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Jabil RMS SAM2RMS PRODUCT

MANAUL
Table of contents

1. Documentation Information ................................................................................................................................................... 3


2. LIST OF ACRONYMS ........................................................................................................................................................... 4
3. SAM2 RMS03 - Typical Network System Diagram ................................................................................................................ 5
3.1 Grid Connected......................................................................................................................................................................... 5
3.2 Non Grid Connected ................................................................................................................................................................. 5
3.3 Typical Site layout 3D Schematic .............................................................................................................................................. 6
3. General .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
5.1 User LCD Display ................................................................................................................................................................... 10
5.2 SAM2 RMS03 – Alarm I/O ...................................................................................................................................................... 14
5.2.1 Flex Enclosure and Hybrid Energy (ES) ...................................................................................................................... 14
Hybrid Energy Rectifier LVD Alarm connection .................................................................................................................... 15
Gen Run / Gen Fault ........................................................................................................................................................... 15
Fuel Tank Lid ...................................................................................................................................................................... 17
5.2.2 IPT Simplified and Delta ............................................................................................................................................. 18
5.2.3 IPT 12KW ................................................................................................................................................................... 20
5.3 Sensor Connections ................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Humidity Probe .................................................................................................................................................................. 21
Smoke Sensor ..................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Indoor Shelter Layout and Connections ............................................................................................................................... 23
Air-conditioner connections zoomed .................................................................................................................................... 24
6. General DC Power connections .......................................................................................................................................... 26
6.1 Digital DC Probes .......................................................................................................................................................... 27
6.2 AC Monitor EMU .......................................................................................................................................................... 31
7. Gate lock Access and Camera ............................................................................................................................................ 34
Gate Lock ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 34
Camera......................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
8. ECS2 – Communications Controller .................................................................................................................................... 36
9. Configuration....................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Preparation ................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
SAM2_ECS .................................................................................................................................................................................. 37
Communication ................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Access Control .................................................................................................................................................................. 38
SAM2RMS ECT .................................................................................................................................................................. 38
Camera Config ................................................................................................................................................................... 44
10 Alarm List .................................................................................................................................................................................... 47
RMS – User Application on Site .................................................................................................................................................... 47
Digital Alarm reading ........................................................................................................................................................... 47
Analog Reading ............................................................................................................................................................................ 48
3rd Party interface using RMS as pass through ............................................................................................................................. 48

SAM2 Product Manaul


1. Documentation Information

Document ID Jabil (Inala)-RMS-PM


Document Owner Jabil (Inala) Technologies (Pty) Ltd
Issue Date 20 October 2015
File Name Jabil (Inala)
Complied by Chris Duvenage (Jabil) – Commission Engineer II

Table - Revision Status lists the latest version and date for the various sections of the specification.
Versions 0.X are pre–release draft versions.
Versions 1.X to X.X are post release versions.
The number to the left of the decimal in the version number indicates the major version number. The number to the
right of the decimal in the version number indicates the minor version number.
The major version number will change for the following reasons:

• Information added to document.


• Information removed from document.
• Rearrangement of sections in the document.
• Revisions to the scope or purpose of the document.

The minor version number will change for the following reasons:

• Spelling corrections.
• Page layout or formatting corrections.
• Minor changes that do not affect the scope or purpose of the document.

Version Date Description
Draft 1.0 20 October 2015  Initial draft
1.1 27 September 2016  Jabil Inala Logo updated
 Flex-enclosure connections / configuration updated
 Hybrid Energy connections / configuration updated
 12KW IPT connection added
 17KW IPT connection added
 Indoor shelter connections / configuration added
 Trouble shooting module added
2. LIST OF ACRONYMS

AC Alternative Current NOC Network Operating Centre

BOQ Bill OF Quantity PAC Partial Acceptance Certificate

DC Direct Current POE Power Over Ethernet

DOD Depth of Discharge PSV Power Supply Vendor

DPP Digital Power Probe RMS Remote Management System

Equipment Communication
ECS RTH Room Temperature Humidity
System

EMU Equipment Monitoring Unit SIM Subscriber Identification Module

ESM Engineering Support Manager SOC State of Charge

FAC Final Acceptance Certificate SOW Scope Of Work

Transmission Control Protocol / Internet


LAN Local Area Network TCP/IP
Protocol

ACS Aircon Control Switch CTL Mother Board Main Controller

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3. SAM2 RMS03 - Typical Network System Diagram
3.1 Grid Connected

3.2 Non Grid Connected


3.3 Typical Site layout 3D Schematic

3. General

A telecommunications service provider’s wealth is directly proportional to the effectiveness of his network. SAM2
RMS03 is a highly cost-effective cellular remote BTS monitoring system and hybrid controller designed to assist the
customer to maximize revenue from his network assets.
Near real-time alarm events and statistical data on power distribution will help the customer to rectify malfunctions
before they become service-affecting and alarm status reporting will allow the customer to respond to emergencies as
they occur.
The SAM2 RMS03 is designed with the emphasis on assisting the technician on site by reducing the amount of time
spent when commissioning or maintaining the site.
The system is also highly expandable and user friendly, making provision for advanced features that include:
Near Real time remote management through GSM (GPRS/SMS)
» Dual GSM redundancy, with primary and secondary link fall back selection including GPRS/SMS fall back.
» Generator monitoring and control.
» Generator bulk fuel tank capacity monitoring/fuel consumption.
» Generator bulk fuel tank residual water monitoring.
» Commercial utility power management.
» Shared site DC power management.
» Shared site AC power management.
» Single or multiple Battery Bank DoD and SoC management during Hybrid charge/discharge cycling
(voltage/current/Ah).
» Battery cell voltage monitoring during Hybrid charge/discharge cycling.
» Monitoring of shelter temperature and humidity.
» Monitoring and control of air conditioning units.
» Intelligent control/management of air conditioners in conjunction with free cooling operation, in general or during
Hybrid battery discharge cycle.
» Monitoring of Tower Navigation Lights (both AC or DC)
» Monitoring of various sensors, such as intruder, movement, flood, smoke etc.
» Important operating parameters (configuration data) / variables can be modified remotely.
» Remote firmware upgrading
» On-line FIFO alarm log and daily value statistical registers.

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» Management platform multi user password protection prevents unauthorized log-on, though secure user groups.
» Remote management via web interface.

