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ITS1000M (Mini-shelter) V100R003C02 Product Description Issue 03 Date 2013-06-19 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

ITS1000M (Mini-shelter)

V100R003C02

Product Description

Issue

03

Date

2013-06-19

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

ITS1000M (Mini-shelter) V100R003C02 Product Description Issue 03 Date 2013-06-19 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
ITS1000M (Mini-shelter) V100R003C02 Product Description Issue 03 Date 2013-06-19 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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ITS1000M (Mini-shelter) Product Description

About This Document

About This Document

Purpose

This document describes the Mini-shelter in terms of its positioning, benefits, architecture, application scenarios, typical configuration, and technical specifications.

Intended Audience

This document is intended for:

Sales engineers

System engineers

Technical support personnel

Symbol Conventions

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Symbol

Description

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About This Document

Change History

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

Issue 03 (20130619)

This is the third official release.

Modified the feature of the feeder window in section 2.2.7 "Optional Components."

Issue 02 (20121204)

This is the second official release.

Add ports description.

Modify HTTP to HTTPS.

Modify "monitored remotely" to "managed remotely".

Delete "Telecom protocol".

Issue 01 (20120730)

This is the first official release.

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Contents

Contents

About This Document

ii

1 Overview

1

1.1 Positioning

1

1.2 Benefits

1

1.3 Network Diagrams

3

2 Architecture

6

2.1 Overview

6

2.1.1

System Architecture

6

2.2 Assembly Cabinet

8

2.2.1 Cabinet Appearance

8

2.2.2 Temperature Control Door

11

 

2.2.3 Rack

12

2.2.4 Door Lock

13

 

2.2.5 Base

13

2.2.6 Cabinet Lamp

14

2.2.7 Optional Components

15

2.3 Temperature Control System

17

2.3.1 Intelligent Heat Exchanger

17

2.3.2 Heat Exchanger

19

2.3.3 Natural Ventilation Unit

21

 

2.3.4 TEC

22

2.3.5 AC Air Conditioner and DC Air Conditioner

24

 

2.3.6 Heater

26

2.3.7 Air Conditioner Controller

28

2.4 Monitoring System

29

2.5 Power Distribution System and Power System

30

 

2.5.1 ACDB

30

2.5.2 DCDU

31

2.5.3 Power System

32

2.5.4 Maintenance Socket (Optional)

38

2.6 Cables

38

2.6.1

Power Cables

39

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2.6.2 Ground Cables

39

2.6.3 Signal Cables

40

2.7

Ground System

41

3 Application Scenarios

43

4 Typical Configuration

45

5 Technical Specifications

50

5.1 Environmental Specifications

50

5.2 Engineering Specifications

50

5.3 Cable Layout Principle

52

6 Acronyms and Abbreviations

55

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1 Overview

1

Overview

1.1 Positioning

The ITS1000M V100R003C02 (Mini-shelter for short) is a complete solution that provides an appropriate operating environment and security system for outdoor communications sites. The Mini-shelter is characterized by easy site determination, energy saving and emission reduction, quick deployment, and smooth evolution. The Mini-shelter integrates Huawei communications equipment, a power system, alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) power distribution devices, storage batteries, and surge protection and grounding devices. It can also be used as a functional cabinet such as a power supply cabinet, a battery cabinet, and a transmission cabinet.

The Mini-shelter is an outdoor shelter with strong housing capability. Any devices that meet the space and power consumption requirements for the Mini-shelter can be installed, including devices from other vendors. The Mini-shelter provides comprehensive temperature control units (TCUs) such as the heat exchanger, intelligent DC/AC heat exchanger, thermoelectric cooler (TEC), IP55/IP34 natural ventilation unit, DC air conditioner, and AC air conditioner to meet temperature control requirements for different compartments. This helps operators to implement energy saving and emission reduction plans.

The Mini-shelter provides cabinets with different heights, diverse temperature control modes, and intelligent monitoring, and meets multiple market requirements.

The Mini-shelter can be integrated in factories or warehouses, shipped pre-assembled, and hoisted onsite. It can also be shipped in separate packages and assembled onsite, which is applicable in areas like on rooftops and hilltops that are tough to access with vehicles and cranes.

1.2 Benefits

Table 1-1 shows the benefits of the Mini-shelter.

Table 1-1 The benefits of the Mini-shelter

Item

Benefits

Remarks

Mini-shelter

Easy site

Has small dimensions with a compact structure. Each unit of the Mini-shelter occupies only 1 m 2 (10.76 ft 2 ).

determination

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Item

Benefits

Remarks

   

Applicable to various site scenarios, such as a rooftop site, street site, suburb site, or a site shared by different operators' devices.

Flexible

Can house devices from multiple vendors.

product

Supports side-by-side or back-to-back capacity expansion and smooth devices evolution.

combination,

diverse

requirement

Temperature control doors for Mini-shelters with the same height are the same in support dimensions and installation dimensions.

support

Wide rang of application scenarios

With modular design, the Mini-shelter provides basic functional compartments. The Mini-shelter can also be combined flexibly to meet different customer requirements.

High

Features low capital expenditure (CAPEX), compared with equipment rooms and shelters.

integration and

low cost

Requires fewer cables between devices, helping reduce engineering costs.

Has strong housing capability and supports a high level of integration for multiple auxiliary devices so that the site is neat and orderly.

Quick

Can be assembled in factories or warehouses and then shipped as pre-assembled or can also be shipped in separate packages and then assembled onsite.

deployment

and increased

Return on

Investment

Assembling a Mini-shelter with three units (without installing devices and connecting cables) requires about 8 person-hours.

Requires a much smaller engineering scale, compared with traditional equipment rooms and shelters.

(ROI)

Cabinet

Low heat

The wall of the Mini-shelter is made of 45 mm (1.77 in.) highly adiabatic sandwich panel, which has a minor heat bridge, reduces heat exchange, and saves energy. The adiabatic design enables the Mini-shelter to house various temperature control devices and apply to more scenarios.

exchange

coefficient, free

from solar

irradiation and

awning

It has been proved by tests that the Mini-shelter suffers minor solar irradiation and does not need an awning. Shows as the Table 1-2.

Carrier-class

Components of the Mini-shelter use carrier-class design to ensure safety and reliability.

design and

improved

Device safety is ensured and devices run reliably.

reliability

Temperature

Independent

The equipment compartment and battery compartment use different temperature control devices, which saves energy and reduces the

control

temperature

control and

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Item

Benefits

Remarks

 

energy saving

operational expenditure (OPEX).

