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TP48300/A

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Maintenance Guide

Issue 06

Date 2015-01-26

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About This Document

Purpose
This document describes how to maintain and troubleshoot the TP48300/A and its components.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:
 Sales engineers
 Technical support personnel
 Maintenance engineers

Symbol Conventions
The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.
Symbol Description

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result in serious injury or death.

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avoided, result in moderate or minor injury.

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not avoided, result in equipment damage, data loss,
performance deterioration, or unanticipated results.

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time.

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Change History
Changes between document issues are cumulative. The latest document issue contains all the changes made in
earlier issues.

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Issue 06 (2015-01-26)
Change the “table 5-1”.

Issue 05 (2012-11-01)
Port description is modified.

Issue 04 (2011-07-27)
Change the functions of PMU, MTBF and template.

Issue 03 (2009-12-01)
Change the specification of PDM.

Issue 02 (2009-04-09)
Add 50A PSU in power system.

Issue 01 (2008-10-09)
This issue is the first official release.

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Contents

About This Document .................................................................................................................... ii


1 Safety Precautions ......................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 General Safety Precautions ........................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Electrical Safety ............................................................................................................................................................. 1
1.3 Battery Safety................................................................................................................................................................ 2
1.4 Cable Layout ................................................................................................................................................................. 3
1.5 Mechanical Safety ......................................................................................................................................................... 4
2 Maintenance Preparations ........................................................................................................... 6
2.1 Getting Familiar with the Site ....................................................................................................................................... 6
2.2 Preparing Tools ............................................................................................................................................................. 6
3 Overview......................................................................................................................................... 8
3.1 General Troubleshooting Procedure ............................................................................................................................. 8
3.2 Typical Application ........................................................................................................................................................ 8
3.3 Appearance ................................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.4 Power monitoring system (PMU) ................................................................................................................................ 10
3.5 Monitoring Backplane ................................................................................................................................................. 12
3.6 DC surge protector ...................................................................................................................................................... 14
3.7 AC Detection Board ..................................................................................................................................................... 14
3.8 PSU .............................................................................................................................................................................. 15
4 Routine Maintenance ................................................................................................................. 17
4.1 Routine maintenance .................................................................................................................................................. 17
4.2 Remote Software Upgrade.......................................................................................................................................... 18
5 Troubleshooting the TP48300/A ............................................................................................... 21
6 Troubleshooting Components .................................................................................................. 29
6.1 AC SPD......................................................................................................................................................................... 29
6.2 Fuse ............................................................................................................................................................................. 29
6.3 Circuit Breaker ............................................................................................................................................................ 29
6.4 DC Contactor ............................................................................................................................................................... 30
6.5 PSU .............................................................................................................................................................................. 31
6.6 PMU ............................................................................................................................................................................ 31
6.7 AC Detection Board ..................................................................................................................................................... 31

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6.8 DC Surge Protection Board ......................................................................................................................................... 32


6.9 Monitoring Signal Transfer Board ............................................................................................................................... 32
7 Parts Replacement ....................................................................................................................... 34
7.1 Replacing a PSU........................................................................................................................................................... 34
7.2 Replacing the PMU ..................................................................................................................................................... 35
7.3 Replacing the AC Surge Protection Module ................................................................................................................ 35
7.4 Replacing the DC Surge Protection Board ................................................................................................................... 36
7.5 Replacing the Monitoring Signal Transfer Board ......................................................................................................... 37
7.6 Replacing a Fuse ......................................................................................................................................................... 37
7.7 Replacing the AC Detection Board .............................................................................................................................. 38
7.8 Replacing a Circuit Breaker ......................................................................................................................................... 38
A Appendix ..................................................................................................................................... 40
B Acronyms and Abbreviations .................................................................................................. 45

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1 Safety Precautions

1.1 General Safety Precautions


 Ensure that the product is used in environments that meet its design specifications to
avoid damaging components and voiding the warranty.
 Ensure that only trained and qualified personnel install, operate, and maintain Huawei
equipment.
 Comply with local laws and regulations. The safety instructions in this document are
only supplements to local laws and regulations.
 Do not operate the device or cables during thunderstorms.
 Remove metal objects such as watches, bracelets, and rings when using the product.
 Use insulated tools on the product.
 Follow specified procedures during installation and maintenance.
 Measure contact point voltage with an electric meter before touching a conductor surface
or terminal. Ensure that the contact point has no voltage or it is within the specified
range.
 Note that the load may power off during maintenance or fault location if the power
system is not connected to a battery or if battery capacity is insufficient.
 Store cables for at least 24 hours at room temperature before laying out them if they were
previously stored at sub-0ºC.
 Routinely check installed equipment and perform maintenance according to the user
manual; replace faulty components quickly to ensure that the device works properly.

1.2 Electrical Safety


Grounding Requirements
 When installing a device, install the ground cable first. When removing a device, remove
the ground cable last.
 Before operating a device, ensure that the device is properly grounded.

AC and DC Operation Requirements

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 The power system is powered by high-voltage power sources. Direct or indirect contact
(through damp objects) with high-voltage power sources may result in serious danger.
 Non-standard and improper operations may result in fire and electric shocks.
 Before electrical connections, turn off the upstream protection switch for the device.
 Before connecting the AC power supply, ensure that electrical connections are complete.
 Before you connect cables to loads or battery cables, check cable and terminal polarities,
preventing reverse connections.

