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Purpose
This document describes the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 in terms of its features,
structure, components, installation, commissioning, and maintenance.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:

Sales engineers

Technical support personnel

Maintenance personnel

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changes made in earlier issues.

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Contents
About This Document .................................................................................................................... ii
1 Overview......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Designation Explanation .................................................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Typical Application .......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.3 Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 2
1.4 Structure ........................................................................................................................................................... 3

2 Component Description............................................................................................................... 5
2.1 Cabinet ............................................................................................................................................................. 5
2.1.1 Appearance .............................................................................................................................................. 5
2.1.2 Features ................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.2 Rectifier ............................................................................................................................................................ 6
2.2.1 Appearance .............................................................................................................................................. 6
2.2.2 Panel........................................................................................................................................................ 7
2.2.3 Protection Mechanisms ........................................................................................................................... 8
2.2.4 Features ................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.3 Monitoring Unit ............................................................................................................................................... 8
2.3.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 8
2.3.2 PMU ...................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.3.3 UIM....................................................................................................................................................... 12
2.3.4 SNMP Module (Optional) ..................................................................................................................... 15
2.3.5 Querying alarms .................................................................................................................................... 15
2.3.6 Remote Software Upgrade .................................................................................................................... 17

3 Safety Precautions ....................................................................................................................... 20


3.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................................ 20
3.2 Local Safety Regulations ............................................................................................................................... 20
3.3 Grounding Requirements ............................................................................................................................... 20
3.4 Human Safety ................................................................................................................................................. 21
3.5 Equipment Safety ........................................................................................................................................... 21
3.6 Electrical Safety ............................................................................................................................................. 21

4 Installation And Commissioning ............................................................................................ 24


5 Maintenance ................................................................................................................................. 25
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5.1 Routine Maintenance...................................................................................................................................... 25


5.2 Common Faults .............................................................................................................................................. 26
5.3 Troubleshooting Components......................................................................................................................... 32
5.4 Component Replacment ................................................................................................................................. 34

A Technical Specifications ........................................................................................................... 39


B LCD Menu ................................................................................................................................... 42
C Acronyms and Abbreviations .................................................................................................. 47

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Overview

1.1 Designation Explanation


The TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 are alternating current (AC)-to-direct current (DC)
indoor power system and supply power to -48 V series communications equipment. The
TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 use 50 A rectifiers. The TP48300B-X6X0 provides a
maximum current of 300 A, and the TP48600B-X6X0 provides a maximum current of 600 A.
The TP48300B-X6X0 supports dual live wire (L1, L2, PE) AC input, and the
TP48600B-X6X0 supports three-phase-four-line (L1, L2, L3, PE) AC input.

1.2 Typical Application


The TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0, AC power source, automatic transfer switch
(ATS), and storage batteries are combined to form a site power supply solution. Figure 1-1
shows the position of the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 in a typical site solution.
Figure 1-1 Position of the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 in a typical site solution

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1.3 Features
The TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 support easy installation, intelligent hibernation,
network Management over the NetEco, and wide range of AC input voltage.

Easy Installation
The power monitoring unit (PMU) and rectifier are hot-swappable. This facilitates the system
installation, saves maintenance time, and reduces the operational expenditure (OPEX).

Intelligent Hibernation
The rectifier efficiency increases in proportion to the load power. When the total load power is
low, certain rectifiers can be hibernated to improve the load power of running rectifiers and
increase the rectifier efficiency. This facilitates energy conversation.
rectifiers should be hibernated in turn to ensure the same aging degree. When the started
rectifier with the longest running time in total runs for 7 days (by default) more than the
hibernated rectifier with the longest running time in total, start all rectifiers for 2 hours and
then hibernate the rectifiers with long running time.

High Efficiency
The TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 use rectifiers with a 91.5% efficiency record.

Low Imbalance Degree of Current Equalization


The imbalance degree of current equalization for rectifiers is less than 5%.

Remote Management
OPEX is reduced when the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 performs comprehensive
power management and battery management functions by connecting to the element
management system (EMS).

Wide Range of AC Input Voltage


The AC input voltage of the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 ranges from 85 V AC to
300 V AC phase voltage.

High-Level Regulatory Design


The TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 complies with Conformite Europeenne (CE)
standards, the power distribution components comply with CE standards, and the rectifier
complies with underwriters laboratory (UL), CE, and Technical Watch-Over Association
(TUV) standards.

Low Noise
The noise specifications comply with ETSI EN 300 753 Class 4.1 (rural environment).

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Periodic Battery Test


The periodic battery test is used to test battery aging. The test allows storage batteries to be
fully charged automatically and then to discharge till the voltage reaches the value of Test End
Volt. The test is performed periodically (every 120 days by default).

1.4 Structure
Figure 1-2 shows the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 interior.
Figure 1-2 TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 interior

(1) Positive DC output


busbar
(4) Battery route DC
Contactor
(7) AC input circuit breaker
(10) Battery low voltage
disconnection(BLVD)
circuit breaker

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(5) Battery switch
(8) Load low voltage
disconnection (LLVD) fuse
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(LLVD) DC Contactor
(6) Space for rectifier
(9) LLVD circuit breaker
(12) User interface module (UIM)

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(14) AC surge protection device
(SPD)

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Component Description

2.1 Cabinet
2.1.1 Appearance
The TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 cabinet is made of steel. Dimensions (H x W x D)
of the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 cabinet are 1600 mm x 600 mm x 450 mm
(62.99 in. x 23.62 in. x 17.72 in.).
Figure 2-1 shows the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 cabinet.

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Figure 2-1 TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 exterior

2.1.2 Features
The TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 cabinet has the following features:

All operations can be performed from the front of the cabinet.

The cabinet can be shipped together with boards.

2.2 Rectifier
2.2.1 Appearance
The rectifier converts AC power into stable -48 V DC power. The TP48300B-X6X0 can be
configured with 6 rectifiers based on the actual load power. The TP48600B-X6X0 can be
configured with 12 rectifiers based on the actual load power.

Figure 2-2 shows the rectifier.

