configure GBTSs in batches based on collected data and the
corresponding scenario.

For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Creating GBTSs in Batches.

Configuring a Single GBTS Using MML Commands


Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command to set the parameters associated with automatic battery
tests. For settings of the parameters, see Table 7-8.

7.3.5 Activation Observation


Step 1 Run the STR BTSBATTTST command to start a simplified or manual test according to
customer needs. A manual test is recommended.

Step 2 Check that the battery efficiency in the displayed test result is equal to or higher than 80%.

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Step 3 Run the STP BTSBATTTST command to stop the test.

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7.4 Deployment of Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power


Supply Redundancy

7.4.1 When to Use Reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply


Redundancy
This feature is recommended if a Huawei AC-powered base station equipped with the PMU is
used and the customer is concerned about the traffic change. After this feature is enabled, the
power supply system automatically notifies the customer of the loss of power supply redundancy
so that the customer can add PSUs to adapt to the increase in the traffic.

7.4.2 Requirements

Base Station Software Version


The base station software for GBSS12.0 or later is required.

Power Supply System Type


The power supply system must support this feature. Table 7-9 lists the capabilities of different
power supply systems in supporting this feature.

Table 7-9 Capabilities of different power supply systems in supporting this feature

Power Supply System Type Supporting or Not

ETP Supporting

APM30 Supporting

EPS4890 Supporting

SC48200 Not supporting

EPS4815 Not supporting

PMU Software Version


The PMU software version for GBSS12.0 or later is required.

7.4.3 Data Preparation


Table 7-10 lists the parameter settings for the reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply
Redundancy.

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Table 7-10 Parameter settings for the reporting of ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply
Redundancy

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source

Power Lose PAE The BTS will report Data plan


Redundancy Alarm ALM-25636 Loss of Power
Enabled Supply Redundancy if this
parameter is set to YES but
PSUs are not configured in N
+1 backup mode.

7.4.4 Initial Configuration

Configuring a Single GBTS Using the GUI


Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
7.4.3 Data Preparation.

For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Create GBTSs > Creating a Single GBTS > Configuring GBTS Device
Data > Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

Configuring GBTSs in Batches


Customize a template on a GBTS where power modules are configured, and save this template.
Then, use the template to configure GBTSs in batches based on collected data and the
corresponding scenario.

For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Creating GBTSs in Batches.

Configuring a Single GBTS Using MML Commands


Run the SET BTSPLRALM command with Power Lose Redundancy Alarm Enabled set to
YES.

7.4.5 Activation Observation


When PSUs are configured in N+1 mode, remove one PSU. If the base station immediately
reports ALM-25636 Loss of Power Supply Redundancy, the feature has been activated.

7.4.6 Feature Deactivation


Run the SET BTSPLRALM command with Power Lose Redundancy Alarm Enabled set to
NO.

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7.5 Deployment of Automatic Battery and Load


Disconnection

7.5.1 When to Use Automatic Battery and Load Disconnection


Use automatic battery and load disconnection in areas where the temperature is high or the mains
supply is often disconnected.

7.5.2 Requirements
None.

7.5.3 Data Preparation


Table 7-11 lists the parameter settings for automatic battery and load disconnection.

Table 7-11 Parameter settings for automatic battery and load disconnection

Parameter Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source


Name

Low Voltage LVSDF This parameter specifies whether Network plan


Shutdown Flag to enable battery disconnection
under low DC voltage of the base
station.
Recommended value: ENABLE

Shutdown SDV This parameter specifies the Network plan


Voltage voltage threshold for battery
disconnection.
If LVSDF is set to ENABLE, the
storage batteries are automatically
disconnected when the battery
voltage falls below this threshold.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply system:
460
l Other power supply systems:
430

High Temperature HTSDF This parameter specifies whether Network plan


Shutdown Flag to enable battery disconnection
under high temperature.
Recommended value: ENABLE

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Parameter Parameter ID Setting Description Data Source


Name

Shutdown SDT This parameter specifies the Network plan


Temperature temperature threshold for
protecting the storage batteries.
If the battery temperature exceeds
this threshold and remains above it
for 5 minutes, the PMU performs
either of the following operations:
l Disconnects batteries when
HTSDF is set to ENABLE.
l Lowers the busbar voltage to
50.5 V when HTSDF is set to
DISABLE.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply system:
60
l Other power supply systems:
53

Load Shutdown LSDF This parameter specifies whether Network plan


Flag to enable load disconnection under
low voltage.
A primary load, such as the
baseband processing board and
main control board, works
correctly when a secondary load is
disconnected.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply system:
ENABLE
l Other power supply systems:
DISABLE

Load Shutdown LSDV This parameter specifies the Network plan


Voltage voltage threshold for load
disconnection. If LSDF is set to
ENABLE, secondary loads are
automatically disconnected when
the voltage of the loads is lower
than the value of this parameter.
Recommended value:
l SC48200 power supply system:
465
l Other power supply systems:
440

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7.5.4 Initial Configuration


Configuring a Single GBTS Using the GUI
Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
7.5.3 Data Preparation.
For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Create GBTSs > Creating a Single GBTS > Configuring GBTS Device
Data > Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

Configuring GBTSs in Batches


Customize a template on a GBTS where power modules are configured, and save this template.
Then, use the template to configure GBTSs in batches based on collected data and the
corresponding scenario.
For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Creating GBTSs in Batches.

Configuring a Single GBTS Using MML Commands


Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command to set parameters in Table 7-11.

7.5.5 Activation Observation


To verify that the automatic battery disconnection under low voltage has been activated, perform
the following operations:

Step 1 Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command with Shutdown Voltage set to its maximum value.
Step 2 Disconnect the mains supply so that the storage batteries provide power for the base station.
Step 3 When the voltage of storage batteries is lower than the Shutdown Voltage value, check whether
the storage batteries are disconnected from the base station. If the base station is powered off in
this case, the feature has been activated.

----End
To verify that the automatic battery disconnection under high temperature has been activated,
perform the following operations:

Step 1 Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command with Shutdown Temperature set to its minimum value.
Step 2 Disconnect the mains supply so that the storage batteries provide power for the base station.
Step 3 When the working temperature of storage batteries is higher than the Shutdown Temperature
value, check whether the storage batteries are disconnected from the base station. If the base
station is powered off in this case, the feature has been activated.

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To verify that the automatic load disconnection under low voltage has been activated, perform
the following operations:

Step 1 Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command with Load Shutdown Voltage set to its maximum value.

