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TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 & TBC300A-TCA2 V300R001 Installation Guide

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

TBC300A-TCA2

V300R001

Installation Guide

Issue

03

Date

2014-11-21

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

& TBC300A-TCA2 V300R001 Installation Guide Issue 03 Date 2014-11-21 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
& TBC300A-TCA2 V300R001 Installation Guide Issue 03 Date 2014-11-21 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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About This Document

About This Document

Purpose

This document describes how to install and commission the power system.

The cabinet figures in this document are for reference only.

Intended Audience

This document is intended for:

Installation and commissioning engineers

Technical support personnel

Symbol Conventions

The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Symbol

Description

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Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.

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NOTICE is used to address practices not related to personal injury.

Calls attention to important information, best practices and tips.

Calls attention to important information, best practices and tips.

NOTE is used to address information not related to personal injury, equipment damage, and environment deterioration.

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About This Document

Change History

Changes between document issues are cumulative. The latest document issue contains all the changes made in earlier issues.

Issue 03 (2014-11-21)

Chapter 5 Installing Ground Cables

Modified Figure 5-1 Installing ground cables for stacked cabinets.

Modified Figure 5-2 Installing ground cables for cabinets located side by side.

Issue 02 (2014-03-18)

Chapter 3 Components

Modified Figure 3-1 Interior of the TP48200A-HX09A3.

Modified Figure 3-2 Interior of the TP48200A-HX09A4.

Chapter 5 Installing Ground Cables

Modified Figure 5-1 Installing ground cables for stacked cabinets.

Modified Figure 5-2 Installing ground cables for cabinets located side by side.

Chapter 7 Installing Cables

Modified Figure 7-17 Installing a heater power cable for stacked cabinets

(TP48200A-HX09A3).

Modified Figure 7-18 Installing a heater power cable for cabinets located side by side

(TP48200A-HX09A3).

Modified Figure 7-19 Installing a heater power cable for stacked cabinets

(TP48200A-HX09A4).

Modified Figure 7-20 Installing a heater power cable for cabinets located side by side

(TP48200A-HX09A4).

Chapter 8 (Optional) Installing Batteries

Modified 8 (Optional) Installing Batteries.

Issue 01 (2014-01-02)

This issue is the first official release.

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

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Contents

Contents

About This Document

ii

1

Safety Precautions

1

1.1 General Safety Precautions

1

1.2 Electrical Safety

1

1.3 Battery Safety

2

1.4 Cable Layout

4

1.5 Mechanical Safety

4

2

Installation Preparations

6

2.1 Required Tools

6

2.2 Technical Specifications

7

2.3 Installation Dimensions

8

2.4 Requirements for Cable Routing

10

3 Components

12

3.1 Interior

12

3.2 Rectifier

17

3.3 SMU02B

19

3.4 UIM02C

23

3.5 (Optional) Heater

26

3.6 Sensors and Lamp

27

3.6.1 (Optional) Smoke Sensor

28

3.6.2 (Optional) Temperature and Humidity Sensor

29

3.6.3 (Optional) Water Sensor

30

3.6.4 Battery Temperature Sensor

31

3.6.5 (Optional) Lamp

31

4 Installing Cabinets

33

4.1 Unpacking and Acceptance

33

4.2 Removing the Cabinet from the Pallet

33

4.3 Marking Hole Positions

34

4.4 Drilling Holes and Installing Expansion Sleeves

36

4.5 Securing the Cabinet

37

4.6 Combining Cabinets

38

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4.7

Stacking Cabinets

39

5 Ground Cables

Installing

Installing

6 Components

44

47

6.1 Installing a Rectifier

47

6.2 (Optional) Installing a Lamp

48

6.3 (Optional) Installing a Smoke Sensor

50

6.4 (Optional) Installing a Water Sensor

52

6.5 (Optional) Installing an Ambient Temperature and Humidity Sensor

54

7 Installing Cables

56

7.1 (Optional) Installing Dry Contact Signal Cables

56

7.2 Installing the Communications Cables

57

7.2.1 WebUI Management

57

7.2.2 NetEco Management

57

7.2.3 Third-Party NMS Management (over SNMP)

58

7.2.4 Connecting to Huawei BBU (over Dry Contacts, M2000 Management)

59

7.2.5 Installing a Communications Cable Between the Battery Cabinet and the Power Cabinet

60

7.3 Installing DC Output Power Cables for the Power Cabinet

62

7.4 Installing the TCUA Power Cable

65

7.5 Installing AC Output Power Cables for the Power Cabinet

69

7.6 Installing the Heater Power Cable

72

7.7 Installing AC Input Power Cables

76

7.7.1 Installing 380 V AC Three-Phase, Four-Wire AC Input Power Cables for the TP48200A-HX09A3

77

7.7.2 Installing 220 V AC Single-Phase AC Input Power Cables for the TP48200A-HX09A3

78

7.7.3 Installing 110 V AC Dual-Live-Wire Input Power Cables for the TP48200A-HX09A4

80

8 (Optional) Installing Batteries

82

8.1

Installing Batteries (Scenario One)

83

8.1.1 (Optional) Installing Antitheft Baffle Plate Bases for the Battery Cabinet

83

8.1.2 Installing Battery Strings

83

8.1.3 Installing Copper Bars Between Batteries

84

8.1.4 Installing Battery Cables

85

8.1.5 (Optional) Installing Antitheft Baffle Plates for the Battery Cabinet

87

8.2

Installing Batteries (Scenario Two)

88

8.2.1 Installing Busbars

88

8.2.2 (Optional) Installing Antitheft Baffle Plate Bases for the Battery Cabinet

90

8.2.3 Installing Battery Strings

90

8.2.4 Installing Copper Bars Between Batteries

91

8.2.5 Installing Battery Cables

92

8.2.6 (Optional) Installing Antitheft Baffle Plates for the Battery Cabinet

95

9 Verifying the Installation

97

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9.1 Checking Hardware Installation