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Figure 2-2 rectifier

2.2.2 Panel
The rectifier panel provides the power light emitting diode (LED), protection LED, and fault
LED. Figure 2-3 shows the rectifier panel.
Figure 2-3 rectifier panel

(1) Power LED

(2) Protection LED

(3) Fault LED

Table 2-1 LED description


LED

Color

Normal
Status

Abnormal
Status

Exception Causes

Power
LED

Green

Steady
on

Off

The mains supply fails due to no


AC input, AC input overvoltage, or
AC input undervoltage.

The rectifier has no power output.

Overtemperature shutdown occurs.

The rectifier hibernates.

Protection
LED

Yellow

Off

Steady on

In this case, the protection LED is


on.

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LED

Color

Normal
Status

Abnormal
Status

Exception Causes

Fault LED

Red

Off

Steady on

The rectifier has no power output due


to output overvoltage shutdown, fan
failure, overtemperature shutdown, or
rectifier failure. If the unavailable
power output is caused by a mains
supply failure due to AC input
absence, AC input overvoltage, or AC
input undervoltage, the fault LED does
not illuminate, either.

2.2.3 Protection Mechanisms


The TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 supports the following protection mechanisms:

Input overvoltage protection

Input undervoltage protection

Input overcurrent protection

Output overvoltage protection

Output short circuit protection

Output current limiting protection

Overtemperature protection

2.2.4 Features
The rectifier provides the following features:

High power density

Stable operation

Intelligent hibernation

Hot swappable

2.3 Monitoring Unit


2.3.1 Introduction
In the middle is the PMU, on the left are the BLVD switch and AC detection board, and on the
right is the UIM. Figure 2-4 shows the monitoring unit subrack.

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Figure 2-4 Monitoring unit subrack

Table 2-2 lists the structural specifications of the monitoring unit subrack.
Table 2-2 Structural specifications of the monitoring unit subrack
Item

Description

Dimensions (H x W x D)

86.1 mm x 442 mm x 226 mm (3.89 in. x 17.40 in. x 8.90 in.)

Installation scenario

19-inch rack

Maintenance mode

Maintained from the front

The monitoring unit consists of a PMU, a UIM, an AC detection board, an SNMP module
(optional), and a monitoring signal transfer board. Table 2-3 describes these components.
Table 2-3 Component description
Component

Description

Monitoring signal
transfer board

The monitoring signal transfer board is vertically installed in the


innermost of the monitoring unit subrack, and provides conversion
ports for the PMU, UIM, and other components of the
TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0. The monitoring signal
transfer board connects to the power distribution with mechanical
switch (PDM), AC detection board, and power subrack over cables
and to the UIM and function extended board over 96-pin
connectors.

PMU

The PMU, which is hot-swappable, connects to the monitoring


signal transfer board over a 125-pin connector to perform
monitoring functions.

UIM

The UIM provides various ports such as the temperature and


humidity detection port, Boolean value input port, dry contact
output, and communications port. The UIM connects to the
monitoring signal transfer board over a 96-pin connector.

AC detection board

The AC detection board detects single-phase AC voltage and passes


signals to the monitoring signal transfer board over a cable.

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Component

Description

SNMP module
(optional)

The RS485/232 port is connected to the fast Ethernet (FE) port on


the SNMP module for remote management and management of the
TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0.

2.3.2 PMU
NOTE

All ports in this manual are protected by a security mechanism.

The PMU manages the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 and storage batteries by
communicating with the host over an RS485/232 port. It detects power distribution and
generates alarms for power distribution failures. It also reports spare boolean values, ambient
temperatures and humidity status, battery temperatures, and spare analog parameters. Spare
boolean values and detection results from sensors are transferred to the PMU over the
monitoring signal transfer board and UIM.
The PMU implements local management, remote communication, and alarming functions. It
communicates with the element network system (EMS) by using the RS485 or RS232
protocol. It can also communicate with third-party equipment. The PMU can be connected to
a modem or an SNMP module.
The liquid crystal display (LCD) of the PMU displays operating parameters about the AC
power supply, DC power supply, rectifiers, and storage batteries. It also displays the operating
status and alarm status of the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0. You can set parameters
and control functions on the LCD using the four buttons on the PMU panel.
Figure 2-5 shows the PMU panel.
Figure 2-5 PMU panel

Table 2-4 lists the structural specifications of the PMU.


Table 2-4 Structural specifications of the PMU
Item

Specifications

Weight

2 kg (4.41 lb)

Dimensions (H x W x D)

40.8 mm x 100 mm x 205.3 mm (1.61 in. x 3.94 in. x 8.08 in.)

Table 2-5 describes the buttons on the front panel.

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Table 2-5 Button description


Button

Description

or

Allows you to view menu items and set the value of a menu item.

Enter

Enters the main menu from the standby screen, enters a submenu from the
main menu, or saves the settings of a submenu item.

Cancel

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

NOTE

The backlight turns off if the liquid crystal display (LCD) of the CPMU01 is left unattended for eight
minutes. The standby screen is displayed if the LCD is left unattended for five minutes.

On the standby screen, press +Enter to decrease the LCD contrast, and press +Enter to increase
the LCD contrast.

The preset customer password is 0#, and Huawei engineer password is11#.

The PMU supports environment monitoring, alarm management, battery management,


rectifier management, and power distribution management on its LCD or the EMS.
Table 2-6 PMU functions
Function

Description

Battery
management

Load high temperature disconnection

Battery high temperature disconnection

Battery boost charge management

Battery floating charge management

Battery discharge test

Battery temperature compensation

AC input voltage detection

Load current detection

Battery string current detection

DC busbar voltage detection

Battery temperature detection

Ambient humidity detection

Ambient temperature detection

Spare analog parameter detection

Remote
detection

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Function

Description

Remote
management

rectifier startup and shutdown

rectifier boost charge and floating charge

rectifier voltage adjustment

rectifier current limiting

Battery connection and disconnection

Current limiting for storage batteries when the diesel generator (D.G.)
is started

Buzzer control

Dry contact outputs (including one dry contact output for detecting the
D.G.)
Remote
communication

Mains fault; mains overvoltage and undervoltage; DC overvoltage and


undervoltage; load fuse blown; charge overcurrent; battery disconnection
(by the EMS or due to overtemperature or undervoltage); overhigh
ambient temperature; over low ambient temperature; No. n rectifier fault;
No. n rectifier protection; rectifier output current reporting; battery loop
broken; SPD fault; door status sensor alarm; water sensor alarm; smoke
sensor alarm; Boolean value input

The PMU panel has a RUN indicator and an ALM indicator, which show the working status
of the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0. In addition, the PMU has a buzzer. Table 2-7
describes the indicators on the PMU panel.
Table 2-7 Indicators on the PMU
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN indicator
(green)

Off

The PMU is faulty.

