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ZXDU68 T601 (V5.

0R01M01) DC Power System

Document number/version:
SJ-20110104162043-002 / 2011-08-03 (R1.1)

The mapping between the slots and the

System Structure AC input phases are as follows.
(L1) (L2) (L3)
(L1) (L2) (L3) (L1)
Rainproof Sunproof No stacking
SMR 8 SMR 9 SMR 10 SMR 11
(L2) (L3) (L1) (L2) Centralized Supervision Unit
(Model: CSU500A)
1. DC distribution unit
2. Centralized Supervision Unit (CSU500A)
3. ZXD3000 rectifier (11 sets at most) Caution:
4. AC distribution unit 1. If the ventilation holes of the rectifier are covered by
5. BACK board (BACK) film, remove the film, because the ventilation holes cannot
be blocked. Keep good ventilation!
2. Install the rectifiers based on the slot sequence. If you
3 cannot install the rectifiers based on the slot sequence,
install the rectifiers evenly on the phases. Rectifier
Electrical Features (Model: ZXD3000 V5.0)

4 Item Description
Rated AC input voltage 220 V AC to 240 V AC/380 V AC to
415 V AC
Centralized Supervision Unit (CSU) USB interface

AC input mode Three-phase five-w ire mode

Operating Status
(L1/L2/L3/N/PE) Indicator
Operating Alarm
Rated DC output voltage -53.5 V DC normally System halt occurrence

ZXD3000 V5.0 rectifier Maximum output pow er: 3000 W (on the Power Lit Lit Lit
premise that the AC input voltage is in Running Flashing Lit or off -
the range of 176 V AC to 300 V AC)
DC Distribution Unit Alarm Off - Off
Rated output capacity of 33 kW w ith 11 rectifiers in full
(The configuration should be subject to the contract.
the system configuration (The “-“ mark in the table means that the status
This image is for reference only.) of the indicator is not fixed.) Ethernet interface
BATT + Note: For more features, refer to the product description
of the equipment.

2 3 4 5 ZXD3000 Rectifier
Operating Status


LLVD1 Indicator
BLVD Working with Communication Alarm Fault
stable voltage Current limit Sleeping interruption occurrence occurrence
Power Lid Lid Flashing Lid Lid Lid
Running Lid Flashing Off - - Off

1. Working ground busbar (GND) Alarm - - - Flashing Lid -

2. DC output fuses (LLVD1, standard configuration) Fault Off Off Off - - Lid
3. DC surge arrester (DC SPD)
4. DC output breakers (BLVD, standard configuration) (The “-“ mark in the table means that the status of the indicator is not fixed.) QUY button
5. Battery fuses (BATT)
6. DC output breakers (LLVD1 EXT, optional)
7. LLVD1 ON button
8. BLVD ON button
LLVD1 EXT When the system is in the state of LLVD1 or BLVD disconnection, if the CSU is
ineffective despite that the AC recovers and the rectifiers outputs DC power, users
can perform the following steps to manually connect the disconnected branch(es).
7 8 1. Press the LLVD1 ON button to connect the LLVD1 branch to the system. The The calculation formula is as follows:
LLVD1 loads are powered on. Quantity of required rectifiers = (PB + PL )/Maximum output
AC Distribution Unit 2. Because there is no CSU that can limit the output current of the rectifiers, to avoid power of a single rectifier
(This image shows the standard AC input configuration.) high-current charge of the batteries, calculate the quantity of the rectifiers that need Round up the calculation result to the nearest integer.
to work according to the total load power and the power required by the battery
PB (Power required by the battery charge) =
charge. Shut down the abundant rectifiers according to the calculation result. (Note:
Nominal voltage of the battery pack × Rated battery charge
5 Keep three-phase balance.)
3. Press the BLVD ON button to connect the battery branch to the system and For example, PB = 48 V × 0.15C10
charge the batteries. Omit this step if the BLVD disconnection has not occurred.
PL (Load power): Marked on the nameplate of the load
1 1. AC input breaker (AC INPUT)
2. AC surge arresters (AC SPD)
Follow-Up Action: Maximum output power of a single rectifier: 3000 W
AC INPUT 3. AC protection ground busbar (PE) After the CSU works normally, switch on
4. Neutral connection terminals (N) the rectifiers that are shut down.
5. Rectifier breakers (1-11)
3 Note: If the CSU is effective, though the 1. LLVD1 ON button
above steps can force the system to 2. BLVD ON button
power on, the CSU may let the system to
power off again. 1 2

