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SMU02B Site Monitoring Unit

V500R001C10
User Manual

Issue 07

Date 2019-02-22

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About This Document

Purpose
This document describes the site monitoring unit 02B (SMU02B) in terms of its hardware,
liquid crystal display (LCD), web user interface (WebUI), common operations, remote
management, and features.
This document describes all the functions of the SMU02B. Some functions are implemented
by hardware (such as the DC meter and battery cell detector). If the corresponding hardware
is not connected to the SMU02B, the function is not available.
Figures in this manual are for reference only.

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

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

Symbol Description
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not


avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not


avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.

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Symbol Description
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss,
performance deterioration, or unanticipated results.
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to
personal injury.
Calls attention to important information, best practices
and tips.
NOTE is used to address information not related to
personal injury, equipment damage, and environment
deterioration.

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

Issue 07 (2019-02-22)
Optimized the content of the document.

Issue 06 (2018-05-25)
Optimized the SMU replacement procedure.
Updated the description of parameters under the parameters settings menu hierarchy in the
Parameters Settings.

Issue 05 (2018-01-08)
Modified 5 Remote Management.

Issue 04 (2017-08-25)
Optimized certain figures and text.

Issue 03 (2016-12-20)
Optimized the pin definitions for the NIM01C's COM1/2 and COM4 ports and the CIM02C's
COM1/2 and COM5 ports.

Issue 02 (2016-03-28)
Deleted the diesel generator features.

Issue 01 (2015-09-28)
This issue is used for first office application (FOA).
The matched software version is V500R001C10.

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Contents

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


1 Overview......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Features ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5

2 Panels and Ports ............................................................................................................................ 8


2.1 SMU02B ....................................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.2 SMU02B1 ................................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.3 UIM02C ...................................................................................................................................................................... 13
2.4 UIM02D...................................................................................................................................................................... 16
2.5 NIM01C ...................................................................................................................................................................... 20
2.6 CIM02C ...................................................................................................................................................................... 23
2.7 UIM03D...................................................................................................................................................................... 25
2.8 NIM02D...................................................................................................................................................................... 29

3 LCD ................................................................................................................................................ 31
3.1 Home Screen ............................................................................................................................................................... 31
3.2 Standby Screen ........................................................................................................................................................... 31
3.3 Buttons ........................................................................................................................................................................ 32
3.4 Password ..................................................................................................................................................................... 32

4 WebUI............................................................................................................................................ 33
4.1 Preparations for Login ................................................................................................................................................ 33
4.1.1 Connecting a Communications Cable ...................................................................................................................... 33
4.1.2 Setting Parameters ................................................................................................................................................... 33
4.2 Login Page .................................................................................................................................................................. 34

5 Remote Management .................................................................................................................. 36


5.1 U2000-SPM Management .......................................................................................................................................... 36
5.1.1 Connecting a communications cable ....................................................................................................................... 36
5.1.2 Setting Parameters ................................................................................................................................................... 37
5.2 NetEco Management .................................................................................................................................................. 37
5.2.1 Networking Mode 1: over FE .................................................................................................................................. 37
5.2.1.1 Connecting a Communications Cable ................................................................................................................... 37
5.2.1.2 Setting Parameters ................................................................................................................................................ 38

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5.2.2 Networking Mode 2: over an RS485/RS232 Port .................................................................................................... 39


5.2.2.1 Connecting a communications cable .................................................................................................................... 39
5.2.2.2 Setting Parameters ................................................................................................................................................ 40
5.2.3 Networking Mode 3: Connection Through an ANT Port (GPRS) ........................................................................... 41
5.2.3.1 Installing Communications Components .............................................................................................................. 41
5.2.3.2 Setting Parameters ................................................................................................................................................ 41
5.2.3.3 Verifying Network Connection ............................................................................................................................. 43
5.3 NMS Management over SNMP .................................................................................................................................. 43
5.3.1 Site Configuration .................................................................................................................................................... 43
5.3.1.1 Connecting a Communications Cable ................................................................................................................... 43
5.3.1.2 Setting Parameters ................................................................................................................................................ 44
5.3.2 Setting SNMP Parameters........................................................................................................................................ 45
5.3.3 NMS Commissioning .............................................................................................................................................. 46
5.4 NMS Management over YDN1363 Protocol .............................................................................................................. 47
5.4.1 Connecting a Communications Cable ...................................................................................................................... 47
5.4.2 Setting Parameters ................................................................................................................................................... 47

6 Common Tasks ............................................................................................................................ 48


6.1 Common Installation Tasks......................................................................................................................................... 48
6.1.1 Selecting a Language ............................................................................................................................................... 48
6.1.2 Using a USB Flash Drive for Site Deployment ....................................................................................................... 50
6.1.3 Setting Basic Battery Parameters ............................................................................................................................. 51
6.1.4 Setting the Date and Time ........................................................................................................................................ 53
6.1.5 Configuring an Alarm Tone ..................................................................................................................................... 54
6.1.6 Enabling or Disabling Alarms .................................................................................................................................. 56
6.1.7 Setting Alarm Severities .......................................................................................................................................... 57
6.1.8 Setting Alarm Associated Relays ............................................................................................................................. 59
6.1.9 Associating Alarms with Cameras ........................................................................................................................... 61
6.1.10 Configuring the Alarm SMS .................................................................................................................................. 63
6.1.11 Setting Alarm Actions for Dry Contact Outputs .................................................................................................... 65
6.1.12 Clearing Associations Between Alarms and Dry Contacts .................................................................................... 67
6.1.13 Viewing Alarms Associated with Dry Contact Outputs ......................................................................................... 68
6.1.14 Setting Alarm Conditions for Dry Contact Inputs.................................................................................................. 69
6.1.15 Modifying Dry Contact Input Names .................................................................................................................... 70
6.1.16 Testing the Relay ................................................................................................................................................... 70
6.1.17 Configuring Third-Party Equipment ...................................................................................................................... 71
6.1.18 Configuring Southbound Serial Port Equipment ................................................................................................... 73
6.1.19 Configuring the NIM02D ...................................................................................................................................... 76
6.2 Common Maintenance Tasks ...................................................................................................................................... 81
6.2.1 Backing Up the Current Settings ............................................................................................................................. 81
6.2.2 Importing a Configuration File ................................................................................................................................ 82
6.2.3 Restoring Factory Defaults ...................................................................................................................................... 83

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6.2.4 Upgrading the Software ........................................................................................................................................... 84


6.2.5 Resetting the SMU ................................................................................................................................................... 85
6.2.6 Adding, Modifying, or Deleting Users..................................................................................................................... 86
6.2.7 Changing a User Password ...................................................................................................................................... 87
6.2.8 Querying Active Alarms .......................................................................................................................................... 88
6.2.9 Querying and Clearing Historical Alarms ................................................................................................................ 89
6.2.10 Viewing the Battery Health Status ......................................................................................................................... 91
6.2.11 Clearing the Rectifiers Failing in Communication ................................................................................................ 92
6.2.12 Viewing an Operation Log ..................................................................................................................................... 93
6.2.13 Exporting Historical Data ...................................................................................................................................... 94
6.2.14 Exporting Fault Data .............................................................................................................................................. 94
6.2.15 Exporting Electronic Labels .................................................................................................................................. 95
6.2.16 Switching Between Equalized Charging and Float Charging ................................................................................ 96
6.2.17 Powering On and Off Batteries .............................................................................................................................. 98
6.2.18 Powering On and Off Loads ................................................................................................................................ 100
6.2.19 Starting and Shutting Down Rectifiers ................................................................................................................ 103
6.2.20 Starting and Shutting Down SSUs ....................................................................................................................... 106
6.2.21 Collecting Rectifier Fault Information ................................................................................................................. 107

7 Hardware Replacement ............................................................................................................ 108


7.1 Safety Precautions .................................................................................................................................................... 108
7.2 Replacing an SMU02B ............................................................................................................................................. 108
7.3 Replacing an SMU02B1 ........................................................................................................................................... 109
7.4 Replacing a UIM02C ................................................................................................................................................ 111
7.5 Replacing a UIM02D ................................................................................................................................................ 113
7.6 Replacing an NIM01C .............................................................................................................................................. 115
7.7 Replacing a CIM02C ................................................................................................................................................ 117
7.8 Replacing a UIM03D ................................................................................................................................................ 118
7.9 Replacing an NIM02D .............................................................................................................................................. 120

A Parameter Tables ...................................................................................................................... 123


A.1 LCD Menu Hierarchy .............................................................................................................................................. 123
A.2 Running Information ................................................................................................................................................ 124
A.3 Setting Wizard.......................................................................................................................................................... 130
A.4 Parameters Settings .................................................................................................................................................. 131
A.5 Running Control ...................................................................................................................................................... 155
A.6 Site Maintenance ...................................................................................................................................................... 161

B Alarm Tables ............................................................................................................................. 162


B.1 Power System Alarm Table ...................................................................................................................................... 162
B.2 Rectifier Alarm Table ............................................................................................................................................... 168
B.3 Rectifier Group Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................... 168
B.4 Battery Group Alarm Table ...................................................................................................................................... 169
B.5 Battery String Alarm Table....................................................................................................................................... 171

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B.6 BackBatt Group Alarm Table ................................................................................................................................... 172


B.7 Battery Cabinet Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................... 173
B.8 TCUC Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................................. 174
B.9 TCU Alarm Table ..................................................................................................................................................... 176
B.10 Intelligent Air Conditioner Alarm Table................................................................................................................. 177
B.11 AC Energy Meter Alarm Table ............................................................................................................................... 178
B.12 Temperature Control Group Alarm Table ............................................................................................................... 178
B.13 Fan Group Alarm Table .......................................................................................................................................... 178
B.14 SSU Alarm Table.................................................................................................................................................... 179
B.15 SSU Summary Alarm Table ................................................................................................................................... 179
B.16 ESMU Alarm Table ................................................................................................................................................ 180
B.17 ESS Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................................... 182
B.18 DTS Alarm Table ................................................................................................................................................... 183
B.19 Li-ion Battery Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................... 184
B.20 Low Capacity Li-ion Battery Alarm Table ............................................................................................................. 184
B.21 24V Module Alarm Table ....................................................................................................................................... 185
B.22 24V Module Group Alarm Table ............................................................................................................................ 185
B.23 NIM Alarm Table ................................................................................................................................................... 185
B.24 Electronic Lock Alarm Table ................................................................................................................................. 186
B.25 Heater Device Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................... 186
B.26 AC Air Conditioner Alarm Table............................................................................................................................ 186
B.27 EFUSE Alarm Table ............................................................................................................................................... 186
B.28 Battery Cell Detector Alarm Table ......................................................................................................................... 188
B.29 CIM Alarm Table ................................................................................................................................................... 190
B.30 AIM Alarm Table ................................................................................................................................................... 190
B.31 BIM Alarm Table ................................................................................................................................................... 191
B.32 BMS Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................................. 191
B.33 BMS Group Alarm Table ....................................................................................................................................... 192
B.34 Camera Alarm Table............................................................................................................................................... 193
B.35 GPS Alarm Table.................................................................................................................................................... 193
B.36 Tem-Hum(Intelligent) Alarm List .......................................................................................................................... 193
B.37 Infrared Sensor Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................. 194
B.38 PSC Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................................... 194
B.39 AirCon Remote Controller Alarm Table................................................................................................................. 196
B.40 Media AirCon Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................... 196
B.41 Door Sensor Alarm Table ....................................................................................................................................... 197
B.42 Humiture Sensor Alarm Table ................................................................................................................................ 197
B.43 Water Sensor Alarm Table ...................................................................................................................................... 198
B.44 Wire e-Meter Alarm Table ...................................................................................................................................... 198
B.45 Smoke Sensor Alarm Table .................................................................................................................................... 198
B.46 DCDU Alarm Table................................................................................................................................................ 199

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C FAQ ............................................................................................................................................. 202


C.1 How Do I Prepare the WebUI Operating Environment? .......................................................................................... 202

D Technical Specifications ......................................................................................................... 208


E Acronyms and Abbreviations ................................................................................................ 209

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1 Overview

1.1 Introduction
The SMU02B and SMU02B1 (SMU for short) are compact high-end monitoring modules that
monitor and manage Huawei's box-type and cabinet-type power systems.
You can access the SMU over the web user interface (WebUI), U2000-SPM, Huawei NetEco,
or a third-party network management system (NMS) that supports the SNMP and YDN1363
protocols to remotely manage power systems at multiple sites.
Equipped with a UIM02C, UIM02D, or UIM03D, the SMU provides sensor ports, an RS485
port, dry contact inputs, and dry contact outputs to manage the environment inside the power
system cabinet and to report alarms.
Equipped with an NIM01C or CIM02C, the SMU provides a GPRS antenna port and 12 V
COM port with power supply to manage intelligent electronic door locks and cameras and to
report alarms.

Figure 1-1 Typical configuration of the power system

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Figure 1-2 Typical port relationship of the power system

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Figure 1-3 Typical networking of the power system

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Figure 1-4 Typical configuration of the power and environment monitoring system

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Figure 1-5 Typical networking of the power and environment monitoring system

1.2 Features
The SMU has the following features:
 Monitors the power system operating status in real time.
− Monitors AC and DC information.

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− Monitors rectifier information.


− Monitors battery information.
− Monitors temperature control information.
− Monitors ambient temperatures, battery temperatures, ambient humidity, door status,
smoke generation, and water intrusion.
− Detects the status of six dry contact inputs.
 Detects and reports alarms in real time.
− There are four alarm severities, critical, major, minor, and warning, which can be
associated with dry contact outputs. If the UIM02C is configured, eight dry contact
outputs are supported. If the UIM02D is configured, twelve dry contact outputs are
supported.
− Informs users of alarms by the indicators and alarm sounds that can be enabled.
− Saves 50,000 historical alarms.
 Supports multiple remote management modes.
− Over the WebUI
− Over the NetEco
− Over the U2000-SPM
− Over an NMS that supports SNMP
− Over an NMS that supports YDN1363
 Supports flexible rectifier management.
− Controls rectifier output voltages.
− Controls rectifier output currents.
− Starts or shuts down each rectifier.
 Supports effective energy conservation management.
− Intelligent rectifier hibernation management
 Supports comprehensive battery management.
− Battery equalized charging and float charging management
− Battery fast charging management
− Battery temperature compensation
− Battery high temperature protection
− Battery test management
− Battery current limiting management
− Battery low voltage disconnection (BLVD) protection
− Battery presence and balance detection
− Remaining battery capacity and backup time forecasting
− Intelligent battery hibernation
 Supports intelligent temperature control management.
− Adjusts fans, AC air conditioners, and heaters based on ambient temperatures.
 Supports smart solar power management.
Based on the sun exposure, alternate the power supply between solar power, mains, and
batteries, which is energy efficient.
 Supports flexible and programmable logic control.

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− Selects any signals (such as those indicating DC undervoltage, rectifier missing, and
AC power failures) and performs logical operations on them, such as AND, OR,
NOT, >, <, and then sends calculation results to reserved dry contacts.
 Supports detailed data records and performance statistics.

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2 Panels and Ports

All the ports in this document are protected by security mechanisms.

2.1 SMU02B
Panel

Figure 2-1 SMU02B panel

(1) Run indicator (2) Minor Alarm indicator (3) Major Alarm
indicator
(4) Buttons (5) USB port (reserved, the port is (6) RS485/RS232
protected by a security mechanism.) port
(7) Handle (8) Locking latch (9) FE port
(10) Liquid crystal
display (LCD)

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Indicators

Table 2-1 SMU indicator description

Indicator Color Status Description


Run indicator Green Off The SMU is faulty or has no DC input.
Blinking at The SMU is running properly and
0.5 Hz communicating with the host properly.
Blinking at 4 The SMU is running properly but is not
Hz communicating with the host properly.
Minor Alarm Yellow Off No minor or warning alarm is generated.
indicator
Steady on A minor or warning alarm is generated.
Major Alarm Red Off No critical or major alarm is generated.
indicator
Steady on A critical or major alarm is generated.

LCD
The SMU provides a 128x48 LCD with white backlight to display real-time parameters for
you to view and set. The visible area dimensions (L x W) are 34.54 mm x 11.02 mm.

USB Port
You can quickly deploy a site, import and export configuration files, export running logs, and
upgrade software by inserting the USB flash drive that is specially used for site deployment
into the USB port.
After installing the Wi-Fi module using the USB port, you can access a power supply using
the mobile phone app or the browser, facilitating site deployment.

Communications Ports

Table 2-2 SMU communications port description

Communications Port Communications Parameter Communications


Protocol

FE 10/100M autonegotiation HTTPS, NetEco NMSs


protocol and SNMP
RS485/RS232 Baud rate: 9600 bit/s, 19,200 bit/s Master/slave protocol,
YDN1363 protocol, and
Modbus protocol

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Figure 2-2 Pins in a communications port

Table 2-3 FE port pin definition

Pin Signal Description


1 TX+ Sends data over FE.
2 TX-
3 RX+ Receives data over FE.
6 RX-
4, 5, 7, and 8 None -

Table 2-4 RS485/RS232 port pin definition

Pin Signal Description

1 TX+ Sends data over RS485.


2 TX-
4 RX+ Receives data over RS485.
5 RX-
3 RX232 Receives data over RS232.
7 TX232 Sends data over RS232.
6 PGND Connects to the ground.
8 None -

2.2 SMU02B1
Panel
The following figure shows the panel of the site monitoring unit SMU02B1.

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Figure 2-3 SMU02B1 panel

(1) SD card slot (2) Major alarm indicator (3) Minor alarm indicator
(4) USB port (5) RS485/RS232 port (6) Fast Ethernet (FE) port
(7) Run indicator

Indicators

Table 2-5 SMU02B1 indicator description

Name Color Status Description


Run indicator Green Off The SMU is faulty or has no
DC input.
Blinking slowly The SMU is running properly
(0.5 Hz) and communicating with the
host properly.
Blinking fast (4 The SMU is running properly
Hz) but fails to communicate with
the host properly.
Minor alarm Yellow Off No minor or warning alarm is
indicator generated.
Steady on A minor or warning alarm is
generated.
Major alarm Red Off No critical or major alarm is
indicator generated.
Steady on A critical or major alarm is
generated.

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USB Port
After a wireless module is connected to the USB port, the SMU02B1 can communicate with
the network management system (NMS) in wireless mode, The USB port supports a
maximum of 700 mA.

Communications Ports

Table 2-6 SMU02B1 communication port description


Communications Communications Parameter Function
Port

FE Connects to an NMS, intelligent 10/100M autonegotiation


device, or IP camera.
RS485/RS232 Connects to an upstream device. Baud rate:
Default value: 9600 bit/s
Options: 1200 bit/s, 2400
bit/s, 4800 bit/s, 9600 bit/s,
19200 bit/s

NOTE
All these ports are protected by a security mechanism.

Figure 2-4 FE/RS485/RS232 port pins

Table 2-7 Pin definitions for the FE port

Pin Signal Description


1 TX+ Transmits data over FE.
2 TX-
3 RX+ Receives data over FE.
6 RX-
4, 5, 7, 8 None -

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Table 2-8 Pin definitions for the RS485/RS232 port

Pin Signal Description


1 TX+ Transmits data over RS485.
2 TX-
4 RX+ Receives data over RS485.
5 RX-
3 RX232 Receives data over RS232.
7 TX232 Transmits data over RS232.
6 PGND Connects to the ground.
8 None -

2.3 UIM02C
Panel
Figure 2-5 shows a UIM02C panel, and Table 2-9 lists the ports on it.

Figure 2-5 UIM02C panel

Ports

Table 2-9 UIM02C port description

Port Type Silk Screen Description


Sensor port TEM-HUM Ambient temperature and humidity
sensor
WATER Water sensor
TEMP1 Temperature sensor 1
TEMP2 Temperature sensor 2
GATE Door status sensor

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Port Type Silk Screen Description


SMOKE Smoke sensor
BTEMP Battery temperature sensor
Dry contact input DIN1 Dry contact input 1
NOTE DIN2 Dry contact input 2
For details about the signal
definitions, see the power DIN3 Dry contact input 3
system user manual.
DIN4 Dry contact input 4
DIN5 Dry contact input 5
DIN6 Dry contact input 6
Dry contact output ALM1 Dry contact output 1
NOTE ALM2 Dry contact output 2
For details about the alarms
associated with dry contact ALM3 Dry contact output 3
outputs, see the power system
user manual. ALM4 Dry contact output 4
ALM5 Dry contact output 5
ALM6 Dry contact output 6
ALM7 Dry contact output 7
ALM8 Dry contact output 8
Communications port COM RS485 port

Communications Port

Table 2-10 COM port description

Communications Communications Communications Purpose


Port Parameter Protocol

COM Baud rate: 9600 bit/s Master/slave and Connects to a


and 19200 bit/s Modbus protocols downstream device,
such as the
intelligent battery
detector or
intelligent air
conditioner.

NOTE
The COM port is protected by a security mechanism.

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Figure 2-6 Pins in the COM port

Table 2-11 COM port pin definitions

Pin Signal Remarks


1 RX+ Receives data over RS485.
2 RX-
4 TX+ Transmits data over RS485.
5 TX-
6 PGND Protective ground
3, 7, 8 NA -

Pins
Figure 2-7 shows the numbers of pins in sensor ports. Table 2-12 describes the pin definitions.

Figure 2-7 UIM02C pin numbers

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Table 2-12 UIM02C pin definitions

Silk Screen No. Pins


TEM-HUM 1 12 V
2 ENV_TEMP
3 12 V
4 ENV_HUM
WATER 1 12 V
2 WATER
3 GND
4 -
TEMP1 1 GND
2 TEMP1
TEMP2 1 GND
2 TEMP2
GATE 1 GATE+
2 GATE-
SMOKE 1 SMOKE
2 12V
BTEMP 1 GND
2 BTEMP

2.4 UIM02D
Panel
Figure 2-8 shows a UIM02D panel, and Table 2-13 lists the ports on it.

Figure 2-8 UIM02D panel

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Ports

Table 2-13 UIM02D port description

Port Type Silk Screen Description


Sensor port TEM-HUM Ambient temperature and humidity
sensor
WATER Water sensor
TEMP1 Temperature sensor 1
TEMP2 Temperature sensor 2
GATE Door sensor
SMOKE Smoke sensor
BTEMP Battery temperature sensor
Dry contact input DIN1 Dry contact input 1
NOTE DIN2 Dry contact input 2
For details about the alarms
associated with dry contact DIN3 Dry contact input 3
inputs, see the power system
user manual. DIN4 Dry contact input 4
DIN5 Dry contact input 5
DIN6 Dry contact input 6
Dry contact output ALM1 Dry contact output 1
NOTE ALM2 Dry contact output 2
For details about the alarms
associated with dry contact ALM3 Dry contact output 3
outputs, see the power system
user manual. ALM4 Dry contact output 4
ALM5 Dry contact output 5
ALM6 Dry contact output 6
ALM7 Dry contact output 7
ALM8 Dry contact output 8
ALM9 Dry contact output 9
ALM10 Dry contact output 10
ALM11 Dry contact output 11
ALM12 Dry contact output 12
Communications port COM RS485 port

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Communication Port

Table 2-14 COM communication port description

Communication Communications Communications Function


Port Parameter Protocol

COM port Baud rate: 9600 bit/s M/S and Modbus Connects to
protocol lower-level
devices
such as the
battery
inspection
unit, DC air
conditioner

NOTE
The COM port supports the security mechanism.

