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PowerCube 1000 (with DCB) V300R001

Quick Installation Guide

Issue: 03 Date: 2013-03-18


HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

Precautions
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Alerts you to a potentially hazardous situation that could, if not avoided, result in equipment damage, data loss, performance deterioration, or unanticipated results.

Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

Human Safety To prevent electric shock, get tools insulated and wear electrostatic discharge (ESD) gloves when connecting cables. To prevent dust inhalation or contact with the eyes, take adequate preventive measures when drilling holes.

Installation Tools

Flat-head screwdriver (M3 and M4)

Phillips screwdriver (M3 and M4)

Adjustable wrench

Claw hammer

Diagonal pliers

COAX crimping tool

Wire stripper

Hydraulic pliers

Fuse extracting unit PVC insulation tape

Clamp meter

Electrician's knife

Hammer drill

Heat gun Crane (with a capacity of greater than 2 t)

Socket wrench

Marker

Heat shrink tubing

Antitheft wrench

Cable tie

Hoist cable (7 m or 22.97 ft) Removable gantry (consisting of two triangle supports, one guide beam, and one lever block)

ESD gloves

Protective gloves

Insulation gloves

Torque wrench

Power Cube Architecture and Network Diagram


1. ECC and ESC-1D is Mandatory Device. 2. EPS-10G only used in the scenario with new diesel generators provide main power supply. The reused D.G. used in the scenario with new diesel generators provide backup power, and it is also called backup D.G.. The reused D.G. used in the scenario without new D.G. provide main power supply. 3. Indoor DC air conditioner only used in indoor scenario. 4. The backup D.G., Mains supply, ESPS48200B, DC ammeter, is optional.

Outdoors
Mandatory Device

Device

Device only used in the Scenario with a New D.G.

Device only used in the Scenario with a Reused D.G. The reused D.G.

Optional Device

Scenario
New D.G.

ECC

ESC-1D(DCB)

EPS-10G

The backup D.G.

Mains suppiy

ESPS48200B

DC ammeter

New D.G. + Mains New D.G. + External D.G. New D.G. + Solar New D.G. + Solar+ Mains New D.G. + Solar+ Back up D.G. Reused D.G.

Reused D.G. + Mains

Power Cube
Power Cube EPS-10G ECC ESC-1D

Power Cube Architecture and Network Diagram


AC power cable (a) DC power cable (d) Signal cable (s) Optional

Power Cube architecture

s1 s3
Door status sensor

DC air conditioner/natural ventilation

HPMU d1 s2 Power system

d2 ECC ESC-1D

(d1) DC power cable to the DC air conditioner or natural ventilation in the ESC (d2) DC power cable between the DCB and the power system (s1) Signal cable to the DC air conditioner or natural ventilation in the ESC for alarm generation (s2) Signal cable to the battery temperature sensor in the ESC (s3) Signal cable to the door status sensor in the ESC

Battery temperature sensor

DCB

Network diagram
With a New D.G.(Outdoors) Back up D.G. a1 s2 a2 d3 d2 d1 D.G. ECC ESC -1D DC-powered load GPRS/IP Network NetEco s1

Mains supply

Fuel tank

Power Cube

PV modules Junction box (a1) AC input power cable to the external D.G (a2) AC input power cable for mains supply (d1) DC power cable to the DC-powered load (d2) DC power cable between PV modules and the junction box (d3) DC power cable between the ESPS48200B and the junction box (d4) DC power cable to indoor DC air conditioner 1 (d5) DC power cable to indoor DC air conditioner 2 (s1) Signal cable between the OMU and the transport network . (Optional, Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) antenna is required when the OMU is connected to the transport network by GPRS.) (s2) Signal cable for controlling the external D.G. (s3) Signal cable to indoor DC air conditioner 1 for alarm generation (s4) Signal cable to indoor DC air conditioner 2 for alarm generation

Installation Procedure
1.New D.G.+DCB (Outdoors) 1) Installing Devices
a. Securing the Power Cube

b. Switching Off All Power Circuit Breakers of the Power Cube c Adding Diesel Fuel, Engine Oil, and Water to the EPS d. Installing DCBs

2) Installing Cables
a. Connecting a Ground Cable to the ECC

b. Connecting Cables Between the ECC and Both the DC Air Conditioner and Door Status Sensor

c. Connecting Cables Between the ESC and the ECC

d. Connecting a Ground Cable to the ESC e. Connecting a Power Cable to the D.G. Storage Battery

f. Connecting DC Power Cables to DC-powered Loads

g. Connecting Communications Cables to the HPMU

h. (Optional, only used without NetEco) Connecting Signal Cables to the HPMU

i. Checking Cable Connections

3) Powering On and Commissioning the Power Cube


a. Powering On Batteries

b. Set parameters on the HPMU

c. Powering On the D.G.

d. Powering On Loads

This document takes New D.G. + DCB as the basic scenario, please installing other scenarios according to the basic scenario.