Bill of Material (BOM)

Item Description Product Code Qty


1a Site Supervision Main Controller Requirements - Indoor Rack
Mount Shelf
a) Main Control Unit - New Design Includes CTU & Surge SAM2CTL04 1
Protection
New Indoor Rack SAM2RMS00S 1

d) Antennae cable 1.5m LP901 1

2 Data Transportation (Tx/Rx) System Requirements


a) Communications Controller - 3G/2G/GPRS/GSM - Dual SIM ECS2LISOV4 1

3 General Alarm Management


a) Optical Smoke Detector for Shelter - S6301 00SM0D0215D00 1
Smoke Detector Base 00SM0B0215D00 1
b) Movement Sensor - Indoor 00M0V00215D00 1
19” Power Cabinet Mounting DIN Rail SAM2DINRAILEQU 0

4 Generator Control and Management


a) Door Limit Switches / Perimeter Gate Sensors MC26 1

5 Fuel Management
a) Fuel Tank Lid Switch and Bracket (6m cable) SAM2SEP FTLS&B 1

6 DC Load Monitor
a) Digital DC Current & Voltage Probe (0-150Amp/0-60V) - Split SAM2CP150S 3
Core with ISOLATED Voltage Monitoring _SPLITDIG
b) Digital DC Current & Voltage Probe (0-400Amp/0-60V) - Split SAM2CP400S 1
Core with ISOLATED Voltage Monitoring _SPLITDIG

7 Shelter Equipment Cabinet Environmental Management


a) Humidity & Room Temperature Sensor SAM2HUM02 SI SAM2HUM02 1

8 Perimeter Gate Access Control


a) Fail Safe Pin Lock and Bracket Set with access control SAM2LCK00AC 1
b) Shelter Entry Proximity Reader CS1100 1
c) Access Tag - Credit Card Type or Plastic TAG CS7100 2
d) Cabling Wiring Harness Included in Wiring 0
Kit

11 Video Surveillance
a) Outdoor IP66 IR, IP day/night IPV5403AQDN 1
b) 16GB Micro SD Card - IP Camera SDC4/16GB 1

12 Wiring Kit DC Cable KIT IHS Nigeria Africa SAM2 DCKIT 1_ 1


IHS_NG

Meters
4 Pair Cables (CAT 5) UV Protected 35
2 Pair Telecom Cable 10
Power Cable (twin flex 1.5mm Square red/black) 2
Heatshrink sleeving transparent 2 Pair Size 1
Heatshrink Sleeving Transparent 4 Pair size 1
RJ45 Connectors (no Boot) 24

IHS Nigeria - Standard Config AC BOQ 1200

Ite Description Product Code Qty


m

1 AC Mains Load Monitor


a) AC Mains Load Meter - 3x Voltage, 6x Current Inputs EMU SAM2EMU02 REV 1
5
b) CT Harness 3x12.6mm CT, 0.5m long cables - Solid Core (100A) SAM2EMUCT100S 2
C

2 Shelter Equipment Cabinet Environmental Management


a) Air conditioner Switch Unit (New Type) SAM2ACS04 1
Phoenix 8 Way Pluggable connector SAM2CT023 1
b) 32A3P220V PLUG CEE-FORM P0WERMITE 2
A0138
c) 32A3P220V BUILTIN OUTLET CEE-FORM P0WERMITE 2
A0305
f) Temperature Sensor - Solid State Electronic Type +/-0.5 Degree C SAM2TS1W0 2
(8m)

3 Wiring Kit - AC Cable Kit IHS Nigeria SAM2 ACKIT 1_ 1


IHS_NG
EXTRA

KRONE Blocks 1
Bracket for KRONE block 1 1
4 Pair Cables (CAT 5) UV Protected 30
2 Pair Telecom Cable 20

Main Controller embedded ECS Aircon Controller Temperature Smoke Sensor


+ CTL probes + Humidity
Sensor

Tank Lid Sensor Door Switch Movement Sensor Gate Lock + Card
Reader

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Camera Cable Kit + Krono DPP EMU
Block + RJ45

Component Layers

The SAM2RMS consist out of 3 main layers


Management Platform (Covered in ESM Product manual) – (End User GUI)
ECS2 – Equipment Communications Systems , transmitting the collected site data to the Server – NOC
(Communication Medium)
CTL04 – Maincontroller unit to which all monitoring sensors connect to (Foundation)

LC
D

EC
S2

CTL04

Communication
Ports

Alarm
Connections

Top View
5.1 User LCD Display

LCD alphanumeric display:


Default display
Time (24 hour) and the active alarm count (number of active alarms at point in time)
Menu Structure:
LCD display consists of the following main menus:
1. Alarm Status
2. Environmental
3. Electrical
4. Generators
5. Diagnostic
To enter any main menus from the default display, press the down arrow key. Use the left and right arrow keys to scroll
to the relevant menu to be viewed.
Once found press the down arrow key to enter the sub menus pertaining to the main menu.
Any action to be performed, such as clearing of history alarms, would require pressing the center key (enter).
To return from a submenu to the main menus, press the up arrow key.