Figure 2-9 Pins in the COM port

Table 2-15 Pin definitions for the COM port

Pin Signal Description


1 RX+ Receives data over RS485.
2 RX-
4 TX+ Sends data over RS485.
5 TX-
6 PGND Connects to the ground.
3, 7, 8 NA -

Pins
Figure 2-10 shows the numbers of pins in sensor ports. Table 2-16 describes the pin
definitions.

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Figure 2-10 UIM02D pin numbers

Table 2-16 UIM02D pin definitions

Silk Screen No. Pin Definition


TEM-HUM 1 12 V
2 ENV_TEMP
3 12 V
4 ENV_HUM
WATER 1 12 V
2 WATER
3 GND
4 -
TEMP1 1 GND
2 TEMP1
TEMP2 1 GND
2 TEMP2
GATE 1 GATE+
2 GATE-
SMOKE 1 SMOKE
2 12V
BTEMP 1 GND
2 BTEMP

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2.5 NIM01C
Panel
Figure 2-11 shows a NIM01C panel.

Figure 2-11 NIM01C Panel

(1) 3G indicator (unavailable if the module does not (2) Alarm (3) Run
provide 3G functions) indicator indicator
(4) ANT communications port (unavailable if the module (5) COM1 (6) COM2
does not provide 3G functions) port port
(7) COM3/CAN port (8) COM4 (9) Handle
port

Indicators
Table 2-17 describes the indicators on the NIM01C panel.

Table 2-17 Indicator description

Indicator Color Status Description


3G Green Steady on The dial-up connection is in the data
indicator service state.
Blinking at a period of The network has been registered.
2s (on for 0.1s and
then off for 1.9s)
Blinking at a period of A network is in search, or no
2s (on for 0.1s, off for network is connected.
0.1s, on for 0.1s and
then off for 1.7s)
Alarm Red Off No alarm is generated.
indicator
Steady on An alarm is generated.
Run Green Off The NIM01C is not running because
indicator it is faulty or has no DC input.

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Indicator Color Status Description


Blinking at 0.5 Hz The NIM01C is running and
communicating with the host
properly.
Blinking at 4 Hz The NIM01C is running properly,
but fails to communicate with the
host.

Communications Ports
The NIM01C provides four communications ports, which are described in Table 2-18.

Table 2-18 Communications port description

Communications Port Communications Parameter Description


COM1 port Baud rate: 9600 bit/s, 19,200 bit/s, Supports master/slave
or 115,200 bit/s protocols and Modbus.
Supplies 12 V power.
COM2 port Baud rate: 9600 bit/s, 19,200 bit/s, Supports master/slave
or 115,200 bit/s protocols and Modbus.
Supplies 12 V power.
COM3/CAN port Baud rate: 9600 bit/s COM3: Supports
master/slave protocols
and Modbus.
CAN: Supports CAN
protocol.
COM4 port Baud rate: 9600 bit/s, 19,200 bit/s, Supports Modbus.
or 115,200 bit/s

Figure 2-12 Pins in the COM1, COM2, and COM3 ports

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Table 2-19 Description for the pins in the COM1 and COM2 ports

Pin Signal Description


1 RS485+ RS485 data +
2 RS485- RS485 data -
3 12 V Supply power
4 RS485+ RS485 data +
5 RS485- RS485 data -
6 Left blank -
7 Left blank -
8 GND Grounded

Table 2-20 Description for the COM3/CAN port pins


Pin Signal Description

1 RS485_RX+ Receives data over RS485.


2 RS485_RX-
3 Left blank -
4 RS485_TX+ Sends data over RS485.
5 RS485_TX-
6 GND Grounded
7 CANH CAN high level signal
8 CANL CAN low level signal

Table 2-21 Description for the COM4 port pins

Silk Screen Signal Description


R+ RS485+ RS485 data +
R– RS485- RS485 data -

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2.6 CIM02C
Panel

Figure 2-13 CIM02C panel

(1) COM1 port (2) COM2 port (3) COM3/COM4 port


(4) 12V power port (5) COM5 port (6) Handle

Communications Ports

Table 2-22 Communications port description


Communications Description Communications
Port Parameter

COM1 port Supports RS485. Baud rate


12 V power supply, maximum Default value: 9600 bit/s
output 1.5 A. Options: 300 bit/s, 600 bit/s,
Connects to a smart device. 1200 bit/s, 2400 bit/s, 4800
bit/s, 9600 bit/s, 14400 bit/s,
COM2 port Supports RS485. 19200 bit/s, 38400 bit/s,
12 V power supply, maximum 56000 bit/s, 57600 bit/s,
output 1.5 A. 115200 bit/s
Connects to a smart device.
COM3/COM4 port COM3 supports RS485.
COM4 supports RS232 and CAN.
RS232 is used by default, which
can be changed to CAN by using a
jumper.
Connects to a third-party power
supply.
COM5 port Supports RS232 and RS485. RS485
is used by default, which can be
changed to RS232 by using a
jumper.
Connects to an air conditioner.

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Figure 2-14 Pins in the COM1, COM2, or COM3/COM4 port

Table 2-23 Pin definitions for the COM1 and COM2 ports

Pin Single Description

1 RS485+ RS485 data +


2 RS485- RS485 data -
3 12V Power supply
4 RS485+ RS485 data +
5 RS485- RS485 data -
6 NA –
7 NA –
8 GND Ground

Table 2-24 Pin definitions for the COM3/4 port

Pin Single Description


1 RS485_RX+ Receives data over RS485.
2 RS485_RX-
3 RS232_RXD Receives data over RS232.
4 RS485_TX+ Transmits data over RS485.
5 RS485_TX-
6 GND Ground.
7 CANH/RS232_TXD CAN high level signal/Transmits data
over RS232.
8 CANL CAN low level signal.

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Table 2-25 Pin definitions for the COM5 port

Silk Screen Signal Description


R+/TX RS485+/RS232_TXD RS485 data + or transmits data over
RS232.
R-/RX RS485-/RS232_RXD RS485 data - or receives data over
RS232.
GND GND Ground.

2.7 UIM03D
Panel
The following figure shows the panel of the user interface module UIM03D.

Figure 2-15 UIM03D panel

(1) Communications ports (2) Dry contact outputs


(3) Dry contact inputs (4) Sensor ports

Port Description

Table 2-26 UIM03D port description

Port Type Silk Screen Description

Sensor ports TEM-HUM Ambient T/H sensor


WATER Water sensor, normally open (NO)
Supports 12 V power supply.
TEMP1 Temperature sensor 1
TEMP2 Temperature sensor 2

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Port Type Silk Screen Description


GATE Door status sensor, normally closed (NC)
SMOKE Smoke sensor, NO
BTEMP Battery temperature sensor
Dry contact input DIN1 Dry contact input 1
ports
DIN2 Dry contact input 2
(Default setting:
normally closed DIN3 Dry contact input 3
for DIN1,
normally open for DIN4 Dry contact input 4
DIN2–6)
DIN5 Dry contact input 5
DIN6 Dry contact input 6
Dry contact ALM1 Dry contact output 1 (normally open by default)
output ports
ALM2 Dry contact output 2 (normally open by default)
The default
setting (closed: ALM3 Dry contact output 3 (normally open by default)
alarm; open:
normal) can be ALM4 Reserved
modified.
ALM5 Reserved
ALM6 Reserved
ALM8 Dry contact output 8 (normally closed by
default)
Communications COM 4-wire RS485
port
ALM7 2-wire RS485

Communications Ports

Table 2-27 Communications ports description

Communication Communications Parameter Function


s Ports

COM Baud rate: Connects to a downstream


Default value: 9600 bit/s device, such as a third-party
power supply.
Options: 300 bit/s, 600 bit/s, 1200
bit/s, 2400 bit/s, 4800 bit/s, 9600
bit/s, 14400 bit/s, 19200 bit/s, 38400
bit/s, 56000 bit/s, 57600 bit/s,
115200 bit/s

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Communication Communications Parameter Function


s Ports

ALM7 Baud rate: Connects to a downstream


Default value: 9600 bit/s device, such as a smart
device.
Options: 9600 bit/s, 19200 bit/s,
115200 bit/s

NOTE
The COM port is protected by a security mechanism.

Figure 2-16 Pins in the COM port

Table 2-28 COM port pin definitions

Pin Signal Description


1 RX+ Receives data over RS485.
2 RX-
3 12 V Supply power
4 TX+ Transmits data over RS485.
5 TX-
6, 8 PGND Protective ground
7 Left blank -

Table 2-29 ALM7 port pin definitions

Pin Signal Description


+ RS485+ RS485 data +
- RS485- RS485 data -

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Pin Definitions

Figure 2-17 UIM03D pin numbers

Table 2-30 Pin definitions for UIM03D sensor ports

Silk Screen No. Pin Definition


TEM-HUM 1 12V
2 ENV_TEMP
3 12V
4 ENV_HUM
WATER 1 12V
2 WATER
3 GND
4 -
TEMP1 1 TEMP1
2 GND
TEMP2 3 TEMP2
4 GND
GATE 1 GATE+
2 GATE-
SMOKE 3 12V
4 SMOKE
BTEMP 1 BTEMP

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Silk Screen No. Pin Definition


2 GND

2.8 NIM02D
Panel

Figure 2-18 Panel

(1) FE cascade port (2) Signal Input ports/12 V power port (3) FE ports

Ports

Table 2-31 Port Description

Port Function Communications


Parameter

FE_CASCADE Connects to the FE port on the 10/100M autonegotiation


SMU.
FE1/2/3/4 Connects to an NMS or a smart
device such as an IP camera.
CH1/2/3/4/5/6 Signal Input ports. -
12 V 12 V power output. -
Remarks:
 The FE ports are protected by a security mechanism.
 CH1/2/3/4 supports AI (4–20 mA), AI (0–10 V DC), or DI detection. The function can
be used by hardware jumper or software parameter configuration.
 CH5/6 supports only AI (4–20 mA) detection by default.

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Figure 2-19 Pins in an FE communications port

Table 2-32 Pin definitions for FE communications ports

Pin Signal Description


1 TX+ Transmits data over FE.
2 TX-
3 RX+ Receives data over FE.
6 RX-
4, 5, 7 and 8 NA -

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3 LCD

3.1 Home Screen


After the SMU is started or reset, the language selection screen is displayed.

On the home screen, press or to select a display language and press to enter
the standby screen.

 If the SMU is not operated within 1 minute after initial startup, the standby screen in English is
displayed.
 If the SMU is not operated within 1 minute after reset, the standby screen in the original language is
displayed.

3.2 Standby Screen


The following figure shows the SMU standby screen, which displays basic power system
information, including the system voltage, total load current, and total battery current.

The parameter values in the figures are for reference only.

Figure 3-1 Standby screen

The standby screen is displayed if no button is pressed within 1 minute on any screen or if
you press .

On the standby screen, you can press , , and to enter the version information
screen, basic information screen, and main menu screen respectively, as shown in the
following figure.

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Figure 3-2 Standby screen operations

3.3 Buttons
The SMU panel has four buttons for setting and querying parameters on the LCD. Table 3-1
describes the buttons.

Table 3-1 Button description

Button Name Description


Up Press Up and Down to scroll through the menus or to change the
value of a parameter.
Down

Cancel Returns to the previous menu without saving the settings.

Enter  Enters the main menu from the standby screen.


 Enters a submenu from the main menu.
 Saves menu settings on a submenu.

NOTE
 The LCD screen becomes dark if no button is pressed within 30 seconds.

 You need to log in again if no button is pressed within 1 minute.

 To increase or decrease a parameter value quickly, hold down or .

 To restart the SMU, hold down and for 10 seconds.

 To increase (or decrease) the LCD backlight, hold down and (or ) for 2 seconds.

3.4 Password
When visiting Setting Wizard, Parameters Settings, and Running Control on the LCD,
enter the preset password 000001.
Change the default password upon your first login to ensure the system security. For details
about how to change the password, see 6.2.7 Changing a User Password.

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4 WebUI

4.1 Preparations for Login


4.1.1 Connecting a Communications Cable
Procedure
Step 1 Preparing the Operating Environment, see C.1 How Do I Prepare the WebUI Operating
Environment?.
Step 2 Connect the FE port on the SMU by using a network cable, as shown in Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-1 Connecting a Communications Cable

(1) FE port

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4.1.2 Setting Parameters


Procedure
Step 1 Apply to the site or equipment room network administrator for a fixed IP address.
Step 2 Set the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway on the LCD, as shown in Table 4-1.

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Table 4-1 IP parameters

Second-Level Third-Level
Main Menu Menu Menu Default Value Setting Value

Setting Wizard Network IP Address 192.168.0.10 Set this


Parameters parameter
according to the
address
provided by the
network
administrator.
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 Set this
parameter
according to the
subnet mask
provided by the
network
administrator.
Default 192.168.0.1 Set this
Gateway parameter
according to the
gateway
address
provided by the
network
administrator.
NOTE
If the Wifi
module is
installed, do not
set the default
gateway to
192.168.8.1,
preventing
conflict with the
Wifi gateway.

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4.2 Login Page


Enter https://local IP address for the SMU (for example, https://192.168.0.10) in the address
box of the Internet Explorer and press Enter. The login page is displayed, as shown in Figure
4-2.

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Figure 4-2 Login page

The preset user names include admin, engineer, and operator, and the preset password is Changeme.
The user names are intended for administrators, engineers, and operators respectively.
Change the preset password when you first log in to ensure system security. Changing a user password
describes how to change the password.

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5 Remote Management

5.1 U2000-SPM Management


5.1.1 Connecting a communications cable
Procedure
Step 1 Connect one end of a network cable to the RS485/RS232 port on the SMU.
Step 2 Connect the other end to the MON0 or MON1 port on the BBU.

Figure 5-1 Connecting a communications cable

(1) RS485/RS232 port (2) MON1 port

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5.1.2 Setting Parameters


Step 1 On the LCD, check that the port mode, protocol type, baud rate and communication address
are the same as the default values in the following table.

Table 5-1 Communications parameters


Main Second-Level Third-Level Fourth-Level Fifth-Level Setting
Menu Menu Menu Menu Menu Value
Parameters Comm. Serial Port Northbound Port Mode Manual
Settings Parameters
Protocol M/S
Type Protocol
M/S Protocol Baud Rate - 9600
Comm. - 3
Address

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5.2 NetEco Management


5.2.1 Networking Mode 1: over FE
5.2.1.1 Connecting a Communications Cable

Procedure
Step 1 Connect the FE port on the SMU by using a network cable, as shown in Figure 5-2.

Figure 5-2 Connecting a Communications Cable

(1) FE port

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5.2.1.2 Setting Parameters

Procedure
Step 1 Apply to the site or equipment room network administrator for a fixed IP address.
Step 2 Set the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway on the LCD, as shown in Table 5-2.

Table 5-2 IP parameters

Second-Level Third-Level
Main Menu Menu Menu Default Value Setting Value
Setting Wizard Network IP Address 192.168.0.10 Set this
Parameters parameter
according to the
address
assigned by the
network
administrator.
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 Set this
parameter
according to the
subnet mask
provided by the
network
administrator.
Default 192.168.0.1 Set this
Gateway parameter
according to the
gateway
address
provided by the
network
administrator.
NOTE
If the WiFi
module is
configured on
the LCD, do not
set the default
gateway to
192.168.8.1,
preventing
conflict with the
WiFi gateway.

Step 3 Set the IP addresses and ports for the active and standby servers of the NetEco on the LCD, as
described in Table 5-3.

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Table 5-3 NetEco parameters

Main Second-Level Third-Level Fourth-Level Default Setting


Menu Menu Menu Menu Value Value
Parameters Comm. Network NetEco 192.168.0.10 Set an IP
Settings Parameters Parameters Primary IP address for
the active
NetEco
server.
NetEco 192.168.0.10 Set an IP
Backup IP address for
the standby
NetEco
server.
NetEco Port 31220 31220
Number NOTE
Please
contact
Huawei
technical
support if
you need
change the
port number.

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5.2.2 Networking Mode 2: over an RS485/RS232 Port


5.2.2.1 Connecting a communications cable

Procedure
Step 1 Connect one end of a network cable to the RS485/RS232 port on the SMU.
Step 2 Connect the other end to the MON0 or MON1 port on the BBU.

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Figure 5-3 Connecting a communications cable

(1) RS485/RS232 port (2) MON1 port

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5.2.2.2 Setting Parameters


Step 1 On the LCD, check that the port mode, protocol type, baud rate and communication address
are the same as the default values in the following table.

Table 5-4 Communications parameters

Main Second-Level Third-Level Fourth-Level Fifth-Level Setting


Menu Menu Menu Menu Menu Value
Parameters Comm. Serial Port Northbound Port Mode Manual
Settings Parameters
Protocol M/S
Type Protocol
M/S Protocol Baud Rate - 9600
Comm. - 3
Address

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5.2.3 Networking Mode 3: Connection Through an ANT Port


(GPRS)
This function requires the communications expansion board with an ANT port (supports 3G).

5.2.3.1 Installing Communications Components


Step 1 Insert the SIM card into the SIM card slot in the communications expansion board.
The SIM card should support GSM and WCDMA standards and enable the CS (voice service)
and PS (data service) functions.
Step 2 Connect the GPRS antenna to the ANT port on the NIM01C.

Figure 5-4 Connection between a GPRS antenna and an NIM01C

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5.2.3.2 Setting Parameters


Step 1 Check whether GPRS parameters on the LCD are consistent with the communication
configurations of the carrier network that the SIM card belongs to. If they are inconsistent,
modify GPRS parameters according to the actual configurations of the carrier network.

Table 5-5 GPRS parameters

Main Second-Level Third-Level Fourth-Level Default Value Value Range


Menu Menu Menu Menu
Parameters Comm. Mobile Data Carrier China Mobile Other Carrier
Settings Parameters Operator operator, China
Telecom, China
Unicom, China
Mobile

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Main Second-Level Third-Level Fourth-Level Default Value Value Range


Menu Menu Menu Menu

Access Point Name A maximum of


NOTE 28 characters,
This parameter is
including
displayed only when lowercase
Carrier Operatoris set English letters
to Other Carrier (a–z), uppercase
operator. English letters
(A–Z), digits
Access Point Number
(0–9), and special
NOTE characters
This parameter is (@_#*-.).
displayed only when
Carrier Operatoris set
to Other Carrier
operator.

User Name
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Carrier Operatoris set
to Other Carrier
operator.

GPRS Password A maximum of


NOTE 16 characters,
This parameter is
including
displayed only when lowercase
Carrier Operatoris set English letters
to Other Carrier (a–z), uppercase
operator. English letters
(A–Z), digits
(0–9), and special
characters
(@_#*-.).

Step 2 Set the IP addresses and ports for the active and standby servers of the NetEco on the LCD, as
described in the following table.

Table 5-6 NetEco parameters

Main Menu Second- Third- Fourth- Default Value Setting Value


Level Menu Level Menu Level Menu
Parameters Comm. Network NetEco Primary 192.168.0.10 Set an IP
Settings Parameters Parameters IP address for the
active NetEco
server.

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Main Menu Second- Third- Fourth- Default Value Setting Value


Level Menu Level Menu Level Menu
NetEco Backup 192.168.0.10 Set an IP
IP address for the
standby NetEco
server.
NetEco Port 31220 31220
Number NOTE
Please contact
Huawei
technical
support if you
need change the
port number.

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5.2.3.3 Verifying Network Connection


After the SIM card and GPRS antenna are installed, the SIM card automatically accesses the
GPRS network in dial-up mode. You can view the network connection on the LCD.

Main Menu Second-Level Third-Level Description


Menu Menu
Running Mobile Data Connection Dialup Succeeded indicates
Information Info Status successful dial-up and normal
network connection.

5.3 NMS Management over SNMP


5.3.1 Site Configuration
5.3.1.1 Connecting a Communications Cable

Procedure
Step 1 Connect the FE port on the SMU by using a network cable, as shown in Figure 5-5.

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Figure 5-5 Connecting a Communications Cable

(1) FE port

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5.3.1.2 Setting Parameters

Procedure
Step 1 Apply to the site or equipment room network administrator for a fixed IP address.
Step 2 Set the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway on the LCD, as shown in Table 5-7.

Table 5-7 IP parameters

Second-Level Third-Level
Main Menu Menu Menu Default Value Setting Value

Setting Wizard Network IP Address 192.168.0.10 Set this


Parameters parameter
according to the
address
provided by the
network
administrator.
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 Set this
parameter
according to the
subnet mask
provided by the
network
administrator.

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Second-Level Third-Level
Main Menu Menu Menu Default Value Setting Value
Default 192.168.0.1 Set this
Gateway parameter
according to the
gateway
address
provided by the
network
administrator.
NOTE
If the Wifi
module is
installed, do not
set the default
gateway to
192.168.8.1,
preventing
conflict with the
Wifi gateway.

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5.3.2 Setting SNMP Parameters


Prerequisites

You can set SNMP parameters remotely or locally on the WebUI.

Before setting SNMP parameters, obtain the information listed in Table 5-8 from the SNMP
NMS.

Table 5-8 Information obtained from the NMS

Item Description
SNMP version SNMP version and port number used for
communication between the SMU and
SNMP Port Number NMS. The SNMP version can be SNMPv1,
SNMPv2c, SNMPv3.
Read Community Name If you use SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c, enter the
read and write community names that
Write Community Name comply with the NMS. Otherwise, the SMU
will not connect to the NMS.
The read community name must be different
from the write community name.
User Name To enhance the security, you need a user
name and password for authentication if you
MD5/SHA Password use SNMPv3. After the authentication

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Item Description
DES/AES Password succeeds, the SMU can communicate with
the NMS.
Trap Target Address IP address and port number used for
reporting alarm trap packets.
Trap Port
Trap Community If you use SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c,
community name used for reporting alarm
trap packets.