Step 2 Disconnect the mains supply so that the storage batteries provide power for the base station.

Step 3 When the load voltage is lower than the Load Shutdown Voltage value, check whether the
storage batteries are disconnected from the base station. If the base station is powered off in this
case, the feature has been activated.

----End

7.5.6 Feature Deactivation


Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command and perform the following operations:

l To deactivate the automatic battery disconnection under low voltage, set Low Voltage
Shutdown Flag to DISABLE.
l To deactivate the automatic battery disconnection under high temperature, set High
Temperature Shutdown Flag to DISABLE.
l To deactivate the automatic load disconnection under low voltage, set Load Shutdown
Flag to DISABLE.

7.6 Deployment of Intelligent Diesel Generator


Management

7.6.1 When to Use Intelligent Diesel Generator Management


Use this feature for base stations supplied with solar power according to customer requirements.

7.6.2 Requirements
None.

7.6.3 Data Preparation


Table 7-12 lists the parameter settings for intelligent diesel generator management.

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Table 7-12 Parameter settings for intelligent diesel generator management

Parameter Name Parameter ID Setting Description Data


Source

Intelligent Control ICF This parameter specifies whether Network plan


Flag to enable intelligent control of the
diesel generator. When intelligent
control is enabled, the PMU
automatically controls the diesel
generator according to the preset
parameters, reducing the operation
cost of the diesel generator.
Recommended value: ENABLE

7.6.4 Initial Configuration

Configuring a Single GBTS Using the GUI


Perform the initial configuration according to the parameter settings and scenarios in section
7.6.3 Data Preparation.

For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Create GBTSs > Creating a Single GBTS > Configuring GBTS Device
Data > Configuring Power Modules > Procedure.

Configuring GBTSs in Batches


Customize a template on a GBTS where power modules are configured, and save this template.
Then, use the template to configure GBTSs in batches based on collected data and the
corresponding scenario.

For details, see 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide and navigate in the
following sequence: 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration (Base on the CME) >
Creating Base Stations > Creating GBTSs in Batches.

Configuring a Single GBTS Using MML Commands


Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command with Intelligent Control Flag set to ENABLE.

7.6.5 Activation Observation


Compare the oil consumed before and after the feature activation to know the amount of oil that
has been saved by this feature.

7.6.6 Feature Deactivation


Run the SET BTSAPMUBP command with Intelligent Control Flag set to DISABLE.

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7.7 Troubleshooting
Table 7-13 lists the alarms associated with the power supply. If an alarm is reported, clear the
alarm with recommended actions in alarm reference of the BSC.

Table 7-13 GBTS power supply alarms

Alarm ID Alarm Name Alarm Severity

25621 Power Supply DC Output Out of Range Major

25622 Mains Input Out of Range Major

25623 Load Disconnect Major/Warning

25624 Battery Power Unavailable Major/Warning

25625 Battery Current Out of Range Major

25626 Power Module Abnormal Major/Warning

25628 AC Surge Protector Fault Major

25630 Power Module and Monitoring Module Major


Communication Failure

25631 Load Fuse Broken Major

25632 Battery Cabin Heater Fault Major

25633 PMU Internal Interface Communication Major


Failure

25634 Battery Not In Position Major

25636 Ambient Temperature Unacceptable Minor

25650 Ambient Temperature Unacceptable Major/Minor

25651 Ambient Humidity Unacceptable Minor

25652 Cabinet Temperature Unacceptable Major/Minor

25653 Cabinet Humidity Unacceptable Minor

25654 Battery Temperature Unacceptable Major/Minor

25696 Diesel Generator Low Fuel Major

25697 Diesel Generator Startup Failure Major

25710 Loss of Solar Array Major

25711 Solar Array Fault Major

25713 Solar Controller Temperature Unacceptable Minor

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8 Engineering Guidelines (Multimode Base


Station)

A multimode base station can be deployed as a separate-MPT or co-MPT base station.

The deployment of power supply management for the eGBTS, NodeB, or eNodeB in a co-MPT
base station is the same as that for the single-mode eGBTS, NodeB, or eNodeB described in 6
Engineering Guidelines (eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB).

For the separate-MPT multimode base stations, data related to power supply management can
be configured either for only one mode or in a mode-by-mode manner. Configuration for only
one mode is recommended.

NOTE

Configuration for only one mode has been available since SRAN6.0. Versions earlier than SRAN6.0
support only mode-by-mode configuration.

In configuration for only one mode, data needs to be configured only for the radio access
technology (RAT) that manages the PMU.

Mode-by-mode configuration does not require a configuration sequence. You only need to
follow the instructions in 7 Engineering Guidelines (GBTS) and 6 Engineering Guidelines
(eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB) to perform the configurations for both RATs and ensure the
consistency of some specific parameters between RATs. Table 8-1 lists the parameters of which
the settings must be consistent between RATs.

Table 8-1 Common parameters of the multimode base stations

MO GBTS Parameters eGBTS/NodeB/eNodeB Setting


Parameters Descripti
on
Paramet Paramet Comman Paramet Paramet Comman
er Name er ID d er Name er ID d

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PMU Power PTYPE SET Power PTYPE ADD For the


Type BTSAP System PMU mapping
MUBP Type between
cabinet
types
and
power
supply
system
types,
see
Table
6-1.

AC ACVLT SET AC ACVLT ADD Recomm


Voltage HD BTSAP Voltage HD PMU ended
Alarm MUBP Alarm value:
Lower Lower 180
Threshol Threshol
d d

AC ACVUT SET AC ACVUT ADD Recomm


Voltage HD BTSAP Voltage HD PMU ended
Alarm MUBP Alarm value:
Upper Upper 280
Threshol Threshol
d d

DC DCVUT SET DC DCVLT ADD Recomm


Voltage HD BTSAP Voltage HD PMU ended
Alarm MUBP Alarm value:
Lower Lower l SC48
Threshol Threshol 200
d d powe
r
suppl
y
syste
m:
470
l Other
powe
r
suppl
y
syste
ms:
450

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DC DCVLT SET DC DCVUT ADD Recomm


Voltage HD BTSAP Voltage HD PMU ended
Alarm MUBP Alarm value:
Upper Upper l SC48
Threshol Threshol 200
d d powe
r
suppl
y
syste
m:
585
l Other
powe
r
suppl
y
syste
ms:
580

Load LVSDF SET Load LSDF ADD Recomm


Shutdow BTSAP Shutdow PMU ended
n Flag MUBP n Flag value:
l SC48
200:
ENA
BLE
l Other
powe
r
suppl
y
syste
ms:
DIS
ABL
E

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Load SDV SET Load LSDV ADD Recomm


Shutdow BTSAP Shutdow PMU ended
n MUBP n value:
Voltage Voltage l SC48
200:
465
l Other
powe
r
suppl
y
syste
ms:
440

Special SAAF SET Special SAAF ADD The


Analog BTSAP Analog PMU default
Alarm MUBP Alarm value is
Flag Flag recomm
ended.

