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Stromversorgung slimeline carrier Power supply slimline carrier

Typ/type Fabr.-Nr./serial no.:

Auftrags-Nr./order no.:

D400G48/30-270BWru-PDG

2439496-2439505

406T3739

 

Datum/date

Name

Ausgestellt/issued:

11.08.06

TB-Dun

Geändert/revision:

Geprüft/checked

11.08.06

TB-Hp

Nr./no.

95508.00H000en

Technische Unterlagen Technical documents

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TT.08.JJ - TB-Dun

95508.00H000en

Inhalt / Contents

Dokumenten-Nr. / No.

Maß- und Ansichtszeichnung Dimension and front view drawing

95508.00M000A3

Technische Daten

Technical data

95508.0T0

Schaltbild

Circuit diagram

93383.00E005A3

Beschreibung - slimeline carrier 4500 Description - slimeline carrier 4500

4345

Baugruppen / Components:

Beschreibung - Fernüberwachungssystem MCU 2500 Description - Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

4339

Technische Daten MCU 2500 Technical data MCU 2500

95508.0T1

Kurzbeschreibung Batterie Short description battery

3256

Operating instructions

Operating instructions

SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500

Operating instructions SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500   Date Designation No. 4345 en Issued: 13 Feb. 2006 TB
Operating instructions SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500   Date Designation No. 4345 en Issued: 13 Feb. 2006 TB
Operating instructions SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500   Date Designation No. 4345 en Issued: 13 Feb. 2006 TB
Operating instructions SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500   Date Designation No. 4345 en Issued: 13 Feb. 2006 TB
 

Date

Designation

No. 4345 en

Issued:

13 Feb. 2006

TB – J.Bu

p. 1/25p.

Revision:

     

Checked:

19.05.06

EW - Aden

 
SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

Table of contents

1

Safety notes

4

2

General

5

3

The components

6

3.1

SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500

7

3.2

SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500

9

3.3

SLIMLINE

CONTROL

13

4

Technical

data

15

5

Assembly and commissioning

18

5.1

Installation of the unit

18

5.2

System connection

19

5.3

Commissioning

20

6

Maintenance / repair

20

7

Material and spare parts

21

8

Description of function

22

9

Block diagram

23

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

These operating instructions contain important instructions for installa- tion, operation and maintenance of the SLIMLINE Carrier 4500 and its components. The instructions must be retained and observed at all times!

Explanation of the symbols used in these operating instructions and on the components of the power supply system:

Indicates safety instructions which must be followed to avoid dan- ger to persons! h must be followed to avoid dan- ger to persons!

Indicates instructions which must be followed to avoid material damage! damage!

All specifications in these operating instructions must be observed at all times! ng instructions must be observed at all times!

Ready for operation/Operationin these operati ng instructions must be observed at all times! fault 13.02.06 – TB –

faultmust be observed at all times! Ready for operation/Operation 13.02.06 – TB – J.Bu Page 3

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1 Safety notes

SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM 1 Safety notes The SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 and its SLIMLINE RECTIFIER are electronic

The SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 and its SLIMLINE RECTIFIER are electronic appliances that carry voltages and currents danger- ous to man.

For this reason, the following instructions must be followed at all times:

1. Installation, operation, maintenance and repair of the SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 should be carried out in strict accordance with the instructions in this do- cument.

2. Ensure that only fully trained and qualified personnel have access to the sys- tem. Only qualified and authorised personnel should be able to open the units.

3. Even when the SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 is completely switched off, some of its interior components remain live as long as they are connected to the mains supply or the battery.

4. Installed capacitors may be charged even when the system is disconnected. These must be correctly discharged by a qualified electrician before the con- nections or terminals are touched.

5. When working at the unit, use properly insulated tools at all times which are suitable for the levels of voltage concerned.

6. All persons working with the unit must be familiar with the first-aid measures to be adopted in cases of accidents involving electricity.

7. The regulations of the local power-supply companies and all other applicable safety regulations must be observed at all times.

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

2

General

The SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 and its SLIMLINE RECTIFIER are compact 48 V power supply systems for applications in the field of telecommunication.

This system features small size and a large permitted temperature range.

The output power of the power supply system can be extended in steps of 1,500W by con- necting up to 3 SLIMLINE RECTIFIERS 1500 for each SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 and the parallel connection of several SLIMLINE CARRIERS 4500. Here, 3 SLIMLINE CARRIERS 4500 are controlled by one SLIMLINE CONTROL.

The functionality of the system is rounded off by the optional inclusion of an MCU remote monitoring system which makes possible remote monitoring of the power supply system via a modem or TCP/IP adapter.

SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

3 The components

The layout of the individual components of the power supply system is fixed because of the compact modular design. Depending on requirements different configurations are possible.

The individual components are:

1 – 3 SLIMLINE CARRIER with integrated mains filter; can be equipped with:

1 – 3 SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 ( HOT-PLUG )

1 SLIMLINE CONTROL ( HOT-PLUG )

RECTIFIER 1500 ( HOT-PLUG ) 1 SLIMLINE CONTROL ( HOT-PLUG ) Figure 1: Front view of

Figure 1:

Front view of the power supply system

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

3.1 SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500

The SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 is intended for fitting into the following racking systems:

- 19" racking system

- ETSI racking system

The SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 is prepared for the installation of the SLIMLINE REC- TIFIER and the SLIMLINE CONTROL.

of the SLIMLINE REC- TIFIER and the SLIMLINE CONTROL. Figure 2: Dimension diagram of the SLIMLINE

Figure 2:

Dimension diagram of the SLIMLINE CARRIER (completely equipped)

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

PE, L3, N3, L2, N2, L1, N1

2
2
1
1
3 4
3
4

Figure 3:

Rear view of the SLIMLINE CARRIER

1 Mains terminals (PE, L3, N3, L2, N2, L1, N1 ) for connecting the supplying mains

2 + pole; copper bar for connecting battery and load

3 pole; copper bar for connecting battery and load

4 Earth stud

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

3.2 SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500

The 48V-SLIMLINE RECTIFIERS 1500 feed the connected DC loads and charge/boost the connected lead accumulator batteries at the same time. The slide-in units are hot-plug units, that means all electrical connections are made and disconnected automatically when plugging and unplugging the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500.

There are no components in the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 which need to be accessible under normal operating conditions.

need to be accessible under normal operating conditions. Figure 4: SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 13.02.06 – TB

Figure 4: SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM Figure 5: Dimension diagra m SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 13.02.06 – TB – J.Bu

Figure 5: Dimension diagram SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

All connectors, control elements and indicator elements of the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 are located on the front or rear side.