The equipment compartment provides passive cooling (such as a heat exchanger and natural ventilation unit) and active cooling (such as an intelligent heat exchanger and two air conditioners working in redundancy mode) to meet various application requirements.

Independent temperature control (TEC, DC air conditioner, and AC air conditioner) for the battery compartment ensures that storage batteries operate at a temperature lower than 30°C.

Install and

The temperature control system is integrated in the Mini-shelter and mounted on the door, and less maintenance operations.

maintain easily

Long lifespan

The Mini-shelter can be used for 8-10 years, which meets the requirements of the telecom industry.

Monitoring

The (site monitoring unit) SMU reports alarms over RS485 ports or dry contacts.

The SMU monitors environmental parameters, Boolean values, and analog parameters.

Environmental

The Mini-shelter complies with RoHS standards.

friendliness

Table 1-2 The test result of solar irradiation

Solution

Solar Irradiation

Temperature Rise

 

Solar

Intensity

Top

Middle

Bottom

Irradiation

Mini-shelter

> 1120 W/m 2

4.5 K

2.7

K

1.2

K

27.86

K

Metal sheet cabinet

1036 W/m 2

12.1 K

7.1

K

3.2

K

397.9

K

1.3 Network Diagrams

Typical Mini-shelter Network Diagram

Figure 1-1 shows a typical network diagram of the Mini-shelter.

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Figure 1-1 Typical network diagram of the Mini-shelter

Figure 1-1 Typical network diagram of the Mini-shelter Typical Site Network Diagram Figure 1-2 shows a

Typical Site Network Diagram

Figure 1-2 shows a typical site network diagram composed by site subsystems. The dashed line box is the Mini-shelter.

The interfaces between the Mini-shelter and other systems are as follows:

Integrated telecommunication shelter (ITS) foundation between the Mini-shelter and the civil engineering part of the site

Cable ladder between the Mini-shelter and the tower

Power cables to the energy plant system and mains source

Power cables and signal cables to external communications and transmission equipment

Ground cable to the ground grid

Installation ports between the Mini-shelter and internal devices in the Mini-shelter

The shape and mode of the Mini-shelter vary according to system configurations and applications scenarios.

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Figure 1-2 Site network diagram

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2

Architecture

2.1 Overview

Figure 2-1 shows the Mini-shelter architecture.

Figure 2-1 Mini-shelter architecture

architecture. Figure 2-1 Mini-shelter architecture 2.1.1 System Architecture The Mini-shelter system is

2.1.1 System Architecture

The Mini-shelter system is composed of an assembly cabinet and other components.

The assembly cabinet consists of the temperature control door, rack, and cabinet. Temperature control doors are selected based on the device heat emission, range of operating temperatures, and ambient temperatures. Racks are selected based on the device installation mode. Cabinets are selected based on the required installation space.

Devices in the Mini-shelter include storage batteries, the power system, communications equipment, environment monitoring unit, and AC and DC distribution devices. The devices must be compatible with the temperature control door, rack, and cabinet.

Table 2-1 Mini-shelter system architecture

System Architecture

Component

Assembly

Temperature

IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 120 mm axial fans)

cabinet

control door

IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 175 mm centrifugal

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System Architecture

Component

     

fans)

IP55 natural ventilation unit (two 175 mm centrifugal fans, mounted on a door)

HX02

HX02+IP34 natural ventilation unit

HX02+TEC

HX04

HX05

 

TEC

AH1500

AH1500D

AH3000

AH3000D

AH1500+TEC

PC500D

PC500

AH1500+PC500D

AH1500D+PC500D

HXC70S

HXC70S+IP34 natural ventilation unit

HXC70S+TEC

Rack

19-inch rack

Base transceiver station (BTS) rack

Combination racks (19-inch rack + battery rack)

Battery rack (with a one -layer, two-layer, and three-layer pallet)

Cabinet

One unit

Two units

Three units

1+1 unit

1+1+1 unit

 

Storage

2 V absorbed glass mat (AGM) or gel batteries

batteries

12 V AGM

Power system

Subracks, power supply units (PSUs), SMU, alarm interface board, and alarm monitoring cables

Devices

Environment

Main monitoring devices, sensors, power cables, and sensor cables

monitoring unit

AC and DC distribution devices

Alternating current distribution box (ACDB) including Class B surge protection device (SPD)

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System Architecture

Component

   

Direct current distribution unit (DCDU)

Direct current distribution box (DCDB)

Communicatio

Indoor macro NodeB

ns equipment

Distributed NodeB with built-in RRUs

and

transmission

Distributed NodeB with external RRUs

equipment

Data communication cabinet (CX600-X1, CX600-X2)

Transmission cabinet housing the optical switch node (OSN), radio transmission node (RTN), and Metro

Air conditioner

N/A

controller

2.2 Assembly Cabinet

The assembly cabinet consists of the temperature control door, rack, cabinet, and other components. The assembly cabinet can be flexibly configured and assembled.

2.2.1 Cabinet Appearance

The cabinet has two basic configurations: configuration A and configuration B. They can be extended based on the device configuration.

Figure 2-2 shows the two physical configurations of the Mini-shelter.

Configuration A is applicable to scenarios with devices or storage batteries. The devices and storage batteries cannot be installed at the same time.

If equipment is installed, the HX02, HXC70S, HX04, HX05, AH1500, IP34 natural ventilation unit (only if RRUs are installed) or IP55 natural ventilation unit, AH1500, and AH1500D, AH3000, or AH3000D can be used for temperature control.

If storage batteries are installed, the IP34 natural-ventilation unit, TEC, and DC or AC air conditioner can be used for temperature control.

Configuration B is applicable to scenarios where equipment is installed in the upper part and storage batteries are installed in the lower part. The HX02, HXC70S, IP55 natural ventilation unit, and AH1500 or AH1500D can be used for the upper part, and the IP34 natural ventilation unit, TEC, and DC or AC air conditioner can be used for the lower part.

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Figure 2-2 Mini-shelter physical configurations

Figure 2-2 Mini-shelter physical configurations By combining the two basic configurations, the Mini-shelter

By combining the two basic configurations, the Mini-shelter can form various solutions, as shown in Figure 2-3.

Figure 2-3 Combined configurations for the Mini-shelter

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Cabinet Description

The Mini-shelter has four types of unit cabinets. Capacity can be extended by combining several unit cabinets.

Dimensions of the cabinet shows as Figure 2-4.