Special SBAF SET Special SBAF ADD Recomm


Boolean BTSAP Boolean PMU ended
Alarm MUBP Alarm value:
Flag Flag l WS_
DIS
ABL
E and
SS_D
ISAB
LE
are
select
ed.
l GS_
DIS
ABL
E is
clear
ed for
the
APM
30,
and is
select
ed for
other
PMU
s.

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Battery BTYPE SET Installati INSTAL ADD Recomm


Type BTSAP on Type LTYPE BATTE ended
MUBP RY value:
l SC48
200
powe
r
suppl
y
syste
m:
OUT
ER
l Other
types
of
PMU
: set
based
on
your
indivi
dual
condi
tions

Battery BTYPE SET Battery BTYPE ADD Recomm


Type BTSAP Type BATTE ended
MUBP RY value:
l UMT
S or
LTE:
VRL
A_B
AT
l GS
M:
VRL
A_O
UTE
R_B
AT

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Battery BC SET Battery BC1 ADD For the


Capacity BTSAP Capacity BC2 BATTE requirem
MUBP RY ents on
capacity
configur
ation, see
the
product
manual
delivere
d with
the
storage
batteries.

Float- FCV SET Float- FCV l ADD Recomm


Chargin BTSAP Chargin BAT ended
g MUBP g TER value:
Voltage Voltage Y 535
l MOD
BAT
TER
Y

Boost BCD SET Boost BCD ADD Set this


- BTSAP - BATTE paramete
Chargin MUBP Chargin RY r based
g g on the
Duration Duration instructi
ons
provided
by the
battery
manufac
turer.

Boost BCV SET Boost BCV ADD Recomm


- BTSAP - BATTE ended
Chargin MUBP Chargin RY value:
g g 565
Voltage Voltage

Battery BCLC SET Battery BCLC ADD Recomm


Current BTSAP Current BATTE ended
Limiting MUBP Limiting RY value: 15
Coeffici Coeffici
ent ent

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Tempera TCC SET Tempera TCC ADD Recomm


ture BTSAP ture BATTE ended
Compen MUBP Compen RY value: 80
sation sation
Coeffici Coeffici
ent ent

Tempera TLTHD SET Tempera TLTHD ADD Recomm


ture BTSAP ture BATTE ended
Alarm MUBP Alarm RY value:
Lower Lower -19
Threshol Threshol
d d

Tempera TUTHD SET Tempera TUTHD ADD Recomm


ture BTSAP ture BATTE ended
Alarm MUBP Alarm RY value: 50
Upper Upper
Threshol Threshol
d d

High HTSDF SET High HTSDF ADD Recomm


Tempera BTSAP Tempera BATTE ended
ture MUBP ture RY value:
Shutdow Shutdow ENABL
n Flag n Flag E

Shutdow SDT SET Shutdow SDT ADD Recomm


n BTSAP n BATTE ended
Tempera MUBP Tempera RY value:
ture ture l SC48
200
powe
r
suppl
y
syste
m: 60
l Other
powe
r
suppl
y
syste
ms:
53

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Low LVSDF SET Low LSDF ADD Recomm


Voltage BTSAP Voltage BATTE ended
Shutdow MUBP Shutdow RY value:
n Flag n Flag ENABL
E

Shutdow SDV SET Shutdow LSDV ADD Recomm


n BTSAP n BATTE ended
Voltage MUBP Voltage RY value:
l SC48
200
powe
r
suppl
y
syste
m:
460
l Other
powe
r
suppl
y
syste
ms:
440

0.05C10 DSCHG SET 0.05C10 DSCHG MOD Recomm


Discharg T0 BTSAP Discharg T0 BATCT ended
e Time MUBP e Time PA value:
1200

0.1C10 DSCHG SET 0.1C10 DSCHG MOD Recomm


Discharg T1 BTSAP Discharg T1 BATCT ended
e Time MUBP e Time PA value:
600

0.2C10 DSCHG SET 0.2C10 DSCHG MOD Recomm


Discharg T2 BTSAP Discharg T2 BATCT ended
e Time MUBP e Time PA value:
300

0.3C10 DSCHG SET 0.3C10 DSCHG MOD Recomm


Discharg T3 BTSAP Discharg T3 BATCT ended
e Time MUBP e Time PA value:
150

0.4C10 DSCHG SET 0.4C10 DSCHG MOD Recomm


Discharg T4 BTSAP Discharg T4 BATCT ended
e Time MUBP e Time PA value:
100

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0.5C10 DSCHG SET 0.5C10 DSCHG MOD Recomm


Discharg T5 BTSAP Discharg T5 BATCT ended
e Time MUBP e Time PA value: 70

0.6C10 DSCHG SET 0.6C10 DSCHG MOD Recomm


Discharg T6 BTSAP Discharg T6 BATCT ended
e Time MUBP e Time PA value: 50

0.7C10 DSCHG SET 0.7C10 DSCHG MOD Recomm


Discharg T7 BTSAP Discharg T7 BATCT ended
e Time MUBP e Time PA value: 40

0.8C10 DSCHG SET 0.8C10 DSCHG MOD Recomm


Discharg T8 BTSAP Discharg T8 BATCT ended
e Time MUBP e Time PA value: 30

0.9C10 DSCHG SET 0.9C10 DSCHG MOD Recomm


Discharg T9 BTSAP Discharg T9 BATCT ended
e Time MUBP e Time PA value: 25

Battery EFF SET Battery EFF MOD Recomm


Charge BTSAP Charge BATCT ended
Efficienc MUBP Efficienc PA value: 80
y y

Discharg ENDV SET Discharg ENDV MOD Recomm


e Test BTSAP e Test BATCT ended
End MUBP End PA value:
Voltage Voltage 190

Discharg DSTML SET Discharg DSTML MOD Recomm


e Test BTSAP e Test BATCT ended
Time MUBP Time PA value: 10
Limit Limit

Simple SDSEV SET Simple SDSEV MOD Recomm


Discharg BTSAP Discharg BATCT ended
e Test MUBP e Test PA value:
End End 450
Voltage Voltage