1 2
1
2

Figure 6: Front view of the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500

1 LED „SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 ready for operation/in operation“. ( If it flashes, data are transmitted between the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 and the SLIMLINE CONTROL )

2 LED „SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 fault“

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM 1 Figure 7: Rear view of the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 1 Connector (AC

1

Figure 7: Rear view of the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500

1 Connector (AC output, control signals, DC output )

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

3.3 SLIMLINE CONTROL

The SLIMLINE CONTROL controls the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER and the optionally con- nected distribution. The SLIMLINE CONTROL organizes the data flow between the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER and the optionally insertable MCU.

the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER and the optionally insertable MCU. Figure 9: Connector layout scheme The SLIMLINE CONTROL

Figure 9: Connector layout scheme

The SLIMLINE CONTROL can be freely programmed via the service software. The stan- dard programming of the relays is as follows.

1 Connector X33

PIN assignments:

X33:1

X33:2

X33:3

X33:4

X33:5

X33:6

potential free message 1 delay 10 sec.

potential free message 2 delay 1 min.

- temperature too high - overvoltage protection released - SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 fault

- mains fault - temperature sensor interrupted - fan fault

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

2 Connector X34

PIN assignments:

X34:1

X34:1 Battery temperature

Battery temperature

X34:2

sensor

3 RJ-45 plug; data connector for the connection to an external remote monitoring system MCU or an additional SLIMLINE CONTROL

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

4 Technical data

Dimensions (HxWxD):

( 44.45x 483 x 340 ) mm / Carrier

Weight (completely equipped):

7.8 kg / Carrier

Weight SLIMLINE RECTIFIER

1.7kg

Altitude:

max. 2000 m above sea level

Protective class:

IP20

Permitted ambient temperature:

-33°C to +55°C

Humidity class:

F

Protective class:

I (acc. to EN60950)

Input voltage:

173V-415V (147V 100V-240V (85V

457V) / (3~); 264V) / (1~)

Input voltage

100V-240V (85V

264V)

Input current per SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500:

7.3A

Permitted frequency range:

Output voltages:

47Hz

63Hz

Boost:

2.4V/Z

(57.6V)

Float charge:

2.23V/Z

(53.5V)

Direct feeding

2.0V/Z

(48.0V)

Battery circuit test:

1.8V/Z

(43.2V)

Voltage tolerance:

Static:

±1%

Dynamic (10-90-10)%; (dt<200µs):

±5%

Settling time:

<5 ms

Output current:

28.0A-84.0A

(32.6A-97.8A) (200V

264V)

25.2A-75.6A (29.3A-87.9A) (185V

200V)

20.6A-61.8A (24.0A-72.0A) (150V

185V)

14.0A-42.0A (16.3A-48.9A) (105V

150V)

11.2A-33.6A (12.5A-37.5A) (85V

105V)

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

Output power:

max. 4500W

(200V

264V)

max. 4050W

(185V

200V)

max. 3300W

(150V

185V)

max. 2250W

(105V

150V)

max. 1800W

(85V

105V)

Efficiency:

90% (240V)

87% (100V)

Characteristics:

Charging characteristic:

IPU

Temperature-controlled characteristic:

-4 m V/°C/cell (option for float charge)

Operation as mains unit:

IU

Power factor:

>0.95

Interference voltage:

2mV

Radio interference degree:

Class B (acc. to EN55022)

Conductor cross-sections:

Mains terminals:

Capacity of the terminals:

Battery connection; load connection:

Connections 1x CARRIER:

Connections 2-3x CARRIER:

Signal connecting terminals:

Capacity of the terminals:

Protections:

Mains input ( operator side ):

Potential-free signals:

Contact rating:

0.2mm²-2.5mm²/AWG24-AWG12

Copper bars / 5mm hole Copper bars / 8mm bolt

0.2mm²-1.5mm²/AWG26-AWG16

Max. 16A s.b.

2 relays; each with 1 x changeover contact max. 0.5 A/60 V DC

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

Standards and regulations:

Safety:

EN60950

Safety of information-technology equipment

(

Exception: Touch guard and inflammability; the SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 has no fire enclosure )

Electromagnetic compatibility / ECM:

EN61000-6-3

Emitted interference - Residential, commercial and light industry

EN61000-6-2

Interference immunity - Industrial environment

EN55022

Radio interference – Limit values and measuring methods

EN61000-3-2

Limit values – Limit values for harmonic currents

(

16A per conductor)

EN61000-3-3

Limit values – Limitation of voltage level changes, voltage fluctuations

EN300386

and flicker ( 16A per conductor) Telecommunication network equipment – Electromagnetic compatibility requirements

Environment:

ETS300019-1-1 class 1.3

Storage

ETS300019-1-2 class 2.3

Transport

ETS300019-1-4 class 4.1

Operation

applicable with respect to temperature and humidity

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

5

Assembly and commissioning

After assembly and commissioning of the power supply system, all components are unre- servedly ready for operation. No additional settings and readjustments are necessary during operation under all permitted operating conditions.

during operation under all permitted operating conditions. Attention! The safety instructions must be observed at all

Attention! The safety instructions must be observed at all times during as- sembly, installation and commissioning!

When selecting the site, the environmental conditions specified in the section "Technical data" must be complied with. Attention must be paid that the power supply system is not exposed to aggressive substances and the passage of cooling air is not hampered.

All components have been set in the factory to suit the operating conditions specified by the customer, or to default values. For normal operation it is not necessary to change the settings.

5.1

Installation of the unit

Before plugging the individual components into the SLIMLINE CARRIER and installing the latter in the 19" racking system cabinet, attention must be paid to the following points:

Attention! The entire power supply system must be disconnected from the supply voltages. Neither the main The entire power supply system must be disconnected from the supply voltages. Neither the mains (AC) nor the batteries (DC) may be connected and must be disconnected if they were con- nected.

Plug the components of the power supply system successively into the corresponding loca- tions in the SLIMLINE CARRIER. All electrical connections are established when the components are firmly pushed into the SLIMLINE CARRIER. The completely equipped SLIMLINE CARRIER must be inserted firmly into the 19" racking system cabinet and fixed with screws.

the 19" racking system cabinet and fixed with screws. Attention! The frontplate must be bolted on

Attention! The frontplate must be bolted on after equipping the SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 with the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 and the SLIMLINE CONTROL.

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

5.2 System connection

SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM 5.2 System connection Attention! The power-supply circuits (mains i nput cable, battery leads)

Attention! The power-supply circuits (mains input cable, battery leads) must be provided with a disconnecting device. The disconnecting de- vices must be readily accessible in the vicinity of the racking sys- tem.

If an external battery is connected, then the instructions concern- ing the installation and maintenance given by the manufacturer of the battery must be observed.

As protection against electric shock and lightning, etc., a potential equalisation line must be connected, if the SLIMLINE CARRIER is not firmly fixed in a reliably earthed cabinet. This connection must be made on the rear of the SLIMLINE CARRIER at the earth stud (M8).

The mains terminals are located on the mains filter at the rear of the SLIMLINE CAR- RIER. The mains input cable must be fuse protected in the user supply system.

Battery and loads are connected via the copper bars on the back of the SLIMLINE CAR- RIER.

Attention! Observe correct polarity! The batt ery connections must be short circuit proof! Observe correct polarity! The battery connections must be short circuit proof!

Provide adequate conductor cross section area to avoid excessive voltage drop on the bat- tery input line!