New D.G.+DCB (Outdoors)


1. Installing Devices

Securing the Power Cube


Route hoist cables through the four lifting holes at the bottom of the Power Cube and secure them at the base of the energy plant system (EPS). Then hoist the EPS and the ECC to the installation place using a crane.

1.To avoid friction between the hoist cables and the cabinet when hoisting the Power Cube, place foamed plastics where the hoist cables contact the cabinet. 2.For disassemble the Power Cube into the ECC, D.G., and base fuel tank, and then install them, please see the Removing and Installing the Power Cube Quick Installation Guide.

If paint flakes off during transportation, repaint the areas devoid of paint. The cabinet bottom is the particular place to the focused on, because the bottom fuel tank may leak if it rusts.

Install expansion bolts in the mounting holes to secure the cabinet.

Marker

: 16 mm (0.63 in.) M12x60 (4 pcs)

5560 mm (2.172.36 in.)

If the concrete base is to small , please install the expansion bolt inside the Power Cube. Unit: mm

Determine the place for installing the ESC using a marking-off template and install expansion bolts. Socket wrench

Bolt Spring washer Flat washer Expansion tube M12x60 (4 pcs)

16 5560 mm (2.172.36 in.)

Fasten hoist cables to the lifting eyes on the ESC top and hoist the ESC to the installation place. Securing the ESC using expansion bolts.

Notes: Please must do it and fasten battery cabin.

Antitheft bolt

Switching Off All Power Circuit Breakers of the Power Cube


Switch off the AC, BAT1, BAT2, BLVD, and LLVD circuit breakers in the power distribution unit (PDU) of the power system in the ECC and turn off the BC power switch. Switch the DG INPUT, MAINS INPUT, and AC output circuit breakers as well as the auto mains failure (AMF) power switch of the Integrated Automatic Transfer Switch (IATS) to the OFF position. Press the EMERGENCY STOP button.

Power system

OFF OFF BC OFF OFF OFF

Adding Diesel Fuel, Engine Oil, and Water to the EPS


Yanmar and Kubota can be in EPS-10G, the operation must according to actual conditions. Add 800 to 1000 liters of diesel fuel at the diesel fuel filler port. Yanmar

Diesel fuel filler port

Notes: Please do not reuse a water pipe or oil pipe to instead diesel oil pipe.

Add 6 liters of engine oil at the oil pan filler port and 37 liters of engine oil at the auxiliary engine oil filler port.

Yanmar Please use manual pump to add engine oil at the oil pan filler port.

Oil pan filler port

Auxiliary engine oil filler port

Notes: Please do not reuse a water pipe or diesel oil pipe to instead oil pipe.

Add about 14 liters of water at the water filler port. Water filler port

Notes: Please do not reuse a oil pipe or diesel oil pipe to instead water pipe.

Installing DCBs

DC air conditioner and natural Ventilation can be used in the door of ESC-1D, the operation must according to actual conditions.

Switch the circuit breaker in the ESC to the OFF position. The battery baffle should be rotate 90 degree for the ESC-1D with DC air conditioner. ESC-1D (DC air Conditioner)

Battery baffle

90

Install DCBs and connect cables between them. Connect DCBs and the ESC busbar.

1. DCBs must be placed in strict accordance with the following figure. Otherwise, you will not be able to connect cables to the DCBs or the DCBs will short circuit. 2. When connecting cables to DCBs, wear protective gloves and use insulated tools (such as a wrench with its handle wrapped with PVC insulation tape). 3. Partially tighten bolts first. After all cables are connected to DCBs, tighten the bolts on DCBs. The reference torque for tightening bolts is 2025 N.m (177.02221.27 lbf.in.). 4. Before connecting a cable to a DCB, remove the protective lid from the DCB and then reinstall it after connecting the cable.

