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ZXDU68 T601

DC Power System
Product Description

Version: V4.1R03M01

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Revision History

Revision No. Revision Date Revision Reason

R1.0 2011-01-20 First edition

Serial Number: SJ-20101125154934-003

Publishing Date: 2011-01-20(R1.0)


Contents
Chapter 1 Overview .................................................................................... 1-1
1.1 System Introduction............................................................................................ 1-1
1.2 System Configuration ......................................................................................... 1-1

Chapter 2 System Structure and Components........................................ 2-1


2.1 Overall System Structure .................................................................................... 2-1
2.2 AC Distribution Unit ............................................................................................ 2-2
2.3 DC Distribution Unit ............................................................................................ 2-3
2.4 Electrical Connection Terminals........................................................................... 2-4
2.5 Monitoring Unit Parts .......................................................................................... 2-6
2.6 Rectifier Parts .................................................................................................... 2-7
2.7 Slots Configuration ............................................................................................. 2-7
2.8 Dimensions and Weight ...................................................................................... 2-8

Chapter 3 Board and Signal Interface ...................................................... 3-1


3.1 Boards Location ................................................................................................. 3-1
3.2 SIB Board Interfaces .......................................................................................... 3-2
3.3 MPB Interfaces .................................................................................................. 3-3
3.4 SNMP Board...................................................................................................... 3-3

Chapter 4 Characteristics and Specifications ......................................... 4-1


4.1 System Features ................................................................................................ 4-1
4.2 Networking Description ....................................................................................... 4-1
4.3 System Technical Specifications.......................................................................... 4-2
4.3.1 Working Environment Specifications.......................................................... 4-2
4.3.2 AC Power Distribution Specifications ......................................................... 4-2
4.3.3 DC Power Distribution Specifications ......................................................... 4-2
4.3.4 ZXD2400 (V4.x) Rectifier Specifications..................................................... 4-3
4.3.5 Precision of the Monitoring Unit................................................................. 4-3
4.3.6 Other Specifications ................................................................................. 4-4
4.4 Compliant Standards .......................................................................................... 4-4

Appendix A Monitoring Software............................................................. A-1


A.1 Menu Hierarchy ................................................................................................. A-1
A.2 System Parameter List ....................................................................................... A-2
A.3 Battery Parameter List........................................................................................ A-3
A.4 Alarm List .......................................................................................................... A-4

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Appendix B Term List................................................................................ B-1
Appendix C Electrical Connection Diagram ........................................... C-1

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Chapter 1
Overview
Table of Contents
System Introduction....................................................................................................1-1
System Configuration .................................................................................................1-1

1.1 System Introduction


ZXDU68 T601 is an indoor power supply equipment. It can provide –48 V power for mobile
base stations, access network equipment, remote switch offices, transmission equipment,
ground satellite transceiver stations, and microwave communication devices. Figure 1-1
shows its appearance.
l AC input mode: three-phase, five-wire (L1/L2/L3/N/PE).
l In full configuration, the ZXDU68 T601 system is equipped with twelve ZXD2400
rectifiers, which form a DC power output of 600 A maximum.

Figure 1-1 Appearance

1.2 System Configuration


Table 1-1 describes the system configuration.

Table 1-1 System Configuration

Item Configuration

Rectifier 12*ZXD2400 V4.3 (full configuration)

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Item Configuration

Monitoring Unit 1*CSU401

AC Power Distribution

AC input l AC input mode: three-phase, five-wire (L1/L2/L3/N/PE)


l AC input breaker: 1*100 A/3P MCB

Rectifier breaker 12 MCBs

AC SPD Class C

Auxiliary AC output No

DC Power Distribution

Battery input 2*400 A fuses

DC output 6*100 A fuses + 6*200 A fuses

DC SPD Yes

Other Configurations

Low voltage disconnection (LVD) Battery low voltage disconnection (BLVD)

MPB board Optional

NPB board Optional

User detecting terminals System provides the terminals for the following detecting:
l System output voltage
l Total load current
l Total battery current

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System Structure and
Components
Table of Contents
Overall System Structure............................................................................................2-1
AC Distribution Unit ....................................................................................................2-2
DC Distribution Unit....................................................................................................2-3
Electrical Connection Terminals..................................................................................2-4
Monitoring Unit Parts..................................................................................................2-6
Rectifier Parts.............................................................................................................2-7
Slots Configuration .....................................................................................................2-7
Dimensions and Weight..............................................................................................2-8

2.1 Overall System Structure


The ZXDU68 T601 system is mainly composed of the ZXD2400 rectifiers, monitoring unit,
signal interface board (SIB), AC distribution unit, and DC distribution unit. Figure 2-1 shows
its system structure.
Table 2-1 describes the functions of the components.

