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Training material for vms nsn project rev 0.2 20110906

  1. 1. Training material for VMS-NSN projectTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 R 0.1 Delta Confidential 1
  2. 2. Contents 1 System introduction 2 Quick Installation – parameter setting 3 Controller introduction 4 NRMS software introduction 5 Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6 Q&ATraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 2
  3. 3. Contents 1 System introduction 2 Quick Installation – parameter setting 3 Controller introduction 4 NRMS software introduction 5 Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6 Q&ATraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 3
  4. 4. Telecom power system concept LOAD (Switch ,ADSL…E.T.C.) AC Input Output DC Distribution Unit AC Distribution Unit Rectifier # 1 Generator Rectifier # 2 Battery Rectifier # 3 U.P.S LVDS Rectifier # N Control Supervisory Unit (CSU)Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 4
  5. 5. INDOOR POWER SYSTEM - ESAA150-FTA11 Power System – Three phase / 4 line (3W-N-PE/220V) – Power System with 3 rectifier slots – Distribution: – Load Breaker: (High PL) 20A x 2 + 10A x 2; (Low PL) 100A x 1 + 40A x 3 (DIN Rail) – Battery Breaker: 125A x 2 (DIN Rail) – Protection: – 01 x AC Surge included – 01 x DC surge included – Alarm relay: 8 positions, 7 positions definable Rectifier module: 3 * DPR 2700 DC Output Voltage: 54Vdc (40~59 Vdc) Controller: CSU501+ Local access: NRMS through mini USB interface (Optional) Web/SNMP for remote monitoring and control ESAA150-FTA11Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 5
  6. 6. INDOOR POWER SYSTEM - ESAA150-FTA11 High priority load 20A x 2 + 10A x 2 AC surge AC I/P breaker Low priority load arrestor 3P/40A Battery breaker 100A x 1 + 40A x 3 125A x 2 Mini Controller USB port Alarm dry contact Temperature CSU501 Terminal block sensor TA & TB Web/SNMP DC surge (Optional) arrestorTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 6
  7. 7. KEYS COMPONENT – ESAA150-FTA11 Controller CSU 501+ Power distribution unit Web board (optional) Rectifier DPR2700W Battery string 19” Rectifier shelfTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 7
  8. 8. System DrawingTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 8
  9. 9. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 Outdoor Power System – Single Layer / Aluminum / Double Door / IP 54 / Fan Cooling – 12U equipment space reserved – Cable: 1/2" Jumper Cable x 06 + cable Glands x 06. – Fan speed control for reducing audible noise Power System – Three phase / 4 line (3W-N-PE/220V) – Power System with 3 rectifier slots – Distribution: – Load Breaker: (High PL) 20A x 2 + 10A x 2; (Low PL) 100A x 1 + 40A x 3 (DIN Rail) – Battery Breaker: 125A x 2 (DIN Rail) – Protection: – 01 x AC Surge – 01 x DC Surge – Alarm relay: 8 positions, 7 positions definable Rectifier module: 3 * DPR 2700/ 2900 HE Local access: NRMS through mini USB interface (Optional) Web/SNMP for remote monitoring and control Outline Dim.: (H*W*D): <2000mm x 750mm x 720mm (Body)Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 9
  10. 10. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 12U space for NSN Fan cooling Customer equipment DC Power system ESAA150-FTA Series Power System with 3 rectifier slots (Rear side access) Battery tray 1 Battery tray 2 Cable Gland x 6 + 1/2" Jumper Cable x 06 Front View Front Side Dimension (H*W*D): < 2000mm x 750mm x 720mmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 10
  11. 11. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 12U space for NSN Customer equipment DC Power system ESAA150-FTA Series DPR 2900 / Power System with 3 2700W Rectifier rectifier slots (Front side access) Battery tray 1 Battery tray 2 Rear View Rear SideTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 11
  12. 12. KEY COMPONENTS – ESOA150-FAC01 Power shelf: SB-23N/HJ E Fan tray (EX-F01B) Rectifier DPR2700W Controller CSU 501+ Battery string Web board (optional)Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 12
  13. 13. Power shelf - ESOA150-FAC01 High priority load 20A x 2 + 10A x 2 AC surge AC I/P breaker Low priority load arrestor 3P/40A Battery breaker 100A x 1 + 40A x 3 125A x 2 Mini Controller USB port Alarm dry contact Temperature CSU501 Terminal block sensor TA & TB Web/SNMP DC surge (Optional) arrestorTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 13