+ + + +

+ + + -

+ + + +

+ + + -

+ + + +

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
RTN+ 48V
(connect negative terminal of battery)

+ +

+ + + +

+ +

+ + + +

+ +

+ -

48V
(connect to the electrical control cabinet)

+ + -

+ +

+ +

+ +

+ + -

+
-

+
-

+
-

2. Connecting Cables
Prepare terminals as required before connecting cables. COAX crimping tool Hydraulic pliers Heat gun Cabling of the PowerCube.

Cord end terminal

Heat shrink tubing

OT terminal

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Connecting a Ground Cable to the ECC

The cross-sectional area of the ground cable is 25 mm2 (0.98 in.2).

ECC ground bar

Notes: Please make the connected cable and the label at the two ports of cable , that named site ground.

Site ground bar

Connecting Cables Between the ECC and Both the DC Air Conditioner and Door Status Sensor

No. 1

Cable Positive power cable to the DC air conditioner 48 V DC power cable to the DC air conditioner Signal cable to the DC air conditioner for alarm generation Signal cable to the door status sensor

One End RTN port on the ESC transfer busbar 48V port on the ESC transfer busbar

Appearance

The Other End RTN+ busbar of the PDU in the power system of the ECC DC output LLVD F14 (20A) circuit breaker of power system in the ECC DI6 port on the analog digital input/output (ADIO) of the HPMU in the ECC DI5 port on the ADIO of the HPMU in the ECC

ALM port on the ESC transfer busbar GATE port on the ESC transfer busbar

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DI5

DI6

- + 4

1 F14(20A) 2 + -+ + 1 4 3 2 +
GATE ALM RTN -48V

Please install the cable of the ESC-1D (natural ventilation) according to ESC-1D (DC air conditioner), the installation method is the same.

Notes: Please make the connected cables and the label at the two ports of every cable , that named: 1. RTN-air con. 2. -48V-air con. 3. ALM+ ALM-AS the figure DI5. 4. GATE+. GATE- AS the figure DI6.

Connecting Cables Between the ESC and the ECC


Cable
Positive output DC power cable to storage batteries Negative output DC power cable to storage batteries Signal cable to the battery temperature sensor

No.
1

One End
Positive busbar of the ESC Negative busbar of the ESC Battery temperature sensor

Appearance

The Other End


BAT1+ port on the battery transfer busbar in the ECC BAT1 port on the battery transfer busbar in the ECC TEM_BAT port of the CPMU01 in the ECC

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Protective covers must be removed from the positive busbar of the ESC, negative busbar of the ESC, and battery transfer busbar in the ECC before cable connection and must be reinstalled after cable connection.

TEM_BAT 3 3 1 BAT1+ -48V 2 BAT12

Notes: Please make the connected cables and the label at the two ports of every cable , that named: 1. RTN-BAT1+. 2. -48V-BAT1-.

RTN

Connecting a Ground Cable to the ESC

ECC ground bar

Notes: Please make the connected cables and the label at the two ports of every cable , that named: ESC ground.

ESC ground bar

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No. 1

Connecting a Power Cable to the D.G. Storage Battery


Cable Power cable to the D.G. storage battery One End Negative terminal of the D.G. storage battery Appearance The Other End Generator (connected)

Step1 Remove the protective lid from the negative terminal of the D.G. storage battery.

Step2 Push back the protective lid of the negative cable to expose the wiring terminal.

Step3 Connect the negative cable to the negative terminal of the D.G. storage battery. Reinstall the protective lid to the wiring terminal.

When Connect the negative cable to the negative terminal of the D.G. storage battery, the reference torque for tightening bolts is 5 N m.

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No. 1

Connecting DC Power Cables to DC-powered Loads


Cable One End Appearance The Other End

Positive DC power cable to the DC-powered load Negative DC power cable to the DC-powered load

RTN+ busbar of the Power system DC output circuit breaker of the Power system
1 2

DC input positive terminal of the DC-powered load DC input negative terminal of the DC-powered load

+ BLVD LLVD

Notes: Please make the connected cable and the label at the two ports of cable , that named : 1.XX+ XX-; about the loads.

The pictures are for reference only. The operation must be in accordance with the actual conditions.

