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APM30
V100R004C01

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01

Date

2008-07-11

Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

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About This Document


Author
Prepared by

Huang Changhua

Date

2008-07-02

Reviewed by

Hu Fang, Gao Jisheng, Li Junjie,


Wen Chengwei

Date

2008-07-10

Approved by

Date

Organization
This document describes the features and specifications of the APM30 power cabinet, APM30
transmission cabinet, and AMP30 battery cabinet.
This document is organized as follows:
Chapter

Description

1Overview of the APM30

Introduces the background and positioning of the


APM30 in the WCDMA system.

2Key Benefits

Describes the functions, installation modes,


environmental adaptability, and maintainability of the
APM30.

3Introduction to the APM30


Products

Describes the appearance, structure, and functions of


the AMP30.

4Technical Specifications

Describes the performance specifications and


engineering specifications of the APM30.

5Typical Applications of the


APM30

Describes the typical application scenarios of the


APM30.

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Document
Version

Change Description

Date

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This is the initial


commercial release.

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Changhua

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Contents
1 Overview of the APM30.................................................................................................................7
1.1 Background..............................................................................................................................................................7
1.2 Positioning...............................................................................................................................................................7

2 Key Benefits....................................................................................................................................8
2.1 Functions.................................................................................................................................................................8
2.2 Installation Modes...................................................................................................................................................8
2.3 Environmental Adaptability.....................................................................................................................................8
2.4 Maintainability.........................................................................................................................................................9

3 Introduction to the APM30 Products..........................................................................................10


3.1 APM30...................................................................................................................................................................10
3.1.1 Appearance and Structure................................................................................................................................10
3.1.2 Functions..........................................................................................................................................................11
3.1.3 Ports.................................................................................................................................................................15
3.2 Battery Cabinet (BBC)..........................................................................................................................................16
3.2.1 Appearance and Structure................................................................................................................................16
3.2.2 Functions.........................................................................................................................................................17
3.3 Transmission Cabinet (TMC)................................................................................................................................17
3.3.1 Appearance and Structure................................................................................................................................17
3.3.2 Functions.........................................................................................................................................................19

4 Technical Specifications...............................................................................................................20
4.1 Electrical Specifications........................................................................................................................................20
4.1.1 Electrical Specifications of the APM30...........................................................................................................20
4.1.2 Electrical Specifications of the Transmission Cabinet....................................................................................22
4.2 Engineering Specifications....................................................................................................................................23
4.2.1 Engineering Specifications of the APM30......................................................................................................23
4.2.2 Engineering Specifications of the Transmission Cabinet................................................................................24
4.2.3 Engineering Specifications of the Battery Cabinet..........................................................................................25

5 Typical Applications of the APM30.............................................................................................26


5.1 Applications in the Distributed Base Station.........................................................................................................26
5.1.1 Power Backup with Built-in Batteries.............................................................................................................26
5.1.2 Power Backup with External Battery Cabinet.................................................................................................27

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5.2 Applications in the Separated Base Station...........................................................................................................28
5.3 Capacities of the Backup Power............................................................................................................................29

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Overview of the APM30

1.1 Background
To implement easy, flexible, and convenient power distribution for Huawei separated base
stations and distributed base stations, to enable the BBU and transmission equipment of the
operators to adapt to adverse environment, and to provide backup power for the separated
base stations and distributed base stations, Huawei has introduced the APM30.

1.2 Positioning
The APM30 provides a comprehensive solution for distributed base stations and separated
base stations in terms of power distribution, surge protection, installation of the BBU and
transmission equipment, layout of the transmission cables, and DC power backup. The rollout
of the APM30 meets the requirements of fast network construction.

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Key Benefits

2.1 Functions
The APM30 provides distributed base stations and separated base stations with the -48 V DC
power and backup power from batteries. The APM30 provides space for the installation of the
BBU and transmission equipment. In addition, the APM30 performs the functions such as
battery management, monitoring and communication of the power system, surge protection,
and temperature control.
The auxiliary equipment of the APM30 is the transmission cabinet and battery cabinet, which
provide the following functions:

The transmission cabinet provides a space of 11 U for user devices.

The battery cabinet provides backup power of up to 48 V 184 Ah.