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Faults and Troubleshooting Startup

Monitoring Software
For instructions of the monitoring software, Para.Set (Initial password: 0000) Prerequisite:
refer to the ZXDU58/ZXDU68 CSU500 The equipment has passed the electrical check, and it is qualified for
The following table lists key parameters that need to be checked Fault Sym ptom Probable Cause and Solution
(V1.0) Centralized Supervision Unit debugging.
carefully. Those marked with must be modified according to the actual CSU pow er-on fails, (1) The CSU is not in position. Re-install it.
Operation Manual. application of the system. Wrong parameter settings will cause and the pow er (2) The polarities of the battery packs are reversely connected. Correct it. Steps:
abnormal system running and alarm errors! indicator of the CSU is (3) The battery fuses are not installed or the rectifier breakers are not sw itched 1. Install the battery fuses.
Record the parameter modification in the “Modified” column of the table not on. on.
2. Wait for the CSU to start up. Proceed to the next step after the
Local Set LCD display disorder (1) Re-install the CSU to reset it. CSU displays the main menu.
(2) If the symptom persists, remove the CSU and have it repaired.
Ent Operation Instruction: 3. Switch on the external AC input breaker of the system.
(3) Install a standby CSU and properly set the parameters.
System Time 1. Press Ent to open the parameter modification interface.
4. Switch on the internal AC input breaker of the system.
2. Press ◄ or ► to move the cursor. Press ▲ or ▼ to modify values. Communication (1) Ensure that the communication cable (serial port cable or netw ork cable) is
Network 3. Press Ent to save the modification or press Esc to cancel the interruption w ith the firmly connected to the corresponding communication interface. 5. Switch on the rectifier breakers.
Language modification. monitoring background (2) Ensure that the communication parameters of the CSU are correctly set
6. If any loads need power-on, switch on the DC output breakers or
The system time must be consistent with according to the netw orking requirement.
Parameter List install the DC output fuses that are connected to these loads.
the local time. When IP networking is (3) If the symptom persists, take out the CSU to troubleshoot it.
used, the network settings must meet
Parameter Default Modified
(4) Install a standby CSU and properly set the parameters. Caution: High Leakage!
the networking requirements. Remark: The communication parameters include Port Baudrate, Rem ote IP,
* Batt.Cap. 1 300 Ah Rem ote Port and Device Addr. For specific parameter values, consult your
High current leakage exists during the equipment running.
System The equipment must be well grounded before power-on.
* Batt.Cap. 2 300 Ah netw ork management engineer.
* Batt.Cap. 3 0 Ah CSU crash It can be caused by hardw are or softw are faults of the CSU.
Real Msg.
Ent Load Switch * Batt.Cap. 4 0 Ah (1) Re-install the CSU to reset it. (2) If the symptom persists, take out the CSU to
troubleshoot it. (3) Install a standby CSU and properly set the parameters.
between items * SMR Qty. 11
CSU Msg. CSU The CSU issues an Query the real-time alarm information and take measures accordingly. Steps:
Port Baudrate 9600bps
Battery alarm. 1. Switch to another power supply system to power the loads, or turn off
AC Remote IP 0000. the loads if permitted, to make the system free of loads.
ENV Remote Port 0 Rectifier 2. Switch off the DC output breakers and remove the DC output fuses.
Auto Event Device Addr 1 3. Remove the battery fuses.
Sym ptom Cause and Solution
