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ECC500(Data center)

V300R001C02

User Mannual

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Date

20130226

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ECC500(Data center) User Mannual

About This Document

About This Document

This document describes the energy control center 500 (ECC500) in terms of overview, architecture, installation and commissioning, user interface (UI), and maintenance and troubleshooting. The document will guide onsite installation personnel through the ECC500 installation and provides support for Huawei technical support engineers.

Product Version

The following table lists the product version related to this document.

Product Name

Version

ECC500

V300R001C02

Intended Audience

This document is intended for:

  • Sales Engineer

  • Technical Support Engineer

  • System Engineer

  • Hardware Installation Engineer

  • Commissioning Engineer

  • Data Configuration Engineer

  • Maintenance Engineer

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Change History

Issue

Description

Date

Draft A

This issue is the first official release.

2012-05-30

Draft B

This document incorporates the following changes:

20120920

  • Added SNMP northbound interfaces, supports the third-party network management system.

  • Added descriptions for configuring monitoring interface of Emerson UPS.

Draft C

This document incorporates the following changes:

20130226

  • The prompt logs in the system default user name and password.

  • After prompting first time logs in the Web system, must change the default password.

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Contents

Contents

About This Document

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  • 1 ECC500 Overview

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1

1.1

Positioning

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1.2

Benefits

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  • 1.3 Typical Application Scenario

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  • 2 Architecture

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  • 2.1 Components......................................................................................................................................................

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Panel and Ports

  • 2.2 .................................................................................................................................................

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2.2.1

Main Control

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2.2.2

Basic I/O module

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2.2.3

GPRS

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  • 3 Installation and

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  • 3.1 Installation Preparation

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Installation

  • 3.2 ......................................................................................................................................................

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Cable Connection

  • 3.3 ...........................................................................................................................................

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3.3.1

Overview

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3.3.2

Connecting the Communication Cable

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Commissioning

  • 3.4 ..............................................................................................................................................

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  • 4 User Interface Description

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LUI Description

  • 4.1 .............................................................................................................................................

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4.1.1

LCD

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4.1.2

LCD Menu Hierarchy

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  • 4.2 WebUI Description .........................................................................................................................................

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4.2.1

Login Preparation

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4.2.2

WebUI Description

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  • 5 Maintenance and Troubleshooting

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  • 5.1 Common Faults and Solutions

43

  • 5.2 Parts Replacement

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  • 5.3 Software Upgrade ...........................................................................................................................................

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  • 6 Appendix

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  • 6.1 Technical Specifications

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  • 6.2 LUI Menu .......................................................................................................................................................

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  • 6.3 Acronyms and Abbreviations

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  • 1 ECC500 Overview

  • 1.1 Positioning

The ECC500 is a cross-platform monitoring product, in which a main control module works with several expansion boards to monitor the environment, uninterruptible power supply (UPS), natural-ventilation units in real time. In addition, the GPRS module on the ECC500 can send short messages to prompt related personnel to handle alarms. The ECC500 can collect and analyze statistics on feedback information and automatically control system components. This ensures the system reliability and security and meets all monitoring requirements of a mini data center. Figure 1-1 shows an ECC500.

Figure 1-1 ECC500

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 1 ECC500 Overview 1 ECC500 Overview 1.1 Positioning The ECC500 is a
  • 1.2 Benefits

In a mini data center, the ECC500 can automatically detect the connection equipment (southbound equipment) and allows you to configure, control, monitor, and collect statistics on the equipment. The ECC500 also connects to a web client through the IP network for presenting a web management interface, and provides the alarm notification function using the GPRS module.

The ECC500 allows you to perform remote maintenance on the web user interface (WebUI) or local maintenance on the LCD. Maintenance data is synchronized between the WebUI and the LCD.

UPS Monitoring

  • The ECC500 obtains real-time data and alarms by running UPS status query commands periodically (the period is shorter than 15s), and reports and clears alarms.

  • If the UPS does not respond the UPS status query commands for three consecutive times, the ECC500 reports alarms indicating interrupted communication with the UPS. The

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ECC500 clears the alarms only after detecting a UPS with the same type as the original one.

  • The ECC500 collects the real-time performance data (rated values) every 60s and other data by running commands, and saves all data to its memory.

  • The ECC500 can query real-time status data by running testing commands during equipment deployment, scheduled preventive maintenance, and corrective maintenance.

  • UPS monitoring alarms are reported indicating mains voltage exceptions, low voltage of batteries, UPS faults, and UPS communication interruption.

Natural-ventilation monitoring

  • The ECC500 can connect to and manage the fan control system and use the speed adjustment curve and temperature sensor in the fan controller to control the fan rotational speed for the natural-ventilation equipment.

  • The ECC500 can monitor the fan controller, temperature sensor, and four connected fans.

  • Natural-ventilation monitoring alarms are reported indicating the failure of temperature sensor at the air exhaust vent, high and low ventilation temperatures, control board and fan faults, and communication interruption.

Alarm Notification by Sending Messages

  • The ECC500 allows the GPRS module to send alarm notification messages to the mobile phones of maintenance engineers.

  • A maximum of five field application engineer (FAE) phone numbers can be set on the ECC500 over the LCD or WebUI. When major or critical alarms are generated, the GPRS module sends the alarm information to these phones.

Data Collection and Processing

  • The ECC500 reports the data collected by the water sensor, smoke sensor, door status sensor, camera, and ambient temperature and humidity sensor, and reports alarms over dry contacts.

  • The ECC500 can back up its own data and that of the monitored equipment. For example, the ECC500 backs up the alarm information that is downloadable from the WebUI.

  • When failing to communicate with a web client, the ECC500 still works properly and stores alarms. After communication is restored, the stored alarm information can be downloaded by using the WebUI.