Figure 2-4 Dimensions of the cabinet

shows as Figure 2-4 . Figure 2-4 Dimensions of the cabinet Table 2-2 describes cabinets of

Table 2-2 describes cabinets of the Mini-shelter.

Table 2-2 Mini-shelter cabinet description

Cabinet Type

Description

1.5

m high

The device space in the cabinet is 26 U.

cabinet

A maximum of one 2 V, 400 Ah battery string or 26 U 19-inch equipment can be installed in the cabinet. When the cabinet houses equipment, the communications equipment, environment monitoring unit, power system, DCDU, base band unit (BBU), and transmission equipment can be configured.

Available space dimensions (W x D x H) in the cabinet are 800 mm x

800

mm x 1200 mm.

Dimensions (W x D x H) of the unit cabinet (including the TCU) of the Mini-shelter are 905 mm x 1135 mm x 1490 mm.

1.8

m high

The device space in the cabinet is 33 U.

cabinet

A maximum of one 2 V, 500 Ah battery string or 33 U 19-inch equipment can be installed in the cabinet. When the cabinet houses equipment, the communications equipment, environment monitoring unit, power system, DCDU, base band unit (BBU), and transmission equipment can be configured.

Available space dimensions (W x D x H) in the cabinet are 800 mm x

800

mm x 1500 mm.

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Cabinet Type

Description

 

Dimensions (W x D x H) of the unit cabinet (including the TCU) of the Mini-shelter are 905 mm x 1135 mm x 1800 mm.

2.1

m high

The device space in the cabinet is 40 U.

cabinet

A maximum of one 2 V, 650 Ah battery string and four 12 V, 150 Ah battery strings or 40 U 19-inch equipment can be installed in the cabinet. The cabinet can house the communications equipment, environment monitoring unit, power system, DCDU, BBU, and transmission equipment.

Available space dimensions (W x D x H) in the cabinet are 800 mm x

800

mm x 1800 mm.

Dimensions (W x D x H) of the unit cabinet (including the TCU) of the Mini-shelter are 905 mm x 1135 mm x 2100 mm.

2.4

m high

The device space in the cabinet is 47 U.

cabinet

The cabinet is used to house communications equipment from other vendors.

Available space dimensions (W x D x H) in the cabinet are 800 mm x

800

mm x 2100 mm.

Dimensions (W x D x H) of the unit cabinet (including the TCU) of the Mini-shelter are 905 mm x 1135 mm x 2420 mm.

2.2.2 Temperature Control Door

Temperature control doors carry TCUs. In the Mini-shelter, temperature control doors carry heat exchangers, intelligent heat exchangers, and IP34/IP55 natural ventilation units for cooling equipment. They carry TEC, IP34 natural ventilation units, and DC/AC air conditioners for cooling storage batteries.

Temperature control doors for Mini-shelters with the same height are the same in support dimensions and installation dimensions. You can choose temperature control doors based on the heat emission, operating temperature range, and ambient temperature range of equipment.

Figure 2-5 shows temperature control doors.

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Figure 2-5 Temperature control doors

2 Architecture Figure 2-5 Temperature control doors 2.2.3 Rack The racks include the battery rack and

2.2.3 Rack

The racks include the battery rack and device rack (including a cable tray, and cable troughs installed on the two sides of the rack). Different racks are installed in different compartments to meet installation requirements.

AGM batteries and gel batteries are installed on the battery rack. Communications device, the power system, indoor unit (IDU), ACDB, and DCDU are installed on the device rack. Figure 2-6 shows the racks.

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Figure 2-6 Racks

Product Description 2 Architecture Figure 2-6 Racks 2.2.4 Door Lock The Mini-shelter door uses a European

2.2.4 Door Lock

The Mini-shelter door uses a European standard DIN18152 lock. The door lock has the following features:

Fasteners are disassembled from cabinet interior, bolts are locked from the cabinet interior, and no bolt is exposed.

The dedicated three-point antitheft lock prevents the door from being pried open from the side.

The door has three protective locks. Lock cores can be replaced by customers. This resolves lock management problems for operators.

Figure 2-7 Door locks

management problems for operators. Figure 2-7 Door locks 2.2.5 Base The steel base of the Mini-shelter

2.2.5 Base

The steel base of the Mini-shelter has the following features:

The base is 200 mm (7.87 in.) high and the wide base facilitates cable routing and other manual operations.

There are multiple square and oval holes on the four circles of the base to make it easy to use a pallet truck or crane.

The base is welded as a whole. Reinforcing ribs make the base compact, reliable, and hold heavy weights.

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Figure 2-8 Base

Product Description 2 Architecture Figure 2-8 Base 2.2.6 Cabinet Lamp Each set of site is configured

2.2.6 Cabinet Lamp

Each set of site is configured with a lamp. It is recommended that the lamp be installed and secured at the front left in the cabinet. Figure 2-9 shows a lamp.

Figure 2-9 Lamp

in the cabinet. Figure 2-9 shows a lamp. Figure 2-9 Lamp Table 2-3 lists technical specifications

Table 2-3 lists technical specifications of the lamp.

Table 2-3 Technical specifications of the lamp

No.

Item

Specifications

1

Rated voltage

48 V DC (±10%)

2

Operating current

1020 mA

3

Power consumption

1 W

4

Light source type

Light emitting diode (LED)

5

Luminance

≥ 500 cd/m 2 , at a distance of 500 mm away from the LED cover

6

Dimensions (L x maximum shape diameter)

280 mm x 54 mm

7

Structure

A

colorless and transparent LED cover is used, the lamp

is

hand-held, and an embedded switch is available.

8

Service life

≥ 1000 h

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2.2.7 Optional Components

Antitheft Fence

The antitheft fence provides antitheft measures for the cabinet. The antitheft fence has the following features:

The fence and cabinet are integrated to match perfectly by using harmonious colors.

The fence has a small footprint and can be easily and quickly installed.

The fence has multiple antitheft systems and functionality for installing an external lock.

Figure 2-10 Mini-shelter configured with an antitheft fence

Figure 2-10 Mini-shelter configured with an antitheft fence Awning The awning provides two tops when the

Awning

The awning provides two tops when the awning is in normal status, to protect the Mini-shelter against sunshine, as shown in Figure 2-11.

Figure 2-11 Awning in normal status

shown in Figure 2-11 . Figure 2-11 Awning in normal status The awning protects maintenance personnel

The awning protects maintenance personnel against rain when the awning is in open status, as shown in Figure 2-12.