Procedure
Step 1 Log in to the WebUI.

The preset user name is admin, and the preset password is Changeme.

Step 2 Access the System Settings page and set SNMP.


 There are two or more NMSs and the SNMP versions have both SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c
and SNMPv3: Set SNMP Version to ALL in SNMP, and set SNMP Port Number,
Read Community Name, and Write Community Name. Then click Add in SNMPv3,
and set User Name, MD5/SHA Password, and DES/AES Password. Then click
Confirm.
 SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c: Set SNMP Version to SNMPv1&SNMPv2c in SNMP,and set
SNMP Port Number, Read Community Name, and Write Community Name.
 SNMPv3: Set SNMP Version to SNMPv3 in SNMP, click Add in SNMPv3, and set
User Name, MD5/SHA Password, and DES/AES Password. Then click Confirm.
Step 3 In SNMP Trap, click Add, set Trap Target Address and Trap Port and set Trap
community, and choose SNMP Version.

SNMP Version in this place can be different from the version in Step 2.

Step 4 In Mib files, click Export to export the Mib file and then import it into the NMS.

If there is only one NMS, perform Step 4 once only.

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5.3.3 NMS Commissioning


You can query the power system operating status, active alarms, and the names of
user-defined dry contact inputs, and configure dry contact outputs on the network
management system (NMS) that is connected over the Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP).

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5.4 NMS Management over YDN1363 Protocol


5.4.1 Connecting a Communications Cable
Step 1 Connect one end of a network cable to the RS485/RS232 port on the SMU.
Step 2 Connect the other end to the corresponding port on the power and environment monitoring
device, as shown in Figure 5-6.

Figure 5-6 Connecting a communications cable

(1) Power and environment (2) Power and environment (3) RS485/RS232 port
network management system monitoring device on the SMU
(NMS)

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5.4.2 Setting Parameters


Step 1 On the LCD, check that the port mode, protocol type, baud rate and communication address
are the same as the default values in Table 5-9.

Table 5-9 Communications parameters


Second-Level Third-Level Fourth-Level Fifth-Level Default
Main Menu Menu Menu Menu Menu Value
Parameters Comm. Serial Port Northbound Port Mode Manual
Settings Parameters
Protocol YDN1363
Type Protocol
YDN1363 Baud Rate - 9600
Protocol
Comm. Address - 1

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6.1 Common Installation Tasks


6.1.1 Selecting a Language
Context
The SMU supports English, Chinese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Italian, German,
Turkish, and Japanese.

LCD Operation
Change the display language in either of the following ways:
 After the SMU is powered on, the screen for selecting a display language is displayed.
Then select a language by pressing or and enter the standby screen by
pressing .
 When the SMU is running properly, hold down and for more than 10 seconds.
After the SMU restarts, the language selection screen is displayed. Press or to
select a language.
 When the SMU is running, set the display language by referring to the following figure.

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Figure 6-1 Setting the display language on the LCD

WebUI Operation
Modify the display language in either of the following ways:
You can switch the display language before logging in the WebUI, as shown in Figure 6-2.

Figure 6-2 Setting the display language on the WebUI

You can switch the display language by clicking the language button in the right pane after
logging in to the WebUI, as shown in Figure 6-3.

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Figure 6-3 Switching the display language on the WebUI

6.1.2 Using a USB Flash Drive for Site Deployment


Context
Insert a USB flash drive that stores the configuration file into the SMU USB port to perform
rapid site deployment.

Prerequisites
 The USB flash drive stores the configuration file required for site deployment.

Only non-encrypted configuration files exported over the WebUI or configuration files exported over a
USB flash drive can be imported over a USB flash drive. Non-encrypted configuration files exported
over the WebUI can be imported over the WebUI only but not a USB flash drive.
 The configuration file must be stored in the root directory of the USB flash drive.
Otherwise, the SMU cannot read the configuration file.
 The configuration file name starts with config and ends with .tar.gz or .zip.

The file name should have less than 80 characters, cannot start with fault, and cannot contain single or
double quotation marks, spaces, or the following special characters:< \ > | ; $ & ` ( ) %
 The USB flash drive and configuration file have been scanned to ensure that they are not
infected with viruses.

LCD Operation
Step 1 Insert the USB flash drive into the SMU USB port.
Step 2 On the LCD, choose Main Menu > Site Maintenance > U Disk Create File to select the
configuration file.
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WebUI Operation
For details, see 6.2.2 Importing a Configuration File.

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Related Operations
After you obtain the software upgrade package and save it in the USB flash drive, choose
Main Menu > Site Maintenance > U Disk Upgrade on the LCD to upgrade the software of
devices such as the SMU and rectifier.
On the LCD, choose Main Menu > Site Maintenance > U Disk Export File to export the
configurations of the current operating system into a configuration file and save the
configuration file in the USB flash drive.

6.1.3 Setting Basic Battery Parameters


Context
Basic battery parameters are the criteria for battery management and need to be set based on
the actual number of battery strings and battery capacity.

Incorrect setting of basic battery parameters affects battery charge and discharge management
and reduces the battery lifespan.

Table 6-1 describes basic battery parameters.

Table 6-1 Basic battery parameters

Parameter Description Default Value Value


Range
BatteryN N indicates the sequence number of Yes  Yes
Connected the battery string.  No
Set this parameter based on the
number of connected battery strings.
For example, if the power system
reserves four battery fuses or circuit
breakers, but actually only battery
strings 1 to 3 are connected, set
Battery4 Connected to No.

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Parameter Description Default Value Value


Range

Rated Capacity Rated capacity of a battery string. 150Ah 5-10000


NOTE
A battery string is controlled by one
battery fuse or circuit breaker.
If one fuse or circuit breaker connects to
one battery string and the battery strings
connected have different capacities, set
Rate Capacity to the minimum battery
string capacity. For example, fuse 1
connects to a 1000 Ah battery string and
fuse 2 to a 1200 Ah battery string, set
Rated Capacity to 1000 Ah. If one fuse
or circuit breaker connects to multiple
battery strings, calculate the rated
capacity based on the minimum battery
string capacity. For example, if two
battery strings (one 1000 Ah, the other
1500 Ah) are connected to one fuse, set
Rate Capacity to 2000 Ah (2 x 1000
Ah).

LCD Operation
The following figure shows the LCD operations.

Figure 6-4 Setting basic battery parameters on the LCD

WebUI Operation
The following figure shows the WebUI operations.

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Figure 6-5 Setting basic battery parameters on the WebUI

6.1.4 Setting the Date and Time


Context
You can set the date and time based on the local time and time zone.

LCD Operation

Figure 6-6 Setting the date and time on the LCD

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WebUI Operation

Figure 6-7 Setting the date and time on the WebUI

6.1.5 Configuring an Alarm Tone


Context
You can configure an alarm tone over the LCD or WebUI.
When the buzzer sounds, press any button on the SMU panel to suspend it. After the time
preset by Buzzer Alarm Duration expires, the buzzer sounds again until the alarm is cleared
or the alarm tone is canceled.

Table 6-2 Alarm tone parameter description

Parameter Description Default Value Value Range


Buzzer Enable Enables or disables No  Yes
an alarm tone.  No
Buzzer Alarm Duration within 10 Min 1-100
Duration which the alarm tone
is suspended

LCD Operation
Step 1 Set Buzzer Enable to Yes.
Step 2 Set Buzzer Alm Duration.

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Figure 6-8 Setting Buzzer Alm Duration on the LCD UI

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WebUI Operation
Step 1 Set Buzzer Enable to Yes.
Step 2 Set Buzzer Alarm Duration.

Figure 6-9 Setting Buzzer Alarm Duration on the WebUI

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6.1.6 Enabling or Disabling Alarms


Context
You can enable or disable each alarm based on site requirements.
If an alarm is enabled, the SMU generates the alarm when the alarm condition is met.
If an alarm is disabled, the SMU does not generate the alarm even though the alarm condition
is met.

LCD Operation

Figure 6-10 Enabling alarms on the LCD UI

WebUI Operation
Step 1 Select equipment type.

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Figure 6-11 Selecting equipment type on the WebUI

Step 2 Enable alarms on the alarm list corresponding to Power System.

Figure 6-12 Enabling alarms on the WebUI

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6.1.7 Setting Alarm Severities


Context
There are four alarm severities: critical, major, minor, and warning.
You can set a severity for each alarm.

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LCD Operation

Figure 6-13 Setting alarm severities on the LCD UI

WebUI Operation
Step 1 Select equipment type.

Figure 6-14 Selecting equipment type on the WebUI

Step 2 Set severities for the alarms on the alarm list corresponding to Power System.

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Figure 6-15 Setting alarm severities on the WebUI

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6.1.8 Setting Alarm Associated Relays


Context
You can associate alarms with relays that have dry contact outputs.

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LCD Operation

Figure 6-16 Setting alarm associated relays on the LCD UI

WebUI Operation
Step 1 Select a device type and click Confirm.

Figure 6-17 Selecting a device type

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Step 2 Click Select for an alarm in the Output Relay column. In the displayed dialog box, select one
or more dry contact outputs to associate the alarm with the dry contact outputs.

Figure 6-18 Setting alarm associated relays

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6.1.9 Associating Alarms with Cameras


Context
You can associate each alarm with a camera as required.

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LCD Operation

Figure 6-19 Associating alarms with cameras on the LCD

WebUI Operation
Step 1 Select a device type and click Confirm.

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Figure 6-20 Selecting a device type on the WebUI

Step 2 In the Camera column, click Select for an alarm. In the displayed dialog box, select a camera
to associate the alarm with one or more cameras.

Figure 6-21 Associating alarms with cameras on the WebUI

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6.1.10 Configuring the Alarm SMS


Context
The SMU configures the alarm short message service (SMS) on demand and sends the
message to the specified cell phone to inform users in case of power system faults and prompt
them to take immediate actions.

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 This function is supported only when the network operator is Others.


 After you configure the alarm SMS, perform a test. If the maintenance engineer's cell phone fails to
receive the short message, contact the telecom carrier of the SIM card.

WebUI Operation
Step 1 On the SMS Number Configuration tab, set the cell phone numbers that can receive the
alarm SMS, as shown in Figure 6-22.
A maximum of five cell phones are supported.

Figure 6-22 Setting cell phone numbers on the WebUI

Step 2 On the SMS Alarm Configuration tab, set alarms of which the short messages should be
sent to the maintenance personnel, as shown in Figure 6-23.
 Set the alarm to Enable, indicating that a short message is sent to a specified cell phone
if the alarm is generated.
 Set the alarm to Disable, indicating that no short message is sent if the alarm is
generated.

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Figure 6-23 Setting alarms on the WebUI

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6.1.11 Setting Alarm Actions for Dry Contact Outputs


Context
You can set associations between dry contact output status and alarm status. The default
association is as follows: If an alarm is generated, the dry contact output is open; if no alarm
is generated, the dry contact output is closed.

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LCD Operation

Figure 6-24 Setting alarm actions on the LCD

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WebUI Operation

Figure 6-25 Setting alarm actions on the WebUI

6.1.12 Clearing Associations Between Alarms and Dry Contacts


Context
You can clear associations between each dry contact output and the associated alarms in
one-click way.

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LCD Operation

Figure 6-26 Clearing associations between alarms and dry contacts on the LCD UI

WebUI Operation

Figure 6-27 Clearing associations between alarms and dry contacts on the WebUI

6.1.13 Viewing Alarms Associated with Dry Contact Outputs


You can perform the operation only on the WebUI.

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Figure 6-28 Viewing alarms associated with dry contact outputs

6.1.14 Setting Alarm Conditions for Dry Contact Inputs


Context
You can set associations between dry contact input status and alarm status. Take the DIN1 as
an example. If you set the DIN1 Alarm Condition to Close, the SMU generates a DIN1
Alarm when the DIN1 is closed.

LCD Operation

Figure 6-29 Setting alarm conditions for dry contact inputs on the LCD

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WebUI Operation

Figure 6-30 Setting alarm conditions for dry contact inputs on the WebUI

6.1.15 Modifying Dry Contact Input Names


You can modify dry contact input names based on the devices connecting to dry contact
inputs. After that, the defined alarm names are displayed on the LCD and WebUI of the SMU
when alarms are generated.
You can perform the operation only on the WebUI.

WebUI Operation

Figure 6-31 Modifying dry contact input names on the WebUI

6.1.16 Testing the Relay


Context
You can open or close each relay based on site requirements.

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After the test is complete, the relay restores to the status before test.
You can perform the operation only on the LCD.

LCD Operation
Step 1 Set Test Enable to Yes.
Step 2 Set each ALM to Open or Close based on site requirements.

Figure 6-32 Testing the relay on the LCD UI

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6.1.17 Configuring Third-Party Equipment


Context
You can load a component upgrade package and specify port device configuration to rapidly
connect third-party equipment (such as the reused power system or Midea air conditioner) on
the WebUI.

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 The SMU begins to monitor the components only after the configuration is complete.
 Contact Huawei technical support to obtain the component upgrade package.
 The SMU will restart after loading the component upgrade package is performed.

Prerequisites
Cables are correctly connected between third-party equipment and the expansion board.

Web Operation
Step 1 Implement a software upgrade to load the component upgrade package of third-party
equipment.
Path: Maintenance > Software Upgrade > Software Upgrade

Figure 6-33 Upgrading the component upgrade package

Step 2 Set the parameters about the third-party equipment on the Port Equip Config page.
Path: System Settings > Port Equip Config
1. Select the port for connecting the southbound serial port equipment and click Add.

The SMU automatically identifies the equipment connected to the ports of the NIM01C or CIM02C and
defines the equipment as NIM 1-COMn and NIM 2-COMn from left to right and from top to bottom
based on the port silk screens. COMn indicates the silk screen of a specific port.
2. In the list of devices type, set Equipment Type, Communication Start Address,
Communication End Address, and Baud Rate. Then click OK and Submit.

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If Address segment overlap is displayed when you change Baud Rate, you can set the baud rate for the
equipment connected to the port through the same protocol and click Submit. Then the baud rate of the
equipment will change accordingly.
3. Click Submit.

Figure 6-34 Port Equip Config page

 The communications addresses of different components that connect to the same port using the same
communications protocol must be unique.
 A communications address can be set in the range from 0 to 255.

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6.1.18 Configuring Southbound Serial Port Equipment


Context
You can set Equipment Type, Communication Start Address, Communication End
Address, and Baud Rate for southbound serial port equipment on the WebUI to ensure
proper access of the southbound equipment.

Prerequisites
Cables are correctly connected between southbound serial port equipment and the expansion
board.

Web Operation
Step 1 Set the parameters about southbound serial port equipment on the Port Equip Config page.
Path: System Settings > Port Equip Config

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1. Select the port for connecting the southbound serial port equipment and click Add.

The SMU automatically identifies the equipment connected to the ports of the NIM01C or CIM02C and
defines the equipment as NIM 1-COMn and NIM 2-COMn from left to right and from top to bottom
based on the port silk screens. COMn indicates the silk screen of a specific port.
2. In the list of devices type, set Equipment Type, Communication Start Address,
Communication End Address, and Baud Rate. Then click OK and Submit.

If Address segment overlap is displayed when you change Baud Rate, you can set the baud rate for the
equipment connected to the port through the same protocol and click Submit. Then the baud rate of the
equipment will change accordingly.
3. Click Submit.

Figure 6-35 Port Equip Config page

Table 6-3 Communications address range for southbound serial port equipment

Equipment Type Default Supported


Communications Communications
Address Range Address Range

EFUSE_M/S Protocol 12–13 0–15


EFUSE_Modbus Protocol 128–133 128–143
AIM_Modbus Protocol 41 41–48
AC Energy Meter_Modbus Protocol 1 1
DC Energy Meter_Modbus Protocol 20, 80 20, 80–82
CIM_Modbus Protocol 60–61 60–75
Camera_Modbus Protocol 1 1

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Equipment Type Default Supported


Communications Communications
Address Range Address Range

TCUC_Modbus Protocol 36–39, 53–54 36–39, 53–56


Int.AirCon_Modbus Protocol 21–25 21–30
DCDU_Modbus Protocol 144–146 144–159
Electronic Lock_Modbus Protocol 91 91
Media A/C_Media Ac 177–178 177–178
NOTE
This parameter is displayed if the device
type needs to be added.

T/H Sensor_Modbus Protocol 51–52, 56–59 51–52, 56–59


NOTE
This parameter is displayed if the device
type needs to be added.

A/C Remote Controller_Modbus 1 1


Protocol
NOTE
This parameter is displayed if the device
type needs to be added.

Batt. Cell Detector_Modbus 112–116 112–116


Protocol
NOTE
This parameter is not displayed as the
address is fixed.

TCUX_Modbus Protocol 31, 32 31, 32


NOTE
This parameter is not displayed as the
address is fixed.

TCU_M/S Protocol 0–31 0–31


NOTE
This parameter is not displayed as the
address is fixed.

BMS_Modbus Protocol 13–15, 18–19 13–15 18–19


NOTE
This parameter is displayed when the
battery type is Rebak-F4899T.

 The communications addresses of different components that connect to the same port using the same
communications protocol must be unique.
 A communications address can be set in the range from 0 to 255.

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6.1.19 Configuring the NIM02D


Context
You can connect an NIM02D and then configure channels based on the actual linear sensor
specifications and detection requirements. Otherwise, the system may not accurately detect
the status of relevant sensors.

Prerequisites
 You have read through and recorded the SIGNAL OUTPUT and MEASURING
RANGE of sensors.
 Jumpers have been installed in the correct positions for channels based on sensor signal
outputs.

Figure 6-36 CH1/2/3/4 port jumper positions

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Figure 6-37 Jumper connection rules for the CH1/2/3/4 ports

 Ensure that cables are correctly connected between the linear sensors and the NIM02D.
The sensor wiring ports vary with signal outputs. CH1 is used as an example.

Figure 6-38 Sensor wiring

 The SMU has detected that the NIM02D is present.

Parameter Description
Channel 1 is used as an example.

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Table 6-4 Channel parameter settings

Parameter Description Default Value Range


Value

CH1 Mode Sensor signal output. Disable  Disable


NOTE  AI (4–20mA)
Only Disable or AI  AI (0–10VDC)
(4–20mA) can be
selected for channels  DI
5 and 6.

CH1 Measurement Sensor measurement -  degC


Unit unit.  %RH
NOTE  DCV
This parameter is
 ACV
displayed when CH1
Mode is set to AI  A
(4–20mA) or AI
(0–10VDC).

CH1 Detection Upper Measured value for - -1000.0 to 1000.0


Limit Measurement the upper limit of
Value sensor signal output.
NOTE NOTE
This parameter is The unit is the same
displayed when CH1 as CH1
Mode is set to AI Measurement Unit.
(4–20mA) or AI
(0–10VDC).

CH1 Detection Low Measured value for - -1000.0 to 1000.0


Limit Measurement the lower limit of
Value sensor signal output.
NOTE NOTE
This parameter is The unit is the same
displayed when CH1 as CH1
Mode is set to AI Measurement Unit.
(4–20mA) or AI
(0–10VDC).

CH1 Detection Upper Upper limit of signal - -


Limit output.
NOTE NOTE
This parameter is The unit is the same
displayed when CH1 as CH1 Mode.
Mode is set to AI
(4–20mA) or AI
(0–10VDC).

CH1 Detection Low Lower limit of signal - -


Limit output.
NOTE NOTE
This parameter is The unit is the same
displayed when CH1 as CH1 Mode.
Mode is set to AI
(4–20mA) or AI
(0–10VDC).

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Parameter Description Default Value Range


Value
CH1 High Alarm Indicates whether to -  Enable
Enable enable the alarm  Disable
NOTE
about a high value
This parameter is
measured by the
displayed when CH1 sensor.
Mode is set to AI
(4–20mA) or AI
(0–10VDC).

CH1 High Alarm If the value - -


Value measured by the
NOTE sensor exceeds the
This parameter is
value of this
displayed when CH1 parameter, a CH1
Mode is set to AI high alarm is
(4–20mA) or AI generated.
(0–10VDC).
NOTE
The unit is the same
as CH1
Measurement Unit.

CH1 Ultra Alarm Indicates whether to -  Enable


Enable enable the alarm  Disable
NOTE about an ultrahigh
This parameter is
value measured by
displayed when CH1 the sensor.
Mode is set to AI
(4–20mA) or AI
(0–10VDC).

CH1 Ultra Alarm If the value - -


Value measured by the
NOTE sensor exceeds the
This parameter is
value of this
displayed when CH1 parameter, a CH1
Mode is set to AI ultrahigh alarm is
(4–20mA) or AI generated.
(0–10VDC).
NOTE
The unit is the same
as CH1
Measurement Unit.

CH1 Low Alarm Indicates whether to -  Enable


Enable enable the alarm  Disable
NOTE about a low value
This parameter is
measured by the
displayed when CH1 sensor.
Mode is set to AI
(4–20mA) or AI
(0–10VDC).

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Parameter Description Default Value Range


Value
CH1 Low Alarm If the value - -
Value measured by the
NOTE
sensor is less than
This parameter is
the value of this
displayed when CH1 parameter, a CH1
Mode is set to AI low alarm is
(4–20mA) or AI generated.
(0–10VDC).
NOTE
The unit is the same
as CH1
Measurement Unit.

CH1 Ultra-low Indicates whether to -  Enable


Alarm Enable enable the alarm  Disable
NOTE
about an ultralow
This parameter is
value measured by
displayed when CH1 the sensor.
Mode is set to AI
(4–20mA) or AI
(0–10VDC).

CH1 Ultra-low If the value - -


Alarm Value measured by the
NOTE sensor is less than
This parameter is
the value of this
displayed when CH1 parameter, a CH1
Mode is set to AI ultralow alarm is
(4–20mA) or AI generated.
(0–10VDC).
NOTE
The unit is the same
as CH1
Measurement Unit.

CH1 Alarm When CH1 detects Close  Open


Condition the configured state,  Close
NOTE a CH1 alarm is
This parameter is
generated.
displayed when CH1
Mode is set to DI.

LCD Operation
Step 1 Select the channel n function.
Path: Main Menu > Parameters Settings > Other Device Config > NIM02D
Step 2 Set the parameters for channel n.
Path: Main Menu > Parameters Settings > Other Device Config > NIM02D
Step 3 Verify the channel n settings.