ESD Requirements
 To prevent electrostatic-sensitive components from being damaged by the static on
human bodies, wear a well-grounded ESD wrist strap or gloves when touching circuit
boards.
 When holding a board, hold its edge without components. Do not touch chips.
 Removed boards must be packaged with ESD packaging materials before storage and
transportation.

Liquid Prevention Requirements


 Place this product far away from areas with liquid. Do not place the product under
positions prone to leakage, such as air conditioner vents, ventilation vents, and feeder
windows of the equipment room. Prevent liquid from entering the inside of the device to
avoid short circuits, and ensure that there is no condensation inside the equipment room
or device.
 If detecting any liquid inside the device, immediately disconnect the power supply and
contact the administrator.

1.3 Battery Safety


Before installing, operating, and maintaining batteries, read the instructions provided by the battery vendor. The
safety precautions in this document are for special attention. For more safety precautions, see the instructions
provided by the battery vendor.

Basic Requirements
 Before installation and maintenance, wear goggles, rubber gloves, and protective clothes
to prevent injury caused by electrolyte overflow.
 When handling a battery, ensure that its electrodes are upward. Leaning or reversing
batteries is prohibited.
 Keep the battery loop disconnected during installation and maintenance.
 Secure battery cables to a torque specified in battery documentation. Loose connections
will result in excessive voltage drop or cause batteries to burn out when the current is
large.

Preventing Battery Short Circuit

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Short circuits will generate high transient currents and release a great deal of energy, which may cause personal
injury.

If conditions permit, disconnect the batteries in use before performing any other operations.

Preventing Flammable Gas

 Do not use unsealed lead-acid batteries.


 Place and secure lead-acid batteries horizontally to prevent device inflammation or
corrosion due to flammable gas emitted from batteries.

Lead-acid batteries in use emit flammable gas. Therefore, store the batteries in a place with good ventilation, and
take measures against fire.

Preventing Battery Leakage

High temperatures may result in battery distortion, damage, and electrolyte overflow.

When the battery temperature is higher than 60°C, check the battery for electrolyte overflow. If the electrolyte
overflows, absorb and counteract the electrolyte immediately. When moving or handling a battery whose
electrolyte leaks, exercise caution because the leaking electrolyte may hurt human bodies. When you find
electrolyte leaks, use sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) or sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) to counteract and absorb the
leaking electrolyte.

Preventing Battery Overdischarge


After you connect batteries, ensure that the battery fuse is disconnected or the circuit breaker is OFF before
powering on the power system. This prevents battery overdischarge, which damages batteries.

1.4 Cable Layout


 When cables are used in a high temperature environment, the insulation layer may age
and be damaged. Ensure that a sufficient distance exists between the cables and the DC
busbar, shunt, and fuse.
 Signal cables must be bound separately from strong-current cables and high-voltage
cables.
 Cables prepared by the customer must have the fire resistance capability.
 Cables must not pass behind the air exhaust vents of rectifiers in the cabinet.

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1.5 Mechanical Safety


Hoisting Devices

Do not walk under cantilevers or raised objects.


 Only trained and qualified personnel are allowed to perform hoisting operations.
 Before hoisting objects, check that all hoisting tools are available and in good condition.
 Before hoisting objects, ensure that hoisting tools are firmly fixed onto a weight-bearing
object or wall.
 Ensure that the angle formed by two cables is less than 90 degrees.

Using a Ladder
 Use only ladders that are in good condition. Find out and do not exceed the maximum
weight capacity.
 The recommended angle for a ladder against another object is 75 degrees. Measure the
gradient with a right angle or your arms, as shown in Figure 1-1. Ensure that the wider
end of the frame is at the bottom, the base cannot slide, and that the ladder is securely
positioned.

Figure 1-1 Correct angle for ladders

 When climbing a ladder:


− Ensure that your body's center of gravity does not shift outside the legs of the
ladder.
− To minimize the risk of falling, steady your balance on the ladder before performing
any operation.
− Do not climb higher than the fourth rung from the top.
To climb onto a roof, ensure that the ladder top is at least one meter higher than the roofline, as shown in Figure
1-2.

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Figure 1-2 One meter higher than the roofline

Drilling Holes

Do not drill holes into a cabinet without permission. Non-standard drilling may affect the electromagnetic
shielding of the cabinet and damage interior cables. Metal shards generated during drilling may short-circuit
circuit boards if they get into the cabinet.
 Before drilling holes into a cabinet, remove interior cables.
 Wear goggles and protective gloves when drilling holes.
 After drilling, clean up metal shards immediately.

Moving Heavy Objects


 Be cautious to prevent injury when moving heavy objects.
 Wear protective gloves when moving heavy objects.

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2 Maintenance Preparations

This chapter describes how to make maintenance preparations.

2.1 Getting Familiar with the Site


Before maintaining the TP48300/A, you must get familiar with the site, drawings, and installation procedure.

2.2 Preparing Tools


Tool Picture Function

Multimeter Used to check cabinet


insulation and cable
connection, and measure
electronic performance
specifications of a device,
such as voltage, current,
and resistance.

Phillips screwdriver (M3 and Used to tighten screws.


M6)

Flat-head screwdriver (M3 Used to tighten screws.


and M6)

Socket wrench Used to tighten bolts.

Torque wrench Used to tighten bolts.

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Tool Picture Function

Adjustable wrench Used to tighten bolts.

Hex key (M5) Used to tighten bolts.