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Alternatively the LCD could be left in the submenu for a timeout period of five minutes, before it automatically returns to
the default display.
Alarm Status:
» View Alarms
» Reset Alarms
Environmental:
Temperatures
» Humidity
» Aircon Stats
» Swap Aircons
» Reset Aircons
The Temperatures sub menu indicates the current temperature of aircon 1 vent, aircon 2 vent, aircon 3 vent, aircon 4
vent. Using the right or left arrow keys indicates the current temperature of shelter (room) versus outside
The Humidity sub menu indicates the current relative humidity reading.
The Aircon Stats sub menu indicates the total operational run time of the selected air conditioner unit in hours. Use the
left or right arrow keys to select between air conditioner units.
The Swap Aircons sub menu enables the user to perform a manual swap between the active running air conditioner
and the inactive air conditioner. By pressing the enter key, the air conditioners would be swapped over. Note however
that the air conditioners will not swap over immediately, due to the pre-programmed startup delay period. This period is
normally set to 3 minutes as default.
The Reset Aircon sub menu enables the user to reset the air conditioning control switch. By pressing and holding the
enter key the aircon settings would be restored to default.
Electrical:
» Battery Info
» Energy Meter1-4
» Hybrid
» Mains Frequency
The Battery Info sub menu indicates the total DC battery supply voltage, battery DC charge current or battery DC
discharge current.
Use the left and right arrow keys to scroll between battery voltage or current readings.
The Energy Meter1-4 sub menu indicates the available AC mains credit reading in KwH, total AC mains KwH usage to
date, AC mains voltage per phase, AC mains current per phase and AC mains power (watts) per phase. Use the left
and right arrow keys to scroll between different meters (up to four meters in total).
The Hybrid sub menu indicates the Hybrid mode activation period, the inhibit reasons, the suspend reasons and the
failed reasons, should Hybrid mode not activate. Use the left and right arrow keys to scroll between the different
menus.
The Mains Frequency sub menu indicates the AC mains frequency.
Generators:
» Fuel Level
» Generator Battery
» Run Times
The Fuel Level sub menu indicates the current fuel reading (liters) of the tank being monitored by the fuel sensor. Use
the left and right arrow keys to select between tanks, if more than one tank monitored.
The Generator Battery sub menu indicates the generator 12V battery voltage level. Use the left and right arrow keys to
select between generators, if more than one battery monitored.
The Run Times sub menu indicates the total run time of both generators, as well as the last service interval of both
generators. The left and right arrow keys are used to scroll between the different menus.
Diagnostics:
» View Inputs
» Test Peripherals
» Test BTS Alarms
» Test GSM Modem
The View Inputs sub menu indicates all alarm inputs, current state and input description. Use the left and right arrow
keys to select between different alarm inputs.
The Test Peripheral sub menu allows the user to select a specific alarm input number plus the ability to activate or
deactivate the selected input. Use the enter button to change alarm state. (This sub menu places the SAM2 RMS03
controller in a test mode – press the up arrow key to exit test or alternatively the LCD could be left in the submenu for a
timeout period of five minutes, before it automatically returns to the default display, thereby cancelling any tests).
The Test BTS Alarms sub menu allows the user to select a specific RBS alarm output number plus the ability to
activate or deactivate the selected output. Use the enter button to change alarm state. (This sub menu places the
SAM2 RMS03 controller in a test mode – press the up arrow key to exit test or alternatively the LCD could be left in the

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submenu for a timeout period of five minutes, before it automatically returns to the default display, thereby cancelling
any tests).
Test GSM Modem sub menu:
» Signal
» Message Format
» Last SMS Received
» Last SMS Sent
» ESM Server Test
» Reset Modem
The Signal sub menu indicates the network signal strength and modem operation
The Message Format sub menu indicates the GSM coding standard – Text or PDU
The Last SMS Received sub menu indicates the last successful SMS message received by the SAM2 RMS03
controller
The Last SMS Sent sub menu indicates the last successful SMS message sent by the SAM2 RMS03 controller
The ESM Server Test sub menu executes a SMS test to the management server. By pressing the enter key the test
SMS is sent.
Should the server respond, a “working” response should be received? Should the server not respond, a “failed”
response should be received?
The Reset Modem sub menu executes a software reset to the SAM2 RMS03 on-board modem. The modem is reset by
pressing the enter key

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5.2 SAM2 RMS03 – Alarm I/O

The alarm connections section will be divided in 3 segments


Flex Enclosure (eSite)
Hybrid Energy (ES)
Simplified and Delta (IPT)

5.2.1 Flex Enclosure and Hybrid Energy (ES)

The RJ45 color convention is based on the standard, over the counter LAN
Only Available on Flex-enclosure
RJ45
ECT Cable Connection
Description Jack Cable Pair Sensor
# no eSite
#
Pin
Brown K009 - 11
8
9 Rec System Fail
Pin
Brown/White K009 - 12
7
Pin
Green K010 - 11
6
10 Rectifier Module Fail
Pin
Blue/White K010 - 12
5 Dry
1B W29
Pin Contacts
Blue K011 - 11
4
11 Rectifier Prioritized LVD
Pin
Green/White K011 - 12
3
Pin
Orange K012 - 11
Rectifier Non Prioritized 2
12
LVD # Pin Orange /
K012 - 12
1 White
Pin
Brown K007 - 11
8
13 Cabinet Door Alarm 1T
Pin
Brown/White K007 - 12
7
W30
Pin
Green K008 - 11
Battery Cabinet Door 6
14
Alarm Pin
Blue/White K008 - 12
5
17 SAM2 Housing Tamper NC
Pin
Brown K013 - 11
8 Dry
28 Surge protection 3B W28
Pin Contacts
Brown/White K013 - 12
7

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Pin
Orange K014 - 11
6
31 DG Modbus Comms Fail
Pin
Orange/White K014 - 12
5
41 Smoke Alarm NC Brown Smoke Pin 3
42 Smoke Detector 6T W22 Brown/White Sensor Pin 5
Pin
Humidity/Temperature Brown Humidity S1
8
62 6B
Pin
Sensor W21 Brown/White Sensor GND
7

7 Relay alarms labelled from K007 to K014


K007 – Relay 1 – Front Door
K008 – Relay 2 – Back Door
K009 – Relay 3 – Rectifier System Fail
K010 – Relay 4 – Rectifier Module Fail
K011 – Relay 5 – Rectifier LVD Priority
K012 – Relay 6 – Rectifier LVD Non Priority
K013 – Relay 7 – Surge Protection
K014 – Relay 8 – DG Modbus Communication

Hybrid Energy Rectifier LVD Alarm connection


RMS RJ45 Colour Code Mantrac
Cable No Connection type Alarm Description
RJ45 position
1B Blue C90 LVD disconnect
G04 Dry Contacts Green /
5 Ground
White

C90 5

Gen Run / Gen Fault


Route 3 x UV protective CAT5 cables between RMS unit located inside eSite, ensure that the cables are properly labelled

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RJ45
ECT Cable
Description Jack Pin Cable Pair Sensor Mantrac
# Label
#

Pin 6 Green Generator 1 304


1 Generator 1
Fault
Pin 5 Blue/White AMF Panel 302
G01
Generator 1 Pin 8 Brown Generator 1 305
3 Run 5B
Pin 7 Brown/White AMF Panel 302

Utility/Grid AC Pin 4 Blue NC


8 EMU
Fail
Pin 3 Green/White GND

The connections inside the Mantrac Generator is done by push connectors ensure that the connection is firmly done with pin
lugs.
Generator Remote Start

ECT RJ45
Description Pin Cable Pair Mantrac
# Jack #

COM Pin 8 Brown 1

NC Pin 7 Brown/White

NO Pin 6 Green 314

COM Pin 5 Blue/White


Pin 4
NC Blue
8T Pin 3
NO Green / White

COM Pin 2 Orange 1

NC/NO Pin 1 Orange/White 315

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301

LOOP

Fuel Tank Lid

Cable
ECT # Description RJ45 Jack # Pair label Pin Cable Pair Sensor Mantrac

2 Generator 1 Door 4T – Pair 3 Pair Pin 6 Green Generator NO


4 Fuel Tank Lid 4T – Pair 4 3 Pin 5 Blue/White Canopy COM
Pair Pin 8 Brown Fuel NO
4 Pin 7 Brown/White Management COM
System
G03
Pin 4 Blue Generator 1 1
Generator 1
Pair Pin 3 Green/White Battery 5
71 Battery 4T – Pair 2
2 Charger
Voltage