Simple SDSTM SET Simple SDSTM MOD Recomm


Discharg L BTSAP Discharg L BATCT ended
e Test MUBP e Test PA value: 60
Time Time
Limit Limit

Timing TDSTM SET Timing TDSTM MOD Recomm


Discharg BTSAP Discharg BATCT ended
e Test MUBP e Test PA value:
Time Time 120

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Delayed DDSTM SET Delayed DDSTM MOD Recomm


Discharg BTSAP Discharg BATCT ended
e Test MUBP e Test PA value: 14
Time Time

Rated POWER SET Rated POWER l ADD Recomm


Power BTSAP Power DIES ended
MUBP ELG value:
EN 125
l MOD
DIES
ELG
EN

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9 Parameter

Table 9-1 Parameter description

Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

BATIMS BTS3900, SET WRFD-140220 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 EQUIPMENT Battery cates the battery
WCDMA, LST Management intelligent
BTS3900 LTE EQUIPMENT management
switch status.
Intelligent
battery power
management
prolongs the
lifespan of a
battery.
GUI Value
Range:ON
(ON), OFF
(OFF)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:ON, OFF
Default
Value:OFF
(OFF)

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Command

TUTHD BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the upper
WCDMA, MOD Management limit of
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY temperature.
When the
LST BATTERY battery
temperature
exceeds the
upper limit, an
ALM-25650
Ambient
Temperature
Unacceptable
alarm is
reported.
GUI Value
Range:35~80
(metric system);
95~176
(imperial
system)
Unit:degree
Celsius(metric
system);degree
Fahrenheit
(imperial
system)
Actual Value
Range:35~80
(metric system);
95~176
(imperial
system)
Default Value:
50(metric
system);122
(imperial
system)

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Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

SDT BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the
WCDMA, MOD Management temperature
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY above which the
battery is
LST BATTERY powered off
automatically
under the
condition that
HtempShutdow
nFlg is enabled.
GUI Value
Range:40~70
(metric system);
104~158
(imperial
system)
Unit:degree
Celsius(metric
system);degree
Fahrenheit
(imperial
system)
Actual Value
Range:40~70
(metric system);
104~158
(imperial
system)
Default Value:
53(metric
system);127
(imperial
system)

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Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

HTSDF BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates whether to
WCDMA, MOD Management enable battery
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY disconnection
against high
LST BATTERY temperature.
GUI Value
Range:DISABL
E(Disable),
ENABLE
(Enable)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:DISABL
E, ENABLE
Default
Value:ENABLE
(Enable)

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Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

EFF BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA charging
BTS3900 LTE efficiency of
batteries. The
battery
efficiency is a
percentage of
battery
performance to
the normal
battery capacity.
For example, a
normal battery
can supply
power for 10
hours. If a
battery can
supply power
for only eight
hours, its battery
efficiency is
80%.
GUI Value
Range:80~100
Unit:%
Actual Value
Range:80~100
Default Value:
80

SDSEV BTS3900, MOD WRFD-140220 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA Battery cates the end
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA Management voltage of the
BTS3900 LTE simple
discharging test.
GUI Value
Range:400~540
Unit:0.1V
Actual Value
Range:
40.0~54.0, step:
0.1
Default Value:
450

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Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

SDSTML BTS3900, MOD WRFD-140220 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA Battery cates the time
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA Management limit for the
BTS3900 LTE simplified
discharging test.
There are two
types of
discharging tests
for a battery: a
standard test and
a simplified test.
A standard test
calculates the
battery
efficiency, and a
simplified test
judges only the
quality of the
battery.
GUI Value
Range:1~240
Unit:min
Actual Value
Range:1~240
Default Value:
60

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Command

PAE BTS3900, SET None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 EQUIPMENT cates whether
WCDMA, LST the base station
BTS3900 LTE EQUIPMENT reports
ALM-25636
Loss of Power
Supply
Redundancy.
The base station
reports the
ALM-25636
Loss of Power
Supply
Redundancy if
the PSUs are not
configured in N
+1 backup mode
and this
parameter is set
to ON.
GUI Value
Range:ON
(ON), OFF
(OFF)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:ON, OFF
Default
Value:OFF
(OFF)

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Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

LVSDF BTS3900, ADD WRFD-031400 Power off the Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY equipment level cates whether to
WCDMA, MOD by level enable battery
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY power-off
against low
LST BATTERY voltage.
GUI Value
Range:DISABL
E(Disable),
ENABLE
(Enable)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:DISABL
E, ENABLE
Default
Value:ENABLE
(Enable)

SDV BTS3900, ADD WRFD-031400 Power off the Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY equipment level cates the voltage
WCDMA, MOD by level below which the
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY battery is
powered off
LST BATTERY automatically
under the
condition that
LvolShutdownF
lg is enabled.
GUI Value
Range:350~556
Unit:0.1V
Actual Value
Range:
35.0~55.6, step:
0.1
Default Value:
430

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LSDF BTS3900, ADD PMU WRFD-031400 Power off the Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU equipment level cates the flag for
WCDMA, by level power-off
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU against low
voltage, which
determines
whether the load
is powered off in
the case of low
voltage.
GUI Value
Range:DISABL
E(Disable),
ENABLE
(Enable)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:DISABL
E, ENABLE
Default
Value:DISABL
E(Disable)

LSDV BTS3900, ADD PMU WRFD-031400 Power off the Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU equipment level cates the load
WCDMA, by level voltage below
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU which the load is
powered off
automatically
when load
power-off
against low
voltage is
enabled.
GUI Value
Range:350~556
Unit:0.1V
Actual Value
Range:
35.0~55.6, step:
0.1
Default Value:
440

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ICF BTS3900, ADD LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 DIESELGEN TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates whether
WCDMA, MOD 12 intelligent
BTS3900 LTE DIESELGEN control of the
diesel generator
LST is enabled.
DIESELGEN When intelligent
control is
enabled, the
PMU
automatically
controls the
diesel generator
according to the
preset
parameters, thus
reducing the
operation cost of
the diesel
generator.
GUI Value
Range:DISABL
E(Disable),
ENABLE
(Enable)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:DISABL
E, ENABLE
Default
Value:DISABL
E(Disable)

CN BTS3900, ADD PMU None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 CLR PMUALM cates the number
WCDMA, of the cabinet
BTS3900 LTE DSP PMU where the PMU
LST PMU is located.
MOD PMU GUI Value
RMV PMU Range:0~62
RST PMUPWR Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:0~62
Default Value:0