97

9.2 Checking Electrical Connections

97

9.3 Checking Cable Installation

97

10 Commissioning

98

10.1 Connecting the AC Power Supply

98

10.2 Setting the Display Language

99

10.3 Setting the Date and Time

99

10.4 Setting the AC Input System

99

10.5 Setting Battery Parameters

100

10.6 (Optional) Setting Sensor Parameters

101

10.7 (Optional) Setting the Hibernation Parameter

101

10.8 Setting Communications Parameters

102

10.8.1 Setting Parameters Before Using WebUI Management

102

10.8.2 (Optional) Setting Parameters Before Using the NetEco Management

102

10.8.3 Setting Parameters Before Using the SNMP Management

104

10.9

Connecting the Battery Supply

107

10.10 Subsequent Operations

108

A Associations Between Alarms and Dry Contacts on the UIM

109

B Acronyms and Abbreviations

110

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1 Safety Precautions

1 Safety Precautions

1.1 General Safety Precautions

Ensure that the product is used in environments that meet its design specifications to avoid damaging components and voiding the warranty.

Ensure that only trained and qualified personnel install, operate, and maintain Huawei equipment.

Comply with local laws and regulations. The safety instructions in this document are only supplements to local laws and regulations.

Do not operate the device or cables during thunderstorms.

Remove metal objects such as watches, bracelets, and rings when using the product.

Use insulated tools on the product.

Follow specified procedures during installation and maintenance.

Measure contact point voltage with an electric meter before touching a conductor surface or terminal. Ensure that the contact point has no voltage or it is within the specified range.

Note that the load may power off during maintenance or fault location if the power system is not connected to a battery or if battery capacity is insufficient.

Store cables for at least 24 hours at room temperature before laying out them if they were previously stored at sub-0ºC.

Routinely check installed equipment and perform maintenance according to the user manual; replace faulty components quickly to ensure that the device works properly.

1.2 Electrical Safety

Grounding Requirements

When installing a device, install the ground cable first. When removing a device, remove the ground cable last.

Before operating a device, ensure that the device is properly grounded.

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AC and DC Operation Requirements

1 Safety Precautions AC and DC Operation Requirements  The power system is powered by high-voltage

The power system is powered by high-voltage power sources. Direct or indirect contact (through damp objects) with high-voltage power sources may result in serious danger.

Non-standard and improper operations may result in fire and electric shocks.

Before electrical connections, turn off the upstream protection switch for the device.

Before connecting the AC power supply, ensure that electrical connections are complete.

Before you connect cables to loads or battery cables, check cable and terminal polarities, preventing reverse connections.

ESD Requirements

To prevent electrostatic-sensitive components from being damaged by the static on human bodies, wear a well-grounded ESD wrist strap or gloves when touching circuit boards.

When holding a board, hold its edge without components. Do not touch chips.

Removed boards must be packaged with ESD packaging materials before storage and transportation.

Liquid Prevention Requirements

Place this product far away from areas with liquid. Do not place the product under positions prone to leakage, such as air conditioner vents, ventilation vents, and feeder windows of the equipment room. Prevent liquid from entering the inside of the device to avoid short circuits, and ensure that there is no condensation inside the equipment room or device.

If detecting any liquid inside the device, immediately disconnect the power supply and contact the administrator.

1.3 Battery Safety

Before installing, operating, and maintaining batteries, read the instructions provided by the battery vendor. The safety precautions in this document are for special attention. For more safety precautions, see the instructions provided by the battery vendor.

Basic Requirements

Before installation and maintenance, wear goggles, rubber gloves, and protective clothes to prevent injury caused by electrolyte overflow.

When handling a battery, ensure that its electrodes are upward. Leaning or reversing batteries is prohibited.

Keep the battery loop disconnected during installation and maintenance.

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Secure battery cables to a torque specified in battery documentation. Loose connections will result in excessive voltage drop or cause batteries to burn out when the current is large.

Preventing Battery Short Circuit

when the current is large. Preventing Battery Short Circuit Short circuits will generate high transient currents

Short circuits will generate high transient currents and release a great deal of energy, which may cause personal injury.

If conditions permit, disconnect the batteries in use before performing any other operations.

Preventing Flammable Gas

performing any other operations. Preventing Flammable Gas  Do not use unsealed lead-acid batteries.  Place

Do not use unsealed lead-acid batteries.

Place and secure lead-acid batteries horizontally to prevent device inflammation or corrosion due to flammable gas emitted from batteries.

Lead-acid batteries in use emit flammable gas. Therefore, store the batteries in a place with good ventilation, and take measures against fire.

Preventing Battery Leakage

and take measures against fire. Preventing Battery Leakage High temperatures may result in battery distortion, damage,

High temperatures may result in battery distortion, damage, and electrolyte overflow.

When the battery temperature is higher than 60°C, check the battery for electrolyte overflow. If the electrolyte overflows, absorb and counteract the electrolyte immediately. When moving or handling a battery whose electrolyte leaks, exercise caution because the leaking electrolyte may hurt human bodies. When you find electrolyte leaks, use sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO 3 ) or sodium carbonate (Na 2 CO 3 ) to counteract and absorb the leaking electrolyte.

Preventing Battery Overdischarge

After you connect batteries, ensure that the battery fuse is disconnected or the circuit breaker is OFF before powering on the power system. This prevents battery overdischarge, which damages batteries.

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1.4 Cable Layout

When cables are used in a high temperature environment, the insulation layer may age and be damaged. Ensure that a sufficient distance exists between the cables and the DC busbar, shunt, and fuse.

Signal cables must be bound separately from strong-current cables and high-voltage cables.

Cables prepared by the customer must have the fire resistance capability.

Cables must not pass behind the air exhaust vents of rectifiers in the cabinet.