RJ45 CABLE
ECT# DESCRIPTION PIN CABLE PAIR MANTRAC
JACK # LABEL

Generator 1 Pin 4 Blue B03


26 2T
Start Fail Pin 3 Green/White 5

G05

Pin 1 Orange B07


27 Oil Pressure 2T
Pin 2 Orange/White 5

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5.2.2 IPT Simplified and Delta
The following section covers the connection on the IPT power equipment

IPT Power Cabinet Trion Controller Generator Sensor


Alarm Description Pin Number Pin Number Cable Color
Remote Start 23 16 Brown
24 17 Green
Generator Running 25 28 Blue
26 29 Blue / White
Common Alarm 27 30 Orange
28 31 Orange / White
Stop Manual 29 32 Back Green
30 32 Front Green / White
SPD 31 33 Back Brown
32 33 Front Brown / White
Canopy Door Switch 33 34 Back Grey Grey
34 34 Front Grey / White Black
Supply 12Vdc 35 23 (Positive battery) Blue
36 24 (Negative battery) Blue / Red
Return 12Vdc – Fuel 37 35 Back Orange Red
Probe 38 35 Front Orange / Red White
Data – Fuel Probe 39 36 Back Green Blue
40 36 Front Green / Red Yellow
Tank Lid 41 37 Back Brown Blue
42 37 Front Brown / Red Black

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5.2.3 IPT 12KW
This sections covers the 12KW on site retrofit installation for 12KW conventional sites
Site Layout

RJ45 RJ45 Sensor


Colour code Sensor
No Pin connection

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7 White/Brown 3
1T Battery Door
8 Brown 4

5 White/Blue 5
1T Cabinet Doors
6 Green 6

7 White/Brown Black
4T Tank lid switch
8 Brown Blue

5 White/Blue Com
4T Gen Doors
6 Green Alarm

3 White/Green Gen Batt (-V) GND


4T
Voltage
4 Blue (+12V)

7 White/Brown 22
5B Gen Run
8 Brown 23

5 White/Blue 20
5B Gen Fault
6 Green 21

3 White/Green EMU com


5B PHCN fail
4 Blue EMU Alarm

6 Green Batt Neg


8T Remote start
8 Brown Rmte cntl

5.3 Sensor Connections


This section covers the connections of the sensors which is uniformed for all power vendors, Flex, Hybrid and IPT
Humidity Probe

Note:
» Should the RTH sensor not be functional, due to a faulty cable or sensor, the SAM2 RMS03 system will indicate a Humidity
Sensor alarm.
» During a humidity sensor failure, as mentioned above, the SAM2 RMS03 assumes a high temperature condition
(failsafe)

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Communications: 1-wire protocol
(Single data lead and ground
return)
Humidity: • 8-bit resolution (0.6% RH) or
• 12-bit resolution (0.4% RH)

Temperature: • 8-bit resolution (0.5° C) or


• 11-bit resolution (0.0625° C)

Operating range: -40 to 124° , o to 100% RH

Aircon Temperature
» AC1 Temperature Sensor (Indoor Sites Only)
» AC2 Temperature Sensor (Indoor Sites Only)
» AC3 Shelter Temperature Sensor
Humidity / Room Temperature sensor connects from RJ45 jack 6 bottom (6B)
- Brown pin (8) on RJ45
- Brown / White pin (7) on RJ45
Aircon and shelter temperature connects from RJ45 jack 7 top (7T) using pair 1
- Orange pin (2) on RJ45
- Orange / White pin (1) on RJ45
Note: A/C temperature sensors and shelter temperature sensor will be daisy chained from one to the other.

ECT # Description RJ45 Jack # Pair Pin Cable Pair Sensor

A/C & Shelter Pair Pin 2 Orange Thermostatic Temp


Temperature 7T - Pair 4 Pin 1 Orange/White
4 Sensor

The A/C1-4 temperature sensors are used to monitor the air conditioner vent temperature of each air conditioner unit
respectively. The monitored vent temperatures are used to perform the following functions:
» Measure cooling capacity of active air conditioner unit
» Indicate a cooling fault based upon pre-defined operational period, versus measured temperature.
Air Conditioner Vent Temperature Sensor:
» The air conditioner vent temperature sensor is placed in the air conditioner vent section (portion where the cold air
blows out). Ensure it is adequately secured.
Smoke Sensor
Smoke Sensor connections: from I/O RJ45 ports back on Inala RMS Controller, connection 6 top is addressed to the smoke
sensor using Brown / Brown White Pair (7/8), connect to smoke detector across position 3 (Brown ) and 5 (Brown / white)

ECT # Description RJ45 Jack # Pin Cable Pair Sensor


41 Smoke Alarm NC 8 Brown Smoke Pin 3
Sensor
42 Smoke Detector 6T – Pair 4 7 Brown/White Pin 5

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Indoor Shelter Layout and Connections

1. Aircon Controller / 12Vdc Relay switch


2. Movement Sensor
3. Shelter Door switch
4. Shelter Temperature sensor
5. Aircon Temperature sensor

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Cable routing and connection
Technician to run 3 x CAT5 LAN cables from RMS Unit to Indoor Shelter Krono Block
1A
7B 1B

2A Option 1
2B
3A

7T 3B

4A Option 2

4B
5A

5B

6A

6B
3T
7A

7B
3B
8A

8B

9A

9B

10A
10B

NOTE: CAT5 LAN Cable 3 splits at the RMS unit whereby cable colour Blue / White and Green will connect to pin 3 and 4 on
the RJ45 on 3B, standard cable would have been Green / White and Blue
Air-conditioner connections zoomed
 Using the ACS to switch binary input to Aircon (DC)
 Using the ACS to switch AC power through to the Aircon (AC)
 Using the 12V relay to switch binary input to Aircon (DC)

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Aircon DC (via ACS)
The following diagram illustrates the connection method using the ACS to switch Aircon DC