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SRN BTS3900, ADD PMU None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 CLR PMUALM cates the number
WCDMA, of the subrack
BTS3900 LTE DSP PMU where the PMU
LST PMU is located.
MOD PMU GUI Value
RMV PMU Range:7
RST PMUPWR Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:7
Default Value:7

SN BTS3900, ADD PMU None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 CLR PMUALM cates the number
WCDMA, of the slot where
BTS3900 LTE DSP PMU the PMU is
LST PMU located.
MOD PMU GUI Value
RMV PMU Range:0
RST PMUPWR Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:0
Default Value:0

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PTYPE BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the type of
WCDMA, 12 the power
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU system for the
PMU.
GUI Value
Range:APM100
(APM 100),
APM200(APM
200), APM30
(APM 30),
EPS4890
(EPS4890),
EPS4815
(EPS4815),
SC48200
(SC48200),
EPS48200
(EPS48200),
TP48300A
(TP48300A),
ETP(ETP)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:APM100
, APM200,
APM30,
EPS4890,
EPS4815,
SC48200,
EPS48200,
TP48300A, ETP
Default
Value:APM30
(APM 30)

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MCN BTS3900, ADD PMU None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 LST PMU cates the cabinet
WCDMA, number of the
BTS3900 LTE manager. The
manager of the
PMU is usually a
BBU, RRU or
CCU.
GUI Value
Range:0~62
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:0~62
Default Value:0

MSRN BTS3900, ADD PMU None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 LST PMU cates the
WCDMA, subrack number
BTS3900 LTE of the manager.
The manager of
the PMU is
usually a BBU,
RRU or CCU.
GUI Value
Range:0~254
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:0~254
Default Value:0

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MPN BTS3900, ADD PMU None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU cates the number
WCDMA, of the serial port
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU where the PMU
is connected.
The serial port is
the port through
which the PMU
is connected to
the manager
unit.
GUI Value
Range:0~7
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:0~7
Default
Value:None

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ADDR BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the
WCDMA, 12 communication
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU address of the
PMU, which is
determined by
the settings of
the 4-bit dual in-
line package
(DIP) switch on
the PMU. The
communication
address is used
by the PMU to
communicate
with the main
control and
transmission
board. The value
of this parameter
must be
consistent with
the actual
settings of the
DIP switch. The
4-bit DIP switch
can be treated as
a 4-bit binary
number. The
settings of ON
and OFF are
represented by 1
and 0
respectively.
Convert the 4-
bit number from
binary to
decimal, and
then the decimal
number is used
as the value of
this parameter.
GUI Value
Range:1~30
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:1~30

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Default Value:3

ACVLTHD BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the lower
WCDMA, 12 threshold of AC
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU input voltage.
When the AC
input voltage is
lower than the
value, an
ALM-25622
Mains Input Out
of Range alarm
is reported.
GUI Value
Range:60~300
Unit:V
Actual Value
Range:60~300
Default Value:
180

ACVUTHD BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the higher
WCDMA, 12 threshold of AC
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU input voltage.
When the AC
input voltage is
higher than the
value, an
ALM-25622
Mains Input Out
of Range alarm
is reported.
GUI Value
Range:60~300
Unit:V
Actual Value
Range:60~300
Default Value:
280

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DCVLTHD BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the lower
WCDMA, 12 threshold of the
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU DC voltage.
When the output
voltage of the
busbar is lower
than the value,
an ALM-25621
Power Supply
DC Output Out
of Range alarm
is reported.
GUI Value
Range:350~556
Unit:0.1V
Actual Value
Range:
35.0~55.6, step:
0.1
Default Value:
450

DCVUTHD BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the upper
WCDMA, 12 threshold of the
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU DC voltage.
When the output
voltage of the
busbar is higher
than the value,
an ALM-25621
Power Supply
DC Output Out
of Range alarm
is reported.
GUI Value
Range:580~600
Unit:0.1V
Actual Value
Range:
58.0~60.0, step:
0.1
Default Value:
580

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SAAF BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates whether to
WCDMA, 12 allow the report
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU of a dedicated
analog alarm. If
the shield flag
for an analog
alarm is enabled,
the analog alarm
cannot be
reported.
GUI Value
Range:BT1_DI
SABLE(Battery
Temperature
Sensor 1
Disabled),
AH_DISABLE
(Cabinet
Humidity
Sensor
Disabled),
AT1_DISABLE
(Cabinet
Temperature
Sensor 1
Disabled),
BT2_DISABLE
(Battery
Temperature
Sensor 2
Disabled)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:BT1_DI
SABLE,
AH_DISABLE,
AT1_DISABLE
,
BT2_DISABLE
Default
Value:BT1_DIS
ABLE:OFF,
AH_DISABLE:
ON,
AT1_DISABLE
:ON,

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BT2_DISABLE
:ON

SBAF BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates whether to
WCDMA, 12 allow the report
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU of a dedicated
Boolean alarm.
If the shield flag
for a Boolean
alarm is enabled,
the Boolean
alarm cannot be
reported.
GUI Value
Range:WS_DIS
ABLE(Water-
Immersed
Sensor
Disabled),
SS_DISABLE
(Smog Sensor
Disabled),
GS_DISABLE
(Gating Sensor
Disabled)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:WS_DIS
ABLE,
SS_DISABLE,
GS_DISABLE
Default
Value:WS_DIS
ABLE:ON,
SS_DISABLE:
ON,
GS_DISABLE:
OFF

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ATLTHD BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the lower
WCDMA, 12 threshold of the
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU cabinet
temperature. If
the cabinet
temperature is
lower than the
value, an
ALM-25652
Cabinet
Temperature
Unacceptable
alarm is
reported.
GUI Value
Range:-20~20
(metric
system);-4~68
(imperial
system)
Unit:degree
Celsius(metric
system);degree
Fahrenheit
(imperial
system)
Actual Value
Range:-20~20
(metric
system);-4~68
(imperial
system)
Default Value:0
(metric system);
32(imperial
system)

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ATUTHD BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the upper
WCDMA, 12 threshold of the
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU cabinet
temperature. If
the cabinet
temperature is
higher than the
value, an
ALM-25652
Cabinet
Temperature
Unacceptable
alarm is
reported.
GUI Value
Range:35~80
(metric system);
95~176
(imperial
system)
Unit:degree
Celsius(metric
system);degree
Fahrenheit
(imperial
system)
Actual Value
Range:35~80
(metric system);
95~176
(imperial
system)
Default Value:
50(metric
system);122
(imperial
system)