The terminals for the alarm, measuring and signal lines have a maximum capacity of 1.5 mm²/AWG16.

signal lines have a maximum capacity of 1.5 mm²/AWG16. Attention! The potential-free contacts have a current

Attention! The potential-free contacts have a current carrying capacity of 0.5 A / 60 V DC. Only a special type of temperature sensor may be fitted (2kΩ/25C° KTY81-210). This temperature sensor is available rea- dy for use with various line lengths.

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

5.3

Commissioning

Attention! Commissioning may be carried out only by properly instructed qualified personnel! Commissioning may be carried out only by properly instructed qualified personnel!

Attention! Before connecting the AC and DC supplies, check the following points: Before connecting the AC and DC supplies, check the following points:

 

Have all components of the power supply system been ad- justed, mounted and connected according to the specifica- tions?

Is the mains voltage within the tolerance range? (voltage, frequency) See the Section "Technical data"

Is the connected battery a 48 V lead accumulator battery?

 

Commissioning itself is carried out by:

1)

Connecting the mains

2)

Connecting the battery

After a few seconds, the system start-up is complete and the LED "SLIMLINE CARRIER 1500 ready for operation/operating" lights up.

6

Maintenance / repair

All the components of the power supply system have been developed for continuous opera- tion and are practically maintenance-free. To ensure correct functioning, it is recom- mended that the flow of cooling air is checked periodically and dust is removed from the units if necessary.

Attention! If servicing is carried out, the components may be exchanged only by instructed and qualified If servicing is carried out, the components may be exchanged only by instructed and qualified personnel!

The SLIMLINE CARRIERS 1500 may be removed and inserted during operation (hot- plug). However, this must be done steadily to avoid unnecessary contact burning. If there is only one SLIMLINE CARRIER 1500 in the power supply system and if no bat- tery is connected, the SLIMLINE CARRIER 1500 may only be pulled after the load has been switched off.

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7 Material and spare parts

If it is intended to extend the power supply system or if it is necessary to replace defective components, the individual components can be ordered, stating the number of parts re- quired and their part numbers.

Benning part

Designation

Remark

no.

583212

SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500

The mains filter is inte- grated

120358

SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500

48V/30A

583207

SLIMLINE CONTROL

506086

Frontplate

506084

Mounting flanges 2HE

For the mounting of 2 CARRIERS to one another For the mounting of 3 CARRIERS to one another For the mounting of the po- wer supply system in a 19“ or ETSI cabinet For the mounting of the po- wer supply system in a 19“ or ETSI cabinet For the mounting of the po- wer supply system in a 19“ or ETSI cabinet

506085

Mounting flanges 3HE

506081

Mounting angle 1HE

506083

Mounting angle 2HE

506093

Mounting angle 3HE

751276

Temperature sensor

1.6m

751146

Temperature sensor

2.5m

751308

Temperature sensor

5m

751202

Temperature sensor

10m

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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

8 Description of function

The power supply system feeds the connected DC loads and at the same time, if present, the 48 V lead accumulator battery circuits. Up to 3 SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 for each SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 and max. 3 SLIMLINE CARRIER 4500 are connected in pa- rallel within a system.

The connected AC voltage is applied via a mains filter to the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 inputs. The mains filter is provided chiefly for suppressing interference voltages pro- duced inside the power supply system, which would otherwise be transmitted out into the connected mains system. Various control loops in the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER 1500 keep the output voltage constant and ensure that the current drain from the mains is sinusoidal.

The SLIMLINE CONTROL controls the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER and the optionally con- nected distribution. The SLIMLINE CONTROL organizes the data traffic between the SLIMLINE RECTIFIER and the optionally insertable MCU. The potential-free error mes- sages "Urgent Fault“ and "Non-urgent Fault“ are issued by the SLIMLINE CONTROL with a time delay.

The operating state "Ready for operation" or "Fault" of the SLIMLINE RECTIFIERS 1500 is signalled by two LEDs on the front panel.

If the minimum load is not at least 5% of the rated load, a fault is indicated.

In the absence of external intervention the system is normally in the "float charging" opera- tion mode. The value of the float charge voltage is adjusted according to the actual temperature (-4 mV/°C/cell) when a battery temperature sensor is connected.

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9 Block diagram

Optional Optional Mains Rack Rack Signal fault botto top cable distribution SLIMLINE CONTROL urgent fault
Optional
Optional
Mains
Rack
Rack
Signal
fault
botto
top
cable
distribution
SLIMLINE CONTROL
urgent
fault
non-urgent
fault
Batt.temp.+
p.-Batt.tem
Control LVD (Distribution)
Control NPLD (Distribution)
Fault batt.circuit (Distribution)
Fault conn. circuit (Distribution)
Batt. current measuring
Rack I
Optional
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SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

Optional Optional Mains Rack Rack Signal fault botto top cable distribution Optional Rack II
Optional
Optional
Mains
Rack
Rack
Signal
fault
botto
top
cable
distribution
Optional
Rack II
SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

SLIMLINE MODULAR SYSTEM

Optional Mains Rack Rack Signal fault botto top cable distribution Optional Rack III
Optional
Mains
Rack
Rack
Signal
fault
botto
top
cable
distribution
Optional
Rack III
Operating instructions

Operating instructions

Remote Monitoring System

MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote Monitoring System MCU 2500   Date Designation   No. 4339en Issued:
 

Date

Designation

 

No. 4339en

Issued:

01.03.2006

TB-Telaar

Kocarek

p. 1/58p.

Revision:

       

Checked:

05.04.06

EW - Buschfort

   

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Contents

0

Safety notes and used symbols

4

1

General

5

2

Bus systems / interfaces

5

3

The components of the remote monitoring system

6

3.1

Base unit

9

3.2

ADBUS2 components

13

3.2.1

RELIO board

13

3.2.2

Measuring board TUII

16

3.2.3

Battery symmetry monitoring 60V

19

3.3

SAT-bus components

22

3.3.1

MCU-SAT relay box

24

3.3.2

MCU-SAT measuring box

26

3.3.3

MCU-SAT digital input box

27

3.3.4

DSP adapter / Multibus

28

3.3.5

EUE MCU satellite

29

3.4

I²C-BUS components

29

3.4.1

LED board

29

3.4.2

Graphic display

31

3.5

RS232 components

32

3.6

Spare serial interface components

33

4

Installation and commissioning

33

5

Operation of the graphic display

34

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

5.1

The main window

35

5.2

Menu structure

35

5.3

Main menu

46

5.4

The menu "Test menu"

48

5.5

The menu "Display setting"

48

5.6

Menu "System settings"

49

6

Battery test / Capacity test

57

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

0 Safety notes and used symbols

These operating instructions contain important information for the instal- lation, operation and maintenance of the remote monitoring system MCU 2500. The instructions must be retained and observed at all times!

Many different symbols are used for the individual components of the remote monitoring system and in these operating instructions; the following table shows the meaning of these symbols:

Indicates instructions which must be followed to avoid danger to persons! be followed to avoid danger to persons!