1.5 Mechanical Safety

Hoisting Devices

in the cabinet. 1.5 Mechanical Safety Hoisting Devices Do not walk under cantilevers or raised objects.

Do not walk under cantilevers or raised objects.

Only trained and qualified personnel are allowed to perform hoisting operations.

Before hoisting objects, check that all hoisting tools are available and in good condition.

Before hoisting objects, ensure that hoisting tools are firmly fixed onto a weight-bearing object or wall.

Ensure that the angle formed by two cables is less than 90 degrees.

Using a Ladder

Use only ladders that are in good condition. Find out and do not exceed the maximum weight capacity.

The recommended angle for a ladder against another object is 75 degrees. Measure the gradient with a right angle or your arms, as shown in Figure 1-1. Ensure that the wider end of the frame is at the bottom, the base cannot slide, and that the ladder is securely positioned.

Figure 1-1 Correct angle for ladders

securely positioned. Figure 1-1 Correct angle for ladders Issue 03 (2014-11-21) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential

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When climbing a ladder:

Ensure that your body's center of gravity does not shift outside the legs of the ladder.

To minimize the risk of falling, steady your balance on the ladder before performing any operation.

Do not climb higher than the fourth rung from the top.

To climb onto a roof, ensure that the ladder top is at least one meter higher than the roofline, as shown in Figure 1-2.

Figure 1-2 One meter higher than the roofline

Figure 1-2 . Figure 1-2 One meter higher than the roofline Drilling Holes Do not drill

Drilling Holes

1-2 One meter higher than the roofline Drilling Holes Do not drill holes into a cabinet

Do not drill holes into a cabinet without permission. Non-standard drilling may affect the electromagnetic shielding of the cabinet and damage interior cables. Metal shards generated during drilling may short-circuit circuit boards if they get into the cabinet.

Before drilling holes into a cabinet, remove interior cables.

Wear goggles and protective gloves when drilling holes.

After drilling, clean up metal shards immediately.

Moving Heavy Objects

Be cautious to prevent injury when moving heavy objects.

Wear protective gloves when moving heavy objects.

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2 Installation Preparations

2.1 Required Tools

Figure 2-1 lists the tools that are required for the installation.

2-1 lists the tools that are required for the installation. Use tools with insulated handles. Issue

Use tools with insulated handles.

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Figure 2-1 Installation tools

2 Installation Preparations Figure 2-1 Installation tools 2.2 Technical Specifications Table 2-1 Technical

2.2 Technical Specifications

Table 2-1 Technical specifications

Model

Name

Dimensions (H x W x D)

Weight

TP48200A-

Power cabinet

900 mm x 650 mm x 650 mm (excluding the base and protruding part)

75 kg (without rectifiers)

<

HX09A3

TP48200A-

 

HX09A4

 

TBC300A-

Battery cabinet

50 kg (without batteries)

<

DCA3

TBC300A-

 

DCA5

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Model

Name

Dimensions (H x W x D)

Weight

TBC300A-

   

< 56 kg (without batteries)

TCA2

R4850G1

Rectifier

88.9 mm x 103 mm x 243

≤ 2.8 kg

R4850N1

mm

≤ 2.5 kg

2.3 Installation Dimensions

Figure 2-2 and Figure 2-3 show the installation dimensions.

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Figure 2-2 Combination dimensions

Installation Preparations Figure 2-2 Combination dimensions Issue 03 (2014-11-21) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential

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Figure 2-3 Stacking dimensions

2 Installation Preparations Figure 2-3 Stacking dimensions 2.4 Requirements for Cable Routing  Cables should be

2.4 Requirements for Cable Routing

Cables should be more than 20 mm away from heat sources to prevent insulation layer damage (melting) or functional degradation (aging or breakage).

The bending radius of cables should be at least five times the diameter of the cables.

Cables of the same type should be bound together. Cables of different types should be a minimum of 30 mm from each other to avoid tangling.

Cables that are bound together should be close to each other, tidy, and undamaged.

Ground cables must not be bound to or tangled with signal cables. There should be an appropriate distance between them to minimize interruptions.

AC power cables, DC power cables, signal cables, and communications cables must be bound separately.

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Power cables must be routed straight. No joints or welding should be performed on power cables. Use a longer cable if necessary.

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3 Components

3

Components

3.1 Interior

Figure 3-1 shows the interior of the TP48200A-HX09A3. Figure 3-2 shows the interior of the TP48200A-HX09A4. Figure 3-3 shows the interior of the TBC300A-DCA3. Figure 3-4 shows the interior of the TBC300A-DCA5. Figure 3-5 shows the interior of the

TBC300A-TCA2.

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Figure 3-1 Interior of the TP48200A-HX09A3

3 Components Figure 3-1 Interior of the TP48200A-HX09A3 (1) AC output circuit breaker and terminal (2)

(1) AC output circuit breaker and terminal

(2) Multi-purpose socket and circuit breaker

(3) Load circuit breaker

(4) AC SPD (surge protective device)

(5) AC input circuit breaker

(6) SMU

(7) Battery switch (behind the cover)

(8) Space for installing rectifiers

(9) Ground bar

(10) Space for installing customer equipment

(11) Package entry module

(12) Internal fan

(13) Battery circuit breaker

(14) UIM02C

(15) RTN+ busbar

(16) Heat exchanger

(17) External fan (behind the cover)

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Figure 3-2 Interior of the TP48200A-HX09A4

3 Components Figure 3-2 Interior of the TP48200A-HX09A4 (1) AC output circuit breaker and terminal (2)

(1) AC output circuit breaker and terminal

(2) Multi-purpose socket and circuit breaker

(3) Load circuit breaker

(4) AC SPD

(5) AC input circuit breaker

(6) SMU

(7) Battery switch (behind the cover)

