Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 21

1

Prepare the following tools before the installation:


Installing the Cabinet
1
Installing the Cabinet on the Rack of Storage Batteries
According to actual conditions, use one of the following modes to install the cabinet: installing the cabinet on the rack of
storage batteries, installing the cabinet on the ground, installing the cabinet on the 19-inch open rack, installing the cabinet
on the BTS cabinet. The cabinet must be installed at the place which no more than 3m distance from the DC load.
Move the cabinet to the installation position on the rack of storage batteries.
1
Align the expansion bolt holes on the base in the front of the cabinet with the
installation holes for the bolt holes on the rack of storage batteries.
2
3
Install the rack-mounting ears to the cabinet.
Socket wrench Torque wrench

Installing the Cabinet on the Rack of Storage Batteries Directly
According to actual conditions, use one of the following modes to install the cabinet: installing the cabinet on the rack of
storage batteries directly, installing the cabinet on the rack of storage batteries using conversion board.
12 drill bit
Flat-head screwdriver
(M3M4) Adjustable wrench
Key to cabinet
Percussion drill
Wire stripper Ratchet crimp tool Diagonal pliers Paint brush
Nylon tie
Multimeter
Insulating tape Marking pen Vacuum cleaner Hydraulic pliers Insulating handle Electric knife
Heat gun
Phillips screwdriver
(M3M4)
A-shaped ladder (2 m)
Rack-mounting ears
Operation side
1
2
Fix the bolts into the holes and fasten the bolts. 4

Installing the Cabinet on the Conversion Board
Install the conversion board on the rack of storage batteries.
1
2
Install the rack-mounting ears to the cabinet.
NOTE
The layout of installation holes on the rack of storage bat-
teries varies with the rack model. Align the rst bolt hole
on the base with the bolt hole on the storage rack, and then
install other bolts in the proper holes.
820 mm
(4pcs)
1
2
1025 mm
(4pcs)
Rack-mounting ears
Operation side
3
Installing the Cabinet on the Ground
mm

Determine the installation position of the cabinet, and then mark the positions of the holes to be drilled with a marking pen. 1
820 mm
(4pcs)
Align the expansion bolt holes on the base in the front of the cabinet with the installation holes for the bolt holes on the
conversion board.
3
Fix the bolts into the holes and fasten the bolts. 4
Cabinet outline
316
450
Installation hole
4- 10
1
2
1025 mm
(4pcs)
Rack-mounting ears
Operation side
4
mm

Drill holes at the hole positions, feed expansion bolts into the holes, and then secure (hammer and then tighten) the
expansion bolts.
2
Install the rack-mounting ears to the cabinet. Place the cabinet on the expansion bolts, and then tighten the bolts. 3
Unitmm
52-60
12
860 mm
(4pcs)
Nut
Spring washer
Flat washer
Expansion tube
Expansion
trough
Cone-head
bolt
Installation hole
Rack-mounting ears
5
Installing the Cabinet on the 19-inch Open Rack (IMU)
mm

Fix the rack-mounting ears into the bolt holes at both sides of the cabinet. Ensure that the base of the rack-mounting ears.
install direction faces the front of the cabinet
1
Determine the installation position of the cabinet on the 19-inch open rack, and then install the 6 oating nuts at the holes
for bolts. The recommended installation height of the cabinet is 1.5 m. The actual installation height of the cabinet must be
determined according to the stature of installation personnel and installation requirements.
2
Floating nut
3
Side of the cabinet
2
6
mm

Move the cabinet to the installation position of the 19-inch open rack, and then install the cabinet on the open rack.
4
CAUTION
A minimum of three persons are required for safe installation on the 19-inch open rack.
Otherwise, the cabinet may fall and cause injury.
612 mm
(4pcs)
3
7
Installing the Cabinet on the BTS Cabinet
1
Install the conversion board on BTS cabinet. 2
Install the rack-mounting ears to the cabinet.
Align the expansion bolt holes on the base in the front of the cabinet with the installation holes for the bolt holes on the
conversion board.
3
Fix the bolts into the holes and fasten the bolts. 4
1
Rack-mounting ears
Operation side
2
1025 mm
(2pcs)
612 mm
(4pcs)
612 mm
(4pcs)
8