Indicates instructions which must be followed to avoid material da- mage.which must be followed to avoid danger to persons! All further symbols and pictograms are ex

All further symbols and pictograms are explained at the appropriate places in these operating instructions.

The components of the remote monitoring system MCU are de- signed as built-in units. The com ponents are electronic equipment that can lead voltage and signed as built-in units. The components are electronic equipment that can lead voltage and current which is dangerous for human be- ings.

For this reason, the following instructions must be followed at all times:

1. Installation, operation, maintenance and repair of the MCU should be carried out in strict accordance with the instructions in this document.

2. Ensure that only fully qualified and authorised personnel have access to the system; only this personnel may open the unit.

3. When working with the unit, use only properly insulated tools which are approved for the voltages in question.

4. All persons working with the unit must be familiar with first-aid meas- ures for accidents involving electricity.

5. The regulations of the local power-supply companies and all other appli- cable safety regulations must be observed at all times.

6. The passwords used for programming the unit must not be disclosed to unauthorised persons.

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

1 General

The remote monitoring system MCU 2500 is a microprocessor-controlled mo- nitoring and control device. With this system, it is possible to monitor and con- trol all the main components of a power supply system.

The link with the "outside world" is created via the serial interface. The MCU 2500 can be directly connected to a desktop computer (PC). The installed ser- vice software allows comprehensive monitoring and controlling of the power supply system. If the control desk is not local, the link with the computer can be created through the public telephone network or through a TCP/IP adapter and the internet using a modem.

The Remote Monitoring System MCU 2500 therefore allows more rational and efficient employment of maintenance and service personnel.

A flexible and user-dependent use as well as a significant volume reduction of

each individual system component have been the overall goal for the develop-

ment of the components for this new series .

2 Bus systems / interfaces

The data of the individual components are exchanged via different bus systems, dependent on the type and task of the respective component.

CPU-bus The CPU-bus efficiently connects two CPUs (master, slave) on the base unit

thus ensuring a simple and quick data exchange. Here, the user does not need

to observe anything special.

ADBUS2

The ADBUS2 connects decentralised peripheral components with the base u- nit. These are units with signalling relay and digital inputs, measuring boards with analogue inputs, battery symmetry monitoring units or earth fault moni- toring units. Each component has to be installed in direct vicinity (i.e. in the same cabinet) to the base unit.

vicinity (i.e. in the same cabinet) to the base unit. Attention! No more than 7 users

Attention! No more than 7 users may be connected to the ADBUS2!

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

I²C-bus This bus is used to connect the LED board and the graphic display to the base unit. Also here applies that LED board, display and base unit need to be in- stalled in the same cabinet.

SAT-bus The SAT-bus connects e.g. the rectifiers of the power supply system and fur- ther peripheral SAT-bus components (relay box, measuring box, digital input box) to the base unit. The components can be distributed over several cabinets.

RS232 interface This interface is used for external communication. A PC with the relevant ser- vice software is connected either directly to this interface or via the telephone network (modem) or the internet / network (TCP/IP adapter).

Spare serial interfaces The base unit can be optionally equipped to provide an additional serial inter- face. Presently, only one additional RS232 interface has been implemented.

only one additional RS 232 interface has been implemented. Attention! The ADBUS2 and the SAT-bus use

Attention! The ADBUS2 and the SAT-bus use the same terminal at the base unit. As soon as the first SAT-bus component has been connected, a further connection of an ABBUS2 component will not be possible anymore as the power supply will be interrupted for these compo- nents.

3 The components of the remote monitoring system

The remote monitoring system MCU 2500 consists of different hardware and software components. Some components are absolutely necessary, others are optional. The following description of all components allows a safe installation and commissioning of the system.

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

4

5

1 2 3
1 2
3

Figure 1.1: Basic structure of the remote monitoring system 2500

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

6 7 8 9 10 11 12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Figure 1.2: Basic structure of the remote monitoring system MCU 2500

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

1 Control station; PC with service software

2 TCP/IP adapter for the connection of the MCU 2500 to a computer network or the internet (as option to 1)

3 Modem for the connection of the MCU 2500 to a telephone network (as option to 1)

4 Base unit of the MCU 2500

5 Graphic display

6 Measuring board TUII (ADBUS2 component)

7 Relay box (SAT-bus component)

8 Battery symmetry monitoring (ADBUS2 component)

9 Digital input box (SAT-bus component)

10 RELIO board (ADBUS2 component)

11 Measuring box (SAT-bus component)

12 Power supply system with suitable components for the connection to

the SAT-bus (rectifier, inverter,

3.1 Base unit

)

The base unit is the core of the remote monitoring system. All other compo- nents are connected to this unit.

Generally, they are mounted on a DIN rail. The necessary supporting rail adap- ter has been already mounted at the factory.

Mounting on a carrier plate is also possible. The respective mounting dimen- sions can be found in the dimension diagram.

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 Figure 2: Dimension diagram of the base unit 01.03.2006

Figure 2:

Dimension diagram of the base unit

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

10

9

8

instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 10 9 8 7 6 Figure 3: Base board of

7

6

Figure 3:

Base board of the base unit

1 X110; RS232 interface 9-pole D-SUB connector

1

2

3

4

5

2 X3; 12V supply for an external modem

X3.1: +12V

2-pole screw terminal (M2); connection range: 0.14mm² - 1.5mm² / AWG28 – AWG16

X3.2: 0V(GND)

3 X2; ADBUS2/SAT-bus interface RJ-45 connector

0V(GND) 3 X2; ADBUS2/SAT-bus interface RJ-45 connector 4 LED "fault"; (red) Status lights flashes quickly

4 LED "fault"; (red)

Status

lights flashes quickly flashes shortly extinguishes shortly off

Meaning

fault or initialisation phase MCU is not connected to SAT-bus no fault; MCU is SAT-bus master fault; MCU is SAT-bus master no fault; MCU is user in the SAT-bus

MCU is SAT-bus master no fault; MCU is user in the SAT-bus 5 LED "operation"; (green)

5 LED "operation"; (green)

Status

Meaning

lights

normal operation

flashes quickly

no SAT-bus communication detected

off

severe fault of MCU

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Combinations of the LED statuses

lights lights
lights
lights

Meaning

initialisation phase; takes a few ms to some seconds

flashes quickly

 

flashes quickly

 

Meaning

MCU has started, SAT-bus not yet recognised

lights
lights

flashes quickly

Meaning

SAT-bus communication recognised, MCU waits for connection

lights
lights
off
off

Meaning

normal operation in the SAT-bus

lights
lights

flashes shortly

 

Meaning

normal operation with MCU as master (even during diagnosis operation via PC)

6 LEDs; indicators for BUS activities (for service only)

7 X20; I²C bus interface 5-pole plug for preconfigured data line

8 X1; supply of the base unit 3-pole screw terminal (M2);

connection range: 0.14mm² - 1.5mm² / AWG28 – AWG16

X1.1 (+)

35V

75V

X1.2 (-)

decoupled to X1.3

X1.3 (-)

decoupled to X1.2

9 X2.2; ADBUS2/SAT-bus interface RJ-45 connector

10 X21; I²C bus interface 5-pole plug for preconfigured data line

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.2

ADBUS2 components

ADBUS2 components can be regarded as hardware extension to the base unit. They are mounted directly in the cabinet on a DIN rail close to the measuring and monitoring locations. This reduces the extent of cabling work.