Steady on

The PMU is running properly but is not communicating


with the communications equipment.

Blinking

The PMU is running properly and the PMU


communicates with Huawei communications equipment
normally.

Steady on

If the ALM indicator is steady on and the buzzer beeps,


a major alarm is generated.

ALM indicator
(red)

2.3.3 UIM
The UIM provides sensor detection ports, Boolean value input ports, dry contact outputs, and
a communications port.
Figure 2-6 shows the UIM panel.

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Figure 2-6 UIM panel

Table 2-8 Ports on the UIM


Port Type

Silk Screen

Description

Remarks

Sensor port

WATER

Used to detect water

TEM_HUM

Used to detect the


ambient temperature
and humidity

AIN

05 V spare analog
parameters

SMOKE

Used to detect smoke

GATE

Used to detect door

TEM_BAT

Used to detect the


battery temperature

DIN1

Boolean value input 1

Reserved

DIN2

Boolean value input 2

Reserved

DIN3

Boolean value input 7

Reserved

Status1

Used to detect D.G.


status 1

Detecting D.G. startup or


stopping

Status2

Boolean value input 6

Reserved

ALM1

AC power failure

Default alarm

ALM2

DC undervoltage

Default alarm

ALM3

rectifier fault

Default alarm

ALM4

SPD fault

Default alarm

ALM5

Fuse blown

Default alarm

ALM6

Battery protection

Default alarm

AC_SPD

Used to detect AC SPD


faults

Boolean value
detection port

Dry contact
output

SPD detection
port

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Communications
port

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Silk Screen

Description

Remarks

DC_SPD

Used to detect DC SPD


faults

Reserved

COM_485/232

Used to communicate
with the EMS

Table 2-9 Pin defination


Silk Screen

Pin

Pin defination

WATER

12V

WATER

AGND_OUT

NULL

24V

VBTEM1

24V

VHUM

SIM4

AGND_OUT

24V

SMOKE

24V

DOOR

12V

JTD1

12V

JTD2

12V

JTD7

12V

JTD3

12V

JTD4

VBTEM1

TEM_HUM

AIN

SMOKE

GATE

DIN1

DIN2

DIN3

AC_SPD

DC_SPD

TEMBAT

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Pin

Pin defination

24V

2.3.4 SNMP Module (Optional)


The SNMP module is used to establish a communication channel between the
TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 and an EMS. The SNMP module is a converter which
converts the RS485 or RS232 protocol to the TCP/IP protocol. The SNMP module remotely
manages the AC/DC converter cabinet that cannot be connected to the Ethernet. If the
network is connected, you can use any computer having an EMS or Web browser installed to
manage the power system by using the SNMP module.
The SNMP module is optional for the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 and can be
installed in the power supply cabinet but not in the monitoring unit subrack.
Figure 2-7 shows the network diagram for the SNMP module.
Figure 2-7 Network diagram for the SNMP module

2.3.5 Querying alarms


When a major alarm is generated on the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0, the red ALM
indicator on the CPMU01 will be steady on and the buzzer will beep. Troubleshoot the fault
based on the alarms displayed on the CPMU01. For details about how to rectify the fault, see
Table 5-2. For details about menus on the CPMU01, see B LCD Menu. After the current
alarm is cleared, the ALM indicator on the CPMU01 turns off and the buzzer stops beeping.
All alarms can be queried in the alarm history.

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Figure 2-8 Querying alarms on the CPMU01 panel

Figure 2-9 Querying alarms on the NetEco net work management UI

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2.3.6 Remote Software Upgrade


When the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 is used a Simple Network Management
Protocol (SNMP) module, you can upgrade software of the TP48300B-X6X0 &
TP48600B-X6X0 remotely on the NetEcoV1.2 network management UI. For details about the
NetEco, See the NetEco Help. To upgrade software remotely, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Upload the target version file of the controller from a PC to the server.
Choose Software > Software Browser.
On the Software Browser tab page, click Transfer and then click From Client to Server

In the Select Software File dialog box, click Select.


Select the save path for the target version file of the controller on the PC, and then click OK.
In the Select Software File dialog box, click Confirm. Then the system starts transferring the
target version file.
Step 2 View the progress for transferring the target version file of the controller.
Choose Software > Software Browser in the NetEco main window.
On the Software Browser tab page, click the Server tab. Then you can view the progress for
transferring the target version file of the controller in the lower part of the tab page.
Step 3 Create a task for upgrading the controller software.
Choose Software > Upgrade Task Management in the NetEco main window.
On the Upgrade Task Management tab page, click Create.
In the Site Upgrade Wizard dialog box, enter a task name in Task Name and set Upgrade
Type to Upgrade Version.
Choose the home site of the controller to be upgraded in the navigation tree. Click
add the site to the list shown in the following figure on the right. Then click Next.

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Check that the home site and target version of the controller are correct. Click Finish to start
the upgrade.

Step 4 View the progress for upgrading the controller software.


Choose Software > Upgrade Task Management in the NetEco main window.
On the Upgrade Task Management tab page, click Controller in the navigation tree. Then
you can view the progress of all current tasks in the right pane.

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Step 5 Verify whether the upgrade is successful.


Choose Software > Software Browser in the NetEco main window.
On the Software Bowser tab page, click the Site tab and select the home site of the target
controller.
On the Version tab page on the right of the Site tab page, you can view the current software
version of the controller.
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Safety Precautions

3.1 Overview

CAUTION
To minimize the risk of personal injury and damage to equipment, read and follow all the
precautions in this document before performing any installation or maintenance. The "NOTE",
"CAUTION", and "WARNING" marks in other documents do not represent all the safety
instructions. They are only supplements to the safety instructions. Only trained and qualified
personnel are allowed to install, operate, and maintain Huawei equipment, and they must
understand basic safety precautions to avoid hazards.
To ensure safety of humans and the equipment, pay attention to the safety symbols on the
equipment and all the safety instructions in this document. Huawei will not be liable for any
consequence caused by the violation of the safety operation regulations and design,
production, and usage standards.
NOTE

The safety precautions described in this section are also applicable to other Huawei equipment.