Centralized Management of Intelligent Equipment

  • The ECC500 remotely or locally manages intelligent equipment, such as the natural-ventilation unit and UPS, in a centralized manner. The ECC500 communicates with the natural-ventilation unit and UPS over the RS485 serial port, and communicates with a web client using 10 Mbit/s or 100 Mbit/s autonegotiation Ethernet port.

  • The ECC500 provides ports for receiving signals from sensors and sending control signals to meet requirements for data collection and control.

Alarm Detection and Management

  • The ECC500 monitors analog and digital parameters and reported data and alarms to detect alarm generation and clearance in real time. The ECC500 manages alarms in the following manner:

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Display all alarms on the LCD or on the WebUI, and turn on the alarm indicator to indicate major or critical alarms.

When the major or critical alarms are cleared, turn off the LED alarm indicator and clear these alarms on the LCD or WebUI.

  • The ECC500 saves a maximum of 800 historical alarms, among which you can view cleared alarms on the LCD or on the WebUI.

User-Friendly Interface

  • The ECC500 displays all operation parameters for the monitored equipment on the LCD.

  • The ECC500 allows you to set site-deployment and network-connection parameters for sites and the NMS, such as IP addresses and access point names (APNs), on the LCD to implement laptop-free deployment.

  • The ECC500 provides the WebUI that transmits data after encrpting it over SSL to help obtain real-time information, alarms, and statistics from tab pages and issue control commands through the data exchange interface.

  • A web client of the ECC500 supports SNMP northbound interfaces, data query, alarm reporting, access to third-party network management system.

  • A web client of the ECC500 supports a maximum of 15 accounts in three levels (administrator, engineer, and operator). Each level can be assigned a maximum of five accounts.

  • The ECC500 allows the access of a maximum of three web clients running on three separate computers. A user can log in to the ECC500 from only one client at a time.

Communication

  • A web client can obtain ECC500-reported equipment information, such as UPS and natural-ventilation information, by communicating with the ECC500 through the IP network with encrypted transmission. In addition, the ECC500 performs operations (for example, open or close dry contacts and control southbound equipment) after receiving control and configuration information from the WebUI.

  • The ECC500 communicates with southbound equipment over Huawei temperature control protocol and the Modbus protocol to collect the data required for other modules. The ECC500 also sends control and configuration commands to southbound equipment to perform operations, such as battery connection and disconnection.

  • By communicating with northbound equipment, the ECC500 allows you to load its applications and those of southbound equipment online and view the electronic labels.

1.3 Typical Application Scenario

Figure 1-2 shows a typical application scenario of the ECC500 in a mini data center.

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Figure 1-2 Application scenario of the ECC500 in a mini data center

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 1 ECC500 Overview Figure 1-2 Application scenario of the ECC500 in a
  • A web client of the ECC500 supports SNMP northbound interfaces, data query, alarm reporting, access to third-party network management system.

  • Temperature control units include natural-ventilation devices.

  • You can select devices based on ECC500 site requirements for the ECC500 to monitor them.

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Architecture

2.1 Components

The ECC500 consists of a main control module, a basic input/output (I/O) module, a GPRS module, and reserved slots, as shown in Figure 2-1.

The main control module and basic I/O module are mandatory, and other modules are optional.

Figure 2-1 ECC500

(1) Main control module (2) Reserved slots (3) GPRS module (4) Basic I/O module
(1) Main control module
(2) Reserved slots
(3) GPRS module
(4) Basic I/O module

Table 2-1 lists ECC500 component functions.

Table 2-1 ECC500 component functions

Module

Silk

Configur

Function

screen

ation

Main

SMU03A

Mandator

  • Provides an LCD to query and set local

control

y

parameters.

module

  • Provides an operation indicator.

  • Provides FE and RS485 ports for communication with northbound equipment.

  • Provides RS485 ports for communication with southbound equipment.

  • Records active and historical alarms.

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Module

Silk

Configur

Function

screen

ation

     
  • Manages intelligent units.

  • Monitors the natural-ventilation system.

  • Monitors and manages a mini data center.

Basic I/O

MUS01A

Mandator

  • Monitors UPS components over serial ports.

module

y

  • Receives alarms generated by dry contacts and sensors for detecting water, smoke, door status, lightning, camera and ambient temperature and humidity.

GPRS

MUC01A

Optional

  • Sends alarm notification messages through a

module

network independent of the IP network.

  • Provides six digital parameter input ports and two dry contact outputs.

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 2 Architecture Module Silk Configur Function screen ation  Manages intelligent units.

A reserved slot can house an extension communications module, an extension I/O module, or a TCU.

2.2 Panel and Ports

2.2.1 Main Control Module

The main control module provides an LCD to query and set local parameters. Figure 2-2 shows the front panel of the main control module.

Figure 2-2 Front panel of the main control module

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 2 Architecture Module Silk Configur Function screen ation  Manages intelligent units.

(1) Indicators

(2) LCD

(3) Buttons

(4) FE port

(5) RS485/RS232

(6) COM1

(7) COM2

(8) Universal serial bus (USB)

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port

port

port

port

Indicators

Table 2-2 lists the indicators on the main control module.

Table 2-2 Indicators on the main control module

Silk

Color

Name

Status

Description

screen

Green Operation Steady off The main control module

Green

Operation

Steady off

The main control module

indicator

is faulty or has no DC input.

 

Blinking (1s on and 1s off)

The main control module runs properly and communicates a web client properly.

Blinking (0.125s on and 0.125s off)

The main control module runs properly but fails to communicate with the NetEco.

Red Alarm Off There is no major or

Red

Alarm

Off

There is no major or

indicator

critical alarm.

 

On

A critical or major alarm is generated.