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Path: Main Menu > Running Information > Other Equip. Info > NIM02D
If CHn values are displayed, the connections and settings of channel n are correct. if -- is
displayed, the sensor connections or settings are incorrect. Correct the connections or settings.
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Web Operation
Step 1 Select the channel n function and click Submit.
Path: Monitoring > NIM02D > Running Parameter > CHn Configure
Step 2 Set the parameters for channel n.
Path: Monitoring > NIM02D > Running Parameter > CHn Configure
Step 3 Verify the channel n settings.
Path: Monitoring > NIM02D > Running Information > CHn Information
If CHn values are displayed, the connections and settings of channel n are correct. if -- is
displayed, the sensor connections or settings are incorrect. Correct the connections or settings.
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6.2 Common Maintenance Tasks


6.2.1 Backing Up the Current Settings
Context
The configuration file contains all the modified configurations for the current system type,
such as parameter values and alarm configurations.
You can back up the configuration file to a local computer over the WebUI.

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WebUI Operation

Figure 6-39 Backing up the current configuration file on the WebUI

6.2.2 Importing a Configuration File


Context

You are advised to back up the current configuration file before importing another
configuration file. After the configuration file is imported, the configurations are
automatically updated.

After the configuration file is imported, the SMU restarts.


You can import a configuration file that matches the SMU software version over the WebUI.

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WebUI Operation

Figure 6-40 Importing a configuration file on the WebUI

6.2.3 Restoring Factory Defaults


Context

After factory defaults are restored, the SMU restarts.

After factory defaults are restored, all parameter values change to their default factory values.
You are advised to back up the current settings before restoring factory defaults.
You can restore factory defaults on the LCD and WebUI. Operator users have no such
permission.

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LCD Operation

Figure 6-41 Restoring factory defaults on the LCD

WebUI Operation

Figure 6-42 Restoring factory defaults on the WebUI

6.2.4 Upgrading the Software


Context
You can use the WebUI to upgrade software for the SMU and rectifiers. SMU upgrade takes
several minutes, and rectifier upgrade time depends the number of rectifiers.

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After the software is upgraded, the SMU restarts.

WebUI Operation

Figure 6-43 Upgrading the software on the WebUI

6.2.5 Resetting the SMU


Context
Resetting the SMU takes about 1minute, during which time the SMU cannot monitor or
manage the rectifiers, batteries, and other devices connected. After the SMU is reset, the
configuration file used before resetting automatically loads. You do not have to reset the
parameters.

LCD Operation

Figure 6-44 Resetting the SMU on the LCD

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WebUI Operation
Select Reset SMU and click Submit.

Figure 6-45 Resetting the SMU on the WebUI

6.2.6 Adding, Modifying, or Deleting Users


Context
The SMU supports a maximum of three online users. User types are classified into admin,
engineer, and operator. Table 6-5 describes the rights of the three user types.

After version rollback, the user accounts created are deleted, and the initial user name and
password are required for login.

You can set user types only on the WebUI.

Table 6-5 User types and rights

User Type User Rights Maximum Number


of Users

Admin Has the rights of viewing, setting, and 15 in total


controlling all attributes and functions.
Engineer Has the same rights as admin users except
the right of user management.

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User Type User Rights Maximum Number


of Users

Operator Has the rights of viewing real-time


monitoring information, querying
historical data and electronic labels,
setting time and IP addresses, configuring
data record parameters, backing up
configuration files, and exporting faulty
information.

WebUI Operation

Figure 6-46 User management on the WebUI

6.2.7 Changing a User Password


Context
To ensure security, change your password periodically.
Only the system administrator can change user passwords.

LCD Operation
Change the password in compliance with the following rules:
 The password must contain six characters.
 The password can consist of digits, uppercase letters, and lowercase letters.
Path: Main Menu > Parameters Settings > Local Parameters > Change Password

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Web Operation
Step 1 After logging in to the WebUI, choose Maintenance > User Management. The user
management page is displayed.
Step 2 Select the user whose password needs to be changed and click Modify. The dialog box for
changing user information is displayed.
Step 3 Specify information such as New Password and click Confirm.

The administrator needs to set Old Password only when changing the administrator's own password.

Change the password in compliance with the following rules:


 The password must contain 6 to 20 characters.
 At least two types of the following are required in the password: digits, uppercase letters,
lowercase letters, or special characters (` ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * - _ = + ; : ' " , . ? or spacing).
 The password must be different from the previous two passwords.
 The password must be different from the user name or its reverse.
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6.2.8 Querying Active Alarms


Context
Active alarms are the alarms that are not cleared.

LCD Operation

Figure 6-47 Querying active alarms on the LCD

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WebUI Operation

Figure 6-48 Querying active alarms on the WebUI

6.2.9 Querying and Clearing Historical Alarms


Context
Historical alarms are alarms that have been cleared.

LCD Operation

Figure 6-49 Querying historical alarms on the LCD

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Figure 6-50 Clearing historical alarms on the LCD

WebUI Operation
Historical alarms cannot be cleared on the WebUI.
Step 1 Filter historical alarms.

Figure 6-51 Filtering historical alarms on the WebUI

Step 2 View historical alarms.

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Figure 6-52 Viewing historical alarms on the WebUI

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6.2.10 Viewing the Battery Health Status


Context
You can view the battery health status by using the SMU.

LCD Operation

Figure 6-53 Viewing the battery health status on the LCD

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WebUI Operation

Figure 6-54 Viewing the battery health status on the WebUI

6.2.11 Clearing the Rectifiers Failing in Communication


Context
After you remove one or more rectifiers, the SMU generates a communication failure alarm.
If you confirm that the rectifiers do not need to be reinstalled, clear the configuration
information about the removed rectifiers over the LCD or WebUI.

LCD Operation

Figure 6-55 Clearing rectifiers failing in communication on the LCD

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WebUI Operation

Figure 6-56 Clearing rectifiers failing in communication on the WebUI

6.2.12 Viewing an Operation Log


Context
The SMU records all user operations over the LCD and WebUI to facilitate the maintenance
of the power system.
You can view the operation logs over the WebUI only.

WebUI Operation

Figure 6-57 Viewing an operation log

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6.2.13 Exporting Historical Data


Context
Historical data includes historical alarms, performance data, operation logs, and battery test
records.
 Historical alarms
Information about historical alarms includes the alarm name, alarm generation time,
alarm clearance time, and acknowledgement status.
 Performance data
Historical data includes the system voltage, total load current, battery temperature, and
others.
 Operation logs
Records for accessing the SMU include the login user name, operation time, operation
source, and parameter.
 Battery test records
Battery test records include the information about the latest 36 battery tests.

WebUI Operation

Figure 6-58 Exporting historical data on the WebUI

6.2.14 Exporting Fault Data


Context
You can export version information and system operating information in one-click mode on
the WebUI to quickly collect information and identify system faults.

Web Operation
Path: Maintenance > Fault Information > Export Fault Information

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6.2.15 Exporting Electronic Labels


Context
You can view and export the electronic label information about the power subrack, SMU, and
rectifiers.

WebUI Operation

Figure 6-59 Exporting electronic labels on the WebUI

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6.2.16 Switching Between Equalized Charging and Float Charging


Context
You can manually switch between equalized charging and float charging when the system
works in manual control mode.
Batteries keep in equalized charging status after equalized charging is manually enabled.
When the float charging conditions are met (for example, time for equalized charging expires),
the batteries automatically transfer to float charging status.

Parameters

Table 6-6 Parameter description for switching between equalized charging and float charging

Parameter Description Default Value Value Range


Charge Control Switches between Float Charging  Float Charging
equalized charging  Equalized
and float charging. Charging

LCD Operation
To switch between equalized charging and float charging on the LCD, perform the following
steps:
Step 1 Set System Control Mode to Manual.
Step 2 Switch between equalized charging and float charging.

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Figure 6-60 Switching between equalized charging and float charging on the LCD

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WebUI Operation
To switch between equalized charging and float charging on the WebUI, perform the
following steps:
Step 1 Set System Control Mode to Manual and click Submit.

Figure 6-61 Setting the system control mode on the WebUI

Step 2 Switch between equalized charging and float charging.


 Set Charge Control to Equalized Charging and click Submit to charge batteries in
equalized mode.

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After the system control mode is restored to automatic mode, equalized charging
automatically changes to float charging when the specified conditions are met.
 Set Charge Control to Float Charging and click Submit to charge batteries in float
mode.

Figure 6-62 Setting equalized or float charging on the WebUI

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6.2.17 Powering On and Off Batteries


Context

When you disconnect the battery power supply, if an AC failure occurs, all loads will be
powered off. Therefore, exercise caution with this operation.

You can manually power on or off batteries only in manual mode.

Parameters

Table 6-7 Battery power-on/off parameter description

Parameter Description Default Value Value Range


BLVD Control Powers on or off batteries. On  On
 Off

LCD Operation
Step 1 Set System Control Mode to Manual.

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Step 2 Manually power on or off batteries.

Figure 6-63 Powering on or off batteries on the LCD

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WebUI Operation
To power on or off batteries, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Set System Control Mode to Manual and click Submit.

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Figure 6-64 Setting the system control mode on the WebUI

Step 2 Manually power on or off batteries.


 Set BLVD Control to Off to power off batteries.
 Set BLVD Control to On to power on batteries.

Figure 6-65 Powering on or off batteries on the WebUI

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6.2.18 Powering On and Off Loads


Context

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Exercise caution when powering off loads, because doing so disconnects the power supply to
loads.

You can manually power on or off loads when the system works in manual control mode.

Parameters

Table 6-8 Load power-on/off parameter description

Parameter Description Default Value Value Range


LLVD Control Powers on or off loads. On  On
 Off

LCD Operation
Step 1 Set System Control Mode to Manual.
Step 2 Manually power on or off loads.

Figure 6-66 Powering on or off loads on the LCD

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WebUI Operation
To power on or off loads, perform the following steps:

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Step 1 Set System Control Mode to Manual and click Submit.

Figure 6-67 Setting the system control mode on the WebUI

Step 2 Manually power on or off loads.


 Set LLVD Control to Off and click Submit to power off loads.
 Set LLVD Control to On and click Submit to power on loads.

If there are multiple levels of low voltage disconnection (LVD), power on or off other loads in a similar
way.

Figure 6-68 Powering on or off loads on the WebUI

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6.2.19 Starting and Shutting Down Rectifiers


Context

Exercise caution when shutting down rectifiers, because doing so decreases maximum output
power and may disconnect the power supply to loads.

You can manually start or shut down rectifiers when the system works in manual control
mode.

Parameters

Table 6-9 Rectifier startup and shutdown parameter description

Parameter Description Default Value Value Range


Turn on All Starts all rectifiers. Yes Yes
Rectifiers
Turn On/Off Starts or shuts down a single On  On
Rectifier rectifier.  Off

LCD Operation
Step 1 Set System Control Mode to Manual.
Step 2 Set Turn On All Rects. to Yes or set Turn On/Off to Off.

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Figure 6-69 Starting or shutting down all rectifiers on the LCD

Figure 6-70 Starting or shutting down a rectifier on the LCD

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WebUI Operation
To control the startup and shutdown for rectifiers, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Set System Control Mode to Manual and click Submit.

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Figure 6-71 Setting the system control mode on the WebUI

Step 2 Manually start or shut down rectifiers.


 Set Turn On All Rectifiers to Yes and click Submit to start all rectifiers at a time.
Figure 6-72 shows the page for starting all rectifiers.

Figure 6-72 Starting all rectifiers on the WebUI

 Set Turn On/Off Rectifier to On and click Submit to start a single rectifier.
Figure 6-73 shows the page for starting a single rectifier.

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Figure 6-73 Starting a rectifier on the WebUI

 Set Turn On/Off Rectifier to Off and click Submit to shut down a single rectifier.
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6.2.20 Starting and Shutting Down SSUs


Context
You can manually start or shut down SSUs when the system works in manual control mode.

Parameters

Table 6-10 SSU startup and shutdown parameter description

Parameter Description Default Value Value Range


ON/OFF Start or shut down a single ON  ON
SSU or all SSUs.  OFF

LCD Operation
Step 1 Set System Control Mode to Manual.
Path: Main Menu > Running Control > Power System
Step 2 Set ON/OFF to OFF.
 Shutting down all SSUs
Path: Main Menu > Running Control > SSU > SSU Summary
 Shutting down a single SSU
Path: Main Menu > Running Control > SSU > SSUn
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Web Operation
Step 1 Set System Control Mode to Manual and click Submit.
Path: Monitoring > Power System > Running Control
Step 2 Set ON/OFF to OFF and click Submit.
 Shutting down all SSUs
Path: Monitoring > SSU Summary > Running Control
 Shutting down a single SSU
Path: Monitoring > SSU Summary > SSUn > Running Control
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6.2.21 Collecting Rectifier Fault Information


Context
If rectifier alarms cannot be cleared according to the alarm help, Collect Fault Information
can be performed to export rectifier data, which can be provided to Huawei technicians for
rectifier fault diagnosis.

LCD Operation
Step 1 Set Collect Fault Info to Yes.
Path: Main Menu > Running Control > Rectifier > Rectifier Group
Step 2 Directly insert a USB flash drive into the USB port on the SMU.
Step 3 Export fault data to the USB flash drive.
Path: Main Menu > Site Maintain > U Disk Export File
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Web Operation
Step 1 Set Collect Fault Information to Yes and click Submit.
Path: Monitoring > Rectifier Group > Running Control > Fault Information Collection
Control
Step 2 Export fault data.
Path: Maintenance > Fault Information > Export Fault Information
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7 Hardware Replacement

7.1 Safety Precautions


When replacing the SMU and user interface module (UIM), wear electrostatic discharge (ESD)
gloves or an ESD wrist strap to avoid component damage.

7.2 Replacing an SMU02B


Context
The SMU is hot-swappable.

Record the software version of the old SMU. If the old SMU is damaged and cannot be viewed, send the
barcodes of the old SMU and the cabinet to Huawei service personnel for query.

Procedure
Step 1 Push the locking latch on the SMU to the left and pull out the handle.
Step 2 Take the SMU out of the slot, as shown in Figure 7-1.

Figure 7-1 Removing the SMU

Step 3 Place the new SMU at the entry to the appropriate slot in the monitoring unit subrack, and
push the SMU until its front panel aligns with the front panel of the monitoring unit subrack.
Step 4 Push the handle in position and push the locking latch to the right to lock the handle, as shown
in Figure 7-2.

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Figure 7-2 Installing the SMU

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Follow-up Procedure
After replacing the SMU, the parameters are restored to factory defaults. You need to reset the
parameters based on site requirements.

After replacing the old SMU with a new spare part, power on the new SMU and check its software
version. If the software version of the new SMU is earlier than that of the old SMU, upgrade the new
SMU software.

7.3 Replacing an SMU02B1


Prerequisites
 You have obtained the cabinet door key.
 The new SMU02B1 is intact.

Procedure
Step 1 Connect the ground cable for the ESD wrist strap, and put on the ESD wrist strap and ESD
gloves.

Record the software version of the old SMU. If the old SMU is damaged and cannot be viewed, send the
barcodes of the old SMU and the cabinet to Huawei service personnel for query.

Step 2 Disconnect the communications cable from the SMU02B1 panel.


Step 3 Push the locking latch leftwards.
Step 4 Pull the handle outwards and remove the SMU02B1, as shown in Figure 7-3.

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Figure 7-3 Removing the SMU02B1

Step 5 Take off the SD card from the side of the SMU02B1.

If no SD is installed, go to Step 7.

Step 6 Insert the SD card into the new SMU02B1.


Step 7 Place the new SMU02B1 in the slot, push the locking latch leftwards, and pull out the handle.
Step 8 Gently push the SMU02B1 along guide rails until it is engaged. Close the handle, and push
the locking latch rightwards.

Figure 7-4 Installing the SMU02B1

Step 9 Reset SMU02B1 parameters.

After replacing the old SMU with a new spare part, power on the new SMU and check its software
version. If the software version of the new SMU is earlier than that of the old SMU, upgrade the new
SMU software.

Step 10 Reconnect the communications cable to the SMU02B1 panel.


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Follow-up Procedure
After replacing the SMU02B1, the parameters are restored to factory defaults. You need to
reset the parameters based on site requirements.

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7.4 Replacing a UIM02C


Procedure
Step 1 Record the positions where signal cables connect to the UIM02C panel, and then disconnect
the signal cables.
Step 2 Loosen the screws on the UIM02C panel and remove the UIM02C, as shown in Figure 7-5.

Figure 7-5 Removing the UIM02C

Step 3 Disconnect the –48 V power cable from the UIM02C backplane.

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Figure 7-6 Disconnecting the –48 V power cable

Step 4 Record the positions where the PCB of UIM02C connects to all the cables, and then
disconnect the cables.
Step 5 Remove the PCB, as shown in Figure 7-7.

Figure 7-7 Removing the PCB of UIM02C

Step 6 Take out the new PCB and install it.


Step 7 Connect all cables back to the new PCB based on the record made previously.
Step 8 Connect the -48 V power cable to the PCB of UIM02C.
Step 9 Push the UIM02C into the slot until its front panel aligns with the front panel of the
monitoring unit, and tighten the screws.
Step 10 Connect the signal cables to the original positions on the UIM02C panel.
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7.5 Replacing a UIM02D


The UIM02D consists of two user interface boards. This topic describes how to replace the
boards.

Procedure
Step 1 Record the positions where signal cables connect to the UIM02D panel, and then disconnect
the signal cables.
Step 2 Loosen the screws on the UIM02D panel and remove the UIM02D, as shown in Figure 7-8.

Figure 7-8 Removing the UIM02D

Step 3 Disconnect the –48 V power cable from the UIM02D backplane.

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Figure 7-9 Disconnecting the –48 V power cable

Step 4 Disconnect the flat cable from the UIM02D backplane.


Step 5 Remove the upper board from the UIM02D.
1. Unscrew and remove the upper board from the UIM02D, as shown in the following
figure.

Figure 7-10 Removing the upper board from the UIM02D

2. Disconnect the cables between upper and lower boards in the UIM02D.
Step 6 Remove the lower board from the UIM02D.
1. Record the positions of signal cables and communications cables connected to the lower
board, and disconnect the cables.

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2. Unscrew and remove the lower board from the UIM02D, as shown in the following
figure.

Figure 7-11 Removing the lower board from the UIM02D

Step 7 Install a new lower board in the UIM02D.


1. Place a new lower board in the UIM02D, and tighten screws.
2. Reconnect the removed signal cables and communications cables to the lower board
based on the recorded information.
Step 8 Install a new upper board in the UIM02D.
1. Reconnect the removed cables between upper and lower boards in the UIM02D.
2. Place a new upper board in the UIM02D, and tighten screws.
Step 9 Reconnect the –48 V power cable and signal cables to the UIM02D panel based on the
recorded information.
Step 10 Push the UIM02D into the slot until its front panel aligns with the front panel of the
monitoring unit, and tighten the screws.
Step 11 Connect the signal cables to the original positions on the UIM02D panel.
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7.6 Replacing an NIM01C


Prerequisites
 You have obtained an ESD wrist strap, a pair of ESD gloves, an ESD box or bag, the
cabinet door key, and tools.
 The new NIM01C is intact.

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Procedure
Step 1 Connect the ground cable for the ESD wrist strap, and put on the ESD wrist strap and ESD
gloves.
Step 2 Record the positions where signal cables connect to the NIM01C panel, and then disconnect
the signal cables.
Step 3 Loosen the screws on both sides of the NIM01C panel.
Step 4 Pull the handle rightwards to remove the NIM01C, as shown in Figure 7-12.

Figure 7-12 Removing an NIM01C

Step 5 Remove the SIM card from the SIM card slot, and insert a new NIM01C. Skip this step if no
SIM card is installed.
Step 6 Place the new NIM01C at the entry to the appropriate slot in the monitoring unit subrack, and
push the NIM01C until its front panel is in the same plane the front panel of the monitoring
unit subrack.
Step 7 Push the handle inwards until it is engaged, and then tighten the screws, as shown in Figure
7-13.

Figure 7-13 Installing an NIM01C

Step 8 Connect the signal cables to the original positions on the NIM01C panel.
Step 9 Disconnect the ground cable for the ESD wrist strap, and take off the ESD wrist strap and
ESD gloves.
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Follow-up Procedure
Pack the removed component, and return it to Huawei local warehouse.

7.7 Replacing a CIM02C


Prerequisites
 An ESD wrist strap, ESD gloves, ESD box or bag, cabinet door key, and required tools
are available.
 The new CIM02C is intact.

Procedure
Step 1 Connect the ground cable to the ESD wrist strap, and put on the ESD wrist strap and ESD
gloves.
Step 2 Record the connection positions of cables on the CIM02C panel and disconnect the cables.
Step 3 Loosen the screws on both sides of the CIM02C panel.
Step 4 Pull the handle rightwards and take out the CIM02C.

Figure 7-14 Removing a CIM02C

Step 5 Place the new CIM02C at the entry to the appropriate slot in the monitoring unit subrack, and
push the CIM02C until its front panel is flush with the front panel of the monitoring unit
subrack.
Step 6 Push the handle inwards until it is engaged, and then tighten the screws.

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Figure 7-15 Installing a CIM02C

Step 7 Reconnect the cables to the new CIM02C panel based on the recorded information.
Step 8 Disconnect the ground cable from the ESD wrist strap, and remove the ESD wrist strap and
ESD gloves.
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Follow-up Procedure
Pack the removed component and have it sent to the local Huawei warehouse.

7.8 Replacing a UIM03D


Prerequisites
 You have obtained an ESD wrist strap, a pair of ESD gloves, an ESD box or bag, the
cabinet door key, and tools.
 The new UIM03D is intact.

Procedure
Step 1 Connect the ground cable to the ESD wrist strap, and put on the ESD wrist strap and ESD
gloves.
Step 2 Note where signal cables are connected to the UIM03D panel. Record these positions and
disconnect the cables.
Step 3 Unscrew and remove the UIM03D.
Step 4 Note where all cables are connected to the NIM02D. Record these positions and remove and
the cables and NIM02D.

If no NIM02D is deployed, skip this step.

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Figure 7-16 Removing the NIM02D

Step 5 Record all cable connection positions on the UIM03D and disconnect the cables.
Step 6 Remove the UIM03D, as shown in Figure 7-17.

Figure 7-17 Removing a UIM03D

Step 7 Take out and install the new UIM03D.

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Step 8 Connect all the cables to the new UIM03D according to the information you recorded.
Step 9 Install the NIM02D and connect cables according to the information you recorded.

If no NIM02D is deployed, skip this step.

Step 10 Push the UIM03D in position and tighten the screws.


Step 11 Reconnect the signal cables to the UIM03D panel according to the information you recorded.
Step 12 Disconnect the ground cable from the ESD wrist strap, and take off the ESD wrist strap and
ESD gloves.
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Follow-up Procedure
Pack the removed component and return it to the local Huawei warehouse.