2.2 Installation Modes


The APM30 cabinet is small and light. It can be installed on a rooftop, on the concrete floor,
on a pole, on an overhead platform, or on a wall.
The external cables of the APM30 are simple and easy to install.

2.3 Environmental Adaptability

In structural design, the APM30 can protect itself from the damage caused by water,
moisture, mould, corrosion, and theft. The open holes in the exterior of the APM30
cabinet help prevent the entry of foreign objects into the cabinet. The APM30 is highly
adaptable to outdoor applications.

The APM30 can protect the AC/DC power supply against lightning stroke. It can be
installed on a rooftop or on a mountain top where lightning strokes frequently occur.

The built-in rectifier of the APM30 can work within a wide range of input AC voltages.
The input voltage ranges from 176 V AC to 280 V AC, corresponding to the rated power
of the rectifier.

The APM30 can properly control the internal temperature and work at a temperature
ranging from -40 to +50.

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2.4 Maintainability
The cables are led out of the APM30 from the cabinet bottom. You can replace faulty parts,
maintain the external ports, and connect the cables from the front of the APM30. The rectifier
and the monitoring module are hot-swappable. Therefore, the maintenance of the APM30 is
easy and convenient.

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Introduction to the APM30 Products

3.1 APM30
3.1.1 Appearance and Structure
Figure 1.1 shows the APM30.
Figure 1.1 APM30

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Figure 1.2 shows the internal structure of the APM30.


Figure 1.2 Internal structure of the APM30

(1) APMI board


(5) PDU (2U)

(2) Fan unit


(6) Space for user devices (7 U)

(3) AFMU board


(7) Terminal block for the
negative poles of the
batteries

(4) Power subrack (3 U)


(8) Terminal block for
the positive poles of the
batteries

3.1.2 Functions
The APM30 provides distributed base stations and separated base stations with the -48 V DC
power and backup power from batteries. It has space for the installation of the BBU and
transmission equipment. In addition, the APM30 performs the functions such as battery
management, monitoring and communication of the power system, surge protection, and
temperature control, as shown in Figure 1.1.

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Figure 1.1 Functions of the APM30


Function

Description

Remarks

Providing space
for user devices

The APM30 cabinet provides a space of 5 U to 7 U for


user devices.

Mandatory

Without batteries, the APM30 provides a space of 7 U


for user devices.

With 48 V 24 Ah batteries, the APM30 provides a


space of 5 U for user devices.

The APM30 cabinet can house two 48 V 12 Ah battery


groups, which equals a 48 V 24 Ah battery group. The
battery group supplies power to the distributed base
station for a short period of time.

When connected to a battery cabinet, the APM30


cabinet can supply power of up to 48V 184 Ah.

The PSUs convert the input AC mains into -48 V DC


power.

The PSU is hot-swappable.

The PMU manages the PSUs and the charging and


discharging of the batteries.

The PMU has the RS485 and dry contact alarm ports
for remote control and attendance-free monitoring.

The PMU supports the battery low voltage disconnect


(BLVD) and load low voltage disconnect (LLVD)
functions.

The PMU is hot-swappable.

The APM30 provides an AC/DC built-in power system


that supports three AC input modes through the
configurations of different power distribution boxes.
The three AC input modes are 220 V single-phase, 110
V dual-live-wire, and 220 V three- phase.

The APM30 provides two AC outputs.

Surge protection
on the power and
signal ports

The APM30 provides surge protection on the AC and


DC power ports.

In the APM30, the surge protection circuit is designed


for the monitoring, alarm, and communication ports. In
this way, the APM30 provides safe and reliable surge
protection and inductive lightning protection.

Heat dissipation

The power cabinet combines a breathable film and fans


to enable good adaptation to the ambient temperature.

Grounding

The grounding bus of the cabinet and the PGND cables


of the surge protector and other devices are all connected
to the grounding bar of the APM30 cabinet.

DC power
distribution

The APM30 uses different PDUs for DC power


distribution according to different scenarios and AC
input modes. For details, see Figure 1.2.

Providing backup
power

Providing PSUs

Providing a PMU

AC power
distribution

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Optional

Mandatory

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Figure 1.2 describes the DC power distribution functions of the APM30.