  14. 14. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 Alarm – CCU Board Alarm dry contact CCU BoardTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 14
  15. 15. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 CCU Relay Positions and Definition NO COM NC Cooling alarm NO COM Environments alarm NC Environment control BoardTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 15
  16. 16. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 PDU Relay Positions and Definition Alarm PIN Alarm Setting Alarm Description Relay 1 NO 1 2 COM AC off AC off 3 NC 4 NO 2 5 COM Rectifier failure Any Rectifier Failure 6 NC 7 NO CSU Hardware Failure 3 8 COM CSU Failure (Hardware setting can not defined by yourself) 9 NC 10 NO 4 11 COM LVDS trip Low voltage disconnect 12 NC 13 NO Ambient Temperature High (TA2H) 5 14 COM High temperature Battery Temperature High (TB1H) 15 NC 16 NO 6 17 COM Major Alarm Major Alarm 18 NC 19 NO 7 20 COM Minor Alarm Minor Alarm 21 NC 22 NO N/A 8 23 COM Don’t use 24 NCTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 16
  17. 17. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 Cable entries 6pcs of bottom cable entries reserved 1pce MG32A 1-hole Cable Gland For AC input (spare) 3pcs MG32A 2-hole Cable Gland For cable range (OD): 12mm 2pce 3-hole Cable Gland For cable range (OD): 12mmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 17
  18. 18. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 NSN equipment Grounding bus bar Main Grounding Bus bar with 6pcs M6 insert nut for NSN equipmentTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 18
  19. 19. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 Power system Grounding bus bar Main Grounding Bus bar x 1 with 6pcs M6 insert nut for for Power system grounding.Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 19
  20. 20. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 Air filter module Suggestion: Clean: 1~2 Months using vacuum cleaner Replacement: 6~12 MonthsTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 20
  21. 21. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 AC terminal & AC Grounding bus barTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 21
  22. 22. OUTDOOR POWER SYSTEM – ESOA150-FAC01 AC socket, AC breaker & Fan breakerTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 22
  23. 23. System DrawingTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 23
  24. 24. 48 VDC equipment for RNC (8900W) Power System – Three phase / 4 line (3W-N-PE/220V) – Power System with max.12 rectifier slots – Distribution: 1. Main AC breaker 3P 380Vac type 2. AC Surge Protection 3. Rail 1 Breaker X 16 (DIN rail C120 type ) 125A x1;100A x1; 80A x1 4. Rail 2 Breaker x23 (DIN rail C60 type) 63x3; 50Ax1; 40Ax1; 32Ax1; 25Ax1;20Ax116Ax1; 10Ax1 5. Rail 3 Breaker X 16 (DIN rail C120 type ) 125A x1;100A x1; 80A x1 6. Battery Fuse X 4 (400A x2 ) – Alarm relay: 8 positions, 7 positions definable Rectifier module: 10 * DPR 2000 DC Output Voltage: 54Vdc (40~59 Vdc) Local access: NRMS Optional Web/SNMP for remote monitoring and control ES 48/600-UBA02Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 24
  25. 25. 48 VDC equipment for Transport node Hub Site (Tellabs) (1000W) Power System – Three phase / 4 line (3W-N-PE/220V) – Power System with 3 rectifier slots – Distribution: – Load Breaker: (High PL)10A x 2; (Low PL) 32A x 2; – Battery Breaker: 125A x 2 (DIN Rail) – Protection: – 01 x AC Surge included – 01 x DC surge included – Alarm relay: 8 positions, 7 positions definable Rectifier module: 2 * DPR 2000 DC Output Voltage: 54Vdc (40~59 Vdc) Controller: CSU501+ Local access: NRMS through mini USB interface Optional Web/SNMP for remote monitoring and control ESAA150-FTA Series + 0.75M Lion rackTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 25
  26. 26. 48 VDC equipment for Transport Node RNC Site (2000W) Power System – Three phase / 4 line (3W-N-PE/220V) – Power System with 3 rectifier slots – Distribution: – Load Breaker: (High PL)10A x 2; (Low PL) 32A x 4; – Battery Breaker: 125A x 2 (DIN Rail) – Protection: – 01 x AC Surge included – 01 x DC surge included – Alarm relay: 8 positions, 7 positions definable Rectifier module: 3 * DPR 2000 DC Output Voltage: 54Vdc (40~59 Vdc) Controller: CSU501+ Local access: NRMS through mini USB interface Optional Web/SNMP for remote monitoring and control ESAA150-FTA Series + 0.75M Lion rackTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 26