Crimping tool Used to crimp cord end


terminals.

Diagonal pliers Used to cut cables.

Wire stripper Used to strip the insulation


from electric wires.

PVC insulation tape Used to insulate wires and


conductors.

Fuse extracting unit Used to install or remove


fuses.

Brush and oil brush Used to clean the shell and


plane and apply paint.

Sand paper Used to remove rust.

Paint Used to prevent rust.

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3 Overview

3.1 General Troubleshooting Procedure


The general procedure for troubleshooting the TP48300/A is as follows:
Step 1 Observe the indicators on each module to identify faults.
Step 2 Query fault information in the PMU.
Step 3 Record the indicator status on each module and all fault information displayed on the PMU.
Step 4 Determine the fault sources: the DC, AC, PSU, storage battery, or monitoring unit.
Step 5 Analyze fault causes based on fault sources by referring to maintenance cases or checklists.
Step 6 Rectify the faults.
Step 7 Record the troubleshooting procedure and obtained data.
Step 8 Query information displayed on the PMU again to ensure that all faults are rectified.
Step 9 Record the troubleshooting results.----End

3.2 Typical Application


The TP48300/A, AC power source, automatic transfer switch (ATS), and storage batteries are combined to form a
site power supply solution. Figure 3-1 shows the position of the TP48300/A in a typical site solution.

Figure 3-1 Position of the TP48300/A in a typical site solution

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3.3 Appearance
Figure 3-2 shows the TP48300/A interior.

Figure 3-2 TP48300/A interior

(1) Positive busbar of the DC (2)Load low voltage (3) Copper transfer bar
output disconnection (LLVD) route
(4) AC surge protector (5) Grounding busbar of the (6) Connection to the
cabinet cathode of storage
batteries

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(7) Battery low voltage (8) AC input circuit breaker (9) N wiring terminal
disconnection (BLVD) route
(10) Monitoring module (11) Rectifier module

NOTE
In Figure 3-2, on the top is the system with 220 V AC input and on the bottom is the system with 110V AC input.
N cable is disconnected at the input of 110 V AC.

3.4 Power monitoring system (PMU)


When a major alarm is generated on the TP48300/A, 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 5-1. For details about menus on the CPMU01, see the Appendix. 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.
Figure 3-3 shows the CPMU01 panel.

Figure 3-3 CPMU01 panel

Figure 3-4 shows how to query alarms on the CPMU01 panel.

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Figure 3-4 Querying alarms on the CPMU01 panel

Figure 3-5 Querying alarms on the NetEco net work management UI

NOTE
The information on the NetEco net work management UI is for reference, for the actual UI please refer to the UI
of the TP48300/A power system.

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Table 3-1 describes the indicators and buttons on the CPMU01.

Table 3-1 Indicators and buttons on the CPMU01 panel

Indicator or Status Description


Button

RUN indicator Off The CPMU01 is faulty.


(green)
Steady on The CPMU01 is working properly but is not
communicating with Huawei
communications equipment.

Blinking slowly The CPMU01 is working properly and is


communicating with Huawei
communications equipment.

ALM indicator (red) Steady on If the red ALM indicator is steady on and the
buzzer beeps, a major alarm is generated.

▲ 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 8
minutes.
 The standby screen is displayed if the LCD is left unattended for 5 minutes.
 On the standby screen, press ▼+Enter to decrease the LCD contrast, and press ▲+Enter to increase
the LCD contrast.

3.5 Monitoring Backplane


NOTE
All ports in this manual are protected by a security mechanism.
The monitoring backplane is a transfer board that implements the signal transmission between the PMU and the
main equipment, and between the PMU and the sensors. Figure 3-6 shows the ports on the monitoring
backplane PW31PMBA VER.C BP.F.

Figure 3-6 Monitoring backplane ports

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Table 3-2 Description on ports of the monitoring backplane

Port Description

DC_SPD Fault alarm port for DC surge protector

AC_SPD Fault alarm port for AC surge protector

JTD1 Standby input port 1 for Boolean value

JTD2 Standby input port 2 for Boolean value

TEM_HUM Port for humidity/temperature sensors

VTEM2 Port for temperature sensor

VBTEM1 Port 1 for the temperature sensor of storage batteries

VBTEM2 Port 2 for the temperature sensor of storage batteries

J19 Port for controlling the powering on and powering off of batteries
and loads

SIM1 Port 1 for voltage-type analog (0 V to 64 V)

SIM2 Port 2 for voltage-type analog (0 V to 64 V)

WIRE Port for Voltage-type analog (0 V to 64 V) to monitor the status of


the DDF

SIM4 Port 4 for voltage-type analog (0 V to 5 V)

Authentication AC detection port


Center (AC)

J18 Port for connecting the negative poles of the batteries and the
busbar

J3 Port for monitoring busbar voltage

FUS1 Port 1 for monitoring the disconnection of the battery fuse

FUS2 Port 2 for monitoring the disconnection of the battery fuse

LAMP Port for cabinet lamp

J15 Port for monitoring the battery current

BATF Port for monitoring the fuse of the primary load shutdown

LOADF Port for monitoring the fuse of the secondary load shutdown

J16 The RS485 port: the communication port between the PMU and the
PSU

J17 The RS485 port: the communication port between the PMU and the
PSU

J1 Backplane connector connected to the PMU signal port

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Port Description

J2 Backplane connector connected to the PMU power port

DB9 MODEM communication port

J11 Port RS232/RS422: communication port between the PMU and the
main equipment

J12 Commissioning port

3.6 DC surge protector


Figure 3-7 DC surge protector

Table 3-3 Description on ports of the DC surge protector

Port Description

J1 Port for connecting -48 V busbar

J2 Port for connecting the positive busbar of the DC output

J3 Port connecting to the ground

J4 Fault alarm port of the DC surge protector, connected to DC_SPD


on the monitoring backplane

3.7 AC Detection Board


The AC detection board is used to detect the AC input voltage.