7.9 Replacing an NIM02D


Prerequisites
 You have obtained an ESD wrist strap, a pair of ESD gloves, an ESD box or bag, the
cabinet door key, and tools.
 The new NIM02D is intact.

Procedure
Step 1 Connect the ground cable to the ESD wrist strap, and put on the ESD wrist strap and ESD
gloves.
Step 2 Note where cables are connected to the NIM02D panel. Record these positions and remove
the cables.
Step 3 Loosen the screws on both sides of the UIM03D panel and pull out the UIM03D.
Step 4 Disconnect the power cables between the NIM02D and the J1 port on the UIM03D.
Step 5 Unscrew the NIM02D from the UIM03D and take out the NIM02D.

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Figure 7-18 Removing the NIM02D

Step 6 Push the new NIM02D in position and secure it with holes aligned.
Step 7 Connect power cables between the power port on the NIM02D rear panel and the J1 port on
the UIM03D.

Figure 7-19 Connecting the power cable

Step 8 Push the UIM03D into the subrack until its front panel is flush with that of the SCC800
subrack.

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Step 9 Reconnect the cables to the new NIM02D panel according to the information you recorded.
Step 10 Disconnect the ground cable from the ESD wrist strap, and take off the ESD wrist strap and
ESD gloves.
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Follow-up Procedure
Pack the removed component and return it to the local Huawei warehouse.

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A Parameter Tables

 The menu hierarchy and parameter display depend on the FSU and power supply scenario, system
type, system parameter settings, and device connections. In this chapter, the Power and FSU is
selected for FSU & Power Supply. The actual display prevails.
 # indicates that the parameter is displayed only when related devices are connected or related
parameters are set.

A.1 LCD Menu Hierarchy


Figure A-1 LCD menu hierarchy

Table A-1 LCD menu description


Menu Item Description

Active Alarm Views active alarms in the power system.


Running Views the operating status of the power system, rectifiers, batteries, and other modules in
Information the system.
Setting Wizard Quickly sets common parameters, such as the number of battery strings, rated battery
capacity, date, time, and network parameters.
Parameters Sets parameters for the power system, rectifiers, batteries, and other modules in the
Settings system.
Running Control Manually controls the power system, rectifiers, batteries, and other modules in the
system, such as switching between equalized charging and float charging, starting or
shutting down rectifiers, clearing historical alarms, and restarting the SMU.
Site Maintenance Performs USB-based operations such as upgrade, export, and site setup.

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A.2 Running Information


Table A-2 Running Information menu hierarchy

Second-Level Menu Third-Level Menu Fourth-Level Menu

Power System Basic Information System Voltage


Total Load Current
Phase L1 Voltage
Phase L2 Voltage
Phase L3 Voltage
Phase L1 Current
Phase L2 Current
Phase L3 Current
AC Frequency
System Efficiency
DO Control Status ALM1 Control Status
ALM2 Control Status
ALM3 Control Status
ALM4 Control Status
ALM5 Control Status
ALM6 Control Status
ALM7 Control Status
ALM8 Control Status
Rectifier Rectifier Group Total Output Current
Total DC Power
Load Usage
Total AC Power
Rectifier n Slot No.
DC Output Voltage
DC Output Current
DC Output Power
AC Voltage
Rated Efficiency

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Real-time Efficiency
Rectifier Temp
Cur. Limiting Status
Run Status
Hardware Version
Software Version
Bar Code
Battery Battery Group Battery Status
Total Batt. Current
Total Rated Cap.
Remain Cap. Percent
Cur. Limiting Status
Test Status
Batt. SOH
Battery Temp. 1
Battery String n Rated Capacity
Middle Voltage
Batt. Cell Detector# Batt.1 cell1-24 volt.
Batt.2 cell1-8 volt.
Batt.3 cell1-4 volt.
Batt.4 cell1-4 volt.
Battery Test Records -
Backup Power Info -
BackBatt # BackBatt Group BackBatt Status
Total BackBatt. Current
Total Rated Cap.
Remaining Cap.
Remain Cap. Percent
Cur. Limiting Status
Test Status
Batt. SOH
BackBatt String n Rated Capacity

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GPS Information Longitude -


Latitude -
Altitude -
Camera # Camera Group -
Camera Equip n Software Version
Manufacturer
Port ID
Electronic Lock # Electronic Lock n Software Version
Hardware Version
Lock Status
Lock Name
Com. Port Number
DTS # Comm Status -
Running Mode -
Power Supply Mode -
Software Version -
NIM # NIM n Comm State
Hardware Version
SW Ver
COM1 power status
COM2 power status
COM1 Power Volt
COM2 Power Volt
CIM# CIM Equip1 n Comm. Address
Hardware Version
Main Software Ver.
Communication Status
RF Software Version
Low Cap Li-ion Batt# Li-ion Battery Group Total Batt. Current
NOTE Battery Status
This parameter is displayed only
when Battery Type is set to BBS Battery Temp. 1
4840Z.

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DCDU # DCDU n Basic Information


Fan Info
Asset Info
eFUSE Group# EFUSE n Basic Parameters
Load 0
Asset Info
Temp. Control Info.# Temp. Control Group TC Mode
NOTE Indoor Vent Temp.
This parameter varies with the
system type. Outdoor Amb.Temp.
Batt Int AC.n A/C Status
Compressor Status
Indoor Vent Temp.
External Temp.
Internal Fan Speed
External Fan Speed
A/C Runtime
Compressor Runtime
A/C Software Version
Comm. Address
Equip TCUC n Equip Cabinet Tempn
EXTFAN n Speed
INFAN n Speed
Software Version
Hardware Version
System ID
TCUC Comm. Address
AC Energy Meter# AC Frequency -
Phase L1 Voltage -
Phase L2 Voltage -
Phase L3 Voltage -
Chan n Phase L1 Cur -
Chan n Phase L2 Cur -

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Chan n Phase L3 Cur -


Chan n Active Power -
Chan n Power Factor -
Chan n Consumption -
Device Model -
Version -
AIM n# AC Frequency -
Phase L1 Voltage -
Phase L2 Voltage -
Phase L3 Voltage -
Phase L1 Current -
Phase L2 Current -
Phase L3 Current -
Active Power -
Power Factor -
Software Version -
Active Electricity -
Hardware Version -
Bootloader Version -
Virtual PSC# AC1 Phase L1 Volt. -
AC1 Phase L2 Volt. -
AC1 Phase L3 Volt. -
AC1 Phase L1 Curr. -
AC1 Phase L2 Curr. -
AC1 Phase L3 Curr. -
AC1 Frequency -
Sysetem Voltage -
Total Load Current -
Qty. of Rect. -
Rect1 Output Curr. -
Rect. 1 Temperature -
Battery 1 Current -

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Batt. 1 Temperature -
Battery 1 Capacity -
Equip System Time -
DC Energy Meter n# Channel 1 Voltage -
Channel 1 Current -
Channel 1 Power -
Chan1 Consumption -
Protocol Version -
Software Version -
Hardware Version -
FSU WPN IP -
VPN IP -
SSU # SSU Summary Power Supply
Total Current
SSU n SSU Address
Output Voltage
Output Current
Input Voltage
SSU Status
SW Ver
Historical Alarm - -
Performance Mains Pwr Cons -
DC Load Pwr Cons -
Discharge Capacity -
BackBatt Dis. Cap. -
Total AC Input Elec. -
Solar Power Supply -
Mobile Data Info Connection Status -
Signal Strength -
Data Mode -
IP Address -
Current SIM Card -

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SIM Card 1 Status -


SIM Card 1 ICCID -
SIM Card 1 Number -
SIM 1 On-day Traffic -
SIM Card 2 Status -
SIM Card 2 ICCID -
SIM Card 2 Number -
SIM 2 On-day Traffic -
Other Device Info - -

A.3 Setting Wizard


Table A-3 Setting Wizard menu hierarchy
Second-Level Third-Level Fourth-Level Fifth-Level Default Value Value Range
Menu Menu Menu Menu
Battery Battery1-2 - - Yes Yes, No
Parameters Connected
Rated Capacity - - 150 Ah 5–10000
BackBatt # Battery1-2 - - Yes Yes, No
Connected
Rated Capacity - - 100 Ah 5–10000
Date and Time Date and Time - - - -
Time Zone - - UTC +08:00 Time zones of
Beijing all the major
cities in the
world. For
details, see the
WebUI.
NTP Enable - - No Yes, No
Network IP Address - - 192.168.0.10 -
Parameters
Subnet Mask - - 255.255.255.0 -
Default - - 192.168.0.1 -
Gateway
IPv4 DSCP - - 46 0-63
VLAN Enable - - No Yes, No

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Second-Level Third-Level Fourth-Level Fifth-Level Default Value Value Range


Menu Menu Menu Menu

VLAN ID - - 0 0-4094
VLAN Priority - - 5 0-7

A.4 Parameters Settings


Table A-4 Parameters Settings menu hierarchy

Second-Level Third-Level Fifth-Level Default Value


Menu Menu Fourth-Level Menu Menu Value Range
Power System Basic Parameters AC Type - Three Phases Three
Phases,
Single
Phase, Three
Live Lines
LLVD Enable - Yes Yes, No
TCB auto-sensing - Yes Yes, No
Battery Type - Lead Acid Lead Acid
Battery Battery,
BBS 4840Z,
ESU-A,
FCB, TCB
System St. Pwr Limit - No Yes, No
AC max. Phase Curr. - 1000 A 1-10000
AC Derated Coef - 0.8 0.0-1.0
User DC Pwr Cons - None None, DC
Src Ammter,
EFUSE,
Shunt
LLVD Parameters LLVD Mode - Voltage Voltage
Mode Mode,
Capacity
Mode, Time
Mode
LLVD Voltage - 44.0 V 35.0-56.0
LLVD Con. Volt. - 51.5 V 37.0-58.0

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LLVD Capacity - 15% 0-99


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
LLVD Mode is set to
Capacity Mode.

LLVD Time - 360 Min 5-1000


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
LLVD Mode is set to
Time Mode.

LLVD Delay Time - 60s 5-90


AC&DC Volt. Para. AC Overvolt. Thres. - 280 V 60-300
AC Undervolt. Thres. - 180 V 60-300
DC Overvolt. Thres. - 58.0 V 53.0-60.0
DC Undervolt. Thres. - 45.0 V 35.0-57.0
DC Ultra Overvolt. - 59.0 V 53.0-60.0
Thres.
DC Ultra Undervolt. - 44.0 V 35.0-57.0
Thres.
Sensor Config. DC SPD - None Yes, None
Para.
AC SPD - Yes Yes, None
Door Sensor - Yes Yes, None
Water Sensor - None Yes, None
Smoke Sensor - None Yes, None
Ambient Temp. - None Yes, None
Sensor
Ambient Humi. - None Yes, None
Sensor
Temp1 Sensor - None Yes, None
Temp2 Sensor - None Yes, None
Batt. Temp. Sensor 1 - Yes Yes, None
Batt. Temp. Sensor 2 - None Yes, None
Vibration Sensor - None Yes, None
Audible Visual Alarm - None Yes, None
DTD Access - DIN1 DIN1-6,
None

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Glass Broken Sensor - None DIN1-6,


None
DI Water Sensor Acc. - None DIN1-6,
NOTE None
This parameter is
displayed only when
Water Sensor is set to
Yes.

DI Smoke Sensor Acc. - None DIN1–9,


NOTE None
This parameter is
displayed only when
Smoke Sensor is set to
Yes.

Other Parameters Buzzer Enable - No Yes, No


Buzzer Alm Duration - 10 Min 1-100
Env HT Count Point - 55 degC 25–80
Env LT Count Point - -20 degC -20–20
Mask SC Alarm - No Yes, No
Rectifier Default Output Volt - - 53.5 V 48–58
OV Prot.Thres - - 59.5 V 56-60.5
Sequential St.Int - - 0s 0-20
High Rect. Capacity - - 5% 0-150
Low Rect. Capacity - - 75% 0-150
Max. Limited - - 121% 1-121
Current
WALK-IN Enable - - No Yes, No
WALK-IN Time - - 8s 8–200
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
WALK-IN Enable
is set to Yes.

Energy Saving Hibernation Enable - - No Yes, No


Hibernation Mode - - Intelligent Intelligent
NOTE Mode Mode, High
This parameter is
Efficiency
displayed only when Mode, Time
Hibernation Enable Mode
is set to Yes.

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Hiber. Without Batt. - - No Yes, No


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Hibernation Enable
is set to Yes.

Min. Rdnt. Coef. - - 0.2 0.05-1.00


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Hibernation Enable
is set to Yes.

Min. Working - - 2 1-100


Rects.
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Hibernation Enable
is set to Yes.

Best Efficiency Pt. - - 55% 50-100


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Hibernation Enable
is set to Yes.

Hiber. Stop - - 72.0 h 0.5-168.0


Duration
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Hibernation Enable
is set to Yes.

Circulation Period - - 7 Day 1-365


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Hibernation Enable
is set to Yes.

Phase Balance - - Disable Relative


NOTE
Balance,
This parameter is
Absolute
displayed only when Balance,
Hibernation Enable Disable
is set to Yes.

GPS Longitude - - - -
Information
Latitude - - - -
Altitude - - 0m -500-10000
Battery Basic Parameters Battery1 Connected - Yes Yes, No

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Battery2 Connected - No Yes, No


Rated Capacity - 400 Ah 5-10000
FC Voltage - 53.5 V 42.0-58.3
NOTE
When
temperature
compensatio
n is
effective, the
valid voltage
range is
51.5–55.5 V.

EC Voltage - 56.4 V 42.0-58.3


Charge Limit Coef. - 0.15 C10 0.05-0.25
NOTE NOTE
This parameter is not Battery
displayed for the fast charge
charge battery (FCB). current limit.
The SMU automatically The charge
adjusts the parameter current limit
based on the battery setting range
charging status and the varies with
ambient temperature. battery types
and is
subject to
the battery
specification
s.

BLVD Enable - Yes Yes, No


Hibernation Enable - No Yes, No
Battery Factory - Shoto Shoto,
Narada,
Other
Battery Model - 12V Shoto 12V Shoto
AGM AGM, 12V
Narada
AGM, Other
Battery Cable Length - 0m 0-100
Batt Cable CS Area - 35 mm2 1-1000
SOC SOH Calc Scene - Backup Backup
Scene Scene,
Cyclic Scene

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Temp. Comp. Para. TC Coefficient - 80 mV/degC 0-500


NOTE
This
parameter is:
For 48 V
battery
string, the
amplitude of
the battery
float charge
voltage that
needs to be
adjusted for
each change
of 1°C. Set
this
parameter
based on the
actual
specification
s of the
battery.
For
example, if
the
temperature
compensatio
n coefficient
of each 2 V
battery is
3.33
mV/degC
and each 48
V battery
string
comprises
24 2 V
batteries,
then set this
parameter to
80
mV/degC,
which is
calculated as
follows:
3.33 x 24 =
80.

Nominal Temperature - 25degC 5-45


TC Upper Thres. - 45 degC 40-45
TC Lower Thres. - 5 degC 5-10
BLVD Parameters BLVD Mode - Voltage Voltage
Mode Mode,
Capacity
Mode, Time
Mode
BLVD Voltage - 43.2 V 35.0-56.0

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BLVD Con. Volt. - 51.5 V 37.0-58.0


BLVD Time - 480 Min 5-1000
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
BLVD Mode is set to
Time Mode.

BLVD Capacity - 5% 0-99


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
BLVD Mode is set to
Capacity Mode.

BLVD Delay Time - 60s 5-90


Reduce DC
Voltage,
Disable,
Reduce DC Disconnect
Very HT Prot. Mode - Voltage Battery
Very HT Prot. Volt. - 51.5 V 42.0-53.0
HT Alarm Thres. - 50 degC 25-80
NOTE
This default
value varies
in
accordance
with the
battery
performance
. 55degC is
set by
default for
the TCB.

Very HT Alarm Thres. - 53degC 25-80


NOTE
This default
value varies
in
accordance
with the
battery
performance
. 58degC is
set by
default for
the TCB.

LT Alarm Thres. - -10 degC -20 to 20


Temp. Prot. Para. Very LT Alarm Thres. - -20 degC -20 to 20
Charge Parameters Auto. EC Enable - Yes Yes, No

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FC-EC Cur. Coef. - 0.05 C10 0.01-0.25


FC-EC Cur. Duration - 30 Min 2-1440
FC-EC Cap. Percent - 70% 50-100
Sche. EC Enable - Yes Yes, No
Sche. EC Interval - 30 Day 1-365
Sche. EC Duration - 9h 1-24
Sch EC Enbl No - Yes Yes, No
Mains
Sch EC Intvl No - 30 Day 1-365
Mains
EC-FC Cur. Coef. - 0.01 C10 0.01-0.25
EC-FC Cur. Duration - 30 Min 2-540
EC Max Duration - 16 h 5-48
Mains Recovery EC - No Yes, No
En
AC Fail Duration - 10 Min 0-30
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Mains Recovery EC
En is set to Yes.

Fast Charge Coef. - 0.40 C10 0.25-0.50


NOTE
Current limit
coefficient
for fast
charging.
The charge
current limit
setting range
varies with
battery types
and is
subject to
the battery
specification
s.

Charge Efficiency - 0.98 0.80-1.00


Standard Test Para. AC Fail Test Enable - No Yes, No
Time Test Mode - Disable Disable,
Scheduled
Test,
Planned Test

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Sche. Test St. Time - 21:00:00 HH:MM:SS


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Time Test Mode is set
to Scheduled Test.

Sche. Test St. Period - 90 Day 2-999


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Time Test Mode is set
to Scheduled Test.

Annual Battery Tests - 0 0-6


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Time Test Mode is set
to Planned Test.

Pre-EC Enable - Yes Yes, No


Constant Cur. Test - No Yes, No
Constant Test Cur. - 9999A 1-9999
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Constant Cur. Test is
set to Yes.

Test End Voltage - 46.0V 44.2-53.0


Test End Capacity - 70% 0-99
Test End Time - 480 Min 1-6000
Test End Temperature - 5 degC -5 to 15
SOH Estimation - 3 1-30
Times
SOH Batch Factor - 1.0 0.5-1.5
Short Test Para. Short Test Enable - Yes Yes, No
Short Test Period - 30 Day 1-360
Short Test Time - 5 Min 1-240
Short Test End Volt. - 45.0 V 44.2-53.0
Alarm Parameters Overcur. Alm. Thres. - 0.25 C10 0.05-0.50
Low Cap. Alm. Thres. - 30% 0-90
Volt. Imb. Thres. - 20% 5-30
SOH Sub-health Thres - 80 1-99

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SOH Deterio Thres - 60 1-99


Batt Under Vol Thres - 45.0V 37.0-57.0
Batt Over Vol Thres - 59.0V 48.0-60.0
Other Parameters Installation Time - - -
Volt. Detect Mode - Middle Point Middle Point
Volt. Volt., Cell
Volt.
Power Backup Mode - Time Mode Time Mode,
Capacity
Mode
LLVD Backup Time - 180 Min 0-9999
BLVD Backup Time - 480 Min 0-9999
LLVD Backup - 75% 5-100
Capacity
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Power Backup Mode
is set to Capacity
Mode.

BLVD Backup - 95% 5-100


Capacity
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Power Backup Mode
is set to Capacity
Mode.

BackBatt # Basic Parameters Batteryn Connected - Yes Yes, No


Rated Capacity - 100 Ah 5-10000
FC Voltage - 53.5 V 42.0-58.0
NOTE
When
temperature
compensatio
n is
effective, the
valid voltage
range is
51.5–55.5 V.

EC Voltage - 56.4 V 42.0-58.0


Charge Limit Coef. - 0.15 C10 0.05-0.25
Hibernation Enable - No Yes, No

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Battery Factory - Shoto Shoto,


Narada,
Other
Battery Model - 12V Shoto 12V Shoto
AGM AGM, 12V
Narada
AGM, Other
Battery Cable Length - 0m 0-100
Batt Cable CS Area - 35 mm2 1-1000
Temp. Comp. Para. TC Coefficient - 80 mV/degC 0-500
NOTE
This
parameter is:
For 48 V
battery
string, the
amplitude of
the battery
float charge
voltage that
needs to be
adjusted for
each change
of 1°C. Set
this
parameter
based on the
actual
specification
s of the
battery.
For
example, if
the
temperature
compensatio
n coefficient
of each 2 V
battery is
3.33
mV/degC
and each 48
V battery
string
comprises
24 2 V
batteries,
then set this
parameter to
80
mV/degC,
which is
calculated as
follows:
3.33 x 24 =
80.