(8) Space for installing rectifiers

(9) Ground bar

(10) Space for installing customer equipment

(11) Package entry module

(12) Internal fan

(13) Battery circuit breaker

(14) UIM02C

(15) RTN+ busbar

(16) Heat exchanger

(17) External fan (behind the cover)

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Figure 3-3 Interior of the TBC300A-DCA3

3 Components Figure 3-3 Interior of the TBC300A-DCA3 (1) Upper cable holes (4) Package entry module

(1) Upper cable holes (4) Package entry module (7) Ground bar

(2) Space for installing batteries (5) Direct-ventilation fan

(3) Battery rack (6) TCUA control box

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Figure 3-4 Interior of the TBC300A-DCA5

3 Components Figure 3-4 Interior of the TBC300A-DCA5 (1) Upper cable holes (4) Package entry module

(1) Upper cable holes (4) Package entry module (7) Heater

(2) Space for installing batteries (5) Direct-ventilation fan (8) Ground bar

(3) Battery rack (6) TCUA control box

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Figure 3-5 Interior of the TBC300A-TCA2

3 Components Figure 3-5 Interior of the TBC300A-TCA2 (1) Upper cable holes (4) Package entry module

(1) Upper cable holes (4) Package entry module (7) Ground bar

3.2 Rectifier

Appearance

Figure 3-6 shows a rectifier.

(2) Space for installing batteries (5) TEC

(3) Battery rack (6) TCUA control box

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Figure 3-6 Rectifier

Installation Guide 3 Components Figure 3-6 Rectifier Panel The rectifier has a Run indicator, an Alarm

Panel

The rectifier has a Run indicator, an Alarm indicator, and a Fault indicator on its front panel. Figure 3-7 shows the rectifier panel.

Figure 3-7 Rectifier panel

3-7 shows the rectifier panel. Figure 3-7 Rectifier panel (1) Run indicator (2) Alarm indicator Indicator

(1) Run indicator

(2) Alarm indicator

Indicator Description

Table 3-1 Indicator description

(3) Fault indicator

Indicator

Color

Status

Description

Run

Green

Steady on

The rectifier provides output properly.

indicator

Off

The rectifier provides no output.

Alarm

Yellow

Off

No alarm is generated.

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Indicator

Color

Status

Description

indicator

 

Steady on

The rectifier generates an alarm for power limiting due to ambient overtemperature.

The rectifier generates an alarm for shutdown due to ambient overtemperature or undertemperature.

The rectifier protects against AC input overvoltage or undervoltage.

The rectifier is hibernating.

Fault

Red

Off

The rectifier is running properly.

indicator

Steady on

The rectifier locks out due to output overvoltage.

The rectifier has no output due to an internal fault.

Blinking at 4 Hz

The rectifier is loading an application program.

3.3 SMU02B

Appearance Figure 3-8 shows an SMU02B. Figure 3-8 SMU02B appearance Panel
Appearance
Figure 3-8 shows an SMU02B.
Figure 3-8 SMU02B appearance
Panel

Figure 3-9 shows an SMU02B panel.

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Figure 3-9 SMU02B panel

Installation Guide 3 Components Figure 3-9 SMU02B panel (1) Run indicator (2) Minor alarm indicator (3)

(1) Run indicator

(2) Minor alarm indicator

(3) Major alarm indicator

(4) Buttons

(5) USB port (reserved)

(6) RS485/RS232 port

(7) Handle

(8) Locking latch

(9) FE port

(10) Liquid crystal display (LCD)

Indicator

Table 3-2 describes the indicators on the SMU02B panel.

Table 3-2 SMU02B indicator description

Name

Color

Status

Description

Run indicator

Green

Off

The SMU is faulty or has no DC input.

Blinking at 0.5 Hz

The SMU02B is running properly and communicating with the host properly.

Blinking at 4 Hz

The SMU02B is running properly but is not communicating with the host properly.

Minor alarm

Yellow

Off

The SMU does not generate any minor alarms.

indicator

Steady on

The SMU generates a minor alarm.

Major alarm

Red

Off

No critical or major alarm is generated.

indicator

Steady on

A critical or major alarm is generated.

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Button

Table 3-3 describes the buttons on the SMU02B panel.

Table 3-3 SMU02B button description

Button

Name

Description

Up Turns to the previous menu or sets parameter values.

Up

Turns to the previous menu or sets parameter values.

When setting parameter values, you can hold down quickly adjust values.

toWhen setting parameter values, you can hold down quickly adjust values.

Down Turns to the next menu or sets parameter values.

Down

Turns to the next menu or sets parameter values.

When setting parameter values, you can hold down quickly adjust values.

toWhen setting parameter values, you can hold down quickly adjust values.

Back Returns to the previous menu without saving the settings.

Back

Returns to the previous menu without saving the settings.

Confirm  Enters the main menu from the standby screen.

Confirm

Enters the main menu from the standby screen.

Enters a submenu from the main menu.

Saves the menu settings.

Communication Port

Table 3-4 describes the communication ports on the SMU02B panel.

Table 3-4 SMU02B communication port description

Communication

Communications

Communications

Function

Port

Parameter

Protocol

FE port

10/100 M

HTTPS, NetEco network management system (NMS), and simple network management protocol (SNMP) protocols

Connects to

auto-adaptation

an

upper-level

NMS

RS485/RS232 port

Baud rate: 9600 bit/s, 19200 bit/s

NetEco NMS protocol

Connects to

upper-level

 

device such

as BBU

NOTE All ports mentioned above support the security mechanism.

 

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Figure 3-10 Pins in the FE port and RS485/RS232 port

Figure 3-10 Pins in the FE port and RS485/RS232 port Table 3-5 Pin definitions for the

Table 3-5 Pin definitions for the FE port

Pin

Signal

Description

1

TX+

Sends data over FE.

2

TX-

3

RX+

Receives data over FE.

6

RX-

4, 5, 7, and 8

None

N/A

Table 3-6 Pin definitions for the RS485/RS232 port

Pin

Signal

Description

1

TX+

Sends data over RS485.

