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Site monitoring unit (SMU)

1.The Weight of theTP48200A: 110 kg (242.55 lb) (excluding the weight of the power supply unit (PSU) and
storage batteries) .
TP48200A 110kg
2. Cabinet dimensions (excluding the base) : 1500 mm x 600 mm x 650 mm (59.06 in. x 23.62 in. x 25.59 in.) (height
x width x depth)
3. Dimensions of the base : 100 mm x 600 mm x 650 mm (3.94 in. x 23.62 in. x 25.59 in.) (height x width x depth)
Socket wrench

Drill holes and install expansion sleeves.

1. The outputs of the TP48200A-H15A1 (TP48200A for short) can be customized. The picture is for reference only.
2. The local cable colors prevail. The cable colors in the figure are for reference only.

Battery temperature sensor

Installing the Cabinet. /
Cable outlet

Power distribution unit (PDU)

Site ground bar

Installing a PGND Cable /
PGND Cable
25 mm2 ( 0.04 in. 2 ) (recommended)
25 mm2

Installing Batteries /
+ - + - + - + -
Installing batteries, pay attention to the positive and negative pole of the battery. Then connecting copper bars or cables .

The battery temperature sensor is installed on the side panel interior by default. If the storage batteries match the battery
temperature sensor, installing the battery temperature sensor on the battery terminal.

Installing the Battery Temperature Sensor /

To battery terminal

To the BTEMP port on the UIM
Installing PSUs /
The rated output current of each PSU is 50 A. The number of PSUs depends on actual capacity requirements for the TP48200A.
1 2 3 4 5
Cable / Cable Diameter and Color /
(s1) Signal cables to dry contacts, Boolean
values, and sensor ports
Not provided /
(s2) RS485, RS232 or Fast Ethernet (FE) cable
RS485/RS232/ FE
Not provided /
(d1) DC Power cable to the primary load

Not provided /
(d2) DC Power cable to the secondary load

Not provided /
(d3) DC Power cable to storage batteries

Cross-sectional area: 25 mm2 (0.04 in.2)

Color: black cable and red cable
25 mm2-
(a1) AC input power cable

Cross-sectional area: 25 mm2 ( 0.04 in.2 ) (recommended)
Not provided
25 mm2
Installing Cables /
(3.94 in.)
540mm(21.26 in.)
(16.67 in.)

Ground busbar

TP48200A-H15A1 V300R001

TP48200A-H15A1 V300R001
Quick Installation Guide
Issue: 02
Date: 2012-12-05

Cabinet Appearance /
Battery rack

Installing the TP48200A /
Fix the installation hole

Spring washer /
Flat washer /
Socket wrench

(0.63 in.)
(2.05 in. ~2.36 in.)
Bolt /
Expansion sleeve

M12 x 60 (4pcs)
Before installation, switch all circuit breakers to the OFF position.
1. Before installing power cables for storage batteries , remove one copper bar or cable from each battery string.

2. Do not bind the AC power cables, DC power cables, signal cables, and communications cable together.

Connect cables in the following sequence: s1 s2 d1 d2 d3 a1
s1 s2 d1 d2 d3 a1
(Optional) Installing signal cables to dry contacts, Boolean values, and sensor ports. /

1. Press the white contact plates slightly using a flat-head screwdriver. Then, insert the two wires on the other end of the
signal cable into the corresponding ports, and pull out the screwdriver to fasten the dry contact signal cable.

2. Connect the sensor cable to the corresponding ports on the monitoring user interface module. ( See the sensor pin
definitions in the TP48200A-H15A1 User Manual.)
All ports in this manual are protected by a security mechanism/
(Optional) Installing the RS232, RS485, or FE Cable / RS232RS485FE
1. When in-band monitoring is required , connect the COM_ 485/232 port on the SMU to the communications equipment
over a cable with an RJ45 connector.
RJ45COM_ 485/232
2. When out-of-band monitoring is required, connect the FE port on the SMU to the communications equipment over a
cable with an RJ45 connector.
Dry contact


Installation hole

Front /
Wall or platformedge


+ - + - + - + -
Space for PSU



Element management

Secondary load

Primary load

d1 d2

Battery circuit

Circuit breaker
of the Socket

Port Type / Silkscreen / Description /
Sensor ports /

TEM_HUM Temperature and humidity sensor /
WATER Water sensor /
TEMP1 Connected to environment temperature sensor
and used for fan speed adjustment

TEMP2 Reserved /
GATE Door status sensor /
SMOKE Smoke sensor /
BTEMP Battery temperature sensor /
Boolean value input ports / DIN1 Boolean value input 1 / 1
DIN2 Boolean value input 2 / 2
DIN3 Boolean value input 3 / 3
DIN4 Boolean value input 4 / 4
DIN5 Boolean value input 5 / 5
DIN6 Boolean value input 6 / 6
Dry contact output ports /

Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can
be modified as required.

ALM1 AC power failure alarm /
ALM2 DC undervoltage alarmor DC overvoltage alarm

ALM3 Rectifier faults alarm /
ALM4 SPD failure alarm/
ALM5 Fuse burn-out alarm /
ALM6 Battery temperature alarms /
ALM7 Door alarms /
ALM8 TCU alarms /
Communication Port / COM RS485/RS232
Verifying the Installation /
SN / Check Item /
The TP48200A is installed properly and the cables are connected properly. (Cables fastened by screws
are not easily removable.)