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Figure 3-8 AC detection board

Table 3-4 Ports on the AC detection board

Port Description

J1 1 Used to connect to phase N

2 Reserved

3 Reserved

4 Used to connect to phase L1

J2 Used to report the AC voltage by connecting to the AC port on the


monitoring backplane

J3 Reserved

BAT Reserved

3.8 PSU
The PSU converts AC power into DC power. Figure 3-9 shows a PSU panel.

Figure 3-9 PSU panel

(1) Run indicator (2) Protection indicator (3) Fault indicator

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Table 3-5 Indicators on a PSU

Indicator Indicator Normal Abnormal Exception Cause


Color Status Status

Run Green Steady on Off  The mains supply fails due to


indicator AC absence, AC input
overvoltage, or AC input
undervoltage.The PSU has
no output.

Protection Yellow Off Steady on  A temperature prewarning is


indicator generated when the
ambient temperature
exceeds 65°C (149°F) but is
below the overtemperature
threshold.
 When the PSU enters the
hibernation mode, the
Protection indicator is
steady on and the PSU does
not report any alarms.

ALM Red Off Steady on The PSU has no power output


indicator due to output overvoltage
shutdown, fan faults,
overtemperature shutdown, or
internal PSU faults. (If the PSU
has no power output due to a
mains supply failure such as AC
input absence, AC input
overvoltage, or AC input
undervoltage, the Fault
indicator is off.)

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4 Routine Maintenance

4.1 Routine maintenance


The TP48300/A is maintained every six months. If faults are identified, rectify them immediately.

Table 4-1 Routine maintenance checklist

Maintenance Maintenance Task


Item
Check Check Repair When Measures
Whether Method

Electricity The voltage Using a The battery low For details


output is multimeter voltage about how to
normal. disconnection rectify the fault,
(BLVD) voltage See chapter 5
or load low routine
voltage maintenance
disconnection checklist.
(LLVD) voltage
exceeds the
threshold.

Preventive Indicators are Observing Fault alarms are


maintenance in normal indicators generated.
inspection status.
(PMI)

Cabinet The paint and Observing the The cabinet Repaint and
appearance the cabinet surface is repair the
electroplated damaged or cabinet.
coating on the distorted.
surface of the
cabinet are in
good condition.

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4.2 Remote Software Upgrade


When the TP48300/A is used a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) module, you can upgrade
software of the TP48300/A 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 to 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.
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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5 Troubleshooting the TP48300/A

The symptoms and troubleshooting measures of TP48300/A is shown in Table 5-1.

Table 5-1 Troubleshooting the TP48300/A

Category Exception Cause Measures

AC out of phase  The AC input  Check whether the AC input cable is


cable is faulty. connected properly. If it is not connected
 The mains properly, reconnect it. If the insulation layer
supply or D.G. deteriorates, replace the AC input cable.
fails.  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.

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Category Exception Cause Measures

AC power failure  The AC input  Check whether the AC input cable is


cable is faulty. connected properly. If it is not connected
 The mains properly, reconnect it.
supply or D.G.  Check whether the AC power is available. If
fails. 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.
Figure 5-1 shows the correct position of the
AC detection cable.
 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.

AC overvoltage  The alarm  Check whether the AC overvoltage and


or undervoltage threshold for undervoltage alarm thresholds are properly
AC overvoltage set on the PMU. If no, adjust them as
or undervoltage required.
is not properly  If the mains supply provides the AC power,
set on the contact the mains supplier. If the D.G.
PMU. provides the AC power, check and repair the
 The mains D.G. by referring to the D.G. User Manual.
supply or D.G.
fails.

DC overvoltage  The alarm  Check whether the DC overvoltage and


or undervoltage threshold for undervoltage alarm thresholds are properly
DC overvoltage set on the PMU. If no, adjust them as
or undervoltage required.
is not properly  Reseat all PSUs one by one when storage
set on the batteries provide power normally. If an
PMU. overvoltage alarm is generated when a
certain PSU is reinserted, replace this PSU.

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Category Exception Cause Measures

Overcurrent  The charging  Check the charging parameters on the PMU


charge parameters are and reset those that are not properly set.
not properly set  Check whether the communications cable
on the PMU. between the PSU and the monitoring
 The load loop backplane of the power system is connected
or battery loop properly. If yes, reseat the PSU.
is faulty.  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.

Load  The contactor is  Check whether the contactor is faulty and


disconnection faulty. whether the contactor cannot be connected
 The PMU load or disconnected. If the contactor is faulty or
disconnection the contactor cannot be connected or
voltage is disconnected, replace the contactor.
overhigh.  Check whether the LLVD voltage is overhigh.
 The load power If it is overhigh, adjust the voltage to the
is greater than normal range.
the maximum  Check whether the load power is greater
value than the configured PSU power. If yes, add
configured for PSUs and reset the number of PSUs on the
the PSU, and PMU. Then switch the circuit breakers for the
this causes low newly added PSUs in the ON position. If the
output voltage. load power exceeds the maximum power of
the TP48300/A, decrease the load power.