The components can be connected to each other and to the base unit with commercially available network cables (patch cable). The network cable sup- plies also the components. Usually, blue cables are used to distinguish them from the SAT-bus wiring.

The address assignment and/or the necessary configuration are realised with two jumpers only allowing the service technician to replace a component on si- te without having to take any further measures.

Attention! Some special features have to be observed due to the technical spe- cification of

Attention! Some special features have to be observed due to the technical spe- cification of the ADBUS2:

 

No more than 7 components may be connected

The max. length of the complete ADBUS2 must not exceed 3 m

An ADBUS2 component can not be connected downstream of a SAT-bus component as this would interrupt the supply

3.2.1

RELIO board

The RELIO board provides four relay outputs and eight digital inputs.

This boards additionally monitors the ADBUS2. If no valid communication can be detected for 10s, the relay K1 releases to the inactive status. If in the MCU the bus for data transfer is faulty (CPU-bus), then only relay K1 of the RELIO board with address 1 will release.

+ A maximum of 3 RELIO boards can be connected to the ADBUS2.

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

7

6

1

2

3

4
4

5

Figure 4:

RELIO board

110mm x 70mm

1 X2.2; ADBUS2/SAT-bus interface RJ-45 connector

2 X2; ADBUS2/SAT-bus interface RJ-45 connector

3 X3; 8 digital inputs 10-pole tension spring terminal; connection range: 0.2mm² - 1.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG14

connection range: 0.2mm² - 1.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG14 control voltages 24 VDC/20mA for digital inputs
connection range: 0.2mm² - 1.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG14 control voltages 24 VDC/20mA for digital inputs

control voltages 24VDC/20mA for digital inputs

8 (X3.2

digital input 1

control current approx. 2mA per input

X3.9)

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

4 X10; jumpers to configure the RELIO board

Possible configurations:

configuration is specified by EEPROM (programming) (not yet implemented)

RELIO board address 1

RELIO board address 2

RELIO board address 3

RELIO board taken completely out of service. This does not im- pair the bus traffic (board may remain connected), all relays, however, release. The LEDs have no function anymore.

5 X1; 4 relay outputs (K1, K2, K3, K4) 16-pole tension spring terminal; connection range: 0.2mm² - 1.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG14

connection range: 0.2mm² - 1.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG14 max. contact rating: 250VAC/6A 30VDC/max. 180W; 300VDC/max.

max. contact rating:

250VAC/6A

30VDC/max. 180W; 300VDC/max. 40W

6 LED (red)

Status

lights

flashes

flashes shortly

Meaning

RELIO board faulty; (disconnection due to bus error or wrong configuration) no connection to bus possible transmission indicator ADBUS2; normal opera- tion

7 LED (yellow)

Status

lights up and extin- guishes shortly flashes shortly

Meaning

receiving indicator ADBUS2, at least one relay released (fault message) receiving indicator ADBUS2, normal operation

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.2.2 Measuring board TUII

The measuring board provides four measurement inputs with a fixed assign- ment.

1 voltage measurement input

2 current measurement inputs

1 temperature measurement input

+ A maximum of 3 measuring boards can be connected to the AD-

BUS2.

6

5

4

1 2
1
2

3

Figure 5:

Measuring board TUII

65mm x 70mm

1 X2; ADBUS2/SAT-bus interface RJ-45 connector

2 X2.2; ADBUS2/SAT-bus interface RJ-45 connector

3 X1; 4 measurement inputs (1xU; 2xI; 1xT)) 9-pole tension spring terminal; connection range: 0.2mm² - 1.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG14

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 Terminal assignment: temperature measurement input current

Terminal assignment:

temperature measurement input current measurement input 2 current measurement input 1 voltage measurement input

X1.1:

voltage measurement

+(U+)

X1.2:

voltage measurement

-(U-)

X1.3:

not occupied

X1.4:

current measurement; shunt 1

+(S+)

X1.5:

current measurement; shunt 1

-(S-)

X1.6:

current measurement; shunt 2

+(S+)

X1.7:

current measurement; shunt 2

-(S-)

X1.8:

temperature measurement

+T

X1.9:

temperature measurement

-T

4 X10; jumpers to configure the measuring board

Possible configurations:

configuration is specified by EEPROM (programming) (not yet implemented)

measuring board address 1

measuring board address 2

measuring board address 3

calibration of the measuring board; can also be calibrated with the service software via the RS232 interface of the base unit

measuring board taken completely out of service. This does not impair the bus traffic (board may remain connected). The LEDs have no function anymore.

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

5 LED (red)

Status

lights

flashes

flashes shortly

6 LED (yellow)

Status

lights

flashes shortly

Meaning

measuring board faulty; (disconnection due to bus error or wrong configuration) no connection to bus possible transmission indicator ADBUS2; normal opera- tion

Meaning

temperature sensor failure receiving indicator ADBUS2, normal operation

Voltage measurement input:

Input range:

Measuring accuracy: ± 1%

The input values are processed with a sufficient accuracy to allow ap- plication in low-voltage systems. Current measurement input:

0

320V (bipolar)

Input range:

Measuring accuracy: ± 1%

The current measurement inputs are designed for 190% I N . Both shunts must be connected with S- to the same potential. They may, however, be located in the U+ or U- branch. Open shunt inputs create a positive measured value and should thus be jumped. Temperature measurement input:

0

110mV (U N = 60mV); shunt non-floating to U+ or U-

Temperature sensor:

Measuring accuracy:

2kΩ/25°C; KTY 81

± 1°C (-5°C to +55°C)

± 2°C (-30°C to +80°C)

The temperature sensor is connected to GND potential, i.e. always to the potential of the S-connection. This has to be taken into account par- ticularly for high-voltage systems! The measurement input does not have to be terminated with a resistor if no sensor is connected. A sensor fracture is only reported when a correct sensor has been detected which then got broken.

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.2.3 Battery symmetry monitoring 60V

The battery symmetry monitoring system (BATTS board) provides five meas- urement inputs. These can be used for monitoring a 60V battery with five 12V blocks or one 48V battery with four 12V blocks. Alternatively, two individual 48V batteries or 60V batteries can be monitored via a centre voltage tap.

or 60V batteries can be monitored via a centre voltage tap. A maximum of 5 battery

A maximum of 5 battery symmetry monitoring systems can be con- nected to the ADBUS2.