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Figure 2-1 System Structure

1. DC distribution unit 3. Signal interface board (SIB) 5. AC distribution unit


2. Monitoring unit 4. ZXD2400 rectifiers

Table 2-1 ZXDU68 T601 Parts

Part Description

DC distribution unit Provides DC output and battery input

Monitoring unit Provides management of the power distribution unit (AC and DC),
rectifiers and batteries

Signal interface board Provides communication interfaces for the system


(SIB)

ZXD2400 Rectifiers Convert AC to stable DC power


(1–12)

AC distribution unit Provides AC input to the system

2.2 AC Distribution Unit


The AC distribution unit supplies the input and distribution of the AC power for the whole
system. It also supplies the surge protection and voltage detection for the AC input.

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Figure 2-2 shows the structure of the AC distribution unit. Table 2-2 describes the functions
of the components.

Figure 2-2 Power Distribution Unit

1. Rectifier breakers (1–12) 3. AC input terminal (N) 5. AC transducer


2. AC SPD 4. AC input breaker 6. PE busbar

Table 2-2 Function Description

S/N Item Description

1 Rectifier breakers (1–12) To turn on/off AC input of the rectifiers

2 AC SPD AC surge protection device, class C

3 AC input terminal (N) To connect AC input cable of wire N

4 AC input breaker l 3P MCB


l To turn on/off AC input of the whole system

5 AC transducer To detect the AC input voltage

6 PE busbar l PE cable input point for the system


l The share joint for the PE cables

2.3 DC Distribution Unit


The DC distribution unit supplies the DC output distribution and battery input. It also
supplies the terminals for the user to detect the system output voltage, the total load current
and the total battery current.

Figure 2-3 shows the structure of the DC distribution unit. Table 2-3 describes the
components.

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Figure 2-3 Power Distribution Unit

1. User detecting terminals 3. DC SPD


2. DC output fuses 4. Battery input fuses

Table 2-3 Function Description

S/N Item Description

1 User detecting terminals The terminals for the user to do the following detecting:
l System output voltage
l Total load current
l Total battery current

2 DC output fuses -48 V, connecting to the DC loads

3 DC SPD DC surge protection device

4 Battery input fuses BATT(-), connecting to the batteries

2.4 Electrical Connection Terminals


Figure 2-4 andFigure 2-5 illustrate the terminals. Table 2-4 describes the terminal
definition.

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Figure 2-4 AC Electrical Connection Terminals

1. PE busbar (PE) 3. AC input terminals


2. Neutral wire terminal (N) (L1/L2/L3)

Figure 2-5 DC Electrical Connection Terminals

1. User detecting terminals 3. DC output terminals (-48 V) 4. Battery input terminals


2. +/GND busbar (BATT(-))

Table 2-4 Electrical Connection Terminals

Item Description

AC input terminals L1, L2, L3 1*100 A/3P MCB

N 1*UIK35

PE PE busbar

DC output terminals -48 V 6*100 A fuses

6*200 A fuses

+/GND GND busbar

Battery input terminals BATT(-) 2*400 A fuses

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User detecting terminals -48 V System output voltage detecting

RL+ Total load current detecting

RL-

RB+ Total battery current detecting

RB-

2.5 Monitoring Unit Parts


The monitoring unit manages the power distribution unit, rectifiers and batteries of the
ZXDU68 T601 system.
Figure 2-6 shows the appearance and structure of the monitoring unit.

Figure 2-6 Monitoring Unit

1. LCD 4. Captive screw 7. Input/output interface


2. Indicators 5. Handle
3. Keys 6. Reset button (RST)

Refer to Table 2-5 for the details of the indicators of the monitoring unit.

Table 2-5 Indicators Description

Designation Description

PWR Power indicator

RUN Running indicator

EQU Equalized charge (boost charge) indicator

COMM Communication indicator

ALM Alarm indicator

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2.6 Rectifier Parts


In the ZXDU68 T601 system, the ZXD2400 rectifier converts AC to DC.
Figure 2-7 shows the appearance and structure of the ZXD2400 rectifier. Table 2-6
describes the indicators.