Installing the PGND Cables
2
Unlock and open the cabinet door, and then remove the cover plate of the cable window on the top of the cabinet. 1
Lead the PGND cables into the cabinet through the cable window, and then route the cables along the panels of the cabinet. 2
DC output positive wiring busbar
Load power-off MCB
Transfer copper bar
N-terminal
Monitoring module
Negative pole of the battery
The protection MCB on the battery
AC input MCB
Rectifier module
Earthing busbar of the cabinet
AC surge protector
DC output positive wiring busbar
Load power-off fuse
Transfer copper bar
N-terminal
Monitoring module
Negative pole of the battery
The protection MCB on the battery
AC input MCB
Rectifier module
Earthing busbar of the cabinet
AC surge protector
Cover plate
NOTE
According to actual conditions, use one of the following modes to install the cabinet.:load power-off tributary using fuse, load power-off tributary using MCB.
Scenario1: load power-off tributary using fuse
Scenario2: load power-off tributary using MCB
9
Connect the PGND cables to the earthing busbar. 3
Bind the PGND cables. 4
4
4
3
3
The earthing busbar
Use an insulating handle to remove battery fuses and load power-off fuses.
5
Use an insulating handle to remove battery fuses and set the load power-off
MCB to OFF .
CAUTION
The PGND cables, AC cables, DC cables, signal cables, and
communication cables must be bound separately.
4
4
3
3
The earthing busbar
Scenario1: load power-off tributary using fuse
Scenario2: load power-off tributary using MCB
Scenario1: load power-off tributary using fuse
Scenario2: load power-off tributary using MCB
10

Installing the AC Input Cables
3
The cabinet supports the single-phase and three-phase AC input cables, which must be installed in different ways.
Mode 1: To install the single-phase AC input lines, perform the following steps:
a) Connect the neutral line to the N-terminal.b) Install the copper bar on the AC input MCB. c) Connect live line to the copper bar.
1
Mode 2: To install the three-phase AC input lines, perform the following steps:
a) Connect the neutral line to the N-terminal.
b) Connect the U-phase, V-phase, and W-phase lines to the AC input MCB.
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Scenario1: AC input MCB using 3-pole MCB
Scenario2: AC input MCB using 4-pole MCB
To install the three-phase AC input lines, perform the following steps: Connect the N-phase, U-phase, V-phase, and
W-phase lines to the AC input MCB.
U V W N
a
c
b
Input copper bar Live line Neutral line
N-terminal
b
a
Neutral line
N-terminal
11
The cabinet supports the single-phase and three-phase AC input cables, which must be installed in different ways.
Mode 1: To install the single-phase AC input lines, perform the following steps:
a) Connect the neutral line to the N-terminal.b) Install the copper bar on the AC input MCB. c) Connect live line to the copper bar.

Installing the DC Output Cables
4
Insert the 48 V DC output cable into the output port on the battery protection MCB. 1
Loosen the bolt on the top of the load power-off fuse, connect the 48 V output cable to the bolt, use torque wrench to tighten
the bolt, force moment as 10 Nm.
2
Install the plastic protection plate. 2
Bind the AC input cable to the nearest bundling tie. 3
Connect the 0 V output cable to the DC output positive wiring busbar. 3
Bind the DC output cables on the cable window. Ensure that the DC output cables are separated from other cables. 4
Load power-off tributary using fuse
DC output distribution can be customized.
Insert the 48 V DC output cable into the output port on the battery protection MCB. 1
Connect the 0 V output cable to the DC output positive wiring busbar. 2
Bind the DC output cables on the cable window. Ensure that the DC output cables are separated from other cables. 3
Scenario1: load power-off tributary using fuse
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Scenario2: load power-off tributary using MCB
CAUTION
1. The force moment of tightening the bolt must less than 10 Nm.
2. The signal cables must be installed in the front of the 48 V cables.
1
2
3
2 3
Plastic protection plate
12
Loosen the bolt on the top of the base of the battery negative-pole access fuse, connect the 48 V input cables to the bolt,
and use torque wrench to tighten the bolt, force moment as 10 Nm.
2
Connect the of the storage battery to the DC output positive wiring busbar. 1
Arrange the output cables, and then use a nylon bundling tape to bind the cables to the bundling tie at the rear of the cable
window.
3