LCD and Buttons

You can view information and set parameters on the LCD by using four buttons. Table 2-3 describes the buttons on the front panel.

Table 2-3 Button description

Button

 

Name

Description

or Arrow button Allows you to select menu items and set parameters.

or

or Arrow button Allows you to select menu items and set parameters.

Arrow button

Allows you to select menu items and set parameters.

  • Return button

 

Returns to the upper-level menu without saving parameter settings.

  • Confirm button

 

Enters the main menu from the standby screen, enters a submenu from the main menu, or confirms or saves parameter settings.

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ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 2 Architecture  If you press no button within 8 minutes after
  • If you press no button within 8 minutes after a menu is displayed, the standby screen is displayed.

  • If you press no button within 8 minutes after a menu is displayed, the LCD screen becomes dark.

Ports

Table 2-4 describes the ports on the main control module.

Table 2-4 Port description

Silk screen

Description

FE

Ethernet port connecting to the northbound equipment and transmitting data after encrpting it, allowing client access over the local network or a remote network and access to third-party network management system

  • Transmits data.

1: TX+

2: TX-

  • Receives data.

3: RX+

6: RX-

RS485/RS232

Reserved northbound port

  • Transmits data.

1: 485_TX+

2: 485_TX-

7: RS232_TXD sharing the UART with RS485 within the same RJ45 port

  • Receives data.

3: RS232_RXD sharing the UART with RS485 within the same RJ45 interface

4: 485_RX+

5: 485_RX-

  • GND: 6, 8

COM1

Reserved southbound RS485 port

  • Receives data. 1: RX+

2: RX-

  • Transmits data.

4: TX+

5: TX-

  • GND: 6

COM2

Southbound RS485 port connecting to the natural-ventilation equipment

  • Receives data.

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Silk screen

Description

 
   

1: RX+

2: RX-

Transmits data.

 

4: TX+

5: TX-

USB port

Reserved port for connecting to hardware

2.2.2 Basic I/O module

Figure 2-3 shows the front panel of the basic I/O module.

Figure 2-3 Front panel of the basic I/O module

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 2 Architecture Silk screen Description − 1: RX+ − 2: RX- 

(1) ELU

(2) SMOKE

(3) DI_1

(4) DI_2

(5) DI_3

(6) AI_1

(7) AI_2

(8) TEM_HUM

(9) WATER

(10) CAN

(11) 12 V

(12) COM1

(13) GATE

(14) COM2

(15) COM3

(16) DC input terminals

(17) Indicators

-

-

-

Table 2-5 describes indicators on the front panel of the basic I/O module.

 

Table 2-5 Indicator description

 

Silk screen

Color

Name

Status

Description

PWR

Green

Power indicator

On

The power

system runs

properly.

Off

The I/O module is faulty or has

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Silk screen

Color

Name

Status

Description

       

no DC input.

RUN

Green

Operation

Blinking (1s on

The I/O module

indicator

and 1s off)

communicates properly with the main control module.

Blinking (0.125s on and 0.125s off)

Communication fails between the I/O module and the main control module.

ALM

Red

Alarm indicator

Off

No alarm is generated.

Table 2-6 describes ports on the front panel of the basic I/O module.

Table 2-6 Port description

Silk screen

Description

ELU

Reserved for future use

  • 1: supplies 5 V power for the electronic label.

  • 3, 6: GND

  • 4: I2C data line

  • 5: I2C clock signal line

  • 7: supplies 5 V power for 1-WIRE extension module.

  • 8: 1-WIRE signal line

DI_1

Dry contact for receiving alarms reported by the lightning arrestor. Default setting:

  • If the dry contact is closed, an alarm is generated.

  • If the dry contact is open, no alarm is generated.

DI_2

Reserved for future use ( connects to a camera)

DI_3

Reserved for future use ( connects to a indoor smoke sensor)

AI_1

Reserved for future use

AI_2

Reserved for future use

TEM_HUM

Connects to an ambient temperature and humidity sensor.

WATER

Connects to a water sensor.

SMOKE

Connects to a smoke sensor.

CAN

CAN communication port

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Silk screen

Description

12 V

Outputs power between 10.5 V and 13.5 V, Connects to a indoor smoke sensor.

COM1

Two-wire RS485 port reserved for southbound communication

GATE

Dry contact for receiving door status alarms. Default setting:

  • If the dry contact is open, no alarm is generated.

  • If the dry contact is closed, an alarm is generated.

COM2

Southbound RS485 port for monitoring UPS 1

  • Receives data. 1: RX+

2: RX-

  • Transmits data.

4: TX+

5: TX-

  • CAN differential signals

7: CANH

8: CANL

COM3

Southbound RS485 port for monitoring UPS 2

  • Receives data. 1: RX+

2: RX-

  • Transmits data.

4: TX+

5: TX-

  • 7, 8: DO+, DO-

DC input

-48 V DC input port

terminals

  • RTN+: positive DC input terminal

  • NEG-: negative DC input terminal

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 2 Architecture Silk screen Description 12 V Outputs power between 10.5 V

If the system has one Emerson UPS, connect the monitor signal lines to COM1. If the system has two Emerson UPSs, connect all monitor signal lines to COM1 and switch the DIP2 on.

2.2.3 GPRS module

Figure 2-4 shows the front panel of the GPRS module.

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Figure 2-4 Front panel of the GPRS module

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 2 Architecture Figure 2-4 Front panel of the GPRS module (1) DO_1
 

(1) DO_1

(2) DO_2

(3) DI_1

(4) DI_2

(5) DI_3

(6) DI_4

(7) DI_5

(8) DI_6

(9) ANT

(10) Indicators

-

-

Figure 2-5 shows the SIM card slot on the GPRS module.