2

TX-

4

RX+

Receives data over RS485.

5

RX-

3

RX232

Receives data over RS232.

7

TX232

Sends data over RS232.

6

PGND

Connects to the ground.

8

None

N/A

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3.4 UIM02C

Panel

 

The user interface module (UIM02C) supports eight dry contact outputs, nine dry contact inputs (including six universal dry contact inputs, one smoke sensor input, one water sensor input, and one door status sensor input), and four analog parameter inputs (including one ambient temperature and humidity input, two ambient temperature inputs, and one battery temperature input).

Figure 3-11 shows a UIM02C panel.

Figure 3-11 UIM02C panel

temperature inputs, and one battery temperature input). Figure 3-11 shows a UIM02C panel. Figure 3-11 UIM02C

Ports

Table 3-7 UIM02C ports

Port Type

Silk Screen

Description

Sensor ports

TEM-HUM

Ambient temperature and humidity sensor

WATER

Water sensor

TEMP1

Ambient temperature sensor 1

TEMP2

Ambient temperature sensor 2

GATE

Door status sensor

SMOKE

Smoke sensor

BTEMP

Battery temperature sensor

Dry contact input ports

DIN1

NOTE For the associations between the dry contact input ports and alarms, see the appendix.

DIN2

 

DIN3

 

DIN4

DIN5

DIN6

Dry contact output

ALM1

NOTE

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Port Type

Silk Screen

Description

ports

ALM2

For the associations between the dry contact output ports and alarms, see the appendix.

ALM3

ALM4

ALM5

ALM6

ALM7

ALM8

Communications port

COM

RS485 port

Communication Port

Table 3-8 COM communication port description

Communication

Communications

Communications

Function

Port

Parameter

Protocol

COM port

Baud rate: 9600 bit/s, 19200 bit/s

M/S and Modbus protocol

Connects to lower-level devices such as the battery voltage detector, DC Air Conditioner.

NOTE The COM port supports the security mechanism.

 

Figure 3-12 Pins in the COM port

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Table 3-9 Pin definitions for the COM port

Pin

Signal

Description

1

RX+

Receives data over RS485.

2

RX-

4

TX+

Sends data over RS485.

5

TX-

6

PGND

Connects to the ground.

3, 7, 8

None

N/A

Pins

Figure 3-13 shows the pin numbers of the sensor ports. Table 3-10 defines the pins.

Figure 3-13 UIM02C pin numbers

3-10 defines the pins. Figure 3-13 UIM02C pin numbers Table 3-10 UIM02C pin definitions Silkscreen No.

Table 3-10 UIM02C pin definitions

Silkscreen

No.

Pin Definitions

TEM-HUM

1

12

V

2

ENV_TEMP

3

12

V

4

ENV_HUM

WATER

1

12

V

2

WATER

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Silkscreen

No.

Pin Definitions

 

3

GND

4

Not defined

TEMP1

1

GND

2

TEMP1

TEMP2

1

GND

2

TEMP2

GATE

1

GATE+

2

GATE-

SMOKE

1

SMOKE

2

12 V

BTEMP

1

GND

2

BTEMP

3.5 (Optional) Heater

A heater assembly unit (HAU) is adopted to ensure a proper operating temperature for the equipment inside the cabinet.

Appearance

Figure 3-14 shows an HAU03A-01.

Figure 3-14 Heater

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Heater Panel

Figure 3-15 shows the panel on the HAU03A-01.

Figure 3-15 Heater panel

shows the panel on the HAU03A-01. Figure 3-15 Heater panel (1) AC input port (4) Control

(1) AC input port

(4) Control dry contact

(2) Indicator

Table 3-11 Indicator description

(3) Alarm dry contact

Silk Screen

Color

Status

Description

RUN

Green

Steady on

The heater is powered on and takes a self-test.

Off

The heater is not powered on.

ALM

Red

Off

No alarm is generated.

Steady on

An alarm is generated and the heater needs to be replaced.

3.6 Sensors and Lamp

Figure 3-16 shows the installation positions of the sensors and lamp.

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Figure 3-16 Installation positions of the sensors and lamp

Figure 3-16 Installation positions of the sensors and lamp (1) Smoke sensor (2) Door status sensor

(1) Smoke sensor

(2) Door status sensor

(3) Temperature and humidity sensor

(4) Water sensor

(5) Battery temperature sensor

(6) Lamp

(7) Water sensor

3.6.1 (Optional) Smoke Sensor

Figure 3-17 or Figure 3-18 shows a smoke sensor.

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Figure 3-17 Smoke sensor 1

Guide 3 Components Figure 3-17 Smoke sensor 1 (1) Wiring port (2) Base Figure 3-18 Smoke

(1) Wiring port

(2) Base

Figure 3-18 Smoke sensor 2

1 (1) Wiring port (2) Base Figure 3-18 Smoke sensor 2 (1) Indicator (2) Base (3)

(1) Indicator

(2) Base

(3) Indicator

(3) Wiring port

3.6.2 (Optional) Temperature and Humidity Sensor

Figure 3-19 or Figure 3-20 shows a temperature and humidity sensor.

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Figure 3-19 Temperature and humidity sensor 1

3 Components Figure 3-19 Temperature and humidity sensor 1 Figure 3-20 Temperature and humidity sensor 2

Figure 3-20 Temperature and humidity sensor 2

sensor 1 Figure 3-20 Temperature and humidity sensor 2 3.6.3 (Optional) Water Sensor Figure 3-21 shows

3.6.3 (Optional) Water Sensor

Figure 3-21 shows a water sensor.

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Figure 3-21 Water sensor

Installation Guide 3 Components Figure 3-21 Water sensor 3.6.4 Battery Temperature Sensor Figure 3-22 shows a

3.6.4 Battery Temperature Sensor

Figure 3-22 shows a battery temperature sensor.