Figure 2-7 ZXD2400 Rectifier

1. Indicators 4. Stop pin 6. Air vent


2. Shutter 5. Input/output integrated
3. Handle socket

Table 2-6 Indicators

Item Description

IN Input indication

OUT Out indication

CL Current limit indication

ALM Alarm indication

2.7 Slots Configuration


The distribution of the slots of the rectifiers and monitoring unit are shown in Figure 2-8.
In full configuration, twelve ZXD2400 rectifiers and one monitoring unit can be configured.
The number of rectifiers for each phase should be basically identical in order to maintain
phase balance and favor a good radiation.

Figure 2-8 Slots Configuration

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• 1–12: ZXD2400 rectifier


slots
• CSU: monitoring unit slot

2.8 Dimensions and Weight


Weight
Table 2-7 describes the weight of the components.

Table 2-7 ZXDU68 T601 Weight

Item Specification

Cabinet Approximately 100 kg (excluding monitoring unit, rectifiers)

Monitoring unit 2.2 kg

ZXD2400 rectifier 3.8 kg/set, 12 sets (full configuration)

Dimensions
ZXDU68 T601 is a standard 19 inch cabinet with the dimension of 1600 mm × 600 mm ×
400 mm (H × W × D).
Figure 2-9 shows the dimensions.

Figure 2-9 Dimensions

• Unit: mm • A: 4*ø14 installation hole

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Board and Signal Interface
Table of Contents
Boards Location .........................................................................................................3-1
SIB Board Interfaces ..................................................................................................3-2
MPB Interfaces...........................................................................................................3-3
SNMP Board ..............................................................................................................3-3

3.1 Boards Location


Figure 3-1 shows the locations of SIB, MPB and IP boards. Note that MPB IP boards are
optional configuration.

Figure 3-1 Boards Location

1. MPB board (optional) 2. SIB board 3. IP board (optional)

The boards are described in Table 3.1 .

Table 3.1 Boards Description

S/N Board Description

1 MPB board Modem power board: Can output 12 V power to the IP board or the
(optional) SNMP board.

2 SIB board Signal interface board: Provides the interfaces of external signals.

3 IP board Realizes long-distance supervision by converting serial data into IP


(optional) packets

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3.2 SIB Board Interfaces


The Signal Interface Board (SIB) provides external communication interfaces and
monitoring unit signals interfaces. The SIB board is shown in Figure 3-2. Refer to Table
3-1 for the interfaces description.

Note:
The communication ports of the monitoring unit are X19, X20, X21 and X22. X21 and X22
are optional.
l X19 and X21 are used in RS232 communication mode. X20 and X22 (optional) are
used in RS485 communication mode.
l Use X21 when using Modem communication mode.
l X19 and X20 should not be used at the same time.
l Use X19 when downloading programs or downloading font in RS232.

Figure 3-2 SIB Board Interface

Table 3-1 SIB Board Interfaces Description

Interface Designation Interface Designation

X2 Battery 1 Temperature X14 Monitoring Unit Fault Detect

X3 Battery 2 Temperature X15 Output Relays 1, 2

X4 Battery 3 Temperature X16 Output Relays 3, 4

X5 Battery 4 Temperature X17 Output Relays 5, 6

X6 Environment Temperature X18 Output Relays 7, 8

X7 Flood Alarm X19 COM1 (RS232)

X8 Smoke Alarm X20 COM1 (RS485)

X9 Glass Broken Alarm X21 COM3 (RS232)

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Interface Designation Interface Designation

X10 Intrusion Alarm X22 COM2 (RS485)

X11 Door Magnet Alarm X23 Environment Humidity

X12 Input Relays 1, 2 X24 48V Power Input

X13 Input Relays 3, 4 - -

3.3 MPB Interfaces


The MPB ( Modem Power Board) board is as shown in Figure 3-3.

Figure 3-3 MPB Board

Refer to Table 3-2 for the MPB board interfaces description.

Table 3-2 MPB Board Interfaces Description

Interface Pin Signal Definition Signal Description


Designation No.