Battery  The battery  Check whether the mains supply fails and
disconnection parameters are whether the battery voltage is below the
not properly set BLVD threshold. If the mains supply fails or
on the PMU. the battery voltage is below the BLVD
 The contactor is threshold, contact the mains supplier.
faulty.  Check that BLVD is enabled on the PMU.
 Check the battery cables and connectors, 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.

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Category Exception Cause Measures

Battery loop  The battery  Check the battery cables and connectors, and
broken loop is faulty. replace faulty ones.
 The contactor is  Check whether the contactor is faulty and
faulty. whether the contactor cannot be connected
 Storage or disconnected. If the contactor is faulty or
batteries are cannot be connected or disconnected,
faulty. replace the contactor.
 Check the storage batteries and replace
faulty ones.

Overhigh or over  The alarm  Check that the alarm threshold for ambient
low ambient threshold for temperatures is properly set on the PMU.
temperature ambient  Check the temperature control system in the
temperatures is shelter and repair it if necessary. After the
not properly set temperature inside the cabinet is adjusted to
on the PMU. the specified range, the alarm is
 The automatically cleared.
temperature  If the alarm persists, repair the temperature
inside the sensor.
shelter where
the ambient
temperature
sensor is
installed is not
in the normal
range.
 The battery
temperature
sensor is faulty.

Faulty ambient  The sensor is  Check whether the signal cable is properly
temperature not connected connected to the UIM. If no, fasten or
sensor properly. replace the signal cable.

Faulty battery
 The battery  If the cable is connected properly but the
temperature temperature sensor is faulty, replace the sensor.
sensor sensor is faulty.  If the alarm persists, replace the UIM.
 The UIM is
faulty.

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Category Exception Cause Measures

Overhigh or over  The alarm  Check that the alarm threshold for ambient
low ambient threshold for humidity is properly set on the PMU.
humidity ambient  Check the shelter for water intrusion. If there
humidity is not is water in the shelter, remove the water
set properly on using a dry cotton cloth or dehumidifier.
the PMU.
 If the humidity in the cabinet is adjusted to
 The humidity the specified range but the alarm persists,
inside the check and repair the humidity sensor.
shelter that
houses the
humidity sensor
is not in the
normal range.
 The humidity
sensor is faulty.

Faulty ambient  The sensor is  Check whether the signal cable is properly
humidity sensor not connected connected to the monitoring backplane. If
properly. no, fasten or replace the signal cable.
 The humidity  If the cable is connected properly but the
sensor is faulty. sensor is faulty, replace the sensor.
 The monitoring  If the alarm persists, replace the monitoring
backplane is backplane.
faulty.

Overhigh or over  The battery  Check that the alarm threshold for battery
low battery cabinet is under temperatures is properly set on the PMU.
temperature an  Check whether the temperature inside the
overtemperatur battery cabinet is overhigh. If it is, lower the
e condition. temperature inside the battery cabinet. The
 The alarm alarm is automatically cleared after the
threshold for temperature lowers to the proper range.
battery  Check the charge current. If the charge
temperatures is current is overhigh, change the charge mode
not properly set from boost charge to floating charge and
on the PMU. check whether the charge current lowers. If
 The charge the charge current is still overhigh, reduce
current of the charge current. If the overtemperature
storage condition persists, check the storage
batteries is batteries and replace faulty ones.
overhigh.
 The battery
temperature
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Category Exception Cause Measures

PSU fault  The PSU has  Check the fault indicator on the PSU panel. If
poor contact the indicator is blinking red, the PSU is faulty.
with the Then replace the PSU.
subrack.  Disconnect the AC power from the PSU, and
 The PSU is then restart the PSU after a period of time. If
faulty. the alarm persists, replace the PSU.

PSU shutdown  The input  Check whether the mains supply voltage is
PSU protection voltage to the higher than the PSU AC overvoltage
PSU is not in threshold (300 V) or lower than the PSU AC
the normal undervoltage threshold (85 V). If the power
range. grid is in an overvoltage or undervoltage
 A fault occurs condition for a long period of time, contact
on the PSU. the mains supplier to improve the power
grid.
 If the input voltage to the PSU is within the
specified range but this alarm persists,
replace the PSU.

Communication  The signal cable  Check whether the PSU is installed in the
failure between to the PSU is subrack and whether the PSU is properly
the PSU and the not connected connected. If the PSU is not installed in the
PMU properly. subrack, install the PSU in the correct
 The PSU is not position. If the PSU has poor contact with the
installed in the subrack, reseat the PSU, and ensure that the
subrack. PSU is secured to the subrack.
 The PSU has
 Check whether the communications cable is
poor contact properly connected between the PSU and
with the the monitoring backplane. If yes, reseat the
subrack. PSU.
 A fault occurs
 If the alarm persists, replace the PSU.
on the PSU.  If the alarm still persists after the PSU is
 The monitoring replaced, replace the monitoring backplane.
backplane is
faulty.