Figure 3-22 Battery temperature sensor

temperature sensor. Figure 3-22 Battery temperature sensor 3.6.5 (Optional) Lamp Appearance A lamp is configured inside

3.6.5 (Optional) Lamp

Appearance

A lamp is configured inside the cabinet. Figure 3-23 shows a lamp.

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Figure 3-23 Lamp

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4.1 Unpacking and Acceptance

Procedure

Step 1

Check whether packing cases are intact. If a packing case is severely damaged or wet, identify the cause and report to the local Huawei office.

identify the cause and report to the local Huawei office. The marking-off template is located on

The marking-off template is located on the top cover of the cabinet packing case. When you unpack the cabinet, put away the top cover and packing case.

Step 2

Unpack the case.

Step 3

Check the quantity of components against the packing lists attached to the packing cases. If the quantity differs from that specified on the packing lists, identify the cause and report to the local Huawei office.

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4.2 Removing the Cabinet from the Pallet

Procedure

Step 1

Remove the bolts that secure the cabinet to the pallet.

Step 2

Remove the cabinet from the pallet.

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Figure 4-1 Removing the cabinet from the pallet

Cabinets Figure 4-1 Removing the cabinet from the pallet (1) Pallet ----End 4.3 Marking Hole Positions

(1) Pallet

----End

4.3 Marking Hole Positions

Prerequisites

 

The installation environment is clean and dry.

The concrete pad on which the cabinet is to be installed is flat.

Procedure

Step 1

Remove the cover from the cabinet packaging box and find the hole marking-off template on the cover interior, as shown in Figure 4-2.

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Figure 4-2 Taking the marking-off template

Cabinets Figure 4-2 Taking the marking-off template Step 2 Mark the hole positions based on the
Step 2 Mark the hole positions based on the marking-off template, as shown in Figure
Step 2
Mark the hole positions based on the marking-off template, as shown in Figure 4-3.
Figure 4-3 Marking hole positions for installing a single cabinet
(1) Marker
(2) Marking-off template
(3) Mounting hole
(4) Concrete floor
If cabinets are combined, mark hole positions for installing the other cabinet by performing step 3. If
there is only one cabinet, the procedure ends.
Step 3
After marking hole positions for installing the first cabinet, mark hole positions for installing
the other cabinet according to the marking-off template, as shown in Figure 4-4.

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Figure 4-4 Marking hole positions for installing cabinets located side by side

hole positions for installing cabinets located side by side ----End 4.4 Drilling Holes and Installing Expansion

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4.4 Drilling Holes and Installing Expansion Sleeves

Procedure

Step 1

Drill holes to a depth of 52 mm to 60 mm using a hammer drill.

Step 2

Partially tighten the expansion bolts, and vertically insert them into the holes. Knock the expansion bolts using a rubber mallet until the expansion sleeves are fully inserted into the holes.

Step 3

Partially tighten the expansion bolts.

Step 4

Remove the bolts, spring washers, and flat washers.

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Figure 4-5 Drilling holes and installing expansion sleeves

Figure 4-5 Drilling holes and installing expansion sleeves (1) M12 bolt (2) Spring washer (3) Flat

(1) M12 bolt

(2) Spring washer

(3) Flat washer

(4) Expansion sleeve

(5) Expansion nut

(6) Concrete floor

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4.5 Securing the Cabinet

Procedure

Step 1

Place the cabinet onto the concrete pad and align the mounting holes on the cabinet with those on the concrete pad.

Step 2

Place the flat washers, spring washers, and expansion bolts into the mounting holes of the cabinet.

Step 3

Secure the expansion bolts.

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Figure 4-6 Securing the cabinet

4 Installing Cabinets Figure 4-6 Securing the cabinet ----End 4.6 Combining Cabinets Procedure Step 1 After

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4.6 Combining Cabinets

Procedure

Step 1

After securing the first cabinet, move the other cabinet to appropriate mounting holes.

Step 2

Place the, flat washers, spring washers and expansion bolts into the mounting holes of the cabinet.

Step 3

Tighten expansion bolts to secure the cabinet.

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Figure 4-7 Combining cabinets

4 Installing Cabinets Figure 4-7 Combining cabinets ----End 4.7 Stacking Cabinets Prerequisites   

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4.7 Stacking Cabinets

Prerequisites

 
 

A battery cabinet can be stacked under a power cabinet or on or under a battery cabinet.

A battery cabinet has been secured to the ground.

The method of stacking battery cabinets is the same as the method of stacking a power cabinet and battery cabinet. This section describes how to stack a power cabinet and battery cabinet.

Procedure

Step 1

Remove the fasteners blocked on the mounting holes and cable holes at the top of the battery cabinet, as shown in Figure 4-8.

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Figure 4-8 Removing the fasteners blocked on the mounting holes and cable holes at the top of the battery cabinet

holes and cable holes at the top of the battery cabinet Step 2 Lay down the

Step 2

Lay down the power cabinet and pad it with a packing case.

Step 3

Remove the base from the power cabinet, as shown in Figure 4-9.

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Figure 4-9 Removing the base from the power cabinet

Figure 4-9 Removing the base from the power cabinet (1) Packing case When stacking cabinets, at

(1) Packing case

Removing the base from the power cabinet (1) Packing case When stacking cabinets, at least two

When stacking cabinets, at least two persons are required to carry the power cabinet onto the battery cabinet. You must align the mounting holes in the power cabinet with those in the battery cabinet and then place the power cabinet, instead of moving the power cabinet on the battery cabinet. Otherwise, the waterproof ring at the bottom of the power cabinet will be damaged.

Step 4

Lift the power cabinet and stack it onto the battery cabinet, as shown in Figure 4-10.

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Figure 4-10 Lifting and stacking a power cabinet

Cabinets Figure 4-10 Lifting and stacking a power cabinet Step 5 Open the door of the

Step 5

Open the door of the lower cabinet.