  27. 27. 48 VDC equipment for BSC/PCU site (3200W) Power System – Three phase / 4 line (3W-N-PE/220V) – Power System with 4 rectifier slots – Distribution: – Load Breaker: (High PL)10A x 2 + 20A x 2; (Low PL) 100A x 2 + 40A x 2; – Battery Breaker: 125A x 3 (DIN Rail) – Protection: – 01 x AC Surge included – 01 x DC surge included – Alarm relay: 8 positions, 7 positions definable Rectifier module: 4 * DPR 2000 DC Output Voltage: 54Vdc (40~59 Vdc) Local access: NRMS software Optional Web/SNMP for remote monitoring and control ES 48/200-UQB03 + 1.5M Lion rackTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 27
  28. 28. 48 VDC equipment for TC site (3720W) Power System – Three phase / 4 line (3W-N-PE/220V) – Power System with 4 rectifier slots – Distribution: – Load Breaker: (High PL)10A x 2; (Low PL) 100A x 2 + 16A x 4; – Battery Breaker: 125A x 3 (DIN Rail) – Protection: – 01 x AC Surge included – 01 x DC surge included – Alarm relay: 8 positions, 7 positions definable Rectifier module: 4 * DPR 2700 DC Output Voltage: 54Vdc (40~59 Vdc) Local access: NRMS software Optional Web/SNMP for remote monitoring and control ES 48/200-UQB04 + 1.5M Lion rackTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 28
  29. 29. DP 2700 Series Rectifier Features and Benefits -48V/56A, Output; Max. Power 2700W Wide Input Voltage Range (90V~300V) Power Factor Correction (>0.99) Hot-pluggable, All Connectors are at the rear Compact Size ≅ 34W/in3 (48V) Power Density Dimension:42mm/1U(H)*125.5mm/2.8U(W)*268mm(D) Light weight:>2 Kg Horizontal(1U)/Vertical(2U) Models Available High Efficiency: >91% (48V) Fan cooling and Easy replaceable fan design Operation temp.:-5oC~+75oC UL/CUL,TUV/CE CertificatedTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 29
  30. 30. AC Input Characteristic(48V) Wide AC input voltage range with derating below 176 V Maximum input current 19 A Input fuse 25A fast (L and N)Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 30
  31. 31. DC Output Characteristic (48V) Max. Output Power: 2700W(-48V) Constant Power Design Output voltage 40 ... 59.5 Vdc Output fuse 30A x 3 (- pole) 48 56Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 31
  32. 32. Thermal Management (CSU Control) OTP = Over Temperature Protection Ambient temperature sense for thermal management: OTP control is based on internal temperature OTP protection is based on critical internal temperature Power limit Vinrms: 184 Rectifier 2700 restart 2300 Ambient 55 °C 65 °C 75 °CTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 32
  33. 33. Rectifier - Interface Pin Number Signal Description P4 VOP Precharge P5-P7 VO- DC Output “-” P8-P10 VO+ DC Output “+” H1 SGNDO Signal ground I/O Connector H2 RS485+ RS 485 + communication G1 CGND Communication ground Input Signal Output G2 RS485- RS 485 – communication F1 INH Short pin for well connection F2 IDA ID analog E1 IDD ID digital Pin Number Signal Description E2 IBUS Load Sharing Bus P1 AC_L AC main, L terminal P2 AC_N AC main, N terminal P3 FG AC main, frame groundTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 33
  34. 34. Rectifier - Dimension W x H x D=4.9 x 1.6 x 11.7 inch =125.5 x 40.5 x 270 mmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 34
  35. 35. Contents 1 System introduction 2 Quick Installation – parameter setting 3 Controller introduction 4 NRMS software introduction 5 Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6 Q&ATraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 35
  36. 36. Quick installation – system parameter Quick Installation via NRMS software (Step 1: Date & Time setting)Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 36
  37. 37. Quick installation – system parameterQuick Installation via NRMS software (Step 2: Battery capacity setting)For this case, battery capacity is 300AH. Default settingTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 37
  38. 38. Quick installation – system parameter Quick Installation via LCD display (Step 1: Date & Time setting) Step 1-1 Step 1-2 Step 1-3Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 38
  39. 39. Quick installation – system parameter Quick Installation via LCD display (Step 2: Battery capacity setting). For this case, Battery capacity is 300AH Step 2-1 Step 2-2 Step 2-4 Step 2-3Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 39