 

Figure 2-5 SIM card slot in the GPRS module

 
(1) DO_1 (2) DO_2 (3) DI_1 (4) DI_2 (5) DI_3 (6) DI_4 (7) DI_5 (8) DI_6
 

(1) SIM card slot

Indicators

Table 2-7 lists the indicators on the GPRS module.

 

Table 2-7 Indicator description

Silkscreen

Color

Status

Description

PWR1

Yellow

On

Power is properly supplied for the GPRS board.

Off

The power supply system is faulty or has no DC input.

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Silkscreen

Color

Status

Description

PWR2

Yellow

On

The GPRS module functions properly.

Off

The GPRS module is faulty or has no DC input.

GPRS

Green

Off

The GPRS module is not powered on.

On

The GPRS is attempting to connect to the server of the operator.

Blinking (0.1s on and 0.025s off)

The GPRS data is being transmitted.

Blinking (0.1s on and 2.9s off)

The GPRS module has registered with the network but is not transmitting or receiving data.

Blinking (0.1s on and 0.9s off)

The ECC500 is searching for a network, no SIM card is available, or no PIN is obtained.

Ports

Table 2-8 lists the ports on the GPRS module.

 

Table 2-8 Port description

Silkscreen

Description

DO_1

Dry contact output

DO_2

The dry contact is open for connecting to audible and visual alarm reporters.

DI_1

Dry contact input

DI_2

Default setting:

 
  • If the dry contact is closed, no alarm is

DI_3

generated.

DI_4

  • If the dry contact is open, an alarm is

DI_5

generated.

DI_6

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  • 3 Installation and Commissioning

  • 3.1 Installation Preparation

Safety Precautions

Wear ESD gloves to move equipment. This prevents electrostatic shock and damage to hands. Protect yourself from falling-down objects.

Tools

Table 3-1 lists the required tools.

Table 3-1 Tool requirements

Appearance

Item

Description

Phillips Tightens screws.

Phillips

Tightens screws.

screwdriver

Screwdriver specifications: M3 x 100 mm or M6 x 200 mm

Flat-head Tightens screws.

Flat-head

Tightens screws.

screwdriver

Screwdriver specification: M2 x 100 mm or M6 x 200 mm

  • 3.2 Installation

Prerequisite

  • All tools are obtained.

  • The location of the equipment is determined in the rack.

ECC500 installation

Figure 3-1 shows how to install the ECC500 in the standard 19-inch rack.

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Figure 3-1 ECC500 installation

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 3 Installation and Commissioning Figure 3-1 ECC500 installation Procedure Step 1 Install

Procedure

Step 1

Install floating nuts on the rack.

Step 2

Install mounting ears on the ECC500.

Step 3

Hold the mounting ears of the ECC500, and place it on the guide rails in the rack.

Step 4

Push the ECC500 inside the rack to ensure that the mounting ears are level with the columns in the rack.

Step 5

Partially tighten each screw in the four mounting holes of the mounting ears using an M6 Phillips screwdriver.

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3.3 Cable Connection

3.3.1 Overview

The following cables need to be connected for the ECC500:

  • Ground cable

  • RJ45 communication cable

  • Dry contact signal cable

  • DC power cable

  • Sensor signal cable

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 3 Installation and Commissioning Figure 3-1 ECC500 installation Procedure Step 1 Install

Cables are connected to the ECC500 based on site requirements.

Connecting the Ground Cable

After you install the ECC500, connect the ground cable first, as shown in Figure 3-2.

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Figure 3-2 Ground cable connection

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 3 Installation and Commissioning Figure 3-2 Ground cable connection Connecting the RJ45

Connecting the RJ45 Communication Cable

Connect the ECC500 and the required equipment using the RJ45 communication cable. The RS485/232 and Ethernet serial ports use RJ45 terminals. Figure 3-3 shows how to connect the RJ45 communication cable.

Figure 3-3 RJ45 communication cable connection

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 3 Installation and Commissioning Figure 3-2 Ground cable connection Connecting the RJ45

Cores in the RJ45 communication cable terminal are ranged by following the sequence (orange-white, orange, green-white, blue, blue-white, green, brown-white, and brown) specified by 586B. The pinouts of FE port and RS485 port are defined as 2.2 Panel and Ports

Connecting Signal Cables to Dry Contacts

Figure 3-4 shows how to connect signal cables to dry contacts.

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Figure 3-4 Connection of signal cables to dry contacts

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 3 Installation and Commissioning Figure 3-4 Connection of signal cables to dry

Connecting the DC Power Cable

Connect the terminals of the power cable to the socket with the silkscreen RTN (+) NEG (-) as shown in Figure 3-5.

Figure 3-5 DC power cable connection

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 3 Installation and Commissioning Figure 3-4 Connection of signal cables to dry

Connecting Sensor Signal Cables

For the ports to which the sensor signal cables are connected, see 2.2.2 Basic I/O module.

3.3.2 Connecting the Communication Cable

The ECC500 connects to a web client through the IP network for presenting the web management interface, and provides alarm notification function using the GPRS module.

Connecting the ECC500 to the IP Network

Figure 3-6 shows how to connect the ECC500 to the IP network.

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Figure 3-6 Connection between the ECC500 and the IP network

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 3 Installation and Commissioning Figure 3-6 Connection between the ECC500 and the

The port supports security protocols.

Connecting the GSM Antenna and Installing the SIM Card

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 3 Installation and Commissioning Figure 3-6 Connection between the ECC500 and the
  • The GSM antenna connector is fastened to the RF port on the GPRS module.

  • The antenna is installed in an unshielded place to ensure proper signal reception.

  • If the GPRS antenna is longer than 3 meters, take surge protection measures.

  • If the mounting bracket of the GSM antenna has a plastic shell, remove the plastic shell before installing the GSM antenna. This ensures sufficient magnetic force.