D.G. fault  The signal cable  Check that the signal cable to the D.G. is
to the D.G. is connected properly.
not connected  Check whether D.G. startup is disabled on
properly. the PMU and whether the D.G. has been
 D.G. started manually. If D.G. startup is disabled
parameters are and the D.G. has been started manually, shut
incorrectly set down the D.G. Then the D.G. fault alarm is
on the PMU. cleared.
 The D.G. is  Check whether the D.G. is faulty. If it is
faulty. faulty, repair the D.G. by referring to the D.G.
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Category Exception Cause Measures

Load fuse blown  The load fuse is  Check whether the load circuit breaker is in
faulty. the OFF position. If it is, switch it to the ON
 The load circuit position.
breaker is in  If the circuit breaker is to the ON position ,
the OFF the alarm still exists, check whether the load
position. 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.

Faulty AC SPD  The AC SPD is  Observe the indication window on the AC


faulty. surge protection module. If it turns red,
 The monitoring replace the surge protection module. If it
backplane is does not turn red, then check whether the
faulty. detection cable to AC SPD is connected well
(the detection cable to AC SPD is shown in
Figure 5-2), if it doesn’t connect well, then
replace the detection cable. If the cable is ok,
then the alarm loop in the PMU is faulty.
Then replace the PMU.
 If the alarm persists, replace the monitoring
backplane.

Faulty DC SPD  The DC SPD is  Check whether the cable for detecting the DC
faulty. surge protection board fault is connected
properly and whether the cable is damaged
or cracked. If yes, replace the detection cable
(the position of the cable for detecting the
DC surge protection board fault is shown in
Figure 7-5.)
 If the cable is properly connected, replace
the DC surge protection board.
 If the alarm persists after the DC surge
protection board is replaced, replace the
PMU. If the alarm still persists, replace the
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 If the customer does not require the TP48300/A to be managed in in-band mode, do not connect
the TP48300/A and the base band unit (BBU) with an Ethernet cable or an RJ45 communications
cable. If the customer requires the TP48300/A 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 TP48300/A Quick Installation Guide.
 The PMU and PSUs are hot-swappable.
 When replacing the monitoring board, take ESD measures such as wearing an ESD wrist wrap.

Figure 5-1 Detection cables to AC power

Figure 5-2 Detection cables to AC SPD

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6 Troubleshooting Components

This chapter describes how to troubleshoot the components of TP48300/A.

6.1 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.

6.2 Fuse
Check whether the input voltage is the same as the output voltage. If they are different, the fuse is damaged.

6.3 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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6.4 DC Contactor
Table 6-1 DC contactor description

Position Type Check Method

LLVD route Normally closed (NC) (When  When there is no voltage on the
BLVD route the contactor is powered control pin of the contactor, use a
off, the contactor is closed.) mulitmeter to check whether the
output pin is in normal status. For
example, if pins 1 and 2 shown in
Figure 6-1 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 6-1 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.

Battery route Normally open (NO) (When  When there is no voltage on the
(battery fuse the contactor is powered control pin of the contactor, use a
or circuit off, the contactor is open.) mulitmeter to check whether the
breaker output pin of the contactor is in
route) normal status. For example, if pins 1
and 2 shown in Figure 6-1 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 6-1 have a rated
control voltage, use a multimeter to
check the connection status between
pins 3 and 4. If pins 3 and 4 are
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Figure 6-1 DC contactor

6.5 PSU
The PSU is damaged if either of the following conditions is not met:
 The Run indicator of the PSU is steady on and the Fault indicator is off when the PSU
does not communicate with the PMU and the input AC voltage is around 220 V. The
PSU outputs power normally.
 The PMU can perform control on the charge mode (boost charge or floating charge) and
current for the PSU when the PSU communications cable is properly connected and the
PSU communicates with the PMU normally.

6.6 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.

6.7 AC Detection Board


To check whether an AC detection board (the PW31ACDA is used as an example) is faulty, perform the following
steps:
Step 1 Remove the power subrack cover plate and protection cover plate of the PW31ACDA using a
Phillips screwdriver.

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Step 2 Turn the multimeter to the AC range. Measure the phase A AC input of the J1 port (pins 1
and 4) on the PW31ACDA. Remove the cable from the J2 port (pins 1 and 5 from the right),
wrap the connector using ESD tape, and measure the small AC signal sent from the J2 port to
the monitoring backplane. According to the following formula, when the phase A AC input
voltage on the J1 port is 220 V, the phase A small AC signal must be about 280 mV. If the
small AC signal is inexact, the AC detection board is faulty.
Phase small A AC signal = Phase A AC input x 510/400 K
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6.8 DC Surge Protection Board


To check whether a DC surge protection board (the WD22DLPB is used as an example) is faulty, perform the
following steps:
Switch the AC circuit breaker to the OFF position and switch to the battery loop.
Step 1 Remove the cover on the back of the cabinet and find the DC surge protection board.
1. Turn the multimeter to the diode range to check whether a short circuit occurs between
the two pins at the J4 port. You can remove the DC surge protection board for easy
measurement.
2. Label the cables to the DC surge protection board.
3. Remove the cables.
4. Loosen the screws on the DC surge protection board and remove the DC surge protection
board.
Step 2 If the DC surge protection board needs to be repaired, locate the fault further.Check
whether fuses F1, F2, and F3 are blown. If F1 is blown, check whether short circuits occur on
the RV1 varistor or RV2 varistor. If either varistor is short-circuited, the varistor fails. If F2 is
blown, check whether the RV3 varistor or RV4 varistor is short-circuited. If F3 is blown, check
whether the RV5 varistor or RV6 varistor is short-circuited. Replace faulty components and
ensure that all faults are rectified.
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6.9 Monitoring Signal Transfer Board