  40. 40. START - UP PROCEDURE START - UP PROCEDURE: Check-list and inspection before turn-on: Verify all connections prior to starting this section • Ensure the input AC circuit breaker located on the AC service panel is switched to “Off” position • Confirm the operating voltage before proceeding • Ensure the frame ground is properly connected to a permanent earth ground connection • Ensure all the DC circuit breakers in the equipment are switched to the “Off” position • Tighten the DC circuit breaker lugs to ensure proper contact is made with the load cable and the trip sense wire as it may cause heat damageTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 40
  41. 41. START - UP PROCEDURE Turn on the system Step 1 Check all wiring are correct Step 2 Check and confirm the input voltage is correct Step 3 Pull out all the rectifiers from the system Step 4 Switch on the battery breaker(s) Step 5 Check the monitor of display on the controller Step 6 Switch on the AC breaker Step 7 Check the monitor of display on the controller again Step 8 Push one rectifier into the rectifier slot Step 9 Check the system works in normal condition. Step 10 Push all other rectifier(s) into the rectifier slots Step 11 Switch on the load breaker(s) sequentiallyTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 41
  42. 42. START - UP PROCEDURE Simple troubleshooting guide Status Possible causes Action LCD display on the AC utility does not Check the AC utility controller is “OFF” supply to the system Make sure the AC wire is properly connected at the AC input terminal Check the AC breaker position to “ON” position Contact technician if problem still exists All CSU LED are “OFF” AC utility does not Check the AC utility supply to the system Make sure the AC wire is properly connected at the AC input terminal Check the AC breaker position to “ON” position Contact technician if problem still exists Rectifier LEDs are AC utility is not Check the AC utility “OFF” available Make sure the AC wire is properly connected at the AC input Rectifier is not properly terminal placed Check the AC breaker position to “ON” position Pull out the rectifier and insert it properly Contact technician if problem still exists System shows in normal DC breaker is tripped Check the load breaker position to “ON” position operation but no output LVDS2 did not re- Change the breaker if breaker is overloaded in use. to the load connect Check the system output voltage No battery backup when Battery breaker is no Check the battery breaker position to “ON” position and check AC fails connected or the the battery voltage. battery voltage too low Change the battery Battery life reaches endTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 42
  43. 43. Alarm dry contact & SNMP card installation ESAA150 – FTA11 Power ShelfTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 43
  44. 44. Alarm dry contact Alarm dry contactTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 44
  45. 45. Alarm dry contact Type of contact: Dry contact is a contact that is not initially connected to a voltage source. Alarm relay: 8 positions, 7 positions definable 7 positions can be defined by NRMS software Local access: NRMS through mini USB interface. Relay 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 45
  46. 46. Alarm relay define Relay & LED Config Relay 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 46
  47. 47. Config Alarm relay define Alarm relay & LED indicator can be defined Relay & LEDTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 47
  48. 48. SADMIN level Pull down list for alarm relay & LED indicator defineTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 48
  49. 49. Alarm dry contact Using tool to push the button Finish and connect the signal wireTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 49
  50. 50. Alarm dry contact – Default setting Alarm Relay PIN Alarm Setting Alarm Description 1 NO 1 2 COM AC off AC off 3 NC 4 NO 2 5 COM Rectifier failure Any Rectifier Failure 6 NC 7 NC CSU Hardware Failure 3 8 COM CSU Failure (Hardware setting can not defined by yourself) 9 NO 10 NO 4 11 COM LVDS trip Low voltage disconnect 12 NC 13 NO Ambient Temperature 2 Hi (TA2H) 5 14 COM High temperature (Power bay, threshold= 45 ℃) Battery Temperature Hi 15 NC 16 NO 6 17 COM Major Major Alarm 18 NC 19 NO 7 20 COM Minor Minor alarm 21 NC 22 NO N.A 8 23 COM No define 24 NCTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 50