DC-powered load

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Connecting Communications Cables to the HPMU


(Optional: only installing when OMU is used) Out-of-Band Communication Scenario 1: Communication over the GPRS 1 Install the subscriber identity model (SIM) card.

Step 1 Remove the model card. model card

Step 2 Install the SIM card. SIM

2 Install the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) antenna.


Cable One End Appearance

GSM antenna (Optional)

RF port of the OMU

RF

GSM antenna If the GSM antenna base has a plastic shell, remove the plastic shell to ensure a good magnetic attachment.

Scenario 2: Communication over the Ethernet Cable


(Optional) Communications cable between the OMU and the Ethernet

The GSM antenna is installed in the upper part of the side panel of the ESC cabinet.

One End ETH port of the OMU

Appearance

The Other End IP network

ETH

IP Network
Transmission equipment that supports TCP/IP

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In-Band Communication (over the HPMU)

Please check that OMU-B is not installed over the In-Band Communication, if OMU-B is installing, please remove it.

Scenario 1: UMTS13.0 and GBSS12.0 (excluding the BTS3900E) 1 Prepare a cable as shown in the following figure. View A

Pin Number of the RJ45 Connector to the MON Port of the UMTS13.0 or GBSS12.0

Pin Identification of the Connector to the COM_OUT Port of the HPMU T+ TR+ RThe Other End COM_OUT port of the HPMU

8 T+ TR+ R-

1 2 4 5 Appearance

2 Connect the communications cable. Cable (Optional) Communications cable between the UTMS13.0 and the HPMU One End MON1 port of the base band unit (BBU)

HPMU

COM_OUT COM_OUT T+ T- R+ R-

BBU
MON1

Scenario 2: GBSS12.0 (pole-mounted BTS3900E) 1 Prepare a cable as shown in the following figure.

Pin Number of the DB15 Connector to the MON Port of the BTS3900E in the GBSS12.0 11 12 13

Pin Identificat ion of the Connecto r to the COM_OU T Port of the HPMU RR+ TT+

2 Connect the communications cable. HPMU

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COM_OUT

T+ T- R+ R-

MON port of the BTS3900E in the GBSS12.0

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(Optional, only used without NetEco) Connecting SignalCables to the HPMU

The following table describes the signal cables connection to the HPMU.

Port

Default

Settings (only used after software Version 827 of the HPMU)

DO1

D.G. run. When DO_1 is closed, an alarm is generated. (connect to communication equipment )

DO2

Reset D.G. 1. (connect to the EPS-10G or the reuse D.G. )

D.G. fault. When DO_2 is closed, an alarm is generated. DO_2 can be set to report alarm for D.G. fault. (connect to communication equipment )

DO3

Reset D.G. 2. (only used in two diesel generators

DO_3 can be set to report alarm to no mains.(connect to communication equipment ) -

scenario, connect to the backup D.G.)


DO4 Starts or stops D.G. 2 (DG2_On/Off). (only used in two diesel generators scenario, connect to the backup D.G.)

1. After software Version 827 of the HPMU, DO2 and DO3 can be used as dry contact, by setting the default parameters of ADIO Backup DO2 and ADIO Backup DO3 to Alarm close. 0# Enter MAIN MENU MAIN MENU Settings 2009-06-16 Enter Enter Enter password Status Scene Set end with #: Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Status Maintenance System Set ># Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Maintenance Settings Alarm Set Supplier: SDG Settings Enter Alarm Set Enter Critical Point Dry Node Setting Clr Hist Alarm Back up DI 1 Normal open Back up DI 2 Normal open ADIO Backup DO2 Enter DG Reset ADIO Backup DO3 DG Reset ADIO Backup DO2 Enter ADIO Backup DO2 Alarm close Alarm close ADIO Backup DO3 ADIO Backup DO3 DG Reset DG Reset Enter

ADIO Backup DO2 Alarm close ADIO Backup DO3 Alarm close 2. The user password is 0#, the engineer password is 1#, both the user password and the engineer password can be reset on the menu. 3. Information on the liquid crystal display (LCD) described on page 17 is for reference only.

i
No.
1 2 3

Checking Cable Connections


Check Item
Ensure that the cabinets are securely installed and cables are securely installed. Use a clamp meter to verify that the cables are connected properly. No short circuit occurs between the 48 V power cable and any of the ground bar, positive bus bar, three-phase live wire, neutral wire, and ground cable. No short circuit occurs between the three-phase live wire, the neutral wire, and the ground cable.