X1 1 48V+ +48V input terminal

2 48V- –48V input terminal

X2 1 GND Ground signal

2 +12V +12V output terminal

3.4 SNMP Board


Appearance
Figure 3-4 shows the SNMP board appearance.

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Figure 3-4 SNMP Board Appearance

• RESET: To recover to the


default IP address, press
RESET for 3 seconds.

Interface Description
Table 3-3 describes the interfaces on the SNMP board.

Table 3-3 SNMP Board Interface Description

Designation Description

+12V +12 VDC power input

RS232/RS48 RS232 and RS485 interface, to receive data from equipment at user end (It is a
5 Semi-duplex interface)

ETHERNET Adaptive 10/100M Ethernet interface

Indicator Description
Table 3-4 describes the indicators on SNMP board.

Table 3-4 SNMP Board Indicator Description

Designation Description

PWR On Internal power is normal

Off Internal power is faulty

RXD Off RS232 interface is not connected (The RXD indicator being off is not used
to indicate RS485 interface connection)

On RS232 interface is connected (The RXD indicator being on is not used to


indicate RS485 interface connection)

Flash- RS232 or RS485 interface receives data


ing

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TXD Off ZXDU68 T601 does not transmit data

Flash- ZXDU68 T601 is transmitting data


ing

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Chapter 4
Characteristics and
Specifications
Table of Contents
System Features ........................................................................................................4-1
Networking Description...............................................................................................4-1
System Technical Specifications.................................................................................4-2
Compliant Standards..................................................................................................4-4

4.1 System Features


The ZXDU68 T601 system has the following features:
l AC input mode: three-phase, five-wire (L1/L2/L3/N/PE).
l Intelligent monitoring unit.
l Hot-pluggable rectifiers with N+1 backup function.
l DC output capacity up to 600 A maximum.
l Battery low voltage disconnection (BLVD) function.
l High reliability with MTBF ≥ 2.2 × 105 h.

4.2 Networking Description


The ZXDU68 T601 system supports multiple network monitoring modes.
l The ZXDU68 T601 system provides RS232/RS485 serial port. ZXDU68 T601 can
be connected to a background PC via the serial port. The background monitoring
software installed in the PC monitors ZXDU68 T601 locally.
l The ZXDU68 T601 system with IP board (or SNMP board) can communicate with a
background PC via TCP/IP (or SNMP). The background monitoring software installed
in the PC monitors ZXDU68 T601 remotely.
l ZXDU68 T601 system can be connected to a remote PC through a transmission
channel (e.g. channel of microwave equipment and optical transmission equipment)
and auxiliary communication equipment.

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4.3 System Technical Specifications


4.3.1 Working Environment Specifications
The specifications for the environment of the equipment are described in Table 4-1.

Table 4-1 Working Environment Specifications

Item Specification

Operating temperature -5 ℃ to +45 ℃

Storage temperature -40℃ to +70℃

Relative humidity 10% to 90% (non-condensing); 40% to 60% recommended

Air pressure 70 kPa to 106 kPa

Other requirements l No conductive objective or water falling into the chassis


l No conductive dusts or corrosive gases
l No explosion hazard, no shake or jolt
l Ground slope is no more than 5°

4.3.2 AC Power Distribution Specifications


The AC power distribution part provides the following performances:

Item Specification

AC input mode Three-phase, five-wire (L1/L2/L3/N/PE)

AC input voltage l Rated voltage: 100 VAC - 240 VAC


l Range: 80 VAC - 300 VAC
(Input voltage variation affects the output power of the rectifier)

AC input frequency 50/60 Hz

AC input breaker 1*100 A/3P MCB

AC input power factor ≥ 0.99 (with full load)

AC SPD Class C, Max discharge current: 40 kA

Auxiliary AC output No

4.3.3 DC Power Distribution Specifications


The DC power distribution part provides the following performances:

Item Specification

DC output voltage l Rated output voltage: -53.5 VDC


l Range: -42 VDC to -58 VDC

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Item Specification

Rated DC output current 600 A (full configuration)

Rated DC output power 28800 W (full configuration)

Maximum DC output power 38340 W (full configuration)

DC output branches BLVD: 6*100 A + 6*200 A fuses

Battery input branches 2*400 A fuses

Source effect ≤ 0.1%

Load effect ≤ 0.5%

Regulated voltage precision ≤ 0.6%

Weighted noise voltage < 1 mV

Peak-peak noise voltage ≤ 100 mV

Broad frequency noise voltage ≤ 30 mV (3.4 kHz~150 kHz)