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AHLTHD BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the lower
WCDMA, 12 threshold of the
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU cabinet
humidity. If the
cabinet
humidity is
lower than the
value, an
ALM-25653
Cabinet
Humidity
Unacceptable
alarm is
reported.
GUI Value
Range:0~50
Unit:%
Actual Value
Range:0~50
Default Value:
10

AHUTHD BTS3900, ADD PMU LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 MOD PMU TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the upper
WCDMA, 12 threshold of the
BTS3900 LTE LST PMU cabinet
humidity. If the
cabinet
humidity is
higher than the
value, an
ALM-25653
Cabinet
Humidity
Unacceptable
alarm is
reported.
GUI Value
Range:50~100
Unit:%
Actual Value
Range:50~100
Default Value:
80

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CN BTS3900, ADD PSU None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 DSP PSU cates the number
WCDMA, of the cabinet
BTS3900 LTE LST PSU where the PSU is
RMV PSU located.
GUI Value
Range:0~62
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:0~62
Default Value:0

SRN BTS3900, ADD PSU None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 DSP PSU cates the number
WCDMA, of the subrack
BTS3900 LTE LST PSU where the PSU is
RMV PSU located.
GUI Value
Range:7
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:7
Default Value:7

SN BTS3900, ADD PSU None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 DSP PSU cates the number
WCDMA, of the slot where
BTS3900 LTE LST PSU the PSU is
RMV PSU located.
GUI Value
Range:1~10
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:1~10
Default Value:1

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CN BTS3900, ADD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY cates the number
WCDMA, DSP BATINDT of the cabinet
BTS3900 LTE where the PMU
DSP BATTERY managing the
LST BATTERY battery is
MOD located.
BATINDT GUI Value
MOD Range:0~62
BATTERY Unit:None
RMV Actual Value
BATTERY Range:0~62
Default Value:0

SRN BTS3900, ADD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY cates the number
WCDMA, DSP BATINDT of the subrack
BTS3900 LTE where the PMU
DSP BATTERY managing the
LST BATTERY battery is
MOD located.
BATINDT GUI Value
MOD Range:7
BATTERY Unit:None
RMV Actual Value
BATTERY Range:7
Default Value:7

SN BTS3900, ADD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY cates the number
WCDMA, DSP BATINDT of the slot where
BTS3900 LTE the PMU
DSP BATTERY managing the
LST BATTERY battery is
MOD located.
BATINDT GUI Value
MOD Range:0
BATTERY Unit:None
RMV Actual Value
BATTERY Range:0
Default Value:0

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INSTALLTYP BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


E BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the
WCDMA, MOD Management installation type
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY of battery. This
parameter can
LST BATTERY be set to INNER
or OUTER. The
value INNER
indicates that
batteries are
installed in a
power cabinet.
The value
OUTER
indicates that
batteries are
installed in a
standalone
battery cabinet.
For lithium
batteries, this
parameter is set
to INNER. For
lead-acid
batteries, this
parameter can
be set to either
INNER or
OUTER,
depending on
the type of
power cabinet. If
the power
cabinet is
APM30 of
version 301
(silkscreen:
APM30) or 302
(silkscreen:
APM30H), this
parameter is set
as required. If
the power
cabinet is not
APM30 of
version 301 or
302, this
parameter is set

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to INNER. The
reasons are as
follows: In an
APM30 of
version 301 or
302, the battery
temperature
sensor is
connected to
different ports
on the APMI
board by the
battery
temperature
sensor cable,
depending on
the installation
type of lead-acid
battery. When
the installation
type is INNER,
the battery
temperature
sensor is
connected to the
BAT_TEM1
port. When the
installation type
is OUTER, the
battery
temperature
sensor is
connected to the
BAT_TEM2
port. The
configuration
data on the
maintenance
console must be
set based on the
actual
installation,
enabling the
PMU to select
the correct port
for battery
temperature
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power cabinets
other than
APM30s of
versions 301 and
302, the battery
temperature is
reported to the
PMU through
the RS485 bus.
Under this
circumstance,
the PMU can
always select the
correct battery
temperature for
temperature
management.
This parameter
is set to INNER
to avoid a
configuration
conflict between
different modes
of a multi-mode
base station.
GUI Value
Range:INNER
(Inner), OUTER
(Outer)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:INNER,
OUTER
Default
Value:INNER
(Inner)

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BTYPE BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the type of
WCDMA, MOD Management the battery.
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY GUI Value
DSP BATTERY Range:VRLA_
BAT(VRLA
LST BATTERY Battery),
LI_BAT(Li-Ion
Battery)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:VRLA_
BAT, LI_BAT
Default
Value:VRLA_B
AT(VRLA
Battery)

BN BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the number
WCDMA, MOD Management of battery
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY groups.

DSP BATTERY GUI Value


Range:1~2
LST BATTERY
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:1~2
Default Value:1

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BC1 BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the
WCDMA, MOD Management capacity of
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY battery 1. This
parameter
LST BATTERY should be set
according to the
actual situation.
Incorrect
configuration
may reduce the
life span of the
battery.
GUI Value
Range:5~5000
Unit:Ah
Actual Value
Range:5~5000
Default Value:
36

BC2 BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the
WCDMA, MOD Management capacity of
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY battery 2. This
parameter
LST BATTERY should be set
according to the
actual situation.
Incorrect
configuration
may reduce the
life span of the
battery.
GUI Value
Range:5~5000
Unit:Ah
Actual Value
Range:5~5000
Default Value:
36

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BCD BTS3900, ADD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY cates the
WCDMA, MOD scheduled boost
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY charging
interval.
LST BATTERY Batteries are
boost-charged at
this interval (in
the unit of day),
which keeps the
batteries fully
charged. This
parameter is
configured
according to the
instructions
provided by
manufacturers.
GUI Value
Range:30~240
Unit:day
Actual Value
Range:30~240
Default Value:
60

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BCV BTS3900, ADD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY cates the boost
WCDMA, MOD charging
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY voltage. Boost
charge is used to
LST BATTERY quickly recover
the capacity of
batteries. During
the boost charge,
the charging
voltage is
relatively high.
After the
batteries are
discharged, the
system
automatically
starts boost
charge on the
batteries. This
parameter is
configured
according to the
instructions
provided by
manufacturers.
GUI Value
Range:433~576
Unit:0.1V
Actual Value
Range:
43.3~57.6, step:
0.1
Default Value:
565