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Figure 2-12 Awning in open status

2 Architecture Figure 2-12 Awning in open status The awning is optional for one-cabinet, two-cabinet, and

The awning is optional for one-cabinet, two-cabinet, and three-cabinet Mini-shelters. It has to be shipped with the Mini-shelter, because it cannot be installed onsite.

Feeder Window

The feeder window of the Mini-shelter has the following features:

Maximum connector size that can be routed through the feeder window is 34 mm x 106

mm.

The feeder window is installed on the wall board close to communications equipment and uses carrier-class anti-damage and waterproof design.

The contact part between the feeder window and the Mini-shelter is sealed with waterproof tape, and the feeder window is secured from the Mini-shelter interior by using bolts.

Dedicated waterproof connectors can only be tightened or loosened from the Mini-shelter interior. The waterproofing performance does not change after the waterproof connectors are tightened. The feeder window is secured with protective bars and cannot be tightened or loosened from the Mini-shelter exterior.

The feeder window offers high anti-theft capability.

Figure 2-13 shows the feeder window.

Figure 2-13 Feeder window

2-13 shows the feeder window. Figure 2-13 Feeder window Base Cover Plate A base cover plate

Base Cover Plate

A base cover plate covers the cables at the cabinet bottom and avoids thefts. The number and type of base cover plates depend on site requirements. Figure 2-14 shows the base cover plate.

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Figure 2-14 Base cover plate

Description 2 Architecture Figure 2-14 Base cover plate 2.3 Temperature Control System The temperature control

2.3 Temperature Control System

The temperature control system helps provide a favorable cabinet environment required for long-term equipment operating

The TCUs include the intelligent heat exchanger, heat exchanger, natural ventilation unit, TEC, AC air conditioner, and DC air conditioner.

unit, TEC, AC air conditioner, and DC air conditioner.  This document figure is for reference

This document figure is for reference only. The site cabinet prevails.

The model of a TCU is specified on the nameplate.

2.3.1 Intelligent Heat Exchanger

Type and Appearance

The Mini-shelter supports two types of intelligent heat exchangers: intelligent DC heat exchangers and intelligent AC heat exchangers. The intelligent DC heat exchangers:

AH1500D and AH3000D. The intelligent AC heat exchangers: AH1500 and AH3000. Figure 2-15 shows a AH3000D.

Figure 2-15 AH3000D

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Working Principles

As a modular temperature control unit, the intelligent AC heat exchanger is installed in the cabinet and integrates two sets of heat dissipation systems: an air conditioner and a heat exchanger share a fan assembly and control board. Table 2-4 shows the working principles of the intelligent heat exchanger.

Table 2-4 The working principles of the intelligent heat exchanger

Ambient Temperature

Operation Mode

Remarks

Temperature in cabinet - Ambient temperature <

The heat exchanger starts working.

Default Refrigeration starting point: 40°C.

-15°C

Temperature in cabinet > Refrigeration starting point.

-15 °C ≤ Temperature in cabinet - Ambient temperature < -2 °C

Both the heat exchanger and the air conditioner work.

If either the air conditioner or the heat exchanger is faulty, at least one heat dissipation system is still running. This ensures that the temperature inside the cabinet is within the proper range for a certain period.

Temperature in cabinet - Ambient temperature ≥ -2 °C

The air conditioner starts working.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-5 lists the technical specifications of the intelligent heat exchanger.

Table 2-5 Technical Specifications

Item

AH1500D

AH3000D

AH1500

AH3000

Refrigeration

1500 W

3000

W

1500 W

3000 W

capacity

 

L35/L35

Maximum

660

W

1270

W

640

W(AC)/200

860

W(AC)/200

power

   

W(DC)

W(DC)

consumption

Typical

560

W

1050

W

490

W(AC)/160

660

W(AC)/190

power

   

W(DC)

W(DC)

consumption

Heat

80

W/K

120 W/K

75 W/K

120

W/K

exchanging

 

capacity

Input voltage

-48 V DC

 

220

V AC/-48V DC (The input of dual

 

live wire)

 

Service life

10

years

 

Work

-40°C to +50°C long-term operating. 50°C to 55°C short-term operating.

temperature

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Item

AH1500D

AH3000D

AH1500

AH3000

Storage

-40°C to +70°C

temperature

IP protection

IP55

level

Alarm

Generates alarms over dry contacts. If no alarm is generated, the dry contact is closed. If an alarm is generated, the dry contact is open.

reporting

Altitude

< 4000 m

Failure rate

< 1 %

Noise

< 65 dB(A)

2.3.2 Heat Exchanger

Type and Appearance

The Mini-shelter supports four types of heat exchangers: HX02, HX04, HX05, and HXC70S. Figure 2-16 shows a HX02.

Figure 2-16 HX02

and HXC70S. Figure 2-16 shows a HX02. Figure 2-16 HX02 Working Principles A heat exchanger provides

Working Principles

A heat exchanger provides two separate air circulation systems, one indoors and the other outdoors. When the temperature in the cabinet is higher than the external temperature, the heat exchanger dissipates heat generated in the cabinet. Table 2-6 shows the working principles of the heat exchanger.

Table 2-6 The working principles of the heat exchanger

Functions

Working principles

Remarks

Convection

When the air is totally separated between the cabinet interior and the

Generally, the heat exchanger ensures a temperature

heat transfer

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Functions

Working principles

Remarks

 

cabinet exterior, the heat exchanger uses external cold air to cool the hot air in the cabinet, to lower the ambient temperature in the cabinet.

difference of 10ºC between the internal and external environment.

Intelligent fan

When the ambient temperature is relatively high, the fan rotates at a high speed. When the ambient temperature is relatively low, the fan rotates at a low speed. This reduces power consumption.

-

speed control

Technical Specifications

Table 2-7 lists the technical specifications of the heat exchanger.

Table 2-7 Technical Specifications

Item

HX02

HX04

HX05

HXC70S

Maximum

68

W

190

W

380

W

80

W

power

       

consumption

Typical power

50

W

130

W

260

W

56

W

consumption

       

Heat

80

W/K

190

W/K

250

W/K

80

W/K

exchanging

       

capacity

Input voltage

38 V DC to 58 V DC

 

Service life

10

years

Work

-40°C to +45°C short-term operating.

 

temperature

Storage

-40°C to +70°C

 

temperature

 

IP protection

IP55

level

Alarm reporting

Generates alarms over dry contacts. If no alarm is generated, the dry contact is closed. If an alarm is generated, the dry contact is open.