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Nominal Temperature - 25 degC 5-45


TC Upper Thres. - 45 degC 40-45
TC Lower Thres. - 5 degC 5-10
BLVD Parameters BLVD Voltage - 43.2 V 35.0-56.0
BLVD Con. Volt. - 51.5 V 37.0-58.0
Temp. Prot. Para. Very HT Prot. Mode - Reduce DC Disable,
Voltage Reduce DC
Voltage,
Disconnect
Battery
Very HT Prot. Volt. - 51.5 V 42.0-53.0
HT Alarm Thres. - 50 degC 25-80
Very HT Alarm Thres. - 53 degC 25-80
LT Alarm Thres. - -10 degC -20 to 20
Very LT Alarm Thres. - -20 degC -20 to 20
Charge Parameters Auto. EC Enable - Yes Yes, No
FC-EC Cur. Coef. - 0.05 C10 0.01-0.25
FC-EC Cur. Duration - 30 Min 2-1440
FC-EC Cap. Percent - 70% 50-100
Sche. EC Enable - Yes Yes, No
Sche. EC Interval - 30 Day 1-365
Sche. EC Duration - 9h 1- 24
Sch EC Enbl No - Yes Yes, No
Mains
Sch EC Intvl No - 30 Day 1-365
Mains
EC-FC Cur. Coef. - 0.01 C10 0.01-0.25
EC-FC Cur. Duration - 30 Min 2-540
EC Max Duration - 16 h 5-48
Mains Recovery EC - No Yes, No
En
Fast Charge Coef. - 0.40 C10 0.25-0.5
Charge Efficiency - 0.98 0.80-1.00

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Standard Test Para. Time Test Mode - Disable Disable,


Planned
Test,
Scheduled
Test
Pre-EC Enable - Yes Yes, No
Constant Cur. Test - No Yes, No
Test End Voltage - 46.0V 44.2-53.0
Test End Capacity - 20% 0-99
Test End Time - 480 Min 1
Test End Temperature - 5 degC -5 to 15
SOH Estimation - 3 1-30
Times
SOH Batch Factor - 1 0.5-1.5
Short Test Para. Short Test Enable - Yes Yes, No
Short Test Period - 30 Day 1-360
Short Test Time - 5 Min 1-240
Short Test End Volt. - 45.0 V 44.2-53
Alarm Parameters Overcur. Alm. Thres. - 0.25 C10 0.05-0.50
Low Cap. Alm. Thres. - 30% 0-90
SOH Sub-health Thres - 80 1-99
SOH Deterio Thres - 60 1-99
Other Parameters Installation Time - - -
Camera # Camera Equip n Average,
Fair, Good,
Picture Quality - Excellent Excellent
Image Format - 640 x 480 160 x 120
320 x 240
640 x 480
Continuous Interval - 40s 20-60
Before Alarm Count - 5 Pcs 1-10
Alarm Later Count - 5 Pcs 1-10

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Set Pairing Cabinet - - A maximum


of 20
characters,
including
lowercase
English
letters (a–z),
uppercase
English
letters
(A–Z), digits
(0–9), and
special
characters
(@_#*-)
Electronic E-Lock Group Lock Close Delay - 60 s 3-240
Lock #
Electronic Lock n Cabinet Name - - -
DTS # Backup Batt Enable - - Yes Yes, No
CIM # CIM Equip1 Number of Batteries - 0 0-96
Low Cap Basic Parameters Rated Capacity - 40 Ah 1-300
Li-ion Batt #
Charging Voltage - 54.0 V 53.5-56.5
NOTE
This parameter BLVD Enable - Yes Yes, No
is displayed
only when Battery1 Connected - Yes Yes, No
Battery Type
is set to BBS BLVD Parameters BLVD Mode - Voltage Voltage
4840Z. Mode Mode, Time
Mode
BLVD Voltage - 43.2 V 35.0-47.8
BLVD Con. Volt. - 51.5 V 37.0-53.0
Alarm Parameters HT Alarm Thres. - 50 degC 25-80
LT Alarm Thres. - -10 degC -30-20
Other Parameters - - - -
DCDU # DCDU Group TC Mode - Standard Standard
mode mode,
Energy
saving
mode, Mute
mode
Backup Mode enable - Disable Enable,
Disable
DCDU n Basic Parameters User Config None User 1–6,
None

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Amb. HT 55 degC 25-80


Thres.
Amb. LT -20 degC -20 to 20
Thres.
Amb. HH 95% 0-100
Thres.
Amb. LH 5% 0-100
Thres.
Heater Alm None DIN 1–6,
DI Conf None
BLVD Parameters LLVD No Yes, No
Enable
BLVD No Yes, No
Enable
Sensor Config. Para. Door Sensor Yes Yes, No
Smoke Yes Yes, No
Sensor
Water Yes Yes, No
Sensor
Ambient Yes Yes, No
Temp.
Sensor
Ambient Yes Yes, No
Humi.
Sensor
Indoor Vent Yes Yes, No
TS
Outdoor No Yes, No
Amb. TS
Temp1 No Yes, No
Sensor
Temp2 No Yes, No
Sensor
eFUSE Group EFUSE n Basic Parameters Load Off Time Mode Time Mode,
# Mode Voltage
Mode
On/Off Single All, Single
Setting
Load Single All, Single
Overcur.
Setting

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Load 0–9 Yes Yes, No


Off Enable
NOTE
This
parameter is
displayed
only when
On/Off
Setting is
Single.

Load Off Voltage Load 0–9 43.2V 35.0-56.0


Off Volt
NOTE
This
parameter is
displayed
only when
On/Off
Setting is
Single.

Load Off 43.2V 35.0-56.0


Voltage
NOTE
This
parameter is
displayed
only when
On/Off
Setting is
All.

Load On Voltage Load 0–9 On 51.5V 37.0-58.0


Volt
NOTE
This
parameter is
displayed
only when
On/Off
Setting is
Single.

Load On 51.5V 37.0-58.0


Voltage
NOTE
This
parameter is
displayed
only when
On/Off
Setting is
All.

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Load Off Time Load 0–9 180Min 0-300


NOTE Off Time
This parameter is NOTE
displayed only when This
Load Off Mode is parameter is
Time Mode. displayed
only when
On/Off
Setting is
Single.

Load Off 180Min 0-300


Time
NOTE
This
parameter is
displayed
only when
On/Off
Setting is
All.

Load Overcur. Thres. Load 0–9 15.0A 0.5-20.0


Overcur
Thres
NOTE
This
parameter is
displayed
only when
Load
Overcur.
Setting is
Single.

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Load 15.0A 0.5-20.0


Overcur.
Thres.
NOTE
 This
paramete
r is
displaye
d only
when
Load
Overcur
. Setting
is All.
 When
the
actual
current
exceeds
the 1.2
times of
the load
overcurr
ent
threshol
d, the
EFUSE
automati
cally
enables
or
disables
the
output.
The
appropri
ate
current
can be
manuall
y
resumed
only
after the
overcurr
ent fault
is
rectified.

Consumption Config - - -
Other Parameters Input OV 58.0 V 58.0-60.0
Thres.
Input UV 42.0 V 38.0-45.0
Thres.
Cabinet - -
Name
Temp. Control Temp. Control Indoor Vent TS - No Yes, No

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# Group Outdoor Amb. TS - No Yes, No


TC Mode - Standard Standard
mode mode,
Energy
saving
mode, Mute
mode
Backup Mode enable - Enable Enable,
Disable
HT for A/C on - 40 degC 20-50
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
A/C Dispatch Mode is
set to Active/standby
mode or Polling mode.

Very HT for A/C on - 45 degC 25-55


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
A/C Dispatch Mode is
set to Active/standby
mode or Polling mode.

A/C Dispatch Mode - Single-A/C Single-A/C


mode mode,
Active/stand
by mode,
Polling
mode
Equip Int AC n HT Alarm Thres. - - 25–55
Comp. Start Temp. - - 25–80
AIM1 # AC Rated - - 50 Hz
Frequency
Virtual PSC # TC Coefficient - - 80mV/degC 0-500
FC Voltage - - 53.5V 42.0-58.0
EC Voltage - - 56.4V 42.0-58.0
Auto. EC Enable - - Yes Yes, No
Sche. EC Duration - - 9h 0-24
DC UV Thres. - - 45.0V 35.0-57.0
DC OV Thres. - - 58.0V 53.0-60.0
DC Energy Comm. Addr. - - 80 80-82
Meter n #
Channels - - 4 1-4

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Chan n Detect - - DC Main DC Main


Object Equipment Equipment,
None, DC
Other
Equipment,
Battery, DC
TC
Equipment
Temp. Control Intelligent
Group # Mode, A/C
Temp. Control Intelligent Mode, Fan
Mode - - Mode Mode
Indoor Vent TS - - Yes Yes, No
Outdoor Amb. TS - - Yes Yes, No
A/C Work Temp. - - 38 degC 33–50
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Temp. Control
Mode is set to A/C
Mode.

A/C Stop Temp. - - 33 degC 27–45


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Temp. Control
Mode is set to A/C
Mode.

A/C Work Temp. - - 45 degC 38–50


A/C Stop Temp. - - 37 degC 33–45
Fan Group # Work Temperature - - 35 degC -20 to 50
Stop Temperature - - 30 degC -20 to 50
AC Air A/C Heat Temp. - - 0 degC -20 to 80
Conditioner #
A/C Heat Stop - - 10 degC -20 to 80
Temp.
Heater Device Heater Start Temp. - - 0 degC -10 to 0
#
Heater Stop Temp. - - 5 degC 5 to 15
FSU China
Telecom,
China
Unicom,
China China
Net Mode - - Mobile Mobile
FSU ID - - - -

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FSU Code - - - -
Other Device - - - - -
Config
SSU # Solar EC En - - Disable Enable,
Disable
Solar EC Time - - 12 h 1-24
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only when
Solar EC En is set to
Enable.

SSU Increment Volt - - 0.5 0.2-1


Alarm DI Dry Contact DIN1 Alm. Cond. - Open Close, Open
Parameters Para.
DIN2 Alm. Cond. - Close Close, Open
DIN3 Alm. Cond. - Close Close, Open
DIN4 Alm. Cond. - Close Close, Open
DIN5 Alm. Cond. - Close Close, Open
DIN6 Alm. Cond. - Close Close, Open
Door Alarm Cond - Open Close, Open
Water Alarm Cond - Close Close, Open
Smoke Alarm Cond - Close Close, Open
DO Dry Contact ALM1 Alarm Action - Close Close, Open
Para.
ALM2 Alarm Action - Close Close, Open
ALM3 Alarm Action - Close Close, Open
ALM4 Alarm Action - Close Close, Open
ALM5 Alarm Action - Open Close, Open
ALM6 Alarm Action - Close Close, Open
ALM7 Alarm Action - Close Close, Open
ALM8 Alarm Action - Close Close, Open
Alarm Config Power System - - -
Rectifier - - -
Rectifier Group - - -
Battery Group - - -
Battery String - - -
PSC # - - -

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NIM # - - -
GPS Information # - - -
Alarm Level DO Cri. Alm. Asso. DO - No No,
Para. ALM1–AL
M8
Major Alm. Asso. DO - No No,
ALM1–AL
M8
Minor Alm. Asso. DO - No No,
ALM1–AL
M8
Warn. Alm. Asso. DO - No No,
ALM1–AL
M8
Clear ALM Asso. Clear ALM1 Asso. - Yes Yes
Clear ALM2 Asso. - Yes Yes
Clear ALM3 Asso. - Yes Yes
Clear ALM4 Asso. - Yes Yes
Clear ALM5 Asso. - Yes Yes
Clear ALM6 Asso. - Yes Yes
Clear ALM7 Asso. - Yes Yes
Clear ALM8 Asso. - Yes Yes
Comm. Network Parameters IP Address - 192.168.0.10 -
Parameters
Subnet Mask - 255.255.255. -
0
Default Gateway - 192.168.0.1 -
IPv4 DSCP - 46 0-63
VLAN Enable - No Yes, No
VLAN ID - 0 0-4094
VLAN Priority - 5 0-7
NetEco Primary IP - 192.168.0.10 -
NetEco Backup IP - 192.168.0.10 -
NetEco Port Number - 31220 1-65535
FAE Tel Number 1 - - +, 0-9
FAE Tel Number 2 - - +, 0-9
FAE Tel Number 3 - - +, 0-9

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FAE Tel Number 4 - - +, 0-9


FAE Tel Number 5 - - +, 0-9
Serial Port Northbound Port Mode Automatic Manual,
Automatic
Protocol M/S M/S
Type Protocol Protocol,
YDN1363
Protocol,
Modbus
Protocol
YDN1363 Protocol Baud Rate - 9600 1200, 2400,
4800,
14400,11520
0,9600,1920
0
Comm. Address - 1 1-254
Modbus Protocol Baud Rate - 9600 1200, 2400,
4800,
14400,11520
0,9600,1920
0
Comm. Address - 33 0-247
M/S Protocol Baud Rate - 9600 1200, 2400,
4800,
14400,11520
0,9600,1920
0
Comm. Address - 3 0-31
Mobile Data Carrier Operator - China Other
Mobile Carrier
operator,
China
Telecom,
China
Unicom,
China
Mobile

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Access Point A maximum


Name of 28
NOTE characters,
This
including
parameter is lowercase
displayed English
only when letters (a–z),
Carrier uppercase
Operator is English
set to Other
Carrier
letters
operator. (A–Z), digits
(0–9), and
Access Point special
Number characters
NOTE (@_#*-.).
This
parameter is
displayed
only when
Carrier
Operator is
set to Other
Carrier
operator.

User Name
NOTE
This
parameter is
displayed
only when
Carrier
Operator is
set to Other
Carrier
operator.

GPRS A maximum
Password of 16
NOTE characters,
This
including
parameter is lowercase
displayed English
only when letters (a–z),
Carrier uppercase
Operator is English
set to Other
Carrier
letters
operator. (A–Z), digits
(0–9), and
special
characters
(@_#*-.).
Wifi settings SSID - - HUAWEI_S -
ITE
Password - - Changeme -

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Local Language - - English English/Chin


Parameters ese/Russian/
Spanish/Port
uguese/Fren
ch/Italian/Ge
rman/Turkis
h/Japanese
Site ID Site ID - - -
FSU & Power - - Power and Only FSU,
Supply FSU Only Power,
Power and
FSU
System Type - - - -
Date and Time Date and Time - - -
Time Zone - UTC +08:00 Time zones
Beijing of all the
major cities
in the world.
For details,
see the
WebUI.
NTP Enable - No Yes, No
LCD Contrast Contrast - 5 0-10
Change Password - - - -
Reset Web - - - -
Password
Restore Restore Factory Set. - - Yes Yes
Settings

A.5 Running Control


Table A-5 Running Control menu hierarchy

Second-Level Third-Level Fourth-Level Fifth-Level Default Value Range


Menu Menu Menu Menu Value

Power System System - - Automatic Automatic,


Control Mode Manual
Reset SMU - - Yes Yes

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Menu Menu Menu Menu Value

LLVD Control - - On On, Off


NOTE
This parameter
is displayed
only when
System
Control Mode
is set to
Manual.

Rectifier Rectifier Turn on All - Yes Yes


Group Rects.
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when System
Control Mode is
set to Manual.

OV Lock Reset - Yes Yes


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when System
Control Mode is
set to Manual.

Clear Rect Loss - Yes Yes


Alm.
Manual Control - 53.3 V 42.0-58.3
Volt.
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when System
Control Mode is
set to Manual.

Cur. Limiting - 121% 1-121


Coef.
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when System
Control Mode is
set to Manual.

Collect Fault Info - Yes Yes

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Menu Menu Menu Menu Value

Rectifier n Turn on/off - On On, Off


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when System
Control Mode is
set to Manual.

Battery Charge Control


NOTE
This parameter
is displayed
only when
Float
System
Control Mode Charging,
is set to Equalized
Manual. - - Float Charging Charging
BLVD Control - - On On, Off
NOTE
This parameter
is displayed
only when
System
Control Mode
is set to
Manual.

Reset Capacity - - Yes Yes


Standard Test - - Stop Stop, Start
Ctrl.
Short Test - - Stop Stop, Start
Control
Clear Test Log - - Yes Yes
Fast Charge - - Stop Stop, Start
Control
GPS Information - - - - -
Virtual PSC # System - - Automatic Automatic,
Control Mode Manual
BackBatt # Reset Capacity - - Yes Yes
Standard Test - - Stop Stop, Start
Ctrl.
Short Test - - Stop Stop, Start
Control
Fast Charge - - Stop Stop, Start
Control

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Menu Menu Menu Menu Value

DTS # Del Com. Fail - - Yes Yes


DTS
NIM # NIM n Reset Module - Yes Yes
COM1 Power - Enable Enable,
Output Disable
COM2 Power - Enable Enable,
Output Disable
Low Cap Li-ion - - - - -
Batt
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when Battery
Type is set to BBS
4840Z.

EFUSE # Clear EFUSE #


NOTE
This parameter
is displayed
only when the
EFUSE fails to
communicate. - - Yes Yes
All Load - - On On, Off
Control
NOTE
This parameter
is displayed
only when
Control Mode
is set to
Manual.

Load 0-9 - - On On, Off


Control
NOTE
This parameter
is displayed
only when
Control Mode
is set to
Manual.

Temp. Control # Equip Int AC.n A/C Control - Auto Auto, Manual
Mode

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Menu Menu Menu Menu Value
A/C - On On, Off
Power-on/off
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when A/C
Control Mode is
set to Manual.

Delete Comm - Yes Yes


Fail A/C
Fan Group # Fan Control - - Automatic Automatic,
Mode Manual
Fan Speed - - 50% 0-100
Ratio
NOTE
This parameter
is displayed
only when
System
Control Mode
is set to
Manual.

AC Air Control Mode - - Automatic Automatic,


Conditioner # Manual
A/C Control - - Off On, Off
NOTE
This parameter
is displayed
only when
System
Control Mode
is set to
Manual.

Heater Device # Control Mode - - Automatic Automatic,


Manual
Heater Control - - Off On, Off
NOTE
This parameter
is displayed
only when
System
Control Mode
is set to
Manual.

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Menu Menu Menu Menu Value

SSU # SSU Summary ON/OFF - On On, Off


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when System
Control Mode is
set to Manual.

Reset - Yes Yes


Clear Lost Alm - Yes Yes
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when there is an
SSU Lost alarm.

Clear Com. Fail - Yes Yes


SSU
NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when there is an
All SSU Comm
Fail alarm.

SSU n ON/OFF - On On, Off


NOTE
This parameter is
displayed only
when System
Control Mode is
set to Manual.

Reset - Yes Yes


Clear Alarm Historical Delete His. - Yes Yes
Alarm Alarms
Active Alarm - - Clear Alarm Clear Alarm
Clear Batt. Test Clear Test Log - - Yes Yes
Log
Output Relay Test Test Enable - - No No, Yes
Hiber. Test Para. Rect. Hiber. - - - -
Speedup

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A.6 Site Maintenance


Table A-6 Site Maintenance menu hierarchy

Second-Level Third-Level Fourth-Level Fifth-Level Default Value Value Range


Menu Menu Menu Menu
U Disk Hist Last Upgrade - - - -
Record Result
Last Export - - - -
Result
Last Config - - - -
Result
Last Elock - - - -
Result
U Disk Upgrade Confirm - - Yes Yes, No
Upgrade
U Disk Export Confirm Export - - Yes Yes, No
File
U Disk Creat Confirm Site - - Yes Yes, No
File Config
Elock Config Confirm Import - - Yes Yes, No
Import

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B Alarm Tables

 Alarm display depends on the system type, system parameter settings, and device connections. The
following tables are for reference. The actual display prevails.
 Certain alarm settings are displayed only when required conditions are met.

B.1 Power System Alarm Table


Table B-1 Power System Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay


AC SPD Fault AC Surge Protector Enable Major No
Fault
DC SPD Fault DC Surge Protector Enable Major No
Fault
AC Failure AC Failure Enable Major No
AC Ph. L1 AC Phase L1 Enable Minor No
Overvolt. Overvoltage
AC Ph. L2 AC Phase L2 Enable Minor No
Overvolt. Overvoltage
AC Ph. L3 AC Phase L3 Enable Minor No
Overvolt. Overvoltage
AC Ph. L1 AC Phase L1 Enable Minor No
Undervolt. Undervoltage
AC Ph. L2 AC Phase L2 Enable Minor No
Undervolt. Undervoltage
AC Ph. L3 AC Phase L3 Enable Minor No
Undervolt. Undervoltage
AC Ph. L1 Failure AC Phase L1 Failure Enable Major No
AC Ph. L2 Failure AC Phase L2 Failure Enable Major No

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Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay

AC Ph. L3 Failure AC Phase L3 Failure Enable Major No


AC Overvolt. AC Overvoltage Enable Minor No
AC Undervolt. AC Undervoltage Enable Minor No
DC Overvolt. DC Overvoltage Disable Major No
DC Undervolt. DC Undervoltage Enable Minor No
DC Ultra Overvolt. DC Ultra Disable Critical No
Overvoltage
DC Ultra DC Ultra Enable Major No
Undervolt. Undervoltage
Load Fuse Broken Load Fuse Broken Enable Major No
Very High Amb. Very High Ambient Enable Major No
Temp. Temperature
Long Mains Failure Long Mains Failure Disable Warning No
SMU Fault SMU Fault Disable Major No
Insuff. Alm Space Insufficient Alarm Enable Critical No
Space
Unknown System Unknown System Enable Major No
Type Type
Door Open Alarm Door Open Alarm Enable Critical No
Water Alarm Water Alarm Enable Critical No
Smoke Alarm Smoke Alarm Enable Minor No
High Amb. Temp. High Ambient Enable Minor No
Temperature
Low Amb. Temp. Low Ambient Enable Warning No
Temperature
High Amb. Humi. High Ambient Disable Warning No
Humidity
Low Amb. Humi. Low Ambient Disable Warning No
Humidity
Amb. TS Missing Ambient Enable Major No
Temperature Sensor
Missing
Amb. TS Fault Ambient Enable Warning No
Temperature Sensor
Fault

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Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay

Amb. HS Missing Ambient Humidity Enable Minor No


Sensor Missing
Amb. HS Fault Ambient Humidity Enable Major No
Sensor Fault
LLVD Warning LLVD Warning Enable Major No
LLVD LLVD Disconnected Enable Major No
Disconnected
LLVD2 Warning LLVD2 Warning Enable Major No
LLVD2 LLVD2 Enable Major No
Disconnected Disconnected
Load Fuse1 Broken Load Fuse1 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse2 Broken Load Fuse2 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse3 Broken Load Fuse3 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse4 Broken Load Fuse4 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse5 Broken Load Fuse5 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse6 Broken Load Fuse6 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse7 Broken Load Fuse7 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse8 Broken Load Fuse8 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse9 Broken Load Fuse9 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse10 Load Fuse10 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse11 Load Fuse11 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse12 Load Fuse12 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse13 Load Fuse13 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse14 Load Fuse14 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse15 Load Fuse15 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse16 Load Fuse16 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse17 Load Fuse17 Broken Enable Major No
Broken

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Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay


Load Fuse18 Load Fuse18 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse19 Load Fuse19 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse20 Load Fuse20 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse21 Load Fuse21 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse22 Load Fuse22 Broken Enable Major No
Broken
Load Fuse23 Load Fuse23 Broken Disable Major No
Broken
Temp1 Sensor Temp1 Sensor Enable Major No
Missing Missing
Temp2 Sensor Temp2 Sensor Enable Warning No
Missing Missing
Temp1 Sensor Fault Temp1 Sensor Fault Enable Major No
Temp2 Sensor Fault Temp2 Sensor Fault Enable Warning No
Temp1 High Temp. Temp1 High Enable Minor No
Temperature
Temp2 High Temp. Temp2 High Enable Minor No
Temperature
Temp1 Low Temp. Temp1 Low Enable Minor No
Temperature
Temp2 Low Temp. Temp2 Low Enable Minor No
Temperature
DIN1 Alarm DIN1 Alarm Enable Minor No
DIN2 Alarm DIN2 Alarm Enable Minor No
DIN3 Alarm DIN3 Alarm Enable Minor No
DIN4 Alarm DIN4 Alarm Enable Minor No
DIN5 Alarm DIN5 Alarm Enable Minor No
DIN6 Alarm DIN6 Alarm Enable Minor No
Heater Fault Heater Hardware Enable Major No
Fault
TEC Cooler Fault TEC Cooler Fault Enable Major No