Cables are arranged neatly and bound properly by using cable ties.

The storage battery is connected properly.

Check for short circuits between the live wire and the ground cable, between the live wire and the neutral
wire, between the RTN+ and the 48 V busbar. Rectify short circuits before powering on the TP48200A.

Powering On and Commissioning the TP48200A /
Troubleshooting /
Trouble Symptoms

Cause and Solution

Communication fail

1. Make sure the communication cable is connected successfully.

2. Make sure the communication parameters is set right, for example IP or host address.
3. Make sure the communication loop between the host and the SMU is normal.

4. After above 3 steps , the trouble still exist, plug the SMU out then plug in to restart the SMU.
5. After above 4 steps , the trouble still exist, change a new one.
The SMU generator an
Query the real time alarminformation or refer to the User Manual.

The PSU is not power on,
the running indicator is off

1. Make sure the AC input circuit breaker is in the ON position.
2. Make sure the AC input voltage is in the range of the PSU working space.
3. After above 2 steps, the trouble still exist, plug the PSU out then plug in to restart the PSU.
4. After above 3 steps , the trouble still exist, change a new one.

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Switch the AC input circuit breaker to the ON position, measure the voltage between L wiring and N wiring terminal .
The voltage must range from200 V to 240 V. The rated voltage is 220 V.
Switch the LLVD and BLVD branches to the ON positions , Measure whether the voltage between RTN+ and the 48 V
check points. The voltage must range from42 V to 58 V. The rated voltage is 53.5 V. Check whether the loads work
normally. If the loads work abnormally, rectify the fault according to the relevant user Manual.

Switch the circuit breakers for the Maintenance socket, AC input, battery route, primary load, and secondary load as

Check whether the EMS can receive the information fromthe power system. If not, check whether the IP address is set
correctly .
Observe the operation of the power system for 15 minutes. If no alarms are generated, and current/voltage parameters
of the storage battery and loads are set properly, then re-install the cover of the distribution unit, lock the door to the
cabinet, give the key of the cabinet door to the customer, and clean the site before leaving.

Measure the voltage across the input ports of AC input circuit breakers. The voltage must range from 200 V to 240 V.
The rated voltage is 220 V. If not, ask professionals to rectify the fault.

To avoid damaging storage batteries, connect mains to the TP48200A only after correctly setting the storage battery
parameters on the SMU.

Switch the AC input circuit breakers to the ON positions. Check whether the voltage between the RTN+ busbar and the
-48 V copper bar are the same as the storage battery voltage and the voltage displayed on the monitoring unit. If not,
ask professionals to rectify the fault.

Setting parameters on the SMU. /
Button / Description /
Allows you to view menu items and set the value of a menu item by pressing or .

Returns to the previous menu without saving the settings of the current menu item.

Enters the main menu from the standby screen, enters a submenu from the main menu, or saves
the settings of a submenu item.
Enter Enter
1. The preset username is admin and the preset password is 001. /admin001
2. After a menu is displayed, the standby screen is displayed and the LCD screen becomes dark if you do not press
any button within 5 minutes.
3. You need to log in again if you do not press any button with 8 minutes. / 8
Main Menu

Second-Level Menu

Third-Level Menu

Default Value


Comm Para

NetEco Main IP / NetEcoIP -
NetEco Bak IP / NetEco IP -
NetEco Port / NetEco 31220

LUI Language / LUI ENGLISH /
Set Time Zone / GMT +0800
Quick Setting

Qty of Battery / - 1
Rated Capacity / - 150Ah
Set Date / - 2000-01-28
Set Time / - -
IP Address / IP - -
Subnet Mask / - -
Gateway / - -
1. Set the NetEco Main IP, NetEco Bak IP, NetEco Port, LUI Language and Set Time Zone according to actual conditions.
NetEcoIP NetEco IP NetEco LUI
2. Set the Qty of Battery, Rated Capacity, Set Date and Set Time according to actual conditions. (Always set Qty of Battery
to 1 and set Rated Capacity to the total capacity of all battery strings.)
3. Obtain the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway fromthe EMS.
Reinstall the removed copper bar or cable of the storage battery. /
Switch the storage battery circuit breakers in the PDU to the ON positions. / ON
Switch the AC input circuit breakers to the OFF positions. / OFF
4. Set battery fuse break alarm "Enable/Disable" status


Third-Level Menu

Fourth-Level Menu

Set Value



Site Summary

Battery Fuse 1 Break/1 Enable battery

fuse blown
alarms for the
branches with
batteries, and
disable battery
fuse blown
alarms for the
without batteries.

Battery Fuse 2 Break/2
Battery Fuse 3 Break/3
Battery Fuse 4 Break/4
Battery Fuse 5 Break/5
Battery Fuse 6 Break/6
Battery Fuse 7 Break/7
Battery Fuse 8 Break/8
Battery Fuse 9 Break/9
Battery Fuse10 Break/10
Battery Fuse 11 Break/11
Battery Fuse 12 Break/12