Altitude

< 4000 m

 

Failure rate

< 1 %

 

Humidity range

5%100% RH

 

Noise

<

65 dB(A)

 

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2.3.3 Natural Ventilation Unit

The Mini-shelter supports three types of natural ventilation units: IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 120 mm axial fans), IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 175 centrifugal fan), and IP55 (two 175 centrifugal fan). The former applies to the batter compartment and the latter applies

to the equipment compartment.

Type and Appearance

The Mini-shelter supports three types of natural ventilation units: IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 120 mm axial fans), IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 175 centrifugal fan), and IP55 (two 175 centrifugal fan). Figure 2-17 shows IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 120 mm axial fans), IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 175 centrifugal fan), and IP55 (two 175 centrifugal fan)

Figure 2-17 Natural ventilation unit

175 centrifugal fan) Figure 2-17 Natural ventilation unit Working Principles A natural ventilation unit draws cool

Working Principles

A natural ventilation unit draws cool air into the cabinet by using fans to cool the equipment

inside the battery compartment and equipment compartment, and therefore saves energy.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-8 lists the technical specifications of the natural ventilation unit.

Table 2-8 Technical Specifications

 

IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 120 mm axial fans)

IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 175 centrifugal fan)

IP55 natural

ventilation unit

(two 175

Item

centrifugal fan)

Maximum power

48

W

68

W

consumption

   

Typical power

33

W

50

W

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IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 120 mm axial fans)

IP34 natural ventilation unit (two 175 centrifugal fan)

IP55 natural

ventilation unit

(two 175

Item

centrifugal fan)

consumption

   

Heat exchanging

140 W/K

250 W/K

capacity

Input voltage

-48 V DC

Service life

8 years

Work

-10°C to 33°C battery compartment. -10°C to 35°C equipment compartment.

temperature

Storage

-40°C to +70°C

temperature

Alarm reporting

Generates alarms over dry contacts. If no alarm is generated, the dry contact is closed. If an alarm is generated, the dry contact is open.

Altitude

< 4000 m

Failure rate

< 1 %

Noise

< 65 dB(A)

2.3.4 TEC

A TEC is applicable to outdoor battery cabinets used for long-term power backup at a normal or low temperature.

Type and Appearance

Figure 2-18 shows a TEC.

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Figure 2-18 TEC

Product Description 2 Architecture Figure 2-18 TEC Working Principles A TEC provides two separate air

Working Principles

A TEC provides two separate air circulation systems, one indoors and the other outdoors. Table 2-9 shows the working principles of the TEC.

Table 2-9 The working principles of the TEC

Function

Working principles

Remarks

Cooling

After the TEC applies a positive voltage to semiconductor refrigeration chips, the internal circulation side becomes cold, and cold air is supplied to the cabinet through the cold-end heat sink. The external circulation side becomes hot, and heat is dissipated through the hot-end heat sink.

Heat is transferred from the cold end to the hot end to realize refrigeration

The controller controls the fans and semiconductor refrigeration chips, monitors the TEC04 operation, and generates an alarm when a fault occurs.

Heating

After the TEC applies a negative voltage to semiconductor refrigeration chips, the internal circulation side becomes hot, and heat is supplied to the Mini-shelter through the cold-end heat sink. The external circulation side becomes cold, and heat is dissipated into the Mini-shelter through the hot-end heat sink.

Fans provided forced air in both cold end and the hot end, which speeds up heat dissipation from the heat sink.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-10 lists the technical specifications of the TEC.

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Table 2-10 Technical Specifications

Item

Specifications

Refrigeration capacity (Battery compartment)

200

W

Maximum power consumption (Cooling)

330

W

Typical power consumption(Cooling)

300

W

Cooling COP

0.61

Heating capacity

570

W

Heating power consumption

400

W

Heating COP

1.43

Input voltage

 

-48 V DC

Service life

10 years

Work temperature

-40°C to +40°C

Storage temperature

-40°C to +70°C

IP protection level

IP55, complying with IEC 60529

Alarm reporting

Generates alarms over dry contacts. If no alarm is generated, the dry contact is closed. If an alarm is generated, the dry contact is open.

Altitude

 

< 4000 m

Failure rate

< 1 %

Humidity range

5%100% RH

Positive polarity protection of DC power supply

Supported

Noise

<

65 dB(A)

2.3.5 AC Air Conditioner and DC Air Conditioner

Type and Appearance

The Mini-shelter supports two types of air conditioner: AC air conditioner and DC air conditioner. The DC air conditioner: PC500D. The AC air conditioner: PC500. Figure 2-19 shows a PC500 and a PC500D.

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Figure 2-19 PC500 and PC500D

Description 2 Architecture Figure 2-19 PC500 and PC500D Working Principles A air conditioner provides two separate

Working Principles

A air conditioner provides two separate air circulation systems, one indoors and the other outdoors. Table 2-11 shows the working principles of the air conditioner.

Table 2-11 The working principles of the air conditioner

Air

Working Principles

Remarks

Conditioner

PC500

The refrigeration cycle is as follows:

The condenser and evaporator are both equipped with a cycle fan to strengthen air convection and heat exchanging.

PC500D

1. The compressor draws refrigerant from the evaporator and compress it to a high temperature and pressure.

2. The compressor drives the high-temperature and high-pressure refrigerant into the condenser.

3. The refrigerant in the condenser is cooled into high-pressure liquid.

The condenser

performs heat

4. The high-pressure liquid refrigerant transforms into low-pressure refrigerant after passing through throttles, and then enters the evaporator.

exchanging

outside the

control cabinet.

The evaporate

5. The low-temperature and low-pressure refrigerant transforms into gas after being heated in the evaporator.

6. The compressor sucks the air refrigerant again.

performs heat

exchanging

inside the

control cabinet.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-12 lists the technical specifications of the air conditioner.

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Table 2-12 Technical Specifications

Item

PC500D

PC500

Rated

500

W

refrigeration

 

capacity L35/L35

Maximum power

240

W

300

W

consumption

   

Typical power

200

W

250

W

consumption

   

Input voltage

-48 V DC

220

V AC and -48 V DC

Service life

8 years

Work temperature

-40°C to +55°C

-40°C to +45°C

Storage

-40°C to +70°C

 

temperature

 

IP protection level

IP55

Alarm reporting

Generates alarms over dry contacts. If no alarm is generated, the dry contact is closed. If an alarm is generated, the dry contact is open.