Figure 1.2 DC power distribution functions of the APM30
Scenario

AC Input
Mode

Type of the
Power
Distribution
Box

DC
Output

DC
Power
Supply
Unit

DC
Output
Terminal

Specific
ations
of the
MCB

Quantity
of the
MCB

Remarks

Distributed
base
stations

Three-phase,
220 V AC/380
V AC

PDU-01

Six
LLVD
outputs

RRU

LOAD4
to
LOAD9

20 A

Six 20 A
MCBs
control six
DC
outputs
respective
ly to
supply
power to
six to 12
RRUs.

Four
BLVD
outputs

BBU

LOAD3

12 A

One 12 A
MCB
controls
one DC
output to
supply
power to
the BBU.

AFMU

LOAD2

12 A

One 12 A
MCB
controls
one DC
output to
supply
power to
the
AFMU.

TM

LOAD0,
LOAD1

4A

Two 4 A
MCBs
control
two DC
outputs to
supply
power to
the builtin
transmissi
on
equipment
.

Single-phase,
220 V AC

110 V AC
dual-live-wire

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Scenario

AC Input
Mode

Type of the
Power
Distribution
Box

DC
Output

DC
Power
Supply
Unit

DC
Output
Terminal

Specific
ations
of the
MCB

Quantity
of the
MCB

Remarks

Separated
base
stations

Three-phase,
220 V AC/380
V AC

PDU-02

Four
LLVD
outputs

RFU

LOAD7
to
LOAD9

30 A

Three 30
A MCBs
control
three DC
outputs
respective
ly to
supply
power to
the RF
cabinet.
Each
MCB
supports
three
RFUs.

Reserved

LOAD6

30 A

One 30 A
MCB
controllin
g one DC
output is
reserved.

BBU

LOAD5

12 A

One 12 A
MCB
controls
one DC
output to
supply
power to
the BBU.

AFMU

LOAD4

12 A

One 12 A
MCB
controls
one DC
output to
supply
power to
the
AFMU.

Single-phase,
220 V AC

110 V AC
dual-live-wire

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PDU-04

Six
BLVD
outputs

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Scenario

AC Input
Mode

Type of the
Power
Distribution
Box

DC
Output

DC
Power
Supply
Unit

DC
Output
Terminal

Specific
ations
of the
MCB

Quantity
of the
MCB

Remarks

TM

LOAD0
to
LOAD3

4A

Two 4 A
MCBs
control
four DC
outputs to
supply
power to
the builtin
transmissi
on
equipment
.

3.1.3 Ports
Figure 1.3 describes the ports on the APM30.
Figure 1.3 Ports on the APM30 for external connections
Port Type

Description

AC power input port

When configured with different power distribution boxes,


the APM30 supports three AC input modes: 220 V singlephase, 220 V three-phase, and 110 V dual-live-wire.

AC power output port

The APM30 provides two AC outputs, supplying power to


the heating film or heater.

DC power output port

The APM30 provides 11 DC outputs, of which one DC


output supplies power to the batteries.

Grounding port for the


cabinet

The APM30 provides eight M8 grounding terminals.

RS485 communication port

The AMP30 has an RS485 communication port.

Optical coupling alarm


output port

The APM30 provides one optical coupling alarm output for


reporting fault alarms related to the breathable film
monitoring system.

Cable hole for the E1 cables


or optical cables of user
devices

The APM30 has four cable holes at the bottom of the


cabinet for leading the cables out of the cabinet.

Cable hole for the


transmission optical cables
or IF cables

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3.2 Battery Cabinet (BBC)


3.2.1 Appearance and Structure
The battery cabinet is similar to the APM30 in appearance. The APM30 can be stacked on the
battery cabinet. Figure 1.1 shows the APM30 battery cabinet.
Figure 1.1 APM30 battery cabinet

Figure 1.2 shows the internal structure of the APM30 battery cabinet.

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Figure 1.2 Internal structure of the APM30 battery cabinet

(1) Wiring terminal for the


heat exchanger DC input

(6) Terminal block for the


positive poles of the
battery group

(2) Left cable hole


for external cables
at the bottom of the
cabinet
(7) Terminal block
for the negative
poles of the battery
group

(3) Right cable hole


for external cables
at the bottom of the
cabinet
(8) Right cable hole
for external cables
at the top of the
cabinet

(4) Copper busbar for


the negative poles of
the battery group

(5) MCB for the negative


poles of the battery group

(9) Cable hole for


internal cables when
another cabinet is
stacked on the battery
cabinet

(10) Left cable hole at the


top of the cabinet for
external cables when
another cabinet is stacked on
the battery cabinet

3.2.2 Functions
Housing 48 V 50 Ah or 48 V 92 Ah battery groups, the battery cabinet can be used with the
APM30 to meet the requirements of distributed base stations and separated base stations for
power backup over a relatively long period.