  51. 51. SNMP Card Installation Web Server Function and Feature (Optional) Features: Applied in TCP/IP Internet/Intranet Environment Complete Supervising to Power System User-friendly Graphic Interface Dynamic information presentation Password function Multi Language Support Main Screen Microsoft Explorer and Netscape Support Parameter Setting Status Configuration AlarmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 51
  52. 52. SNMP Card Installation (optional) Step 1: Relax 4 screws of controller 4 2 1 3Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 52
  53. 53. SNMP Card Installation (optional) Step 2: Move out cover and prepare SNMP card kits Controller without SNMP card SNMP card kitsTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 53
  54. 54. SNMP Card Installation (optional) Step 3: Connect signal cables Connect signal cables to SNMP terminal Connect signal cables to CSU Note: follow this picture to connect 2 cables. Web function may not work because of wrong wiring.Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 54
  55. 55. SNMP Card Installation (optional) Step 4: Fix SNMP Card (2 screws) Fix SNMP Card by 2 screws SNMP Card connect portTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 55
  56. 56. SNMP Card Installation (optional) Step 5: Recover CSU cover 4 2 1 3 Fix CSU cover by 4 screws Controller with SNMP cardTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 56
  57. 57. Contents 1 System introduction 2 Quick Installation – parameter setting 3 Controller introduction 4 NRMS software introduction 5 Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6 Q&ATraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 57
  58. 58. Controller – CSU 501+ Reliable and user friendly controller User configurable alarms and settings Programmable DC output voltage Battery temperature compensated float voltage LVD contactor control Battery charging control Automatic battery testing LCD 128 x 64 dots display Entry of alarm and system parameters from PC via mini USB port Internet Web Server Function: By Web Server Software/SNMP via RJ45 (Option) Green Function / Efficiency management Hot plug in designTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 58
  59. 59. Controller CSU 501+ User Interfaces Internet Web Server Function port (optional) Up Major LED Minor LED Down EQU LED Enter ESC 128 x 64 LCD Mini USB (slave) Dots DisplayTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 59
  60. 60. Controller CSU 501+ Function architecture (MainData) Home DCV DCI Sys Status(FL/EQU) Alarm Existing Sys Info Sys Setting Current Alarm Rectifier Battery Event Log Current .setting AC & Temp Data & I.D. Address Batt. String I.D. Alarm Function Time DC Setting ACV Voltage Version Output Current Batt.Status Recover Time Alarm Setting Ambient Temp. Date/Time Status Batt. Current Batt.Setting H/W version Other Setting S/W version * DC/DC Data * Function architecture varies in different systemsTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 60
  61. 61. Controller CSU 501+ Function architecture (MainData) Home DCV DCI Sys Status(FL/EQU) Alarm Existing Sys Info Sys Setting Current Alarm Password DC Setting Alarm Setting Batt. Setting Date Setting Efficn.t Mgt. Generator Temp. Unit DCV setting ACV, Batt. Par. Year/month/ ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF CL setting DCV,LVDS, T-Comp day/time OTP,EQU, BDT Test Comm. Batt.Test. B-EQU Modbus Baudrate Language Password English Alarm Reset New PW Cfm 繁體中文 Reset HVSD PW Default 簡體中文 Reset Com-fail (0000) * Function architecture varies in different systemsTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 61
  62. 62. Controller CSU 501+ Function architecture (MainData) Home DCV DCI Sys Status(FL/EQU) Alarm Existing Sys Info Sys Setting Current Alarm All Alarm Function show on Display Show Real Information and Alarm Time in Event Log * Function architecture varies in different systemsTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 62
  63. 63. Display Menu TreeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 63
  64. 64. Display Menu TreeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 64
  65. 65. Display Menu TreeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 65
  66. 66. Display Menu TreeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 66
  67. 67. Display Menu TreeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 67
  68. 68. Display Menu TreeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 68
  69. 69. Contents 1 System introduction 2 Quick Installation – parameter setting 3 Controller introduction 4 NRMS software introduction 5 Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6 Q&ATraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 69