Figure 3-7 shows how to connect the GSM antenna.

Figure 3-7 GSM antenna connection

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To enable the GPRS function on the ECC500, remove the GPRS module, insert an SIM card to it, and reinstall the GPRS module properly. Figure 3-8 shows how to insert and remove an SIM card.

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Figure 3-8 SIM card insertion and removal

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Users should provide an SIM card by themselves.

3.4 Commissioning

After installing the ECC500, verify the connection of all cables, power on the ECC500, check the status of all indicators, and set communication parameters for the ECC500 on the LCD.

Checking Cable Connection and Powering on the ECC500

Power on the ECC500 after verifying that the DC power cable, communication cable, and signal cable are properly connected to the main control module, basic I/O module, and GPRS module.

Checking Indicator Status

Verify the indicator status for the main control module, basic I/O module, and GPRS module. Table 3-2 lists the ECC500 indicators in normal state.

Table 3-2 ECC500 indicators in normal state

Module

Normal State

Main control

  • The operation indicator keeps blinking (1s on and 1s off).

module

  • The alarm indicator is always off.

Basic I/O module

  • The power indicator is always on.

  • The operation indicator keeps blinking (1s on and 1s off).

  • The alarm indicator is always off.

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Module

Normal State

GPRS module

  • The PWR1 indicator is always on.

  • The PWR2 indicator is always on.

  • The GPRS indicator keeps blinking (0.1s on and 0.025s off).

Setting ECC500 Communication Parameters on the LCD

Table 3-3 lists the IP network parameters.

Table 3-3 IP network parameters

Parameter

Description

IP Address

Set according to the network plan

Subnet Mask

Set according to the network plan

Gateway

Set according to the network plan

Figure 3-9 shows how to set the IP network parameters on the LCD.

Figure 3-9 IP network parameter settings on the LCD

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  • 4 User Interface Description

4.1 LUI Description

The ECC500 provides an LCD for you to locally perform the following operations:

  • View active and historical alarms.

  • View the system running status.

  • Set system and communication parameters.

  • Control the system status.

  • Set parameters efficiently, such as date, time, and communication addresses.

4.1.1 LCD Usage

This section describes how to select a display language, view historical alarms, and set and modify parameters on the LCD. For details about how to use the buttons on the ECC500 main control module, see LCD and Buttons.

Selecting a Display Language

After powering on the ECC500, the screen for selecting a display language is displayed. You

can press

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or

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standby screen, press

to select a display language, as shown in Figure 4-1. To display the

.
.

Figure 4-1 Screen for selecting a display language

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After entering the system, you can change the display language by performing the steps shown in Figure 4-2.

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Figure 4-2 Display language selection

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-2 Display language selection Viewing Historical Alarms

Viewing Historical Alarms

This section describes how to view historical alarms on the LCD, as shown in Figure 4-3. The parameter values in the figures in this section are for reference only.

Figure 4-3 Procedure for viewing historical alarms

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  • The value 111018 indicates 2011-10-18. The value 1/22 indicates that a total of 22 alarms are generated and the first one is displayed.

  • The value 111018 07:53:50 indicates the time the alarm is generated. The value 111018 08:29:12 indicates the time the alarm is cleared.

Modifying Parameters

This section describes how to modify parameters on the LCD, as shown in Figure 4-4.

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Figure 4-4 Procedure for modifying parameters

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-4 Procedure for modifying parameters To enter

To enter the settings screen, quick-setting screen, and control screen, you need to enter the password.

4.1.2 LCD Menu Hierarchy

Figure 4-5 the LCD menu hierarchy.

Figure 4-5 LCD menu hierarchy

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-4 Procedure for modifying parameters To enter
  • The data that is displayed on the LCD in this section is for reference only.

  • Menus specific to monitored devices are displayed only after the devices (natural-ventilation device) are connected to the ECC500.

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4.2 WebUI Description

To ensure the security of data transmission, the ECC500 transmits data after encrpting it over SSL. You can perform the following operations on the WebUI:

  • View the system information, such as the UPS status, natural-ventilation system status, and active alarms.

  • Set system parameters.

  • Configure network parameters, IP addresses, and FAE phone numbers.

  • Control the system, such as the UPS and natural-ventilation monitoring units.

  • Manage user information. For example, add, delete, and modify user information.

  • Upgrade software online.

  • Query and export historical logs and alarms.

  • Collect the performance statistics on the main control module and the monitored equipment.

  • Set the system date and time and site name, and save, download, and upload configuration files.

  • Query electronic label information.

4.2.1 Login Preparation

Set the IP address, gateway, and subnet mask of the ECC500 before logging in to the WebUI. You also need to set the network and Internet Explorer.

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Configurations:

  • Operating system: Windows XP or Windows 7

  • Browser: Internet Explorer 6.0 or a later version

Connecting Cables

Connect the FE port on the ECC500 and a communication device using a network cable, and the port together with security protocols.

Setting the IP Address

Set the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway on the LCD based on the assigned ones.

Setting the LAN

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If the ECC500 is connected to a local area network(LAN) and a proxy server has been selected, cancel the proxy server settings.

If the ECC500 is connected to the Internet while the computer (where a client runs) is connected to the LAN, retain the proxy server settings. Otherwise, you cannot connect the computer to the ECC500.

  • 1. Open Internet Explorer.

  • 2. Choose Tools > Internet Options.

  • 3. On the Connections tab, click LAN settings, as shown in Figure 4-6.

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Figure 4-6 Internet options

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-6 Internet options 4. Select or clear
  • 4. Select or clear Use a proxy server for your LAN (These settings will not apply to dial-up or VPN connections). as required, as shown in Figure 4-7.