Altitude

< 4000 m

 

Failure rate

< 1 %

Humidity range

5%100% RH

 

Noise

<

65 dB(A)

 

2.3.6 Heater

Type and Appearance

The Mini-shelter supports two types of Heater: HAU03A-01 and HAU02A-02. Figure 2-20 shows a HAU03A-01 and a HAU02A-02.

Figure 2-20 HAU03A-01 and HAU02A-02

and a HAU02A-02. Figure 2-20 HAU03A-01 and HAU02A-02 Issue 03 (2013-06-19) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential

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Feature and Working Principles

Table 2-13 shows the features and working principles of the heater.

Table 2-13 Feature and Working Principles

Item

HAU03A-01

HAU02A-02

Consist

The heater consists of a fan and a heating element.

Features

Front and rear ventilation channels are available in the heater.

The surface temperature of the heating element is less than or equal to 140ºC when the heater is running.

The temperature at the air exhaust vent is less than or equal to 70ºC.

A

fan is embedded in the heater.

An external fan is configured for the heater.

The air intake vent and air exhaust vent provide honeycomb holes.

An 120 mm AC fan is used and a fan guard is configured outside the fan.

Working

If

the temperature at the air intake vent

If the temperature at the air intake vent drops below 0°C (tolerance ±3°C), the heater starts to work. If the temperature exceeds 15°C (tolerance ±3°C), the heater stops working.

Principles

drops below 0°C (tolerance ±3°C), the heater starts to work. If the temperature exceeds 15°C (tolerance ±3°C), the

heater stops working.

The fan blows the generated heat to heat and balance temperature in the cabinet.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-14 lists the technical specifications of the heater.

Table 2-14 Technical Specifications

Item

HAU03A-01

HAU02A-02

Input voltage

220 V AC

Frequency

45 Hz to 65 Hz

Work temperature

-40ºC to +65ºC

Storage temperature

-40ºC to +70ºC

Alarm reporting

Generates alarms over dry contacts. If no alarm is generated, the dry contact is closed. If an alarm is generated, the dry contact is open.

-

Humidity range

5%95% RH

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Item

HAU03A-01

HAU02A-02

Altitude

-60 m to +1800 m

Service life

10 years

Heating capacity

500 W

Noise

< 45 dB(A)

< 72 dB(A)

2.3.7 Air Conditioner Controller

The air conditioner controller switches between the primary and secondary air conditioners by controlling the refrigeration device based on the temperature requirements for equipment rooms. If the ambient temperature is greater than the maximum value, the air conditioner controller allows both air conditioners to work. The air conditioner controller not only monitors the operating status of air conditioners in real time but also helps to extend the service life of the refrigeration device.

Type and Appearance

Air Conditioner Controller: ACM-1D. Figure 2-21 shows an air conditioner controller.

Figure 2-21 ACM-1D

shows an air conditioner controller. Figure 2-21 ACM-1D Working Principles Table 2-15 shows the working principles

Working Principles

Table 2-15 shows the working principles and functions of the air conditioner controller.

Table 2-15 Working Principles and Functions

Item

Description

Remarks

Working

The air conditioner controller ACM-1D is used to control the two air conditioners.

The default switch duration

Principles

1. After initial power-on, the primary air conditioner starts to work.

2. After the temperature exceeds T1 3 minutes later, the secondary air conditioner starts to work.

3. If the temperature is lower than T1 by more than 10°C, the secondary air conditioner stops working.

between the two air conditioners is seven days.

The value range is 1 to 28 days.

T1 is the temperature for starting the two air conditioners. The default value is 45°C, and the value range is 40°C to

55°C.

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Item

Description

Remarks

Functions

Stores historical records.

-

Records controller operations.

Supports user permission management.

Supports parameter settings.

Reports alarms in real time.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-16 lists the technical specifications of the air conditioner controller.

Table 2-16 Technical Specifications

Item

Description

Rated power input

< 10 W

Maximum carrying current

50 A

Work voltage

-38.5 V DC to -60 V DC

Work temperature

-20°C to +55°C

Storage temperature

-40°C to +70°C

Alarm reporting

Generates alarms over dry contacts. If no alarm is generated, the dry contact is closed. If an alarm is generated, the dry contact is open.

Altitude

≤ 2000 m (If the altitude is higher than 2000 m, the power is derated according to GB/T3859.2-93.)

Humidity range

≤ 90% RH

2.4 Monitoring System

The monitoring system of Mini-shelter consists of ETP48200, sensor and cables. And ETP48200 consists of SMU02B, UIM02C, backplane and so on.

Please see Description of SMU02B for details about SMU02B.

Please see Description of UIM02C for details about UIM02C.

Please see Monitoring System for details about monitoring system architecture.

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2.5 Power Distribution System and Power System

The power distribution system of the Mini-shelter provides AC power distribution and DC power distribution. The ETP48200-A6 or TP48200-B6 can be used as the power system.

2.5.1 ACDB

The ACDB is configured if multiple AC outputs are required.

Type and Appearance

The Mini-shelter supports four types of ACDB: ACDB-DS-063-N1, ACDB-DS-100-P1, ACDB-DT-100-P1, and ACDB-ST-063-P1. Figure 2-22 shows ACDB.

Figure 2-22 ACDB

ACDB-ST-063-P1. Figure 2-22 shows ACDB. Figure 2-22 ACDB Technical Specifications Table 2-17 lists the technical

Technical Specifications

Table 2-17 lists the technical specifications of the ACDB.

Table 2-17 Technical Specifications

Item

ACDB-DS-0

ACDB-DS-100-

ACDB-DT-100-

ACDB-ST-063-

63-N1

P1

P1

P1

Rated input

Single-Phase (220 V)

Three-Phase (220/380 V). Single-Phase (220 V)

operating

voltage

 

Input

2-pole 63 A circuit breaker (supporting two mechanically interlocked inputs)

Two 2-pole 100 A circuit breakers (supporting two mechanically interlocked inputs)

Two 4-pole 100 A circuit breakers (supporting two mechanically interlocked inputs)

One 3-pole 63 A circuit breaker (single-Phase 220

V)

Output

One 40 A terminal connector

One 1-pole 63 A circuit breaker, two 1-pole 32 A

One 3-pole 63 A circuit breaker, two 1-pole 32 A

One 3-pole 50 A circuit breaker, one 1-pole 20 A

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Item

ACDB-DS-0

ACDB-DS-100-

ACDB-DT-100-

ACDB-ST-063-

63-N1

P1

P1

P1

 

(L/N), two 2-pole 32 A circuit breakers, and one all-purpose maintenance socket (without circuit breaker protection)

circuit breakers, two 1-pole 10 A circuit breakers, and one all-purpose maintenance socket

circuit breakers, two 1-pole 10 A circuit breakers, and one all-purpose maintenance socket

circuit breakers, and two 1-pole 16 A circuit breakers.