3.2 Local Safety Regulations


When operating Huawei equipment, you must follow the local laws and regulations. The
safety instructions in this document are only supplements to the local laws and regulations.

3.3 Grounding Requirements


Equipment to be grounded must meet the following requirements:

When installing the device, always make the ground connection first and disconnect it at
the end.

Do not damage the ground conductor or operate the device in the absence of a properly
installed ground conductor. Conduct the electrical inspection carefully.

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The device (or system) must be connected permanently to the protection ground before
an operation. Before operating the device, check the electrical connection of the device
to ensure that it is securely grounded.

3.4 Human Safety

Do not operate the device or cables during lightning strikes.

To avoid electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to
telecommunication network voltage (TNV) circuits.

Before operating the device, wear electrostatic discharge (ESD) clothes, ESD gloves, and
an ESD wrist strap.

Do not wear jewelry or watches when you operate the device.

In the case of fire, immediately leave the building or the equipment room, and turn on
the fire alarm bell or make an emergency call. Do not enter a building that is on fire.

The temperature of some equipment parts may be rather high. Do not touch the surface
of such equipment parts to avoid getting burn.

3.5 Equipment Safety

The device must be fixed securely on the floor or to other immovable objects such as
walls and mounting racks before operation.

Do not block the ventilation while the device is operating.

Tighten the thumbscrews by using a tool after initial installation and subsequent access
to the panel.

After the installation, remove packing materials from the equipment area.

3.6 Electrical Safety


High Voltage

DANGER

The high voltage power supply provides power for the device operation. Direct or indirect
contact (through damp objects) with high voltage and AC mains supply may result in fatal
danger.

Non-standard and incorrect high voltage operations may result in fire and electric shock.

The personnel who install the AC facility must be qualified to perform high voltage and
AC operations.

You must abide by the local rules and regulations when bridging and wiring AC cables.

During the installation of the AC power supply facility, follow the local safety
regulations.

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Dedicated tools must be used during high voltage and AC operations. Avoid using
ordinary tools.

When the operation is performed in a damp environment, ensure that the device is dry.
When water is found in the rack or the rack is damp, switch off the power supply
immediately.

High Electrical Leakage

Ground the device before powering it on. Otherwise, personal injury or device damage
may be caused by high leakage current.

If a "high electrical leakage" tag is present on the power terminal of the device, you must
ground the device before powering it on.

Do not install or remove power cables when the device is on. Transient contact between
the core of the power cable and the conductor may generate electric arcs or sparks, which
may cause fire or hurt human eyes.

Before installing or removing the power cable, turn off the power switch.

Before connecting a power cable, check that the label on the power cable is correct.

Power Cable

Power Output
All output circuits are evaluated as SELV circuits.

CAUTION
Outputs are energy hazards (>240 VA)

Electrostatic Discharge

CAUTION
The static electricity generated by human bodies may damage the electrostatic-sensitive
components on boards, for example, the large-scale integrated (LSI) circuits.

Human body movement, friction between human bodies and clothes, friction between
shoes and floors, or handling of plastic articles causes static electromagnetic fields on
human bodies. These static electromagnetic fields cannot be eliminated until the static is
discharged.

To prevent electrostatic-sensitive components from being damaged by the static on


human bodies, you must wear a well-grounded ESD wrist strap when touching the
device or handling boards or application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs).

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Figure 3-1 shows how to wear an ESD wrist strap.


Figure 3-1 Wearing an ESD wrist strap

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Installation And Commissioning

The detailed installation and commissioning refer to the TP48300B-X6X0 Quick Installation
Guide (V300R001) and TP48600B-X6X0 Quick Installation Guide (V300R001).

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Maintenance

5.1 Routine Maintenance


The TP48300B-X6X0&TP48600B-X6X0 is maintained every six months. If faults are
identified, rectify them immediately.
Table 5-1 Routine maintenance checklist
Maintenance
Item

Maintenance Task
Check
Whether

Check
Method

Repair When

Measures

Electricity

The voltage
output is
normal.

Using a
multimeter

The battery low


voltage
disconnection
(BLVD)
voltage or load
low voltage
disconnection
(LLVD) voltage
exceeds the
threshold.

For details
about how to
rectify the fault,
See 5.2
Common Faults

Preventive
maintenance
inspection
(PMI)

Indicators are in
normal status.

Observing
indicators

Fault alarms are


generated.

Cabinet
appearance

The paint and


the
electroplated
coating on the
surface of the
cabinet are in
good condition.

Observing the
cabinet

The cabinet
surface is
damaged or
distorted.

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5.2 Common Faults


Table 5-2 Troubleshooting the TP48300B-X6X0&TP48600B-X6X0
Category

Exception Cause

Measures

AC out of phase

The AC input
cable is faulty.

The mains
supply or D.G.
fails.

Check whether the AC input cable is


connected properly. If it is not connected
properly, reconnect it. If the insulation layer
deteriorates, replace the AC input cable.

Use a multimeter to check whether the AC


input voltage is over low and whether an AC
undervoltage alarm (lower than 180 V AC) is
generated. If yes, check whether short circuits
occur in the AC input loop and whether
electrical leakage occurs. If a short circuit or
electrical leakage occurs, replace the AC
input cable.

If the mains supply provides the AC power,


contact the mains supplier. If the D.G.
provides the AC power, check and repair the
D.G. by referring to the D.G. User Manual.

Check whether the AC input cable is


connected properly. If it is not connected
properly, reconnect it.

Check whether the AC power is available. If


the AC power is unavailable, check whether
an open or a short circuit occurs in the AC
input loop. If the AC power is available and
no open or short circuit occurs, contact the
mains supplier. If the D.G. provides the AC
power, check and repair the D.G. by referring
to the D.G. User Manual.

If the AC power is available, check whether


the AC detection cable is connected properly.

If the AC detection cable is connected


properly, replace the AC detection board.

If the power failure does not last long, use


storage batteries to power DC-powered loads.
If the power failure lasts long, use another
power supply.