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Figure 4-7 LAN settings

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-7 LAN settings 5. Click OK .
  • 5. Click OK. The proxy server setting is complete.

Setting Internet Explorer

  • If Internet Explorer 8.0 is used, open Internet Explorer 8.0 and choose Tools > Compatibility View from the main menu to set the browser, as shown in Figure 4-8. This ensures proper use of the WebUI.

Figure 4-8 Compatibility View

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-7 LAN settings 5. Click OK .

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  • Specify the IP address of the ECC500 as trusted, enable the download function, and set the security level of the trusted IP address as the lowest.

    • 1. Open Internet Explorer.

    • 2. Choose Tools > Internet Options from the main menu.

    • 3. On the Security tab, select Trusted sites and click Sites, as shown in Figure 4-9.

Figure 4-9 Trusted-site addition

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description  Specify the IP address of the ECC500
  • 4. Enter the IP address of the ECC500 and click Add and Close.

  • 5. Click Custom level. In the dialog box that is displayed, choose Downloads > Automatic prompting for file downloads, File download, and Font download from the navigation tree and enable them. Then, click OK, as shown in Figure 4-10.

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Figure 4-10 Download function setting

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-10 Download function setting 6. Drag the
  • 6. Drag the slider label to the medium level and click OK, as shown in Figure 4-11.

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Figure 4-11 Security level setting

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-11 Security level setting 4.2.2 WebUI Description

4.2.2 WebUI Description

The parameter values in the figures in this section are for reference only.

Logging in to the WebUI

Enter the IP address of the ECC500 in the Internet Explorer address box and press Enter. On the page that is displayed, enter the user name and password, select the display language, and click Login, as shown in Figure 4-12.

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Figure 4-12 Login page

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-12 Login page The default user name

The default user name is admin and default password is a00001. Change the the system default password after you logining in at the first time.

System Status

On System Status tab, you can view information about active alarms and monitored equipment, as shown in Figure 4-13.

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Figure 4-13 System status

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-13 System status  The data that
  • The data that is displayed on the LCD in this section is for reference only.

  • Menus specific to monitored devices are displayed only after the devices (natural-ventilation device) are connected to the ECC500.

System Configuration

On the System Configuration tab, you can configure parameters for the monitored equipment. Specifically, click Site Summary to expand all options, click the desired option, set the parameter, and click Submit, as shown in Figure 4-14.

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Figure 4-14 System configuration

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-14 System configuration You can submit the

You can submit the modification only to one parameter at a time.

Network Configuration

On the Network Configuration tab, you can set network parameters, phone number of the maintenance staffSNMP northbound control and interface of alarms reported as shown in Figure 4-15.

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Figure 4-15 Network configuration

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-15 Network configuration When networking modes is

When networking modes is IP networking, you can set the ECC's IP address, subnet mask and default gateway. you can set five phone numbers in the system to send alarm reminded messages.

Configure SNMP northbound interface can be connected to the third-party network management, parameters description show as inTable 4-1.

Table 4-1 SNMP configuration parameters

parameters

Description

SNMP Version

  • In SNMPv1&SNMPv2c system, you can set read and write permissions of network management software to connect ECC.

  • In SNMPv3 system, you can set specific users of the network management software to connect to ECC

  • ALLThe above two are supported

SNMP Port

Set data port of network management software to connect the ECC , the default value is 161.

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parameters

Description

 

Value range: 065535

Read Community

Set read permissions of network management software to connect the ECC , the default value is read.

Value rangea-zA-Z0v9,(you can input up to 15 character

Write Community

Set write permissions of network management software to connect the ECC , the default value is write

Value rangea-zA-Z0-9,(you can input up to 15 character

User Name

Set a specific user to connect ECC Value rangea-zA-Z09,(you can input up to 15 character

Password

Connect ECC passwords

Value rangea-zA-Z0-9The character length is more than 8 and less than 15.

Trap IP

Trap IP is the IP address of PC, which is report SNMP alarm information. And the IP address is planing by carrier.

Trap Port

Trap port is the PC port, which is report SNMP alarm information, the default value is 162.

Value range: 065535

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Select Disable other configure optionto prevent SNMP configuration has been modified and protect the configured information.

Alarm Configuration

On the Alarm Configurationtabyou can set the alarm severity of the site, the alarm name and severity of ECC500 dry contact,as shown in Figure 4-16.

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Figure 4-16 Alarm Configuration

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-16 Alarm Configuration User Management On the

User Management

On the User Management tab, you can create, modify, and delete user information, as shown in Figure 4-17.

You can add a user to the admin, engineer, or operator group. The operation rights vary with groups.

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Figure 4-17 User management

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-17 User management Upgrade On the Upgrade
Upgrade On the Upgrade tab, you can upgrade the ECC500 as shown in Figure 4-18. Figure
Upgrade
On the Upgrade tab, you can upgrade the ECC500 as shown in Figure 4-18.
Figure 4-18 Upgrade
For details about how to upgrade the ECC500 on the WebUI, see 5.3 Software Upgrade.
Log History

On the Log History tab, you can click Download to export logs to pack files as shown in Figure 4-19.

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Figure 4-19 Log history

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-19 Log history  If the downloading
  • If the downloading user interface is not displayed after packing during the download, the Internet Explorer setting may be faulty. To resolve this issue, see Figure 4-20. Choose Information Bar Help > Windows Help and Support > To stop the Information bar from blocking file and software downloads.

  • Click the Log History tab and retry the download. If the downloading user interface is not displayed, perform operations as shown in Figure 4-21. Click Default level and Reset at zones to default level and click OK.

  • Click the Log History tab and retry the download.