Figure 6:

6

5

4

1 2
1
2

3

65mm x 70mm

Battery symmetry monitoring (BATTS board)

1 X2; ADBUS2/SAT-bus interface RJ-45 connector

2 X2.2; ADBUS2/SAT-bus interface RJ-45 connector

3 X4; 5 measurement inputs (U1, U2, U3, U4, U5) 6-pole spring tension terminal; connection range: 0.2mm² - 1.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG14

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 Terminal assignment: X4.1: measurement input U5 X4.2:

Terminal assignment:

X4.1:

measurement input U5

X4.2:

measurement input U4

X4.3:

measurement input U3

X4.4:

measurement input U2

X4.5:

measurement input U1

X4.6:

GND (0 potential)

4 X1; jumpers to configure the BATTS board

Possible configurations:

configuration is specified by EEPROM (programming) (not yet implemented), both LEDs are flashing

BATTS board address 1

BATTS board address 2

BATTS board address 3

BATTS board address 4

BATTS board address 5

Calibration of the BATTS board (at 36V);

LED (red) on, LED (yellow) off:

LED (red) off, LED (yellow) on:

calibration running calibration terminated

BATTS board taken completely out of service. This does not impair the bus traffic (board may remain connected). The LEDs have no function anymore.

5 LED (red)

Status

lights

flashes

flashes shortly

Meaning

BATTS board faulty; (disconnection due to bus error or wrong configuration) no connection to bus possible transmission indicator ADBUS2; normal opera- tion

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

6

LED (yellow)

Status

Meaning

flashes shortly

receiving indicator ADBUS2, normal operation

Each measurement input U1 – U5 is able to measure voltages of 0 – 72VDC.

input U1 – U5 is ab le to measure voltages of 0 – 72VDC. Attention! The

Attention! The measurement inputs may not be connected to negative voltages, referred to GND.

The following pictures show 3 examples of a possible battery symmetry moni- toring system.

of a possible battery symmetry moni- toring system. Figure 7: Monitoring of a 60V battery with

Figure 7:

Monitoring of a 60V battery with individual block measurement

of a 60V battery with individual block measurement Figure 8: Monitoring of 2 batteries with earthed

Figure 8:

Monitoring of 2 batteries with earthed plus terminal

8: Monitoring of 2 batteries with earthed plus terminal Figure 9: Monitoring of 2 batteries with

Figure 9:

Monitoring of 2 batteries with earthed minus terminal

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.3 SAT-bus components

The SAT bus components consist of, among others, measured value recording and signalling components (relay box, measuring box, digital input box). They can be mounted directly in the cabinet on a DIN rail close to the measuring and monitoring locations. The necessary supporting rail adapter has already been mounted at the factory. Mounting on a carrier plate is also possible. The re- spective mounting dimensions can be found in the dimension diagram.

The components have to connected with each other by means of special SAT- bus cables. These differ from commercially available network cables only by their PIN assignment.

The components are configured via an internal programming which has been implemented in the factory.

The mechanical design of the three components is identical.

∅ 3.6
∅ 3.6

Figure 10: Dimension diagram of a SAT-bus component

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

1 2 3
1
2
3

1 Earth stud (M4 x 17)

2 X20; SAT-bus interface; RJ-45 connector

3 X21; SAT-bus interface; RJ-45 connector

4 5 6
4
5
6

Figure 11: Top view of a SAT-bus component

4 X300; supply of the SAT-bus component 3-pole screw terminal (M3); connection range: 0.2mm² - 2.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG12

(M3); connection range: 0.2mm² - 2.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG12 Terminal assignment: X300.1: ( + )

Terminal assignment:

X300.1: (+)

18VDC

75DCV or

75VDC

270VDC

depending on the type X300.2: not occupied X300.3: (-)

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.3.1 MCU-SAT relay box

The MCU-SAT relay box is provided with 8 potential free signalling contacts. The contacts may be operated with different potentials.

See Figure 11:

5 X5; terminal of the potential free signalling contacts (K5 16-pole screw terminal (M3); connection range: 0.2mm² - 2.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG12

K8)

6 X4; terminal of the potential free signalling contacts (K1 16-pole screw terminal (M3); connection range: 0.2mm² - 2.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG12

K4)

Terminal assignment:

- 2.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG12 K4) Terminal assignment: + Maximum contact ratings: 250 V AC/8

+ Maximum contact ratings: 250 V AC/8 A

– AWG12 K4) Terminal assignment: + Maximum contact ratings: 250 V AC/8 A 01.03.2006 - TB-Telaar
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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Legend

Deutsche

Englisch

Gleichstrom-Lastgrenzkurve

DC current load limit curve

Ohmsche Last

Ohmic load

Schaltspannung

Voltage switched

Schaltstrom

Current switched

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.3.2 MCU-SAT measuring box

The MCU-SAT measuring box can be equipped with 5 voltage, current or tem- perature measuring modules.

See Figure 11:

6 X4; terminal for the measuring modules (A1

A5)

16-pole screw terminal (M3); connection range: 0.2mm² - 2.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG12

Terminal assignment:

0.2mm² - 2.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG12 Terminal assignment: The actual design is indicated at the

The actual design is indicated at the measuring box. In the example shown a- bove the measurement channels are fit with the following measuring modules:

A1, A2, A3:

current measuring module

A4:

voltage measuring module

A5:

temperature measuring module

This results in the following terminal assignment:

X4:1-X4:2; X4:4-X4:5; X4:7-X4:8

one 60mV shunt each

X4:10-X4:11

measured voltage 0VDC

270VDC

X4:13-X4:14

temperature sensor 2kΩ/25°C

(KTY81-210)

+ All measurement inputs are isolated!

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.3.3 MCU-SAT digital input box

The digital input box is provided with 24 digital inputs

See Figure 11:

5 X5; terminal for the digital inputs (DI13

DI24) and the 24V control

voltage of the inputs 16-pole screw terminal (M3); connection range: 0.2mm² - 2.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG12

6 X4; terminal for the digital inputs (DI1

DI12) and the 24V control

voltage of the inputs 16-pole screw terminal (M3); connection range: 0.2mm² - 2.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG12

Terminal assignment:

0.2mm² - 2.5mm² / AWG24 – AWG12 Terminal assignment: + The terminals X4:13 X4:16 and X5:13

+ The terminals X4:13

X4:16 and X5:13

X5:16 are put to the

same potential. The maximum output current at the terminals co- mes to 240 mA and is sufficient for the 24 digital inputs.

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.3.4 DSP adapter / Multibus

The SAT-Bus component "DSP adapter / Multibus" can be used to connect e.g. a DSP inverter system of the TEBEVERT series to the MCU.

As standard, the unit is prepared with an adapter for the supporting rails for mounting on a DIN rail. Fastening on a mounting plate is also possible.

a DIN rail. Fastening on a mounting plate is also possible. Figure 12: Dimension diagra m

Figure 12: Dimension diagram DSP adapter / Multibus

+ More information on the structure, assembly, connections and sig- nalling system can be found in the operating instructions no. 4186.

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.3.5

EUE MCU satellite

The EUE MCU satellite is an optional unit which can be installed in electronic switch-over devices of the STATIC BY-PASS series. The MCU and the ser- vice software allow to transmit statuses and measured values of the electronic switch-over device or the inverter system to the SAT-bus.