Check whether the AC overvoltage and


undervoltage alarm thresholds are properly
set on the PMU. If no, adjust them as
required.

If the mains supply provides the AC power,


contact the mains supplier. If the D.G.
provides the AC power, check and repair the
D.G. by referring to the D.G. User Manual.

AC power
failure

AC overvoltage
or undervoltage

The AC input
cable is faulty.

The mains
supply or D.G.
fails.

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AC overvoltage
or undervoltage
is not properly
set on the PMU.
The mains
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Exception Cause

Measures

DC overvoltage
or undervoltage

The alarm
threshold for
DC overvoltage
or undervoltage
is not properly
set on the PMU.

Check whether the DC overvoltage and


undervoltage alarm thresholds are properly
set on the PMU. If no, adjust them as
required.

Reseat all rectifiers one by one when storage


batteries provide power normally. If an
overvoltage alarm is generated when a certain
rectifier is reinserted, replace this rectifier.

The charging
parameters are
not properly set
on the PMU.

Check the charging parameters on the PMU


and reset those that are not properly set.

Check whether faults such as short circuits


occur in the battery loop. If faults occur,
rectify them.

Check the storage batteries and replace faulty


ones.

Check whether the contactor is faulty and


whether the contactor cannot be connected or
disconnected. If the contactor is faulty or the
contactor cannot be connected or
disconnected, replace the contactor.

Check whether the LLVD voltage is


overhigh. If it is overhigh, adjust the voltage
to the normal range.

Check whether the load power is greater than


the configured rectifier power. If yes, add
rectifiers. If the load power exceeds the
maximum power of the TP48300B-X6X0 or
TP48600B-X6X0, decrease the load power.

Check whether the mains supply fails and


whether the battery voltage is below the
BLVD threshold. If the mains supply fails or
the battery voltage is below the BLVD
threshold, contact the mains supplier.

Check whether that BLVD is enabled on the


PMU.

Check whether the battery cables and


connectors are faulty, and replace faulty ones.

Check whether the contactor is faulty and


whether the contactor cannot be connected or
disconnected. If the contactor is faulty or
cannot be connected or disconnected, replace
the contactor.

Overcurrent
charge

Load
disconnection

The contactor is
faulty.

The PMU load


disconnection
voltage is
overhigh.

Battery
disconnection

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The load power


is greater than
the maximum
value
configured for
the rectifier,
and this causes
low output
voltage.

The battery
parameters are
not properly set
on the PMU.

The contactor is
faulty.

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Exception Cause

Measures

Battery loop
broken

The battery
loop is faulty.

Check the battery cables and connectors, and


replace faulty ones.

The contactor is
faulty.

Storage
batteries are
faulty.

Check whether the contactor is faulty and


whether the contactor cannot be connected or
disconnected. If the contactor is faulty or
cannot be connected or disconnected, replace
the contactor.

Check the storage batteries and replace faulty


ones.

Check that the alarm threshold for ambient


temperatures is properly set on the PMU.

Check the temperature control system in the


shelter and repair it if necessary. After the
temperature inside the cabinet is adjusted to
the specified range, the alarm is automatically
cleared.

If the alarm persists, repair the temperature


sensor.

Overhigh or over
low ambient
temperature

Faulty ambient
temperature
sensor
Faulty battery
temperature
sensor

The
temperature
inside the
shelter where
the ambient
temperature
sensor is
installed is not
in the normal
range.

The ambient
temperature
sensor is faulty.

The sensor is
not connected
properly.

Check whether the signal cable is properly


connected to the UIM. If no, fasten or replace
the signal cable.

The ambient or
battery
temperature
sensor is faulty.

If the cable is connected properly but the


sensor is faulty, replace the sensor.

If the alarm persists, replace the UIM.

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The UIM is
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Exception Cause

Measures

Overhigh or over
low ambient
humidity

Check that the alarm threshold for ambient


humidity is properly set on the PMU.

Check the shelter for water intrusion. If there


is water in the shelter, remove the water using
a dry cotton cloth or dehumidifier.

If the humidity in the cabinet is adjusted to


the specified range but the alarm persists,
check and repair the humidity sensor.

Faulty ambient
humidity sensor

Overhigh or over
low battery
temperature

The humidity
inside the
shelter that
houses the
humidity sensor
is not in the
normal range.

The humidity
sensor is faulty.

The sensor is
not connected
properly.

Check whether the signal cable is properly


connected to the monitoring backplane. If no,
fasten or replace the signal cable.

The humidity
sensor is faulty.

If the cable is connected properly but the


sensor is faulty, replace the sensor.

The monitoring
backplane is
faulty.

If the alarm persists, replace the monitoring


backplane.

The battery
cabinet is under
an
overtemperature
condition.

Check that the alarm threshold for battery


temperatures is properly set on the PMU.

Check whether the temperature inside the


battery cabinet is overhigh. If it is, lower the
temperature inside the battery cabinet. The
alarm is automatically cleared after the
temperature lowers to the proper range.

Check the charge current. If the charge


current is overhigh, change the charge mode
from boost charge to floating charge and
check whether the charge current lowers. If
the charge current is still overhigh, reduce the
charge current. If the overtemperature
condition persists, check the storage batteries
and replace faulty ones.

Close the cabinet door.

If the alarm persists after the cabinet door is


closed, check and repair the door status
sensor.

If the door status sensor is not faulty, replace


the monitoring backplane.

Door status
sensor alarm

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ambient
humidity is not
set properly on
the PMU.

The alarm
threshold for
battery
temperatures is
not properly set
on the PMU.

The charge
current of
storage batteries
is overhigh.

The battery
temperature
sensor is faulty.

The cabinet
door is open.

The door status


sensor is faulty.

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Exception Cause

Measures

Water detector
alarm

There is water
in the shelter.

The water
sensor is faulty.

Check the shelter for water intrusion. If there


is water in the shelter, remove the water using
a dry cotton cloth or dehumidifier.

If the alarm persists after the water is


removed, check and repair the water sensor.

If the water sensor is not faulty, replace the


monitoring backplane.

Check the shelter for smoke. If there is


smoke, put out the fire immediately and open
the shelter door for ventilation.

If there is no smoke but this alarm persists,


check and repair the smoke sensor.

If the smoke sensor is not faulty, replace the


monitoring backplane.