Installing the Power Cables of the Storage Battery
5
Insert the removed fuses into the corresponding positions. 4
1
2
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Loosen the bolt on the top of the base of the battery negative-pole access fuse, connect the 48 V input cables to the bolt,
and use torque wrench to tighten the bolt, force moment as 10 Nm.
2
Connect the of the storage battery to the DC output positive wiring busbar. 1
Arrange the output cables, and then use a nylon bundling tape to bind the cables to the bundling tie at the rear of the cable
window.
3
Insert the removed fuses into the corresponding positions. 4
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Scenario1: load power-off tributary using fuse
Load power-off tributary using fuse
Scenario2: load power-off tributary using MCB
CAUTION
1. Ensure that the signal cables are installed in the front of the battery negative-pole input cable and that the battery protection MCB is set to OFF.
2. When installing a fuse for the load storage batteries, ensure that the bare metal part of the screwdriver does not touch the positive bus and the fuse
wiring terminal, otherwise a short circuit may be caused.
3.The force moment of tightening the bolt must less than 10 Nm
1
4
2
Battery negative-pole
Battery positive-pole
13

Installing the Dry Contact Signal Cables
and Communication Cables (Optional)
6
1
4
2
Battery negative-pole
Battery positive-pole
NOTE
1. The use of the dry contact signal cables and communication cables is scenario-specic.According to actual requirements, determine the dry contact
signal cables and communication cables to be installed before installation.
2. Functions of dry contact points.
J13, J14, J4-J10 are nine dry contact sockets on the monitoring back plane. Status, Status1, Status2 are three circuits for the input of the detection signals
of the diesel generator. Ctrl1 and Ctrl2 are two circuits for the output of the control signals of the diesel generator. ALM1-ALM7 are seven circuits for the
output of the alarm signals of the diesel generator. Each circle represents the corresponding wiring terminal. The black circles are the common terminals
of the constant-enabled ports and constant-disabled ports on the relays.NC represents constant-disabled port and NO represents constant-enabled port.
By default, the output of the dry contact is set to OFF. That is, the dry contact is closed when the system is working properly, and the dry contact is discon-
nected when alarms are generated.
CAUTION
1. Ensure that the signal cables are installed in the front of the battery
negative-pole input cable and that the battery protection MCB is set to
OFF.
2. When installing a fuse for the load storage batteries, ensure that the
bare metal part of the screwdriver does not touch the positive bus and the
fuse wiring terminal, otherwise a short circuit may be caused.
3.The force moment of tightening the bolt must less than 10 Nm
Alarm Type Default Function Description
AC power-off alarm
DC input overvoltage and undervoltage
Power supply system fault alarm
Surge protector failure alarm
Fuse disconnection alarm
Battery protection
Standby dry contact output 1
Control for the diesel generator 1
Control for the diesel generator 2
Detection for the running
status of the diesel generator
Detection for the start/stop
control signals of diesel generator 1
Detection for the start/stop
control signals of diesel generator 2
AC input power-cut alarmport (AC Fail)
DC input undervoltage alarmport (DC Low)
Rectifier module fault alarmport (PSU Fail)
Surge protector alarmport (SPD Fail)
Fuse disconnection alarmport (Fuse Alarm)
Battery low-voltage isolation disconnection alarmport (Batt.LVD)
Reserved dry contact 1 (Reserve 1)
Port for starting and stopping the Generator 1
Port for detecting the running status of the diesel generator
Port for starting and stopping the Generator 2
Port for detecting the start.stop signals of diesel generator 1
Port for detecting the start.stop signals of diesel generator 2
ALM1
ALM2
ALM3
ALM4
ALM5
ALM6
ALM7
Ctrl1
Ctrl2
Status
Status1
Status2
1 2
14
Lead the dry contact signal cables and communication cables into the cabinet through the cable window, and then route the
cables along the panels of the cabinet.
1
According to the actual installation requirements, use a at-head screwdriver to prop up the white contact plates to have
the metal dome sheets in the ports spring up. Insert two wires on the other end of the signal cable into the dry contact
points, and pull out the screwdriver to fasten the signal cable.
2
According to the actual installation requirements, insert the communication cables into the RJ45 ports on the monitoring
backplane.
3
Bind the dry contact signal cables and communication cables on the cable window separately, and then route all the
cables to the distribution frame.
4
White contact plate
Dry contact point
Communication cable
1 2
15