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3. Powering On and Commissioning the Power Cube

Powering On Batteries
Check the AMF power switch is set to the OFF position. Switch the battery circuit breakers of the ESC and the BAT1 ,BAT2, F2 circuit breaker of the Power system to the ON position.

OFF

Power system ON ON BAT1- BAT2- F2

Set parameters on the HPMU


1. The user password is 0#, the engineer password is 1#, both the user password and the engineer password can be reset on the menu. 2. The following table describes the buttons on the HPMU panel. Button or Cancel Enter Function Allows you to view menu items and set the value of a menu item. Returns to the previous menu without saving the settings of the current menu item. Enters the main menu from the standby screen, enters a submenu from the main menu, or saves the settings of a submenu item. 3. Information on the liquid crystal display (LCD) described on pages 18 23 is for reference only. Check that the Product Set is PowerCube 1000 (only used after software Version 827 of the HPMU).Set basic parameters on the HPMU (System Type, Zone, Date, Time, Batt1 Cap, Batt2 Cap, Install Date).

Parameter Setting on the HPMU


Parameter Value Parameter
System Set Set based on actual requirements Set based on actual requirements Set based on actual requirements

Value

Parameter Battery Set


Batt 1 Cap Install Date

Value

Scene Set (only used after software Version 827 of the HPMU)

Zone

Set based on actual requirements Set based on actual requirements Set based on actual requirements Set based on actual requirements

Product Set
Application Set System Type Battery Type

PowerCube 1000
Date Solar&DG&Batt Time DCB

Cable L

Cabel S

Step 1: Set application parameters. a. Initial power-on Please Select System Type: Solar & DG or Please Select System Type: Solar&DG&Batt

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b. Non-initial power-on 2009-06-16 Enter Status Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Maintenance Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Settings Supplier: SDG MAIN MENU MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings Enter Enter password end with #: >#

0# Enter

Settings Scene Set System Set Alarm Set

Settings Battery Set DG Set Application Set

Settings Battery Set DG Set Application Set

Enter

System Type Solar&DG&Batt Battery Type DCB

System Type Solar&DG&Batt Battery Type DCB

Step2: Check that the Product Set is PowerCube 1000 (only used after software Version 827 of the HPMU). MAIN MENU 2009-06-16 Enter Status Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Maintenance Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Settings Supplier: SDG MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings Enter Enter password end with #: ># 1# Enter Settings Scene Set System Set Alarm Set

Product Set Enter Product Set Para Will Init Please Select: ENTER: Continue PowerCube 1000 CANCEL: Quit Step 3: Set system parameters. 2009-06-16 Enter Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Supplier: SDG MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings Enter Enter password end with #: >#

0# Enter

Settings Scene Set System Set Alarm Set

Enter Local Address: 1 Lang: English Disp Contrast: 5 Modify User PWD Step 4: Set battery parameters. 2009-06-16 Enter Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Supplier: SDG

Date: 2009-07-06 Time: 13:27 Zone: GMT+8:00

Date: 2009-07-06 Time: 13:27 Zone: GMT+8:00

Date: 2009-07-06 Time: 13:27 Zone: GMT+8:00

MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings

MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings

Enter

Enter password end with #: >#

0# Enter Settings Scene Set System Set Alarm Set

Settings Battery Set DG Set Application Set

Enter Timing BC: Enable BC Duration: 30 days

Max Discharge: Disable Max Disch Time: 24 h

Batt 1 Cap: 600Ah Batt 2 Cap:

Install Date: 2009-01-01 BMU Number: 0 Piece

Limit-Curr Coef 0.3 C Cable L: 5m Cabel S: 35mm^2

Limit-Curr Coef 0.3 C Cable L: 5m Cabel S: 35mm^2

Set communication parameters on the HPMU.

For GPRS networking, the SIM card needs to support voice services (over circuit switching) and data servcies (over packet switching).