AC Aircon conventional sites


Using the Aircon Controller to switch the incoming power AC on conventional sites the following connection diagram
should be followed. The ACS would intelligently control the activation and de-activation of single or multiple air conditioner
units, based upon the monitored shelter temperatures. (Up to four air conditioner units could be controlled)
Should the mains supply voltage drop below a pre-defined threshold (220Vac-15% = 187Vac), the ACS would cut the mains
supply voltage to the air conditioners as a protective measure, with an associated alarm indication.
The Air Conditioner Control Switch could be used to drive any of the following air conditioning types:
» Single phase (1-port) unit for driving a single air conditioning unit up to 24 000 BTU
» Single phase (2-port) unit for driving 2 independent air conditioning units up to 24 000 BTU
» Single phase (3-port) unit for driving 3 independent air conditioning units up to 24 000 BTU
» Three phase (2-port) unit for driving up to 2 independent air conditioning units of up to 50 000 BTU (bigger switching
capacity rated ACS units available subject to switching contactors used)

AC DB BOX

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The following connections needs to be done on the air conditioner control switch:
A – ACS control cable from SAM2 RMS03 controller.
B – Mains Input (Live and Neutral) connection for AC1.
C – Mains Input (Live and Neutral) connection for AC2.
D – Mains Input (Earth) connection for AC1.
E – Mains Input (Earth) connection for AC2.
F – Mains control output for AC1 via industrial 3-pin socket.
G – Mains control output for AC2 via industrial 3-pin socket.
(AC1 is located on the left side and AC2 is located on the right side)
Note:
» AC1 is activated by default (failsafe), should the ACS control cable from the SAM2 RMS03 be unplugged or the
DC supply voltage to the SAM2 RMS03 switched off.
» A single ACS cable is used to control up to three air condition units in a normal cyclic or piggy back application.
• Cyclic – each air conditioner runs for the pre-defined configurable time period before swapping to the standby
unit. (during a configurable high temperature setting, two air conditioners run simultaneously)
• Piggy Back – air conditioner one and two cycle according to pre-defined configurable time period however air
conditioner three runs permanently. (during a configurable high temperature setting, all three air conditioners
run simultaneously)
» A special dual ACS t-cable is used to control up to four air condition units making use of two Air Conditioner
Control Switch units in a normal cyclic or co-location application.
Cyclic – each air conditioner runs for the pre-defined configurable time period before swapping to the next, always two
at a time. (During a configurable high temperature set point, all four air conditioners run simultaneously) Co-location - The air
conditioner units are cycled
DC Aircon via 12V relay
The following section illustrates the logical switching of the DC Aircon Binary input using only a 12Vdc relay, replacing the
ACS controller completely

A
2

B
1

6. General DC Power connections

Refer to the following diagram to connect the SAM2RMS main controller to the 24/48Vdc supply from the station battery and
station ground

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Note: The SAM2RMS 24/48Vdc supply must be fed via a circuit breaker connected directly on the battery and NOT via the
LVD contactors.

6.1 Digital DC Probes

DPP 400A Electrical


Drawin
g

• DDP 1 – 400A Battery BCP (Battery Current probe) , monitoring the supply current and total load current , voltage off
the battery as well as temperature at that specific location
• DDP2 – 150A Solar 1 + 2, monitoring supply current from solar array 1 and 2, voltage, as well as temperature at the
specific location of the DDP.
• DDP3 – 150A Tenant 1, monitoring the load current of the tenant , voltage as well as temperature at the specific
location of the DDP
• DDP4 – 150A Tenant 2, monitoring the load current of the tenant, voltage as well as temperature at the specific
location of the DDP

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DDP’s are mounted with self-tapping screws into the guide holes pre-fabricated.
Important note: The DDP is orientation specific, with embedded arrow on DDP outer surface indicating the direction of
current flow. All arrows should face towards the distribution buzz bars (Priority and Non Priority) inwards. With this
orientation, DDP 1 and DDP 2 will be indicated as positive charge values on the system, and DDP 2 – DDP 3 -> will indicate
a negative value (Load)

DDP Connections: locate the 4 way connector on back of RMS unit (Green connectors) above LAN outs, starting from the
right hand side, second connector is allocated to DDP

Test Bench Assembly and procedure for DDP (DC Current probe) addressing
Flex Enclosure production will setup a test bench to cater for the following:
DDP (DC Probe) software addressing, the bench will have pre-allocated positions for CT 1 – 4
• Each CT needs to be labelled after address allocation, important note is that the CT’s are paired together and should not split
• Estimated time per unit 5min

Software
Software App Module CT description Address

Transducer Coms CT 1 – 400A BCP 11


Reader interphase
CT 2 – 150A Solar 12

CT 3 – 150A tenant 1 13

Procedure
CT 4 – 150A tenant 2 14 • Connect USB – USB B to stationed laptop PC
• Identify the com port allocated

Connect RS485 interphase cable to CT


Open SW Application > Options > Serial Comms settings, ensure the port number matches that of the USB Serial Port under
device manager > Ports (Com & LPT1)
Select Capture , and verify if the readings

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Select Capture

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Flex-enclosure

Hybrid Energy

IPT 12KW Solution

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Total CT for Hybrid and IPT the total CT in use will be DPP

Total CT for Flex the total CT in use will be Analog 150A

6.2 AC Monitor EMU


The utility grid meter is used to monitor and verify the utility AC mains grid and/or generator supply to site.
In some network deployment scenarios it might be necessary to monitor the distributed AC load current to multiple
tenant sites (AC load consumed by shared operators), thus the need for the Equipment Mains Monitoring Unit (EMU).

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The EMU module is used by connecting it to the SAM2 RMS03 controller through a serial RS485 port. Up to three EMU
modules can be connected to the SAM2 RMS03 controller via a common serial RS485 which connects to 4 way
connector J on the CTL board with the following added monitoring capabilities on a per module basis:

» 6x current inputs, via 0-50A Current


Transformers (CT’s) – Provision up to two 3-
phase tenants or six single phase tenants).
» 1x 3-phase AC Mains supply input – Tenant
distributed
mains supply voltage.
1x Alarm output – AC Mains low voltage alarm
Installation Steps:
» Connect the tenant current transformers around the particular AC load supply input to of the rectifier
» The current transformers are factory terminated on a
650mm wiring harness (CT1-3, cable harness 1
and CT46, cable harness 2). Make sure to
connect the correct cable harness to the
appropriate EMU monitoring input.
» The tenants AC Mains 3-Phase supply voltage
monitoring is an integral part of the EMU module.
The AC mains supply voltage feeding the EMU
module is constantly being monitored, with a
voltage range from 140-260Vac
» A low voltage alarm output (default 187Vac) could
optionally be wired to any of the SAM2 RMS03
controller spare inputs. The alarm threshold is
configurable using the SAM2 RMS03 craft
terminal software application
(SAM2 RMS03 ECT) and is activated if any one of the monitored phases drops below this setpoint.