Checks After the Installation
7
Ensure that the cabinet and cables are secure. 1
According to the connecting diagram, ensure that the cables are installed properly by sight or with a multimeter and that the
live line, earth line, and neutral line are not short-circuited.Ensure that the 0 V cable and 48 V cable are not short-circuited.
2
Ensure that the AC input MCB and battery power-off MCB is set to ON.Check whether the MCBs and fuses are not dam-
aged with a multimeter and replace the damaged MCBs or fuses.
3
Ensure that the cabinet door is closed and locked. 5
Check whether paint on the surface of the cabinet is improper and repaint the surface of the cabinet where paint falls off. 6

Power-on Testing
8
Press "" or "" to select the required language and then press "Enter" to view the standby interface. 1
a
Conducting a power-on test
b
Setting the monitoring system
Power on TP48300/A power system.
Cut the cover plate of the cable window on the top of the cabinet according to the cabling conditions, and then place the cover
plate back to its original position.
4
NOTE
1. The position of the CPMU01 monitoring module, operating keyboard, and status indicator are shown in the following gure.
2. When the TP48300/A power system is working properly and communicate with the main equipment, the ALM indicator on the CPMU01 does not light and the
RUN ash slowly. When the TP48300/A power system is working properly and the TP48300/A power system does not communicate with the main equipment,
the ALM indicator on the CPMU01 does not work and the RUN indicator is ON.
When the TP48300/A power system has serious alarms, the ALM indicator on the CPMU01 is ON and the buzzer sounds. For details, see the TP48300/A power
system Maintenance Guide.
3. When the system is in standby mode, press "" and "Enter" at the same time to reduce the contrast of the LCD or press "" and "Enter" at the same time to
increase the contrast of the LCD.
4. Before setting the CPMU01 menu, press "" or "" to select options and congure values.Press "Enter" to enter the main menu when the system is standby. On
the main menu, press "Enter" to view the submenu, and save the conguration by pressing "Enter" on the submenu.Press Cancel to undo the operation and return
to the upper menu without saving the conguration.
5. The PMU does not generate any alarm. When the current interface is not the main menu, the LCD goes dark ve minutes later if you do not press any button,
and the main menu is displayed eight minutes later if you do not press any button.
6. -On the System Control interface, you can access the system with the user password, engineer password, or administrator password.3. On the Engineer Ad-
vanced Setting interface, you can access the system with the engineer password or administrator password.The user password and engineer password are 0# and
CAUTION
Do not power on the DC load before the storage batteries parameter is correctly
set on the CPMU01 , otherwise, it will cause damage to storage batteries.
English