Check the fault indicator on the rectifier


panel. If the indicator is red, the rectifier is
faulty. Then replace the rectifier.

Disconnect the AC power from the rectifier,


and then restart the rectifier after a period of
time. If the alarm persists, replace the
rectifier.

Smoke sensor
alarm

rectifier fault

rectifier
shutdown
rectifier
protection

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in the shelter.

The smoke
sensor is faulty.

The rectifier has


poor contact
with the
subrack.

The rectifier is
faulty.

rectifier enters
the hibernation
mode.

If rectifier enters the hibernation mode, the


power system generates rectifier shutdown
alarm, dont need to deal with it.

The input
voltage to the
rectifier is not
in the normal
range.

A fault occurs
on the rectifier.

Check whether the mains supply voltage is


higher than the rectifier AC overvoltage
threshold (300 V) or lower than the rectifier
AC undervoltage threshold (85 V). If the
power grid is in an overvoltage or
undervoltage condition for a long period of
time, contact the mains supplier to improve
the power grid.

If the input voltage to the rectifier is within


the specified range but this alarm persists,
replace the rectifier.

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Exception Cause

Measures

Communication
failure between
the rectifier and
the PMU

The signal cable


to the rectifier
is not connected
properly.

The rectifier is
not installed in
the subrack.

Check whether the rectifier is installed in the


subrack and whether the rectifier is properly
connected. If the rectifier is not installed in
the subrack, install the rectifier in the correct
position. If the rectifier has poor contact with
the subrack, reseat the rectifier, and ensure
that the rectifier is secured to the subrack.

The rectifier has


poor contact
with the
subrack.

Check whether the communications cable is


properly connected between the rectifier and
the monitoring backplane. If yes, reseat the
rectifier.

A fault occurs
on the rectifier.

If the alarm persists, replace the rectifier.

If the alarm still persists after the rectifier is


replaced, replace the monitoring backplane.

Check whether the load circuit breaker is in


the OFF position. If it is, switch it to the ON
position.

Check whether the load fuse is damaged. Use


a multimeter to measure the voltage at both
ends of the fuse. If the voltage is close to 0 V,
the fuse is normal. Otherwise, the fuse is
blown. Replace the fuse.

If the alarm persists after the fuse is replaced,


check the new fuse. If the new fuse is blown
or the load circuit breaker is automatically
switched to the OFF position, the load power
on this route may be excessive or a short
circuit may occur. In this case, you need to
rectify the fault on this load loop. If the new
fuse functions normally, the alarm loop is
faulty. Then replace the PMU.

Observe the indication window on the AC


surge protection module. If it turns red,
replace the surge protection module. If it does
not turn red, the alarm loop in the PMU is
faulty. Then replace the PMU.

If the alarm persists, replace the monitoring


backplane.

Replace the DC surge protection board.

If the alarm persists after the PMU is


replaced, replace the monitoring backplane.

Load fuse blown

Faulty AC SPD

Faulty DC SPD

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backplane is
faulty.

The load fuse is


faulty.

The load circuit


breaker is in the
OFF position.

The AC SPD is
faulty.

The monitoring
backplane is
faulty.

The DC SPD is
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If the customer does not require the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 to be managed in in-band
mode, do not connect the TP48300B-X6X0 & TP48600B-X6X0 and the base band unit (BBU) with
an Ethernet cable or an RJ45 communications cable. If the customer requires the TP48300B-X6X0
& TP48600B-X6X0 to be managed in in-band mode, set the capacity of storage batteries on the
EMS.

After a fault is rectified, the corresponding alarm is automatically cleared on the PMU and the alarm
information is stored in the alarm history.

The BLVD fuse and LLVD fuse are both called load fuse.

Disconnect the fuse before replacing it. Otherwise, arc sparks may be generated, and this may cause
bodily injury.

After replacing the PMU, reset parameters by referring to the TP48300B-X6X0 Quick Installation
Guide or TP48600B-X6X0 Quick Installation Guide.

The PMU and rectifiers are hot-swappable.

When replacing the monitoring board, take ESD measures such as wearing an ESD wrist wrap.

5.3 Troubleshooting Components


AC SPD
Observe the indication window on the surge protection module. If the indication window
turns red, the surge protection module is damaged. In this case, replace the surge protection
module. If the indication window remains green, the SPD runs properly.

Circuit Breaker
The circuit breaker fault is usually caused by overcurrent or short circuits. Circuit breaker
faults are caused by overcurrent or short circuits. To check whether a circuit break is faulty,
perform the following steps:
Step 1 Switch the circuit breaker to the ON position.
Step 2 Measure the resistance at the two ends of the circuit breaker using a multimeter. If the
resistance is infinity, the circuit breaker is damaged.

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DC Contactor
Table 5-3 DC contactor description
Position

Type

Check Method

LLVD route

Normally closed (NC)


(When the contactor is
powered off, the contactor is
closed.)

When there is no voltage on the control


pin of the contactor, use a mulitmeter
to check whether the output pin is in
normal status. For example, if pins 1
and 2 shown in Figure 5-1 have no
voltage, use a multimeter to check the
connection status between pins 3 and 4.
If pins 3 and 4 are disconnected, the
contactor is faulty.

When there is a rated control voltage


on the control pin of the contactor, use
a mulitmeter to check whether the
output pin status of the contactor is
normal. For example, if pins 1 and 2
shown in Figure 5-1 have a rated
control voltage, use a multimeter to
check the connection status between
pins 3 and 4. If pins 3 and 4 are
connected, the contactor is faulty.

When there is no voltage on the control


pin of the contactor, use a mulitmeter
to check whether the output pin of the
contactor is in normal status. For
example, if pins 1 and 2 shown in
Figure 5-1 have no voltage, use a
multimeter to check the connection
status between pins 3 and 4. If pins 3
and 4 are connected, the contactor is
faulty.

When there is a rated control voltage


on the control pin of the contactor, use
a mulitmeter to check whether the
output pin status of the contactor is
normal. For example, if pins 1 and 2
shown in Figure 5-1 have a rated
control voltage, use a multimeter to
check the connection status between
pins 3 and 4. If pins 3 and 4 are
disconnected, the contactor is faulty.