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» Connect the EMU module to the SAM2 RMS03 cable termination unit +P (blue), GD (orange/white) and –N
(blue/white) +P refers to positive RS485 signal, GD to supply ground connection and –N to negative RS485 signal.
Note:
» Before powering the EMU module ensure that all wiring connections have been completed
(Serial connection to SAM2 RMS03 controller, CT sensors, mains supply voltage)

Once powered, the EMU power/communications LED should flash each time interrogated by the SAM2 RMS03
controller, indicating communications.

» Once communications are established with the SAM2 RMS03 controller, use the ECT terminal software to verify
that the CT’s indicates a load current reading (on a per tenant basis) and AC mains supply within range.

» Fault finding:
• Should no load current values be displayed, refer to CT sensor cable harness connections.
• Confirm AC mains voltage on all phases.
• If no communications established with SAM2 RMS03 controller confirm serial connection cable wired polarities

Method of operation
The RMS unit will force the generator panel into auto mode via the reset command which will active 2 seconds before the start
pulse, the RMS unit is switching 12Vdc through to power on the relays 2K1 and 2K2 which will switch the panel to auto mode
and initiate a start solenoid to engage.
In order for the relays 2K1 and 2K2 to activate, a ground connection must be connected to the relay coil, therefore loop a wire
from –Ve to terminal position 301.
During Automode the RMS has complete control over the generator and no external signals will be able to change it out of this
mode Ensure that the generator start pulse is set to 120 seconds (2min), which will also result in the generator cool down
period being 120 seconds (2min)

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7. Gate lock Access and Camera

Gate Lock
Features Description
Lock Type Sliding Alarm with integrated RFID Tag Access Control system and
integrated tag reader
Lock Operation Deadbolt Latch
Locking Mechanism Motorized
Configuration Fail Secure / Optional Fail Safe
Un lock Time 10 seconds max
Auto relock Time 10 seconds max
Status Monitoring Lock / Unlock State , Arm present and in lock state, battery status
Mechanical override Type (Optional) MUL-T-LOCK cylinder. Keys cannot be duplicated manufacturer is the
Manufacturer is the only source for new only source for new keys.
keys
Alarm
Backup Function (optional) Battery for operating lock and access control functions when main
power supply is interrupted
Body construction Mild Steel
Arm Construction Mild Steel
Finish Hot Dip galvanized
Breaking Force 800 Kg
Weight 4.8 Kg

Power Requirements Description


Supply Voltage 12 Vdc
Supply Current (max) 250mA
Card reader current consumption 200mA
Lock Mechanism power consumption 100mA x 20 seconds per open – close operation
Controller power consumption 10mA standby (constant)
Backup Battery Type Lithium , non-rechargeable
Battery Backup Voltage 3.6V
Battery Backup Capacity 13,000mA
Battery Life Duration 3.5 Years without Main Power , used 2 times a day

Control Interface Description


Type Bi-directional RS 485 (half – duplex 2 wires)
Data Transfer Access tag code database, System Status, Lock and Unlock
commands, Event log data (time / date stamped)

If Lock Access is wired connect from 4 – way connector (I)


Pin 1 – Blue to + RS485 (A)
Pin 2 – White to – RS485 (B)
Pin 3 – Orange to – 12 Vdc
Pin 4 – White to – 0Vdc

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I J

If Lock Access is wireless connect from 4 – way connector (J) to a ZIG B Transceiver

Camera

Camera ECS
Camera 2 ECS2
Pin Color Pin Color
Number Number
1 Green / White 1 Orange / White
2 Green 2 Orange
3 Orange / White 3 Green / White

4 Blue 4 Blue
5 Blue / White 5 Blue / White
6 Orange 6 Green
7 Brown / White 7 Brown / White
8 Brown 8 Brown

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8. ECS2 – Communications Controller

The ECS2 communications controller is used to provide communications to the network management system, in the form of
GSM, Ethernet or E1 as well as pass through communications to various secondary devices on site.
The ECS2 powerful ARM9 processor, with optional SD memory card, is responsible for alarm logging and statistical data
management, especially in off-line mode as well as pass through port management (connectivity to site devices from
management platform).

The ECS2 consists of the following modules and connections:


• Port A is reserved for the camera and includes POE facility to power the camera.
• Port B will be used when a switch is required.
• Port C can be used to connect any other device such as a rectifier or DG AMF that has an intelligent port 5 x Full
RS232 Device Ports (modem control). Serial device management ports, such as rectifier or generator.
• Standard RS232 Device Port. Serial device management port, factory interconnected to SAM2 CTL controller.
• Isolated RS485 Device Port. Used for Access Control Lock
• Non-isolated RS485 Device Port. Serial device management port, factory interconnected to Access Control
controllerG – DC Supply Input. Factory interconnected to SAM2 CTL controller, for common supply input to both
modules.
• ECS –L has a 2 way 24/48vdc connector pin 1 Pos and Pin 2, which is prewired in factory to the 8 way power
distribution connector from CTL Main controller.
• Processor Module. ECS2 ARM9 processor module with Linux operating system.

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• GSM Module. Necessary should remote management, from centralized server be required using a 3G/GPRS/SMS
type or 3G/GPRS/SMS type network connection. In case of ET a GPRS/SMS dual SIM modem is used.
• USB Device Port. USB device management port, such as rectifier or generator.
• USB Host Port. Technician diagnostic/configuration port.