16
When the system is in standby mode, press "Enter" to view the main menu. On the main menu, press "" or "" to select
"Setting" and then press "Enter" for setting parameters.
2
Press "" on the Parameter Setting interface, press "Batt Settings" to view the Battery Parameter Setting interface and then
press "Batt Slection" to view the Battery Parameter Setting interface.
3
Settings
DC Settings
Batt Settings
AMB. Settings
Batt Settings
Batt Selection
LVD Setting
Charge
Batt Selection
Batt String1
Cap.165Ah
Cap.20Ah
Press "" to select battery parameters and then press "Enter". According to actual conditions, press "" or "" to select
0 (without storage batteries) or 1 (with storage batteries), and then press "Enter" to save the conguration.Press "" to
select "Cap.1" or "Cap.2" and then press "Enter". According to actual conditions, press "" or "" to adjust the value
(30 to 1000 Ah) and then press "Enter" to save the conguration.
4
Batt Selection
Batt String1
Cap.165Ah
Cap.20Ah
Batt Selection
Batt String1
Cap.165Ah
Cap.20Ah
Press "Cancel" to return to the Battery Parameter Setting menu, and then press "" to select "Temp Coeff". On the Battery
Temperature Setting menu, press "" to select "Low Temp Alarm" and then press "Enter" to set the parameter. According to
actual conditions, press "" or "" to adjust the value of "Low Temp Alarm" and then press "Enter" to save the conguration.
On Battery Temperature Setting menu, press "" to select "High Temp Alarm" and then press "Enter" to set the parameter.
According to actual conditions, press "" or "" to adjust the value of "High Temp Alarm" and then press "Enter" to save the
conguration.
5
Temp Comp Basis
Batt 1
Temp Comp
800mV/
Batt Settings
Batt Test
Temp coeff
Low Temp Alarm
0
High Temp Alarm
50
Low Temp Alarm
0
High Temp Alarm
50
Press "Cancel" to return to the Setting menu, and then select "System Setting" to set the date and time.Press "" to select
"Date", and then press "Enter" to set the date.Press "" to adjust the date and then press "Enter" to save the conguration.
Use the same method to set the time.
6
Setting
System Settings
Alarm Settings
AC Settings
Address0
TextEnglish
Comm ModeModem
Band9600
Date
2008-08-08
Time
09:10
Date
2008-08-08
Time
09:10
After you congure all the parameters, press "Cancel" to return to the standby interface. 7
2008-08-06
53.6VDC 227VAC
Load: 0.2A
Batt0.0A
2008-08-06
53.6VDC 227VAC
Load0.2A
Batt0.0A
MAIN MENU
Status
Maintenance
Settings
17
c
Monitoring Menu Structure
Appendix 1
Main menu
Running information System control Parameter setting
Module information
Current alarm
History alarm
Battery test result
Version disply
Module ID
Output voltage
Output current
Current limit
Status
Major alarm
Minor alarm
Alarm SN
Alarm severity
Alarm name
Generation time
Alarm SN
Alarm severity
Alarm name
Generation time
Alarm SN
Alarm severity
Alarm name
Generation time
End time
Control
Mode
Start
Modules 1-6
Automatic
Manual
Floating
charging
Password
modification
Parameter
initialize
Standard test
Quick test
End test
Equalized
charging
On
Off
System
parameter
setting
Address
Language
Communication on mode
Baud rate
Date
Time
Load current divider
Display contrast
Engineer
advanced
setting
System type
Dormant permit
Alarm
parameter
setting
Alarm severity
Alarm type
Severity
Alarm control
parameter
Alarm sound
Clearing of
history alarms
Relay relate
Digital alarm
Alarm type
Relate relay
AC parameter
setting
Overvoltage
Undervoltage
DC parameter
setting
Overvoltage
Undervoltage
Battery
parameter
setting
Environment
parameter
setting
High limit
Low limit
High temperature
Low temperature
DG parameter
setting
Generator enable
Output power
DOD
High-TEMP switch-off
DG switch-on temperature
DG switch-off temperature
Air-conditioner
parameter
setting
Type
Power
Appendix 2
18
d
CPMU01 Menu Reference
Appendix 2
Charging parameter
Battery parameter
Power-off parameter
Battery string
Capacity
Installation date
Load power-off permit
Load power-off voltage
Battery power-off permit
Battery power-off voltage
Floating charging
Equalized charging
equalized charing period
Charging current limit
Battery parameter setting
Battery test
Auto test
Short test
Auto test permit
Start test period
Test end voltage
Test time
Test delay
Test end voltage
Test time
Battery temperature factor
TEMP compensate basis
TEMP compensate factor
High-TEMP power-off permit
High-TEMP power TEMP
TEMP alarm lower limit
TEMP alarm upper limit
Upper limit
Lower limit
19
Main Menu
Second-Level
Menu
third-Level
Menu
Fourth-Level
Menu
Paremeter Value
Address 0
Text English
Comm Mode Modem
Band 9600
Date 2001-01-01
Time 00:00
Load Shunt Yes
Disp Contrast 3
Modify PWD None
Init Para No
System Type TP48300/A
System
Setting
Eng Setting
Rect Sleep No
AC ON/OFF Serious
Serious
Serious
Serious
Serious
Serious
Serious
Serious
Serious
Serious
Serious
AC Volt Low/High Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
DC Volt Low/High
Load Off Alarm
Batt Off Alarm
Batt Fuse Alarm
Temp1 Alarm
Humidity Alarm No Alarm
Batt Temp Alarm
Door Alarm
Water Alarm
Smoke Alarm
Rect Fail
Rect Protect
Rect Comm Fail
Charge Curr High
DC SPD Alarm
AC SPD Alarm
Wire Alarm
Generator Fail
Alarm Level
Load Fuse Alarm
Alarm Type High
Digital Alarm Digital 1
Set Alarm Name Switch 1
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Setting
Alarm Setting
Alarm Control
Audible Alarm Yes
Clr Hist Alarm No
20
AC OFF
1
Setting
Alarm Setting Relay Relate
Gnerator
No
12.5kW
30%
Yes
45
29
280V
AC Setting
180V
58.0V
DC Setting
45.0V
1
400Ah
0Ah
Batt Setting
2001-1-1
No
Yes
44.0V
LVD Setting
43.0V
53.5V
56.5V
60 days
Charge
0.10C10
Disch Test
120 days
1.9V
Auto Test