+

More information can be found in the operating instructions no.

 

3918.

3.4

I²C-BUS components

Additional peripheral components are connected to the MCU via the I²C bus interfaces of the base unit. These peripherals are an LED board and a graphic display. Faults and operating statuses (LED board) or measured values (dis- play) are indicated or signalled; they are also used for changing or triggering threshold values, settings, charging statuses, battery test etc. (via key on the graphic display). The components have to connected with each other by means of special, pre- configured data lines. The components are usually installed behind the front door of the power supply system.

3.4.1

LED board

The meaning of the 13 LEDs is established by a configuration file (filter) and depends on the signalling philosophy of the system. The general meaning is however fixed according to the colour of the LEDs by the standard IEC 73/DIN VDE 0199. The following therefore applies:

RED

Danger or alarm

Warning of potential dangers or statuses which require immediate action or close observation of the status in question.

YELLOW

Caution

Changes or imminent changes of the normal operating conditions

GREEN

Safety

Indicates safe operating conditions or further operational procedure release

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

1 2 3 4
1
2
3
4

Figure 13: LED board

1

13 LEDs for signalling faults and operating statuses; programmable

2.3

X2, X1; I²C bus interface 5-pole plug for preconfigured data line

4

RESET key / LED test By pressing the RESET key, all programmed hold functions for the fil- ter events, the relays and the LEDs are deleted. Keep this key pressed for about 3 seconds to perform such an LED test. Test duration approx. 3 seconds

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.4.2 Graphic display

On the 4 buttons of the graphic display, all the release statuses and measured values of the power supply system can be displayed or set. Critical menu levels are accessible by means of a password only. The operation and function of the input buttons and the meaning of the statuses and values indicated will be ex- plained later in more detail.

The meaning of the 4 LEDs above the display is fixed.

operation alarm
operation
alarm

battery operation

urgent alarm

Note:

In systems with SAT rectifiers, the signal "Battery operation" is controlled by the calculation of the battery current. If the battery current is negative (battery is being discharged) the LED "Battery operation" lights up and the LED "Operation" goes out.

In systems with standard rectifiers (without satellite) voltage- dependent monitoring is carried out. Battery operation is resumed when U Batt. <2.1V/cell and there is a mains or rectifier failure. Normal operation is assumed when U Batt. rises again above 1.95 V/cell and when no mains or rectifier fault is present.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Figure 14: Graphic display

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

1 LED "operation";

monitoring system MCU 2500 1 LED "operation"; 2 LED "battery operation" 3 LED "alarm" 4
monitoring system MCU 2500 1 LED "operation"; 2 LED "battery operation" 3 LED "alarm" 4

2 LED "battery operation"

3 LED "alarm"

2 LED "battery operation" 3 LED "alarm" 4 LED "urgent alarm" 5 Graphic display 6 X2;
2 LED "battery operation" 3 LED "alarm" 4 LED "urgent alarm" 5 Graphic display 6 X2;

4 LED "urgent alarm"

5 Graphic display

6 X2; I²C bus interface 5-pole plug for preconfigured data line

7 Keys for operating the display menu

3.5 RS232 components

The RS232 components are used for external communication. These are com- ponents which have not been developed particularly for being used in a remote monitoring system. They are always connected via the 9-pole D-SUB plug X110 of the base unit.

External modem The connection of the remote monitoring system to the public telephone net- work can be established via an analogue modem. A high-speed modem has been tested and released especially for the industrial use. (PSTN modem V.90-highspeed; MicroLink 56ki; part no. 787663)

MCU-TCP/IP adapter The connection of the remote monitoring system to a computer network or the internet can be established via a suitable MCU-TCP/IP adapter. (part no.

520421)

Service PC The software TEBE MCU Service (item no. 545740) installed on the service PC can be used for a detailed monitoring of the power supply system and a modification of the system parameters. There are no special requirements to the hardware. A WINDOWS operating system (as from WINDOWS 9x) will be sufficient.

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

3.6

Spare serial interface components

To cover a wide range of the hardware and software interfaces currently used and the related data records and to extend the possible applications, more com- ponents for the optional use in the MCU base unit have already been imple- mented or are being planned.

These are:

RS232 interface

 

USB interface

TCP/IP SNMP interface

CAN-bus interface

internal modem (analogue)

internal modem (ISDN)

internal modem (GSM)

4

Installation and commissioning

After the assembly, the connection and the commissioning of the remote moni- toring system MCU 2500 all the components are fully ready for operation.

MCU 2500 a ll the components are fully ready for operation. Attention! The safety instructions must

Attention! The safety instructions must be observed at all times during assem- bly, installation and commissioning!

The components of the MCU are designed to be operated in closed dry rooms. The maximum permissible ambient temperature is 40°C. Attention must be paid that the components are not exposed to aggressive substances and the pas- sage of cooling air is not hampered.

To enable you to carry out the commissioning, the entire power supply system with all the components belonging to the MCU has to be wired and connected to the power supply system. When the initialisation phase has been terminated, the display shows a measured value of the system.

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

5 Operation of the graphic display

Each menu item can be called with the four function keys under the display and settings can be made. However, some menu items are protected by a password. Return to the basic status takes place automatically from any menu item when no button has been actuated for about 1 minute.

item when no button has been actuated for about 1 minute. Figure 15: Display with function

Figure 15: Display with function keys

Function button assignments on selecting the individual menu items

button assignments on se lecting the individual menu items Conformation of the selected menu item Return

Conformation of the selected menu item

Return to next higher menu level.

Selection of individual menu items within a menu level

Function button assignments for entering the password

level Function button assignments for entering the password Selecting a position Changing a position 01.03.2006 -

Selecting a position

Changing a position

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Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

5.1 The main window

The display is able to show 3 different measured values in the basic status. The type of measured value to be displayed is specified in the respective submenu .

UV [ 29] IV [ 30] DZ [ 92] = 48.0V I = 21.1A 17:16:42
UV [ 29]
IV [ 30]
DZ [ 92]
= 48.0V
I = 21.1A
17:16:42
14.02.2006

The example above shows load voltage, load current and date/time.

Press the keys ues. Press the key

current and date/time. Press the keys ues. Press the key to change betw een the 3

to change between the 3 specified measured val-

to return to the main menu.

5.2 Menu structure

All applications have the same menu structure with the individual menu levels and menu items. Only the assignment and meaning of the digital inputs, the measured values and the type of SAT-bus users depend on the individual appli- cation.