» LED Indicators
• +12V (green) – Primary Auxiliary 12V Supply Voltage
• +5V (green) – Auxiliary 5V Supply from Regulator
• +3.3V (green) – Auxiliary 3.3V Supply from Regulator
• LED1 (red) – GPRS Network Connectivity
• LED 2 (red) – VPN Connectivity
• LED 3 (red) – Future Functionality
• LED 4 (red) – Future Functionality

9. Configuration
Preparation
The following is required to perform the commissioning of the Inala / Jabil SAM2 RMS system.
 Laptop with Microsoft OS
 USB – USB B Printer cable
 Digital Multimeter with DC amp measurement capabilities
 2 x Sim Cards

SAM2_ECS
Using the PAC document to note the results herewith are the commissioning steps of the ECS controller
1. Connect to the ECS2 Controller using the USB – USB B Printer cable
2. Open the ECS2 Application
3. Ensure the version 1.98 is utilized

4. Select USB next to the unit IP address which will default to 192.168.11.1 when USB is selected
5. Once the Login Icon is highlighted select it
6. Once connected the screen view will automatically redirect the user to the configuration tab

7.
Please wait for upgrade to complete the application will automatically reboot , the entire process takes approximitly
2min to complete
8. Select config file ECS2 Config 1.98
9. Included in the upgrade is the default config which will automatically load all settings for the IHS – Nigeria deployment
Settings include
 UDP primary server IP insert : 172.16.84.82
 UDP secondary server IP insert: 172.20.238.19
 APN naming
o MTN: ihsnigeriaplc.net
o Etisalat: ihsnigeria.lag
o Glo: ihs
o Airtel: Lhsafrica.ng.airtel.com
 Port associations
 Nat-ting
Communication
Verifying the communication is of outmost importance, herewith the steps that follow
1. Ensure both sims are slotted into the sim holders located on the ECS2 Controller
2. Sim 1 will try and establish communication, please be patient as the IP addressing might take a few minutes, the status
bar on the bottom of the ECS application will provide you detail in which phase it is.
 Sim 1 - Retries x / 5 the system attempts 5 times to connect to the network, if it succeeds the IP
address will be shown in the highlighted area below
 If the SIM fails to detect network it will switch over to the secondary sim repeating the process , this
can take up to 5 min , again please review the status at the bottom of the application
 If both Sims have gone through its routine and unable to connect, remove the sim cards and place it
into a smart / android phone and see if network is available.
3. Once an IP is available note it down in the PAC documentation

Testing communication to sever and equipment on site


1. Once the IP is available select the Test button next to UDP server port , If communication is established to the NOC
the response will be successful, if it is unsuccessful please contact your line Manager or Inala Support

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2. Select Test On port 3-RS232 – SAM2RMS TCP port 302, “Comms Established” Icon must popup, if Failed the
connection ribbon cable between the ECS2 and CTL has been disconnected or faulty, replace the cable
3. Open Up the Web Browser and test the ComAp Controller Communication
192.168.11.1:83
4. Open Up the Web Browser and Test the Camera connection
192.168.11.1:88
Note the Camera has to be setup for 192.168.10.2 as per installation instruction manual.
Username: Admin
Password: Admin
1. To Test the Access / Gate Lock user has to select Login Tab on the ECS2 Application and launch Access ECT
Access Control
Open Up the SAM2Access3 Application by selecting Login Tab on the ECS2 Application and launch SAM2V3 ECT
1. Select TCP: Ensure IP 192.168.11.1 port 301
2. Select IL2CTL
3. Select Connect ensure the script below indicated connected
4. Select Logon
5. Update the time ensuring that its on GMT+1 and that the User Laptop time is correct
6. Get time to verify
7. Open Door – Ensure that the gate lock locking arm can be removed from the motorized unit
8. Swipe a tag (which will be provided for test) to the card reader and select read reader 1
9. Add tag
10. Once completed close the gate lock, by sliding the locking arm into the motorized controller, and swipe the tag
again ensuring that you are able to open the lock.

1 2

3 4
5

10

SAM2RMS ECT
Once completed with Access control testing, launch SAM 2V3 ECT application
Note this connection is slower than the direct connection.
Ensure the SAM2ECT version is 2.50

1. Select TCP 192.168.11.1 port 302 ensure auto-detect is enabled


2. Once connected download latest version of firmware, this process takes 2 – 3 min to complete
3. Once completed upload the configuration provided by Jabil
4. Update SAM unit
5. Open up front panel and verify alarm conditions with eManager
- Digital Power Probes values
 Login to eManager 192.168.11.1:81 while connected to RMS 192.168.11.1:302

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 Open up Solar Tab on eManager and DPP view under generator config tab on ECT application (ensure you
select front panel view again for values to update)
 Compare Solar value to DPP Module 2 value
- Binary alarms
- Check the following alarms

Step 1. Connect Antenna Cable to the connector. Place given Sim in the sim tray connect USB cable in the ECT port as
shown in pictures below

Step 2. Connect USB cable from ECT to Laptop and go to My computer or this PC.

Step 3. Now right click and select “Manage”. From the next window that will open go to device manager. In device manager
check the USB port no. i.e. USB8 in the pic. For example. It can be from 1-16 as per your PC detail. Remember this port and
close the windows.

Step 4. Open the SAM2V3_ECT application by double click on the icon. Select the port as identified in above process. Enter
the password as admin and click ok button.

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After small wait you will see the parameter like below picture. Click on the download firmware button. The window will pop up
for the selection of the firmware file. Select the file named “SAMCTL205_V2480.hex ” and click on open button. You will see
msg asking for the confirmation click ok to proceed. Your file will start download as shown in the pic.

Uplo ad bar showing downloading firmware progress at the bottom.

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Step 5. Once uploaded firmware Sam ECT will so success msg. and controller will restart. After restart controller will go to
fact, default settings. Now upload the configuration file by click On Load config file

Select the config. File named “Sam2 FC 0008” and select Ok button to proceed. Once complete the loading click on the
“update SAM”.
You will see the Site ID changed to FC 0008 now change it to the site id of the current site. Click the button sync time and
then update. After that click the Set config button.

Step 6. Now go to Generator config. Double click on the rectangular position. you will see the set button appear and you can
change the run hours. Feed the actual dg run hours as per the DG display and press set button. And then click on the Set
config.

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Step 7. Test the DG remote start feature from Inala by pressing DG1 Start and same for the Remote stop feature by DG1
stop. Please ensure the Inala SAM controller have jumper as below image. If not call to Inala supervisor for missing jumper.
Now click the Digital Power Probes view button.

DPP view window. Click on the front panel and then go back to DPP window. This window will show you the load current
values as shown in the pic. Measure the actual value by multi meter and compare the value displayed. If issue contact Inala
supervisor.

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Step 8. Go to the Hybrid config tab. Click on the wizard. Type the actual battery capacity in AH and click ok button. Then set
config.