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FCV BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the
WCDMA, MOD Management floating
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY charging
voltage.
LST BATTERY Floating charge
is used to
compensate for
the power loss of
the batteries due
to self-
discharge. The
floating
charging voltage
is lower than the
boost charging
voltage. This
parameter is
configured
according to the
instructions
provided by
manufacturers.
GUI Value
Range:432~575
Unit:0.1V
Actual Value
Range:
43.2~57.5, step:
0.1
Default Value:
535

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BCLC BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the battery
WCDMA, MOD Management charging current
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY limiting
coefficient.
LST BATTERY Charging
coefficient x
Storage capacity
= Maximum
charging
current. When
the charging
current is not
smaller than the
maximum
charging current
plus 5 A, an
ALM-25625
Battery Current
Abnormal alarm
is reported. This
parameter is
configured
according to the
instructions
provided by
manufacturers.
GUI Value
Range:5~25
Unit:0.01
Actual Value
Range:
0.05~0.25, step:
0.01
Default Value:
15

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Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

TCC BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the
WCDMA, MOD Management increased or
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY reduced
charging voltage
LST BATTERY of every battery
when the
ambient
temperature is 1
degree Celsius
(2 degree
Fahrenheit)
higher or lower
than the
standard
temperature
specified by
manufacturers.
This parameter
should be set
according to the
instructions
provided by
manufacturers.
GUI Value
Range:0~500
(metric system);
0~278(imperial
system)
Unit:mV/degree
Celsius(metric
system);mV/
degree
Fahrenheit
(imperial
system)
Actual Value
Range:0~500
(metric system);
0~278(imperial
system)
Default Value:
80(metric
system);44
(imperial
system)

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Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

TLTHD BTS3900, ADD LOFD-001071 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATTERY Battery cates the lower
WCDMA, MOD Management limit of
BTS3900 LTE BATTERY temperature.
When the
LST BATTERY battery
temperature is
below the lower
limit, an
ALM-25650
Ambient
Temperature
Unacceptable
alarm is
reported.
GUI Value
Range:-20~20
(metric
system);-4~68
(imperial
system)
Unit:degree
Celsius(metric
system);degree
Fahrenheit
(imperial
system)
Actual Value
Range:-20~20
(metric
system);-4~68
(imperial
system)
Default
Value:-19
(metric
system);-2
(imperial
system)

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Command

CN BTS3900, ADD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 DIESELGEN cates the number
WCDMA, DSP of the cabinet
BTS3900 LTE DIESELGEN where the PMU
managing the
LST diesel generator
DIESELGEN is located.
MOD GUI Value
DIESELGEN Range:0~62
RMV Unit:None
DIESELGEN
Actual Value
STP Range:0~62
DIESELGENT
ST Default Value:0

STR
DIESELGENT
ST

SRN BTS3900, ADD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 DIESELGEN cates the number
WCDMA, DSP of the subrack
BTS3900 LTE DIESELGEN where the PMU
managing the
LST diesel generator
DIESELGEN is located.
MOD GUI Value
DIESELGEN Range:7
RMV Unit:None
DIESELGEN
Actual Value
STP Range:7
DIESELGENT
ST Default Value:7

STR
DIESELGENT
ST

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Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

SN BTS3900, ADD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 DIESELGEN cates the number
WCDMA, DSP of the slot where
BTS3900 LTE DIESELGEN the PMU
managing the
LST diesel generator
DIESELGEN is located.
MOD GUI Value
DIESELGEN Range:0
RMV Unit:None
DIESELGEN
Actual Value
STP Range:0
DIESELGENT
ST Default Value:0

STR
DIESELGENT
ST

POWER BTS3900, ADD LBFD-004012 / Environment Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 DIESELGEN TDLBFD-0040 Monitoring cates the
WCDMA, MOD 12 maximum rated
BTS3900 LTE DIESELGEN output power of
the diesel
LST generator. It
DIESELGEN should be
configured
according to the
rated output
power printed
on the name
plate of the
diesel generator.
GUI Value
Range:1~1000
Unit:0.1kVA
Actual Value
Range:
0.1~100.0, step:
0.1
Default Value:
125

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Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

DSCHGT0 BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA duration of
BTS3900 LTE discharging the
battery with the
current of
0.05C10 to the
moment when
the discharging
voltage is
terminated. C10
indicates the
nominal
capacity of the
battery, and
0.05C10
indicates that the
battery is
discharged with
the current of
0.05 x norminal
capacity of the
battery. For
example, if the
battery capacity
is 100 AH,
0.05C10
indicates that the
battery is
discharged with
the current of 5
AH.
GUI Value
Range:1~5000
Unit:0.01h
Actual Value
Range:
0.01~50.00,
step:0.01
Default Value:
1200

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Command

DSCHGT1 BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA duration of
BTS3900 LTE discharging the
battery with the
current of
0.1C10 to the
moment when
the discharging
voltage is
terminated. C10
indicates the
nominal
capacity of the
battery, and
0.1C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 0.1
x norminal
capacity of the
battery. For
example, if the
battery capacity
is 100 AH,
0.1C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 10
AH.
GUI Value
Range:1~5000
Unit:0.01h
Actual Value
Range:
0.01~50.00,
step:0.01
Default Value:
600

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Command

DSCHGT2 BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA duration of
BTS3900 LTE discharging the
battery with the
current of
0.2C10 to the
moment when
the discharging
voltage is
terminated. C10
indicates the
nominal
capacity of the
battery, and
0.2C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 0.2
x norminal
capacity of the
battery. For
example, if the
battery capacity
is 100 AH,
0.2C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 20
AH.
GUI Value
Range:1~5000
Unit:0.01h
Actual Value
Range:
0.01~50.00,
step:0.01
Default Value:
300

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Command

DSCHGT3 BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA duration of
BTS3900 LTE discharging the
battery with the
current of
0.3C10 to the
moment when
the discharging
voltage is
terminated. C10
indicates the
nominal
capacity of the
battery, and
0.3C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 0.3
x nominal
capacity of the
battery. For
example, if the
battery capacity
is 100 AH,
0.3C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 30
AH.
GUI Value
Range:1~5000
Unit:0.01h
Actual Value
Range:
0.01~50.00,
step:0.01
Default Value:
150