≤ 20 mV (0.15 MHz~30 MHz)

Discrete frequency noise voltage ≤ 5 mV (3.4 kHz~150 kHz)


≤ 3 mV (150 kHz~200 kHz)
≤ 2 mV (200 kHz~500 kHz)
≤ 1 mV (0.5 MHz~30 MHz)

DC voltage drop < 500 mV

4.3.4 ZXD2400 (V4.x) Rectifier Specifications


The ZXD2400 specifications are described in Table 4-2. For more characters, please refer
to the user manual of the ZXD2400 rectifier.

Table 4-2 ZXD2400 (V4.x) Rectifier Specifications

Item Specifications

AC input mode Single-phase three-wire (L/N/PE)

AC input voltage 80 V to 300 V


Input voltage variation affects the output power of the rectifier. For
more information please refer to the user manual of the rectifier.

DC output voltage Rated output voltage: 53.5 V, range: 42 V to 58 V

4.3.5 Precision of the Monitoring Unit


The performance precision of the Monitoring Unit is described in Table 4-3.

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Table 4-3 Precision of the Monitoring Unit

Item Specification

Precision of AC voltage ±1%

Precision of the battery current ±1%


and the output current of the sys-
tem

Precision of the battery voltage ±0.5%


and the output voltage of the sys-
tem

Temperature precision ±3 ℃

Humidity precision ±5%

4.3.6 Other Specifications


The system also provides the other performances as below:

Item Specification

Cabinet dimensions 1600 mm × 600 mm × 400 mm (H × W × D)

Cabinet weight Approximately 100 kg (excluding the rectifiers and the


monitoring unit)

ZXD2400 rectifier weight 3.8 kg/set, 12 sets (full configuration)

Monitoring unit weight 2.2 kg

Cable connection Top cabling

Installation mode Ground-mounting

Noise ≤ 55 dB(A)

Mean Time Between Failures ≥ 2.2 × 105 h


(MTBF)

Safety standard IEC 60950

EMC standard EN55022; IEC61000

Conductive disturbance and EN55022 level A


radioactive disturbance

4.4 Compliant Standards


EMC Standards
In compliance with the following electromagnetic compatibility standards:

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l EN55022
l IEC61000-3-3; IEC61000-3-2; IEC61000-4-2;IEC61000-4-3 IEC61000-4-4;
IEC61000-4-6; IEC61000-4-8; IEC61000-4-11

Safety Standards
In compliance with the safety standard: UL/IEC/EN 60950-2005

Other Standards
Also in compliance with the following standards:
l The RoHS directive (2002/95/EC) of the European Union (RoHS = Restriction of
Hazardous Substances)
l This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.

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Appendix A
Monitoring Software
Table of Contents
Ÿ Menu Hierarchy ...................................................................................................... A-1
Ÿ System Parameter List ........................................................................................... A-2
Ÿ Battery Parameter List ............................................................................................ A-3
Ÿ Alarm List ............................................................................................................... A-4

A.1 Menu Hierarchy


Each main menu has multiple submenus.
l Through the menu hierarchy (as shown in Figure A-1), users can quickly locate their
desired submenus.
l For the submenus of system parameters and battery parameters, refer to the
“Parameter Lists” section.

Figure A-1 Menu Hierarchy

Main menu functions:

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l Msg: Displaying real-time data, used to query the real-time running status of the
system.
l Alm: Displaying real-time alarms, used to query the real-time alarm information of the
system.
l Ctrl: Operation console, used to modify system parameters and control system
running.
l Rec: Displaying history records, used to query the historical running status of the
system.

Note:
When the monitoring unit is in the “screen saver” status, users can press Ent or Esc to
enter the main menu interface.

A.2 System Parameter List


The parameters of the system are described in Table A-1. To modify a system parameter,
follow the menu path:
Ctrl > 1.Setup Para > 1.Sys Para

Table A-1 System Parameter List

S/N Parameter Default Range and Description

1 Bat.1 Cap. (Ah) 300 0 ~ 9990


Rated capacity of the battery pack n
2 Bat.2 Cap. (Ah) 0
Caution: Set the four parameters according to the
3 Bat.3 Cap. (Ah) 0
system configuration. If a battery pack is not configured,
4 Bat.4 Cap. (Ah) 0 set the corresponding battery capacity to 0. Wrong
battery capacity setting will cause the monitoring unit to
fail to mange the batteries.