10 hours
45.0V
Batt Test
Short Test
60 min
Batt 1
80mV/
No
53
0
50
Batt Setting
Temp Coeff
AMB Setting
80
-20
80
-20
50
Alarm
Relate Relay
Generator Enable
Output Power
Discharge Depth
High Temp OFF
Start Temp
OFF Temp
Over Volt
Over Volt
Under Volt
Under Volt
Batt String
Cap 1
Cap 2
Install Date
LLVD Enable
BLVD Enable
LLVD
BLVD
Float
Boost
Cyc BC Duration
Curr Limit
Auto Test Enable
Cycle
Test End Volt
Test Dlay
Duration
Test End Volt
Duration
Temp Comp Basis
Temp Comp
BHTD Enable
BHTD Temp
Low Temp Alarm
High Temp Alarm
Upper Limit
Lower Limit
Upper Limit
Lower Limit
High Alarm
Low Alarm 0
Main Menu
Second-Level
Menu
third-Level
Menu
Fourth-Level
Menu
Paremeter Value
21
Main Menu
Second-Level
Menu
third-Level
Menu
Fourth-Level
Menu
Paremeter Value
Type Single-Phase
Power 1.0kW
Setting
Status
Maintance
Air-condition
Major Alarm
Common Alarm
Auto
Mgmt Mode
Manual
FC
Std Test
Quick Test
End Test
Start
BC
ON
Rect1
Rect1
Rect2
Rect3
Rect4
Rect5
Rect6
Batt Test Result
Version Disply
No Record
V100R001C01********
*
*
Rectifiers
History Alarm
Active Alarm

Оценить