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Command

DSCHGT4 BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA duration of
BTS3900 LTE discharging the
battery with the
current of
0.4C10 to the
moment when
the discharging
voltage is
terminated. C10
indicates the
nominal
capacity of the
battery, and
0.4C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 0.4
x nominal
capacity of the
battery. For
example, if the
battery capacity
is 100 AH,
0.4C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 40
AH.
GUI Value
Range:1~5000
Unit:0.01h
Actual Value
Range:
0.01~50.00,
step:0.01
Default Value:
100

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Command

DSCHGT5 BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA duration of
BTS3900 LTE discharging the
battery with the
current x 0.5C10
to the moment
when the
discharging
voltage is
terminated. C10
indicates the
nominal
capacity of the
battery, and
0.5C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 0.5
x nominal
capacity of the
battery. For
example, if the
battery capacity
is 100 AH,
0.5C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 50
AH.
GUI Value
Range:1~5000
Unit:0.01h
Actual Value
Range:
0.01~50.00,
step:0.01
Default Value:
70

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Command

DSCHGT6 BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA duration of
BTS3900 LTE discharging the
battery with the
current of
0.6C10 to the
moment when
the discharging
voltage is
terminated. C10
indicates the
nominal
capacity of the
battery, and
0.6C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 0.6
x nominal
capacity of the
battery. For
example, if the
battery capacity
is 100 AH,
0.6C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 60
AH.
GUI Value
Range:1~5000
Unit:0.01h
Actual Value
Range:
0.01~50.00,
step:0.01
Default Value:
50

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Command

DSCHGT7 BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA duration of
BTS3900 LTE discharging the
battery with the
current of
0.7C10 to the
moment when
the discharging
voltage is
terminated. C10
indicates the
nominal
capacity of the
battery, and
0.7C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 0.7
x nominal
capacity of the
battery. For
example, if the
battery capacity
is 100 AH,
0.7C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 70
AH.
GUI Value
Range:1~5000
Unit:0.01h
Actual Value
Range:
0.01~50.00,
step:0.01
Default Value:
40

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Command

DSCHGT8 BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA duration of
BTS3900 LTE discharging the
battery with the
current of
0.8C10 to the
moment when
the discharging
voltage is
terminated. C10
indicates the
nominal
capacity of the
battery, and
0.8C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 0.8
x nominal
capacity of the
battery. For
example, if the
battery capacity
is 100 AH,
0.8C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 80
AH.
GUI Value
Range:1~5000
Unit:0.01h
Actual Value
Range:
0.01~50.00,
step:0.01
Default Value:
30

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Command

DSCHGT9 BTS3900, MOD None None Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA duration of
BTS3900 LTE discharging the
battery with the
current of
0.9C10 to the
moment when
the discharging
voltage is
terminated. C10
indicates the
nominal
capacity of the
battery, and
0.9C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 0.9
x nominal
capacity of the
battery. For
example, if the
battery capacity
is 100 AH,
0.9C10 indicates
that the battery is
discharged with
the current of 90
AH.
GUI Value
Range:1~5000
Unit:0.01h
Actual Value
Range:
0.01~50.00,
step:0.01
Default Value:
25

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Command

ENDV BTS3900, MOD WRFD-140220 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA Battery cates the end
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA Management voltage of the
BTS3900 LTE discharging test.
GUI Value
Range:170~220
Unit:0.01V/cell
Actual Value
Range:
1.70~2.20, step:
0.01
Default Value:
190

BATNUM BTS3900, MOD WRFD-140220 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA Battery cates the
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA Management quantity of
BTS3900 LTE battery in the
battery group.
GUI Value
Range:1~50
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:1~50
Default Value:
24

DSTML BTS3900, MOD WRFD-140220 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA Battery cates the time
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA Management limit of the
BTS3900 LTE discharging test.
GUI Value
Range:1~100
Unit:h
Actual Value
Range:1~100
Default Value:
10

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Command

ATMODE BTS3900, MOD WRFD-140220 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA Battery cates the test
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA Management mode. It
BTS3900 LTE specifies
whether to use
the automatic
test and which
automatic test
mode is used.
There are four
types of test
modes:
NOAUTOTEST
(No Auto Test),
PERIOD
(Period Auto
Test),
POWERCUT
(Power Off Auto
Test), and
PERIODPOWE
RCUT (Period
and Power Off
Auto Test). No
Auto Test:
indicates that the
battery test is
launched and
controlled by the
user. Period
Auto Test:
indicates that the
battery test is
launched
automatically by
the system as
scheduled.
Power Off Auto
Test: indicates
that the battery
test is launched
automatically by
the system after
the AC power
supply is cut off.
GUI Value
Range:NOAUT

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Parameter ID NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description


Command

OTEST(No
Auto Test),
PERIOD(Period
Auto Test),
POWERCUT
(Power Off Auto
Test),
PERIODPOWE
RCUT(Period
and Power Off
Auto Test)
Unit:None
Actual Value
Range:NOAUT
OTEST,
PERIOD,
POWERCUT,
PERIODPOWE
RCUT
Default
Value:POWER
CUT(Power Off
Auto Test)

TDSTM BTS3900, MOD WRFD-140220 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA Battery cates the time
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA Management limit of the
BTS3900 LTE scheduled
discharging test.
GUI Value
Range:30~240
Unit:day
Actual Value
Range:30~240
Default Value:
120

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DDSTM BTS3900, MOD WRFD-140220 Intelligent Meaning:Indi-


BTS3900 BATCTPA Battery cates the time
WCDMA, LST BATCTPA Management limit for the
BTS3900 LTE discharging test
delay when the
power is off or
the discharging
test is launched
automatically.
The interval
between two
battery tests
must be greater
than this time
limit.
Otherwise, the
execution of the
STR BATTST
command fails.
GUI Value
Range:1~60
Unit:day
Actual Value
Range:1~60
Default Value:
14

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Power Supply Management Feature Parameter Description 10 Counter

10 Counter

There are no specific counters associated with this feature.

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11 Reference Documents

1. Base Station Cabinets and Subracks (Including the BBU Subrack) Configuration
2. DBS3900 Hardware Description
3. BTS3900 (Ver.B) Hardware Description
4. BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description
5. BTS3900 (Ver.D) Hardware Description
6. BTS3900A (Ver.B) Hardware Description
7. BTS3900A (Ver.C) Hardware Description
8. BTS3900A (Ver.D) Hardware Description
9. BTS3900AL (Ver.A) Hardware Description
10. BTS3900C WCDMA Hardware Description
11. BTS3900C (Ver.C) Hardware Description
12. 3900 Series Base Station Initial Configuration Guide
13. eNodeB Initial Configuration Guide

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