5 COM1 Bauds 9600 1200/2400/4800/9600


(bps) Baud rate of COM n
Caution: Set it equal to the baud rate at the other end of
6 COM2 Bauds 9600
the communication channel. Otherwise, communication
(bps)
will fail.
7 COM3 Bauds 9600
(bps)

8 Device No. 1 1 ~ 254


No. of the ZXDU68 T601 system
Caution: Device No. of the equipment monitored by one
background monitoring system must vary the equipment.
Otherwise, communication will fail.

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S/N Parameter Default Range and Description

9 Password 0000 0000 ~ 9999


Password to access Ctrl menu

10 Language English Chinese/English


Language displayed on the LCD

11 Buzz Switch On On/Off


To enable or disable the buzzer to give a sound in case
of an alarm

12 AuxSwitch Set No Yes/No


To set whether an AC auxiliary switch is configured or not

13 Auto Alarm Enable Enable/Disable


To enable/disable the monitoring unit of ZXDU68 T601
to report a major alarm automatically to the background
monitoring system

14 SMR Pulled Alm Enable Enable/Disable


To enable/disable an alarm with an SMR (rectifier) pulled
out

15 Number of REB 0 0/1


To set the number of rectifier expansion boards (REBs)

16 Current Date – 1970-01-01 ~ 2099-12-31


Set it to local date

17 Current Time – 00:00:00 ~ 23:59:59


Set it to local time

A.3 Battery Parameter List


The parameters involving the batteries are described in Table A-2. To modify a battery
parameter, follow the menu path:
Ctrl > 1.Setup Para > 2.Bat Para

Table A-2 Battery Parameter List

S/N Parameter Default Range and Description

1 Work Mode Save Safe Mode/Save Mode/Free Mode


Mode System operation mode

2 Float Vol. (V) 53.5 42.0 ~ 58.0


System output voltage in floating charge mode
l Float Vol. ≤ Equal Vol.
l Float Vol. ≥ BatVol Min. + 1 V

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S/N Parameter Default Range and Description

3 Equal Vol. (V) 56.4 42.0 ~ 58.0


System output voltage in boost charge (equalized charge)
mode
Equal Vol. ≥ Float Vol.

4 Test Vol. (V) 46 42.0 ~ 48.0


In a battery test, when the battery voltage decreases to
Test Vol., the test is terminated. It means that the system
stops discharging the batteries.
Test Vol. ≥ 1–Shut Vol. +1

5 Cur. Limited (C) 0.125 0.010 ~ 0.400


Maximum charge current = Cur. Limited × Battery
capacity

6 Equal Func. Enable Enable/Disable


To enable/disable the boost charge (equalized charge)
function

7 Equal Period 90 15 ~ 365


(Day) Boost charge (equalized charge) period

8 BatVol Min. (V) 47.0 39.0 ~ 52.0


Battery under-voltage threshold
l BatVol Min. ≤ Float Vol. – 1
l BatVol Min. ≥ 1-Shut Vol. + 1

9 1-Shut Vol. (V) 45.0 The customized system has no LLVD1 function, so 1-Shut
Vol. does not take effect.

10 2-Shut Vol. (V) 44.0 38.0 ~ 49.0


2–Shut Vol. ≤ 1-Shut Vol.
Threshold to disconnect all the batteries.

11 Auto Test Disable Enable/Disable


To enable/disable automatic battery test

12 Test Period (Day) 30 15 ~ 365


Battery test period

13 Test StartTime 10:00 00:00 ~ 23:00


Battery test starting time

A.4 Alarm List


The details of each alarm are described in Table A-3.

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Table A-3 Alarms and their default output relays

S/N Alarm Type Default Relay Description


Level

1 Total Alarm Ignore A1 An alarm occurs.

2 AC Aux SW Off Minor alarm A2 The AC auxiliary switch is OFF.

3 AC Main SW Major alarm A2 The AC input air switch is OFF.


Off

4 AC Power Off Major alarm A2 The mains supply is cut off and there is no standby
AC input available.

5 ACArrester Minor alarm A2 The surge arrester is faulty.


Brk.