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Logfile [ 1] 09.02.06 – 11:31:48 Delete logfile? SAT-bus status 25]: Mains failure active [
Logfile [ 1]
09.02.06
– 11:31:48
Delete logfile?
SAT-bus status
25]: Mains failure
active
[
Logfile [ 15]
09.02.06
– 11:31:48
Delete logfile?
Digital input
[
40]: URGERR
active
IV [ 30]
I = 21.1A

TA [ 60]

T = 20.0°C

DZ [ 92]

17:16:42

14.02.2006

Main menu

Logfile

Measured value display Digital inputs Reset hold function Status of components Test menu Display setting System settings

Main menu

Logfile

Measured value display

Digital inputs Reset hold function Status of components Test menu Display setting System settings

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Main menu

Logfile Measured value display

Digital inputs

Reset hold function Status of components Test menu Display setting System settings

URGERR [ 40]

=

active

Display setting System setting s URGERR [ 40] = active MCUBUS [ 44] = active MOD

MCUBUS [ 44]

=

active

MOD [ 45]

=

inactive

BATNOK [ 51]

=

inactive

Main menu Logfile Measured value display Digital inputs Delete hold function? Reset hold function Status
Main menu
Logfile
Measured value display
Digital inputs
Delete hold function?
Reset hold function
Status of components
Test menu
Display setting
System settings
Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 Main menu Logfile Measured value display Digital inputs

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Main menu Logfile Measured value display Digital inputs Reset hold function Status of components Component
Main menu
Logfile
Measured value display
Digital inputs
Reset hold function
Status of components
Component [S]
Test menu
=
02
Display setting
System settings
Component [m]
=
25
Component [M]
=
26
Component [R]
=
27

Status mask

Test mode Configuration phase Watchdog reset Bus error Master Timeout Fan fault Wrong command Current failure Temp. sensor faulty Mains failure Unit does not respond Unit fault Overvoltage Overtemperature Unit switched off

Unit does not respond Unit fault Overvoltage Overtemperature Unit switched off 01.03.2006 - TB-Telaar 38/58 4339
Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 Operating mode Battery test start Battery test end

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating mode

Battery test start Battery test end Charge Float charging Direct feeding Equalise charging

Password 1 Test menu *** Operating mode − Relay test
Password 1
Test menu
***
Operating mode
Relay test

Main menu

Logfile Measured value display Digital inputs Reset hold function Status of components

Test menu

Display setting

System settings

Relay test

Relay 1

Relay 2

Relay 3

 

Relay 16

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 Main menu Logfile Measured value display Digital inputs

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Main menu

Logfile Measured value display Digital inputs Reset hold function Status of components Test menu

Display setting

System settings

Language ♦ German English UV [ 29] French = 29 Display settings IV [ 30]
Language
♦ German
English
UV [ 29]
French
=
29
Display settings
IV [ 30]
Language
LED test
Measured value display 1
Measured value display 2
Measured value display 3
Brightness
Contrast
Illumination period
=
30
Brightness
=
100%
WR [ 31]
=
31
Contrast
DZ [ 92]
=
80%
=
92
Illumination period
=
10 s
Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 Main menu Logfile Measured value display Digital inputs

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Main menu

Logfile Measured value display Digital inputs Reset hold function Status of components Test menu Display setting

System settings

First rated shunt value

I= 100 A

Password 2 System settings *** First rated shunt value − B1 [ 0] = 0
Password 2
System settings
***
First rated shunt value
B1 [ 0]
= 0
Configuration flags
No modem connected
Sensor op. MCU
Autom. battery test
No SAT-bus rect.
Battery test with 2 batt.
Contin. control centre call
Rec. to both contr. centres
Batt. cap. at MFT
Record via service port
ADBUS-SATs connected
Record for unit failure
Second rated shunt value
Number of batt. cells
Delay times
Batt. test parameter
Channel battery sensor
Configuration flag
Flags fault eval.
GSR setting
LED hold function
Relay hold function
Redundancy n+x
Redundancy reset
Date
Time
Password 1
Password 2
A
B
E
F
G
H
I
K
L
M
N

Second rated shunt value

I= 60 A

Number of batt. cells

= 24

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 SVA delay = 10 s SVB delay =

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

SVA delay = 10 s SVB delay = 60 s A B SVC delay =
SVA delay
= 10 s
SVB delay
= 60 s
A
B
SVC delay
= 0 s
Delay times
Batt. test parameter
SVA delay
SVB delay
SVC delay
Relay test duration
Monitor. message
Line engaged
Redundancy error
Relay test duration
= 100 s
Monitor. message
= 60 s
Battery test duration
Abort voltage
Voltage channel 1
Current channel 1
Voltage channel 2
Current channel 2
Batt. test interval
Init. date
Next battery test
Line engaged
= 75 s
Redundancy error
= 30 s

Battery test duration

= 60 min

Abort voltage

= 1.81 V/cell

UV [ 29]

= 29

IV [ 30]

= 30

[255]

= 255

[255]

= 255

Batt. test interval

00.03.00

dd.mm.yy

Batt. test interval 00.03.00 dd.mm.yy Init. date 01.01.2006 dd.mm.yy Next battery test 01.04.2006

Init. date

01.01.2006

dd.mm.yy

Batt. test interval 00.03.00 dd.mm.yy Init. date 01.01.2006 dd.mm.yy Next battery test 01.04.2006

Next battery test

01.04.2006

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 E Status mask Fan fault Mains failure Unit

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

E

Status mask
Status mask

Fan fault Mains failure Unit fault Overvoltage Unit switched off

Flags fault eval.

Fault mask

SVA mask

SVB mask

SVC mask

Status mask

Test mode Configuration phase

Watchdog reset Bus error Master Timeout Fan fault Wrong command Current failure Temp. sensor faulty Mains failure Unit does not respond Unit fault

Overtemperature Unit switched off

Overvoltage

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 F GSR setting Input channel IV [ 30]

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 F GSR setting Input channel IV [ 30] Lower
F GSR setting Input channel IV [ 30] Lower limit = 30 Upper limit Hysteresis
F
GSR setting
Input channel
IV [ 30]
Lower limit
= 30
Upper limit
Hysteresis
GSR number
Filter mask
= 1
Lower limit
WR [ 31]
= 48.0
= 31
GSR number
Upper limit
= 2
= 100.0
Hysteresis
PV [ 90]
= 0.5
= 90
GSR number
Filter mask
= 5

Generally enabled SVA link SVB link Insert mess. text Trigger message SVC link No access to MCU

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500 G H I LED hold function Relay hold

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

G H I LED hold function Relay hold function Redundancy n+x LED 1 LED 2
G
H
I
LED hold function
Relay hold function
Redundancy n+x
LED 1
LED 2
LED 3
Relay 1
Relay 2
Relay 3
= 1
LED 17
Relay 15
LED 18
Relay 16
K
L
M, N
Date
Time
New password
16.02.2006
08:47:06
***
dd.mm.yy
hh:mm:ss
Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

Operating instructions Remote monitoring system MCU 2500

5.3 Main menu

Press the key

Press the key to return from the basic status to the main menu.

to return from the basic status to the main menu.

"Logfile"

An event history of all status changes is stored in the logfile. Up to 200 of the last status changes can be read out using a circular buffer. A threshold can be set to allow a warning for the number of past status changes.

to allow a warning for the num ber of past status changes. Sequence number of the

Sequence number of the logfile entry

Logfile [ 1]

09.02.06 – 11:31:48 SAT-bus status [ 25]: Mains failure active

Date and time of logfile entry

Fault class: SAT-bus status or digital input

Event description