  70. 70. NRMS software introduction Mini U SB Local AccessTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 70
  71. 71. Mini USB The files is **.EXE files, So just double clock it Local AccessTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 71
  72. 72. NRMS H/W Tools 1. H/W Mini USB Cable 2. Delta NRMS software 3. Computer with USB port Mini USB CableTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 72
  73. 73. User level login The port must be match your PC/LaptopTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 73
  74. 74. User level login – Find the comm Port in your computer Click to Device ManagerTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 74
  75. 75. User level login – Find the comm Port in your computer Click to Ports (COM & LPT)Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 75
  76. 76. User level login Push this button to connect to systemTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 76
  77. 77. User level NRMS Version CSU System data DC O/P voltage Ambient Temp. Load current Total current (load + battery) Buzzer stop AC voltage (Phase1) Manual battery Test AC voltage (Phase 2) Manual EQU AC voltage (phase 3) Software Version Firmware Version System status Login level System voltage RMS software status System timeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 77
  78. 78. User level Max. No. of No. of No. of No. of rectifier Clear rectifier slot rectifier rectifier rectifier communication communication in system failure working turned Off error error Rectifier Rectifiers statusTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 78
  79. 79. User level BatteryTotal Batt. current(+: charge)(-: discharge) Batt. 1 Temp.Batt. capacity Batt. 2 Temp. Batt. 1 current Batt. 3 Temp. Batt. 2 current Batt. 3 current Batt. middle point Vol 1 Batt. middle Point Vol 2 Batt. middle point Vol 3 Batt. middle Point Vol 4Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 79
  80. 80. Parameter User level System AC High DCV high setting point AC Low DCV low setting point Energy Saving Pre DCV low setting point SMR Max. Current HV shutdown setting point LVDS1 trip point LVDS2 trip point Time Setting LVDS3 trip point Manual LVDS1 Trip Float voltage Manual LVDS2 Trip EQU voltage Ambient temp. high Ambient temp. low High temp. shutdown Alarm when current over Low temp. shutdown 80% of rectifier capacityTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 80
  81. 81. Delta Power System LVDS Behavior Power System Battery Power System Battery Rectifier Battery Volt Battery Volt Volt (54V) (54V) (54V) Energy Energy Energy Energy BLVD BLVD Battery Low Battery Low Voltage Rectifier Voltage Disconnect Volt (0V) Disconnect Current Current BLVD Sensor Sensor Close BLVD Close LVDS2 LVDS2 Close Close PL NPL PL NPL Output (Load) Output (Load) Normal (AC) Discharge (AC break off)Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 81
  82. 82. Delta Power System LVDS Behavior Power System Battery Power System Battery Energy Energy Battery Volt Energy Energy (46V) Battery Volt BLVD BLVD (42V) Battery Low Battery Low Rectifier Voltage Rectifier Voltage Volt (0V) Disconnect Volt (0V) Disconnect BLVD BLVD Trip (42V) Close LVDS2 Trip (46V) LVDS2 Open X X X PL NPL PL NPL Output (Load) Output (Load) Discharge (LVDS2 Trip) Discharge (BLVD Trip)Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 82
  83. 83. Delta Power System LVDS Behavior Power System Battery Power System Battery Energy Energy Energy Energy Rectifier Battery Volt Rectifier Battery Volt Volt (45V) (45V) Volt (49V) (49V) BLVD BLVD Auto recover Close (42V + 3V=45V) LVDS2 LVDS2 Auto Open recover (46V + X 3V=49V) PL NPL PL NPL Output (Load) Output (Load) Battery recharge Battery recharge (BLVD Recover) (LVDS2 Recover)Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 83
  84. 84. Parameter User level Battery Battery capacity Batt. Test Function Batt. Temp. High ALM Test Time Batt. Middle point Test Criterion Discharge current for test SMR max. current limit Charge Management Batt. Periodic Test Function Charge CL 1 Charge CL -2 Test Periodic Charge CL -3 Which day do the test What time do the test Last batt. Test Time Next batt. Test TimeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 84