Figure 4-20 Information Bar Help

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-19 Log history  If the downloading

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Figure 4-21 Internet options

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-21 Internet options Alarm History On the

Alarm History

On the Alarm History tab, you can click Export to export historical alarms to an .html or .xls file, as shown in Figure 4-22.

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Figure 4-22 Historical alarms

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-22 Historical alarms Site Configuration On the

Site Configuration

On the Site Configuration tab, you can set the system date and time and site information, and perform operations on configuration files, as shown in Figure 4-23.

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Figure 4-23 Site configuration

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-23 Site configuration  You must save
  • You must save configuration files before downloading them.

  • If you fail to download configuration files, see Log History for handling methods.

  • The system automatically restarts after you upload configuration files.

Statistics

On the Statistics tab, you can query the statistical items recored by the ECC500, and clear one or all items, as shown in Figure 4-24.

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Figure 4-24 Statistics

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-24 Statistics Electronic Label On the Electronic

Electronic Label

On the Electronic Label tab, you can view and export electronic label information about the ECC500, monitored equipment, and equipment main control boards, as shown in Figure 4-25.

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Figure 4-25 Electronic label information

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 4 User Interface Description Figure 4-25 Electronic label information Issue Draft C

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  • 5 Maintenance and Troubleshooting

  • 5.1 Common Faults and Solutions

This chapter describes common faults of the ECC500 and how to troubleshoot them. Table 5-1 lists common faults and troubleshooting measures.

Table 5-1 Common ECC500 faults and troubleshooting measures

Module

Symptom

Troubleshooting

measure

Main control module

The operation indicator is off or blinks at 4 Hz.

Check the power supply and communication with the host.

The alarm indicator is on.

View the alarm information and rectify the fault.

Basic I/O module

The power indicator is off.

Check the power supply.

The alarm indicator is on.

View the alarm information and rectify the fault.

GPRS module

The PWR1 indicator is off.

Check the power supply.

The PWR2 indicator is off.

The GPRS indicator is off or blinks (0.1s on and 0.9s off).

Check the power supply or search for the network.

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For details about how to view alarm information, see Viewing Historical Alarms.

  • 5.2 Parts Replacement

Context

This section describes how to replace faulty ECC500 modules.

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ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 5 Maintenance and Troubleshooting  Before replacing faulty modules, verify that no
  • Before replacing faulty modules, verify that no power is supplied for the ECC500 and disconnect the DC power cable terminals.

  • Only trained and qualified personnel are allowed to perform operations.

  • Operation personnel must wear ESD gloves.

The ECC500 monitoring platform consists of the main control module, basic I/O module, and GPRS module (optional). To replace a faulty GPRS module, perform the following steps:

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Replace the ECC500 if the main control module or basic I/O module is faulty. For details, see 3.2 Installation.

Procedure

Step 1 Remove the cables from a faulty module one by one. During the removal, insulate
Step 1
Remove the cables from a faulty module one by one. During the removal, insulate the cables
and stamp labels on them in a timely manner.
Step 2
Step 3
Loosen the captive screws on the faulty module anti-clockwise using the M3 screwdriver.
Pull out the faulty module by the handle, as shown in Figure 5-1.
Figure 5-1 Procedure for pulling out a faulty module
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
Step 7
Hold the handle of a new module, and insert the module into its slot in the ECC500 subrack.
Push the new module until its front panel is level with that of the ECC500 subrack.
Fold the handle.
Tighten the captive screws clockwise using the M3 screwdriver, as shown in Figure 5-2.

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Figure 5-2 Procedure for installing a new module

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 5 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Figure 5-2 Procedure for installing a new module

Step 8

Connect the cables to the module according to their labels.

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5.3 Software Upgrade

Context

 
Context  During software upgrade, ensure an uninterrupted power supply for the ECC500 and EMS and
  • During software upgrade, ensure an uninterrupted power supply for the ECC500 and EMS and proper communication between them.

  • Obtain the latest software version before the software upgrade. If the software upgrade fails, the ECC500 runs based on the original software version.

Procedure

To upgrade ECC500 software, log in to the WebUI by referring to Upgrade.

Step 1

Click Browse to select the software to be upgraded, as shown in Figure 5-3.

Figure 5-3 Software upgrade (1)

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Step 2

Click Send to send the software to be upgraded to the main control module of the ECC500.

Step 3

After the software is uploaded successfully, it is displayed under Packages to be activated.

Select the software to be upgraded and then click Activate.

After the upgrade is successful,

the Selected package has been activated successfully message is displayed, as shown in

Figure 5-4.

Figure 5-4 Software upgrade (2)

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 5 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Step 2 Click Send to send the software

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Appendix

6.1 Technical Specifications

Table 6-1 lists ECC500 technical specifications.

Table 6-1 ECC technical specifications

Category

Item

Description

 

Environment

Operating temperature

-40℃~+70

 

Storage temperature

-45℃~+70

 

Humidity

5% to 95% RH (non-condensing)

Atmospheric pressure

70-106 kPa

 

Altitude

When the altitude is less than or equal to 3000 m, the ECC500 works properly.

When the altitude is greater than 3000 m, the temperature decreases by 1°C for each additional 300 m.

Moisture resistance

Damp heat, cyclic: 25-65, 95% RH, 48 hours

Others

Free from explosives, conductive dust, and corrosive air

Power supply

Operating voltage

Operating voltage: -40 V DC to

input

-60 V DC

Rated voltage: -48 V DC

Operating power

Rated power: 30 W

 

EMC

Conducted interference

Class B

 

Radiated interference

Class B

 

Electrostatic interference

For the shell:

contact

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Item

Description

   

discharge: ±6 kV; air discharge: ±8 kV (criterion B); the shell has been powered on before the test

For the conductor in the signal port: contact discharge:

±2 kV (criterion R); the conductor has been powered on before the test

Conducted susceptibility

3 V, 0.15-80 MHz (criterion A)

Radiated susceptibility

10 V/m, 80 MHz to 2 GHz (criterion A)

Surge protection

Digital parameter

Differential mode: 3 kAcommon mode: 5 kA

;

Analog parameter

Differential mode: 3 kAcommon mode: 5 kA

;

Communication signal

Differential mode: 3 kAcommon mode: 5 kA

;

DC port

-48 V;

differential mode: 2 kA;

common mode: 4 kA

Safety

-

ECC500 components and the PCB comply with IEC60950-1, EN60950-1, and GB4943.