Battery route
(battery fuse
or circuit
breaker route)

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Normally open (NO) (When


the contactor is powered off,
the contactor is open.)

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Figure 5-1 DC contactor

Rectifier
The rectifier is damaged if either of the following conditions is not met:

The Run indicator of the rectifier is steady on and the Fault indicator is off when the
rectifier does not communicate with the PMU and the input AC voltage is around 220 V.
The rectifier outputs power normally.

The PMU can perform control on the charge mode (boost charge or floating charge) and
current for the rectifier when the rectifier communications cable is properly connected
and the rectifier communicates with the PMU normally.

PMU
If any of the following occurs, the PMU is faulty:

The PMU breaks down or fails to start, or its LCD or keyboard fails.

The PMU does not generate an alarm when a fault occurs in the system.

The PMU generates an alarm (false alarm) when the system runs properly.

Communication between the PMU and all subordinate equipment is interrupted.

The PMU fails to control or monitor all the modules when these modules run properly
and communications cables are connected properly.

The PMU fails to monitor or control AC or DC distribution when AC/DC power is


distributed normally and communications cables are connected properly.

Parameters cannot be set or operating information cannot be viewed on the PMU.

5.4 Component Replacment


Describes how to replace the main components of the power system.

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Load disconnection is prohibited when you replace the main components. Take measures to ensure
that important loads are always connected during the replacement. For example, keep the circuit
breaker of important loads set to ON and storage batteries and AC input are not cut off.

If a load must be disconnected, ask for the customer's prior permission.

The rectifier and the PMU are hot-swappable.

For more safety precautions, see Safety Information.

Replacing the rectifier


To replace the rectifier, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Loosen the screws on the rectifier panel using a flat-head screwdriver.
Step 2 Pull the handle of the rectifier outwards, and then remove the rectifier from the plug-in
subrack, as shown in Figure 5-2.
Step 3 Insert the rectifier into the corresponding slot in the plug-in subrack. Then, loosen the screws
on the handle and pull out the handle.
Step 4 Slide the rectifier into the plug-in subrack slowly along the guide rails. Then, lock the handle.
Step 5 Tighten the screws on the handle, as shown in Figure 5-3.
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Figure 5-2 Removing the old rectifier

Figure 5-3 Installing the new rectifier

Replacing the PMU


To replace the PMU, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Unscrew the PMU panel using a Phillips screwdriver.
Step 2 Remove the old PMU.
Step 3 Insert a new PMU.

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Step 4 Tighten the screws on the handle.


Step 5 Set parameters on the PMU panel.
----End
Figure 5-4 Replacing the PMU

Replacing the UIM


To replace the UIM, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Remove signal cables from the UIM.
Step 2 Loosen the screws on the UIM panel using a Phillips screwdriver.
Step 3 Pull the UIM outwards.
Step 4 Insert the new UIM.
Step 5 Tighten the screws on the handle.
Step 6 Reinstall the signal cables.
----End

Replacing the AC SPD


To replace the AC SPD, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Remove the faulty SPD.
Step 2 Insert the new SPD.
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Figure 5-5 Replacing the AC SPD

Replacing Circuit breakers


To replace a circuit breaker, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Disconnect the power supply of a circuit breaker. For example, disconnect the DC input and
set the circuit breaker to OFF before replacing the input circuit breaker.
Step 2 Remove the cables or copper bars connected to the circuit breaker using a Phillips screwdriver,
and then wrap the cables or copper bars using black PVC insulation tape to avoid hazards.
Step 3 Press the contact plate at the bottom of the circuit breaker using a flat-head screwdriver. Then,
remove the circuit breaker, as shown in Figure 5-6.
Step 4 Press the contact plate at the bottom of the circuit breaker using a flat-head screwdriver again
to install the new circuit breaker in the correct position. Then, push the contact plate upwards
using the screwdriver.
Step 5 Install the cables or copper bars to the circuit breaker using a Phillips screwdriver in the same
way.
Step 6 Set the circuit breaker to ON and connect power supply of this circuit breaker, as shown in
Figure 5-7.
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Figure 5-6 Removing the circuit breaker

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Figure 5-7 Installing the circuit breaker

Replacing a Fuse
To replace a fuse, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Disconnect the fuse loop.
Step 2 Remove the damaged fuse using a fuse extracting unit, as shown in Figure 5-8.
Figure 5-8 Removing a fuse

Step 3 Install a new fuse, as shown in Figure 5-9.


Figure 5-9 Installing a fuse

Step 4 Connect the fuse loop.


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A Technical Specifications

Technical Specifications

Table A-1 Technical specifications


Category

Item

Specifications

Environmental
conditions

Operating
temperature

Long-term operating temperature: 20C to +50C


(4F to +122F)

Short-term operating temperature: 50 C55C


(122 F131F)

Storage
temperature

40C to +70C (40F to +158F)

Transportation
temperature

40C to +70C (40F to +158F)

Operating
humidity

5%95% RH (non-condensing)

Storage humidity

5%95% RH (non-condensing)

Altitude

0-4000 m (0-13123.2 ft)


When the altitude ranges from 2000 m (6561.6 ft) to
4000 m (13123.2 ft), the operating temperature is
derated by 1C (1.8F) for each additional 200 m
(656.16 ft).

AC input

Input mode

Input voltage

TP48300B-X6X0: dual live wire (L1, L2, PE)

TP48600B-X6X0: three-phase-four-line (L1, L2,


L3, PE)

176 V AC to 290 V AC (corresponding

to the rated power of the rectifier)

90 V AC to 175 V AC (corresponding to

the derated output power of the rectifier)

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Input frequency

45 Hz to 66 Hz (50 Hz by default)

Power factor

0.99

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Category

Item

Specifications

DC output

Output voltage
range

43.2 V DC to 57.6V DC

Default output
voltage

53.5 V DC

AC input
overvoltage
protection
threshold

Overvoltage protection is performed when the


single-phase AC input voltage exceeds the AC input
overvoltage protection threshold (300 V AC by
default).

AC input
overvoltage
recovery
threshold

When the voltage is restored to 290 V AC, the output


resumes.

AC input
undervoltage
protection
threshold

Undervoltage protection is performed when the


single-phase AC input voltage is below the AC input
undervoltage protection threshold (85 V AC by
default).