Step 6

Tighten bolts to secure the stacked cabinets, as shown in Figure 4-11.

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Figure 4-11 Securing stacked cabinets

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5 Installing Ground Cables

Installing Ground Cables for Stacked Cabinets

Step 1

Route ground cables into the power cabinet through the package entry modules of the batter cabinet and power cabinet.

Step 2

Secure the ground cable to the power cabinet ground bar.

Step 3

Route an equipotential ground cable for cabinet stacking into the power cabinet and battery cabinet through the cable hole at the top of the battery cabinet and the package entry module at the bottom of the power cabinet.

Step 4

Connect one end of the equipotential ground cable to the ground bar in the power cabinet, and the other end to the ground bar in the battery cabinet.

The methods of connecting ground cables for stacked cabinets are the same for the TP48200A-HX09A3 and TP48200A-HX09A4.

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Figure 5-1 Installing ground cables for stacked cabinets

Figure 5-1 Installing ground cables for stacked cabinets (1) Ground bar in the power cabinet ----End

(1) Ground bar in the power cabinet

----End

(2) Site ground bar

(3) Ground bar in the battery cabinet

Installing Ground Cables for Cabinets Located Side by Side

Step 1

Route ground cables into the power cabinet through the package entry module in the power cabinet.

Step 2

Secure ground cables to the ground bar in the power cabinet.

Step 3

Route an equipotential ground cable for cabinet combination into the power cabinet and battery cabinet through the package entry modules in the cabinets.

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Step 4

Connect one end of the equipotential ground cable to the ground bar in the power cabinet, and the other end to the ground bar in the battery cabinet.

The methods of connecting ground cables for cabinets located side by side are the same for the TP48200A-HX09A3 and TP48200A-HX09A4.

Figure 5-2 Installing ground cables for cabinets located side by side

Installing ground cables for cabinets located side by side (1) Power cabinet ground bar ----End (2)

(1) Power cabinet ground bar

----End

(2) Site ground bar

(3) Battery cabinet ground bar

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6 Installing Components

6.1 Installing a Rectifier

Prerequisites

Unpack the rectifiers and check that all rectifiers are intact. If the rectifiers are damaged, contact the local Huawei office.

The filler panels on the slot for installing the rectifiers have been removed from the cabinet.

the rectifiers have been removed from the cabinet.  Do not put your hands into rectifier

Do not put your hands into rectifier slots, avoiding electric shocks.

When a rectifier is running, a high temperature is generated around the air exhaust vent at the rear. Do not touch the vent or cover the vent with cables or other objects.

Procedure

Step 1

Remove the screws securing the handle using a Phillips screwdriver, and open the handle.

Step 2

Draw the handle outwards.

Step 3

Put rectifiers into their slots and push the rectifiers into the cabinet, ensuring that all rectifiers are in good contact with the backplane.

Step 4

Close the handle.

Step 5

Reinstall the screws in the handle to secure the handle.

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Figure 6-1 Installing a rectifier

6 Installing Components Figure 6-1 Installing a rectifier ----End 6.2 (Optional) Installing a Lamp Procedure Step

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6.2 (Optional) Installing a Lamp

Procedure

Step 1

Hang a lamp on the right of the rack inside the power cabinet.

Step 2

Remove the panel from the PDU in the power system.

Step 3

Connect the negative lamp cable to the DC output circuit breaker F3 of the PDU.

Step 4

Connect the positive lamp cable to the RTN+ busbar.

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Figure 6-2 Installing a lamp for the TP48200A-HX09A3

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Figure 6-3 Installing a lamp for the TP48200A-HX09A4

Figure 6-3 Installing a lamp for the TP48200A-HX09A4 ----End 6.3 (Optional) Installing a Smoke Sensor Procedure

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6.3 (Optional) Installing a Smoke Sensor

Procedure

Step 1

Step 2

Remove screws that secure the smoke sensor to the interior of the cabinet top. Secure the smoke sensor base to the top of the cabinet by using the removed screws.

base to the top of the cabinet by using the removed screws. Ensure that the switch

Ensure that the switch on the smoker sensor base faces the cabinet door.

Step 3

Secure the smoke sensor to the base, as shown in Figure 6-4.

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Figure 6-4 Installing a smoke sensor

Installing Components Figure 6-4 Installing a smoke sensor Step 4 Connect one end of the signal

Step 4

Connect one end of the signal cable to the smoke sensor and the other end to the SMOKE port on the UIM panel, as shown in Figure 6-5.

Figure 6-5 Connecting the signal cable for the smoke sensor

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6.4 (Optional) Installing a Water Sensor

Procedure

Step 1

Secure a water sensor.

Figure 6-6 Installing a water sensor in the battery cabinet (in stacked scenario)

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Figure 6-7 Installing a water sensor in the power cabinet (in non-stacked scenario)

water sensor in the power cabinet (in non-stacked scenario) Step 2 When installing the water sensor,

Step 2

When installing the water sensor, keep the sensor bottom 5 mm to 10 mm away from the cabinet bottom.

Connect the signal cable for the water sensor to the WATER port on the UIM panel, as shown in Figure 6-8.

Figure 6-8 Connecting the signal cable for the water sensor

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6.5 (Optional) Installing an Ambient Temperature and Humidity Sensor

Procedure

Step 1 Open the cover for the temperature and humidity sensor. Step 2 Connect one
Step 1
Open the cover for the temperature and humidity sensor.
Step 2
Connect one end of the signal cable to the temperature and humidity sensor and the other end
to the TEM-HUM port on the UIM panel, as shown in Figure 6-9.
Figure 6-9 Connecting the signal cable for the temperature and humidity sensor
Step 3
Find the fastener for the temperature and humidity sensor at the left of the cabinet top.
Step 4
Install a temperature and humidity sensor onto the fastener, as shown in Figure 6-10.