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Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay

LIGT Alarm LIGT Alarm Enable Minor No


Breaker Trip Alarm Breaker Trip Alarm Enable Major No
Abn Sys. Volt. Abnormal System Enable Major No
Check Voltage Check
Abn Sys. Cur. Abnormal System Enable Major No
Check Current Check
INRS Alarm INRS Alarm Enable Minor No
BTEMP Alarm BTEMP Alarm Enable Minor No
TCUA Alarm TCUA Alarm Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 1 Custom Alarm 1 Enable Critical No
Custom Alarm 2 Custom Alarm 2 Enable Critical No
Custom Alarm 3 Custom Alarm 3 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 4 Custom Alarm 4 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 5 Custom Alarm 5 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 6 Custom Alarm 6 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 7 Custom Alarm 7 Enable Minor No
Custom Alarm 8 Custom Alarm 8 Enable Minor No
Custom Alarm 9 Custom Alarm 9 Enable Minor No
Custom Alarm 10 Custom Alarm 10 Enable Minor No
Custom Alarm 11 Custom Alarm 11 Enable Minor No
Custom Alarm 12 Custom Alarm 12 Enable Minor No
Custom Alarm 13 Custom Alarm 13 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 14 Custom Alarm 14 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 15 Custom Alarm 15 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 16 Custom Alarm 16 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 17 Custom Alarm 17 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 18 Custom Alarm 18 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 19 Custom Alarm 19 Enable Major No
Custom Alarm 20 Custom Alarm 20 Enable Major No
Load Breaker Trip Load Breaker Trip Enable Major No

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Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay


Main AC Breaker Main AC Breaker Enable Major No
Trip Trip
AC Ph. L1 Failure AC Phase L1 Failure Enable Major No
AC Ph. L2 Failure AC Phase L2 Failure Enable Major No
AC Ph. L3 Failure AC Phase L3 Failure Enable Major No
AC L1-L2 Overvolt AC L1-L2 Enable Major No
Overvoltage
AC L2-L3 Overvolt AC L2-L3 Enable Major No
Overvoltage
AC L3-L1 Overvolt AC L3-L1 Enable Major No
Overvoltage
AC L1-L2 AC L1-L2 Enable Major No
Undervolt. Undervoltage
AC L2-L3 AC L2-L3 Enable Major No
Undervolt. Undervoltage
AC L3-L1 AC L3-L1 Enable Major No
Undervolt. Undervoltage
Power Sys Power System Disable Major No
Undervolt Undervoltage
Power Sys Overvolt Power System Disable Minor No
Overvoltage
Vibration Alarm Vibration Alarm Enable Major No
Illegal Door Open Illegal Door Open Enable Major No
LLVD3 Warning LLVD3 Warning Enable Major No
LLVD3 LLVD3 Enable Major No
Disconnected Disconnected
LLVD4Warning LLVD4 Warning Enable Major No
LLVD4 LLVD4 Enable Major No
Disconnected Disconnected
IR Sensor Alarm Infrared Sensor Enable Major No
Alarm
Glass Break Alarm Glass Break Sensor Disable Major No
Alarm
Mask SC Alarm Mask SC Alarm Enable Major No

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B.2 Rectifier Alarm Table


Table B-2 Rectifier Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay


Rectifier Fault Rectifier Fault Enable Major No
Rect. Protection Rectifier Protection Enable Minor No
Comm Fail Communication Enable Minor No
Failure
Rect. Power Failure Rectifier Power Enable Major No
Failure
Rect. Overvoltage Rectifier Overvoltage Enable Major No
Rect Addr Rectifier Address Enable Major No
Abnormal Abnormal

B.3 Rectifier Group Alarm Table


Table B-3 Rectifier Group Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay

Rectifier Missing Rectifier Missing Enable Major No


Insuff. Rdnt. Rects. Insufficient Disable Warning No
Redundant Rectifiers
Rect. Fault (Rdnt.) Rectifier Fault Disable Minor No
(Redundant)
Rect Rectifier Fault Disable Major No
Fault(Non-rdnt) (Non-redundant)
Multi-Rect. Fault Multi-Rectifier Fault Enable Major No
All Rects Comm. All Rectifiers Fail to Enable Major No
Fail Communicate
Rect Hiber Rectifier Hibernation Disable Warning No
Activated Activated
High Rect. Capacity High Rectifier Disable Minor No
Capacity
Low Rect. Capacity Low Rectifier Enable Critical No
Capacity

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Alarm Alarm Properties

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Rect. Upgrade Fault Rectifier Upgrade Enable Major No


Fault

B.4 Battery Group Alarm Table


Table B-4 Battery Group Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

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Batt. High Temp. Battery High Enable Minor No


Temperature
Batt. Low Temp. Battery Low Enable Warning No
Temperature
Batt. TS 1 Missing Battery Temperature Enable Warning No
Sensor 1 Missing
Batt. TS 2 Missing Battery Temperature Enable Warning No
Sensor 2 Missing
Batt. TS 1 Fault Battery Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor 1 Fault
Batt. TS 2 Fault Battery Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor 2 Fault
Equalized Charging Battery Equalized Disable Warning No
Charging
BLVD BLVD Disconnected Enable Major No
Disconnected
Batt. EC Prot. Battery Equalized Enable Major No
Charging Protection
BLVD Warning BLVD Warning Enable Major No
Batt. Discharging Battery Discharging Enable Warning No
Batt. TC Activated Battery Temperature Disable Warning No
Compensation
Activated
Batt. Not Detected Battery Not Detected Enable Warning No
Batt. Reversely Battery Reversely Enable Major No
Con. Connection

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Batt. Very HT Battery Very High Disable Major No


Temperature
Batt. Very LT Battery Very Low Disable Minor No
Temperature
Batt. Forcibly Con. Battery Forcibly Enable Major No
Connection
Batt. Test Battery Test Disable Warning No
Cancelled Cancelled
Batt. Cur. Imb. Battery Current Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt. Chg. Overcur. Battery Charge Enable Major No
Overcurrent
Low Battery Low Battery Enable Warning No
Capacity Capacity
Battery Breaker Battery Breaker Trip Enable Critical No
Trip
Battery Deterio. Battery Deterioration Enable Major No
Battery Sub-health Battery Sub-health Enable Minor No
Insufficient Backup Insufficient Backup Disable Warning No
Battery Imbalance Battery Imbalance Disable Major No
Battery Undervolt Battery Undervoltage Enable Warning No
Batt Thermal Battery Thermal Enable Critical No
Runaway Runaway
Cell Deterioration Battery Cell Enable Major No
Deterioration
Battery Testing Battery Testing Disable Warning No
Batt Test Negative Battery Test Disable Major No
Negative
AC Phase Fail AC Phase Fail Disable Major No
Charge Battery Charge
AC Phase Fail AC Phase Fail Disable Major No
Disch Battery Discharge
BLVD Fail BLVD Fail Disable Major No
Batt.1 Overvoltage Battery1 Overvoltage Enable Major No
Batt.1 Battery1 Enable Major No
UnderVoltage UnderVoltage

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Batt.2 Overvoltage Battery2 Overvoltage Enable Major No


Batt.2 Battery2 Enable Major No
UnderVoltage UnderVoltage
Batt.1 Mid Volt Battery1 Middle Vlot Enable Major No
Imb Imbalance
Batt.2 Mid Volt Battery2 Middle Vlot Enable Major No
Imb Imbalance
Batt.3 Overvoltage Battery3 Overvoltage Enable Major No
Batt.3 Battery3 Enable Major No
UnderVoltage UnderVoltage
Batt.4 Overvoltage Battery4 Overvoltage Enable Major No
Batt.4 Battery4 Enable Major No
UnderVoltage UnderVoltage
Batt.3 Mid Volt Battery3 Middle Vlot Enable Major No
Imb Imbalance
Batt.4 Mid Volt Battery4 Middle Vlot Enable Major No
Imb Imbalance

B.5 Battery String Alarm Table


Table B-5 Battery String Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

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Batt. Fuse Break Battery Fuse Break Enable Critical No
Middle Volt. Imb. Battery Middle Enable Warning No
Voltage Imbalance
Battery Missing Battery Missing Enable Major No
Cell1 Volt. Imb. Battery Cell1 Enable Warning No
Voltage Imbalance
Cell2 Volt. Imb. Battery Cell2 Enable Warning No
Voltage Imbalance
Cell3 Volt. Imb. Battery Cell3 Enable Warning No
Voltage Imbalance
Cell4 Volt. Imb. Battery Cell4 Enable Warning No
Voltage Imbalance

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B.6 BackBatt Group Alarm Table


Table B-6 BackBatt Group Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

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Batt. High Temp. Battery High Enable Minor No
Temperature
Batt. Low Temp. Battery Low Enable Warning No
Temperature
Equalized Charging Battery Equalized Disable Warning No
Charging
BLVD BLVD Disconnected Enable Major No
Disconnected
Batt. EC Prot. Battery Equalized Enable Major No
Charging Protection
BLVD Warning BLVD Warning Enable Major No
Batt. Discharging Battery Discharging Enable Warning No
Batt. TC Activated Battery Temperature Disable Warning No
Compensation
Activated
Batt. Not Detected Battery Not Detected Enable Warning No
Batt. Very HT Battery Very High Disable Major No
Temperature
Batt. Very LT Battery Very Low Disable Minor No
Temperature
Batt. Test Cancelled Battery Test Disable Warning No
Cancelled
Batt. Cur. Imb. Battery Current Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt. Chg. Overcur. Battery Charge Enable Major No
Overcurrent
Low Battery Low Battery Enable Warning No
Capacity Capacity
Battery Deterio. Battery Deterioration Enable Major No
Battery Sub-health Battery Sub-health Enable Minor No
Battery Testing Battery Testing Disable Warning No
Batt Test Negative Battery Test Disable Major No
Negative

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B.7 Battery Cabinet Alarm Table


Table B-7 Battery Cabinet Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

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Cabinet Comm Fail Battery Cabinet Enable Major No
Communication
Failure
Batt. TS Fault Battery Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor Fault
Batt. TS Missing Battery Temperature Enable Warning No
Sensor Missing
Fan 1 Fault Fan 1 Fault Enable Major No
Fan 2 Fault Fan 2 Fault Enable Major No
Fan 3 Fault Fan 3 Fault Enable Major No
Fan 4 Fault Fan 4 Fault Enable Major No
Battery Cabinet HT Battery Cabinet High Enable Minor No
Temperature
Indoor TS Fault Indoor Return Vent Enable Major No
Temperature Sensor
Fault
Outdoor TS Fault Outdoor Temperature Enable Warning No
Sensor Fault
Cab Ret Air TS Cabinet Return Air Enable Minor No
Fault Temperature Sensor
Fault
Internal Fan Fault Internal Fan Fault Enable Major No
Frequent High Frequent High Enable Major No
Press. Pressure
A/C Comm Failure Air Conditioner Enable Major No
Communication
Failure
External Fan Fault External Fan Fault Enable Major No
A/C Compressor Air Conditioner Enable Major No
Fault Compressor Fault
A/C Evaporator Air Conditioner Enable Major No
Frozen Evaporator Frozen
Door Alarm Door Alarm Enable Major No

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Batt. Cab. TS Fault Battery Cabinet Enable Major No


Temp Sensor Fault
A/C Missing Air Conditioner Enable Major No
Missing

B.8 TCUC Alarm Table


Table B-8 TCUC Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

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Severity

Outlet Sensor Fault Air Exhaust Vent Enable Major No


Temperature Sensor Fault
Intake Sensor Fault Air Intake Vent Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor Fault
EXTFAN1 Fault EXTFAN1 Fault Enable Major No
EXTFAN2 Fault EXTFAN2 Fault Enable Major No
INFAN1 Fault INFAN1 Fault Enable Major No
INFAN2 Fault INFAN2 Fault Enable Major No
INFAN3 Fault INFAN3 Fault Enable Major No
INFAN4 Fault INFAN4 Fault Enable Major No
Outlet OT Alm. Air Exhaust Vent Enable Critical No
Overtemperature Alarm
Outlet UT Alm. Air Exhaust Vent Enable Warning No
Undertemperature Alarm
Inlet OT Alm. Air Intake Vent Enable Critical No
Overtemperature Alarm
Inlet UT Alm. Air Intake Vent Enable Warning No
Undertemperature Alarm
TEC Cooler Fault TEC Cooler Fault Enable Major No
Door Open Alarm Door Open Alarm Enable Minor No
Smoke Alarm Smoke Alarm Enable Critical No
Water Alarm Water Alarm Enable Critical No

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LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity
IN0 Alarm Reserved IN0 Alarm Enable Minor No
IN1 Alarm Reserved IN1 Alarm Enable Minor No
Batt.1 Cell1 Imb. Battery String 1 Cell1 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.1 Cell2 Imb. Battery String 1 Cell2 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.1 Cell3 Imb. Battery String 1 Cell3 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.1 Cell4 Imb. Battery String 1 Cell4 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.2 Cell1 Imb. Battery String 2 Cell1 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.2 Cell2 Imb. Battery String 2 Cell2 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.2 Cell3 Imb. Battery String 2 Cell3 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.2 Cell4 Imb. Battery String 2 Cell4 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.3 Cell1 Imb. Battery String 3 Cell1 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.3 Cell2 Imb. Battery String 3 Cell2 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.3 Cell3 Imb. Battery String 3 Cell3 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.3 Cell4 Imb. Battery String 3 Cell4 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.4 Cell1 Imb. Battery String 4 Cell1 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.4 Cell2 Imb. Battery String 4 Cell2 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.4 Cell3 Imb. Battery String 4 Cell3 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.4 Cell4 Imb. Battery String 4 Cell4 Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Minor No

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Severity
Batt.1 Mid-P. Imb. Battery String 1 Mid-Point Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.2 Mid-P. Imb. Battery String 2 Mid-Point Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.3 Mid-P. Imb. Battery String 3 Mid-Point Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Batt.4 Mid-P. Imb. Battery String 4 Mid-Point Enable Warning No
Imbalance
Ret. Vent TS Fault Return Vent Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor Fault
Ret OT Alm. Return Vent Enable Critical No
Overtemperature Alarm
Ret UT Alm. Return Vent Enable Warning No
Undertemperature Alarm
Batt String1 Missing Battery String 1 Missing Enable Major No
Batt String2 Missing Battery String 2 Missing Enable Major No
Batt String3 Missing Battery String 3 Missing Enable Major No
Batt String4 Missing Battery String 4 Missing Enable Major No

B.9 TCU Alarm Table


Table B-9 TCU Alarm Settings
Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity
Hardware Fault Hardware Fault Enable Major No
Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Minor No
In. Circ. Fan Fault Internal Circular Fan Fault Enable Major No
Ext. Circ. Fan Fault External Circular Fan Fault Enable Major No
Ret. Vent TS Fault Return Vent Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor Fault
Exhau. Vent TS Fault Exhaust Vent Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor Fault

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LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity
TCU High Temp. TCU High Temperature Enable Critical No
TCU Low Temp. TCU Low Temperature Enable Warning No
Door Open Alarm Door Open Alarm Enable Minor No
Water Alarm Water Alarm Enable Critical No
Smoke Alarm Smoke Alarm Enable Critical No
TEC Cooler Fault TEC Cooler Fault Enable Major No
Heater Fault Heater Hardware Fault Enable Major No

B.10 Intelligent Air Conditioner Alarm Table


Table B-10 Intelligent Air Conditioner Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay

Internal Fan Fault Internal Fan Fault Enable Major No


External Fan Fault External Fan Fault Enable Major No
Compressor Fault Compressor Fault Enable Major No
Cab Ret Air TS Cabinet Return Air Enable Minor No
Fault Temperature Sensor
Fault
Evaporator Frozen Evaporator Frozen Enable Major No
Frequent High Frequent High Enable Major No
Press. Pressure
Comm Fail Communication Enable Major No
Failure

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B.11 AC Energy Meter Alarm Table


Table B-11 AC Energy Meter Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay


Comm Fail Communication Enable Minor No
Failure

B.12 Temperature Control Group Alarm Table


Table B-12 Temperature Control Group Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay

Indoor TS Missing Indoor Return Vent Enable Major No


Temperature Sensor
Missing
Outdoor TS Outdoor Temperature Enable Warning No
Missing Sensor Missing
Indoor TS Fault Indoor Return Vent Enable Major No
Temperature Sensor
Fault
Outdoor TS Fault Outdoor Temperature Enable Warning No
Sensor Fault
Indoor Vent HT Indoor Vent High Enable Critical No
Temperature
A/C Missing Air Conditioner Enable Major No
Missing
Noise Too Loud System Noise Too Enable Major No
Loud

B.13 Fan Group Alarm Table


Table B-13 Fan Group Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay


Fan 1 Fault Fan 1 Fault Enable Major No

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Fan 2 Fault Fan 2 Fault Enable Major No


Fan 3 Fault Fan 3 Fault Enable Major No
Fan 4 Fault Fan 4 Fault Enable Major No

B.14 SSU Alarm Table


Table B-14 SSU Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay


Comm Fail Communication Enable Minor No
Failure
SSU Fault SSU Fault Enable Major No
SSU Protection SSU Protection Enable Minor No
PV Array Fault PV Array Fault Enable Warning No
SSU Update Failed SSU Update Failed Enable Major No

B.15 SSU Summary Alarm Table


Table B-15 SSU Summary Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay


All SSU Comm Fail All SSU Enable Major No
Communication
Failure
SSU Lost SSU Lost Enable Warning No

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B.16 ESMU Alarm Table


Table B-16 ESMU Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay


Comm Failure Communication Enable Minor No
Failure
Board Hardware Board Hardware Enable Major No
Fault Fault
Low Temperature Low Temperature Disable Minor No
Low Temp Low Temperature Enable Minor No
Protection Protection
Dis High Temp Prot Discharge High Enable Minor No
Temperature
Protection
Chg High Temp Charge High Enable Minor No
Prot Temperature
Protection
Overcharge Prot Overcharge Enable Minor No
Protection
Overdischarge Prot Overdischarge Enable Minor No
Protection
Electro Cell 1 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical Cell
1 Fault
Electro Cell 2 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical Cell
2 Fault
Electro Cell 3 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical Cell
3 Fault
Electro Cell 4 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical Cell
4 Fault
Electro Cell 5 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical Cell
5 Fault
Electro Cell 6 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical Cell
6 Fault

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Electro Cell 7 Fault Battery Enable Major No


Electrochemical Cell
7 Fault
Electro Cell 8 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical Cell
8 Fault
Electro Cell 9 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical Cell
9 Fault
Electro Cell10 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical
Cell10 Fault
Electro Cell11 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical
Cell11 Fault
Electro Cell12 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical
Cell12 Fault
Electro Cell13 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical
Cell13 Fault
Electro Cell14 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical
Cell14 Fault
Electro Cell15 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical
Cell15 Fault
Electro Cell16 Fault Battery Enable Major No
Electrochemical
Cell16 Fault
Address Conflict Address Conflict Enable Minor No
Upgrade Failed Upgrade Failed Enable Major No

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B.17 ESS Alarm Table


Table B-17 ESS Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

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All ESMU Comm. All ESMU Enable Major No
Fail Communication
Failure
Batt Discharge Battery Discharge Enable Warning No
Battery Overvoltage Battery Overvoltage Enable Major No
Battery Battery Undervoltage Enable Major No
Undervoltage
Batt Overvolt Prot Battery Overvoltage Enable Major No
Protection
Batt Undervolt Prot Battery Undervoltage Enable Major No
Protection
High Temp High Temperature Enable Major No
Protection Protection
Low Temp Low Temperature Enable Major No
Protection Protection
Chg Overcur Prot Charge Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Batt Dis Overcur Battery Discharge Enable Major No
Overcurrent
Dis Overcur Prot Discharge Enable Major No
Overcurrent
Protection
Chg Overcurrent Battery Charge Enable Major No
Overcurrent
Batt. High Temp. High Battery Enable Minor No
Temperature
Batt. Low Temp. Low Battery Enable Minor No
Temperature
BLVD BLVD Disconnected Enable Major No
Disconnected
Batt. Fuse Break Battery Fuse Break Enable Critical No
Batt. TS 1 Missing Battery Temperature Enable Warning No
Sensor 1 Missing

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LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay

Batt. TS 2 Missing Battery Temperature Enable Warning No


Sensor 2 Missing
Batt. TS 1 Fault Battery Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor 1 Fault
Batt. TS 2 Fault Battery Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor 2 Fault

B.18 DTS Alarm Table


Table B-18 DTS Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Severity Relay


Comm. Failure Communication Enable Major No
Failure
To Batt2 Fail Battery1 to Battery2 Enable Major No
Switch Failure
To Batt1 Fail Battery2 to Battery1 Enable Major No
Switch Failure
Batt2 Not Detected Battery2 Not Enable Minor No
Detected
Batt1 Contact Fault Battery1 Contactor Enable Major No
Fault
Batt2 Contact Fault Battery2 Contactor Enable Major No
Fault
DTS Over Temp DTS Enable Major No
Overtemperature
DTS Man. Mode DTS Manual Mode Enable Major No

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B.19 Li-ion Battery Alarm Table


Table B-19 Li-ion Battery Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Major No


Module Fault Module Fault Enable Minor No
Module Protection Module Protection Enable Major No
Module Minor Alarm Module Minor Alarm Enable Major No

B.20 Low Capacity Li-ion Battery Alarm Table


Table B-20 Low Capacity Li-ion Battery Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Batt. Fuse Break Battery Fuse Break Enable Critical No


BLVD Warning BLVD Warning Enable Major No
BLVD Disconnected BLVD Disconnected Enable Critical No
Batt. Discharging Battery Discharging Enable Warning No
Batt. Forcible Con. Battery Forcible Connection Enable Major No
Batt. High Temp. Battery High Temperature Enable Minor No
Batt. Low Temp. Battery Low Temperature Enable Warning No
Batt. TS 1 Missing Battery Temperature Sensor Enable Warning No
1 Missing
Batt. TS 2 Missing Battery Temperature Sensor Enable Warning No
2 Missing
Batt. TS 1 Fault Battery Temperature Sensor Enable Major No
1 Fault
Batt. TS 2 Fault Battery Temperature Sensor Enable Major No
2 Fault

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B.21 24V Module Alarm Table


Table B-21 24V Module Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Module Fault Module Fault Enable Major No


Module Protection Module Protection Enable Minor No
Mod. Comm. Failure Module Communication Enable Minor No
Failure