This section describes how to check whether a DC surge protection board (the PW31OMIC is used as an example)
is faulty.
The PW31PMIC implements functions of surge protection and signal transfer. The PW31PMIC is damaged mainly
because of lightning strikes or short circuits. Ensure that all plugs on the PW31PMIC are properly and reliably
installed. The following lists main faults of the PW31PMIC:
 The busbar voltage input is abnormal.
Step 1 Check whether the busbar voltage is normal.
Step 2 If the busbar voltage is abnormal, check whether the busbar is faulty.
Step 3 If the busbar is running properly, pull out the J3 plug and use a multimeter to check whether
the voltage between pin 1 and pin 4 is equal to the busbar voltage. If no, the J3 input cable is
faulty. If yes, reseat the J3 plug, remove the CPMU01, and check whether there is voltage
output at the J2 port on the backplane by performing the following steps:
1. Insert a metal wire into the 1PIN in the middle and the 1PIN on the side respectively and
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2. Take care to avoid that the two metal wires are short circuited or that they are in contact
with the shell. If there is no voltage output at the J2 port, pull out the CPMU01 and
remove the backplane.
3. Check whether the printed circuit board (PCB) copper sheet on the two sides of the
backplane is burnt or bulges occur inside the PCB.
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 The diodes on the backplane are abnormal.


Pull out the CPMU01 and remove the backplane. Set the multimeter to the diode gear to
check whether a short circuit occurs on the backplane by performing the following steps.
Step 1 Measure the two polarities of the diode using the leads of a mulitimeter.
Step 2 Measure the two polarities of the diode again by changing the position of the leads.
Step 3 If the multimeter buzzes for both times, the diodes are damaged.Check the following diodes:
D6, D22 to D29, D33, D36, D43 to D51, and D55 to D62.
 The positive temperature coefficient (PTC) thermisistors on the monitoring backplane
are abnormal.
Pull out the CPMU01 and remove the monitoring backplane. Set the multimeter to the
diode range and check whether short circuits occur on the RT1, RT2, RT3, or RT4. If yes,
the PTC thermisistor is damaged.
 The varistor and the gas discharge tube on the backplane are abnormal.
Pull out the CPMU01 and remove the backplane. For details, see the corresponding
sections in this chapter.
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7 Parts Replacement

This chapter describes how to replace the main components of the TP48300/A.
NOTE
 Ensure that loads are supplied with power during the replacement. For example, keep the circuit
breakers for primary loads in the ON position, and avoid the situation where both storage battery
input and AC input are disconnected from the loads to be replaced.
 If load disconnection is indeed required, seek the customer's prior consent.
 The PMU and PSUs are hot-swappable.
 For details about safety precautions, see chapter "1 Safety Precautions."

7.1 Replacing a PSU


To replace a PSU, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Unscrew the PSU panel by using a flat-head screwdriver.
Step 2 Gently pull the handle of the PSU outwards, and then remove the PSU from the subrack, as
shown in Figure 7-1.

Figure 7-1 Removing a PSU

Step 3 Insert a new PSU into the corresponding subrack. Then, loosen the screws on the handle and
pull out the handle.
Step 4 Slide the PSU into the subrack along the guide rail. Then lock the handle.
Step 5 Tighten the screws on the handle, as shown in Figure 7-2.

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Figure 7-2 Installing a PSU

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7.2 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.
Step 4 Tighten the screws on the handle.
Step 5 Set parameters on the PMU panel.
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Figure 7-3 Replacing the PMU

7.3 Replacing the AC Surge Protection ModuleTo replace the AC surge


protection module, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Remove the AC surge protection module.
Step 2 Insert a new AC surge protection module.

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Figure 7-4 Replacing an AC surge protection module

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7.4 Replacing the DC Surge Protection Board


The DC surge protection board can be found when the cabinet cover is opened, as shown in Figure 7-5.

Figure 7-5 DC Surge Protection Board

To replace a DC surge protection board, perform the following steps:


Step 1 Switch the AC circuit breaker to the OFF position and switch to the battery loop.
Step 2 Remove the cover plate from the back of the cabinet and find the DC surge protection board
in the middle.
Step 3 Label the cables on the DC surge protection board and remove the cables.
Step 4 Loosen the screws on the DC surge protection board using a Phillips screwdriver and remove
the DC surge protection board.
Step 5 Install a new DC surge protection board and secure it.
Step 6 Connect the cables to the DC surge protection board.
Step 7 Power on the DC surge protection board after the side cover is closed.
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7.5 Replacing the Monitoring Signal Transfer Board


The monitoring signal transfer board is behind the PMU and is covered by a cover plate, as shown in Figure 7-6.

Figure 7-6 Monitoring signal transfer board

To replace the monitoring signal transfer board, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Remove the PMU.
Step 2 Remove the power subrack cover plate using a Phillips screwdriver.
Step 3 Label the cables on the monitoring signal transfer board and remove the cables.
Step 4 Remove the screws on the monitoring signal transfer board using a Phillips screwdriver and
remove the monitoring signal transfer board.
Step 5 Install a new monitoring signal transfer board and secure it.
Step 6 Reinstall the cables as original.
Step 7 Reinsert the PMU and tighten the screws.
Step 8 Reinstall the power subrack plate and tighten the screws.
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7.6 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 7-7.Removing a
fuse

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Step 3 Install a new fuse, as shown in Figure 7-8.Installing a fuse

Step 4 Connect the fuse loop.