Reliability

MTBF

≥ 100,000 hours

Annual return repair rate

< 1%

Life cycle

> 10 years (at least three years promised in actual application)

Water resistance and dustproof level

Cabinet: IP45 or IP55

Mechanical

Dimensions (H x W x D)

≤ 44.5 mm x 220 mm x 440 mm

parameters

Weight

≤ 5 kg

6.2 LUI Menu

Table 6-2 describes LUI menu hierarchy and parameters.

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Table 6-2 LUI Menu

Main Menu

Level-2 Menu

Level-3 Menu

Level-4

Default Value

Menu

Active Alarm

-

-

-

-

Operating

Site Summary

Neteco Comm

-

-

status

stat

Amb T 1

-

-

Amb T 1

-

-

Ambient

-

-

temperature 2

Amb T 2

-

-

Amb T 3

-

-

Amb T 3

-

-

ECC500

MUS01A_AI_

-

-

12

MUS01A_DI_

-

-

13

MUS01B-1_AI

-

-

_12

MUS01B-1_DI

-

-

_13

MUS01B-2_AI

-

-

_12

MUS01B-2_DI

-

-

_13

MUE03A_DI_

-

-

16

MUE03A_AI_

-

-

12

FAN

Device Address

-

-

SW Version

-

-

Device Type

-

-

Device Status

-

-

Fan speed

-

-

Air Outlet T

-

-

Alarm History

-

-

-

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Main Menu

Level-2 Menu

Level-3 Menu

Level-4

Default Value

Menu

 

Inventory

ECC500

-

-

 

FAN

-

-

Settings

Site Summary

U Thres Amb T

-

80

degC

L

Thres Amb T

-

-20 degC

U Thres Amb H

-

100%

L

Thres Amb H

-

0%

Amb HT 1-3 Thres

-

50

degC

Amb LT 1-3 Thres

-

0

degC

Amb HH 1-3 Thres

-

80%

Amb LH 1-3 Thres

-

10%

LCD Contrast

-

5

ECC500

En-MUS01A_

-

Enable

AI_12

UMT-MUS01

-

80

A_AI_12

LMT-MUS01A

-

-20

_AI_12

UAT-MUS01A

-

50

_AI_12

LAT-MUS01A

-

0

_AI_12

En-MUS01A_

-

Disable

DI_13

MUS01A_DI_

-

Normal Open

 

13

En-MUS01B1

-

Disable

2_AI_12

UMT-MUS01B

-

80

12_AI_12

LMT-MUS01B

-

-20

12_AI_12

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Level-2 Menu

Level-3 Menu

Level-4

Default Value

Menu

   

UAT-MUS01B

-

50

12_AI_1

2UA

LAT-MUS01B

-

0

12_AI_1

2LA

En-MUS01B-1

-

Disable

2_DI_13

MUS01B-1

-

Normal Open

2_DI_13

En-MUE03A_

-

Disable

DI_16

MUE03A_DI_

-

Normal Open

16

En-MUE03A_

-

Disable

DO_12

MUE03A_DO_

-

Normal Open

12

Door

-

NO

Alm->DO12

MUS01A_DI1-

-

NO

>DO12

MUS01B1_ID1

-

NO

2->DO1

MUS01B2_ID1

-

NO

->DO2

MUE03A_DI1-

-

NO

>DO2

FAN

HT ALM Thres

-

68

degC

LT ALM Thres

-

-20 degC

Comm Para

Net Para

Network

IP

Mode

IP Address

-

Subnet

-

Mask

Gateway

-

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Main Menu

Level-2 Menu

Level-3 Menu

Level-4

Default Value

Menu

   

Server Para

NetEco

-

Main IP

NetEco

-

Backup IP

Host Para

Host Comm

-

Addr

System Para

LCD Language

-

ENGLISH

Set Date

-

 

Set Time

-

 

Set Time Zone

-

GMT +08:00

Save As Def Cfg

-

Yes

Restore Def

-

Yes

Cfg

Restore Manu

-

Yes

Cfg

Logout

-

Yes

Set Site Name

-

ECC500

LCD Contrast

-

5

Control

Site Summary

Smoke 1-3

-

-

Reset

FAN

FAN Reset

-

-

Quick Setting

System Para

Set Date

-

-

Set Time

-

-

LCD Contrast

-

-

Comm Para

IP Address

-

-

Subnet Mask

-

-

Gateway

-

-

Host Comm

-

-

Addr

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual 6 Appendix Main Menu Level-2 Menu Level-3 Menu Level-4 Default Value Menu

The LUI menu varies based on configurations. The preceding table is for reference only.

ECC500(Data center) User Mannual

6 Appendix

6.3 Acronyms and Abbreviations

A

 

APN

Access point name

C

 

CAN

Controller area network

D

 

DIP switch

Dual in-line package switch

E

 

ECC

Energy control center

ESD

Electrostatic discharge

F

 

FE

Fast ethernet

G

 

GPRS

General packet radio service

I

 

IP

Internet Protocol

L

 

LUI

LCD user interface

LCD

Liquid Crystal Display

S

 

SD

Secure digital card

SNMP

Simple network management protocol