6 AC Under-Vol Minor alarm A2 The AC input voltage is lower than AC Vol.Min.

7 AC Over-Vol Minor alarm A2 The AC input voltage is higher than AC Vol.Max.

8 AC Phase Lost Minor alarm A2 AC input phase lost.

9 AC Current Minor alarm A2 The AC input current is higher than the preset
Over maximum AC current.

10 SMR Alarm Minor alarm A3 A rectifier is faulty. If one rectifier is faulty, it is a


minor alarm; if two or over two rectifiers are faulty at
the same time, it is a major alarm.

11 SMR Abnormal Minor alarm A3 The rectifier is turned on but has no output.

12 REB Comm Major alarm 0 The communication of REB is faulty.


Break

13 DC Under-Vol Minor alarm A4 The DC output voltage is lower than DC Vol.Min.

14 DC Over-Vol Minor alarm A4 The DC output voltage is higher than DC Vol.Max.

15 DC Loop Break Minor alarm A6 No. n DC output branch is faulty.

16 Bat Loop Break Minor alarm A6 A battery loop (or air switch) is faulty.

17 Bat Under-Vol Major alarm A4 The battery voltage is lower than BatVol Min.

18 Bat Over-Temp Minor alarm A4 The temperature of battery n is higher than Bat.
Temp.Max.

19 1st Shut-down Major alarm A5 When the battery voltage is lower than 1-Shut Vol.,
the less-important loads are shut down.

20 2nd Shut-down Major alarm A5 When the battery voltage is lower than 2-Shut Vol.,
all the loads are shut down.

21 DCArrester Minor alarm A2 The DC arrester is faulty.


Brk.

22 LLVDBreaker Major alarm 0 The LLVD breaker is faulty.


Alm

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S/N Alarm Type Default Relay Description


Level

23 Battery Fault Major alarm 0 The battery cannot supply power online.

24 Bat Under- Minor alarm 0 The temperature of group N battery is less than Bat
Temp Under-Temp.

25 Bat.Temp.Void Minor alarm 0 The system is configured with batteries, but battery
temperature sensor is not properly connected.

26 Bat.Discharge Minor alarm 0 Battery discharge current is higher than


Bat.Discharge.

27 Env Under- Minor alarm A7 Environment temperature is lower than


Temp Env.Temp.Min.

28 Env Over- Minor alarm A7 The environment temperature is higher than


Temp Env.Temp.Max.

29 Env Under- Minor alarm A7 The environment humidity is lower than


Hum Env.Hum.Min.

30 Env Over-Hum Minor alarm A7 The environment humidity is higher than


Env.Hum.Max.

31 Smoke Alarm Minor alarm A7 The sensor detects the smoke.

32 Flood Alarm Minor alarm A7 The sensor detects the entrance of water.

33 Intrusion Alarm Minor alarm A7 The sensor detects the intrusion of something.

34 Door Magnet Minor alarm A7 The door with door magnet switch is opened.
Alm

35 Glass Broken Minor alarm A7 The sensor detects broken glasses.

36 Env.Temp.Void Ignore A7 No valid battery temperature sensor is configured.

37 Start GEN Ignore A8 The generator has been started.

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Appendix B
Term List
Refer to Table B-1 for the details of acronyms that are used in this manual.

Table B-1 Term List

Abbreviation Full Name

AC Alternating Current

ACMU AC Monitoring Unit

ALM Alarm

BLVD Battery Low Voltage Disconnect

CL Current Limit

CSU Centralized Supervision Unit

DC Direct Current

EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility

LCD Liquid Crystal Display

LED Light Emitting Diode

LLVD Load Low Voltage Disconnect

LVD Low Voltage Disconnect

MCB Miniature Circuit Breaker

MCCB Moulded Case Circuit Breaker

MODEM Modulator-Demodulator

NC Normally Closed

NO Normally Open

PE Protection Earth

PFC Power Factor Correction

PWR Power

RLY Relay

SIB Signal Interface Board

SMR Switching Mode Rectifier

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Appendix C
Electrical Connection
Diagram
Figure C-1 shows the electrical connection diagram of the ZXDU68 T601 (V4.1R03M01)
DC power system.

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Figure C-1 ZXDU68 T601 (V4.1R03M01) Electrical Connection Diagram

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