By combining two 48 V 50 Ah battery groups, the APM30 provides 48 V 100 Ah backup


power.

By combining two 48 V 92 Ah battery groups, the APM30 provides 48 V 184 Ah backup


power.

3.3 Transmission Cabinet (TMC)


3.3.1 Appearance and Structure
The transmission cabinet is similar to the APM30 in appearance. Figure 1.1 shows the APM30
transmission cabinet.

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Figure 1.1 APM30 transmission cabinet

Figure 1.2 shows the internal structure of the APM30 transmission cabinet.
Figure 1.2 Internal structure of the APM30 transmission cabinet

(1) DCDU module

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(2) APMI board

(3) Fan
unit

(4) AFMU board

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3.3.2 Functions
The APM30 transmission cabinet provides the following functions:

Providing nine DC outputs and reporting surge protection alarms when configured with
the DCDU-03

Providing a space of 11 U for user devices

Reporting alarms related to the breathable film monitoring system and door status sensor

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Technical Specifications

4.1 Electrical Specifications


4.1.1 Electrical Specifications of the APM30
Figure 1.4 describes the electrical specifications of the APM30.
Figure 1.4 Electrical specifications of the APM30
Item
AC input

Specification
Typical input
voltage

200 V AC to 240 V AC (single-phase 220 V AC)


200/346 V AC to 240/415 V AC (three-phase 220/380 V AC)
100/200 V AC to 120/240 V AC (dual-live-wire 110 V AC)
100/208 V AC to 120/220 V AC (dual-live-wire 110 V AC)

Input voltage
range

176 V AC to 290 V AC (single-phase 220 V AC)


176/304 V AC to 290/500 V AC (three-phase 220 V AC)
90/180 V AC to 135/270 V AC (dual-live-wire 110 V AC)
105/176 V AC to 150/260 V AC (dual-live-wire 110 V AC)

Frequency

50/60 Hz

Maximum
input current

16 A (three-phase 220/380 V AC)

Input mode

Three-phase 220/380 V AC

30 A (dual-live-wire 110 V AC or single-phase 220 V AC)


Dual-live-wire 110 V AC
Single-phase 220 V AC

DC output

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Output
voltage range

-44 V DC to -58 V DC

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Specification
Output
current range

0 A to 60 A when configured with two PSUs

Typical
output
voltage

-53.5 V DC

Number of
DC outputs

10 DC outputs

0 A to 90 A when configured with three PSUs

Six LLVD MCBs and four BLVD MCBs when working with
distributed base stations
Four LLVD MCBs and six BLVD MCBs when working with
separated base stations

Power
consumption

DC output
power

4800 W
When 48 V 24 Ah batteries are configured in the cabinet, the
DC load output power is less than or equal to 2300 W.

Protection

Maximum
heat
consumption
inside the
cabinet

500 W

Input
protection

Overvoltage protection: An alarm is generated when the input


voltage exceeds the AC overvoltage alarm threshold (280 V by
default).
Undervoltage protection: An alarm is generated when the
input voltage is lower than the AC undervoltage alarm
threshold (180 V by default).

Output
protection

Overvoltage protection: An alarm is generated when the


busbar voltage exceeds the DC overvoltage alarm threshold (58 V by default).
Undervoltage protection: An alarm is generated when the
busbar voltage is lower than the DC overvoltage alarm
threshold (-45 V by default).
Overcurrent protection and short-circuit protection

Surge
protection

Surge
protection for
AC input

Differential mode:
Rated through-current In (8/20 s): 25 kA
Maximum through-current Imax (8/20 s): 60 kA
Common mode:
Rated through-current In (8/20 s): 25 kA
Maximum through-current Imax (8/20 s): 60 kA

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Specification
Surge
protection for
DC output

Differential mode (8/20 s): 10 kA

Surge
protection for
signal ports

Differential mode (8/20 s): 3 kA

Common mode (8/20 s): 15 kA


The loads that correspond to the DC output ports are
secondary loads.
Common mode (8/20 s): 5kA

4.1.2 Electrical Specifications of the Transmission Cabinet


When configured with different type of DCDU, the transmission cabinet can meet the requirements of
different input current and DC output power distribution.