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A. (Optional: only setting when OMU is used) Set communication parameters on the HPMU. Scenario 1: GPRS+SMS or SMS networking

Parameter Setting on the HPMU (GPRS+SMS)


Item System Set Server IP Address Obtained from the EMS Value Item NetEco Num User1 to User5 Phone Num SMS Test Num Server IP Backup Net Para Set Comm Method GPRS+SMS (if the SMS modem is configured) Obtained from the EMS APN Name Obtained from the survey table APN Number User Name Obtained from the survey table User name for accessing the GPRS (specified if the APN is used or left blank if the APN is not used) SMC Num Obtained from the survey table User Password Password for accessing the GPRS (specified if the APN is used or left blank if the APN is not used) Value Number of the SIM card in the short message service (SMS) modem on the NetEco side Set based on actual requirements Set based on actual requirements

Parameter Setting on the HPMU (SMS)


Item Comm Method Value SMS (if the SMS modem is configured) Item NetEco Num User1 to User5 Phone Num SMS Test Num Value Number of the SIM card in the short message service (SMS) modem on the NetEco side Set based on actual requirements Set based on actual requirements

SMC Num

Obtained from the survey table

Step 1: Set system parameters.


2009-06-16 Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Supplier: SDG

Enter

MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings

MAIN MENU Enter Status Maintenance Settings

Enter password end with #: >#

0# Enter

Settings Scene Set System Set Alarm Set

Enter Local Address: 1 Lang: English Disp Contrast: 5 Modify User PWD

Date: 2009-07-06 Time: 13:27 Zone: GMT+8:00

Server IP Addr: 0.0.0.0 Server IP Backup: 0.0.0.0

Server IP Addr: 0.0.0.0 Server IP Backup: 0.0.0.0 0# Enter Settings Scene Set System Set Alarm Set

Step 2: Set network parameters.


2009-06-16 Enter Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Supplier: SDG MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings Enter Enter password end with #: >#

Settings Battery Set DG Set Application Set

Settings Enter Engineer Set Net Para Set Disconection Set

Comm Method GPRS+SMS Dial Up/Down Dial up

SMC Num >

Neteco Num >

User1 Phone Num >

User2 Phone Num >

User3 Phone Num >

User4 Phone Num >

User5 Phone Num >

SMS Test Num >

APN Name >

APN Number >

User Name >

User Password >

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Step3:The dialup service is successful if both the GPRS and SMS are used in networking, the value of GPRS IP Addr is not 0.0.0.0, If the RUN indicator on the OMU01 panel is blinking slowly (on for 1s and then off for 1s), the HPMU is successfully connected to the NetEco and the NetEco has obtained the correct site information.
2009-6-16 Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Supplier: SDG

OMU IP Addr: 0.0.0.0 GPRS IP Addr: 0.0.0.0

If only the SMS is used in networking, check the validity of the SMS test number on the LCD and then test the SMS function. If the number receives 210231***************, the settings related to the SMS are correctly set on the HPMU. 0# MAIN MENU MAIN MENU 2009-06-16 Enter Enter Enter password Enter Maintenance Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Reset HPMU Status Status end with #: Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Sms Test Maintenance Maintenance ># Supplier: SDG DG Test Settings Settings Maintenance Reset HPMU Sms Test DG Test

Enter Caution: Start Sms Test? ENTER: Continue CANCEL: Quit

Before performing the SMS test, ensure that the SMS test number is valid.

Scenario 2: Communication over the Ethernet

Parameter Setting on the HPMU


Item Net Para Set Comm Method ETH Value Item System Set Server IP Address Server IP Backup OMU IP OMU Mask IP Gateway IP Step 1: Set network parameters.
2009-06-16 Enter Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Supplier: SDG MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings Enter Enter password end with #: >#

Value

Obtained from the EMS Obtained from the EMS Set according to the network plan Set according to the network plan Set according to the network plan 0# Enter Settings Scene Set System Set Alarm Set

Settings Battery Set DG Set Application Set Step 2: Set system parameters.
2009-06-16 Ente Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V r Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Supplier: SDG

Settings Enter Engineer Set Net Para Set Disconection Set

Comm Method GPRS+SMS Dial Up/Down Dial up

Enter

Comm Method GPRS+SMS Dial Up/Down Dial up

Comm Method ETH Dial Up/Down Dial up

MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings

MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings

Enter

Enter password end with #: >#

0# Enter

Settings Scene Set System Set Alarm Set

Ente r

Local Address: 1 Lang: English Disp Contrast: 5 Modify User PWD

Date: 2009-07-06 Time: 13:27 Zone: GMT+8:00

Server IP Addr: 0.0.0.0 Server IP Backup: 0.0.0.0

Server IP Addr: 0.0.0.0 Server IP Backup: 0.0.0.0

OMU IP 0.0.0.0 OMU Mask IP 0.0.0.0

Ente r

OMU Mask IP 0.0.0.0 OMU Mask IP 0.0.0.0

Gateway IP 0.0.0.0 Site ID >

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B. In-Band Communication (over the HPMU)