Float Voltage 53.5V Rectifier pow er-on (1) Ensure that the AC input breaker is sw itched on. 4. Switch off the rectifier breakers.
Out Volt. Batt.Para. Equalized Voltage 56.4V fails, and thus the (2) Ensure that the AC input voltage is w ithin the w orking voltage (80 VAC to 300 5. Switch off the internal AC input breaker of the system.
SMR Msg. Out Curr. Chg.Curr.Coeff. 0.15C10 pow er indicator of the VAC) of the rectifier. 6. Switch off the external AC input breaker (in the AC distribution box of
Internal Temp. rectifier is not on (3) If the fault persists, re-install the rectifier in the current slot or in another slot. the equipment room).
LLVD1 Voltage 45.0V
Running status (4) If the symptom persists, troubleshoot the faulty rectifier.
SMR n LLVD2 Voltage 44.0V
DC PWR.Limit (5) Install a new rectifier in the original slot and set Device Addr. for this new Warning:
Temp.PWR.Limit BLVD Voltage 44.0V rectifier. Be cautious when shutting down the system, because system
AC PWR.Limit LLVD1 Duration 300 Min shutdown will cause power supply interruption to the loads connected.
In Volt. LLVD2 Duration 600 Min Rectifier alarm The cause can be AC input overvoltage or undervoltage, overtemperature, poor
Switch between SMRs In Curr. BLVD Dura. 600 Min load-sharing, or address conflict. The alarm might be caused by surrounding
Turn pages/move the cursor
LLVD1 Capacity 0.60 C10 conditions or the other equipment instead of the rectifier itself. Check the alarm
information through the CSU and take measures accordingly.
Emergency Shutdown
LLVD2 Capacity 0.60 C10
Real Alm. BLVD Capacity 0.60 C10 Steps:
Serial number Rectifier fault The cause can be output overvoltage or overcurrent, faulty fan or blow n output
Occurrence time SMR Para. fuse. 1. Switch off the external AC input breaker of the system.
Ent Alm. n Name Def.Out.Volt. (1) Re-install the rectifier. 2. Remove the battery fuses.
53.5 V
Grade (2) If the symptom persists, have the rectifier repaired.
Relay Def.Curr.Limit 63.5A
(3) Replace the rectifier and set Device Addr. Warning:
Alm.Attr. Emergency shutdown can be performed only in an emergency, such
Grade - as fire or flooding.
His.Record Relay A1-A6
His.Record In-Relay
Ent Maintain Rec. Attr State Close
Stat. Grade Mask
Using a USB Disk to Set Parameters
(Initial password: 0000)
Name -
Preparations: Prepare a USB disk and a computer that can be Warning:
used for editing Excel files. (The capacity of the USB disk should be Do not remove the USB disk during
Ctrl. (Initial password: 0000) no more than 2 GB and the free space of the USB disk should be data transmission. Otherwise, the USB
Batt.Manage Start Float/Equal SMR Query larger than 16 MB.) disk may be damaged.

Ent Start Test Ent Real Msg.

Start Batt.Det
SMR Ctrl. SMR n Real Alm. 1. Insert the USB disk into the USB interface of the Centralized Supervision Unit (CSU).
SMR Sleep Para.Set Device Addr.
2. Select the U-Disk Data Management main menu. (Password is required.)
SMR Waken Ctrl. SMR Sleep
Switch between SMRs 3. Select [Para.Manage All Para.Export] and press Ent to confirm the operation.
Save Ctrl. SMR Waken
Auto Save Ctrl. Turn pages/Move the cursor
NonSave Ctrl. 4. Remove the USB disk after the LCD displays Succeed!
Manual Detect Then, the “syspara.xls” file is generated in the USB disk.
Press the QUY button on a rectifier continuously
GEN Ctrl. for 5 seconds. The SMR Query interface of this 5. Use the computer to edit the “syspara.xls” file. Modify the required parameter values, and
rectifier opens. then save the file.
6 . Import the new parameter values: Insert the USB disk into the USB interface again, and
select [Para.Manage All Para.Import (or Cfg.Para.Import, Run Para.Import)].

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