Figure 1.5 describes the surge protection specifications of the transmission cabinet.
Figure 1.5 Electrical specifications of the transmission cabinet
Item
DC input

DC output

Specification
Typical input voltage

-48 V DC

Input voltage range

-38.4 V DC to -57 V DC

Maximum input
current

20 A

Input mode

Supporting 2-hole M6 OT terminal

Typical output
voltage

-48 V DC

DC distribution

Nine outputs: LOAD0 to LOAD8


LOAD0: one 12 A output for supplying power to
the AFMU in the transmission cabinet
LOAD1 to LOAD8: eight 4 A outputs for
supplying power to the transmission equipment in
the transmission cabinet

Power
consumption

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Maximum power
consumption of the
user devices
configured in the
cabinet

1000 W

Maximum heat
consumption inside
the cabinet

500 W

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4.2 Engineering Specifications


4.2.1 Engineering Specifications of the APM30
Figure 1.6 describes the engineering specifications of the APM30.
Figure 1.6 Engineering specifications of the APM30
Item

Specification

Remarks

Weight of the cabinet

65 kg

Without batteries and transmission


equipment

Weight of the battery

3.83 kg for a single 12 V 12 Ah


battery

The batteries can be expanded to the 48 V


24 Ah battery group by combining two
groups of 48 V 12 Ah batteries.

Dimensions of the cabinet


(W x H x D)

600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm

Without the base

Dimensions of the base (W


x H x D)

600 mm x 200 mm x 480 mm

Space for user devices (W x


H x D)

With 48 V 24 Ah built-in batteries:


482.6 mm x 222.25 mm x 310 mm (19
inches in width, 5 U in height, 310
mm in depth)

The depth refers to the distance between


the cabinet column and the cabinet back
wall.

Without batteries: 482.6 mm x 311.15


mm x 310 mm or 290 mm (19 inches
in width, 7 U in height, 310 mm or
290 mm in depth)

When batteries are not installed, the space


of 3 U at the bottom is 290 mm in depth.
In this case, the heat dissipation from the
backs of the user devices is not supported.

Front cabling maintenance


space

32 mm

Installation modes

On the floor, on a metal pole, on a


wall, on an RF cabinet, or on a battery
cabinet

Working
environment

-40 to +55

A heater should be configured when the


working temperature is lower than -20.

Working
temperature

The working temperature that requires the


configuration of a heater refers to the
local average daily lowest temperature in
the coldest month of the year.
Solar
radiation

1120 W/m2

Relative
humidity

5% RH to 100% RH

Altitude

< 4000 m

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The maximum working temperature


decreases by 1C each time the altitude
increases by 300 m from 2000 m.

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Item

Specification

Dustproof and waterproof

IP55 (excluding the battery cavity)

Annual failure rate of the


rectifier

< 1%

Annual failure rate of the


monitoring module

< 0.5%

Remarks

4.2.2 Engineering Specifications of the Transmission Cabinet


Figure 1.7 describes the engineering specifications of the transmission cabinet.
Figure 1.7 Engineering specifications of the transmission cabinet
Item

Specification

Remarks

Weight of the cabinet

< 40 kg

Without user devices

Dimensions of the cabinet


(W x H x D)

600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm

Dimensions of the base (W


x H x D)

600 mm x 200 mm x 480 mm

The transmission cabinet and the


APM30 cabinet are the same in
appearance. The dimensions of the
bases used for them are the same.

Space for user devices (W x


H x D)

11 U
Space excluding 3 U at the bottom:
482.6 mm x 355.6 mm x 310 mm (19
inches in width, 8 U in height, 310 mm
in depth)

The depth refers to the distance


between the cabinet column and the
cabinet back wall.