  85. 85. Concept of Battery Charge Current Limit Battery Capacity x Charge rate = Charger Current In this case, battery capacity is 300Ah, so: 300Ah x 0.2C = 60A (battery charge current) 300Ah x 0.1C = 30A (battery charge current) EqulizeVoltage Charge Voltage and Charge Current Float Voltage Deeply Discharge Voltage Battery current Stage - 1 Current Limit Stage - 2 Current Limit Stage - 3 Current Limit 0V / 0A EQU stop current TimeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 85
  86. 86. Parameter User level Temp. Compensation Temp. Compensation Coefficient (per cell) of Function Temp. Compensation Compensation Mode Max. Range of Compensation Center of temp. System volt of T0 System volt of T1 System volt of T2 System volt of T3Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 86
  87. 87. Parameter User level EQU Equalize charge Batt. remaining capacity EQU Max. Time System voltage Additional EQU Time AC fail time Criterion for stop EQU Discharge CurrentPeriodic EQU Function Criteria for enforce EQU Periodic Which day enforce What time enforce Last EQU Time Next EQU TimeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 87
  88. 88. Parameter User level Alarm Mask Rectifier current limit TB sensor fail alarm One rectifier fail Battery temp. highMore than 1 rectifier fail Battery fuse fail Major alarm Battery discharge Minor alarm Battery breaker trip Load breaker trip Middle test failHigh priority breaker trip Battery test failLow priority breaker trip Rect. Over capacity DCV high alarm Load fuse fail DCV low alarm Load rail alarm LVDS 2 trip LVDS trip alarm GMT fuse fail TA high alarm TA low alarm TA sensor fail alarm ACV high alarm ACV low alarm AC breaker trip AC phase lost alarmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 88
  89. 89. Parameter User level WEB IP Address Subnet Mask GatewayTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 89
  90. 90. Parameter User level CCU Fan 1 start point Fan 2 start point Fan 1 stop point Fan 2 stop point Duty for fan 1 full speed Duty for fan 2 full speed Fan 1 full speed point Fan 2 full speed point Start point for heater Push this button then fan 2 run from low speed to full speed Push this button then fan 2 run full speedTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 90
  91. 91. Alarm User level system Alarm light with alarmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 91
  92. 92. Alarm User level CCU Alarm light w/o alarmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 92
  93. 93. Event User level Record items Right now Clear all Event log Event log list Down load Event logTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 93
  94. 94. Setting User level Modem configure Change permission Change password Logout (return to user level)Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 94
  95. 95. SADMIN level login 1 2 3 4 Password: 8888Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 95
  96. 96. SADMIN level login 5Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 96
  97. 97. SADMIN level NRMS Version CSU System data DC O/P voltage Ambient Temp. Load current Total current (load + battery) Buzzer stop AC voltage (Phase1) Manual battery Test AC voltage (Phase 2) Manual EQU AC voltage (phase 3) Software Version Firmware Version System status Login level System voltage RMS software status System timeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 97
  98. 98. SADMIN level Max. No. of No. of No. of No. of rectifier Clear rectifier slot rectifier rectifier rectifier communication communication in system failure working turned Off error error Rectifier Manual on/off rectifier Rectifiers statusTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 98
  99. 99. SADMIN level BatteryTotal Batt. current(+: charge)(-: discharge) Batt. 1 Temp.Batt. capacity Batt. 2 Temp. Batt. 1 current Batt. 3 Temp. Batt. 2 current Batt. 3 current Batt. middle point Vol 1 Batt. middle Point Vol 2 Batt. middle point Vol 3 Batt. middle Point Vol 4Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 99
  100. 100. Parameter SADMIN level System AC High DCV high setting point AC Low DCV low setting point Energy Saving Pre DCV low setting point SMR Max. Current HV shutdown setting point LVDS1 trip point LVDS2 trip point Time Setting LVDS3 trip point Manual LVDS1 Trip Float voltage Manual LVDS2 Trip EQU voltage Ambient temp. high Ambient temp. low High temp. shutdown Alarm when current over Low temp. shutdown 80% of rectifier capacityTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 100