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Camera Config

1. Open internet explorer or firefox web and in the search bar insert the IP 192.168.0.120

2. Login using the administrative password


Username : Admin
Password : Admin

3. Under Stream Configuration change the frame rate from 25 to 5.

4. Set the motion area under Alarm Configuration


• Ensure the area only covers the equipment

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• Ensure the sensitivity is set to 1
• Ensure the schedule is set for Period 1 from start 00:00 to end 24:00 Ensure the interval duration is set to
60 seconds

6. Record Policy
• Enable Alarm record
• Enable pre-record
• Enable motion alarm

7. Record Directory > Modify


Follow instructions as indicated below

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8. Device Configuration > Date and Time
• Adjust the time Zone according to country > Nigeria will be (GMT + 01:00)
• Ensure the current date is set
• Enable NTP and insert IP address of the server (to be provided)

9. Device Configuration > Local Network


Follow instructions is indicated below

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10 Alarm List

RMS – User Application on Site

Digital Alarm reading


No DESCRIPTION INTERFACE
1 Aircon 1 Power Fail RJ45
2 Aircon 2 Power Fail RJ45
3 Aircon 1 Cooling Fail Logical Alarm via temperature sensor
4 Aircon 2 Cooling Fail Logical Alarm via temperature sensor
5 High Temperature Logical Alarm via RTH Sensor
6 Very High Temperature Logical Alarm via RTH Sensor
7 Multi Aircon Run Logical Alarm via RTH Sensor
8 High Humidity Logical Alarm via RTH Sensor
9 Humidity Probe Sensor RTH Sensor disconnect
10 Aircon Service Due Logical Alarm – Aircon run hrs
11 Movement Alarm Sensor
12 Power Supply Cabinet front door Dry Contact
13 Power Supply Cabinet back door / Battery Tamper Dry Contact
Switch
14 Smoke Alarm Sensor
15 Smoke Detector Fail Sensor (on Jabil (Inala) supplied smoke detector)
16 RMS Tamper switch On Board
17 12V dc Fail On Board
18 Config Corrupt On Board
19 RS485 Alarm (DPP, EMU or Fuel probe) RS485
20 Fuel Tank Lid Open Sensor / Dry Contact
21 Fuel Removed Logical Alarm via Fuel system with set trigger
22 Fuel Added Logical Alarm via Fuel system with set trigger
23 Fuel Low (25%) – Configurable Logical Alarm via Fuel system with set trigger
24 Fuel Full (75%) – Configurable Logical Alarm via Fuel system with set trigger
25 Fuel System Fail RS485
26 Generator 1 Common Shutdown Dry Contact / Binary Output from AMF
27 Generator 1 Run Dry Contact / Binary Output from AMF
28 Generator 1 Door Sensor / Dry Contact
29 Surge Protection Alarm Dry Contact
30 Generator Modbus Communication Fail Dry Contact
31 Generator 1 Fail to Start eSite Dry Contact / Binary Output from AMF
32 Generator 1 Fail to Start RMS Logical alarm from Start attempt from RMS
33 Generator 1 Service due Logical alarm – Gen Run Hours

34 Generator 1 Battery low / Battery Charger Voltage sense input


35 Generator 1 Oil Pressure warning Dry Contact / Binary Output from AMF
36 Generator 2 Common Shutdown Dry Contact / Binary Output from AMF
37 Generator 2 Run Dry Contact / Binary Output from AMF
38 Generator 2 Door Sensor / Dry Contact
39 Generator 2 Service due Logical alarm – Gen Run Hours
40 Generator 2 Battery low / Battery Charger Voltage sense input
41 Generator 2 Oil Pressure warning Dry Contact / Binary Output from AMF
42 Generator 2 Fail to Start eSite Dry Contact / Binary Output from AMF
40 Utility Grid Fail Dry Contact
41 AC Mains Fail – Any AC Source Fail (Generator & Grid) Dry Contact (Power Vendor Depended)
42 Rectifier System Fail Dry Contact
43 Rectifier Module Fail Dry Contact (Power Vendor Depended)
44 Priority Low Voltage Disconnect Dry Contact
45 Non – Priority Low Voltage Disconnect Dry Contact
46 Battery SOC alarm Logical alarm based on Ah SOC and battery voltage
47 Battery Backup Low – Configurable trigger Logical alarm based on Battery Voltage

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48 Aircraft Warning Light Sensor not incl in BOQ
49 Tenant 1 Priority Breaker off Dry Contact (Power supply vendor depended)
50 Tenant 2 Priority Breaker off Dry Contact (Power supply vendor depended)

Analog Reading
No DESCRIPTION INTERFACE
1 Power Supply Cabinet Temperature Front view Display
2 Aircon 1 Temperature reading Front view Display
3 Aircon 2 Temperature reading Front view Display
4 Aircon 1 Run Hours Front view Display
5 Aircon 2 Run Hours Front view Display
6 Battery Voltage Level Front view Display
7 Battery SOC Level – Ah & % Front view Display
8 Battery DoD counter – estimated duration to Front view Display
Battery Low
9 Battery SoC counter – estimated duration to 100% Front view Display
SOC
10 Battery Charge & Discharge Current Front view Display
11 Generator Battery Level Back end Display
12 Fuel Level Front view Display
13 Fuel Level live graph Back end Display
14 Solar Current + Voltage + Power Back end Display
15 Tenant(s) Current + Voltage + Power Back end Display
16 Generator(s) Total Run Hours Back end Display
17 Generator(s) Service Run Hours Back end Display
18 Equipment AC Mains Voltage + Current + Power Back end Display
19 Power Distribution Graphical Display Back end Display
20 Log File Back end Display

3rd Party interface using RMS as pass through


No DESCRIPTION MANUFACTURER INTERFACE EQUIPMENT IP EQUIPMENT NATTING
(POWER (all PORT PORT
VENDOR) applications
has full
access)
1 ComAmp – Web FlexEnclosure & Web / 192.168.10.11 80 82
application Hybrid Energy Modbus
2 ComAmp – User FlexEnclosure & 3rd Party 192.168.10.11 23 23
Application Hybrid Energy Application -
TCP/IP
3 Diriflex FlexEnclosure 3rd Party 192.168.10.10 6480 6480
Application -
TCP/IP
4 eManager Web FlexEnclosure Web 192.168.10.10 80 81
Application
5 SSH FlexEnclosure Putty (SSH 192.168.10.10 22 25
Command)
6 Delta - Modbus IPT Web 192.168.10.100 80 83
7 Surveillance Jabil Web 192.168.10.2 80 88
Camera
8 Trion – Modbus IPT Modbus – 310 20
RS485
9 Trion Delta IPT Modbus – LAN 192.168.10.100 80 83
Modbus
10 eSite Modbus FlexEnclosure Modbus – LAN 192.168.10.10 1502 1502

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