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7.7 Replacing the AC Detection Board


The AC detection board is beside the monitoring module. The AC detection board can be seen when the power
subrack cover plate and the protection cover plate of the AC detection board are removed, as shown in Figure
7-9.

Figure 7-9 Position of the AC detection board

To replace the AC detection board, perform the following steps:


Step 1 Switch the AC input circuit breaker to the OFF position.
Step 2 Remove the power subrack cover plate and protection cover plate of the AC detection board
using a Phillips screwdriver.
Step 3 Label the cables on the AC detection board and remove the cables.
Step 4 Loosen the screws on the AC detection board using a Phillips screwdriver and remove the AC
detection board.
Step 5 Install a new AC detection board and secure it.
Step 6 Connect the cables as original.
Step 7 Reinstall the protection cover plate and power subrack cover plate and tighten the screws.
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7.8 Replacing a Circuit Breaker


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
switch the circuit breaker to the OFF position before replacing an 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 PVC insulation tape to avoid
hazards.

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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 7-10.

Figure 7-10 Removing a circuit breaker

Step 4 Press the contact plate at the bottom of the circuit breaker using a flat-head screwdriver
again to install a new circuit breaker to the correct position. Then push the contact plate
upwards using the screwdriver.
Step 5 Use a Phillips screwdriver to install the cables or copper bars as they were installed.
Step 6 Switch the circuit breaker to ON position and connect power supply of the circuit breaker, as
shown in Figure 7-11.

Figure 7-11 Installing a circuit breaker

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A Appendix

Figure A-1 shows the menu hierarchy (to the secondary level) on the LCD screen.

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

Table A-1 lists menu items on the LCD screen.

Table A-1 Menu items on the LCD screen

Main Second Third Menu Forth Menu Fifth Default


Menu Menu Menu Value

Status Rectifiers Rectifiers ID ID - -

Load - -

Current - -

Current limit - -

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Menu Menu Menu Value

Status - -

Output power - -

Rated - -
efficiency

Input power - -

Input current - -

Rated current - -

Inner - -
temperature

Active alarm Critical Alarm - - -

Major Alarm

History alarm - - - -

Battery test - - - -
result

Version - - - -
display

Generator Generator 1/2 - -


status

Mainten Management - - - -
anace mode

Start - - - -

Rectifier ID - - - -

Settings System Address - - 0


settings
Text - - -

Communication - RS232
mode

Baud - - 9600

Date - -

Time - -

Battery 2 shunt - - No

Display contrast - - 3

System type - TP48300/A

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Menu Menu Menu Value

IP address - - 192.168.0.1

Subnet mask - - 255.255.254.0

Gateway - - 10.70.199.1

Server port - - 31220

Server IP - - 192.168.0.1
address 1

Server IP - - 192.168.0.2
address 2

Engineering Modify - None


settings Password

Initial - No
parameter

Rectifier sleep - Yes

Rectifier - 7days
exchange
sleep

Rectifier - 1pieces
Minimum
number ON

Best - 70%
efficiency
point

Fast charge - No

Alarm Alarm level Alarm -


settings
Level -

Digital alarm DI No. -

Mode -

Set DI name -

Alarm control Audible alarm - Yes

Clear history - No
alarm

Relay relate Alarm -

Relate relay -

AC settings Over voltage - - 280V

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Menu Menu Menu Value

Under voltage - - 180V

State measure - - Yes

DC settings Over voltage - - 58V

Under voltage - - 45V

Battery Battery Battery string - 1


settings selection
Capacitor 1 - 400AH

Capacitor 2 - 0

Install date - 2001-01-01

LVD settings LLVD enable - Yes

BLVD enable - Yes

LLVD - 44V

BLVD - 43V

Charge Float 53.5V

Boost 56.5V

Cycle BC 60days
duration

Current limit 0.10C10

Battery test Auto test Auto test Discharge test


enable

Cycle 120days

Test end 1.9V


voltage

Duration 10hours

Test 14days
delay

Short test Test end 45V


voltage

Duration 60minutes

Temperature co Temp - Batt1


efficiency compensation
basis

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Menu Menu Menu Value

Temperature - 80mV/ºC
compensation

BHTD enable - No

BHTD - 53ºC
temperature

Low - 0ºC
temperature
alarm

High - 50ºC
temperature
alarm

Upper limit - 80ºC

Lower limit - -20ºC

Ambient Upper limit - - 80ºC


settings
Lower limit - - -20ºC

High alarm - - 50ºC

Low alarm - - 0ºC

Generator Generator - - -
enable

Output power - - 12.5 kW

Discharge depth - - 30%

Temperature - - Yes
OFF enable

Start - - 45ºC
temperature

OFF - - 29ºC
temperature

Air-condition Type - - Single-phase

Power - - 1.0 kW

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B Acronyms and Abbreviations

A
AC alternating current
ASIC application-specific integrated circuit

B
BLVD battery low voltage disconnection

D
DC direct current

E
EMS element management system
ESD electrostatic discharge

F
FOA first office application

L
LCD liquid crystal display
LLVD load low voltage disconnection
LSI large-scale integrated

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N
NC normally closed
NO normally open

P
PCB printed circuit board
PMI preventive maintenance inspection
PMU power monitoring unit
PSU power supply unit

S
SELV safety extra-low voltage
SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol
SPD surge protection device

T
TNV telecommunication network voltage

U
UIM user interface module

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