Parameter Setting on the HPMU


Item System Set Local Address 27 Value

2009-06-16 Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Supplier: SDG

Enter

MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings

MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings Enter

Enter password end with #: >#

0# Enter

Settings Scene Set System Set Alarm Set

Enter

Local Address: 27 Lang: English Disp Contrast: 5 Modify User PWD

Powering On the D.G.


a. Switch the DG INPUT and AC output circuit breakers of the IATS to the ON position. b. Flip the AMF power switch to the ON position and check that the EMERGENCY STOP button is ejected. c. Switch the AC circuit breaker of the Power system and the BC power switch to the ON position.

Before starting the D.G., ensure that the fuel tank, engine oil tank, and water tank are filled. ON

Power system OFF


AC

ON

BC ON

ON

ON

DG INPUT

63A

The D.G. starts to charge DCBs. Check whether the information on the HPMU standby screen matches the actual configurations. If yes, proceed to step 6. If no, check cable connections and part configurations. HPMU 20090616 Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Supplier: SDG Phase A: 215.7 V Phase B: 216.2 V Phase C: 215.7 V Ambient: 25C Batt1: 10.0A Batt2: 0.0A Batt Tmp: 0C Board Tmp: 27C SDG Batt: 0.0V DG1 Batt: 0.0V Fuel1 Lev: 0cm Fuel2 Lev: 0cm System Type: DG & DCB Alarm Status: Exist Alarm

Current Batt: Batt1 Batt Status: Discharge

Batt Remain Cap: 100% Batt Backup Time: 86.5h

OMU IPAddr: 0.0.0.0 GPRS IPAddr: 0.0.0.0

SIMOnline Stat: Dis Online GSMReg Stat: Unregister

GPRS Dial Pro: No Dial GSM Sig Quality:

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On the HPMU standby screen, choose Status > Maintenance > Reset HPMU > DG Test > Enter: Continue and press Enter. The Power Cube stops the running D.G. After that, the Power Cube starts the smart diesel generator (SDG) and then stops it. Finally, the HPMU displays SDG test: Pass. 0# 20090616 MAIN MENU Enter MAIN MENU Enter Enter password Enter Maintenance Status Reset HPMU Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Status end with #: Maintenance Sms Test Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Maintenance ># Settings DG Test Supplier: SDG Settings

Maintenance Reset HPMU Sms Test DG Test

Enter Caution: Enter Close all DG Start DG Test? Please wait ENTER: Continue CANCEL: Quit

Test open SDG Please wait

Test close SDG Please wait

Test Result Mains: Off SDG test: Pass On the HPMU standby screen, choose Status > Maintenance > Reset HPMU > Oil-Clean Test > ENTER: Continue and press Enter. If the DG-M indicator (green) on the IATS is steady on, the test succeeds. 2009-06-16 Enter Batt1 Volt: 52.3 V Batt2 Volt: 50.6 V Supplier: SDG MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings MAIN MENU Status Maintenance Settings Enter Enter password end with #: ># 0# Enter Maintenance Reset HPMU Sms Test DG Test

Maintenance Oil-Clean Test Control Mode: Auto

Enter

Caution: Oil Clean Test? ENTER: Continue CANCEL: Quit

Powering On the Load


Check whether the values on the HPMU standby screen are the same as the actual configurations. If there is an alarm from the HPMU, CPMU01 and the AMF25, rectify the fault by referring to the PowerCube 1000 Maintenance Guide (V300R001). Switch on the DC-powered load connecting to the power system and the AC-powered load connecting to the IATS. Check that the circuit breakers of F1,(for FAN)F14(for DC air condition)F3(for BC) is set to ON. If no alarm is generated after the Power Cube runs for five minutes, the commissioning is successful. Then take fireproof mud out of the packaging box in the cabinet base to block cable holes. After that, reinstall the plate, close all cabinet doors, and hand the keys over to the persons in charge.

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