B.22 24V Module Group Alarm Table


Table B-22 24V Module Group Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

All Rects Comm. Fail All Rectifiers Fail to Enable Major No


Communicate
Module Missing Module Missing Enable Major No

B.23 NIM Alarm Table


Table B-23 NIM Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Major No


COM1 Low Volt COM1 Low Voltage Enable Major No
COM2 Low Volt COM2 Low Voltage Enable Major No
COM1 Short Circuit COM1 Short Circuit Enable Major No
COM2 Short Circuit COM2 Short Circuit Enable Major No

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B.24 Electronic Lock Alarm Table


Table B-24 Electronic Lock Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Failure Communication Failure Enable Major No

B.25 Heater Device Alarm Table


Table B-25 Heater Device Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Heater Fault Heater Hardware Fault Enable Major No

B.26 AC Air Conditioner Alarm Table


Table B-26 AC Air Conditioner Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

A/C Fault Air Conditioner Fault Enable Major No

B.27 EFUSE Alarm Table


Table B-27 EFUSE Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Major No


EFUSE Board Fault EFUSE Board Fault Enable Major No
Input Undervoltage Input Undervoltage Enable Minor No

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Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity
Input Overvoltage Input Overvoltage Enable Minor No
Load 0 Overcur Prot Load 0 Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Load 1 Overcur Prot Load 1 Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Load 2 Overcur Prot Load 2 Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Load 3 Overcur Prot Load 3 Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Load 4 Overcur Prot Load 4 Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Load 5 Overcur Prot Load 5 Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Load 6 Overcur Prot Load 6 Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Load 7 Overcur Prot Load 7 Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Load 8 Overcur Prot Load 8 Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Load 9 Overcur Prot Load 9 Overcurrent Enable Major No
Protection
Load 0 Branch Fault Load 0 Branch Fault Enable Minor No
Load 1 Branch Fault Load 1 Branch Fault Enable Minor No
Load 2 Branch Fault Load 2 Branch Fault Enable Minor No
Load 3 Branch Fault Load 3 Branch Fault Enable Minor No
Load 4 Branch Fault Load 4 Branch Fault Enable Minor No
Load 5 Branch Fault Load 5 Branch Fault Enable Minor No
Load 6 Branch Fault Load 6 Branch Fault Enable Minor No
Load 7 Branch Fault Load 7 Branch Fault Enable Minor No
Load 8 Branch Fault Load 8 Branch Fault Enable Minor No
Load 9 Branch Fault Load 9 Branch Fault Enable Minor No
Load 0 Disconnected Load 0 Disconnected Enable Major No
Load 1 Disconnected Load 1 Disconnected Enable Major No

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Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity
Load 2 Disconnected Load 2 Disconnected Enable Major No
Load 3 Disconnected Load 3 Disconnected Enable Major No
Load 4 Disconnected Load 4 Disconnected Enable Major No
Load 5 Disconnected Load 5 Disconnected Enable Major No
Load 6 Disconnected Load 6 Disconnected Enable Major No
Load 7 Disconnected Load 7 Disconnected Enable Major No
Load 8 Disconnected Load 8 Disconnected Enable Major No
Load 9 Disconnected Load 9 Disconnected Enable Major No
Load 0 Control Fault Load 0 Control Fault Enable Major No
Load 1 Control Fault Load 1 Control Fault Enable Major No
Load 2 Control Fault Load 2 Control Fault Enable Major No
Load 3 Control Fault Load 3 Control Fault Enable Major No
Load 4 Control Fault Load 4 Control Fault Enable Major No
Load 5 Control Fault Load 5 Control Fault Enable Major No
Load 6 Control Fault Load 6 Control Fault Enable Major No
Load 7 Control Fault Load 7 Control Fault Enable Major No
Load 8 Control Fault Load 8 Control Fault Enable Major No
Load 9 Control Fault Load 9 Control Fault Enable Major No

B.28 Battery Cell Detector Alarm Table


Table B-28 Battery Cell Detector Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Batt.1 Cell1 Imb. Battery1 Cell1 Imbalance Enable Warning No


Batt.1 Cell2 Imb. Battery1 Cell2 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell3 Imb. Battery1 Cell3 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell4 Imb. Battery1 Cell4 Imbalance Enable Warning No

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LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity
Batt.1 Cell5 Imb. Battery1 Cell5 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell6 Imb. Battery1 Cell6 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell7 Imb. Battery1 Cell7 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell8 Imb. Battery1 Cell8 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell9 Imb. Battery1 Cell9 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell10 Imb. Battery1 Cell10 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell11 Imb. Battery1 Cell11 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell12 Imb. Battery1 Cell12 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell13 Imb. Battery1 Cell13 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell14 Imb. Battery1 Cell14 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell15 Imb. Battery1 Cell15 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell16 Imb. Battery1 Cell16 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell17 Imb. Battery1 Cell17 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell18 Imb. Battery1 Cell18 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell19 Imb. Battery1 Cell19 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell20 Imb. Battery1 Cell20 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell21 Imb. Battery1 Cell21 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell22 Imb. Battery1 Cell22 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell23 Imb. Battery1 Cell23 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.1 Cell24 Imb. Battery1 Cell24 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Major No
Abnormal Volt. Check Abnormal Voltage Check Enable Warning No
Batt.2 Cell1 Imb. Battery2 Cell1 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.2 Cell2 Imb. Battery2 Cell2 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.2 Cell3 Imb. Battery2 Cell3 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.2 Cell4 Imb. Battery2 Cell4 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.2 Cell5 Imb. Battery2 Cell5 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.2 Cell6 Imb. Battery2 Cell6 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.2 Cell7 Imb. Battery2 Cell7 Imbalance Enable Warning No

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Severity
Batt.2 Cell8 Imb. Battery2 Cell8 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.3 Cell1 Imb. Battery3 Cell1 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.3 Cell2 Imb. Battery3 Cell2 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.3 Cell3 Imb. Battery3 Cell3 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.3 Cell4 Imb. Battery3 Cell4 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.4 Cell1 Imb. Battery4 Cell1 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.4 Cell2 Imb. Battery4 Cell2 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.4 Cell3 Imb. Battery4 Cell3 Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt.4 Cell4 Imb. Battery4 Cell4 Imbalance Enable Warning No

B.29 CIM Alarm Table


Table B-29 CIM Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm. Fail Communication Failure Enable Major No

B.30 AIM Alarm Table


Table B-30 AIM Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Minor No


Hardware Fault Hardware Fault Enable Major No
AC Failure AC Failure Enable Minor No
AC Phase Overvolt. AC Phase Overvoltage Enable Minor No
AC Phase Undervolt. AC Phase Undervoltage Enable Minor No
AC Phase Failure AC Phase Failure Enable Minor No

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B.31 BIM Alarm Table


Table B-31 BIM Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm. Fail Communication Failure Enable Minor No

B.32 BMS Alarm Table


Table B-32 BMS Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Short Circuit Prot Short Circuit Protection Enable Major No


Overcurrent Prot Overcurrent Protection Enable Minor No
Overvoltage Prot Overvoltage Protection Enable Minor No
Undervoltage Prot Undervoltage Protection Enable Minor No
Chg. High Temp Prot Charge High Temperature Enable Minor No
Protection
Chg. Low Temp Prot Charge Low Temperature Enable Minor No
Protection
Dis. High Temp Prot Discharge High Temperature Enable Minor No
Protection
Dis. Low Temp Prot Discharge Low Temperature Enable Minor No
Protection
Battery High Temp Battery High Temperature Enable Major No
Battery Low Temp Battery Low Temperature Enable Minor No
Low Capacity Low Capacity Enable Minor No
Cell Overvolt Cell Overvoltage Enable Minor No
Cell Undervolt Cell Undervoltage Enable Minor No
Overall Overvolt Overall Overvoltage Enable Minor No
Overall Undervolt Overall Undervoltage Enable Minor No
Charge Overcurr Charge Overcurrent Enable Minor No

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Discharge Overcurr Discharge Overcurrent Enable Minor No
Charger Reverse Prot Charger Reverse Protection Enable Minor No
Electro Cell Fault Electrochemical Cell Fault Enable Major No
BMS Fault BMS Fault Enable Major No
Comm Failure Communication Failure Enable Minor No

B.33 BMS Group Alarm Table


Table B-33 BMS Group Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Batt. Fuse Break Battery Fuse Break Enable Critical No


BLVD Warning BLVD Warning Enable Major No
BLVD Disconnected BLVD Disconnected Enable Critical No
Batt. Discharging Battery Discharging Enable Warning No
Batt. Forcibly Con. Battery Forcibly Connection Enable Major No
Batt. High Temp. Battery High Temperature Enable Minor No
Batt. Low Temp. Battery Low Temperature Enable Warning No
Batt. TS 1 Missing Battery Temperature Sensor Enable Warning No
1 Missing
Batt. TS 2 Missing Battery Temperature Sensor Enable Warning No
2 Missing
Batt. TS 1 Fault Battery Temperature Sensor Enable Major No
1 Fault
Batt. TS 2 Fault Battery Temperature Sensor Enable Major No
2 Fault
Battery Undervolt Battery Undervoltage Enable Major No

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B.34 Camera Alarm Table


Table B-34 Camera Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Major No

B.35 GPS Alarm Table


Table B-35 GPS Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Major No

B.36 Tem-Hum(Intelligent) Alarm List


Table B-36 Tem-Hum Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Minor No


High Ambient Temperature High Ambient Temperature Enable Minor No
Low Ambient Temperature Low Ambient Temperature Enable Minor No
Very High Ambient Very High Ambient Enable Minor No
Temperature Temperature
High Ambient Humidity High Ambient Humidity Enable Minor No
Low Ambient Humidity Low Ambient Humidity Enable Minor No

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B.37 Infrared Sensor Alarm Table


Table B-37 Infrared Sensor Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

D.Tech Detector Alm Dual-Tech Detector Alarm Enable Major No

B.38 PSC Alarm Table


Table B-38 PSC Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Critical No


Rectifier n Fault Rectifier n Fault Enable Critical No
Rect. n Protection Rectifier n Protection Enable Minor No
Rect. n Comm. Fail. Rectifier n Communication Enable Major No
Failure
LLVD Disconnected LLVD Disconnected Enable Critical No
BLVD Disconnected BLVD Disconnected Enable Critical No
Batt. 1 Chg. Overcur. Battery 1 Charge Enable Minor No
Overcurrent
Batt. 2 Chg. Overcur. Battery 2 Charge Enable Minor No
Overcurrent
Batt. 1 Overvoltage Batt1 Overvoltage Enable Major No
Batt. 2 Overvoltage Batt2 Overvoltage Enable Major No
Batt. 1 Undervoltage Batt1 Undervoltage Enable Major No
Batt. 2 Undervoltage Batt2 Undervoltage Enable Major No
Battery n Fuse Break Battery n Fuse Break Enable Critical No
Battery 1 High Temp. Battery 1 High Temperature Enable Major No
DC Overvolt. DC Overvoltage Enable Minor No
DC Undervolt. DC Undervoltage Enable Critical No
AC1 Failure AC1 Failure Enable Critical No

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Severity
AC2 Failure AC2 Failure Enable Critical No
Load Fuse Break Load Fuse Break Enable Critical No
Batt Current Not Balanced Batt Current Not Balanced Enable Critical No
Batt Discharge Battery Discharge Enable Critical No
Mains Switch Fail. Mains Switch Failure Enable Major No
Lightning Protection Fault Lightning Protection Fault Enable Major No
Batt. Group1 Unbalanced Battery Group1 Unbalanced Enable Major No
Batt. Group2 Unbalanced Battery Group2 Unbalanced Enable Major No
Batt. Group3 Unbalanced Battery Group3 Unbalanced Enable Major No
Batt. Group4 Unbalanced Battery Group4 Unbalanced Enable Major No
Dc Fuse n Disconnect Dc Fuse n Disconnect Enable Major No
AC1 Frequency High AC1 Frequency High Enable Major No
AC2 Frequency High AC2 Frequency High Enable Major No
AC1 Frequency Low AC1 Frequency Low Enable Major No
AC2 Frequency Low AC2 Frequency Low Enable Major No
SCU Fault SCU Fault Enable Major No
AC1 Overvolt AC1 Overvoltage Enable Major No
AC1 Undervolt. AC1 Undervoltage Enable Major No
AC1 Ph. Failure AC1 Phase Failure Enable Major No
AC2 Overvolt AC2 Overvoltage Enable Major No
AC2 Undervolt. AC2 Undervoltage Enable Major No
AC2 Ph. Failure AC2 Phase Failure Enable Major No
Batt. 1 Chg. Overcur. Battery 1 Charge Enable Major No
Overcurrent
Batt. 2 Chg. Overcur. Battery 2 Charge Enable Major No
Overcurrent
Battery 1 High Temp. Battery 1 High Temperature Enable Major No
Battery 2 High Temp. Battery 2 High Temperature Enable Major No
Batt. Cur. Imb. Battery Current Imbalance Enable Warning No
Batt. Discharging Battery Discharging Enable Major No

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Severity
Load Fuse1 Broken Load Fuse1 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse2 Broken Load Fuse2 Broken Enable Major No
DC Undervolt. DC Undervoltage Enable Minor No
DC Overvolt. DC Overvoltage Enable Major No
SMU Fault SMU Fault Enable Major No
AC1 Overvolt. AC1 Overvoltage Enable Minor No
AC1 Undervolt. AC1 Undervoltage Enable Minor No
AC1 Failure AC1 Failure Enable Major No
AC1 Ph. Failure AC1 Phase Failure Enable Major No
SPD Fault SPD Fault Enable Major No
LLVD1 Disconnected LLVD1 Disconnected Enable Minor No
LLVD2 Disconnected LLVD2 Disconnected Enable Minor No

B.39 AirCon Remote Controller Alarm Table


Table B-39 AirCon Remote Controller Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity
Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Minor No
Unlearning Code Unlearning Code Enable Major No

B.40 Media AirCon Alarm Table


Table B-40 Media AirCon Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Failure Comm Failure Enable Major No


Compre Volt Over Compre Volt Over Enable Minor No

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Severity
Compre Curr Over Compre Curr Over Enable Minor No
Compre Failure Compre Failure Enable Major No
Monitor Failure Monitor Failure Enable Minor No
NFM Comm Failure NFM Comm Failure Enable Minor No
Compre Volt Under Compre Volt Under Enable Warning No

B.41 Door Sensor Alarm Table


Table B-41 Door Sensor Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Door Open Alarm Door Open Alarm Enable Major No

B.42 Humiture Sensor Alarm Table


Table B-42 Humiture Sensor Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

High Amb. Temp. High Ambient Temperature Disable Major No


Low Amb. Temp. Low Ambient Temperature Enable Minor No
High Amb. Humi. High Ambient Humidity Enable Warning No
Low Amb. Humi. Low Ambient Humidity Enable Warning No
Very High Amb. Temp. Very High Ambient Enable Warning No
Temperature
Amb. TS Missing Ambient Temperature Enable Warning No
Sensor Missing
Amb. TS Fault Ambient Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor Fault

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Severity
Amb. HS Missing Ambient Humidity Sensor Enable Warning No
Missing
Amb. HS Fault Ambient Humidity Sensor Enable Minor No
Fault

B.43 Water Sensor Alarm Table


Table B-43 Water Sensor Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Water Alarm Water Alarm Enable Critical No

B.44 Wire e-Meter Alarm Table


Table B-44 Wire e-Meter Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Major No


AC Failure AC Failure Enable Minor No

B.45 Smoke Sensor Alarm Table


Table B-45 Smoke Sensor Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Smoke Alarm Smoke Alarm Enable Critical No

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B.46 DCDU Alarm Table


Table B-46 DCDU Alarm Settings

Alarm Alarm Properties

LCD WebUI Alarm Enabled Alarm Relay


Severity

Load Fuse1 Broken Load Fuse1 Broken Enable Major No


Load Fuse2 Broken Load Fuse2 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse3 Broken Load Fuse3 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse4 Broken Load Fuse4 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse5 Broken Load Fuse5 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse6 Broken Load Fuse6 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse7 Broken Load Fuse7 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse8 Broken Load Fuse8 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse9 Broken Load Fuse9 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse10 Broken Load Fuse10 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse11 Broken Load Fuse11 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse12 Broken Load Fuse12 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse13 Broken Load Fuse13 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse14 Broken Load Fuse14 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse15 Broken Load Fuse15 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse16 Broken Load Fuse16 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse17 Broken Load Fuse17 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse18 Broken Load Fuse18 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse19 Broken Load Fuse19 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse20 Broken Load Fuse20 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse21 Broken Load Fuse21 Broken Enable Major No
Load Fuse22 Broken Load Fuse22 Broken Enable Major No
High Amb. Temp. High Ambient Temperature Enable Minor No
Low Amb. Temp. Low Ambient Temperature Enable Warning No
High Amb. Humi. High Ambient Humidity Enable Warning No
Low Amb. Humi. Low Ambient Humidity Enable Warning No

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Severity
Amb. TS Missing Ambient Temperature Enable Warning No
Sensor Missing
Amb. TS Fault Ambient Temperature Enable Major No
Sensor Fault
Amb. HS Missing Ambient Humidity Sensor Enable Warning No
Missing
Amb. HS Fault Ambient Humidity Sensor Enable Minor No
Fault
Indoor TS Missing Indoor Return Vent Enable Major No
Temperature Sensor Missing
Outdoor TS Missing Outdoor Temperature Sensor Enable Warning No
Missing
Indoor TS Fault Indoor Return Vent Enable Major No
Temperature Sensor Fault
Outdoor TS Fault Outdoor Temperature Sensor Enable Warning No
Fault
Indoor Vent HT Indoor Vent High Enable Critical No
Temperature
A/C Inter Fan Fault A/C Internal Fan Fault Enable Major No
A/C Exterl Fan Fault A/C External Fan Fault Enable Major No
A/C Compressor Fault A/C Compressor Fault Enable Major No
A/C Ret Air TS Fault A/C Cabinet Return Air Enable Minor No
Temperature Sensor Fault
A/C Evaporat Frozen A/C Evaporator Frozen Enable Major No
A/C Freq High Press. A/C Frequent High Pressure Enable Major No
A/C Comm Fail A/C Communication Failure Enable Major No
Fan 1 Fault Fan 1 Fault Enable Major No
Fan 2 Fault Fan 2 Fault Enable Major No
Fan 3 Fault Fan 3 Fault Enable Major No
Fan 4 Fault Fan 4 Fault Enable Major No
Door Open Alarm Door Open Alarm Enable Major No
Water Alarm Water Alarm Enable Critical No
Smoke Alarm Smoke Alarm Enable Critical No

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Severity
Heater Fault Heater Hardware Fault Enable Major No
Comm Fail Communication Failure Enable Major No
LLVD Disconnected LLVD Disconnected Enable Major No
BLVD Disconnected BLVD Disconnected Enable Major No
DIN1 Alarm DIN1 Alarm Enable Minor No
DIN2 Alarm DIN2 Alarm Enable Minor No
DIN3 Alarm DIN3 Alarm Enable Minor No
DIN4 Alarm DIN4 Alarm Enable Minor No
DIN5 Alarm DIN5 Alarm Enable Minor No
DIN6 Alarm DIN6 Alarm Enable Minor No
A/C High Temp. Air Conditioner High Enable Major No
Temperature

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C FAQ

C.1 How Do I Prepare the WebUI Operating


Environment?
Before logging in to the WebUI, you need to prepare the WebUI operating environment to
connect to the monitoring unit.

Operating Environment
Operating system: Windows XP or later
Browser: Internet Explorer 8.0 or later, FireFox 13 or later, and Chrome 20

Internet Explorer is used as an example to illustrate all WebUI operations mentioned in this document.

Setting a LAN

If the monitoring unit is connected to a LAN and a proxy server has been selected, cancel the
proxy server settings.
If the monitoring unit is connected to the Internet but your computer is connected to a LAN,
do not cancel the proxy server settings. Otherwise, you cannot access the SMU.

To cancel proxy server settings, perform the following steps:


1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Choose Tools > Internet Options.
3. Choose Connections tab, click LAN Settings.
4. Clear Use a proxy server for your LAN.

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Figure C-1 Canceling proxy server settings

5. Click OK.

Setting Internet Explorer Security

Set Internet Explorer security before you perform the following operations:

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 Export historical logs, historical data, statistics, and battery test records.
 Upload system configuration files.
 Download system configuration files.
 Upgrade software.

To set Internet Explorer security, perform the following steps:


1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Choose Tools > Internet Options.
3. Choose Security Tab.
4. Click Internet and click Custom level, as shown in Figure C-2. After you specify
Internet security settings, click Local intranet and click Custom level.

Figure C-2 Internet Explorer security

5. Specify the security settings.


Enable the following:
− Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting
− Allow previously unused ActiveX controls to run without prompt
− Include local directory path when uploading files to a server
− Automatic prompting for file downloads

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Figure C-3 Internet Explorer security setting 1

Figure C-4 Internet Explorer security setting 2

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Figure C-5 Internet Explorer security setting 3

Figure C-6 Internet Explorer security setting 4

6. Click OK.
7. Click the Advanced tab, and select Use SSL 3.0, Use TLS 1.0, Use TLS 1.1, and Use
TLS 1.2.

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Figure C-7 Internet Explorer security setting 5

8. Click OK.

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D Technical Specifications

Table D-1 Technical Specifications

Category Item Specifications


Environmental conditions Operating temperature –40°C to +70°C
Transportation temperature –40°C to +70°C
Storage temperature –40°C to +70°C
Operating humidity 5%–95% RH (non-condensing)
Storage humidity 5%–95% RH (non-condensing)
Altitude 0–4000 m
When the altitude ranges from 3000 m to 4000
m, the operating temperature decreases by 1ºC
for each additional 200 m.
Power supply Input voltage range 36–72 V DC
Maximum current 0.5 A
Structure Dimensions (H x W x D) 40.8 mm x 99 mm x 194.3 mm
Weight ≤ 1.5 kg
Mean time between failures (MTBF) ≥ 250,000 hours

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E Acronyms and Abbreviations

A -
AC Alternating current
B -
BLVD Battery low voltage disconnected
C -
CAN Control area network
D -
DC Direct current
DCB Deep cycle battery
DIN Dry contact input
DOD Depth of discharge
DTS DC transfer switch
E -
ESD Electrostatic discharge
ESU Energy storage unit
F -
FCB Fast charge battery
FE Fast Ethernet
H -
HTTPS Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
I -
IP Internet Protocol
L -
LCD Liquid crystal display

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LLVD Load low voltage disconnected


N -
NMS Network management system
P -
PLC Programmable Logic Controller
S -
SCB Solar cycle battery
SMU Site monitoring unit
SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol
SOH State of health
SPM Site Power Management
U -
UI User interface
UIM User interface module
USB Universal Serial Bus

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