AC input
undervoltage
recovery
threshold

When the voltage is restored to 90 V AC, the output


resumes.

DC output
protection

DC output
overvoltage
protection
threshold

58.560.5 V DC

Rectifier

Efficiency

>91.5%( 35%~80% load)

Output power

2900W (176290 V AC)

AC input
protection

1200W (90175 V AC)

Others

Output soft start

At the moment when the rectifier is powered on, the


output voltage rises slowly. The time for voltage rise
is configurable.

Overvoltage
protection

Voltage range: 58.560.5 V DC

Surge protection

If the external voltage is less than 63 V, the


rectifier is in the standby state. If overvoltage
disappears, the rectifier output resumes.

If the external voltage is greater than 63 V for


more than 500 ms, the rectifier experiences a
deadlock.

Level C surge protection

Standard surge discharge current: 20 kA, 8/20


s

Maximum surge discharge current: 40 kA, 8/20 s


MTBF

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Category

Item

Specifications

Structure

Dimensions (H x
W x D)

1600 mm x 600 mm x 450 mm (62.99 in. x 23.62 in.


x 17.72 in.)

Weight
(including
modules)

110 kg (242.55 lb), excluding rectifiers

Protection level

IP20

Installation

Installed on a concrete floor or an ESD floor against


the wall, with a slack of at least 100 mm (3.94 in.)

Maintenance

Operated and maintained from the front

Installation
scenario

Standard 19-inch rack

Table A-2 EMC specifications


Item

Specifications

Electromagnetic
interference
(EMI)

Electronic
magnetic
sensitivity
(EMS)

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Conducted
emission
(CE)/Radiated
emission (RE)

In compliance with CISPR 22/EN 55022 class A

Harmonic

In compliance with IEC 61000-3-12

Fluctuation and
blinking

In compliance with IEC 61000-3-11

ESD

Contact discharge 6 kV and air discharge 8 kV


(criterion B)
Contact discharge 8 kV and air discharge 15 kV
(criterion R)

Electrical fast
transient (EFT)

Signal port 1 kV and power port 2 kV (criterion B)

Radiated
susceptibility
(RS)

10 V/m (criterion A)

Conducted
susceptibility
(CS)

Signal port 10 V and power port 10 V (criterion A)

SURGE

Differential mode of the AC power port: 2 kV


(criterion B)
Common mode of the AC power port: 4 kV
(criterion B)

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B LCD Menu

LCD Menu

Figure B-1 Menu hierarchy (to the secondary level) on the LCD screen

Table B-1 Menu Table on the LCD screen


Main
Menu

Second
Menu

Third Menu

Forth Menu

Fifth
Menu

Default
Value

Status

Rectifiers

Rectifiers ID

ID

Voltage

Current

Current limit

Status

Output power

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Main
Menu

Second
Menu

Forth Menu

Fifth
Menu

Default
Value

Rated
efficiency

Input power

Input current

Rated current

Inner
temperature

Major alarm

Common alarm

History
alarm

Battery test
result

Version
display

Generator
status

Generator 1/2

Management
mode

Start

Rectifier ID

System
settings

Address

Text

RS232
9600

Active alarm

Mainten
ance

Settings

B LCD Menu

Third Menu

Communication
mode
Baud

Date

Time

Battery 2 shunt

Yes

Display
contrast

TP48300B or
TP48600B

System type

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Main
Menu

Second
Menu

Alarm
settings

B LCD Menu

Third Menu

Forth Menu

Fifth
Menu

Default
Value

IP address

192.168.0.1

Subnet mask

255.255.254.0

Gateway

10.70.199.1

Server port

31220

Server IP
address 1

192.168.0.1

Server IP
address 2

192.168.0.2

Engineering
settings

Modify
Password

None

Initial
parameter

No

Rectifier
sleep

No

Rectifier
exchange
sleep

7days

Rectifier
Minimum
number ON

1pieces

Best
efficiency
point

70%

Fast charge

No

Alarm

Level

DI No.

Mode

Set DI name

Audible
alarm

Yes

Clear history
alarm

No

Alarm

Relate relay

Alarm level

Digital alarm

Alarm control

Relay relate

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Main
Menu

B LCD Menu

Second
Menu

Third Menu

Forth Menu

Fifth
Menu

Default
Value

AC settings

Over voltage

280V

Under voltage

180V

State measure

Yes

Over voltage

58V

Under voltage

45V

Battery
selection

Battery string

Capacitor 1

400AH

Capacitor 2

Install date

2001-01-01

LLVD enable

Yes

BLVD
enable

Yes

LLVD

44V

BLVD

43V

DC settings

Battery
settings

LVD settings

Charge

Battery test

Float

53.5V

Boost

56.5V

Cycle BC
duration

60days

Current limit

0.10C10

Auto test

Short test

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enable

Discharge test

Cycle

120days

Test end
voltage

1.9V

Duration

10hours

Test
delay

14days

Test end
voltage

45V

Duration

60minutes

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Main
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Second
Menu

Ambient
settings

Generator

Air-condition

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B LCD Menu

Third Menu

Forth Menu

Fifth
Menu

Default
Value

Temperature co
efficiency

Temp
compensation
basis

Batt1

Temperature
compensation

80mV/

BHTD
enable

No

BHTD
temperature

53

Low
temperature
alarm

High
temperature
alarm

50

Upper limit

80

Lower limit

-20

Upper limit

80

Lower limit

-20

High alarm

50

Low alarm

Generator
enable

No

Output power

12.5kW

Discharge
depth

30%

Temperature
OFF enable

Yes

Start
temperature

45

OFF
temperature

29

Type

Single-phase

Power

1.0 kW

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C Acronyms and Abbreviations

Acronyms and Abbreviations

A
AC PDU

Alternating Current Power Distribution Unit

ASIC

Application-Specific Integrated Circuit

ATS

Automatic Transfer Switch

D
DC PDU

Direct Current Power Distribution Unit

E
EMS

Element Management System

I
IEC

International Electrotechnical Commission

L
LED

Light Emitting Diode

LSI

Large-scale Integration

O
OPEX

Operational Expenditure

P
PDU

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PMU

C Acronyms and Abbreviations

Power Monitoring Unit

S
SELV

Safety Extra-low Voltage

T
TCU

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