Surge

Not required

Level-B surge

Level-B surge protection (maximum discharge current: 100 kA)

protection

protection

properties

(maximum

 

discharge current:

60 kA)

IP

IP20

protection

level

Rated input

50/60 Hz

frequency

Work

-33°C to +55°C

temperature

Installation

19-inch subrack

2.5.2 DCDU

When the Mini-shelter is applied in the DBS3900, a DCDU-03B is used to distribute DC power. When there is more than one route, a DCDU-03C and a DCDB-SZ-100-P1 are used to distribute DC power.

Type and Appearance

The Mini-shelter supports three types of DCDU: DCDU-03B, DCDU-03C, and DCDB-SZ-100-P1. Figure 2-23 shows DCDU.

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Figure 2-23 DCDU

Product Description 2 Architecture Figure 2-23 DCDU Technical Specifications Table 2-18 lists the technical

Technical Specifications

Table 2-18 lists the technical specifications of the DCDU.

Table 2-18 technical specifications

Item

DCDU-03B

DCDU-03C

DCDB-SZ-100-P1

Function

The DCDU-03B provides nine 48 V DC outputs to power DC devices.

The DCDU-03C provides nine 48 V DC outputs to power DC devices.

The DCDB-SZ-100-P1 provides nine 48 V DC outputs.

Surge

Differential mode (8/20 µs): 10 kA. Common mode (8/20 µs): 15 kA

protection

properties

IP

IP20

protection

level

Input

100 A

current

Output

Six 20 A circuit breakers and three 12 A circuit breakers

Seven 12 A circuit breakers and two 6 A circuit breakers

Six 25 A circuit breakers and three 16 A circuit breakers

circuit

breaker

Installation

19-inch subrack

2.5.3 Power System

The ETP48200-A6 or ETP48200-B6 can be used as the power system.

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Configuration and Appearance

The ETP48200-A6 & ETP48200-B6 consists of rectifiers, monitoring unit, and power distribution unit (PDU).

Figure 2-24 shows a ETP48200-A6. Figure 2-25 shows a ETP48200-B6.

Figure 2-24 ETP48200-A6

Figure 2-25 shows a ETP48200-B6. Figure 2-24 ETP48200-A6 Figure 2-25 ETP48200-B6 Features  Comprehensive

Figure 2-25 ETP48200-B6

Figure 2-24 ETP48200-A6 Figure 2-25 ETP48200-B6 Features  Comprehensive management on itself and storage

Features

Comprehensive management on itself and storage batteries.

The monitoring module is of network design and provides one FE port, one RS485/RS232 port.

Supports simple network management protocol (SNMP), control area network (CAN), and Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) and can communicate with NetEco or third-party element management systems (EMSs). They can also be managed remotely and work in unattended mode.

Support the remote software upgrade.

Displays information on the liquid crystal display (LCD) and provides buttons for ease of operation.

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Allows you to query component information recorded on electronic labels over a web user interface (WebUI).

Support multiple display languages, such as English, Chinese, German, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Rectifiers and the monitoring unit are hot-swappable.

The power factor of rectifiers is high to 0.99.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-19 lists the technical specifications of the Power System.

Table 2-19 Technical Specifications

Item

ETP48200A6

ETP48200B6

Main AC input

Three-phase or Single-phase

Dual-live wire or Single-phase

AC

input circuit

63

A/3P*1

100

A/2P*1

breaker

   

DC

output circuit

LLVD: 100 A*2

LLVD:100 A*2,20 A*1

breaker

BLVD:63 A*1,32 A*1,16 A*3

BLVD:63 A*1; 32 A*1; 16

 

A*3

AC

output circuit

16

A/1P*2,20 A/1P*1

16 A/2P*1

breaker

 

Input Voltage

85

V AC to 300 V AC

90/180 V AC to 145/290 V AC(Two-Phase 110 V). 85 V

 

AC to 300 V AC(Single-Phase

220

V)

DC

surge

Differential mode (8/20 µs) 10 kA. Common mode (8/20 µs) 20 kA

protection

AC

surge

Level-B surge protection

 

protection

Rated discharge capacity In: 30 kA (8/20 µs)

Maximum discharge capacity Imax: 60 kA (8/20 µs)

Battery circuit

125 A*2

 

breaker

 

Description of SMU02B

The SMU02B monitors operating parameters of the ETP48200-A6 and ETP48200-B6 in real time, analyzes the operating status, and generates alarms when necessary.

Figure 2-26 shows the SMU02B panel.

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Figure 2-26 Panel

Product Description 2 Architecture Figure 2-26 Panel 1. Running status indicator 2. Minor alarm indicator

1.

Running status indicator

2. Minor alarm indicator

3. Major alarm indicator

4.

Liquid crystal display (LCD)

5. Locking latch

6. Four buttons

7.

USB (Reserved)

8. RS485/RS232

9. FE

Table 2-20 shows the description of communications port on the SMU02B.

Table 2-20 The description of the communications port

Communications

Communications

Protocol

Remarks

Ports

Parameter

Compliance

FE

10 M/100 M Auto-adaptation

TCP/IP, HTTPS,

N/A

and SNMP

RS485/RS232

Baud rate: 9,600 bit/s or 19,200 bit/s

Huawei protocols

The RS485 and RS232 ports are mutually exclusive.

The RS485 and RS232 ports are mutually exclusive. NOTE All ports in this manual are protected

NOTE

All ports in this manual are protected by a security mechanism.

Description of UIM02C

UIM02C supports 8 dry contact output ports, 6 Boolean value input ports and 7 sensor ports.

Figure 2-27 shows the UIM02C panel.

Figure 2-27 Panel

Figure 2-27 shows the UIM02C panel. Figure 2-27 Panel Table 2-21 shows the description of ports

Table 2-21 shows the description of ports on the UIM02C.

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Table 2-21 Ports

Port Type

Silkscreen

Description

Sensor

TEM_HUM

Temperature and humidity sensor

ports

WATER

Water sensor

TEMP1

Temperature sensor 1 (used for adjusting the fan speed)

TEMP2

Temperature sensor 2 (used for adjusting the fan speed)

GATE

Door status sensor

SMOKE

Smoke sensor

BTEMP

Battery temperature sensor

Boolean

DIN1

Boolean value input 1

value input

   

ports

DIN2

Boolean value input 2

DIN3

Boolean value input 3

DIN4

Boolean value input 4

DIN5

Boolean value input 5 (Heater alarm)

DIN6

Boolean value input 6 (Temperature control system alarm)

Dry contact

ALM1

AC power failure alarm

output

Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required.

ports

ALM2

DC undervoltage alarm or DC overvoltage alarm

Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required.