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Figure 6-10 Installing a temperature and humidity sensor

Figure 6-10 Installing a temperature and humidity sensor Step 5 Close the cover for the temperature

Step 5

Close the cover for the temperature and humidity sensor. ----End

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

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Guide 7 Installing Cables 7 Installing Cables  Ensure that the upstream AC input circuit breaker

Ensure that the upstream AC input circuit breaker is OFF, and attach labels such as "No operations allowed."

Switch off all circuit breakers before installing cables.

7.1 (Optional) Installing Dry Contact Signal Cables

Procedure

Step 1

Press the contact plate using a flat-head screwdriver to flip the metal spring inside each dry contact.

Step 2

Connect the signal cables to the corresponding dry contacts.

Step 3

Put away the flat-head screwdriver and check that the signal cables are securely connected.

Figure 7-1 Installing a dry contact signal cable

connected. Figure 7-1 Installing a dry contact signal cable (1) Contact plate ----End (2) Dry contact

(1) Contact plate

----End

(2) Dry contact port

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

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7.2 Installing the Communications Cables

7.2.1 WebUI Management

Procedure

Step 1

Connect the FE port on the SMU by using a network cable, as shown in Figure 7-2.

Figure 7-2 Connecting a communications cable (for WebUI management)

Connecting a communications cable (for WebUI management) (1) FE port ----End 7.2.2 NetEco Management Networking Mode

(1) FE port

----End

7.2.2 NetEco Management

Networking Mode 1: over FE Port

Step 1

Connect the FE port on the SMU by using a network cable, as shown in Figure 7-3.

Figure 7-3 Connecting a communications cable (over the FE port)

7-3 Connecting a communications cable (over the FE port) (1) FE port ----End Networking Mode 2:

(1) FE port

----End

Networking Mode 2: over RS485 Port

Step 1

Connect one end of the network cable to the RS485/RS232 port on the SMU.

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

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Step 2

Connect the other end to the MON1 port on the BBU, as shown in Figure 7-4.

Figure 7-4 Connecting a communications cable (over the RS485 port)

7-4 Connecting a communications cable (over the RS485 port) (1) RS485/RS232 port ----End (2) MON1 port

(1) RS485/RS232 port

----End

(2) MON1 port

7.2.3 Third-Party NMS Management (over SNMP)

Procedure

Step 1

Connect the FE port on the SMU by using a network cable, as shown in Figure 7-5.

Figure 7-5 Connecting a communications cable (over SNMP)

. Figure 7-5 Connecting a communications cable (over SNMP) (1) FE port ----End Issue 03 (2014-11-21)

(1) FE port

----End

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

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7.2.4 Connecting to Huawei BBU (over Dry Contacts, M2000 Management)

Procedure

Step 1

Alarm signals are sent over dry contacts. Connect the dry contact signal cable to the EXT-ALM port on the BBU, as shown in Figure 7-6.

Figure 7-6 Connecting the UIM02C and the BBU

Figure 7-6 . Figure 7-6 Connecting the UIM02C and the BBU (1) BBU (2) EXT-ALM1 port

(1) BBU

(2) EXT-ALM1 port

(3) EXT-ALM0 port

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

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TBC300A-TCA2 Installation Guide 7 Installing Cables  In the SRAN site based on the BSC6900, the

In the SRAN site based on the BSC6900, the external alarm port number scope of the two slots is 0 to 7.

In the non-SRAN site based on the BSC6900, the scope is 0 to 15.

In the non-SRAN site based on the BSC6000, the scope is 1 to 16.

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7.2.5 Installing a Communications Cable Between the Battery Cabinet and the Power Cabinet

Procedure

Step 1

Route a communications cable into the battery cabinet and power cabinet through the package entry modules in the cabinets.

Step 2

Connect one end of the communications cable to the COM.IN port on the TCUA in the battery cabinet.

Step 3

Connect the other end of the communications cable to the COM port on the UIM02C in the power cabinet.

The methods of connecting a communications cable to a battery cabinet are the same for the TP48200A-HX09A3 and TP48200A-HX09A4.

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

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Figure 7-7 Installing a communications cables for stacked cabinets

7-7 Installing a communications cables for stacked cabinets Issue 03 (2014-11-21) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential

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Figure 7-8 Installing a communications cables for cabinets located side by side

a communications cables for cabinets located side by side ----End 7.3 Installing DC Output Power Cables

----End

7.3 Installing DC Output Power Cables for the Power Cabinet

Prerequisites

 
 

Switch off all circuit breakers before installing AC power cables.

Procedure

Step 1

Route DC output power cables into the power cabinet through the package entry modules in the battery cabinet and power cabinet.

Step 2

Secure the negative DC output power cable to the corresponding DC output circuit breaker based on the actual load power.

Step 3

Secure the positive DC output power cable to the corresponding screw on the RTN+ busbar.

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

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Figure 7-9 Installing DC output power cables for a power cabinet (TP48200A-HX09A3)

DC output power cables for a power cabinet (TP48200A-HX09A3) (1) Load Issue 03 (2014-11-21) Huawei Proprietary

(1) Load

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

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Figure 7-10 Installing DC output power cables for a power cabinet (TP48200A-HX09A4)

DC output power cables for a power cabinet (TP48200A-HX09A4) (1) Load ----End Issue 03 (2014-11-21) Huawei

(1) Load

----End

TP48200A-HX09A3 & TP48200A-HX09A4 & TBC300A-DCA3 & TBC300A-DCA5 &

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7.4 Installing the TCUA Power Cable

Procedure

Step 1

Route the TCUA power cable into the cabinet through the package entry module.

Step 2

Connect one end of the power cable to the PWR port on the TCUA in the battery cabinet.

Step 3

Secure the negative power cable on the other end to the corresponding DC output circuit breaker.

Step 4

Secure the positive power cable on the other end to the appropriate screws on the RTN+ busbar.