Space including the 3 U at the bottom:


482.6 mm x 133.35 mm x 290 mm (19
inches in width, 3 U in height, 290 mm
in depth). In this case, the heat
dissipation from the backs of the user
devices is not supported.
Front cabling maintenance
space

32 mm

Installation modes

On the floor, on a metal pole, on a wall,


on an RF cabinet, or on a battery
cabinet

Working
environment

The same as the APM30 cabinet

Working
temperature

Solar
radiation

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Item

Specification

Remarks

Relative
humidity
Altitude
Dustproof and waterproof

The same as the APM30 cabinet

4.2.3 Engineering Specifications of the Battery Cabinet


Figure 1.8 describes the engineering specifications of the battery cabinet.
Figure 1.8 Engineering specifications of the battery cabinet
Item

Specification

Remarks

Weight of the cabinet

41kg

Without user devices

Weight of the battery

21.5 kg for a single 12 V 50 Ah


battery

The batteries can be expanded to the 48


V 184 Ah battery group by combining
two 48 V 92 Ah battery groups.

33.5 kg for a single 12 V 92 Ah


battery
Dimensions of the cabinet (W
x H x D)

600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm

Dimensions of the base (W x


H x D)

600 mm x 200mm x 480 mm

Installation modes

On the floor (The APM30 cabinet


can be stacked on the battery
cabinet.)

Work
ing
envir
onme
nt

The same as the APM30 cabinet

Working temperature

The battery cabinet and the APM30


cabinet are the same in appearance. The
dimensions of the bases used for them
are the same.
-

Solar radiation
Relative humidity
Altitude
Dustproof and waterproof

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Typical Applications of the APM30

5.1 Applications in the Distributed Base Station


5.1.1 Power Backup with Built-in Batteries
The built-in batteries of the APM30 are applied to the distributed base station, as shown in
Figure 1.1.
Figure 1.1 Typical application of the APM30 (1)

The APM30 is applied to the typical distributed base station configured with one BBU
and three RRUs.

The APM30 provides a space of 7 U for installing the BBU and transmission equipment.
The APM30 has a built-in power system to supply -48 V DC power to the distributed
base station and transmission equipment and to charge the built-in batteries.

In the absence of mains, the built-in battery groups of the APM30 supplies -48 V DC
power to the distributed base station and transmission equipment.

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5.1.2 Power Backup with External Battery Cabinet


The external battery cabinet of the APM30 is applied to the distributed base station, as shown
in Figure 1.1.
Figure 1.1 Typical application of the APM30 (2)

The APM30 is applied to the typical distributed base station configured with one BBU
and three RRUs.

The APM30 provides a space of 7 U for installing the BBU and transmission equipment.
The APM30 has a built-in power system to supply -48 V DC power to the distributed
base station and transmission equipment and to charge the battery group in the battery
cabinet.

In the absence of mains, the battery groups in the battery cabinet supplies -48 V DC
power to the distributed base station and transmission equipment.

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5.2 Applications in the Separated Base Station


Figure 1.1 and Figure 1.2 show the APM30 working with the separated base stations.
Figure 1.1 APM30 working with the RF cabinet (RFC-3)

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Figure 1.2 APM30 working with the RF cabinet (RFC-6)

The APM30 provides a space of 7 U for installing the BBU and transmission equipment.
The APM30 has a built-in power system to supply -48 V DC power to the BBU, RFU,
and transmission equipment and to charge the batteries in the RF cabinet. The
transmission equipment in the APM30 transmits signals to mini base stations.

The APM30 reports alarms related to fans, door status sensor, DCDU, and batteries in
the RF cabinet.

5.3 Capacities of the Backup Power


In different scenarios, the APM30 and APM30 battery cabinet can be configured with
batteries with different capacities for power backup, such as 48 V 24 Ah, 48 V 50 Ah, 48 V
100 Ah (when two 48 V 50 Ah battery groups are combined), 48 V 92 Ah, and 48 V 184 Ah
(when two 48 V 92 Ah battery groups are combined), as described in Figure 1.9.

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When 48 V 24 Ah batteries are configured in the cabinet, the DC load output power is less than or equal
to 2300 W.

Figure 1.9 Capacities of the backup power for the APM30


Configuration

Specifications of the Battery Group

Suitable Backup Power

Built-in batteries

48 V 24 Ah

12 Ah to 24 Ah

External battery
cabinet

48 V 50 Ah

36 Ah to 50 Ah

48 V 100 Ah

50 Ah to 100 Ah

48 V 92 Ah

50 Ah to 92 Ah

48 V 184 Ah

92 Ah to 184 Ah

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