ALM3

rectifier faults alarm

Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required.

ALM4

SPD failure alarm

ALM5

Fuse blown alarm or circuit breaker tripping alarm

Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required.

ALM6

Battery temperature alarms, environment temperature alarm

Default mode (Close: alarm; Open: normal) can be modified as required.

ALM7

Door status alarm

ALM8

Heater or temperature control system alarm

Communic

COM

RS485

ation Port

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Monitoring System

The BBU detects Boolean values and reports dry contact alarms to the M2000 over the ports used for detecting Boolean values. The monitoring system architecture to the M2000 is shown as Figure 2-28.

Figure 2-28 The monitoring system architecture to the M2000

Figure 2-28 The monitoring system architecture to the M2000 The power output alarms are reported to

The power output alarms are reported to the third-party monitoring host over dry contacts or to a third-party EMS over an RS485 port by the intelligent equipment communication protocol. The monitoring system architecture to a third-party EMS is shown as Figure 2-29.

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Figure 2-29 The monitoring system architecture to a third-party EMS

The monitoring system architecture to a third-party EMS 2.5.4 Maintenance Socket (Optional) The maintenance socket

2.5.4 Maintenance Socket (Optional)

The maintenance socket with a 20 A all-purpose socket supplies AC power to installation and maintenance tools and devices.

Figure 2-30 shows a maintenance socket.

Figure 2-30 Maintenance socket

shows a maintenance socket. Figure 2-30 Maintenance socket 2.6 Cables Cables in the Mini-shelter include power

2.6 Cables

Cables in the Mini-shelter include power cables, ground cables, and signal cables.

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2.6.1 Power Cables

Power cables used in the Mini-shelter include AC power cables and DC power cables. Table 2-22 lists power cables of the Mini-shelter

Table 2-22 Power Cables

Power Cables

Cable Types

Remarks

AC

power cables

Power cable to the heater

The cable is connected to the heater by using the transfer busbar.

DC

power cables

Power cables to devices in the cabinet

Blue cables and black cables.

 

Power cables to storage batteries

Red cables and black cables.

2.6.2 Ground Cables

A ground cable is yellow and green and has OT terminals at both ends. Figure 2-31 shows the ground cables.

Figure 2-31 Ground cables

2-31 shows the ground cables. Figure 2-31 Ground cables Table 2-23 lists ground cables of the

Table 2-23 lists ground cables of the Mini-shelter.

Table 2-23 Ground cables

No.

Ground cables

Remarks

1

Ground cable between the rack and the indoor ground bar.

No measures are required on site.

2

Ground cable between devices and the rack.

3

Ground cable between devices and the indoor ground bar.

4

Ground cable between devices and the outdoor ground bar or ground grid.

5

Equipotential ground cable between the cabinet and the temperature control door.

6

Equipotential ground cable between units in the cabinet.

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No.

Ground cables

Remarks

7

Ground cable to the BBU.

No measures are required on site.

8

Ground cable to the monitoring device.

9

Ground cable to the AC-to-DC power system.

 

10

Ground cable to the battery rack.

11

Equipotential ground cable between the ground bar in the compartment and the outdoor ground bar.

12

Ground cable between the indoor ground bar and the ground grid.

13

Ground cable to the positive DC output busbar (RTN) of the AC-to-DC power system.

If this cable has been connected in the power system, no onsite processing is required

14

The cables include the shielded DC power cable for powering the RRU, shielded power cable to the navigation light, intermediate frequency cable, and feeder.

The shield layers and jackets of cables must be connected to the outdoor ground bar by using ground clips before the cables are routed into the compartment.

2.6.3 Signal Cables

Table 2-24 lists signal cables of the Mini-shelter.

Table 2-24 Signal Cables

No.

Signal Cables

Remarks

1

Communications

Temperature control system communications cables

The cables are installed before delivery.

cables

Power system communications cables

Optional

2

Sensor cables

Temperature-humidity sensor cable

Delivered with sensors (optional).

Battery temperature sensor cable

The cables are installed before delivery.

Door status sensor cable

Delivered with the cabinet.

Water sensor cable

The cables are installed before delivery.

Smoke sensor cable

Delivered with sensors (optional).

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No.

Signal Cables

Remarks

3

Dry contact

Temperature control system dry contact alarm cables

The cables are installed before delivery.

alarm cables

Power system dry contact alarm cables

Optional

ACDB or DCDU dry contact alarm cables

N/A

Other equipment dry contact alarm cables

N/A

2.7 Ground System

The Mini-shelter is grounded by using indoor and outdoor ground bars.

Figure 2-32 shows the ground bar.

Figure 2-32 Ground Bar

Figure 2-32 shows the ground bar. Figure 2-32 Ground Bar Table 2-25 lists features of the

Table 2-25 lists features of the ground bar.

Table 2-25 Features

Item

Outdoor Ground Bar

Indoor Ground Bar

Features

Can be installed on the base or rear wall of the Mini-shelter or the concrete floor.

More indoor ground bars can be added as required.

Is configured with 12 M8 bolts and one M10 bolt.

Is configured with seven M6 bolts and one M8 bolt.

Uses interlacing holes and self-clinching nuts for ease of onsite cable connection and operations.

The ground bar is flexible and easy to install.

Function

The Mini-shelter is configured with the outdoor ground bar for grounding outdoor cables and cables to the tower

The Mini-shelter is configured with the indoor ground bar used for grounding devices in the cabinet.

ITS1000M (Mini-shelter) Product Description

2 Architecture

Item

Outdoor Ground Bar

Indoor Ground Bar

 

before these cables are routed into the Mini-shelter. These cables include the power cable to the RRU, power cable to the navigation light, intermediate frequency cable, and feeder.

 

ITS1000M (Mini-shelter) Product Description

3 Application Scenarios

3 Application Scenarios

Targeted at various customer requirements, the Mini-shelter provides different configurations for different site environments. The Mini-shelter provides outdoor operating environments and security system for communications sites, to meet site setup requirements in urban areas, suburbs, and rural areas.

Table 3-1 lists the feature of the application scenarios. Figure 3-2 shows application scenarios.

Table 3-1 The feature of the application scenarios