  101. 101. Parameter SADMIN level Battery Battery capacity Batt. Test Function Batt. Temp. High ALM Test Time Batt. Middle point Test Criterion Discharge current for test (SMR model selection ) SMR max. current limit Charge Management Batt. Periodic Test Function Charge CL 1 Charge CL -2 Test Periodic Charge CL -3 Which day do the test What time do the test Last batt. Test Time Next batt. Test TimeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 101
  102. 102. Parameter SADMIN level Temp. Compensation Temp. Compensation Coefficient (per cell) of Function Temp. Compensation Compensation Mode Max. Range of Compensation Center of temp. System volt of T0 System volt of T1 System volt of T2 System volt of T3Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 102
  103. 103. Parameter SADMIN level EQU Equalize charge Batt. remaining capacity EQU Max. Time System voltage Additional EQU Time AC fail time Criterion for stop EQU Discharge CurrentPeriodic EQU Function Criteria for enforce EQU Periodic Which day enforce What time enforce Last EQU Time Next EQU TimeTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 103
  104. 104. Parameter SADMIN level Alarm Mask System Rectifier current limit TB sensor fail alarm One rectifier fail Battery temp. highMore than 1 rectifier fail Battery fuse fail Major alarm Battery discharge Minor alarm Battery breaker trip Load breaker trip Middle test failHigh priority breaker trip Battery test failLow priority breaker trip Rect. Over capacity Load fuse fail DCV high alarm DCV low alarm Load rail alarm LVDS 2 trip LVDS trip alarm GMT fuse fail TA high alarm TA low alarm TA sensor fail alarm ACV high alarm ACV low alarm AC breaker trip AC phase lost alarmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 104
  105. 105. Parameter SADMIN level Alarm Mask CCU Fan 1 fail Door open Fan 2 fail Fan 1 disconnect Heater fail Fan 2 disconnect Smoke alarm Heater disconnect Humidity alarm TA 2 sensor fail Water level alarmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 105
  106. 106. Parameter SADMIN level WEB IP Address Subnet Mask GatewayTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 106
  107. 107. Parameter SADMIN level CCU Fan 1 start point Fan 2 start point Fan 1 stop point Fan 2 stop point Duty for fan 1 full speed Duty for fan 2 full speed Fan 1 full speed point Fan 2 full speed point Start point for heater Push this button then fan 2 run from low speed to full speed Push this button then fan 2 run full speedTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 107
  108. 108. Alarm SADMIN level system Alarm light with alarmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 108
  109. 109. Alarm SADMIN level CCU Alarm light w/o alarmTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 109
  110. 110. Event SADMIN level Record items Right now Clear all Event log Event log list Down load Event logTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 110
  111. 111. Config SADMIN level Alarm level can be defined Alarm level System DCV high High priority load DCV low Low priority load DCV low 2 Load breaker trip HV shutdown Load fuse fail LVDS trip Load rail fail TA high One rectifier fail TA low > 1 rectifier fail HT shutdown Rect. over capacity LT shutdown ACV high ACV low TA sensor fail AC fail AC breaker tripRectifier current limit AC phase lost GMT fuse fail TB sensor fail TB high Battery fuse fail Battery middle test fail Battery discharge Battery test fail Battery breaker tripTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 111
  112. 112. Config SADMIN level Alarm level can be defined Alarm level CCU Fan 1 fail Door open alarm Fan 2 fail Fan 1 disconnect Heater fail Fan 2 disconnect Smoke alarm Heater disconnect Humidity alarm TA 2 sensor fail Water level alarm Digital input Digital input Digital inputTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 112
  113. 113. SADMIN level Relay & LED Config Alarm relay define Relay 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1Training material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 113
  114. 114. Config SADMIN level Alarm relay & LED indicator can be defined Relay & LEDTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 114
  115. 115. SADMIN level Pull down list for alarm relay & LED indicator defineTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 115
  116. 116. Config SADMIN level Rectifier model Rectifier type 1 Rectifier type 2 Rectifier model definingTraining material for VMS-NSN project / Jul. 2011 Delta Confidential 116

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